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STATIONERY. J. WEST GOODWIN SZDaUalA, MO., 8k jitat retired the latest nov-kie id French and English Stationery WEDDING INVITATIONS, VISITING CARDS. MONOGRAMS. MENUS, ORDERS OF DANCING. CARD CASES, INKS. LETTER PAPER. LEGAL CAP, BLANK BOOKS, CALENDARS, At J. West Goodwin l'RIXTKR ASD STATIOSKR, SOO -and J311 Ohio St. Tha Worat Old Palicaaa in the Dwelt Iwlrilla Itmocrat. (;aeof tbe mot remarkable thing? noticable in social life w tbe unanimitj with which people ahake theii relative. Recently a gentleman arared in Canon with a letter of intra) action to one of our leading citueca from tbe citizen s uncle. After the Carsnnite read tbe letter he remarked : "Glad to see you, sir. Glad to see anybody who knows rav uncle in Cleveland. How are all 'the folks ?" "Spleudid. I spent six weeks there last fall, and X don't reallv think J ever met such a fine family of genial, j hospitable and cultivated people. "Yesr Yea, indeed I never spent a pleaatBter time in my life. Your relatives, are, indeed, the" "Well, young man, if my relatives are each ine people they roust have chaajred like thunder since I lived j with them. I lived there a year, j aad 1 thine tney are anout tna worm pelicans in the deck. I wouldn't spend a month with tbe crowd for tbe -whole town of Cleveland." "indeed." said the other. "W ell. atnee you've been so candid about it. 1 might as well remark right here .that your uncle and bis whole family are the toughest collection of old fossila I have ever had the misfortune to he steered against.' "Put it there, ahow good sense. VOUntT man VOU t'go out and take something. In a few sainutes more tbe two men I awai ii nlttilivinn Avlt tsntt tfk tllA 1 r.r . W. - c-ieveuuia relatives over a roaming schooaer of Carson beer. Tha Vaw Aamanoan Singer. Philadelphia Tolagraph. Mile. Marie Vanzandt continues to appear three times a week at the Opera Comique, to audiences limited osly by tbe capacities of tbe -building, he has as yet snog in "Mignon" 3nly, and as she leaves on the 1st of May for London; to fulfill her engage aaaat with Col. Mapleson. she will appear ia bo other opera until her return in the autumn. She is to sing then in "Dinorah," and there is ; Calk of reviving for her the pretty aM too-long-shelved opera, I J 1 "The 1 a" I coeUaaed sueceas affords another, inatanee of the triumph of Yankee pluck and inborn genius over adverse circumstances. or it has now trana-' aired that on the night of her debut there was a strange cabal in- the hoase to insure her failure. It was organised by the friends of Mme. Galli-Marie, the original Mignon, who is said to have declared that Miss Vaazaodt should never appear in the opera in question at all, or if she did j . . . r - 1 sue snoaia sing in it ior one szwgie night only. But the lovely voice, the youth, the beauty, and the talent of the charming debutante, backed "by the presence of a crowd of Amer icans in tbe audience, proved too strong for the cabal, and it was de feated. A very comical proof of the great tHMoess of our little countrywoman is shown in the attitude assumed to ward her by the other prime donnas of the Opera Comique. Mile. Bilbuat . Vanehelet, Who, up to the moment ot 'the rising ot this new luminary, was ithe star of the troupe, will not so an rafi am a lwta rtnv (llo TuOOrW -.F.Kn. t her Mignon) will act esjeec to ner, ana in general tne; fesaiaine portion of the company j faaniiest their diaiaata to her presence I c 1 ci,;.. f.n.h;ia the house is filled, the treasury is ImefiUed. the manager is charmed, and the little soac-hird goes on her aaaiadioas way rej.ncing. Patti is TrefHirted to have aaid of her on the aught of te dehat, "That little girl wUI he mv sueeessnr snsae day." An old Baltimore negro who had emi grated to Liberia years ago, ordered a jeapliiy of Dr Bull' CongnSytnp 9 short fisa ago, Hting that altboagh Coughs and Crates ware set freqaeat ia Afiica he would at Mfce lo he withoat it ia hie family. Mora thM Oiditsary Spirit. The Sedalia folks are making extensive Btsratatioaa to estertala the press gang which will aaawasble there on May Hth. Sevwral extra Barrels of old rye have bean otweted, aad tha iadicationa are that the ist 'ion will he one of more than ordinary spirit. Jtpli BermhL ItmaitatPilayamiHo-aa am moisture, like pers- Bwratioa, iatasee 'itching, increased by acralehiag, very diatreanag, particularly At night, aa if pie warms were crawling in asat ahnat the rectam ; tha private parts am mmetimra alected ; if allowed to cob twae,vwry ssrieaa malts may follow. Dr. Swayae'a All-H ealiag Ointment is a pleas- Alas far Tetter, Itch, Salt .fleaid Heaat, Eryaipelaa. Barber's Tt aa., dl Crsjaty, Catane- PrimTa eta S boxes ay mail Ie saw.aaVareas oa siprfanM eanamj , er time cent Pispaiad aaly by Dr. ,m KeiwKxihmmtAU- siilpfcis.Pa. WdayaUprisjiaiatslrag. Prmii of tfrazil." Her brilliant and,dock'- r- .U8ree ami w m. a. HAPPY HEABT8. Marriage of Mr. A. L Lindsay and MiM Katte Weaaon. . I The interesting correspondence present ed below suflered an accidental detention Hi- f-frataa KMWa BO Bounds, and in the po-t office here. While iu delayed (Uvea Temt to htB Feel appearance ie regretted, no better amends' iBfa i Caraaa Loud can be made than to now give it publics- T. tion fKi. Bazoo. Ippt.rrnv Citv. Anril On last evening the beauty and fashion of Appleton City assembled at tbe resi dence of the bride's father, to witness the nn.li .la ,.f ttml WotlO IVafcr.n Stlfl Mr. a f . n.J, It