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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1882.
A LOVERS' IDYL Journeying on the Wings of Love From a Barber Shop to an Iron Cell. How Sanford Bledsoe was Married to Melissa Hodges at Jefferson City. Busband No. 1 in the Poor House, ; and Melissa and No 2 in Jail. It was in the early nart of last week. nen a man ano woman iiauiug iiom m.u liitle burg known as Osage Citv. situaud j i i tit ' on the river bv - tnal name, aim oeiug .. i..,r,.. ,..,i rr,-;t. ; cik- ti.lv wen . .. i , i... i,.;.,i. ..V t.,ar,.'.,, ,,r'from the home of the did their persons bear the traces of culture i . ' mm - t ..;,. Imt im. v conntrv numokins. Jmt there - 1 . - . I'"'"l - . was Homething in tne eyes oi me man - .i . r i , rhieb TOl.D OF A KIUM KCSOI.VK and the eves of the woman, also, indicated that something was to be done that day ; whlebsbe $rtd not been in ihe habit of , I lv fa! Urarriv" "' the drearv citv on the hill thev looked around lor a jdaee where they could take a temptrarv shelter from the blnsis of a por; vtrv vigorous Manitoba wave, and as the male companion ol t:e woman as much in Maillot a cleaning ut in the l'ai lln. couple stepped into a barbershop, the red j and blue pole in front of whieh thev had for some miiiuteadmired. The man took ,; a seal in the barber's chair, ami that f!..-iner and heautitier of the human lace chwne pnneeil with all the artistic re- F.ources possessui by iiim TOT VKKoi T TiiKsTt'inii.i, . , ' . . j- Xnr ' . ...? a.,. ? t Dome Hie liace-oi un-i ;ino otnei in-ji.iMisi : . . . - - . t.i wind ami weather, a tempo.irv tning oi V , , , 'p. , , .; i . ;, ; loy and beaulv. Iheton-orial artist, it is iJ... " ,e i -,. wel known, M ex-olheioa u bote (Nunmitu-e of inve-ttLMJiou. a cro-s-e.a mining ... uev a local motive power lor thetransmis fcion of news, and acting in that capacity durimr the progress of his piofc-sional i- ' labors, he proceeded to extract from the man whose nose he held in chancery, thef business winch called mm to tne city, me place of his birth, and such further infor Hiation as was necessaiy to enable the barber to fully undtrstand the case on hand. It LKAivKP OCT IN TIIKKXAM1XATI0N of his client that he, who gave the aristo cratic name of Sanford I lied sue. had come to thecity for the purpose of taking unto him. for better or for worse, the woman who accompanied him, as his true and lawful j raniii:iiii(iii in lite's battles The barber. when through with the ck-aning, sponging, w iM --- toweling and powdering operations tier- formed upon his client, received the ten cents usually charged for such work with out anv grumbling on the part of Sanlord iilednoe, for hk had dose iiim a good JOR. " and the bridegroom was delighted TIip j woman, whose name was given to the po lite and inquisitive tonsorial examiner as Melissa 1 lodges rose to accompany her husband-elect in search of some gentleman who could lega II v perform the act of ty ing them together with the silken cords of Matrimony, but Sanford Bledsoe stood by the stove" anil wouldn't budge. San- ford was silent and absorbed, and it was evident that he was engaged in that se rious exercise of his mental faculties known as thought and contemplation. He not only thought of THE JOYFUL FUTURE BEFORE III.M, of the blessings of a wedded life, of the willing and loving femalef mate he had found, and who was to be kis own, but he aluo thought of the cold wind oui-doors, of the slender purse he carried in the pockets of his overalls, and of the expense he would oeedi hae to incur if he would take a room al a hotel or boarding house to have the long longed for ceremony performed. Ai last HIS THOUGHTS ASSUMED SHAI'K and he addressed his friend, the barber. Would he allow them to stay in his ton orial parlor, and would he send a cheap j ' boy to fetch a squire, or narsoti or some one else who could do the right thing for them? If he would, he'd stand the treat all around There were some more per sons in the repair shop for human heads, and. they demanded to a. man that per mission should be grauted. The boy was