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RATXS Or ADVERTISING. D4ILT B1Z03: Om sf uare, one insertion $ 75 " three insertion.. 1 50 " " one week J 50 WCKXLT BAZOO: One eqoare, or lee, one insertion $1 25 Each subsequent insertion 75 Obb eqnare one list, daily weklr. 1 75 ADDRES?, J. WEST GOODWIlf. Announcement. We ere eattidrigd to announce S. M F.eker at a candidate for city register, sub ject te the decision of the democratic cite can van tine. We are authorised to announce the came if R. M. Beetles aa a csxHidate for the cit ies ef roBty school comainioncr of Pet ti ceuaty. d&wtd W are authorised to announce Daniel Talbot! cs Maxidata for eitr imyor of Se dalia, eabject to tea deci-ioa ot tba demo era tic cm eea ti on. td. Hall n a Texas town that deserves its flame, judging by tha brutality of IkrM reesot murdsrs. pertae te have just declined bb offer f $390,000 to leetere for on year. rabid bun aeiaed a cow by the BBck witk bw teeth, at Evansville, Ind.f Bad draff ei ber a block before a polieeaaa's ballet released ber. Yoasf Brown could sot lift one ed ef b heavy tiasber at Uuionvills, Ohio, aad old Brown, aged 70, showed him aew te do it, but killed himself ia as dsiBf . WBl BWaaaw aM at Gea. Wearer, tba greenback leader, predicts that there will be ao demo cratic aaadidate ia the field in 1884, only the repablicaaand the greeuback BUBtiaees, and the lattar will wis. "R. B. Hayes, ex-president of the Daitad States," is flaaked on one side ia the aew Washingtoa directory by "R. B. Hayes, bar Under," atd on the other by "T. J. Hayes, shoe aker." A f ood-loeking black-eyed woman baa bean oarrying oa a aeries of rob. keries ia Philadelphia.- Her princi pal victisss were clergymen and pbysi etaaa. Har asanner of victimizing a physician was as follows: About dusk aha visited the doctor and asked him to ajaka a medical examination of a nature that would eonsaras some time. Of course he excused himself BBtil ke had taken his meal, and she lest bo tiave in appropriating nuiuitel Bfoazes. vaias. ornaments, silver- plated ware and so forth. She has j bees arrested. senator rlaiab, ot Kansas, woo ie president of a National back, says : "I tell yon, tbe crisis ha come when we shall see whether the banks run the government cr tke government tbe hanks. I think tbe government kas a right to fix tbe rate of interest it will pay, aad it ia no business of any set ef ssan. It makes no differ eaoe te tke people if Wall street gass biers do lose aoney or railroad stocks stop rising. It wonld make a difference if tka hoes in tba western eora fields sbeald stop, and it is with the producers that tke prosperity of the eoantry rests. Let tka bottom fall oat oi it, if it will. It is an artificial sBoveaeat to coerce the UTKOBCDk Adeline Patti spends her money freely, aad drives hard bargains with asaaagtri. Bat she is charitable, and aad helps assay a broken-down artist with a ajaiet auaifieence of which tba world aevar hears. Her kitchen costs hereeaperitively little, har tastes in ' this dircetion hsiag simple. When aha ia goiag te sia, Patti dines about foar, the Baeal being aa extremely light eee. leagaap follows, and ahe afresh far tba avaaing's work. Her refectioB in tka iatervals of sing isg is ef varieas kinds, aow a raw egg, bow a glass ef lemonade. She has evea been kaewa to take a cap of tea. After tha play ahe is often tba life of a sapper party. Thongb lacking tba gift af wit, she enjoys it keenly ia oth ers, aad has a livsly sense of humor. The seeret ef her charm lias in her aaiaal spirits. She is gay, and makes ethers gay. De oar workingaen ever think while they work for a bare sustenance that their employer frequently clears his teas of thousands and boasts of tha aamber of man hs supports. Has liberty of conscience departed from that ires country until those who make the wast forfait es out of their bard labor !or fashionable loafers hardly dare eall their souls their own ? The enormous salaries paid to men who, by these same working people ara lifted iato place and fortune, require the la bor of thousands. But the poor are often to blame for this state of things. They bow and scrape when in the presence of one of these ignorant snobs, as if the money he possessed and earned for him by them made bim a superior being. Becollect that man hood, although occupied at the work bench or tbe forge, and wearing cheap clothes, is the only insignia of nobility. Workingmen should learn to do their work well, and despise even their employer when he endeavors to degrade them by placing them on a par with his okattels. The employer, has ae right to expect moral servility to gala his base purposes. Workingmen, work, think and act for yourselves aow, for the tyrant money is even at at present forging chains that to- iw may tie compieixi, and that Uwfflthaw.be tee late. Sed volume xu. V1W FAUESTIMB ITEMS. M nd, mad. -a x. hk Loets. bsa returned from St. J. P. Msire, ef Akinsville, waa in the f city yesterday. J. U Millar, agest at this piece, is tie- in Bf hia old kaaa i th asst. . r Mr-- L- f, ?Si Pal-tine, is iigntaiag isrr at .u. pi ow. " . , w- T -. r- "rT snuiy are ie re rnzu imn W n.annaJ that: B H KTultle. of j Ea.e!OB. diad ia ?)cavillcyea.srdT. J. Hecdersa Meora sold a pn of atulea to Jco. Kraus fur S00. John ia the lucky bay. kaewa nethirK et i'. Mr Qoed