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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1884 31 , la isaZOO c Vt Gfcoswnr. Sfri'itakB liSr SUBSCRIPTIONS! fiy.'Inclndlng Sunday, per .year..... $10 00 icnduy editien, per year, r... 2 SO Wv,"3klyt5i nurabors.per year...,..... 1 00 pally, deli vared, per week. r 35 KEWS DEALERS -'Jegularly pplfed at 3h cents per oqpy. . All subscriptions payable in advance, and Jecontinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO SEKD MONEY. ficmittances may be made by draft, money xder or registered letter, at our risk. Give s$offlceadilrss in full, lncL.4ing state and S3tyrand address J. W&mJ GOODWIN. Sed&lifc, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOfr SEDALIA. MO. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1884. FOR PRESIDENT: " G ROVER CLEVELAND. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. CLIFF JACKSON'S CAMPAIGN. The canvass has now progressed far enough for the voters of Pettis county to fairly judge upon what grounds 'the man who laughs" expects to be elected prosecuting attorney. In his feeble way, he revised an old speech of his brother, and, without varia. tion, repeats it wherever he can find listeners. His boast is that, by hook -or crook, partizan feeling will be so inflamed by election time, that deni ocrats will blindly vote their ticket. Hi3 only hope of election is basel on no other theory. The Bazoo shall again and again appeal to every man upon whom the burden of tax paying rests, to calmly consider the situation. "Do s grow on thistles ?" Do you ex pect a conceited youngster who is un able to formulate a legal arguement, or draft an indictment, to successful! v contend in the criminal court on the -side of the people against lawyers of learning and shrewdness? Do you ex pect advice to the county court from a cranky boy ? Will an office which regulates and controls, in one sense, the business affairs of the county, the enforcement of the law, and the pay ment of immense sums of money in criminal fees, be acceptably filled by Oliff Jackson ? Is he a student ? Did he ever successfully try a case in a court of record ? Is he level-headed ? Has he any tact or judgment? Is he not vain, prejudiced, hot tempered and foolish ? And was not even bis nomination brought about by chican ery and trickery? The interests of this county are in the hands of the democratic party. It can elect or defeat as it cbooses. Which will it do? After election day it will be no longer a question of bo w the prosecuting attorney votes, "but rather vhat is his ability, zeal and courage. On the other'side, the republicans are to be heartily con gratulated on their choice. They .look a successful lawyer of training -and unquestioned ability, and made him a candidate. He did not beg for the nomination. He does not need an office to provide him with the means io buy swell clothes and exquisite jerfumes. He is himself a tax-payer, and a conservative, prudent and care ful man. Tke office is absolutely safe in his nands, and the Bazoo cannot believe the good citizens can be so far lost to -their own interests, as to let political prejudice govern them at the polls. rWe tfeei deeply in earnest in this matter, and beg our readers to con sider this whole question as becomes .diem. to hear the clarion note of thi3 blood less, but none the less hot, contest, with unblanched cheek ana un manned front, is the highest and grandest display of heroic qualities man can possibly possess. On the field where Mara revetem the groan of the dying, the hiss of the spiteful bullet, the shriek of shell and shot; where all that is savage in man is stirred to reckless daring, and brute courage sways the battalions like "a reed shaken in the wind," it matters little to the battle smoked warriors what next shall be required of them. Thinking bayonets are not wanted. But there is another plain on which rages a