sent, a justice of the peace arrived, and the ceremony was performed Sanford Bledsoe took in his arms Melissa, and im printed upon her mouth, and left and right cheek, and behind her ears, and on her forehead and chin, SMACKS OF DIFFERENT SIZES and degrees of solidity. There was no one else in the room who insisted upon the old time prerogative ol witnesses tosucJi a cere- j monv,and no one else kissed the bndc,forher J lips were not of a rosy hue, nor was there any other spot upon her beaming counte nance which invited oscillatory exercises on the part of non-interested parties, hut, reluctant, as they were to kiss the bride, the invitation to adjourn to an adjoining saloon, AND KISS T1IE BOTTLE, was accepted to a man. The couple then disappeared from the scene, as they had come, silentlv and without ostentation. Reports which have reached us fail to Htate whether their return back to their home in Osage City was accomplished by taking a passenger train, whether they beat their way down in a box car, or whether the journey was performed on foot. Bui that is a minor matter, and the chronicler has nothing to do with it. It ik certain that their return to Osage City was accomplished, for from that city THE TWAIN ARRIVED.AGAIN in Jefferson City two or three days ago. This time ihey had with them a compan ion. Sanford Bledsoe wore wrislets of steel lield together by a small chain, Melissa had adopted the same style of jewelry. The companion who was with them wore a pis tol in bis belt and had a sinister counte nance. He carried in his pocket a paper. The three silently ascended the steep hill, and stopped at a house. J lie hou.se was a i strong looking xiriMuxc; or soui toxk. and the windows were ornamented with j iron bars. The man with the pistol in hi ' bell rang thf bfll, and when the porter j i appeared he demanded admittance lor him-. j self ant! two companions. A look al the J j two who wore the wristlets of Met-1 :iii.ned the imrter thai the narlie-were entitled to admittance. T the master ol the hone tliej man with the sinister ctiiintentiiice showed ! ... - ! . .1... I. ' tiie paper lie earrieu in 111- poi-Ket. iiei nodded assent when lie read it over, and j invited the man and woman to follow him. j A ilight of stairs was ascended and a heavy door unlocked, wliieh proved to" he the I entrance to the room which w as intended for , Sanlord Lledsoe: another aparlmeiit was then selected for Melissa, and tijkm.ti:k okthh iioik inrrtiii:i. . The strong stone building was the county ; -i .1. .i... i .i. .t. -ir . - .t'J, , , . . , the eounty. and tlie sinis!er-lookin' man l,,sl1 w:ls :t o'Jicer if the law e"newlv ln:irrictlJ couple. ,y married .' W ell, it does not exacts v set-m to aonear so. lrmi the ' . . .- . i i 1 , it . .i ... - f.,,. i"". 1 4 . v ... . 1 1 1 1 1 1 l i ri i ti .11 t ? t i k . , . j - woo learned o: me queer v.t;ioiog m me; barbershop, that Meliawas a married 4"v I....- i.. i... . i l;led,e, and that her husband was still aiivc alll kicking h.r grub '- oa.vrv ,. JI(,,;SK at Columbia. .Mo. J his knowledge on the : l't of lu-r goipii l spoiled aii the hop, ; "Inemisat Usae I jtv i pes and casiksthe happy j as the di-patch slates that the police have y t1 ew York, who-e name he ha eon t:ieir future, aud the j pictures from Thicago and New York of ,.,ab d. I le was oi.ee a traveling man and ee li:Jir agaiust them be- j :i swindler exactly like him and think he K well kuo-.n on the road. I V iriiig that pmr hao oimi ol j iioper M gai jro : iug m-titiHe.l, b.ith u-e arreted and made their second entry int. the city ot the hills tud. It i alh-gei! that P:-ds.i. w::s aware of the la.-t ihut M-!ias husband .Ml. 1 W.S inioj g the living and that there had bt vn no separation. A Lucky Man in Millord, Del. The jM ach ei oji . i Delaware about this time earlv bi comes ttie subject of new-- Paraphing. Mr. A. Z Aeker- nian at M ill. r .1, ho wever, du s not Like the . . r$ , j- j : . i -rime mt: res! in lln :sfi:i:r he liiil Ivlore he , . -,,,..,,, , . oicw a part oi the rsioomo cap lal prize . . , ' . .... 1 . J in l he Decern oer drawing ol 1 he Loui.