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nm SBDAJL1A WEEKLY BAZOO. NOVEMBER 5; 1889.
3 Now laughs the sun ; the south-wind blows ; Three merry maids hang out the clothes; Miranda, Maud, and Madaline; They hear the village clock ring nine. Quoth Maud: " Why are we done so soon? The washing used to last till noon?" Two rosy mouths in chorus ope, " Oh! now we use the Ivory Soap." A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the 1 Ivory ;" they ARE NOT. but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it. Copyright, 188$, by Procter & Gamble. NATURAL TIME-KEEPERS. How the Natives of Madagascar Measure the Progress of Time. Clocks and watches are still rare among- the people of Madagascar. Time is marked either by the more regular incidents of daily life, or by the points reached by the sun's rays iir.different parts of the house through the day, a method which reminds one of the dials in use among the Greeks and Komans. The other method has all the charm of the shepherd's cal endars. According to these the progress of the year was marked by the appearance or the disappearance of birds and bios Boms. The following is given as the order of the day in Madagascar: About Daybreak 6 s.zn. The dew is dry 7 a. m. f eed cattle 8 a. xn. tmehine on the roof M d a.m. The day is wide open 30 a. in. Sun at doorstep 11 a. m. Sua over the ridge 12 xn. Sun shines in the door 1 p. m. Sun shines on rice mortar. 2 p. m. Sun on east wall. 4 p. m. Collect cattle 5 p.m. The red sun 5:30 p. m. Sunset ............. ... .............. 6 p. m. Cook rice 7 p. m. Satriee 8 p. m. Gun fire at the capitol 9 p. m. People lie down 10 p. m. Midnight 12 m. Frog eroaumg, a a. m. ' . " i She east is light. 5:45 a. m. Jewelers1 Weekly. ' I: r -Get out o' here," said the hen to j i Vi r iViino orrnr "Vnil r) rn ' f Viol on rr .n the china egg. 'You don't belong to my set. 11 Harper's Bazar. Ethel "Do you think ho lovet you, Nellie?" Nellie "0, I am cep. tain of it. Why, he wants me td tnarry so much that he has borrowed money of papa for us to get married on a thing his proud, sensitive soul could not brook if he did not love me. 11 Chicago Journal. 5 "Books published 300 years ago sail at 25 to $500 a volume." Many modern authors, whose unsalable edi tions are reposing on booksellers shelves, must regret that they didn't have their works printed in the fifteenth century. But we don't suppose they thought of that. Norristown HarM, i Saline manures act "by stimulating plants, to increase their foliage, and they ought to be used on the young" crop for that purpose, jmd should not be put on tho soil at the epoch of germination nor at that of the ripen ng of the seed, sinco they act against; both germination and ripening wken blants are giving out carbonic acid gas. ' I When cultivating- the iestroy grass only a few inches deep Will suffice. One inch of soil, kept kine on the top, will serve as a mulch, and in pulverizing it the grttss and Weeds will he killed. Never let the ground become hard and crusty ii jfchere is a probability of a dry season. JVlCEIreC S WinC Of Card'JI and THEDFORD'S BLACK - DRAUGHT a for sale by the following merchants in j Rpalia J Sedalia. August T. Fleisehman. "W. E. Bard. Merlz & Hale. Xr.K. T.Miller. Through cars to Chicago via M., K. & T. and C, B. & C. B. B. A. A SUBSTITUTE FOR GOLD. Remarkably Bare JUetal Eound rf in Cornwall. Hew York San. Id a mine at Cornwall, in England, there has been discovered a lode of the rare ana precious meuu uraDium, Which. na8 nitnerio oeen louna only in small Dockets or Datches. and in ! two or three widelv seoarated locali- ties, bo rare is it that a century ago its existence WJb unknown. Two of the moBt important oxides of uranium are already used, the one in the production of costly black por- ceiain and the dark tmts of porcelain manufature, to produce