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SEDAL1A TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1878. Albert Gardner in Julr. of $35,000. T A Pharles Beresford a friend of Michigan, scandal overshadows Hie.lceIino.it renttfinc-on .nn..g- Lord paries Berwrorrt firooklvna. nod one may imagine the ' out the country, but in the large cil.es lbert JVL, tor "of Plymouth murmuring. "For w much more marked than in others. fWi!h Mr.. Samuel Mother of the ardnerin Julr. She has an income wr oiy b Sedalin Wotod Jamea Boya-Sne Has tnu rciier, raucn uimu, turo bill introduced in the House providing a keen observer, me ,act uai a ..... . . , g m ;. I in.u "- . - . .ln,wul wl nilr i'iiilll)lltilillllti(r tier kcd reluct ion in rem-, """""'i : - Th killing of a woman in a Woon socket variety show in an exhibition of Tn.rtcmanshinhas led to the presenta tion of bills in seven Legislatures for- Kaaintr similar performances. In 'Bereral cases the proposed law include? j all dangerous feats, such as tbe use oi xi - . a utr'ut rone : but me irjec uu i..- ( 1 generally shooting and knife throw are put under the ban The autorwv ot the body of Sam Steeubergh. the negro murderer, bung Uj, v.A S Y.. on Good Friday, . HI - I - IJ iiviiw. . - I ... . II I ... f -i i ti,t lolv of the cere-..., chinnm! to hurone as a irecs in iuii un. MIUCU Ml-l. ww ,MUI?w9 , - - . . ,!...., I., nleniv. urawmwuvuiivi- Kent are to-day higher in aedaiia thaii in St. Louis or Chicago. Men in the East and in the large cities ot the West havo nhandoncd the idea A TICKS r SCALPER'S MIS- ropular interest in the Paris fair Mr. Beecher will a right on with iw.tiirin Mm Tilton cotifccnce wms iust now to be revolving - . 1 at I l. :.-!,... I tint Mr. IVHH!lier. . .. ... iior tho frmnd central question wneuwr iua uc .jim,...., ... --- -- Imt UCV n,U)Si. gei ieu j.. .... ,. lut n .... I I .... MninNA wrluln 500 ft . i-.i 1 ;.!. Koh-i-Xoor will stolen. ,IM annum 0111 01 meir -..v. a, - 1 . - I nigui is vo iin iimi I men!, besides taxes, insurance, uu, The House-Coraroitteo on Acncul- . ... .'... i.. ,i...v iill climr to it here. ,1 tn WtKrt favorably on ttie St. liOiiw jmmuu ; iw...s . - ag." - ..v Ahntit Map Son. nd HOW ft KKXJ 1AU19 r Alien Pinkarton. 1 Fell Victim to om of Piiicker- ton'a Pretty Pets. CatarrH h niltlCIMl TUTIMMY. )Yot PkwMtt. 12Ytrnft IMiihidelphia 1 the year ji rhat we were been such :i marki that Trioi PaMtiMailaiim Par ky SEDAL1A WEEKLY BAZOO 1 Harm Cilr Jot i nun I, April "iS wh!.r;uu,ri.ca,,,;r ,-0. umwvs miku cire. .Innies. or. as she is better known, are. :w a geuvrai wmiB, Ky....w.Uv.. Mrs. Samuels, mother ot the noted James Imvs. Going to where she sat, $1.00 i - I 11.1 ;., lit iviiiiHr Hill r. luiitAr nriiVllOII 01 CHIUU IU un"- uiuni o n rut on f The bill requires that t- our shoulders to read what wc were heeu sucn u u arweu 7 '" ..pon her onal appearance, how portation. 1 lie n u require ,llllriIll? thuiab m that city as t a-tonin real 1 , , akwl ..lf tie shall be led at least once in e,er? wnuug ..smi. :i'eiit and cause pnrtyhold- r w l)4,vs Were r 4aw r - -w . twentv-four hours. announcement that young onions nre, I.. ft.A tiifirlrtf. . 1 111 . II w -- 1 : .. M lint 1 . 1 : i viiir i iiir,rin!iiiu v i . America i " I . .... ....' . ... f.i. lUt of exoort. and the latest addition This is the way tno Y icium i,n , lwnicky f tln lianl unu im wo hmit a vear aco some puts 11 : 1110 si.ii - janems esumau- m-. - 1 ( ers to figure oven mure clo?el uum Ik'tiritiir in tnc than most The They are smiling. The goose altitudilum. brum flammat brain mation. the upper pan 01 me uia.u, or juore ...tin.KP.1 bv some men to be the seat ,ast weck 256 were sent "t'i .... 1 . . . ... , t of the moral ami intellectual faculties. iargely used in the liriiisii mn, The orieinal seal with which Frcsi- was so small as to amount to almost a,anJ ; Qf War, John iuii wm oc , Washington authenticated his deformity. carricl to victory or aeieau -"- . . . t :a ,t n raw i'"""' The late iora icurim uu in for popularity. A few years ago he advertised for some one to fill up the vacancy in his Donegal agency. Three hundred applicants wrote to him, and in answer to one of them he said that he wished to appoint a military Garden sass get- . iM.on :lt least twenty-five pe ehesl ivv..lliii. hou llironihout " n were fastened togemer iroiu 5I0Culation , aim since men ih ,..v...... - ....i.n.wii V ir i..Tt ov . . r .i. v 1 . . -. j i.:i. rn lb.Mtmin. W heat almost I 1,.,..,. 1i,h.h n R.ete.1 to that ex- i,,a..,l the covering u. lbeea a stly .ucreasj .u ...B... - - - ,..."