-ana - - , . , .. . l.tl.. I ..It. Ml ,lt( tlll.iHIIIntlKll tlllitlll tl'lllilll t.Ht llll' , k , ,11 I . ii I l 1 1 1 .1 1 Jl M J .1 llU I 1 III' II can he had oy writing to M A. uaupiiiu. New (Jrk-ans. La. TKF. BANDIT CHIEF. Letter Purportinc to Come From Jesse James, tho Outlaw. The Kansas City Star of last Saturday conlains the following letter. If it i- a bona fide communication from the great outlaw, he is not onlv a notorious bandit. hut :i!-o a -ivat ciimfnal a.- rei5:m!s .sncll- : ut :md grammar. Hut it looks more a- if j it i.mi.ih. i.ili ni rmw it-ihL t ilu ' T.ftft. "- - 1 -r- - -r m aw - r mm m m m confiding m-w.-p.tp- r man SJ. Kansas waviom i :ins .j:nn,;:rv j, i ' T .. ... I 1 City Kving Strr J'earSir I have lat ley bin Heading so much about me and my friendt in our Paper Som is tru and Uom is lal.- 1 do di uie writimrthe State-; ment 1 Head w:ih writeii at Oak Dale Cal- ! . - . . - . . I .. . . I . . nornie siaung l was going io leav mi.- eoitntrv it is laLs 1 was in u rope lor two year 1 have bin back one vear the 20 of Decern bre I was in Kansas Citv from ( hii-tmas Till New vears Niijht. I will be t I. I .-.I- -V T 1.?. oacK tne inirtieiu oi uns mouin l ueue eH- man l)a"V" e ar g enev man to a rest me or enev ol niv com- iting our men to gether vu can j look out or von will hear Irom us soon We all injoy good hclth the Night the Po leas went to hunt us 1 and Frank was in Kansas City was at the train when they started. I want you to Publish this for me and Flail you Price for trouble. 1 would like to inter view one of your Porters 1 was in vottr ofiice the 28 of De cember and will call again when I wit back 1 leave Gay lord to 2ight and go to Kead Clod Neb it will be a cold drive but 1 must go I Keman Your Fried JessE W. James liandit Chief. Pleas Publish this as Soon as you git it they wili be the bigesi up .said ever was befor. Dr. Prazier's Root Bitters. Fraziers Root Uitters are not a dram- ft t t - t ""P wnislcey beverage, hut are strict y meuicinai in evt ry sense, x uey aci sirongi v upon the liver ana Kuinevs, Keep tne bowels open and regular, iniike the weak strong, heal the lungs, build up the nerves and cleanse the blood and system of every impurity. For dizziness, rush of blood to the head, tending to Apoplexy, Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Dropsy, Pimples anil Iilotches, Scrofulous Humors and Son, Tetter, Ring Worm, White .Swelling, Erysipelas, Sore Eyes ami for3oung men suffering from Weaknes or Debility caused from impru dence, and to females in delicate health, FrazierTs Root Hitters are especially recom mended. Dr. Frazicr: I have used two bottles of vour ool fitters for Dvspepsia, Dizziness, i Weakness and Kidnev Disease, and thev ! did me more good than the doctors and all the medicine 1 ever usd From the first dose I took I began to mend, and I am now in perfect health, and feel as well as I ever did. I consider your medicine one of the greatest of blessings. Mrs. M. Martin, Cleveland, O. Sold by all druggists everywhere at $1.00 per bottle. Henry & Co.. Sole Prop'is 02 Ve.se v street, New York. Farm for Sale or Rent. A farm of forty acres, six miles south east of Sedalia, well improved, will be sold for $000 cash, or I wili rent it one year for $100 c:ish. It is supplied with good buildings, an excellent living well of water in the dry est season, and a good range handy for stock. No richer land can be found in this country. Come and sec or write Address, John Winslow, 8-15wCm Sedalia, Mo. More laud was sold in Newton county by the 'Frisco company during the past year than was sold in any other county along the entire line. One thousand five hundred acres were sold near Seneca to a compauy of German. i A SWINDLER IN TROUBLE. ' John Walters Play3 a Little Confidence Game and is Arrested at Dallas, Texas. ! Oiaims TiO ZO tseaaiia, Mo., but is Supposed to be a Chicago Crook. J A dispnteh from Dallas, Texa, dated , January 21. stiles that a tine looking man giving the name of John Walters and j ".r hailing from S. dalia. Mo., was am mhi n ihat place Saturday, charged with s-wiml- 'ling. He borrowed money from "lie . I. 1 !.... t .1. . ..II . I ........ annu i napmau mi-me . mi-sew jnu jhw j ol getting goods out ut tlte express olhce. i Miowiiii; a riin-K uiiiu .1.111. iw, jo-. bowing a check dran Jan. IU, .... ..t. .1 .. I.... II? 1 v'OO ' . K .uen naiu- n'i i wm-ia " ;imilu Mtrehants and Planters' oank ol :,,K'r.miin ic.as, in iav.r oi .(ami's l,,w' "rd" fr ?ilJ. signetl. Iasoii Hp is. it C- ... ...... .... i. .... v ...v - ..j.. -w ...... when asked to n fund the borrowed money lie had no goods at the expre olhce ami refused to p:i. Wallers, when am -ted i ? -i. t . i .it ...... . ...... i .i.... i.,. ano laueo. me uis oaten avs. M.uni Ui.u in- had lound the check :i a weefc ago. ni... ... i t . i.. .1.1.. , ..r .1... . . . 1 , . J,",W',,;V "nr V1 . 1 m numenms crotiK- mai nave oi i:ue une-ieo i xn? cl ' m,u "ol a .n"".1 r.n7 , , . - a ... i 1 PV fxtenive in.ju nes .... i u ; elicit any inlormatiou regarding the man. , k ..toptay I. ( -.. io oe me impre-s.;on :u ian.is tn:u I aiies :s a i meai'o or .ew l o-k eroo. ' is the right man. He is good for a term j in the peniuntiarv. j 7XTl Oil, WUaE a O Cough 1 i Will vi.ij hsil ihe warning? The signal iterhaps ol the sure approach ol that asot terrible diva-e, coii-nmption. A-L emir 1 re if yon can allord. for the snk. of -avuig on cents, to run the risk and .b nothina lor it. We know muu t xperienci j th,: ShilohV Cure will cure y-or co,;irh. It never tuiK i m- explains why mt.n ' tl,.,,. ...ili;. lu.it 1.. Ih.Ui a lUl!"U iHiltle Wi-te sold ine past ear. lt relievt- croup and wln-opini; eough at once. Moiiiers. do not be with out il. For lame backside or cln-l. u-i Shiloh's porous plaster. .Sold by all druggi.-fs. Circuit Court. Tho following business was tr.insacteti to-dav. J Citv of S 'dalia vs. M., Iv. A: T. railroad. I nuoion lor new tri.il overruled. j Tho.-. Coil in-vs. .lames K lJonblin et J al.. venlict 'J 42. ami judgment accord iiidv. iThis wa-the noted cattle ca-e which has hen oi ciipying the attention ot tne court for several days p:M. I; ii Wilkeison, adiuini-trator, vs. l arnham A; Culm in. m ition lor new inal overruled, and bill of exceptions filed. I W. Hemp vs. A. J. Klair et al., mo tion for new trial overruled. i Jatus M alone vs. James Mortem, con- tinned generally. 1 ii It r'.toj-.t ..( 1 1 ......,ii uel general !v. D. W. Thomp-on vs. Daniel Kice ct al. dis;ni-.-ed at plain li ffs cots lor want ol prosicntion . .1. I'lnIIip-i vs. same, same entrv. J. K. Landes vs. same, same entry. F. Sampson vs. same, same entry. M A Dahoney vs. same, same entry. Michael Hummer vs. s ime, .-ame enlrv. .7. H Trevolli vs. U. F. Short, dismissed ai pininun ow. ... -i- j il. vjiimnierseii c, .ti., ti- it r .11 .... ..i VS. Carles Ilanbhioin, petition for exemption tiled by defendant. J W. Williams vs. I). T.Abell, continued generally. A. .1. Kolhrock vs. C. 11. hlhott et al n . 'vj: c j ol hlhott and replv to separate answers Clark filed. John Atchison et al.. vs. J. R. Suber et al.. judgment by default. $2r;0.13, made j nn- t t c- i Lckerly Bros. & Co., vs. J. K. buber et j al, judgment by delault, llh, made final. Adam Roth vs. J. R. Suber, judgment by default, -5210, made final. James E. Johnson vs. Nannie J. Talbott ct al., motions to set,aside judgment, for new trial and in arrest filed. The argument of the railroad tax suit is progressing as the 15.Y7.oo gots to press. Shiloh's Consumption Cure. This is beyond question the moat suc cessful cough medicine we have ever sold. A few doses invariably cure the worst cases of cough, croup ami bronchitis, while its wonderful success in the cure of consump tion is without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has leen 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, -50, and $1. If your lungs are sore, chest or back lame, use Shiloh's Porus PlaMcr. Sold bv your druggist. When a small sized TojKika printer caught his wife in alliance with a colossal j stranger, he remarked : That settles il," and walked away. Your printer is the true philosopher. There are times to act, but opher. 