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DAILY BAZOO Tin' oldest daily j:jiT ii; the city. :.v v ';i:voly read tl'rr"hotil the '!nr. ""it if the State, iy ....siness mvii : ii in:: all classes, it oilers indm e :erj !.i-rtk-..aH the !et tr.cdit lit thf::? vi ir'. t reach the nuhlie. TKIWIS OF DAILY: ' -r, !v mi"!, xlniire), x .m-fitbs,' ' '. a H.!h, 4 . tli-rJ. i J piv aMe to carrier rrerjr Saturday, flO oc I oc J5 tkilms 01 wki'ki.y: VOLUME XL SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUSEDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, ISSO. NUMBER 16. IV.M OF SUNDAY JfCXSINt; ItVi. "M'vmr, - 5 oe sWyai, s-l LvILYBAZOQ Ifuhra - r rvcMiig (jatarjjyi rxcer-tri), a;i en Sjudi) Mo; nil!-, Vv J. WEST GOODWIN Vigorous efforts at tobacco culture are being mad.- in Italy. The funil for the new professorships in Harvard's divinity reached $1 13,700. school lias A newspajier in the Persian tong is to be published in London, for dis semination in Persian speaking coun tries. A youth of nine years, arrested in France lately for putting stones on the railroad, explained that be did it "for Tun to see what would happen." The medical student of Maine must dissect before becau become an M. D., bat the law provides that no bodies shall be dissected except those of exe c td criminals, and another law alml ishes capital punishment. It. is easy to stump Rhode Island. A grand stand is erected in the middle of the state and the thing is done with j a single speech. Parties of the oppo sition go into Connecticut until the Bpaking i9 over. A bill authorizing the sale of part of the French crown jewels is leing prepared by the minister of fine arts, and will lie laid before the legislative chandler during its autumn session. The collection of precious stones and ornaments sjMiken of as the crown jewels consist, in part, of objects which have no artistic value, and of jewels which are classed as -'objects of art," or which have some historical associations. Their estimated value is f 1,500,000. Two stalwart men werj working at night in a Chicago freight yard. Each had a large kerosene lamp. A quar rel arose between them which ended in a fight. The lamps were used as weapons, and were sjeedily broken over the heads of the contestants. The oil ran over them aud caught fire, but neither would let go his hold, and they continued the struggle with their bodies enveloped in flame, until lioth were disabled by burning. One died immediately aud the .other lived only a few hours. There was not much doubt in the minds of the mob at Clinton, Dakota, that Ben Day ought to Ie hanged. He had committed the capital crime of stealing a horse; but he urged per sistently that he only meant to borrow the beast, and finally said: "If I was guilty I'd want to be banged ; and, anyhow, 'tian't worth while to make nftich fuss about it. Just toss up a dime, and if it goes agin me, then I won't say a word ; but if I win you're to let me go." The proposition was accepted, and Day won. At a performance given at Pro tesina by Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft, the celebrated London artists of the Hay market theatre, there were thirty eight clergymen, who were away on a summer vacation, and thought that they might enjoy themselves. The thirty-eight included one archdeacon, one prebendary, three rural deans, seven vicars, four incumbents in charge, three minor canons, two mas ters of schools, three private tutors, and the remainder were either curates or holding some preferment. William Roberts, of advauced age, was recently charged !efore a Liver pool magistrate with burning his wife in nineteen different places with a hot poker. The burns were inflicted on the 8th of August, and the woman had since been under medical treat ment. The prosecutrix, who at first said the wounds were inflicted by her husband, now declared that she caused them herself by sitting on the fire, but a doctor said the wounds could not have been self-inflicted. The prisoner was committed for trial. The next state elections in order are those of Colorado, October 5, for slate officers and a congressman ; Georgia, October 6, for state officers and a legis lature which will choose a U. S. sen ator ; Indiana, Octolier 12, for state officers, congressmen aud a legislature which will choose a United States sen ator; Ohio, October 12, for minor state officers and congressmen ; West Virginia, Octolier 12, for state officers and a legislature which will choose a United States senator. West Virginia will also vote upon two proposed amendments to the state constitution, relating to courts and to trials by jury. After these five elections no more will lie held until the great presidential contest of November 2. According to the London Telegraph an American, recently arrived in France, who saw Lannois throw vitriol at Marie Dubois, at once rushed to the spot, protested against Lannois being handed over to the police, and called upon the spectators to assist him in hanging the aggressor to the near cat fauap post. As no one in the aawd ace-Bed anxious to second his the Aaerican ran to a neigh-j boring shop himself and bought two vards of rojKJ. On bus return be ! lound Lannois in the custody of two nolicctueu. to whom be rciteated bis pr:)Kt:(l. ainl began to make a run - i ninir noo.se in the cord. With some .difficulty he was made to understand ,Uujthat lynch law would not be tolerated; liu Paris. j Worthless Stuff. my iri-ii; ii j.iu .. rz, thft Htroni:, liedtliv, l,lonuin men, women j ' ' . I . . r . . t j . .r .,.,1 i anil ciiiliiren Hil nave iieen raneo irom heil- of HickHMmiflWin;; nml almcwt death, by the u-e of Hii Hitters, you wonlil nay "(ilnrious ami invaluable