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8EDALIA TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1879. JOHK I. WBT. In uotbcr colaaui we give the full par tkalars of the various admiauoat Bade bj tats unhappy maa the past week. He is ectesced to aag May 16, sad there ap pear to be bo hope for his. Fron the tiaae of his arrest he pereiatentlj declared hia iaaoetaee, up to Thursday last. Evea a day or two previoas. whea hk attorney, who so ably def ended hia, aaked hiai npoa hk aoleaa word of hoaor, aow that there was bo hope for hi at, if be killed the straBger. West declared he did sot, and handed him the account denying the act, which will be foaad.ia another column, to to be paUiahed after his execution. Within forty-eight hoars frost that time, he wrote'saother docaaaeat which was giv en to the editor of the Bjoaville Advertiser for pablicatioa. In thia he admitted thai he killed the sua, 'who he thinks was saaud Frank Shiaa, aad that he did it in self-defease. He said the man was raining up to attack him, when he (West) picked up the stone, weighing 3S pouada, aad Anew it at hiat. On Friday a Bazoo reporter visited him, aad the iaterview will be found in its prop er place. Frost the character aad position of the wounds npoa the murdered man's head, it is evident the deed was done while the victim lay extended upon hu bick in sleep: and that the stone was not only dashed dowa upon hiat once, but twice. The truth of the matter is, West is a very illiterate man a man whose moral nature bss had bo chance of developeaaem, and whose circumstances aad associations have been sack as to almost entirely extinguish what aataral good qualities he- ever pos sessed. Up to the past week he has been buoyed aad sustained by the faint hope of a new trial or commatatioa of sentence. Now that hope has faded, and each dsy the shadow of the gallows creeps farther into his cell, his agonising conscience proves too much for his mental strength. As his attorney states, West, in his present condition, could be induced to confess to fifty murders, or to assert hk innocence of any aad all of them. But of oae thing there w bo doubt, be fore hk final plunge into eternity West will make a full confession of hia terrible crime and all the particulars connected with it. UbUI that, aothiag positive re garding it can be kaowa. PBX88 FOUTTB. Milo Blair k the only Sedalia editor who wears a plug hat. Orpheus C. Kerr has become editor of a aewspsper. The Sedalia Democrat's weekly changes to eight psges thk week. Oae typo struck West thkweek. Which hk name it k John Cowan. Cross & Co. are going to start a paper at St. Jos to be called the Evening Nem. Lively Lacy, a well-known Quincy and Kansas City reporter, k in Leadville. Dr. A. Y. Hall's name is out of the Pue blo Democrat as editor, aBd the first is now Milt Hull 4 Reed. The Jeiersoa City Eclipte U a lively little sheet, aad as "sassy" as a rat-terrier. Its motto k Latin: "Noch eiae!n Cephas A. Leach has got a thorough bred aad a backboard wagon ; also a aew salky. He k training for the Cole Camp stakes. Whenever Back Eelley, of the Hobsrly Monitor rets coafased. fee ansa and lien dowa under his aew Campbell press to get a ciear impression. Eugene Field k writing up Mksoari joaraalkm. As he digs dowa into the past aad amis what fun he has missed, be fairly froths at the auwth.. Jadge B, Jf. Banks, who died at Em poria, the other day, was formerly a print- mm mmA A.tr.wl Im. U. T?: XT w an IOV lmi I II a, .tecasv WBC in St. Loins, ia 1865. The Missouri xrsm Convention is to awet in Columbia on May 27. The citiarns of that place hold a meeting on Tuesday next to make preparatioas to entertain them. Donaa, the red-hottest, rampant, ultra Southern doctrine footer ia the U. 8., has Ese to Bismarck, Dakota, tamed a black puMicaa, aad edits a Radical paper. Joba Hannay, editor of the Versailles Gaxttc when the press convention aieets, and a standing candidate for clerkship the balance of the year, k ia Jefferson City. Bake Moatgosnery, of the Democrat, has a circus combination teat for a hat. Haag it over a hickory tree for a center pole, aad it will shelter 5,000 people small people. Ollie Hackett, of the Kansas City Journal, was stopped the other aight by highway robbers. He was so glsd to get an item he took 'em into a saloon and set Hp the beer. Of coarse it was chalked dowa. They are republishing all the old Rus sian war maps in Kansas City, trying to Btskejpeople believe they represent the la diaa Territory. Bat they can't make us belkve the Ural Btoaatains k the M K. AT. Personal. Mrs. Ira Habbell, nee Virgie Tessdale, k ia the city vkiting her parents. Ira arrived oa last night's train, aad will spend Sabbath ia the west capital. The aged author of Henry Y. Field clerk of Pettk county, accompanied by her daughter, arrived ia the city Friday even ing, from Leakville, Ky. They will spend the summer asoaths is Pettis. Jao. Senilis, of St. Look, was at the Garrison last Bight. Ha told a Bazoo re porter that he was going to Texas thk morning. Whea he reads thk he will learn that the first traia leaviag South k at 5:55 to-night. Died. At LamoBte, oa May 1st, 1879, Victor H., infant sea of Vincent aad Mary C. Tarry, aged months aad 19 days. Faasral aarvioas at the Christian Church, by Bar. W. Bewley ysaterdaj. ra "urns vxciee." In some rade spot where cemssoa awtase grows, If chance a violet rears its Barptebead, The careful aatraeser moves rt era it blow, Thrire aad noarieh ia a nobler bed. Such was thy late, dear child, Thy SBWing seen. ftt-emiaaajee w aarty hieem was shown. Forearm too goad, perhaps, And loved toe much we saw aad early assrlrrd thee for it s own. Nothing removst an iadpient cold more qaicklv aad pleasantly that a relia ble aathartic saediciae, each as that old aad triad rsawdy, Dr. Ball's Baltimore Pills, assd by thoasaads of the laad. Pries aaly 25 THE PIOUS DODGE. Praying Peddlers and Goods. Shoddy How the Farmers of Saline were Taken In. Shakespeare talks about stealing