1 here are times to act, the dullest intellect will grasp the idea that this was not one of those limes. A man should never attempt to avenge his belightcd honor, unless he is so elliciently heeled as to preclude all possibility of the coroner's sitting on the wrong corpse. See volume 1, section 1. Conklings revised statutes ot Rhode Island. Kansas Citv Times. Living Witnesses. The hundreds of hearty and healthy looking men, women and children, that have been rescued from beds of pain, sick uess and well nigh death by Parker's Ginger Tonic are the beat evidences in the world of its sterling merit and worth. You will find such in almost every community. The Star Route between Warrensburg and Cornelia has suspended. It is said that the "mail" contractor has run off with a 'female' which accounts for the fact that our Cornelia friends are obliged to do without their "mail." Warrensburg Standard. Annoyance Avoided. Gray hairs are honorable, but their pre mature appearance is annoying. Parker's Hair Balsam prevents the annoyance by piomptly restoring the youthful color. A DRUMMER IN DISGUISE. j Marcus Nussbaum Departs For Jefferson City in Charge of St. Louis Officers. He Changes Clothing With Fellow Convict, Fearing He Might be Recognized by His Friends. I.iuM'"-l-Ii!t:itrh. U,l, n:u " "l'0"1 ; 1'our l ourts h;:ll haa aemhletl this morn - injr. tin- jail Mvurg open and a little np)CI inn emergrd. Thev were prisoners . , ' , ; oll ueir wav to I lie I nioll depot to take a , ,r:,j lir tj.c Jeturson Cilv penitentiarv. I . i t win-re thev ro to serve out sentences im- : u i,,.r. h v n in s't-re. m , puHM iy the crimni tl court, ihe last ,...t...l Ux- tl.. ..rl.,.;.. .1 .., coiirt. I he last 1 man in the prores-ion wore an old Mil: hat j that hml lng since done go;d .service W!l- ilreed in an old overeoat well . j M. i, IIIV-IH ill .111 lltI 1 worn at the elbows ami .-hiuing shining all over. . a laded red silk Abnut his neck he wore hand kerchief. Hisf.atup-s were regular ami ith bis diguic M r us Xiis.-baum 1? I . ! coiii'i srareeiv te r eogiozed in Hie lull'- procession of convicred feltms. v- . , j Wterdavl i ... ... .u-s ;ai.m appeared in the criminal eot.rt , ,r lrla, d,,., IIt Sl .tvlishly-eut suit ot ; brown. He wore an Km im-ollar. velw: : :,.l 5lk t,,rrvi,, IVrbv hat in h' , j,:il!d. tie is a gid 1 oking voiiug man. n,j ijons u a rcstieet.thJe 1 leorew : lam- 111 si restifi't.tblf Hehrew him ome of hi- old acquaintances wihl ree- ognize him on t!:- w ty to the peiiiteiitiarv, lie exeiiangiM his clothes with a fail pri- oner List nignt. (hi a pie i ol gisiliv he lau?n o! gees up for three year : t:ind rtb.i:t $:h0 wotili of i Mei nmd, .laceard A ... When arrested ! ihe !i:m -i ut to ('h am! seure.i ihe uHim-.s to eonvict N-baiim. who pb-ad- til guilt vest rday atternon to the chaise, Skin DisPR.s fJmwl Skin Diseases Cured. r.y Y)n Fi.vzn.ifs .;p: O.xrvrNT. Cm a.- it by mt'ic. I'mrd -. Il.aek ll.il- for limb,, iih.iches and Kruptiotis mi ii,. - I face, leaving the .-kin ele ir, healshv and beaiiiiml. ALoeurts J .t. H irber- Itch, Salt Kheum. Tetter. Uitigworiit. Scald i ie;;i. i,n;ip;efi ii;:nu- .hit iiiiiirs. rore I I a 1 " I t f I . ":.... Lips, old, ok-linale lle. r- athl S .jv- .Vi ft KiN lt.-t:SH. Y. Drake. is.. Clcvehunl. O.. sutiered bevond all de-cription fnni a skin d:-ca.- : which atdjcand on his hamls. head ami and ; fj.,-,-, ami n.-arlv ib strovisl hi- eves. T he ,,io-t car. ful-doctoring failed to he!; him. J'ne j :IIh au, r :, itiU, u. nM d Dr. Fra.ier s ; Magic t in;ment and was cured hy a feW j apidie.itio:. j trfhe lir.-t and onlv inwitive cure fur .. .. . skin t-.i.-ea-e- wr di-eovercil. Sent by mail on n ceipl of liity rents. Hi:ni:v it Co., Sole lVopVs. it- Ve.-ey siieet. New Wrk. For Iilind. Illeeding. Itching or I'lceratel Tiles Di: Wti.i.tAM Imuan Pn.t: Ot.vr- MKNT i- a .-urc cure. Price by mail fI.UU. 1 Vr .