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XHifi 8EDAL1A WJivLi BAZOO. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 23, 18W6. NO ONE TO BLAME. Ik What the Coroner's Jury Say in Regard to the Death of S. B. Kincaide. All for a Coat. Officer (iossage and I eputy Con stable Bent Edw:ir i veterday ar rested a young roon named William Brown on the charge el - filing a coat from C. E. McCuller, near the At 4:-0 o'clock vesterdav morning. ' water tank. Brown wa arraigned 8. B. Kincaide, who was- struck by before Justice Marvin and m default the engine of the Branch train If on of $100 bail -fiit t- jail. The coat dav owning at six o'clock, died with- j in question wea stolen from Mr. Me tal recovering eonsciousne.-s, death Culler's residence last Jane. Voting ensuing the moment rc-aetn n heiran iSrown claims the cat was iriven to to take place Owing to the fact that Mr. Kjacaide's family are not in the city the time of the funeral has not been definitely set, l)iit will he to-day. The Bazoo was in error in stating ye erday thai Hr. iinaid had been divorced from his wife, sin- baring died some 1 'ur rears since and at the! time other death they were living to gether. Since her death Mr. Kin- him by another party. Tne prelim iuary hearing will Up had t-lay. TKICKY THOMAS. ttobher iteward. The dwelling of A Merer at il SIK 1I)K Died. Bruce Newland, age 1 M vears, ; Kast Seventh was hurglarid Tuea-1 Of Edward Mug ford, a Telegraph ant sea of Judge Newland, of the lie Proves to be a Slick One but day nigbt jt by old cracksmeii. The j Operator Formerly in Se Comes to Urief at Last. parties gained au entrance :.t tie daHa front door on the east win? by boring a hole through tne rear door m ar tin Pin hook neighborhood, nine miles northwest of this city, died at his father - residence at 6 o'clock vester- Yesterday's Fire. About 3 o'clock vesterdav Last Monday the Bazoo mentioned I lock and then bv inserting some strt j a.-1 iaf i 1 ' VJf , m .rniag, of ceiahen spinal nts the fact of the arrest of Wui. Brown J mf'. uoHatclV hf the emnTofX I 1' was taken sink las; ut a colored youth, on the charge of and satfawd terrible agonies stealing a coat from C. K. MeCullerj The robbers, as it hwnniiTihlri tteoaUauiiune' ssackki ytrttidsy by shoot-1 np tu Ibc time of his demise. The rWM time in June last, and that belie ve that one could have daw the 'mf.lt,"'K 111 l,iL ,U':11 'th a pi-tol, hasxfal will tak place from Hope, Brown had claimed to have receive! job, after gaining au entrant-. . m ide w,l,,e "" ' .1;tr "JJ wall etmiuh to dav at J p. m. it from another partv as a gift. For ! complete rec ousamv of the ansa. . J" At , oci ni.lu at ,Jr. . ., ' , , , oomc to the iwmw where Mr. iin.l the abovv telegram m:u (luUbliml , ... . . ; pra.Untml IHM ll.e i.MM t the fi Merer .ere xleeninr. udlmtWfiL Imh OfaMbi of I" f Site PWnefc N, 1111, . ....... . . y I i i :r l fe hrnr it if it :i i it- sunt ktii n :rt ol I iiiukc a can; gaiui noun uc ua B B 1 " I I and hfoaiaeaa d reets, he found the resilience of Thomas Wallace, a ear- jpenter, in laaaai sad almost oaaausa nine, ano ; t ;.- Nt. l person he deignated was not giv n. bntanME doaeaa of saatebn i vluUv mmA i i rl 1 M Ninth stieet, of dropsy, alawMattai morning i as it was desired by the authorities to in order to see how to pr-seente then- . ir , Ware awed 25 wars. The funeral ' I . .... . . - M 1 I!.! III ."I'M I I i ir lair ii . I . Ill Hi.!.. iheya.. ,v,u,l r.,., . . M, ,,, ,. Uak.-,,!., tr n the rMmnI w ie;e I teir (taui?n er w.e ;e inmr " v - - C7 . - and wenl through her bureau in the highest atjrle of the art, taking every- wng uuu nan anj appear m - hl tllt, willowe.i m.-tlir -d vounwl Value to them. liie following is a I - , . .. rm I . I. . j .uugioro. who resnies on r.ast i em the City caused ot!i ner BarneU to .sit j guilty. 