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Kill th Clerk, but Pay b BlU.
From the Hour. A Saiherftef 3 8peakfogTf the diatre tlirnugh which hi Male hail pal. -Ve liitvery thing the warM Imii honor, w he riir "Why. Mr there waa Gil. Carter. il Carl-r-ville. aa high tuned a t-iitleintti as you t vt-r saw. HeAl li-t everything in the world hut li honor. Now, Grout wnt a Yankee PMtm8ter to Cart nsville, and one rlav tl" C 'oriel w-tnti to M-ml letter to his factory in Nw Orleans, and as he'd ! every thing hut honor, he aked the Yankee to trust him for a 3 cent stamp, and theft How wiiulilo'i d it and of c itir.ae the C"lmel drew hU pistol and shot hint l-al. And do you know it took all of th exeniniuot Judge B iwi and soul- of our ni'Mt in fl lentiil citizens to prevent tlu.t thin- from corning to a lawsuit." This t not unlike the narrative of the two Ke:;tuckian at a Chicago hotel. One of them wan Bercelv oV-mting the cr rectii8 of the hill, whicti ihe cletk hadjtiHt presented him, when theothei took him bv the arm and said : "Col otiel, nver forget you are a Kentur kian. Kill the clerk, hut pay the bill." Many cae have com under our no tice whre a aitigle bottle of Dr. Bull Giagh Sjrtip relieved a i-ufffrer from a se vere cough, which hail been treated o month bjr competent pliTpiciau. Price 25 cent Bernhardt BOhton Apartments. Elegant apartments have been se cured at the Hotel Vemlomt', Common- a wealth avenue. lor .Milt'. ura tieni hardt during her engagf ment at the Glolw Theater. The splendid tojite consists of eight rooms on the second floor, overlooking Commonwealth ave nue. The apartments are the recep tion room or pirlor.the chamber of the tragedienne ojietiiti from it ; the room for her maid aud toilet room ; th" chamber ot her lady comtiaiiioti, uU. coinniuniciting with the parlor; the private dining room Mr. J.rrettV room with toilet and ante rooms con nected. The furnishings ot the grwti reception hall are of the tn-nt awtl and elegant description. The genera! tone of the room is gold aud mngreeiis" softened hv lepp shad?. Tue carpet is a Mlhdud blending of gold green color ; the wall decoration. in itch it in lighter sha-le-J. Tlie for litiure divans, eav chairs. et. t uphidsterei in gold green itin. with trimmings of ruby velvet. Cuoice paintings are appropriately distrih'itt-d throughout the ap.trteieula. New York World. A Wow a umpus. Fridav's Atchison Globes tys : Tom Mulvihill, of At chi m. played Harlow Wilaon. Primrose & Weai'a mitutrel? in St. Je last night to $1,701). Hi profits after all expenses were paid amounted to 3230. This greatly an fered the m uiager of the iKta house, Ctrvdou b Craig, ho cnisidered Mich profits as belonging to him. and who whs engaged in; a quarrel with iheMul vihills, and bafiire the perf irmanee wa. half through he cirae before tlie cur tain and declared that the pi ices charg ed were exhorhiiant mid greedy. Tin was the caue of a row between Craig and the cunpauy. in which Mdton To le interfered an I was knocked fl it on hi back by Hirry Clapham. tin manager. It was an unprecedented performance on the pirt of Craig, a the prices charged were oulv one dol lar, seventy-five ami fifty cents, and the audience the largest iu the history of the house. f UOWtO D9 xSeatl'.lIUl. From the Courier-Journal. Large feetfhiuld never be cased in kid, least of all in while kid tdipner, for kid revtaU so clearly the form aud movements of the feet, ami stretches so easily that few fee', have a chance I in them. Those who are verv stout should wear nothing but black : those who are very thin should put a little pad ling in their gowns ; and neither should lie in the least decol'ekc. A. High Kicker. Richmond (Iud.) Cor. Cliiongo 'I itne. About a we-k ago the college girls at Etrlham had a kicking match in the uptwr dormitory, after the light were turned down for the night, ntul one of them, a Miss J iliti-ott. of Koko m . triel to kick with both feel nt one?. She lost her balance and fell heavily to the fl or, and w:ts so ImiIIv sttttiti"d that she wts taken to the nurs ery, where she still remains suff-Tiug from a severe' attack of nervou priHtratitin brought on by the tall. She was worse yesterday, and la-t evening the halls were cioe!y watched .to prevent the students from talking or playing in pacing from one room to another, as the strain on her nerves is so 'great that the Ie:ut noise disturb j her. "Mv time is up," i 1 the doctor t" the patient whom he found tiing Dr. Bull's Ciiigh Syrup, nd he wt correct, for lh-l roug1! was oon a thing of the pant. Price 25 rent. O.te fir Missus Young mis'recs 44 M try. what d i you mean by chalking the des of ny hiots?"' Miry "Well, ma'am, the fact is I have a pair of b ots extetly the sam- as yours, -and 1 like mine best, and I chalked yours so that I knew the difference between yours and mine "Judy. The latest trick of the intelligent , telegraph operator was played with a di-p itch from the scene of h.Htilities with th Indiana. It said, 4Trootis all i scalped, when it should have been 'es caped ' A railroad conductor sent a telegram that, was equally distorted. H-i wrote, '-We killed a deaf mute." but it was received, ''We killed a dead mule." X Gjnerou3 Triumph. WhatV wr ing b aween you and Smy the that Tou don't sMak? Haw ! fact is, we are both wivals for the hand of the same lady a celebwated beauty you know ! and well, I do 1't want to h-vag. hut I eot the beat, id it. Poor S my the !' 