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TUESDAY, MAY 11. 1880. THE DUTY OFSEDALIA. Upon eyery Sedalian, durirK two days or the present week, will devolve the duties of a host. There will be guests here who are coning in conmquence ot our own in vitation, and it i for us to exercise toward all the game attentive courtesy which would be given each one in an individual capacity. If there if a business house in which two or aaore partners exist, let one of then devote hit attention to the endeav or to sake it pleasant for thoae who are receiving our hospitality. In those bout where but one man heads the business, let him aaake the sacrifice of leaving liin in lereata for two daya in the hand ot hia em ployes and giving his own momenta to do ing what in him lien toward strengthening asd binding the feeling of cordial, warm hearted good will we want each delegate to bear away from Sedalia. Remember, fellow citizens, that we can't do too much. Remember that over and above the duties of hospitality we have a reputation to sustain and a reputation to make. Let each man be an active commit tee of one on entertainment if be can't do anything else, be can wear a smile and strive that nothing shall be found wanting ia the reception of that young city which rest our pride and hoiM?s . in A SUNDAY 8KRMON. My aon, it you do a mean thing, if you are guilty of a small spiteful action, if you wreak aome paltry, shabby vengeance on your aeighbjr, if you do anything su premely little and cowardly and hateful, mod still hold up your head and want to j .i . ii r . . l . i- .reapeciea oy me wor.o, ju.i - - ; j fur great distances away. There is coin- nattering unction to your aoul-you are . f.ill, and they f.nrly flew acro-s Oo.o J , , to-night of any other ri tbe only man deceived ; no one i-fooled Street nd kept on until the alley . . t of mw , ui, T;frili u save yourself. If you are mean everybody h arnham s stab e wa, reached, when they , knows it, there of mankind a well as j turned and Iran to the ..ley that ,.,IU yourself. Your neighlrs may not, ,t is fl,.o and O.age s.reets. Here they wheele.1 j nnlnnuM B,kef more than likely they will not, tell you of to the right and kept running, when the j hmiIr it. They will not express their honest' wagon partially turned "over, epilling out ' -' opinions ou the subject to your face, but driver, sheep and meat in a promiscuous J Elsewhere. when vou lie down at nirht and blush over your meanness by yourself, in the dark, j the alley, before getting into Ohio -iieet, don't you aild foolishness to your wirked- hut not until the wL'roi had lieen over neas by bugging to yourself the tl ittering turned and somewhat damaged. Van delusion that nobody knows it. They all ' briggle was considerably bruised about know it, and they all talk about it. both leg, hut he can consider himself for- Don'l vou know evrrv mean thine vours tunate in escaping with -o slight juries. .:.i.k..- a.. n... .i ii ...ii ii as - -f O J ' SJWSKUWl UU. AUIl IUCJ Oil tfTI t TUD ! 1 the aaean things thev know about each other? And do you suppose they don't know all your littleness, if you have any just aa well ? My dear boy, you must know that this shrewd old. world is too sharp for any of us, and tbat you can' fool it. It will hold you 'at your own es timate of yourself; not your publicly ex pressed estimate, maybe, but at your own private, honest estimate ; the estimate you hold yourself at when you have turned out the light, and crept into bed, and know that there is just one being in all the uni verse that is searching your heart as closely aa and far more honestly and purely than you can. Aad so, if you want the world to think you really honest and manly and noble say son, you have got to be manly and honest and noble. Otherwise, 1 don't care what it llrnka of yon. Be honest with yourself, my boy, so tbat when the day is done, and the blessing of the night falls apon you, yon can shake yourself by the hand aad say, "Old boy, you have made a fearful mess of it to-day ; you have stum bled and faltered ; you have blotted the record; you have just bristled with faults, but you did it all honeatly, in human ig norance and wilfulness, and you haven't lied to anybody, and when you go out on tbe street no man's accusing glances can stake your eyea drop." Yesterday's Picnic. Prof. Caldwell.principal of the Washing- j toa school, with his assistants, Misses Oeorgie Jackson and Mary West, took their scholars to Flat Creek yesterday on a kind of picnic excursion. They left at about eight o'clock in the morning and enjoyed themselves hugely until the rain came up. when there waa a general scatterment for shelter. Notwithstanding this drawback, tbe day waa most pleasantly spent. Istne Heard From. The absent painter, Albert Lane, whose auddaa disappearance last Sunday was aoted ia these columns, has been beard from by hi wife. Instead of going to Warsaw, as he aanoanced he intended doing, he took the train for 8u Louis and is now at work taere. He has written to his wife to sell the hoaaehold fa mil ore and join him, asd this ahe will do as quickly as possible. It ia generally supposed tbat Lane skipped tbe towa because be was heavily in debt, and, rather than square up his hills, ht preferred seeking a location elsewhere. Aeother Xxpreas afessecger. Heretofore the United States express company haa ran iu BMasengers on the northern end of the M., K. & T. road only ia daytime, the train that leaves here at night doing ao expreaa business. The Ba boo has information, from what it consid ers a reliable aoarce. that during the pres . TV.. . " ui"i- , tea whereby both the day and night Irsin will carry messengers. At present three sea do the work on the norlben end, but Change of Firm, aader tbe aew order of things foar will be As advertised a lew days since, Mr. An reqaired. As to who will be appointed, I drews. of the firm of Holcomb A An the Bazoo representative was unable to'drews, of the china store, has retired from learn. Thi arrangement will no doubt be appreciated by tbe company's patrons The First Arrival. John H. Tritt, editor of tbe Belton Jlitrcr, which journalistic infant threatens Co become one of the leading newspapers of Cass county, reported at the Bazoo oflioe laat night aa on hand for the editorial banquet. Tritt is an old Sedalian, and bm aameroas warn friends here will be one the less pleased that they have the gratification of meeting him a day or two earlier than was expected. Ann Kliss Young. This lady lectured at Harrisonville last night. It is quite probable that Mrs. Yoang, who was Bngham's 19ih wife, a charming lady and a talented speaker, will address lb editorial coaveatioa oa Tues day sitaraooa. i STAMPEDING STEEDS. Two Runaway Yesterday, That Made Things Remarkably Lively. Yesterday was a good day for testing the j lKK.IF.!t, May 8. peed of several hor-es. At abont eleven j The hail -torn which was so general o'clock in the forenoon a team belonging through nil ihi- section yesterday after to John Canady, a farmer, wan l.