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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1884.
SCALPING EVERY DEPARTMENT. Tremendous Excitement.
In prderto ilean rt ftntand t.2keictnj for our fall pnichas-cs, nehaveniade vraron eveiy
epartiunx of cur houf e, nud bavi f-c-ali the ritliilrom all clasps of suwnier -coods Gloves,
fiOEiery, JNock-trtri. Gauze bi drwe?r. Lawn?, Giugh: rut. Points and our luaiumoih stock of Dress
fccods. iveiyiiiiiig marked dcrwn to make this tale lively. For instance:
India Linen 10c
I A stock of Fast Colored Calico at 8c
A stock of Checked Ginghams at 3c.
SUMMER SILKS AT 43 1-2 TO 60c.
The excitement created by the Special Sale during the last two weeks haa only been second to that
caused by our Grand Opening.
rrom muramg uu nig at our aammoiD usiiDiisnraeni naa occn crowuea wiui eager purcuasera, u
anxious to buy goods at heretofore unheard of prices.
The news went lorth like wildfire that goods were being sold at Tremendous sacrifices, and every
household in the citv sent down reDresentaiirea torean the harvest.
Our buyer was notified that a fearful inroad was being made in stock, and sacrificing pleasure and
comfort for the benefit of an appreciative public, he braved the intense heat of the Eastern Markets to
secure additional attractions. Never before did he meet with like success.
j& HOFFMAN
BROS,
ZA inchtTable Linen.... 25c
64 inch Turkey Bed.......... 50c
56 inch Turkey Bed 65c
f6 inch Bleached Damatk .. 90c
60 White Quilts .. 75c
100 White Quihe.. .. gi 00
JOG White Quilts . i 25
We give you the best value possible for the money
CORSETS.
A complete line of all the popular makes
ser. Ball's, Dupre's, Fiench Woven,
Daisy" at 50 cents.
-Dr. War
Ac "Our
HOSIERY.
The most expensive line of hosiery in the city.
Complete stock of Silk, Brilliant and Cotton for la
dies, misses and children.
2 bales S. I. Domestic. 1 case Bleached Domestic.
1 case Lawnsdale (cenuine). 1 case Fruit of the
Loom, at mill prices.
Standard Dress Ginghams .10c
Z'phyr Dress Ginghams 10c
irencn Dress fcringhams 10c
Manchester Cbambrey ................20c
have
20 doz Extra Large Linen Towels., .............25c
20 doz Linen Towels 20c
60 dez Brown Linen Towels at $1 50 per doz.
Linen Table Spreads, S-4, at $1 25
Linen Table Spreads, 10-1, nt SI 50.
Will be found this week the fruit of his labors. Over one hundred pieces dress goods, comprising Bunt
ings, Grenadines, Pliids and Checks, plain and all wool filling Delaines, etc, the vaUe of which
been 15. 20 and 5 centa ner Yard, sellinc now for 10c a yard.
New Silks at nrices that will nlease. A eood Lawn, ficured. at 414c a yard. Shawls and Parasols 25
ner cent, below value. Fif tv nieces new Percales in short leneths to close. 12Kc worth 20c
Feather-weight Underwear One case gents1 Gauze Undershirts 20c One case ladies' Gauze Vests
25c These goods can never again be replaced.
HOOPS AND BUSTLES
IS Spring Hoops at...
Brighton Bustle Hoop
All the Latest shapes.
....35c
5c
.50c
good for this week only Our 7c Gingham 5c a yard.
40c Towels 25c each. Our 17cUottonaaes loc a yard.
Our ?1 25 White Counterpanes 75c each. Oar
Contains bargains upon bargains.
nas no equal
Sole agents for James Means'
Our house is illuminated with Electric Light, and to accommodste those who can't come down dur
ing the day we will keep open till 9 o'clock every evening. All are coidially invited to visit us this
veer. Respectfully,
MESSERLY& MEUSCHKE, 310 OHIO STREET. grad central,
Our prices here 10 to 20 per cent below balance. Our So ladies' shoe
53 shoe lor genu, uur place ot business open uniu a p. m.
304 & 306 Ohio Street.
McXiAUGHMN BROS.
WTO. 116 WEST SEOOMI
TO THE PUBLIC !
XJISJIESIT AKSB fit
We wish to draw the attention of the people of Sedalia and state of Missouri. "We
have purchased a $25,000 stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS!