lieaitnrui goidep ana greemsii colors, aad in conjunction with other miner- als, opalescent hues. The chloride of uranium is also nomine into use as a n ii i i- suu iuute lor gum m puoiograpnic work. With plantinum and copper the me.tal torms two nne alloys, each resembling gold, and offers a substi- ft 6m. -.ni ifniof-i ttto rs c-i-uii-i , . , ,.. . . , , I i--i wl'uuul ul ilb uitrii eieiiLnciii reais i uscu in cieuLiiU lusuiaiiuuQ. iis i rarity and high price have hitherto in ' terferd with its use in these latter ways but the discovery in Cornwall . . i . . - will no doubt lead to its general in troduction for such uumoses, A Tramp's aiysterions Dcatb. DeniEon, Tex., Oct. 29. George Glass- cock who has a ranch in Blue county, tove and threw up his hands. At this mo Choctaw Nation, is in Ihe city to-day. TrW Kh kW lhp tsinr i!, Mr. Glasscock states that lat Friday a sax. viassCOCK siaies mac iat j?riuay a ed a nigbt's lodgmff. Jn ine mo 1 .. TT jfumg t he man informed Mr. Glasscock wished rcork. Mr. Glasscock told the party, who gave Ills name as Wilson Haney, that he cou'J furnish him work, hauling vood for a period of several weeks. That night Haney, who slept on the back porch, left his bed and came inio ihe room where Glasscock was asleep, and awoke liim with the remark, he wished to leave. Glass cock gave him a dollar aud Haney left the room and sat down on the porch un- til near ihe break of day, when he passed out of the front yard and disappeared, j That wa3 the last that was seen of him until his bodv was discovered in a well bv Glasscock Ihe morning following. Most complexion powder have a vul gar glare, but Pozzoni's is a true beautifier whose effects are lasting. A Burglar's Confession Davenport, To., October 30. The pris oner. John Webb, who was lodged, in jail here ea-ly this morning for being .n a c complice in the shooting of Thomas W. McCausland yesterday morning, has been busy .ill day. He has written out vhat he culls a full confession of the conspiracy and the crime. It has been handed to & deputy to await the Sheriff's return. It is known that Vebb ccnfesse3 entering McCausland's by the threat and being present when the cTuffi located, and it is rgardcd as daBgerous by physicians to mske further search for it. lbterna! hemorrhage has taken place, and the chances are against his recovery, For Sale. A pedigreed Holstein Bull calf, out of imported cow. J. M. Wilson, 10-2 2-w-4-t 401 West Second St. MILLIONS FOR HIS TITLE. Marriage of C. P. Huntingtoii's Daughter to Prince Hat zfeldt. London, Oct. 2S. The marriage of Hrince Hatzfeldt to Miss Clara Hunting ton, daughter of Mr. Col I is P. Huntington of new xork, took place to-day in the Catholic oratory at Brompton. The cere mony was preformed by Bishop Emmers. The wedding was private, only relatives and a few friends of the bride and groom being present. A wedding breakfast was 6erved at the German embassy, after which Prince Hatzfeldt aBd his bride started for Italy on their wedding tour. It is an open secret that Huntington paid all of the Prince's debts before the wedding. He in reality bought the Prince's title. frince HatzieJdt has been lor years a w. n' m m - t professional fortune hunter, and he is now simply selling his title t Huntington's millions. His name has been booked in the matrimonial agencies in Berlin, Paris and London, with promises of a liberal reward in case of success. His reputation as & spendthrift and daring gambler is the sqme in all the capitals of Europe. In Paris he is probably better known than anvwhere else, because that gay city has been for years the center of his field nf operation. With the thorough secret police system in France the Prince has been a znaiked man there for years. Most of his escapades are matters of police record. Leeklns For Her Papa San Francisco, Oct. 30. When the boat bringing overland passengers arrived on this side of the bay vesterday, a policeman had his attention dran by a little dark haired maiden not three feet high tugging at his coat tail. 