the livery of heaven to serve the devil in.which I shows that even in his day hypocrites abounded, and our own observation re veals the fact that they have in no wine decreased in the present age. The art of swindling has progressed as much an any other, and there is as much if not more in genuity and rascality evinced in accom plishing it as there is in sny honest voca tion. But THE SHAKI'EST THICK that has lately come to light, is the one that has been successfully played in the country in the neighborhood oi I'rown. ville. A short time ago two slick, sanctimon ious looking individuals, with well loaded wagons made their appearance in the above vicinity, and invariably stopped at the house of some well-to-do farmer, whose name and note were both good. They would drive up, enter the house, and by their oleaginous gift of gab soon make themselves at home with the whole family. They would praise the children, compli ment the mother, and flatter the father into complacency in spite of himself. It is said that happiness consists of perfect acquiescence to surrounding circum stances, and judging lrom these fellow' success, there must have been a happy lot of farmers around Brownsville for a fhort time. THEY WERE PIOUS MEN, these two, and their demeanor was us grave as the face of a stopped clock. If they were invited to dinner, they would unroll an extension table grace, and after it unwrap thanks with a string of pious grat itude as long as a panorama of the Holy Land. And thenHhey would get down to business. You see they had .an immense amount of goods in their wagons, just such as were needed in every farmer's family. They had bolts upon bolts of imported cloth which they had bought at an immense sac rifice, because it was from a cargo of smug gler's goods confiscated by the government and sold at public auction. They also had drew patterns of every description, import ed shawls, hosiery, table cloths, sheeting eUx, for the ladies. Would the farmer like to see them ? "N-n-no," the fanner would hesitatingly say, while his wife's eyes pleatUngly paid "yes." Before either of them could answer, in would come four or five big trunks, hut be fore they would be opened, down these pious roosters would flop on THEIR MARROW BONES, and invoke the blessing of the Almighty upon that christian household. After which out would come the goods. These would be laid out in parcels of $150 worth. They were not allowed to sell any less amount by the government, you know it would violate the revenue laws ! Well, they would pile up the bolts of cloth until the parcels contained the amount mentioned, according to their estimate. The cloth was fine and glossy in appearance, and the amount seemed huge for the money. But the sum was a large one, the farmer would think, and he did not like to spare so much money. Then the pious peddlers would throw in a couple of bright shawls, a corset, a box of hosiery and gloves, and then tell the granger that there was at least $500 worth of goods, and enough to LAST HE? FAMILY FOR TEARS. Wasn't it of the very best material and of foreign manufacture? And the women's eyes would sparkle as some "pure" gold rings and bracelets would be added. "Y-a-a-s, I know it is a big bargain, but the money I can't well afford to pay out so much money just now," the farmer would reply. "Oh, never mind the money. We don't care for the cash right down," was the peddlers' answer. "You can just 'give os yonr note for three, six, or twelve months, and it will do just as well. For we have an immense stock east, and it will take us a year to dispose of it. Then we can come around ' again and collect. Another thing we SEVER CHARGE INTEREST. Oar religions principles will not allow u to take it. 8o yon can have the goods on your own time, and we will simjily take yoar note for $150. They were adroit rascals and good judges of human nature. They knew that the sarest way to get the advantage of their fellow-men was apparently to pre sent their fellow-men an opportunity to take the advantage of them. The result of the business generally was that the farmer would give them his prom issory Bote (or the cash) for three or six months. Business being closed up satis factorily, down these pious cusses would go again upon their knees for some more prayer, and when they left a benediction FOUR MILES SQUARE would be laid over the, happy household by these peregrinating gospel spillers. They played their little game with great success, snd left more piety and shoddy in that neighborhood than was ever ground out of a consecrated rag mill. As soon as they had sold out, these pious men went to Brownsville and shaved the notes. As they visited only such farmers as were known to be perfectly good, they had no trouble in realizing on the notes at a dis count. And then they lit out. After they had gone, one farmer brought some of HIS IMPORTED EXGLISn GOODS into Brownsville to see what it was worth. To his astonishment he found out he had paid about twenty prices for the flimsiest "ornariest" no-account shoddy that ever was measured by a yard stick without fall ing to pieces! . And that farmer thought how pious those fellows were. Then he would go off somewhere and SIT DOWN AND CCSS H1MELF in his mind for an infernal old fool. Well, the news spread, and all of those carefal farmers who would not go to their own town snd patronise their legitimate BMrchaats,ascertained that each and all of them had been most outrageoasly swindled. Their Botes bad been bought up however, aad they bad to face the music. The next picas peddler that strikes that neighborhood woa't live long, and if he evea bints at saying a prayer, they will hang him before he caa get as far as uO, Lord!" VANDERBILT'S VISIT The Railway King in 8dalta. Fastest Time Ever Made on the Missouri Pacific. As ct:ited in a special dispatch to the Bazoo of Friday, Mr. Wui. H. Vanderlult, the railway king of Atnerici, arrived in his magnificent private .car "Vanderbilt" that evening at 5:55. The party consisted of