a- lacy aaeed tbrcypb here few day are, oa thatr wy home. Taiak ee at liat fee acxina ititead of Cfa. year Pilal Orue corraiondaui rep cited. Mr. C. W. Dilla, la;c of Keatacky kac aaoead c fei aew bom eear hi tlcc. Wc ladly weJrcaic bia aad hi facjilr. aad bcee tba? ara vail plaastd witk Miatoari aad it people. Well, well; Loa ia saarricd t laat Tea, car frieed A. C. Aasick and Mm Aliee U. Moore were united in saarriegeor tbeltb at 4 o'clock. l'kir sssny friend, w ab ibsu a leaf i'J ilft- whoV next? X. AMOU TX ITXsfS. Daaid Mclfeir cnataianeed plowieget: WeJacaday, breaking a:d Iaad. Mia AUro, f isedalia. i giog tu :c lescaos ia this place. Mr. Roger. wmt of ,owo ,M in ast weak cud eiaticd ' m!mm too tiiOch coceqiiea:!y Marshal Ztlbart tok poMca ieor kirn. The rii;e ba line cf eidcwall. (ai oar ice a ancil has designated b urdicaarc o b Said witk plaak are now busy puttma -i down. Mta Xaijce Pattiaoa leaves thi tworaiag far ber besse ia Stdaha, hopinj. thereby te seaa ibs asud, with which tht wbnle face of the earth ie bow covered. Re. B.T Lary, of "ednli', wilt preach to-aaorrow in the Ma:J.cfliat cnnrei in ttu place, anoraing aad evening, end KMer E M. Berry at the Cliriatian church. Tbia i getting li for frajera to br commencing their aprirg -nrk, and then ia not an:ch wroapaet that they will eeer- gct to work during tbe eext week. If Her Husband Only Knew. In "a rertaia boarding houae in this city i a keaeufol yoaag erried lady, who hubari is ehee at prcaeat Ic .lervlo e-cca tece m aocaai a ws;tion of bin. omeneae , and iaicndteg toaend Tot i wife wba cirrueatanceB wou'd pnroiii. It that hmbund knew of the flirtntion tht wife ia can-ring on at present with rer- iin eaiplore of the Mionri Pacifle, pr :.h8r tin woaid charge hie mind about eadin; tor brr and apply lor a nieorce ins'ced. The Sandlsrly of thin prtitnlnr honpe n. rwpcctablf ll-lr, a s'rict iss'tnlter of t!n chnreh, and ia ignorant of tberel facla in thecar, md the bad example iteicg daily sat before her young daughter. Witt Sac for Blander. BtH FrtFU Htm ct.t.de of "edalia, hot last Friday nicbt tek in &da.ia and Sara opp!y ef ,?'.'7. played pool until a ixie bonr ta1 :b ccnrr.,-.r.iH yoan. Coaklie. : X- Sii. to h father' bearding kose. Y:rHay morning when heaeokcit irclk.t deiv etirt xnd.in feraied ire r',pl f hen that hie mosey wvs 3i;?.. TSier lne erd inr it ev ery piscc, tkintie-atrbtef 'ft beddrrppec it Fristc left aed atv.c e ffri! cl the aaleeae ibat xe bad bea robtsd of bi oeeT, ieaviat the inlerenceThat hi friend weai tkroegb bi Boekcta. Yoang Coaklin was arcane. ltt nget aekirg tlie dice nf tbe efioara tc eea if be ceM tfe totue ac tios gix' ys:e fer tbe e'.a.'dr. He state tat Fritto swn: eo:!inM ai;Eey ib playing ?el ecd arourd the saloons befcre tbcy feat borne tc hed, and that be did aat know aow atcck ssoaey he taigbt have bad, bat ke is eery aoic it waa not last ia their hoaae. The Cjnklin will probable endfavor te take soma ac.ios agstast Fristc. Buried In tha Cemetery. Yeaterday saorauig tka corpse of Mrs. W. N. Corlcy arrived in Sedalia on tht Lexmaton braeeb traia frca Hoastonia. Tbe baabaad aad relatiTss of tha drceaard : scenapaaied tbe resiaina aad bad tkesa in terred ia tha eity cessattry yaerday af teracoa. Mr. Co-ley died of typhoid malarial fever ea the moraing cf the 10:h. She waa aged 23 years, and leaves two ckildrca. fc- A Tatsd Tamily. Residiag oa East Sixth street is a family named Myers, whe lately remcved te Se dalia from Ohio, who may certaialy be da igaatcd as a fated family. For some days pact foar ot tba aix cbildrea have been very low with scarlet fever, acd yesterday aeraing at 4 o'clock oae of them died. Last aif bt another was net expected to re carer, aad tbe parents arc almost dis tracted. Ftlot Orova Collegiate Institute. The Bazoo waa recently shown a speci mea examination paper by Mia Kuie Fray, a atodent seder President Cbas. X. JohascB, of the Pilot Grove Collegiate In stitntc, which, for gsneral exreller.ee, net- a a . " a . nessand coacpietenem, is aimpiy perici. Tba Hat ef examlaation qumtion exteads over the entire collegiate course, end ia complete and exhaustive. - That Miss Fray aaawered all the qaesttoaa, without ex ccptlen in a single ease,1 simply demon- stra'c the btgii merit ct the euucatenat ejatem in vogna at tbia really excellent in stitution of learning. More than thi, the neatneasof the young lady 'a asnnKript proves mat naoiw oi neaine" are incul cated as well aa accurate and exact knowl edge. The style of penmanship is exceed ingly neat, and the pnnctnetion and ve hemence perfect. In the higher mathe matics and the sciences Mi Fray's pro ficiency is marked. Few young ladie of this day and age, even those who are called educated, have o extensive and so thor ough a knowledge aa her examination pa per show this ynung Isdy to have. The fault with moat educators of young lidiea' echools is tte propensity to sacrifice the practical and useful for the ornamental This is certinlv not the system at the Pi lot Grove Collegiate Institute, under Pro fessor Johnson. Yonng ladies arquire solid attainment aa well as polite accom plishments, aa the examination papers be fore os abundantly testify. Xzcitement In Wall Street. Caused by one of the brokers drawing half of the capital prise in the Common wealth Distribution Co. Jfext drawing, March 