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THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1884.
OUR SHERIFF. Mr. L. S. Murray yesterday as sumed the duties of sherifc and will hereafter be found at his office in the jail building. Mr. Murray is a worthy and deserving citizen, and that he will fill his important position with wisdom and efficiency is guar anteed by the fact that his meritori ous discharge of its duties some years ago was more than any other cause the reason of his nresent election bv a handsome majority. Mr. Conner, the outgoing sheriff, will remove to the country to find in the quietude of rural life the rest he so much needs. It is but simple jus tice to Bay for him that no man has ever filled the office of sheriff of Pet tis county more acceptably, honestly and efficiently and he retires with the respect, confidence and best wishes of all good citizens irrespective of party. BOONVILLE BUDGET. Topics of Town Talk in the Vino Glad City. Busy Burglars Amusements Per sonal and Political. HISS RUS3ELI Boonvilie, Mo., Nov. 15. Correspond ent. The enlertainnieut last night at the Thespian hall, of Miss Minnie L. Russell exception, the huest of its was, witnout SHOOTING- AT HANNIBAL. Charles Murphy, a Colored Man, Shot and Killed in a Drunken Row. .from parties who arrived in this city yestercLv, a Bazoo ''reporter obtained the particulars of the kiliin; of Charles Mur phy, a colored man, by Al Gilkey, which occurred in that cny Tuesday morning , The affair occurred in the office of Mas- terson's Hotel, immediately opposite the Union depot, where Gilkey boards. They were both intoxicated. Gilkey waS crazy drunk. He procured revolver, and flourishing it said he was the best man in town and was going to kill some one. Murphy, who was sitting near, arose with the remarks "You don't mean th-tt for me," and caught Gil key s hand containing the revolver. They clinched and fell to the floor and the re volver was discharged, the bullet taking effect in Murphy's abdomen. They were separated and Murphy was removed to the rear of the hotel, where he died half an hour afterwar 1, surrounded by his wife, sisters and brothers. Gilkey fled, but was too drunk to so far, and was arrested at a house of ill-fame in the western part of the city. Later in the evening a postmortem examination proved that the bullet was from a 44-caliber revolver. Gilkey is a freight conductor on the Hannibal & St. Joseph railroad, and is a quiet and law abiding citizen, except when under the in fluence of liquor, when he becomes a des perate character to deal with. He was re cently in an affray in which be and his op ponent each received several wounds from revolvers. Murphy was considered rather a hard case, having also figured in several scrapes. The two meu bad been on the most friendly terms prior to the shooting and had drank together several times dur ing the day. The prisoner was taken to the Palmyra Jail for safe keeping. Mur phy spoke but once after receiving his death wound and then simply requested that he be given proper care. kind that we have ever seen in Boonville. This charming elocutionist was greeted by a large and appreciative audience, the hall being filled with our best people. Twice encored, she at all times, delighted her hearers by her gr ceful renditiou and pleas ing impersonation of the different charac ters she assumed. The evening's program included the following selections : ''Sister and I, Auut Jemima's Courtship, The Bobolink, Her Lettie, Charlie Machnee, Entertaining Her Big Sister's Eeau, Ode to the Passions, Brother Watkins, Charcoal and the Naughty Little GirL" When all were rendered so weil it is difficult to choose frcm them. Perhaps Charlie Machnee was nearer perfect in its dramatic rendering, though ''The Naughty Little Girl" was so cute as to receive the most en thusiastic applause. That Miss .Russell was wonderfully cultured in her art, her recitation of "Collin's Ode to the Passions," demonstrated and that she has a deep and true insight into human character, was proven by her portraytl of "Aunt Jemima and Brother Watkirs.' The stock of ad jectives in the English language exten sive as it is is almost exhausted in writ ing of the entertainment and the elocution ist alike. She captivated her audience and charmed her hearers. The music of the evening as given by Maj. H. M. Clark and Prof. A. Santer we can pay no higher com- , ,. , .,k .u:t, ul m,nfuf it wks abundantlv r. e :. ' .m.:.