a. LrilliHnt a so- cial assembly a waa ever together at one .... - - ., - I lime ami on simitar uccaiuous, io iniui" I l i -. . . Thm j an hai been witnessed for many a day. loe. , picture of the fair young bride a ahe en- fend the parlor with the man to whom -he waa about to pledge her love -nd obe - dience, enchanted oy the addition of beau- tiful ladies in fine toilet,, and the hand- somest of flowers, was one not to be soon forgotten bv the attendant. The scene gained additional importance by the fact tht i hrid unci rooni were therenre - aentatiom of two of Miouri'fl ht fam ilies, and that the friend.i and relative were of the elite of the city. Tbe dural decora t iima have never been equaled at any other wedding celebrated in thU city. The flower and pi an u were extremely beiutifnl, lending to the fnttive and j'iyoua i scene their aweet odor- At an early hour the invited guexts anibled, the rela tives and intimate friends of the pirtie, and at 7:30 o'clock.the bride and groom ap peared on the floor. The ceremony waa performed by Rev. O. V Crka in an in? poaing manner, the gneata aborning a standing pwition during the observance. The bride was attired in a magnificent and coat It bridal robe, ornamented with the uaual long bridal veii, orange bios roma. and a orofnoion of ornament. In deed be was a perfect picture of beauty. After tbe ceremony, upier aerved by the parenta of the bride. The gathering waa a large one, however, the elegant real dence twin well filled with Indira and sen-1 fi..n.n tin KmiI ni.tntf w. wimIi hrifl wd to"m pf-P-riiy and joy. It waa an informal gathering, winch devoted it-elf nMMfiitiyii. f n nnn rw r 1 1 iti ni nitviricr fill . . i .i.,.; rexpect to an elegant supper wrvcd during ( , . .iJ Jie evening, fhe preaenta were coatly and or a aubatantial nature, ... . . j . ! among which your reporter noticed an elegant gold watch and chain presented the bride by tbe groom, aUo a very expensive j 1 beautiful .ulver ice pitcher and holder, i ami and i . . . , . i many mntrr I'lewmr n.ru iiuuiriuu: iu mention. I Mr. and Mr. Lindsay left on the S:30 j i. k., . .i.,.n hrlrl-l m..r I lal tour, ' will oc-1 'nd upon their return to the city will ,)C. I . o - i i cupy rooms ai mo r rici uuune. i The couple have the wall wiahea of all ' for their future. Ia your life worth 2o cent 7 U it is ; io not neglect a Cough or Cold. Ui-e Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup at once and be cured by that never failing remedy. WARSAW ITEMS. Warsaw, Mo.,May 3. Special Cr.r.srifndeni'e of the Baroo. The democratic county central com mittee met to-day at the Register office pursuant to a call, and organized by elect ing Dee. Rtese chairman in place of Hon. ) Wm. A. McClaindish. The democrats of ' Benton mean business Ibis fall. Circuit court. Judge Foster P. Wright . . tne "ench, convenes to-aay with a lair . m ..aaratf-a a SWT d.- h'.of Sedalia; Matt. A. Fyke and R G. Boone, of Clinton, and N. K. Chapman, 1 of Windsor, are the foreign attorneys in . attendance. R. W. Campbell, ot this place, was j elected a member of the judicial circuit j and a genertl mass meeting was called for Saturday, May 22d,for the purpose of elect- j ine delegates to all conventions which have been called and the days of meetings named j . . . o 1 by that time. KF.. I All over the world Dr. Bull's Cough j Syrup is making its way, and every place it reaches consumptive people are more sel- j dom aaet. It is trnly a blessing to human-' ity, and cnsu only 25 cents. IA Verdict of the Coroner'a Jury- ! At an adjourned meeting of the coroner's ! jury in the case of John Roger?, held at the ofice of Dr. Jonea at three o'clock this atternoon, tiic following verdict was ren- dPrrd ; ;et the jury .find that John Roger came to his death bv being run over by an ex press train, pulled by locomotive No. 101. on the Missouri Pacific railroad, aid that ,jrS5 are in nowise th of aaid John yORM. F. H. Pollard, James Ki-xlv. E B. BrRROWM. aff t'Ow MS si arw30i4Ka Jos Hillis. J. West Goodwin, Foreman. It has been pretty definitely ascertained that the deceased w-a at the.Frm" on tbe 29th ull , and at the time considerably intoxicated. He left there about four o'clock, in company with a companion, hut from that liuie on. nothing could tie lean ed regarding h.s wherealonts. A CARD. ' To al who are suffering from the errors aad indiscretions of youth, aervoua weak ness, earley decay, lean of manhood, Ac., I will send a receipt that will cure you. race OF CXABOTC This great remedy waa dia covered by a miionary in Soath America. Send a self addressed envelope to the Rev. T. Inman. Station D. New York City. Wsrrensburg Woolen Mills, War renpburg, Mo. We pty high pricfor wojl and those who come earlv will get the benefit of low prices in good, for they must advance with the high price of wool. We are paying now fifty -five cents per poand, and for choice lots sixty cents for tub washed wool, unwashed. in proportion. We do all kinds of castom carding, spiaaieg and weaving at low prices. All work and goods warranted. We caa please job, try os. E.L. DxGajuxo A Co. Wool! Wool! Wool! Farmers, beware of wool specalators aad street buyers, for they do sot pay fnllvalae for wool,, but go to the oil reliable Sedslia Woelen Milk, where yoa cm get the high est market price. Doa't fail to' go aad ass W4t JONES' JABBEUNO. Tht Grett Unwished VifiU Se . ialia Only to Find bis "Rival PIam m aw warn. - ' "Ranger' Joe, registered a from Fort Collins, Col., tu ia