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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1882.
DARK DAYS PAST. 'Won't you buy a bunch of flowers; lor your lady . - at the sound of the voice, and then The gentleman to whom this iies- reeled as if about to faint : but. rally- tion was addressed looked down into ing himself, he walked on until he the face of the speaker, a rosy-cheeked confronted Harvev's mother. The x .... ....... boy of nine or ten summers, lheht- tie fellow had a tiny basket on his arm, tilled with bouquets, such as we were wont to see in 31 ay or dune. lower? f the spring time, suggestive of the bright and happy days of our childhood when we were told by our teacher that we mieht vote for our next May Queen. Koses there were, white and 1.1 nots and snowdrops ; lilacs, there were, too, and all made up m such lovely bouquets that it needed but a glance to know that a most artisiK nami ar- ranged these childrea of the spring 'But, mv boy, it is the beginning of September where did ymi get thoee roses and lilacs from ?" "They are not real flowers sir : ihey are artificial. Mother and auntie make them. The gentleman looked more aguish - than before, and, after a keen look at the lad, he asked : w uerc nu yuu nvc, XT' l. .1 wx lrti V ' 4 Away outkuie the city, at a nine ffttimr Wp. have, real flowers, too. ,ra, luu. iwn and wn, aim r nlpqp i. incase. I have a flower patch of my ow mother lets me plant just what tj..,- v u., unU nf tl,fl jjul nwii juu uu a uuuuu w...v.. ir ? They are only 25 cents, and they won't fade as soon as the live flowers." -Yes, I will buy two bunches of you, if you will brine me a bouquet of flowers out of your garden to-morrow. Here is a half dollar for these, and an-1 other for the flowers you are to bring to-morrow. Don't fail ; I shall expect erery day, nd drank his chocolate n, silence, hardly looking np at any one, ! iiad actually held a conversation of 10 j minutes duration with a little boy. i Soon alter he lett the ho to emntv his cup. A something new, and toe it and commented upon gentleman had been customer every day for nearly a year, j and they had never Known mm to crP!?lr tn anv one before, except to or- der his customary beverage and, after ' drinking it in silence, he would lay his money down and walk out as moodily as he had entered. The next day after his conversation vou at this hour, here in tins saloon, It must be there vet, then, for I law?J' . , lV u 11 V save to buy tracts tor the heathen ? ; 2 Prizes of v,oo !. ... .n'utnuiawtiu-iioniiitary :r.aro T frna.-cllv ill-ink mv CUD ot' 1 l 11 I allti picked Up the poker, a Strip Of. A bov hiivincr lo?t h-llf of" Ms L'it! I'rizes of l,j(J .vw tl,1' 'h,HKl' w',.,,;n '"fr.ite. scrofula, erjMpeht. ant .There I geneially dunk ni) cup or ; have never drawn any, nor heard a - , f , ' . , a ijoj iu mg io3i nan oi tn kite 20 Prizesof 'Hf4, ain u nnerotskii,diSe:isesand internal humox ' , n i " i . I IlOU aiJOUL llliee ieei lOIliT, an lUCU : ctrmrr nrllofl t.ivri l-ir-o fat KI-.l ' inn Pr;.wt' kmi !' .v ' Jlierear' liosi.iriKi oiiiiitr.vT :.. .-..... ....1 fTTl . . . ....Tn... --.- . " s .. . . XI.IIIIL.1IK1 l.r I II 1 . The little fellow thanked the man ; deadj ll5 ymi see by mv wide and about a quarter ot an inch two boys, clubbed a dog and fell off $1 Zot 5t: and was off in a moment. . wid0ws' weeds yet. When" I turned , ? , . . , 4l , Al the lencQ- The strluS was fhen one- um Vtl'l,1 ,0; 'Vhv had the man questioned the , mv :ewei8 inl0 ' ev r labored hard , A? B"tam arose with the poker the half its original length. What was nK Approximation Prizes , , jewei . nio money 1 wooreii naiu , , k , i j i ., . i,,, & o Approximation nnw .swi inaso aoouL ui uiumci a Tini5 tor more than a vear at a miilinerr i o -A 7 w i 7.1 u u, o a Approximation rnzcsoi -joo i,m .1 M nt onnn.mt tn Uim. i . - . . i - o v a Jariie OinitlltYw V eSSOll reVOlVer. OJ- A man ctinnrla Ik nanb Ta 1 Approximation Pries of 1J) )00 piace . ncumiuuWiuv.v,vU... lv store, sister la Kin care or our ooy. rj . , i , . .1. i-ci,,. saif.i Hp who came and went tu. i u calibre, presented it, cocked, tull at in cents for tobacco. 