31st. Seed on yonr orders and be in time for this month's drawing. Whole tieksts, $2; halves. $1; 27 tickets, $50, 5 ticket, $100. Addren R. M. Board- sa.Courier-JoBraalbaildiog, LooUville, Kcc tacky. ali a Weekly Bazoo. SED i Written for the Sunday .Morning Bacon. ; OUR PARSOAS. (Who They Ar-Wbat Thy Do A "Bezoo" Correspondent Struck by the Religious Boom. ' i aY ?nE BA2a gpECIAL RlTORTtB. it will do doubt cause a cause a asaj jriiy of tbe,M jf lDeT mhl be verr kiodlr eves ,o BJiie to are u write , fi-- ...nji- ,11 I.,Ka 'MBazoo'a rc.der to about preacher. Wc have a double reaeos lor so doing. Firt, from tiaae ima, morial the iHt of a reporter beinc a christian, or eeca aa occasional church . . uMft.lcl tU ataa taaaca aataeama t . . aa X . Bluest f mwcj orea aaiariainc-j cy taa uaaca lor aco- aa?nt. Tbcy expect u !o aubui It a Correct account f a pns lht, billiard tourney, kotre race, political pow-wow. or etra a aaaaueradc ball or beerae. bat let oe pub- Job a aeraaoa, word far werd, giving due credit to the author, aiac tiasca out of ten .1.; article ia ak.pped with the : No ceel rcadiac that: tbc writer, whoeeer aeway be.dropjcd ia church (hilc on nia wae to Charite' rooca lor a game oi tuchre), tarried long caougb to near tbe u-xt aatl saay be gleam an iJea or iwo.and hM,"S tft'T'rS'M-11? A'i'teM'K'oce to grasp, but very demon! ance. Well. I don't blame bias for oot, . ... r . .taairiB tr. hmmr it nut Mo-fnnaa nne a. deva atat what thee ued to be," and the next sauaaent the hardened siccer u Bead ovrr ears in taat scan iai cac. . u K m.Z - " ZZ " . Ji .i." .T.i.:. No ciaes attead charch aaore reguiarli or follow tba scrasoa aaore cSoecly thaa re - mmm. a (Krter. let you arc act to be cenurea for failiac to recognis is that welllrca- ed, quiet, attcalive aad iateliigent-looking young asaa. who isvariably uerupic tbej tar comer oi the pew i pew nearest the door (natural labora aaodeaty prevents bi go icg fort ber up) as tbe bratfB, red-faced, ot'p-eycd and eager indieidnal who p- oroached Tu oatr the day before, saud 001 troas lop to rvjtt.ua. Beats uUed ia ,nnm mit .1:,,. i.ta, e t,nok .,, n.. kmt tubof it cedar ;cd pencil in tbe other, ' 7 - . -----, nd wb nrwed hc enneereatton with : 'Ane -newa? JSo! yai ne-er ha; why dnn't yr.n ktp jer eyes p-rlrd an' Uke 'in - t,yVm Hj, whT do T0Q mke-;. sn itca 'caionally relp fllr long. . ' - Tab- a heap a runnir 'rout.' vt all a p- - necessary for me to speak to yon con mtz aot to et to Strinatown now to'cerninr your conduct? You failed write tin t man as cut hi iwit with an -tthe tan m notir-e r mnl your clotoea? xe, aix. iim tnrf- the lk. A clgs Nixj ! a ell a chwTH do; thnkr, ta, ti. I'm oti' toii later." Onr.ecrnd r.i:. while c'riag the. reader elt crf ilit f r shoeing Uieir good, -00ml judgaant in nb-rnh.ng to, psyiag for and rd,g 'Jj'llil in tbeh.bH of attending church, and if this article should he the mean of d'rect - mg any wayward in tbe path- oi ruht - cbwa eawAlt .nsiaritaam eartrmA? ataa rU wa wie wumi vvuimci imi iK-a v vw amply repaid. S 1 mncl in explanatioa ; aow for onr preacher : j n. ocacAK, ?tor of the Christian church, 1 e gen - tlecan who hat tieeo with oa about a year, na in tuat lime a maae many jrirnue. . E.p?cMiy i .V well liked by hie c .ngre . J w" " . " -xenon, and wc c.mider cursclf safe in eay-j ow record this quarter, but I should ing his call here i permanent. He ia pro-' like Very much to know your reason n oti need one of the handsiaifn D. D'e in ) for the failure." town-being the noecor of regular fet-j "Well," she awwered, "it VOU ore, becoming blonde ."I'miitt know everything, it's tfais; 'the of ejM. His voice is stroag and cear J.,, , . jr-i . , , ' through his entire diacoura-, method sy-1 Ir dred me to fall, and be kept in. temattc. address logi"al, admitting noixneysayx am a paragon in Xjatin. doubt oa any aiituect in the Bible, 'lake it j thlt I will never get zero and I told as a whole or not at all. t tr.,.. p f" Vv b... h.rf th. ni...,.r, hat twice of hearine him.' being both timw mit favorably iiapreesed. ilia delivery ia o different from the ajr- ity that the eery change ic refreshing. Tk...L 1. 7. ..lia. . in L. .a ..1 aal w .nd collected, a.i.g few if any gMiuree. HWAexed. of course, and yet ni. k. a Mne ininainna nfiamuscd. too, Bt the same time. He a voice that ia soft and arlodioua, tbe m teacity of bia feelicg, relating tbe idea which he present in word tkat arc besuti fully grand aad appropriate. J. B. FCLI.XB, of the First Baptist church. To those who have acver heard bim, you have missed a treat, aad tbe sooaer you partake thereof the aorc fortunate ara yea. Having a plsadid cemmaad of language and aa im agieativa that kauws bo bound, be cxer ciaes a descriptive power eqaai, if sot su)erior, to aay ia tbe state. Uac ia car ried away with the vividness of hie word paiatlsf, becoming obvious to all snrrcundinga, accoaapicuoualy atame a a character which i being portrayed, a ua taining it throughout, and oaly recalled to the fact that you arc bet a being of tbe lVih ceatary, as the Bible is cljecd aad benedictios proaouaced. FATHBB OBAHAM, of the Catholic church, i well and favora -..-j -.