remeily." Mtiother column. Philadelphia Press. See Bornhrdt's Promiscuous .Family. Lucy llixiiwr'- I-ttfr to Chicago Titnef. .Sarah, the triumphant, has been iu the city within the last few days, rest ing after her Danish successes and preparing for her provincial tour. She has been nermitted to use the still un opened Theatre des Varieties for her rehearsals and mav be seen stepping out of a closed carriage before its door everv dav about 2 o'clock. She is also engaged in superintending the prepar ation of her costumes for her American tour. They are all to be made by Felix, on the Hue St. Honore, as, un like the rest of her sex, the divine Sarah does not believe in Worth. She is also getting ready an extensive out fit for her idolized son, for Maurice is of course to accompany her to the United States a piece of maternal de votion which can not be considered unwise aud in bad taste. Cut if there is one point on which thai capricious woman of genios is a little more craz ed than another, it is in her blibd de votion to her boy. He is, 1 am told, the uorit-spoiled lad of his inches iu all the city of Paris, indulged and pet ted in every possible way, and already requiting his mother's passionate de votion with proverbial ingratitude of a spciled child. The little giils re main quietly in their convent, and no body ever hears of them : but Maurice Bernhardt, though he is not yet six teen years of age, is bis mother's insep arable companion. He is said to bear a strong personal resemblance to her except in the matter of his hair, which is red. An American lady recently told me that she never so fully appre ciated the fascination of Sarah Bern hank's voice ami manner, even in her most applauded hour upon the stage, as she did one day on the occasion of a chance meeting with that famous act ress when boating at Eiighien. The boat containing my friend and her party was nearly swamped by one in which Sarah Bernhardt was acting as steersman, while her sou figured Among the rower?. On seeing the peril of the other bark, Maurice called out, "Pray, mamma, pay attention to what you are about." "Mon fils, je levais" (son I was dreaming), was her reply, deliv ered with such melody of tone and charm of utteience that the hearer declared herself perfectly enchanted by these few simple words and quite repaid for the rik she had run of a sudden cold hath by the upsetting of her boat. incho-Quinine cures chilli and fever What Preachers Should Preach. Kuv. E. E. Hale, in North American Keier. The danger of America is that the pulpit shall be degraded even to a low er level if the preacher do not bring and give the very best they have, know and believe to the people. "Preach as if you were preaching to archangels." That was au injunction of the late Mr. Wiess, and bis obedience to bis own injunction gave to his sermons the life ami power which quicken to this day every hearer of them. Men mav make other limitations to the doctrine of hu man equality, but we shall all concede that one man has as good a right to the truth as another. -And it ought to go without saying that truth is truth the same in one place as another iu one pulpit as another. There is no such thing as Dutch algebra distin guished from English algebra, nor is there any such thing as Presbyterian truth distinguished from universal truth. Perhaps the machinery of writ ten creeds deceive men. Perhaps a preacher comforts himself by saying that if a man comes into a Presbyterian church it is to hear the Presbyterian doctrine, and that the hearer takes it for granted that that pulpit will not go further than the Presbyterian standard. This will not do. It may excuse me, in conversation, from refraining to allude to the star vation in Libby prison, that lam talk ing to a reconstructed rebel officer. Hut when I am in the pulpit it is not etiquette that is at issue. Iam there to say what is, and I must not stop short. The whole tangle of suthor- itativejJreeds is at the best.ernbarrass ing. They lead a man, from their na ture to trj to continue in a belief which he once thought he had. The give a fossil form to what should be pliant, elastic and alive. But, no matter what they do elsewhere, when the preacher enters the pulpit he is free or he is nothing. He is there to say what hc believes, not what he wishes to believe, or thinks it would be well to believe. "Swayne's Ointment and Pills." TOE OBKATEST REMEDIES THE WCKLD HAS EVER KNOWN. Curing the moat inveterate CAe of skin disease, such as tetter, Rait rheum, scald head, barber's itch, pore, all cruaty, ecaiy nkin eruptions, and that distressing com plaint, itching piles. Ah a blood purifier and regulator, Swayne's Tar and Sareapar illa Pills are excellent. Cure ick and nervous headache, dyspepsia, indigestion, ward off malarial fever?, cleansing the ay ten and bowel of all impurities, restoring to healthy activity every organ of the body. Price 25 cents a box, five boxen $1. Oint ment 50 cents, three boxes $1.25. Can be sent by mail to any ad draw oa receipt of price." Addren letters, Dr. Swayae & Sob, 430 North Sixth street, Philadelphia. Sold bj all leading druggwUi , '"r"' 'MmK,. " ,,lU Kuaautl n ,nv ,-. ThihHrvi-niy.iviiiu.!u.-( j Tl''. Aii'l li "I f.ior':itiii. till!) Morv I am .-itxiiit r-l.tte Mav atiIt--i -win t-rv liall.. ijuiu iiiaiin-.-fryiwihai iti ' ''"' ' ","'t " i,ut 11 " lid niititl ! I liav mHvmv lf ii ! afraid f iiih I Tliey fnl-M- :inl tlirit" tin with terror; ' i kiiou iioi n:u u inav iiiiiik u'U i vhoih' I kiiou no! uliat ii tua ,,, iUir.Mi-:liiihtli.