-". - . , . I ,va5airee.eJI-y chrome ...flam- freely a week pacing .t..ot By " . V"" V, ,,,,.1 lr"1 '""!.: ,,rV. rii 7.1 a i - a in i .1 wm v miivrv iiriiiiii . .111.1 . i i. 1111 iii.iiiii iitti , IWI 0 4 A ' 1 w - - ... J ' i arvcena wrrx a n rri kk sin : m navTw i and honest: but sometimes there are jy. ynetMnt nwdieine iertkirt7ycan.aBdtaT t . nrn nTifini -nin those who 'win their way into business JWtMB) CHEAPEST AKD BEST PAP that are far from being either one or JffASSSSS UDIUJaUl UUUX ax . IX During the thirty-six years of its existence the income tax has brought into the coffers of Great Britain and Ireland the sum of 265.000,000, or 81,325.000,000 in gold. The highest rateIs. 4d. on the pound was in 1856-7, the years following the Crim ean war. The lowest, in 1875, was 2d. while the present tax. including the increase from the "six million" vote is only od (about 2 per cent.) on incomes over 150. .wu- - O private and state papers is ssid by a I . mr mm. writer in .he EiUtcaUonal Weekly to ne I . I - ;.. I i t r. !.. .1..1 WT'iclll lirr. Ti,n cnarA nimut the aenciency in owned nv ir. wuan.. o the su-ar crop of Cuba seems to have ton, ot Watseka, 111. It is supposed been unfounded. At first it was to be the seal impressed upon the thought tnat it would amount to fifty death warrant of Major Andre, per cVnt, but the receipts since the ht)hhy of open. first ot January show a deficiency ot ,r:mou of the armv to gentleman used to shooting natives m j oniy one-third compared with the same enlistments was summarily Australia and New Zealand, as he j rioA last year, while the plantations This looks as if the man and wanted a wnoiesome lessuu gi w are oversiocKt-u b brother crare had about exhausted li the tenants on his estate, transportation. Ihe result win naiur- vnereare neirro rejrinients in ally be a reduction of market prices but Con. winch were ranging high m view of nQt ready to demoralize the expected scarcity. the army by pushing them into the The tnuTsitTof the planet Mercury raiments- across the sun's disc will begin on the The jjew york Clipper thinks it 6th of May at about 10:04 a. ra. about time to get up auothtr Quaker Washington time, and 8:&5 Sedalia I wintmv,un to go out aud treat with mi 1 a. V.m lio I mt . . 1 - 1.. K jtime. ine pianei i" the Indians. ine apainy on uum sun's disc at about t:6i p. m. vt asn- g.jleg jetrimental to the Indians, ington time and 4:25 Sedalia time. aent3 and aU parties concerned. The transit will not be visible to the Jj - nothjnir that will bring niat- naked eye, though it may be observed teRj tQ a crHIS quicker than a Quaker through a good field glass, it some k tv This did not use to be the owner of an ordinary astronomical "when Wra. Penn run things. telescope would set his instrument up . in our streets that day he would have Alfred Jones, a jew, is on trial at a Cood run of custom. Newark, Ohio, for the murder of his b a a ilmmliter. He save himself up, after house ,l. -f.,1 iWil nnd is CUlUIUlLl.1.1 me .. , the sutfered much more than this lnueeu. twice as much for desirable whole sale business places are renting this month for fifty per cent, less than in April, 1877. HEIRS TO TWENTY MILLIONS Of course 1 do, replied 31rs. James. Are they in this State?" "No i tideid they are not, nor are thev in the United States." It was thought about four months j ago they were iu this city." "Ves, I know it was. and detectives were, watchiiii our house." I.- it so that they were here then ?n Not much, my boys arc too tharp for that." Where are the boys now ?" Mrs. James looked "at the reporter and with a smile replied, "Do you siimiKSC I am oiiijr to tell ? But one thing I will tell you, they are not m ibis country." What arc thev doing where they the other. The police, who arc ever "J.Tt ....t..Krnl f.tr tlio filllllK Wlture StrUCK I UlW rafflMUiimmMwioiiii WatColUl tor Hie uuuiu. wciiari., aiuv, i aitvcUoo to tba lttur.ua m hpty ir tT ., trik" nn a niee voumr man from vsJm'l-Jtyj.KVJy!A Pittsburg, last Monday night, which cast a cloud of sorrow upon a horizon of bliss, so far as Henry T. lyd was concerned. About two weeks aco letters were w 4 t received, which were promptly fol- CCKK U ecrtatnlv bappy comMnatloa for tk car of Out bom tmplcuaat ol dMgwoaa of Toar. ipr tfaily. t.w:GKAT.M.T . Cf Dr.D.r.Orrson.pimicUi m4 DrawUU. MncUae, laws. UrCATOT.Io.Srclir..UT:. TberlaeorthUrme(lyBtBotbmr!ook4 ueearaoriBto CENTRAL MISSOUBI. 