- - - r " bly kaowa. He baa reiidcd here a number of ycara aad ia :caidcrcd part aad parcel of Sedalia. Beiag well read, bis discour-ea aboaad ia that that is sceful end inctraet ivc ; and avea though your belief aay be diHerent, you will not regret speadiag aa evening at his church. BBV. WEXBIaBUT, cf the Ohio Street Methodist church, is ooa who has growa gray ia the arvicc. A am of splendid physique, noble aeia cad pleasing address oce who devotee m8ca more time in the p rape rati oa thaa ta tha aabmittieg of a sermon. Tbic the mostcssoal can readily perceive by the masterly manner in which it ia presented. Coanected with this church is ewa ef the best choirs in tbe city, which ia to be reie forced shortly ia the persoa of Mr. Emaelt Dugao, who pecsecsee a aagBticeat tenor voice. AI.LKS J. VA1 WAOSKB, of the Coagregaiional charcb. If yes hve never heard bia yoa sarely have ' Papa" Van Wagner, and this ia a chip of tbe eld block bark, fibre aad heart. The same gcatarc, the aaaa voice, the ssme ideas, and expressed ia taeeaas bold, fear lees manner. He will elude hard and faithfully to arrive at a conclusion, bnt when once formed be maintain it, regard leas of ciB-eqnencee. He is an cpecial champion of young men, and te the aar- tirfc than ,i,e peerage mother-ia riei folks given in one evening ante goon. law extend in a lifetime We have ant yet visited Calvary chapel, Old School Presbyterian or the Southern Methodist, or either of the Ewt Sedalia churches, bat expect to at aa earlv date, when we will report. Hark ! the first bell is ringing : doa yonr best bib aad tucker and al'ead oae of the churches. We expt-ct to oecnpv, tbia morning, the pew already spokn of at tbe Oaio Street Methodist church, aa we wih to bear Mia Miller; tbey say she k splendid. There is only one rare method to dia. cover whether aa article is worth anvthing or not. and that is to try it. Mr. Walter R. Gardner, foreman American 8ieam Gauge company, No. 3? Chardon .street, Boston, Mass., did this wit'i a pops lar preparation aad obeervea : The Sc. Jacob OM has been ia ase aaong the em ployes of this company, whe have been burnt aad injared working among the ma chinery, and it never failel tecarethea. I aaa highly recommend it.. "SpeaVing of eosgbsne." says Mr. Partington, "some will coagh till their a.i. tlaj.Ir aail klam mmA mmmm .ItaaaW jef baying a heule ef Or. Ball's Ceegh J'p" ALIA. MfSSOUIU, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 15, 1831. ! M ATTIX'S MITAMORPH08IS. j OCDOOl H OTCr BDQ iUliea Aougiaee, 1 Pceptor of the young ladies hijihjvrrr tmporUut pifw of news. iBCilooi, SHiaav uis una w vui ui me class rooms of the school ball. Ha is la man of middle age and rather ! thoughtful countenance. Tba ejes ! kmaaar imii anil nierrine Inik r 1 7 .7i t ' 1 . oeiweco iuc .Kc. w w .uu i duBsiased, with the exception of one, I I cBB)ln. aaataa Ac. hai Kaakol aavna4rea a V ft 1B WI1U Vital WIS su7 VI UBU vfllllBUTV r . n M aritzinw out ot the wiudow duwn t t ti . frt Um -hnil mnmm' into tba streets, for the school rooms are on the fourth floor of a larce IboiWiur. The man at tbedesk is an excellent teacher but for ouce be has itecB bis authority defied and with , utter carelessness by this slip of a girl. ,. , , - - C j i 'bha had caused bim a great deal ol annoyance ana irouoie, yet sne was the brightest pupil he kad. Nothing VrimI too vatfua for her ouick in vi atukuiu -nwru iuibmik ii uii -. a a a m an. j dark eyes, and at the corners ot ber tooutb. Admberless pranks were numberless books mislaid. 'uuovaaous notes sent to him contaiu- ;og scraps ot poetry and Talentin-a. ; and be knew that Mattie UlII bad 4 a W .B a aometniog to do wun every new mis chief. It amused ber. 'I eaa awaniNi Be ititaliAM La 2m m ,. . . . J1 ,, , , , iVinf ,n n, mmn " or P'"15 for bumbling her, yet bis heart fails bim aad be entiles to himself, wonder ing it she ever will be subdued. Lift ing bis head he looks at ber, nntjcinr ' L ... 1 -LI- r -X 1 i now utterly ooiivious oj mm snn seems, xier inaiucreDce irriiatea mm IT he. the crave teacher, to he piqued J h- . arirl and ha aneaka out ahsrnlr j this morning, in sheer obstiracy I am convinced, in ynarlatin le.son. It is u ,.: r jubii aij uiiuBuat 1 11 111 lur jvu W ! have an imperfect Latin lesson that I want to kuow tbe reason of it. j She flushed slightly at the tone in which he spoke, and opened her lip? 'apparently to make some impertinent "P1 thinking better o: if, ehe , answered simply, 'i knew the lesson , perfectly well, eir, 1 bad a reason, of . V. course, tor rei using to recite. It con 'cernsmvselt alone; vou have bnt to I rn.rn.rn . t record a 'zero for the nays failure. iReal.v I could not help it fbi& i s inorninsr. j tt can0ot conceive,' he enswered. i IfaTiCV r AH miflei a V mm n e M aa Luma mm them I would fail for fun. and I did They told me I would get a lecture ; I ready for it! and folding her 1 a a w arms she leanc-a against tbe window, low tone : "flattie, l nave nsrt an looking up demurely at him, for he bad! offer of a position of superintendent oi rin ,nA 8tooj 0, j,er a ecnn) j,, Q But for one lllin I ... !.. B ., ,, , hardly kuaw bow to begin the lecture. but forced a sternness he waa far from leeliug. Such levity is highly unbecoming a ynung girl of your age. Silly cLild, you only injure yourself. I bad hoped to be able tu show the superintendent the record of the quarter, and tell bim I had a pupil perfect in Latin the whole term. Now your freak ha foiled my plans. On my word you could be