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BATES OF ADVERTISING. i DAILY BAZOO : One asuare, one insertion $ 75 " " three iscertiooe 1 50 " " ooe week 2 50 WEEKLY BAZOO: One aquarr, or lew, one insertion $1 25 Each aubseqaent insertion 75 Ooe square one tine, daily a weekly. 1 75 AIDRE J. WEST GOODWIN. Sedalia Weekly Bazoo. DAILY BAZOO Tlie ITe?t daily paper in the rity. n.? xtciwively read throughout the .cn'i rtion of tke State, hy :..unesa nit'it :n-.u-hiiig all clashes, it offers iiiilmviun advertisers as the best medium ihrotiy? rhii-h to reach the public. VOLUME xr. SEDALIA. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. MAY IS. 18SO. NUMBER 50. TKILMS OF Oiiiyvar, SUNDAY MORKINn ItAZoo; " - 3L ; l PICNIOS AHD CXHCOMlTANTS That season in which the ordinary young man and the average maiden delight to fill deliuiousiy stored bas keta with the good things or life and ride merrily away to the picnic ground i has come upon us in its full vigor. ' The advent of summer ems to have ' been preceded hy but little of that balmy season which we call spring, i and the picnic time bursts full fledged j upon us, without the usual preparato ry gradations from cold to heat. In this connection, there are some important points involved, which have claimed the attention of emi nent scientific investigators, one of them being the composition of the favorite beverage known as picnic lesaonade, and it may not here he out of place to for a moment turn our at tention to their consideration. It is a well known fact that Profes sor Tice, the great meteorologist, if not only ths first of weather seers, but that he is also renowned as a chemist and has on several occasions emphat ically made the declaration that he believed it was unnecessary for him "to take a back seat for any of them," by which it is understood that the venerable professor meant to intimate that he was no slouch when it come to! a question of analvziutr or miximr the nostrums of the pharmaceutist. This being known as the fact, a call has been publicly made uon the dis tinguished gentleman in question to publish a treatise and a book of reci pes upon tbe composition of picnic lemonade. To this iuvitatiou he has graciously given acquiescence, and the pamphlet prepared under his super vision now lies before us. To give a complete review of the learned scien tist's exhaustive work is forbidden by a limit of space, hut some of the more salient points of the volume (which is a massive quarto of 7G3 pages, and contains voluminous and instructive foot notes) may be mentioned here. The professor first bt-gaii his labors by sending to all parts of the country for samples of picnic lemonade as taken from the vessel in actual use nt the time of obtaining the specimen for analysis. He received returns from eighteen western states and 342 coun ties, of which twenty-seven were of Missouri. These last included no loss than 168 samples, of which eleven were from Pettis county, and it is to his report upon these that we will con fine our extracts. "I am not aware,' says the professor in his reimrt," that I have anywhere found more peculiar or interesting samples of the extract citrus lha mtm (vulgaris, "lemonade") from any other section of this state. Missouri. The difficulty of analysis has been much enhanced by the chemical union of an unusual percentage of foreign matter, and the resolving of these combined elements into their original forms has ade the task a most absorbing and delightful one to a scientific mind. ' Until I shall have made further inquiries into the details of the recipes now in use in this section, I shall be unable to determine whether or not to rcsjsaimepd or condemn this brand of j the extract of citrus Unwnum. 1 "It may be that the properties of : Flat creek water, or that of the Big and Little Muddy, are such as to ren tier them invaluable in composition lor the purposes of an acidulated drink. Indeed I am of the opinion thai this is the case, but I am not pre pared to account for the unusual quan tity of animal substance found in solution. Do the lemonade com-' pounders of : ettis believe that a mod icaai of flesh improves a beverage ? If as I must disagree with them, iu teto, as I believe that the pursuit of sjaek a method might sometimes re wait fatally by causiug an unexpected lodgmeat of insoluble substance be neath the epiglottis. "I shall conclude this report, for the present, being desirous of more light before proceeding further, by presenting the following analysis of the samples forwarded: per rnt. Oxygen 80. Hydrogen 10. CM red Madrtmte.. 1.7 Orcanie nailer.. :V.y Sarar (rajorw) . 0 1 Vegetable Matter (leave, etc.)... 2.65 Pare earth (rutgarit). 