20 ppnts fnn i-w Prizes. amountiinr to n-Jrli trip hnv thp mail came a halfiii ti j i I mtn the tx, tne maii came a n" 1 nndiue you ; for I had made inquiries hour sooner than was his wont, and he seemed impatient and excited. Every now and then he glanced toward the door, as if his life depended upon the dowers that he was expecting. He had not long to wait, for the little fel low had evidently been as anxious to brine them in time as the gentleman to get them. After one glance at the rtpautitul bououet. he saia, more toJ- l.imaolf than tn the child, who Seemed I f a K PxnPP.tinfr a word of nraise for! ni nromDtness or the beauty of his . J I thought I was not mistaken. No J ne knew how to arrange a bouquet as she could. And the resemblance of this ckild ! My God ! could I, after all, have been deceived ? It cannot be ; I must have certainly." Rising hastily from his chair, he grasped the astonished child by the band and said : 'Come, show me where your mother lives, my boy. I must see her." "But mother never sees company, sir. She only lets the old gardener come into our house to tend to the lowers once in a while." "But I must see her, Stop I What is your Mother's name ? I might have thought of that before." 4Mrs. Norton, sir." A shade of disappointment flashed over the man's face, but only for a moment. "I must see your mother, child, else vour face, too, deceives me." The lad made no more objections. 'If we take the shortest road home," he said, "we must go through the mar ket house here, and the other streets will soon be passed." The walk was quite long, and es pecially to the gentlemau, who was traveling it for tbe first time. At last they came in sight of a little cot tage surrounded by a garden. The house could hardly be seen, so thickly was it covered by vines and creeping plants. But one glance showed to an observer that no unskilled hand had been at work, and an uncommon mind must have planned the whole, to make ihe small place so complete a paradise. Opening the gate, the child led the way up the graveled walk toward the house. On the portico, which was not only concealed by vines, but by two splendid chestnut trees, he was re ceived by a voice of surprise : "Why, Harvey ! back already? and your flowers you have brought back. What has happened ?" "Mother, dear, don tbe angry. The tleman who wanted my flowers said x-r gen he must see you- Here he is." As he said this, the boy nointed to ; the gentleman who was just stepping up on the portico. He had stopped ua:s lady looked at the "entleiuan, and ' about to turn away ; .but one more look ook' and then a cry, and she would have sunk to the floor had not the strong" arm of the man caught her. But she did not faint ; she wa. only overcome for a moment. "Jiarvev, dearest, is it you , or do 1 dream ? .y. 5 jast ; ha be." Afier mutual expkuations, the gentleman said : Ah, those were' ..nu uuv?, nucii 1. imu iiMey m aim 1 .1 1 r 1 ,i nr darling boy so destitute, through tne lanure or ma naiiK. -Did your creditors se.e ai ; e an pvt'pnt vnnr itwt'l-s 15ut whv did you let me mourn vou , H (L..i ulftheseVars ? Tell me fir$ " that "Darlinir. I wrote so often il r' , , XT , never r j 0f encouragement in all these wearv yeJlr4j 0t toil and trial, l ou know I i r r t - i . v , jet -or (jhlua x wrote to you from l " i i , nvprv nnrr whprp vp. stnnnpn. nnd ; 1 11 witn every returning snip or j j genl ou etters Aftef mv steamer I at, Pektn I wrote to vou ain to