-. :uf Preparing ior Cholera. The Kan3as City Times, speaking of the probable appearance of cholera in this country, among other things, says : "The cholera epidemic that is raging in Europe is the cause of a good deal of spec ulation among physicians and the boards of healih of the larger cities in the United State?, and it seems to be the general opin ion that this country will receive a visita tion from this dread scourge the coming year, and preparations are being made ev erywhere to thro around the populous cities every pcssible safeguard likely to act as a restriction to its spread. City Physician Fee has been devoting considerable time and study to the subject, and is of the opinion that Kansas Citv should take Dromnt steps to A SUDDEN SKIP. The Cashier of the Missouri Pacific Freight Office Missing. His Accounts Found to be in a Bad Condition by the Auditors. The local officers of the Missouri Pacific have been considerably worked up dur ing the past few days over the mysterious and unexplained absence of Wm John?, the nashier Ht the freight office at this . i if .i ri l I . -P proieci iiseu against me ravages oi cnoiera point, from his post of dutv. The matter and kindred diseases. The disease is par- has been kept very quiet however, and it ticularly fatal in these portions ol the was nnlv after considerable hard work that larcre cities where tenement houses are lo cated, and Dr. Fee is tnxious to secure such necessary amendments to the sanitary code as will cive the local board of health an opportuni y to successfully combat it, in case it reaches American shores. In his last report to the mayor and city council he suggested that additional legislnlion was required in relation to ten ement houses, lodging houses, school houses and manufactories, and after defining such structures asked that laws be passed that would be comuel tue owners. leasees, maugers or the a Bazoo scribe was enabled to get at facts in the case. The last seen of Johns by the officials of the company was on Saturday evening last, he having been at his desk all of that day. On Monday morning he fail ed to show up, hut nothing strange was thought of the matter, his associate in the office thinking that he was probably sick. Not putting in an appeirance on Tuesday, a messenger was dispatched to his lodging place. He returned with the information. Johns had not been seen there since Satur day niht. Search was then made about tenants of such buildings to see that they xs usu:ii haunts in the city, but no trace were properly ngnieu. venuiaiea anu nf him rnnld found FOR FARMERS. "don't." drained. He further suggested the passage of an ordinance providing that no brick kiln should be locatd, or soap factory,, slaughter house, bone and rendering fac tory be erected within 200 feet ot any dwelling house, without the written con sent of the owner and occupant of any suck houce : and also to prohibit the erec tion of any buildirg to be used in manu facturing or producing ui.y article, the manufacturing of which is injurious THE FARMER S Don't wait too much on thejweather. Don't try to get something out of nothing. Don't go fishing as long as the ax and hoe need sharpening. Don't buy a new farm tool until you know just how you can pay for it. Don't go off dissatisfied because you don't get rich by farming, in a year or two. Don't discourage your children by constaut complaints about farm busi ness. Don't settle down to the belief that red clover won't grow on the farm. Try it Dou't be content with half a crop when a little more labor will bring a full one. Don't forget that a very few acres in fruit will often pay all the expenses of an average family. Don't forget that if you waste no time in attending to them, your crops will grow nights and Sundays. Don't abolish farm accounts, but make each cultivated field pay some thing above expenses annually. Don't use "cuss words'' with any Auditors and experts were at once set