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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AP11IL 3, 1883.
.4 THE JAMBS BOYS. They Were Visiting in 1880. in Kentucky There is a libel suit now on trial on trial in Louisville, in which George B. Hite is plaiKtiff and the Courier Journal defendant. The Hiles, it will be remembered, are related to the James boys by marrif ge. They have lived ii various parts of Ken tucky mostly in Logan county, st a place called Adair ville. Mrs. Sarah E. Hite, wife of the plaintiff, was on the witness stand on Thursday, and testified to the following among other things : Q. Were you acquainted with Jesse and Frank James ? A. I was ac quainted with them. Q. Where did you first see them, and when ? A. At Mr. Hhe's house. The first time I ever saw Jesse James was Christmas eve, 1880. He came to Mr. Hi it's that night. Q. Was he alone ? A. No ; Dick Liddil was with htm. Q. How long did they stay ? A. They left some time Christmas night -some time in the night. ' Q. When did you next see them ? A. Iu March, 1881 ; they came to Mr. Hite's house one night and left the next. Q. Who did you see that time? A. The same two Jesse James and Dick Liddil. Q. Did you ever see them again If so, when and where? A. Yes I saw them again in April. 1881 Jesse and Liddil and this time Frank James was with them. They staid only one day and left, as on other occasions. Q Had you everseeu Frank James before that time ? A. I had not. Q. Those were the only times you ever met them ? A. Yes ; I never aaw them except those three times, ne day at each time. Q. Did these men visit the place by your consent or against your wish es ? A. Without my consent and against my wishes. I did not kuow at any time that they were coming. Q. Did you ever enter a remon strance against their coming ? A. I did. I told Mr. Hite thet he ought to stop them from coming there ; that they would get us into trouble ; and he did stop them. Q. Was there any one living at the piace except yourself and Hite at that time? A. My father and mother, and Clarence and Wood Hite. Q. Did you see much of the James boys when they were there? A. I did not. I saw them only at meals ; they staid up stairs in the beys' room daring the day and went out at night. Q. Were you ever there when the detectives came there looking for them ? A. They were" there once when three Nashville detectives came bv the house. I think it was the third time I saw them there. Clarence m Hite came out from Adairville about r daylight in the morning and warned them, lhe detectives rode by the house and returned, but did not stop or come iu. Q. Had you or not any" personal intimacy with Jesse James ? A. I had not. I met him at meals ; that was all the acquaintance I had with him. Q. Did any correspondence ever pass between you two f A. No, sir. Q. Did he ever take any liberties with you ? A. He did not. Q. Do you know Ed K Moore ? A. I met him once at the Beauchamp house in Adairville, where he had an interview with me. Q. What did you tell him in that interview ? A. I told him that Wood Hite had killed that colored man, John Turner or Tabor; that I had left home because Wood had threat ened to kill me and I was afraid of him. The reasan he wanted to kill me was because he was afraid I would tell on him for killing Tabor. Q. Did you tell Ed R. Moore that you left home because of jealousy on the part of your, husband ? A. I did not , there was uever any cause for me teliitjg anything of the kind. Q. Did you say to Moore that if 'you had a friend on earth it was Jesse James ? A. I did not ; there "Was no reason for me to say anything of the kind. Q. Did you tell Moore that if Jesse James was there he would kill Wood Hite? A. I did not. Q. What was Moore's physical con dition when he was talking to you ? A. He was very much intoxicated. The noxt witness introduced was Silas Norris, the father of Mrs. Hite Q. You are Mrs. Kite's father, j.re you not ? A. It is so said that I am. He then in answer to a question de tailed pretty much the same facts of the different moves of the family s, since Mrs. Hite's birth. Said he did ft not remember the year of her birth, but that she was the youngest of five children now living, and was about 25. Q Did you know Jesse James. A. I knew a mau they said was Jesse James. Q. When did you meet him, and where ? A. I met him at the Hite mansion, so called, on Christmas day, 1880. Q. Who introduced