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TUESDAY. JUKE 12, 1877.
Two more missions for Ohio.
The Eastern market is ruling quiet
Free markets ought to bring cheap
Competition in all things is the life
YesterdwaTthe" Pope7 Golden
Grant is having a
RUing barometer and Jailing teni
ncrature. Ailer all, there may be peace in
There is a possibility of settled
Missouri has the best credit of any
State in the Union.
t :. UmrA tn tpll whether it will
end in rain or sunshine.
The council did a wise thing in
breaking down the market limits.
Th Lieutenant General outranks
all other army officers in the matter of
The market house might be rented
to the brass band, if they can't find any
other use for it.
Mr. Evarts is shortly toavov a new
commercial policy, of which Free
Trade will be a prominent feature.
We expect to see the Street Com
missioner with his mules and red
wagon on dress parade in a lew days.
"Home is where the heart is." Thsit
ia why theijite2n-3oJiiforman feels
so comfortable in a saloon.
The weather wilTsoon be warm
enough for our local amateurs to give
us that promised theatrical entertain
ment. The Cincinnati Enquirer believes
the Democrats can carry Ohio if they
want to. There oughn't to be any
doubt about that.
Mayor Clark failed to come to time
Monday night oil the finance question.
It is a little bit surprising too, for we
expected great things of the Mayor.
Some Federal aspirants have been
wearing a very sad look since this post
office business was settled. It is a
great pity there isn't offices enough to
The times are too hard to encourage
monopolies in anything, and least of
all. what we have to eat The cost of
living is high enough under the most
The chief emplayment of Minister
Pierrepont at present is working up
ovations for ex-president Grant in
England. As a toady Pierrepont is
It any of the country churches are
out of preachers, we've got one in Se-
dalia we can hire them at the rate of
two dollars a Sunday. Don't all
speak at once.
The new United States Attorney
for Montana is an Ohio man. Per
haps, after all, the administration will
not entirely neglect the Buck-eye
Governor Stone, of Mississippi, is
being badgered about the murders of
DeKalb county, until he don t know
whether he is standing on his head or
There is just a bare prospect of
peace in Cuba. If Alonzo gets mar
ried, as it is said he will, he will have
enough on his hands at home without
kterfering with the past time of the
It is more than probable that the
next Congress will restore the old sil
ver dollar to the currency. The coun
try wants it, and what the people de
mand Congrew baa no right to with
hold. It has been discovered that the
shells furnished the Turks by Ameri
can manufacturers are filled with char
coal instead of powder. There id a
great deal of Yankee thrift in this in
Several of the neighboring villages
appear to be agitated about the condi
tion of their finances. Sedalia is by
no means the only community that
hasn't kept the run of her indebted
The Bazoo mildly suggests to the
Street Commissioner to exercise his
new team in hauling that railroad
pond away. Jf anything in the world
-will reconcile Alderman McEnroe, to
those mules that will do it.
A striking illustration of the com
parative vigor of the white and col
ored population in the South is afford
ed by tbe fact that tbe death rate in
equal population is in the ratio of two
to one in favor of the whites.
The Chinese are being naturalized
in all parts of the country except Cal
ifornia, and they propose to take their
share of politics in the future. John
would be a very important political
factor on the Pacific slope if he only,
had a chance.
Since the trcets are entirely be
yond the ability of the coubcH to
wrestie with, how would it do for it
. .;,uila. lhere is
10 mcfcio mm?
room in that direction fur some gigan
tic Aldennanic mind-to win a reputa
tion. The .Sec retary of the Treasury is
hoarding over seven millions of green
backs for the redemption of fractional j
current v. As it is
a . :. ;a .imUratnofl that i
been redeemed, the value pf this pol
icy is not so clearly apparent.
As the Market ordinance stood be-
fore the meeting ot the council yes
terday evening, the butchers had prac
tical control of the meat of the city,
and could furnish good or bad, at a
high or low price, just as they chose.
To say the least, such a law is an im
position on the people, and its repeal
was a public duty. We don't want
any more monopolies in Sedalia.
HAYES AND MOBTON.
It is said that the President is very
much delighted with the accession of
Morton to the administration party.
He regards the success of his policy as
now assured. The Senate will support
it That is all it requires.
It is true that the Indiana senate
reprobates the policy while he supports
it; but Mr. Hayes cares nothing lor
that It is the support of the great
Apostle of the bloody shirt that he
wants, and the motives which impel
Him ar ns dust in the balance. The
fact is, that both Morton and the
President understand that they have a
relentless enemy in Blaine. He is too
much for either of them taken singly,
and may prove a match for both. But
their safety if obtainable at all lies in
united forces. For this purpose the
present treaty offensive and defensive,
has been made. Morton wants to le
President. Once he hoped to secure
his ends through the medium of the
bloody shirt of which he may be said
to be the original manufacturer and
patentee. But the gentleman from
Maine stepped in aud took the shirt
and the patent without so much as
saying : "By your leave, sir." He left
Morton bankrupt in capital and influ
ence. He was stranded on a dry
beach.' Or, like a political Ishmalite,
he was wandering aimlessly. Just at
this precarious moment the President
stepped in with his Southern policy.