the city thin morning, at the Garriaoa. He casae in response to a telegram forwarded by Bob Leaverton kbc tfn dayB frminK him that Tom d....:......... r . i. .r : j . ...... .. , in the robbery on the Hth of April, ws in . .. custody and would be held until Iim ar- J r'ta' ; pruuau.y uy-ue year ' of He " i neighborhood of 6re f1 "n ,nch' ,n n'1 WMr j"hW bear,, el1 "Prlnkled with gray, ' H P2001 Ppe-rance is anything but ' prepoing. and very other won! is ac Jwapanied with an oath. Hi- wearinC i I'Pre' Mi'ST FII.THV indeed, Iuh ahirl being dirty beyond de acription and covereil with tobacco juice. He carries with him a heavy cane, which be is almost constantly twirling in bin hand. He i the la.n mm in a gang of a thousand men one would pick out hh the poftieftfror of ao large a rum of money a he a a. a a i . m riaimeu to nave neen molten oi, and it is no wonder that hia awertinn as to the amount was receivd with a certain degree of mirpicion. He waa standing on the Grrion Jiotm platform at eleven o'clock thin mornint;. when a Bazoo reporter acaxied htm with ! the inquiry : "Is your name J.mes?'" With a acowl that w-i ti!nwt wiiharme the great unwhed replied: 'Ye, uiy name i Jonea ; "WHO IX THE HELL ARE YOC ?" "A llAZ'Xj reprerenta'ive, Mr. Jone, and would be plea-eti to have you accord j me a few minute' conversation replied reortr. 1 "To hell Willi vou. 1 don't want a damned bit of conversation with you; . . . i . . t i . . ' - me, but I won't talk to anv of vou Gd ' damned reporter. I have been bt:it out of " can go to hell Seeing tint the old gentleman waa con- y - - 'aooth him. but to no avail, ao turned on hi heeI and . wlM off' whi,e wa aim maKing ine aiiuoapnere oiue wiin hia cur-. That old man Jones han't the first at- .a a a a inwiie oi a gentleman will not ne aenua bj any who are acqtuinteo w.th him. He ir rough, uncouth and - - A t ckouaro withal. mine inKifp a urmir, eariy ims inurn- ing, at ore of the principal saloon of the Pj,. i,e informed the barkeeper that he did nol ln,t Pennington had been di-- 0hrgl until he arrived here last night. when he expressed himself in language ' more forcihlethan pnlif, and ami! all connected with the ci.- as teifig "a ct of ! damned thieves" who only nl for him ti , return in hopes tlmt they utiIii again rob him. He 6aid he did not receive the tele gram informing him of thea arrest until after Pennington iiAO hkek mscilAK:rn ' h arna nnt ififf.rmit if f li ntUui ann ! supposed the prisoner was still in cui-todv. iJe hd ppent $500 in trying to capture the robbers .but be was now done, and "the i " whole .h-IB could 0 lo - jUlfi . - n B(lbjll hi)l rfor? ' 1 ne i.ft thi. afternoon on a freight for K,naB CitJf mnd wi, wrobably steer clear ' of the future capital hereafter. Ta-ta, Mr. Jones. Married. In Sedalia, Mo., May 2d, 1SS). by the Rev. D. T. Sortwell. Mr. Geo. T. Hard- castle, of New York, to Mrs. Adelaide naracasue, 01 iseuaua. . D ... lt3 . NewYork,Baltin:oreandht.L'juiapsera please copy. EXIT AT EIGHTEEN. Sad Tragedy Enacted Near Warrenaburg Sunday Evening Laat. A very sad and bloodcurdling tragedy waa enacted at the residence of a Mrv Zachariab Brown, about seven miles south west of Warrensburg, last Sunday evening, the malt ot which was "one more unfor tunate gone lo her death." Miss Belle McConnebay lived with her father on the adj lining farm to the Mr. Brown above mentioned. .?ne was a CHABSIIKO YOCSO LAUV. just blooming into womanhood, at the ro-1 antic age of eighteen. Mr. Brown had a j grandson named Smith living with him. wno nan uecn on very loiiaanue irrui" wmi Miss Belle; but we are sot informed as in the nature of this intimacy, nor as to the extent to which it had gone, more than ran be conjectured froat the trsgidy in which it resulted. Miss Belle left her father' bouse ome three week ago. and was BTAYINO -TMKK BRADLEY S. commonly known as General BradleyV, j about four miles west of Mr. Brown's. She lefl Mr. Bradl-v s last Minday mormr.g and before leaving she deposited with Mrs. Bradley a locket and several unfinished garmenhvejad said she was going to Mr. Brown's to kMI yoang Smith and then kill herself. Oa arriving at Mr. Brown's it was late in the evening.' aad they bad all . . . . - , . retired for tbe night The first intimation they had of the presence of any one was when they beard THE RETORT OF A PISTOL at the door. When Mr. Brown went out he found her lying at the door, with a pistol near her side, and a bullet hole through her head. Young Smitb had gone to Colorado a sbcrt tisse previous, and it ia possible that she hsd learned thii from some oae after she left Mr. Bradley's. An inquest, was held oa tbe body yesterdsy.and the verdict of the coroner's jury was that the young lady has committed suicide. From the easy ex peetoratioa, increased respiratory power of the LuBea, aad tbe removal of irritatioa, manifest from cessa tion of Coach and ether alarmiBg syaip toms, after uaiag Pel low's Osai poand 8y rap of Hypopkespailea, it is clear that tha for mation of tataBrcaloas matter ia set eel? lapped, hat that aimed aepoailsd is sway. Sedalia Sketcea for tha Graphio. Mr. 