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THE SEDALIA "WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1882.
PAYNE-EDWARDS. The Independenec Editor Pre pares a Tonic Especially for the Major. 1 The St. Louis Chronicle Says it is Intended to Produce an Eruption, Which the Compounder Declares Must Dry Up Without a Salve Application From Himself. The prospective duel between Major j -f Jl c..:i ! r. rayne, oi me jnuepeiiuenut: r - i i i ; kii li llJi , iS I t ff. As will be remembered the killing of Jesse James brought about a newspaper controversy between these two gentlemen, and a war of words was indulged in Mr. V. 1 . .A tliot V(o?.-ir li'A p i rvl c Vifif ' received, as a gift, a gold watch and chain Jr. T.5l pvn- ' 1 IJiR AND SLANDERER. The publication of this stinger caused a a flutter of excitement, for everybody rec ognized that a personal insult had been given Mr. Payne, who is not a man to be trifled with, for the purpose of inviting a difficulty, and a clash of arms between the two was confidently expected. Anticipating this, a reporter of the St. Louis Chronicle interviewed Mr. Payne at " . . .. . ... . . ) at bis omce writing. I lie v . nil ICSUU Jl 1113 lAlft ( is given, as follows: "Inditing a challenge to Major Ed wards V" was the query. "Quite the contrary. 1 am preparing copy for the compositors." ' i suppose yom have noticed Major Ed wards' editorial written for your benefit?" "Well, ves, I have read it." "What "do you think of it?" "To tell you the truth, 1 haven't thought very much about it. I care so little for anything John Edwards may say that I don't allow myself to lose any sleep n his account." "Do yon think the major wants blood?" "I don't know whether he does or not, but would infer from the editorial in question that he does." "The editorial reads very much like an invitation for a challenge. Will you comply?" "No, I think I have too much sense to allow myself to be enticed into a duel in that manner. I suppose when Edwards ? t tlimmlif T wnuli Kp fnnl Anmin-li Travis H vvr6. i to J fall into his thai- and challenge him right awav, but he is greatly mistaken. If some men were to speak of me in that manner I should take it as an insult, but in many other cases it is wisest to consider the source. If hd- WrilC WM 11; I 11 Kill IMP II Will 1M P K Ml' I Mr ! .v, .v,. t mm 10 nire an asbassm 10 come auu i suooi me through the window than fiffht duel. through the columns of the Sentinel 'Oh, yes ; that is now." "How about the Kd wards says you have "Well, Edwards says when I said Jesse James with a gold watch and the next breath admits that the watch was OFFER El TO HIM, but he refused to accept it. This is clearly a distinction without a difference, or if perchance there is a difference, it is so slight that I fail to see it. Oue thing is certain, the admission that the watch was offered proves conclusively that Major Ed wards must haye been upon more intimate terms with the bandits than I should like to have been." "IIow about the assertion that Jesse James was a better man than you ?" "Well, I have no doubt but that from Major Edvards' standpoint Jesse was a bet ter man than I ; further than this I have nothing to say, choosing to allow the peo ple to "make their own comparisons." "Do you think Major Edwards will con tinue this controversy further ?" "I don't know, I am sure, but I rather imagine that he will take a tumble to himself and drop the thing. I have no desire to have any trouble with Major Ed wards, and don't propose to if he will let mu. payne's reply to Maior Edward's appeared in this morn-1 ingTs Sentinel, and the probability of a reconciliation between the gentlemen may be judged from the article itself. He says : -"The editor of the Sedalia Democrat jer mits his gentle passions to rise because of a paragraph in Wednesday's Sentinel, reviv ing the old and oft told story that he had been presented with a gold watch by one of the James gang while editing the Kansas City Times, and says that;if the editor of the Sentinel means to say that the editor of the Democrat ever received a watch or anything else from Jesse James, that the said editor of the Sentinel lies, etc. The Democrat then explains that the watch was offered but refused, not because Jesse James offered it, but because the editor of the Democrat is not iu the habit of taking presents from auybody. This is clearly a distinction without a difference, and we