The Radicals, under the leadership of
Blaine, took isssue with it with rancor
ous fierceness. Morton had nothing to
do but to accept it. He had no other
alternative. But to do this hi3 re
treat from the bitter partisan position
he had so long maintained had to ie
gracefully effected. His recently pub
lished latter was the medium selected.
It opens the avenue of escape, and
Morton will cro into the Senate m
October the leader of the Conserva
tive Republicans. j
Of course, it will seem strange to
those who have so long heard his war
cry on the other side. It will lie
like the Turk turned Christian. But
there are more things in Republican
politics than was ever dreamed of in
honest people's philosophy. In the
meantime, it will be refreshing to
see conservative Southern Democrats
acting under the leadership of Morton.
It will be almost as good a spectacle as1
that ancient miracle that was talked
of but never came off, of the moun
tain coming to Moharamet, and there
is just a bare chance of it turning out
now as it did then ; Mohammet may
goto the intracticable Southern moun
tain. That would be delicious. It
would be something so excruciatingly
amusing that the whole country would
hold its sides in ecstasies of delight.
The street commissioner will have
another interval of rest.
Logan is to be collector at Chicago.
One more feather from Blaine's tail.
Every disappointed politician in the
country wants to start a new party.
Outrages on the Mexican border
re creating cooeiderable excitement.
There isn't five policemen in Seda
lia yet, but everybody is willing there
The people would Ufcelo know how
the Mayor and the council have settled
that financial issue. -
Another severe rain storm will ren
der it necessary to go about the streets
The campaign in Ohio, this fall
will probably be made upon financial
It would take a blind man with a
lantern to discover the condition of
our municipal finances.
The Moberly Enterprise wants a
souader currency and more of it As
a monitor the Enterprise is a success.
It is said the Czar perfectly compre
hends the situation and is going to
Constantinople if it takes all summer
Moberly claims a population eqaa
to Sedalia. The gnat imagined himelf
as large as the buffalo on whose horn
The Ohio Democrats have abou
concluded to run Ewing for Goveraor.
This would indicate a preponderance
of the greenback element.
TROUBLE OI THX BOBDn.
The indications of florae trouble
the Rio Grande ara kearaiog I
evarv dav more ipmriL A larger
mnkornfimnn Lm km ! be-
aeuraowa, v ewaw wvrc i -
fore been statioaett there, luve for
mAtiflia Ikwan mttAtlv i"fcHif filt IBB fill I
t IIO UCITU wjiae. rwm-m rm 1
the American side of tbe nver which
divides the two countries: and every
day more open resentawnt is being
..I.;ftr fnvn1a VftiMii fmrn-
gions, me commanding oncer nc -
received oruer 10 iwiow we
fiJln lh cattle
I 1 At t " .-.J I
5 raiders across we river uu uibc
mera uuui aucui. A W
1 --I U P.. h final- ima
looks as if the laws relating to property
were about to be enforced, and that
American citizens have some rights
which .Mexicans win oe compeueu
....- ii i . i i
respect. It is a shameful thing to.
AAtifiiai Knt if i nAVMriAelesg. true. I
that until recently property on the
Texas frontier was at the mercy ot
everv cattle thief who choee to take
it The government albrded no pro-
tection, and it refused to permit the
people of Texas to protect themselves. I
If Mr. naves nas reaoivea upon
different order of things, he will win
the respect and gratitude oi mepeo-
pie of the entire country. It
been ana maime
.(-.(moH (mm tifmnr that resnecL I
for the rights of American citizena ex
pl to Mexican aggreon. which
violence towards Mexico would look
like a strong man availing a weak one. I
To say the least the excuse was a poor
one. The correct explanation proba-
bly consists in the tact that Urant was
led by the nose in this matter, as he
was in the Whisky Ring deviltries, by obituary column of the ledger this
interested parties. But whatever mo- summer. The following lines reap
tive controlled the government in its peariur at intervals in that celebrated
refusal to protect its. citizens, the ef-
feet of it position has been to stimu-
late crime and larceny to an extent
never before known in a civilized coun
try. Vast heids of Texas cattle have
been driven across the Rio Grande in
open view of the troops ostensibly sent
there to protect the citizens of Texa
in their rights of property men have
been murdered ranches burned wo-
men and children slain, ami everv con-
ceivable atrocity committed which in'
caruate fiends could devise or malig-
nant ruffianism carry out; and through
it all the government has maintained
a cool indifference as heartless as it
full of shame and disgrace,
Even when a commission was estab-
lisnedto adjust me ciairas tor wrae
a - M A : r -b L . -w . I
outrages and vast sums were adjudged
to the citizens of Texas as indemnity.
no effort was made to collect the debt
r see to its payment. Indeed it wa
never intended that it should be paid,
and was only meant to silence the
clamor which the whole country had
lk-gun to make at outrages which
were of daily occurrence. If, as be-
lieved, a period has been reached in
these aggressions and a diferent policy
is to be pursued in future, it will con-
titute one of the strongest claims Mr.