take ziiriv.ii .i r r unmni ttiic, it is x. l.. I..: l, r a whole vears search J have at ... m,.,i i:. i bubscnptions for the Mason familr.n" found you, through what I now!, f. ja hetWk wUu w m. ! were taken up m Chicago, Philadelphia f , T I UULIV 1 - J AV IIVI I, HUH till IJV'Wti, . "II I, 1 1 was our boy, whom I left as a M . ,lfVoi. tl-aw. tl4ifl llol. clo Cleveland, and some other places. . heart x hud had the 0(1 fortune'1111;1 l? put or there as ne nact ' to get a situation in an American tea I l1?I 1,5 1U" dld"'1 . hoJ and wouW as 1 did send , nt am thing to do with him. He half of mv salary, which was to be i ftl!.eii lu an angry way, and when : fiftnn8;rplrSMnu,.nllv t tho hanlr of ftunts"" l)ut P h,s ft hand to shove , Xev York " arate(1 tVonl llim g0 rauch. But i djd ; Bnnte i breast, and said : "Now, it am, after r bad learned tbe art ofO I'?Be- Buutam threw back flower making, fortablv for si I rot along sister Ruth flRsisted me so time to make Jtnd? for more lhan . Yesterdav. I don't know whv. j , .me branches as 1 used to i j t i . . tj do for vou, and gaye them to Harvey . ii "And it ,n. Iwn th mMn, of mv for you everywhere, and no one knew J of vour whereabouts. Thank the kind T ,:.A ;,1,1 Wrt .:n j Lord who aided me. e will pui- i;UKCC LUIS IJIO-C, JU1 X 1JU.C AUiUIC I i.i t -r i .n- 1 j means, aud the goodJLord willing, we -u c 4.- e - 4i dark days that are past.v A Story of Oongressman Blaine. Ex-Secretarj Spinner in Florida Times. 4,I used to know Blaine when nrst came to congress. We boarded at the same house and our families lined together. Some of my friends about that time introduced a bill into congress to increase my saiary as treasurer. Mr. Blaine took occasion to speak on the bill, and made some very grossly unjust remarks about me. j I was a good deal surprised, and after that I did not notice him in any way. Of course it was rather embarrassing for our families. One day, standing in the hall with an acquaintance, Blaine passed, and the gentleman I was talking with introduced us. I offered no recognition, and the gentle man said : " I thought you knew Blaine V " "I do," said I, "and that's why I didn't speak to him." Some time after that Blaine and I met, and he came up to me holding out both his hands. He said : " General, this thing has been going on long enough. I am sorry 1 said what I did about you, and should not have said it. I "did not know you then." ' " - Well,'" said I, you should not have said it.' But he asked my for giveness and we made friends, and have been personal friends ever since. That is just the difference between Blaineand Conkling. Blaine can for give a man he has injured, but Conk ling can not." Wants a Seat Not a Situation. Washington Star. A prominent ex-confederate officer, now residing in Washington, started out the other evening to find a man servant. He met a pretty good-look- inor rnlrwprl Trmn Hnd asked if he COUld n o-ood servant. The ' colored man regretted that he could not. "What are vou ewrased at?"! few days. My name is i Lynch, and I am contesting the seat ix'",.. i i OTPS in a of Gen. Chalmers. use, rergeiwug , fa;thf ullv. At last J had accumulated :uT?" V'f Ci mat ner extravagance win rum him . or m. a. da rpnt.v. ' , Verona -lawrrkcr. eii, that was flnftimll i0.1C0 ,u:c i:ft.in wy,l, 111 " ,C4L u"f " ILU u' gw P m three years w hat is his capital ? L jfj" .n.. ujs.. i was troubled for a lonr , wa wra nntippH , .1 . n -i 1 ueLeen me Hammer ana cartnatre. a armpr mc n nofr.m.n dir. at.. .:..ti. wui.-... rw, wo wun nms ana ..wv.vwv. , ri ar rniL lime a DerieCL WllUerneSS . I a , , . i . . , V. . "" -"w', ""v .-.....bm., . v. , various remeuies unsuccessful v for it : tor the ' ,1 caA wuof fnPn. uu1 lLUi P"u xiuunc uib.eicrhtv-seven calves and thirtv-hve v ' n U w vrA , r;, "P01 Pr. Clark ...lo I . . 