-ft -land- noon vr exceedif gly, destructive. Hail ingon Main, street, unhitched, ihi!e the j ,:(,,? - large as gKe xtc were picked uenUemauwasprep.ringloIoa.i- .tiiepiir- ,, J0 n,U vicinity immediately after the chases into the wagoa. Being L it alone, j pae ,: the tirst hurst of the storm, the animals started ea-t on Mam street, !.t Knob Xos'er the hail was and when in front of the tiranze ?tore en- not so lare and it gradually decreased in countered the'delivery wh- ti tJonging to h preceded eastward from here, the establiahiiient, in which was h fated Ed- ! in thi particular vicinity the storm waa ward Villmore, the driver, aged about 6f- probably at it severest, and in places there teen tears. The wagon, alight apring were evidence of one, was overturned, and the hoy thrown! vcloxic action underneath, sustaining ii-jurie that are ...... - r , , i . .. i At ine place of Mr. M. K. Hker,one quite painful, though not supposed to he 5 ' ' .... , , , , , i and i hree-quarter miles north of this place. ttorlnlld I lie Iiiv1.' tiaaoe.1 nivr hii fnre. 1 head, ilie ecalp received a cut, and one of J his arms was injured. He was taken to hi home on St. Louis -treel, and noon Drs. Evan and 1'iper were on hand and dre"ed hi wound'3. They stated that it iK itn posible at that time to determine as to the extent of the injuries, although they thought they were not seriou. At supper time the hoy was reeling well, but he will not be out for several days. Mr. Canady, a Bazoo rejmrter wa in formed, called on Mrs. Villmore yefterday afternoon, and said he would he responsi ble for all the expenses incurred by the accident, vhich, if the 13 a zoo understands the case aright, i nothing more than proper. STILL anothfu. No sooner had the crowd disjiersed from the vicinity of the above accident than they cuBgregated on Ohio street, where was stopped another runaway team. Two horse belonging to Rickmati & Co .bitched to a butcher wagon, in which was a lot of loose meat and two live dieep, became frightened when in front of the lumber yard on Third street, and started west at a 1 a rm r . . . mw a a rapid gait. I lie tin ver, into anuriggie, '.II.I IwmI t.t .l.ffL- their ute.l hut heap. Ihey were stopivd at the mouth of 1 The horses were not hurl, but 'ns v dem- t " castrated that they could get or cn-id erable ground in a short space ot une. The Convention. A meeting of the committee i enter taining the editorial fraternity, who are to i assemble here next week, met at Smith's j i.n ......u. . i 11.111 lar-L utiu, ill luuir j-ic-vi auaiiKi mentsfor the approaching entertainment of our ?uets. ft was resolved bv the committee that a limited number of ticket- to the hall and banquet, given to the pre of Missouri, on the evening of May 11th will be for sale bv K. T. (ientry, at the Sedalia Sav- ing bank, at three dollars per ticket, ad- milling a gentleman and ladv. The following committees are requeued to meet at Smith's hall Monday night next: ON PROGRAMME. John D. Rusell, John A. Lacv, R. H. Mo.a, L. L. Bridges, II. Lamm. ON FINANCE. Albert Parker, A. H. Coukright, Lduis Detitscb, Thomas Quinn, Charles Messerley, R. T, Gentry, John T. Heard, B. H. Inz'raru. ON it ALL. J. Wet Goodwin, S F. Ivn.-e. Maj. W. A. Currant, ON RECETTXON AND ENTKBTA1NMENT. Milo Blair. J. H. Bothwell, Ths. P. Hoy, J. C. Parmerlee. B. G. Wilkerson, W. R. Thomss. E. L. Phippa. let their be a full attendance. The Richmond Band. The Richmond cornel band, pronounced , by iudtes of niu-uc as the ben in the S ate. ' will be in attendance at the meeting of the j Missouri pr.-ss association, and no doubt will entertain the people of Sedalia and her , visitors with some splendid music. Through ! the kindness of the Wabah, St. Louis & Pacific and Missouri Pacific officials, trans portation has been funii-ti4 free, and all j that the peo;!e of Sedalia will b called ' fl or is their proper entertainment j while here. The band ia composed of ten j members, and the Bazoo bespeaks for them , a heirty welcome at the hand of t 1. .Ann.n ., ,,. I 1 , f .1. - pie of the future capital. With the Seda- lia and Richmond band, surely there will le no lack of music and enthusiasm. Those Fish Seiners. It mav not be generally known that ! there is a law in Missouri against seining for fi,h, butsuch is actually thecase, and anyone so doing is liable to arrest and fine. S,me parties ,n the city who have been thus engaged during the past week eecured the consent of the pond owners along Flat creek, and then consuited with a prominent attorney.