0XLY $1.00 PER A5HU1L pos- Tho Fortune that is Said to have Fal en to Three Brothers Named Weutfortb. An agrarian offence of a novel char acter has, it is alleged, been commit ted by a man named Hyfle, now in the county jail at Limerick, Ireland. Hyfle, it seems, rented some orchards at Adare, but he was, for some reason, evicted by the owners, to whom his tenancy did not give satisfaction. It was subsequently discovered that all, or nearly all, the fruit trees had failed; and the prosecutors allege that the prisoner, with an auger, bored a hole Bronchial Tube a aevrre Cafte a conumo or are .1... - V...I.- Jim pur a long i"o past a tradition has lieen cherished ;n the families of three brothers named Weutforih, living in v. .T..r.v. that tlieir maternal u'ranutaiher, some lime almut the year 1815, preempted the land on "which the city of Little Rock, Ark., stands. About twenty years ago a suit was begun for this land by an heir belonging to another branch of the family, but the three brother were not sanguine as to its success, and refused to allow themselves to be tnvl heavily to carrv it on. When, 111 vi;tr Klias Weutfortb of iiir"w;v.i j Klittbatliport, one of the brothers, wasollered S5U0 for his claim, he re fined, saving that if it was worth any- thin'' it was worth more than that "Thev are both in a legitimate busi ness ami doing well, CJod bless them." D you receive letters from them?" No, indeed, they are not such big fools. If it wa thought l.got letters from them the mails would all be in-nected." 'Tlion how do vou know where they are?" We have got more friend?, true friends, than eople have any idea of, aud through them I hear from the bovs regularly." Both the Iwys were married were thev not ?" "Yes. Frank has been married three vears longer than Jese. They Iwlli have their wives with them, and the family has increased. Do they intend to ever come back to this country?" Yes, but not to live. They said when thev went away that they were I... ...Mimiini. The fact will be dcraet o aent that within Ave year ocr TO dllerent remedies for Catarrh haTe been placed on afle. and to-day. with one or two eteept!ona.U-lr names cannot be recalled by the beat lnformed Idracslat. AdTertUlng-may raceeed la forctn a .few aalea. bot.nlea the remedy poasrM undubte;l pec) medical prorxrtlee.lt ft absolutely ccttala U laU lata swriUilolrtcunty. iehpaekacer 8AN?ORDS TIADICAl. CCRK eonulna Iir. Banfora-a improvru inuairo io-. Uh full dlractlona for Ita ne tn all caata. ITlc; I SIM. Sold by all wholesale and retail drucH lata and dealers throofhout thn Unttrd ftat- andCanad'a. , WEEKS POTTEIt.G'neral AgeaU and Whola al Onurgteu. Boton. !- BB 1 tiointr to siav. a ...... ...... ..... ..r.ii.r ... liii'ii. ...! 1 'l'...!.,v v.r sin-lit lV "if a w-i w.i.vw. ... .tl(Mli:iv illll - - - 1 . - the heir who has bt-en ciirrying on the again . m " h in informiim the Weiitworths "I o ; they promised me when U e te of Lhtle Rock was theirs they left, tl,:t ... live y.-nw from that l?..;t...l States Uourts Having ai ; I in each of the trees and destroyed their vitality by introducing a quanti ty of vitriol into their trunks. Says the New York Sun : There are Democratic Congressmen not many we hope who are the victims of a curious infirmity. Ordinarily their sense of hearing is so acute that they can detect even the slight noise made by a patronage-hungry colleague's finger as it inserts itself in the House Doorkeeper's buttonhole Tho sub-committee of the committee on Indian anairs, oi muu makinff a defense, upon Morgan is chairman, has reported to Kroun(ls 0f scriptural injunction. He the full committee the bill to create that daughter was given to the territory of Oklahoma. The adutery, and according to the Old whole committee has devoted one Testament, and the teachings of Mar- meeting to the bill and a lively dis- tin iher, it was his duty to put her cussion was the only result. Morgan tQ death report the committee on the subject this session at least. last rendered a decision in tlieir favor. The property thus acquired i var ionslv valued at from Si 0,000,000 to S20.000.000. There are ten heirs. Elias Weutlorth is a spile driver, and is now working at Notlh river end of Fifiy ninth street on a contract with M G. Brown with Win. II. Vauder bilt. Another brother is a keeper of the draw of the Raratin bridge at Perth Amhov. eithcr brother lscn tirelv dependent on his occupation, .Hid Elias Weutfortb owns several houses in Elizaliethport. Owing to ho is well known an along the river front, nnd his good for i U.X..1 Z.C 1..11 will onran !aVS It IS UOUOIIUI ll IUC uiii. nui wmv - i 1 f S4jS 11 15 uuuuiiu TJ .nkrw.rt riunn tflO wheels Of out of the meeting with a favorable ir:" - A like bill is locked up in carriages are oecoming 4"' . r ,l (W nf these vehicles terntones,and from - mlrht tlIIie ?a 0t the ciue of envy, even to present indications will not come out auenuy g.u.uB - lhnM who telicve in it. The heirs of of tkat committee. So it is hkely night has a very weird effect and if - - 1 . . 