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f MB SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO. JANUARY 12, 1892.
AZOO GOSSIP. Ad observing citizen remarked to the.Gossiper: "Sedaliahas a very nice cemetery, and it is a pleasure to know that it is kept in the best of condition and that there are some splendid monuments and other decor aticns. At the same time, I notice many graves unmarked, belonging to some of the oldest and wealthiest tarn ilies in the citv. This is not as it should be." "John R Green of Ray county," paid an attorney to the Gossiper yes terday, "who was chosen clerk of the supreme court, will make a most ex cellent and competent clerk. I have lud business relations with him and know whereof I speak. He was for years circuit clerk of Ray, and is very popular in that county, tie is ; promiuent figure iu democratic con ventions. and is withal a nice and pleasant gentleman. Soon after the f tate convention the president of the Missouri association of democratic clubs, Mr. Fred W. -bleiuuig ot Kansas ity, win can a convention of all the democratic c!ul in the state. It is expected that this will be one of the largest political jjatheriucs of the campaign. The importance of orgai.:iiug campaign clubs in ever' county in the Btate will be impressed upon the democracy in the next few months. When the convention i3 held every county ought to, and doubtless will, be rep resented. "Judge Richard Field," said an attorney in conversing with the Gos aiper yesterday, "is disposed to rush business through 03 rapidly as con sistent with the public good. There is no difguising the truth, without rtflecting on any particular attorney, that to carry a point, the lawyer will sometimes delay matters. 0 course all this is done in the interest of the clients, and no one bhmes the attor neys, but at the same time every one recognizes the necessity of a limit,and it needs the level-headed man at the ielm of aff ire." will show change." A few of the girls seem to be taking advantage ot the privileges accorded them on leap year as will be seen in another column, but there are others who are a little backward and for the benefit of these wc herewith publish the law giving them authority to run the matrimonial machine: In a book called "Courtship, Love and Matrimony," published iu 1GG0, there is this clause concerning the privileges of women in leap year: "Albeit it is now become a part of the common Iawe, in regard to the social relations of life, that as often as every bissextile year doth return, theladyes have the sole privilege during the time it continueth, of making love unto the men, which they doe, either by words or Jookes, as to them it seemeth prefer; and. moreover, no man will be entitled to the beuefit of clergy who dothe in anv wise treat her proposal with slight or con tumely." "The souvenir spoon craze is ou the wane." said a jeweler to the Gossiper yesterday, "but a more expensive and popular tad is taking its place. The enterprising youug womau now makes a collection for her dressing table. She buys some of the articles, but most ot them should hi given to her ornamented with her monogram. She naively informs interested friends that she is making a collection of sil ver toilet articles for her dressing ta b:e. .iney mentally note what, at birthday, Christmas, New Year', and bitween times, they will give her. The articles must be all silver, or silver mounted, to be the correct thiutr. The necessary accessories to a dressing- . 1 c ise present quite a iorniiuanio array. ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING. Narrow Escape From Death the Target (iallery. at CM l a-. n 9 I t . oiiuruy oner z ociocs yesterday a target gun wa3 acsideutly discharged in the shooting gallerv at 230 West Main street, and, as a result, the nro- pnetors son, a lad, perhaps fif:eeu years old, came near losing his life, Two gentlemen had just laid down 1 . .i i , . iau gun mey nau Deeu using, and were waiting for the chance due them, wheu Will Woodward, of Lin- colnville, stepped forward, picked up the gun and pointed it at the tanret. No suoner was this done, than the lad in question advanced from the monev drawer to return the change. It was at this juncture that the gun was dis i i i . , . . cuargeu anu me Doy oiug in rause was struck. fill 1 II . . 