him to you ? A. He introduced hims-lf. Q. What did he say ? A. He came up and shook hands with me, and said : "I am the notorious Jesse James. I hope we will be friends. So long as you keep my secret, we are ; when you do not, death will be your porfion. Q. Did you know any of the other bovs ? A. I knew Dick Liddil. Jesse James introduced him to me, but bv another name. I have forgotten what the name was. Q. Did you ever see Frank James ? A. Once ; in April, 1881. Q. You lived at Mr. Elite's A. Yes, sir, some time after my daughter and Mr. Hite married. She said she wanted her mother for company, because the James hnys would be coming there some times and she was afraid of them and we moved out there. Q. What was your daughter's con duct when the Jameses were there ? A. Well, she staid in her mothers room nearly all the time. Q. Did your daughter have any correspondence or secret meetings with Jesse James ? A. She never did. BOWEN OUTWITTED. Client Who Took Advantage of His Advice in a Way He Didn't Expect. Kansas Cit3 Times. Whilst the papers are recounting re miniscences of Tom Bowen. the senator-elect from Colorado, some of the pioneers of Corydon. this state, re member him as haviug practised law here when the town was yet in its in fancy. An amusing anecdote, which is well vouched for, is related of the future senator, who was then a lawyer in embrvo a sort of legal fledgling. One of the wealthy and prominent citizens of thi3 place had a misunder standing with his wife, which hnally resulted in a divorce and heavy an mony for the injured fair one, cul minating in the almost complete bank ruptcyof her husband The peculiar feature of this case seems to have been that the woman had quietly us ed ner nusoand s credit to ner own advantage without his knowledge, and made a large number of debts which he was compelled to pay, while she had so successfully secreted all monev and property that notLing could be found, and re was compelled to pay all her debts. This result was obtain ed through the adroitness and finesse of Tom Bowen. Mr. Bowen thmisrht he had earned and well deserved a handsome fee, but when he went to his fair client for his reward, she re plied with an arch smile, ' Sir, my husband pays my debts." The shrewd woman had outwitted both her hus band and the lawyer. The Hedge-Hog Husband. Kindness is a good investment at any time or anywhere, but in no place does it give better returns than at home. There, above all other places, is it bread cast upon the wa ters that will return a hundred times in the love and affections of your fami ly. If a man does not possess the hearts of the little ones that gather around his fireside, he is a hundred time3 a bankrupt, though he owns stocks and bonds, and lives upon the interest of his wealth. It would be tjme wasted to attempt to paint the loyalty of a woman to the hedge-hog husband. He knows that if his o-vn parents should disown him tomorrow, and misfortune over whelm him. he could still find a pil low for his cares on the bosom of his wife. While we appreciate that no thing is gained by reasoning with this creature, there is some satisfaction in letting him know occasionally that the world is watching him. A Picture trom Life. Franklin Pn.ss. Take a young man, a tali voung man, with a small hat, a long face, a lengthy nack, a short body, a pair of long and slim legs, with arms to match, and both arms and legs larg est at the extremities, put him in a Seymour coat, encase his legs in eel- ski pantaloons, with sufficient bow in the legs to give passing glimpses be' ween them of the mashed. and as tonished world that lies ahead of him as he walks : cram his flat feet into poiuted shoes ; tie an eye-glass to his lappel ; give him a delicate mustache and a cane to play with and if there be a grander sight under the canopy of heaven, we bpve no time to think it up. Perhaps a monkey with a tin tail comes nearest to the phenomena. Hale's Honey ot Horehonnd ana Tar will arrest every ailment of the lungs throat, or chest. Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one minute. For the skin Glenn's Sulphur Soap. GOT THE BILLS MIXED. And Hence the Wrong Person Got the Doctor's "Rebate for Kisses. Chicago Time. A little child, the pt f the entire household, was taken sick at a fash-: ionable boarding house a few weeks ago. A young and handsome phy sician, who was the medical favorite about the premises, was called in and brought the patient safely through its illness. Later on he sent in the bill, which was for $15, with a rebate of $1 for kisses." The fond mother re garded this as very neat thing and a delicate compliment for her child, and proudly exhibited the document to her friends. Where the kisses came from and who contributed to the doc tor's enjoyment, the bill did not state. The mother supposed, as a matter of course, that her offspring was the one meant, but some of the boarders shyly intimated that explanations were iu order, and that the osculatory mystery tion wac taken up and discussed until it became a subject of comment, about r fit onmmpiif. nhniif the whole house. The inuoceni mother continued to exhibit the slip of paper, and one day brought it out in the presence of a young and quite pretty maiden who had lately been on the sick list. "A rebate for kisse3," she exclaim ed, when the matter was explained to her, "why, isn't that nice?" but then, and she paused while a frown aj- peared on her face and au angry flush crept over her cheek. Some emotion was strugling for mastery. The flush deepened and she shook her head de fiantly as she completed the sentence. "But the mean thing never cut down my bill a cent, and I don't think it is fair." The outburst of laughter that fol lowed brought the fair maiden to" a realization that she had said some thing dreadful. She had betrayed herself. In the language of the world, she had "given herself dead away," and at the same time let out the secret. The careless dactor had got his bills mixed, and hut for that unfortunate slip the mystery wrould piobably never have been solved and the ju venile patient would have received ! the credit et the medicated kisses. The Pioneer Peck. At a meeting of the Milwaukee Old Settlers, George Peck responded to a toast of "Peck's J-un" as follows: It may be news to you, gentlemen, that I am one of the oldest pioneers of this section, but it is true. Forty one years ago I landed in Milwaukee. I think the schooner struck mud about where Henry Wehr's saloon i now. I often go down there now to see if I can find the schooner that brought me and mv parents and an other threshing machine, and while I often see schooners of more recent make, I haye never fouud the one that brought me from Buffalo. My mother carried me ashore, and mv father got the inhabitants of the village of Milwaukee to help him haul the threshing machine from the landing up to dry ground. My father was here visiting me a few years ago, and one day I found him down at the foot ot Grand avenue looking around, and L asked him what was the matter. Pointing to the river he said : "There, that is about where we lauded," and then pointing up Grand Avenue, to a church spire, he said : "And I think it was about where that church stands that we first got the threshing ma chine where it wouldn't sink in the mud." If father had taken my ad vice he would have traded that threshing-machine off for a dog, and traded the dog for laud in this town, and we would now be rich, I was only two years old then, but I kne!w more than I do now, and I could see that a man who owned land here forty years from that time would have a soft thing. It was a soft thing then, to get a threshing-machine over. We settled in JefTer&on county, near Whitewater, where my father threshed wheat part of the time and children part of the time, and shook wijh the ague at in tervals and had typhoid fever, ind it was one continued round of pleasure. So you see, I am one of Wisconsin's pioneers as well as you are. As you have in your programme so kiudly placed Peck's Sun on as one of the toasts it may not be out of place for me to say a few words about it. It will be five years next month since the paper first appeared here, in a modest way. Its policy is to speak only good of all, and it will try and never do discredit to the city of its adoption, and never cause a blush to mantle the cheek of an old settler. Not wishing to use the occasion to ad vertise the Sun, I will, however, state a fact that can but be of interest to every gentleman who loves Milwau kee, that its cirtulation is to-day 57, 000 and increasing about 5,000 per week, and its business this year will aggregate about $100,000. y keep ing a few hens and sawing my own wood, mod practicing economy that I learned of necessity in the pioneer days when you gray headed men were d - ! inr the same thing, there is no reason i whv the