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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1881.
121-20 PER YARD. ; If" Red uced - PriossjOn LACE BUNTINGS At Higginsville last week quite an interesting wedding occurred among the colored population, especially when the minister asked the question if any one. knew a reason why this mam aad woman should not be married. An old colored woman rose up and publicly stated she knew of some reason, "Dat man has bin sharin my bed fur some time an' I 'jects to dat oder wench takin him away." Mr. Bartols wishes to thank his many patrons in and arouad' Windsor for past favors shown aim. Parties wishing any thing in the musical line will be promptly attended to by Messrs. Beeby & Meloin, of Windsor, who hare taken the agency for that neighborhood, Mr. Bartels being com pelled to devote most of his time in Seda lia, where both lie and Prof. Werti wil Ae pleased to meet their old customers as well as many new ones. Pianos and oitifans I sold as usual on small monthly payments. -They are putting machines in the PresidentVrooni, keeping the temperature 1 .... - nL u .- .. i j ai iiv ucumi. xiie tuca m a cooi sleeping apartment in July so strongly "X JT7 T T A T "TT i appeals to the senae that the comment "of IJ j " , jTj "1 j a lady on one of the street cars this morn- -- ing was but natural. Her husband, sitting beside her,-read aloud of the means taken Complete lirtfc of colors to select from. Price Exactly LAST EVENING'S BLAZE. A, Barn and Contents are Burned to the Ground Loss and Insurance. About S:.'0 o'clock last evening an alarm of fire was sounded at the headquarters cf the tire department, which was caused by the burning of a stable belonging to Mrs Phoebe Leiter, on West Main street. The Empire company responded promptly, and were soon throwing a stream on theburo ing building, which, by the time they ar rived, was all ablaze. The building, which was a large franc one, was blled with dry hay, ami conse quently very combustible, causing the building to 'burn very rapidly. Seeing that the structure could not be saved, the firemen directed their attention to the row of stables adjoining, which they succeeded in saving. The burned building was occupied by R. .r. Jackson and 'Squire Hubbard as a stable and store room for tools and har ness. The theory as to the cause of the contlagratiou. given by the above named lotttstii ic flfttt. tlm tiT.. ait flm ws-.tL- tt simv vr isi. nvin ' record of righteous. ! WANDERING WESTAFER j HAMMOCKS! The Proceedings at the Camp ! Meeting Yesterday. Interesting Gab and Gossip Gleaned by the Bazoo Quill Drivers. persons rame in on , to cool the President's chamber, when the a" incendiary, as there was no fire altout lady exclaimed involuntarily, Oh, dear ! j the stalde or m the vicinity. -Squirt What they opened at early i he season. in . I wish I could sleep with the President for a while." Still iicdple in the car laughed. -Exchange. CURRAN 4 FRY, CRASHING CARS 1 Seriously Discommode a Lady of Color at Clinton. Hubbard succeeded in rescuing the chest containing his tools, and made an effort to J re-enter the building, but was driven back , by the ilautcs. ' The losses a estimated by the owner and occupants are as follows: Mrs. Leiter, loss on building, $-100: in-j !SoU He Eloped With a Handsome Young Lady Thursday Night Under an Assumed Name He Wooed and Won the Affections of a Hand some Young Lady, Xf litif ;imi tht- !a; invoiV. f.rthi? r.vivtil at But Her Grandmother was Op- .' Not less than fifty the frain. Fnlly 350 attended the camp meeting last night. Everything is neat and clean, and no rowdies nor fun-doers observable. No noise on the camp grounds. Suf ficient guards are there to keep everything straight. Arrangements will lie made on the ground to-day for a child reus meeting, and a most urgent invitation has been extended to every one to attend. i ,r, ... r. . , . . . .... 