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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1882. St SEDALIA BAZOO PuMiihv r wpq-ronnuiM TERHLS OF fcCBSCMIPIION t BT MA.ILIOSTAGE FKKE. ndiy edition, per year 2 50 V lTlr-llliiinrr .m nidv tir vr C Art i Weeklr, 52 number.--, per yean. .. 1 00 Daily, delivered in the city, jer week....... 'EWS DEALERS 'ftcgolaxiy supplied at 2 ernlf per copy. All subscriptions are payable in advance, and Cscontinued at the end of ime paid for. HOU TO SEND MOXKY. Bemlttanres may be made bv draft, monev order t registered letter, at our rik. (live poetofficc address in full, including state and countv, and ddreaB J. WEST GOODWIN, Sedalia 3lo. WEEKLY BAZOO. bEDALl A, MO. TUESDAY, MARCH M. 18S2. MARCHING ORDERS. was in prison and ye visited me.,?! S"n a far and distant land and time, j Qmder the blue Judean sky,, surround ed br a following of simple folk, poor, f humble origin, without the help which inlluentiul Irieuds can bring, ihe Speaker of these words opened the &e&rts of His hearers to a truer and Softier conception of life's duties as j those duties touch others of God's j great family of children. He spake! :bem as an incentive to tender pity siud unwearied sympathy for the un fortunate, the fallen, the depraved of the great brotherhood. He spake thein for more than this ; thev were one of the hands which, knocking on the door of the palace beautiful, swing opeu that door to welcome the servant who had lived as He had lived, in the service of others. This humble Nazarene is the sur- prise of the ages. None greater shall come after Him. His words sound ed against the mountains round about Jerusalem, and the needs of humanity have heard their comfort, their power, their authority, down through all the .ges. They echo around the world zo-day, and millions now listen where mce onlv the humble twelve heard. If the Gallilean fisherman ackuowl- rdged Him master, s; do the chris- i "Jans of Sedalia. If the first discjples t Coined His standard with loyalty of, efztx.1. l, xj jlho owiuiti.-' uini. i ' I -aid that the noor mu4 be hebed oblivion. -The ovil that men do """ww 2111 ivi.uu.u n.nco " ..k, hi .a. prinunjroince win uecom- -Lotta has been ill lately and was com that tlie pool mu t e neipea o nivion. me mi tn.ii men o endeavord to make. l,lete(I w,ll,in the m'Kt slxl-v pelled to disappoint large audiences on- mie sorrowing comroriu, uie sick aa-; Tin?cf.PrP.d unto, the m-isonfir visitfid. i .HV WHO UUVe UlUgeU allCglUHUtJ T ! I,I,..1 -into Him, take these utterances as o&eir marchiriL"" orders, and go out to -rio His bidding. To-day the disciple will turn to the Gouse dedicated to the worship of the .rod-Man. The Book, in which the story of Hi? m-itchless life is told with sweet simplicity, will ba opened and 3,he marvelous words He spoke will be read. To som- they will be an inspir- ment of its own for its readers, to-day. juionior renent-u activity in 11 ser j xuts x um. puuaaiii iuia moinmg a - '-' ' " u,t : mto her head to be photographed re- was about to sit for his photograph, pre- Kvysvs City March 11 crc. to some, they Will conio a com-communication bitterly attacking and j pal-7 l-031"01 I11 "ac ; cliniii sxt fill length in the famous paratory to starting for America. HOCS Receipts,' 720. . All 'sold, and iWrf in-AdA-v m,M iho ihn-?n.r o-t-i idenouniMiirr fhp Ut0 President -tar- t " P,cke" a,th.ou?'1 1 lia as lj ebony coffin, padded with white satin, Edwin P,oth is to sail for England on the finality not so good as that of y ester tort, Lkedeu upon the Um.