4 My dear fellow, a thou, sand c ingratulatiotis !' 'Thanks awi'lv we both prop isd laH week, you know and she accepted a him.' Loudon Punch. Ztost or Mravel. A boat three month ago, frra the ri dence of John Evan', on 0g a'ree, bv mare fourteen hands high, wh.te left hin I foot. Bv returning, a literal re Wa-I will he paid. If-altwtf Joaa Er THE M , X. 4 T. BAILWAT Becomeg a Diyiiion of the Mis souri Pacific Railway To-morrow, With - Mrr A. A. Talmage as General Manager and Gen eral Superintendent of tha Combination The M, TC tr T. Gennl Offlcea to be lseroowd to St. Louis at so Difctaut Day. All the Detail? or the Affair That Uouid bo-Gatniid up to the Bazoo's Prcaa Time. The Mintiri Pacific railway, under the pre-tdiirr of J Gu'd. takex pnMe-inti 1 the Mi:iri, Kri & TfX rod,with til itrt braJichm aml leaded line, to mor row. Tlio 'ree foUnwirg circnlaro, which ri tfil ?t,the Bazoo 'ffice to dj bt nutlKirity. -xpUin tlirtuHeUe4: Mitf-o-Kl Kanr A Iex K'tCo., PkiHPENTB' FFCi, New Yohk D-c. l-, 1880. ) Ttiia comimnv, hv il-fj-f tf the Uniinl rnti'i, t.init ""iini'd rhireof it rilm-tjf. hfei litif aiid "itpurtrnancec, Ir A. A. Talmage I heifbv appointei jrnral ni4imter( nml will at cuoe pro ted to take charge ot mme. Jay Golu, frnviilMit. The Mifsouat Pacifc Railway Co., Pkiidfnj- Offjce. Xtw YohK, Dec. 1, I860. Mr. A. A. Ta!mjjei thi day aiK)itiH-tl i-nt ral - tnaoaer of till railarar, it tranche antl le-ed linen. Ht onlrrfl will oe rs;tted and oh-yed bcrrtim.ljr Jay Ciocu). Pre-Ut. nt. Tiie UxpN Tjtfsr To. r . , ") TKrsrF.Enr I MlWCKt, KA 8A8 & TtX.KH RAILWAY tiFFICK OF 'KNKRL AlX OKK. 6rUA, Mo , Dec I, lc80. J The U iin Trii't (oiiii.ny uf Xew Yrk, a- miirigoKee in TiiHt, haa ltd iltv Irlivfn-d to the MlMiinti, K. ! A Tt-Xa nilw.ij cotnpoiy lh ritroitil ami nil lher rtM-rij heretfire in the Hmni(iii t till- f!ttIIiallV x iru-tr. Mr. A. A. lMfin2", he ivpre.entT- thr li44niiri, K A T-x rmlttMv 'niMiir, i-oin" thf hi tr.tt iiil p'-i-i.in iltr-nf, i .ij hij nrtrr ! Hr-c'i':iJ ii r-l oi..!! iiirrflo will be re"g ;Z'I til eHircted MCJorilingly. A MrrctiF.ix, Ge rl .MonKfr. M ne?r T .imee. T. J. P 'Nm, mtomev f the Min'otiri p.cifi: rod, nttd irri ih-r offiini xrrorei iu tStrdxIin froui Si. L ui' thin niowiing. A BaZ m reporter called on Mr. Titlanae nt aknl him. "I there anything in re- inl to the imn-fer jf nj-nK-iDeiit of the 1 , K. & T. which von w..uld lt w me to puittif-ti in the Bazoo ? to which he re-i-d, N, nut l " Tne re-orier continued : "Ctn yon se m any light auto what rhngv iil bf iu-ir, if any, among the M., K. AT hed- d d'-partmrn or MilKirditiatt ?" to which VIr. Tolmige reKt2idfd : "I can tell you lothing t present in regard to that. The chuijcr of niani(t'r will take pi see to mor row." Son after the above conversation hri tken 1 1 ce, M -.nger Talin-igeV car pulled oat mm thf Gtrrijn houe fur the Iu-di-oiH trNt (!e;)t. The r porter followed, hut the car then le't, goinx northward on the M., K. and T. track. Headed .Q from getting any iew in :)i it l:r-etinn, ihe r-Hirler went to the M. K. sn ! T. general rffi:e. E iterins the office ot Mr. 8!ieif. mter ,of tranHrtaiion, the reporter asked that gnt eman : , aVtIf y..u tell me omethiug about the . change ot management and of emplojw on the M., K and I .?" To which he replied, "No. ir. I know nuthing about it." lt-jK.rt-r Where could I get any factn abo'it it ? Sheafe I don't know, nnte Mr. Tal mage would tell you ctnethinir. The feral sliuvtr next cllid at the office of Mr. TeaKtale, ai:ant general pan engr ngent, and rttked that genthman: ' D you knuw atiTthing of the Hat afei of ther d or ili-chtrge uf any of its tm ploye He replied: ' No. air." 'V:iere can I find out?" pets' ted the rcp-irier. Texil le Ak ome attperior officer. The rep irter cdled then at Controller Firh-nU-' offiiv. That gn'leinin in form him that no ordera h d tieeti re ceived, anj thai he waa not plated on tht change. Tne reporter then called at the offi of Oil. J ynej, the feacurer of the road, and ikeii liitu : 'Colonel, can you tell rae omthing ab mi thia c!i tne to be made in he rotd to-morrow ?'' To which he rephe I : "Well, ye. The Miaaouri Paclfi: takea charge of the M CandT tomorrow, and will oon re move the ffi en to St. Litii, but here i a entteman who cm tell you all about it," and thi olonel introduced the reporter to Mr. T.J P.irti. the attorney of the Mi -oiiri Picific road, who had j m entered the rooui. The cutirtenua attorney motioned Ihe re porter to a chair nd aid : "M .friend, what can 1 do for you?" ( R. Tell me about Gould gobbling tl.e !..K AT. Porn O.i to morrow, ander the pre-i- dene uf Gould, the M.. K A f. road will be combined wuh the Minnri racific. known aa the MM K A r.divtaisn of MilM0.,ri Pj,cifi am, Mr. A.A Ta. as a g will become general manager and general superintendent of the tombiBa tion. R. What ehance will be made aa to the M., K AT railway general office? P. Well, vou aee aa anon aa tha than ! of managetuent take place, the