1 aHiliM .itlinAF GnnM - . .alv Jmn1 that there will be no legislation on eon rlV. reil, Hie wnoie aiiait ...... - . bly ghost-like. People who ao noi A Boss's Composition on Girls. Girls is the only folks that has their Saturday there was an advance in iear remarkably well ought also to .. wv cvcrvtime . Girls is of several fivo cpnts But when an American Common- 'uewwBu ------ wealth, one "of the Old Thirteen, knocks at the door, and in the name rates on fourth-class freight from Kan- be incased in indiaubber, to di- tbousaml kind's, and sometimes one girl r:.. c.uinnnn nnd St. TjOiiis. i. a nf?wt nf lwinir run over. lu lik several thousaiiu oilier gin? v 1 l v w vuit1' " ' - 1 iiiiiiimi niw .mwww ww.-.p, . - .... . if she wauts to lo any ining. lowed bv telegrams and pictures, stat ing that II. T Loyd'and Mrs. Wells, wile of G. B. Wells, wholesale mer kImiiL of PitLsburir. had been traced to Kansas City. As no particular charges was made against any one. aud no crime alleged, no notice was taken of the dispatches or the letters. Last Sunday, however, there arrived a sedate, grav haired gent from Pitts burg, who made it his business to visit the ticket brokers' offices in this city. He went to the Chief of Police, but made his business known to none un til he had worked up his case. He found that H. T. Loyd alias Henry Welsh, had been in this city, and hail transferred a number of bogus tickets on the P. C. it S. L.. P. & C, and the P. R R. to parties here, and that he had gone to Olathe. Ks., on a visit, leaving his pretended wife, Mrs. Wells, at a first class, private boarding house. Un Jiont'ay evening, on me arrival of the Fort Scott train, a gay and dashing lady met a well dre?ed little swell at the Union Depot. The meeting was cordial and frank, and iust us the swell went through the main entrence to secie nacKs me om man above mentioned stopped him ami drew him aside to Cosby's counter, where several paners of a serious char acter were produced. There was no scene 110 excitement whatever. A reporter and two or three persons ac cidentally present wen; the only wit nesses to the arrest. The party with drew to the dining parlors, where a consultation was had. and the un happy trio took the North Missouri train for the East. Lyd was ar rrctod unon two charges, the principal onebHiigthe forgery of New York ( iftS. and Philadelphia liekets to Colorado 'Je-tS'V and California. 1 he other wasauuiien and desertion of his wife. He went East without objection. Postage free to any office in lV-ttis Countv. SYMPATHETIC DISEASES. Subscribers who take thciT of th Ere. Ear. Throat. Lna aad , . f ,w(.l8..no ntuiilo rf which In uianyesva accompany WillJUl iwonnmw vwi if'KIir.JtVli Pettis County, will remit 20 ffl cents extra for postage, which Caanol be reaaonably ejrK-cted. . . , , . It la but three year alucu SAKFOnT"S TtADT. . . , . ,1 nftii.f nf nilhlii.'l- CALCCKE waa plae-d beforeth-: puMlcl-ui In IS pUKl at 1110 OinCC OI IHlOllwil- thatahort time It haa found Ita wayfroi:; Malna i , i California, and la cTerywhrre acknowieugea or :..n dronKUaadphTslelanatu be the raoat aeeaafnl LlOU. Bwparatloo for the thorough trratmrnt of Catarrh. 11 HI COLUMS' VOLTAIC PLASTER IS SIMPLY WONDERFUL Knreyrox. Mncsl Aprlta).lST7. i I ecnatder CLU VoltaIO rtaaTBBliie bet platter lever aw. aud mm recoau.ealuc tbcatw ail. CMcMotwir. Rom! in vour names and f monev. Xo name put upon the sub scription book unless nccom 'ianiiMl with the cash. Aib I ress remit tances or com munieations to J. WEST GOODWIN, SEDALIA, MO. Hrxv. I li I ... than all other medicine. Ita Anrtl M-1377. It haadone my ly more good bow coea to acbooi. lor uo vw in three yeara. uza Jase Drmiu. EiUf.Ui-. April 1377. Illkathe one lot well. They re the best plwtcra. no doubt, talba world. 