1 rr . . .. iub ounei iook ettect iu the upper rigni part ot tne lorehead plowing oacKwam uuuerueatu tne scalp about six inches where it loded. Medic assistance was at once call ed in and a casual examination allav ed all tears a3 to the danger of the wound, the skull not being effected iu the lt-ast. The wound being cared for the lny remained at the gallery seemingly unconcerned about ma narrow es cpe from certuc death. Had hid heid been elevated, bavoud oues'.iou Iih skull would have been perlorated BUGGY WRECKED. List night two men named J. A. Greeu and B. F. Wood were drivius south on Ohio street, aud when oppo site the new bank, the buggy struck a mortar box standing on the side of the street, breaking the shafts of the SEDALIA BRIEFS. in Henry W. Henderson, who repre sents a legislative district in Illinois, was in the city yesterday and was scfii by the Gos-iper at the union de pot. He said in reference to the coming national democratic conven tion : "I hope it will be held in the wpst, and am distinctly favorable to Kansas City, for the reason that that city has shown an enterprise rarely equalled in either the east or west. Another thing : As the republican c indention goes to Minneapolis, it is but right that the democratic conven tion should also seek a western point, and Ktnsas City seems the most avail able in every respect." Hon. G. A. McMahan, of Han nibal, was met m the rotunda at Sicher'a, Friday night, by the Gos siper. He was en route to the capi tal in company with Ju Ige John L. Robards, also of Hannibal. In speak ing of the extra session talk, Mr. Mc- I linos n vl Ihn fr n -1 . 4 I ..I- II . . . iUl.lc o.c luc uaimu!!!, tcnuuriuH, ouegy. it was, Irora what could be nair UrUSU, EUVet-moUUted COmbS. Ipjirnpri rnthpr slmnm. off.;,. Vnn.l Silver Hatpin box, etc., etc. IhC leppniPil snmpirhnt in llmim- on.l fJrw, l r-.i :. " r ' .i n . . . " " l""' "t" "r" lumui ui mo juu is, ui lajurse, mai an say s that while he (Green) had hold tne ante es are valuable and durable of the rem. WWul irmhlivl hi.i .,.i and will be necessary wlien ihe fad import, in It in rrnef flinm linm KI. ueocmes uniasnioua'ae. pra-n nnd during the st! tl.n O A O --' uuggv struck the mortar box wrh After the Im A lively game of draw poker wa3 the result as told, played in this city a few nights ago. struck the box Gr Among the players was an o:d man policeman Greeu called f..r a but none niateridiz d. who had not handled a card since Green said the horse was his property 18JQ Vn .TT.it, f.--n--,l .:!. l.: I J L . : 4 II il. I "o woiKtcscu niiu uu uuu uu .ia irviuir iu sen tne animal ii, f - . . . i - . oiu love tor tne game and could not to Wood. 31r. Woo.1 claimed thev iceisi, iue leuipiauuu nuicu overcome I owned tne norse tocethor. i.:. - i rri. . I uiiu ii&u a euiuiuer ciuuu. ua game ran aifnnlir tnn cnn unltl IT.. r,nn,i i,,ri .n.i 1 i i.. " xucmau wuo gave nis name as j.a fe iiuuua ccciucu iu nave ueeu t it . ... . , . , dealt out at one time and the I.P.tin JGreen 4 he reporter is said tohuve was exciting in the extreme. Tne auulCli iae name 7 gave an forty-niner finaily "called," but it took every cent or money he had to t - - unvin Mahan said that the people in his county favored the calling of the gen eral assembly together, and "for the next governor, 1 am for a man who is the peer of any one who had yet been named. He is pure, clean, honest, and possesses the req uisite amount of execu tive ability. E. W. Stephens, of Columbia, is the man. His talent strength is great, and I do hope to see him put forward." Mr. McMahan is very enthusiastic over the hopes that Stephens will forge to the front, for undoubtedly he is the BturJy oak that will do to nail colors to. Young men should notice that it is not popular to get drunk as it was once said to be. The following from a Washington correspondent is per tinent to this matter: "But the day of the drunkard is past in this country and drunkards no longer nil th.9 halls of congress ; drunkard do not operate our rail- J. j: i i , luaua, uireci our uaoK, mase our newspapers, write our literature, ex pound our laws and morals, and man ners are changed since a then future Prime Minister to England, in a state of nudity, at mid-dny, and gloriously drunk, ran through Hyde Park. The man who WOll'd ha a