M., K. A I T., except a a diviamn, wdl be bo more. The general office of the combined roada will be in St. L'iui. R. The general office here ia Sedalia will Ire -bo!i-hed? P. Y-. the buines now done here will be tt en done in St Ljui. R. Wh.t change will take ltce, if anv, in th present M , K. afe T. beads of de partment? P. No changes will he made there ex cept thoae that are absolutely neceaaary ; atill then will be some change. R What change will be made among ihe clerk, and taubi" of the dif treat ae partmentf? P. None except aeceasary chaagts. it. Coald yoa give ate tha aaami af aay pm)w shnavto W iatroduecd r "fram ofiee? P. Not to-day. R. Who is Mr. Talatge who ia that nudiienlj inveateil with mi mac power 7 P. Talmaee w an old railroad maa. He waa formerly a divtaion aaperiiUemlent I of the Indiana poll A St. Louia road. He then brcBM aiaiaat gaacral aperialad- nt of that mtd. He ;Mt held the geaer d caperinteadaney ot o oh tne 1. A L. and Poetic roda. That wm ia 18.2. Yon know me foraier aaate of the Mi Muri Pacific railway wa the Pacific road Then it wn.t into the haatki uf a receiver l'aliuge diiToniinacd brinf aaperiBid enluf the Pacific road, of coare, deria the continuance of the rccetvrrnhip. In October, 1876. the rod waa sold at mortgitge aile, aad waa bought ia by CoBl tuodore GirriiKB, uf New Yolk. It I he a began bring called the Mi-ouri Pacific, and at that tiaie Mr. Talaiaye waa cia made general Muperiataudeat aad I waa ui-de the road attorney. Iu the fall uf 1876 Mr. Gould bought the rod and Talmage waa retaiaed, and it ia -afe to aay he will CoBttBOe to be re tained by Mr. Gould. R Will yoa aay anythiait farther aa to probble chaagAi ia tne general tfice? P. No. You can aa? ia the Bazoo to your reader that it ia the iBtentiuB of it mangern to make aa few change aa the nature of the cae will admit of. Some change are necerj, but what they will be we cannot tell. X.ATRR. Since writing the above a Bazoo re porter h learned that a circular will be iued to-morrow, announcing the follow ing appointment: A. W. D.ckinaon, a aintant gearralauptr intetident. T J Porti, general attorney. Warder dimming, fuel agent. Fraud Camllr, geaeral ptenger agen. C. G Warntrt auditor. Miller Bullard, eupei intetident of tele- grph. J. A. Hill, general freight agent. All of the general ctfi vr of the M., K. A T. will sroiiabl he remote, but 'it qui unlikeij that ame of lhm wid tie 1 red Kiton ii Mime kind under the new mn-tgi-ment. M--ra. Tatmage and Mi dell lefi f .r Himihal thi amraing and will return to-morro. Still Further Appciotmenre. In addition to tle p iintia-iit an nou -ceil in yeairtdtv' BaZ-to, under the new order of tiling on tlie K"ia.annd TrZaa division of the Mioari P.cifie, the following have lo bern made : L. Peaouin, division upetintendent from H-oinibal to Parmm and Junction Coy. C M. Mieaf-, divMioa aapeniiUbdei.t fr.tni Pritito D.oion. M. A Martin, aaaiatant uperintendent of ti;id:e id building, having control uf l on the Kna and I ez division. T. G. Prter, claim agent. O. L liarion, caatiier. A G. E tton, car acccantant. John llewett, uperinteudeat of motive power and machinery. John Hodge, attuerialeadent car depart ment. R. R Powell, engineer aad tie agent. L. F. -Sheldon, paymaster vf the Ktmiaa ai d Tela division. Trelatrat inf-rmatina l that Ja. D Brown and Geo W. LUlf will be rataine! in aome poattion by the sew Management. The uret mean to rid ynarelf of that ditieing cough i to ue Or. Bull'a Cough Byrup. Price 23 eeata. Ooa Experidooe Frcam at any. 4 1 had heea sick and miserable o long ami had caaed my huaband o mnch trouble and expenae, do one seemed to know what ailed me, that. I waa completely iliaheartened and diacouraged. In t i frame of mind I got a bottle of Hop Bit ter ard ued them unknown to my family. I onn began to improve and g lined so faat that my huhand and family thought it t range and nnnaiual, but when I tt Id hem what had helped me, ihty said ''Hurrah for Hop Bittetv! long may they ppMper. for th-'y have made mother well and ti happy." Tbe Mother. Home Journal. An Edl or'a Eacapo. Office of i iik Iv csTki l Kra. AUIt, Iuwt, Way 26, IS , To whom it tua c on-eiit: I take great peMire in making the fol towing atattment: I have been ifflicled with a dieeaae of the kidney fur the pt in yeat, and have trid numerou rem edies with only partial and temporary re lief. WtrnerV Sie Kidney and Liver Cure was recommended to me, an I after taking it the pain aud diatrea left me, and I am tn-dav fmdimr at ft in and well. I am ,a,rfectly e-tifie,! that arne, g,feK d.j'"W Hiird to the police yealenl-y. h t ;.r- .1.. mAtms aayioa fi-S it was a violation of the city ney and Liver Cure i the medicine r.eedeV; . and can cheerfully recommend it to other. G. W. Staxx . In Tour Mind Sha Did. StUlia led 6'M pur people on Thank giving. A peia tneu! bn-v.rien. e iciety n been nrganZ"l. "it. Lint Caron cle. Sedalia ha an alleged benevolent atttiety, hut he didn't -qu ander any of her m tney feeding the poir uf the city on Th mkiv. ingurany other diy. Money ha been contributed librallr for making proviaton for the ick and deati ute, bat far aa the BaZ ha beenabl-to acrtain, none of it ha been plied for the parnoe coot