1 . , HPMfi. win ft hp. hit flip, lirothftr f mi-p.p ' U ,1.,;-. .i ;v. nn..,... ..ftnr..n 1WU -"up, wnicn nas completely men icgumi tm havft nlflrip 0f,t Wa had anmfi ' . ...... 7. auu UBWww uiviue uieuii"'-t am now aa stout and healthy as I ever jiskpd thp ev-confederate. "Whv . her head is not -turned by Jt, and she! . 777". asKeu uie extuuieuaait. , . v ... , , , .i i niIT!Atl Benson's Capcine Porous Phu- can't I employ you ?" "I am uot doing will have the good sense to buy a Intle I nil H ten hare been imitated. ivo anything just now." was the reply ; j home and live quietly on the remainder , 1 ' oipSSer "TSSr ui "but I expect to have a seat in con-1 until her husband is released, as he is gj- parfpee o3flc:lgItJC wrd ir-cPtJ1- HER BIG- BROTHER. who. After All. Was Not a ifatch for the School Teacher. I'aWon. 0!iii, I'nivrai. A highly interestinir little "tragical , ... ri... .i si,;iir .l,nn! tine pirv tim ,,ll J i Jv V - T - ' U,L Jfr iL'iieiier, i xv. Dim itiiu, .lu-ini: ci pujiu- 1 rV "t -h? l i'1'1"1" ,ar ?ner oi tne Liy i n i me team, , . ,Ti x T a: JiZ?:, ; Vs V . ; . - i - vr. " " , : and last Fridav the older one cot par - . t , t more ,-, the se;U whfch ,' e was si 1 tins to one 1 tinner irom hn m,., i i , the ot,er j he c(ftQ hi-Ther if ihe did : nQt ob him s home BunUlin to,( told liPr tn : ' , i , . , n a... . i .u . . i i J tOOK tier DOOKS VWl Jett. In about an hour her brother came boltuiir into the school house and IIII Mil ll'HI I JIIIII fill llllllli:il HUM lllll Mil . t 1,1 " "Uill:rushinr up to the desk where Bun- was standing, brought his fist ,Jrt. , t iyn V 1 i i Uiown on the desk and tout . ' m, . n ur.n must apologize before the w , . c . . Bun tain lie hole school tor insulting his sister. I5i ling untam had switch in his hand at the 1 1 1 1 1 , - 1 1. t .i .-..wM ... ........ ....v., imie, I JV1Icn 1,C ;Sllo0K ,l!.lu.s lace a"a 0U i awa 6 10cked Uunttxm s hand Duuiam .ieppea 10 one s.ue IUUiaiU miew oackjaU(t J0ses Sl.oO cents at poker; he. Ilia COat and Said I J then nermits his wifp tn nurphnsiP i t lueil ierlis nib Wlie 10 piirciiase a brother hesitating a J button hook for 3 cents, and figures, the lapels of I " '? revolver loose so as to shoot. The u,,m u'" Dun.l!,u" ai? 16 lel over on one side ot the D . . r n . ... ,J3untain fell on top of h over ou one sine oi me uesKS aim im. - ' th(:re the' te.U to 1 ,e Ho.or' TM" ' Ol'oer tO get the revolver lOOSe, he bit. P r i ' u I . """ .wfc.o .v.. 1 oue JBmitain le - , . lot HIS UU1U ITU UU ill I f lUSiailt, DUt qUICKiy granoetl again, d . . time to save his life, for i i j; y , the hammer descending, caught tbe , f . . , f . 48 . end of his third finger, tearing part of , me nan on ana mus preventing ine ex plosion of the cartridge. At this junc ture one of the large boys ran up aud wrenched the pistol from the brother and iumned out of the window and . i . i nr. 1 . i . 1 I ran home with it. As the fracas had occurred near the door, mo3t of the scholars had jumped out of the win dows immediately on the brother draw ing the revolver. After the revolver was taken from the brother, Buntaiu pounded aud choked him awhile, and then asked if he would go away and leave nim alone. He said : "Yes, long enough to have you arrested," whereupon Bun tain gave him another round of pound ing and choking. Making signs that he wanted to speak, Buntain let him get his breath, when he said if Bun tain would let him go he would go away aud never bother him again as long as he lived. Mr. Buntaiu called his scholars in and went on with his school. In a few minutes the brother came back, and this time he was careful to knock at the door. Buntain went to the door, and the brother stood there, crying, with the blood running down his face, and said he was sorry for what he had