Wm. If. Vamhrhilt, hi three sorw, Corne lius, William K , and Fred W., Captain Jacob Vanilfilti t a brother of the dead Commodore; John A'ewell, (Jener-l Mana ger of the Like Shore & Michigan Stltli ern; AugtMiH Schell, of New W.rk, ami Wm. L. Scott, of Krie. They were accom panied by A. A. Talmage, (Jen. Sup't. of the Mo. Pacific, and conductor Chas. Gal lagher had charge of the train. At 5:30 the party took supinrr on board of their train, which cousUted only of a baggage car and the private car of Mr. Vanderbilt. After supper carriages were in waiting, and the narty drove around the city They expressed themselves highly pleas ed with SeJalia and retired to their rooms at the Garriccn Ifout-e, where they passed the night. They left for St. Louis at 0.40 a. m. yesterday. FASTEST TIME ON MO. PACIFIC:. The special train left here at C:45 yester day morning, with Conductor Chas. Galla gher, and J ami McCourt, engineer. The party arrived in St. Louis, 1S8 miles, at 11:20 a. tu., the quickest run ever made over the Missouri Pacific by two hours. To Chamois, SS miles, the run was made in two hours and if n minutes. The quickest run ever made lefore was two hours and forty minutes. The wheels of Mr. Vanderbilt' car are made of cotnprc--ed pper, with steel tires. AN ACKHSAULE INCIDENT. Not the least pleasant incident of the trip was Mr. Vamlerbih's kind appreciation ami remembrance of the engineer, Mr. Kobert Lester, and 'lis fireman, Barney Pollman, who whirled him through in such .style from Kansas City to Sedalia on the Mo. Pacific. The following dispatch was received nfter the party arrived in St Louis : Gro. WuUe, M. J.: Dear Sik. Please hand ten dollars to Lester, and five dollars to his fireman, with the compliments ot W. H Vanderbilt. Yours, etc., A. A. Talmaoe, Sup . The men were as much surprised asgrat. ified, not r-o much on account of the gift, a the delicate compliment which accom panied it. Harney took or! UU hati scratched his head a minute, and said, Veil, dot ish got, undt I wish he cooui efery day. . OBJECT OF THE TRIP. This is the first time Mr. Vanderbilt has been in the West, and the object of the visit has aroused much curiosity. The Chicago Time says : By securing the Chicago and Northwest ern Railroad, Vanderbilt adds 2,155 miles to his system of railroads, as follows Chi cago and Council Bluffs, 491 miles; Junc tion to Freejmr!, 121 miles, Chicago to Milwaukee, 85 miles; Chicago to Iake Superior, -104 miles; Chicago Cut-Cff and branches, 10 miles; Elgin to Lake Geneva, 45 miles ; Lake Geneva to St. Charles, 21 miles ; Geneva to Batavia 3.2 miles ; Stan wood to Tipton, 8i miles; Clinton to Ana inoe, 71.4 miles; Maple Kiver Railroad, 60.15 miles; Belvidere to Winona, 227 miles; Kenn-dia to Kockfnrd, 72.1 miles; Milwaukee to Fon du Lac, 63.63 miles; Menomonee Kiver Railroad, 24 71 miles; Rochester and Northern Minnesota Rail wav, 24.42 miles ; Plainview Railroad, 15 miles; Cliatfield Railroad, 11.44. The change in the ownership of the Chicago and Nor t western will not onlv not result in any changes in the present officers of the road, but will rather seat them more firmly in their pl.t ess. From President Keep down they have been opposed to the Gould party, and Gould would no doubt have had them ousted hnd it not been for the fact that he could never get enough strength to carry out the intention. Presi dent Keep has Ions been identified with the Vanderbilt interest, and is now, and has been for years, a Director in the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern. It is un derstood that at the next election the Gould men ia the Northwestern Directory, who are only four in number, will retire and Vanderbilt men will he substituted in their places. Mr. W. L. Scott, one of the directors who has heretofore acted with Gould, has gone over to Vanderbilt, and is one of the Vanderbilt party making the present trip. The purchase of the Wbsh by Gould had no doubt instigated Vanderbilt to se cure this property, and probably also the Alton, to prevent his being cut off from the North and Southwest. FAST TIME. The time made by the party on this trip is something extraordinary for such a dis tance on Western roads, On Thursday morning they left Chicago for Omaha over the Chicago and Northwestern Line. At 12:05 that day. Tama, Iowa, 271 miles, was made, the train of engine, tender and one car going forty-nine mile an hour. The train reached Council Bluffs at 6:21 that evening, making the run betwen Chi cago and Council Bluffs.distance 488 miles, in eleven hours and fifteen niinutes,beating the celebrated Jarrett and Palmer run over the same road nine minutes. They left Council Bluffs Frid.tv evening and arrived in Kansas City at 1:10 p. m., over the Kansas City, St. Joseph & Council Bluffs road, the actual running time lrom Council Bluffs to Harlem being four hours and thirty-seven minutes, or at the rate of nearly 47 miles per hour. At Kansas City they were met by Sup't Talmage, and after a drive around that City they returned to the depot when they entered the special car Vanderbilt, which had arriyed from Chicago, where it had been left for repairs. Reading-Room Sociable. Sedalia, May 3, 1879. Editor Bnzto : This morning the ladies of the C. T. U. held a meeting and passed resolutions thanking those who assisted in the Sociable held Friday night : Gen. G. R. Smith for the hall, J. F. Antes for the gas, the Brass Band for music, the printing offices forfexhumed at Pittsburg, when it was lound their notices, Mr. Anderson for his address, the Printers' Quartette Club for vocal mu sic, Messrs. Cox and Hastie for violin mu sic, Miss Bapple for her recitation, and all others who aided in the success of the first sociable for the benefit of the Free Beading-room. As this is the only reading room in the city, the citizens should not only patronise it but should make such subscriptions to it aa will enable its managers to add to the papers and journals found oa its tsbles, and build it up till the city shall have a