1 he little (fOd who is supposed to wear ....t... ,. .-auiiiui pi ace j no dollies oilier than a quiver of arrow ,....., . hihkt - cry large and a now, lias been the cause of mon ieiu-iop. iv more uesiraoie place, these than a little heartache and Hoods of scald warm u.i, cauuoi oe ioumi such nice places for swinging hammocks, within good hearing of the pulpit. The following reverends are in at tendance on the grounds: J. K. Tut tie 99c. Store! I Bird r-jt-s. in .Japan, brass and wool. fb-ap. el j pmt and iiiu-.il)I-. various tvv mid larg van'tv :it pooed to the Union, and, Learning His History, Shut Down on His Visits. 99ct STORE! I rinrty-Mx han I pobl-t art' on tht-wv. and I ilHr hcrv middle of wtfk. Sublets rariin- fioni -"ir-nts toWo-nts rft. Thirttt-u ; diltvn-nt tyls. Iir)i-M stock in i .""dalia. at 199 CENT STORE! ing tears, hrom the dav when Adam WOfieJ fcve 111 the fiarden of rileil lllito' r'tX ',rit 5n '"-ry. Iadi.-s' underwear, the present day, men have loveil and! '"' "itni an ,"r,,N al suflervd, and thev will continue so to do for ages yet to come unless Moilu r shii.. O. X. Steward, C. V. Cress, .1. YV. Cowen. ton prophecy should be fulfilled. LVe 1 ii 1 1 1 it it. 1 ... :.. ...i..t. . . ... . . .-iicAuimcr, .. mi. jieiniein a li I jlliss muhic :imu. ii i msuJIeil into liaai- tfiza All Her. Jtetween Twenty and thirtv j the breast ol the Ug-ar. in his hovel as tents are on the grounds and quite a nuni-' I as the silk and lace covered bosoms ) bcr of wagons. lofurand ladies of roval blnoil. l,...t Mr. L. IiolKTts, who lives live miles Friday evening, about 9 o'clock, as train " allev from'the stable, ah jiM. i.o, oj i iic jv. iv ij o. v. uaiiorv, SKierame ios iv me nui !l fine. VKU1 t l..l..laekson. l.s on tvaon. li.d.tniiw- mu,-wt1 I s.l,n trrfi. I imw meeting, by tyitltnir f j lit; itif clwk I. . ...... Wm Titvlnr n-li.i r..;.l.. ;.,wt ....r ti... I ' uorsc, uiai iiecame irigiiieiieil at 1 roi a nee. was called home an accident hau- fro 1 . nave sung 111 iinpassioiied ver.-e of ilu- . paiuiui sensation; nr;:s!s have sweet, vet delineated in glowing coloi ii;ou never t ? Inin XlTPPT conductor, and Mr. Berrv, engineer, was , engineer, was i and out house, but he was pulling into Clinton, a misplaced switch j what his loss would he. ruing of his fence I not l .1 1 111:1 it u 11111111 iirif urn win t- . so Mistaineil con-1 . ; .V "".'?" vt'mi; , I cue leu upon ner sine, iiruisiug 1 I ...... I t . 1 1 .1.1,. t., ti nriii, nui uruKL no uone. V 9 V ft f I In ineetings 1 " . threw vc cars and a caboose from the track -wT-m-x-n-rr -w -vr -w a rw s I ant jolted things around rather promi.scu-1 WEEKLY BAZOO. m,5I-T.torvh:lf- A4fctadj.uiy. - J weighing about two hundred pounds, was , I m luecaboofce when it commenced to hop i i over the ties, bhe didn't enjoy the sensa- I tion very much, and exclaimed : "Foa le Lawd, chile, is dis yer railroad kill me? It done started tit. the camp to-dav ami MMMsllltltr illtvric. - ml .....' ....... t... - ..). ? I v. iii.iii ii.i looeH IUSSIHS al UK heartstrings I.ovi nave oeen iianeu nv men- narent in t .. h tklll lm a ti . t l.i.t . ? ier lacei:. i-- uuuiu curv-. 1 oUr ii,,,,. i me disease, nut "aiisence maki the heart , 13 4 ky -.III'' ui MIIt'Ilir ! Kt 99 CENT STORE ! W.L.BEnLER&00.'S BOSTON 99e STORES --J7 011IH STliKET. SKDAUV Sipiare. Nevada, Mi.ouri. grounds them apart have proved unavailing. ep COURT NOTES KDALTA, MO. ti:ksiay, AUGUST 9, 1SS1. Weather Report. - Corrected daily for the Bazoo by V. 0. 