Comprising the niost stylish, cheapest and hest line of Clothing, Hats and Gents Fur
ikeroughly prepared to attend to all calls in our line, having an experienced Undertaker and giving
nai aiveuuuu w uurca enuuaieu tu us. r uiliil me at wnoieeeueanareiau.
4-25dly
LARGEST FURNITURE HOUSE IN CENTRAL MISSOURI
Call for lots as follows
We are We Sell Lot 3516, All Wool Suits S6 50 Worth S10
7311,
7135,
3045,
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blue flannel - 8 50.
Scotch suit .. 8 50.
" .. 10 00.
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12 00
12 00
14 00
Wholesale and retail dealers in
HARDWARE,
CUTLERY,
STOVES,
TINWARE.
Sole agents for
Crown Jewel and Golden Star
Vapor Stoves,
with automatic extinguisher. Can't fill
while lighted. Guaranteed superior to any
in tne marset or money relunded. .b ull
line oi jjawn luowers. xtUDoer tiose ana
Hose Carts, Water Coolers, Ice Cream
(Freezers, Bird Cages, Pomps, Screen Doors
and Windows, harden and Mechanics
Tools. Call and see before buying.
HOFFMAN BEOS.
305 Ohio street, between Third and Fourth.
J. A. TOXHAGEX,
(Successor to G. J. Lesure.
undertaker;
Coffins, Caskets, Metalic Cases and Caskets, Burial
suits, etc.. f urniture at wholesale and Ketau.
Joe Hillis has eharge of the undertaking
department.
Night clerk at the store No. 315 Ohio St. 2-10 dly
C. W. SIMMONS.
UNDERTAKER!
Coffins, caskets and burial robes. Fur-
niture made and repaired. Ohio and Sixth
street opposite Congregational Church.
WEEKLY BAZOO.
SEDALIA MO.
TUESDAY. JULY 15, 1884.
WEATHER REPORT.
Corrected daily for the Bazoo by 0. Q.
Taylor, Horologist and Optician, Ho. 10S
Ohio street, for the twenty-four hours end
ing at 9 o'clock p. m.,.July 12, 1884.
TOES. THUS. BAB, f WIND. 1 WILflJHEB
7 &JX1.
2 p.m.
9 p.m.
82 29:18 SW
96 29:12 il
85 28:10
Clear.
ii
Cioudy.
ixtrecres 71 and 99.
There was a scrapping match at the
depot yesterday evening as the train from
the south was pulling out. A colored por
ter on the train stepped up to a gentleman
named Gentry and knocked him down. By
standers say that no provocation for the
assault, whatever, was given.
Next Sunday the Bazoo will publish
an original story from the pen of Rev.
Cephas A. Leach. Scdalians will remem-
oer mat ne was a Dang up ' newspaper
publisher and preacher, and of course the
public can Iook for something cute from
him in the shape of a true story.
The officers were out yesterday looking
ior aogs on wnicn tne tax nad not oeen
paid. Yesterday was the last day of grace
and to-morrow all who own snch dogs will
be arrested and fined according to law,
and then be compelled to kill the do?. A
man certainly does not think much of his
to save!
3040,
3039,
1021,
7485,
7978,
1616,
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Cassimere 7
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Boy's suit 4
5
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50.
50.
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50.
50.
50.
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50
50
All other goods sold at proportionately low prices until April 1st, 1884.
Mr. Sam'l Sprecher wishes to inform his acquaintances and friends that
he is now connected with the FAMOUS CLOTHING CO.
312
OHIO STREET.
THE CLOSE OF THE SEASON
312
SPRIKGES
LOCAL LINES.
-McClellan leads in Wall dhf he Wt pay onedolIar
Paper.
You can save money at Hors grocery.
Smoke O'Brien's La Pluma cigar.
of
OFFER TO THE TRADE
have a photo
their Iront win
ALL SUMMER GOODS AT COST !
SUCH AS
Ferrell& Fellows
the Sedalia university in
dow.
There was nothing doing at the county
offices yesterday, and the justices were ail
taking a lay off,
A 9 months old child of Chas. Schuelt
died yesterday morning, and was buried in
the afternoon.
Mrs. C. B. Haley presented her hus
band with a ten bound lump of domestic
ielicity yesterday.
A new sidewalk was being laid on
Thud street, near Massachusetts street,
yesterday. Keep up the good work.
Rose, the East Sedalia coal dealer,
was painting his new office yesterday. The
outside appearance is greatly improved
thereby.
y?. g. Hudson was granted a permit
by the city engineer to lay a sewer from his
residence, 614 West Broadway, to the
main sewer in the adjoining alley.
