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HIS AWFUL ERROR. OBSERVATIONS ON THE OOMET OOV. HUBBARD'S DAUCHTER. THE SEDAIIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1881. VI s A gentleman sat the eventide In a doorwav fair to see, His wife was jrone to a neighbor's house, And in despair cried' he "Stylites-like Til -not stay here And think o'er all mysin, But go to bed and forget it soon." So through the gloom went in. "And Lord," he prayed, "Thou merciful ! O grant my one request. Keep Jane away until I'vehad Somewhat of needed rest." But soon as ever he had dropped Into a dream of races, Returned his wife, disrobed and felt, Under the pillow cases. "What gone ! Do you William, my dear, Where is it ? Have you seen My gown'any whereto-night ? Come help me,? Don't be mean ! I can't you know the curtain's up, Turn on the gas and hand From out oh! dear, you horrid wretch! You've got it on! my land !" The light went down, in hurried way, Ami he from out the garment, And, for an hour or two was taught What ante-sleeping war meant. SENATORIAL NAUGHTINESS. The Season of Ex-Senator Piatt's Withdrawal from the Senatorial Contest. The opponents as yell as the friends of Ex-Senator Piatt regret that he has been forced to withdraw from the senatorial contest by a dirty scandal. the distrusting details ot which have fil1vl tti nir nr. A lhrmv riiirlno- tYtA to past week. The struggle had been demoralizing enough without this ad- oiomoT fiifk Ac filft history of the Senatorial contest we f fe. erive the following brief details of the - affair : About 8 o'clock Wednesday even ing, Mr. Piatt was seen to "enter a room in the Delavan occupied by a lauy. his conduct attracted the auspicious of a negro porter, who in formed a member of the Legislature of what he had seen. Piatt soon after wards left the room and the lady ij " .i rocKet rromine deannetie. .secretary posite the lady s room were taken , J possession of by watchers, who saw i u , the lady return to it, and about 11:30 i If I see this comet I shall buy my a. m. Piatt went to the door, 1 ticket 0n 110 -condition will I ac quietly rapped, and was cept a free pass. William E. Chan admitted. A step-ladder was er' procured, and through the transom ; Where there is so much light there over the door the watchers observed must be a blaze. But I do not re the inmates of the room disrobe and ! tract. There is no such place Bob retire together. The watchers waited ' Ingersoll. ' in vain until 1:30 a. m. for Piatt to j The use of the word "comma" in re-appear. A consultation was then 1 connection with comets is radically field, at winch the following letter to j Piatt was prepared : Dear Platt You are discovered. It is known that you are in 113 with your female friend. Hurry out. If you are in there in half an hour from now the room will fe invaded by your enemies. A Friend. This note was put in a small envel ope addressed to the man to whom it i was written, and enclosed in a Ianrer 1 rp. . - , , M.mimwv.MM,wi u x u . , outline. The foot, as shown by the envelope addressed to "Mrs. Baldwin, i- ..i i , J -.. a i u j 1 V: diagram, is exactly 1 inches long, 7 ""P?6? incSeswide at td wideet part, and 1 nn rhl, th. 5 Xfu TS ' C0U,d "0t No. 26 boot, though 1 mu'( ,rtodiaS' 30 would be just the thing, the servant that he would push the The w, of the . u . b lt 2r' 7 C Sl'e Uround, instep 18A inches, and the ZZk. JL lTn ' f Ww heeI nmmta 22 inches. The ankle "ft ff bf,t measures 16i inches. This immense mto reqmsition. The l.ght was turned ai)rIls-the fNsaa of Miss Man. up, the outer envelope was opened, : Wn jcj... ...1 :ir then the inner one s direction lwinri "QMS t perceived, the note was handed by the woman to the man in bed to whom it was written, who read it, and who instantly extinguished the light. He .shortly, however, in accordance with the warning, furtively emerged, as is declared, and was pursued with jeers and salutations by some of those who had unhived him, yet he distanced them all, by every account, and disappeared, not in his own room, but f H in the room of a friend. It was in- I V 11, II ... lenaea io use mis Knowledge privately to force Platt out of the canvas, but this plan was defeated by one who was present only part of the time, and who, very early in the morning went round circulating the story, asking persons "if they had heard it" and then telling it to them. A watch was maintained from the room opposite 113 till 12 m. Thursday when the wo man was hurried out of the hoteln and driven away by a coachman. It is stated that among the watchers were Assemblymen Husted, Skinner, Steele, Chickenng, Senator Wooden, ex-Sheriff Daggett, of Brooklyn, ex Commissioner Disbecker, of New York, and others. 