rib utetl. The manager, in their anxiety to keep dead beats from imp wing ea them, have rather left those who were really treedy to buatl for th-ma-lte. Ciocho Qiinine nurea chill and fever. A SHitheru Udv learuitiaT that a Colored VOlllh of her neighborbiMMl VU Cdug to burr his father apoo the river bank at the spot where ae was dnwa nj eavru uiiai . fiuuniu V'w lainn I have Tour father laid in a era-efanl?. It would not nt he far to bring hisa hoaie ! and vou nasi takw tha stawuai ariu auow. swered n fiat what de water takes de water gwiue to keep, and it is tumble bad luck for to try to 'veal it, kase ebery time de ribber rieeTit gwine tn wet de body in de t;rabe, to aiake aW it got him. It ain't gwine to quit rising till it dure wet bin ; aad it we put him upon de hill, eeery freshet will lie a Hny.1 aad destroy us alL Better pat him upon de btak, wharde water can tech him heady. Thia it a very .faecal aegre tmpnuiiom. ' "Dat aiu't de thiog," ha an-! Brt,Wo,,", ociay." whtca has in its hand .gloomily. Don't yoa kDow""1 CtBh coatnbated by AH VMEXFXCTED VISITOR Who Fat in an Appearanct at the Lindell Hotel This Morning;. ! TOOOK WoOUD GlVa Birth tO ft Child While on Ber Way to Indiana. 0:i the train that arrived fmm theanatb, on the M., K. A T yesterday, wera three paf wgaia fattier, tin and daughter who had parchaarti ticket from Dill, Texas, i for Cincinnati, Ouio. The traia wa three hoara er taora I a, aad the Mioari Prifi: eaat.hound penger did aot wait for i', o tbe thr.e ptaenger reftried to wera roapellel to remain uver aatil the Bight traia. They at around the w utier room until about 4 o'chick yeaterday after Booa, when the a-ja, a yoaag m ia uf about twenty-two, CaLLF.D AT THE LIXDELt, ROTRT. aad li q iire.1 of Mr. Peic, th proprietor whether he could i:et npier for hi father, iter and bimelf. Mr. P. replied in the afirm tive and the young man d parted, and a Utile Utter the three rvtarned in a hack. The old uentlem a ia a cripple, and ia obliged to walk with crunches. They ea ter d the hotel and regttered Win. Rye, G. B. Rfe aa 1 I U M Rs. Mr. Ryar, aenior, adceil for a rmin for hi daughter. saying hat she waa not wel1, and the same wa furniahed and !! three ret i ml until the supper hoar. They ate eupper a little later, and AO UX VISITED THH ROOM. About ten o'clock lai night, after nearly all the boarder bad retired, groan were heard iaing from the room orcupiel by the young wnmm, ami thtn It was that ih; landlord t-gan to suspicion aomething. He vidted the room and made the di covery that the wottian waa about to be coi.fi ned. Dr. Henry Eran w immedi atelf uatnonet, and in a few iiiiinite" he waa on hand and reraaineil until a lit tle after daylight, when the stranger wa delivered uf a fixe a it aar. A BaZX reprvaentative lerneil of the cie, and vii'l the ti.me thi for noon. Af all three f the vuet were rrgi-ter tinder lhf m name, nul pt l a f ,her, son -nd daughter, he. ot rnur-e. d iied Im know where I lie failierof Hie c'lild Wa Wih iniaohj-et in view, Mr. R e. senior, V, i eriW-d nd t ted aalollow-: 'Well. I re.Htrn-d her nm- a Ma M. Rtifc-, hm '- is a wi.low. If-r priai nmi- i I la J ckmtn. r hii-hand dieil ah-mt ttuve m'a,ha ago. Tni iali uneg ec'el to U W had ezieete. to reach our home at Lwrncelurir. Ind I EFOKE 8HK WAS C XFINEP, and Would have lon , nl we were de laed t D'la, O-ni-on and here by the train not ming connection-." Tnia aii-fi-d the reKirter that all Was the tare and he t"Hik hi d-p rture. Mr. tit e van! he wont t not attempt ravel tor a couple "f wek at lea, a he H I not care to pnt hi d lighter life in jxipardv. In the m-antim- the landtnr-i no: rxurilera are Irving t ilecile upon a name ftr the lit'Ie t ranker that came among them n niegoeeied lv It iid that aome ! the alkaloid which enter into the combination of Pel low's llypnphiphitea are ez traded fiom tree which attain to a great age, and that thi fact ageted to Mr. Fellow Ihe iraa of their employment. Whether tbe aur rem of the preparation is due to thi, ae are not prep trad toaay, hut the idea ia a good one. FROZEN TO DEATH. A Child, Wboao Father ia TJo knnwo, Waa Bom. Froat Bitten, Died arid W-a Bart ed by tha Batlroad Track Thia Week. A white woman, ged about 20 year, who ia unmarried and whoe name the BZi reporter could not learn, gave hirlh, nn Nat Stardy, to a child of the feminine peruaion. The mother had been compelled to remove from her former hoatding hotie j i-t hefore her confinement to a houae which was cold aaJ uncomforta ble. The child, which waa a beautiful little girl, soon after it bir h became froat bit ten on it little arm and limb and died and wa buried on the foiirtn day uf it life. That it waa really fnxn to death i pruhible hevUe of the f-ct that after it death and before it burnl Mtme of the ieton who aw the child delate that its arm wete fnz n to its elhow and it limn to ! kt.e. A ctiSn wa prorared. and a the mother had not money to pay for hiuling the remain to the remetery, a hole w t dog near the M , K. A T. track, within the city limit', and the child waa buried there by Mt'tne neighleitV b if. Toe neighbor near where the child waa ordinance to bury ay deceased petsn within the city limit without a permit. The two .fSo-r to whom the comp!aini wa made stated theeaae to the coroner, who sid he ihoughi the law only required permits to be taken nut in thoae cse whre ihe deeeaae-1 waa buried in the cemetery, nd did not apply to those Cxae whete urial tiKih place wiihia tbe city limit hut ouwide the reme erv. A BaX'O repurier, who looked at Ihe city ordinance entitled Vital Statiatic," adopted eptember 31. 