'A. B. Green, of St. flnuta, is ia the jcity to-day, securing a number of sketches for the Ne York Graphic Among the j place of interest to which he ia paying at i irimuo ic i unci n muri, nwum uu ' preabjrteriaB churches, Smith 'a hall, tbe M., K. & T round bouse, tbe park tad cime of the scenery on the narrow f sage road. Mr. Green i represented a an adept at the buinp4, and no doubt he will do the future ratutai lusttce. laer will aonear in thedaily (irapkirin about thiee weeks. Circuit Court The following is tha record of y eater day afternoon's work : National Bank of Sedalia vs. Cord Kraae. Plaintiff enters appearance. State of Missouri vs. Milton Graham. Continued generally by consent. Sedalia Ewing et al. Vs. E. R. Keller et al. Deiemtant tiles motion to dismiss, Jmirs M. Bigler vs. Gtorge Potter ct al. Defendant, J E Potter, 6les separate aa saer. 4 Jtues V. Rhine, Sarah E McNult and Michael McNult, her husband, and R-tchael S. Phillips and John Phillips, her husband, vs. iraiuuel X. Rhine et al. Plaintiffs dis miss suit and pay costs. Martha Paget v.a. Jah.er Paget. Plain tiff withdraws motion heretofore filed for temporary alimony. I. N. Baker vs. Henry D. Stringer et al. Ifefei.dants' motion lor plaintiff to give se curity for c-sl sulainrd by court, and pl.-iintifl given until May I0:h to give Faid liond for co-Is. J, C. Hijrjiir. vs. Keece Hughes. Mrs. A. L. Snupon by attorney tiles interplea in gaiiiishincnt Kgamt W. L Black. Wesley S. Lyi.der vs. T. C. Crowley et al. Appelh-e enter his voluntary appear mce. Thomas H. Pemberton vs. J nelson Me Keehon et a I. E. J Smith was apfiointed Kiianlisn ad liirtn for minor defendant Al ph McKelion, and delVndaut file answer. Wm IJirgin vs. John O'Keele. Defend ant files motion for plaintiff to give secu rity for cost. Samuel M-mMox vs (J ion Trust Compa ny, of New York. Defendant fites answer. TO-IAY. The wtiole forenoon, and the afternoon up to the hour of goins to pre-, wa con sumed in tlif cniiiinua:ioti of the trial of the ejectoieni suit of Henrv D-uiaad vs John T. Kalers, and it is by no means cer tain that to-morrow's sun will not rise on the wrath of the litigious parties thereto. 1 he jury in the cae ot Uemond va. Kthrs reiurnetl a verdict in favor of tbe defendant. 1 he proceeding found on the miaute book last night were tbe following: John F J-.fline vs. H. L. King etal; defendant files motion to make plaintiff J give security for cols. John J. Collins vs. Peter Divine; plain litVtiles. answer to interplea ofJ.R. Brown. Jason Chamberlain vs. S. L. Heigbley man; case continued generally by consent. George Knapp, vs. Vernon V. Knapp, et al., defendant?; L. F. Short and J. F. Landerman enter voluntary appearance. David Hillis et al. v.. Henrr D. Stringer; plaintifi files amended etition. G (. Vet v.-. Ctirlis Field; bv consent defendant amend- his answer and casecon tiniifl jjfnerally. Alfred M. H-iwkc vs. J. C. Higgins; de fendanl files answer. Wiu. Cergin vs. John O'Keefe; court utains motion requiring plaintiff to give Mourily for cols, and by concent plaintiff i uiven sixif day after this teraa of court to tile bond. Joseph C Higgins vs. Lemuel S. Mur- ray. The care was taken up, and by con- ent and agreement of the parlies, the court finds plaintiff is tbe owner of one dark bay mule, one black horse mule, four years old, and that plaintifi has been damaged in the sum of one ceaj. Defend ant pays the costs. Wm. Sesse.iderfer vs. Samuel A. Kemp et al.; plaintiff dismisses at his costs. W. W. Pollard vs. Sarah A. Mann et al. ; parties file stipulation to settle ibis s uit. The State ex rel. Pettis county vs. R. C Sneed et al. ; by agreement this case is dismis-ed at cosls of defendant. , Fred. Lyserand Rebecca Lyser vs. John W. Seibe and John W. Houx; plaintiffs dismiss at their costs. Sheriff Murray acknowledged the deed to Winfred S. Hancock, conveying all the interest of Thomas F. Paratett sed Mar tha F. Parazctt, to certain parcels of land Elizabeth W. Crawford vs. Ortmaa W. Crawford et al.; defendant Crawford files separate answer. J. W. Buehong vs. C. G. Taylor et al.; defendants file motion to set aside judg ment unit quash the execution, and also file a motion to qua.li return on summons to garnishee and In release garni shee. E'lhu Candy vs. Timothy Collins; plain tiff files petition, and a summon ordered fcr defendan . Plaintiff also files motion "?Te receiver appointed herein. jnry tried the Ci-e end found for the plain- iib, assessing dsmngts at $b-.lo. Is Yonr Hair Falling or Turning Gray? "London Hair Co'or Restorer," the mol cleanly and delightful article ever in trodiiced to the American people. It w totally diflerent fron all others, not sticky or gummy, and tree from all impure ingr ilient!- ih t ret.drr iiiny other prepa rations fibnojiou.. It thickens thin hair, restorer grav hair, gives it new lite, cures dandraf , causing the hair to grow where it has fallen off or become thin, does not soil or staii anything, Mnd is so perfectly jind elegantly prepared as to make it a lasting hair d ling snd toilet luxury. London Hair Color J U ?W ?," lt?5 ' a bottle, or sis bottle ior Jrt. fnneipal j Depol Ior United States, 330 North Sixth j mreet, Philadelphia. Died. At the Ilgen house, at tea o'clock this aorn'ne. of measle. Lincoln, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Snd, of WasMngtoa, D. C, aged three years and leu months. Mrs. Ksml and liar child were here oa a visit lo her sinter, Mrs. Travis, wife of Conductor Travi, of the Mn K. th T. rail road. Mr. Sands, who it ia Washington, has been telegraphed, and will arrive to morrow afternoon, when the remaias will be taken to Leavenworth, on the 4:40traia, for burial. Theservieea of the episcopal church will he conducted at the rooms of Mr. aad Mrs. Travis at 3:3f p. as. to sorrow. No other rtatedy has prevei so elect aal ia relieviag CoBghs aad GaMs