done, and wanted to come in and apologize before the school, but Buntain wouldn't let him. Betty and the Baby. From the Chicago Times. When Mile. Rhea, a charning actress, did "Caraille" in Washington for the benefit of "Betty and the baby "the sergeant'sjwife and youngster were in a box, and Mademoiselle, who has an eye for effects, presented her self there with the proceeds of the en tertainment. Mrs. Mason cried. The Vaby cried. The audience cried. Mademoiselle, the actress, cried. Then she clasped the sergeant's olive branch to her bosom, and the applause rent the scenerv. A sympathetic corre- spondent says : "Probably Mrs. Mason never saw so much money in her life as is now pouring in upon her. If sure to be soon after the President's murderer is disposed of, then that bul- lot will nftt hnvp nppn sunn qn nninokv ! :il .... 1. U a innnionr Kitntmo ?m.-i t im iAiinii.A il 1 I ! . . iew vini-iiiis. 1 a j times over the head with the flat side eouallv amour aveur Harvevha! luc r1' luc uiumci auuuug uaugnier snail all the while with both hands to get 8 than the hova piece of business, after all." Here is ; a useful hint to adventurers. Women habies are plenty. Let someone i in or out of the military service borrow ! these equipments if they have them not, and, setting themselves opposite 1 lilt l Stroll 11. . . . ? I. i " Ti . V J L- , k t- lhev need not irv to hit the . O1": s specially claimed for Mason bv the applauders of hi. deed that he had no intent to kill, because .y. un(er the circumj5lauct W11S a physical impossibility. Then, when called to account for t the assault by a , tvinnicaUovernment. Ipfc thmn u-ppm . , uu Lne I niv. iur cranKs win no me rest. short of 85,000. This was the most , c. 1 1 . 4, . . j ! profitable shot the sergeant ever made. : 5 Inasm as it is said that he didnV I. ,11 1A . 41. n . 4 . out,on of this sum may be taken as an " indication that a section of American liuiication tnat a section of AmpriP'in . societv rejoices in theescai)e of Guiteau .and rebukes the o-overnnipnt whwh s c ,. .... would punish stone wall. a man for hitting a Test Questions for the Free Col- lege. Dctmil Five Vti. A man trades a S70 watch for 5i j 45 gUn au(j pay3 3 for repairs, and s then exchanges 1 n excrnaiiP'es il inr 11 ji.mi nnrco z a. i .nn 1 o - " - I which kicks a $28 cow to death, when ; the horses (lies of a brokeu heart How much does the man lose ? A ady bought some tape for n cents, and some thread for 2 cents, j and worked off 95 cents with a hole in j jt on the peddler. How much did she ! save t0 buv tracts for the heathen? ciar, 15 cents for strPPt Mr frtrp three sons, and have nine more hnorl .... .. What Will be the uuiu the share ot each, providing three sUc.eU are .st0'e."' two ?1S Set .lost .inri ho mas tn nw a pirmia unr v Hemy'S Carbolic Salve- The bet salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores salt rheum, tetter, dumped hands chilblains.! corns and all kind ot skin eruptions, freckles and l'".'J;a - 4 .i 5iuauiwi j'cxicui j sure you get Henry's carbolic salve, as all others are ioo. nd eaiterffei. Wscenu. DK GREENE'S OXYGENATED BITTERS is the oldest and best remedy for dyspepsia, bilioua nov?, malaria, indigestion, all disorder of the stomach, and all diseases Indicating an impure con dition of the blood, kidney, liver, skin, etc DDRNO'S CATARRH SNUFF cures catarrh anil all ad'ection of the mucous membrane in the head aud throat. DR. MOTT'S LIVER PILLS are the beat catharie emulators. W. D. STEELE, .AjfctOlTIiey at l-aw. Office: Room. N. 5 Porter's Block, 12-iidAwir 3EDALIA, MO. Benson 's AWARDED Capcine Porous MEDALS, Plaster. The Bett Known Remedy for Backache or Lame Back. Rheumatism or Lame Joints. Cramps or Sprains. Neuralgia or Kidney Diseases. Lumbago, Severe Aches or Pains Female Weakness. AreSayerfor tall ckr FlaAter Are 8crir tm PaiU. ArcSapcrUrt Llalaieatt. Are St; .