cannot for the life of us see what the Democrat editor gets mal about; for, to our mind and perhaps to the mind of a good many other people it was not the alleged acceptance of the PRESENT FROM A ROBBER, cut-throat, highwayman and outlaw would compromise a citizeu. but that the being with on such excellent personal terms a character of that kind as to be offered such substantial tokens of friendly regard. If the editor of the Democrat is ashamed of the excellent personal friend ship that must, according to his own ad mission, have once existed between him self and Mr. Jesse James, deceased, then we are silent; but if he is not ashamed of those warm personal relations, he ought not to consiler himself slandered when they are mentioned by others, for should he persist in doing so some reckless fel low might write him down 'a ass,' and then he would boil over in earnest. Then a challenge would be sent, a hostile meet- I have a reputation to maintain Ull tne lOOt. j . sllllimer Miserv. homelesness and I don't propose to disgrace myselt by The State Sportsmen's association meets , (iStrruCe is the supposed cause of the sui "i, uu "nail vi. 1.111 ivn.u. j in mis uuv iic.vl . uue, anil 111 uiuci iw "u j cuic. riic ooughi the inorpiiiue aner ar- "But will you make no reply to him j ready to meet the crack shots who will at- ! r1v1nr xtvai -At vfstprd:iv pven- ! ing in some deep wiidwood be held and a j couple of 'high line shots' be shot, much1 , to me terror oi sum mnoccni mutr uinut-.s as miHit be twittering in the leatv branches overliend, INSTANTLY KILLED. Another Victim of the Cruel Cars. 1 A Coal Miner Killed Hear Lex ington, this Morning. I Another man has been suddenly swept i ... . . into eternitv bv the crushing other household has been suddenly filled ! with grief at the horrible death of husband and father. In another column the Ha zoo tells of the sad fate of Conductor Quigley, and scarcely had the account ol his death been written before tho wires Hashed the'fol- lowing special dispatch to this office Lekinv.tov Mo., April 17, A freight train on the narrow' gauge ! ioor.; wot 7VWlr tl,lnnrn.l.T.:. V.... "TiYtT" ..i. ... i ' ing for Kansas City, containing a let of 1UUU. i IIIZ. llUi A W ff V V -' w " J mri iU.r im r "U,K making a running switch, a s 1 .1 1- C 1 1 their work a few 111 1 1 V1 I 1 "' ' mile west. in sudden motion of the train threw Thomas Groddy, a coal miner, off'. He fell under the car and was killed instantly. The car was derailed. J Groddy's age is forty-five. He leaves a , wile and six children , F Ci Loomis ' There is nothing to be added to this til- I egram. It tells its own storv and many I will read it who know not the victim of this sudden jar which cost him his life and left wife and children without a sup- twtrt I Iia Mivnint;nirp will soon up for . gotten ov of the chapt to-morrow f difference The Ford Brothers to be Hanged on the Ninth of May. OUiApnu. iwi. wwi- .,v. Joe says indictments were found against the Ford brothers this morning for murder in the first degree and that they were brought into court this afternoon ! when they pleaded guilty and were sen tenced to be hanged on the 19th of May. ARE YOU MADE miserable b y indi- oss of t sestion. Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of u ' - - i Appetite, Yellow Skin? JShiloh's V itaiizer ?".rr""r: . . .. .. , V is a positive cure. -rtr ci n n- !l drlimrn; c l m H. Martin's Defeat. A nrptlir.tpd by the Bavaio. the election j 1, i i 1 " C... 1 S .1... ' jjgjQ ui .jounson couinv, oaiuruav, tor mc 4 office of representative featof H. Martin republican candidate the democratic nominee A special to the K: 'burg, received this afternoon, says t".31 LSparks' majMity, with .leherson township T f lit' 1 I If till N S ,V1 11 rr. 1 1 1 1 7 lill 11 1 ..v-r, -r ;. . .. j lowusaip win ihwcom: tucui.jui7. ! tend from other places, the isaher ana kj. j. vraiuiau. t 1 j a 1 j 11 inose wno reau itasonij a uu , : . .. . - , i . . j .... .. k: rMin niimmsiou ine uoor was iouiiu 10 oe erof this day's history, while . - v V " ., events win oe awaueu who m- y wr , . . 7 i " 111 - I I. ka M O 111 I 1 I I III!. KLLlllI 411 as to the past. ' 01 1 " m-i W ill lams, greenback-! i ;1i1;w,t - "4 vmnm woman irivinrr h '....., n.;iL L-.,.a.i ti.:.. .i struggle for lite is nuiugurated. In tact, ' ..r.fi..frAr , tn .Samuel Sparks, . t-. , i- . .i k. , . 