1'iiylor, iforogolist and Optician, ! Ohio street, for the twenty-four hours end ing atS o'clock p. m., August 6, 1881. ; gwme ter sho!" rixii:L ; tsikj:. ; bar. wixd. wkathek, S a. in. ,"4 29:22 xw clear 2 p. m. i 29:14 x clear l. in. S. 29:18 xe fair Kxtreimrs 7" and 99. I ...711 L. I. ..I. I .. . .'..II i hojKd that all who can wilfatinid these I . I T . lPllwv. "l o!v most interting meetings, a 8::;u a . ' " W love feast at. H):IU) a. m., regularservici i i- . i , alter whirl, "the sacnime, t 7 ili! I iirl ! .t a,la' no" to be outdone, now cine.- to . f Suimer will h- st-rvi - AU ... iw... -irom uiui a litt e love epiode oi her , ing again hdlowecl by a iu-:(yVr meeting ' V!.7.:1 ""'"if llJ,5,!i,,,l I and preaching again at night. - . - ' v parues move. ; , I hi. ii:irticnl:irs :ir. Mluitit -i i.Ol w v sa'-vraa U." llllllltt.' Allen Conner is Conductor Mallorv, with his usual suave politeness, and in the exquUitelv in the east end. modulated tones he always uses in address- Ex-l'oliee llliccr mg the gentler sex, assured ner there was t aain doin' dutv. no danger, that things would soon be rear-' c ".. , , , rangedr this quieted her fears somewhat, 7"?TV S $ 1 -T buS w:is not lullv reassured until the ! T'S1 Art,ll Ma- Mr K,,,,,,M- r,,,a-v cars were again on the track. Beyond dc- s And Items of Interest in and Around the City Hall--Arrests, Etc. I - .hriil-ll'i.l-iitilllir tici. i-..i.i.. ....I . i ... . .1 i , '";' . "" iipie mem . .vnoui MX moililis ago. a vonm man iv m i ii i-i "-- oiuuy. i iiev , ing me naiuc ol .loliu Kddv m'-v....m.imSiihm . im imMr , ,U(.,wi and were o in- citv lie Im ...v., ....uy miL-Hni, aim were o in- ciiv. ile iKcaiuc a contant atteiulant i terestcd in each other's company.that thev , thj scrviws of the Mont-omerv tivc forgot to not ice their team, and when th.-v Methodist church. He wa o"d. v..l. came to tin: atteiulani at t i came to go home, found that Mime fellow, that he wa elected ecret:n v of tin . Sim- ....... al. ii-.it .ii tin- iit-it:iiitr iH-inri ipiv i nu i-..f .1... . i l. a.v.w l.-ul ill.... ... II t i c.t . ...... uan mux- i-onai ami onaKesiM:iti . s:ivnnr "turn io me citv without horn fre:it sm.. ul. "1. i i v. iat i laving the freight train a short time no1 -l-ast evening i he mayor appointed C. I . 4J . i f fill 1 . 1 I v I 1 thev had to them. Thev were not at all mad. ot ;ome men are hieve greaines.-. and some have great nos thrust upon them." JFly -Specks. I damage was done except the indentation ' M HHand as a spti ial policeman ! on the cuds of the ties. duty in Eat Setlaha. J rni .... . iit. lauies nave oiMMied an excellent ne wore uie Honors ol ins new noition , ooaniiug lent, and lurnisli such meaN uuHiesuy, and wa Mich an innocent look- K On the Other verv sudden and unex don. Trv Kleist-hmann Sndn OliioA'Mit i A Anna. Lee Merritt is painting in Lon- Txf at lalC hUr la . .i... ....t .... : v t.. 1 1 t ii , edaiia. ., .up.umiui uicb xvusscn ioweii. i u I'.- T T...... .1 . . I tvn uumiicu uuiip jneciing Tuesday night, and some sinner stole his whip. Sidney AY. Chaney, wJio has been with Springe dfro's. house, will hereafter lie at Jim. ii. All DRESDEN DIPPINGS. Iry and hoi. Water is .