'Pleas, sir," said the little lot, "Ise look- 0 t t t i mg lor my papa, jl come awiui lar irom home to see him and I tant fine him." A letter was pined to her dress. It was from the general passenger agent of the New York Central railroad and an nounced that little Lilly Ellsby, sir years old, had been placed in his care for safe transportation to San Francisco. He re quested all conductors over the lines she .traveled to help the little one along. There was also a note dated October 9. from A. J. Thieman, of the Lke Shore & Southern railway, which said "This child has no money orfood except what chartitable passengers have given her. Some one should be jailed for start- lug a little mtant way on such a journey. Do not give her money, as that wouldjbe stolen from her, but see that she is regu- IarI? fed thmkiug of your little ones at , , tn mOQt t,q , to appear, so the policeman look charge of her. The little one said her mother was dead and she had not seen her father for yeai"s ONLY THREE YEAES. For Shooting a Man Down in Cold BloodA Woman's Rerenge. Santa Fe, N. M., Oct. 30. Ada Humes, sentenced to three years in the penitentiary fr the murder of Jack Browr, at Silver Pj wa Lbr.oa2h! iA .lhe city this morning by Shenn H. H. whitehill, of Urant coun- ty After breakfast at the Exchange hotel the prisoner was taken in a carriage to the penitentiary and locked in the woman's de pariment. Her age is about 32. The crime for which she was sentenced wa0 committed in February last. r 1 i .it Drown was a uarmnuer, a woriniess a uuiuci luuu. iuuui:u a uiau ui jaiuiiy. he had been living wi'h the Humes woman. One day he refused to call on her, but instead went to see a female named Claude Lewis. This infuriated the Humes woman, and, pulling a pistol iu her bosom, sue declared sue was going lo kill Brown, and asked the Lewis woman to accompany her. Arriving at the s&loo!1, immediately on getting sight of Brown she jigd tj1 i- i . in: - . r ,ea of seif.defense aml again aiiegl momentary insanity. She had worth of diamonds when her trial began, which went for lawyers' fees, and to-day she gave the Warden $30 to keep for her, savins: it was all she had left. Her real name she refuses to divulge. Divorced and Jfarried in Tiiirly Jiin- utes. St Joseph, Mo., October 29. For enter prise in getting mamed Win. faaunderson, a telesranh operator, in the employ of the Missouri Pacific Itailroad, has broken the record. At 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon he was granted a divorce from his former wife, on the ground of deser tion, by Judge Itainey, of the Circuit Court. At 2:45 he secured a marriage license and at 3 o'clock he wa3 married by Judge Weayer to Mrs. Barbara Nelson, of Charleston, Mo. Mrs. Itelson had only been divorced from her husband six weeks. Bendy to Enforce Ihe Grain Law. Jefferson City, Mo., Oct. 29. Grain In spector Jasper N. Burks and Chief Deputy Inspector Colonel J. M. O'tshea will hold a meeting with the railroad commissioners to-morrow for the purpose of making final annngments for the enforcement of the grain inspection law on and after Novem ber 1. A few changes will doubtless be made in the deputy inspectors and clerks. About twenty men will be employed at the start. A change was made in the criminal cost law by the legislature, which has escaped attention. In the trial of state cases, where the punishment is less than & penitentiary offense, the state is required to pay the cost in case of conviction. This particulary affects, only such cases of conviction of minors, who are sen teed to reformatory in Ftitutions. It does not, however, relieve counties from the cost of keeping such minors after conviction. A