8.1McGili March 21. iT.. t Accept my thanks for tha wood di-rtTeilfromthetwoCoL-ii s rLaaTXaa ent me iom Umeaaro. W.C.Moosx. NUIIS' VIITMC PLASTER laaa. waaKneaa. of tte lMaa..Uver. ninie alter me. I)-i vou think thev will.' "IVhkI- itt I hitiic it. It i:- only four vears more, and I live in luies that 1 mav Ik; sjiaretl to once more j si. nn- dear hovs : Frank is 35 years i a V t Itam lllai . old :tnl ue never iu ms .a ...... , Fe.r,n,i :ecr ...... u.... . . skivs no bad trace .liriler in the ?ytein. lafita aad abroba. Madder, heart, and aoa- aoctora un bczw Irloe. a8 oente. Gii is i Jesc thinks too much ol Ins mottieri to tell her a falsehood. "Then in tour years you will not be in this country ?" No; it G.hI spares my life that lung I shall have the farm sold, and be with my linys." "How "much will vou get for your farm? " nnn I have heen offered SG.OOO and will sell it for that if I can't get any more." "Aren't you afraid when you start some one will follow you, and find out vlirrf tin. huvs are? itli vour right arm oil voueuold easily he idcuti tied." "Yes. I know, those who have seen me once will know me, hut when I go mm- I will have :t cork arm, aud An Antidoto I which will cure every variety of Ague, ha hcen Hcoverwl !y :iis of America': reatest cheiiiwfci. Thi rf paratimi or rincip!c is known by the name of Clifton! s Febrifiise. Kom;: entirely lree Irom ineral or other ile!eN'ri iraterial, it accoiuilwhw it? work without Iwing in the eat harmlul to the j-y-sleiu. fcuteruiK the blood it disinfect.- and eliminates all tl.e poisonous miasm or malaria, and thus ac complished a urv cjire. J. C. RicirARWOS, l'rop r. For i!eJy all drnsrui!!. Loui T.i c; ..n,i ... l .1.,,. . n iii-i. ii'itui nmi riuMi iunnie win iiul icuul: l. .1.- i.T I mow many i isuieoauum: - miikc one w:iy, .um un- ...w .... ...... i - i - per iuu pounu,. tuC -J- it' lf : thre0 directions? 'cats. If you ruh em the right way of i mze me." being thirteen cents instead oi seven . . . . ,,, lrr and lo()k sweel at ... - - - , cenU, the Jbrmer rate, and St. Lous .ncreccu. ...u.u,... .v. . ll0 mands their help in recovering a stolen Government and avenging a violated Constitution, these Congress men they suddenly become as deaf as bo many posts. We do not anticipate, however, that their constituents will have any difficulty in making themselves per- fectlv audible to these Misrepresenta- tives at the next elections. n I- e.:ii woe Canon City, west of Fueulo. ilie . jet ., riri Jiave ier own i w , n where the two roads have wavghes nice and sweet; but just enw ntes o.. .Oo- bad a conflict, is south of Pueblo cago by five cent, per 100 pounds It bad , : intnri iaaH otittinriiv TMsir pvPrv- I IS CliltClA UIJ JiWVU M , wa -J J . t a, LnaMMnniAita nmntirv Itlinir is not very huiuiuuwuo i , . , , i. .S L,u.MW.fiBh. south of Trinidad and just across the v,niwagoruau,uuu ...... w.uJ.wfo... , The latest from the seat of war, which is dated London, this morning, at G o'clock, is as follows: Reports were current last night that England had airreed to withdraw her fleet to Besika bay if Russia would withdraw i her army to Adrianople, but that the former's action was aot to be simulta neous with the retirement of the Rus sian array, but to follow it. These reports may have some truth in them, inasmuch as Germany has been en gaged in negotiating for such agree ment between England and Russia, but it is undoubtedly at least prema ture to say that all conditions of the reported withdrawals have been satis factorily settled. The opiuion gains ground here that there will be no war between England and Russia. In spite of all warlike rumors it would seem impossible that England can in tend war. If it comes, however, it is believed that it will be brought about within the next month or prob ably before the reassembling of par liament. We are daily informed by prominent members of conservative clubs and by other leading- politicians that the English government consider war inevitable during the next few months and that their only desire is to get everything ready for a powerful offensive movement against Russia without precipitating tbe conflict at once. Every day of delay sees Rus sia more embarrassed, while England, is steadily adding to her strength. On the other hand the Liberals insist that (here has not yet been shown any good reason for war and therefore that the government will not dare to bring it on. It may be taken for granted that the truth between these two -views is that while the government hope to avoid war they are not at all certain that it can be long avoided, .and preparations for it therefore con tinue. The probabilities are so evenly balanced that a very slight cause may determine the question either way. . t i: .u- Raton Mountains. ine amoncst tnemseives reguruwg wc . Kansas City business This advance f iu rates was first made by Chicago h also to be extended north to Denver roads, and it is evident that they are Is it true that the road u going in growing rather sick of this cutting of three directions ? rates, as the St. Louis roads have met The onjy SUCCeSsful way to keep every cut and have shown the former naDituai criminals out of mischief. fnr nrm nnlirolV Well . m . w... ... ... -"- - I "Xo sir, it is not, when the weather is the lean bit cloudy, it pains me