0 , , 'A f' llpnfi.. tlMii.:lr . these brothers begin where Jesse .lames ' ... .ltll : n,,lieoftf,!a nrM. . , worKeti ai u cks noiei. rciieii wnai i am writing last ,gi,t held a meeting and seiecteu ; The BAzo.'s account was lumished by a are ."renuentlv found thus frozen together, ' ff ,at ouce- .ut tllme wni s,l0W "!e mirP0e 1 i-ient to show the merits of his invalua- i eight members tor practice, irom which j reliable gentleman, and is probably cor- COvered with a laver of ice deposited subst-' and power ot this new gang 1 hese death , ble preparation , even though there were watch presentation; niimber lour will be chosen to represent the frpftt. !,...tiv. TUr.; n... ti, f... ' avenwiy arc backed by the entire con- tU ' ,,, .u:u 4,. ,w.,.,. I'll . J.1 . i? I . . , . - f f , , .-11 I 'I V . ..V...1V., -1 - I 1. Ill V . Vl 1WUI . . , . ., . , 111. WlllCl OUUlLt. lltUl T 11IV11 JkJ. L. 1 . hed about that? club at the state meeting. lhe lollowing -. , , . ..,. jsutuency ot the James tamily in Jackson, , v,ni;,, . PPirrtillA twimm.v in one breath that Uhootists were selected : W. K. Thomas, j Nevada s New Opera House. ...r- t, wMi.i ..i Platte, Saline and Lafayette counties. ' tf ui.i ti. ,nv ti.u presented him , A. R. DemOSeV. Ed. Small. J. 1. . 'iirAuv n Rivnn ronnrtor vittni V- ' ..; l.:i- 11.. i... . r i. Cham I lied, and in Maior. John Kullmer, John Skinner, h. h. ' v.nH. and in ninmnnv with Joe Schreiber. :to.i .,t.,i.t-i... . ,.oti,i. fi... He Never Told His Wife Until i f.. u ;,.Af,. n.A.i.f.w : - , 1 t l riLviLii o iniii u.iiTiii iin iili:i iiil 111111111" lii 1 nr 111 v riitiii . Liirtu rr , l 1 1 Tr Jt is also proposed by the club to build a operil house, which is to be ojened there I whose veracity is bevond question; and the sent to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La., of patients restored to health and hap club house tor their meetings. between the 1st and 5th of May, by some 'phenomenon "is certainly possible." t about three weeks since in a letter a dollar I uiness through his instrumentality. ui miawH.i.i;.... ..... -V ... 1 1 w t h 1 1 f-tnnoitriAi ir niir 1 w i uji 1 m LJiai IIIC IJll.-.t.i 7U LUiv J l.i."? ill HI chosen as its representatives at the state tournament, lour men who are among the i hnest crack shots oi tns west, ami it win oe ; ""Jr."."1, 1 - p ..y i , . iiltllH'.i klOv f rat 1 XX llMTIt ThOlll ibis .lune meeting win oe largely ai- tended, ther . 0 - -0 . - - re is no question, and Sedaha it that the visitors are treated j will see to w white' T?o-tCTxrovt-Vi T?iTTT3-hprmcr Facts woi th Remraahermgr. Most eminent physicians give testimony tti'it i no rw:r -licui ruin iiiimi'm rMiiiri- . i . i i i. . . . i r . m . ....... ...v- -j.., - - .-..w-. lor all torms ol blood-poisoning, whether inherited or contractea, is ackc rs moon Elixir, wnicn gives tone anu vitality to the system, throwing off all evils remov- ing pimples, scrofula, rheumatism, etc .Sold bv Rard & Miller. . . . . ine Luminous Light. Last night the good people of this city . j were treated to a magnificent spectacular display of a northern light, which fasci- nateti all who beheld it. An aurora borealis is alway interesting, but that of last night was unusually so, on account or its extent and brilliancy. Its bright, broad color lit up the skv and earth, makine nieht as clear as dav. Thousands of people gazed in ail- miration upon this brilliaut scintilla- tiou from the wild wastes ol those ice bergs and mountains in the far distant north, where the merrv snrinp- tinjp is j . - i o never known and sunshades are never worn. The light was seen in all parts of the i .i . i i. . i r .i. country, as ine iciegrapn columns oi ine Kazoo will snow. Skin Diseases Cured. 1 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, healthv and beautiful. Also cures Itch, Barber's" Itch, Salt Rheum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head. Chapped Hands. Sore Ninnies. Sore Lips, old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores &c. . . 1 . . . 