aa Dr. Ball's Coagh Strap. It ia rewmmsadri by many physicians sad costs ealy 85 teats A SAD STOftY. amittaalVaithwrtoLiTe!7 orld Seaowated SfHritMadi ha Battha Andaraoa'a Vast aad Ftattara. It w aeldosi tae Bazoo as baea called apoa to reprodace a atora toachiag iacideat ' thaa the following which occarred iaSt.t Loaia yeaterday afteraooa, aad is laoa re laud by tha I DiipalelL Berth a Ander- soa u the aaaae of a young lady who baa aaade a brave atteaapt to end bar troubles with a doa of aaorphiaa. Aa aooa laadladj of the hoaaa at which aba waa a . . . I "t-0" m wewpppajwc wan sra(.an absence ot lour years for, the atoaiach pump aad all other ene-f which time he has m:ide a miea of aorahine were broMht into ase'tiivlv n round thi arnrl.l Th n. and the girl waa dragged back to life. IM-Dlpakk reporter called at tbe house ia qaeation, No. 920 riorth Jixth street, in pursuit of a rumor that the girl had died. aad waa ushered into the froat room, where tbe landlady was aiakiag aer toilet with the wet ead of a towel. Aa aooa aa ahe had' recoaated to tha patieat acrib all her trouble with some malign nartv who waa oinir her for fourta. i.,iiat. .h. opea tbe back door of the room aad led tbe way iato the chamber when the would be suicide waa lyiag. Bertha Aaderson, even ia her squalid aurroundiaga, i a beau ty, her whole face being regalar and her complexion pearly. Dark aaasea of hair tumbled all over the soiled pillow, and wiiea she laiily opeaed her eyes, they howed theaaselvea her heat feature. Heratoryia a. ad oae,aiid her future will oe even sadder. "I was born and raised in rn.i ' i j Indiana," she said, aftrr she bad roused heraelf enough to talk, and lived there hippilv until almost a year ago, when my mother married again. My step-father was cruel to me, aa I finally drove rae out of the house; and then to help miller, the man whom I loved, anil on whom I thought I could rely, deserted me and married an other girl. Iwasmt'tly bean-broken at the wy I waa Heated, both at home and by the man I loved, and so I came to St. Louts." "Had you trusted this man too much?" "How do you mn? No. As God is my j-idgfe, I aa as innocent aa a baby and -he cried bitterly, saying, between hersoha: 'How long will I be able to say that ia this hard aad cruel town?" ''What did you do after you came here?' "I starved for a while aad then 1 got work in a restaurant, where I had to quit because the loafers who came there kept pursuing me, and the proprietor himself followed ue itb a steady course oi ia suit. Thea I tried sewing and everything else that was honest and that a girl could do, and here I am in rags, and to-morrow or the next day I will be turned iato the street." -What will you do?" What caa I do? They won't let me die, aad I can't make aay own living hoa estly. When I ass turned oat there is only one place that I can go to. I can't try poison again, I raa't try to kill myself agaia, so the oaly resoarce of a haegry woman ia a great city ia all that ie left rone." The landlady testifies to the irreproach able character of the young lady, aad the police concur in this opiaioa. -An Old Phyaotan'a Advioe." Coughs, Colds, Asthma aad other pul monary aSectiona should be looked to and promptly treated ia time, and thaa all aerieas malts may be avoided, and for this purpose we know of no better Remedy thaa "Da. Swathe's Comfohsd oraur or Wild Cheeky. The first dose zivea relief, and it is snre to cure the worst Cold or Cough in a very short time. Tn a 25 cent bottle and be convinced, and yoa will I has avoid a Doctor's bill, aad most likely a serious spell of sickness. Price 25 cents and $1-00 per bottle, or six bottles $5.00. The large site ia the most econom ical. Prepared only b Dr. Sway ae A Son, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold by all prominent draggis. Died Suddenly. Dixon Clement, Eq., who resides in the western suburbs of the city, received a tele gram irom ntsing ana, Indiana, yesterday, statiag that his father dropped dead while at work ia his garden. Mr. Clement was 82 yean old aad ass a soldier ia tbe war of 1812, having ealistsd ia the service of hia country when a mere boy. His parents, at the time of the war, resided in Canada, but being Amsricaas aad liviBg on British soil, those who were loyal to the mother government made it exceedingly uncomfortable for Mr. Cleat eat and his family. They moved back to the tates, and young James Clement, the sub ject of this notice, volunteered ia the for eign armies. He lived to a ripe old age, snd was honored and respected aa sb honst and up right citiz-n ia the community where he1,..;. w-a anoooaed to be writimr on had resided for nsay yeara. j Seaaibl Canadian Mr Gad hois, of Brock ville, Canadian, fier being cured by the use of Warner's nk Pi He and Safe Hitters, of a prnstra ting malarial disease contracted ia Tesaa. writes to as : aI shall a ver travel ia that climate withoat your Safe Pills aad Safe Tonic as a put of. my outfit. Robbery at Warrenaburg. Special dikpslrh In tha Batoo. WAatuocssOBO Mo, May While tbe agents at the depot were at dinner, betweea 12:15 and 1230 o'clock, some barglar en tered the ofice, it being lacked, aad stole tweaty dollars oat of the drawer. They have ao idea who it waa. TlBMiy Oeatioa. Geaaiae Hop Bitten are pat aplasqaare paneled, amhtr-colored bottles, with white label on one aide printed in black letters. and green hop claater,aadoa the other side yellow paper with red leUers; reveaae ataajp over the cork. This is the