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Sedalia Weekly Bazoo.
IT YOTJ TBTBIID To buy a heavy nhawl any Uok th yar bow u the tiaje. Sawyer & Springes have as imaaesm stock, and are selling them at actual cot price. A-good, heavy, double nhawl for $2. Our $S. ill wwl double ahawi now cau be bought :.c $3 50. Come aad see us. 8 AWTER SPSIH6ES, WEST MAIN STREET. 1 4 OF ADVXftTIinrO. 125 it UMCCUdtt 0 IHR MM tUM, SHUly A Weekly.. 1 70 volume XI. SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 13. 1880. NUMBER 33 WEEKLY BAZOO. - aUnX.BAXeo: 99 VftPSy OTB snnnnWnTnatOsxs 74T - tea - 1 W w aa wanuV 1 SL saut BnVAsSsVee wT SsanMa- CsmnV IftMtviflB I I OS it ' - S5 Dii Wilt Talaaage it Md about ike war a eoeteeds thev are Wine about SU - T 1.1 TT .1 1 - 3 anas ! orwuaujau xw ""J mey f a factory Wilt aad anaiatained for the rje fwrause of aneaafacturing. lies abeet him. an J is of the eaadid epia ioa that they can manufacture mlse senwas Jhet at a Walton factory can Banks tattaaa. Aceordiag to his. idea this nastury saekes lies rouad, saeare aad oUoag. black, white, yellow and never eecae windioc ap ant oace to raa at loaf at time thai! latt. A bit; bally whipped a boy at Lex ingtea, Ky. On the following day taa boy patrolled the ttreet ia froat of taa bully a house with the handle of a hag piatol protrading from his breast poaket. The maa saw this whea he casta oat and fled in terror. The boy gave chate, wildly brandishing the weapon, and the fugitive and pursuer weat through street after street at the top at their speed, the former calling pileoesly an the spectators for help. A policeman at length arrested the toy, aad tbea it was discovered that tin pistol wat aot only unloaded, but devoid of a trigger. Chief Oaray and hit wife are twiafiag down to YVashiagtoa to have a f deadly interview with the authori ties toacaieg Colorado politics. It is altogether likely that these swarthy eitixeas will meet with a pleasant re ceptioa at Washington. Being of a rehgises torn of asiud, they will be kiadly cared for at the White House ay the pious Sir. Rogers and Mrs. Hayes; bat we sincerely trust that before Mr. Oaray returns to bis plan tation be will have it clearly impressed apoa his saiad that, so far as the Utes art concerned, the American people prefer their room to their company by a krge majority. Here k a true moral tale. A Cleve land taaa tea years ago presented his little neaghter with a 10 geld piece, aad as the years have gone by that coia has beea treasured up for her. Eeosatly, however, her mother real wiag that gold possessed 'no special value, determined to invest the sa redly boarded gift in some suitable prtttat for ber child. She made the parehatt, and in payment threw down ewe coin. The acuta talesman in ataatlv poaaced upon it, and after a hm CTimmm ticvtaavu it m mum iterfeit the worst be ever saw. WwwmI thk a moral story, bat really am have entirely forgotten how the moral should be property applied. The ramore of approaching trouble between Germany and -Russia must be taken with krge grains of allowance, ktsaaia k ia ao condition to -declare war against Germany at the present time, and it is far from probable that Germaav k eager for the fray. In the rulers of either empire be glad to tarn the tide of pop ular feeling aow making things so nn awaaJertable for them at home against erne foreign enemy, bat the relief tbaa abtaiaed would be bat temporary aad the internal agitation would be revived at soon as the foreign compli cation had ceased. It k but a few months si ace the two Emperors had a friendly personal meeting in which of mutual friendship were ex- I, and it is aot unlikely that pledges will be broken in the futare. To a friend who spoke to him about it recently, Beecher said: "We be lieve much concerning the fature but are actually know nothing whatever. I do aot believe there it a bell where feu man aeiogs are to be enchained forever, because the conception is Wvilisb, not divine. I would aot de vsm aor coottract a place or condition of wadleas puaitbmeat.of any kind, aad as my God it iaiaitely better and tbaa any kumaa being, I know be bat aot. We mast interpret God bv tba highest aad beat that is within awrtelvee, and, if our conception falls; blow that, w. matt conclude that we iatakea ia the portraiture, and try agaia." Tail it paly one of tha Btaahar hertsiea. bat it it enough to ezplaia tba alleged anxiety of. the de vout Edward Batcher, who, it it said. hna btaa for stny yean greatly dis- abaat taa state of Henry s soul. The fiat Baptitt charch in Chicago heief highly indignant that its pastor. tkai lav.Tir. Imar, should be nawajai mA pltgitrbaag bit teraons frata Ustat af tba Rev. Dr. Parker, of Lsaitn. has atotbed its irritated feel iagt by ntititg Dr. Lorimer's salary. atmathieg ia each parochial which remiadt aa of Tern 'T-kaow not, I care ?wntt;tf Anwk'aia tbv swart: I know thoa art" it to be to justice to lactone to bsm, be ahetjli haa all bit wits about LwHn, aad ttpicitlly kit memory; while