1879, which bears! on this o'j-c', noticed that it provide aa tbe corni er bad uppoed. Nu actum has a yet heea tikea by tbe auiboritiea in regard to the cae. If that child was f rosea to death through the aegleglsct or malice of the mother be shoald ba vigorou!y pr.awcateil for the eriae. If the child fn z to death withoat neglect oa ihe part of the m ther, bat ia ppita ef ber ifrt to ave it life, thea the woman ia eatitled to pity aad help at tbe hand of the authorities. Aad, ia the meantime, lbs Baix woaM ... . . ... ,k" 10 . ? -betherw., of yoa " "ytwng tn your aeighbor rhaMal af aa wrgaaizttioa knowa aa iba "8-dalia ennrcnea ana inaivioaata in relieve tbe saflrring of the poor of this city ? If ia the sligL cold fresjieatly can- ! traded that laall waJatrmiaaki thai - Ua Dr. Ball's Coagh -yrap i. tbe hegi.- al..ycoldaad bscrea. Price bib S3 cents. -Thai WwatmiMtw.tel , . - Oimi. tM tlie Only mOOOM. at Tl HaaUoa'l. , THE FAMOUS 1 MAUD. Of Count Reference is Made to Madame Da Frew, the Pedes trienne, Wbow Viit to Sedaha is St li atataewibsrwd by M an y of tha Basoo Baadars. Madai Du Prew the peihstrienne. who-e viaii to Sedalia will in doubt U rememhered by many uf ihe BaZOoV reader, ha been playing n engagemeu ia Ht Jim? recently. She i, withoat dniih, the worst "old bear who ever it f irlet herelf apon a Sedalia audience di-coon'- iag evea Lnuie Atmaindo, who made so any masnca ea ihe wnjld be blond ot ih) fatare capital. A before stated, Do Prew has been in St Joe. S.'ie topii at the St. J ime hotel uatil Monday, when tbelaadlord became TIliRD of hck COMPANY, and nntifieJ her to go elewhere. It em that fur some time uat she had been imhihtng somewhat freely uf intotinitin? liq-ior, and raining great diatutbtnc am ng t ami tie boarding there. Her con duct waa complained of to the proprietor, who immediately look steps to grt rid ot her. It i said that lat Saturday night she bowled up ami while beaatlv drunk com pelled a little girl who had been perform ing ith her, named Clara F'ini-I, to j imp from the front window at o'clock iu the morning She had alo induced one tit the dining room girls to cinaent to travel with her. The-r facta induced the landlord to inform her that he xckt no it ENce. A reporter ot Ihe St. Joe Evening Ne- got an inkling uf the racket, and he ha the following in regard to the old (dialer : Wa I me reporter aouxni ar interview, lie went to her room, N . lo, and kmct(e :. Ceae in," greeted hi ear' and the n-xt Bi'HU'iil he hm brfort the "'jtreat aid tnly." who w buole engaged iu rina irk ing ihe drawer an-l picking her trii'ik. All uf t lie bd clothe wer r-n r-, lett ing only the mtttreae'. Toe r-pirter. after sytng go-l m iming, tid 'Ma l tin-, I iinderxtand that y .11 are going to le v-, I nl it a.Mjner th in ri ez ted?" -N . air. I h we t aid i w.i week over me tim-.' I am mi irmeu that you are compelled to leivethe houe." "ira a u r I am leaving on ta' own account, and no- h-itle'a ta iking me." " I'hef alo tell rae th at you are trying ! takf one of the girl aw it with you. I there any truth in tht? "I don't te'l mv private buine to every body. Be fore I feVe I m cim:ng down to give you a big item. I'm no tenderfoot and I don't live oa wind pud lin; either." ' Perhap- vou can tell tne what peipte drink ou where you came trotn." 'Dn't you warn to s y your prtrera (holding out a B hh ). thia ia what I t-ll fortunes on " "Madam do yoa ever ue hrer or wine?" "Nothing Hat lea." ' W-ll, it effect you ratio r atrangely sometime, ao I have be -n in formed." "dOWIXTHg DKVtr. Dtn TOC FIND OCT So MCCH ?" "Where will yota g to from thi place?' "I don't know. Leavenworth or Atchiaou. "nme over here, I want to tell you a secret." The reporter walk-d aero the room when he added, "G down to - tore aad a-k Tom what kind of a hair p:n I am." Tae madams sail ehe had mdef500 over all ezpenaes. Before tbe repr rter leit a yoaag lady well kn iwn in the city cme in and she aad the "bounced" were left alone. Suharquen'lr the Nw sa?atonarv m the mad -rae on the at reel and waa horrified at having her invite him iato a saloon to take a drink. Leavenworth or Atchiann are perfectly welcome to her only pare S-dalia. Take Warner's Sale Kidney sad Liver Cure. A DESTITITIE WOMAN Who Waa tbia aforn log Cared for Through the x rbooa of Offioer Jafffcsa. At th depot,thi moning, was a women and four small Children, the eldent ! t mure than iz )ear uf age, ahu were a li plight. A- het iu the waiting tooiu, an early hour, with her little one hu2uled around her. ehe attracted Ihe atleiiii-.n o: Uifirr Jeff re, who pprotclod and en g-ged her incoiiveraatioii, and irarntd tt. sad atury of Iter life. Her Ba we, h e said, waa Mrs. .falial Meyeraeod be wa on her way toShafion R Blolpb County, where her father ami tao urulhera resided. She hid hern mar ried twice, and