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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, DECEIBER 13, 1892.
THE LODGE OF SORROW. The Beautiful and Impressive Ceremony of the B- P. O. Elks at the First Con gregational Church. Among the too seldom, surprisingly beautiful' cants with which this rough i' J life of ours is intersncrsed. was the lodge of sorrow held by the Sedalia, Lod. X. 125 fthsl mystic order the Benevolent ami Protective unicr of carniDrf) lowing a revenue of SI, of Elks, in the First Congregational 1 149 81J, ::5 iVt,m all Hrces, while Jan church of this city .Sunday afternoon. uan. of thh vear t,e smallest hong lefore 3 iVhck, the hour tin- ei,rn;,1;!.a ofjuiv month during the vear, nouueed for the opening ceremonies, I tjre c-tr,,;,,, ,,'f thatinonthl)cingf22, those interested as friends of the order fcQ.iY2. and relatives of the menilers of the . . Sedalia lodge, began to alembic The Milk Turned Sour. Tn the church and they were politely; I will not tell you her name, ihut ushered to tltrir seats by Messrs. ()I1C 0f the neighbors says that durnig II. Hogg and tt. H. Grey, Jwth 'f her brief visitthe other day the milk whom are Elks. Promptly at 3 o'clock hume-l sour. Her counteiiance looks Mrs. Lee Iyons, who admirably pre-1. 1 Vil,,i long .Slie sighs perpetually, sided at the "organ, received jhc signal , 'rf,e cloud ou her brow is deep. If and the organ burst fourth in the har- beaten out thin, I liclieve it would oov monious rains of a voluntary, while ( cr ij10 y. her voice is doleful, and the Jodgr of Elks :d iuto the sr.:iet- l,fr eves show no radiance. Her nary twe by two. and remained stand- j wrinkles are iiumlierless. .She is a sor ing in form until rapped to their i ry picture, and all because .-he is a vic seats by the gavel, in the liamL-Nif the ;,,, of one of those complaints common Exalted Ruler, (1 .S. Connul. The I j() woinw:. Her system is deranged, officers of the lodge having arranged She needs a course of self-treatment themselves in prwper oraer, tlir lodge of sorrow was accordingly opened iii dueinrni. tiii: omoniis ok tub ix-imji: consist of C. S. Conrad, Exalted Ruler; .Sol Wolf, Esteemed Ieulirg Knight; JL L. Jacolw, Estecmi-d Loyal Knigbt; Gerrge Wright, Es teemed Lecturing Kniglrt; .1. I). Gibbs, Esteemed Secretary; Chris Hye, Esteemed Treasurer; .1. C. Thompson, "Chaplain; Ed. Mason. 11 ipiire; O. R Caldwell, Inner Cranl; and D. Dodge, Tyler. After the conclusion -of the open ing ceremonies, which -arc very im pressive on account of their simplicity, the lodge -quartette, consisting of Mrs. E. X. Bodge, sojirano, Miss Blanche Latour, alto, Mr. C. L. Taylor, tenor, and Mr. J2. X. Dodge, Iwss, rendered in an exquisite mamier the lodge opening ode, -which wis charmingly executed. The chaplain, Mr.-J. C Thompson, then ofiered a. prayer ju-cordirg to the ritual, which for a layman, was re markably well delivered. The quar tette then sang "Calvary" with almost, perfect intonaHon, and " then BrotJier Win. Latour delivered an ejilogy up on the aim und object of the order in general aind the work of the. Sedalia lodge in particular. To say that tins eulogy was eloquent, is but to give it faint praise. It was iu every particu lar, both in lsuguage and in dclive r about as perfect as man could have wished to hear. It was delightfull de livered, .in .a -quiet, earnest graceful manner, and every wonl asid gesture harmonized to a ilegree. It made a deep iinpress3')ii upon those assem bled, and held the audience spell-bound. Jt was an eulogr in-' lL.e, " a hymj; KY the QL-Krirrri: fiilbiivfvl in tin" Mini' hariiltiuitills ill--I cord with those which had been al- ready rendered, and 15ro. CI. E..L011- ir.iu iiicii mcu ervi tiiu iii;uj;ii ei , 1 .1 1 t - r.. 1 for which jiurpo.se the loilge of sorrow , 1 it 1 1 1 mid ecn called, it nemg an cuutrv upon the late Thomas 15. .Price, .rho had been -an active aiul Indined brother of the Sedalia lode of IHks. In a manly and fraternal spirit, with the earnestness of deep conviction a.