1 Ho 100.00 We leave Professor Tice here. Thre is saach food (for thought) in j his aaalysis, for the question is an im partsat cae, aad we trust that he will he favored with all the additional light ha saay desire. The reputation of Pettis is at stake, and with the favor able leaaisg ia our favor it is to be hoped that fntare reports will not be permitted to grow less glorious for Jack of information vouchsafed the Isaraed chemist by our county lem oaaaa makers. Mayor Evaas has doae well in de terariaiag to rigidly ea force the ordi- aaace regardisg the securing of teams left staadinf oa the street. - Sedalia iisa't Jeffersoa City, aad there are -people ia the streets re whom a run away pair of horses is liable to in- Oa this aright Sabbath morning, 'leok at the aewsy colamas of tbe heoariaf Basoo aad reflect that it. is itae reward of virtue. Bins: The Hero of trie Whisky Promises a Startling Sensation. Saying That He Has Papers and Letters Showing the 8ecret His tory of Corruption at the White House. "rrsjHHi.'ij- ..I Ciii'-:i Titn-. St. Louis, May 8. In the office at the Lindell hotel, yesterday, standing with his hack against a pillar, and in w - yery earnest conversation with a man ' whose sallow face and deliberate! m-0. riu;n,i inn, - .1;, r St, Louis, I discovered no less , personage thai, Gen. John McDouald. The date and the man seemed Hhm,fi - cant Iv coincident. Ihe question at one1 suggested itself whether his sudden reappearance so near to the -nieetiug of the anti-third termers indicated the imssibiiity of an out-S break. It is t: tcitl v understood that o f as intimate with McDonald, who vas intimate with Grant long before as well as during the war, and who was deep in the mysteries of his administration, went to prison in the capacity of scapegoat for the whole Grant connection in 1875, carrying with him secrets that the nation at large was burning to learn. The sudden though uot un expected arrival of his pardon, after eighteen months of imprisonment bad given a color of satisfaction to the ,ttW' aud lhe peculiarity of his be- havior ever since has tended to con firm this theory of his case. While most of the Grant managers have affected contempt for hiiu, and assum ed to care nothing for what he might know, judges of character who have taken any care to remember the past have regarded McDonald with more or less expectant interest. That some time, when the memory of past successes, pat disgraces and present injuries shall bear too heavily upon him, McDonald would break silence and flush the light of a very-intimate knowledge into the dark corners of Grant's life, has been confidently anticipated. I had read iu the Re publican, a day or two before, a note over his signature protesting against the abuse heaped upon those Republi cans who oppose Grant, aud warning the party that legitimate reasons ex isted "without end." Almost the last act of Grant' l official life was the issuance of Mc Donald's pardon. Released from prisou he went to Wisconsin, and thence, after a year or two of domestic trouble, in the settlement of which the last remnant of his fortune dis appeared, he removed to Nokomia, Illinois, about 100 miles east of this city, where he now resides. I asked him, after a little while, whether he had come to St. Louis on business in any way connected with THK ANTI-GKANT MOVEMENT. The question fired him, and, much to my surprise, he began to talk with sharp and outspoken freedem upon subjects over which he had for several years battened down the hatches of speech. "No, sir," said he, "I'm not here on any such business. When I think the time has come for me to talk, TU talk right out ; bttt I don't propose to make any mistake about either the time or the place." I explained that his being here at such a time had suggested the ques tion, -to which he auswered that be had come to Sl Louis upon purely ' private business. "Don't you think," he asked, a moment later, 'that I could make a ! sensation if I were to deliver a lectuie in St. Louis on my experience! while I was an officer under Grant?' Assuredly I did think so, and ad mitted the fact. "Do you think of doing it?" I a&ked. "I don't know but I may," was the replv. Then, tumiou with a nervous jerk of his chair, he added : "People have got a wrong idea of me, and of what I have done and can do. I don't suppose any mm in the history of this nation ever had a greater lever under his hand than I have got to-day if I want to move it, I am a peculiar kind of man, and one of my pecu liarities is that I never destroy or lose a letter or a scrap of writing that I get from anybody. Now, then, I'vt got what would make a very close and clear history of Grant's administration from the beginning to the end." "What do vou propose to do with it?" I asked." "That depends on what other people do - entirely." " What do you mean ?" "1 mean to say this : That I've sacrificed everything to an idea. I've been imprisoned and lost a fortune of a quarter oi a minion, ana oeen ostracised and abused as no man ever was before. Now, why have I suffered it all in silence ? There are men will tell you I did it because I couldn't help myself. That shows all they know about it. I went to prison on an understanding and an idea, and by going to orison I saved this coun try the most frightful shame and disgrace that ever could have covered any country under the sun. Do you understand me ? I walked into court, as you might say, with the atmosphere of the President's blue room still in my clothing. I needn't have gone any farther than the court alone. I might bave had company." "Do you mean to say you went to prison by agreement and to save Grant ?" "I mean just that in effect I don't think I'm giving anything away when I sav so, because there are plenty of men right here in St. Louis that ktmw it not as well as I do, because they don't know the facts, except in a general way, but it is pretty common ly understood in this neighborhood, I guess." john Mcdonald. j "Then your intention i to lei out ' what you know ?" I "Only under certain circumstances. i oon i want to see mvseii aim mvj sacrifices wasted, and the same feeling of duty that sent me to prison will compel me Co tell what I carried there; in case these men appear to be tu a fair way to get control of the govern i merit again. That's all. I am not j so sure the Chicago convention will i nominate Grant ; but if it does, look I out for me. I'm up and dressed for! a na t. V ? frJ load lhit W d .l"! I ftVtBBtA hia tima as Ih a tight, and I can sink that crowd oukl kill tnem so grave-robber wouldd't ..V m "I e"PI your story, in that case would be somewhat ic the nature of evidence? I "Y ou m,Kbt conslr,le ,!t s !ev,de??eor not' -vou P,ea8e I t It would be in the interest of honest men and honest government." "But you would have to tell it as a participant ?" "Well, I nay aav that I am not going I t?.8Pare J011.' .eilberr in ra , Kln' 1 AlP to the P?,t,,u I was placed lu. my past misdeeds with other men, or my own feelings. I shall give the facts. I took say trouble as cheer fully as I played into their hands and when the change came. Judge Treat gave me the whole bill of fare, from soup to nuts. 1 went through it like i 1 went through it a little man, without a squeal ; so you see as to myself honors are easy and you cau t in vour couscietice con a a. demn me, for I have suffered all the penalties." "Let me ask one direct question, General. Did any of the proceeds of .a. m m the transactions cere tor which you were tried ever go to the White House ?" General McDonald looked nt me quickly, and hesitated an instant. Then said he : "Well, here you're getting a little outside the Hue you started on. I told you I'd be heird from id case ot ivenerai irrant s nom ination. He hasn't been nominated yet." He shifted the subject at this point, aud returned to it only once again during the hour I remained with him, when he said he would uot ask the world to take anything he might say upon his unsupported word ; that he had means whereby he otftild prove everything he might say. This ob servation was induced by a reference to the speeches of Leonard Swett and others, who insisted that Gram's former 'mistakes' and associations must sink into insignificance in view of the demand of the nation for the mau. General McDonald smiled at this, and said he had noticed these speeches and regarded them as a sort of preparation of the public mind against the truth, should, the truth come out. W. D. E. WILLOTJGHBY'S CASE. He Gets Tan Years In the Pen. HjKvi.il dispatch to tbe Buoo. BooNvirxr, Mo., May 15. Willoughby, who shot and killed a young man in Howard county three years ago at a pic-aic, had a trial at Fayette about one year ago and the jury could not gm. Tbe case was than takes to Cooper eounty by change of venue. Tbe case wia tried this week and given to lhe jury yesterday evening. About four o'clock to-day the jury brought in a verdict of guilty and awaeancd tke punwhaient at ten yeara in tbe state penitaetiary. Wilioagbby ia a young man who formerly resided ia Illinois, ana casae to tbin'state ia 1878, the aaaae aamattr which he killed his victim at the picnic. Willonghby'a ewter, who haa followed her brother with a coaateadaUe devotion, stood by him to the last aad it was through her antiring exertion that be to day owes hi light pmuahaaest. If any troaMe ia attendant apon the Baby' teething don't hesitate to we Dr. Ball's Baby Syrup. It i io valuable. Price 25 cent. IiaVMOHTS. L&monte, Mo., May 15. There ia coneiderableitalk about the fu neral expeneea of John Rogers, who was killed by the train a week or two ago. They amounted to nearly one hundred