rillpr in Tcranl in this day must be a ruler of hid aape- me lor uniiK. - He Io3t. Then deliberately spreading his losing hand on the table, he solemnly remarked : "The very dentical keerds. keerd for keerd, that I lost my 'weasel skin' on at Georgetown in 1849. assumed name cannot be divined Tl 1 .1 i.uc norse tne two men were was the same that caused the Bitrss. tin trouble between Rogers and an account of which is given in other column. A BIRTHDAY PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Olmsted, at uu liast beventh street, cave a birth ihe old man. who shou d do better. uai Fart to meir very preitv and seemed to reeard it as a remarkable interesting little daughter Minta. coincidence, and has now sworn off for ne occasion was most pleasant and life. was thoroughly enjoyed by all the Mother mar I M out to nnn? joung folks. In addition to the Y . my darline daaehter : social enjoyments there was snread Tf lie . t ii rou ian mis year you must shut up I uerore tne guests a splendid enter snP. tainment in the line of confectioners nuts, fruits, cakes and everything innr imp vnnnrr ia ai xa ,1 j iwii auu iiiij, al was u cnizen ana a cuizeness 01 fi mat n 1 ?9.a,ia wno met by chance on most eniovable entertainmpnt in "Ninirio jni,nW' : i : ' Bouth about 11 o'clock yesterday. Bessie Olmsted, Jessie Twist. Mav nnP cpompn tn na fit a Anmnlaimni. I T - n t r ' III msrwi Hannah I flK- CT i - it , w.-wwt Attuuau wauciy, jae was orissiy reirosD?cire. and Fntmo Kmma raua t?u t as he deposited five coppers in John's fertv, Beatrice Frame, Eddie Schra hand for his fare, he looked directly der, Dora Lrfferty, Fred Olmsted, at she. Trf.t TTollo An,. n r .. ' il i . - l uuuei uncus, xjvu Are vou boarding or keemnp liri, fu. t ..- t. U ir ni . , r .T r,""v'- uuao. Jauaii, uuuies uuusc uuw, our. xtianKf as sea the n iron a Kmf tn rr a.. l j i ... , ,, ,. uuu uauci ly. aauy iu a ennu ireoie, wnicn would Ker. Holland. Minnie Owens. Will but for the Lafferty, Kate. Josi?, Mamie and Frank Henderson and O.-cir, Charlie During the past four yean a great amount of fine stock has been shipped from Pettis county to all points in the United States and other couutries. In tact, Pettis county is fast becom ing recognized as one of the fine stock a! . couiuies ui me Biaie. as a promi nent farmer remarked to the Gossiper yesterday: "Thero is no reason, with our admirable soil, railroad facil ities and other advantages, why Pet tis county should not become one of the foremost counties in the state in this respect. And, I honestly be lieve the countv is forcine- ahead i The farmers and stock men generally 'are showing an interest in the matter that is bound to produce good results. I predict tint a year from this time! never have been heard sudden stopping of the car. "A little of both," yelled Mr. Blank, in a four-mile stretch of voice. "We board in one place aLd room in another : very convenient. You j couldn't have done that ten rears It ago. "No, indeed : we keep house, but it costs a great deal. Our house rent is S30 a month." ano! vou could have rented t Ul I,:. i house like that for a third of the icl questions, at the conclusion of """r" tca aW- .. . which he was called unon to contri- " A nit rar riiy ny I CI n ntnAl. n l, n - ..... i-j 7 6" uuie to to tne city. j.uu UMiiu nnvp nirpn trio haat ti l .i?i!.?: ... ..:! C 1 l- r i tr.t I o inuuauiiiuca OIU lllUl ue, IU gin in oeaana lor halt the money ten common with Eeveral othera nnw tn JCai?go. hail, w II be nut through Bn and Carson Gilbert, Rose and Loren- za Aicuee. POLICE COURT. Arthur rtocers slept in the citv dormitory Friday night for having imoioea too mucn sweet milk. After buildine a comfortable fire in At. . ... me court room, ne was asked to ex- Hereafter the meeting place of tne state board ol pharmacy will be Sedaha. A disclnrga from the U. S. armv for 1' raucis D. Greer, is at Sheritf Smith s office. The physicians in the city report but little sickness, aud that little, of n light character. Lafe Birnurd, the Fourth and Osige street baker, yesterday dona ted oue hundred loaves of bread to the poor of the citj. Dr. Keely, of gold cure fame, is spending Sunday at Clinton. Clin touians are endeavoring to establish a gold cure at that point. The bi-ennial convention of the republican league of the State