1 he party was a brother-inane I' calitv Arrived ai Seventeenth law of young Brown, named Thoaail aside has while hi Bedalia. made his je(, together with the asost of the home with his step-daughters, at whose house he died yesterday as stated He has, however, spent the most of his time with his brother, Washington Kineaide, eleven miles west of Boon ville. in Cooper cunty. He last re turned to Sedalia some five days ago. Last Monday he left his daughter's about 4:3" and shortly before h- r aidant watteu v.r ack with Dr. Depp, 1 was on hu way to visit Mrs. Kitchey. I was dark at the time, and shortly after passing Mis souri avenue Mr. Kincaide turned back and the doctor went on. This was the last seen of Mr. Kincaide before the accident occurred. He was very hard of hearing, and it is supposed he had his back toward the train and did not hear it until he was struck. Mr. Kincaide was born in Jan uary, 1812, and is goDsejuently 74 years of age. He leaves behinu him four sons by his first wife and a large adopted family by his second wife. One of his daughters, Mrs. Wine, resides in Boonville. another, Mrs. Mcllheny, at Walker. Chas- Kincaide, one of his sons, re sides in St. Louis, where he i super intendent of the transfer department of the Pacific Express company. He has another son out west whose where abouts is not known. Most of the re maining members of the family reside in and around Sedalia. The absent contents of the building. The t : a I loss is between $1100 and 11200 on which there was an insurance for $500 on tin) house and $250 on the contents. The fire i.- supposed to have resulted from a defective flue. It was tir.-t discovered alout midnight when Mr. Wallace and some of his friends ex tinguished the flames as they thought, and left everything secure. Mr. Wal- 8backleford, residing in the .-ouheast etU suburbs of the city, who has long been tuapected of ways that are crooked, though he has thai far man aged t elude conviction. Last spring his brother, in company with several other colored sneak thieves and bur glars, was given a term in the ieni tentiary which he is now serving out. At the same timeThoma- was suspect ed of having been implicated in the work of tie gang but there was not sufficient evidence to convict him. Vesterdav Thomas was summoned (of nrreral ve.ir.- I her f i rent." in Ottenrille Bfl 4 o. m. A reporter of the RalOO last night to-morrow, Sunday evening JfcSO o'clock of lace state.- that he sat up until nearly as a witness for the defence :it the two o'clock when he laid down and preliminary examination, before Jus went to sleep. An hour later he was tice Marvin, of young Brown. He aroused" bv the crackling and the roar j s wire unhesitatingly that he had giv- itf'the flames which had broken out a- eu the coat to Brown and explained fresh and he and his family had hare- j his possession of it by stating that ly time to escape with their lives lie fore the whole structure fell in. No he had bought it from a on man the large Main street for alarm was sent to the department, i sum of fifty cent-. The man i claiming tint it was too small fT him partial list of the urticies taken Two sets ol bracelets oie overcoat, one pair of geiitleman'a gloVCS, two lady's cloaks, .ne set of Hot Spring diamond jewelry, one MieSM plu-h cloak, new, on ilver wateh, $16 hi cash from Mr. Myers pant- poefcet, a lot of silver ware wedding pres -nis. They also took a -diver ssobrwH pitcher that sat on the dining room table with the syrup in it, whieh they turned out on the caret. From Mr. Meyers iocket-look was taken a silver dollar dated 17511. It was a keejustke that he had carried many years. The robbers seemed very method al and took from to $200 worth of goods anl jewelry. There is no clew to the robbers. tree! near Washington avenue. She had not heard of I er sons dtath until informed by the reporter. Young Mugford was in Seunba about the middle of June last, He left and went to Ivs Angeles, where his ' other heard from him about tlm e week ago. The deceased leaves a family a wife and two or three children, sup nased OH le in Colorado. He leaves scarh tina, llenrv L , the seven real old sun i t Mr. ami Mrs. J. H. Mertz and twin child to Mary Mertz. The funeral will lake plate frcm the family rt-'dmce. No. 201), Kast 1. dway this, Tuesday moring, at 10: & 'clock. Friends of the family are requested to attend the funeral without further notice. Ar i i- home in Flat Creek ? wn- ship, seven mitts ssuuhsaet