Hayes has ever baa to tne anecuon
ano grauiuaeoi ineiiwpie.
i j -p -i i
COH DITIOK OF TRADE.
It is to be expected that for the
next few weeks the volume of trade
will greatly diminish in all parts of
the country. The season is so far ad-
vanced that the spring business is over,
and although there is a fair amount of
goods in distribution at the commer-
cuu cwiiere, " "l"""
from new ventures until it can be seen
how the crops are going to .turn out is
1. t Tkia ma naMu-
everywhere apparent. This is partic
ularly the case over the Western coun
try. The continued ahaost uninter
rupted wet weather of the last month
has exercised an unfavorable influence
on the speculative activity of the grain
and provision markets by sending
of all kinds of country produce up to
the hiehest points. When all this
has been said, however, there is still Indians. The President has soiue
an ample margin left for coogratula- where learned that if you feed an Ish
tion that prospects are no wore, if no niailite, he will always be friendly, and
better, than they are, and also antici- acting upon the supposed influence
f - .11 thin treneroatr will exert upon the
We rather from our exchanres that!
these conditions prevail in nearly
M rc k A Una.
!,. mrwwl. wnmrla hm (u
IASU. Ul T KWWO liny
name dull tone Unit baa characterized
it since the first of April. Even tbe
movement in print cloths seems to
have Subsided for the MOent, and
i:l. .V ..At
received from that activity baSUOW
been lost On the other hand, the
boot and shoe trade continues togath-
er 10 VOlUme as inc seaiOB aavaaoes.
The nilBiber of bnven IS Steadil V ia-
,. , . ,
creasing as wen as tneir pureuamu.
At Philadelphia trade Movements
. . ti pt.
are irpurieu bmii. im km cma
has not had the elect on general Mer
chandise that was anticipated.
At Baltimore the sane conditions
prevail, and in Chicago and St Louis,
except in leading cownodities, the
Mtaaticn has been weaPaad variable.
In St Louis, according to tbe Ttmet
there has been a fair noveaent in the
merchandise Markets, but generally
confined to suck lines as interior deal
ers require for replenishing their
stocks. But there has baen a notice
able snbaidanea in the speculative feel
ing, especially in tbe grain Markete.
At tbe banks Money contuwas to be
ia fair demand, hat it ia net actively I
so and the snpply is all that eoM be
wished. Tbe Wightar
ever, previons toSatnrday
a healthier feeling in trade, aad if it
should not give way to a wet fpeu,
baaiww activity will greatly increase.
Kaasas City seems to be theoaly pwat
wfcere cheering indications coatinue to
Medoainate. ine it ate says mat
the job trade u heavy and enterprising,
considering the fact that farmers
throughout the West are busy with
tbeir work, aud the wants of retail
merchants are restricted to the iram
Idiate necessities of their trade. In
Sealt verv similar conditions p re
- , . - . , - tll
ine raoret but perhaps it is active as is
-r; V """I
UjMii at this season oi me year.
NEWS AHD MOTES.
"The key that fiLs the stomach-
How ? Pow r New Or-
Qh w. hoe
There are .rumors of harmony be-
tween tne Mayor ana me couue...
When a man attempts to pull the
wooi over a billy goat's eyes he should
wemr a breast-plate of boiler iron wel
down on his stomach.
. . olltTlfnpr n:irim
. . .. iD at the
White House, and inquired, "Is Mr.
Hayes to hum
-A contemporary inquires if the
young ladies of the present day are
fitted for wives. We think it a much
more important inquiry whether they
are fitted for husbands.
The wholesale poisoning of Phila
delphut families by corrosive subli
mate admiuistered with their straw
berries will do much to enliven the
department will undoubtedly fill the
reader with admiration :
TlH'V lUW tl"l !! U-aHtifill l:tlll
Wlwri' tlit-oal i- wf r A4-if ;
When- Uh- .tninlTTv
Aul -iiMiiiwi-.- iwif r .rr-i'.
Coif I" l.n-tviia ItxrjJ". -'..uii.t.