-who informed them mat mey iiati a legal right to ue a seme after obtaining such consent, hence they acted on such advice and proceeded xc-1 coru.og.jr. u .a .cc .uue queMon lo . decide, and may be tested in the courts. the firm, leaving Mr. Holcomb ahne. The old tirm has made a good itnpr--- n, con vincing our citizens of their pei knowl edge of the business and the - do-ire to sell large quantities at sme n argins rather than small quantities at c-.; mar gins. Mr. Holcomb is deterrairr to live up to this maxim, and as he buys directly from tbe potteries of England and manu facturers everywhere, be can meet price. made by any one, either at wholesale or retail. This city is now larse enough to support houses dealing only in one line of goods. Mr. Holcomb haadlea nothing but goods strictly in his own line, but he has everything belonging to hia barine and purchases everything new as soon a it comes out. He desires to return thank to his patrons for favors extended tbe old firm aad hopes lo be able to supply their wanU in tbe future; promising to sell them cheaper than they buy elsewhere. ! THE TORNADO'S TRACK. j As Mapped Ont In tbe Vicinity ot ! Drssdsn. , ! m i ...... u- f an -ve witness v tbat the storm struck at ju-t 1:50 p. til. The same funnel-shaped, black, d-ece lined cloud, with its iuverted apex gyrating rapidly, which haa been de-scrilK-d a an attendant of the late and former destructive cyclones elsewhere, was seen. Where the center of this tornado touched the earth, a track ,'OSE lirNUKEn TWENTY FIVE YAKIM WIDE was cleared, and its course was continued for ahouLa mile eastward, when it agaia left the ground. The house of Mr. Baker wa directly in its patb, and it waa torn and rent by the cyclone with that irresisti ble fury which is one of the characteristics of these violations. There waa nothing left of the house. 31 r. and Mrs. Baker were rvciied, maimed and bleeding, from amitlt the debris, aa soon as the storm had passed. Their injuries AKE VERY SEKIOl'd, although they are contusions for the most part, and despite the prompt summoning of medical assistance, it cannot at thi hour be said whether they are not lalal. The iurniture iu the house, including a heavy aewing machine, waa carried away in fragments and strewn along ifti - t ii-jK-h t Bat... HorsrosiA, May 8. The storm which passed over here thia afttrroon was rem trkaMe in iis severity. A uniadi. pa-ed, '.n in a northeastt rly direction, between this place and Hughes ville, iloing much damage ami sweeping 1 . r everything irom it pain. J'ii ; house and baru of a farmer living near tbe Hue of the road, about two miles from this place, wa completely destroyed. Numerous smaller disasters are reported. Yesterday'e Bscee. The shower yesterday afternoon made it 'nrcfmiry to p.ftiKne the trotting race which had been advertised to take place al the driving park, and it ia now announced lo ta vA 4t ha, PMl lwo 'c,ock Wed- - n?ida-v Hernoon. At that time the mem ' l" of Uw Missouri press association will l,re. "d lhere " ly a doubt hut what rge crowd will be ia attendance, ! Al 1mu1 1u,r,er to ,w: 'clock Mon J ,,,e rain- b1'-"' race ' looK Pl,ce oelween rWI- 'lt'M i i ii at a aaa aa vi-e lioaues ana a six-je ir-om oay geia ug owned by a colored aaa of thi city named Wright, for a purse of $50 ao it j was repot ted. Douglas' bone proved too much tor that of his dusky rival, and came iu winner by fully aixty feet. It ia aaid by those competent to judge tbat Newt's. ' horse is getting to be himself again, and promie4 to narpriae some of the pretended ! knowing ones by making some good time this sea-on. After the rain, although the track was i heavy and in a most horrible condition, a ( three hundred yard dash waa run between I a horse owned by a gentleman from Mar f shall and a bay mare owned by parties re ! siding near Cole Camp, in which the for mer came out with flying colors by some thing like fifty feet. Tis aaid that 150 changed hands by the result. ChSDgO Of Tine. . traui "i train change time to-day at twelve j noon. The following are the cor- LKl" KANSAS' A TEXA8 R'Y jjSgl, jUSmilKI. KANSAS A TEXAS LEAVE : ioti'hward.M., K. & T. expree...4:50 p. m Passenger 5:45 a. m. . LEAVE.: ""rthwsrd, 1L, K. A T. express i .40 a. m. MT TsTlJsKf.r I vVV Da eaatat Cnrigtian Chnrch Entertainment. Mi- Minnie L-Russel, of St. '.oai, who araa mm Mr, 1 twi lha Knil tin, aaarfal (ha. editorial convention at Columbia, in 1879, will he in attendance at the convention this week, and has consented to assist in aa en- ' Detainment at the christian church on Friday evening. ; Ooin ThrouJtn . Un LeeC.rant,afifteen-ye.rldcoloredboct. biack, who has figured extewively in police circ,N dlirinjt Ul. pwt two lhre, w ackei KfMw rf h ftf !rh)rBe of t, ; dranke( au who WJL. M .nJ M(f . . twwn w(Urnl the bank. When searched, something over three dollars waa found oa hia person, J which he claimed he had earned by black- iM H(, . ... rh tM-l . .... ing, and as the man robbed failed to appear and prosecute, the boy was discharged. The police have no besitrcy in saying that he was guilty, but um:T the circum stances they were bound to let him go. A Serious FsU. Persons residing in the southern part of thec:v have long been annoyed by the failure of many property owners to keep their sidewalks in proper repair. A little after dark on Friday evening, as the Rev. J. H. Duncan, pastor of the Christian church, was proceeding homeward on La mine street, just south of Broadway, he fell over a lime box which was lying di- rectly acros a sidewalk whose dilapidated condition waa a sufficient excuse for plac ing no more o bat rae lions upoa it. In the fall, Mr. Duncan sprained hia left hand so severely as to be anabl to ess it yesterday, aad received may severe brnisea which he haa since foaad extremely ptinful. He has added hia voice to tea popular cry, "Repair the sldevalksr Groom Bftptr toft, at J. WMt Ooodwin'i. 9lwr5 SEDUCTIOll. - A XOUDf Girl Of Xirhteen a aarv'iWaVl Hw Si llmnv'ff' Imi Villain. 1 Ha Then Datvarta Her, Isaaring hart Aaaoag Itrangcra. Without I a Dollar in the World. iht the M., aT. & T. train front the aouth, Friday night, waa a yoaaggirl proa- .. . 7 ably nineteen years of age, who got oa at Fort Scott aad waa ticketed tkmaurk in Braail, Indiana, little town sixtae. .ilea east of Terr Hante on th V--l-li. .utjtTHintt, . the Kd. Snail of statute, with large blue eye, dia - aed by teat, ami with a wealth of goldea hair coiled moat artistically on tlie back of her hari mm . .,i a . " "I " " - w-.t aor man wuinary aueotion,no mil - ter UBiler what cimiuiiurM nmtA Even to a casual observer it was pU'nlv evident tbat ahe had nosae great "j Taoua le on he mind, d try ah. would u w .mpo-sibl. to dtsguMW the fact. She bad with her in the eat a amall red morocco satchel, which! coataiaed her cloUiiag, et aad to wbkh, aathetrai.wnsne.nng Nevada, ahe di- rected her atteatioa. unlocking it aad t.k- ing iberefrosi a letter, which she slowly pro ceeded to read. Hardly had she time te pe rase half a page when she quietly folded it up, placed it in tbe envelope aad retarned it to the satchel, and then