af the ity, at 5 idock WedncaJay evaniuz, of r v oln iid lever .lull ith in Divi- ucroA two brothers, Will and Albert. Will i 77 vars Th'e will ce i also u telegraph operator, but his at t p. m. to day from the Flat : mother don't know his whereabouts. Krrck eliurcii Allien re-ide with his mother. !. Iward Mugfonl was twentv-seven the return of the aoods or for mfor matiou which will lead to the arrtt of the robbers. Mr. Myers offers a r ward of ."i0 for years of age and learned telegraphing The Cumniiiig's Epistles. Since the publication of fins similes of the purported Cumming's letter- and fie could not wear it. When asked if he had any witnesses to prove the purchase he said he had. That a Hard on WluM'ler A special to yesterday's BaUOO an-! aOUUefd the sentence of the would le rap s , to sixty days in jail at Clinton. Speaking of the lightnes of the sen tence, the Clinton Advocate -ay- : "Alter the trial Mr. Hull, in ex- under Warder Curnming, in this city, about twelve vean ego. He wa- a slHir. r liable an I t x-mplary young ! man, and a g'reat favorite wber ever known. The symjiathies of hhc Baioo are evtcnnVwl to Brother, brothers and familv. UV LUC Ol. Adonis At-U I'lltail. Hi in j y . , colored man named Brown w;is with discussions and opinions have been I , 1 i mm at the time. Brown wis at one . t i .in i ttit uiai iiiiii. in the results to whether the Scin1e..S ?ummoned amJ ,C . ,,. . atIair M . ..Y preseuieo were i caii iiueu uy nc .... ..w knn1 tn .....r t d T..'f tl.i NtUJC UBUU, Xll Ul Utl w ixni, tuc , ,1 T o- mire iflsp matter as far as practicable a Bazoo . reeoliectC(i n . i j 1 scribe yesterday presented a copy oi , . n -m mm w . mmm the paper to Professor C. . Koboius, of Central business college, who is of the most expert penmen iL. -- - - 1 .1. . .4 it vv;i f'..r lii !i;t r- u ; -' s:lk tleit U'e piuiiipiiy corroijtiritw;.! iiic or m i - y i .saving he was preseu; were ulm V 2 n,a,,'Ior , , . there is n loubt that he attempted to ed the transaction very j outni,.0mv daughter. Yes, I did think his When Bby am mm pas her auanauj When Abe m m Child, the cried for C When she became Mies, abe clang to mm bad Cbfldrem, ahe nam lrobnte Court. Judge OTlear was the only legal functionary who seemed to have enough bui-ines!? to keep him ging veaterday. hollowing is the docket dispoetl of: J. I. Crawford, guardian and cura tor for Minnie 1. Fisher, minor, tiles one and pen in America. and ink sjientits After a long and care- y. Vt this point it began to ie was all right at QuasaaaviUe, and look as if both young Brown jind i thought 1 could trust my daughter Shackelford were going to slip through as wrongfully accused coons, full of childlike innocence. But Attbrney Lamm concluded there ought to be mm ones have been telegraphed for and fui examination the professor said : . , OTnofuH tn Qrr;rn trv.H v idKpti I . . , someoouv guiitv, since tne coat nao are expected to arrive to-day when ,4yt , i . ndjrpment that!. Jo leral will take ! . . . . , been proven to be the pronertv of arrangements for the funeral mm i wutv uiviJ ia ivi vuv v mmm v-wu . 9 - . I Khth cnckpinititiv urn nr thp enmo ' place. Mr. Kincaide was a man ripe i -r - - j McCullor in years and in his time was one of the ! hand, while it would not be impossible ... . . . . " . 44 You rrv von saw tins trail mc foremost citizens of Pettis countv, having for many years been postmas ter and a leading merchant of George town during its palmy days as the county seat. Coroner Overstreet yesterday sum moned a jury to inquire into the killing of 6. B. Kincaide, who was struck Monday night by a Lexington Branch train and died Tuesday morning of injuries thereby received. The jury visited the late residence of the de ceased at his step daughter's on Ken. tucky street, and after viewing the body repaired to the county court rtKim where evidence was taken from the engineer, Long, and for an expert renman to imitate them, yet there are certain peculiari ties of style in the formation of some of the letters which I find common to both that even an expert would find it difficult to imitate without long and careful practice, so nicely