dollars. The physician's charge for put ting the body in shape, and all experwea included, together with a ive dollar fee to the expreaa company for bringing the body up, eo that a man had better die at home. A protracted meeting ia now going on nt the christian cbarch in tfaia plane, con ducted by Elder J. H. Hughe. Hia mot to: The bible and the bible alone, it faith in iu purity and practice without change. Subject lo-aigbt, The spirit ual need ot Abraham. Sunday morning, God can rave the lost. Evening, Conversion of Corne lius. There was a wedding west of town oa Tharsday afteraosa, aad a atreaade in the evening, continaed antil a ive dollar bill was handed oat, whea the manic ceased. We are informed that this was the fourth marriage for the bride. The Rev. W. 6. F. Wallace, of Sedalia, will preacB is tne preaoytenan enures in this place, to-morrow morning and evening. Hon. John T. Heard, of Sedalia, was in tats place taw week. He m saying corn here aad shipping it to Tessa. The young folks of LemonUs are going to-day to Big Haddy, on a fishing spree sad party. Judge Otbiioa akipned four car loads of cattle to St. Lauis thia week. Tbe cropa need rain, although they are doing very well. R G. Yocoi fithing. has gone to the Otage, IndigeaUoa, weak stomach, irragulari tiea of the howale, esasot eiiat shew Hop Bitten NCHICERS' PARADISE. That's What the M., X. Boyi Had at Lamine Yesterday. T. About 1,500 Persona Particpatad and a Royal Time Was Eniovod by All. i The Missouri, Kansas fc Texas is one of the few railroads in the country that gives its employes an aunual pic-' n i c, on which occasion everything is furnished by the company, without cost to those participating. The first was given last year, ami was a success in every particular. The ecoiid was Bncu ;Rlu.,, . .uwe wcauuiui mtraii wvswsf Ar1a ? Anal m ive i Kautit I fa 1 dav could not have been wished for. During the past two weeks the com- mitteeon arrangements has been uu - . . . , tiring iu its efforts to have everything in pkofek shape for the occasion, aud nobly did it do (" their husbands are garrisoned, were its work. The place selected was iu murdered in a wood near Staab, in the delightful grove lielonping to Mr. """W- The murderers were ar . .i - .iiT, .. , rested aud could not denv their crime, fetnpes, at Lamiue tank, fifteen miles bul lhey m m,t Cl)nfej- the north of this city. A more beautiful ' which is unknown to this dav. One spot could not have been chosen. La- Ine ver. a narrow but deeu stream. j ruil8 throueh the erounds. furnishing a source of eujoyment to all who go on an excursion ot this kind. Before eight o clock yesterday morn ing the large crowd assembled iu and around the Fifth street depot convinc ed all that something unusal was go - ing on. Alen ami women, youug meu with their sweethearts, with the usual uumber of children, were there con gregated, all dressed in holiday attire. mar At 8:30 o clock the first train, con sisting of five coaches, four flat and four box cars, thirteen in all, pulled up at the depot, and in a short time every available seat was occupied. The train was in charge of Couducgor Hank Rush, who was assisted in tbe work of takiug up tickets by Messrs. Cronk, Barber aud Hodgius, while Charley Suedaker had his haud on the throttle. The engine, No. 89, was handsomely decorated, and looked as though destined for a Fourth of July excursion. A few minutes later THE TRAIN Ffl.I.ED OUT, but from the crowd at and in the vicinity of the dejnit, it was plainly evident that not more than one-half of the party had .secured passage on the first section. A tew minutes later the second sec tion, consisting of seven coaches, with I. M. Fleming as conductor and Engi neer Willis iu charge of the No. 88, had the remainder of the excursionists aboard, and nivay they sped for the ground''. Ou the way up shortstops were made at Beaman aud Clifton for employes who desired to participate in the pleasures of the day, and shortly after ten o clock the second section REACHED THE GROVE, the first section having arrived about an hour earlier. Here they all alight ed, and a jollier crowd of fifteen hun dred persons could not have been found. There was soon a general scatterment for different patts of the grounds, all seekiug such amusements as they liked. Five rowing boats had been secured for the oceas-ion, and they were launched in Lamine river, and sport of this kind was one of the features of tbe day. A number of gentlemen also took along with them guns, glass balls, targets, etc., and put in tbe time in TESTING THEIR SKILL. Among the number were A. B. Demp sey, J. C. Barber, John Voerge, Geo, McKee H. Kessler aud others. Shoot ing it glass balls was indulged in by . ail mi mi Ntri.v, uui .lscuiutcy nuu i -II c .Li- I . TV 1 - onruer