preparing for tba tacred desk. We bavetay mtaairj. bat if be pewnebet whatt paget of other mea aaatter fresa recollectioa Ctitiiim kaawiag that k it mot bit owi;;pty a?.l Ji- mr t - thwea'iba Written for the Seadsy Morning Batoo. HEBLEMEK. BY aOSA PEABXC Dear Friend: Your white-winged sewage cw In aafety to bc here; It' content oft proroked a smile. And oft compelled a tear. It seemed a grief for thee and me The "sweetheart of each heart" To be by Time' unending march So many mile apart. Yoo ak if I remembrance g ive Dear friend, I ne'er forget Thoae olden days, tbnae olden dream, They born in aaem'ry jet. New suns may gild the dome of Life, New Hcenea their gladness shed, The fragrance of the crimon rose Stilt linger, whea 'lis dead. So in your aoag froai out the Part, An answering aoag must reach, Like waves that leave the Eastern shore To lave the Western beach. And though we twain nay no more meet TOii aide the Rivei's brink. Thank God ! within the Leal Land, There i no broken link. WHAT MOBMOlflSat MXAV8 Sacramento Union. A woman in Salt LakeCity, presnm ablya Gtntile, enters this powerful pro testa gainst polygamv. Some months since Mr. R. brought the beautiful Miss Finnell home to be our neigh bor a plural Mrs. R. To my surprise I was the recipient of an invitation to attend the supper given in celebration of this event. Mrs. B. (the first) re cieved mo kindly, for away down deep in her life this woman and I have qualities in kinship. We sat down to aupper at 6 o'clock. Mr. R. and his first wife sat at opposite ends of the table. The new Mrs. R. Fat by "Sister Julia.' I had the post of honor, at the right of the bridegroom. This new kind of Benedict wore an almost sheepish air and was ill at ease throughout. It dawnod upon me me at last that my presence on such an occasion was a reproach to me. I was more than ashamed of my own stupidity in yielding to what appeared so plainly asa most vulgar curiosity. In such a mood it was of course dif ficult to be amiable, and as the best substitute for that amiability due from a guest at a marriage feast, I tried to be witty. Suffice it to say, we succeeded hi stinging each other like a nest of angry hornets, and nothing but our good breeding pre vented an open quarrel. We animal fed at that supper with something of the snappishness attributable to feast ing wolves. TIIA.T AGONIZING SUPPER OVER. we stood round the bright fire in the cozv little sitting room. Mr. R. had planned to take his bride to the theater, and so preparations in the way of gloves, cloaks and bonnets began. The late Miss Finnell was soon toileted for the opera in most fashionable attire. Mrs. R ray old friend stood half reclining against the piano. We had been silent for a moment, and, to relieve the embar rassment taking possession of us, I wud : "Mr. R.. it almost makes one with to be a bride again. Mrs. R. iHUghed accommo latingly. Just then Mr. R. placed his arm gently around the slender wai-t of his new bride, folding her handsome opera-cloak close to her form and drewlier toward him. She responded to this caress by a ten der upward glance of her beautiful eyes. Then I looked toward my friend, to find her face pallid as death while a look of agonizing endurance. mingled with devilish malignity, al most froze my blood. 1 baa said aloud in actual surprise before turn ing toward her : "As I live, he actual ly loves that girl." Mrs. Rs look met mine squarely. THAT FACE TOLD ME ALL. No lies now with readv lips at the bidding of fealty to religion. That agonized, refined sensitive lace pro claimed the system damned. A woman's natural love rose grandly in the awful denunciation of thoee fierce eves. A great throb of pitv filled my own woman's heart. I saw all the tortare and the noble race of self-re straint. I stepped toward her, as if to hold her in pitv to my heart My Mormon lady friend took me by the arm with almost rode force and ; whispered, warninglv: "Mrs. Cas- tine, for God's sake remember where J lJ the mantel. Amid this little flurry the bridal part v took, their departure. W women were a silent partv at first. Mrs. R- still stood leaning on the piano with her look bent on me almost resentfully. "You don't think yourself called upon to pity me, Mrs. Castine? she said, with AT ALMOST QUARRELSOME TONE. "I do pity you, Mrs. R., and I have a right to. "You think me jealous of my new sister then? "Mrs. R-, we are both proud womea. We have only to look into oar own hearts to learn what a real woman must feel under this ordeal through which voa are pnteing." 'I am not jealous, Mrs. Castine. Not only not jealous, but happy in this new .love of my husband. Our faith teaches ot to love these sisters in marriage at' our own flesh. This marriage, is not an estrangement ot my husband's love, at it would be in aa ansancUfied Gentile, but a re- at- aiKBwa marriage to myseit. in tnis marriage I live over again my own espousal, my owa bridal, and renew again the first sweets of married love." -vJjPie vmre ajt . detidsdly uncomfort ablr. iH ear .two lady companions ka va tafatber. Bntmy and. without a word having been j sjwkeii between us. alter our friend J retired she tnk into a chair and i covering her lace with her hsud? lti . . arte crieii out iu uuternew, ua : f Mrs. Catiue, I m rami wretched! 