terrihlv. and then comes back the recollections of that horrible night, the terrible murder of mv poor, innocent little Archie, by Pinkerton's men, who came in the night, and like cowards IMie knows its so 5 threw a hand granaue in 111c uiuuow which cxphxled. killing my poor lit tle boy, only eight years oui. 11 was innocent, so iood, so lovin; and kind, such a sweet and loving disnosition. Oh! it was the mo? awful, awful, thins that ever hair- , ! netied, and when they hail munlere. her ami she'll spit at you worse nor a cat. Girls is also like mules. It q girl don't want to believe any thing you pan't make her. Irshe knows its so she won't sav so. Brother George says he doesn't like big girlV, but he doe like little ones, ami when I saw him a ki.-sing Jennie .Jones last Sunday, and toid him of what he'd said, he said he was a biting her, 'cause he didn't like her. I think he hurt her, ior she hol lowed and run, ami there was a big red not all over both of her two checks. 1 This is all I know about girl, and 1 r 1 . father sivs tlic lew 1 Know auuui uieiu the better off I am. that they cannot run things all their wnen moderate punishment will not own way and in the sole interest ol reform them, is lone terms of impris Chicago, St. Louis being determined onment. This is the method adopted to obtain her own share of the busi- ny jurfge Gildersleeve of the criminal ness. " court of New York. Lately a burclar In referrhigtothe late decision of who had only a short time ago, ended the State Supreme Court upon the a terra in the penitentiary for his township bond case, the St, Louis i?c- crime, was convicted of a repetition miWcaneaYs: "Judge Dillon in the and the judge gave him fifteen years Johnson countv case adverts to the in the -penitentiary. It is thought fact that the State Supreme Court that long terms of imprisonment re had never prior to Tuesday last, move the longing desire to commit passed upon the constitutionality of crime. 5s the township aid act ; that question fhe law of libel is again receiving had never been raised in a State court, an overturning bv correspondents in although the township bond suits have tne uily papers. The more the mat- been argued on every conceivanie ter ;3 stirred up the more vague anu cround bv the ablest lawyers in the ....certain it seems. The supreme; the dmcings, State. The fact is certainly singular, ..-. of the oninion that a defense ! cave, or fill up with I v - M and seems to possess the meaning jn a cjvji acti0n is not always a good that Judge Dillon puts upon it, viz., jefell&e fa criminal prosecutions, and that all departments of the State gov- wrsa j$tH the court does not say ernment, and the bar with them, ac- now far tne truth may be used in pub cepted the township aid act as consti- cations. Lawyers difTer upon the tutional, aud did not think it worth p,,,, if ti,e truth cannot at all while to dispute its validity. But it time8be told, it is about time to abol- is not more inconsistent than that the t,e constitution or so much thereof United States Supreme Court should K undertakes to guarantee freedom of after this very question was presented tne 10 it aeiermiue m u cumrau.nury r.u MS.fl. kin nio ways-first denying, and afterwards I T. J dercd. law. The fact shows that confusing "TT thJ Snow in the Black Hills. Deadwo.nl, D T., April 22 The severe rain storm of Saturday and yesterdav was followed last nighty by heavy snow, which is still falling, and at this hour. 12 m., to day covers the pronnd to a depth of 12 inches on the level. The creeks are still ri-ing, aud conidirabl! alarm prevails in consentient.. No accurate estimate .ran be formed of the damage done by high water at present Several houses in town had to be torn down, to prevent their falling into the stream and damning it up. The placer mines have sustained the heav iest loss, because of their dams break ing nwavaudthc water rushing into causing me suaiu n ind and gravel. Their hiss through the destruction to sluice-boxes, etc.. is heavy. The roads between this aiid outside camps are impassable. A Boy. One of the best things in the world to he is a bov. Bovs have always been so plenty that they are not half appreciated. A boy is willing to do any amount of work it it is called play. The feeling of a buy toward pump kin pie has never been properly con- m av .v -. afJBfvtXaf Ikroi Womaas Best Friend! CLIFFORDS FEBRIFUGE THil FEVERiAGU NEW AMERICAN SEWING MACHINE Is tha Beat Family Machine ERADICATES ALL KALAKIAI. PlllSliilia frtatte SYSTEM. tirTorSalebyAUDrr-ylyts. ST. LOU 13. I adow-JaiiJIye wVtaft the skim, awi U CMilr PT- i i1 TUUSTEETS SALE. Wlwra.. John Itrckt-y anl Hannah Ppcklr. ti wife. I.r thrir certain .leeu oi inir, inmir y1" UrlltK 172, aii't rfC'le.1 in rvt-nler othct, P,iti-.f..iii.tv, Mi.!.ouri. UKlwilof trust, rr..