-ale bv drnggi-ts. sT j THE LUCKLESS ORPHAN. Mary B. Landrum Run Over by a Freight Train and Instantly Killed. In regard to the distressing accident which occurred Monday morning near j iJoi.nville, anil which was rejHirled in yes terday's it.7.ot, further dispatches give the following particulars: Mary K. Land- nim w;is ont. a n,,,,, f Xew York or phans sent u this state some years ago by ' Iwnceiih'iit ti.rsitns Silir U'-w nf fh. rim.. of nt.r :irriv.. u.re in'the family of M),,tv n Cooper countv, but a short lime nce lt.ft jis vmtov am has worked fir :i ,!,,.,. ()f nartie.-since. At the time part if of her death she was out of cmplov. She had spent the night from Sunday to Mondav with friends in the country, and was re- ( I turning to Roonviile early Mn- j ! f dav morning walking on the railroad trac - - She reached th e high trestle which spans Thomas branch, and while on the trestle, north-bound freight train No. K,2, engine No. 66, C ! charged, except Helm and McPherson, of B. Schwartz, conductor, approached herjtl,,. Salem accomodation Tim r.nnv suddenly and unawares Irom the rear, coming around a curve which hid her IroiiMhe engineer's view until it was too t 1... . t 1. ! . Oi.. ! i;iie 10 eneeK iu? irain The poor, fright ened girl attempted to escape by running, but missing her foot-hold she fell just as she was Hearing the farther end. falling just ont-ide the track. The engine passed over without doing injury, but the first ! car struck her in the for"head as she was attempting to arise, and killed her in stantly. The corpse was picked up by the tram men and brought to this ct:y, where an inquest was held, developing the facts' 1U l'ns sent to quarantine from Janu as above. She was buried in the citv ! arv 't to January 10, 1SS2, thirty-six cemetery. PILES! PILES! PILES I A Sure Cure Pound at Last I No One Need Suffer. A sure cure for Iilind, Illeeding, Itching and Ulcerated Piles ban been discovered bv Dr. William, (au Indian remedy.) called Dr. William's Indian Ointment. A single box has cured the worst chronic cases of 2T or 30 years standing. No one need suffer five minutes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions, instruments and electuaries do more harm than (rno'l. William's Dint ment mIismtIi- the tumors, allavs the it. hiug( particular! v I ai nigni alter geumg warm 111 ueuj acts as a poultice, gives instant and painless relief, and is prepared only for piles, itching of the private parts, and for nothing else. Head what the Hon. J. M. Cotiinburv of Cleveland savs bont Dr. William's Indian I Pile Ointment: I have used scores of Pile f Cures, and it alibrds me pleasure to say j that I have never found anything which gave such immediate and permanent relief as Dr. William's Indian Ointment. For sale by all druggists or mailed on receipt of price, $1.00. Henry & Co , Prop'rs. 62 Vcsey street New York. STATE ITEMS. Small pox has broken out in tne bt. Vincent avluin, St. Louis. F. F. Kaii has struck a rich vein .....i .... i.tL- .-... ........ j llogs in the neighborhood of Lexinir- ton arc living with something iikc measles. ' " , . ., .... i . r i -A da: ly paper will he started at Inde - pen. et.ee hy Suns D.ering, to he called the Independence Dany. The 1'riee & Austin tobacco company, St. Louis, have increased their capital from 15.000 to 5f-3,000. A brother of Judge J. M. Dervis, of Kansas C itv, uieu al tin. jiolice station al that ilaw. from iniuries received bv a fall, 1 ' . J - . " ljuntett A. Mewart, one oi tne oldest citizens of Cole count v, died onSundav at Marion, in that county, aged sixtv-pix years. .ho., was nroKen into oy an unKiiown Mo., was broken into bv an unknown burglar, Minday la-t, and the casii drawer - robbetl of a small sum of money. Hon W C Fwinir. well-known J through Central Missouri, an . vears an esteemed citizen ofC nd for m an v oonei couutv. ! Ik.hI -ir Knr-L--i Sorites -rk lVhi:iv. wlolin. 1 K.iNer dieil at a St. Louis in- w. . t . . - t . ... s.i ne avn.m aiuroav. iroin o;ii is kih'ii - - .. --, ... , , - as aeme tieui itiui. s;iio 10 nuic ier-n -i 'i. ii'iir.