1 - !. I 1l i ! Between me and any celestisl lights, or any glory or peace or cousolatiou inmi me or in me worm to come , THERK STANDS THAT WOMAN. . r trt- j . lietween me and all tne liirril ol my celigioa itauiU that woman. ine Kins iace is naieiui to roe; inai . uiy husband should love one for herclosed a sponge, saturated withcdloro beautv alone ! Mv imination can frro, which bad evidently been held not be held hack from ail the soul-, close againt his mouth. He had re torturing, crucifying things which ' tired at 12 o'clock, after an evening at follow in the traiii nt thii marriage. bi$t, and appeared to be in unusual The box at the theater hold to-night ly good spirits. He had been a great - n mi ' !r.M.KJ C. C C mm mr k aMl mrkMmmA k,M a man and wite not more, mere are the gentle pressure of hands, the glances of loving eyes, the bleuding ot hues into one destiny of this life the most exquisite rapture of the honeymoon, which cheats itself with thedelusionjthat a capital stock of love had been laid in sufficient to draw upon for life. Beyond these rise, in spite of all pretense of spirituality, the bridal bed, the cradle, the child in whose veins there can be no nnnminnlina li fnMirranf nt tint nn father and one mother. All these things one man can have only one woman in marriage. No, with Mrs. i Castine, marriage to one woman un marries a man to all other women or there is no marriage " There was no answer ; I offered none, but kissing her coM forehead I left her alone with her desolate sorrow. A LUNATIC'S RatVSNGX A Bomantic Story of tha Kirk bride Asylum at Philadelphia. From the Ph:lade'44iia Pro. Six or seven year- after the Kirk bride Insane asylum was opened in West Philadelphia, a young man was brought there for treatment tor a mild form of insanity. He was the eon of a wealthy Georgian planter und larfre slave-owner. He was educated at Yale college, but before graduat ing he ran away to fi?a, and. after some years' absence, he was picked up by an American vessel on one of the Southern Pacific island. He then returned home, but about a year later his mind becoming disordered, he was went to Kirkbride's asylum. His case was rarely violent, and the keepers regarded his threats of ven geance npjn them made by him as harmless. Oue day he asked Dr. Kirkbride to allow him to go to Washington to visit some friends, but the dttor refused pitively. "All right fir," the man replied, "you reftwe me. and upon the honor of a Southern gentleman, you shall pav lor it." Dr. Kirkbride thought little of the threat, and would lake no precaution to prevent him from carrying it out until one morning the patient was missing from the asylum, and then it Dr. Kirkbride said; "Oh. he'll re turn hre before long," and he did. He returned one night, scaled the high wall of the hospital and concealed himself in a tree. 1 he next morning, while Ir Kirkbridge was walking in the grounds, a shot was heard, and the superintendent fell to the ground wounded. The man then decended from the tree, gun in hand, and gave himself up. The bullet had glanced from Kirkbride s head, doing noi serious damage, and buried itself in the soft flesh, where it remains to this day. A charge of assault with attempt to kill was entered against the man, but the verdict ot insanity was found, and he was sentenced to the Eastern penitttnliary for "safe keeping." and on the" 29th of this month it will be twentv-nine years since the patient took up his abode in - -. . ii the eastern penitentiary u -pnsooer No. 1." No oue thought he would re main there lone, but bis father lost all his tnonev bv the war. and so ended W iley't chance for freedom. Twenty five vears after his attempt on Dr. Kirkbride's life, the enerable physi cian called upon him in his cell. As he entered the warden said: "Do you know who this is!" The prisoner looked up quietly, and, after a moments pause, said: ,4Yes. that is Dr. Kirkbride. whom I tried to kill twentv-five vears ago. He insulted me, and I promised, as a Southern gentleman, to punish him for it, and I did." Toward the end of his life he re gained his reason sufficiently to long for his old home in Georgia. He used to sit uu in his well-worn chair and ask his keepers sadly if they thought w a ir hut people wouia eena tor mm oemre he died. On the 15th of April, 1878, be quietly expired at the age of 68. DRKSDKlf. DaxsDEK, Jan. 10, ISM. Tom. Conwav. of Marahall. waa in town laat west. He is baying norass and malea. John Dorvey came ap from St. Lnaia on Tneaday. Re waa heartily wekoaaed by hia many frtenda. There haa been several eaaea of fMien onia here. Fonr neraowa in wne family dying in one week. Captain Duttglaa haa aanved hia work ah op on Main at reel. He invites all his old part raa to