her firat hoboid, named Shy, wa tbe father ul her children . Tl.ti he waa living in Illinui. Her hu-band died, and a year 1 iter she wa married to Meyrr. Tuey removeil IO Paul a, Ke. whne, five monlha ago. Meyer deaetlett her and alia went to live with owe.iel lives. They, i, were iir, and the fi t uf Ihia week ehe determinetl lo get to I er relaiivas ia Rmdolph cuanty, iz u:li from Mokeny. She atarted with but little samey, which wa nmplelely ezhaaitd when he recl.el thi i y. When Officer Jr a" e a earned her story his sympathy was enlitei, and the uu hippy womaa and her hildren wera pio videl with a subitaatial hreakfaat at ht ezpease. Hesubj,iently called oa Mayor E'.na aud obtained fiom bim trai.aporta ttoa for her aa far aa Ramville, and then vi-ited iw er three parlies who contributed tweatyf e ceaU eck for the wortuy oo- He still lacked fifty eeata of haviag the asoaat accessary to pay her fare to Moberly, and this he donated himel', and Mrs. Meyers aad childrea left ea tbe momiag traia for Sbafton. Thai ease waa andoahtedlv worthy ef charity, aad tha B.zra WoaM like 'o km w whether it caaae wader the j iriadietioa. t tbe Sedalia Benevolent society ? DejioeUagaa jcqatty to Ood. A cbarch wa being d-dictted, on which a maa aamtd Bill Johsaua held a mort- Owe world I iag paviBg aaotaer aa tha ',,,',: ,B,h 1 ,kV J f" tarrvieea af tbe Aim'ghti God?' ta the Y-e-B.st' aloaly raspumleai Boh, with MTaay are aedicating tha people's eaauy in the beildiag to G ai, aah, however, to Ua aaclgaaa af Bill Jwa4waaB. ON TO MEXICO Jay Ganld's Scheme for Link ing the Two Repnblice by an Iron Highway. rha Kanaaa and Texa Diviaion to ba Kxtjoded Ioo tha City of aaex oo. The swallowing up uf the M, K. AT, railway by the Miamiurt Pacific ha brei he one anaorhing ilirme .f tutiVerliou it Srdalia ful the paat three dav. In thle cum ectioti the Sr. Louis G.ohe iVwxrat if laat night 'he prearnt H (liage nei.t will iindnuhlrdsy txtM.d the rod into tie Uty id Mn.c, thu unititig the two rt pub tea b an iron highway. It aay : The gtadual drtrelopuiinl of I lie acheue h is almu-t ctilmin trl. 1'he'e Fa no doubt ahuut the recent mertinga between Scnoi Rioiero, Ihe Ute M-zicu Miniater to the United Slate, and sundre e-alern railro-d luagiiatr, having a diiect bearing ujkh itir preaent omoIid iitn. Mr. U iu!il h ben deeply iuterealed in Ihe view aid pri j ca id Stnor Rimero, w.o i warat y ulv,4:.(iiiig the opening Up of hi cotintiy hrnugh the intioduction uf railwajc, atd in G'U. Grant he ha found AN ABLE AtV.lCATB. It will be r-iueiuheittl that but a few lay Gen. Grant tu de, at a dinner in New Y o-k, Ihe li:iiget eprcli creilifed Iu fii'ii in behalf uf the oieriitig id roida W weu weairn Miinta atraight to Ihe t'ity o1 Mi Ziro ; the aigniOetnce uf the presence ot iituulier of the iii'Mt prouinen ruilroatt turn in the country w.t noie-i, and the plot rema to h- developing rtpidly . Ltt Auguat the coiiuliiiattoH of a nutn ier ;f rooU under the title uf the Mt.oui P cificrtilway wa retnletl aa ttnt r troke of the( mid directory. T iee e:u-'r-ired the llMinville briuuh, L-xii-irt-n firMiirh, Ihe iiuS'itahel hriiich to Ver aillr. the S'. Liui-", Konaaa and Arizona ri', Lzittg'oti .iud S utern. St. Jop, -VtefiMon ami the Ul ill lilti- the (J:iiii P-f;fic. to wnich hee were all triliiitwr.. It'tore tuta, li t v-ef t'i are-le h id li-en Irire'i in hy the q ii-iiiiti furit e Ko-- in I Ar X'i hruu:h of the ioiria Kn- a and i eZ H. Wtiic'l e('oid-i fro it lid Un, Mo. a d'atamte uf fi'lrtWt uiife. Thi afterward Zteiuleit t l'ota. Ii-n to D'ttart, Km, a di'ta ce id 111 tld. T ie mi "e rtviit D10 CrtOX OF THK RFC XVKlt suir r TI1K M aouri. Kma A Tez s railroad ly ihe uprrme court wa prim facie evi denceihtl a con i'i I uion waa to ensue and ao it ha ben ff cteif. Tha term and aore ap-c fi : n itur - id the conao.idati 'i ive not a yet eeo promulgaleil. Th oq'iiaiiiongiva Mr. G Mild the center ul a., tuinmken line fr.ou Toleilo. O., lo Deo i ti.T.-z i, and there no d oitit aa to iMiieditte atepa been tak-n to pu-It the li ie direct to the R o Grande, whete ii W II meet the proioed line running ditet-t to the City of del-C", virtually opening an .eiriant highway for ir Sc between the a tt and one of the richest c uutries in the emtinent. Jv G tuld will, nf rour-e.lv- prmident of the new conolid ition, and the inteteat uf Ihe arq iued diviatua will be identtcal with thoae of tha Miautli Pacific railway. In time the consolidated r ia-a will have a cjuuur board of dirrC tor. A descrip'ion of the line in brief will be in plc. It start from Hannibal, M'., running directly tfiuihwe-t to Moberly, hre It is iut- rected by the St. Loui, Wabaah A Pacific railway. It croes the Miasuiiri river at B Ninville, going IX A DtaCCT X.IXE TO SrDALtA, theare to par-on. where it ha an import- nt branch to E nporia and Junction City. It then change it cour-e almoat due 'outh. taking iu Vtnita, EifaoU, McA I ti ter, Caddo and other impirtxat place in the Indian territory, crowing the Red river to D.'nion, lei , where it ha two important hMnche, to Greenville and to tiiinville; al-o having coaneciion. via he II A r. and other roada with Austin, ilouaiun and Gtlveion. The length uf hee lin- are a follow: M tin line from Htnnihtl to D-Mii-on, 57 tuiN; hranrh from P.trons, Koi.. to Juncion Citr. 157 Bii'e-; branch from Douiaoti t tifeeiiVilIe, II aiile. a total dftnt.ee of 8i0 mile ef railrotd line. Tneftt. Luii connection is u nle at Sl di t. via TK MISiUKI PC FIC UA1I.WAY. ThM mil.