- i i ri it in vniii in imv- ijti s,m- ! ..r:tl,ill.,Mi ,V w;flll,ss;,r tiu. .,..;,, (lf , - j Kotovkv J" ilir S. L'im jail, Jlin Shoa, ihe ? ' ,l ' " ' ll " ft,lll,,V' ? ," i U lV ;"-"". J,A " I itme io save ni nie until in: is nangeu ov lawful plot eedings. I Klia ilothwell, a mulatto woman in- I ' ti tried lor infanticide in Randolph county, I v. a- tried last week. found guilty, and sen- ; letwed t tin peuiutuiaiy lor two yetrs. ' tie was convicted on circuui-tauli.il J deuce. evi- , ai,,j ;M.s.,rv o! Iliuer-on, iiell & (. j .lt lltc M nitenn'arv, .Je; rson Citv, hud nil i t.c fVer of his light hand torii oil by a rotting marhine Ik w.u- operating. V. Wing, a railroad carpentei- w.rLm.r iiir i.i the rort.u rumiiii" into w.irkittg lor c:k-ot the road- running into j Kan-4.- Citv, air;i k John iJurk, a drunken rotMiv. o'.i r inc i.emi wuu a .i : . f bot'ie. irac- ? tdrmg his ,kuil. ; Jic iUirk had ln-eti itulting f - -M. ! ofcph ha- three cases .r e...,..ti ot sma 1 1 ' px. all brought there from Iwa. A di.s ; 1 . .. .!....!. . Tl ...Til ...... iiaieii s;evs in.u use euv eonneii win in evi t . 4 ft.ii tvlkf tftii lit l tr I ki ket ritftft t I vigorous ipauraiitine ,..,..;r..f 1... vi.ioreed. Name Hill, a burly mgro, was ' wrought to iveyte-vtiie f riday nitihi witu ' ;l "4 eliam annum his neck and placed in -l :4 eiuuii around J"'1- e s charge I with having com mitted rape on Mrs Nellie Sharp, a white lady living in Triplett. There is a small pot scare in Moberly. I The Headlight savs : 'No one Deed he i alarmed, found in It i.- only a ease of variioad i caboose ami sent Irotn Love, Uikc" but what kind of a vari load it was that was hid avvay in the caboose that pa per n. gleets to -ay. .li.lniitv fve'itiiiir n saloon kener in ti ,ii,.,i !. s;,.,,.!........,,,.,. . ., "wi ' t I I lllIMMll I'll . lIfttft. V ftft ft ft ktf-'lt 4 7 " low of ammonia by mistake, thinking it was water. He siilf'red the insist intense agony for several hours, and his life was de-paired of Sunday night, but he is re ported much better now. Mrs. Reilly,wifc of Michael Reilly. the murdertrol Hatch, at St. Louis, has insti tuted suit for divorce against her husband. Reilly now lives at Kansas City. He has deserted his wife, and left her in destitute circumstances, the house they formerly owned being sold under a mortgage. It is estimated that nearly SloO,000 have oeen sent out of Randolph in the past few months to buy fond for stock. Uut the money thus expended has already commenced to return by the sale of stock, at least ?42,000 worth having been shipped during 1 lit past iwo weeKs. .uoberly Headlight. Theodore Krauss, president; R. J Al thur, cashier, and Henry French, Albert Rushuell and Mrs, A. Krauss, directors of the defunct Missouri Vallev bank at Kan sas City, have been indicted for receiving deposits when knowing the bank to be 111 p 1 . an unsaie condition. There was a rumor afloat last night that all the conductors on this end of the Ohio & Mississinni road would h could not be traced to anv reliable source however, and all the men were al work as ,nal. St. Louis (JhuV-Drniior.-if Wm. Price, at Lexington, while chop-1 .... ...1 :.. . u- 1 jung wuoo, in raising his, ax aoove Ills head it caught on the limb of a tree, and descending with force the edge struck his right instep and passed through ihe bono i of the foot, almost severing it, leaving it hanging by the skin and some of the (lesh of the sole. The St. Louis News savs that "of the have uieu, 01 which numher twenty-two were persons who had never been vac cinated, six were persons who had been vaccinated litteen vears ago and not since three persons were vaccinated within fit teen years, and five persons have died whose histories regarding vaccination arc unknown to the health department." Pleasant Hill thieves are no re- specters ot persons, as the following ex tract from the Review shows : "Some double-eyed thief and rascal generally, went into the M. E. church in this city last Thursday, 12th inst , and took there from an overcoat belonging to Rev. Jones. Mr. Jones was holding service during the day, and left his coat in the coat room, in tending to come back and hold service in the evening Rut unavoidable eireum stances prevented him. The same even- mgiie coai was stoieu, since wnicn ume no information of it has been had." A. J. Wagoner, the Kansas City sa loon keeper, who murdered Norman IJau der, was