1 ......T . ctrrv lircPlCIT K 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 Fraziers Magic unit ment and was cured, by a lew 7 3 i ( . . . . ...wuiT i'w.h.u .ii.v. skin diseases ever discovered. i?enw oy mail on receipt of htty cents. II FVHV .V I . Nn A I'mri'iM v., ' t , For Blind, Bleeding,ltching or Ulcerated i T-. m . . "r aucci, j-icrT 1 luih. Piles Dr. William's Indian Pit v Oint ment is a sure cure. Price by mail $1.00, ?or y druggists. WAS IT SUICIDE ? l..A.A.J. Ueatn OI a irroSHTOXe at lue t Rockwood House, Neva da, Yesterday. She Swallowed Twenty Grains ofjAn Interview with Prof. Nipher, ( Morphine, but Claims Not With Suicidal Intent. The particulars of a death which seems very much like suicide, and which occur red at the Kockwood house, Nevada, yes- dav afternoon at 1 o'clock, were related to - ... i .i a Bazoo reporter this forenoon bv a gentle man cognizaut with all the circumstances connected with the sad affair. The deceased arrived at Nevada on the il o'clock train Tuesday night from Fort Scott, Kas., and registered at the Kock wood house as Mis uessie jdnes. sho ,,,, tlP ,urk Col. Harrv Hamlin . M M SflM Uflll 111 I I Kr 111 1 1 llllll 11 111 licit i,-v w ' r00m at once, and her request was com- j plied with. She had been within but a . . ... ... 1 few minutes, when she summoned the por ter and sent him after twentr grains of mor phine. The drug was purchased for her, :ls n0'one connected with the househad the ieast suspicion that she contemplated taking her own life. . . . . , , , The drug m her possession, she closed l,he do! ani an instant later swallowed he entire twenty grains. About two hours afterward, the porter happened to pass the door, when his attention was at tracted by a faint cry. The proprietor and clerk'were notified, but on try ins to .STILL ABLE TO TALK, 1 1 i.Ai..iM 1 illlil Sdiu aiicuiu "ui ianc 111011115 '- , - , u ju oche. Irom which she had been suffering. t . ------ j . - 5he hntl no THK UNKNOWN NEY0ND. At the coroner's inquest, last evening, it was learned that she was a prostitute from was learned that she was a prostitute Irom . a . r. . . St i i rort 5cott oy tne name oi rnoeoe .jones. S hp Wflc nriASIH Ilierft I3SI Slimmer Or .ni.narn.t.inftii;ttMl TIip wnPRil " t ..v-vj . . - .. ininr;sion is that it was suicide, tiiouirh slie insisted to the last that it was not. - - i ' - - j mornliine taken last night. .She claimed t from Xopeka, Kansas, and said her .1 IT . . -! w. . l rnotner lives in t.iay ueiuer, iaus;is. rne has been identilietl :u; a waiter girl who and . :i torniprfedaiian. iook h Joot at the new . i . 1 1 1 11 rst ciuss coiii ii3uy ijifi yei ucicrini iicti uii- on. The structure was erected bv Mr. Harrv Moore, the leading drv goods merchant of oods merchant ot rly $30,000. It is arr'i n t cfnropnnmi: tie town, at a cost of nea Tf I a -a 11 two-story oncK, wun eiegani siorerooms beneath, and the opera house proter is the ururaiu, aim iuc J"ur' " handsomest of any in the interior towns in the wesl r. Moore has spared neither pains nor expense in the manner ol con- strnctiou, and has qiven to the people ol xevada a vlav house of which anT rouug city might feel proud. ' i . a . . . inn i i . it i... .. ...... ... - iinn . i ... gl uaa a .".cuuug uaairitjr ui aim til seating capacity of 1,000, and in essitv 2.000 ueonlecan ?ain ad- 1 ; case 0f necessity 2,000 people can gain ad- mission, including tne tallerv, Ot course. The floors s are raised both above and below, i any portion of the house a good he stage can be obtained. ills are papered in a style never .and from view oi tne siage can De oDtainen. r -i 1 he walls are papered m a style never , exceneu, aim on mis leature aione .Mr. , M00re expended $700. The two chande - j hers are perlect beauties. and ui i . i . i J cost S250 the masnihcent sum ol 0 each. Kut by lar the haudsomest j partis the stage scenery, painted by Mr; ; Thomas Harrison, who was the artist with j drop curtain at Smith's opera house, and I .Mr. Ihomas, ol Kansas titv. 1 hese gen - ' tleman are thorough masters, and in secur- ' inir them, Mr. Moore was indeed fortunate. Everything pertaining to the house is of the finest quality, and when all is com- pleted it can salely be called ' opera house of this section. the dandv 1 .ur. 3loore is maKintr arranremenLs to . . i - , o - run excursions from both Butler aud Fort Scott on the opening night, and the chances j are the house will be crowded to its ut- : i uiubi uu m;u olcusiuii. -lolr. Moore and his estimable wile, the Bazoo is under obligations for sies extended. courte- Down to Death. From the Las Vega? Dailv Optic, of re- 1 nt the horribiC death ol i-.rmer 2 bei?llan 18 IearnJ- , . 1 he story as told by the Optic i-o the e?ect that C onductor Tom Quig.ey, run- 5in on. Km, rantle division of the oanta re railroad, while ndm? on a snfnial i enzine . ... I - . . 