-nr.l l.k 7. faie 3W. c.iiTev.Ni tc. tin anilisiid trn-t- ll'- followni' .Ieonll rr:l. est.ne. . . nuni. ..nunft- it:ltinf 5Ii4-.Olin.to-! - mmim SPftKfcTS , ru.nc f ti Jrr, pi ii riai i4t.u.,i 'vi l . vrrctl vluc.l th"J maR.rtl ami lioa cnTnv- 'st inr ri I3t wkiw njw 1? a the cntertain- ttiirds of the ways nrsr, tienying, anu ancmaiua , . . e-rraA lnnd siuereu. afrming the validity of the disputed J- Ham, the dealer m forged land , r , ... ..l.ai. Ls.- titles, now in a Texas jail, threatens to , Ulkcs two.tllI MW I MR IHPL NnUWS LUill UUII1USIIIC 1 - . .1 i ' . ., . . . , , 4 squeal. He says he can remove ine linj, f the lamiiy circie. inconsistencies are to be found in the 4 ,.r M ,i,an T, :a :-llliWKlilc to sav at what . t cloud irom me uub mwiw . -, . . . . iuy little bov, they did not come 111 but went awav. and we don t know who they arc to this day ; all we know U. thev were some of PinkertonV furees frm Cnittino. The hand gren ade set our Iioums on fire, and part o ihe shell went through my arm. laid with mv arm shot oir for more a 1 than fortv-eight hours ih-tore me ioc tors c;iiiie aud cut it olf." This ended Hie interview, although omc irener.il cinversation took place. ..a 1 1 m. Mrs. Samuels sant she hopea wnai she had said would lie truthfully re ported. STATE ITEMS. . DoH and wolves are killing sheep in Howell county, and they call them destroying angels. , Mieiuiri editor savs a friend "quarted" with him a (short time, but doesn't say how many quarts it took. The indictment of a few road overseers in Howell county has had an improving effect upon the roads in that section. A black snake, "ten feet in lencth,w was killed on Shoal Creek, Jasper county, a few days since. This is a snake story aud not fishy. Hendricks and O'Day, two of the prisoners who escaped from jail at Buffalo, Dallas county, on the 15th iust., have been recaptured. John Bamhard. who went to Texas two months ago from Webster county, where he left hi family, is re ported to have been kliled in that State. Fortv fi t !! r t!ie ea-t enl pi !t njimNwi .. j ..:io ini.11; south si.Je of Uwific roilnwtl. ifl.-:k 4fi. tlienet- nmnins imrui aims nreiim.4-. ftft. I hence wiwtat nht aite with Limine avenue t Icet. ll.ew-e n mi h k u... Siiiiml3r.l -treet. then- ealonz Smith (.tr.l) treet ... ..1.. r Unnniw. !xi 5i teet oft of the ,..! eii.1 of Mi.l lot 7. ?nn.l 9. Moelc besinnin . 1 ...im-i-r.r s.ni.1 Int.. thence running alonsan altev 7i fret, more or Ii-. thence ist m f.vt. tlienif Voulh to Smitli (3nl) street, tnetu-e w,..t a!onij:ii. ftreet to lace ot liesiimlliff. &e .hitw. IVttL county, Mi-oun. Willi all the rmhl. invih a- ami ai.n.irtiiiKtnei-tlin-iiiitol-'lonmn?. which conv. vanee a nw.le in trnt toeciire t.iym-nl oracertain romi-.rv note .i Wrilxl. .n.l.her.a-.the.i'l note ilwvonie .In- aiKl imi-ai.!. Xw tlier.-foie.pn avor.l:inoe with tt term- fii.l .led ,.f tru-. an.lat the Te ottetof tlel.il l.ol!.-ran.t owner .r ii-l note ami le.Nl oftrn-t.1 will r.c,-.l to m the aN.ve .hTil.-.! real est.ite.nt the court hou.e .Joor.in Ji-sl-ilw. IVtti countv. lioiirj. tu the honest bi.Mcr for e-.th. al vtMtc atietion. ON .SATfRfAV. JI NK 1ST, 17S. l-tw.-n the hoiin of!a. iii.anl.t. tn of tliat .Liv. tosellicr with theeoHt or exiymin ttu tnu t. P. II. fi.NGKKE. Tmtee. c.l i!i:i MioHotiri. Atril 19. l"7S. Sansrctf A Lamm attorney. 4-3"w5t SEWING MACHNK Adjusted & Repaired nv ' V- M- M atthew' Qrr. Tltird & Lamine Sedalia, Mo. Shop over Gould'" LunilterOffice. IN USE. It is tto mtr MmiUam Self- Threading ShntUa Tt mm lalfattiBC Mailt. Mate tka Iack ttttet! at aad Oa Baat. UgUr DvaUa. ttfeiteiafa. Ml fttwt ef kfHjMi. laaar itaaaay B. D. Dos. A. P. -Mop.ky. I DEAN & MOREY Real Eitate, Abstract ami Zxiu (c Havinsf my Attract ofTitte to all Ileal rotate in. 1'ettwCotintv written up to .tate. I am rep:irc o huiii-h eorfct ALr-tni.-t- lit erv low rati.. , l-. tent Iioum-?.. eo!Ut:t rciiv. au.l Ui a Senear j ip-ncy bnnie. 0 fee on Ohio Street, AJjaeen. tothtCircu Gjirt Roam, SKDAL1A, MO A. B. DEMPSEY, 219 OHIO ST., SEDALIA, M0. DEALER IN dewing Maoliine ATTACHMENTS, IVeeclleK and Oil for all machines. Sewing Machies reparcd and all work warranted. o-rwSwom Popular illustrated book (260 pages) om Manhood! Womanhood! Marriage! Impediments to Marriage; the cause and cure. Sent securely sealed, post-paid, for 50 cents, by DR. C. Wiuttier, 617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo., the peat loecialisL Read his work. STKAY NOTSCB. Taken nn lv the mWriljer. no iron uray mare ttve vea'rs M. built, alnuit fifteen kin.Nh:uh. wnh risiit hin.t foot -..re. Air.ul at thirty-live .foliar. ty U. t. Boyrr, I- L M..rr..ya.l Henry Itoyen A WARUAN. J. 1. J. K. KAKRETT. 