-td belief in the subject of his addrrs.s, Mr. Lougan .reawakened ia the hearts of his hearers tiie almo-t faded aril forgotten love and esiecm;tli v.hicli the late Thomas 11 Price .had Ix-cn held by all who knew him. The Se dalia lodire had been 1:1 exigence for , about four years, and had a .memlx r fchip of KiO. and this v.a- the fii.t decth that had occtineil withis their ninks, and the first tin:' there had been occasion for the coiiveniui! of the Ldge oT Sorrow. He dwelt upon the virtues if ihe departel brotlier, and do-ed by wi-iiing that all i-juild but lead a iile a pare 11. that of Thomas 1. Price, which, in itself was a monument more ur:md th an any that could be made bv hit- man lands, one which would stand eternal 111 the heavens. After the ouartette had stintr the i - i ii .i t.. i cos,,,- ,u,u... in.se .....i jiuiili. n. singing mc Joxoiogy, wnercupon uie Cliajllain delivered the heneiuction and ; the Lodjre of Sorrow was chneil. It wit remarkable to note hat the majority of those who made up the congregation were ladies, and it is difficult to understand how men can enjoy themselves in hotel office and by standing upon the street corners, when such a beautiful ami interesting ceremony is being enacted. There was nothing but what wa commendable in the entire affair. Bucklen Arnica Salve. The best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively cures rues, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Mertx & Hale. I Interesting Statistics. j Controller Hedge, of the M.f K. fc T. railroad company, in his annual re port to President" Rouse, gives the following interesting statistics regard ing the road for the vear ending June 30th, 18U& Total 'freight revenue, S7,31S,911.77; tons carried, 2,415,014; tons carried one mile, fi53,114,!27; total passengerreven.ue,$l,80,2t9.23; number if lHissengers carried, 1 ,502, j 478; number of passengers earned one n);je , r8,C43,4: .October. 18fll, was t;ie jM;,ei. ,110llli, f the year in point withDr. Pierces Favorite Prescription. This will eradicate thoroughly those ex cruciating periodical irains awl func tional weaknesses incident to her .-ex, and at the same time build up and in vigorate her whole system by its health imparting influence. A trial lxittle will convince. Tax Collections. Ciiiintv Collector -Dnlii-rcy vc-terdav tiii i :rhh Coaa-.y Clerk .Miu-2r..m bin staie- niffit fif flnv tfvilliatUiiit fur lln filiililli fif XiivimiiIkt. It is n follows; Srate taxes S ,'.))) Tti Giuntv n-v-nuf -SliT tMi Soliooi -,SUi 01 f itlalia M.-hMj.. 1,1-10 IKI olo.ul 1,1(! il Omit Imu--. !NM5 ill Swlalia cily I,0!P0 II 'Sumlrv ili-uis.. 2(11 -1:1 Total. ...SU.174 :;; Good Looks. (iimhI Souk- arc iiuiiv than -kin lcoi, H-niliiis n)Kin a healthy condition of all the vita! orsaiK. If the hirer lie inaelive, you hx;a.a IIIImiii- IxJv. if your MownrJi lie tiironlert-cl on have a lyeilie Ixik and if -tour Kidneys 1. aflii ted yon have a l'incWd LiKik. S.vure ;om1 health ami vou will have "mmI locks. Klei-trie ltilli-r- islhe?re.italu.Tative and Tonic act- ili- m tlri these vital oKan Cures I'in.j.k- I'loti-hrs l!oil and gives a gooil complex ion, ."sold at ilerrz it Males, ilnigMore. "0c jr Itotlle. County School Affairs. I'rfiL Scotteu. collate Miitcriutcuilent of public xchooU, Jiuhl a teacher's examiua-' t ion yt his otlin this nioniiiig, at which I Mr. Kari O.lnell of IWal, anil Mr. J. W umiuicg-of l.