The Farmers' mill was not running
yesterday, while the stones were being
dressed. Some new wheat, but not of a
' Tery good quality, has been received.
City Assessor Lampton has completed
his assessment of city property, and is'now
enesged in making up his books, 'vhich
will be turned over to the collector on the
1st of August.
There are parties in town who claim
their cows are driven off their premises.
To such the Bazoo would say you are mis
taken. The officers are instructed to take
up cattle that are running at large, only,
and have adhered strictly to instructions.
Maivin & Douglass' horse, Beechmore,
won second money in the great steeple
chase at Washington park, Chicago, last
Thursday. Just before reaching the wire
he fell, otherwise he would have won first
money. The distance was one mile and
three-quarters.
A lady stepped on a loose board in the
sidewalk of the Jay Gould hotel yesterday
r t:i. a i .t i
IenUy to the ground. Last night the lady men QUSterS. A DQCa tOatS ftM StW GOOOS
was said to have been in a pretty bad con- ' y
dition, having been injured internally. Ak 15Q d ite at manufacturing prices. Call and examine
V on I it Trorj 1 tt lot fhcciftotrol Ira thrnnerhnnf 3 x
flip ri tv Hp rpnnirpfl. Tt in 5 vprv nlnin I 0U1T StOCK.
fact that unless they are put in good condi
tion some one will have a damage suit to
pay.
Charlie Kelk, the engineer of the fire
department, spent Friday in Kansas City,
and while there, the guest of the chief of
the fire department, witnessed the famed
SPE1MS CLOTHING HOUSE.
Wanted to Skip.
G. R. Gode, who formerly kept a billiard
hall in this city, was arrested yesterday by
expediency oi the rLansas uity hre laddies. Officers Fixer and Wenlzelman, at the m-
Jiight alarms were sounded during the stance of Bed. Shobe, who was his bonds-
See the New Chromos
in
the
day, and one. while he was sitting
engine house, was answered by the engine
ready to move in less than three seconds.
The horses are trained to leave their stalls
and take positions beside the
at the first tap of the bell.
There are a crowd of boys who are in
the habit of congregating at the court
house square of evenings and using the
fence for seats. 2sot only does this occur
on week days, but Sundays also, and the
citizens who reside in that vicinity say
that some of the vulgarest, obscene lan
guage known to American hoodlums, is
used, that causes blushes of shame to mount
to the faces of the ladies. Boys, there is a
severe law against this, and some fine night
you will find yourselves in the cooler, and
it will serve you right, too.
man lor the payment ot his merchant's
tax. Jt became known to Shobe that Gode
was ging to leave the city and to save
himself.turiiid the man over to the officers.
engine pole He was taken before Recorder Rauck, who
told him he would either have
to pay up or go below. He was very abu
sive to the officers who made the arrest,
and wanted to whip them. "When they ar
rested him he told them he would go when
was ready, but they took him anyway, and
waited for him to get ready at the station.
Died.
Mrs. Mary Ann Cramer, wife of S. D.
Cramer, and daughter of Jno. C. Conoway,
died last evening at 7 o'clock, at her resi
dence on Sixteenth and Montgomery
streets, aged 20 years. Funeral to-day
-'TVp1Mi Xicht" vena nrndnp.pd bv trom the Catholic church, at 6:6V. father
1 " vr . J I , ,- .
Henry Irving and his Iiyceum company Murpny omciatmg,
at his theatre in London last week. His
production was not a success, the perform- Robberies.
annn tnv fVip mnct norf Koinnr rrl rl 1 xr rAPDl TT I
a ,f; ori;QQ 0 Two houses at Herndon, Saline county,
indulged in hissing. Mr. Irving upon be- were .hbed ,D1nt f two watches, .
z.i i, za u knnQ winder Two men arrived in the city yes
terday looking for the robbers, and two
IK
Mackey's Windows
206 OHIO STREET.
We are offering great reductions on our entire
stock, in order to make room for new fall goods,
which will be in next month. We desire to call
special attention to our elf pant styles in LADIES'
FINE SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
1 . S. MACKEY'S
RETAIL
Shoe and Hat House
P. S. Straw Hats at cost.
in which he said that "during his absence
there had evidently crept into his audience
unfriendly feeling." Mr. Irving an-
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an
nounced that in 1885 "King John" will
be produced at his theatre with Lawrence
Barrettand himself in the leading roles.
more were looking lor them last night.
The robbery is said to have been a bold one,
and the pursuers are confident that their
men are in the city.