Gen. Dick Taylor, ex-Confederate
officer .son of the ex-President, and
resident of Loudon, plays agiod game
0r w, Once, they say, when the
ic!nr if Denmark was visiting his
daughter, she sent for "Prince Dick'
to make up a game with her father.
Taylor was largely, and laughingly
Li to the King: "Your majesty
cannot fmd fault ; I am only getf.ug
back those 'Sound Dues' my country
Denmark for so many years,
T,lc,i:-,llnh,ggi9ri;.j.ci.i.ti'Ti.i i ;
Tli iIiiiimUt nonil- -iK-arnw.
Tlwu 'inntli the chin htM-lim kl litr,
AihI wlaixvd. "If x xoli
Wliy du't vil tak.- a t:iil t-.tr J
Kr tlijr- a noi-4-.ii,Iiii-iir J'
According to a Washington di
patch to the Courier-Jourual, it was
the influence of Mrs. bhuufc, Judge
Black's daughter, at the A hite House,
that secured the appointment of Mrs.
Thompson (Alexander Campl-ell's
daughter) as postmistress at Louis-
cfo- 0f a report that Mr.
H-VM w:ii v;5:t uext summer some of
. f -, honiesteads on the
James River, in Virginia the Rich-
momj yh; gaVS : It is not generally
known that the President's family and
that of Chief Justice Waite are of
Virginian extraction, which explains
their personal interest in the Old
T . - , u
jt,. mnA U -olUI nut lurioUS dts-
, r n t. TM.M:n nMM -
paUicaUons of the Harpsr,
m iniiii biii iiriininii m
or the last ten Years, is all the Time
requires to fully sustain its accusations.
A more bigoted ami intolerant pub
lication, both in politics and religion,
than Harjxr' nWt!y never disgraced
The government has concluded to
return to its old policy oi leetiingme
I mm 1 . a
savage he is to have all the rotten
flonr the mills can supply and all the
I hornt beans the conee dealers can
umish. There is uothinc in this
world uae magBanimity.
-what hialp we do r
A mother jutMitchiatanclMiUliingaway,
It raiard und her ly. were indoor. at j br.
Wlirn one of tbein ine aud on her dair.
r1 nr in heiM ihiwe
xow, wh.it haii o .i. r
Before poor mamma hadaclrtnctoirJy,
I The rt of thr little obm gathoml H..M. l.y,
I Aad the srnra of thrir trnUc5 all miimi1 tln
i 5:rH. .
I MWeiriht!t fkw onKwondTfniB3iiw,
I We've brca wilors awl wilder rod fought luttlf
Now. what skill wf do ?"
Mamma though for a monx-nt, thmfrailr rrj-lkHj
"Build a place of Mack with a ortii-wid.
And play that th owner had money to 5md,
Aad wanted to decorate room. without tint.
And onlerrd Mme pirtnre painlrl hy you.
That's what you can do.
"Now each takea pencil and paper and draw
The runot wonderful thins that you ever aw :
A lily, a tMt, a Mior-1 a .ea.
A Rorgrom-wingrd bntterSy -ha.mg a l ;
Or throe little ltx tliit are saying likr you.
Now, what fiuttt wp do
(A amateur artit. you'll all uadcrMand)
Al worked at their ptcture until it wa 4ain
The ftenygny elodUhad fttten to raw ;
Aad mamma hada real (ant a long one it" true).
Fran, "What shall we do !"
OI mreet fwtient mothera 2 in thta Mrneat wa
Tom are doing Me'a work, wlule their liltle fe
You are fiuduoaing oul Out hereafter 5hall rise.
Rod beanUfnl aageia, height wtafsl to the
Aad aearea makes reply to yonr "What hoJJ wa
Siace lore teacher yon.
A Modam Dof btrry-
From tb American Art Jon raid.
"Good news, good news," said a
waggish friend as he entered our sanc
tnm me oiner rooming.
"What now ?"
"The Doc-days bein at once by
act of the Board of Alderman. The
canines are to be cur-tailed. All dogs
miut pay a tax, or attack will be
made on all dogs."
"A two-dollar tax, that is, too-dolor
ous for the dogs ! No more canines in
the street unless attached to a conl to
show the cordial attachment of their
nvinaM fiiu. two ilrMcwl fn nilict
wHr miizzliii. Thf imlire arc to make I
a cur-sory examination they expect jg
to find ma-stifr about it, and do not.j0
exiiect to find Bark-is williu', indeed, !
they anticipate adog-ged resistance.
No dog can escape unless he nas tour
wheels unless his tail Is a-waggin'. .
I can't tarry, he ad-led, seeing our
hand approaching our pistol pocket,
"for tamers are likely to be shot, ami
And as he vanished through the
door he murmured :
"A little dog-gerel now and then,
Is relih-Vl by the be?t of men."