-t rr..r. it" -ttilnl May iuii2 1 -cit at my m.l.u, lt.itiKiiis Hti'l hhi-iii" ol a hiiI 'tt that; i i:tri a ctuM -'liiixti vr tli-u:iy A -hiM'- lauli rlal nii.l ftw. Ji. tru-tir g -liillliol i, iuiKM'fiitV harm That h horror! Miinethiiigilirtri tri-t my anil. What a- it? What wa- it hut a large fat ni'i:f; Ami I th-rt; itting alm iu tin Iiiuim:. My l.lo.. fairly ciiplll in my vein. Tliouli n hat harm could it'iio, I tried to iitain- Clttl. I rt'lattsl mylnlit ton lrn-n.1 uhoctiiit; m: iilu' l:tnnt-.i to l-jtry, though I I. -It ttn iu: Hut iu t-n-d uNo uiiim liHVle.ii Mr-. Moiim? A wt'H :t- myx'll (IiiTf alone m the hoiw. For hccam not :iam to diMiirlithr Uiei, lint on my MiMtM?r there seemed a not. , Oh, merriful Father, u hat noi u:ithat? 1 i:l lireathles-aii'l Mlent I Ihonhi il thetrati. (li, oh, I ui.mhT il that moii-e I-anulil. And 1 then alone tn the dark, !n tlie.lrtul ol niht.ntidno one near. II 1 -hould MTi-am 110 one woul.Tlu-sr. 'Hie uontrou thlni ua iriiiuhti still. Kilt think nt tne. 1 ua n-:dly ill I jrrasjwf! tlie IxhI r!oth-, ho and rayM II had gotten auaynnd not then ..-n.f. After M"in; ami tntiiMin for one u hole hour The uneertainty un Aor-' than th?eenaitit, Sjo 1 jitani: out of li-l e. I reullv.l!-! It :-l.irka pileh I ua- territJy nlraM. fwl. Iea lorahvcIeouldni.tMii move. Hut I mmped into t.,i, though that I .-an.tj. prove. I Milled the Ixil elothe up to my ehlli. And ttaletH-d to M.f the iiioiiMt inake a ipnns lint hat I walt-hed lor did iiot.Mvur. That moti-e ttarll ua a till a the air. Though I needed not noie to remind me 'la th-re. Fortuo wnole hour- I looked. itit in vam: Itrokeu n-ek and lurid -V, nothing ele did I gam. Hou eouM I -le. ilh thai hsht in thehoue? Hou coiil.I I r-I ei:n the .laik itith that moii-e? At l-i-t, aller reaoiini;;ihe thin; iu my pile, I ilioii::lil it ua u-elrj. tiint' asiin.t fate. So inii-tenil in i: unijre to merce ut mn' more. And down my Icire feel eauieaasu u the il.Mir. With light iiini'-d lowi rl -ought my Ud; Certainly and truly ii tnii-t lMlend. I tried mv l t to .-hut out from vctr A thought of the enemy, though im) ilV I Knew. At la-t a- day l"g:iii to break, after taking a lit tle rmi. I auolce uith a l.tghtmiire and IooS;d .-traight at the tr.. That tiiouewa there thntmoiie wa- there The horrid thing oh, dear; and I mu-t lre , oh. d-ar. I turned so nervoiixaiid liee.mie o ill I uaolihginl to turn oreraiid lie iiile -till, I wi-hed someone ixoiildfomeaixi take th airay. For I eoiitd not ntlord to lie air-.! n2 .lay. Hut no one iiiie, and it gel ting late. ihtng And again 1 thought il u-el to Mnve again! late. While ero nig and riTOing, noiild foiget lra .o near, "Til tiiriiitigmv eve- uould T.-am out, oh lear. Then Mould ! ueal; and uonl.l IrrtuMe uith fear. I ihuik-d mv Mar and thought mvelf l.h vl When at la-t I -ameotn of that room all ln.nl, OayeMolliu -met older.- lo lake the thing away. S'tilh and elean the uindou where (lie xuliil mouMer l.iy. And now my Morv I- lld, and of '"iir-e you'll all agree Ami -.iy that I'm not very hright; I'.ilt lfoi uonl.l only kivp the "iiiou-e.-" auay, Cio-"tr.v h:iii 1 uouJii Ite all nght. lA. . O-age City, June, ISMt. WARRENSBTJRG WAIFS. A Gist of Little Locals Picked up by tho Bazoo's Itemizors. John Clark is handling drug for Step per & E id.. Harmon Vetbrook the new editor of the Signal. J. II. Chiitopher i in New York, laying iu hid winlcrstock of gotxl. "He laugh best who laughs last," in whit the republican think about the return from Maine. Louis Sherman, of Sedl:i, will soon open a wholesale liquor houe here, in the room recently vacated by Miller & Bryon. The Saventh IXiy AdTentiL wjil hold their annual camp meeting at this place thin year, commencing on Sept. o0:h aud cloning Oct. olh. The city council ban paed an ordi nance requiring merchants to remove all boxef, barrel and chicken cooih from the ftidewalks. Thin is right. A number of prominent citz;nn h ave formed what they call a ecientific club, and meet weekly to talk about what they know and do not know of science. Mr. Win. Patterson, ot Ode, Mo., and Mi. Flora Duf5eld,ot thin place, deaf mule, were married at the residence of the bride's mother, on wen Fulton -Ireet, Wednesday afternoon, Iter. Sharp offici ating Mr. and Mrs. Mell Moody, while walk ing along Main street, in O.d Town, a few day ago, were precipitated through a di lapidated sidewalk into an old cellar. Mm. M. received ocyeral senou injuries, while Mell ecip.-d with a fw slight bruise. A big suit for damages loom up in the near future. The bar gelding from Warrenburjs and the sorrel nullion from Harrisonvil'e, entered for the judicial race in Iht circuit, are still on the track, looking as fresh a roes, with the sorrel about nefen lengths ahead. The drivers of the gelding are xomewhal to bl ime for hi want of popu larity, from the fact that. Iher did not en ter him in regular o-der. Bts are two to one that the correl will come out winner in the race. A terrible accident happened at the Foster ochool building lt Wednedy, which may ret result in the death of a lit tle girl named Nannie Floyd. She, in com pany with net era I companions, was play ing near the building, when an old window shutter in the second story became detacH ed and fell upon her, Rtriking her upon the left arm and crushing the bones into nfty piece, and bruising her face and bead in a shocking manner. The xhnlter was only fastened by one hinge, and the accident was caused by a little girl Irving to open the shutter. The little sufferer is resting as easily as possible at this time, but the physicians have but little hopes of waving her arm. The democrats of Ibis township re cently held a convention for the purpose of nominating a ctndtdtte for constable. There were two candidates , A. II. Tuttle and C. S. Witherspoon. Mr, Tuttle receiv ed a small najirity of the vote cast at the convention, but the township committee claimed thai be received his nomination at the hands of the green backers ami republi cans and therefore refused to recognize him as the nomine and have ordered another convention to be held to decide the natter. Weundestand lb at Mr. Tuttle will not again submit his name to a convention, but will mn as an independent candidate. Verily there are many and great split among the democrat ill this region this year. Wanted. Work ia cleaning and taking care of room. Apply at the Basoo ofioe. IMlt to otnltea liiTIit, it ttitt-t i -lone; ..... ...