naner should not succeed ! ;u AvnAt.a. fr ;e -a..i ;., ' cry state iu the union and ail foreign countries, and has friends till you can?t rest, and I am proud to say it is doing considerable to bring Mihvau kee to the notice of thousands of peo-' pie who would not otherwise appreei- J ate that this city is the finest of its inches in the world. Five year3 ago j I pre-empted a claim here, a:id here, I shall live my allotted time notwi;h-i standing nattering offers to remove to other cities. Thi is my home, and I desire no greater glory than to live and die among the friends of forty- three years in loved Wisconsin. As each year some of the oid settlers pass away, let tn hope that there will he a duorum of them that will pre-empt a claim on that JSew Jerusalem, and when we all sret there let us have an ..u . !... r l ...:n j . t of the happy days in Cream city. Sensitive Feelings. 4Tlie very next limo I meet vou. . 4tT,.i , " .-n ; i : nYOhtiml iti fiiifr tnnn rr n nucsar. I - J up. "What's the matter ?" asked an acquaintance. You see. I owe the devlish fellow, and he persists in meeting me." "Does he insultingly remind you of your obligation by speaking of it in the presence of others " "No. he never says anything." 'Then what right have you to com plain ?" "Whv, he knows devlish well lhat it is eni harassing for me to meet him, that it makes me feei bad. but when ne sees me coming he doesn't get out of mv way. Why doesn't he leave town until I pay hirn ?" Little hock Gazette. Hop Bitters are the Purest and Best Bitters Ever Made. They are compounded from Hops, Malt, Bnchu, Mun.irake and Dandelion the olilest. ln?st and most valuable medicines in the world and contain nil the best and most curative properties in all other reme Hes, being the greatest Blood Purifier, Liver Regulator, and Life and Health Restoring Agent on earth. No disease or i ill health can possibly long exist where these Bitters are used, so varied and per fect are their operations. They give new life and vigor to the aged urn lniirm. 10 an wnose employment cause irregularitv of the bowels or ur narv organs, or who require an Appetizer, Tonic ami mild Stimulant,FIopBittersear invalu able, being highly curative, tonic aud stim ulating without intoxicating. 2Co matter what your feelings or symp toms are, what the disease or ailment is, use Hop Bitters. Don't wait until you are sick, but if you only feel bad or miserable, use Hop .Bitters at once. It may save your life. Hundreds have been saved by so doing. S500 will be paid for a case 'hey will not cure of help. Do not suffer or let your friends suffer, out use and urge them to use Hop Bitters. Keim-iuber, Hop Bitters is no vile drugged drunkpn nostrum, but the Purest and Best MeUicine ever made; the "Invalid's Friend and Hope," and no person or family should be without them. Try the Bitters to-day. Gentle Women Who Tvant glossy, luxuriant aud wavy tresses of abundant, beautiful Hair must use LYON'S KATHAIKON. This elesaut. cheap article always makes uie Hair grow freely and fast, keeps it from falling out, arrests and cures gray nesS; remores dandruff and itching, makes the Hair strong, giving it a curling tendency and keeping it in any desired position. Beau tiful, healthy Hair is the sure result of using Kathairon. Avondale Herd of Cattle. Young stock both, male and ffmalt on hand. Address. T. It. PIITPE. 2-S7 w tf Brownsville, Mo. LANDRETHS'PIfiPi SEEDS FOr the MERCHANT on our Mmw Plan 1 For the MARKET GARDENER For the PRIVATE FAMILY SEEDS CrOWn Ky ftiifftlwfl on our own Firmt ITBiMbMM IUMCratedl Catatofa sjmI Kara! Refiner FXJEK TO AIX. MERCHANTS, SEND US TOUR BUSINESS CARDS FOR TRADE LIST. DAVID LANDRETH&SONS,SEED GR0WERS,PHILADEJ.PHM HAG BEEM PROVED The SUREGT CURE for KIBftEY DSSEASE-S. Dcen z hr.a back or disordered irriiio indi zr.ic tint you are a victim ? THE1T DO NOT HZSITATiJ; ttso Ividacy-Tvort at cace, (drtrr- "jgiats recoaraoiidiDcndit wfllcjcedily over wi"ottia tho d'seaaa and restore hMlthvnrtfon. oHSac i'or complaints peculiar buUlvSi to your aex, such, aa pain and weaknesses, KI dn cy-VJ o rt is unsurpassed, aj it -will act promptly and safely. Either Sex. Incontinence, retention of urine, brick dust or ropy deposits , and dull draffcinir pain, all speedily yield to its curative power. 