aecureu .c them doing some pretty ooung. They shot at thirty balls, in stretches D I 1 .1 I I .U -1 nf ton Poh and hnth aniHdftl in breaking nine out of ten. Mr. Bar- ber then shot at thirty and twenty straight, breaking twenty-seven and nineteen respectively. Many had provided themselves with fishing tackle, and some finespecimens of the finuy tribe were caught. Cro quet was another source of amusement to many. A large platform had been erected and "-l-1-" was what caught most of the party, the music being furnished by thSesUs baud, who did their share toward fur-; nisning pleasure ior me picmcers. They played several pieces before leav ing oedalia, also on the trip up, and i all through the day. They acquitted ; themselves as they always do, and re ceived praise from all. Johu Shearer did most of the calling for the dancers, and proved himself an adept at the bu-iness. Mr. Eggleston aud Freddie Morrill were on hand with REFRESHMENT STANDS, where those desirisg anything in that Hue were accommodated, and they did a good business. An East Sedalia saloon keeper was also there with liquors, but the committee quickly bounced him, giving him to under stand that he would not be allowed to sell within two miles of the grounds. He thought the advice given was good, so he picked up and returned to the city, somewhat ont of pocket At noon, groups could have been seen scattered throughout the grove, partaking of tbe good things that had been prepared by wives, mothers and sweethearts, sod tbe Bazoo does not think any of those present ever enjov ed a meal more than tbev did this oas. Most all had provided them selves with provisions, but those who bad not were taken care of by others and made to teel perfectly at Jiome, and that it was a pleasure to have their company, To the credit of tbe employe and all who accompanied them, the Bazoo is pleased to know that there wasn t a uruuKen tersou on the premises, an the day was most pleasantly and profit amy sient, without an accident o: any kind, or anything transpiring that could in the least mar the day's recre ation. . The entire party returned home In " time for supper, and no doubt return thanks to the eenerous managers of i the in., Jv. & l. lor their liberality . mm - - o on this occasion. AN INCOMPLETE HANGING A Gallows Bird Besosoiuted Science. by if?uuT..rivsin'lTi e New York Wt.rl.l. I must dwell urwin h verv ucrlv a t a SW io-uav, which na catuea a great deal of excitement among the lower classes, aud which would be f,,e1Kene'?l, ot conversation still had not death put a sudden end to it. , S5om momhg tW() women re,lrn. ' itf rom a visit to Bosnia, where of the ruffians died in prion before! I the seutence was spoken. A week airo the execution took ulace. a and as it was carried out iu public great , crowds, eauer tor sometluug uucom- inon. even at the risk of it being un commonly horrible, surrounded the scaffold. The murderer's name was jTahaks, and he belongs to the lowest class of the country population. When the cord was already rouud his neck he expressed his desire of ad dressing the public, and began say- , iug with au eirphasis worthy of an orator, "I die willingly, but, my dear ladies and gentlemen. Here the executiouer iuterposcd and withdrew tbe trap-door, to tint labaks died in au act of speech, without knowing it, as it were, and without a struggle. The executiouer hail been most earn estly entreated by a doctor of raedi cine, a professor, to provide him for once with a "warm corpse. lo comply with this wish he shortened the legal "eight minutes tor which a crimiual should hang to three, aud handed the corpse over to a physician, who declared Tabaks to be entirely dead. The body wan spread upon the marble table iu the anatomy room and 1'rofessor and students perpared for the dissection, which, had they been in anything of a hurry, might have tecome vivisection. au oi a sudden the body moved, first its feet, aud then its hands, aud at last trembled violently all over. The Professor did not lose his presence of miud, but calmly sent to the authori ties to ask if Taluks was to he re stored to life, or executed again be fore he awoke ! In the meantime he thought it his duty as a human being to do all he could to restore the life which had so unexpectedly shown itself. After an hour's hard rubbing and inhaling of salts, Tabaks was sufficiently recovered to understand that he had come to life this side of the Orcus, not the other side, as he at first believed. He swallowed a plateful of soup, and then fell a prey to violent fever, while his neck swell ed in a most alarming manner. This was all we heard on the first day, besides vague information as to the authorities being uncertain whether the halt-slain man should nut be hanged over again more thoroughly. There