burst into tears and gave vent to her feelings. Tbe occu pant of the coach had been keea observ er of her every movement, and atauy were the conjectures a. to what was the"" """" w " J"a sailer. After lir mfliulnm.BL.I ami. I aided, a lady who sat one seat behind her, aad oa the opposite aide, approached and engaged her ia conversation. The fair at ranger at first was loth to converse, but by easy atagea she waa drawa out, sad another tale of XAN'4 CKUKLTY AND aAJKNE wa uafolded, aud wa thus related to a Bazoo reporter yesterday by a well known gentleman ot this city, who was a passen ger on the train and gleaned it from tbe lady who did the interviewing. The woman' nauin araa Sarii tu. 1 V. - Y ' nu iirr nouir was nowiing ltieei, Clay county, Indiana, some fourteen miles oft the Vandalia railroad, south of Brazil. Her father, Thomas Maxwell, is and haa been for years, tbe owner of a large flour ing mill al that point, and is comfortably fixed, from a financial standpoint. Her mether is dead, and herself and a sister three years younger kept house for her fa ther, and up to about the first of Febiuary no happier household could have been found iu all Hoosierdom At that lime there dropieil into Bowling Green a young man who gave his name aa AI.BEKT STOOP. He waa ol rather prepossessing appearance, twenty-seven years of age, wore nobby clothes, and waa a remarkably good con versationaliat, evidently having seen con siderable ot tbe world and well acquainted wilh the doings thereof. Stoop was intro ducing a rubber stamp, to be used in mark ing clothing, and of course the principal part of his business waa Iran-acted wilh tbe ladies. One of ibe first houses at which, he called was Mr. Maxwell's, and 'twas then he met her who subsequently became hi victim. He first took her order for a stamp, which waa to be made and deliv ered a few days later. Although their in terview wa brief, it did not prevent Miss Maxwell from falling desperately IN LOVK WITH HTOOP, and, as she herself admits, she took no pain to conceal it. Sloop saw at a glance that it would be no hard taak to win her, aad for ten days he paid her most devoted attention. The young lady' father, how ever, did not take any atock in the itinerant young at mp peddler, and as hi eye were opened to tbe fact that they were becom ing mil too intimate, he hade Stoop not to enter the door of his residence, threatening him with dire vengeance should he nara to disobey. He also forbid hia daughter to speak to or recognise him ia any way, aad never suspected for an instant that hi warning had not put a quietus toth- whole aflsir. But be was mistaken, for they met clandestinely, and on the 21st of February, when Stoop asked her to XKK W1TJ MIX and become his wife, she only too readily gave her consent He won Id, he said, go to Terre Haute the next day, but before leaving would take pains to give it oat i that he was goingtoCincinnati: this accom plished, no one would suspect anything, and on the evening of the 234 of February Miss Maxwell waa to be prepared to leave her home, aa he would be oa hand with a team redy to take her with him. He ad vi ed her to take what monev and valua blw -he ,he M po-Vased of $60 , monev mod OTer woTthTfjea-elry. 1 " d' " h""k " I departure, At about eleven o'clock on the night of the 23d, Stoop called for HDJ VICTIM, and a few minute later they were going at a rapid rste in the direction of Terre Haute, where they arrived about three o'clock in the morning, and an hour later were aboard nn Indianapolis & Ht. Louis passenger coach, going ia the direction of St. Louis. So far the deluded girl had not repented of her action, aad the future looked most blight indeed. Instead of go ing through to -St. Louis, aa was the origi nal intention, they slopped at Shelbyville, 111-, where they put Bp at a hotel and reg istered a man and wife, the villain assur ing her that the marriage ceremony should ! be performed within the next twenty-foar nuun, bvihi Pile, placing laapilCIl COna- dence in him for whom she had surren dered home, friends all, believed him sad NOT UNTIL TOO LATE did she learn better. Twa when her ruin waa accomplished, after which she wa a plisat tool ia his hands. They remained there three day, during all of which time her almost frantic father wa using every means within hi power to discover some i trace of her, bet to ao avail. In vain did the now thoroughly repentaat girl Beseech i er sedacer to have the marriage cere mony performed, but was alwuvs put of. be saying that there was no aed of being in a hurry about it. From Hbelbyville thev went to ht Loui. thence to Kansas City, and then visited several towns on the Gulf road, their last stopping place being at Pleaaanton, Kas., where they arrived tbe latter part of April. During their ealire trip they bad PA'S ED FOB MAX AMB WIFE, and wheaeversbe would broach tbe see jact of marriage, he would i a form her that it wasn't neofary,aalnycoald live just aa happily withoat having the solemn words pmnoHnced. Now almost heartbroken, she knew not what to do; she had made her bed aad aha moat lie ia it. Thursday morning a week ago, the S9th of April, Stoop aanoa:.ced to her thai he had lo go to Kama City on baainesa, bat said he woeld return ea (he eveaiac traia. Ha bade her good bye and took hi de partare. Night came, but no Stoop, and then it wa for the first time that the de- laded girl begaa to sespeet that she had L. been esrtsa. see awawee a aleeplcm night, and the next morning received n letter from him who bab aenrxn axs, eoatsiarked ea the traia, saying she woe Id never ate him agaia, aa he was going le Teas, aad dviaiag her te ret are heave te her father, whe, he said, weald cartaialy forgive her. Alatost fraatic with grief, she knew not what to do; aad to stake matter were, if poaaibls, she oiseotered that her Betrayer had earned of her watch aad i thfr jewelry, leaving oalv eaple of ring and a pair of erdrnps. Left with .out a dollar ot a friend, be was completely pntraied, and until Wednesday last she t . . - J ... i. , i -n . i i i w- - in un uni. mine iinaiauj I see reiaiea ner waote story, ana with a 'traly christian pint, everything svsible a . w a k m waa done. ben able to again be up, she left her leaaaining