3n Friday Mr. Platt peremptorily withdrew his name not. he claims, because he is guilty, but to relieve his friends from an unpleasant attitude of V defense. He denies the story of the scandal, and says it is a conspiracy which he will expose in his own time and way. Mrs. Platt came up to Al bany Friday and returned to New York with her husband Saturday. Conkling and Arthur also went to New York Saturday. It is stated they were greatly diseased at Piatt's withdrawal New Yor'i Courier and Freeman. Haves' Anti-friction knuckle threshers at the Sed&lia Foundrr. 7-10-s8w7r for Remarkable Remarks Registered by the New Haven "Register." Me too. Piatt. I told you so. Mother Shipton. I regard it as a Half-breed. Conk ling. Whar from, stranger? All Astron omers. It isn't a bobtail flush. Bob Stra han, if. Y. Senator. Now we'll comet over the readers. Paragrapher's Chorus. The vaporings of an ill defined ueucleus. Several Professors. It may knock the spots out of our world's fair. Boston Papers. It is the sheen of that 8250,000. Mv friends admire it. Gen. Grant. The direct result of my return to the editorial profession. Carl Schurz. It I could only get it under canvas. Dave Thomas of the Bamum Show. Civil Service Reform is more a necesitv than ever. George William Curtis. 'Tis a mere paint brush compared with the comet 1 saw when a boy. Eli Perkins. Just my fortune. In my hist letter I said trains were- no lousrer fashion- ;able. Jennie June. I . D011' lhi lightened. I'm nothing uurumuut. ' Ihe Comet itself. I regret to inform you that the comet presages a hot Juiy. Vennor. N. B. Redeem your ulster. For de Law I nebber se miffin so sudden for nigh onto a hundred and fifty years. Sojourner Truth. I'll wager a rouble it's a dynamite bomb floating in the sky. Put on a double guard. Alexander, Czar. Strange craft bearing down on the earth nor' by nor'east ; or may be a wrong. This may be a period of our existence. Richard Grant White. An Ohio Girl's Foot. An Albany shoe factory has re ceived a diagram of a foot from a trustworthy correspondent at San dusky, O. The girl place'd her bare In ' AT , j a ? , tJ 2 . . is 160 pounds and she is but 17 years old. Shiloh's Consumption Cure. This is beyond question the most suc cessful Cough Medicine vc have ever sold. A few doses invariably cure the worst cases of Cough, Croup and ttronchitis, while its wonderful success in the cure of Consumption is without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its first dis covery it has been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicine can stand. If you have a Cough we earnestly ask you to try it. Price 10c., 50c and $1. If your Lungs are sore, Chest or Back lame, use Shiloh's Porous Ploster. Sold by your druggist. "The Treasury," the best five cent pencil in the city, at J. West Goodwin's. For Sale. A complete country printing office for sale cheap. It consists of Washington hand press, Gordon jobber, type, cases, stands, imposing stones, sticks and type in abundance. Address J. West Goodwin, 2-27dtf Sedalia, Mo. Perfect Sight. As thousands can testify, there is noth ing so much to be desired as jerfect sight, and j)ei-fect sight can only be obtained by using perfect spectacles. C. G. Taylor, our own optician, exercises great skill and patience in fitting those needing spectcales, with ease and comfort to the wearer, dtf "The Treasury," the best five cent pencil in the city, at J. West Goodwin's. We still sell the best stoves in the market. THOMAS & HAPPEN, 4-24dtf. TONE. Tin Wedding Celebration of Sha-vano. Bill