-tier tm Olatneau mr Salreft. Are.:ririet-tZecrricJrjr rcalraaUM They Act lhiaie4taf ely Tfcey Streaffthae Taey Seethe. Tfcey Reliere Pais at Oace. Tfcey Peaicivcly Cure. 3Ian:.:acujrinc Cni-u. . : V??K rY AT S,.. tr?r?23c rPI. . I i ii .1 . n 11 1 j ue iuuu 01 mese uoes noi lan mucn Cranks Writing Sergeant Mason. Tro-v 1 i' . A large hatch of letters is received . -i - - at the penitentiary by every mail acl- dressed to sergeant Mason, who is confined there for shooting a! Guiteau tl"ll A nnr si - nr I r r . w - 8 i s V letters are, in accordance with the rule of the penitentiary, opened by the prison official and perseud. Such as come from his family are given him, . but the others are, as a general thing-. not of such a character as to iu&tifV the officials in conreyiug them to a Derson committed to their r-hnr - tuc.u a.c uum cntu ami , utiiicc nie existence or a remarKaoie mber of that claas of persons in the '. country. Particular Notice. ah thetii ! SSVVH? niwinc will heniiftor be umlor the ex- ; i,,-Ni'nHTvisHn.nu'niuniioi ur.r.uAw a 5,. ,;,r w,- ! fortune. Fifth Grand Distribution Class E. t New Orleans. Tuesday, May ing. 9, I882-l44Lh Monthly Draw- n Louisiana State Lottery Company. Incorporated in for jr yours by the I.egbl-, inn.' for tutuvational and Chafitaltte purposes with a capital of 5i,W)0,WiC to which a rrve fundi of SiMOjOOO has m nee loon added. W.l iii-iiI.. i-.rt .f tlw. ..r.nt t-ita 1 'nvtit nrirwi aaopteti lieceuibcr'2lr A. D.. i.S7. tsGrand Single Number Drawings will take place monthly. It never scales or postpones. Look at the folio wiug Distribution : Capital Prize S30.000, 100,000 Tickets at Two Dollars Each Half-Tickets, One Dollar, List of Prizes. 1 Capital Prize :M),0O . I0,(i0) W.(M U),.m o rnn $110,100 I nsponsiIile corrt-sixintlini; agents vantfl at all For further information, write ciearlv, Riving fn 1(Ires;- orders by expnsa or Ktv'iatcn U.tter or M0riev order bv mail , addrt onlv to ' m.a. iArpinx, niififw ti uMifttii lKi-ril fiiiiinanirTAfi will r?1 "iiwlv'riSn.Tii ror" ' Store!! a The particular attention of the Public is called to , f ine iaci inai me entire nuiiuroi tne rickets tor vi- .'luuimi J'liiniui; I - wm, unit iuii;rllt;il 11 aI1 the prizes in each drawing are sold uud drawn aim paiu. . . . - - I'uaw f I I VI Ml) " - nH u. IrtlLUn, . MANUFACTURING J EWELER, DEALER IN CLOCKS, WATCHES, SILVER AND PLATED WARE. Gold and Silver Headed Canes. DIAMOND MOUNTING; SET TINGS OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER THE LARGEST STOCK OF SILVER PLATED WARE, ALL FRESH GOODS, AT PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES AND CATARACT GLASSES IN GREAT VARIETY, THE ONLY COMPLETE STOCKIN THE CITY. ENGRAVING; WATCHES CAREFULLY REPAIRED. JEWELRY MADE AND RE PAIRED IN THE BEST MAN NER, TO LOOK LIKE NEW. COME AND SEE THE NEW GOODS AND ASK PRICES. DOWT FOB GET, TAYLOR'S, COR. OHIO AND MAIN STS. WM. SMITH, Dealer in all kinds of Beef, Pork, Veal and Mutton of tho Leat quality FINE SAUSAGE always on hand. Stand No. Market Hous. l-13dAwly TART LING DISCOVERY? LOST MAMHOOD RESTORED. A victim of youthful imprudence causing Pre ma tare Decay, Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood, etc having trifd in vain every known remedy, has dis covere d a eimplo self cure, wliirh ho will send PBE3 to Irs I'dlow-KufTerers. address J. U. KEEYES Chatham bt., X. If. w- . t ....:...! x-:.. . - . ii i vapuai rrie IU.ilW) i JOHNSON'S. i n Dyspepsia, Liver Dis-.J Rheumatism, Dropsy. Heart Disease, Bil- ':' iousness, Nervous Debility. Etc. ' The Eest REMEDY KOWIT to laa. ; 9 nnn nnn u" J JL J. jJZiO . fii. I7CI 'J'his up Po&esxes Varied Jj'ODrielie . hjuumio Hit 1 IVUlint' the Saliva, wh. 01 loiKl i pre venfeti. If !llt: lltlikti