found guilty of murder in the spenm ilmrroo nnA nnfnnorl tn years confinement in the peniteutiarv. Wagoner's victim, Norman Rauder, came to Kanas City hi "the spring of 1SSI from Glovcrsville, N. Y., having considerable money. His acquaintance with Wagoner soon ruined him, losing his money and making him a drunkard. The post-mor- tern examination showed that death was caused by slow opium poisoning. Mrs. Mary Paris, of KukIi Hill, An- drum rniintv rrr;MH?rnlhr f Mico TTT1. t;,e,Il rl.ovmma huW u-hr, olomw) ;fc j j.,rk oolwine, a former of familv Uvinc of; in that vicinity, mention of which wan i i.. : "i .. n. ...... i.v i " SIOO for the arrest of the runaway . 1 ""I"' nii;iM m.im "'" ert I n 11 westward-hound train at Carrol ton,. Mo. Wool wine i dthoribed as heinr about 1 - - jm.h15 , , be , cjn hl ,md mf,u.laruf HtIl,rnLair ratj(M. p!(irt hn.u Ui,lh tJ,ks rather j :,(l jriinel to lit bow-legged, and i j about years old. Mis Mitchell has A fair complexion, n .-. cheeks, higli forehead, ; round shoulder, iipps in her speech, and. i na- a hear on tne rini tnutnu cauaeo uy i ft-Ion. Answer This Question. Why do so ninny jxniple we ee itrounJ us seem to prefer u sull'tr and ie mad miserable by Indigestion, Consumption Dizziness. Iihh of Annetite. Comlii'' ni i; Ut , , - - - I the !'()( id, Yellow Skin, when toz 75c. wr will S4U them Shiloh's italuer, guaran teetl to cue them. .Sold by your drug gist. THE INDIAN TERRITORY. Charges and Counter Charges Concerning- the R'ght of Way of a Railroad. A Washington, 1). C, dispatch has the." fol'ou ing : Tlie dispalches from Arkansas saying that there is excitement in tl e Indian Ter- -. . . . ? . . . j ,,,r(.,. j o- W;n ruorv. on a couni ot the attempt- to in- ongre-s to annul the grant or rtuht iv obtained from the Choctaw nation for the St. Louis vc San Krai.eisco rail- road through the Indian Ti rritory, have atlr tcted some attention here. Then' : re charge- and counter charges to this matter, and .reprc-entaiives of as to thi- matter, and repre-entaiivesof the railroad now h re sav that the oppoM- turn i-comoo, d here of those who under the laws and treaties have no eoucem in the matter, or whoe opinions congress does not need to consider, it ot vcrsons does not neei wtio.- opposition could in easily removed .v ininiev ; in short, that tne opposition? in blackmail, and that the un coianients are iik-pired from 'digin ,te i favorabl" ' these source-, and have their origin ins j , . the same motives. I On the other nand. those who claim tu peak fid the Indian nation sav that the i w" im-sw uirmiKii uie v nociaw ie islaiure in the most corrupt manner, and that emigres- only need- to investigate the facta to decline to rttifv the grant. if ROYAL "S&si? POWOER Absolutely Pure. Made from Grape Cream Tarter. N other preparation makes such light, flaky hot breads or luxurious pastry. Can bi eaten by dyspeptics without fear of the ill resulting from heavy, indigestible foo Sold in cans, by all grocers. ROYAL RAKING POWDER CO.. N. Y Back Ache POSITIVELY CURED BY Benson's Capcine Porous Plasters. tlenson Wliy they avo Preferred to iVIR miser Yorou Plasters or F.xleraal First. liecansa they possess nil the nvrlt of ifw JtrMiKtht'ning porous piaster, mid coutuin in ad dition thereto the newly d:sco vrrrd Mwerfu and active vegetable combination wu? h 1W3 witb in creased rubefacient, etimulatiug, acuutivo solM. counter irritant effects. Second. ni'cacsc they area penuhic iharrm;ccatf eat prep aration, cad so recognized by the irofe3siaa. Third. riecausu they nrn tho only planters that relic- paiu at oucc fourth. Dccauac they will positively enre ilineaes whfc other remedies will uot even relieve. Fifth. Iecan5o over TCOO phy eiciati and drn;glj3 hmth voluntarily testified that they are euperior to all. other yhutcru or xucdiciuca lor external use. Sixth. Hccanso ihe manufacturers have rcivlttj only medals ever given for porous pUstera. Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster! SEABURY & JOHNSON, Manufacturing Chemist, New Tot. A SURE JC&IIEDV ATIiAST. PrfcuSfScts UEAD'Mttilcatai CORN ami BUNION PIASTER Piiii