to work on his hooks, and, although they have made no official report their labors not having been completed they claim to expectation of inakiner them mend nave found them to he in a very bad con- broken harness. Southern Cuitiva- dition, and that several discrepancies have 0 made their appearance. It will be several days before the examination is completed. Don't believe that berries and the lhe missing man has been m theempioy larger fruits are not wholesome in the pliment than to say sustained by these gentlemen's high repu tation. BURGLARIES I-AST 2IGHT. The residences of Adam Echard and C F. Ashle were broken into by burqlars last nijjht. At the former place nothing of construction and government of vaults." great value was taken, while at Mr. Ashle s ahneirnld watch and about seventv-fonr jauu xteso. dollars in cash was abstracted by the mis- The .Bazoo learns, with regret, ot the creants The burglars entered Ashle's res- death of Mr. Frank Schmidt, of Jefferson idence through a second story window by City, father of Mrs. John D. Russell, and thereof emits 3n offensive odor, without ob taining a similar consent of the property owner and tenant whose dwelling may be located within 300 feet of such building or manufactory. He also recommended some necessarv legislation in relation to the to the lthf P'P of hifr family, but save health and obtain io me about one year, but for some time prior to i t i -n 'cture lhat he occe'd the position of bfll clerk Pfsare cheaply by planting all that wife who grow. last Friday, Don't fix in the same office. He has resided with him here until l t r ? ; i . i ZTfifT J 8aiu' n a v,SIt 10 reia th a promise Several of Johns' personal friends were wee Tnat time not come until teen by the reporter last night, but they dan. age to be regretted has been were unable to solve the myster surround- done. ing his disappearance or advance any the- ---- ory regarding tfao matter, WINTERING ROSES. later. The following on the subject of The mystery surroundinir the disappear- wintering roses, read by S. I. Phcenix "With check and martingale, gag me not ; With blinkers, blind me not ; When you are angry strike me not; And a more faithful friend you will find not. TEMPERATURE OF MILK. The Country Gentleman, replying to a correspondent, says milk should be kept at 60 also that some authorities says 65 To this the American dairy man says : "We understand that this reply has no relation to the proper temperature of setting the milk for the cream to rise, as the question might imply. So far as the correct temper ature for keeping the cream is con cerned, we are sure the lower the tem perature the better, until you reach the freezing point. Sixty or sixty five is altogether too high to keep cram any time after it gets ripe, which it will do in twenty-four hours. Sixty-five is a temperature for churn ing in winter." PEACHES. Although the peach is more gener ally neglected in pruning than any other orchard fruit, yet there 13 none that more liberally repays for the trouble and expense, both in the superior yield of the fruit and main taining vigor and fruitfulness. As a preventive of the borer, place at the butt of each tree a shovelful of slack ed lime or several of coal ashes. GIRLS. Girls are of the same clay as boys, though cast in a more delicate mould, and until they have attained 11 or 12 years of age should be treated just as-. boys, encouraged to fish, nunt, dig the fence partly to-day, "6 " ise to do it better next ? he arden' de UP he L0WSr feed and care tor the poultry, hunt eggs, wade in the branches, build mud dams, anything usually esteemed as belonging to the peculiar province . of boys. CELLAR CLAY. The editor of the Iowa Homestead means of a ladder. There have as yet been Mr. Otto Schmidt, of this (ity, and well ance of Cashier William Johr.s, from this before American Nurseryman's asso- no arrests made. TOWN TALK. The Cooner county central commi was calted to meet m Boonville this after- jejPraon ciiy loses in his death a citizen with the case advanced the theory that he the thermometer occasionally indi-1 tn.e operation ; apple trees were not " vwi - -" .. . iiiu. jnuuii lien iu csv.tti)o uuuuuuicui al I iuu iy ucciccs UC1U r .tzl U , la till I j , - v-, mius, uuu vucii y ucco .1 ; . a1 i t. . l.i 1 r . 