-carce iut plenty of diiMt. -Bycicle riding i ail the go. Um it is mot too dusty now. .Mr. (!otii building an addition to his hnines house for a shoe shoo. -Ihvsdon is lonesome, everybody is going to the camp meeting at Flat (.'reek. Kev. .1. K. Godfrey will preach at the Kaptist church to-day at II a. m.T and p. m. There was some tall swearing done one evening last week. Ily men or beer, which was it? Mr. Schacklett will build an addition to his house. Mr, Hardin docs the work a uual. he depot until a late our Dres- . . : as onlv the most intelligent of oiir ladi. ! uig voting man. that the vounir ladi. ivr.. v. r. . -i ne couiraci ior pruning me revised ..., ,,,rfl;ci, ,v.. ,i ,i:....i.. , " " " " .. .. .;.,.. i.r.: ..i..' . . . . 7 , V""" r.wa gamers at t ok oniinances were yesterday let to the Seda-1 .7 ' . "' "7 ,,r,cV ' Z ' I ' . - "T",,U1 ! -very night and hoot and yell """" . . ilia Democrat, for the sum of 2u"S. i "L".: w:,r"eat x-. . vnu" nM hour. Uho can it Ive? Xoneof IJecteu death . i .-'"-'v "iv n iau wvu reiiorieu r " ". aim n w;i . ,,n l.,,ii,.,m1 ct l-,.. . - coin raci lorimgraiiingoi .iom- that fiftv cents was to lie the nricc Tl.i not until during a revival in il... ' Jteau street was yesterday let n Jesse w arc especially requested to correct, church that he met a ladv before! , 1 ,,om.ai "eny ret ti..-. ------ - - . - . .. ... , .... 1 1 nt-iii-Mi- rv.M. i nil it rii-inritfi t..t 11 iiuui hit miuiii inih ini iit:iii 1 1 1 .... I I ner lineal foot. camn meetimr in comnanv with his wife, t and returned to the citv on the last train I Alderman Sinclair says that the Ohio in. He remarked to friends that he felt 'street macadam i-first-class, and is being verv refreshed by his ceasing from his , Iul .low." according to the plans and work and taking" a trip to the country, j pw'i locations. Very soon after getting home he commenced! --C. King, a voumr man hailim? from omebody please explain to an to disrobe himself preparatory to retiring, i Vermont, Moniteau count v, lost a large at ion s meal stierinte .1 . ITI. ... . I .r. 1ITL t us, iikc umo our nome tahle affords, "ie v nuc, a voiup.uoiis damsel, attein nil tended" by onr mothers, wives and ' t,le meetings. 1 here she became acouain- ted with .lohnnie and soon succumbed umetl this led M;M" ,K'Vu,vine:,tl'e- 11 brought therty r iicici oi une siock. tlaughters. Will " ta,w. vAinuiu kr aixi o' i - j i - 1 11 1 W ml m iiMiaismve voting man the-meanine of the wlIen ne lvn huu in a moment tne vital) red valise while waiting lor the tram expression, "Phvsic asnipey" spark had taken its flight. He never . the depot, Kridav. He did not find it. Frank Wiliiains was pulled at a ,ate j after he fell. He died of heart dis-j An the bids for removing the slops I... . u A 1 1 . .1 . l - .. .. i .t..i . . auu inu Lltmil uiiiii J i ..uuu'i iiiiiiinxv ifir niururriinr ... . .... - -. ..ninJi til: i j children to mourn his death. M the ie:u-c of a colored festival. u . , .. , J ,ii, i , . Hoover resides near V indsor, an -A valuable horse, belogmg to Sunt J.Tl,n V.Ar w will, ili 'frVTcw. Mrs. Anna nd a son. road at waraer umniings, oi ine racitic, died Albuquerque, New Mexico. Both have yesterday ji was nigniy prized by its I been telegraphed owner. -The year 1881 will pass into history as having the coldest winter and the hot test summer ever known in the world's history. - -Dr. Wood walked in from the camp meeting Friday night. He says the train left before its advertised time, or his watch was out of lime. -The waiting room at the (iarrjson house depol ha; been thoroughly reno vated. A good Icalsominiug has been given the room, and it now looks resjiect- i able. I -Water Clerk Kansey should charge those young men, who reside on Fourth street, extra water license for hose baths, as that kind of a bath seems to be a favor ite with them. -- M. Bakker, the well-known architect, leaves in a few days for Colorado. Last evening he royally entertained a number of bis intimate friends at his room. He