1 . . I 1 I 1 . i Las Alb ! the overturning of the engine, rnnnine- m a high rate of speed, as it was making a ; short curve. j In the account, from which the above is j ..-v. i.iKen, ii i Mateu mat iuigiey once kept a j ,!, 171 1 , s e. v lftoun where and when .mum nut w: icaiiicu. ii i? prooaoie inai , there are some railroad men here who . remember him. He is spoken of in verv i I, . rrl. 1.1.. . l. lC4U,a me jiupcr containing me? aucouni 01 ins aeain. "HACKMETACK," a lasting and fra- it perfume. Price 2't and 50 cent, grant For sale bv all druggists. ... ... " Y.fl . 1lft.r 1011 W I1IIT1 -1 llll VwllM'lII U"JV Til idea how much ol a dose she was taKing, s0 :is to produce a whirl; il a whirl hap-1 " r . 1 ,tL'i". stitute, and we theretore ?ent a reporter and never realized that it might result fa- pes to be formwl (which is a matter Gf Je JamtN jteatii, annuo otner to the huildiinr. We are now able to tally. j ,re chance,) so that the hot air begins to ; ? ,lh extJLV.i .Vl W 1 f ! ' ' & information on the sub- V. i. - .i l . ' . . i w-liwh tltfcv will iiut with h :im iil'lii P . xnrouKii uie eAenioii ui me nnsu uu, ; inniiei no throusii tne cooler air in me - . m- i lect. oaseti on a nersonai review aim j she lived until 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon, j vortex, f " :,s .no;v" ,in Ji .. 1 - t,; .V examination of the premises, when her spirit took its flight to U-E have thk kuinnin; of a tok.vado tlns p1." .V . . i Our reporter found Mr. Richmond in . VnTIILM) AfrUTTT .1 I. -.. 1 X- i ItUUl lilt UW'" vr i A StMMrial disoatch from Nevada to tlllS i cnAu -nifl ti-iil tnrm in thpnnnpr tmrt 4fili J i,re Ien tO llieir UlIUIl step.- aim me niir iivirrir iwimi'Pil nmnvnf ! is r.ik, ..i i Ma cawici tr ; 1 i iiiiiii iit v 111 c 11:1 i i z i i ;i i i i : i i i m i i m x v .resulted iu the de- mornimT Kansas Citv Times savs on thelrtor ....nrlv nnmnh finnh,rp In, creaking less binding on murderers, a , , nurn f.nilirrvillA1I ;fu o-la I 1141 vriMlilli mi mii iivviiiwviki i'kiiiiiim . - i i i i j UUI r iiiui i.vb ic ilk i(ic vi kill-' ''i ,pflf.,i luuvn .1,1c o-:i!l tlik Tiinm- . , ,i AV i.Mnt... :.... : lelt on. and they will be hunted and i ,j,. i.QO irom arrets-1 ; ntn tii t Ti.irtv-r.v., r.ii nf : - i i.: hounded a persistently as he was. Were! r.. o:..x i I I I . IX I T 1 " I .1 I xiliiia lain;, nior ' wiucn nau oeen oruereu out oi iimo ti nnvpnt ire mno nnrr tho cn. r . egas to meet the Topeka special at house. The vortex, it is true, forms again. 1 uquerque, had been suddenly killed by and it does iust as much damn ye ns it did A TIMELY TOPIC. rr m t.. rm,, nuw luiuciuuca jji. xiictu Which Struck Browns ville Originate. of Washington University, St. Louis. Prof. Francis K. Cipher, in charge ot the scientific department of Washington university, St. Louis, was interviewed yes- terday by a Post-Dispatch reporter as to l.i - . i .i 1 i .1 T . tne scienunc tneory unueriymg me origin of storms like that which struck Browns - ville, Mo., and which have been t such frequent occurrence throughout Missouri of late years. He said: "The iroier name lor storms like that at 'Brownsville yesterday is tornadoes. 1 l!m 1 Know, wn-v I,ie :,re c;u,eu, hoiigli they cause ju,t :f mnt clau - alttiougu tney cause just as mucii damage. i The cause of these .storms is ultimately due M cause oi uiese Morms is ummuieiy uue a - r . . - . to ditierences ol temjerat,.re in tne air. This theory is based upon observation ami also upon mathematical calculation. Prof. herrel, o! the Coast Purvey, iiascalculatdl the velocity in a whirl with differences in temperature, such as are frequently ob served, and he finds the velocity due to the unequal difference in temperature suf ficient to produce the effects oberved in a tornado. TORNADOES ARE MOST FREQUENT I.VSIRIN. A X I E A R I. Y SUM M ER, or in the late autumn, and occur in nearly alleges when the temrature at the sur - lace ol the earth is unseasonably warm a m These difficulties in temperature are more' nintnnn ntwi frro-itor nt lirtnfr til Mil III mmer, when the surface of the earth is bout warm everywhere. 1 he c:rcum - nnes which may usually produce a tor- I ....lv llall. .I.. f 1 1 ' . A t II 111 tf.t llA.t lll .1... , r A.ti... : 1 1 in mm 1 -it:- ilii 1 uuiri iiu iiuw vc. liiai 1?.. 1 ... -in'-.... ;i COIHlllIOIl M UllSlilOIC CMJIUilOI mill. 1 . f .. ..i;L-.ltr tr. ..rn, 'Ph.-v mv nr . 