1 . I . " CJ - I 1 i 1 1 . .. ... xiie cuuceiuu uuo wvcicu uiciustracs j anu improvement uiau uuy ouier iuau. me nailOS OI ineCOUflS. ' imnnrfflnf nnoefinn Thn ;nl Qiea. ine GOVermtf hPJnor 5iv mrhoa with clorv at their ratification last Mondavi Mr. Jnn T) Russell and Mr. Schmidt, of Th nnHlfonti m nf tho ufTir Tn vmin.. ...... . . , " I e j. j a - w - w 1 w w w. v. muui a u (.oibi i o i r r- r ka n i 1 j i a ivt 111111. 111 nanrn nlrrht 1 iha QUKo TWr,Mf .PPrnnnnnl I 1 .1 .1 I W1 LA1C glUCl DUUU1U UC LU SO " k0 f,nna t. T?i,DColi loft fT. rnUr. Mrs. Kuf-sell. have eone to Jenerson Citv naners wprp paTPrlv mwlit fPr a ot Pcu anu narunn ine plants tnat DV in icn 111 11111 in i i iii.ni ii iv. i i. aii .j a m n - w i r - k r www k& m a - twi a w i ly this morning where she gives an enter- to attend his funeral. They have the syoi- no tidings of his whereabouts have been tne hrst f November, they are in -Prove This for Yourself. ment to-nipht. pathy ot their many inends in bedalia and received by the officials of the comnanv. a comnarative state of rest. A nc in I Une great truth in two lines r Rprmnna Mr. P. Keller, of Chicago, has been fsewnere. m ur oi meir aau 11 1S tuougm oy many nowever, that he UllS condition, if possible, just before .V:Pclne ri3Sler are Detter tnn all others. rwrnllmwfm n TH1 AnIP r KnAM?Tl I If" T I I bkw-w uw v 14 WiUJlllLl hJ U I rMM.. 1 A. I I ' - - viaiixu a-iu "cuuo iu uuuuuuc iuc i m to Canada. I ' auiigiug jTUtiUj, iaKe up me pii hcw. "KUDUti Q .,; j t..u Plants. CUt OUt aU soft waterv ornwt.h auc auuuuio axe OLiii cuicaucu ill uiiWJJv I ' "j o I -There are already quite a number of Ask for -'Rough on Coughs" for Coughs iDg up his accounts, but as yet no estimate sort carefully, tie up in appbcBMta for the Boonville postoffice. Colds, Sore 1 hroat, Hoarseness. Troches, of his shortages can be made, as it will bunches of twenty five or May the best win. loc Liquid, 2oc. take a thorough investigation to determine th ro tUn ; "BOUGH ON COB3TS." Ask for Wells' "Eoueh on Corns.'-' 15c Quick complete cure. Hard or soft corns, Boonville. Mr. A. O. Gosnell, of Bunceton. was in town last Wednesday. He recently re turned to this county from a trip to In diana. Mr. D. W. Wing and wife were in town yesterday returning to their home in Lamine from their wedding trip to St. Louis Many improvements have recently been made on Mam street in this city which make that street the handsomest in A Rich BaNlness Woman. Miss Maude St. Pierre, the lady who prominent in this has become somewhat neat, snug thorough investigation to determine tbp.v nrp thpn rpdi? thatfflOt. I . J J " ar I ters Yesterday afternoon when it bacame a n i . . settled fact that Johns had absconded a select ary, well drained ground, CURIOUS CHRONICLES. warts, bunions. m mis . .- " J!-i i 1 n . vicinity from the fact that she is dealing numoer 01 Business men put m an appear- two irencues, eacn a loot or more extensively in mining and mineral lands, is crat. on ner ior me purpose oi nnding her plan of operations in the various industrial pursuits upon which she has embarked. Miss St. Pierre is a rather tall, fine looking lady, with erect NEW TANNING BARK. Thetannekaya bark, which comes from New Zealand, and is a new agent in tanning, is one of the novelties of commerce. This discoverv is verv During October there were fourteen carriage, a keen eye, and a perceptible mall, and all of them will not lZ DetV!ee but last vear it was 375. The greater ire than three hundred dol- that will stay on this middle part of ihe export is t, ken to Grenl ly property found by the con. division, the real outside; then put uia T?rQfla JL;; a- Jcuu me'household efiVcts. Thev in the bunches nWlv tnLth. ?T,o P1 France where it is used m dress- were stored at 410 East Second street. fnn, mnfr mS Ior glove3- lne Pe of - lUUAd 1IU.1 JV. Kit I I..