leaves many friends in this city. Charley Parker has resigned his po sition in the postoffice, and goes east for a pleasure tour to-morrow. Charlie is one of Sedalias most enterprising young men, a genial, whole-souled fellow, a favorite with all who know him, and the Bazoo but expresses the opinion of all, when il wishes him a pleasant journey. -Joe Schrieber and Harry Heiniken, of Scdalia, have arrived in the city, and will open out a wholesale liquor house as soon as a few minor details can lie fier fcctetl. Both these gentlemen are thorough business men, young, enterprising and re liable. Nevada always has a warm wel come for such. Vernon County Demo crat. -The Turner Rifles, Co. B., 2nd Battal ion, National Guards of Missouri, will lie at IiCxington to-morrow in attendance a nee at the picnic. The Turner Rifles are one of the finest uniformed and best drilled companies in the state, and St. Joseph, the citv where thev belong is iustlv proud of them. They will add much to the pleas ure of the event. - The present pay-roll of the Wabash railway has on it the names of 18,000 peo ple who are in the employ of that company. It requires over $300,000 each month to pay off the oflicers and employes. Allowing the usual rate of five people to each of the 18,000 with the Wabash who are suported directly from this money, there arc nearly 100,000 people who are benefitted by this company Hannibal Courier. A maiden who lived at Accord, The sight of a spider abhorred; But her lover made bolder, Brushed one from her shoulder. And she gave him a kiss in reward. - Next night as she sat at his side, And let his fin artfully glide 'Round her trim, belted waist ( George, now make haste telegraphed the sad news. Mr. Fisher was about sixty years of age, and had resided in Sedalia about seven years. He was a true steel christian, a member and deacon in the East Sedalia Baptist church. He was a hard-working, industrious clever citizen, whose chief virtues were honesty and uprightness. The were rejected yesterday by the committee having the matter in hand. Cause too expensive. The bids ranged from $1,200 to .2,500. -A stranger yesterday rejiorted that his valise had been stolen while he was pur chasing a ticket at the depot. He took the train for St. Louis without making any effort to find it. It was afterwards found by Officer Gossage, ami placed in the care of Agent Berry. A. V. Knox was the only plaia drunk Services ojiened last night with in- I , ,,evo,ed h,s a"' 1 tamest en-' ix.jsaw j. ij:,m&. ing, and praver bv Rev. J. K.Tuttle who ,,cavor!i to awaken love in her heart. He . also preached from the well-known' txt I i',, v-eetled, and by soft spoken words: A picnic was the order at M Hebrew 2, chanter V. 4 verse The s..r. ' a,,d 8Ub "iterances, succeeded in making ! tUit yesterday. A great manv inon was listened f.. wWh n...rt-..1 i him imagine he was a second A ImiHo. All Mis H:irL- f I ,. - - fvi am ii" i .....J 11 I . i i.itrii. iiiui Ht win v:iv riin inii resnectahh Mini one !.-.. - heart was lavished upon him witiH-sM.il. After tli.. o.r....... ti... i K 'true love never did run sqmto attended. the iresh, lull and tree love ol her vming friends here for two ..r tlir, ,l-.v l-.ct wMv i - - tmooth. deceased was a western raised man. and ! betore the recorder yesterday morning. He resided many years near Windsor, Henrv ! pleaded guilty and was lined J$5. Mr. Knox county. is an alderman from the town of Fort Scott No arrangements we afci for tle in the prohibition state of Kansas. He funeral last night. ' has been here on a big hurrah for the past four davs. He had on his person, when searched, quite a good sum of money ami - ...... ..... .