reading room and library such as a pro gressive town like Sedalia, aiming to be come the CafKtsl of the State, sfaoald have; aad while the room is under tbe care ef a temperance orgsnixatioa, yet all eboald extend to it their assistance, whether they are avowedly temperance society members or not. Mas. H. L. Sumoa. FLEA BITES. ! IM)I I IT ITS ALLSt-KtTi'll.! Sime fellow adrertie ladies' dresses from 5 cents up. Where do the cyphers come in ? Yes, they will write columns in pai-en about how to treat a cow who has hot her cud. But when a fellow asks another for a chaw, it's "drink less whisk v and buy your tobacco V Yes, there is a woman in Pennsylvania , who is 104 years old. Keep on publishing It. We can stand it. But when an old wo man talk about how she and Moses crossed the Red Sea together, it's more that we can put up with. Some fellow advertises "Herring's safe." All the herrings weeversaw werelhesafest things around a grocery. Semi-circled with hoops and surrounded by staves, they lie up to their necks in the salt of righ eons ness till they are born again, .freshened iu water, and finally purified iion the grid iron of affliction by the high pri(sti of the Charter Oak. Herring's safe ! l-es the man think us blind or ignorant ? Yum, yum, yum. Jefferson City is the mi-lress of the Osage Valley. We knew she wasn't married. Every time Eve dited to c out she turned over a new leaf, and didn't cre a fig about the trouble, either. ffihuletjAin Item. What did she turn the leaf over for? Literary men can never be sure of hav ing said a smart thing unless they see the "proof." We have seen some "-proofs" that would make a man say smart things il he didn't write them. Smart! Yes, words that bum red-hot explosions from a heart in which raged volcanoes of wrath. Shoemakers should 1 careful of their tools. One of them died in Connecticut the other day from breathing his last Pegged out, ilid he? Well, it's awl right. Put him on a stretcher and pray for his sole. . . Chinese housewives are cooKing over American siovc-. Thunder! Who put them there. What are thev cooking 'em for? An anonymous article A baby before it's chria:iied. That's so, for vou're not right sure of the! . I author. w 1 you wake up at night and hear! rving, look out for danger lor i When the babv crvimr there is a rock ahead. .linnupoix Tribune. And a squall upon yon. Itoston W. And a spanking breeze. (Impttic And j waterspout in the vicinity. Polled cattle are suggested by a foreign journal as worthy of especial attention in America, since they "suffer so much less" than those with horns. We don't know how it is in other coun tries, but the cattle that poll at our elec tions seem to like the horn-, and the bigger the horn, the he ip more like. T wo farmers, named Norton andtith er, disputed concerninc the length of th tail of a pig which thev were examining. Norton gave Gaither the lie. whereupon Gaitber told Norton to get ready for a dead ly fight. Both men drew their revolvers almost simultaneously. Gaither was fatal ly wounded and Norton lest a thumb. Drop minor particulars. How long was the tail, anyhow ? Men invariably put the same leg first into their trousers this is a survival of memory in a residuum ; but they cannot, till they actually put on a pair of trouers, remember which lee they do put in first ; this is the rapid fading away of any small individual impression. Mis JVtneheOmzin. j How does Miss Cbuzins know that men ( always put the same leg into their trowsers? And againly, whose leg would MtssGouzins have them put in trousers? And nextly. 5maM9lBV3r maavVaBBBBBBW'BBBBBBVW-Md!Y ' aVjflEa what does Miss C. know about trou?rs, , wou,i publish all the letters they get xsk anyhow, except those bobtailed things that j 'lng for a,Tice aud things, it would astonish end in lace and have no pockets in 'em? t,e a,inoiunity. Here's what a woman A corset is a prop-her thing Pieatfune. Good joke, but bad grammar. Should have said : Corsets are prop-her things. That's two good jokes, and both have points, if you can't see 'em. The sister of the Sultan of Zanzibar has gone to live in Berlin, where she in tend to give, lessons in Arabic. And if abe has no teeth, she can gum Arabic Men's lives should be like day more beautiful in the evening ; or like summer aglow with promise; and like autumn rich with golden sheaves, where good deeds have ripened in the field. Ya-a-s, but you ought to see him going home at 3 o'clock in the morning, hurrah ing for hello. That's the time to size him down, my ancient. A New York woman, who was evident ly afraid to sleep slone, took a bottle of whisky and a pipe to bed with her. Tbey still sleep with her. Well, she had a man's breath with her, anyhow. Chicago has been called on twice with in tao years to furnish theological profes sors for England. Where did all those bank presidents go to? Rev. George Bowers, pastor of theCon gregational church of Coonville, N. has been arrested for committing forgery and eloping with another man's wife. And yet there are those who think min isters have an easy time of it. The State Printer of Pennsylvania died, worth $200,000 and weighing 400 pounds. Three weeks ago the body was to have turned to asuhstance resembling marble, and weighed 925 pounds. He was stereotyped to keep from the hell box. -Carths,je and Joplio must be a rattHnK,Tfyl yoanR mea ia Keatackj , " L , t u Wasted to call the saaie girl their dear piace lor seven uji. uc miu up often. "We old ataids," remarked Miss Slib- bens, "love cats because we have so hus bands, and cats are almost as treacherous : men." Yes, but they don't up stick their tails, climb up oa the ridge pole of the hoase at midnight, and yowl uatil the stars pat their fagers ia their ears. Aa old maid loves cats bees see they've got whiskers. Yoabat. JJjYFF. Winnowea from Worldly Wit. we s a barnyard ; you If the pie and lie ,d.iwn and woller, and I'll ! a bull and brl- Ooodly Gri Ground for GrlnaJ !" "k , their bands at knees, iul anuiiv he went Hurrah fur the circu! Yoi may lull about sj ring, and dowers, and green grass, but the circus is the first magnolia of the seou. Some rpte think a circus ain't right, j Cole's cirrll-i j all right till it left. Of all the wild beaM ihere, we would rather le the gianlts.. The lion cm do more roaring, but he csn't wear a many dry gods as Mrs. Rate. They had an awful time with her o-c. You see they were showing uui in . pr iiie in Tex , and the rain conn dtwu in sheet. Ju-t as it began to run down the back of Mrs. Itates' neck, Mr. II. said "lei u go "All right." .