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SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO.
VOLUME 18. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY FEBRUARY 15, i8H7. NUMBER 37. THE CAPITAL, REMOVAL. The Jefferson City correspond en ts of the St. Louis Globe and Republi can are residents of that antiquated Id village, and of courss will not rep resent Sedalia fairly and justly in the telegraphic columns of those journals. "FILLS THE BILL." Fearful Fire. a - . . -y mm Augusta, ia., reb. iz, p. ThisWa What Maior Cole Told i b,e fir" J,M! ; 'own ... , ! from Market to Msrke. a tune ai nis nearers uoneerninff Keligion. Last Week of The Reviral a Wonderful Sac cess. For mouumental lying and for sketch of How Major Cole Came two gross misrepresentations, those correspondents takes the cake. In their dispatches they state that Sedalia exhibited the white leather run for cowardice so to speak and that the man- To be an Evangelist The revival services at the Ohio street Methodist church and also at the Y. M. C. A. rooms and Salvation Army barracks have been fullly re ported in this paper up to yesterday, and it seems hardlv necessary to agers of the removal scheme show-1 give a repetition suffice it to ; 11 I l -n 1 J 1 - 1 ed weakness by not coming to a vote. u wfre 'nw "Tf ami. Ine siugi m. A terri- is lit np i a J anu a nail, and every body is wild with excitement The tire department seeing powerless to cheek the flames, and a most disastrous burning is predicted. The splended i masonic hall and the theatre, where the fire originated. The lilobr hotel, the stores of Dai! v and Armstrong, and J as. G. Bailey are already gutted, and the Central hotel, J. B White's extensive wbohsale and retail stores, -J- Pauley's "hoe store, Chronicle office and intervening buildings are seriously threatened. The fire broke out at six o'clock and is now raging more tie vely that at any time since it origio-aied LAMENTED LINCOLN. WASHINGTON. House. i DECLARED OFF. t T.A ... r ... Washington, Feb. 12. Immediately 1 hO AliniVCl Sary Of HlS Birth after the reading of the journal, Mr Scott, Celebrated in a Befitting Manner. DEFEATED STRIKERS. A gross falsehood, conceived in sin, and prompted by an education for collossal lying. The capital removal scheme is stronger to-day than it ever has been, and the Jefferson City peo ple are well aware ot it. If the Sedalia people were so weak, why did you not, with your great majority, force the issue on the 10th If you have the majority inst that you claim, could you not have forced a vote ? I: looks to persons, at a distance as if Jefferson City was the one that showed a dis position to dodge the issue. Those in major!: y always are the ones who can dictate terms. The Bazoo has an abiding faith in Hedalia 's cause. It is just. It is equitable. It is the greatest good to the greatest num ber hence the ultimate success of the removal. Blackguardism, misrepresentation and ridicule will never win you friends for Jefferson City. It will eventually lose you the seat of government Police Court. There were five sinners in atten dance at Judge Levels revival meet ing yesterday, all of whom made the usual professions of contrition and penitence and promised to lead a dif ferent life. His honor, however, in sisted upon squaring the old score be fore starticg on the new and placed the amount due from each at $5. id L. V- Deman, however, kicked and aaa tnree witnesses summoned, an o whom testified to his sobriety and the result was an additional $8 tax for fees. The remaining four were J. D. Ford, drunk ; Arthur Rose, George Jardell and 8am Jones late hours. The last three were short of cash and joined the city marshal's street clean ing force as an earnestness of the sin cerity of these repentance. In Memorian. MRS. REV. G. A. BEATTIE. A wise and noble spirit passed from earth to heaven when Mrs. Beattie fell into the long sleep. Many hearts are pained at the sad news. The number was large who only knew her to love and admire her. A woman of culture and refinement, of win ning manners and address, of energy, tact, unselfish spirit, and genuine christian character, her departure is an overwhelming loss lo her husband, and a real loss to the Christian church, and will be felt by inanv hearts for long years to come. She was a dutiful daughter, a devot ed wife, and an affectionate sister, and as a Pastor's wife she was very superior. Earnest and faithful was her work in Sedalia. She was her husbandVow erof strength, and many are he hearts who will recall with gratitude her many acts of kindness and chris tian sympathy. She will not be for gotten. What she has done 'shall be told as a memorial of her 'She rests frwm her labors but her works do fol low ber.' It must have been hard for her to leave her devoted husband, her new and beautiful home, and all the attractions life held for her; but Christ gave her