aaly far ia which geaaiae Hop Bitten an pat ap, aad the sole right to rake, mil and tsse them ia granted to the Hep Bitten al'f'g Co., of Rochester, K. Y., and Toroato,Oat., by patents, copyright and trade mark. All others pat ap in aaj other way or ay aay- eawesse, elaiaiag ta he like it ar prelsnd iag to contain heps, by whatever asm they may be called, an bogas aad aaf t for ase, and oaly pat up ts sell sad eheat the people en tW credit and peanlarily ef Hep Bitters. Wool! Wool! Wool! Farman, take year weal to theeldreli aMe Sedalia Weelaa Mills, wWmyancan get the hisjsjsst asaraet BVBMMemh.aad dan't fergst it. Dsa't fall la awsadssa tAmii BLADWM SLATS, UB1 Vlaita Karjana City. i Ml.. Wa-.B4-a1--- ...... i rvJ 08 I I llArlM Dsl TAlinaT HsnifiAA lOefpMsT 1 Kana City J(ti;niN Heury Slade, the moat celebrated I bo kM spirit medium living, w in the cityJ 'i having arrived from the wwt Satunlav i ,kevening. HU home U in New York. and hew now ou hu way home after c7 - uuir en- iiumr nruuuu tue wurni. ne news A i erop was not unusually heavy yester- i day, and the Journal, thinking that; a communication, sort of siecial I dispatch, from its correspondent in tbe spirit world, might be of ititent, 'detailed its spirit reporter to visit Mr. 5'aie and ascertain if the invisible Pirita the air had anything "fresh." Mr- waae w PPg at tbe St. fJaraea hotel, and receives many 'James hotel, and visitors. He was giving a manifes tation" when the reporter first called. and there were two ladies in the parlor waiting for an opportunity to interview departed frieuds. At a later hour, lha reporter and another geutleman were admitted and introduced to the celebrated medium. Mr. Slade is annarentlv about thirfv . i j - tor thirtv-nve veirs of age. ia tall, ha Jarg cUrv hair and rather fine i features. His eye is sharp and quick. i . . . and be is very quick in every move ment. He invited bis visitors to seals around A CHEAP. UNFINISHED OAK TABLE, with a leaf raised on either side ' He iuvitea caretul inspection of the table, and an examination failed to discover anything peculiar in its construction or the presence of any mechanical appliaLces. On a table in one corner bt the room was a pile of slates cheap, common looking arti cles. Mr. Slade picked up one and his visitors examined it, but saw nothing peculiar about it. He laid a small piece of slate neucil on the slate aud held tbe slate up close against the under side of the table leaf, his visitors having already joined hands with him on tbe table. He then asked if t lie re were any spirits present. Presently there were three raps ou the table, which the reporter believed to have been given bv Mr. Slade striking the bottom of the table leg with the toe of bis shoe. THE SPIRITS OS HAND PROMPTLY. Having manifested their presence, tbe spirits were asked if they would communicate with the visitors and the raps were repeated in the same war. They were requested to write what they bad to say, 'and presently the scratching of the pencil on the slate was heard. Tbe sound of writing continued for nearly a minute, the slat being held up against the under side of the table leaf and the i pencil being between the slate and tbe table leaf. SPECIAL DISPATCH. The following was found to have been written on the slate ; Dear Friends : This is a subject that cannot he believed on mere faitb. Every man most see for him self before be can believe. Xo man has a right to speak for or against any subject without investigation. We see so many who say foolish things against it without knowing the facts. James Taylor. Mr. Taylor was not known to Mr. Slade, but just happened to be present at the time. Whoever he may be, he seems to recognize the fact that be is at some disadvantage in present ing his case, not being able to show himself to mortals. Tbe slate was written full from top to bottom in a large, clearly legible band, aad the peecil lay at the end of the signature aa if the writer had hvt it fall as soon as the writing waa completed. j One ot the visitors asked about a friend, and the .answer waa that he waa not present. The other asked for his brother, who bad been dead several years. The answer was that be was present. Particular attention waa paid to THE HANDWRITING. In the first instance the initial letter of the first name was not legible. It waa then asked whether tbe spirit had any massage, and tbe reply was in the affirmative, but that it could not be delivered then. There was a peculiarity in the handwriting of the deceased which was clearly seen iu tbe signature the second time. This fact was noticed during the saence mat. aa 01 ten as some new lne aK.le the hamlwritin was differ- ent. Mr. Slade complained ot an unusually strung electric current, spirit influence or whatever it may be. and addressing the reporter said': "I believer you are a medium, or could be." Being assured that the news paper man was, so far as he knew, only a medium ot news, Mr. Slade asked the spirits if THE. REPORTER WAS NOT A MKDtt'M. Presently, the pencil comraeuced to move across the slate till the .word. he can be," were written. Just at this time, a chair sitting opposite the reporter flew up and struck the table so bard as almost to upset it. So far as could be seen no one touched tbe chair, though there was a strong suspicion in the minds ot both visitors that Mr. Slade raised tbe chair with hie foot. Various other messages were written during the seaace, bat nothing of importance. Atone tisse the reporter held