-aid Mr. Hales, so he reached up lo the lop of the center (Mile, unhooked the cm- vami, lol.liil the whoie nve tern- oi (-vivas on her Miotihiers for a cape, and oil they went to their hotel, leaving 3.MI0 iieople and all the animals out in the rain. The elephant went around with teats in his eye and tried to borrow an umbrella, and failing to to find oiif,got into his trunk The clown crawled under one of In jokes. It was so dry be had to holler for water. Talking alwiit the circus, wasn't thoc lady traptze perfo mers splendid? fKni believe llteie i another woman ia Sedalia can do what they did. We noticed the mrriet! men watched them very clo-ely. Here's what C Id Grimes did. That night he returns to the bosom of his family at 12 p. m , and explains to hi anxious and miiruiiirini; wife, thnt be hs IteetidoMii lo ilie cltoicli heir tht choir practice; didn't think of going when he Ief' home or he would have tukcii bis "little birdie" .dot.g to bear ihes.u red uitwii.. Mrs Wa the ringing very good, dear ? Mr. Oh, line. sieci:lly when the clown leader, I mean saii that good old hymn, "Mu-ui'i Touch." Mrs Musn'i Touch? That's a funny name for a hymn. Mr. Yt, 1-nt you "v It' a teniHrance song; means you iiuwlo't loticu the wine when it i red within the cup Mrs. Oh, ah ! th itV it : 1 n-e. Wen-ihedre- pretty? Tell :ueall .-ibout it. Mr. Just gorgeous. One of them wore irreen silk slashed in front from the waist clean down, but the prettiest Was the one in purple trunks-th is wai-t. Not much tnmmiii:, vnu knovs : veiv simple, but lilted like alove. Ito Juv! she had the j best shaped leg Mrs. Lee? IM like to know j jirt ,,. ,.., :, ,v..r l. will yu;tnow Leghorn hat. I mean. I .-upiHie IhaiVi 1 t wu-i j..u can cm. . ... Shaker Unmet, urnRi-tlnu of that .rt. Antique costume, you know, ' Mrs. Il mu.-t have leci lovely. I wi.-h you had taken mc. Mr. Yes, so do I, dear. But he didu u He Ised aout it and when she saw him executing a.-oleinn wink to himself in the ?he liad a faint mis- pii'ion uiai iiiOM? women tcprii'iiii:ii were in town. But he'll get caught yet see if he don't. JtiAt wait till his mother in law comes. She knows the heart of man is desperately wicket!, and she will make him walk as straight as a blind mule treading up hill for a buzz-saw. I've a letter from your mother. Wife of mine, And I read it with a shudder, Wife of mine. In her wild malicious gtee, With her Saratoga three. She is charging home to me. Wife of mine. I'm so sad that I could weep. Wife of mine. I'm so mad I cannot sleep. Wife of mine, For she's coming home to stay, She'll lie here without delay. She is eager for the fry. Wife of mine. How I dre.nl to see her face. Wife of mine. In its old accust'-nied place. Wife of miue,- Bhe will hum like a buzz-saw, As he lays me down the law, She will neer rest her jaw, Wife of mine. All that some eopIe are good for iu this world is to ask questions. And such dern fool questions, to. Why if newspaper men asks an editor : Desperate wife (1) My husband is not only false to me.but t seats me very unkind ly. He knocks me down with a chair, or something, every few hours, and last week locked m up in the cellar while he went shooting. When he returned after five days absence, he released me with the remark, "Great Scott, ain't you dead yet ?" Yes terday I detected him putting arsenic in my tea. What "hall f do about it? (2) Are underskirts cut "ored with ru tiles this winter, or not ? To which he replies : (1) You must win your husband by kindness. Hiding behind the door and under the bed will only make him worse. Plait your hair likeaJrunk handle, so that he can drag vou around tbe floor more easily and work him a satin quilted club holder to hang on the bed, post. Tbe great thing is a proud consciousness of having tierformcd dutv. Do this and all will be well in ten or fifteen yean. (2) We'll find out this evening. They say we're going to have good crops this year. That is monstrous good news. If there is anything that will make a man forget his religion, its an empty stomach. Nature abhors a vacancy and wind is s dern poor thing to fill up with unless you're a balloon. In the array sometimes a fel low had to go without eating so long that his back bone would work through his vest and holler for grub. When the Confederate army was on its shortest rations Gen. Lee remoustrated one day with a straggler for eating green per simmons, and asked him if he did not know that tbey were naftt for food. "I'm not eating them for food, General," replied the man, "but for tbe sake of drawing my stom ach up to fit my rations." And that wasn't in Kentucky either. But Kentucky is where Brown aad O'Grady lost their girl while they were walking for her. Here's how it was . ducky OU alter auawc wia ttic; ginu uu aaw, To settle which sailor was lucky. The man who eoukl walk or ran longest, Waa to get his fair pearl ia tbe shape of a girl, And of all matches this was the longest The throag was both lightsome aad shad That watched Messrs. Brown and O'Grady; Bat while they wearily shanked O'er a road that was plaaked, A third saitor eloped with the lady. Let's see. School will close before loaf ,and then ,he Wil' 3,1 'lk their ' niece, to show how much they hive learn- ied. Some loys write wonderful compes- ' ition. Here's is on of the wonderfulet we've struck lately : One dsy Killv. that a inv br.. liter, he and 'Smu.iv flippy was plating by a mud hole, ; and Billy he said : "Now S.imui le nlav ' ill the