Jf arderoas Iotharle's Fxplolis Barbourville, Kv., Oct. 29. Samuel Smith, a festive young Lothario, eloped wuii me youQjrest daughter ol William Gilbert; living near here, last night. The girl is deaf and dumb. Some months ago Smith made love to Gilbert's eldest daugh ter, also deaf and dumb, and led the girl from paths of vntue. He promised to marry her, and arrangements were beiDg made lor the wedding when he eloped wii.u me sisier last nigm. omuus exploits in war and love have been numer ous ana exciting, not to say sanguinary and dramatic About two years ago he $5 000 bond, which was furnished by Win. " j... vuuco auu nao uu iu Gilbert, fatner of ihe wronged girls, and about lour months ago ;Sinith killed an- oilier man named .Bailey, and had to Jur nisn .uuu oono ior mat. 6tui later ne cut anotner man and was under fcoOO bond iu mat cae. Auogemer ne was unaer Couu oonas ior misaeeus. Uid man liii- 1 . t I r-i ... ... oeri swears ne win Kill omitn on siglit for his base treachery. T?ir mTi vii i n, FOR TEN YEARS. mi t - m , in auo oiajw ui xciogLapji upeia- tor Tidd Aain Convicted. Keytesville, Mo., Oct 30. The trial of James C. Talmage for killing Night Opera- tor Tidd, of Brunswick. Mo., on the nieht fi,o Qrii of T..,- i qqq menced in the Chariton county court Mon- day. and the case was submitted to the jury MiorH. oan;nrr ' - The jury appeared in the court room this morning at 8 o'clock and rendered fcdr verdict, sentencing Talmage to ten vears in the nenitentiary for the crime. At the time of killing Tidd Talmage was 18 years of ae and wB rnnninc ? fra'h ducior on Hip nnrfh lino f f ha WoWi, from Brunswick to Stanburv. Talmapel went into the teteeraph office at Bruns- w?flr nn thp tiToh rc;., - j'.cr nnitv omQotn w.rr, t:aa ti mage accusiug Tid i of having reported 1,; iir i . i i .ti m him. Words soon led to blows, when Tl- mage drew his revolver and 'ot Tidd. Tidd expired in about five minutes aner reunnoe ine snoi. ue cn.sp .r r it mi went to trial at the October term. ioob, and. tne prisoner was sentenced to twenty-one years in the penitentiary. The attorneys lor tbe delendant appealed for and cprnrpd h hpw irini nn iT,o oron, that one of the iiirvmen was a relative of Mrs. Tidd, wife of the murdered man. At the rprpnt trial ihp sttnrnrr0 fnr it... efotQ secured instructions ranging from murder in me second decree to manslaushter in the fourth degree. James C. Talmage is nun v jcaiB ui auc, suu is a aoa ui me late A. A. T "Image, of St. Louis. Slicen Herder Shot Colorado, Tex., Oct. 30. Six miles west of here this mornine Dave Croain. a one armpd shppn hprHpr who ilm ami instant. Iv killed hv a nPirrnnnmpH Tnt.n w;iii.m. One of the hands took a gallon of whisky out to tne camp wbera both men were worKing last night, and all hands got iun. j;unng tiie evening Uronm and the negro got tnto a row, and Cronin hit hJm over the head with a skillet. This morning when the men got up, Williams went to the wagon and got his six shooter and without saving a word approached Cronin and shot him, the ball breaking his necK. Williams made no attempt to es cape. A number of cowboys assf mbled on the scepe, and it was with difficulty they were dissuaded from hang:ng tie negro. Sf ole The Goods 31. Josepn, Wo., Uctober 31. Early yesterday morning William Conway and oamra ixuuj, nuc aueaieu ai laeir noma, uuargeu wnu carrying gooos away irom a. j N. b'chuster & Co?s wholesale, dry goods house, in which they were clerks. They had been crrryine awav goods lor a year or two, "and h d sev- eral dry goods boxes hlled, ready for ship pmg. mey naa pinered several thousand dollars' worth ot clothing of the finest quality, ihey weakened this morning and confessed all. Conway has been a clerk in the house for ten years, and was a confidential clerk. Both are of good families. Escaped From Jail. Nevada. Mo., Oct. 