1 ..a e 110 n i ii : I ciouu iruiu reuerai supreme v,ourt .c.i . ... , - Tm Roitus the State tnU quite as unsubleagu.de as the latter. 7 . P The result of the conflict will oe f ...... v He can or twenty give men that township bond-holders will here- n V', A. he nnmea of fifteen atter onng r and furnish the proofs that they are TLL 'T tl rlrL deep in tbe game as he, and still their pocmp in the State courts, P o with a possiMftr that this may bnng W in. about a collision between executive gauo ui, offiirs-S for. example, where a carcerated have not even shown a United Sutes court cmands county thfa honor, aad he feels under no judges to levy a tax, and a State court obUgatoons to anyof them. I urthcr .B. . .l : ilAtaila are ncoaiiaea. age a ! 1 1 ...cmniu t hfit tmtipr- IHJV ULXUIUV3 tiiiuv"". - " legs are too short, and b anxiou3 about the part of his hair. In fact a hoy is a hard subject te get a moral from. Dr. W. A. Mayficld ha mored from Main street to White' Building, on Ohio street, firet office up stairs. Office hours between 8 and 10, a. and 1 and 3 p. . 9-19 If enjoins them against it NOTICE OK FINAL SETTELMENT. Notice i hereby Riven, that the nmler.-izne,!. EsetfUtorof the otate of J. K. Tobias. oVcea-K-il. will make final settlnient of hi aceonnt- Uh ni. Rtate a--ia.-h executor at the next term ot the Irote ronrt ot IVtti- County. .Mi.-oim. to U IseMat Se. lw: in wii.l County, on the 13th day V' IHTS" CH.IS. C TAYLOR. NOTICE OK FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice i hereby given, to all creditor .l other.-. intenj.te.l in llie hdta.te of Julia A. U Cre.1 .l.-c.ti!'e.l. that I, the iiiilertimeil atlnuni tm..r ot mtil K.-tate. inten.l to niake a hn!I ttlemnt thereot.at the next lerm of the po'ttte CoiirtoftheConntrof Petti-, to lie hel.l at the Court hou-emsaiil countr. on the first Monday of Mar. IK. Thoma- J. Mason, administrator of Julia A. C. Creel, dcea-ed. March 3'th, 1ST!. 4-'J-wtt NOTICE OK FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice i- hereby iven. that the undcr-iped. Admini-tratr of the estate of Rolrt tratfliead, d.cened. will make final -ettlement of their accoiit.t-withMi.l Etatea- such AdmmtJtwtors at the aevt tenn of the 1'rotmte Court of I etti Coontv. Mt-ouri. In holdeu at hedalui Mo., in ai l Countr, on the 13th lav "'(ij,1!,; jXs.'F. CK.tCHE.lD. .'jKlt Firit-clmn table and new bedi, for S4 per week, at E. A. Harten'i, 217 tan Main be. tf The pupils of school ace in Louis iana, Pike county, for 1878. number 1,323 white and 309 colored total, 1.632, an increase of 300 over the number for 1877. A third sand slide, the largest of three in a few weeks, came down ujion thA rivor railroad, from a high bluff just above Haunihal on the 11th xnst. A farswr told us the other day that !. would not be without Dr. Bull'- Cough Srop it it cort fire dollars a bottle. It Bust be a wonderful remedy. The price i only 23 cents a bottle. n a ft m itaiiOis Ur.A.UULII10 Cklcaw lla.inria nairfaU ST. JOHN SEWING MACHINE ! 5iatMaWBaSa2BW 3 2rSui--tl5 iU Swi. o. all .f a t"!""- ISia"- W" aAlwaywalaa M jaahwIlaUtaV.tnttlraMnwiiT Quiet! Light Running ! The Best Machine for the People to Buy, Because the Easiest to Use. It i the Only Machine in Use With the Following Pointer FIRST-It runs either forward or backward, sewing always in the same direction, without loss o enrage oi ... . , , ,:.....i . . .ml annnss 8ECONI-H in po-.ttie in allit moTcment.-,anii irce irom roin.iK.-.- a...-.-,-0-, - --- - THIRD It has a Urge closed shuttle, with no loose part, and no threading through holes o ",0lFORTH-It is improved with independent talce-np. and allows the shuttl to paw through Ioom loops, and Hni!he each stich lieture commencing anoiner. ... .. ....lAat mnhnn. n.m.,, : ..:.. .m.n!...wl ITu.f i.o mi for InKin" UP an wr.n rir m-ii ..u.u ....r - - ),K,n .hn - . I 1 4 H.mnrftnifnr mr WIIIUIII. a- wv S1VTII It iaj nroviilod witli aimulp ihANiaMiiiia ti MmAvi'm thn ir rlr nr hand. luiiuuK m.c.. , ..ill iCraM SEVENTH It has patent Ijox coer, makin a work box or extension ' EIGHTH It is the only machine people want when they tiave once . IVin't be deceived lato buvinir sewinir machine until you see the ST. JOU. I am aeiemmen aot to bo undersold. 0ALL XACHIHIS REPAIRED AHD WABHAHTED-wra NEEDLES AND ATTACHMENTS FOR ALL MACHINES. S. A. WIUGIIT, AGENT, 19-aMAwlyr ILGEN BLOCK, OHIO STREXT, SZDALIA, MO.