mud and hollered, wile liillv ItflVr-. ed like distant I bunder. Riuiebv Sammy he rata out muddy you nev rsen surh a muddy little feller and he nid : "Now you be the pig and let ni belter." But Hilly said : 1 ain't a very uod pig 'fore dinner, and ittle ra time 'nurT for you to belter wen yer mother see yer rl.." That b.v tuav lie P: evident of the United Slates yet. This prayer meeting will now clo-e w U.u ai s opinion oi winner. Old Si h.sWI, keeping fully posted on the celebrated case ot Oliver v. Ctnrrn Yesterday l.e ransacked the exchange aiitt as he wa about t live, ..ni : 'Which one i.r two vii)-( tercoiueout on i, t- nubl. t or il- old lan 'Can't tell ; what do y..n think ?'' "rtAl mv l . ,.r t. i..i!t ,tu. Wp imimiiv iuii .ri'iiir, if.. irree de otd man Simon he wm r Lo klliv' in 'spearaner td dese liyr feeoi, ban sweet hart. hencewie be sot in de taw an' dr'i no telliti' ob wh.ir dey ii Lot' him luie det ( turns him Iwn-r." tie bigger de fool ! D. ling ol gettin' en ' aminTd wid er female :.in't no rei-txcier ot ' ...... f-t?.. f.L- f.C ... ..r. I-.. " cmuioii, i xuiirr ir jrvr. ler w:ik hi tie hi u r:s widoiil Ui.i uii.M an' d ing undei ilurin de pn.uiiiia.le. yer heib lue ! Yu have fleered clear of those Mirt i ' dirficullie-. have you ?" -Well I aint gibliin iiiy.elt w.y ter no body, but dc old wi.Uer i.eotvr eoulder got me in dat -orter 'ituiglemeni. l'.-c betti in range ob dai Kinder trouble 'lore now. but wheneber der loom uot to little ler hoi" entiyhody but tue an' cr widder 1 utlu ejtirn'd fer de w nl o' er .piurtiai. er '.ei. did bines! tell I cUd in d witne--it'ricient ter nrm.b er ar-li"i.t allibv on de pot d itV me!" Ym ate Vetv win, mii -ly 1" "Uk-nli man! Ifcm't yer ton't it yet ( I'etter be in de dre strkle ob : wt btnet ties' dan in fo'r miii'ls sollytude wid ei widder 'ouian d:it- .n dr nnrry !" , And the old m m (Kirrowcd a chew of lu ll ;iclo and left. Dead Berne's Frock. 1 PulictMiieii cannot slop Jmis; tJ sympathize with poor moi'k; lint I now and then t htv iiitMiintiT :i touch' of nature tlmt must thrill the hiirilesl j f,eart. One of the New York officer, , tfc Ja ,,,,,1 M MM,r , . : ., - , , . IHriUK aniUti.l the JUI.k Mop-, tltld I I at tt .... I. asketl lu m what he waa looking lor. i "i in 1-joKitiir ior a nis-ini;r. - t t I " 4" 1 . hi rig: it I houll it uiruiti. haven't the H"litel itleu where vvSi -r.' I u ill liioi t.tt-i 1 "e . ' . 'DM l.e fteal Miniitbiiiu' fn.in vou X tin," v.a thi !t.-;iittiti; r "Want hint arrested 1-ir upvthin V "No no. I hojH. you tvun'l laugh at me if I tell. Yon M.e. ther my ' in wife and I - titnl thiTe'd n work and id a strule uilii us, ami souit times we sit in the darkness and wish we were dead and buried 'iuiu'siile of our little lfcrtif, up in the KMr folk, j share ot the cemetery. That little grave j up thore i all that keeps us here, we j cling to life, that we may kep the tlower growing there. "I've atnod mi the street many a time and felt like going to death at one jump, but that grave re up to warn me back. On my way borne at night I've feared time after time, to find the house deserted, or a corpse on the Moor ; but that little grave h:t restrained my wife the ame as me." "How old was she?" a.ked the officer, hi own heart aching a little. "Th three years old," replied the roan, "and she was the only child ever coining to bless u. Ve had luck enough before ?ho died. I had work day in and day ma ; my wife wa singing the whole day long and when I started for home at night the knowledge that Bertie would be watching lor me through the Iur o the gate, picked my feet up faster than anything ever hu since." "Well ?" queried the officer, as the man paused. "Well, she took ick and died. It was three years aro, but her voice' rings in my ear up to thia hour the same a? if I bad left her at home. It' the -wine with the wife, sir. A dozen time a day she ruu to the door, thinking she heard Bertie' voice; and I never go in that she doesn't look at me with reproach for not having our dead darling on ray arm." "I've lost two children." sight 1 the officer, a he turned hi head away. "Then vou ktiv l;v the wife treasures up the little dresses, and stockings, and hats and things." And the poor fellow went ou to tell bow his wife, in making up the bundle for the ragman one day; by mistake, put into it little Bertie's Sunday frock, and it was sold and carried off. "Ever since then," he went on, "she ha done nnthimr but weep and lament, and I've looked here and there j anil airnrvirharp in tinrtM til tlfirl IhA " - -"i . ragman, ana get me precious reucj back, it may seem a small thing to you, sir; but to us we reaiember the first time she wore it how proud she was now we took her walking uuw uuvu sue iWaniiiacaiKiiiuaus. child. I l "That dress had more tear stains than all other relic, and though I haven't fifty dollars' worth of furniture in the house, I'd giva every stick of a. 1 a. S - . 1 u, ana go into ine street, 10 ana Bertie's Sunday frock. I don't expect to get it now. it has probably been sent to the paper atiles before this, and we've lost it forever." "I'm sorry," said the policeman. "And when I go home to-night," softly said tbe nan, "my wife will be standing at the gate, watching and hoping : aad aa far as she can see ate she'll know by my nee that my search has been for nothing. X bad rather; Isaac a finaTatr than fiwr hop white far 1 and sorrowful look." And with weary step and hopeless heart he dragged along, having such a mission as neither hope, despair, nor love brings to one in ten thousand. Tae best reform ia doatewtic life is withoat doabt taa iatrodactioa el Dr.Ball's Bsay gvrap. Wkert it is kaawa, ao atort laedsaam is gives to taa tawies. Two good diaiag girls at Skaters'. MaatbewtJi "He l old enough to have known liefer, . effti'f the Craa on itir TP-t imhiw ;k!dneyt. ;-riT, .t. and. ia fact. eTry part .