jewelry aad a trunk . wilh lb mdl ord' WBO k,BdI' advanced her money enocum i ! ticket ami psy her ipease j how-, with the iindr-tandiiig that it i to ee reiiimiru Hr relased to allow anv j ol lo i"f"'ai her father of the situation in j J1"1? "S f- ,"?d' nh" " tnt: , he should hear it fn.aa her own lip. J This, reader, is the brief but aad' historv of th laat rhr.tp in HailU M.v.l I "eer. Like many another before . hr Ml to maa's lattery, aad .njke bitterly rebate when j he tind it too late. fhe took the Pacific I I train for St. Inuia at eleven o'clock, and,1 ' Brr',,E no accident, is now at her hornet I i Bowling Cireen, where, let its all hope, j 'he waa receive.! with open anas, and tbat I , h,.r indi-cretion may soon he forgotten, I - - - CIRCUIT COUET. - . . The Content, of the Clerk. Minute Book of Yostordey. ... , lh of mw,B";nt 'kr e'"' notice for ap- j '"J.""1 u"c wPFii- cMiiuu ior uisrnarge, aan n. .. .inneu ay the court appointed to examine said assignee's .account. la the aaatter of the assignment of J. K. Vreeland Cause continued generally. K. B. Johnson vs. CM.McClnny Cause continued generally by consent. Sieifel&Xey vs. Kobert Fai.ell Dis- , awanini. K. L. Highleyman vs. Martha Smith ct al Plaintiff granted leave to file amended pelitioa. James H. Knapp et al vs Union Trust Company of New York Plaintid file bond for cost. David C. Hughes vs Lemuel S. Murray Dismissed at plaintiff's 'mat and judg meat awarded. Oliver Aughdahl vs J. B. Colegrore et al Deiendant Price granted leave to signer. John Montgomery Jr. el al vs W. R. l. i noma et al Continued genera! I bv consent. George Knapp v Vernon W. Knapp et al Defendants . W. Major, Florence and J. H. Lauderman and U. F. Short each file separate amended answer. Plaintif granted leave to reply, by consent. State ex rel J A C Brown v Mo. Pacific Railroad Company Leave granted defend ant and pUiMifi', by consent, to file anawer and reply, respectively, aad cause contin ued generally. Same va siine Same entry. Same vs Union Trust Company of New Yo'k Sime entry. ADJaynesetal va Fred Wil-on De fendant files anawer. Firsi National Rank of Sedalia vs Geo. Husmann and Frederick Teubaer Caue dismissed at plaintid 'a roai and judg-meat awarded. Owen McCartney A Co. v W H Saaford Defendant tiles new bond and caue con tinued at plaintiffs coat and defendant awarded judgment for bis own cou. Same vs W H Sanford, garnishee Con tinued generally by consent. William J Manker vs John F Ante et al Defendants withdraw their motion for security for costs. Bouldin A Taylor vs Andrews h Co. Defendants file answer. Isabella Cirhoe et al vs Conrad Hilde brand et al Defendant file answer. Lemuel S Murray ex rel Curtis Field va James Harris et al Defendants graabrd leave to answer and cause continued by consent. Henry J Kennedy vs Kllen J Kennedy Defendant granted- extended time lo plead. Amos L.Sewick vs George V Cliff-Defendant files anawer. John G Rualer vs A B Thorn aa liar nisfaee file answer. Jamas Kemp vs Margaret S Nichols et al Garnishees file separate answer. W F deaden Ben vs J J Lamm Defend ant files answer. Jacob Kuhn va Charles Trautnian Garnishee files motion for discharge. Hussmaa A Teubner vs Charles Traiit.1 man Same entry. State ex rel. Brown vs. Klixa R Foley et al Plaintif files motion for a judgmeat nunc pro tunc City of Sedalia vs. John W. Burres,C. M. A. Cbaeey, Orestes A.Crandal! aad Ed ward Hurley. Jury fails to agree aad is discharged. G. M. Smiley et al. va. G. W. Smiley et al- On trial before tbe court Continued until Monday morning. Adjoarsed. The M.. L4T. Boys' Pienic The maaagement of tbe M K. a T. having generously tendered transportation to their employes for their regular annual picnic, a meeting of the employes was held at the shop Saturday evening, May 8th. On motion, J. S. Laade was elected chairman and B S. Cronk, secretary. Messrs. A. Hollaed, J. S. Cronk aadW. n. Fletcher were thee appointed aa a gen eral committee of arrangement, with power to appoint such other committee as. may he necessary. Tbe time selected for holding the picnic was Saturday, May IS The picnic ia for the employes of every departmeet of tbe railway, sad all are cor dially invited to attead. The matter of tickets, amasemenui and time of going to aad returning from the grounds will be announced hereafter. 8.S. CawK, Sec'y. LAMOlfTJL Lamoxtx, Mon May 8. ErerythinsT looks green and lounahise thia omingra alter the fine -shower that ftU tat nighL St. Joha Oodhsrof Smithtoa wili pnatch ia the Methodist church to-morrow morning saw evening. Harry Wise, son of W C Wise of this ptaee. waa kicked by a mute this weak, cutting hia hip verr.taujly. ao that lr. Jaynea hal to aaar ilia parta together. He is doing very well. We hear that the suit in the school whippiag ia to be renewed ia Medaha. Tbe re ia enough talk about it already aad It would kw hetter for all sartiea if thev stor and aav na mora about IL But it is ia tha hands of friend a who say that they are aot willina- to dron tke matter. Xotirsly SeooTered. Nrw Yost City. Jaae le, 1379. H. H. Warner A Co. Qentlssaen 1 hereby certify that my wife has base esisg Waracr. Safe Kidney aed Liver Care fer Brigbta Diaaase, aad she ia bow entirely leeevwrei. Whea all Bhyeieiass' remedies failed, ahe wan ladaced te tryyoar remedy and rsceived bane fid si resalba freaa the teat bottle. After takieg foar bet lies ahe was entirely eared. Tears traly, llllSBBf B. FmSSBAUs. ' mi BITES. JaeHaBBaaaaV 2saa(Via?BBaaaaaaaaBBaaV A aBBs, tFBeaBBssea w " "f"m";1 . -fee" Jon nd .Acting f P"" "J to conclude that there a WB8 l ,he boUoBB of t A.nt Hate Moat certainly it is not. Never rush at coacluaioaa ao haatilv. She aaav have (eo -d with the bited man and thrown the , b.et is ih so a to gets good Mart while tbe aeighhort art dragging the pocd I and her sorrowing husband ia trying to do th, und,rIlk,r on lhe f . rofewoo(1 i I Kislsm of r Karl I nn lh alat mr nnf objected to by those who think the ballet wrong. Jtomion Tratrtler. And yet they appear to he in a nun dressed state. Young Kalloch is said to h-ve bees called a nihilist by his victim. Mm cur.i Bullttin. He clearly nisproved the charge by kill ing a man. The poor guileless Indian can be in duced by the sniewd