the victory, and now that she is with Him her soul re joices. Heaven will be complete when these she loved join her. Our sympathy goes out most tenderly to the afflicted husband. The cross is on him. But the Christ he has so long and faithfully preached will sustain M him and give him peace. Many are ' the hearts that are praying for him to-night Farewell, true woman, faithful wife, we shall meet yon bye and bye. Allen J. Van Wagner. Peoria, HI. Feb. 8, 1887. interest lias not waned in a narticjiar. Major Cole has labored with almost incredible zeal and energy and his efforts have been wonderfully blessed as they deserve to be. He is at all times a clear and forcible rea sooer, an i mi table story teller and while not alwavs particular to round his sentences and select his words according to Richard Grant White's test, yet when he wishes to say something ,he says it and it somehow exactly fills the bill. He has won friends both in his revival and in the social circle and bis name and presence will not easily lose their hold upon the hearts of Sedal'ans. During the entire revival the evan gelist's hands have been upheld and bis work encouraged by the eutire ministerial force of this city and to them is due, under God, much of the good that has resulted. The Y. M. C A. meetings were es pecially successful and that associa tion has been much strengthened by the additions jto its racks. There were no regular services yes terday except the usual prepara'ory meetings for young people and the one at the Oak) street Methodist church. At the latter the crowd was longer than at anv time previous and the remarks of the evangelist were as usual listened to with the deepest attention. They were based upon the fifty second and fifty third chapters of Isaiah in which He is spokeu of throughout and which the evangelist advised his hearers to head. After some preliminary re marks he said, refrerriug to the taking of Him with each and every one through every act of life. "There's only one thing that can help you, ard that is the blood of Jesus. He beareth all our iniquities. He beaeih a'l our sins. I don't believe you'll find any more interesting read ing than to just take your Concordance and read all the way through of Him, and let me say to you young converts, if you haven't any bible, do get one, just as soon as you cau and then read it be fore breakfast, or rather just so sooo as you open your eyes, so that your heart will be filled wiih Him. It is my own experience to say, 'praise the Lord, the first thing when I awake. I tell you that wilt make the devil run quicker than anything. It has tbe sound ol victo.y about it. You remember in Coring ians, first chapter and thirteenth vserseit says: 'But of Him are ye in Christ Jesus, who of God has made unto us wisdom and righteousness and sanctification and redemption." When we wisdom, righteousness, sanctification, it is all in Him. I do hope you can set hold of this truth, it isn't a creed or anything of that kind, it is the blessed Jesus. 1 remember when I used to go to New York when I was was in business and I used to say give me so much of this kind of merchandise or that kind and then I would say, well if that don't fill up the Cass, just fill it up with wadding. And that is the way with some of our prayers we ask for so many things and then just ask for wadding to fill up the caae. It is like the man who said 'come children, hurry up to breakfast, pa wants to say grace,' and then before they are hardly seated, says, 'Oh, Lord bless and sanctify this food which is now set before us for Jesus' sake, amen. Oh, Sarah what do you get such tough beefsteak as this for?' That is the way with a great many people who want to fill up with wadding. Jesus should be the home, Jesus is the home, Jesus is our righteous ness, Jesus is our sanctifi cation and our redemption. First there must be the dedication of your self to Him. Yon car testify, and keep on testifying, to make your con secration so complete that you will never get over it I remember a man who said be had consecrated away bis consecration. You can, however, They A tempt to Blow the Morgan Company's Property. up Estimate of Loss to the Strikers. New York, Feb 12. An evident attempt to tire the freight shed of the Morgan company at pier 36, North river, was made . i. . in i. i -- iu-ujgiJk iuuui iu u iiwt, urn mi rAnu- ion which cause! a stamped among the truckmen, who wre shipping freight there at the time. The shed which contained a large quant itv o freight, took fire but was soon extinguish m . - ed and no dauiajre worth mentioning was done. The police regard the explosion as an attempt made by the defeated strikers or some one in svmnathv with tnem. tu damage the company ' property. New York. Fb. 12. Bradstreet make- tbe following estimate of losses : The result of strikes in his countrv since Januarv 1, wages sacrificed by strikers, $2,- 