-... , ... - . . j nirintll IS III CVCIV pilOtO'TapllIC SHOW I uem rautioiMy ai-.iit it; it a- m.t mneh fun. j over in the niim of SI 00 to appear at court, preach to the colored people," he said, i window Si1nii.tiin.' uU i mm l.r I he matehe-Mound, and the .i.t little tai. j t, xr.i..-i:J. : l. -Mil-. K-t l. I U1JW. unif.limu Mlt Is .1 111111, ll(.r (au-e.1 mv eve to un er III .iir.i lioii ol "r "" .... ( x u ,.,n ui iiiii iiiu ii.iinaiKiii ins ui'pv.K nusi im-in l,..iv..r, r.r.-.,! tr.ij.. " ideiiicaled on Sinday, Ojtolier 10. rhe I ,l1(.;r J-.w.-kj ILinced if I dim't iIol'. - .i i r I,a that-am-mou-e liansiup. I had ... take a churcl a,mrHt fal all(I ,he palpil J, u':.,; V l! r n id v .1 J ' ,"!-at,0l!,er lhcC sI,S VV .ll,1l,1,l,.,,r,lB:1,11111,v1,JprWn.el by Speed and Lot, Stephen ' rm Ml mlebsip.e, with her yashmak BOONVULE BRICKBATS As Thrown by the Bazoo's Corres pondent at that Point. I i f ir t. uurrari mr iiancocic. j Did T'U liemr frcm Maine? i r. - - , r r ... I lll!i IB aiuiir-i iiic ci inn 111 inrjuvuic newi at present inepiii.ucsriinoH ni mi- city npenen Ian Monday, the attendance bemK tin.i - u - idance beins timi'ii J8- Tin reporteil that oon lead to the altar one n.uiiiMn - ikiutm n. joiing Udie of a tieighttoring; village, John Dillon will appear before n WednesiUy night, , in hi ialty ot Boon vi lie audience on the 15ih of December, "Klertric Lights." IIuv ntxiut the capital? Hadn't belter have it? Ye, we thin " . ir" Boon vi lie cn't get il then we our twin citv thai'it von. .t ....... .... U.irpsopIe were ileligUte.1 with your, fair. It wan big uccei. In ftd, Sda- Ii.,,ple know ju,t exactly how to make a Htirctsw of any undertaking. Harry WehberV Nip and Tuck com- bination played to a large audience here l-riday mglit, anil every one wa delighted i, ami evrry one w- uciiK.iioi ..rniance. The conjpuny will well in the wiin tne iern always draw nt . r r . i....ti.. ti:i iemi was tatde before Squire Howard iierleut litlle .. mrriVeil Irnlii I'.Mtnn. . I ------ . - - i ifIi. ;i n.nnf.i.iiinJ li ic.ui- - . Oil. II. A. Hutchinson, a j iiirnalist of markeil ability, ha purchael the interext of Mr. Thornton in the Topic, and already g-geil this city, and will make an excursion trip toJeilerson Citv on Wednesday next Sept 2ud, where the companies comtiele fot prizes offtred bv the Cole county fair, tcl.lel. iv.n.inpnrn nn tl.f .! .v. 1 tl if irj sarM iiur Inrtiif tt luutni iti uttr couniv and we will elect the entire ticket bra handsome roxjurity, as the republi- can are completely demoralized and have no Iioik; of sucee . No takers for bets on Ohio or Pennsylvania. They are dimmed, as they should le, to an inglorious defeat. Our county court has once more dis graced itself, and our county's good name br a shameful attempt at repudiation. We hare one of the finest counties in the land. We are, or would be with any sort of management, one of the wealthier. However, with n county courl whoe com munilic idea", schemes of repudiation and a desire to drive away capital, Mich a characterizes ours, and then lazing the peo ple topuhlih their infamy and the countyV disgrace, we can expect no properity. Immigrants invariably pas i;s by and call us rolJrtTt md this all in the face of so many contrary deciions of which they aie well aware. How Happiness is Secured. Happiness is the ab-ence of ptin or an noyance, and wherever there is pain there is disease. A pain in the lower portion of the body indicates a disorder of some kind. If there is any odor or color or deposit in the urine it means disease and require at tention at once. We have heard many of our friends speak of the remarkable power of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure and are convinced there is nothing po cer tain and valuable for all disorder of the urinary (system both male and female. THE AILING ALLIGATOR. Its Enormous Digestive Power Fails to Assimilate a Candi date for Congress. An alligator twelve feet long wu shot ami killed near Jacksonville, Fla., and in lis Momach "a well-preserved buck bat" was found. Chicago Times. Thai's nothing. The wire of that alliga tor recentl? died In Indiana. He was a native of Florida where he had swallowed Ait entire town, houes, sidewalks, gas and water works, churches, f aloona and every thing animate and inanimate in the town went into his stomach. Husiness in the town was not suspended at the time the enveloping took place. Prayers kept on praying, blasphemers kept on cuMng, the lawyer continued to plead, the M. D. to deal out pills and drop, the journalist to disgoige truth, but the demand for street and house lights was increased. The price ot gas, coal oil and candles went up, but business, society, politics, all kept bus ily grinding out their little grists, abso lutely undisturbed. On one occasion be went up into Indiana and began grazing around among the btcW counties. Finally in a fatal moment be contracted a taste for political candidates and began swallowing j them in great nil oilier He ale six legislative candidates, four sUies attorney,and a large number of would-be constable. Embold ened at his success in keeping down that