A Woman 140 Tears Old.
The oldest human being in the world
is Senor.i Peras Glen, a Mexican wo
man, who lives iu San ftabrial Mission,
California. She is 140 years old. Her
age is declared to be a matter of un
disputed record. She was born in
Lower Ualitornia, and removed to oan
Diego in 1758. and her name was then
registered ou the books of the old mis
sion. In 1770 she removed to San
Gabrial Missiou, where she has lived
ever since iu an adobe house, with only
a ground floor. , She eats only the
plainest fod, and has been a tobacco
smoker all her life until fifteen years
ago, when she turned over a new leaf,
joined the anti-tobacco pledge, anl
quit drinking wine at the same time.
She was married at thirteen and has
had eleven children. She is now liv
ing with her youngest a laby of
eighty-three. A pnotograpner in
Rochester. New York. hr paid a visit
to the ancient dame, and taken a se
ries of photographic and stereoscopic
views of her. It is a singular fact
that her hair once as white as snow, is
now turning black and silky. If she
lives another half century or so she
will at this rate be restored to bloom
iug girlhood again.
Ship-Building at Cahtbam.
At present there Is only a single iron
clad ship under construction at Chat
bam Dock-yard, a circumstance
which has not occurred for several
years past The vessel which is iow
iu course of construction is Agemem
non, wiiic.ii is iniemieu to oe a power
ful ship, the Intlexiblo type, it being
intended that she shall be built in all
respects on the same principle as that
vessel. Although a number of ad
ditional hand, have been placed on
the Agmemnon, and her nwssive keel
is steadily rising, will be fully two
years Wore she can be completed.
Hut though only one armor-clad ship
Is actually on the stocks, the design.-
and plans for another have lecn pre-
... . - . . i
pared at me Admiralty, anu a sum
for its construction will appear in the
estimates. Pall Mall Oaxtte.
A Few Items For Mothers to Read.
A correspondent iu writinir to the
Middletown Press offers the followiug
reasonable suggestions to the mothers
of afflicted children :
We hope that mothers will remem
ber that good brandy is a cure for
summer complaint; in bad cases a
teaspoonful in milk three or four times
A tiannel cloth wet in hot brandy
or liettcr. camphor and brandy mixed
and heated will relieve the pain of
the bowels, if frequently laid over the
stomach and bowels.
Bits of scraped ice are better on the
tongue than drinks of water.
For stings and poisons, a strong solu
tion of salcratus and water immediate
ly and then frequently applied, gives
relief and sure cure.
Con-siiEuptioj. that arouree of liumanilT
U the great dread of the htinaii family, in
all civilized roiintriea.
I feel confident that I am ia possession of
the onlf wire, infallahle remedy now
knorrn to the Nfofcsuon for the positive
anil rpwdjr cure of that dread lt.ea.e, ami
its unwelcome concomitants, viz : Catarrah
Arthma, I.ronchiti, Xervou, Debility, etc
etc IwentT-eicht rear cxperet m
busy practitioner, in the best consumption
hoapitals uf the old and new world, ha
taueht me the value of thin nicibciae in
the cure of all throat and lung complaint.
Those Buffering with the consumption or
any of the above maladies, by atldrenuiig
me, giving avrapioRM they nkall be put in
potwesxion of Urn great boon.without charge
and uliall have tlie Iwnefit of my experieace
in thousands of cases ntccesnfully treated.
Full directions for preparation ami ttw,and
all neceKsarr advice and instructions for
euccesrtful treatment at yonr own home, will
be received by you by return mail, free of
charge, by addressing
4-10wlyr Da. John S. Uvaxcrr,
107 Jerlerson alrect. Louisville, Ky.
Sold by Hard & Miller. Sedalia, Mo.
New Life for.Womea
Tis -renerallv believed that woaaa ia
more subject to disease than man ; aurk is
not the case ; but lrom the mooes ana cus
toms Tyrant Fackion imposes oa her, aad
her disregard of the laws of health, to-day
not one in ten is in good health. This
would be fearful, were it BOt for the fact
that Dr. Turner's New Life for Women is a
mire and certain cure for all diseases and
derangements peculiar to them. It cure
whites, ulceration of the womb, hysterics,
a . 9 1 !.
green sickness paipiianoe, neaaacw, moui
ering, drawing down pains in the stomach,
bowels, limbs and backs. It is a mild yet
perfect uterine regulator ia painful, inega
lar, obstructed, suppiessed or profuse men
tniatinn. effective in establishiBC nature in
delicate young girls; also ia change of
lire, aiuing aigmiun, cwu.ins
and sterility, and all derangements aad
diseases of women.
Prepared only by Dr. Loais Tamer, who
makes a special practice of diseases of
women, at 810 North Eleventh street, St.