- I mill v n I'.l II I II I W J ." AJ. J X. amount to more lars. The on stable was some An Oleomargerine Factory. One of the leading grocers of this city yesterday handed a Bazoo reporter a price list of the Armour packing comnanv. of Kansas City, deslers in all kinds of fresh, as butchers has been dissolved. Mr. Den- salt, smoked, barrel pickled and canned Kolei-ky will continue the business at the old stand. The latest brand of cigars is the "W. births and seven deaths registered in Coop- something about her which unmistakably er county and twenty-nve marriage licenses issued. The partnership heretofore between Wm. Dengolesky and Jake Deck existing four the i - ...ii i i i . . meais, uiis, i-duows ana iara. j.i is a page pamphlet on .the back of which is following : BDTTERINE. The prejudice which has existed with re gard to these goods is rapidly passing away as the superior quality ot our manufacture is becoming more widely known. means business. She advanced without hesitation, shook hands with the reporter, and sat down. "TVIl of vnnr minpml lon Jr. EVl-- IS SS1Q tnt lUe COmpiIlV lin connty.' bouclsmen have placed the matter in the 'Well, I have purchased about twenty anIs of detectives and that they will put thousand acres of land in Franklin countv. Iorin e7er enort lo appreliend the rsscal. T have in thnl rironertv endless nnnniiiipc - ' J I A -1T- - -TT-Tn T". .im-r of iron ore, coal, marble, sandstone Umber. jkjJ1S. J .4 John Murnhv. Pat MnRnrne nl F P Solto thormmblvnnvprfbonfL "icV"cuucxl'AiaauccuPluPuaeu Johns. it down t.lrio l oom : mate tne tree one of our own pro- It is said th.t the comnmv and the " ' u' Ctir xT."' , ttT7 VC1 ducts, since the bark has at times been and fi 1 in thp twohJT " worth 8250 Per ton' Jt contains 28.- Z Tsnil J ifni? nQC.hesf lthemaln" 65 per cent, of tannin, whereas oak XT aW bar contaiDS 0Dl7 hemlock Just before winter sets m we fin- ok rn. A Ji A . . v.cr. jLiio lauucaara tree la very WJ uMug up iub uu on DOtn beautiful nnd ite flmU ?a S?! !tehM, it has Wry point of T. Knaus " named in horor of the popular Thpre are 11 ihrnnch the muh n..mWla rtortifTT rl ayr rf TTMrrorl nnnnlir o.irl n A r I t . r i.t t r r " """"auc wniieiamiiteswno.inrougniorceoicircum- x,,, tt a mindino- nno anmoarT,oT nei "oc.lulJ " uaa CVC1 iJU1U1' 1 oy o. my a vxj., oi cine innan. xney are stauces and ignorance are unable to make "Ci"tt 110,00 miOHWU suu eia -'r , 7 V. J Jeing of the fir species, it a fine article and "straight tens a decent livelihood. I iwend to form colo n a Cfcarse of Forgery. oanked up for the last time. adapted to the liht soil of i and might do Mr. George A. Moser, of the Republican, nies and give them homes and einidov- left to-day for his home in Irohton, Mo. ment. I will give each family the timber The fact that the goods are appreciated i Mr. Moser, while one of the most rampant to build a house and then give them a 18 shown by the continued demand after political partisans we have ever met, is, lease on twenty acres for te. years. These they have been given a trial. socially, a very pleasant gentleman. j families are to be from the South. I have We will take pleasure in sending by ex- Mr. N. A.Gilbreath, of Prairie Home an u,ter al,nrece of convict labor." press a sample tub to anyone wishing to township, celebrated his fiftieth birthday ''What will be the estimated cost o ascertain if the butterine will suit their rerpntlv the nmnsinn hpintrhnnnraA ho on. your various enterprises there?" trade and if not found satisfactory, it m3y tertainir a laree number of relatives and "It wiH be about one-tenth whatit would be returned we will pay all expenses in- intimate friends from Cooper and neighbor- co.8t ln an otner PlaRe- In other words, it curreu. Please note prices: ing counties. win cost anout si,sw,UUU. Kansas datry. n,-f w f nf u0 u I "Have you any other mineral land be- bolid packed, in 30 lb.. 40 lbs. and nfi Wn hl lb. tub,, 17c per pound. the b7anch .d Tome bv j R Wnnll "Well, I have undy my control 100,000 Solid packed, 20 lb. and 25 lb. tubs, 18c dridge, seme by J. C. Wells and some by acres . ilentucky and 38 000 P Pund C. H. White. (Considerable hog cholera is "JfSr1 " VCumibetla.n? co.ant thls f f choice daiby. reported in the county. 