-inonte, wnMlcil with the loiieMious iirob:iniled. the i:ert meeting of the Teacher-' ln-iiiute 1'. Wiu.fli.n ..nil.. mt. ul tl..i. for the Jvi-iern ili-trbt will Ih- held at ..Suidiiou next .Satunlcy afteriKH.ii at I I V!i.-L- nf inlKnt.1 u'ltl ..lu.t mi- ! il r -oii-i.!cnitlon- anil it IioihhI thai :i -t ., i -7 i i i . I ir-.. -hiixI-iiut inn-1i-m1 I Abraham Lincoln ., , 1 i.,,,.,.. u m , ;na'snittd pn-idcM of the failed ' . ...... Mate-, mink- a lik-wii adiin to in- .!! friends :uhI nelrr.'. ;tr in which he said, "XKi'iiutot:- avr voi a ijnYs a cuaxit." Thc-e word.- ufju with a- much force tiwlar ;i they d.d jiiirty yar- asii. How givelhem tbi-c-haiK"e? l ! iu uie -MirtliM'-t i- a gn-at cinjnrc waiting for ;.ung. ami stit.-ily fellows to I the'trv" "inver ,I,r b "!i iand ! an-the Voun2 fellow-, the f-v that . coin reierrcd io, seeking toiiei'eriiieir i-on- j ditiou arxl get on in lite. , . v V,T Ti"n'vrl n aI,,lrl1 .orllii-ni J 'aeitir K. K. Here xiii e:ni lino prxi:vm.:.h:.:.v5h;gw,:,m. jn,,. ! nia's. ami in'jhe Kit! Kiv Vallev of ; nere i i oeir tuaiice. North Ifakutn, tin- liiic-a of prairie land- ( ntici lor win-si uuu grain, or : - eii lor i wlio-liave elected I'liu as their repre-.livcr-ilied fari.iia-.. In W.-u-ni .V..rih !.ct:ltive to the nest general assembly I:iK-l3 anil .Montana, anc -tiu rangi , .... . ... .... . i , limitlt in es tent, clothed with the lilo-t t nutrition- ot gra e. If a fruit farming region uauitd there is the whole -tale of Wa-Iiiugton tu select , .- i i- i .i - , ,. As lor -ceiuc ilelight-- the ortheru ra-: .i;..-i-,;i.....i ,Z ,i......i uimaraliclci. Iu cn- hi" tlie Jlockv Kit"-' ,r Kot, am! fa-cade M luatain-, tlie ( igreaie - t mountain scenery to lie -cen in.tlie ,l Sl,s,ur.f",,,l.,?r "'d'w. is fomi.l ine woniienul nail laml-, wouoerlul in .f,,, fl)rI aml l,MvillI. ,ri an! a ,.,. I,ke I'end d'Oreille and Coeur d Alene, are alone worthy of a tran-conti- ueutal trip, while they are the ti-hermanV 1 Itiiua lhiili e. uie nue along (.larks Fork of the Columbia Kiver is a daylight dream- lo cap tlie climax tlu is tlie onlv wav to reach the far famed Yellowstone Park. To reach and see all this the Northern Pacific Kailroad furnishes trains and serv ice of unsurpassed excellence. The mont approved and comfortable Palace Sleeping cars; the best Dining cars that can be made; Pullman Touri-t cars good for both first and second clas- passengers; easy riding day coaches, with Baggage, Kx press, and l'ostal cars all drawn by power ful Baldwin Locomotives, make a train fit for royalty itself. Those seeking fornew homes should take this train and tro and siv out the land. To be prepared, write to CHAS. S. FEE, G.P.&T. A., St. Paui-j Mix n. ' A SUDDEN DEATH. Mrs. Ella Fite Dies Suddenly 'at Nevada, Mo. I Alxait one week ago a woman ap plied for work at the home of Mr. anil Mrs. Al. Daly on South A.