and naturally as it is done in the speci mens. Uorsford's Acid Phosphate. MARKED BENEFIT IN INDIOESTION. Dr. A. Hall, of Fair Haven, H Y., sars: "I have prescribed it with marked benefit in indig stion and arinarv troubles." tion T he asked of Brown. "Yes, sah, I does." "You could not possible lie mis- "No, sah.w "Would you know the party who sold the coat if you were to see him en now : "Yes, sah, 1 think I would." "Well, what sort of a looking mau sold the coat to Shackleford "It wasn't no man ; it was a bo v." ml "A boy ; was it a big boy or a little boy r "It was a little feller. He -ai l de iven to him an 1 it was t -o with him. Mv wife and myself and Wheeler's father and mother held a consultation and all of us, and espec ially Mrs. Wheeler, thought how nice it would be to send Birdie iu Hender son's charge, as she was going to Clinton, 111 , and he to Kentucky. We were all at the station when they started of! and Mrs. Wheeler, throw- ling her arms around her bojr'l neck, beseeched him to commit no act of which be might be ashamed and he promised her he would not. Then he came down here, the tisrt chance he got, and acted in this manner. Since the thing happened there was a mau living near Humans viHe that said to me that Wheeler told him that he would ruin Birdie if he got a chance, because she didn't have any sense aud maybe would not resist him. Theu he says he was drunk when he did it. This is a lie. He fourth annual settlement which is ap- proved and ordered of rcco'd, J. D. Crawford, guardian ami cu- rator for Stella Fairley, same euUy. In re .1. I. Patrick, administrator estate of Fanrnnni Sebriug, muVj af sale of real t state renewed. Lavina Hopkins v. Jan. H. Divtrs, admiuistratoi estate of J. W. yien4 application by plaintiff for ap peal, apphea ion granted Mentor Thompson, guardian and curator Carrie C M nter, files c ev enth annual settlement whieh i ex amined, approved and ordered al re- rd ,ll.n Gorrcll and Cliarle Harris j w Thom a-lministrator annual settlement which is approved BAD AS DYN AMITr:. Shortlv bafnie the dinner hour terdav re-idents in the southwest portion of the city were startled by an exploion which caused windows to rattle and houses to shake in a man ner uggestive of a sudden visitation of the Charleston horror, and indeed 9Q great was the shock that people as far down town as Fifth and Ohio telr it -ufhcieufly to eauae them to won der what had occurred. Hurrying to th locality a Ba scribe discovered it to be the result of the explosion of a quantity ol blasting powder and pant powder on the premises of dpt. Dairyman Pratt. tn onAnlriniv l T"v! P oft w v r . I Drs. Small and Overstreet, Sr. lv connected with Geo T Browu ofiu- i 1 1 u.-ijutticu wiiii ocu. x. j'mmoj, ui iu. ftn i (uiildn t wear it f lirinir ttiA oKonnnn . if rlar n'it. I 1 . ! a. S .1 a. xl I - . ...... ... misci, in me management oi me j Xhi, te5timoIjV l,, ofnoaite to ucmcs au aujoui umcui wan t Atcu : Harrison nouse, and ever since a until 7 p. m., when the jury again convened at the office of Dr. Over street, where thev heard the ieaii ' ' j ' "T LTT could do was J . . i Brown and giv l . ' i iiv i.uni in i 1 1 1 l i it 1 1 1 ' i.ii.i :i ii w r orsjmau John 1)( Lonr. For some davs Mr. was sober, but I learned that after the ' j,njr has hail a c uiple of "colored thing hapfeiHMl he went to a saloon and ordered of rec rd. L. R. Castle, guardian and curator Emmett M. Thatcher, files fourth an nual settlement which is examined, approved and ordered of record. Ella McCormack. administratrix estate of W . H. McCormack, files annual settlement which is examined, approved ami ordered of record and admin trator susjiended. J. F. Howe, administrator estate of Wm. Warren, tiles annual settlement which is examined, approved and or dered of record, and administrator is ordered to pay to six heirs the sum of 3100 each. .1. P. Boss vs. J. C, Thompson, executor estate of George S. Sugden, here in Clinton and poured whisk v down his throat as fast as he could driuk U. and that the Mlaon keeper afterward slipped him and put him outside. This was to make the peo- meu, named .John Gorrell and Charles 