tkik 1 1 . .fit acts upon the kidney. It regulates the bowel, j It purities the blood. It quiets the nervou system. It promotes digestion. " It nourishes, strenirthpns It carries nt!"the old blood and makes new. It p.u.s the pores of theskinand induces healthy er.spi ration J " " ? iKn ny me in .st delicate babe, or bv ! and teeJile, caretmlv being reiuin-d in at"- ,i',lt,u, to directions. ; Warsaw, bkxto.v, Co., 3Io. ; wish io intorni VOU Of tllP faftsftf .n nftho moai remarsauie cures ot Dropsv known in this country I wa3 aftlicted for a number of vears, and tried ditterent doctors and various rerawlies, but ail to no purpose. One doctor said I conld not live three weeks. I was advised to trv some of Dr. h7iyim(ii wa? ?l;Ie to town VhiI coupon Wh 1 COU,d DOt live' U lonnson s Indian BloodSyrui.. which I did. and in JOHN MILLER. Co., Mo. th Kidiu-y ever. I tnrd months. I then Johnson's Indian cured me. I rILLIAM WATSON. was. Bedford, Mo. I have used Dr. Clarke Johnson's Indian Blood , Syrup for Chronic Disease, and have received great relief therefrom. H. CUMTON. Agents wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood Syrup in every town or village, in which I have no Agent. Particulars given on applicatioa. DRUGGISTS SELL IT. j Laboratory, 77 West 3rd St. N. Y. City. ANNOUNCEMENTS. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce the aauae of William D. Steele for the office of prosecuting attorney of Pettis county, subject to the decision of the county demo cratic convention. - d&w COUNTY RECORDER. We are authorized to announce the name of John W. Conner for the office of county recorder, subject to the decision of the county democratic convention. We are authorized to announce the name of Jas. M. Byler as a candidate for re corder of deeds for Pettis county, subject to the discision of the democratic con vention. COUNTY CLERK. We are authorized to' announce Henry Y. Field for re-election for the office of county clerk, subject to the decision of the democratic county convention. CIRCUIT CI.ERK. We are authorized to announce the name of B. H. Ingram for re-election to the office of circuit clerk of Pettis county subject to the decision of the county dem ocratic convention. COLLECTOR. We are authorized to announce the name of Finis S. Arnald as a candidate for the office of collector of Pettis county, subject to the decision of the county dem ocratic convention. We are authorized to announce the name of Claud Mitchum as a candidate for the office of collector of Pettis county, subject to the decision of the democratic county convention. rtd FOR SHERIFF. We are authorized to announce the name of M. S. Conner for re-election to the office of sheriff, subject to the decision of the county democratic convention. COUNTY TREASURER. We are authorized to announce the name of Jno. L. Hall as a candidate for county treasurer, subject to the decision of the county democratic convention. NERVOUS SUFFERERS THE GREAT EU ROPEAN REMEDY DR. J. B. SIMPSON'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE. It is a positive cure for Spermatorrhea, Semim. Weakness, Impotency, ana all diseases reaoltimc as Mental Anx iety, Loss oil Memory, Pains in Back or Side, and diseases that lead to Con sumption, In sanity and an Specific Medicine is being used with wonderful ftarlv erave. Thei success. Pamphlets sent tree to all. Write for them a get full particulars. Price, Specific, 51.00 per package, or six nck J. B. SIMPSON MEDICINE CO., No6. 104 and 106 Main St.. Buffalo, N. Sold in Sedalia by Q. C. Slack. 6-ai-dJkwlyr in ...ioi u ,uiU .wyar oi IIH IOOU into Ut i oe. A deficiency in Ptyaline c-auses wind aM ; soul ing of thi fool in the stoma.-lj If the medici.u ! y. "ken imiuediately after eatin-' the ferment!: I MUM AITAft. 1 JxWimJ mmmmm i ii w mWm mm .mm mm.