- Mi. l.iii.ge ui-ioLer ul ?1,0 U .ui!e uf r.iilrooi, wfcWe tbeenir y leni d .he ni in-tgeiiiriit nntruei sl:oi 1 mile. It ia Hit.d tint thete 1 I inher m ivriiifn' m d Iim.i to the pr fi reil m.e tnHU'd ie Rio f ir:iriilc, ad ill n roiHt-iii! tiion of the Cettral P cifiv, l tie -t'm Wjoi'd atreirh from T ild oCiitc uo, to rfi. L itlia, to M xico. ai.il o I'e la: .dr by northern td Muuheru rniit, aiih ii iiuporianl iio.ect;on with X O.-.'e.iu'. Mr (t.iti!dV well known view- ,.n the cotia ilid.itiou uf interr', and :he nitnen.-e for.re and piaer he t Larkinu ii iud iuiittile en-rgy with, will bring orih -ome tern ok itl- p'iea in the rail- roul av-:i iu ot thi Cotin'rr and the d -Vet. ptn-t:t n' in ! n tl aa yl ra;cel Ire nil . Mr. liiuld'a atrengib gniw ml arrumul ate daily, and he', ah-.ee ad titer m n in the con itr, fi d for carry ng out these matu uo.h chtmr. Ifar-ioc an Uranjc-Oa anjc. 1 The Loud 'ii corn spun lent uf the Liverp.ad Pot says: Tue nii-sii.g ink who parts his hair in the middl in l haA been ti some time ptun mi ex liihitiou at the Westmiuler sq'tariuin namely the urauiE-uutan--:- nas not ecapeal falling a victim to thi malady arhich has proved fatal tn ajany of his kind iu nur clitntte. The stranger c night cuhl which "ajtickly developed into a severe at tick of bronchiti, and on Friday tiiuhtlaft his nedical attend mt held nut little or no hope uf the patient being a hie to survive the night. However, 5Ir. John E. Cirriii)ton. F. K 8 , tha naturlist of the aqtHrimn, wat ileterraind it po--ihle in sate the creature's lite He at up all night with him. steaming and loctoring hira. ami by morning the symptoms were favor ihle that the orang-outang was declareil tn ba oat i:araedia'a danger. Since then, by dint of eireful nursing, the animal has been hmught anraud. ami is now happily convalescent. Ilia ptii-nce amler htis luierings was, I believe, above all nra-ae, and he took Mr. Cirringtia's h it hatha with all tbe Coasplaceacj ot Pwadeniiis. 0. er ltvXJ Haw ilea aahi. B r Wa,islIaaataa( Aasa-aa. IcLoa, jfa. Praeident Tilar. Octnher Atlantic. President Tyler, wln wa9 fifty-one years off age when he took jxs.-ton of the executive mantoii. uhs eome what ataive the medium height, and a blender figure, with long liml :tnd great activity ot movement. Ilia tlnn( auiiurn hir turneil white dtitino; UU term of office, his ine was large and . proiiiineiit. his eves were of a hlui-h-! gray, his lips were thin and his cheek -uiifceii. ills iiiaiiuera were tlio.-e ul the old echool tt" Viri' it gentlemen.! nid he atway.a invited visitors wtllij vlioni he was armntinteil to ticeuintiitiiv j in m to the. aideb ;ird in hidii.iu; room uu! take a ghs of win-, tarsouietliin trotiger. The ceremonious ett(joiie tahlisheil at the white Initio hv V.ir Btiren vanished aud the pre.-i lent Iivt-d precisely us he had on hi plantation, tttetideil hy his old f'ltnily slaves. hen Ilealy.the arti.at. whs invited to reside at the white house whil he was copying StiiiiriV Hirtrait of Wash ington lor Lriitis Pliiltjifie of France, tie was fiitcihlv Mruck with theuh -ence of nil ceremony. The fir-t day'dalia. of the artist joiiru, he a ceo n i pa i in 1 J the fatnilv to the drawino-ruoiu. alt. r dinner, ami tfietisiM, with a profntitui Isiw. "Mr. l'reitlent. with yur jit :uisIoti I will retire to my tok."' 43Iv ond fellow," replied Mr. Tjler. "tit just what you pleas.." When otn tiny the president, j ked Mr. WtsealHiut hi little iiiie-lior.e cir riitge, ulrch he .tyli'd "a c.imilH-iNx n wheel-, t!i rpr-e:itativi liom AcC'imac retorted hv tellino; Mr. Tvl-r tit it he hud Ihmmi ri'lifg tor a motitl: in i -coiid-haiid crrias:e iitnl.i- l a? the .-ale nl the t ff-cts of r. I'.ittlditiir tlt secretary tf thentvv under Mr. Van Btiren. tith the cuat-td-:irui' em 'ilaz iued on thettotir patnis. The presi dent lauhttl, and irave order at one' 'o have the armorial hearings of the PauMinog painted over. A CHlifarnit Trotter. i Nw Vork Worl l .Stranger. " siid the etay-tlriver. ' 'this wa hw I found .tit her .jietl : r ...... .1.:..: i :.i.. .i... -...i i i n .i,.Mr.i,c ............ trick jtit a a !! load of hot.-I furni- . 7 i i: .1 , i . 'mid it ail. hut thev man to. d t. .tllu. 9a.a-auattaliaa.ara(iakei a . t .a ltl. mirror, wiocn ttiev tieii to no- nit i i thectr The nnres-tw her refi cioit j in t ie ilasaud thought it wasaiiotlu j r a-v - - a - lor, spiiriino tor me lean otieju.t laid luck her e.ir and snorted ahnn- uT't r..''