white man to trade bis pony for a gun not worth over eight dollar. SifMyatKttic Kzchuixje. Ye, and it lake a heap of vigilance to prevent the p. g. I. from stealing it hack when night comes. Shermaa'satreagth iadiiusive, Blaine' is illusive. Grant's is conclusive. Airtr iaiva ItfguUr. Aad Tilden's is delusive. AeW York Erjjicx. And it might be added that John B. Henderson's is abusive. One man eloped with the wife id an other from a spelling-bee in Tennessee. Aujust't iTtionlcle. Such bee interfere with the boiiej-mooa. Muui are so common a to he quite fashionable among Boston young ladies. Aeir loiaT.Sioi. That' probably because they area u very swell," ye know. A young lady attending ball and par ties should have a female chaperon. Omrt fniaWfe Of course ahe should or at least until he is able to call some other chap her own. j Some females have just been arrested in Kentucky for the manufacture ot illicit whisky VtttrUr-Jitufnal. This is the first recorded instance of a woman's keeping still. Shall a husband keep hia wife in formed of hi business affairs? Ex. There i no t.ecesiiy for it. She will find out five times as mnch as he knows himself without the least trouble. When a man is in a brown study doe be give olor to bis thoughts. Rtme .Srrt tineh We suppose be diea whea he feels blue. But then this would not occur should he chance to be too green. It is said a handsul of salt thrown oa a coal fire will hurry it np.Scirntipe Amet iean. And still many people will continue to practice the kerosine plan aad harry them selves up a well as the fire. Socrate, at an extreme old age, it b said, learned to play on musical iastru sent. RrMu. Aha! now we know why they-poisoned him, and that amateur trombone player op posite this omce hsd setter look oat. It is said that men who are ma over by a traia of car generally enter but little. St. Loui Tiitmu. They experience a silent j y, perhaps. A sort of mute elation. A NewYorker is raking around in the ashes of the dead past for proof that Aaron Bnrr waa s bad msn. KoMon Pom. What, wilh John Kelly aad Chastaia Cox and all New Jersey to tackle? Here is a man who i throwing away his privi leges. The power of the imagination is great, A boy can imagine almost anything; he can lug an old shot gun about all day with oat firing at a living thing and be under the impression that he's having a howling good lime. Bridgtport Sfcnuhtrd Bat all attvmpia to make the average boy imagine tbat he is killing Indiana whea sawing wood have proved dismal aad melancholy failare. Dairymen ought to be made to famish clean milk. ditetwtati JZnquirtr. They could if they woald straia a piat te do it. One of the greatest plays of recent pro duction is nronaon Howard' "Beaker Daughter." Dramatic .Vnr. Don't believe Broesoa Howard was the originator ef Ibe beeg-caised danghtsr. Senator Caawroa, whv work the handle when the pump is dry? -Sc York HermUL Perhaps he thinks it ia well eaeagh. Water ejeestion to pat to e man aayway. What is the most popular color for a We may be a little particular ia sack matters, bat we shoald prefer a white oee. Ksd Ella Wbee'er' poem on oar first psge. "There is nothing bcw."'-Qmncy JBWern Argit. 1 V a a. a a. m I m rjta evieeatif eoean'ti know my more thaa tbe law allows her to. Fashioa writers aay there are seweaty-five style of spring bonnet aad a great many other new thiags which the masculine aemory fade disscalty ia Really, Ella, yoa oaght to he ashamed of yoar ignorance. Every blade of grass contains a whole sermoa. En. Dr. I foil. we aaaerstaaa nowwnyso many rrsoae have thmr lawn dowa so close. They want their sermons cat short. Every year the winter grows milder. The ti.ee will come whea sleigh will be fitted with moaauito nets. AnaWy Sim. Uar slaying season always with the mosquito nets. "Have yoa a strawberry bed P Ft one uavwea. Ne air; aacet emphatically, we have set. Ours ia saade of feathers. We caa't afford lo lie ea a bed ef strswberriee whea k ia imseeiibls to glaaee at them evea fer laws y-lfe Whet is beyond this ife?Casese Well, eld see, if yea Use aade aediea ereamyea'd beHer mAmmpt. tag all yee'll ever sejoy oa this aide of the myetm lias. The coroner's jary ia tbe case of the ' killing of Waa. Matthewa, at Pleasant Hill, Thursday aight last, ret u rued ver- diet of aecideatal death, without any blame! being attached to the Pacific company or' aay of ita employe. Warder Cuaming, division superin- tmmAt i.. d :a . i I , , , , , . ..... hisold room. o. 2, ia Porter' block, for a sleeping artment. Whe. bera before he oecapied the saaae room for a stretch of tao jHt9. A Moberlv fiorwt sella vvawtablea as well aa d iwers. M a aympatbetic sight to see a Woman Step into hi place of bus-' Mary An.t.r.n -ipi-nr-. in Mnnh.ter. N. II.. ine aad order five cent a worth of green c, ?. seat home in a delivery wagon, and walk cti.-it..t.- Thomp.u prfurmel iu Utiou. x. obT with a 2T ceat geranium in her hand. fa . TUD , . . . ': Haetly New O.t-f.t Mitntrel i..;iiiiiv. . ti. KoOBier WAS found by omcers 'on huntrn in uutnUr. :ipwar nlto-coii, M:., Brat tea and Gomage. abf.ut two o'clock ",XJ"U"; , , . . -j i, Mr- HMWKuii will iiru-luce new ysstenlay morning, lying ou the sidewalk Inh ptayat thu Ko-n.u miKPum eari neit ib front of the Jay Gould hotel in an in-1 "rf"'"n; , ,. ,. .., . . .....! lhel.oIv.lN- h:ly .ril...i,v sre ., r i- sensible state ot intoxication. He pleailed , trin'te.t tor iiet ?.n-.u un-i wnt ,.pr ia uilty before Recfirder Fraker, and ! !7,- wanhned93 He wa unable to pay and InJ . May :s..o-hen KlkhrtS. K.