J. E. Allison,
(Successor to J. E. Allison & Co.,)
DEALER IN
Coal Oil, Gasoline, Lamps, Etc.
And manufacturer of centa-piece Fire
TTimllprR. Offiro frtnr n1 nil r?an-f 797
' and S06 east Third street, Sedalia, Mo. lm
"WE
ay
Rent
THAT'S '"WHY
We don't charge you any more for the best goods than many dealers
lire asking you for goods of inferior quality. We carry the finest line of
Hen's JnirniBmng Goods m this country.
ENGLISH Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers in stripes and solid colors.
NECKWEAR for party and everyday wear.
GLOVES for driving or walking Lisle Thread and Leather.
NIGHT SHIRTS plain and fancy, for summer wear with or without
iollars.
It will pay you to trade with
CT. .A-.nij-A. HVEIT Ss CO.,
118 Main Street.
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If Charley has felt his heart beat since
the young lady went to Callaway ?
If the party who intended leaving for
Sweet Springs yesterday didn't get badly
"left?"
If the Sedalia "coppers" are not "Joe
Dandies" when it comes to catching men
with pistols ?
The name of the young lady who
boasts that she has often kissed him at the
garden gate ?
Why a certain second-hand man took
such a wind-about way to take his girl I
nome last night i
If Walter doesn't look nice with his
new white hat and which the girls will
tbink the most of Walt or the hat.
If the girls in the third story of a cer
tain hotel know that they are are not reap
ing the benefit of their nightly circus ?
If the individual that drives the one.
horse express.and who wears the checkered
jacket is not pushing himself into trouble ?
Why the three Sixth street voung la
dies so suddenly changed their course as
they neared Mam street yesterday afternoon?
SIX SACRIFICED.
Recorder Rauck Running the Ring
and His Rulings of the Right
Rank.
Recorder Rauck's face wore a bland
smile yesterday morning as he mounted his
majestic bench for he knew well enough
that he was to have a picnic with nobody
to it but himself. The judge always feels
good on an occasion like this and although
he tries to look severe upon the poor, trem
bling prisoners, yet his gaze gradually
softens into a look of deep compassion.
The first case called was that of J. Sum
mers, charged with intoxication. Se was
promptly fined So. Of course he didn't
have it, in fact be didn't have five cents.
Mr. McHendricks next toed the scratch
for carrying concealed weapons, and being,
too full to navigate, he got $55 or fif ty-fi je'
days just as you please to put it.
W. S. Turnipseed was the next unlucky
individual. In the judge's opinion he dis
turbed the peace just $7 worth.
J. F. Wood wa3 in the same canoe with
Turnipseed, and was swamped in the same
identical manner.
Morgan Brown was arraigned on the
charge of disturbing the pea-e, but had his
case dismissed.
It will be remembered that Jake Turner
was arraigned Friday, on the double
charges of intoxication and disturbing the
peace. He was then fined $5 for intoxica
tion, and the case against him for disturb
ingtthe peace, was continued until yesterday
morning, at which time he was fined $7.
While the officers were busy with another
prisoner, Mr. Turner walked out the door
and ha3 not since been heard from.
SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption
Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It
cures consumption. Sold by Bard c
Miller.
THE POPULATION.
Report of the School Eni merator
as to Sedalia's Present
Population.
Catholic College.
Mr. J. D. Kingsley, Sec'y, Holy Cross
College Gymnasium Worcester, Mass.
writes : Every member of our club frankly
admits that St. Jacobs Oil, the conqueror
of pain, is the best cure they have ever
used, and all speak of it in terms of the
highest approbation. 50 cents a bottle.
For Bargains in Spring and Summer
CLOTHING-,
As we haye marked down our entire stock to make room for
FALL PURCHAS
Golden Eagle One-Price Clothing House,
115 OHIO STREET. . J. EREUDENBERGEB, Proprietor.
s
Township Convention.
The republicans of Sedalia township
met at the city hall yesterday afternoon,
for the purpose of electing delegates to the
county convention, which meets Monday
next,
About 150 of the representatives of the
party in this township were present.
The meeting was called to order bv E.
W. Sinclair, and Milo Blair was made
chairman, with 0. P. Howk as secretary.
E. J. Smith suggested that the township
conventionirecommend the postponement of
the county convention until a later date.