28. Geo. Jewell and Sidney Beer escaped from the Vernon county jail here at midnight last night. They broke a hole through the iron floor, removed considerable dirt to the wall. where a heavy stone was removed. The work which accomplished their freedom was performed iu six hours. An hour after their leaving, a fellow prisoner called Sheiifl White and notified him of the es cape. Three prisoners remained in the jail, refusing to go. Jewell was held for rouberj, and Beer for assault with intent to kill. Both are voung men, the fonr.er about 30 and the latter 20 years of age. Granted a ClinBge of Venue. Forsyth, Mo., October 31. Claude Lay- ton, charged with the murder of George Warren in June, 1SS7, was granted a change of venue lo Christian county by Judge Hubbard yesterday. The de fendant is a brother of Thomas Lay ton, who was county and ciicuit clerk here for eight years preceding the Bald Kuober reign, and belonged to one of the most prominent families of the militia element. The threat against the Laytons found pinned to the body of one of ihe Taylor bi others, who were lynched here in April, 18S5, has since that time made that numerous family, of old Vir ginia slock, the most outspoken enemies of the Bald Kuobbers in Taney county. Another Altemut t .ttuzzlo fialstead. Boston Globe. Murat Halstead now seem3 in a fair way to be sent to Kussia, if he will accept the mission. The senate must be anxious lo get him away from his editorial den before he has a chance to say any more sharp things. Mr, H. M. Myers left 17 ears of corn at our office las I Thursday, which averaged 1288 grains to the ear. He raised 80 bushels to the acre and we don't think it can be beaten by any of our neighboring counties. Boonvilie Star. KILLED WITH AN AXE. An Old Man Chopped to Death by Unknown Assassins. Macon, GaM Oct. 27. -M'rs. Miller, an aged lady of Houston countv, sat in her house until daylight this morning by the dead body of her husband, who bad been chopped 10 death with an .ax in the early I i nan n I nn mo n r i np wire Hon huan Ktrnnlr and lpft fnr rfpnrl Iw tHa m n rrl a roro but she recovered consciousness in an hour 0r two to see her husband sitting in his chair dead with terrible gashes cut through his skn 1 and hia arma hflnpina almoat dissevered from his trunk by blows direct ed ?amRt him no Hp Rt Mr. and Mrs. Mi Pr nn nn nJ.l nnm.lo I . . who have lived in the samp knta fnr th forty years of their married life. Their children had grown up and married off, one, Mr. W.N. Miller, livimr in Haw- kmsville, and the other, Mrs. Mitchell, living in astman. .Having a competency I wuji.wwuuuucu IU 11YC at IUC U1U tho rtlri nnnnlornniinnari n. iV. U nome, ana Air. Aiiiter loaned money to hUneighbV. During Saturday he Jtad visiiea xiawKinsYiiie ana drawn some money from the bank for this nnrr, Airs. Muier, wno recovered sumciently to r it?ii i . . r . r day, tells the story of the night, from Z? i!6":;111!00??1! , , TV . , o ock last nigm, eacn wun a boos, read- lftJtx ZulXyA "Z.r " ner nuaDana sai iacmg tne door. Airs r" T , r.lcu"uu j ".U8eu "Jer nus- L, I ,uoiau ouc s",ue uiD ?Dlf em anconscious. ine ausband bad e"Iy seen the assassins enter with the uplifted aie, which they were about to arive init n wile, wnen barcalled to them ,uot 1 do that: ' As she fell unconscious Yom uelr seV ey PP0860; f e was done iOT. and rushed upon the old man. Five terrible axe cuts were found on his bodv. mihc iwuycicu cuusuiuusaess, her husband was Rpatpri in ner uusoanu was his chair in the pool of blood. She sat seated in center oi a there dazed and lest she should afraid to speak a word, bring upon her another attack. Toward daylight she screamed hysterically, and ;.h"s brought into the house the cook, who V, f r J , " AwaJr' liie bloody as was found upon the bed. The bureau drawers, trunk, etc., were all "" comainmg deeds and vsluable