-v. i.i mv: . rp. i , ... ... . oinu, ;n ii Rev. Alexander tol J.. I,.. ;....:.... '" lady resided with her irrand- ... .:..i. : " ii . ,., v ffn iv. to come forward on the side of the Lord I mm,lvr- , -" kc r.nuy s apjK-ar-1 W. M. Rutan is on a visit to Warren. .; Ohio, at the bedside of his father, who is and exnlaineil he Mint .........t n i "i nmimg men' was a Yoiniir man , Vail lira till t a . . . v Um . . . followers of the church to come forward ,n lne c,lv. n:u,! know ViV l""Tt io .eaana, sue proceedeil to make: ....v... - W. L. Shipley has soid his tin shop to E. McConueii, aud is now at work for Felix Black Strikes a Woman. Felix Black, a great big loafer from the jungles of Flat, came to the city yester dav and proceeded to fill his hide with mean wtiisicy. 1'oor wnisxy m a mean man generally makes trouble. a fine gold watch, both of which would probbably have been taken from him, as he was lying down in the rear of a Main street saloon, and was surrounded by a gang of well ktiowu crooks. For several weeks nast Rev. Peter A tittle after 8 o'clock ixst night rehx Seers, the colored street scavenger, has passed tort Malcom, where John A hi ridge j failed to do his duty according to contract, keeps a tailor shop and lives. The cow- j and considerable grumbling has been done ardly ruffian commenced to fool with M rs. bv the business men to Officer Kellv. who VI d ridge, who was standing in the front has charge of the business. List Fridav in a very the reverend gentleman'?, horse died and the officer took this as a good chancre to dispose of his services. This was done. John Bird, another colored man being employed to do the work. This proceed ing caused Peter to lecouc wathy and he is loud in his denuncia'.ious of the officer. is. A. with a child in her The action ol the officer irives eeneral sat- arms, struck tier a powerful bfow on the isfaetion to the business, men. head with the glass, felling her to thei - m front and stand up. Quite a large num ber responded, and during the niovemeiit the tiSJd hymn was sung. After singing and praying by Rev. Heinlein, Bro. Hyleman aud Rev. Criss, announcements was made of to-day's services. The U.S. Government useHowescales. Send lor catalogue to Borden, Selleek & Co. general agents, Chicago, III. They Ought to be Shot. A crowd of small kids had a fine time in tront ot Hauhloom's store, where the auction sale is going on, yesterday. Thev had a piece of railroad iron about fifteen inches long which they put in a paper oox, lormeriy used ior corsets. .1 hev then came inquiries aoout mm. me result ol door, putting his arm around her rude way, when she slapped him on the side of the face. This angered him, and he went to Schmit's saloon on Second streets, and was seen to take a glass off the counter and secrete it in his coat sleeve. He deliberatelv returned to Fort Malcom, and finding Jis. A. with a child in her l.ri The railroad enmnanv are lenirthpn- mvestigations showed that Kddy's real ' I"? ,ht'' dc track here, a thing that name was John Westafer, that "he had 's nuivh needed. lived near Sullivan, Ohio, and that he had ! The voung ladies at Locust Grove a wile ami child living there yet. The old j were serenaded onThursdav night I a it and lady confronted the young man with this enjoved the music hnelv." ' linnlT1 MtUa! ny hi purchased the "XJ.1? U'1 ;Wacks,ithshoPot tWkSon and will Jwith her and that he left and assumed branches another name, in ord.T tlmr hi. niiil.r ....t I be able to trace him. He further said that & M,?!' Lu!'.1 amI !f na Stotsks, of Se- various it bv the big-footed away and another a tew moments .