-n v.nfc k. wan mi viiiw. The best remedy in the moat - severe cases of Rheumatism N ithout doubt St. Jacobs 0:1 ; for I have known it to cure when all remedies advertised sad lecom- aaautl f Pk.n..! U .K .,.1 without results. John KEMrrga, Monroe, Wis. lax- - il l - t n. rTX-mayor Faulbaber informed a Ba- zoo reporter yesterday that steamahip bus , . , i - , . . . inea waa reaaarsaoij gooti wiui nim, net having sold a number of tickets so far this year. Yesterday he sold Ave to Mrs. Sal. lie Hannafnrd. of this city, who intend forwarding them to relatives in Ireland who desire lo immigrate to this country. Why are all the fresh boys and girl that come into the family called "bounc ing" hoy or girla. when the first admoni tion one alwaya gets from the nurse is, "Don't trot it?' If they are bouncer, why shouldn't we bounce 'em ? "Snooz era" would be a more appropriate name. They're always taking a "snorx?" when they are not "yawping." A party of mrrow gauge employ e came into the city yesterdar. and during the afternoon partook of more, tanglefoot than wa cor. "ucive to their welfare. They first became, boisterous, then got to fight ing among themselves on Main street, and aaa remit a man n:imd McXulty was run in, 'aad will answer before Recorder Fraker to-morrow. Whene'er a white man and especially one with a family has a confidential con versation wilh a dusky damsel on tbe street, he should fee to it that no one is within hearing distance. Thia given for the benefit of a business man ef Sedalia. who wa having considerable chin-music with a wench oa Oiage street, nearly in front of the Atlantic house, last night. Ir. E. C. Evans, who has just beenln i angurated mayor of Sedalia, seems deter- ineiitolmakehis admiaialralion of the city governmeat, equal to, if it doe not ex ceed the best of his predecessors. The doc tor haa brain, vim and will power. He will succeed. As a presidiag odker he will be courteous without being showy, firm without affectation, and correct in hi rul ings without making an ostentatious dis play of hi power. A'noe Setter Gem. Persons!. S. A. Wright is a happy father. It is a aiae pouad girl. Ben. V. Massey left for Springfield last night ea the owl traia. Bob Bradford, formerly of thia city, bow of St. Louis, will Sabbath ia Sedalia, Howard Parke and Ed. Houx will at tead Sabbath school in St. Louis to day flea. Waddy Thompson, of Warrsns berg, was in the city yesterday at the Gar rison. Jifl Conner, son of Constable Conner, formerly aight operator oa the M , K. & T. at Par w, is now doing day work at Bea maa station. Eii. Crawford, of tbe Knob Nnster Gem, the east local paper pablibsd ia Johnson ounty, sccompsnied by hi wife, arrived ia the city last evening aad will spend the Sabbath here. Mr. C. D. French, a prominent whole sale grocer ef Kansas City, accompanied by hie wife, came in on theLsxington traia yesterday morning. They had been visit ing Mrs. French's father, Mr. Owens, at Brownsville, aad were oa their way home. Marshall Staton, clerk at tbe Garrison, received a telegram from the proprietor of the Merchant' hotel. Meberly, yesterday, asking him to come immediately aad ac cept a position ia the ofice of that hoase. He will leave in a day or two. A. M. Andrews, formerly of the firm of Holcomb A Andrews, left with hi wife for Colorado Spriags, Col., last Thursday. Mr. Andrew was compelled to take this step oa accoaat of hi wife's health. It ia hoped by hie many frieacs that bis stay may not ascsssariiy be loag. Should he locate ia Colorado, we hope he may be appreciated, for there is no better man there or aay where else. a, m am a To ell who are sefermg from the errors aad iadiseretieae ef yoeth, aervoii wesk aess, ear ley decay, loss of ataahood, Ac., I will seed a leeeipt that will care yoa, vuez or cm abo k. Thia great remedy was die covered by a missionary ia Soath America. Send a sslf -addressed enveleee to the Rev. T. laman, Statioa D, New York City. Dted. At the resilience of his soe. John J. Saaire. on tbe corner of Fourth aad Brown streets, Kent SsdaJis, ea 8aterday. the 8ib inu (eeerge eire. Sr., late of Wyemieg, Wis., aged 81 years. The faaeral will take place oa Saadey, the 9th, at 2. p. m. Friend of the family are rsspectfally r qaested te attend. Cagha, Celds, Asthma aed other pal moaary aaaetlaaa saesld be looked to aad aramatly tie and time. thae all atrieea reaaHa may he avoided, ferthb parpise we kaew ef ao hetter Kimidy thaa "Dm. Swatts. CosfrotrxB STsarp or Wilb CaKBar.'' The first dose givee relief, end it ia sere to caie tbe worst Celd or Coagh is a eery short tiaw. T17 a Jfi ceat bottle aad he ceav'ieced, asd yea wUl thee avoid a Deetera bill, and most likely a aarieaa spell ef siahasm. Priee9ii eeseiSBdflatwBer hettle, er six bottlssl ! the Mm a aatphsssQtMsms a aaaJft a-' 1 -.t. ... 'bran Prsa?evrsaShy ata ssemSt fT m large w us meet eeenom . oz. Ktliaga. Ctapp A Co., CautuTa, Bo aSaJ. rfsmfea aalv a Lie. Mitaa aa Hrua I ealv by Dr.SwavrBsASon. 339 Kerth Siath teres. lUlafcaelnhia. Sold . . . a . . - ej au I rOOTLIGBT FLASHBS. ItBaM of Iatoreet to the May Folks from Everywhere w , " ., n...ii,mnil , f,i,f..n,i:thi. monib. . .Mr. &ott .Sut.loiw r-.t in :hieK in. reji.i in i;hivg "'""'"'"JT"!! j.l: .liulw lVwmufr in t - : ... t "nr "' sar, tor Kitmi Msj . , n tiint.-. ' S.; 'i-. J There is i.. ,.ro.,. t .if n!,. urrv tminj; to .tin. rna net! mihou. It t vportel that tV(r-. h, tnu.ir may c ,m- ''"'' .oitisnm. ttiture for the yum: -tnivr. Marie Vnn ZinJt. At th firatni oper.hoi!e. Rnr-Mnr. X. V . ' M:iv 1, Ilth. Kan" el.ot .ii..v,fi, .,.;,, , ... ..n.. uml- . Mr. mith Kti!.?.!! utll irtiii ut !iih new I'lav, h.ilk'.. ;r th- ."Wu Yn Pork theatnr, igil-t -I. 'uNiiiiK Iteilrmi: i"t- re in Mlntnir. Jt.H.. '' ' Chohn-t.inl -i. rtil B'!len-j (". UV-t:..rt i .. r..nconl 7. lxtnsi.ii Mi Xylite M.t.nt. ltel the lesdincl.uiv with litAX ' KltehellerA Irri" oireiexhlIit-l in Kookllk. i Mav Chih.h. M.. 7. nmiu.t L..ui!ol;, t". " 'r,. ?.!!.- is. ' 'nie..m I nnn'tfO MiBilrel-arpitupin KHhe. ter. X. Y.. My to Kiittalo tl. Khnint i. rterMn. X.J., Neuarl: It. Jerv t'ttv !." Mi I.'lh:ii Clev.f,l.trl: kt ai!ttl f.jr Knu luniJ: hid !: Kat.- Forsyth atul Mis luiutiioy Rrn- w.ll f' !N.r her voni-Ie n My M. Smith. Allen. Morton Martin"- '-Uf F.nr'' MintreW e.tiiin-tiee a weel.'s cnjiigetnen: in Ford- u:.i h"iie, Wnihtujftoii. l. C. May .. ,line"inili Hii-t i.inp:iii u-re ;ti Wheeling. V. Va.. May 3 New Krmt-.trni. I'a.. I. MendnIIa 5, Lne C, rjiaira. Xe York, 7, buitch; inton s. Iiire-rt.-d tint Mr. F. E. liivn hw- .rtrr.-j Xat. (Hlriti VtHajeek urn twlf intrnit t. trtvvt next et-n in I i reeniiitriu:td Khu- Xellli"-. Mnste Mivhcl! played in Troj. K. Y.. A.ril J7. The oi'lejjetier.illv liked Jok. Murfhv'- 'Mialin Klin-" Jl:y I .Ntl Hur;ie in "Wnl-.w B.-dutt' Iayei 1.3. Th lrer Farmlj nikI .S-l KiihII eie in WiMiti-.