-Liug giav, , neiounuug Uic j.itt l lCU-ieac .rai lhongllt been 0R tJO aIert all the ume e have heard 0 much. May ::i, with the view of spending the day. quality considered. The market firm, toothers thev will awaken longing ; held. The Pts: editorial! v says thejCJoin back into the sleeper where 'rup ni. lt( r .,1. AFf-inndri under SUIIlllK'r tnert' aiUl 111 France. It is Hkelv and from " to 10 cents higher. JS'o choice w the-end Wand the entrance ! communication was written by a prom- , the thugs were. I was greeted bv,,- 3ifv . Pm. hogs on the market Today's top, 1 ' r tl tl 1 took to .-ati.-i int iau a uipnce, lessiouallv- make a tour or ih English j were good heavv smooth,, irb 20( b 3o ; .Uon uuei3j ing joys. inent republican and delegate to the ., "t1.1! A J1 a.smiIC' n.ml and obtained some excellent proofs, . provin.W. j mixed packing, St; oO;G 20- light, S r0 n- ntWhnc -i link. nreh-iCiji.-airocofiventu.!!. The writer an- no a,d fnster 1h?re,f. something , s.lrah iiavillg s:,m,lated t perfection. The best legal authorities declare that U-'W: bulk sales, Sf 0025. . . . 1 .t?ri. r.. IT. ' i4TI.. r-. tl.: . .. . trrkHlH o. vaiiiKiin.1 T r.ti7i . . . . 7 . i -and in the name of a common human- critical and a proiessionu! dhce ty asks consideration for the words it seeker.'' ends forth. It, is charged that the, -NTo name is signed to this bitter churches of this city, as well as else- . attack, though the editor says that where, are more coucerned about the ; the name will be given to any of Mr. -mritual welfare of the heathen of dis-! taut lands than they are for the sin tiers within sound of the church bell. Money is freely and lavishly given to ead forth evangels of the gospel swross the sea, but most niggardly for -:he Master's service in Sedalia. Women, sisters of she who was last at the cross and first at the grave, toil md plan and beg for foreign missions, but the frail and wayward sisters liv ing in the next block are passed by zand forgotten. Prayers' are offered for the downfall of India's religion -and the Arab's belief, but Satan's kingdom in this city grows and spreads, sad day by day increases in hideous vower. Yonder frowns against the riky of this day, a building which needs guide to tell its purpose ; it is the ail. and its inmates are not there -voluntarily. Are they beyond hope of reformation ? Then the gospel is a failure. Are they publicans and sin ,ners? The Master's example stares the disciple in the face. To-day, troops of boys and young men will be found ipon our streets. What for ? The question is its own answer. The poor of the city have not the gospel preach- d to them the rich do. What opportunities for practical j and constant service there are in this duties by the churches: The only flifritihlp institution nf flip pir.v Inn crmslips ana i ahoni" rn npri I -t j -L a j I -mr?ir o"rl tu Onnnr T r nnvtfh Ann to , . . Id. -U.UU in T'of its Tin hp nurriocA u tr ip aa y .11 . f T w V A VW ma .VVfT aW t-fcW V haven of safety to women who are sudly pinched by hunger, and terapt e 1 from virtue path by poverty. In silk3 and rich robins. the church hi -1 n . , - ami puui i nJtiu simcjs. But, the sermon is ended, thedoxo logy will now be sung and we will go to our homes to feast in the jrood 1 1 1 J . i things Providence aud Jane have pre pared for us. There are none so hun gry as we. Amen. THE WORK HAS BEGUN. "And now the critics will begin. Do you know who the critics are ? The men who have failed in life." These are the words of one of Eng land's greatest premiers and a man who has adorned literature with some of i is brightest gems. There sleeps, in a