Nye. Last evening a very enjoyable af fair took place at the residence of Shavano, on Yaller-dog avenue, corner of Coyote street Yesterday being the tenth anni versary of the nuptials of Mr. and Mrs. Shavano, invitations, were given to all the bom ton Utes on the re servation to be present at the tin wed ding. Arrangements were made also for the attendance of the Papoose string band, and refreshments to be furnish ed by the Ute Delmonico, Slim-Jim-With-the-Chawed-Ear. At an early hour the palatial wig wam was ablaze with government candles, and candelabra made to re- present anUque oystercans tilled with noi laru uuu ngnieueu oy means ui a cotton rag of the time of Heurv VIII. So perfect was the imitation that the eye was deceived at once by the rus tic device. Ranged about the spacious tepee were setter, consisting of quaint bnf- raio rones artisucaiiy uecomieu in me rude art of the Indian with buckskin fringes and Michael Angelo fleas. Here and there from the walls might be seen aboriginal sketches of Moses in the bull-rushes, ami oil paint ing taken from peach cans ot the time of Queen Ann. Costly tapes tries of Orieutrl cobwebs, and smoke tanned frescoes, with here and there a dash, of color laid on with a master hand, and done in oil and axle greases, were everywhere seen. In the full blaze of the resplendent candlolabra, and the fragrance from .. iuai mm u.uu .eu u suit, Kductvc odor upon the ravishing ens is, the scene seemed like a vision )i loveliness taken tale. from some fairv fehortly alter 8 o clock, the quests i ,. . . J . , , 0 f. j elopement to a much greater extent j began to arrive, and before 8, all the" i, i - , it . n. ' i f i- i in i i than ever, being a good deal put out able-oodied Utes ot the reservation L. .1'... t?a , , xl , . , . A, , 1 1 over tlie stories that reu was not , had gathered within the hospitable mA 1 u.u. 1 rr 1 -r 01 good enough tor the voung lauv, and corral of Mr. and xMrs. Shavano. ghow t hi J)rlcti.; The fragrance seemed more and he made a tender financial support. more seductive as the multitude of gUe a then about finding busi-' guests liecame more numerous. ,.;.wi i, 0 . A 1 A 1 1 . fiuesstosuit him, and touud that he At last there was a wild burst ofi u . -4i i music from the Papoose string band, and the warriors of the party each gayly secured a partner and began to dance like the man who steps on a carpet-tack in the middle of the night. Toward midnight the prompter, -Ked-Dog-With-a-Peeled-Snoot, announced that the gentlemen would secure part ners for a scalp quadrile. On form ing, however, it was found that no 1 L-.l 1 :.!! TM 1 I ot the orchestre, however, stated that he knew where one could be obtained, anH irnnl)! nnln ilatain t ham tnr o rov and would only detain them for a few moments. He came back in a short time with a presiding elder who had come to the agency for his health. It wasn't a very good scalp, but time was precious. Tlie costumes were striking, yet in expensive. Shavano was wrapped iu thought. His wife was clad in the same simple costume. The envy and admiration of the evening was the costume of Soft Eyed Centiped, a cross-eyed halt-breed maiden with a complexion like an old calf skin pocket-book. Her complexion and the scar of a once flagrant boil on the back of her neck constituted her cos tume. Old Goggle-Eyed Pestilence wore a gold collar button tied about his neck with a piece of brocaded bacon rind. His son, Prairie-Dog with-a-stomach-like-H-grist-mill, wore a pair of red sus penders, but, later -in the evening, he removed them to show that he was not proud. The bill of fare for the past even ing repast, as near as can be remem bered, was : MEATS. Antelope rare, (with or without hair on.) Jack rabbit, with Indian turnips, (iililcts of Indian pony, with kerosene oil. Myxterious hash, with side whiskers Butter, with hair done up French twist. VEGETABLES. Bunch grass, Buffalo grass, Sage brush, with vinegar. OK THE SIDE. Bay rum, Agency whisky, Lingering death, Rock and Rye, Bedbug extermina tor The following are some of the gifts : Mrs. Ouray, tin tobacco box. Antelope, tin nose for