papers was taken about . . . i i a. t m ly.ards awa? where Jf was broken open and its contents scattered about. The wildest excitement prevailed this morning when the news was made public. lwo colored men bam Chunkey and Ed Johnson are suspected of the crime, and are now being pursued. Mr. W. N. Miller, son of the murdered man. to-day ofiered a reward of $a00 for the arrest of the mur- , i uerers. ine iwo men suspected were in J fTi . .1 Hawkinsville yesterday when Mr, Miller ?rewthis money from the bank, and their kuc8iuUUu upuu which they ave suspected. KENT'S CASE. mt ru -r r wi T"e W AOUDg an Who WaS Arrested for Smuggling $5000. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 30. The hearing testimony in the case of Percy H. Kent. the young man charged with embezzling I wuuu uutu me aauuiuii a ol. uusepu railroad company, xuay o iasi oegan in me criminal court this moraine. But two witnesses were examined, W. J. Hilton. treasurer of the road and J. P. Cummines. local freight agent of the Hannibal com pany. The question of Kent's conviction or acquittal rests upon tne identity oi A. J. Bowen, the bogus claim agent to whom Kent alleges he paid the $5000 upon pre sentation of a warrant that turned out to be a forgery. Kent is also charged ;with attempting to have a draft for $25,000 cashed on the day he paid out the 5,000. Mr. Hilton testified as to the discovery of the forgerv and Kent's explanation of it. A strong point in Kent's favor was the tes timony of Mr. Cummmgs that the defend ant's books, on examination, balanced "to a cent. Kent is a nephew of Mr. W. H. Mc Dowel, formerly General"Freight Agent of ihe Hannibil and St. Joseph, now Traffic Manager of the Louisville, New Albany and Chicago. Even the Mail Is Slow, Washiugton Post. A St. Louis man complains that a letter mailed to him twelve years ago has only just reached him. This complaint and some other things that we have noticed lately force us to be lieve that St. Lonis people are waking up and demanding that things be done with a rush. A Hew Item T Expense. Atchison Globe, Eveiy male Indian over the age of 21 who receives an allotment of land becomes a voter. It is estimated that over 20,000 Indians will be entitled to a vote In the next presidential election. According to the rates fixed by the "Kickapoo chief5 of Muscotah, who for many years has sold sixteen Kickapoos to every can didate on the ticket, this means an increase of $20,000 on campaign ex penses. Xot Willing to Acknowledge Fan its Evanarille Courier. Gov. Foraker is 3ick and, it i3 said, discouraged. He has not been manly enough to apologize for charging hfs opponent, Mr, Campbell, with being a member of a ballotbox trust on the authority of a Zorged paper But it makes no difference. Everybody in Ohio knows all about it, and there is a fair chance that Foraker will be beaten. nfOLVlfl03Jl(n3HDVW m mmim o. Anteizei Capital -Capital paii up in Casb $500 000.09 $200 000.08 DEALERS IN INVESTMENT SECURITIES. r . r-r. -. OAVUNWO UilirAJtCTMiljJNT. Savings received in sums of ONE DOL LAR and over on which interest it allowed LOAN DEPARTMENT. Uorl time, at lowest rate, Money to loan on real estate for long or with the prm vilegeto make partial payments. SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTT. Safe deposit bores in our fire and burg lar proof vault to rent at five dollars per andannum upward. TRUST DEPARTMENT. We make a specialty of manazinr es tates and trust funds of all kinds, act u curators of estates, receivers, trustees and agents and transact all business usually uuuc uj ixuai coiupames OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. O A Crandall, President. F A Sampson, Vice-President. G L Fanlhaber, Treasur er. F E Hofiman, Secretary. Henry Lamm, Attorney. R H Moses, John W Murphy, Chris. 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