Louis Missouri. Price. $3.00 per Pkage.
Send one stamp for 115 page pamphlet.
SnlJ by D. Hilt, LafaveUe. 2-Mw
I am, and will during the season, be pre
pared to furnish daily, fresh picked straw
berries to parties who may leave orders at
Men & Halts drag store. Berries deliv
ered to any part of the city.
6-3d4twlt , J. C Hawk.
The Lafayette House has keen leased
by W. P. Miller A Co, who will ealeitaia
the pahlic well, at a small expeacr. Ge
ad try their kswpitality. 3-15dlf
AT SEDALIA. JUNE 20.
COMING ON 42
A OongrrefiiM or Dilclerinff AttrrnGtions
10000 Separate and
The Earth, the Sea, the Hkj are all Repamated in a
Vast Wilderness of Exhibition Tents.
ONE TICKET ADMITS TO ALU
GREAT NEW. YORK AND NEW ORLEANS
ZOOLOGICAL AND EQUESTRIAN
W. W. COLE,
Tl uritnnftur of this vast ami unnuralf llnl
r..rili..nr 17. thnuii'li a fifiloiis rxwrWucr aad a la .ish oiitlav of mourr. tbe pleas
.... .r .j-.......r tM.r.rt. nnJ- tlk .mini aHlort
i;.it Slilr thoiv Is nothtnif ever presnttnl iIkii :i
witiiro, or lh- moot trxacitug UKe exppiiou.s iu.
OUR SUPERIORITY OVER ANY
ties of !h- ItnitM irrmtion fruin all iiurtr of Um world, awl ia coaaection therewith will tie fomid
tin moot -oii.-iiifUits Kuh-rs, livuinaoto, lirotrsoiM ami .U'rolttar, Mil ami Feawle artists,
ti U foinul iu any part tf the world. This grand aad da-na eatrtaiaweut is wholly exewpt frrnn
.. ;..!.-.. ,.! -ir-ia tii fmineiil I V iieriniltnl iu most of the tMt PXhtUtions. In this
T1h Woiulrn ami Bmntr of Nature! Tin- thousand IWhb inarrels! Tlx- (iia-bo Morsaman of
Hw hmia"! Suprrb disjiny of Areaic Prowess, 3oaan'h. oi thehTvrsand Jastfe of lnlia, Africa
:itd Ninth AiuerK-a
We Challenge the World
A.nn AAA Worth of Ooldea Tahleait Cars
4IUUUUU in Simlttit.
EXTRAORDINARY FEATURES JUST ADDED :
(The only specimen of Real
DEN OF MONSTER SERPENTS
(Some of which are ifty feet in length.)
TO AIMED AMD rERFOttOVO WILD BEASTS
Have been made a specialty ia the Great Show.
.ri DROVE OF BACTRIAN CAMELS,
Baby Monkeys, Baby Camels, Baby Elephants, Baby Lions, Etc A South Ai
Hippopotamus, a Sea Elephant, a Walrus, thirty cages of wild beasts.
THE MOST GORGEOUS STREET PAGEANT EVER SEEN.
vrn trii.i tMfa mor mi and hors. more
IleralJs, Kincs. Knishts. B.kly;inrds, Ladirs of tlteCoHrt, Soldiers, Battle-SCea. Horaeiasrda elad
T . -t -1 wi.l IM. t.pi;it..ui nf UiiWuW tmrnrmr t.ftir XHIh1. In
addition to the grand Frw Hippodromic Street Paxntat.
Travels bv Railroad Exclusively. Horn
liaii r are to ana
mymr m Jt 9T .
ONLY FIFTY CENTS
To Circus Menagerie, Aquariam, Aviary,
ChOdrtB XTadar 10 Yaara of Aga 9S data.
or oiien at t and 7 P. M.. peribmktnce wilt comnfan oae hour aaerwards. thus giviag all one
hour to visit the Zoological Department and study the wonders of Nature before
the Eiutraa, ttymaastic aad Acrobatic pertormaae eoumenees.
15200 C1SHIONED OPERA SEATS.
Only Ona Ticket ItaairM. far aU Adrartiaad XzkiUtiaMaf tka
Great Show of the World.
CHEAPEST AID BIST FilD
cshtsal masoumi. -ONLY
$1.00 PER ANNUM.
Postage free to aur post
office in Pettis County.
Subscribers who take theif
paper at postoffices outside pf
Pettis County, will remit 20
cents extra for postage, which
is paid at the office of publica
tion. Send in your names and
No name put upon the sub
scription book unless accom
panied with the cash.