of Missouri meets at the opera house this city, Friday, Feb. 12. Mr. Henry Lauphcimer nur chased an elegant pair of diamond earrings, also a diamond pin, for his wne j-esieruay. Jsext Thursday nicht. George K. Smith Post, No. 63, G. A. R., will install its omcers. Ii,verv one is in vited, and especially the ladies. The grand lodge of the Independ ent urueror uud rellowa meets in this city iu May and will be one of the most important gatherings ever held in the city. Mrs. Ld. Marvin, win has been suffering from an attack cf grippe lias developed pneumonia symptoms. Sne was, however, somewhat better yesterday. General Superintendent A. W. Dickinson, of the Missouri Pacific. i i . . - ' iiuiucu over me roan vesteruav in n special train. He is out on his regular monthly trip of inspection over th -Missouri Pacific system, and was ac companied by a number of the minor othcials ot the road. Ihe regular term of the Pettis county probate court convenes on .Monday, February 8. 1892. There nek i- i ... aie u-uisca in .vuicn Eeuiements are lue from executors, administrators. ruardians and curators. The dosket . . ..I Ml I r i , . as uauai Mill UB lOUHU PUOlISne.l ill full in the Weekly Bazoo. There ate 58 annual settlements and f. mr final settlements. Tue Bazio stated iu Fridav eve- ..T 1 . 1 r - mug a imper mm mr. o. r . urown, a well known gentleman who is em ployed at the M. K & T. shops had ost four fingers through their contact with a circular saw. This tas a mis- fake, while the fingers were nrettv badly mangled it is now believed that all of then can be saved. Mr. Brown's friends will be glad to know tnat the hurt was not so serious as at first reported. at is u uoiau:e met tnai tne po lice forca of Sedalia is ridiculously small as compared with cities of simi lar 3!z?, but the members have been quite active in covering a large terri tory, ana, as they have been quite fortunate in keeping the city free trom crime, it is the best that can be done, so Ion as the Mavor and coun cil deems it best to use economv. This econcmv is not onlv confined to this department, out extends to every department under city jurisdiction. DIED ONE DAY AFTER DATE. Jno. Roth, a native of Switzerland. resided, on the opening of the New Year, in Pettis county, near Wind sor, He died on the new year of la grippe and pneumonia, aged forty' nine years. Ihe next day. Mrs. Rotb. wife. succumbed to the same dread disease. 1 tt . ami joinea ner nusband and the ma jonty. She was aged lorty years. Ihe some funeral service was used for both and they were buried in the same grave thus in death they were not separated. Mr. Koth left sixtv acres of land. well improved with farm house. outbuildings, etc., also some personal properly, and Public Administrator Jno. K. Clopton has charge. One heir is left. a little cirl. two years old. Yesterday J udge Hoy ap pointed Jno. A. Marti guardian of the orphan child : who will have her custody hereafter. CUTTING AFFRAY. Jlartin Biggs, Jr., Uses a Knife Ou G. W. Kogers with Deadly Effect. eye? on the floor and his cap drawrC tightly ovar his head. THE WOUSDED MAN was taken to Hotel Riley and Dr. W. C. Overstrcet sent for who dressed his wound?. Rora cuts in his left has five or six A Six Inch Blade the Weapon Uldc, but the most diug2rous cut is The Quarrel tho Result of a Horse Trade. uiggs ;n jau ami ueuies any Knowledge of Cntting His Adversary. About 9 o'clock last nie!it a homi cide was attempted and possibly will oe successiui. IIDRSE TRADE. "I daresay; My husband talks of mental course of nracTical nernlL' moving to Aurora ' f bJ "WasVtahouse there ten years ago." J.ne last beard of the relmneptitrn and alliterative citizen, he was shout ing : "You couldn't have done that ten years ago 1" THE POOR. Sanitary Onicer Murphy has called the Bazoo's attention tn another case of destitution. It is Mrs. Norrie Lewis, who, with her two little children, lies ill at the Pacific house without means or even the necessaries of life. She desires to dispose of her two children. COMMUTED. Throueh the efforts of Hon. W. Ti. Steele, backed by a very laree peti tion, the sentence of Samuel B. KTeel j has been commuted to 6aven months, by Gov. Francis, the time expiring on the 22nd of thi? month. There U a great deal of sympathy for Mr. Keele, as he bears generally a