was a aniyersal outcry against this. It was said that Tabaks had atoned for his crime by suffering what the officers ot the law had declared to be death. More cannot be exacted by the UWk No man can be killed twice. W fine people were watching or the knights and ladies on their . .1 1 , - 1 snv in a ran' mwiii.i naaiaa anaii a' mm fi of the tournament describetl in Ja3t ,eer ttie general topic of t-i-l., tuJ '" lhe mans death, which took place exactly twenty-four hours after his execution, happily put an end to the contro versy, aud pity for the sufferer was the universal feeling. He had raved during a whole night, had suffered the most horrible spasms, and had so often attacked his uurae that it was fouud necessary to tie him to his bed. The probable consequence will be the removal of the executioner from his i u:..u i.n .1 i u "y'r" u"u .u..6 w,lh 90 1ttle CTre; . - parson Talmsge Illustrating a Text in Daniel. N Yutk HrraM. Before the opening prayer at the Brooklyn tabernacle yesterday, be tween tha opening prayer and the first hymn, and then before tbe sermon, Prof. AH blew his cornet briskly. Then Mr. Talmage made a 'notice' of his pupil Harrison's re vival work, which, he said, would 'give thousands of Brooklyn people admission to the kingdoa of glory and reserved seats about tbe throne of God.' Tbe text of tbe day was from Daniel v.. 27 : "Thou art weighed in tbe balance and found wanting." Mr. Talmage drew a ground plan of Babyloa, embellished it with statistics, and said : "Oh. what a citv! and I tall you that to-night that city is to be destroyed. lhe king and his people were having a draukea carousal, and the king sat staring, as a drunken man win, at the wau. toe lights went out, aad oat of the sleeve of tbe darkness casae the finger that wrote tha awful words of oar text. See tbesi there! there! there! (sod the preacher pointed to tbe wall of the tabernacle so pointedly that the audience turned arooiQ poq stared at it.) We have no balance that is accurate except God's measure. God hss a perfect bushel and a perfect peck and a perfect gallon. If a merchant pours out short measure, God notes it and the recording aagel puts it down. A farmer telh apples, TTft T Tl il Ts A TT and every apple short is put down in' I H. I . HjlT K A K H that big, big hook. But I an. to -"!JUJAJLJl talk of balances that weigh nrincinle. I - - " - rz The tine will come when God will sit dovvn on th whit- throne and weigh the world ; ou une side the world's opportunities. anj tKer side the world's sins. Then down go the sins an I up the chances, and then the torc'ies are annlied. and God savs : "Burn that world ! A church is weighed, and if a church , sayesaicw souls when it ought to savea lot. he snews it out of M a - mouth. God has weighed the Span Spanish, dynasty many times and always found it wanting. 1 he French emnire was also nut in the balance. There came up a cry of -weighed and found wantiug from Sedan. TheiMimnand glory of France were weighed nothing against the duplicity and the libertinism of that man who went down at Sedan. I want to be personal. i ioo i oeneve in saving souls in toe . 1 . . . . auBiiaui. i nuUicr llOII I CO III tni Auirondacks to shunt tifr tn tko abstract. (Baur at a hvnothetieal t - --v, w mm . w leer iu the gallery.) Does a physi-1 cian treat sickness in the abstract ? You and I have a malady, and we i JIij th. .-1 i ft a HIM an nsBi Tliil sfcisiiisi soui.' 1 ins is uo anstraction. hut. . we will find on the day of judgement, i I a sober piece ot reality. Here is a' moralist. Let us weigh this moralist. (Weighing something, very likely a moralist.) He passes for an upright man, the most exemplary in Brooklyn. Gome in moralist ; step' on the scales. But stop ; what is that bundle vou are carrying? Your reputation ah. lay it down. We wish to weigh you and you only. Have you paid your debts and been kind to tbe poor ? Yes ; well, so far so good. But, on the other side, have you always been right in your thoughts ? Putd iwn a mark. Have you lost no opportu nity of doing good ? Ah, how manv ! j wet m ofg (mo ana pur. aown a thousand marks for the ten thousand times that you have failed to do your full duty. And then the verdict will be aud the result of the balancing. 'By the deeds of the law shall no flesh living be justified.' "Here we have a formulist (catch ing one). Let us weigh him and how heavy or how light he mav be. uai ia mm m your pocket r a Westminister catechism. And in that other pocket? A Heidelberg cat echism. And that book under vour arm ? A church record. And wht in that bundle ? Calvin's Institutes. O man ! we are not weighing books, we are weighing you. Your religion and your orthodoxy won't save you unless you have Christ on your side. Men have cone down to nerditinn with the catechism in their Dockets. Yon have sat at the table of com munion. That won't save you. You bave been a 'professor'for forty years. That won't save vou. You mav have everything of your conversationally and on the other side I'll mit the text, 'Having the form of godliness but denying the power thereof, from such turn away.' You'll go sky high." xxii lormuusi, acrooaiicauy.j Aid for tha Milton Sufferere. Philadelphia, Pa., May 15. At a meeting in the mayor's office, today. 