call. Dresden can heart of n abee maker ahon now. A Mr. (wars, of Lasaente, com taeaced nnainem here lact week. The Eev. Box, of Piagah, Cooper roantv, will preach in the Btptiat charch, the aecoftd Bnnday ia Janaary. There wsa n anit for damagea in town Monday, which malted in one man any iag a dollar and the re tba cent. Col. naoady and Henry Lamm, two noted attomeva, of Sedalin. are In town to day, trying the east ef Johnasn an. aWrnatt. Lee Brown haa retnrned from Kanaaa, wham he haa teen patting In hia wheat. Ha einecM to hart aaeat ana m aaaka ait A BCCEHTKIC BICH MAI. ! sniula of he WalthUat nWnhn- 7 " ; lor innonnsra unio. arind.owoiSiui. Janaarr . l.imrrl f f 'llanHa trie bachelor millionaire, was v - - - i dead on the floor of his sleepfag-room j early tLk morning, having Commit- j u uciuuk ui vuimv form His head was euveloped in a , - "-"! is muhti, invalid for fiftv vears. and could have survived but a short time longer. His physician had put him to bed reglarly every aight for two years. When bis father, the late Leonard Chase, came to Cleveland, about 1810, this was almost a wildaernass. Chase was a man of saaall means, and a farmer becoming indebted to him for a yoak of oxen, ha was compelled, reluctantly, to accept a ten acre lot for the debt. The lot is down in the heart ot the city, and made the Cases millinnaries. Leonand Case left two 'sons. William and Leonand. Jr. Wil Ham was formerly President of the Lank Shote Railroad, and alter wards Mayor. William died in 1862, and Leonard, the elder, in 1865, both without leaving a will, and Leonard, Jr., thus came into possession of a nronertv estimated to be then worth U7,00,000. This has nearly doubled since 18G5, so that when Leonard Case I died he was the richest landed pmpri ' etor in the Slate. He was born in ' 1820, graduated at Yale, studied law in Cincinnati, and was admitted to practice in 1842. He never followed bis profeion, however. He was one of the finest mathematicians in the country, and liesides a fine classical scholar. Some one in 1855 having made the assertion that the Atlantic Monthly would not accept a poem ! from a Western source, no matter how meritorious, he wrote and sent anonymously "Treasure Trove," an historical poem, which was accepted and afterwards reprinted in book form. In lo?6 he published a volume that waa favorably received. Hia ec centricities were' many. When a young man he purchased teu beauti ful steeds, and presented them, hand somely caparisoned, to as many of his lady friend. Noticing an old acquaint ance walking the street in a dejected manner, and evidently meditating on a recent lots of fortune, be slipped up behind him, and, placing in his hands, which were folded behind his back, a ! roll of bills, amounting to $500, fled precipitately before the man could discover his benefactor. One day he drove to the Hcntld office and invited J. H. A. Bone, the editor, to take a drive. Passing along one of the prin cipal residence streets, he pointed out several lots, and asked Mr. Bone which he thought the most eligible for building. Bone made a selection, and Case said, "Well, build a house on it and send me the bills. When it is completed I'll give you a deed of the property." And he did, much to the astonishment of the scribe. Wish ing to give a needy person a suit ot clothes without letting the fact be come knowu he took him to a cloth ing house just after an election and told the clothier to give the man a suit, as bo bad lost it to him on a wager. A few years ago he walked into a meeting of the Young Men's Christian Association, laid $1,000 on the table, and left without saying a word. He never would notice a direct appeal for charity, and some ladies, having solicited his help, he rebufled them flatly. The next day they re- cieved a $500 bill anonymously. He founded Case Library, giving 'to the association a property worth IJOO.OOU, emploved an agent to dispense charity secretly, and gave away during his life thousends of dollars. He brought Prof. Stockwell. the moat eminent matbematic astronomer since Laplace, to Cleveland and built him a fine house and observatory, besides giving him a stated income for the support ot his family. He did many other things for the cause of astronomy and geography, in both of which studies he wat aa enthusiast. He never tor gave ingratitude. Having established a friend in New York in the dry goods hutinest, the man squandered his money to the extent of $50,000, and then came to Cleveland to explaia matters. Case refused to see him or hold anv communication with hi Thereupon he made a protege of a young ton of ex-Mayor Cbapin, and on his birthday, a tew yean since, preseuted him with a check for 121,- 000. Numerous buildings in Cleve land were erected by the Cases, but those which are moat widely known are Case Hall and Case Block, which is occupied bv the dtv at a rent of aearly $50,000 annually. Leonard Cae had no public spirit, and was a hindrance rather than a help to the city. He owned 2,000 acres of