suamarilv removed from the class, and you will be disgraced it you do not mend your ways. I am not willing you should leave me, by so doing I would lose my beat pupil, but it might be for your good. Your wild spirit needs a shower bath of some kind." sne looked at bim lur some time. ; astonished to see him so moved, then in a low voice said : "I had no idea yoa would be so annoyed Mr. Doug lam, but," abe added, "if you dismiss me from tbe clam you woaid be lonely witkoat me. I don't like to be scolded. Mr. Douglass, no one ever attempted it but you. I know I am mis chievous, bnt I wss born soit's my nature. Do you want me to leave tke class?" she spoke softly and looked up appealing. "Believe me, Mia Hill, I have no desire to see you leave us, but you are really troublesome sometimes and it you will aot let it occur again we will say ao more." He belJ on tbe door for her. "What a spirit she is" he said to himself when she was gone. "When she speaks I am undone. Pshaw ! what a f-d I am to fail in love with a witch at my time of life." Mattie left the hall smiling wicked ly. "The mean old thing!" she said in her own mind, ' trying to lecture me, but he didn't get very erom.t I'll pay bim op for it, see if I don't! I'd like to see bim put me down." The aext day Mattie was very demure and quiet, and Mr. Douglass congratulated himself on the result of hw lecture of the previous evening, thinking be had frightened her some what; but the girls who knew ber best bad their doubts as to tbe con tinuance of her good behavior. She never told them what tbe subject of ber conversation bad been. She knew what chatterers girls were aad she was not communicative on her own affairs. "How many of tbe yonng ladies will stay and help me correct the examination papers," asked the teach er that evening. All gladly consent ed except Mattie, who muttered that "it was too dry, no fun in it," or something equally irrevereat, which he heard, and it puzzled and yexed him, for be had secretly counted on her as a willing volunteer. She left the room gaily, bat tbe next day word came that ahe had fallen oa the ice, aad oa attemptiag to riss foaad she bed spraiaesl her aakle. j The prim teacher beard of this 'girl' accident, of course. -and bad . wag! rcu nt tue rutui ujmu mia w u unij iiuku uia iv iumk ui uni jvuug pernio suffering and be altogether uu- ibis t belp ber. Her face haunted' bis waking thoughts, and at night h . , bachelor chamber. Had h krt - profane man he would have sworn at ' .imelf viironinale. hue I.p aamV I ' !. J?or a week Mattta stBjed at home, ! SBVirl aillBn t hcl Is tlBBBatl ff KaBt f?3 wtaaafcwl la a a a I ccva uuasss acaa a a aaaeu awe SJ, i a so VMILVfU I 3er 0!lCD. While sne received nnmer ous bnuonete and brmka tu away the lone hours. Tiie . . KirIs i merrily declare that Mr. Mr. Doug! rl r 4U ha was, bay- " bing id about nca. mucb.;PllelPromI!llJF: . was uot near as stout as and some announced he must be hi., "Why ot course they have front love. AsforMattie. she could not ' 'iftlh..u lht,r PP J; n?w could help laughing at the idea of love and Nr. JJouglass ae&ciatcd. . . a a, hen tnis bad touds: lady went back toscb,ol the next week, she was , t ... ' .....w ., .. . mw sin. j Tbe girls greet-Hl her with effusive uearments, ana an eeemca to ex 1 1 , a warm welcome to their favorite The staid teacher felt a warm glow at lits. BSaaaB at t f hm SfKf T kew ( am T-T . eUnned her crarmlv. and thm B:ri.:nallled at tluj, and replied with whisiered to each other that "some one was in men tavor with his majes ty," and wondered bow long it would last. homehow Mattie wsa not quite so happy as she might have been. Mr. Douglass' kind reception bad non plussed her, and she didn't quite see how she could commence h r Id tricks .a a a when he had iteen and waa siill so kind to her. Stolen to get interested, a dangeroua thing tor a girl in her teens. Then she hegan to sdmir lalBWa VflSV fa?H5li aBelal BBle iKll m.m sssiu y-s w inu.i casus waa'.u fe! would talk of him i,. a war thev had' Earned from h-r she felt quite in- - j- .-j ,.- mm dignant, ana, reproving them, wss uuti tnty i.n.i nnrt.ta r- irora ner. .bfr ..j,... " "He must think me very silly "she j" n neisnb.r. I nt up or shut would MV to hrnftlf, "trhen he if po!UP't., . . , , . Millet ea etrl .4 iaitl Kiul Cr v eia1.1 4ut7 mm wviiiucu. ntiuiu iviJ . Mtiued. ' Sho would tell the girls it wa, a l.amo to Im forever teasing the poor mau uouueed the world ax ana thev an- a . Ihflf an. coming to sn eud. since Mattie Hill bad turned puritan. Thus it went on for ronnr when one dav Mr. Dan-lass rrciv - j . 1,,. t-u r. 1 m u icticri n tutu n.xuigu i uciuailll great deal of tbinisiiig. He desired ITi J.,; Mi HUl tostay after chool hours, as , But ?,m the JacWon street man! he wi'lied to speak to hf-r. The girls!, -. . j t: were on the ouivivo of excitement nM,ta,d- WM roiib!c; nerc in me quivi.o m tXCItf rueot, I f. j;j . f... .