550,000; loss of wages to employes th own out of work by strikes of tellow workmen. $o50,000: losses to trade and through the increased prices of coal, etc., $4,280,000; total. $7,280,00 J. The Bowman Mystery. St. Louis Feb. 12. Tbe niysterv which for over a year has surrounded te murder of ex-Mayor Bowman, of List St. Louis, has not despite the assertions of Detective rr loner that he has arreted tbe light man, been cleared awav. Geo V. Voice, who was arrested yesterday, cba ged with the murder denies positively that he committed the deed, but has prom ised Furlong that he would assist in track ing the real murderer. It is believed, however, that he was in some manner con nected with the murder, either by being bribed or in acu e commission and that he will tum state's evidence to avoid pros ecution. When he was arrested yesterday he found out that Smidt and Banks had imornied on him, and he said he would surely kill them on sight, and threatened to boot him tnrouga the bars of his cell if ever they were brought to the jail. New York, Feb. 12. The first annual dinner ef tbe republican club of New York tin tho inniraru. ..f ttiaKl. of k L v . . hp rtllfc in IW lif Kv a twnrKl lncom, was held at lelmonico's to-night V. 7 ,"T it. about 275 more or less well-known I "d. hf co1111! that it could not be H of IVnnv Irani. 4-minded the regular order and called up the senate b:.ll for the , retirement and re-coinage of the trade dol ! lar. Mr. O'Neil, of Missouri, raided the point of order that the committee on labor was entitled to the floor under a order made in May last, order had been made under The .New York Strike on Water Front Declared iff. the or les well-known The toasts were as Devilish Deed San Francisco, Feb, 12. Last night Geo. Mes-uier. a laborer, in tbe employ of a local til m of wine merchants, shot Fred eric Muller and Mrs. Mullet, a sister of Messmer's divorced wife. Since the divorce Messmer has written several threatening letters io his wife Last night Messmer . a ng the door bell of Muller's residence, and fir.d two bullets into Muller the moment the latter opened the door. After shooting down Mn'ler, i e assasMti rushed into the ki.chen and fired at Mrs. Muller as she fled into the back yard, the bullet penetratimg her left forearm. Messmer then went into the yard and shot himself in the bead' The doctors think he wi!l die. Bad Telegraph Serviee. Chicago, Feb. 12. -The temperature dropped io zero tins morning, the weather having grown cold s-.eadily throughout the night. The telegraph wires are covered with a thick coating of frozen sleet, and the telegraph service is badly crippled a aaiu iu consequence, the wires in some instance having been borne down under the heavy load At various points south and west of this city, the ice is so thick and 1 heavy on I je telegraph a a L wua aooui zto more republicans pre en t. follows : The presidents, James Foster ; Abraham Lincoln, Joseph K. Hawley : theempire state, Senator-elect Hiscock ; the republican party, Gov. Foraker; reform of the party within the party, Senator Harrison ; you 22 men in politic. Chauocey M. iJepew ; the war governors, Gov. Olesbie; Republic in clubs as agencies of party organization-, K T. Bartlett ; a tariff for protection, Galusha A. Grow; civil service reform. Henry Cuhot Lodge; our legislators, Speaker Husted. Mr. Biaine had been expected to re port to the toau of "Abraham Lincoln, " but at the last moment he sent a letter of regret. The speaking continued until a late hour. Gov. Foraker io the course of his rep-ne aid ot the republican Diiftv.it call for troops was answered by the grand est army that was ever marshaled on this or any other continent. It put more than a million men into the rield and main tained them in more than ibree hundred bloody halite of the republic. To carry on this stupend- ous wora 11 raisen ana expended more than six thousand million dollars, and ac counted for it all with such scrupulous h"nety and tidalitv as to stamp its civil service as the most in telligent, honest and capable that our government has ever enjoyed since civilization. It struck the shackle from the feet of the four millions of colored people; provided a sound financial svstem: provided diversity of employment and do-! mesne commerce. Hon. James G. Blaine in his letter of regret after referring to the anniversarv and paying a tribute to Washington and l.ua-olu as the two immortal names 10 a : l: . ,.v- , .