the slate close up sgaiaet the under side of tbe table leaf while a messase was written, Mr. Swdc not touching the slate or pencil. A massage was written by W. H. Baeon, whoever be saay be, Mr. Slade could not claim his acquaintance, m which he took substaatially the snsae view of the case expressed above over thesignature of James Taylor. PTLATTifa TUCKS. While the reporter was holding the slat aader tha table, it waa first violently palled, then aa violently pushed, through it waa impossible to sea what ialaenced it, and a minute later there was a violent jerk at the front of tha resartsr's coat These spirita must ha a jolly act for they thenteraooa, npscUin the table, playing on the , acconie n, with no human hand on - j the kev.. they jerked the slate out ' Ir- Pintle's hand, and carrying it 99 swi't5y 39 f 11 bad been shot out nt s mi it Iftila-kv ftk. a.i?A. ta I " HilC ISUIU, 111211 It? II Wr nWmt ha,f wav P the . .... unnitr it!t nr rha tuhia u an I g ----- ... , kUIV w ULII ' t Il4& 2rnttl. OIK tchlrh t all onra - ---aM) v Mil I r. ia. - . a a l anccs, iut like anv other tustru- mciii i tout name, was played, Mr. I t'1'1 lit) one side nnuinst. tht Slad- "j-' having hold of only one ?T ultl. ,he llo9. the ! ,lhe , rePrtt:r , remainiDg a - - " - 1 a a - . aFtili...i.i.i . 1 t l .1 t " "r . l""uX" "u. ny nnr im. h . I.' -T1 -II jMiwer. The kevs moved " ,1 l- Dak was prforraetl quite crt .ti.'ably fit youxo s spii:it was :i-koi! tor, but he could not lie r i i . . i - . i louii'i i uk moment mere was a violt..: ki.ot'king against the hack of the reporter a chair, and theu hi naml. v. Inch rested on his leg under the table, was touched bv some colder hand, and passed over it several times The hand was suddenly with drawi tu or three time in th lu.no of getting a glimpse ot this handsome spirit, li.ii uithotit success, and then, after a iniuute. a hand appeared at the reporter's side, extended out from under iln table. It was impossible t suppose that this was Mr. Slude's hands, fr at the same time they were on the table, atui he was sitting at the ppnsite side. Mr bl.ole ehtiins that all thest luautfesialioiis are Till: WORK OF fPlRITS. Tilings i quail v as wonderful a any he perform. have b-.'eti done by Iiecr. toaneers. but they have been caught there was Mime trick. 'Ihe difficulty is tu catch him. if he is simply a light .f hand erfornier. He haa been stibj-cteil to the most cruicnl test;. Four years ago there was a grand convention of spiritual ists c.illti! at St. Petersburg tor the ptirpoe-iif testing the thing. Mediuuir imui all parts of the country were present, and Mr. Slade was selected from America. Alter the convention was dtiuL-ert. 31r. blade acoepted an iuvi'atioii from the prolesors of the untrersiiv of Leipsic to display his wnmkrlul power to them. He weut to Leipsic. and the professor of legerdemain to Emperor William waa also present. Every effort was made to itt-civiT how these things were doue tiut they finally gave it up. They K'k him to their own rooms, provided their own slates and tables, but the manifestations were the same. Tbe angular thing about it is the operation of the two minds, the visitor.- who asks his questions by writing it, and does not allow Mr. blade to see it, and of some other intelligence which gives the answer. He claims that it cannot be mere electricify because it acts intelligently. When aked why tbe spirit must be allowed to write unobserved, for even when the slate is laid on top of the table the writing is on the underside of tbe slate, h argued that the in fluence of the human eye is stronger than the influence which controls the movement of the pencil. The eve of the living soul, in other words, is more powerful than the spirit. Mr. -Slade went on around the world through Asia and came by way of Australia on his return to San Francisco. During bis trip he has given seances to many people of many different languages, and the messages were always written in the language spoken by the spirit when living. Often these messages were written in a language unknown to him, but they excited a much wonder as if written in English. The St. Joseph papers having pub lished the statement that this is not the original Dr. Slade, a reporter asked him last evening what evidence he could give that he is not the man whom he represents himself to be, and he referred to Dr. TLorne, with whom he had sittings in New Yotk. "Few of tha Ilia of Life are more prevalent and- distressing tnaa Billions disorders. The symptoms an low spin I-, want of eaergy, restlessness, bead ache, no appetite, sallow skin, coetiveness aad other ailments which show the liver is in a diea.ied tte aad needs regulating, aad the proper way to do it ia to use "Dr. 8WAYNKsT4R ACT SaBSAJtARIIXA PlL18." Their eiUet on the liver and blood is won uVrftil, removing pimples and all eruption;, leaving tne complexion fair and fresh as in yoath. Pnice 25 cent a box of thirty pills, or five boxes tor $1.00. ent by mail oi trceipt of price, by Dr. Srjne dc Son, 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold ! all tesdiugdruggixt. -Al tbe meeting f the directors of the Pennsylvania railnnd on last Siiurdav, when U p-r cent, dividend Wis d'Clired. it was al-" decided lo give sharehold er tbe ben. fit to be derived from a distri button of shares of the capital stock pm chaseil from tbe citV of Philadelphia, op tion be given to the shareh lders to re ceive a divideifd, either in ctsh or in scrip, convertible into