1 10 w rv.T -a - I mnv not fume in collision with each other Whether this whirl will develop into a tor nni0 or not depends sity of the original i then upon the uiten- sitv of the original impulse ami the it rl Ilia oriirinnl ititmil fiinJ lli utkI. exist- i ' , - i ence Gl the unequal! v heated strata ot air. . i ,,. i.- r.. .. i. .i. U hon tli.i ff.rifi.f lQ tn l' rnrmui t Uilllll illl III IIIC inlltJIll, I liliCA III' - riimmrli MiImnPi'.liL-u ttmnl ;i t"?ll f vill V 1 1 W kiiv m.MM w a Oi temjieratiire i these phenomena are not so much exaser- " i ated l he ettects are more 1 damainsr hill vcountries.hecause of the waters collect . ed in lanrer quantities in the valleys. Hail krmiP throu-n out :it the ton of tlu vortov -frequently fall down into the feeding winds I ..-. --I" below and are again carried in. It two such stones happen to touch,thev instantly freeze together and as many as half a dozen j - ,iww vntarrI tr. oro -itIioiI ,rU iuatil- - - - . 1 "is there any human airencv which could oreaK oue 01 meae voriicea 111 nme 10 pre- vent its doing anv damage?" I I. C 1? -r "in general 1 would say it would be en- J tirely impracticable. The whirls generally " J 1 .1 1 . I " H . . . . . w ."f , 0rm m the air and develop in such a large ;si-,i. th:it when thpv romp down nwr th SIZC lHUl WI1CU lUev fOUJ earth thev are entirely u apparatus for doin- it is mmanageahle The not usuallv avail i :lbe at the right time. It is therefore verv , questionable whether it could be done in .;nv clli:Q i do th tornado usuallv travel?" . - . tienCttlllV 111 a straight hue, aud have antB ovenlv distributed over the en- . tin- tatp. On thr dnv nt ihp Lnrslilitdd ' r .T. . . at ti i.t si0nu there were eleven destructive whirls, lwo 0f which were at leat as large and violent as the one which destroyed Marsh- , oMe nf them passed up the vallev of violent as the one which destroyed Marsh- I i;eld One of them uassetl tin the vallev of . . - . .... , Kinlev creek, just south of the MarshtieUI 1 slorrn' : the other originated in the south - J er ,.,rl f Morgan countv and destroyed Rnmpttvvillp Tim traptc nf luitli nf iIim. tornadoes were fullv as wide as the one at Marshfield." "Could a storm of equal magnitude ami ? violence with the Marshtield and Browns- ' ville tornadoes rushim? through at'itv like -St I ouis do it :is much damage :ls these I .Hi! v" "Well no Mr It miht lift tho nmN nfl of lionctx: in the (riitr:il nnrt tlu V ! itv lint it u.iillM nut iilrtttr rv covn iwr. ! ..; I haps a few unsubstantial buildings, down . v , w... . . ft.wfe ..Iff., .-1.,. I rv . . r;K. t.i ti i.ti .;.. .i.Vtmnt.- i v.iiiiivi. an nit wnii iiiii iiiniiivir wi i citv crowded with dwellings and other i nte litrht strnrtnre it wnnhl ho onitf Ii. I able to do iust as much damace to life and J . - -P property as was the case in Brownsville or ry Maixhfipld Thi hitfpr hu ildings in the town howpvpr. r.mld Imrdlv bp imrmn. 1 nentlv iniured. The reason fortius is that ! a stoutlv built bouse is generally strong enough to resist successfully the force of the tornado Thus it occurred at Marsh- field and Brownsyille that a few large brick buildings directly on the track of the tornado were blown down, but more fragile frame buildings immediately behind them ; escaiel damage, simply because the i I 1 1 Br-,- hvii-w ' uiiv.i vii. n Kill ill . itV. 1 : To-dav. at Died. I 1 '.'Ui n7.lniL- .1 i vT.itl. ; v -, . . t M-.rw v nuun ti. 111., in . .i(i ill , sedalia, liiiant daughter ot K. S. and Adda L. ost, aged one year and tweutv- jseven tiavs. I Funeral to-morrow at the family resi- t, between Sixteenth dence on famine street I lr .1 . .. .. anu oevenieeniu streets, at 11 o clock, Kev. : Sham otticiatiuir. j SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY a j positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtherea and Canker Mouth. For sale by all druggists. i ii noiiib kiiiu ix w . 11 viiv iu -r i m i via il n. i t. iicvii ik ui" iiuuii in Mifiiuis iiun u.isiiui" ihho tnu , , , . 1 . .