insurrectionary class of citizens, be ate three candidates for congress. Too late the mistake was discovered. Antidotes were applied in vain; a huge steam stomach pump was tried, but failed to effect a dislodgement. The three politician formed a triumvirate, one taking charge of the circulation of the blood, another bossing the breathing appa ratus, while the third acted as gate-keeper to the stomach, and gastric juice mixer. The alligator soon showed signs of suffer ing from a pain in the stomach, impeded circulation, and began wheezing as if bothered by asthma in the throal and lungs. Alter enduring horrible suffering, death came to his relief. He died in convulsions. An Indiana coroner held a secret inquest over the remains. An autopsy was per formed, revealing the fact that the politi cians had all become officers. Oae was the treasurer of the Gas company, another of water works, while the Ihinl was an hon ored cashier or a bank, and was attemptinc to have the wards of the town so gerry mandered that be sight be elected alder man. The verdict of the coroner's jury after ten day's exhaustive investigation, was that "deceased came to his death by violence, at the hands of parties unknown to the jury." The cause of death a as doubtless too many candidates for the amount of alligator. Peace to his bones ! Counterfeiters are ever on the alert to find fresh fields to work, but they never imitate a worthless articl?. Prof. Guil mette's French Kidney Pad was brought out about ten years ago, and since then a host ot chaps without skill or conscience have sought to imitate it by many worth less affairs; bat a discriminating public will hold "fast to that which is good," and the GoiImlte Pad more than holds iu own. It cures all kidney diseases and succeeds where medicine often fails. Ask yoar druggist if this is not so. For sale by A nr. Fleisehaaaaa, draff let, corner Secoad and Ohio streets. l,n 'I .i..l. r- ...1 in l.imlini. her I fnmnnr fi mr nt t!ie In iiipninrt' mill ' . - I a, uiirkni liuiiruveuiriiL in nc inner i it i .1... r.a, ii. . ir 1 .1 1- - ' z? t . perceivable. Success lo ihe new manage-" J " " Vv,;r iot a lounger on the Paris JJoulevara ciency in the public service, for the uient. just arrived at that embarrassing walk , has prtssed uuliesdinglv before that ece and welfare of the countrv, for -T-. o 11- 1 ! in lib' known as the "rosIiiiL' aye. ........1 ...i-i 1.. . 1 !,i... ..,,.:.. . r -..-..- .... ' inesienmer iieaiuigni hb ieen en-- , . . ; . , " i nmnuuiiMt uun iacf, titiu vei .-iviuiiy ii iiu iiisiiimious, lor I by the two military companies of .-securing a minstrel nig ami tne neces-. nne knows who she i. whence ?he the rfchts and liberties of the ciiixin mercenary minister. A Boy Who Committed Lorenzo Dow'a Sermons to Mcmorv and Became a Preachor Kriiiiil Ijlt'e Ki-k .-ftt-. the Uttie ! .-ette. j 1 I, ., t- " : . i - i -T - ,,,., r a hail lost his minstrel wit:, and perspir rbere has just been a more profound .:,, i..i . 1 i- - .- .it , 7-"-" .down in the liottoms than ha ever re- - 'down in tne bottoms than litis ever re- 'sultetl by the efforts of Spurgeon, thej 'sultetl by the efforts of Spurgeon. the iiiUCIill iir. JieetlllT, r UIU 1011.11- . i -r. i l- . .... ... .... --.. luuueti laimage. .verai weens ago t.. ...... r i - i; ;, ;j ilKnne villace. t e r -o - n 1 was not long in revealins-ins nleu R . , . Oliver Herring, son of fcquire Her- tin ni ,, . . I " wcveil the idea o preaching , colored eop e. 1 bis tor a boy .01 sixteen yetirs 01,1 , woum nave neen we a er eictiiuiuiu mi-a nut lor uic I ,uuu,c?1 ""P ?' "V "e-voun,' .seiKipiioiuieii evaugeusi. vmoiig inc ppointe I H I . irn inmajf iniricii if a 1 1 it iiiiiii. t .i,,,. . ., VI1illmr .Pm,., U - f " ' . T , , .-, I V,ren'f DW' .ce1,en,C41 timer, wlmse onitoru-.U pictures of are and ftiiptiunms suttocaimn lias causel many ami many a man to wend ; his WaV through an excited coilgrega-' Ms W:ty uirollgU ail eXCIlCU COHgTeg:!- I jjon j0f.lio niourners bench, - liver . foup( thfe ai(l jmme(ll-.Utfiv horrors of trope. "If 1 cou.d only it ,. . ,, , . rt. . . itlifj! inn. lit lipom work. A siithfii'iif I auuw r 1 tlepth ol elocutionary action was now to be attaillCil. His deep. Was rendered ins voice. uaiuraiiyi0i the nineteenth centurv. and vet: i intenscl sary amouiu 01 macKing maienai, young Oliver annnoiiacea nimseil as -"""- - v....b. x.... . .IIIMia lll"lll III tllU COUOIlWiKHl groVP - - . ' kl.ltxtl. J .1 I 111! IlkUllllllllt1 ad exhausted tlieir jviweM ol draw - ing durk pictures, hilt still the Von maie an.iiem.iie swiera inneii win e:ich other. 1'reseiitly a small "darky" entered and advancing to the pulpit, whis'tered something to one of the preachers, who arose and said that a new brother would address the con gregation. The new brother liegan. There was au earnest depth in the fiiti.i rf itifn ftit lll:asl ft- tsii. ua aia v sw utunu il. male sinner to sion giggling ieuiuu her fan. The preacher began draw - mira lerrmie picture 01 me sinner, ai 1 1 .it 1 1 . t t 1 -I 1 e .1 The devil stalked abroad in the land Sinners flirted here ami there like but terflies in the flower garden of society. Kepenteuce mu.t come or all would be lost. Within fifteen minutes from the time the new preacher began, all the sinners were 011 thei- knees. The christains shouted and the deacons walked around through the half agon izing, happy throng, though they had suddenly received a glorious com mission direct from ecclesiastical head quarters. The young preacher, before closing, announced that he would preach in the same house on the fol lowing Sunday night. He refused to go home with any of the colored brethren, stating that mysterious pro vision would le made for