5 ' WQetre Jou onguially from England, Solid packed, 30 lb., 40 lb. and 56 lb. I There was a jolly nutting party out "Oh, no ; I was born in Louisiana, but tubs, 19c per pound. in the woods from this place this week. 1 1,0 cnf nt i:r- -u ' j . Solid packed, 20 lb. and 25 lb, tubs, 20c Mrs. Babcock, M.s. Maria Heard, Misses great many people are of the opinic n that Per Pound. Bnckwell, Edgar, Alice and Mamie Wil- I am English. My father died when I was creamery. wujowb. jouu omiia, d trreemease. j ahout' seyeuteen years old, and Solid naolred 20 Ih A( h ,A Ik r. i' tt'-ulilul tumHu tubs, 21c per potind. ' tne crowd and a gay set they were. bolid packed, 20 lb. and 25 lb. tubs, 22c per pouna. CORN HUSKING. "ROUGH ON RATS." ers. EoUs, (2 lb ) prints fl lb.) about 60 lbs. k.y1:" out,ms.' mice, roMttes, flies, ?n(s, jM&nB-irr.lfcfcholce Dairy, vf' vn;. Lrreamery. z.g. i oo v 3 Armour Packing Co., Kansas City, Mo. The firm who gave it to the reporter say they receive one each week. It is to be trusted the people of Missouri will con vince these gentlemen that their x,preiu- dice" to so pernicious and unwhnlpcnmo A Beautiful Sovereign. James Kitchey is the possessor of one of the sovereigns which were presented to each member of the Cattlemen's conven tion at St. Louis, as a memento of their visit to that city. It is a handsome me- an artlC e nf fond nnt r, coin rr owott f uauuui oumcwurti loieci tueiu a biiver UOl- ficiently to encourage or sustain any one Jfr' hlQ ll re?e.mbles m appearance, so unscrupulous as to either manufacture ?,n ?e Blde ar? miniature .d?SISns ?f Je or palm it off upon them, and the best war Merc?ants change, exposition and other to do so is to emphatically refuse to pur- P.r(Tlnent buildings, while m the center chase any goods of any kind bearing the f V reVers5 -Elde L18 P1? of agenume brand of the Armour Packing comnanv nf ?ow h,? sta?dng by the side of one of his Kansas City, Mo. i0?s or Ppts guarding the same with a uuguuuc. Aruuuu iue cuKe on imssiue -d T 7 ,. . foUowing inscription : "First National VJ?' -Brown. tue Clmtonite who had W. Convention of Cattlemen, Nov. 17, 1SS4." H. Wiggins and Win Golden arrested in They were gotten up by the Mermod & this city Wednesday, showed up at the po- Jackard Jewelry company. lice station yesterday, and identified the watch taken from the prisoners as his own. Emroy's little Cathartic are the bes He would not prosecute them for the theft, and only Pliable Liver Pill known, neve? however, and they were accordingly turned fails with the most obstinate .cases, purely having been in his confidence I was thoroughly acquainted with his business and, consequently, naturally iook cnarge oi mauers. My mother died later on and then I went to Europe." Miss St. Pierre spends moat of her win ters m Washington and New York. 8he comes south during the summer to attend to her business in the mountains. Avoid Pills Being largely composed of mercury they eventually ruin the stom ach, but Alleys Bilious Physic, a vegeta ble mixture, acts quickly and effectua llv cures. Twenty-five 'cents. At all drug gists. Piles 1 Piles I I Piles 1 1 1 Sure Gure for Blind, Bleeding and Itch- ing Piles. One box has cured the worst cases of twenty years' standing. No one need suffer five minutes after usine- Wil liam's Indian Pile Ointment Itbsorbs a tumors, allays itching, acts as poultice, gives instant Tenet. Prepared onlv for Piles, itching of the private parts, nothing else. Hon. J. M. Coffenbury, of Cleveland! says : "l have used scores of Pile cures, and it affords me pleasure to sav that I have never found anything which gives such immediate and permanent relief as Br. William's Indian Pile Ointment." Sold by druggists and mailed on receipt of price, $1. B.B.nofiteUer.Sedalia,Mo. ! Early yesterday morning Bange Hayes, Iowa Homestead. a young colored man, who lor some time has been employed as a pressman in the Democrat office, presented an order to the firm of Spragua & Son, coal dealers, on East Second street, for a ton of coal, bearing the signature of the busi ness manager of the Democrat company. From the bungling manner in wnich the order was written, and from the actions of the bearer, the suspicions of the firm were aroused, and they refused to let him have the coal. Haye3then put the order in M much is well the south, to enrich that part of the Union. THE ROSEWOOD TREE. Eosewooil trees are found in South America and in the Ea3t Indies