-"sited this place last week, lookinr vorce, hut sulvefiiientrinvcstisation showed .r 'luV mmeneirtg time m this dis- that thb; was false. He had not had trou- n . lh;y will not commence until hie with his wife ami had not been obliged ' t,u loth oi A"ust- to leave on that account. The old ladv' . -J-J. Pempiite purchased the interest then requested him to disconiimjc bis ' ! Wade in their store last week, visits, but the girl was so infatuated that t ""''I J. R. Wade repurchased the whole she still continued to see him. store from J. J. Pcnquite and intends to She is but a young Miss yet. while Kddv ' '""" on business in the old stand, or Westafer is about thirty-eight years of - It is still warm and dry and flax age. The people thought that thi love ! threshing progresses verv slowlv. There aflair had heen nipped m the bud. are not enough machines here." A great 'and Miss Minnie's infatution for thi man would wear off. Iney thought that ! Hax and wait with patience for threshers, the aflair had been broken ofTcntirclv. and 1 .1.... !. . l I 1 !... S . . " iiiui iiie gin uao ceaseu io iuiiik ol turn in the light of a lover. But this was onlv floor. He then, like a base coward he is. run, and was followed through alleys and across streets by Officers Carnes and Ma sonhall, and was linallv captuml and taken to the cooler, where he will smell of ' 1 . 1 . UM . t s coai tar anu uug juice. uen tne omcers Last Foul Tuesdav Gas. laid it crosswise on the walk tor the pur pose ol seeing some one kick it. They had only a few minutes to wait, however, as a big six-foot granger, with a foot on him something less than a box car, came . ! i mi . tupping uioug. nen witnm about a toit of the Ikjx, he kicked awav. It is uuuec cessanr to state that he hopped ofl". carry ing the boot in his hand. The liox. which i. ... i i . . ..ii . - , . . n.m wtii mre ;ui iu pieces, ami tin iron kicked ctear out ot granger, was thrown one substituted. In couple of voung ladies, one of whom ha ' terost to KreP MP t",J tuipn-ssion. and tin -. . 1 . ... ... itrht i.l liiL . ....... . . I. . 1 . 1 1 I . t a preiiv good reputation as a hi"ii kicker --'.-'loein. cems snow wiai an me having at one time kicked the bark ofl of the w,,,,e thv ,olks wm ngratulaiing ; the chin of a ladv companion, came walk- !",i"s'lves theyoung folks had been schem- ! ing leisurely down the walk. Thev t... I :inl planning to elope and leave them ; Change of Time. of a change The following are the figure of time which goes into effect to-day on e MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILROAD PACIFIC I.KAVK : a negro named John Adams was employed to clean out a well in Fast Sedalia. He engaged the son of a widow woman named Brown, to assist I l . 1 . . mr i. . . . .. t.w.t- inL-1,. ti...i..l.i.utl.m..tnuii i cleaning ii nui. .urs. j. loiu tne with death, and said if he ever got out he ,,0-v not . "lU the ,nl 1I,,,lhe would kill them. j the work the negro loi the b,v This fellow Black comes to the citv oc- l,.wwn IHl,. t,,e. WH- r,,,s ,,c dul- casionallv. and makes himself verv- oh- I '" Iort' ricning me ooiiom, w;l over noxious to pie. He is and a bloated his striking espied the box when in a short distance of. ,n tHe t" Ct-ltltl till it. They Iwth gave it a kick ; after which ' t.wo me.1 - I,revp,,s arrangement, ami the thev slid into ?. furs itfti r,. tw.. ; lirMi tiuiii' t iKir trieiicls knew litth Miif. i and to esca)ctlie hoots of tfie gang takin" .. 4:82 a. .. 