-f my Hy.tem What h isn l lie. b-en done in my e i wboltr tli effect of the Take keer, now; don't yer know d it dat !Uitct. Ccaa. Vj'y rtrr.:ftil!r. L4 iilacei. in dti wurl wb.ir de biter de lied 1 . CatarrH ISITCWAIUT v nifcn wnwimvi. -- . . w L eomallgfJ fan of Ai a aswasilfcy Ca- WSBTSV2 B IhAM at vVnwa tma dlowUhoat relief or eur. awl tfcwerto tt .,..... i .. t'l.rriu h.-tiir ntlOHfd MotUU wiilr pr viWt :.'t o dMtruc Ut to fclth m aad fwiottritBlafftlo!Mnftfia tnnaarollow. r"trrfc mi.r nawwhrtie anirtt on tech a I nr ihtii. nm nMLRim I ...tmm r-!ht. and 1M tf .'n Of tt. may t r-f-rrKl to a minor ant avet itotom c.-loua rrtaltaof nealeeted Clrrh.a.t jrnoaa . Ia thalTrbt a nothlnw omrret WU&U ' danrooaaScetlaaortatUraMaataaaiUkaiy . to loUow. I IT CM IE CUBED. JTeambaeered. Thr- tnn Joobt ahowt It Taa lroaiadUid rUf aa.rU-l by SAXoa'a Rdi cai. Ccaa ?a CTaa ! bnt a lljrt yidrne of arac!aldratriirin 0. lirtlrutionallv lt - ffViSat of a pwrrt u imi.O'iaw St.t. &e&ZZ.ntt k C8MPLIG&TED USE. rmtimra Vtm tahrtpflr aafoltowa:! Tiara hat urra w.-ua.-at.actj sar with , Incraaa tns Tnty l"r tuim yeat I bad not brcataexl Uiroua h one noirlL I tiat Jmpptaiialn th thr&at. Rvrry tuil counh.ahiitaaobiktM to N utilised to tVe art'ine" ty for It at ult ht before tK-ltigr able IS lie dacra a.il !tt. and a eoottat Uuit pain In mf hirat. My bead waa at tln.ea m mii ot cuarrnai .to injure my ..f lirartne and compel I aietogttnpaeteraltl.ura In ttio mit to clear Jt ml mv thioaebpforn 1 could M'ri. KreiToneoT three reln synptnma li.t dtsappareS aodrr the n-e of rot uutto ttr- bollUa nf 5aarnat RDtct&Craa ly UesriR la fully retoret. 1 btT4 in asthmatic yinptoDi.u' enii!i.no drop plnatt tti thratvtn tcaai,eh'.aml li every way belter injn i nave oen lor j rt- pni.urri u. Iudenml ar a PronineatDraaTOat. I lHTby certify that Mr. Lawrence ptuebaaed thIU-atcai.Craofwe.auiiiTonwmrouiTi t mademofanintarwtUMr. ux?iieaaii Kent t be true !n erty ;jil. u.r. f licuarao. Oct. It- JA3. T. DEKBT. Karh paekace contain Dr. Saofir.la Improved caMrrTlce.tt. Forui-l-j all wlioleaale aad re tail dnmrleto ami dcbleta ltiroaB,tnut the United SutesaSlCin.!w. WKKK4 fHrrEK,,Oeara. Asent aad wholeiala Pruiqriaa.Moatoa.; C0LLIHS1 VOLTAIC PLASTER Am Elrrtre-flalvaale BaUcry eowiblneal with a klahly MewicaarU sMreacthenlac rin'trr.fnrtBHaattWbeat P1atr for paitwe aul Hebe ia tht AVorM oT 3IMllclae. Iir.F M. i:ibrr.MouUo:ii;rT.O. .Vi. 1'iaa -eanarrlm." .Oilaic.Ie. H,it.-!lL.-u'.tq..Ml'for.t.Il. 3lr. IUrUrilliornin.Lrnch'nrt Va. J. II. 4inni'. t.. iuo:a. M." i. Mr. J.A.I uzzle. Mem phi. "Ii ns. H. U. GOOCll. trO.. USWVk'O. KH3. Dr. Wlltard Cotlnii. UucXport. Sfe. o. W. 15.)iwtck. Evj Jtt ?rrll:iir.ni. Mr. l.Mz Yt.iiui;. en Lr lie. 1. Krancii Hiker. tjt , f nrlK:i-u. . Mr. J. 11. DiMnao.1. 1. rrluji Me. j:.fcUirer!ct. Kao..- t,ji- pmiieta -Oaee.lf.T. Wra.l.UaJ. DulTi;. Hu.ne. :; . ;..t.rr, t--l .2.. ti'K-'Ho. ''tlan. Mrt-Chia-K-uor:. Vo..dU'ill. l.L. W. II. II. MuRiuLry. M.irr.v-r. O. Mr. IL L. otev'ra.Tmt Wyne. Jnd. Wm. S. Slmu-A. .tilonvi:..-. K . Mr. K. Crmtei;. M. Lou. .Mo. MortlBier tfon. i:iSan Frincleco. CaL And bandredaof oUieta. COLLINS VOLTAIC PLASTERS CM re when all other rcnieUee ftt Coplee of let. tera det.iKlnic ome aatoniahibn enrcs when aH other remetiirs had beea tried wiUtoet eacceea. will te niailod tree, to tkat corraaanndence mar be had tf daired. For the care of Laute Back and aalniaaiai paeattar to lemalea. coixtxa Voltaio runm are eaaertor to aU other cateraat paaaad:a. an Be rarefal to call tor Colliwb Ye.TAJS rutna lat tuj K-ct aoaia wonaiaaa laHiSat. SeUay aU boWe aad retail qaaM tfcreeghoiK u RMed States sad Caaaoaa. aa by WKSXS max. Proprietor. Boetoa. Xaaa. SEDALIA $1.00 CHEAPEST AUD BEST PAFEP is CENTRAL MISSOURI. ONLY $1.00 PER ANNUM. Postage free tt any post nffnv in Pettis County. Subscribers who take theii paper at postoffiees outside o! Pettis Countv, will remit 20 fonts extra for postage, which is paid at the office of publica tion. Send in vour names and monev. No name put upon the sub scription book unless accom panied with the cash. Address remittances or com munications to J. WEST GOODWIN, SEDALIA, MC. BOOKS&MILLION ABwiu!rmupiuuidetowea leek. pn:ttvc.jrt brt pcfci.hi i, itn CiipCrt on. A enit I Wi. anliiMMj. Kvilw"t Virkii!tT.trx: lirv in wouioit. AUricr to briiirix)iii, Inn ciiur. U to M ir nagr, vB2al done. ciumbuob. vuaawairBi. rrwevi i:un,mcauan.hcncrRpr.tiK"B, law of Jtrru. Law of Utvr. tiynu or iarn'u wnmrn, inaraaca rcruliarto Women. Ihrir rur ao-i trra7ncs;.rt-..clr. A (.M,a lor pia.e a! contidaraze rvi:rr. of 310 1-jit S wl'titullnatr CnmTh.s. b lia'.t. iraMnitorSOKnU. 11m tiiata Miajral AVer.n e !! thri. aa!t of taipure air'i:ior. .I ou thprrtil'tb:n a Tooth and tVtir 9m on al!r life. caiuUe Varimr . ftciMakinc laamava imott-Mr vz uuhtrirr.2i'i'S m.t.1. ant mine xalnaaie mnf. mnto cuolir.iaie .rjft : mi liz. ilfT mO olairs. LB cruta. "aWiraf Arf.L. n a. Ircture on VaBroac! lint Wee. nhoed. lt irr:; Or allttn- lkf 1. Ttcy con'.. a SwSBefrtamluvrrlOO XltaatraiOa.B!f'adx2TTyw ttitcar oa tttc j-ertie ijrmi that la wotth anii: SrntM aiacte to!aina.ereoaB):eteiaOiie.:rPrcia :ulp. Sir or CVrtrcy. ffnr aiitlwr ln Lr.t ct.u:!a- Atnnt Dr. bh DiMMiiry. o.iao::asu&t. -fror aalewy Wa uaauiv. AUc NkS wa..:rj. PR. Birn it.Tr.ca all . (I'M avr and r-rtrjr fmrni aw. (11 ea awi". uim mmrn ti.Jiii . m iiaiim. aw rihe aamrra t'srm tsat t::. wit Uara 14 ta Vuit saaa.taae.Xa.!a&aaXruu. W B. D. Dean. A. P. .Morey. DEAN & MOREY Real Etlate, Abdracl and Lmn Offic RavinatnvAlistract ofTttle tO!illR-al folate in IVttia Coti'nty wntteu t date, I am pretmred o furnish crrw:t AttnM:ts at ery low rat. Also reat houses, eotlect rents, ami ! Senear agency bnsinesi.. Umee On VnlO CUteet, Adjaeen. to the CirCV Court Room, SEDALIA, MO t at irVw.laW awta. L.X.l'kl II , Tbe hanl. tncnlrl n at.r that h UMtretl In tlie aaaa! juaaava 1 renr.