stock at ptr, when pre seated in -urns of $50, prov tied the option be exerri'-1 on or before October 1 next. otherwise tne dividend to be piu in cash Absolutely Pure. Made from Grape Cream Tarter. No othat pre parson maksa aach light, Saky hot breadi or huar oas sastry Caa be eatea by dysBeabc without fsar of the ilia resaltiag frosa heavv. ia gfeatrfeto U4. SnM is oaaaTor mil aroMrs BOTAL BUS190 roWpU CO, IsWrork. fffffaBnaaBBiaatjH POWDER flffmoYtmYsw LEWIS' LYE M PER CXHIT.PTJlfX. (rVteMea.) FIXEXY FOWBERED. HIan.Y PER FTIHED. Th stiwaysf and parent Lyo ma.tn. Wilt aiake 11 tmuaosof tbe brat Ivrf mucd Uanl Soau in minutes wWhsH t.lMar. Jh bent wmtre-altrarr uuuid. Tbe brat Mniarfeetaat. Tlit followinir rw sotuo of the atlvaataaea obtained by urna Lewi' SB Per Cent. 1-uwOareI Lje: . rmt . It is racked la an iron can wit 11 a Kho or removable II J. easily takra oa 1 and iavintr tbo contents esiossl. there- oy ssviBir Uw troull'.aunoyance.anil "oim in tnw can, must im bnkcn with a hammer to Kt Meeend. It bclwr a Sao wur. voii ran rvm.ivo th.. itt an' I iwiur lit all tlx. rn. tents, beimr always reaJy Ior TMvaL A fcasroonf ut or moro can ba wu. aa m vawr-Koxirninir. xrutbiiirf', etc.and do li.I returned to tho can. and ttfretty w tbo UiUn. of contents. With other Lyra nil riiit l iIimi.ItinI at ouco atal umI jii a hhort unn. or the airviikia it irnno. TfHtb. Ths bt Sitj .-an be auUo ia from ten to twenty nunui-f with tliv i. Watta. X lailiin? i- iif.l4? in tnaJtin Soap " bw I.yo wlien the :ai; :o uivtwud -nvca ar foUowoti. aeveath. One can of this IYmviKtM Lvo ia flal to twenty roimOa of ssU SoUa or Waebiatr Klahtaw One can of ViU tx" will saponlfn Emnl niorc oi temuv tu-m any other CoucvntxateU . Ball pojanli.or Sawni!ier latb. Tht I.; 1-. pet cenL stronser than anv othr I.y or PotOkh. JtrV!ir Vu., two I'-aspoonrnls will softn tub of the hird.'t wat r Eleventh. Ono teai-inf ll wtU thoroiuthlr clrauftt bmkx. Prnin-..r Cltwts. J'lvaluable for kiUmc Itoache. Mice. Eati. tte. Xtti Uxt tuXlcUi for .Txhlutf Tnw. iLixrvacTuusu onrn IT.Lms&MenaesCo. PHILAJ)IXPHIA. lv j. i 1. Hrffii For -! Ir.ti i.-.lii ANNOUNCEMENTS. We re uihii'iz il to Jii'.n mt'Ce Jno. . L i'v X4 h c:niiiit.ite !.r tlie .fFe nf t'rt..tf Jufif ol I Vi r ! 01 hi n 1 v. -ubject 10 lie lle.-ision ! tlie lleliit.cr.ttic ColiVrlillnn. V are illtlionz lo Miirinlliii'e t lie me f iii. li-.nl F el'l s :i exinliilie for lie office ot Cirriitt Jwde tor the Sixth Iinliri.il Circuit. Mil.j-01 to ilie dfcixion of lie .De till Cra lie ClillVr-lltioll. e re ill hr iz-il to annonrc the iiiirne if Kirluinl Tvtor : a ct"iilate for lie office of County AsytFor of IVitia eotintv, sii' jct to the decision of the Deni ocratic convriition. We are authorized to announce the mime of J. A. U Broam h camiiil te for heiiflire ot County Co!lctor, snhject to ihe decision of the Democratic county con vention. We are authorized to announce the name of Smith Hopkin a a coIdite tor 1 l.e office tf Collector of Pettis county, sub feet to the decision of tbe Democratic con vention. We are authorized to announce the name of R. J. Shy as a candidate for Sheriff of Pettis county, subject to the oV cision of the county Democratic aomiaat injf, convention. We are authorized lo announce John E. Kyi and as a candidate for Criminal Judge of the Sixth Judicial Circuit of Johnson County, at the ensuing general election, subject to tbe action of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce the name of M. S. Conner ah a-candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to the decision of the county Democratic convention. We are authorized to announce the name of K. T.lienlry as a candidate for County Treasurer, subject to the decision of the county Democratic convention. We are authorized to announce the name of W. F. Hansherger as a candidate for tbe office of Countv Assessor of Pettis loounty, subject to the decision of tbe Dem ocratic convention. We are authorized to announce the name of Franklin Houston as a candidate for Prosecuting Attornev for Pettis conntv. subject to the decision of the democratic nominating convention. We are authorized to announce the name of J. W. Walker as a candidate for the office of Assessor of Pettis county, sub ject to the decision of the Democratic county convention. We are requested to announce the name 01 Jno. 1. nearu, aa a canuiuate tor the State Senate, fiibject to the decision of tbe Democratic district nominatingconvention. a w sn wa a Stockholder's Meeting. Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the stockholders of the Sedalia Cias Light Company, will be held at the office of saici company, at its gna works in the city o: Sedalia, on the 15th of Mav, 1880. for the purpose of voting npon a proposition to mortgage the property and franchise of said comp-ny, in a sum not exceeding $50,000. I,. C. NEI-aON, President. Sedalia, March 11, 1830. . K'-dl'-wlO' EVERY ONE of the 141 SIZES MM B0M.B WMVm A, BaVaT aa nThaa m aa. at aiasaiai WRITftn kUaHAnlfcfc Xe in ptmt mf FINISI. BEADTY. ECONOMY. rSJUMtTTY t CSJfflrtlEWCL ThsB aasl w 4sboUssj Cst Steel I inings. Huful frmm $20 io $65. Full Trimm. Ovvwdi by IsaBwaalaaBB VS) Snii I? m Fint-Qas Dealer fraiito -AND BY J. M. OI)TllSL L, JfO. 10s MAI1T STREET, SEDALIA, MO. VwfCftws9ssta Vwa"SawS Bawatt (ft (IlllAl ipQOrrM. AiMmm H. HauartSCa. fonlaad. Xaiae 4 ria Q sVrei Itweut sjamstieei tarn Rsaeet aas AvmM helw aws tsaaae off pnss mtaw new i are Ba gaasilua "Favwevle) hetare Itmwiawi am sea sr. a,'