Shavano. Old-Gogglc-Eyed-Pcstilence, tin horse with monogram. The-Prairie-Dog-with-stomach-like-a-grist-mill, tin oyster can, time of Rem brandt. Soft-Eyed-Centipede, tin cuspidore, or cake pan (to be used for either, according to circumstances.) Space forbids a full mention of all the articles presented by admiring friends, but a more enjoyable hurra was never par ticipated in by a more highly delighted mob of rustic inebriates than the one men tioned. Shavano aud his estimable wife bade adieu with reluctance to their grate ful and intoxicated guests at a late hour, while All united in wishing many happy anniversaries to the ostensible husband and wife. a of wk In yoirr awn towB. Trrmi and 5 rmtit How the Girl Who Eloped With a Coachman is Getting Along. The romanti story of the elopement of Miss Nellie Hubbard, daughter of J ex-Gov. Hubbard, with the family coachman, Frank Shepard, which went the rounds of the press two iiii i .i years ago, snouia oe supplemented now by the true story of the life of the young married couple, in order that they may have the benefit, rath er than that it should go abroad that Shepard himself was, indeed, so shift less a fellow that he could not provide for the support of a wife. j O i iL. : 151 J ooon aiier me muniugu cuiepuru and his wife went to board with his brother in this city, and Nellie occa sionally weut to her father's to see her stood that under no consideration would her husband ever be allowed to , darkctl the doors of the Hubbard' mansion. Meantime Shepard ob tained employment as a salesman in a retail boot and shoe house, and there he remained for about thres months, and then both himself and wife disap peared and all sorts of rumors became current as to their whereabouts. One was that Nellie had left him and was going to Europe with her father aud I sisters, and that she had left her hus band for good. None of these stories rose above the dignity of pure inven tion. Shepard has an uncle living in t Middletown, this state, named John Williams, who has for many .years been connected with a flourishing manufacturing concern and has made , a large amount of money, which he has carefully salted away. He is worth certainly a clean $100,000. Moreover, he married a rich maiden ; M f wfa fa . .Q of heeIf formany years if death should remove her hus-, band and all his cash. "Williams be- well established livery establishment ' in New Haven, and at once the ready , , uncle at Middletown made the neces sary deposit and the business relation was formed and still goes along pros-1 perously. It was this move which led . to Shepard's sudden departure from Hartford after he retired from the shoe business. j Not only is the former coachman ' I i-maoe ,5to' Sn other aQd his .f . I . - - 1 be hapnv. She is seen frequently driving in her phaeton through the 1 shady city of elms, and it is under stood is kindly received by very many j of her old friends in New Haven, j among whom are some of the first , young ladies in the place. Once iu a while she comes to Hartford and is noticed as being in perfect health and t looking prettier than ever. She 1 keeps up a thoroughly stylish appear-' ance, and has ' money enough from j her husband to warrant it, all of. which proves that she is not "living! in poverty," as thousands of people all j over the couutry, who have become I interested in her welfare, will be hap-! py to learn. Ex-Gov. Hublxird intends going to Europe with his family this sum mer, but Nellie will enjoy herself at the watering places along the shore close to New Haven, and possibly by-and-by will accompany her husband when he gets rich enough to foreign lands, when Uncle John dies and leaves Shepard a fortune, the coach man may like to travel as well as his father in-law. Hertford Letter. SNEED & SUTTON, EXAMINERS OF LAND TITLES, Corner Main and Ohio Sts.j D. H. Smith's building, SEDALIA, MISSOURI. We are prepared to furnish abstracts and chains of titles to all real estate in Pettis county, Missouri. 8-21Hlwly. GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE. TRADEMARK. The Great En- TRADE gmh Remedy. 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