-il wtth a few ar pllcaUon :.t the alcrrUJoo and t iflnniinatlon utHlar.l an.l llll ll. thntlr..mom.irKif.lllniniCxOrtn! Drj'l AtTii v Dnnn i .iLLIVLI UfUUUi Centaur Jjiniments. Stiffer aot there is relief. Tbeeflorta of the CENTAL" R LINIMENTS is sabrJaiae: pain, healinK Seres, aud banishing Rheumatism, are little less than miraiTle "The moat wonderful external rem tie ever sroaaeeti. N. Y. TribnaeTh re is no kind of Sprain. Woand. Burn or Scald they will aot cure ao case of long ntaadinc Rheumatism. Neuralftia or Weak Back they will aet benefit. The Whit is for Bvrm lyase atH the Tellov for animal use. Do not longer be deceixed. Seadfora CeatsJir Receipt Reek ; it eeataias the testimonials of the most remarkable cures ever elected by aay remedy, if will be seat you jriatis, TtteCenUnrLiBiBaeBtsare sold eTerywhere, for Stf oeate and OaM DOaaaaiT bOtM THX GUsTAUB OOatPAJIT, 44 Day mv, Vew York. Castoria is the great ChiMr ea'a Msaicisr la this tectiie; g4vss the aasr rest sad taa cadd health ; THE BEST OF. ALL , LINIMENTS .m MAIT OS BUST. h Whea a medicine ass laaUllbly done I taaa a taint of a century; whea Ktaal Ita wnrk in mlllionn or caaea lor more I I readied everv part oi ue wena ; wae i LamfwriM famUIes everywhere coa-1 alder it the only safe relkwace In case of I I pain or acvhieur, u vs irewy aauc iuevi such a meuicine THE BEST OF ITS This is the caa with ihf Mexieejal -- i.BilBmeCtf Everv auul inm intelllaTcnce of a waJwale teawse I Iaawek, the aoiiy or an awflal acaJal or I l airai fcalanal. the horrors Ot gfceaa-1 IsMUsaa overcome, ami or a tnouaanu-i laml-nnn other bleasiiiKS and mercies I I performed by the old reliable Saes-I I least afastauaar a.wuaieaia. i All forms or outward disease are I speedily curetl by the MEXICAN Ivuatansr I.lnimpnt. I It penetrates uiumcic. memonine uu i tissue, to the very bone, banishing pain I and curing disease with a power that I ivr fail.t. It ia a medicine needed bv I I everj'body, from the ranchero, who rides I hl MUSTANG over the solitary plains, to the merchant Eince. and the woodcutter who apUts ifoot with the aae. It cures Kheumatism when all other appIicationtail. xoiawonaemu LINIMENT I speedily cure such ailments of the HiXAa ri.t,iii as atfcewaaatlaam, nmrtUtmgm. CataUracteel Mwsclss. J nal HeaMs. Carta. Braliet e1 aaatwlSM, lalaaaiBia I Saws, neers. VxUhUm. Caliaie twe taleecl every lent T cxtenaaJ alia-1 I ease. I It is tlie urcatest remedy for the dis- lontcrsand accidents to wliiili the liRirtt: Cheat i os are subject that Uu ever been known. It cures apratas, Nwbwjr, SCtaT Mats, Fswalee. Harmeea Mm. HataieT mHa easse, Fawt StaX, Screw Waews. Heafc, IaTallew aflans, Ssratohes, alia, SffMtwta, Farejr M aawee. VaU Kvtl, TUaa Itke MsM aael avaerr aUawr a lse wklefei taa ccssesH ar iavaJai aaat Matk Tarat are Haale. A twentr.flvo eent bottle of Mexlcma I Mustang Liniment lias on en saved a I valuable horse, a life tn crutches, or I veen of torture. I I ma ateaua wnaaai ai scar, it Kin;: w I the very root of the matter, penetraiiag I I evea me Done. i it cures evervbodv. and dlsaDDOintal no one. Jt has been in steady use fori In. are than twcnty.nve years, ana mi positively THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS ra Xa OB SIA8T. NICHOLS, SHEPIRO I CO, SaTtle Crook. Mlcli. ORIGINAL ANB ONLY GENUINE "VIBRATOR" THRESHING ICHIHERY. WB aatehleaa Vraia-Kariae;. Thai W a aaS Moncr-fat in Tbrrhra eftata T aa4 Ilea, iwtiral jii Fioiri iit lupw nicmn aM tor !-TltiK Or.iu Iriu aUr. STEAM rawer Tlweahera a SyeciaUr. aseelal 1 aUn of SfFantara mada cxpmalT br Staaa rowtr. AITI rariraleal Ste Tareaaer faf talk rartaUa aad Traetloa. wUh ValeaHe laarere. awmt. tr karoad aay otatr aua ar aina. A tanetoflve tlnaa that aaaaaat) eaa ba aud y taa Extra Grata SAVT.D Vj ttaae lawrareS Martaaaa. ruin iiiir- -n -"-- VaTaiaa waue of Orala aad tae laktlar wort deae tf att olaar Baaaalaca, wate aace aaatcd aa aw etSaneoe. IffvT aary Tsatlf Saaerlsr far Waeawats. alW Barlrr. T. ad Mc OrahM. ot U 0 ae Hl Taraaacr la Flax. TaaMHr. JHIUt. Ctorer. aad Uke r rraaa Grata t Saaea. X T-iriS Wsrkwssahla. naJsa. A rViai itiai r Puu. r ntataana of aar " ViaaaToa Tareater OntSu are Iat anila. XABTaXwCW far WsipMi H j af Parte, aalar waa laaa aa half taaaaaal Satta aad Ora. Mataa Caaaa Wart, wit aw UtMriaa? or Scattering. i Six la TwalT. Ban alM, aad tw afjlaa af J CM sa ear witta M aa ar nutatiakcd Clicalar. wkJch we aaat I r-HOr. HAIIHIS' KAUiCAL CURE FOB. SPEEAT0EBH(EA. SEMINAL PASTILLE' A ValaaMa Haaillll aal Srw Departure ia &J ical rttaace, aa ratirvlf Naw and powtivtrjr vifcrt We Rtaaad for the apeed and lOTiwa&rat Care of SeaUaal Taleaanaa a Ircpotency tr "( true way. via: Direct ADDlioatioa to th n Truda Mart Cital Seat of IS Oiwaar. tii kT AbeStptloa. aa-l eaer). int ire i (f namr on the Seaalaal VeaweaJfaaT uiaterr Irturta. lroatate Olasel, aad WiwtStw. Tte aae t t.1e luovlt . a.trr-trJ ;tb a Data er taoa.eaieare, aad dura oo ii.lr(r witU tbe orflnary fttraoua ef Ufa; ia ILKkly Jia4tl asJ t atirfce4. trmtacinc aa lanae Hmtm amMitr. and itM-rilie cOett aao the- anaal aat 1 t (iMin fritai th imm. rvatfleine trie to wrvnoa ir:anixtiea rrtaea rraaa arH-aaaae ana runin. al BOUUQ measOTV. Tani tne anaaaawa OI ' Bil ke ht. Xervoua Detxlttr. Conftaaloa of Zdeaa. Aver- aloa to SoeialY. etc- eta. aad the amanatt ol acaaaa ture eld age uuallT arctiiaa;iae Itn unuUe.aad reawr. rnct Srutnil Viaor. whaia it baa tee daraaiat lor earw Thri uMt rf trr.troeBt haa etond tbe teat ia eery Metre raara. aaJ ia aew a irt-aiBrei aacreaa. Siaaja are t.t mmch crtnbrd ia three troaUn. aaJ, aa ataae caa bear MU-iete to. e.:l U.! I tila IX any rriipa jnoi. There ia sa Noneeaee aiwut !M Prrparatioa. rrartacal eteerrataM eaablea ue to ia.tieir gaaraatea tbat f ' aatlaaaetlea. lnrin tbe eizht jrara that it baa beaw ia Itaaral aae. bate tbouaawaia ef teatiinaiila aa to Ita ralae.aaj it ia aow coereded It tbe Vediral rmfeumo tf be tbe atoat Mtoeal aeaaa yrt diroered of rraebiBf aad carinf tbia tery preealeat troablt. that aa well known to be the caaae ol satnU aataery to a aua,. ao.1 npoa wbem ataaCKS frrj mitU tbrir oaaleaa tmtraaae aad Mar ream. ThefieuieJjr lepet npiantat Nita.othreeali. No. 1. (aaeih to laat a tnotub.) S3: Wo. S. 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