-.,..1. and 31a:tie heri-elt was animus toj Irnn L.l k. na.U 9. Ulan n A ... m mt m m a . ssy to her. Some of the girls ventur ' . ... ed to tell her they would wait for her, but she laughingly declined their com panionship. So sho sat after they were gone, with a palpitating heart, J quite sure it could be no Itcture, as sh bad been so very, very good for her. fre5cr.tly h came in, and, seat ing himself opposite her, spoke in a la ..sac. w I could accept. It depends on you whether 1 go or stay I "Ou me! Mr. Douglass ; why, how could I stand iu your way ?'' she asked, opening her eyes very wide. Then came the problem. How should he reach a woman who waa but a child ? He spoke recklessly. "I am years your senior, little one, but I love you dearly. Unless you can promise to be my little wife I will go away from you and try to forget rav folly. 1 bat is all there is to it. You are a preposterous young ladv, altogether unmanageable, but, you see, I somehow can t get along with out you. Can you understand it? fl.. viut trnnta aliil mmm . ..n lei 9 Will you bid me stay. Mattie V There wss a tempest then in the teapot of a school girl's heart. She felt that she could trust this sober personage, and it gradually dawned upon ber that she loved bim. But she was cot quite sure about it all. She wanted to go home and think about it. She mustered up courage to look up comically : "Will you wait until to-morrow?" "You shall tell me to-morrow?" Try to love me a little," be whispered. bo Mattie went home in a dream, bat when in her own room thinking it over, burst out laughing. "How funny! Poping the question in a school room ! My idea of the proposal wss oh, ao different!" Then she began thinking it over seriously, and owned with a blush, which unfortunately none could see, that he would have to stay. ' So Mattie told the teacher not to go away from her. "You know," she laughingly said, "it is desirable that you should be with me always to cor rect roe when I'm naughty." Within a year Miles Diuglsss and Mattie were quietly married, and Mattie is not one whit the less merry on account of it. The girls all got a piece of the bridecake to dream on and fairly dote on Mrs. Douglass. There h a young Miles, junior, al ready! No nne ever saw such a mischievous boy. "He affords a re markable illustration of transmitted maternal traits," explains the learned father. Bloated Body does aot always bcloag to aa inebriate Kidney troufclee will eaace bloat, but War aer's Safe Kidney aad Liver Care baa sever failed to reaove it. A Destructive Xxploaioa. London, Ont., March 12. Aa ex plosion in the Victor oil works destroy ed the roof and eight buodred bar rels of oil. Tha -Beautiful'' Still Falling. Milwaukee, Wis., March 12. A heavy snow fall begain this morning, at 1 o'clock, and continues furiously. It is one of the heaviest of tbe season, aad everything bids fair te be blockaded agata. COWS' TSJSTH. It Ignoranoa Stalkinic ThrouKa ieb Land. I diuple of Tbitd v i ara , ,7" HU ns met each other o the side - last Monday morninsr thev were tartinjr for their places of busi "at cf nets, and ote of them, who ranfe on Van Buren street, asked the other, a 'IJcks,uatreet man. if cow had any ifi...nt : ri."l ' .IoW-jr.n ml rant man taaa a ltl mm-1 ;.r,4 . k cows, out re grass it tuay nadnt: The Van Buren street man said tsnot a queaticu of We. but 7- a :t .i - t-.i. 9uwt011 street n eet man did not know whether! UmA ..k .t... , not aak vou Mr vour opioi,,,," h said; . hopPr 0n U,M-."Iaiketiifyuuknew.- . - The Jackson street man was a iittlr some' warmln. iie said it he had a child 3 years old who would ak such queition ; as that he should be afraid the child was an idiot. You would?" "I certainly hot:!d ' : "Then'aRid the Van lluren street! man H-m ; i.s u:h a .in pie of course havft got , AC uurcuun, you can toil wncttitr cows frcut teetii on their upier . . - h'"V" 1? .... j t. ... ? -' - .. naw l" . acf'tl I a St M l t . 1 1 lV, -T ?1 thc-v hf aven t ' Kiri inn v tin 1 vti rntt r.tnr atrtw-n uu 7,, " c".n pnuiug out a rui or on i. aim recline , . . , .,- . ., - There is some infernal catch about , - t j I Ihta t hinrt ' aaiil tha Arhae maimnaia& -;f 3- ' " 1 .tri V.' .f,... .... .,..v,.. ... y minute you asked tne such an infernal idiotic, question." ".No catch at all about it." repiieii tlii other, "if cows have got front f .i.r : . i eir HW,n ""r V1 rj. .1 ' 1 " your?, if thoy haven t the raonev s x . - I 1 i r - I mine- ruining c.mu oe mire. . . . uisb wniuiu tivb iiaic fiuT tiwiiL icctti on their upper jaws. Ho remembered, ! then thftt m in hifiner nlf nraa. i I wavs threw their noses outward, while horses nipped it off bv jerking their, nosa inward. Ua wc astonished nt ' how near he had come to being vic timized, but he did not like to come down. The two were then near the meat market, near the corner of Jack son and Michigan streets, and the Jackson street man was ?ure that a butcher would know for csrlniu whether or not cows bad front teeth on their upper jaws; so he pushed open the door and said to the pro prietor: "Linehan, have cows got front teeth on their upper jaws?" Linehan was running a skewer through a rost beef, but he stopped, looking up in astonisment, aud said: "What?" "Have cows got front teetb on their upper jaws?" "Cows?" "Yes." "Got front teeth on their upper jaws?" "Yes." "Upon my word I don't know." You don't know?" "No. iou see I buy my beof by tbe quarter at the slaughter hou-, and J hs7t auything to do with the h :;. lint I t'tiu find out tor you whru I 0 r.r." ' I wish !! wnuM ' f" llj Jacks-n street n'-!i rS.iscd the ih-i.t. aifl rj ihiMt l. n-ithbor, am! ib- to talked al-.ng without nur.k a nii. A milk ;ir.u Wits r-e i:i?!ig up tht- strfrt, a:.i it .r. r Ivrl Ut halt tit