-h treet, savs the Nevada I'nvcrt. She was a iiice, clean looking person ami alxive the average of that class in intelli gence and she was given a place. She gave her name as -Mrs. Ella Fitiluit further than that told nothing of her history. She had a little boy about four years old whom she placed to lioard"with a family near by. Ii-t Saturday Mrs. Fite" was taken sud denly ill and IN MS THAN TWKNTY-rul K linl'iy iii:i, with what apiearcd to be congestion of the brain. Xo one knew any of her friends, and were at a loss to know what to do with her hod v. Mr. Waitiscott of the Tyler under taking establi-hment, too chargeof the ImhIv and embalmed it. It was found, by examining miiiic papers, that the woman had friends in Nit. Vernon, Mo., and were written to at once. This morning her brother Mr. Wil son and her divorced hu-band, M. S. Fite, arrived from Mt. Vernon and took charge of the body. They hail the remains decently intered in Dead wood cemetery this afternoon. Both of the men seemed to be greatly af fected when they received the re mains. who hii: was. The following facts were gathered : The deceased was formerly Allie Wil son of Galena, Stone county. She was married about live years ago to M. S. Fite, ami they lived together alKitit three years ami one loy was liorn to them. Alxtut two years ago Mrs. Fite left her hiirbaud, claiming that he was tint nit: to her, and a di vorce was obtained. She returned to her fathers home in Stone county, but .-lit felt that she was a burden to her father and about fourteen months ago when her father was away from home she took her little boy and hired a man to take her to the railroad. She went away, her relativo did not know where. Aliout ten days ago she wrote to her brother saying .-he hail been at Webb City but was going t leave ami he did not know where she had gone until getting the news of her death. She was evidently a brave J x,,ni:tll and dcMi ed to be independent. . TIu ,....... I.,,.!,.,,,.! tlH1t- ..h.,v0 of the little lmy and nimed him back to Mt. .Vernon. Better and Belter. "lVtttr llian grnniliu-r, better than gold, lieiter than rank a thoii-aiul loM. Is a healthy IhmIv. a mind al can-, And simple br.-un-lhat alway- plea-!." To get and keep a healthy body, use Dr. riercestiolden .Meim-al Discovery, remedy designed to not only cure all .dtM-ji-t- d' the ihroat. lungsand chest. Hint keep the 1mkI- iu a thoroughly 1 I I.I I. t. I ! Iimiy conumon. it enuiiwites an impurities from the IiIimkI, and over- comes Indigestion ami JJy.-pepsia. j JJlolches. Pimples ami eruptions disi- iJ-iir under its ti.-o, and vour mind iui ? "at case as to vour health. CELL TO LEGISLATURE. The Remarkable Case of Judge Lane. 'file name of Hod Halite has been 11 , Jl U'"Ut l,,f , '"a" 'l t'leotl to an honortibleolhce without t'luig part in toe e.cvtion caiiiriiign in person. Aud it i .-till less seldom Uiat a Dial! IS elected O Olllce Willie i - . . ...... w V heisconlincl in jail. This rare .lis- . . i i i i . i i 1 '"-tMiii has been accordeo to .Judge; f ta-s county, by his enthusi- astic and loyal trieiids ot that coitnty,j to or- siiui: hi .mssiiiiii, unim lit; was couiincd iu the county jail of .Jack.-ou county. Judge Lane is suh'ering this , uiear- Icer.ition forrclttsingtoobev a mandate ,, .. , ... f T. - - . ot the L iiitod Mates District Court. which commanded him to do an act which he believed was unjust and which would vork great injury to his people. Therefore, iu contempt he was sentenced to the Jackson county jail, there to remain until such time as he should signify his intention of olieving the mandate. Hut his term of office of comity judge w ill expire on January 1st, 1K!3, and on Jan uary 4th he will take his scat iu the lower house of the general assembly as a representative of Cass county. LMinng Ins long and painful con finement, the judge has doubtless be come acquainted with many glaring faults in the prevailing laws, and lias had ample time to study the defects of the prevailing system, and also to evolve some method of correctiiiir the errors with which the laws