him. ''If, however," he said, "any of you feel like gi ing a few nickels to aid in the support of an aged mother and a crip pled sister, the donation will lie mnt thankfully received." As if by one impulse, every right hand of every man went down in a pocket and came out with money. The hat was passed around, and when the contents were handed to the young preacher, he thanked the congregation for such no ble g nerosity. On the following Sunday night there wis not standing room in the church. The preacher was there be fore any of the congregation arrived, and the question of bow he came there or how he had lived during the past week was a mysterious one. He was asked, but he replied that the provisions of providence were equal lo any occasion. The same wild ex citement was created. The preacher's words burned their way into the emotional cloisters of the sinners and lighted a lamp there which, by its glare, showed the moral corruption ef the past. Shout after shout went up. Hallelujah af ter hal lelu jan was resou n ti ed. Only one feature to mar the grand solemnity of the meeting occur- si 1 1? 1 t reu. iv xanncr wno uvea in me MAiMhkAfthnyv.1 AAnA fldkism a rwl o t4 I that, hearing the noise, he thought Ilciuuui iivnni V4iiuc tuvaj ia that a lot of his hogs had got hung under the fence. Another collection was taken up for the aged mother and crippled sister, and after the preacher had announced that services would lie held ou the next Sunday night, the congregation, filled the grandeur of the evangelical phe nomenon, silently parted iu theshadow of the great cottouwood trees. Last night a boy sat 111 his room. "Over 8100," he said, removing his wig and preparing to wash the burnt cork from bis face. 'Til be blamed if I ain't the boss. Old man Dow didn't know what a service he was rendering me wheu he arranged that book of sermons." On the following Sunday evening, the young preacher, thinking that in quisitive deacons might arrive early in order to ascertain the direction of his approach, went to church before dark. Having set up very late the night be fore, committing another sermoD to memory, he became very sleepy. Thinking thatJyp ould be a good idea to go up intoulbft and sleep until nearly church time, he climbed up, lay on the loosely arranged boards and went to sleep. The congregation as sembled, hut the little preacher did come. Another brother was called up on to "fill the pulpit." While the "sub" brother was iu the midst of a learned discourse the young preacher awoke. He realized that he had "over' slept hiMelf. He waa coatenpkw ing a plan of procedare, when, unfor tunately, he taraed over oatotbe edge . iiiii.i;u .u.4iim.umi. mil iicwuusir,., iitviii I'-iriinti l,r,.ni;.'nr.- i.-l... ..r of the board?. The board: tilted up, .ami with a crash the young preacher fell on the pulpit and then on the J itinji, uiuwu" ;i mi ui mourners. i tie ii.... ........... .. i . i excitement was terrific the ilea cons yelled the house. uevti ami rusiieit iroin 1 t The mourners hneked aud ran awav. The younir preacher! - .rwtji 111111.11 in luu iiii;L-iv irom his lace, lieconnmng the fraud, .... .,1..1 .,. ,-,,7 tht ., m, ahle-lMl nr 1 PMl.,...e .."7 " C "uJ""K ' ,""''r ."cv.ue, wn.o. ititt, littil ''Ii 1 1 ,, f. ,r r I i.. f., iK.ni.ues uiiti uttii. a ne iinloriuiiate hih! a demand that lie be ub- Hc, whiliped nW(le. IIt; lvaa ,,hini uulil he vore that he ,u...,.r .r.. t ......il.o ....h..l ' church. The chances are that he will .1 deny himself the privilege of going to l - . , ' . kind. the wickedness of this ' aometmu-s feet, has a righteous ef- MAUD BR ANSCOMB E. A Woman Whom IVobody Knows -Parisian Curiosity. Who is Maud lirausoimbe? Her 1 ' " " - . ... . -'' 1 ...:.i r .- I ' ltr:tVIl :WliO Mint lii.r linoiittf til l.er.iv- ( iiiieruig n tut runs 01 setpillis ' else- k vrhere we sec her dressed as a lit to hnlv - mmc, iif.r whither she 'oetii, and it t aiiyhodv in the L'nItcI States can give , m!rm:uioii on iiiese poinis, especially a i . L 91 Ir 1 III U I IrilinllM fit ffitca ll.lir.l.i i.ii lit I llMMIM Vl'IIWlltlt hlltk, 'lil.UlllUlll t " I .I.,, third. :i ..r.it kmn ill UMnf..r.'awav bevnnd tho rdtMins! nml (. "7 5- . - - - va'ai.ia u i v. hi lire - ttw" terribly exercised at her personally. '."niSsonie sav that she never existed in Hesh and blootl and is merely an al r..t id,. l.n.rv- strnl fatal lit Ciitltf auw) lhll M w W a I LlilV. VA III LflllC imaginative painter; others ?ay that - - she is simply a model who hires out her faultless features for a iercen:age on the sale of her photographs. M. Carlettc affirms that the late Tom Taylor revealed to him the mvsterv, t WulCil & "i ,,,,,1,0 .whose real name is possibly, romance. Aiatnt unto !t;.ln.i1 Aim Stlikex t . Knini'i (jrotich a. alfcu Cora Pearl, ha? been represented to lie. the daughter of an i English clergyman. She was betroth- PVote(I to P !,rniy vouchers. After ed to a voting gentiemau-a trades-!"1" departure fot Fort Leaven man of lier father's parish but, be-)vurln ""discovered that he had ing of tin eccentric disposition, disai-1 ,tsut4tl uhi'dw for more than there was pearedon the wedding riav. Years lcreliteI to his account. The assistant passed without tidings "of her where-1 tr-spJ' niaiie the discovery and al abouk : she was supposed to lie dead ; lo wwl lne checks to go to protest, and her fatuilv went into mourning ; her 1 Jhtu related the matter to Col. young man went to Australia and ':lred, chief of the department. made a fortune e by way of consolation, i V'.1 '"veaiiga.ion ituioweii, and tne de ict some one who pre-1 fieit ,Vi,s discovered. Some sr.y it is eseti Maud, or Sarah ! to 89,000. One dav he met tended to hav Ann, on the boards of a S.m Fran j cisco theatre. He did not remember! whether she was there as an r.ctr or i . . .iv..Wrt 1 . . 