15- SOLD BY AZlL DRTJGGIST9. Price fl. My iriend. E. C. L'gard, of this city, used to be drawn double from painful kiilnev disease. Kidrey Wort cured him." .I'xne-- N. Kinnev, dru:;git. A I tuviv uity, ra. , Aug.: zzsi. rS A SURE CURE for all diseases of the Kidneys and LIVER It has specific: action on. this cost important organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and inaction, stimulating tho healthy secretion of tlio Bile, and by keeping the bowels in fres condition, effecting its rcguiar discharge. IIoIqviQ If you aros'dfTering from IwldlCtrida malaria, have tho chills, are bilious, dyspeptic, or constipated, Kidney Wort will surely relieve and quickly cure. In tho Spring to cleaaso the System, every one phould take a thorough coarse of it. 41- SOLD BY DRUCGISTS. PrteeSI. 'ITve ainei 'lit llx. in two nioMlw," writes Mr J.C. Power, of Trenton, Ul , (Dec. '1 and am a well ninn. I've sutlcred with liver disorder since 1852. Kidney-Wort cured iue.'r Strong won! from a New York clergyman: "I unhesitatingly recommend Kidney-Wort. It greatly benefited me," says Kev. C. E. Kembie. of Mohawk", K. Y. HMtoWMBtaha FOR THE CUBS OF CONSTiPATEON. No other disease is so prcvulmt in this coun try as Constipation, nj remedy haa ever equalled the celcljratcd Hiicy-Vort as a euro. Whatever the cause, hc-wcvcrcisiinatc tho case, this rsmedv vrJ' overcome it. F5r Sft U-'Hcwiag com- IUbSmWi plaint 13 very apt to be complicated withcnnstlpaticn. llidney-Wort strengthens tha -sc-cakened parts and quickly cures allkincs of Piles orca vrnea physicians and medicines Iiave before lailed. 42- BTlf yoahavocithcrof theso troubles PRICK $1. Crug!s?s Soli 5 "For 12 yers," writes Lyman T. A bell, of (J iat Vt.t "I found no relief f om piles, until I t: tried eoi- Kiduev-W rt. It baa cured me." THE GREAT CURE FOB. - SO M ATISM As i- - i all tho -nainful diseases of the kid::cys,liver and bowels. It cleanses the svstcm cf the acrid Tvaison that causc3 tho dreadful suffering "which only the Yict-n3 of Hheumatism can realize. THOUSANDS C? CASES of tho vrcrst I'srma of this terriblo disease havo been quickly relieved, aiid in short time PERFECTLY CURED. rr.icE, $t. Liqnu on dry, sou i;y druggists. Or Pry can bo tent by nudl. T7KIYL3, 3HCHAPJD302f : Co., Burlington Vt. i "I had habitual costivenes;, pain in the hack and rlieum itbm," writes S. J. fr'eott. Burlington. Vt . 1 "nd K?(lne-Wor has cured them all " OKDEK OFUBUUATiONl STATE OF MISSOURI, County of Pettis. '.ss. In the Circuit Conrt of Pettis county, Jan narv term. 1S83. The state of Mis souri, at the relation and to .the use of R. 11. Mi 'Sej-, collector of the revenue of Pettis county, Missouri, plaintiff vs. Howard L. Pigg, Nancy H. Combs ami Ch-jrles S. Botiuuon, defendants. Now, at this day c.mes the "plaintiff herein, by his attorney and files his affi davit, sl iegiiu, among other things, that defendant, Howard Ij. Pig?, is vol a resi dent of the state of Missouri : Whereupon it i- ordered by the court that said defendant be notified by publica tion that plaintiff 1 a commenced a suit against him tn this court, the object and general nature of which is to enlorce the lien of he State of Missouri, upon ami against the following described real esiate, situate in Pettis county, Missouri, to-wit: Five acres, the east side of the west half of the southeast quar er of section eleven, in township forty-five of range twenty; also sixty-six acres, heing the south part of the east half of the southeast quarter of section eleven, in town ship forty-five. of range twenty; alo one hundred and twenty acres, being the west half of the northwest quarter and the northeast quarter of the' northwt st quarter of section thirteen in township forty-five of range twenty, for hack and de lin inent taxes for the years 1S78, 1870 and 1SS0, and unless the said Howard L. Pipg be and appear at this Court, at the next term thereof, to be begun and holdeu at the court hou-se in the city of Sedalia, in said county, on the first Monday ot May next, and on or before the sixth day of said term, if the term shall so long con-ttt.ue-antl if not, then on or before the last day of said term answer or plead lo the petition in said cause, the saate will he t tken as confessed, and judgment will be rendered accordingly. And ir is furtner ordered that a copy hereof be published, according to law, in the Sedalia Weekly Bazoo, a news paper printed aud published in Sedalia, Pettis county, Missouri for four weeks successively, the last insertion whereof shall beat least four weeks before the com mencenient of the said May term