are licset, and with these experiences fresh in his mind, it would be not only surpris ing, but also very disappointing to his constituent, if he should fail to introduce measures for the ameliora- Tii mi li 2 COTKKB KITH A TASTELESS AND KOIXBLE COATIXG. A WMM1F11 MEIICINE FOR JnrftpMtfm. WantefAppHlU.PHllntti i aflrrMralf. Ttrmitiuo. Slrkn'f of S cinnrli Rfnu arlArtr fuu- itr.FHllnet tifofMM, air iMtaaacnr,ma -'"' 1-luthimgtorHral.Lmrnrvpf. Spir its, ana jui flmmu .jjriw. To cut tb eomilisti w.mart itmowZ ithcu. TM imnciptl w U rnruf y -gre:aiIoii iieni, nn.-uinii.-ivi n.- ! ::?i2Jn!!rfrSS .teriou-ly informing them that somc ! ;WiViLbA'Vi5SWS: . tliinjr of impi.rtance was almtit to take i to toned nd lutinc belllb ' itl"le otMVS&Z i . l"'w'J' - - - tion of the hanl.-hips, with which less" f'.irtmviio imirinls mav Ik' oblii.-ed to undergo and submit to. He has had 'and Mr. Samuel Pile-, dr., led .Mis? plcntv of time to study the .-ituatioii . Adilie Winglield to the altar. thoro"udilv, and thereV.in be no doubt I The breath of the audience was but wliat the comimr -c.-sion of the 'taken awav with downright surprise legislature will learn .f the conelu- .-ions he has arrived at, in the bills fr relief which he will undoubtedly in-Jin the pnd'ound silence, and the au tnxluce. Mlicnco li-teul with great interest to Tt.. !....... .......In.., ..r .1 iiilfti. 1 mi .1... l.ruiii."iil ,ii.iirTtr.. ((romnflV 111 . . ... ...:u i ' I I in tne legislature, ; muio im; .ueiuiHiisi i-iuncu. -n. ; ; -( j,-,. ijvlaml. watched, not only bv hisown con-titu-; olii.-ioii of the rites the congregation j' M t,;; term" nly stieh cave- can Ik- tried cuts, but bv the people of the state at I aro-e singing the doxology and Mr. mwi with thcnm-cut f lith the pro Iar'e, and the people'will notbes:itis-anil Mrs. Piles marched down :he'ccutin ami the defence. It i hold tore fie.?, unless he upholds his cliamcter jaj le out int.. .he vlear mootilight He- J-'JttJTuZ for lreedom and rignt. "God .-pi-c.1 , im, was a company awaiting to ie-. m.M : aii the grand jurv t dis- ye .linlge. ami may you ever couiinin - to merit the love ami esteem in uiose who by their liallots, have shown their confidence in vnir justice and pro - bitv. THE CHARITY HOSPITAL.'. Work Progressing Satisfactorily. There was a meeting of the Charity Ho-pital committee at the Commer cial club rooms yesteiday afternoon. The committee did not get down to bit-iness until long after ! o'clock, but what wa- tran-aeted showed zeal ami promising success. The ladies who had canvas.-ed the city for subserii tions, reported flattering success and turned over the amounts collected to the treasurer. The committee having in hand the "Mikado" entertainment, reported that they had secured the opera house for Thursday cvcniii" Deeemlier 1'ith, when an attractive program would be I presented, and the Iteltet entertained that the exhibition would net a good round Mini for the hospital project. The a-sembly club proposed t. giw a charity ball on the evening of .Jan uary 2, "the proceeds of which would lie tendered to the hospital scheme. Owing to the alienee of Mr. l!th well from the city, no report wa- had from the advisory lxard, although it was known that ten different plats of land had been submitted, and a dctiu- mte report and .-election wmld he made at a .-jK-cial meeting to In.- held next .Monday afternoon. Kverything jKiints very favorably towa.-sl :: MiccessSu! outcome of tne inojeui, .urn iiine .1 uimiii ..1 r...m hu.-ine.