-vLurncau uiMory ays; lourciuo meets to do honor to Mr. Lincoln as a Republi can, it was the Kenub lean nartv that gave Mr Lincoln to t e nation and sustained him, step by step, throughout his extraordinary career. A celebration of Mr. Lincoln s name, is a celebration of the republican partv. To that party he was sincerely attached : to its princ pies be was entirely devoted ; in its success he found tbe victorious issue of everv ereat oolicv of which he was the highest exnonent. fhe republican party makes no attempt to nsrrow the posse sion of a fame that is recognised on all continents, that wi 1 last through all centuries; that belongs to humanitr. But the political organization hich supported Mr Linco'n has the right to claim the prestige of his name as it continues to labor in the great field where he wrought, until all the harvests of his planting shall be gathered and gar nered. New York, Feb. 12. Following the de claration of District Assembly No. 41) that the strike was off. there was a General rush prior special j of locgshoremeu and freight handlers That special , along the whole river front this mosning suspension ol j to get back to work. At some piers alone Fist river strikers had not even waited for orders from headquarter, but had gone back to work on the best terms they could SQske. As early as six o'clock gngs of strikers were seen around the piers wait ing to catch foreman and superintend ent as they came to their respective piers, At the Maine Steamship company's pier, all the old hands returned. At the Clyde, Mai lory and Ward piers also, many of "the old hands had found their way back, but in no way were they recognized as union ists By Monday it was expected the busine s of the comoanies will hare re- aside by a majority vote of the house upon a resolution reported by the committee on rules. Such a course would turn the ma king of a special order for a two-thirds vote into a farce. The committee on rules could nullify an action of the house, and to morrow report resolution, setting aside the remainder of the session for the considera tion of one particular job, to the exclusion of every prior special order. The speaker stated that the order award ing the floor for ooedav to the committee j on labor, had been made in May last and Umed its normal shape. a ivhi turning orurr. ouuaequenuy me housenot the committee on rules had ! Rook Island ei aside a particu.-r day fcr consideration ot the trade dollar bill to the wires, as to not find ourselves having only snap and carry down the wires, but in many cases the telegraph poles hive also been broken and carried down. CectiEued on Kixtath Page. Hapid tiise of tftiver. Chicago, Feb. 12. The AxiVy AW Fort Wayne special says : The flood now exceeds all preyions records. The water in toiee rivers, the St. Joseph, St- Mary's and Maumee, has risen twenty-six inches since 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon and is stilt 1 sing at the rate of an inch an hour Hm city is entirely cut off from com munication by wagon roads with the coun tiy north and the water is now even with tbe lies of the Lake Shore and Mu ncie railroads and threatening tbe wholesale destrrction of the bridges. A score of fa ai i lies removed from their houses with difficulty to-day. Sareet commissioners estimate the damage to sewers at $10,000. Law and Order League. Iavenworth, Kan., Feb. 12. Yester- dav tbe largest saloon in Ieavennorth. known as tbe "Saratoga," was closed by the sheriff upon complaint of two repre sentatives of the League, Carl Miller and F. M. Anthony. Last night, while the two were passing the place that had jmt been closed by their efforts, they were set upon by a gang of roughs, who knocked them down, tore their clothes and otherwise maltreated them. Miller gained his feet, pulled his pistol and tired once which took effect in the leg of a gambler named Ryan. 1 be crowd did not scatter however, and were prepariLg to assault the two again, when the police arrived, and drove them off, taking Miller and Anthonv to the counly jail for protection. The closing of the saloons has engender ed tbe most bitter feeling, and there is no telling what the outcome will be, and as ' 'ie Law and Order league have not called a halt it is possible some act will be com mitted that will lead to bloodshed. It is said all the gamblers and roughs will be ordered to leave the town at once as they are the element that alone will bring on a cri-is. Fort Scott Booming Fort Scott, Feb. 12 This city is en joying a great boom. The transfers of the city real estate, for the week ending to night, reached the sum of $450,000. The city is full of strangers and business in all lines is extraordinarily good Our people are jubilant, and aiany new enterprises are on foot. Inspector Thomas Stivers of the post office department is here to-day and has examinee! into the matter, and has decided 10 report in favor of a free delivery of mails Strike and Starve South Amboy. N. J, Feb. 12. The striking coal handlers here are roundly cursing members of district assembly No. 49, Knights of Labor of New York, for giving in. the men are in a bad position, and their old places on the docks have I 11; a m m . a a oeen mied, ana most 01 tnem nave no money and very little credit. The several companies shipping hard and soft coal from the docks here announced