-uuut icii cuim nil ii . uu uiuuiiu lottl 1I1MM, In flu. crritwl l.nr no... !v ;l"-'re:,i llIt alc UPUCi u mnu. t t j 0 FURIOUS FRANK. i Like a Sleuth Hound He Will Fol I low the Ford Boys Until Jesse's Death is Avenged. fiiere seems to ie no doubt that Frank ' James is alive, and that he is seeking the i death of Bob ami Charles Ford. The fol- 'Mill ill in uu mm v i is- i win. i ut i lowing dispatch as a special to the Ka ! City Times, is highly j-ensational and ansas 1 no ,miht trne . The smoke from the revolver which laid .Jose James low has cleared awav and the ; consequent excitement has partially died i . ont The cenler 0l attraction connected 1 wiln tjie t raged v is neither the editorials , 0f inCendiarv John Edwards, the outlaw V w'uovr lim children, nor the pot which holds him in Kearnev, but i transferred the St. Josooli iaiL with Uhert and Charle i Ford withiu its walls. Alter the momciit lhe lieopje ovore.l mn the shock, and - -- - 4 - - j . lne people i 5 vcl satisiact : vcl satisKM'tioii which accompanied the hullet's errand, it was conceded that the " simple spilling of one man's blood would 4:ousl. lm: fe-A of everv man connected , w:ti, the takimr oflf the leader of a baud i i of outlaws which Italv would tain blush to reconi'e This powder nver varies. A marvel of puritj, I i . t . -strength ami whoIfmeue. Mre eeinomicaltha lour correspondent has come into a , theonlhuoy kimls. and cunnoi besohi incompn knowledjieof facts which pos-itivelv estab- lion with the multitude oflow tebt.-s short weight, : i:..t. .1... ..ti.-n... ti... 1.V...1I- 1...,.. Ut-t ...1. ot the dead outlaw, is at the head ol a movement which has lor its aim the ex the termination of every man whose name is associated with thi death act. It is known l . m m ul.t P 1J.kBil- rltW MM.wlhl t 1 1 t kl T it ll . 7 o.-"c " , T 1 ' i- ..... tmi. ...i.-iil tfitli him nniF tli'it oti tft k same uav .irs. .1 unrs wem tw ivunw . r V Yoterdav I " I ! Til iik. .... ' i 5 . his mysterious visit, tolloweu by hi . : 1 - Mv intormant states tiiai nit u.ini; which Frank .lames will - t-il-. tli 1 ,ca, is recruited from that eetion of f country in tne iiouri .i - t l... ,i ii.. . r::i Norris. Jim Uauirhertv, .John Pomfrev. et Ut I ! .... ., being comnosedot the same ma tenal, , nicked up tiurinj; his residence 4 '.u fim in Viw Mexien cm :i sheen " " are never to No matter what ? Mrt nm ' hnr k nn . " .-.. io;J".' "wv- , i their advice or assurance may be, or now . 1 IS '"i"1 ( iovernor Crittenden, thn rouuh t Warrensuurjj, Missouri, attorney, Huchauan twenty times 810,000, it will not purchase in.!" yset one I'euc'etnl moment or oiesseu ingm. , . y w. m ah the "itorinants " v. racker rseek ; ..I.I I I. I.. - . f IT.. 1 , wgiiu i i iiicKer """ p"l,, 'l"" ,,luu,,wi ,nS anJ low, who have hung on tor glory, i are narked These persons are not all to . . Mi- K I. Hult win. Iivp ump OtittTii:m a 1 .1 . 1 bill, lie was atlvis-ed bv man mat in .T..I-... I I .1 1". :.. .I.rt. Af....K i iickci u;ui u.uh .pii.uuv i ic niiin-u drawing of The Louisiana .State Lottery, and he drew his money by express. He was careful to say nothing about it to hi wife I ?1 l. . 1 . . . t ....... I .. ..?-.. ....... until he tound out he was a lucKv man. This is the sixth time he has invested, and once before he came within four or live numbers of the capital. LTolt's haul is a Mo., Democrat, good one. JlarvviliCj March 28. Small-Pox. This dread disease is committing sad i havoc at Hteh Point, fifteen miles east of I i .rii. 4t. i.. .1 I i.. .ri. I Versailles. A head v there have been eisht j deaths, and others are lying sick. High j Point has lieen quarantined, and every precaution is being taken to prevent the t spread of the disease. precauti t snread of the disease. ! PILES 1 PILES 1 PILES 1 ; A &ure uure uouna ax ljasci No One Need Suffer. A Mire cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by Ur. illia Dr. Wiluanf, (an Indian remedy.) called Dr. William s Indian Ointment. A siHsrle box has cured the worst chronic cases of 25 or 30 vears standing. JS"o one need sutler live minutes after applying this wonderlul soothing medicine, Lotions. instruments and electuaries do more harm than "no'l. Williams uintment absorhs n , l the tumors, allavs the itching (particularly :it night after getting warm in bed,) acts as k I m I. 11... I . I . v . . . . :i poultice, gives instant and painless relief, UiinerimT' from i . i i . r.i .!st 1 ii win . - , . , .. . .. au is prepureo oim lor pues, ncmug oi ine private parus, aim lor nouinig eise. Read what the Jtlon. J. 31. Lothnbury ol Cleveland says about Dr. William's Indian . Ointment: I have used scores of Pile j ures, and it anords me pleasure to say inai 1 ,I5lve never iouiiu auyuuug wuwn gave such immediate and permanent relief as Dr. William's Indian Ointment. For sale bv all druggists or mailed on receipt of price, $1.00. Henry & Co., Prop'rs. 62 Yesev street New