good reputation and very unfortunately bj. came involved in the affair. ROLL OF HONOR, The folio wine dudUs areentitleil tn i " f, , , ' i" to jjuuiisucu over in a pUce on the rtll of honor in room signatures as officers, a notica for No. 2, bummit school : Ola Gant. stockholders' meetinV the oue bnween the sixth and seventh ribs and penetrated the lunss. The surgeon does not consider the wounds neces-anly fatal, but micht prove so if acute in iull imation or pneumonia set in. Rogers is a teamster and resides at 508 East Howard street and has a wife and five children. The kaife that Biggs did the cut- ting-with is an old time one with a hrass handle and a blade about six: and one-half inches long. It was found by a uesro bov in the vicinitv Yesterday, Martin Biirzs. Jr.. better where the cuttiajr was done lastnicht. known as Bab Bicres. was in the citv kate last night a warraut was sworn drinking heavily aud wanted to buy out by Sheriff Smith against Biggs, an interest in a horse partially owned and the accused transferred to the by J. A. Lion and partly bv G. W. county jail Rogers, is. h. Wo ;d. who was also Martin Bigg3 fmured m the circuit dnuking, bargained for Rogers' inter- court yesterday as the plaintiff in a est in the animal and paid 315.00 to divo ce suit against his wife, Cynthia Rogers to bind the bargaiu. The lgs. but whsther it wa3 the man horse was then taken bv Wood and TCho did the cutting or his father, the ijion to the stable on west aecond oiAzoo is not advised street where tbev borrowed r Imrnpss after which thev hitched the animal KELVL ESTATE TK1N3FER3 . I 1 1 t r - I TL. r..ll ! . iua uuEcy uwueu ov uaruev Ojion. I auk iuhuwihk transiers were re- and went riding with a view of trving corded yesterday by Recorder Pilk- ine norse. mgion : ecraitixg. Moses liay and wife to James M. 1 1 .nrnntitni t in cntitKnii.-. .. . i nen tuey came back to tho stable tlm r , -,. , , .-v ouu.nvt iiuaiici ui aanuu 1. 1 .1 fin fPflQ Ipnrlllirr Inn hnivn AnnAm. I x 1 - j nn ...... o - -wUu- lowosn'p 4i, range pauitu uy oou. xncy were uis- Trice, 31,000. imiu" uikiui me owncrsnip 01 me .tn a Por.iA tn ti, w t.i.i horse The stable man got possession ,vin, lot 14, McVey's first addition, of his harness, when the anim il bioke Price, 800. auu ctpi. iwgers appeared chas E. Mus ck to M. E Chxh cn the scene here and some hot words South. h.t J nn.i mi- 11 v.: ' nuwuu .wu AWa bUUCtkCU UUUU M Wml.l nnrl I a a. down and kicked him. Wood then to. Th " H r?oii;a j t w xi. livested himself of two coats and a f!!ii S nnr . vest and was roady for another tussle Lpi- nf tho nti.. r With hH oilrarcnnr l-ta. snn.. I .1 1 I i. u "c ouu" nonnwest quarter ot section 17, town r w B.ur 7 w ship 47, range 21, including brick his home on West Second street by chnrch and north tn h.m: p.., v. us uis "'" 1 C-UU or daughter. E0GER3 AND BIGGS. Bigg3 then interfered and said think Rogers he was acting did not fairly. Kogers then told Bises : "Possibly you want some of it ?" and knocked liiggs down. A young man named iu. u. ljarkm who works at the stable, interfered and sena & B. T. Thoma3 and wife to Eliza beth Paget, the west half of th southeast nuarter of section 11. town ship 44, range 21. Price, S1.450. BURIED AT CALIFORNIA.. The remains of Miss Ella S. "Wood. who died at Dresden Friday morn- inz Were takpn tn iTalifnrnia Tr on the 10:40 train yesterday morning, rated the. scmnnpra nnil tnhl thom ;f and the tuneral services occurred at they wanted to fight they would have "00D ftel the Baptist churchr AFrER THE DELINQUENTS. Sheriff Smith last niirht. under order of court, started to St. Louis to take possession of certain parties, who had been summoned aud under con tempt of court failed to appear. The case was thu : A suit brought and tried last October bv J. B. O.iieelv and others against Theodore Piate and Albert Schenck who were dis charging the duties of president, treasuer and eecretary, contrary to rights. The suit resulted in an injunction against Plate and Schenck, who were also comman ded to turn all books and papers relative to me omce over to J . U. Quigley and Lewis P. Andrews as the rightful officers. A few days ago Plate and Andrews caused to be published over their - -...raiu u ukuEis, t UUHUO lot a wantj stockholders' meeting. And hence- Kv. Mr. Sim rail