Address remittances or com
J. WEST GOODWIN,
Notice is hereby given, that letters TestaaMat;
arr on the estate ot Tkt. J. M oatgom 17 deceased
xrn granted to the aadenrigMd, on the Maty at
Mar. tan, l.v the Prohmte Conrt of Pet tut Coaatr
MissoHri. All persons having etaiass am saM
Kstate are reqmred to exhibit theas tor annwanes
to the Exeeator, wMtua one year after theaate ef
aid letters, or they May he urnlod-d RMB any
0wHl ot snrh e6Ue. and if rlauns he net ealubtt
nithia two Tesrs rrniu the date of this MhiiraiMn
titer shsll Ut forever hatred. This Zm day el
fStiSX MS MOfTBQ3lfaT Ja.
W W. & 8owr
SNODDY & SHORT-
A.ttorne yt& at
rCcc mi Maia atmt. turn Tt
R R CABS!
ATitrytTraimed Aito, Itc
conroLkUlioa of intetiue ! attwctiti' features
of his lif bv Etrncurin all the attaiua(4e botiI-
!pHtlin- would hmitat to ha his Cainily to
OTHER SHOW IN AMERICA.
hEptal Ottr Girt Show.
aad Chariot-Like Monatalas oT Burnish!
Far Seals ever upon exldhitioa.)
curiosities. Kkimifioent aaI cenieoiu Wardrohes
all in Ine coalition. All Railroad ran
irom inetireai snow.
. ft r . nl
Equescariculum aad Traiacd Aaiauda.
H P tttMfW avc
a weak ta A teats. Saai
mVVmi i mlm FREE. P. O
Vkfc7, AagatO, Me. l-17-wly.
Tmiaeaaes aad Jelemitwn ot tkeere. ere
JLflMe aad ear. Aad all other Acate
Serroan and dmiaic Jiseasea ef male, fe
male aad caiMiea. Jtoamner ae gires
snecial aUeatioa te diseases of the keM,
threat, htngn, heart, stoniach, liver, kidnajs,
rhewatises, pnraljaia, pile. Also diseases
of theOeaito Urinary aad seznal organs
aad defenaitiee ef every aatare. He soya
to all thaae that kava any distaae. it makes
ao matter what the aatare of yoar disease
is, ceaae aad see kim aad get cured. Beinf
ia a large aad aaecessfal practice for
tweatT-oae Teen aad fftem yeaia of that
timeia Fhliadelnhia aad ScLeaia, aad
Jawurr 1st. 1874, he
rele reacts trom petieata he hm
fu J thaan kara kaaa cimia
hv other ahyaklaae la Sedalia. Callathw
nkea ! aai tkair aaamn far rtitriacwi
CeaMtkatioB iiee, aad charxea for treatinf
Bead siaaum when yea write.
OCce. Pteler'a Mock, comer ef Mi
Ohio atroetau Sedalia. Me.
Third ftieet, oae door coat of the M.
Wine, Lifmrt mI Imptrtei Cmrs
It Lamia laar Dap at,
WTkefMa. ninnia i Huaiwf II tmA H mh tta fi 1-
wetl. his wiCp. hy their certain deed of trnst dated
theWhfey of Jaaaanr. 1T7, aadl recorded ta the
aeeorder's eflee af lVttis enantyod trnsMeed toeh
11. page 3SK, conTered to the wnderaigned traMee
aM tWir riffht, titfr. Merest and estate, m sad to
IfcefcMoning deaerihed realestat sitnaled taQhe
remlT of lVKis aad Mate ot Miosean. -ia: let
which saM eeateyaare was
iasaU ded dsseiih d; and. whereas.
1 aa 1 -Bias er a eeitaai iwa
deed artraetaadat the trqmrM of theleaslhuliler
of said note. I ahaH prereed to s theahoTede
serfktdrealeMealfhe conrt ho est dear ia the
city of Hedaha. county ot FVttis. aad Wat atire
sanl to the hiiheac WMrr fereashat rabHeaactwa
TUESDAY. THE tTU DAY OP JTXE. 1K7.
ikMrfM bi - ar hm nravwtsasef saM
ef Ma. m.aal5 . aa. of the.
aakt aele, teftther with the cots
and expense of eai tmlagthia tnwC
itoncK or nxAL Mcmjnasirr.
day ef Angnet, A.D.MC7. x.
CTwH Mesaec Jeetaie.