'deceased, account, submitted for pro- Hrris emnlowd sinking a well near bate. his boual Yesterday they reached T. J. De Jarnett, vs. Sarah Ram bedrock and were preparing to do sev, administratrix estate si 1 . K. SOUM blasting. For this purpose they . Ramsey, deceased, account, sane en iiad secured three sticks of giant now- try- pie think that he was drunk when he der, a small case of blasting powder J. D. Ramsey vs. same, same eu knocked Birdie down. Then." eon- ..,.1 ... t- in .t!h iKpv ! trv. "MWW " fehacklefords statement rather set the , 4,i x , m . m. . m i . i ...... nan piueeo on i i.e or tie net iu tuc a- 9 " ' i.lcu vicici o. uc iaii.on., i, nWn U1. , (efeupe au rau Justice of fellows who were to have come u.r eioset at the rear ot the premises j of Stella Courtney, minor, hies ev- ty, the Jefferson City Tribune js: Mam'n to cotielude the best thing he testify to hkcood chara U i lor afetv. Intending to make a blast ! enth annual settlement, which is ap- "Capt. C. A. Pratt, who has no su- j coul (i) WRg t0 ftH foanm i ni lnte r,,aI,!i 118,1 lo Ieave Kan J immeiiateiv before going to j proved and ordered of record, perior in the countrv in his line of ; n .. . . ' . sas because he ruined a girl another hi dinner thev went to the out-house to J.C.Thompson, administrator es- Bresnehan. The entire ! buahesas, tuat of conducting railroad orj 11 ai,u IKUKKI ,ra mirt ; mmprngmj from his wife, tiecause he is prepare it " Findiug the fuse ven , t;ite of Catherine Talbot, deceased, testimonv did not differ in anv ma- I eatmg house3. has tokeu a uew depar- avs ami c si m jnu, wnicu was ac-; 1M) mean to live with and lae oUersi stiff, owing te the cold weather, Oor-' hies annual settlement which is ap . , r , - "l ture which will be fulhT appreciated cordinglv done. sre equally as bad. I defv him to r,.n ,.t 0rf u piece and lighting sfime proved and ordered of record. Ad- tenai points irom tne statements nere- Dv the traveling public and will add ; This however did not end Shackle- lrini? ydjf "P w au.v ', straw was trving to thaw out the fuse, , niinUrator granted until next term to totore publisheri. the hreman testi- to the popularity of his houses, al fied that Mr. Kincaide, when the ' ready pronounced models of their unrrino wac corn fliif nr frrt foci ! klUd. . . . , , , , , , .. ,V "This new feature Captain Pratt formed from a witness to a jail eonvict . and knows no more ir.im him l,iL-4.t la n L' qt it ami rurn I - II 'IU IIIIII, -"o, . t V I-V It I 11 U1KI Ull II 1 . . . - 1 I ' . has intoduced here. It 1- to suoplv ford misfortunes sooner had he tou fbr the dav No! against the good character of WK.U jn s,,m'e nuaeeouutahii manner , j my girl. Why, she has not had the fuse w hich was in the box with mmi nimarii trans- j paakeoninuij a minute of bar fife the powder hpnsmi igaiiadL Hearing ed to get off the track on the north J nis table with pure, freh milk and side, but when across the rail turned ' butter, and for this purpose he has back to the south side of the track, ' purchased as a nucleus for a herd and was struck before he got across. I two T Jev Tbe-V .... .A t . . . I arrived here last w eek and are now All the witnesses swore positively that ((Ccunvirjt, the QUarters l)renre(1 for the train was not moving faster than them near the depot. These covs five miles an hour. The jury return ed a verdict to the effect that S. B. Kincaide came to his death from in juries received by being struck by engine 480, in charge of Engineer Long, and that said engineer was in do wise to blame fbr said accident. The funeral of the deceased will take place at 10 a. m. to-day from the Christian church, Elder M. M. Davis officiating. Friends of the family are invited to attend without further notice. Hardly a newspaper printed but speaks of a iudden death bv heart disease. Dr. Graves' Heart Regulator would hive cured it: btrong assertion, but many have said they were saved from the grave by it. $1 per bottle at druggists. were purchased of E. C. Greene & Co., of ebster Grove, Missouri. The City Iebt. Register Thompson yesterday com pleted his estimate of the city debt, which shows a bonded indebtedness