of this court. Attest : B. H. Ingham, Circuit Clerk. A true copy from the record. Henry Lamm, 3-6 4t. Plaintiff's attorney. NINETY-EICHT YEARS SEEDS SEEDS QH1CAS0 PITTS'. i Ferty-nevcnth season of tho old reliable "CM cago litts" SepanUors, the only first-das Apron M achine now in the market adapted for largo ft small Jobs, horso or Bteam power; tlio onlu Apron lEaehino tunc threshes and cleans tinx and ull train S'fectiu. "Cfcicaico Pitta" Double Knion Hated Herse Jrowrert are the be.t in tke vortd BLACK HAWK A pronounced tucoess in ; lighten draftfuu ett and elennest thresher in gTaiii, flax, and clover. Could not supply tho demand. Order early. Tb simplest and most durable machine in tho market. TRACTION ENGINES The Black Hawk Traction .Hteam Eagii ia the best Portable Eiitrine in the world. With mc mob escpiosice water-. uuw wim, J nolodginy of pediment Tjfc t . i i i i. . "Wctcr circulation topermi. 1 1 is absol u tely safe. Wa&m nearly Q leoo thaa ur other of the same ?iza. m burns straw, coal. orwoqA It Kives more powar "wtm T - . 1 1 T . danger Trom expiostem. luei, mill ('Mmumtmj'mm sena ioc jueecnpttVB Circulars. He A. PITTS' SONS MFC. CO. mh o s, ffrvtn St, CWCACO. THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS PQR ICAMAOT B1AST. For more than a third of a century the Mexleam MmsteaerLlmleMnt has beta Known to millions ail orer we worm as the only safe reliance for the relief of I accidents ana pain, it is a meaieine above price ana praise -the beat r Its Ik lit d. For every lorm or external pain I the MEXICAN Mustang Liniment is without an equal. It penetrates flefth and amwaele to I the very aoae making the continu ance or pain ana lnnammation impos sible. Its effects upon Human Flesh and the Brute Creation are equally wonder- iiui. Tiie .Mexican MUSTANG Liniment is needed bv somebody in I every house. Every day brings news of I the acear or aa awnii seal ar fesni snbiV.-.ed, of rhemmntSe martyrs re storecr. or a valaMe Marse ar ax saved by the healing power of this LINIMENT which speedily cures such ailments of I the HUMAN FLESH as I Rhawm at ism. Swell lasrs, SttaTI Jalata Coatracted Mwscles, Bants! ad Scalds, Cats, M rails es tad Sprains, Pslssasaa Bites aad Stlasis StiAtess, Laaeaeti. Old I Seres, Ulcers, Freetaltes, CMUMaias. Bare iflpples. Caked Breast, aad lladeed every Csrm af extermal die ase It aeals vrltaaat scars. For the Brute Creation it cores Saraiae. Swimay, StUT Jelats.l llvemmder, Haraess Basse, He leasee, Feat Rat, Screw Wans ellew Hera, Scratches, Old Seres. Pell Kvll, Film naaal the Mailt aad every ether allmeatl ta which the aeeaiaaata af th Staale aad Stack Yard are liable. The Mexleeje Mastaaa; T.lateatl always enree and never aiaappomta; ana it is, postaveiy, THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS FOB 1CAN 0B B1AST, NOTICE OF FINAL TlJEMtllT. All creditois and nther i tert'Sied ia the estate of R S Mil'er. docvasf are no titiedthi't tlieundersii;n (l :idnimisrafor of sakl estnte intends to tnt k a final settle ment of said st:itH :it, the next term of the probate Tourt of lVttis Con ty, to be hold en at Sedalia, in t-aid Couniy, St'.te of Missouri, on 'lie 14 day of May, 1SS;. A. S. Miller, Adm'r. H. C. Sinset. A tt ' v. 3-1 3 ;v4t For Sale. t A small farm of twotv crs for ale at S0 wish It Hes jtx inilw southeast of cl?H:i, on th v ir side of Klutercok, in tin ImvisneiglilHirhiwl. Eight" acres in eultira. utrt ami twe. ve aero m good, ouiig timber. A good hue I Idj; )iou.e,Moke house and sttble. Some fruit tnns ami go d wftir. iiandj", good rtnge outside for v.ock. Tin- 'arm is high laud, splendid for gu'iV'diig and a leautiful view. Yu can see the coutnry for miles around. Ad dress, JOHN WINSI.OW. 2--2iwl0t b'ljtH i. t.r call on the Divinises mv05JIi CAPITAL- Those dsirins to maJro moaoy on simt J una medium in esrmcuts m gmiu, provisions and stock speculation, cjuxdo sobvopems imro:! our plan. From lay 1bl 10 TT . ibsi, cotnopresentdnto. oninvest HE AT ?r nt? ot J 1.0Wi. cash proiita have beou realized n:nl oid to in- 5??wV vestorsamoa'itinst03overa cinios aSnll ttle orein"l inv stment. Profits C's'w paid tirsb of every niontu, sfcili laav inc tho orija al iavcciSifent; mak F70n?rQ ins tzionov or payable on deinand. nienrs or vina v sonc froo. W wmit resH)nsible au'ents. woo viB report on crons aud intvodtic th plan. Liberal conunisaiona ncid- v fm H tiED LEMiMG ft IIERRIa,c '3k. SUJw mock, Chicago, JD i 9