to-day through their agents, that none of the new men would be discharged for the purpose of creating vacanies lor the old men. exclusion of all other business. He overruled the noint i of order. Mr. O'Neil then raised the question sf j consideration. The house decided yeas ' 142. nays 101 to consider the trade dollar I bill. Washington, Feb. 12. The house took mm the trade dollar bill. Mr Lanham. of ' Texas, representing the minority of the co aim it tee on coinage, weights and meas utes, offered an amendment providing that within six months after the passage of this act, dollors not mutilated or defaced, shall be received at their face value in payment of all dues to the L'nited States ; that any holder of trade dollars may exchange the same for standard silver dollars or subsi diary coins, and that the trade dollars re ceived by the treasury in payment or ex change, shall be re-coined into standard doll trs or subsidiary silver dollars. Mr. Warner, of Ohio offered an amend ment providing specifically that the coinage of tbe silver dollars should not he considered as part of the siver bullion re u lire J to be pui chased monthly and coined into standard silver dollais Mr. Lanham accepted the amendment offered by Mr. Warner and modified his own accordingly. The amendment as to Modified was agreed to, 127 to J9 and the bill was amended and was parsed, 174 to 37. As passed, the bill provides in its first section that for a period of six months after the passage of this act, the trade dol lar, if not defaced, mutilated or stamped, shall be received at their face value in payment of ail dues to the United States, and shall not again be paid out or in any other manner issued. Section five provides that during the above period the holder of trade dollras not mutilated, defaced or stamped may be received in exchange on present ation of the same at the treasury or any sub-treasury a like amount and value dollar for dollar in standard silver dollar , or in subsidiary silver coin, at the option of the holder. Section t-.ree directs that the trade dol lars received by the government in pay ment of dues, or in exchange, shall not be paid out, but shall be recoined into a standard silver dollar or subsidiary coin, at the discretion of the secretary .of the treasury. Provided, that the re coin age of trade dollars recoined under this act shall not be considered as part ol the silver bullion required to be purchased and coined into standard dollars as requir ed by the act of Feb. 28 1878 Section four repeals all laws authorizing the coinage and issuance of the trade dol lars. The House than went into committee of the whole, Blount, of Georgia, in the chair on the diplomatic and consular appropria tion bill. Mr. Bevins, of Missouri, made a point of order against the provision incr asing the salary of the minister to China from $1X000 to $17,000. The point of order was sustained, as was also a point of order againt the provisions fixing the salaries of the ministers to the Argentine Republic, and Turkey at $10,000. Pending further action the committee rose. Messrs Bieckridge, of Arkansas ; May bury, and Reed were appointed conferees on the bill, making a close season for mackerel fishing. The house adjoured. Express Robbers. Morris, 111., Feb. 8 Yesterday William Pinkerton came here with Newton Watt and Mrs. Sehwartz and had a long inter view with Schwartz. This morning Watt was placed under arrest and taken before Justice Woodbury charged with complicity in the murder of Kellogg Nichol, the Rock Island express messenger. The pre limininarv examination was postponed ti 1 next Friday. After Harry Schwartz, the Rock Island brakeman had been bound over by the committing magistrate at Morris, the other day, it was thought best to make a search of his house in the hope that some of the plunder might be fonnd therein. As a result, his wife came to the Pinkerton detective agency, and after some hesitation, made a confession. She admitted she Bad changed quite a number of $100 and 50O bills at one place and ano.her; she had carried a considerable sum on her person, and that she had maintained great secrecy about these matters at the request of her husband. She said that while her husband knew nothing about the murder, or who committed it, that on the night of the tragedy he ran the express car from Morris to Davenport ; that after he got in to the car and began sorting things around h " found a package of 50, and $100 bills which he pur in his pocket and after ward found to contain $7,000 and he had expended some of this, had secreted an other small portion, had burned a package when he thought he was too closely watched by the detectives in Philadelphia, and finally had given an other share to a friend and Mrs. Schwartz expressed herself as exceedingly anxious that her husband should state the whole truth of the busness. On Monday last W. A. Pinkerton