lirivrr and k him iluMjntalioii, s it i popularly mi; p-mi t.;Dt milkmen are more or KniUisr with cow. The Van Burnt sirrer ei'iiu'ti cleared hi throat and -.Hint, "llfib!'' The n.i.kman rt:. r. tip, at ! nui: (0 .ti''2il tvith yr trs!. Ifvruj find any vntcr i-rStr-?k in tha; milk I I'll yir yni 1 trh of it. Thecitix-n toM him to h calm, a they !w: i.o intention nt testing hi milk, hut only wan ltd to know if enws had ftvr.t teeth on their upper taws. Tbe milkman looked at them about a minute and then whipped up bis horses and drove off, mentioning some I kind of a fool that they were. Up on ! Wisconsin street they saw another milkman, delivering milk, and over-1 takintr hiaa thaw exnlainad thaduinutt- He smiled pityingly upon their igno-j ranee, and said: ' "Of course cows have front teeth on their upper jaws a driveling idiot ought to know that much. A cow would be a haBdeomelookiog object without any front teeth in her upper a aB w jaw, woaidn t sue: 1 ve concluded to take that bet of yours," said the Jscksoa street man to the other. Cobm, bow, down with yoar dust. Put ap or skat up." "Why dida't yoa do it, then, when yoa bad a chance? I never claimed to know whether a cow had upper teeth on her front jaw or not; I only thought I had read so somewkere, and asked to know if you knew about it for certain. Bat now that the thing is settled, there is nothing to bet on as I can see." "O, of coarse not," said tbe Jack son street man, saracasticaiiy; "of course not. Just then Mr. Clark, of tbe New ball House, bappeaed along, and as he ailkaaa picked ap kin lines and tore off, tha Van xSurea street NUMBER 41. tasked Mr. Clark if he knew anjtbiug aboui cows. Mr. Clark said he did7 ' having formerly been a farmer and a Kittle buyer. I "Well, aatd Iho an Buren street- tr, 'do you know I got the queerest : idea into my head this morning about : cows thut a man ever had. Somehow for other I got the idea that cows had r . ...... i .i.r ? i 5 5 u 7?'' . ft.aclua,,T .wffere? t0 10 Wllt . . ia: loan ni auca was tne case. - 'uca w" k,t: .r. u t u w f ? PTT2.f L 1 lu I -vou bad ?.ou d i nXZ?n m?B.V CBCtrUBISQ ooio iq cut- "laay if you bad bat you would - . . - - n .uuiiHui kwiu ua bueir upper jaws. "Sweet spirit hear say prayer,r said the Van Buren street citizen, as he brought out hu roll and peeled off the iti V" v T5T k"-,ee L r lb a sickly smile and two lives itgaiu and shook them at the ho turned away and said be could not"Iwa7s b Puil'..' out fn j' 'iiwric aietne 10 os staiKina- Kansas grass lcCABKTS BY T2SLSQBAPH.- Nrw YosK Moickt Markkt. N-w Yorx. Mareb. 1J. Mont ln:n nl 6 perceot. Prune Mercantil 56 por cent. Bar Silver 1 12. Exchan; rfiPatlr ; 4 79 long ; 4 Slg .:ght. Goremtesnt IJonds Generally quiet ; firm ta, Sectiritiec-Ineetiec. Railroad B.rid Fairly active aince o'clock. STOCK 2t.llt3.ET. Ktwka Srscclelirn -rns utrong with an npward terriency. At noon an sdvsnce fn jelird.j'e e:oaing qnoiatinna ranged I 10 P" crnt- In ,a feneral list v- ... . -nEw xoRit.Miireij I f.,,, r.nii ? V, .w-Frr; ii prcnt. better ; Vo 2 ,M ,rch $lftfrl 25. Corn better; mixed WMteru, 58 : 59, r a r finli Ktrmow au BM-alV ind o ern, Jj;-17c. t,... ' , . Que-t. rcrfc btrong; old mc, $15 75. w-ak - 7"Sft lvt' weak.siesjSlOcT, Flcor-.Vncr jr M" Vi.- tnnT bat s'nw Xo 9 red , Cor.i-lii2her: 2Mc fe1''".334- railroad to a syndicate known as the Whwlv Quiet: SI C6 rj.,'.,rv Jh T-aJ mat.,n,;nr, Pork-steadv ; -515 6575. Chicago & Texas cobs ruction com- n a.i. re I i-r - .Jnanv. erhn will fnmnat tha mail ,ri .Tail rlim ; JJ(0 XJO, .a oy 20a naOTn .-iow; so 10, o 4oa.a . ' --'---n iu w , St. loittj Live Stock Ma-ct. Hccs-A'-ive nt atron-; York to nlnmorf?, & t'(&S 90 : mixed parkinp. So S0(-5 80; hotehere' to fancy, fft 00 6 35. Kecaipts 1 ,5C0.shiptreats 1.C00. Cihca::p .iAKKr. Chjcaoo, lix., March 12. Wh-nt Firm and higher; Sj?. Corn Firmer; 3 SOrJ. Oats Sce-xi ; 2fa:2Srjtt. Rre S7(S)1 00. Barley- $1 05. Whisky $1 0. I'crk Lower ; $14 37. Lard Eaiier; $10 50. Chicago Livk Stock Mabxkt. Hog Receipts, 5,000; active aad lira light oc. Mgher, others uncbaagtd ; light, 5 40o 85; mixed parking, $S 20(35 S3 ; heavy shipping, $5 752. 50. Cattle Kectipt 13.1KK) ; dull and easier; exports, nominal. 5 30(315 70; good to choir shipping, $4 204 80; exports, 5 3G70; butcher.' f 2 253 75;stocke sud trtder, i'M&i 15. The hone, public sentiraeot of tbe pen pK' of the United Statee ia unanimously in favor of Dr. Bali' Cough Syrup. Tbe drnggiM pronounce it to be the oaly staad ard ccugb remedy. After Sight Tears. Florence Crandall, who for several years, in tho davs ot radicalism, was ' the recorder of Pettis county, arrived in the city last night after an absence of eight years. He was accompanied by his son-in-law, Qeo. W. Mariner, of Freduoia, Kansas. They are at the Garrison Hcuae. Mr. C. will view Sedalia, the giant young Queen City of the New West, to-day. and of course be can uot be unmiadfal of the rspid strides sba has made. Mr. Crsndsl! is a resident of Tnpeka, Kansas. MlEDf FOR RHEUMATISM, igekeef, ST9MSS of tht Ckut, Gout, Quins, Si ThfMi, Sarar ms n4 SprsiMS, Burnt f Stuhfi, GnBr MiUj Paint, Totfk, Ear enf Htittkt, FrttM Fit mini Ears, cMf nil tiktr Pains an4 Achat. !fo FrctMraMoa oa earth equal Sr. X.rosa Oil s ft, rurr, simple and rhtmp Extml X'Biedy. A trial null tmt taa cmtiparattTtly trifling octlar