-kei. IC I . M-y ':t. North AJnui-. Ma.. t. HrattWw.ro. Vt . Noriii .tm-.. In..t; t't-:le!,l 7. Trvy. X. . s. Ki.iin Kooth 'aill tit siven io minu-iie fcut' moiitat l-ncfi' in New Voik j.ri.r f If tepnrtnro for Ktirop-. John T. Ivttieti! x ill - similarly eoinj.lifneiif.'.l tf'T" h- -lot-. "ilnnipty luiu.i." ;.i.',"Huiui.?v lismj ty" continued it. .-it on ilie "wall lit ftulit tlelplihi eaiein of MltK the i..et w-k. The eoinny 'lt Kreellto tiie unkT'- Mayl. Hnrliio HiiriMnil.iiiatioii -re t Klinint. X. V., May 4, Ilorneil.ivillo .., iilvuit j, Hnnifonl. I'h..?. Krie a. huI are tine at Huflnli., X. Y. 1. tr ttiret-nistit-, and theaoloM their eoii. t ill? Willmni -nnl coniu.ii eloii A wahon t week- rtitrnlton in Lynn." Mi z. liy !ngprevioi!tvin Fall ltiver. M-t . l lintsktuu ll. S"f.i..n. U L, l. U'tein-tx-aet I'toviiiew.e U.IS The Kiiiiim AltHott Knliah-onera aoiii0:iy snni m It-t..i), I'h.. May U, VVilno..vi.u. Ivl.. I. I'hitiuWphia. Fh . Trenton. X. J.. n, Xew UriiRowtek 7. iMrt.-r-M'ti a, anrt then t'lo-w-tl th eHoii. The fri'rion e.iie.sly ..nnuii in "Frenka" aj'VHtetl m the '.rami upera-hoi!. XeMjk. X. .1 . Artl .a. May I, to good liusinean. Jowph leftertnn i snnnnoe.l ...anil Mr.an.l Mr. W.J. Florenee s. T.nv Iei(ier "lli.iit.ry ltnii.u l'roiie' . ltii.i!.i m YoiiiMtMii. ti". nl J7Z Akron -.. (?tiil..n 2. Worfest.M Ti. anihiH!,, yiy I. Fre mont 3. .VlriMii. M:eh . I. JfkMtiis. Uav I'm 7, Ijitt SanimttH a. , 8u J.L.;: t ! Istrou. Miel, . I. R..v Titv Katl IjJihhw t. and i- due at Oraiei K:d- 7, Mti'k.'to.n s. 4 hieNgo, Mi.. onewtek. D'Oyly . -er:tt'ouiir.v vin in iiln triand. M... April M, Ii.v.'iik. V. ., 27. Sa. 2Mii-iil!e. .. .5JurieefeM Jo, Inivten Mhv I. RiThnio iJ. Iutt..:t. Fori Wajnel. 'loledo. lV. w, Irami RiipiiU. Mifh.. 7. Cari'i'ro." Minlr-Nilayeil the iat a-eelc :u Lirtoy Hall, Pitiobnra "I'H.. April M. ami aa there were no perforui!iti:e ut ihe op ru-houa iiii eiisHineui remi-i i(oninii v. Tne f.jnetl in Cleielantt.o , Ma :t, for a Ufct. I U-.lV.n... . .11 t.-.r I . t hut will not et in Lomlor. havmit lim engnued ty Mr. AU) for IM uighl". IjeiuniiiK at the Xeu York I'.irl. SNptemla-r A. when fiill4rta.liew play, hojtuer'a Fair, Hilt b- protlm-eil for lha firxt tune. The desire to itr.e Atlelsitic X'-ilnns fare well (a ttnii.)in?.-t.i irfortnnneev iu New York Uity. taw great f hat tbe auiiiiorum .f HoothN theater foin-i not si-etitniiuxlste nil wh" lt. plied fur !Ulmi."i)U .Juriny the pn-t week. She plaved in 'ItnmcK and Juliet" ami "A- You Like It' K. A. Southern Hint voiiionnv plavetl in tha Euclid-avenue opers-houw. ilevelaad, Ohio. Aprils. -.7. in 'lur itietit-.tn foi.ain. ia"Th C ui-hed Tracetlian" J'.ahtt "I'lintlrttirv's Broth r &m" ami "iMni.lreary Msrri i and Settled", to gixxl t'ltsiiv-.... rnni:n.- imn.trel opened Ma; ... Mary Anderson. uoit h-av!iiu Toronto April 'It': invited II ixcrly't fttioretl JJiiflTreN to her private ear, .itvlsther wt.tli th-y sjHvens near u ovular minstrel perforrnawe :h the eireuuiataaeea t lie.fe.1. StiinuUted i.y her inter.-!, the oonioauv j taid to hnsk aiven" h ni"inintlJy comle'an-l eharsvteriatle eut'-riiuiiit-iii. aje1 llf 'tiTiujwno company. . .. a I r - f . t. :t i-rvseut nlaviii!' proMhiy i!ar in our eitv on their return en.-t. Should ihev d. o our Iheater- gcraean expeet a m re- t rent. Thev eloted a rery aiirt'eaofnl areekiiT lien ver on M -1. They plaved ia 6reely,Colmndo,:i. Houider4 Uvltleu Central City C. tivr Knwi 7, ft and are ditent fad ville 10, one week. Barniim'. greut shoa- ot-cnpie.l the old t'api luliue firounu-. Brooklyn. iat seek, and nearly erery nijjht theiinmeuae teut was crowded, tha only exceptinna U-ing Monday and Fntay aight! when the rftiutullv le-ted the merits of the water proof eanyas. At tt-e afternoon ertorni:tnces there were larue, hut not crowded ittlieriiiits. except oa (Saturday, when there wh n larjte turn- out ef Tiitors. It i uudertnHl tluit Mr. Strakoch' prima donua in the Kniih opera company which ho will run neat season will be 3ferie fCom Mt.a Guy lord, of the Carl Rosa company, it ia said, will be second tlonna. Mas and Packard wilt be the teuor. and Miss York, the contralto. U is unlikely that Mdl'e. de Belocea will he an other or the contralto. Mr. Carletoa is the baritone and Mr.t'ooly the basso". Benedict Tacagni. aged six years, the Mid sblpmite in the Childreal's nasfbre. at tha UiH-raCointiue. London, .lied ou the '26th f Mtn-h He waa takeu ill oa Saturday. March 'Jt. the Iat day or tke seaanu. U i.a atated that in the dehriitui coii!-e.juvnt on hia illnea, acute rheumatism, hecontinmllr uz saalchea of the Pinafore music, th" laat ,-iudible soual be utter ed being hn ver-iou of "For he is an Fngliah- Lotta is engKetl to be married. This time it i no joke. h nieaua it. Lott.i hn.-- had ever ae maiiv aawsfwaer eamsemeuta ia the aaatn nionial line. Ixit you ntiiy -.mble that ut last ahe liac:iitahr on The yotinft tnan haa my t'ontTatuIation.a.aud I wil net a little somethinf that h 2-t more envy thau aay chrtp in tbe country. HeiaMi. actor, sol ani told, and iaat pieUt plujin in Aew York. He is the Sou of clergv mun, ami i very welt connected up iu this aiHte.- Xpw York corres..ndanee Ch-rajio Time. I. T. Mlllir.. knUt, ,ibm u.s.. msn ia everything else nnder the present admiaistratien, w aa Ohio man. He goes to a restiuraat wearing aa ulster reaching to hia aakles, eats a first clan aaeal and ac knowledges that he caa't pay for it, bat say he will soon have some money, aad meanwhile leaves his pantaloon for secu rity. Then buttoning ap hia ulster so closely that ao one notices the absence ot hi paataloona, he walks to a first-clam hotel, register", and retires to his loom asking to be called at eight o'clock the neat morning. Whea eight e'eloca cosws he raiee s row, says hie paatalooaa have been stolen, with his pocket book in one of the pockets, aed makes terrible threats a boat giving the place away, as a favorite resort fer hotel thieves. The landlord aeade out snd bays a nice pair of paataloensfor him, ad a he "has to leave immediately' gives htm S9. The heat sf to the restaurant, redeems the other paate by paying for hia sapper, asd skips, afceyt $19 ia. ' fjHTSlClalSS my ir w' ffBWTf SU1STI X nrr forth aWm Miaiae. Superior ia tome roperties, aad sroeae ae 'dtaaeratabla Sold Si. AO nap ,CauuaIietoa.