aaim proved land within the city limits. When a young man be met a poor girl at a'daacing school, aad fell dea- peratelv in love with aer. one beautiful and charming, bat Leonard failed to wia her aad ever after smiled not upon womea. It ia thought that this experience did much to reader him a recluse. He died leaving no will, and his vast estate will go to some thirty or forty constat living ia different nartt of the country, bat matnlv (southwestern Illinois. Bkla for tha Poor Farm. 6eaua. Ma Jan. 9ih, 18wf. Bid will be received at the February term of the County Coart el Pttta far keping aaanera at the County Pane Farm fur the year 18X). The right to rvjtcl any aad nil bian ia l-llaswlt R. T. Fuxa, dnrk. AH AWFUL ALLIANCE, v:a.i.i m:r. tosi AOtwocua. xauiuieaaa wne mud Her Paramour. j "Thair Unfortunate Victim Bahaad-':l,1f found: a ... . . - mta a irat mtmtmm hmima. i j. . : .r.. , ... ffilwington, North Carolina, Friday !at, t . I T -1 - . . I : . H. ia that State, laat year, atathi got up ebrlj Friday morning, and dreawed hiaaaelf j afith a greatieal of care. Akool 9 o'clock I tw wife of the murdered Man, who waa the " eaaae nt the tragedr. weat to the tail aad atttat about an hoar with the condemned I a... .fter arkieh ha iUeetMi f h tular.r of hmtiate It devotional diitiea. Two colored jcaahier of J. A. Cooper A Co., aad .i.utM with I.'nu.. n the time keteaibmled from them at varions tint' was carried to the g!low. Ai 1:10 Mathie i waa reaaovea) from hi Ml and conducted ta the ensirtu of death erected in the jail yard. Aa the eitcuti;m a pr:vt oae, no one waa admitted within the priMn wall except reoorJera ami friend" of tlit: r-n-deaarted ni.in. Mat hi made a full run feaaion of hi crime upon the "C-ifF.Id. tie expreMfrl no regret for hi brtiM act. At lrW the the drop tx polled, .and MMhw' body awung into the air. He rrnmtrd hanging eighteen minntra, when he w catdown, the phyriciaca haying pronounced that deatn had eiwud from Mrnnicuiarion. A BKCTAL CRIME. Allen Mathia murdered Retilwa Ken ning, colored, near Morria Creek in Ten der County, N.C.oa the22dof Septem ber, 1878. Aa happena with many mur der, there waa a woman in the cae. Nhe waa the wife of the murdered man, and a woman of notoriously bad character. 8he waa known for veara aa the mUtreaa of her ! hutband'a murderer. It wat thi fact, too, which led to the aisrder. For ome time previou to the murder Henniag had been cognisant of ih fact that there wa crim inal intimacy between Lucy, hia wife, and Allen MaUita. He nard every elort in hU power to break np the unholy alliance. He even called in the law to hia aid, but with out ancceaa. All thn threats and entreatiea of the wronged hiwband were unheeded. In fact he even threatened the life of Henning if be perxiated in trying to interfere with him. A few data after the 22d of Septem ber the date on which the murder waa committed Reuben Henning waa niiauing. Hia wife could not or, rather, would not give any aattMartory account ol hia whereaboula. About the aame. time Matbia alao diaappeared fram home. It waa after warde ascertained that be had gone to the adjoining county of Bladen, aad while in that county had written a letter to the wife of the miaaing man, to which he aigned Ike name of thn hnaband, lb which he told her that Mathial had gone to Georgia, aad WOlild not vnr f.. an in lint, it f again. Thia letter the murderer instruct ed Lucy Henning toahow to her neighbor, in order that the contents might mtalead the autberitiet and prevent a aearch for the body of Henning. The paramour ac cordingly exhibited the teller nier around ten-' she wa- unable to i i i T-i. erallv. It aeetoa that read the letter Lewlf and naked a neigh bor to red it for her. The neighbor did ao and recoaniird the writing aa that oil. Allen Mathii. and inform! the authorities of thedi-cnterr. This anally led to thn arreat and conviction of the accused. Up on being closely quetiond by he sheriff the wife mle ao many contradictory state- menta that ahe was arrested on the charge of having been implicated in the murder. Then, to save herself, she made a full con fession. She related that Mathia had a-'c formed her that he had ainnWfU her J hnaband. THE TARAMOm's COKPraslOW. She told the cht-riff where he could ind the body of the murdered man. He went to the spot, but he did not urced is Had ing it. On the way back one ef the pre went into the cabin of Mathia aid upon : the premises found a shovel and hoe, with day remaining upon them, indicating that they had been used. It waa then that a well near the house had been ailed np. A comparison of tha dirt on the "hovel and that with which the well had been filed np indicated that tbev wra the aame earth. The aheriff and noasn at once proceeded to dig out the well. After going a few fret a man's hrd was found, wh'ch tba wife recognised as that of her hutband. Further down the bodv a found It waa proved that in the interim between the writing of the letter and the confession of hia parx moar, Mathia had retnrned