of M feata. ami errr one anSertac with pain can hate cheep anil pot: tiro aroaS eg tm etalM. WrcttoB la Xtavea iMignace. OLD IT ILL DIUQQI3T8 AID 9CALEU nr kediciie. A VAAVVirO Br cV JaaaaaaaaaaH atat I .maB.H DAILY BAZOO The oldest daily jwi-er in the city. ji.v .':-K-iy read t! r "shout the 'ttnV. u f the State, .v ..?uics men. at. ..::: all claes.. it offers indtieercptv -iTtrli-. -aH t:c bet medium th:ousr '.i t rt'uca the public. xcujw or XCXDAY KCSirCfO BA:'00: 0:w v.;ir. - Si ot TELEGRAPH i A. ft er no on Report Associated Preas DiaD&tchea to tha Baxoo Orartho Weatorn Union Company's Line up to Four O'clocJc. I A .Large Daylight Robbery. New York, March 12. About 9 o'clock to-day a wagon stopped in front of the residence of Mim Elizabeth Roberts, No. 100 Second Place, Brooklyn. Four men alighted and entered the house, and fifteeu miuutea latter they returned to the wagon and drove rapidly away in the direction of Uumiiton ferry. The neighbor hearing screams, went to Mia Roiert' hous-? and found her and a servaut, Catherine Clayton, bound and gaged. When released, the latter said she answered the hell and was met by four men. One of them a&ked for the ladv of the house. Before a reply was given the four men ran iu and one pulled a pistol and threatened to kill her if she nsde any outcry and the other- went in the basement and bound Bliss Hubert?. One put a pistol to her head and- demauJed all the valuables in tbe boas,, including the bonds which she had concealed on her per son. He was about to open the Icdy's dress when she took three one thou sand dollar bonds from her bosom and handed them to him. He next j demanded her jewelry, but ehe refus ed to divulge its wherabout. The t t v servant, aiartuea, said 11 was upstairs. Two men stood guard over the woman while the other two went up and se cured two orenst pins and one dia mond ring, valued in ali at about 8500. Threatening to return and murder the women if any outcry was made, they quitted the houre and hastened to drive off. Two of the men wore handkerchiefs over the up per portion of their faces while in the house. Railroad Contract Lot. St. Louis, March 12. The Republi- can's Dallas, Texas, special says: ? P. t he b.S et tne contract for the construction 'Chicago. Texas & Mexico (Wnl I ----- ... v. ..... . v. I ready for tbe cart. , ne scood section or twentv-nye mir will oe let immediately. This .fifty miles of wood will be completed j na car3 running oy tbe nrst flay ot i next January. The Chicago con- 11 a . a mt struction company will build the road , mwmM V m . S Vf V VSSS WSV OUUbU CSUVt to the line of the Choctaw nation on the Mrtb, where connection will be made with the St. Louis & San Fran- cisco company's line, which is now be ing extended southward. One Thouaand .Employee Tnrown Out of Work. Wakefield, Mass., March 12. About 1 o'clock this morning a fire broke out in tbe new chair room of Wakefield's rattan works and soon spread to the large four-story build ing used as a basket aad chair room, which waa sooa destroyed. Tbe flames thea attacked the large four-story frame buildiag occupied as a weaving room in the first story, with chair roosM over head, and the building was soon ia rains. Tbe loss will prob ably reach $500,000 and nearly one thousand employes are tbrowa out of work. Five storehouses and machine and carpeuter shops were burned. The loss is partially covered by insurance. The insurance is $334,000, divided among seveaty-two companies. Xverythinx Bloekaded by Snow. Chicago, March 12. Once more trains are blockaded in every direction by snow. Freight business is entirely suspended and paseeager trains are all late, those the nearest on time being two hours behind. In tbe city the snow was not deep, but waa wet and heavy. Oats.de, it seems to have been from four to twelve inches deep and to have extended west into Nebraska, east into Indiana, north as far as Minnesota, and south as far aa tke southera portion of this state. Injured by a Wreokcd Train. Dallas, Tex., March 12. A con struction train oa tke Dallas A Wichita road waa wrecked near South Denton and three employes were fatal ly and two seriously injured. Craay. or a Hard Case. A dirty faced woman, with dirty bands, ragged clothes aud a rag tied around ber bead, arrived at the depot yesterday eveniug from Warrensburg, baviug with her a boy aud girl aged respectively about three and five years.. She took possession of the waiting room and refused to answer any ques tions other than she wished. She said a fellow named Harwood, countv clerk at Warreusburg, gave het a ticket to go to the poor house, but she wouldn't hear to it, that it was ten miles out in the country and her shoes were too bad to get there. When asked where he was going she only said it made no difference where, as she bad heer. traveling for some time. She seemed at present desirous to reach Sr. Louis. She refused to give her age or say whether she had a bus hand, and stated she would marry a dozen times if she wanted to. At times Ehe exhibited symptoms of child ishness and at other intervals she plainly showed she was a very hard case. Officers Kelly aud Joe Gcssage provided a place for the eight. War rensburg shipped here to Sedalia and this city will probably ticket her to sosse other city, aad this is sheet the sea aad sabstaaee of her exieteeea.