beautiful cemetery on the shores of Lake Erie, a man who, if living, could well use these same words. Living, he rose from obscurity to a nlfirio mnti wbinli flio wrIrl c?itr Viirii 1- M ii x i -ii Like all great men, he was assailed with all the bitterness tongue could utter or malignity devise. Amid the storms of life's battle he moved for ward to the grandest place of power aud diguitv the world knows. A lit tie more thaua year ago, James Abram Garfield wTas sworn into the high office of chief executive of the mightiest nation on earth. His bril- j liant reign was soon closed by the :is- sassin's bullet. Around his grave the civilized world gathered in sincerest sorrow : the grief of distant lands was borne in messages of tenderest speech Eloquent tongues voiced his genius, worth and nobilit' of character. If of any man the Latin apothegm 'Me mortius nil nisi bonum," could be surely said, that man was Garfield. But. alas! how soon are the sweet ..v-- -..v... - v i - " c .ul uhjiu, uic wuu un. m- terred With their bones." That 31 r. Hlo r-Rilfl' nnlKt Urn. U.xulI lxn. tr-nA waiuciw.'' uuk. juc cuuum kjs 'u?rv.u uaiuuu..uiuuouuuiu ui- i'" cu upon, criticised, eveu microscopicallv, i .... , mi- r . i " is but a surctv. This is the onlv wav by which his true place in history may be settled. But that this would be done fairly and frankly, prompted only by a desire to place him in his proper niche, was hoped and be lieved. But any such hope must be j abandoned, as the following dispatch from Washington, yesterday, shows : nounces Garfield as treacherous, hypo- Garfield's friends who may ask for it. I It is not our purpose to defend the i 1 late president. We do not assume , . . liiai UK WU.S iX lliilU WlUJUUl S1UL Ul blemish, but we do say that the above epithets are cowardly and cruel. "By a prominent Republican !" This may be, but the corollary does no t follow that he is a prominent Man. This method of attack belittles the author, while it falls harmless on the name and grave of the man against whom it is hurled. There is a smack of hypocrisy in it, too, for no "prom inent republican" ever assailed, or permitted to be assailed, Garfield liv ing. While it is true that the man and politician are one and insepara ble, yet a private life may be pure , while, when it moves out into the realm of a public or political life, it touches a new system of ethics and is shaped aud influenced by it. Bat enough. For Garfield the pub licist, we say nothing,laudatory or dep recatory. But for Garfield, so re cently fallen asleep on a bed of pain, we have only words of regret, sympa thy and admiration. In the coming days some clear brain, unprejudiced mind, unscrdid heart, will take up the public career of this man and give it an honest criticism. Until then we! pace. Let our noble trio, who are busily; I ' -7 11. ' llllTlliL 111 III !IVI 1.1111 llll-V inl 1 u 1 i i iiatunilized citizens of this great coun- trr o,i,l M;tln,1 11 l..mA..ta v. UIIU IUUIUI IV till ktlO bUllMUIUCUW and honors pertaining thereto, take heart. The mayor of New York i vj ? is iii unc same uiiiiiciicuui; lU5i- iiwu 111 niiiu LlllO Lllllll. Ul 1SUUU1 f-l11 rt tiTl tk!