THI OSIODTAL AMD OWLT
Complete HonPower SeUblinh
t. with 24-iach. 28 inch and &. incli
L'Iimkra, ad 6,8, 10 or 12 Hone-Power
Two Itvlea of Mounted. Horao
Powan; our inproved "Triple Cfear,"
aad inproved "Spur Speed" (Woodbury
ittvle), both kind noaated oa four wheels,
ami special mm aude for 6,8, 10 or 12
Coapteto Wnmm, Powar Ootflta;
oar unrivaled "Vibratot" Separators, Mile
expcewly -for atsa power, with S2-iach
cylinder aad 44-inch separator, or 36-inch
cylinder aad 48-inck separator cicaainic
parts, with all the other pacta preporlioa
atelj eapaciow aad fall of "twainem abo
our match lew 8tMl Thrwhor Sn
wiaea. of oar owa ake. beyond rivalry
in Power, Durability. Eaay Firiwr. Beauty
of Denig-L, Perfect Wotkajhip, Elegant
, . ii
iHW, lire im cTery aeuiu, aaa mm ait
respecta a It companion for oar celebrateo
Ouribntor" Mptrtton 'aioae,'
ade ennariy for ateaa www, aad to
match to aar aad all other aaaha ef Ea-
ginen, alw perfectly adapted to go with aay
aad all other wake of Hone rewere, iear
siaea, raagiag from 24 to 3S inch leagth of
cylinder, aad 36 to 48 lacaea wiata ot aep-
Ta woria-WKM JMMtauoa oi
oar matchlewi "Vibrator" Threrfwrs foi
rami threhine, perfect saviafr, adaairable
cleaning, no wantage, cleaaline!, econoai
ia iepai, durability, eaae ot wanagemem,
aad a general superiority in variotw other
t!i, m now fully exUblMbeu ana gei.-
Turn Aeknowladgad Haad and
rout uf Grain Tlireobers. and especially
superior if grain be datap or wet, while for
f mm i i t;t o 1.. t I.
XlSX, xtMMsnMj, ana iiim!ow,w'"
smcJUV. ran tnUkfnlhf daim any ctmparmn.
Thm GMuiM M Vibrator" Tkraahara
ARE MADE ONLY BY
HICHOLI, BHXPAJtD CO ,
Battla Creak, Mich.
They or any of their regular authorized
Dealers, fnrnisk Illustrated Pamphlets,
Price LmU and full particulars, free, oa
Sedalia Trotting Track.
Having made arrangements with the
managers of the trotting track of Sedalia,
I am now prepared to take hones to traia
oa reasonable tents, wua my experience
Trotttn and Gentlemen's fiead
tan. I can with confiieace promi.s? satisfaction
to those who entrust th ir stock to my care.
1 have fine box stall, well ventilated ;
track on rich foil, adjoining stable.
Fine harness, saddle horse ami coupes a
spaclilty, and always oa hand t-rale.
wl8U B. P. GRAY.
Sedalia, June 4th, 1877.
Wlieross. Afeauailer Cnmplll snd Jeaaie. his
wife. Iv thrir irbtin dernl ot trust, dated the fth
dw of Jiib, 1-T, sad rwiorde in th Ifcs.-oroVr's
ofltra of Pettis -onaty Mo., ia Trust lwd IUs-ord,
Xn. S. on nnie xt. coaeyed to the undersigned the
folIowiBg descriheil-real estate.
strip of ground tweniv.rour (at) leec m wmiid.ok
tv-six ('), said strip being
two (It.) feet ia depth, IV
Hnilrmul. in fh CltT Of
one hundred and tortv-
ivhw south or tne ractno
f Sedalia. with nil the
pmelexes aivl jipMirteucs thereto ls?longiBf.
and under and ia pursuance of the terms of said
deed of trust, I, the undersigned trustee, will, oa
WEDNESDAY, THE 13TK DAY OF JUNE. 1877,
htweea the hours of nine o'clock in the forenoon
and live o'clock ia the afternoon of that day. be
fore the Court Konse, is the city of Sedaha. county
of Pettis, ami Bute of Missouri, expose to sale at
iHhl vendue for cash iatuMd-theahoTedeacrihed
real esiaie iir pa bktmi ihuhbukwi i""'
paid, ana ttte costs ana expenses 01 en-mim uim
B. VAN P12rrEN, . M. P. ia i tt
FACULTIES FULL AND COMPLETE
CWrf of Study Ample mni Vmriei.
Ft JkrtWb Smi JrV Otnmmr.
W- M- Matthew
Cbr. Third A Lmmmr St.,
crer GoaJk LamW OSee.-
CENTRAL NORMAL SCHOOL
Pmmnleiy, CnmmetTial, Teachers, aad
C8AjSi-ltcerjn of teachers, aad excellent
fadlkica for eaergetic yoaag men aad
For aarticalan. addw
E. B. BOOTH, Friaripal,
aowtf . Sedalia. Mo.
- SEDALIA, MO.
Mawuhal, Ma.; Ft. tctX, Emm.,
good or m
K. D. CRAWFORD, Aetiaff Fkwdpal aad
Teacher of Telefraahy.
POSTER, Aasiataat aad Teachtwef
Ormwiwi't CNUMnial Mbft,