constant, uncompromis ing, incessant struggle. It i3 barren of flags, resounds not to the roar of belching cannon. Over its surface rushes no splendid chargers ridden by richly uniformed generals surrounded by glittering staffs ; the groans of mutilated human beings break not forth in appeal to Heaven for mercy or human skil for succor. And yet, what a struggle this is ! What pushing, what rushing forward to some coin of vantage, what anxious scanning of each move, what toil, turmoil, tension of muscle, rack ot brain, these fighters endure! In this conflict, he who falters is lost he who springs not forward is hurled to the rear, To-dav he eained a vic tory, and he fain would halt by the wayside, and in the shade re3t his the court of common pleas; in 1851 he was elected county judge. He was then a Silas Wright democrat, but his views on the slavery question caused him to join the republican party at its formation and he was an ardent supporter of that party up to his death. In 1861 he was elected to the state senate, serving eight years in succession, and for much of the time he acted as presi dent pro tern of that body. In 1S69 President Grant appointed Mr. Folger United, States sub-treasurer in New York City, where he remained until elected judge of the court of ap peals in the fall of 1870. Gov. Cornell designated him, in May. 1880, as chief justice, and he was afterwards elected as such in the fall of the same year. In October 1881, Judge Folger was confirmed as secretary of the treasury, and in 1SS2 he ran against Grover Cleaveland for gov ernor of New York. He was defeated by a majority unprecedented, though not owing to any lack of personal or professional weakness on his part. Judge Folger was a man of great natural and acquired ability, of spotless character, and the embodi ment of honesty. His death is a national los3, Americans will ever revere his noble character. With equal pace, Imperial Fate Knocks at the palace, as at the cottAge, gate. passed byany, man and the petty op position to him before his nomination, has spent its force and died a natural death. Mr. Heard will receive more votes than any candidate on the ticket Last "Wednesday ex-Gov. St. John made & speech in Chicago, in the course of which he paid his re spects to Senator Logan in the fol lowing language: "Twenty-two years ago, in Polk County, in this state, I was indicted under the black law which John A. Logan was largely instrumental in having passed, for feeding a negro. To-day I could not be indicted in Illinois for feeding a dosr. Yet the John A. Logan of then is to-day the candidate for vice president on the republican ticket. After he had the black law passed he changed, as men will chause, and fought against the cause he had es poused. I wish to cast no reflection on the general for his action then. I am very much mistaken if he will not soon be found working in the prohibi tion ranks." A GOOD MAN GONE. RAILROAD RACKET. How They Work and What They Do, as Learned by Report ers of the Bazoo. There are several cabooses and nu merous box cars undergoing repairs at the K. & T. shops. James Cannon, an extra gang laborer, of Denison, was admitted to the hospital yesterday with intermittent fever. The Missouri Pacific passenger trains for the past few weeks have been crowded with travelers, and the management are happy. The hospital corps deserve great credit for the scientific manner in which they handle patients. They very seldom have a death. Homer Poundstone, of the Missouri Pacific blacksmith force, has been laying off for some time past in consequence of an attack of fever. J. B. Wadleigh, division freight agent of the Missouri Pacific at Little Rock, and C. V. Lewis, division freight agent at Se dalia. were in the city yesterday. T. L. Holmes, train master on the In dianapolis & St. Louis railway, has just been appointed to the same posi'ion at Houston, Texas, on the Missouri