11.... ..........a.. I r rb 1-. .... :r..i name was George-felt, as he said "all I b . clearing weather ; southerly the old love return;" he left Mel- VU !" IM,.rllon8 ahls bourne for the States, but when he 1 10 !Ti "I ?rte.ra P,0rtl,n8' reached his destination the bird Iiu.l f?,Ml foll,nS foWwl bj naing Imromc again flown. Did anyone know about 1 . her. One individual certainly did, as, Hanlan in Good Condition, he told George how he bad married j London, Sept. IS. Haitian had a her, and alter a year's felicity, during -short spin on the Tvue. He rowed a which a great ileal of crockery had clean, powerful stroke, and bis actiou been mutually broken, she bad bolted was much freer than Thursday. He for parts unknown, he supposed, "with 'says be is gradual! v recovering from an entire stranger," leaving only a the effects of sea sickuess. brief note which recommended the! - - forwarding of the baby to its mater-; Putting Up a Job. nal grandfather, whose address she t. Louis, Sept. 18. Co I. Macbeth had given, although silent about her has withdrawn as the republican cau own. "Had he taken no steps toididatefor congress in the sixth district, trace her V "Taken steps," shouted (This leaves Waddell, democrat, and the miner, her all the steps I'd take! Hazeltine, republican-grecnbacker, in would l to keep out of her the field. way " ThH wt.uld have dhcounignl OutbreaVceTtn. most peupie. it tuti not t:i-counige Uecrj t brou ance colum that all should be forgotten and for given ; that be was recdv : offer her a name and a fortune. Hut it i-, so ar, all ui vani. it 1 loves labor lost. , lur I'liiuii iin-iiiKiici ifiu-c? in tiii-i though lit rk is is willing, and Irioro twu f ki f" m.'inat -12 on ttimn- r tlV6 Maud's portrait is evervwherc : Maud is nowhere, and if any citizen I or cit!7."na of ;he great rppublic will j or can throw linht mi the Hibjt.c, he or she is promised a u;aLn:ficeut re-; ward bv the would-be Benedict. . A French newspaper, comuenting upon 1 this romance in real life, rt marks; that "only seraphic-visaged American i or English girls are capable of such j escapades ; only grave, meditative j Americans and Englishmen could cherish such extravagant notions I about the rehabilitation of equivocal women. An Elegant Toilet Preparation, hair dressing and restorative is found in "London Hair Color Restorer." It seldom laiU to restore gray or fadins: hair to its original youthful color and beauty. Fall ing hair Ls checked by its ue, and it pro duces a growth of beautiful young hair, soft, glossy' and luxurient that surprise everyone. These propertied added to its' exquisite perfume and purity of com posi tion, render it the growing favorite of the toilet everywhere. Il certainly is the most cleanly and effective hair restorer now lie fore the American people. A. A. Gibson, Barrytown, Dutchess county, N. Y.. writ? : Dr. Swayne ifc Son, Philadelphia. Gents. I enclose a pcntofEce order for $8 ; please send aie one dozen "London Hair Color Restorer." il has stdoped tay hair fron falling, and restored it to its natural color. It has proven satis factory ia every respect. The ''London Hair Color Restorer" can be obtained of 11 the leading druggists at 75 ccata a bottle. b wh. sent her a message I " sib an actress of her acti:iaint-.ri:i,,ca'" , "-'! -T"!' , and advertised in the aeonr in? eaK 01 an insurrection in not the D. T.t and tlw Vintr' "l . iW,u,"c-u u,u ",e -l"" TELEGRAPH - r ipicne8 10 xnc Bazoo Ovortho Western Union Company's Lino up to Four O'clock. , j Ajeiiarirom uoa. Hanoook Chicio Sent 1, t th riM..n M'1 r,-At .V f V? "i0" w ----- j " -' T A II It I man and Itovernor Hendricks, the ind Ctovernor following letter was received : Iovf.k.vok's Islaxii, New Yoi:k ) Haickoi:, Stiptember 12. 1SS0. ) M:r.i. A 1'. tili'dim, liai. '. Pat ton uti'l itfn;;. JltrLgtulU', Ohio: ttKN-n.i-:.M!-.v: Accept my thanks for y.mr invitation to Hicksville on the 7th inst. The meeting will be one of unusual interest, honored as it will be hy the presence of those two prominent leader?. Senator Thurman and Citiv. Hendricks. The cause must be one of no ordinary kind that brings together these eminent men on the bonier of the two great states til which thov have long been distin- gtiisiied representatives. I have rea- - " ' ' V. Ml UlIJIill'Mll (identified with a cau-e that is upheld ny tne patriotism and ability of such advocates, and regret that 1 cannot be present on this occasion to share with my fellow eitbns the lessons of wis dom and pat riot Nm that cannot fail to ; r -...-- ... ...... v... t.4k .i I . ...I i eiimi:;ue iroip Mien sources. J ( assured that the nroceedin.'s o I feel ssured mat the proceedings of the leetiug will enforce the people's de-i land lor honesty, economy and elli-' me 'as guaranteed bv the constitution and the laws. Let us hope that the masses ' 01 i ue people, wnose interests stretch I . ---- b V. fJJ . . - ! r.trv trnmnl. .t 1 r.trv iriiiiimus or morn nnrru-in vnir I - --- - ri- -ii. 1 .... ... .Hire, win taKe aitairs into their own' hands and properly settle the question as to whether we shall have a new era of jieace, reconciliation, economy and prosperity. I am verv truly vours, (Signed) V. S. Hancock. Alleged Dofalcation. New York. Sept. 18. In reference an alleged defalcation hv United to Slatw-Iayinater Nelson, it learned "lal Certain amount Was Placet! tO I'" ered,t ", the I-nited States sub- lreas"T here, with which he was ex Old Probs , " "Z"iV lo.