and Corn Husking is at hand and the man who would invent some patent way of husking by machinery so that a hand could husk ten rrA a Aav would be "a bfesrer man than old oeighhoring islands. There are half Grant." a dozen kinds. The name is not Where the crop is large the hoys ?aken from the color of tfle wood, as will have cold fingers, but the best 13 genera supposed, but by reason way to avoid it is not to get to much of a. rose,ike fragrance which posses interested in politics, but rush the sesitwnen first cut. Some of the work before the wild Mo Ip Wo trees grow so large that planks 4 feet Democrat t broad and 10 feet Inno- company was informed of the matter and ZTJi J' , coulQ f-nm tl,. to. 11 STMT I Twin A1n11rt tnJ I x pocket and left. Later in the day the they pronounced the order of forgery. I he case was placed in the hands Umcer rant and arrested him. He for XT i 1 1 i nrinnmn Mtt nsnri -. . i- - -f I tue we once naa. wnen wa wpm nnf in fi"w.h.j uacu iu iua.e wua ier Gossage, who, armed with a war- the cornfield by daylight even if the Piano wrtes, lhe rosewood tree is paid a visit to Hayes' lodging place shucks were stiff with frost ThprP remarkable for its beauty. Such is A t l. re are some compensations even to the 113 vame ln manmactures 83 an orn was To; iti,-j j j i r , . ai wluc uuiuueuaations even to th He denies his guilt and claims that he eophical and take the most eood out "nere it ODCe grew abundantly have was nirea 10 present tne order by one of 01 Jire, as you go along, his fellow workmen in the office. This But tbfi oh itrsn an rl : . i j i i uuu. aiu. ib uoi cxeuiiea, nowever. trA.q nrl nnmViV jn i - good if the corn is all in the crib, so t - . - . . v. I - . . .. . ' nas stood the test as to its merits in curing uon'C wait ior a better time than now, Nervousness. Nervous Debility and resfor- if the corn is fifc tn orih aa i. - m - I J liii rri i ill j ts juntao vi nca&cucu VJcLl cfS 11 Ye csystem, and in no instance, has iu uu iuiat.ee. nas it pf -.. . . tailed ; test it51 ; sir for $5.At drng gists, or by mail from J. H. Allen, 315 First avenue, New York city. A startling fact. Heart Dlseas do not suffer why not you? $1. at druggists. is THE HORSE prrmnTi. To all thoughtless drivers of horses we commend the following petition. Our livery men ought to have it only inferior in fatality to consnmntinn nrinted on cards and nn liirinrr nnf a frOPl it but use Dr. GrP fpnm fnrniak di.mni. ,:!. fferLLS '"ousands, G. , Thin'Z Going up hill, hurry me not ; On level road, spare me not ; Loose in stable, forget me not; Of hay and corn, rob me not; Of clear water, stint me not ; OJf soft, dry bed, deprive me not ; Tired and hot, wash me not ; If sick or cold, chill me not ; With sponge and brush, neelect me not ; Witn bits and reins, O ierk not; A Remarkable Tribute. Sidney Ourchundro, of Pittsbursr. Pa. writes ; UI have used DR. WAT. HAT.T.'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS many years wim me moat grauiymg results. The re lieving influence of HALL'S BALSA TVr ic wonderful. The pain and rack of the body incidental to a tight cough, soon disappear by the use of a spoonful according to direc tions. My wife freauentlv or.i1 f HALL'S BALtSAM instead of a physician, and health is speedily restored by its use." me now scarcely a single specimen. New plantations nave been set out, so that the supply will not be exhausted. A FASHIONABLE FLOWER. Kochester Democrat and Chronicle: The fashionable flower at this season is the chrysantheum. It' presents such a variety of shades and hues as to form by itself a boquet of the love liest sort. There are colors almost without end maroon, violet, cinna mon, purple, buff, ruby, orange, pink, salmon cherry, ivory and silver white and many others. At the chrysanthe um show in New York one of the most curious exhibited was Julius Scharoff, a Japanese variety;,' the blossom shown was about six inches in diameter, the quilled rays of a dark rose color, curved and twisted with the tips pointing in all directions, making it a marked flower. ? , "SOUGH ON PAIIf Cures colic, cramns. diarrhoea ; fnrtemai- lyfor aches, pains, sprains, headacW neuralgia, rheumatism. For man or buo 20 and 50c