Pacific system. The yardmen say tramps are getting earc in box cars. Whether this is oc casioned by the fact that cold weather is coming on or a fear of the vigihnce of the officers is not known. Yesterday the excursion train which has been running on the Lexington branch, each Sundav. to Brownsville, was taken off, and will do no more duty unttf next season. Probably the largest excursion which h?s btn given over any road in the Unit ed States went over the Nickel-plate to Niagara Falls a few days since. It con sisted of thirty-seven car-loads, containing over 1,S00 people. Globe Democrat. Chic&f o . Alton j 33 C. B. t Q...... m j 2V Ofan(le 12I H. & St. Joe ..... 331? St. Joe preferred....... rsxs Missouri Pacific Northern Pacific .Z. Chicago &. Northwestern yu? New York Central . 1 J Rock Island 1 t umun r-aciac .., W ftbfisli Western Union Telegraph. 6654 Chicago JIarkeC. Chicago, Sept. 6. FLOUR Market dull; not enough doing to make market. WHEAT Market opened staado, fell lc. clos ing about inside prices; September, "7K7Sc. closing at October, iQXfifeOc, closinz at 73c; iNovemoer, 8081c. closing at 80; December, 32KaS3:. closinz at 82 &c: No. 2. aprinj: 77a78; ho. 3, 6263c; No. 2 red, 81. CORN Market active, higher; demand very ae- uve, nueiuauons nem anu unusually reported as an instance; cash corn declining from highest point reached 1 V$2c at m4st intensely shorts, anxious to cover, bought freely, upward "tendency being as serted, materially by shaap demand for chash which was he'd at fair premium over September; market opened stronger, eased off", then rose raD idly; September advanced llc, October 25-gc, November, 4c, then declined llc, closed ife higher; September and October He higher than yeateiday: cash, 55$58c, closing at 56c; Sep tember 54(i58c, closinc at 56c; October 52(3 52 closing at 53c; November, 464?c, clos ing at 4&Kc; year, 4112, closing at 4lV May, 4242c, closing at 4242c. OATS Market dull, easy; cash. 25c; Septem ber.25'Zs252c; October, 25J$&26Kc,closing at 26; year. 25c; May, 2230c; closing at 2ac. RYE Market steady at 54c. BARLEY Market farm at G7c. FLAXSEED Lower at Si 30. PORK Market dull, speculations holding off; cash, SIS 5019 00; September, SIS 00gl8 25; Octo- September, closing at 5 Jo(j December, 57 35 BULK MEATS Easier. shoulders, S6 75; short ribs, S10 0; short clear SlO 60. BUTTER liuiet. EGGS Matkei steadr at 14l5c. WH IS SY Market quiet at 51 12. fuiei. snaae lower; casn 51 iso($i ; S7 3 7 32 October, 7 357 42J, t 3; November, si 3U7 sift: Senator Antnony's Funeral. Providence, B I., Sept. 6. The funeral of Senator Anthony was solemnized at tbe First Congregational church at noon to- dav, and was the occasion of the gatheing 5. words. "In the world's broad field of battle, In the bivouac of lile ," he who would bear his colors to the front and plant them on the works of the enemy, must ever be ready to meet the question, "what next?" without halt or fear. 4No mac knows what a day may bring forth," and enemies lurk by the wayside as .1 . savage as tue Indian on the warpath, as cruel as the Bedouin of the desert. And with peculiar significance'does this question come to the young man just stepping into the arend of life's FOOTLIG-HT PLASHES. Items of Interest to Play Goers from Everywhere. hours of the fan.era': Emblems of sorrow were displayed from many shobs and yari ous parts of the city. Ths arrangements were uider charge ot W. H. Counidy, sergeant-at-arms of the senate. The doors of the 1.0 Jlrke. St. Louis, Sept. s. FLOUR Mai set unchanged. WHEAT Market active, lower, closing lVic below Yesterday; No. 2 red 79iaS0c; cash 79 8ic; September, Sf.'J0gS2c, October 83KS4;c; November S'G'i; December, I'Jc; pear, 94K(5;94; May closing at li.side figures; No. 3 red, &3j70c, CORN Market opened higherc cash and near by options then declined along the whole tne; closed &z below yesterday, except for Septem ber which is c