-iiuiicaiions Washington, Sept. 18 no mi tipper .missippi ami lower Jiis- 1... valleys: Areas of ram, followed For Congress. .hAi.vffiili- X" V Rnr IR TUo repblicans of the twentieth district h:ivi rxinilii.'if r.l flnn Woat fnr inn i,rm remedy for kidney dise?sei hereto- discovered c:n be held for one moment ciniparNou with Warner's Safe Kidney 'nd Liver Cure. C. A. Harvey, D. D., Washington, D. C MARKET3 BY TELEGBA.PH, New York Money Markxt. JS'ew York, Sept. IS. Monej Eisier ; 23 per cent. I'rinie tnerc:n:ile paper 4i(?5j. B.r Silver 1 12; Sterlin Stesdy ; SI long ; 83 short. Government Bonds Quiel bui firm. Kailrond bonds Active. Stocks Irregular but in th main wek and lower; last important changes; are de clines of in Nishville and Chattanooga and 2 er cent in the Western Union. 2f kw York Market. Nw York, Sept. IS. Flour Firm ; very moderate. Wheat Dull; scarcely so firm ; No 2, red, Sept. 1 07K Corn Dull ; without important change; mixed western, h'uh. Oala Without decided change; western, 4550. Beef Steady. Pork Stronger; new anew, 15 5075. Lard Higher; firmer; steam, S 22. Chicago Market. Chicago. Iix., Sept. IS. Wheat Strosfter; 93 . Corn Firmer ; 40. 0.its Strong ; higher ; 30 bid. Rre 85$. Barley 74. Whisky 1 13. Pork easy ; 17 70 bid for Sept. Lard Ey; 7 82 hid. Ch-caoo Livk Htock Majuckt. Hogs Rec's, 12,000 ; moderately active; 1 K.i-l'n Jonr IS A t PoIumIoim ,01 a iuw wee&s. (steady; lijht. 5(Jo lo; mixed packing j I 75aj5 15 ; shipping, oSOfTjJtiC Cattlu Receipts, '-'.1)00 ; mukini: :.100 lor week; Ure-t on record ; he:, t.fT SOi ; common to medium, '10 otX, weak and dull. 50 01 25; choice sloppim: ; 4 5004 M ; Western Texan., 20 o; liu , butcher. 2 OOo. St. Louts Makkkt. St. Louis. Mo.. Sent. IS. Flour Steady ; unch.iiioed. Wheat Higher ; Iow ; No. 2 red, JV2" Pi; N.::. do, s70s;;a; i, d. m 0i. Corn Better; I'SfTi 7 IS. Oils Better; 2Si.' Whi-kySteady ; 1 Hi I'ork Cnchungetl. Dry S:tlt Meats Firmer; iinchan"til. l ..icon firmer, nut higher. Lard Firm ; 7". Sr. Louis Livk Stock .Makkct. Hog ijaiet ; unchanued ; York. to Baltimore., 4 Sovi ; mixed peeking, 4 SO fWvi 10 ; butcher.' to fancy, 5 lotftO. Keceipt 2,600; shipment.-. 2.500. LtRMANREMEDY i-'OIt. RHEUMATISM, ar . o.-j.- 1 l r Mnn!n;n ntn I ,.mhnnn Backache, Soreness of the Chest, t fiw Outnxw. Star Thnnn XJ. Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scads, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet end Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. N Pri'panttion en rarth equals Sr. Jcor.s Oil. a a mifr, surf, sintilt' sunt rhenp Kjt.-nml ! l:J: Ti I """ ; ae traat. ami ii:ive Hwf .f U Dirti-m, in inra uncnaom. 80LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALEES IN MEDICINE. A. VOGELER 6c CO., lUtltitnttrr, MiL. V. S. A Few Words of Advice. Make the most of these good times, not by spending all you earn, but by laying some away for a rainy day. Kainy days are sure to come. Some times they are caused by illness, some times by law-suits, sometimes by fire, sometimes by hard times, but thre are few who do not have them in their lives. The cost of living will be higher as times continue flush. The demand is greater and money flows out easier. Buyers become more anxious to buy than sellers are to sell. The hitter, therefore, put up their prices. This is the time for people to get ahead. In eight or ten years' at the longest, we will have another pe riod of depression. Han't times are periodical. Those that cau begin to pay for a house now will be wise in doing so. If you have a home, keen it. Whatever you unload, don't un load the roof that shelters the heads of your family. It is hard work to pay rent in hard times when situations are scarce and wages low. Look out for wild cat schemes. We saw a work ing man not long ago who paid seven hundred dollars for a worthless pat ent several years ago, and who during all these hard times has had to pav rent for bis house. Had he put the monev in a little home he would have had it to day. Those who can afford to speculate are those who have money to lose. Above all, remember the golden rule of living spend less than vou earn. Tanner's Latest Performance. From the New York Sun, "That is what enabled him to do it." The speaker was Mr. J. Wilson Mc Donald, the sculptor, and he held in one hand the cast of the head of Dr. fanner, the faster, while with the other he indicated a prominent bump which phrenologists have treated as in dicative of the will power. Mr. 31c Donald made the cast on Saturday. Before taking an impression of the Doctor's head he told him what the operation was, and asked him if he thought he could endure it. Has any one ever submitted to the operation .' asked the doctor in reply. "Uh, yes, said the sculptor, "All right," said the faster ; c'if any one else has done it I can." Mr. McDonald and his assistant then covered the doctors hair and whiskers with a paste made of rice flour, which made them lie close to the skin. A cellar of clay was built about his neck and then the plaster was pressed ail over his head, except his lace. (Quills were stuck into his nostrils for breath ing through. Then thev threw plas ter in his face until it was covered an inch thick. The Doctor was obliged to wear this helmet for an hour, await ing the hardening of the plaster. By placing the mouth close to his ear and "shouting it was possible to make him hear, and he responded by a motion ot the hand. Once he groaned. Wheu the cast was removed it was discovered tlia, the assistant had used too much vigor in inserting one of the quills.and hud thereby ruptured a vein The bleed ing was not perceptible to the Doctor until after the face had been covered, and then it 9topped the passage, re ducing his breathing capacity one-half. Hence the groan. 1 At the expiration of au hour the plaster was cut from his head in sections. mm Tl if 3 J 5 . 4-lV A-TV.'