-s men stand ready to donate SUn) a piece when the site for the! hospital has heen decided upon. " " RODERICK GALLIE IS DEAD One of the Pioneers and Re- spected Citizens of Sedalia Passes Away. " 1 w"r'1 5,1 4'"r "w sl jyuartcr of a century. He was h,rn in Aberdeen, Scotland, in and J Kiiue to America in 1S"1 with his -it ur itl in.r ill ort htl.-lil I lino 1,11111.1, . 1.1 lllllp .".Il Itlll. I'l. - -III.-, where he lived until his removal to , , the west and his t.ual settlement i:i Sedalia in nd he is de-ad. He died Iat evening at ii:"il o'clock, December lith, lf!l2, aged til years, jei,,., j,.,ve ,et t,e :K.me f new part which -has been added since at his home on West Fifth street, iimbition, for he immediately con-1 ,ne W:,r ,,';" takc" H'and a .-epe-surroumied by his family. His sick- nected hini-elf with th:-t band of out-' nite I'uilding made of it. The origi nesshas liecii long and painful, but . .iWSf am was with them uimn many , milling now stands as it did in he endured it with fortitude and niet ; ,,r ,i,,.:P Iwif.ir;liw ,.v,.i,,:, . ' war times but not in the same nlaee. his end as he met everything during life, courageously. Had fSallie was a pioneer. the deceased I he result of this union was four chihlren, I.od and Kthel, George and Stirling. Mr. Gal lie wa good , . ,, ,,. ... clever iieigli K.r a steadfast friend, cui.en. a . nil.,. .......hi.... .1.1.1 uu.l ail III- , diligent miner. The funeral will take place this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the Cum berlan I Presbyterian church, under the eonduct of Rev. A. H. Stevens. The last sad rites will be held bv the Crescent Tent No. 4, K. O. T. Mac cabees. Missouri Cheap Lands. (hie lnindred-fiftv thou-and acres of rich farm, grazing and mineral lands in South west Missouri, for sale cheap. For partic ulars, address Land Agent Frisco line, Knc litnJiling, H. horn-, Mo. 2-10wtf , a , , lllw. Clll 1 llllll.ll mason, iK-ing a nien.ber of edaha j the h,MtC ;n wI)id, wu? LiHlgeo 20l, A. K and A. M. aml aftcr strnrgie w,;ci, ahattft ri-,,S .wi1.- ",ar." "'. lb, to :endel in a tr.ige.lv, thev efl'ecte.1 his Miss tllen Stirling, ot Pettis county. ' Mni,ln. n;t".. ,.-o.- i,,i ;.. A WEDDING. It Occurred at Longwood and ! was a Surprise. i Rev. Cobb prcaehedan excellent scr- . 11 .1 IT . 1 1. moii at tne !Nmneni .ieinouisi cuiiruu , in Longwood last Sunday night. At 'the conclusion of the "service-- the 1 preacher seemed very "preoccupied." . lie called upon several t pray and Itlioehoir yauir somrs. Still the con- . i.i.r .1 While the ie,.ple were debating in .heir ininils which one of the lmarv ;.;nnners hereabouts was going to forsake his evil wa the doors of i. .-liiircli were swum: oiien ami j f,- mie expecte.1 the prM-eeling. I Tne preacher's voice rang out clear t -t .i . i? . i i. i. .eeive tne newiy marneii coupi', tlieyal once ueparieti ior me wmic o. !MrI Win. .Major, brother-in-law of the : rrilrtiu, where they were handsomely ! entertained I This wedding was intended to ; . - . . ... ,it was, a niiietiine owing to the recent 'death of one of Mr. Majors child- ren The parties arc both of Saline cnun- tv and of old and niucn respected families. Mr. Piles is the son of Sam uel Pile?, Sr., and the bride a daugh ter of Mr. Austin Wmgfield. The love andcourt.-hip of the young people has been piite romantic and of five years duration. It was a real marriage in which love, trueaud pure, was the incentive. Mr. Piles'and his wife have a brill iant future before them and a host of warm friend.