higher; 49449c cash; 4949c September; 4Tg4Sc October; 40j41Jc Novem ber; 3GK37ic year; 393Sc May, closing at inside prices. OATS Market held ufnliy but very slow; 2c cash; 30c Mav. RYE Market better 52 BARLEY Nothing doing. LEAD Market dull at S3 35. B OTTER Market unchanged. EGGS Market unchanged st 1212c. FLAXSEED Market nrm at SI 2S1 29- HAY' Market unchanged; prairie, 13 009 00; timothy zVt 00&13 25. r BRAIs Market unchanged; 52(a53c at mill. CORNMEAL Quiet at $2 40. WHISKY Market steady at SI 11. PROVISIONS Dull, unchanged; only small job The general convention of the Chris tian church of the United States, con venes at the First Christian church in St. Louis, October 20. Over one thousand delegates will be in attend ance, and some very important ques tions will be brought up for consider ation. One of the leadine sources of difference is baptism, and the Central Unntisr. fnlfP5 npqcinn r rnmartr fliof Bishop Pierce", senior bishop of the the substitution of sprinkling for the r mm -m I - Methodist Jbpiscopal church, boutii, real old genuine baptism, has created t,-j j T..i. died last Wednpsdflv after n linear- a vast amount of confusion in the weuneu uuuy uuu uieu uiuiu. jjuu o i rA. . . , . "what next?" startles him like the 1U mnes3 at oparta, era. ie was Tiri yell of the Cossacks, as they rushed regarded as one of the ablest men in To-morrow Maine votes. Unless I of lfhe representative men of nation and . -L . , tha i,r,i, 0,i t,: j00il !! i, ,r . , . . , state, such as was never equalled m this over the snows of Russia, upon the lue cuurca ana nis aeam win oe Name does better than Vermont has c?lv a Sundav ouiet prevailed in the eagles of France, and the answer must deePb' regretted wherever he was done, the public's confidence in mag- central pwt of the city, many of the largest T?nar PIflr.D notiem will ha co.l,r ekaton business houses beiDg closed during the oe given m aeeas not in simperiug 1 ""f Jiiaa.u was oorn in jreene county, Georgia, February 3. 1S11. He graduated at Franklin college in 1S29, and began to study law, but entered the Georgia conference at Macon in 1830. With the exception of the year 1S34, dur ing which he was stationed in Charles- ton, o. kj., ne laDorea in tne regular on to-morrow night ... ... . -w i . i n mm nnn i ministrv in UlS native State till SbS-y. Geo. D. Chanlin will bp JanaiwrriPlr . 1 , , . vv-. -" lcuai cuK.N-i.asn scarce ana nrm , ,i . . Uinori con oracers, ana a large delegation irom various ic higher wnen ne Decame nrsi, presiaeni or me iocai oodies. As tne Georgia female (now Wesleyan) col- hls Dlav Nadfeska to Modieska. pae in IVIap.nn. W inle hprp he priitpri I c ill.. j himo fmm hi: lta KcUonno . uuiiuuuuii uu uFa tumuam , . white. 7&43c m m - m m fc 'fc mt m - m m m r T r mm m m tm Art e-m r m, A. I . M I . jointly With r. rendleton the saS at L.OUisvuie, ivy., tnis week. inaiucuiAriuur euieieu tue siae aoor COFFEE Fair; rio dull, easy, 10c I mm mr mr . I VI'I'IIIII ! J IIUC1 II TT wm , rrm II T"l F1 C mwm n A m "Southern Ladv Book" In 1S4S Vm. J. Scanlan appeared in Detroit, TTrXG; i i", " " boutbern u&aya ttoo. in 1Mb Michi the la3t three ni-hts of the nasJ th! Fn,Ited States sate and. o:her. d.,s!l?- I r 1 1 orrQ IvanrrriQ onH nnnrinnaH m I Panlma T.nnno Inn nnnn Z mi T-.UI I . . . . . rr l J conflict. What shall I do? What WEfi , . common T , , . , . that office until his election to the lVJ recoverin? Irom aa lutlammation of lon table rested a beautiful cross of tee i inp inrnai. i i . ... , , pm- i c ro&es ana pinKs to wmcn was attacnea a episcopacy 01 tne general conierence sol Smith Kussell will amuse th symboHc floral ancho. There were other st i i j-t r i tt I .1 I. a - t I r 1 Til n r I . n t rr m . in i n nmntic ivq in Arvj. l n rr I luk tueairtrwoerh ui v ,011111:; 1 riiiin; n?n mspninnpnt nnra nnonncrc ha romoinc 1875 he resided at Sparta, Ga. He ! . f, E&.S&.iKS'Sf waa the author of "InoidenU of engagemedt at Burlin-ton, Towa, com- ' cjjwej l- Eev . Anmurtw Woodbwy 'mAKlUL Western Travel " pdlted hv T O meneing next Tuesday msht. ana LHaplam Huntley, ol the United btates osvc bid, 59c asked-October, aaiea at 6ic; No- iTcokcm J-iaVvi, cuucu u; x. v. - senate, who nrocpedeii with them dnwn tb Tember sales at te bid 63c asked: Ttmhr Summers T1857). - J u & KJ mJ UIAa A. J l W IIIC1ILI M 111 III I A a . K ueau, wmie me eoiemn ana expressive 20. 