- 4-Vr f wlllltl, P ftviml Am aud manly beauty find themselves. u - i i - He, too, must show up Ins papers or be turned out upon a cold world to meet its ieeis :ind frihpc -- - We would lik-P tn sfc whv tlm we W0U1U like to a&k Win the necessity of redisricting the State) when the eighth district, with a demo cratic majority of S,000, is represent ed in congress by a stalwart republi can ? Would redistrictinif give the! democrats a surer thing ? Wouldn't it be a good idea lor some of our real nracticnl chrinian thi ' 1 . " y " uoiy oay, 10 pay a visit to tlie jail and speak a few cheering words to the rii ti . , praoners.' llns seems like practical religion. apace, .1. .1. The Crisp trial goes on The prosecution has closed and the de- tense are nearly , , ... . colonel will be gl the charge, there a doubt. The Jefferson Cit) ing for re districting the slate. Of course, for this means an extra session of the legislature and that means a God-send to Jefferson City. , , lr H'OC mcf 1 1 1 1'lin iiinnf Iil mill J(i j-w "iviRuo ami da vs from the timn Gnrfip d urns hism. guratc-d until he was shot. There ; Therefore, 'rov ! sion of the City Tribune. - - : Our heart is bowed down with sjrief. Jefler.-ou City Tribune. " nr- j - ,. , . . , , 1 l i t h . I . . . r- . ...-.l.... I ..... I . l rpi i ,i : 44 vi .luiiuuiuu una our in? WOpIi-iik - rlii n-r -.f.L- auvancc oi M" it per cent, took place through. That the .rrocerv on the corner has been the hmn.im ! Urka ., ie past eek. m,,!,; fi.,n "1J. a is not tl C sh-ldow of ,Cr k Ui'Tml wou,dn' 1 ' UiW1""" "tt"u . o"rs. j BONDS Cs, extended, 100?; 5s, 1 02;; ia uol me aaanow or nnx. Frank Mayo closed a week's engage-! 4, 1 4s, 1 IS The well-kncwn clothier, boot antl j nient :lt Philadelphia. ia.. last ni-ht ' J - shoe furnisiiinir "oods dealer b:i m!l Lie1 Saulsburv's Troubadours were :it Tn- am rAiTKi r mt,, r,.r ! I ' tl j xi'miiih ill it ii n iiiiiii iinirr t a t" . 11111 iirviiiv .1 1111111 11x1 tw 1 1 irn 4 1 ii np!ii n ktiiup niir lmcAfYi nt nhotio ir 0 nftprnll I capitalists having been attracted to Cen- :t"re Kobl,;)n- lIie vct.erau show-- xD. 2 red, SI 23il 24 cash ; Xo. 3 do. pneiicino.j aitei all. j terview by its natural advanta-es, have ! lua" d aeior, will start a circus on the i $i 191 IDA ; No. 4 do, SI 18. Corn 7 . , ' purchased'one hundred acre- on the south' "Ml tin-eommg season. .Higher, lilj62.J cash. Oats Higher, i j B - w. j. ciui. ui !. iiwii. . .i M iilOCll lli.il tJ tlllll ; .vrac-. iiinivi x tttun 1.; J rprnnr fill m PT-ti-i cno ! are now surveying and laving out lots. Aiken's management, will begin a stating! WHISKY Steadv, at SI 17. WMnlnrn TaHWv nn 1 arl,cs Iro,,! Kansas are now building I W1U " "' -'. iwu,, ,o-nt U nrmiy, out siow, ie0lsiaune. jeiieiaOll ,iere animmensestore room ninetv feet Ion- Mi.- ( Jeorgte Drew . Mrs. Maurice 1 an'1 onl-v a 3ob tnule at previous prices. jacK wnanon s new drug store is the r: ; vjromK to cne rnz.e r ignc. . 1 -i. Sleeping car conductor, running: jon 'BigJ.M between tluV citT and j : r.Uinn, m ctnfnrl l,of o ? A sleeping car conductor. runninir'The "gentlemanly deportment of its fa r.h'yo'ltrn rfiful fr nn q rnnt ? v i I , i f f, : he brought down a sleeping car full j Ot me worst tnugs ana thieves he had ever seen. On leaving Chicago a fel low who appeared to be the leader of the gang told him not to feel uneasy, that the "bo)V had made up their minds to behave themselves while on the tram and if they began pranking j and anything ;vas missed, he could j rest assured that the mL-siu": article ; You should be care s?)ine ful with vour things, or 1. . I . ... il w . ' pieK up your wealth ami lorget to re- turn it. When night came they commenced their pranks m earnest, . II A A- I 1. .1 . I . ami ue"an lo sieai irom eacn oinei One thug would stuff his money valuables under the mattress ii.ii.if iiii rui, out neiore ne nan ueen asieep au hour another ol thf ilk would steal everything he had and then awake the slumberer and return him his property. All night long they were practicing