J udge Shirk also suggested the same
thing giving as his reason that
the call of the central committee
for a county convention had not gained
sufficient publicity to insure a full and
fair representation of the parly from all
over the county ; and also,iwhen the con
vention does meet, it elect aelegates to the
congressional convention.
uoj. uioud mane a motion mat tne dele
gates from this township jfavor and work
or a postponement of thfe convention un
less there was a full representation from
the various townships. The motion pre
vailed. (
Thefollowina delegate? to the county
convention were then cho en :
E. W. Sinclair, Col. Clbud, A. P. Morey
Aug. Schneider, E. J. Smith, S B. Sturte
vant, Dr. Middleton, C. Messerly, F. A
Sampson, Charles Hoffman, Albert Parker
W. P. Jackson, B. G. Wilkerson, A. D.
Fisher, Frank Landmanni J, D. Russell,
Milo Blair, Richard Andefson, Caleb Bled
soe. Wesley Phillips, William Rube an
A. J. Adams, the-five iaifer colored.
On motion, the convention adjourned.
The following report of School Enumer
ator Chapman in regard to the population
of the Queen City, is most gratifying. It
shows conclusively that Sedalia is rapidly
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increasing in population ana consequently
increasing in wealth. What the city now
needs is a few men with capital to start
some kind of manufactories rolling :
Editor Bazoo .
Sir Having just finished the enumera
tion of the persons of school age in this
city ; also made a memoranda of all per
sons found at each house who were count
ed as members ot the familes and by the
request of several citizens will give what I
regard the population of Sedalia, this be
ing the fifth time that I have made this
enumeration, viz: 1878, 1880,1882. 1883,
and 1884. The first three times the num
ber of school age multiplied by four and
one-fourth equaled the actual count. Last
and this yearj 1883 and 1884, 1 found that
there is a less number of unemployed per-
sons, or what is called a floating popula
tion, and that the total number of school
age 3,918 multiplied by four gives about
the same result, the actual count which X
made making 15,671. It will be observed
that at this time of the year many persons,
who are usually found in town are
engaged elsewhere. My memorandum
shows less than fifty vacant residences, in
cluding new houses ready for occupancy.
B. F. Chapman.
Scared Him Up.
Sieve Ford was taken to the country yes
terday, by Mayor Rickman, as he wail
going out that way. Steve was told that
if he came to town and got drunk ag?.in
he would have something terrible done to
him. This scared him so that he promised
to "never drink a drop again," and stay
away from the city as long as possible. He
went to Green Ridge
SHILOH'S VITAUZER is what you
need for Consumption, Loss of Appetite,
Dizziness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Sold by
Bard & Miller.
J. Gh Crews Afcain.
The Bazoo has in days past alluded to
the man who bears the above name. Crews
has often talked himself into the good gra
ces of young ladies, who pure and upright
themselves, are unsuspecting and believe
what their despoiler might paint with hon
ied words.
It has come to the knowledge of the
Bazoo through a correspondent at Knob
noster that Crews is now laying siege to the
afiections of a young lady in Johnson coun
ty. If this should meet her gaze, the
Bazoo asks her in the name of all that is
good and pure to hesitate and investigate
Crews' true character; then if she finds
that he is her equal, her affinity, this pa
per will have considered that it has per
formed a duty which if owes to the public.
Horsford's Acid Hhoaphate For
Overworked Females.
Dr. J. P. Cowen, Asqland, 0M says :
proves satisfactory as a nerve tonic :
in dyspeptic conditions of the stomach,
with general debility, such as we find in
overworked females, with nervons head
ache and its accompaniments."
"It
also
afTt is a WeU Known Fact ! In
the Diamond Dyes more coloring is given
than in any known Dyes, and they give-
faster and more brilliant colors. Ten
cents at all druggists. They are a great
success, wens, Jtucnarason x uo., Tur
lington, Vt.
At Ruinous Prices.
A fine selection of Brewster, Timkin and
Favorite side spring buggies with our
Patent Pole shaft and top, superior to
anything made. The following letter is a
good indication of the merits of our patent
pole and shafts.
Bruce Carriage Co.,
Cincinnati, Ohio, J
F. G. Crowley & Co.,
Gents Your Patent Pole and Shafts
received, showing your ingenius invention.
Our supplies are made up for the season,,
but will adopt yours in future.
Yours very truly,
Bruce Carriage Co.
Hundreds of citizens of Pettis and ad
joining counties can testify to the fact that
our patent pole and shafts are the best ev
er offered for sale and also that we never
have misrepresented anything in our line
That is the secret of our success, having as.
our customers the best citizens of this city
and surrounding country. 7-13 s4twlU

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