- wish them all the success and happiness possible. Children Cry for Pitcher's Caitorla. AN IMPORTANT CAPTURE. Desperado "Zip" Wyatt of the Dalton Gang In the Toils of the Law. SheririM. W. Hixon, of Guthrie, Oklahoma, passed through the city vesterdav afternoon, having iu charge . ':. tV1...... .i : ri.i .1 .iw i uu, numeu in vkiuiiuiiiu I f,. tn,; robbing and bank burglary, I e W.L. :lt.conipanieil bv ShcrifT J. . Bonnell, of Creensburg, Iowa couu- Xv Kansas, who was also anxious to ; tuiiw elitvrjrti r the noted prisoner,? as , wa wanted 111 Kansas tr tne nuineroiis crimes he had committed in tmt state. Sheriff Bonnell had been m xy t,-ack for some time, but was ' ju-t a little too late. Sheriff Hixon had proceeded him just a little, to the j old home of the bandit at Con-, Ind., and it was there the capture was ,na.ie after a desiierate struggle. Ellsworth Wyatt, or as he is better ! kuow, "'P " yatt, a nick-name (given him for the peculiar lightness and tve-jdom with which he handles ' tl. rpVIvr.r. and the "rill" ,,f th bid ! lot- co:L-,Hp.ent upon the lightness and freedom ; "Zip" was bom in Corv, Ind.,just twentv-four vears :i"o and I when a child he was removed to Kan- I ... . I... I . IF- .n iiictiuol to evil wav.-, and sceme,l to have a propen.-itv tor anything wild and reckless, ami inturallv develoiKhl into a cowlxiv when piiet voimg. j Falling in with the Dalton ping, he ' ... '.I . J?herilI llixon had located Wvatt at 1 . v iii t .1111 1 1 ii mi" iu iii rui i Stout of Terre Haute, Ind., and four Terre Haute lietween Sheritls Hixon f Oklahoma and Sheriff Bonnell of Kansas, as to who should have the ti. ..... -ur. t iniisiuci. iiit minute wus ciiecieu .ut Thuixlav, ami this dispute de- mvea tne IiarlMH! ,n TPITP HlllltPII i 1 coupie oi navs, Sherifl Hixon will claim the ?1.200 reward offered for the capture of 1S1 II1C AlllIU OI ViUUMJlUIC UUl four at Greensburg, Kansas, last July. Wyatt has any number of indict ments against him both in Kansas and in Oklahoma, and there is every rea son to believe that this time he will receive the punishment he deserve. Lane's Medicine Moves the Bowels Each Day. In order to be healthy this is necessary. Wl .111 .iniLlll .ir fiv iMiloiniMiiti tlm- -iii-miti.lA-l Criminal Court. Judge Kyland convened the Criminal Court this afternoon and the following named grand jury was ehargttl: IL Kilter, Jos.'Kingsley, .1. W. Truxell, J. V. Harris, J. J. Ixwry. David Shy, W. C. Kutlin, J.!. Fleming. Kd Imhanser. (. C Kerry. IVn Porter and J. H. Mertz. .1. W.'Tmxel was made foreman. Judge Kvlaml is in feehle health but his inate Igixxfness Micks out in every word, every moment and it i- in his every breath. Iii hi- eharge t.i the grand jury he made a good imirt-Mon iimiii every one who liMi-r.ul to it. lie -aid it wa- a gn-at honor to le a griinil juror. That V mi, judge, but most of men don't -eek honors that come -o ea-y. He roaMed I'etti-eoiinty's jail in zreat liaie. anil every tax jiayer should have heard it. The election iK-tter-got a dose of law on ir.imliling. Saiil he heard of men winning hat on election. To take a look at the Judge'- tile ihiImmIv will iieet him of winning a hat on elec tion. The lax dodger- were held up. and cv eral in the court dhiih dmlgetl. He tonehetl niKin erime, and urged the , IkmIv liefoie him to do their full ditty to iJv.Jnmuniiv. T1 1)r.,nt( The !ireii'nt"-e ion of the criminal court i- a sjHvial one, and i.