2 soft c. strains of the "Dead March in Saul" float- COKN Market quiet, strong; cash higher, others JVew York nttrket. Few York, Sept. 6. FLOUR Market duil. church were thrown open to the nuhlic T .T r 11 111 1 1 , r. auuniy auer ii o ClOCK, ana snomv aite. WHKATrn,i,:siin r.nwiMJ bOVernor tSOWne accompanied by his Staff, tjon3 lell &l:, closing heavv; No. 2 sprin? S7c: uion uoucicauit appears at Cincinnati, ei-governors, state omcials, and a lonffpro- u"siarvf' 'WJ1 rea sazc; jno. Ohio, this week. cession of past and present members ol the SSSSS: Lillian Browns Jollities plav at Clin- ef.13laturf' fiIe.d inl the miin eQtrancet M bushels ,at nXWc, closing at wc; Novern- loiiowea oy tne judges ot the supreme, uusuw-at-xsc. ciosingats.'c; lV' 'iy Tr ' jj?-"I1.1, December, 94&91. A , w, 4 , , WU1W? xcuciai LUKLasn scarce ana hrtn; options opened 1 Iuiuucio, auu a laigc ucicyaiiuu iruill various tS"- iiigner, itii usck ifj-,oic local bodies. As the bells ram nnt th ded 607c: rejected, 61 c; ho. raurice Barrvmore has at last sold h mi : in k i i . r 1 1 i I'll ih i ill. i mains ot the lamented senator was slowly ceeembei, o7535c, closing at 5Sc; Mar, 54c. 9 fm U ; - i.. I OATS Market wpak- nv' wpstrn ' frt-i hite, 3743c " accompanied bv Edmunds, president of PETROLEUM ilarket quiet, steady;, united, -sepiemoer a'AM nnfo;nr tii. M cluing at 65c: October, 63M53c, closing at RlJm Tn may I be ? How be3t can I use what ever of powera of mind and body I possess? Avenues of honor, profit and worth open before him. He is eager for the fray, he throws down the gauntlet with the defiance of a Regulus, and awaits the onslaught of all opposition with the serenity of a mailed knight. Aye. he turns crusader, and sallies forth to conquer the infidels who have swarmed into the holy city. But, doe3 he know what is next? Here he won a fight, and he thinks the enemy will meet him no more. But the sound of the battle has scarce died arway, ere he hear another challenge, and the struggle i8 on again, as hot, as savage as ever. Has failure over- mm taken him? What nest? ring3 in hia FRPENTINE Dull; 3I31. TALLOW Stead vat t 7-166Kc. EGGS Firm at at ISlSc. LARD Market weak at S7 75. LEAD Market duli; common, S3 52. H.RnsH City Market. j axsas Citx Sept. 6. The Daily Indicator reports : TrriTTP VnrVor Hull V1m 1 Mr InaX Tanni t ei... 1 . ... . I T t o,- . ei ' -i-ouiae ojivester piays a tour nights V1CA5J awcv. mua. outer, panior 01 t . Isilsaon lake3 mud baths ever? d Carlsbad. She is evidently preparing meet some adverse criticisms this season. Kor nnlri hlrvnrlPfl onminol npor Wt I Jr. I. Barnum and Wife are 2t Wierde- aA ttQ t1J ,BaamWrr a (t ua nominal; No. -i mixed eash. sales at 424: Seotem. the treatment of Jonah Noe, who has JK" T" JZSTZ "t po..tedU cancel, sscKofemtoob. ?oXc Mke5;7Sr just been pardoned out of the peniten- Milton Nobles, begins a three nights' oration, aiter which a hymn was suns and J? No- - whit mixed at rejected, 36c .. . . . I . -rt. er i: ir ir . J t T I tiary by viOV. Unttenden at the hands engagement at uunaio, j. x., io-morrow tne Deneaicuon pronouncea oy xev. iur. Ot the people Ot Harrison county, an- company. remains to Swan Point cemetery, where nexes the bakery. He was sent ud Lawrence Barrett closed a two weeks' lnej were interred. in 1879 on a sentence of twenty years, eADg?8?mfInl San F"nci8co last night. , . Artistically it was a success, but a failure ior Kiuing a man ne saw at nis corn financially. Died Hor Cholera. Philadelphia, Sept. 6. Wm. Moran, a j packed, I2l4c; common and poor 6(&c. OATS Lower? cash" 22Kc: September. 