3,380 were contributed for the Mil ton sufferers. KABKST8 BT TJtUSQBAPH. New York Money Market. New York May 15. Monet. Eauv! 5 per cent. Sterling Steady ; 1 85J1 88r risM. Silver at London, 51 pence. Br Silver here, 1 14. Bar Silver at London 52 $ peace per itince. Bonds (Governments, Generally steady. Railroad bonds Firm State apcorilie. dull. Stocks Declined 3J percent, at open-. in?. Iftltpr Canada Hnthm Lmt anhuu- r qoently recovered and advanced 2 per cent., latter, Delaware, Lackawanna & eleni. New Yokk Market. New York, May 14. Flour Kietdv in buyer's favor. Wheat Sprme. dull. lower, winter. heavy, lower; No. 1. white, May, 17. No. 2,red, May, r33j. Corn Hetvy, Quiet Miied western. pot 505'Jj. tlata Miade Better; western, pot 42 44. Beef Quiet and a "changed. Pork Fins, qaiet new mem, 11 25.. Lard Steady: steam, 730 Bacon Dull ; unchanged. WhMry western 1 1215 St. Louis Majiket. St. Louis, Mo- May 15. Flour- Quiet. Nothing doing-. Wheat Lower Ao. 2, ffed. 9IMI cali; ofered st S8 at cIor. Corn Lowen Mi Oata-Dall. 31. Rye Unchanged, Bar lay Unchanged. Whiaky Steady ; 1 07. Provisions Very dull Unchanged. Pork Firm, strong; 10 62j65 Dry Salt Mean Firm, 4 006 30 6 30- 45-65 Bacon Steady rriba 4 65; clear 6 9.1. Lard Belter: 6 90 naked. 8t. Louis Live Htock Market. Hoga-Active. Yorku 4 204 35;T;. con, 4 l seavy aaipping 4 40 15. Rough heavy, 4 404d0 Receipw, 3,909; shipments, 3.200. Chicaoc Makkkt. CaiCASO, Ili, May 15. Wheat Heavy; lower. Curn Weak; lower 37. Oata Firm; higher 31. Rye Steady; No. 2. 82. Barly-No.2.7aA9 Lard Quiet, 6 95. WhMky-1 08 Provisions Quiet, opesed ssaler but dosed firmer. Pork Weak, 'ower; 1040. Chicago Live Htocx Makket. Hoga Receipts, 8.000. Active high en I'ght, 4 30 4 50; miied packing; 4 25A40; heavy abippinc. 4 455 50. Cattle Receipt 1,800; Active, firm; fair to good native; 4 UMoO; distiller: 4 900430: Mocker, 3G0Q380; bulchere. 00(4 W. Associated Press Diepatches to the Bazoo Over the Western Union Company's Line up to Four O'clock. i r THE BAT'S D0IH6S. -Q f Milto PMm-Tl. xuwu oi sauion, irennayi - vania, wipeaiutot Existence. . . Manv Lives Lott and Thon- s: ttinda of Paonln TUa. . titute , ' 1 lIITnnilMAnB tAV tha KnffilMM , Will b Thankfully BeceiTed. ITtea in the Gnnniaon Country. Cadet Whittakert Caae Dragging SIowIt Alone. Still! About 3,000 lull OpenttiTM on a Strike in En gland. Minor If iacellaneout Matton. Reportsd Ute Butchariaa. Chicago, May 15. The Tines this tbe sets of pairs viewed by the other morning published a story from Lead- ePt th note ot wsrniag. His ville, told hv John Allendorf to a re- twtimony was, in the main, corro bra porter of that citv, regarding a terri- tiTe oi tDe otner experts. The court ble massacres of while prospectors in "N"" f,,led witn Popk. having the Ute reservation. Allendorf says been stated that Whittaker would un he left his home iu Linn county, Kan- drg severe examination, sas, sewn weeks ago, with seventeen .tariinTfcii others, quipped for an expedition T KJP!OB' . . London, Mav 15. A boiler exnlo- in sraiu'ii of minerals, sion the Birchshellshall iron worts, which t lev found in tbe headwaters this afternoon, killed fifteen persons, of the Gunnison river in rich places, and twenty-five persons were taken to which yielded from $2,000 to 4,000 the hospital, some in a djingenndi- P" ln May rd, wnile the party was widely mattered, Indians, mounted, and five hundred strong, galloped down upon the camp, and MAssArunrt the whole party, aftpi' wi,;,.j, th,, .. !.;. us- pieces. Allendorf witnessed tbe whole nMv W bUb SUC1L UUUIDI 1UU1 atfair from a mountain, where he I had gone Imntitiir. The Utes carried off all the gold and the whole outfit. Allendorf escaped and walked for several days, until he reached a settle ment. He gives the following as the names of the murdered mes : Charles and John Andrews, Ellis Morton. Jas. Henderson, Joha and Isaac Dittmore, Martin Fleming, Pe ter Amberg, Fred, and Louis Snell. Edward Marion, Phil. Jackson, Jo siah Warner, Jesse, Jerry and Adam Homer and Julius Terry. Mr. Allendorf confesses that his story has been discredited by the settlers to whom he told it, and who attributed it to a disorder of the brain. Tele grams received at Leadville yesterday, report that men coming from the res ervation to Lake City report a ptrty of twenlv-five