their trade, picking open their pals' valises and purloining therefrom flasks which, I must say, were never returned until the contents had been disposed of." Eagan, the Terror, Criticised. Fully 500 men and bovs from Al bany and Troy, many, if not most of them, now or recently employed on the new capitol as stone-cntters, black smiths or laborers, sat in VanVechten hall ior two hours and a half last night for the purpose of witnessing an ath letic exhibition gotten up for the ben efit of Dick Eagan, the burly black smith who has recently thrust himself into some prominence by challenging John L. Sullivan to a prize fight. The wind-up was between Dick Ea gan and Billy Drum, of Troy, and was a decidedly tame affair. The crit icisms on Eagan's awkward style and flabby appearance were not the mo3t favorable, one individual going so far as to say that Sullivan could encase his hands in boxing-gloves and let Eagan use his bare fist and the Bos ton boy would whip him quicker than i he did Ryan. j " ' . i" .-i itio j 1 1 mp nt iionrii --iTf-r vnnr inert is noi :t wriir oi nrooi ;iirM.izist --- .v.v.t.K., . vf-.i.t, CENTERVIEW CRUMBS. Batch of Items from the "Bazoo's' Correspondent at that Point. i A hirge .shipment of stock was made ! Iast Week h T" i' WllitSett. Several ear loads of implements, con I . - T- . V. i . 7 signvii iu x uncr iv inrianev. are oem un loaded. The Genterview mills, under the new nianttcement, are much imnroved and doinw Hood iod work. ! M. Vaughn, the town clown, has re-1 moved to Nelmiska, but alas ! how soon Ue vearn flir t,,'e 1esll Jn' son county. i Tiiestartlinjr intellhrence reached here : that the new proposed railway line Irom t IIiggi.nsi.I.le lo. Yurt. Scott wiU inler" SClH the Missouri Pacific at this point. -The Masonic fraternity of Centerview ; are about to sell their hall in the southern part oi town co me school board, prepara- lory to bmlding a hue hall on Mam street. --i nereismusKMn meair. Centerview, inr the ireoirraohical center fi? .Tiluim vm - he geographical center of Johnson icouutv.lhe near future will see bold ef i fori--, backed by immense capital, made ! for tiip removal of the countv seat. Jack Wharton,our whole-souled dru - - ' "isl h:lvin- I'rdi:i1 Jl e residence in . the suburbs, now looks over his spectacles , with much complaecucv.as he views the tin - war(i icmleney of real tate. .i ,.. i i ui. .i iiu. i. iici uriiiiiu. recent iv m ArP,leri ,, bk sllt Ie t, Te ' onUe: Dr. Jno. I. MeFarlaml, recent lv of breezes of Centerview, and has alreadv lI;! VY rC,,,iirkilbI -:UUl em pr .ct.ee. e welcome mm. ! 1 llO IT'Pl'Ilt IVlill lo.t .in.1 ,m- t.. The recent rain, sleet and snow has . i -..-. tiu- I ...I.. 1 r ... f . 1 i ui.uiu.iin au iiiicct i. j.ois nave ciian,reit ,S,I,U! "c score and many new dwell ' ings are now in process of erection. 'nlrt k.: u' . i 4 , . , . . which will In completed in the next thirty !ay. A la rue stock ot good.- belonuinu lo -hsrs. Kidder v Sons are now being ' unloaded at the station. It isaNo rumored upon good authority that a substantial . . v . . . I. f 1. . I I I i,. " t I delight oil interview. His iragrant Ha vana;j and cIixcr of nfe :ire hiffhiv nr:2,.