to the neighbor hood. He waa caught and at once com mitted to jail along with hia miire-. In the case of the woman a nolle r,fW entered. Mathia was bronchi before tbe Hnperior Court ef Pender County, at the December term, 1878. He pleaded not gailty. The cam, ai the request of tbe acc need's con nee, waa continued antil the next term of the Court, June, 1879. The accused waa allowed a change of venae. the cam waa tried in New Hanover County. The jury wsa mixed, coasistieg of aeven white and ire colored men. Tne principal witness was the wife of the mur dered man. 6 he elated that she had gotten the consent of her huabaad to get some writing paper from a neighbor's hoese. fine went accompanied by a female friend Net aettinc the paper ahe went to the cabin of Mathia, accompanied by the aa woman, wne left her there with Mathia. Soon after the woman left, Henning was seen to approach tne hone with a big hickory stick in his hand. Matbia seised a loaded gun, and, going to the door, warned Henning le come no nearer. Heaaing, however, continued to advance. Mathia snapped the gaa, bet it would not go off, aad be then wrack at Henniag with the slock, bet the latter warded off the blow with) hia stick. Mathie then dropped the gun, nicked ap an ax, and made a farioua assault span the eatragsd hnaband, aacAPiTATiwa ra vicnxt He struck the uafertnaale man three Mews ia the sine, and felled him tnthe eerik with a blew ee ta head. While the mm Itj mutt r:. .-tless on the earth Mai hi very coolly -tuoJ over hia body and brheadtti h victim with the ax, fevering the iik froai the b dv with thre blow. ! 11 th... ii,p- i,-,.i .Bd ivmI, : . Mii .nearbv. Durinj; tle COUrw of the trial ( wBinl indiarrent t every-! thinir that wn rffiirir r.n around hiin. He' w.na found guilty, and -loenced lo be( hanged 01 Friday, January U. The saur-j oerer b!ck nrro. Uut five feel. Bin -u.ci in ht-sjtht, aad of powerful J jiuiii-. ULAA U1I1E .HHUUAIdHU An Ofc-Told Tata. leratea iticner unratu trial, .n h -riiaieaI intl ot Kaitmui City, cul-j mia. rnday 9llt.rnfon hr lh iiipv r. turning a verdict of gaiitv J ' ' . a charged. OriSlh Wtt formerly lb treated! moitey amounting in all to $90,000. lie returned $15,000 more which he had accreted aad left the city, but waa arretted aoon after at Wellington, Kan, and placed in the Second afreet jail laat July. The atory t that of a min'a lauae from virtue caaaed by the wile of one of that claaa of women who tell virtue the community under foot in their inaane atraggle for money. Orifith had aa miatreM one Lillie Campbell, a beautiful but ainful woman. He f tied op a gorgevia home for bar on the Etat aide, and. although poaaesaed 0( beautiful and loveable wife, he wat ao completely nnder the epelt aa toalmoat deaert her for a amtte from hiamirtre, while bi wife waa forced to b: content with what he choae to gire her. The miatrea reveled in luxury, bought with hia employer's money, and yet, not withstanding hia devotion to ber, the waa treacherously gi-ing a portion of the moaey to a gambler, and langhing in her tdeeve at her victim' folly. The acene when the ver dict waa rendered waa an exciting one, Mrc. Griffith receiving it with a moan xi ahe aank lo the waa unmoved. dor, white her huabaad IlfDIANS NEGROES. Everything Doee Hot Run Smooth in the B. I. T. White Man Walpped for With a Geta Severely Cohabiting, Hegro. It haa not been a great while aincn St. Clair county waa thrown into great excite ment by the elopement of a young man well-known in society circles, wrra a utano wowan by the name of Cox, and their marriage waa performed in Kanaas, under the law of that Slate. The woman was about three fouiiwa white, aatw haU mll (umwl r.. -. After the marriage oar hero determined, when considering the excitement thia act of hi- had rauaed, not to return home, but to cat hi" fortune in a different State. 1 hia waa one or two veara ago, aad the couple Srxt look up their abode in Kansas. ... . ! Tljjnjl4 not pro-per with thenl( however j d h , h mI west 1,, . . 1 Texas, where he did odd jobs, and worked J railroad. The worn n obi:ted to ! VT lu mA lu ntat nn t - , , . ... : i. i her hou-eboldeftrta and departed t.ae.rcb 5 tr ; Ti-wr ttfttin' ' 8he found hia in Deniaon. and once more all become at lovely and serene aa a "Mid summer night dream." For a time for tane smiled upon them, and tdey laid by some of thia world' goods in anticipation arainrdav. but the husband waa not Mt;4gl. Ie wsa one of the kind that would rather I the head ot a rat tbaa tbe tail of a lion, and he determined to seek out a farm and engage in agriculture, aad like many more bis eye turned wistfully to the acamrcx. indiax TcanrroKT. To think was to long. After a time he went over, built a log cabin, bought tks nrceary implements, and prepared to go into tbe agricultural business. The In dians look with disfavor upon the attempts of the white men to contract their banting grounds, and when they were told that tbe wife of the new settler was a descenlect of tbe African