- held iu lieu of the regular -e-'ion or term which -hoidd have Iven hehl in Xovcmlcr. but whicli was ' lx-tiKiieil on aeeoimt of the dine of jh.m.' of some imrtrtant ina'.Urs. The next regular term will be held next April, when tlie regular venire will issue for 1.0th grand and jx-tit jurors. Juilue Kyland enel tliecrimiiial court promptly at 1 o'clock this morning, and the grand jury filed in and presented three true bill" : line again-t William Codling, arson thinl degree, one against AVm-Smitli and Walter .Mason (coIored, robliery. first degree: and one against James M. Kozer ina ii aud II. J. Adams, for burglary and larceny. They were all arraigned and pleaded not guilty to the -evenil charges as contained iu the indictments. The cac of William Codling was set for Friday morning next at 9 a. m. and V. I). Mastain was apjiointeil by the court to conduct the defense of Kozermann and Adam-. The following named jiersons were se lected as petit jurors for this term of the criminal court: viz John Jackson, & K., Keek-, T. H.Callis, Kuv-ell Jcnning-,Chas (iro-s, C. K. Mcfihee, John (Srecr. J. A. Fisher, I-ce Ioney, Henry W. Crawther, John A. Wallare, II. 31. Orcsham. K. Ilieronmu-, W. K. Iliggins, J. J. Wilson, Alf.Sterlen, John T.Taylor, F.J. McClure, Kinmit Dugan,0. F. Karrick, C. M. Xiles and F. C. Heneriuann. The court apKiinted Whitsette and Hammer to conduct the case of Smith and Mason, and the caw was set for Fridav, lth in-t. Tn the case of Bozerman and Adams the plea of not guilty was withdrawn and the plea of guiltv to" larceny was enteretl. Sen tence was deferred and prisoners reman ded. The petit jury was discharged until to morning at 10 o'clock. The grand jury returned into ojh?ii court this morning -even true bills, as follows: Henrv Iiryant, jttit larceny, second of fense, plea not guilty, set for 13th int. tieorge Walker, petit larceny, st-ctind of-fen-e, plea not guilty, set for 10th inst, anil I). Steele apiiintcil attorney by the court. Frank Kuckner, jetit larceny, plea of guilty; sentence deferred. Jennie Jackson, etit larceny, secund of-Hn-e, plea not guilty, set for 10th in-t., R. K. Faulkner apjiointed attorney. William I'ettie, alias William Sim-, rob liery 1st degree, plea not guilty, set foi 1.1th in-t., C. I. Wilson appointeif attorney. Same defendant, a ault with intent to rae; same entry. Chyles liankc, munler first degree, killodn coloretl man in a crap joint on Main street Iat August. Certitieil iupy of indictment delivered to defendant at 11 o'clock a. in. I I.Vfrudant allowed forty-eight hours to enter plea.) Court adjourned till II o'clock to-morrow morning. ''I alway.- lei a cold go as it comes" one says; which mean-' that he overworks the ystem iu getting rid of a cold rather than a ist it by u-ing Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup-. A Landmark. NVTi!Ti i-. Tedd Masonic buihlingiii which the ('"'ifwlenitelegislaturemet herein 18G1 not .vet !0ln u,rn ,,nv,, n,.v t. i .i - i - i ii i 11 w'h.-'s to i.-aiau iioumson ami win taken to prevent it. It should lie pur chased by the city and preserved as a relic of the "Iate iinpleasantiiess". It could be fitted up inside as a public li brary and museum of natural curiosi ties. It is now a place of interest to all visitors to the city and citizens al ways take particular pains to point out the building iu which the Confederate legislature met. The Sehell City Aeire devotes s "society note" to the organization of a new dancing club. As the primary meeting was held in a corn crib the so ciety will be known as the "Hogs in the corn. The Tarkio Avalandie claims that the new barn being erected by David Kankin of that place is the largest in the state. It is eighty feet square and octagon in shape, each side or face be ing thirty-three and one-third feet wide and the height of wall above the base ment being forty-four feet. It will con tain stalls for loO horses. - - ..... w .,'. v 4