(I ine gentlemanly deportment proprietor and elegance of the inL'? make all customer- feel surround- make all Clisl I nele Joe Henshud stands on the corner to extend a happy KrcetinJ tp aIl new. cu .t0. mers and entertain them with a good varn before he draws the next gallon of coal oil I". N. O. Sarah Bernhardt's G-hastly Bargain London -xorM. A queer lawsuit i in store for lhe parisian5- Some two veaK ag0 Sarah Bernhardt, the "garrande ar 4()h, I , t ! imppeii, .vouutsi m m J. . U-V1MV L I promise you to die within a year , Vom 0W- j an not j0king. I have I a presentiment, and my presentin 11PVAP doori mn. Fnrthermor.. ' ' strange contract and executed faith fully his part of the bargain ; but Sarah, happily for her admirers, neglected her promise. Melandri wrote to Sarah while she was in New York, reminding her that she had no longer a right to behold the light of the sun. "Patience," telegraphed Sarah ; "at end of American engage ment will fulfill engagement with you." Melandri waited ; but when Sarah returned from Russia a few days ago he again reminded Dona Sal that she had no right to behold the light of the sun. "Patience," wrote Sarah once more ; 'I have promised to create three new pieces at Paris ; after that you can sell the photographs." But Melandri s stock of patience is exhausted and he has consequently referred his case t the tribunal of commerce of Paris. Perfect Signt. As thousands can testify, there is noth ing so much to be desired as perfect sight, and perfect sight can onlv be obtained by using perfect spectacles. C. G Taylor, our home optician, exercises great skill and pa tience in fitting those needing spectacles, with care and comfort to the wearer. ri2-lldtfl Session Acts for Sale. For 1S38 and 1841, State of Missouri. 3-3dlf J. West Goodwin. oriouslv cleared of ' of some of our good people to get ! -no- i.ourIev has signed for two years ' in the rhQ - 1 4 ' Tribune is shout line stock to Messrs Jas. Kidder ASons and ! dianapolis, Ind., on the 10th and 11th. , VUAO 1V removed to Nebraska. He takes with him ! Kate Claxton plaved at Indianopolis, Rnr,o T, A , UIS 1 L . the well wishes oi our citizens, Inside a ! Ind., the last three nights of the past week , I'K Ty llgJltVai!1 bet lick full of monev "i i at n f i - : Prices nominal. Light to good York- nr ,rl 1 i' ... -John McCullougb bc-gins a week's en-:ers, $5 906 15 ; packing, S806 4: m -Our street., are bristling wi h a new gagement at Nev Orleans, La., to-mcrrow i butchers' to fancy, S 50G 70 pi-s Vtn:i f'Vt'ry hSUS crook, iimlncorer niSht. i S5 85. Receipts, 4,000 ShipmSntel are filled to overflowing, and still they I;S; -on llu. conclusion oi his en- 250. 1 ' ' P romp. rrnripriv n i iwifitti.ni. ' . . . tlcfrv" mii unii'rtr.il rAima f r r 1 - if it will "soon' Lizzie MeCall, .if hn t7 f in. voor if Tom cfill . Iierscll IrOIU tlie lOUrtll StOrV WinttOW OI a guiuumwfi. ruisaicuvuiiuiuggBW. a"d " in thic- world T nnthnri'P von tn p11 i hoteI m Cleveland, Ohio, and was instantly ; c i.: "in tll,a u0rJ(1i aUtnorueOUtO Sell , Temnorarv insanity was thousrht i 01 . 1113 ' as manv of the nhotoErranhs as vou i,.. ci,fl .QOVi wboiou , xa,xx. nlaosa Mnlnnrln nnnczm tori tn tli c U l Ua, K Wt An AlCfilSOn, Kansas, Woman FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. Items of Interest to Play-Goers Everywhere. SMITH'S OPERA HOUSE, Skdalia, Mo. Geo. T. Hrown & Co., Lessees. Seating capacity hOO. DUltLEY HALL, Aiu'LKtos City, Mo. J. W. (Jrantley, Proprietor. Will seat 5J0. LAMAK opera house, La.mak, Mo. ISrown A- Avery, Proprietors. Full si-enery. Seats 00. t Avertisement.sat the head of this column, not exceeding four lines, perannum.j George Kiddle proposes to star next t season. . ' --Janausehek plaved at St. Louis the oast week Tiin T rv. week at Baltimore. ,1 1 it i j -Milton Nobles plaved at Brooklyn, i x a- . 