race, their BAUE KNEW JtO BOC3D. However, they permitted matters to take their course until about noon, Tneaday last, when a half-breed known as Ike I Williams picked a quarrel with the hus band ot tne unx woman iwaoae name we withhold out of consideration for his family) and got a severe beating. This; aroused the anger of all tbe half-breads in the country, and Toesdey night they wont to his cabin, brutally outraged hia wife, tied him to a tree, aad burned the hooae down together with its contents. Bruised and sore, he went into Caddo Fri day morning, and, on enquiring, found oat that there ia no law for n white man in the Territory which the ixmanb ana aocso ts arsrxcr. He, however, succeeded ia disposing of his property, aad was ia Had alia yesterday. having determined to go to lows, where he believes a man will he protected in living with the woman whom he married, no matter whether negro bleod courses through her veins or net. While he, doubtless, richly deserved some punishment for hie marriage, still, what he received waa entirely too severe. Defnalter aad Msanng. Philadelphia. Jaa. 10. George C. Itssoa, tbe missing secretary of the German Fire Insurance Company, is aaaoaaced as a defaulter. Hokhag Washington, Baa. 10.-The com mittee appointed by tba Board of In dian Gmmissioaers to iavestigate the charges against Iadiaa Qmmissoaer Hoyt are holding a secret nVsppraaafag thn tlave Trade. Alexandria, Jaa. 10. Greaeral ra- gret is expressed at the depsrtare of Gordon Pasha. Taa suppression of tne slave trade, taeagh well segue, is far from keiaf aemaltted. TELEGRAPH ' , ,, Ateociated Preat Ditpatchea to the Baaoo Over the Weatern Union Coatpany'a Line up to Four O'clock. THE DAY'S DOINGS arl;. a2ati: p . . ' frnm in at cu imy jnng xonu W 1- T 1.1. IU UWH XtfWDXM. Moowy Flowiof; in to Believe the DietrMi in Ireland. An $18,000 Fire in Milwankee, Wisconain. Hon. Jamee S. Barnes Shot and Silled. The German Prince Reported Dying;. Farnell and Billon Fay Their Seepectato the Mayor of Hew York. TheKafne Muddle- Boston. Mum., January 10. An Augusta Maine .special to the- Journal eavM iu the House, when called to order, there were hut fifty-four men in their .-eat:?. The Republicans were all absent. Visitors were admitted by a ticket from General Chamber- Iain's office. At twenty miuut.es past nine the IIoue adjourned until Mon day at teu o'clock. The Senate ad journed at eleven o'clock until Mon day. A resolution wa passed providing for a committee on State valuation, Mr. Locke objected to such appointments when cities were not represented. There are said to be some one huudred stand of arms concealed in the large storage room connected with the State Library, and a guard of some sis to ten men, armed with muskets, is placed over them. Mayor Nash objects to these men re maining armed in such manner while bis police for ia omluly, and ia in cob aultatiuu with Ocu. OhatmberlatB ill regard to their removal. A letter has been received by a fusicnists from A. W. Gould, the substance is as follows: "Say to all that in my opinion i u the Governor and council should be chosen befere and action is taken ou filling any vacancy. I also .l- i- .1 - - r .i. i.. j i ..1.1 opinion oi u.uuuum be entirely disregarded. We must hold the State government at all Ten!f' ,fr " C"n P0.?8 de fairly. Let not a Republican be seated in either House if he can be excluded. Fire at Milwaukee. Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 10. -About half-past three o'clock this morning a 'fire was discovered in tbe northern i rvirltnn .if tha TTall finilA A B0nrl fT i aiarm wnsounuea owing to tne nigniy inflammable nature of the material on which the Are was feeding. It looked at one time as though it would be diffcult to confine the ire withia tbe narrow limits. There was some little excitment among the guests in that portion of the building, but no one was mjurea except Manager Auusaei, who received a slight cut over the eye. The f re was extinguished after having burned about an hour. The loss ks estimated at $18,000, principally from water. Tbe fire originated on the second floor in the wooden ventilating shaft, which extends along the north era wall of the building from tbe meat to the roof. Horrible Murder in IUinota. Davenport, Iowa, Jan. 10. Iatel Iigeace is received of tbe horrible murder last evening at the farm of ex-Sheriff Payne, in Seumal township, Rock Island county. Illinois. John U Keyser and John V. Palmer painters, formerly residents of Pennslyvaaia, had become involved in a quarrel respecting their claims to the hand of a a n?i t a a young may. unite using supper at the house of their employer, Tues day evening, without any warning Keyser seized a hammer and began pounding Palmer over the head, fracturing the skull in several places aad producing fatal injuries. Tbe murderer has been lodged, in jail in Rock Island. Tha Berlin Ambaaaador. London, Jad, 10. A Paris corres pondent discussing the probability ot the appointment of Challomel Lacour, Republican