of $258,100, none of which is due until 1908, though the city has the right to take it up at anv time. The entire debt, which was originally in was at once taken up to that court and arraigaed. The evidence proved file final settlement. John R. Clopton, public adminis trator e -ate of Wade Mosby, deceas- nows no more of evil than a :i noise over his head (iorrell, who'ed, tiles second annual settlement, five year old child. he is unable lo.wag stooping over the straw tire, ' which is examined and ordered of travel alone, i nearly deaf and at lu..keil uo and discovered the fact. I record. rinses laughs and cries like a baby Thinking to save his powder, he siezed Court adjourned to 9 a, m, to-day, 1 hiLam L s ws-v met mm Sli mm rm mm- aftwAtti.l. .1 t i m S m . ' ' I tne nox and starteu out oi tne uoor, when the eutire contents exphnied, tearing the out-house to splinters, as well as the adjoiuing fence and hurling both the meu some than the constable proceeded to serve another warrant upon him, itsued c i.. ..: if ..l . i' . . i iro.u uuSUW .ti.ue cuurt ami . wheu j, UotWm,r lft warrant su f, charging him with petit larceny of actions." wkh1 aud axe handle timber from the premises of C. r. Reaman. He Mated. Miss Mav Tripp wa- yesterday united in marriage t Mr. T. M. son, . diMallce aWttv Gorrell was verv . 1 1 x" i i . i . i - ... Clinton's Loss. Miss Annie Parks, a beautiful young lady of Clinton, was buried at that place Monday afternoon. She and costs. Altogether, it is safe to say Shackleford will have comfortable quarters for the butt end of the winter. of St 11a. Nebraska, at the residence kdlv vniindt aw th crmin n,f ritrhV ! wa th damrhtr of .TndiTP and Mrs. satisfactory and Shackleford received ; of the bride's parents, and immediate- j thig wbUe Harrb ut!ere,l mostly jamw parks and had a lar-e circle of an additional sentence for five days hf after the cvremonv departed frabout the face and haud8 Xhe ,itUe I n.wwK.r Mtl, Park- their tuture n me in tena, wnere u cf Mr. DeLong, who ws stand- ' 7 7 . Mr. Mas. n is employed as an ojiera- iug cIoge to Harris 8trai)gelv enough, ! was bunjed h-v the "I"" tor in a railroal office. , 1 escaped without the slighest injurv. of a coal oil tamp which at the same Miss Tripp is the daughter of The injured meu were picked up and j time ignited the clothing of Little ex-street commit ner I npp and Mr. jmni4Hij-tplv sent to their "homes 1 .i uao . -xr e mg i j v leiiuiiie iiimhwu, vaibv Give Ely's Cream Balm a trial. Mafu J" x-al.iennan Maaon, where lheir wound9 were dressetl ., . Tn . attemD. to extin TUsjaatlj celebrated remedv for tie cure of this city, and are both well known , Th physicians who examiuel them uePhew- ln her auemP seriously hurt, thev ulsn ine urv ,u their injuries will clothes Miss Parks was burned, it was The scene ot the tarl mt th. time fatAllv. She how- ............... j j i auu I w" .vj auuvir f 111 - , I i ivaiu . uw . . mw . - J mww celed $9,000 of the original indebted-j plaints and will give immediate relief. It (wreck presented an aspect ot ruin M gQje to improve and it was ness, and has prepared to cancel ' not Hqnid, snuff or powder, has no f. 1 that showed the terrific force of the ' al . , 2 u u $1,100 more, which will leave Mensive odor and c.n be ud aay tine Not Holes Only tx-dosion and the OsJj WUUdet is that 1,11 Tn debt at the betrinninc of next vear w,th ' as :J,7"n t Otto inUsts have holes but Benn - h Rhd Mr DeLonL -on grew rapidly worse until death claim- aeoi at me oegmniug oi next year , anaollir xielu some ol the attaches of t hb Leucine IMa-ters ulone have irenuine ooui meu m.u ir ieiou . b r J were not iusuwu kuicu. eu uer. 10 per cent, bonds, has been funded m tainrr" . - neai, ami uigmi e.-ieemcu m u8uuui : say that though inr ner cent- and the nreaent ad- Ted,0,J aDJ rel'utbh- count v. The best wishes of the a'uoi coupler injoo ier cents, ami tne pffysji ao suaiBt and asajr hs wlied naansas sale nAy. TO with theni to their new Cfi nunUtrntioii hft. since aat Mav. ran- i nj i...ni uJ .1 . UASOO go wim tneni io ineir ue nroVe taUl. 1257,000. office Spirit of Ihc 2nn, May 29, 1S86. j healing virtues. 23c.