York, For the Penitentiary. Sherifl" Conner, accompanied bv Doc t Graham, left thi morning with two pris oners for the penitentiary, both of whom were sentenced during the past week bv T...l- tl I .1 I J II lie XvYISlIltl. Cornelius McHenrv, for grand hucen goes up for two vears, while Jesse Beck with, for robbery in the first degree, goes j for twenty. They left at 10:30 for the j state's prison. " titp rv? irirn ir thavpd ..t Kourbon, Inu.. savs: "isoth mvselt and wile owe our lives to SHILOH'S COX SUMPTION CURE." For sale bv all J druggists. i POWDER Absolutely Pure. aium or pnosniiaie iowuer-. soui oni- in cans. .Ioeph Volk-il.Iatt, Ails;. J2, HS1. What a German Newspaper Says. We Germans arc in general not in- clined to believe at once m irreat an ! nouncenients anti pufls ; we are rather WIIWnilMlll TIIlll III IMTI A llll llliri l-M ! I'l f 1 I . 1 ' . , , , 7 . , n. u ' nioLiii i, iini tut oe see me ueart I.jl iiitfji.i ...k 1111 I liiiKiil.vltA ilt.tm. til rAi. , aiIU w c V1"" TnJ c , .uiwui ijuhk? ami naiM- iuciij. iiu was our idea when we heard and read 3' till lliilU ll. .-V. UU UlIIWUll . , , , , World's Enileptic Tn- .so much aljotit Dr. S. A. Richmond's 114.1 11 IV V. A ll- Wl 111IM1 7 I V.V1 ' him, and not onlv answered all his ? questions, hut slioveI and explainel everythilljj aiJOllt the place to him. , TT. e nils oiuct: i on me urM ihmu ui iiit i and its walls are covered 11 U wtn thousands of photographs of gen . . tlemen and ladies restored to health by .! 1 J M, Joseph. : miif -innrr lii'Ht with tilt lift lu ttiiitiox- ; and no friends to assist him. Ke rental a small oHice on Francis ti eet, anil commenced the struirsr e tor success He achieved ;.,ri..l.niliH,i .m.i i011. - - "PI - ' ..... . . .. triun,pht iu the f.u.e of stub- . boni opposition on every hand, and is t , of wealthiest men in our r o fi.it fu u;rr tAn.on.L - ... I These letters are open for inspection at I 1 ... 1 -. . ... i i. , ms omce, anil liretiuires two cierKs to attend to this branch of the business. Dr. Richmond is a livir be imitated by all young 1: i . k a disposition to reach eminence in the world bv dillisence in the use of their own exertions, and besides the enioy- ; ment of the prosperity which .-urrounds him he has tho satisfaction to he re garded a human benefactor. i wn8Qro juiock me aiumny. 1TT1 j . , ru m I Thev enioy a citv council in Sedalia. i ,.-KCa.U tt. tl, which lor the disregard ol the amenities I of life, is without a parallel, save at the j occasional stormy intervals of our own council It is not a graceful or a dignified i position to take for one city father to rise and intimate that he will knock the stuff ing out of" another member of the same ! honored board. We occasionally knock ' the stuffing out of our councilmen, but we Slo it quietly, unostentatiously, and at the i ii proper time anu piace, generally on or ; about the first Tuesday in April. Kansas I Citv Times. i , . A NASAL INJp:CTOK free with each bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh .Remedy. Price 50 cents. For sale by all druggists. Hard on the Mule. young man who was plowing with a ! l,,., pair ot mines near uonzaies, lex., not ago, observed that the on mule was inrr frini i u.'nltAn imut (t tV iiuf iniutivii ii, tt. w ll Liin principle that mules have no rights which thejr ow owners are bound to respect, he paid no turther attention to the matter until evening, when he noticed that the nearer mule was drawing away as far as possible from its mate. A closer inspection re vealed the head of a rattlesnake sticking out from the straw collar of the afflicted beast, in which snug quarters it had prob ably passed the winter. i Did Not Want to Bat Feathers. j A foreigner stopped at Sichers' and at ' the supper table began to play fearful i -ii ii i it.!. navoc wun a piaie oi naru ooned eggs, scooping out the yolk and leaving the white untouched. Just as he was devouring the tenth one, the waiter remonstrated with him, calling his attention to his wasteful- ; ness. uood gracious, man I he remark- - ed, "you would not have me eat ten vites. would you ? Der volk is de der vit'es der tedders. Do i vants ter make von great der chicken and you tinks 1 bolster of mv stomach?" FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver com plaint, you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh's Vitilizer. It never fails to cure. For sale by all druggists. I C111V. w . j -