Senator from the depart ment of iMaches uu Rhone, as ambas sador at Berlin to succeed Count de Slave, says that aobody will suppose that the presence of a Radical aubes ssder at Berlin would be calculated to beaef t France. A majority thiak it the daty of the new cabinet to give proofn of pradeace and patriotism by keeping at Berlin aa ambassador who left to compromise it. Snioide of a Boy. New York, Jsn. 10. Henry Hoag, aged seveateea, killed himself to-day. He bad previous! v ajsde an aaeacccss- fat attempt. The coroner's verdict was that the boy grew very fond of books, and too much rending, witaont proper gaidiag, tamed ais heaxU Hon. Jan. S. Barnee Killed. St. Louis. Jan. 10. Mail advic -1 from New Madrid, in the extreroe southeastern portion of the State, wty that Martin Paquette. a former tenun't of lion. Jame S. Bamer, shot and killl the latter Iat Sunday hy put ting a load of ilu4 from a hot gtm into hit left breast. Paquette was ar rested. The a flair grew out of a dis agree'wmt while settling their lajjil account-. War Amelea Advancme. Bergen. Jan 10. At KruttV osIh! Hshiuent at E??eti. prices are in gener al about 50 to B0 p.-r cent, higher than three month ago, nixi most lik ly Kruifc will have to engage several hundred additional workmen. Th pretent forcn is eugagd up to the eud 1881, aud many orders had to if refused. Russia aud Chili particular v figure in the orders for war materia!. Trench Snbacriptiona for Ireland. London, Jan, 10. The Catholic Bishop ot Achonri, Ireland, in ar knowledging the French subscription- for the relief of the distress in Ireland, dwells ou the condition of his Hock and declares it h painful to have t stretch out their hands towards Amer ica and Franco rather than to tfourish ishing England which yearly receive million from Ireland as taxes. Givan a Salute. Halifax, Jan. 10. Her Majesty Ship Bacchante arrived at the Barba does Christmas Day with the sons of the Pi nee of Wales. Albert and George on board. The princes landed and proceeded to the government house. Admiral Sir K. A Ingle hnwted hi.i flag on the Belle Roppen at Bermuda on the 27th of December, on bis pro motion to Admiral of the fleet, and waa duly honored with a general hh lute. The Prince. Dying. New York, Jan. 10. A dispatch to the Tribune from Berlin states that the Prince ia worse and hh death h believed to be imminent. The Em peror is "aid to have dtapiaved much auxietr concerning the chance to re- cover, iiurinir tne lat twentv-four hours all the members of the Prince' jamily have been summoned to Var- .een. The Diaireea in Ireland. Halifax, Jan. 10. Mayor Tobiu haa received a dispatch from the Lord Major of London relative to the dis trots in Ireland and soliciting aid. The aldermen resolved to hold a public meeting to devise means to collect monev for the sufferers. What are We Arming For f London, Jan. 10. A Berliu corres pondent says the Krupp gun factory lately. America having given a num ber of commissions. 2,000 front San Francisco. San Francisco, Jan. 10. The Irish relief committee to-dav telegraphed 22.000 to Dublin for the relief of thu sufferers. AfgheaeFled. St. Petersburg, Jan. 10. The In valids Jlusfe says that ServerKhan and Ihrk Khan, cousins ot Erhaman Khan,pretender to tbe Afghan throne, who were residing at Samdraed, have fld aero the froatier. . Parnell. Xew York, Jan. 10. Parnell and Dillon called on Mayor Cooper this afternoon in regard to holdiag a ma meeting ot the lmh with a view of raiding funds for the suffering peopl of Ireland. The Mavor assured them he would co-opeate. Parnell and Dil lon then Uft for Philadelphia. MAftKBTS BY TSUOff APH. Nkw Yoax Mosey Maxxet. Saw Yokjc, Jsn. lu. Money 5e per rent. Sterling Steady ; 8284. Bar Silrer I Government Bonds Quiet aad frm. Railroad Bond Quiet. Slate Securities Dull and nominal. Slocks Active and buoyant with an ad vance e; 3 per cent, in the entire list. New Yoax Maaxxr. New Toax, Jan. 10 Flour Dull. Wheat Spring, aeiet and aomiaai; winter, i lower and dull : No. S red and Janury 1 55. Kye Sweady ; So. Corn Quiet; 5nQM. Barley Quiet. Oats-Dull ; 4849 for mixed westers. Pork Firm; 1300. Beef Steady. Lard Shade timer ; S 05. Whisky 1 1 Sr. Locis Mxaxxr. St. Locis, McsJan. 10. Flour Stead v. Wheal Lower ; No. 2 red 1 34 ; No. 3 red 1 25. CoraEasier; 37f. Oata Hi her ; 38. Pork 13 50. Lard Nominal. Dry Salt Meata-Quiet aad easier ; 4 10 Q6 80. Bacon Better ; 5 25Q7 70. St. Lecm Lrvx Stock Maxxet. Hog Receipt. 1,809; shipments, 1,300. Higher; light shipping 4 15f4 25 ; pck iac 4 24 50; butcher toseiect 4 6ft 4 SO. Chicago Mabxxt. CaiCAeo, Iu. Jsn. 10. Wheai Strong bat lewer ; No. 2 red 1 28. Von wear mni lower ; 40. Oata-Steady ; 35. Kye 79. Barley-84. Fork Weak and lewer , 13 40. Lard Weak and lower ; 7" 90. Whisky-1 19. CancAGO Lrva Stock Xabxxt. Hoga Receipts. 9,989. Steady and lirm; packing 4 554 70, heavy shipping 4 4 90 Cattle Keceints, 1,509. Jihippinjr, ea eitfd and 19 higher 4005 25 , butebt-r active aad stron:, 2 30(2340 ; feeders atewers,rm 299(9.