-n; rtth-d out on the ilai form ami he .... Mii.ak.ij i'i,u .....i....i.. ui,... i I., - f v: w , . iir- L..II.I..V.1". ?'1P in on a seat and l-tan to sell pools Tue enoiur pulled the tliruttle-vMlve ti open and tore aloitjr at ninety nve miles an hour S mhi the tn-tre was hret uf the cowcatcher. At San Rrunn we hail hslf a mile the lead Near theix Mile Hou the train was o much ahead of time that it fll through an .ijieu draw and ever latinjlv m-tshed seventy two killed ind 199 wounded. If wa pretty rmih on the paetn r, hut then weditanc eil th train. Iier yet life. Ah ut a month after I sold the m re to ber prea etiluwuer for 60.000 " 3t d toy a Do?. Tankee Fork (Cat.) Hera! I. Ahout two weeks ago a man was badly torn about the hi le aud had one -irra broken by a Lear on Lt Kiver. He waa hunting deer at the lime and his dog discovered the hear at the root of a tree aud commenced hark ing, when the bear, which was King with her cutis, caught him as above stated. The attack of the dog on the hear caused her to relinquish the hold mil leave. In- man tore oiTa bhsxlv piece of his shirt and gave it to the log, whtcn took it to camp and r. turned with the wounded man's partner to the place. He was taken home, and at Iat accounts was getting aloogas well tis could be expected. The Tra Mcther. A good mother never grows old tn t good son ; nor dies his love for her. heir relations to each other are not changed by the ptnsing years. Site is to the Iat hi mother, and whatever he i to others, to her he is Iter hnv. Biography is rich with illustrations of thi truth, although the man whose mother is still spared to him need not a :! le-vonii ins own experience to rrcogniz-j its forcp Here, for ex ample, is urufTold Dr. Johuon. hearUh and hiMiri-h in many thiig. When hi is fi ty ami his mother ninety, he ivtites tn her in ieinlerne-3 : "You nave been ihe best mother, and. I be lieve, ihe be-t Woman, in the world. ( thank vou for vour imttilgettce to me. and beg f. rgivetiess of all that I have done ill. and all uf that I have omitted to do well." How manv men are there whom the world little thinks id as chiid tike, who would make these words their own, set their hands ti them with Johnson's closing assurance, "I am. dear, dear, mother, your dutiful son." Belgtavia. Bthisa of th B ivariin B ir. For sorn-i time past a question r.f thrilling interest tn the Btvarian Inr ha occupied the attention of thjudi chl atrhoritiesat Munich It is this: .Maya barrister wwr colored trour in c mrt, or mint tney b I.I ick ? Tnis point was ra:e. several weeks ago by i B ivarian judge, who, iterceiviug the lower lin:he tit an advocate then addreseing him to be encised in garments of tender tone, reproved him severely. The birrister treated thee admonitions with scorn. Both ptrti-s to thedi-pute laid their arguments bef ire a cmrt of appeal, which has been deliberating on them ever since. Meanwhile the well known Munich counsel, Dr. Helbling. has just been o1muly warned hy another judge that if he attempts to defend his clients in colored troupers it will be the wurse fir him A ran who has been lecturing in Philadelphia claims tn have seen an angel, and each unmarried naragranh- erfaidly imagines that the lecturer hss seen his girl with her best clothes oa. Nomstowa Herald. Tha young; woman who had many suitors ami from the tim she was six seen until she was twenty one rejected these all. re'erred in her later life to that period as her ' decliuing years." Sieubenville Herald. -Flowtr tunas at iH prictt at TkMUt HuUin't. 'J J J Bee Hive ! A. lVf tl 1 i n ATMr HniKP -fc-Vj.it 1 1 y .. . H'hcre you can htiy :i f ishionahle hat ' r a lady or a iiiijs, triiuinet), for J7FTY CENTS- Hw ran e a" nl it ? We htiy f .r CASH ami m . for CASH, atwl we crry a larger ftoc!; than all l!ie other miKiuery hott-ies in Sitlalta put tnovther. Our country patron aie p-irticul.irly in vhtd to mnke the BEE HlVE their headii'i irters when vt-itiuir St- Wo will treat vou rilit. S. E. LIP3IS, Propriiitor. , .M -Ukaul ...n.i;nn IKa. KTS.t m-t j . , . .' -r- ' rrm Baal CaisHi Stoves iw that ararM. EVERY ONE of the 141 SfZES aawaBBBBBBBBmaWBBaa ""mstwaw) amwwk wwaaBBaW aaWamaaW aammmmawawBBmBi Wrihen Guarantee To rw AO r.fft'Alt la ptttft mf rajCU nr A I IT V CnnUOUV rlr1lont PCAUIfa tOUWUIWli DUBilBHITY CONVENIENCE Tha essriy Caakiwg Stawaahaifca) atarld asama with gaaMima Qust Steel Minings, Retail from $20 to $65, Full Trimmtf. AvaM be in deceived by laaitatla af traataaaark, end by rcprcseata ttoaa af parties mho cro tryiaMj fa aaN aaasa iafcricr ctavo. Cxaiiaa araN tha aamritaa "FavcrHa) Stasia'' bafara) tmfiwi any athcr. U 53H2 riTSt-CtS E2lT liTTJltef. AND r.Y J. M. OF FIELD, KO. 103 MAIN STBEET, IA, MO SEDALIA $1.00 CHEAPEST m BEST PiPEP IX CENTBAIi MISSOURI. ONLY $1.00 PERAiWJL Postage free to any post office in Pettis County. aV Subscribers who take theit paper at postofliecs outside oi Pettis Countv, will remit 20 cents extra for postage, width is paid at the office of publico tion. Senu in your namc3 and monev. Xo name put upon the sub scription book unless accom panied with the cash. Address remittances or com munications to J. WEST GOOD WITT. SEDALIA. MO. SN BED & SUTTON, Examiners of Land Titles, Corner Main and OlnoSt.. D. ft. Smith' building, SEDL1A. .MHVOUKI. nn prparwt ofurinh l-tract ami chain ofiillea l ll rval foLtto in 1'etti eonnty. Mi oiui. a-2".Url POWDER Absolutely Pure, Mvt from Grapa Cream Tarter. otha prtpir ei raa'n micl hiht, liky hot htlt nrlu-i'r oa pastry Caa be eaten by Hjpft.n wtl eai teir ot the ilia resuttiaif. trout hwt a dif aiiWa food. Sold ia eaa. by all araeem. UiiAU BlIW fuajlklft uuu Urn Tat. Klil WEEKLY n ffm