officiating. Amonsr tnose wno accompanied the remains from this place were Mr. Hush Yar- nell, step-father of decesed, James Wood and wife. Wm. Hanlev. Dick uimstead and wife. Mrs. Kudalnh. scrambled up and started to run and i?ean,i ,1s' S3' -Doty James Bow- Kopers ran after him. Kncrpra mnn ii 1IU auu ovkih liiggs and pulled him to the ground, tearing his coat. to go elsewhere, Biggs then said to Rogers : "lou 1 don't think you are any better man than 1 am. Rogers struck Biggs and felled him tne miauie oi tne street, isarsa in ALL TAKE A DRINK. Biggs escaped from Rogers and ran east on Second street. He had lost im oat in me meiee ana came back alter it. Kogers was then at the stable and had sit in the office. PARTY REWARDED. The Jefferson City Tribune eays in speaking of two of Sedalia's energetic detectives : "Gov. Francis has decided to mr detectives Frank Tutt and John Dn. down M00. the Missouri Pacific detectives, vizo eacn lor tne capture and con- Whpn Rntrprs Mmo haplr fnr l- viction of Lawrence and Smith, the hat, Kogers and Biggs walked across fi.ecnds w.ho wrecked the Missouri Pa the street to a lrnnnor nffio Tn .cinc tram between Syracuse and Ot- ing over to the lumber office Butm J7iUe oa the nJgnt of November 6, accu-ed Kogers of knifing him. This 18SU At the Ume of wreck Rogers denied and he told Biggs he Kove'nor ofiered a reward of 50O was a liar. The two were in the ut f tbe, Ume the wreckers had lumber office several minutes. ea .ru? own convicted, the Bicrra thon ptno nt tho ct.M. time limited for payment of the ame . and Lion, who had come in, followed ha? e? , Biggs up the street. When thev It" solely due to the work of Tutt arrived at RUeya saloon, Biggsiaaked f1"1 eiiong that the wreckers were all in to take a drink Biggs had a br?ugBt to account for their ditboli- ru crime, wnicn tor cold oiooded cru elty remains unparalled in the crimi nal annals of this state, and in consid eration of these facta the governor allowed them 8125 for actual expenses ... . oo . knife in his sleeve, and remarked to bystanders that he would get even with the . ieferrioz to Rocers. V O COLD STEEL G i VEX. Verv soon Rogers camp, alnnn- nd I incurred in the case. But for that the two met on the sidewalk in front Ukill and tenacity of the two detective of the saloon, when Biggs put the tbe wreckers would have gone un- K.uiiu mio mm twice, rto'rers wasl ""'ff" Juauto- ojawrence is ser- tnpped by Biggs and he was down V1D6 a five years sentence and Smith when knifed Biggs raised his hand to knife him again when a bystander grasped a rock aud threatened to knock his brains out if he knifed Rotrers asrain. TT i . O ne desisted and then ran east on : rnnm t?..i n .u nn r Q j . . . -v , mwu.m, a uui utcaiif, VJ.11CU oCT.uuuaireei.io wage street and went Dyspepsia, lodigMtion. Hot Dtr Skin. 'is doing time " for seven years. A EOUND LIVER MAKES A WELL MAN. Are tou Bilions. Comtlotted or IronMed with JaunJice. Sick Headache, Bd Tast Chas. Boatright aud Olin Frame. ' the latter proceedingi to a pool room. n . , . -n. xweaiy miuuies later iJ:gg3 was poiuted out to the officers as the one who did the cutting. The accused hd changed his hat for a cap, in the meantime. TALK Wrni BIGGS. Biggs was seen in the calaboose last night behind the bars. He denied knowing anything about cutting Rogers and declared that he wanted to give bond and get out. He siid he was a son ot Martin Bfgg?, the blacksmith, and resides about five miles north of the city. He claimed that he was between twenty-one and twenty-two years old. While the reporter was talking to him he did not look up, but kept his Pain in Back and between the Shoulders, Chills and Fever, 4a It you have anv of these sjniptDinj.yoar liver is oat of order and yonr blood is slowly being poisoned, became your liver does not act properly. Uercine will cure any disorder of the liver, stomach or bowels. It has no equal as a liver medicine. Price 75 cents. For -tale by Overstreet and Williams. DIED YESTERDAY. A. D. Neighbors, so well and fa vorably known in this city, died at 5:30 yesterday morning at the home of his son-in-law, C. T. Whisman, where he has been lying ill for some weeks. He leaves a large family of children. The funeral services will take place from the residence of Chas. T. Whi3- man this evening at 2 o'clock.