2lc bid. 22c asked; rejected, 2ic. ivo. 2, 4lc. MILLSTUFFS Market unchanged. HAY Firm: fancr Small baled S8 00: lareft. S7 50. ' FLAX SEED Quoted at SI 16l 18. BUTTER Receipts lisht. eood demand for srood: buotations; creamery, lS2ic: finedairy 15c; store iV. Li. 1 J i I l x; -n . . i i r ..I XUIliiU) cnoonemgnt, wno provea IO De a i fime jivans, ciossa a lair weeK's vA- .,kK Al EGGS-fibod demand, hijher. 13c andled. mAAW. .f,W frnm at St. Louis last n ght, begins a 2 f ..v " K!S "-3 - "'Vfa Boot's onMiomant at Whoa nn W Vo , nguimg a prairie nre. JLioe pieaueu io-morrow nignt. WHAT NEXT? Tt was Emerson who said of Na poleon that the man of destiny never disked, "What nest ?" To him there -were no Alps, and the Simplon Pass ??as made. But there has never been out one 'Napoleon, and we mortals of Tnore common clay are constantly confronted by that hideous inquiry -which never disturbed the proud man of Corsica, in his imperial march from the little island to the Tuilleries. What next? comes to -each of us who are desirous of push ing on from one conquest to another, or who gaze timidly upon the battle sield of thiB life a3 the cohorts of unmet-duties wheel into line and bid dece to our prowess. To meet this demand in an unflinching spirit, &o .stand each in-his appointed place; p-uiltv. and the indcre. without inves- Henry Avelimr, who was Frederick i.i ... "KaiiUK mo WJO lie CUUUIU. liuuusa- hTc ontraaonipntc horo will ivKnn? fhocoma ears, inspires nis drooping spirits, r w . 1t ,-r& . . . ' L r r i ' I or fha ohniTQ nonolftr A ffrvr. Ana I nrvmttnn tni; epaann. . j . . I V. VWW MV 1 W W W . V T AJkAVJL U V W I X nerves his arm and urges him once I if.r tt0. I W. S. Gilbert denies the troth of the more to the fight. This, if he be a J J , t iL . " . ,T : description given in 2ew York papers of . .,,.7 i concluded to do something in Noe's Sullivan's new opera. 2Tot a word or a A dispatch from Philiipsbury. N. J.. 2 60, ! swine in that place. says the hog cholera is playing havoc with CHEESE Quoted full cream J. . i tr j o voune America. 10c. POULT Y Hens S3 00; spring, chictena $1 25 10c; flats, 538c; youns iJKUUil UUKA 236. SORGHUM 25c. PROVTTl.N'S TMplmncrewl- rli-c t moat a. Xiao xaieu v-ix uau. 3noumera, isc; wear siaes, lie; lone clear loiic: Wheeling, W. Va., Sept. 6.SalIie Imes, "SMmffen ?E-i-safcnM w ,iaa. a young girl living in the family of her j sides, lic; rib sides llc; clear sides,' 12c: sugar uncle. Jonn iviartelson, ot uaidwell's isun. JB8' "c P11 Da59?-i ooneieai . .. .... . - i nnric. wzn ! p dir. s TnMs h.n naar thic mlr? esa tq T q 1 1 tt hni-ri an f hn I r ' 7 - 1 T . . UWW .U. 1 VtaJ AMt.-.r ill. What next? "Sire, there are the LARD- 8C Choice tierce lard, 8)c; half barrel lower Italy. HIS GABBER CLOSED. 1 1 1 3 i. Z 1 i nnla ic wriffpn oc trof Maggie Mitchell refuses to play Sun- G Chicaqo, Sept. 6.' The Drorers' Journal reports : weak and 10c lower; rough pack- nn,,-tfn. ; :M XT : ' p.- this afternoon near Onarda e station, and in-25 506 00; pacimgand snipping, 95 uo 55; rrrrr xT :xTr g?i ?age, . was aad fejas5 86 .. Alps." "There shall be no Alps" 5- day evenings. She was offered a guarantee and the Eagles of France swept into eTt?' waa not thls done that her houses on two Sunday evenings -r 1 n mi . 