and Mrs. Schwartz went to Morris and yisited the brakeman in jail. Sew art was told frequently what his wife had said' and asked to make an explanation. Mrs. Schwartz threw her arms around his neck and begged him to tell the truth He then said he had found a package under the seat in the smoking car of Danforth's thrain, on which he rode from Davenport to Chi cago on the night after the robbery. He spent part of the money and burned some and gave a portion away. He finally stated to whom he gave the money. New ton Watt, for some time, denied having received the money, but finally broke down and admitted it, though he refusesed to say what he had done with the money. Watt is now in jail un der arrest and charged with killing Kel logg Nichols, the express messenger with an iron bar. Neither Watt or Schwartz now admits that he said anything to the detectives implicating himself or any one else. Perfectly Satisfied. New Orleans, Feb. 12. -A dnel was fought to-day between Robert Roman, son of Judge Alfred Roman, and Sidney L. Theard, son of Hon. K. 8. Theard ; weap ons, small sword. Theard received a slight flesh wound in the hand and the fight stopped. More Water. Rochester, Mass., Feb. 12. Advices from up the (J encase Valley indicate another sudden rise in the Gen esse river. Conagoeharie, N. Y., Feb. 12. The Mohawk river is very high and reaches the Central railroad tracks in places along the Mohawk the worst flood since 1870 is experienced at Fort Hunter. Thomas C. Pettigills Knit ting mill at Amsterdam was,, unable to ran to-day on account of the flood . Still No Election. Charleston, W. Va, Feb. 12. The sev enteenth ballot for United 8tates Senator resulted : Camden 84 ; Jenney (Green backer , 32 . Davis (Dem.) 6; Johnson (Dem.y 2; Brsnnon (Dem.) 2; New man (Dem.), and Maxwell (Rep.), 1 each. Victims of a Blizzard Livingstone, Mont,, Feb 12. There is serious apprehension that there will be an appalling loss of human life in Montana. Snow began falling the middle of Novem ber, and there is now more of it on tbe ground than for ten years. Most of the stage roads are en tirely closed up. Trains are running at irregular intervals, some being tour or five days apart, aud the supply of fuel is al mast exhausted. Three days ago coal was sellini? at f60 a Ion at Rnrt Ren ton and now it can hardlv be had at anv price. I fare of all well-regulated poultry yardj Snow drifted to enormous depths, and peo-1 The large amount of oil they contaia pie living at Mountain Pass are in 1m- E. P. Ripley, general freight agent of the Burlington ; H. H. Court wright, general f. eight agent ol of the Alton, and John OTDaj, vice president of the St. Louis and San Francisco, were closeted yesterday, engaged in the preparation of a bill to be intioduced in the state legislature looking to the establishment of uni form rates in Missouri. The propos ition of the gentlemen is thnt the various systems of classification in vogue be abandoned, and that the method of the joint western classifi cation committee be adopted as the standard for classifying freight in the state. It is claimed that if a law of that kind be of vast benefit to both the shipper and the railroad company. Globe- Democrat. - m w 1 t i s - mi The Wtstern Rural says: "As to special grains, we name buckwheat s one of the most valuable for the pro duction of eggs. Sunflower seeds should also be included in the bill of minent danger of meeting a horrible fate beneath an avalanche or freezing to death. Should another protracted storm occur, it is believed hundreds would succumb to its terrors. As it is, more people have been frozen to death this winter than for a quarter of a century. Another Thief. Indianapolis, lad, Feb. 12. -The trial of Spear S. Hollingsworth, ex-treasurer of Knox county, which has been in progress at Vincennes for a week, ended to-day. The jury, after a short deliber ation, returned a verdict of guilty, assess ing the penalty of three years' imprison ment in the penitentiary. Hoi lings wort h's embezzlement aggregated abou$80,000. Perlutp. Washington, D. D., Feb. souri, fairer, fair weather, ing Southerly. 13. -For Mis winds becom- seems to oe especially vaiuaDte iow young, growing chickens. They alsl give a gloss and brillianev to feathers probably unequaled by other food. Even when fed in far? quantities no bad effects follow, as thi husks or shell must be taken with th meat" une day recently a lady m soot Portland, in need of a Chinese servant, asked her laundryman to send her one whom he could recommend. Next day a Chinaman came and presented tho following note of introduction: ''Mrs. Lady Friend She: Ton when at there told me want to boy cooking. I had have a boy is good man and honest man he neat and clean and doing nicely that this one best one never yo have before like he doe I wish oowii take him to stay with yon and Git recommend to him coma to Fmriland Oregoman. )