prospectors corralled in s.. r " j . i 1 -it , mm - - uunnison ana twelve Killed, lam is supiosed to be Bradbury's party, which left Del Norte three weeks ago. Gen. Mclvenzie's column is on its WAY TO THE SCENE. A letter from Ssquache savs the Utes are reported to have 'killed twelve miners fort? miles watt of that place, and troops from Fort Garland are en route there. All of the stories are subject to doubt and cannot be verified uutil the roads are in better condition. It is believed the Indmas are making preparations to go on the warpath, and some stirring news may be expected soon. Thiags at Milton, Pa. Suuhury, Pa., May 14. Tha scene at Milton, this morning, beggars de scription. Nothing remains except tbe black and desolate ruins of a once properous town. The people spent Isst night in the houses left, the nail To the Ladies and Gentlemen : PROF. GUILMETTE'S FRENCH KIDNEY PAD nwaaw BBBBBBBMBjSaajBF; PROF GUILLMETTE'S FRENCH LIVER PAD Will, positively cure Fersr and Ague. Dumb Ague, Aane Cake. Bill ions Feter. Jaundi.Iypepia. andnll da.eii or the Li Stomach and Blood. The pa4cureby abaorption. and ifc.rinH'ient. n1V.lr AWi' ror.,hii?d an'1 take BO olher. If he does not keep it, send SI.SO to the FRK.NCH PAD I.O., (L. &. Branch) TOLEDO. OHIO, aud receive it by return mail. sJUGu. For Stle by Aug. FMmaun, Drwjtjut. Cr. OK and Second Sts.t Sttlilii, M. works and planing mills. The num ber of buildings destroyed is 66G. The vaults and books of the bank are un injured. The people of the town are almost entirely destitute. Provisions have been pouring into town from the surrounding country. Tbe body of the man burned has been identified as that of Mr. Angey. ne was tnirty-nve years oki, and was attempting to save the stable of the poor house. Mrs. bticker died during the night from fright. The fire originated lrnni l , . . A, Urworks. I Tha Pone Will Qtvm Tn I Tnilnn M 1.1A Ri;n - respondent says : Hundreds of par- ihi nrf without nriMtn an1 nn im ones can be nominated until th hixh. ops are willing to submit the names of the canduUtaa tn thm lit is believed in government circles that the none 12 inelinM) tn crva in aj I . I K r " " " h tMN thP mPr nt tha naruor in PiiMmi ... k. .L.t... u j.i Europe mav be shaken by longer delay S to re-establish this power. The pope is said to be willing to make, as for merly, some sacrifices, and also some important concesstoos. In this policy. fc&ffi - I New System of Education. Msdrid, May 15. In congress Seaor Bustellos, minister of colonies, reply inc to a nueatinn hv tha C.nhmn ifonn. tv. said tha Bovernaaent Durnoned aonn to introduce a reformed system of ed ucation in Cuba and to establish agri cultural schools there ; but it was im possible, for the present, to create pre fecture and reclesiastical reforms. In answer to further interpellation, Bus- tellos said the government had bor rowed a certain sunt of money at nine per ceut. interest to enable them to meet the claims pending issue iu the projected Cuban loan. Cadet Waittaksr'BCasa. West Point, N. Y., May 15. Jo seph . Paine, expert, recalled, testi- bed to a striking similarity in one of lion. Thirty Thousand Strikers. London, May 15. The lockout at Blackburn, to-day. will make 30.(MH operatives idle. The mills will uot be . .a . re-openea until tne operatives in a . . - - to resumejwork. SEDALIA $1.00 CHEAPEST IU) BEST PAP1 IK cxntxal inaaoumi. ONLY $1.00 PER ANNUM. Postage free to any post office in Pettis County. Subscribers who take theif paper at postoffices outside o! Pettis County, will remit 20 cents extra for postage, which is paid at the office of publica tion. " - Send in your names ant money. a No name put upon the sut scription book unless aceoiiv panied with the cash. Address remittances or com munications to J. WEST GOODWIN, SEDALIA, MO. WEEKLY BAZOO A Fdritive and Permmneat Cure Omranlml In all ci! ororavvel. Diabetes, Dropny, Bright' Dit aee of the Kidneys, Incontineace and Retention of Urine Inflammation of the Kidneys, Catarrh ot the Bladder, High Colored Urine, Pain in the Back, Side or Loins, Nervous Weakneee, and in fact alt diBordoni of th Bladder aad Unitary Orcans, vt hthr eoBtractad by privat diaaaaea or otherwise. Thia great remrdy haa been used with auecara for nearly tn yean ia France, will IheBMatwoaearfnl curative eSrct. It cures by aboorptiorj; no nauseous iateraal aaediciaea beiag required. We ha?e hundreK of testimonials of cure by this Pad whea all else Had railed. LADIES, if you are sudenag with Female Weakness, Lenonr rhae, or diseases peculiar tofei!?s, oris tact any disease of th Kidneys.AMk your druggist for Prof. Cuilmette's French Kidney Pad, and take uo other. If he haa wt got it, send t2 aad you will revtiv the Pad by return mail. Addrel!. . Braneh " FRENCH PAD CO.. Toledo. Ohio.