1 - 1 i ., me past week. Tony Hart, of Karrigan & iIarl,now drives a $2,000 team. ' M:ir.v Anderson plays at Hartford,, I Conn- t0'inrr ght. , i Fred Mai-sden is hard at work on a ' neNV lI:l.v lor Annie Pixlev. at i ."i . i ! Moujeska is expected to begin an, American tour next August. iiiivut-iu -Willi, i AVilliamsport, Pu., last night -Frik K Aiker has wi j j lttVcrly,s Strategist compa, ! ... un lanora cioseu ins season at thdrawn from f y panv. r to ' i, ! - hartley Campbell is writing a specta- f alar !,!s.v Kiraby brothers, en- tuicu riuviia. I Harry morel has lately been engaued by a f vcr-" 111,40 by to 4 raiile rocking acts. j l"p to the present time eighty-three: i theatrical companies have gone to "pieces, j j Evidently there are too manv on the road. , ..... ... .. ...v.. . ! several occasions. Something unusual fo her. Veinie Clarency. who was married some two vears ago and retired from thf- ! ;t:iTf liifl (i ffitKnmntiMi ;r "Crli'1fV ,i ii w. iuc a vii.niiiuuuLfii ere oroiuinni. w . i wuuiuau itacii at (, 4 3 him i -iv'nntnn i,v,,i ,t Tmi;,,, k.. ! ?t. iiOuis, March 1 1. agement in tins country, will rc to; at home.j(;af;"reccml r - The Atlanta Constitution learns that :1I truly irnod and moral itctrefmt enm- rnenc; their starring tours by procuring divorces from their disreputable husbands. Jenny Lind advises young American girls who wish to go abroad to study music, "ood as in Kuroue -nd tvLc-o th-husband-; Zr I ; i i JJT" aubdno are niucn better. ... . , T;irnum is liKe.-y to triumph over tae tostay at home, witere the music is just as r.. t i l i i.. from London the fierce elephant, "Jumbo,' the acfr ami that her ! ivifav i- uuiv .i titiv.-iivu u vn iiuru time, ft will be remembered she hot her i.nsb.nd. Sb. chums accidentia a,-,i that he died from the . ileeN. -Alice Wrisjht, a member of Harrison's Photo combination, ou M-rch 4th. threw , - . I .. ' , . . f A late Paris Figaro thus records the movements of Sara Bernhardt: "She reached Vienna the other morning at 5 a. in., and fainted ; breakfasted, and fainted; went out shopping, and fainted ; appeared at the theatre, and fainted after each act ; received too much applause, and fainted ; heard of her loss in Suez canal shares, and fainted ; heard of her great rivals, Madam Woitec, success, and congratulated her fainted, and so on Skin Diseases Cured. By Dr Frazier's Magic Ointment. Cures as if by magic, Pimples, Black Heads or Grubs, Blotches and Eruptions on the face, leaving the skin clear, healthy and beautiful. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt Rheum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head, Chapped Hands, Sore Nipples, Sore Lips, old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores &e SKIN DISEASE. F. Drake, esq., Cleveland, O., suffered beyond all description from a skin disease which appeared on his hands, head and face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. The most careful doctoring failed to help him, and after all failed he used Dr Fraaier's Magic Ointment and was cured, by a few applications. JfcST'The first and only positive cure for skin diseases ever discovered. Sent by mail on receipt of fifty cents. Henry & Co., Sole Prop'rs. 62 Vesey street, New York. For Blind, Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated Piles Dr William's Indian Pile Oint ment is a sure cure. Price by mail 1.00, For sale by druggists. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. ioi;k, luarcn 11,11a.m. I STOCKS The stock market opened weak and J(Sg per cent, lower. Memphis A Charleston, New Jersey Central and Can adst Southern beine Drominent in the Hp. I cline. In early dealings the general list i fell ofT IfTfjl per cent., Denver & Ri Orande, Missouri Pacific and Pacific Mail leading in the downward movement. Thin was followed by an advance of li per cent., in which Manhattan Elevated, Loom vile & Nashville, Missouri Pacific and Denver & Rio Grande were most conspic uous. Subsequently there was a genera! reaction of (uU per cent., the latter im New Jersey Central. The Germanic takes out 750,000 gold and 142.000 silver bars. The motive for shipment is not understood, as the rate of exchange is below shipping point. New York, March 11. STOCKS Chicago & Alton, 28; Cua ida Southern, 45; Cleveland & Colm- j bus, 74 ; Delaware, Lackawanna & West- torn 1S1. Lro,i...n f. TU,..,, 37 1 . W i. ! Union, 77A. i - , MONEY MARKET. ; yKW York, March 11. MONEY G percent.; prime merca.- nle paper, 5G. J 7b.,;;,: V 'Z1? t , , VTW -'. 1 "cnanged, except coupon, which are 1 per cent, lower KTATKSnn nnjLui Lm'lov,tr' STATES Dull and steadv. RAILROADS Dull and'in-egnlar. DS Dull and'ir After 11 o'clock SrUCKS Alter 11 nVhrL- wr t,.,i : erately active, and after a decline of I fir 2 i Ier cent., in which New Jersey Central, rieaoing, :iannauan Elevated and rash- ST. LOUIS MARKET. St. Louis, March 11, r 1 L K u nchanged . CHICAGO MARKET. Ciitcago, March 11. GRAIN Wheat Stronjr. excited and higher, 1 cash. Com Firm and j higher, r2 Oats Steady, 43? Rve 80. Barley SI 00. II'TIIM'V" .- i-r j PROVISIONS Pork Strong, higher. ; t?'5- Lard Firm and higher, $10 4f . CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. ' . Chicago, March 11. I HO'jrS- -3.200. Active and 5il0 cents higher. Light bacon. $6 10(26 50 ; mixed packing, S6 10i o" ; heavy, $6 60 7 05. CATTLE 1,400. Strong aad active Exports, S6 20G75; good to choice shlPPin 5C 00 ; common to fair, g- 0Q(y - 4Q butchers. S2- 705 00 . ... , , c.s , a rr. ! stockers and teeders. S3 10fe4 ?0. ) ' lht receipt., the market is firm at un changed prices for all kiads, except stock heiters, for which there is little or no dt - maud. ! -THAT HACKING COt'GH can be ho quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We- disguised herself as a man and clerked in a drv goods store seven months, and then, moved out to Las Vegas, says the Optic,, and be coming acquainted made many friends. She applied for membership to ike El Do rado Knights of Pythiae, an$ was ad mitted. To assume the third degree she went over to the hall last night, but didn't I pas?- muster, uuu iiKr&ex. wu uuBi-ufeim.r It seemed that in the third degree act therAo 1 . T 1 1 J ll.-l "l W nave an mcua ruouer rat anu & ctHiuiuiu snake, which is run by clock work inside, and which looked very natural indeed. The idea is to let them tub at the candi date for initiation and see if he will flinck When the reptile ran at the jrjrl last night she kept her nerve all right, but when the rat tried to run up her trowsex leg she grabbed her imaginary skirts in both hands, jumped into a refrigerator and fainted away. The girl is a member of the order, and there is no getting around it. The only thing to do is to send her out of the country. This may open the eyes of mem bers of secret societies and cause them t investigate further. One Las Vegas lodge, it is learned, has instituted the rite of ex amining carefully the feet of the appli cants. If the feet are cold enough to freeze ice cream the candidate is black balled. The temperature of the hoofs it considered an infallible test. The Wabash company now compels its brakemen ami switchmen to use an ash stick in making a coupling and have sup plied such articles to the employes of that branch of the service. Making a coupling without using the stick is cause for instant discharge of the employe.