1 wnn 1 1 1 w w rvr 1 m 1 n n t n u u n 0 raniBOi 1 - 1 ww ww good ' ' taie express struck an East Princeton stage HOGSr-Market we rison . Vlct?f Ctpo,1' lie m??h PUed Frecl1 this afternoon near Quardale station, an'd Ins 5 506 oo; pack Struck a Stage. Worcester, Sept. 6. The White moun- n n mi i i . xorer mere ougnt to oe a many smitten consci county, on account or tne outrageous ol maue auca a cnoice,- Wm. Colton, tbe driver, fatallv injured. Hon. Charles J. Folger, secretary L ri,- i referring to the recent report of his be - I ktcatujcuii ui Luia mail, uuu. aiuiiiic l .n(iai good to choice shipping, 56 0U(6 50; common t medium, ?4 505 80; range cattle steady; Texas, Of the treasury, died at his home in m:nf3pJ flH -up WRB fVia-hrpnpd intn r i j j Indications. SHEEF-Market strong; commoe to fair, $2 50 (Wvr N Y Thursdav afternoon 7 . ? fnghtened into -Aimee re urned from England and Washington. Sept 6.Lper Mississippi 3 co; medium to good, g 254 25. geneva, JN. I., nursaay aiternoon confea3 a cr me he never commit- France August 31. Her English-speak- an(i AnAr; vit?pH . vSHn ih n.itC- rr ..... at a few minutes before five o'clock. i? comedy wwill open SOon, .and be- porlion, parti? cloudy weaTher and VUy P S1 : e Such in brief, was the news of the 8newmDeseeniQ local showers fn the northern part, south- The Live Stock Indicator reperts : passing away from earth of one who Pettis county furnishes the candi- -Fay Templeton begins a four weeks stationary followed by lower temroaturi Lt? 35 00(35 30; feeaers, 84 2o4 65; cows, 53 W3 50; grass Texas steers, S3 25Q4 25. HOGS Weaker and 5l0c lower; lots averaging 171 to 253 pounds at 5 606 15; bulk at 55 90(3 5 95. SHEEP Market quiet, unchanged;S3 003 50 foe MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. 3Coi New Yoax, Sept. 6. ley Market. reaped a large share of the honors of dates of this district for congress, engagement at San Francisco to-morrow higher barometer. &. , , r , ' nieht. A private letter from John Tern- this life, and whose tame rests on no Hon. John . tead ana Judge Y. pieton reports the business of the company Authorized to Resume. nnsffl We foundation. S. Shirk. Since the latters nomina- as heing very good. Washington, D. C, Sept. 6. The Second Charles J. Folger was a native of tion by the republicans, his friends t2 1 JNantUCKeu uiasa., ana was ourn ukvb ciaimeu luul ntj wm uta on i next Weanesuay nient. xne comDanr has I aumonzea 10 resume ousiuesa. April 16, 1818. When a young boy Mr. Heard's legitimate support Jmre4eU JdrS he1 TfcrSed11 ms parents removea co ureneva, x. ana tnai a numoer or aemwrew wm St. Louis the past week. Y. , where, as a boy and man the vote for Shirk. The claim it is not Frederick Warde begins his season at dead Geneva high honors, in 1836, and three years ticket when a candidate for any posi later was admitted to the bar of the tion in this county, and it i3 safe to supreme court at Albany. His ad- say lhat he will do so in this rac6. vancement in the law was rapid and For every democrat voting for Judge brilliant, and he soon took a front Shirk, there will be two republicans rank among the lawyers of the state, supporting Mr. Herd. Hia personal In 1844, he was appointed judge of J popularity in Pettis county h unsur S4 S3 de- GOVERNMENT BONDS Quiet. RAILROAD BONDS-Irregular. STATE SECURITIES Dull. STOCKS Market strong. this city October 13th. l,Oh, my dresses." said Aimee, clasping her chubby hands. "You should see them. - mmM . I and my banio I It it wasn't bunday 1 I'm I .iMnafl" going to sing darkey songs in the play. No SSS! more urencn : not a syuDie. jjon't you Fours l 20 think my accent American? My little Missouri 6a - - l 02 Tim.? rnntan try in TTyannVi w.a . I Ol. J 06 W... 1U3 unaerstanas me." I central Pacific....... ...... . mm X . X kkya Kansas City Wool Market. Kansas City, Sept. 6. WOOL Missouri unwashed; heavy fine, 1517c; light, fine, 1720c: medium, 2022c: medium comb- ing, 2122c, coar3er 1720c; low and carpet. 1215; Kaasas and Nebraska heavy, fine 1216c; light, 16 18c; medium, 1820c; coarse combing, I215c; lovr.snd carpet, 1013c; tub washed, 2S32c; dingy ana low, ys'c. Memphis ttett4n Market. Mexhis, Teiih., Sept. 6. COTTON Market steady d 1 10c. 3few York Wopi Market. Jew York, Sept. 6.. WOOL Firm. rnoderatelV actiTe:domeatic fieeca 3240c; pulled, 18a34c, Tixas, 14322c. St. Luis CcJiton Market. Sr. Louis, Spt. 6. COTTON SCarke td all at 10.