4:30 p. m. m. :.. i... i.:i.: i?i -. " , - ii nit tviuiviiii; eAiiiouiou irom tne oppo site side of the street. The heart v laugh ing indulged in by the crowd attracted the attention of a policeman, and he had the box and contents removed. i i est ward ttiroiigii express.. !av .. laiiiiHH in, .1.111 nil- first thing their friends knew little Min-' arrive: nie hail flown to the arms of her Johnnie, i Fast wan! through express 10:50 p. m .....I ....... I.A.. I....I .1 . . . . . mil firtl.i.i tlmr li.il .1. ... ...I i... . " -' ' ...... lll'ill new and pastures green. N"o trail had f been left, no clue remained to disclose.' where the two had gone, or in what dircc- ; tion they had winged their flight. It is-1 Iav .10:42 a. m. LEXINGTON BRANCH. all law-aoiding and decent ik'o- 1 - viann, uipuieria, canker mouiii and a craven coward, adirtv skunk " . " . . UCiX'vw'il ui. neadaetie, m .smioh's Catarrh Remedv. A loafer. The simple fact of. I,t "ov Is. "'" .very sick, as is aiso nis nasal injector iree with each Imttle. Cse a defenceless woman with :in I "?, and tne city is attending to t hem. f it it you desire health and sweet breath. I Price .H) cents. Sold bv infant in her arms with as a remorseless weapon as a heavy glass, should excite the indignation of every law abiding citizen, and the Bazoo hopes he will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. The author ities, both city and state, owe it to the good name of Sedalia and Pettis county, to see that this contemtible whelp will he promptly dealt with, as his cowardly crime deserves. What is it? A mysterious convention of Irish agita tors is now in session at the Palmer House, Chicago. The name of Thos. D. Quinn, of this citv, figures in connection with the convention, which the Times of that city says is held with the utmost secrecy, and that the objects ot the convention j could not be gleaned from anvbody, as re- t porters are excluded, and the delegates are .And pretend there's a spider," she cried. close mouthed. Revival Notes. -The singing is usually very good. -Quite a large audience was in atten dance Friday evening. Unite a number ol country cousins were in attendance at the meeting Friday evening. nr. v. r. i lover and tamily are oc cupying a tent near the camp meeting grounds. It is said that a young couple set so close together rriday evening, that those in the rear could not hear a word that was said by the minister. Rev. Stewart, presiding elder of the district, preached a very able sermon, Fri day evening, to a large audience, which was listened to with interest bv his hearers. The reverend gentleaan is a fine talker and said many good things. your druggist. 1.KAVE: thought, however, that thev took the lOtfO VW ave a speedy and ositive cure tram that night for the east. - freight & passenger. . .rv.00 p. m. "ne ining is certain, tne Mini is tiown.. Sunday passenger... 7:'.i0 a. m. Empty is the cage, Minnie's gone. immw. It is to Ik hoped for the welfare of the j . , KI U" voung ladv, tor her honor and that ot hen r,,y"v iv.-. p. m. tamily, that the man who decoyed her! from home and among strangers, has enough of the semblance of humanity in . hl bosom, now that she has placed" her' life, her fortune and her sacred honor in i j - The poie has, through Archbishops j Rencetti and Nuncio, at Munich, trans mitted to Dr. (iratze, of Dresden, the Thomas Aquinas niedal with his own portrait, as a mark ot his esteem for the great studeut's labors and successful re search in the field of medieval literature. ISeniarks the Western Watchman : "His work on the 'Speculum Sapinata-' of St. Cyril, and his translations of 'Dialogues Creatiirarum,' of 'Nicholas Pergamenus, have given bis holiness much satisfac tion. freight & passenger... 1 0:80 a. m. ' Sunday passenger 9:15 p. m. K A XSAS'& TEXAS i 1)1 VISION. I.KAVE: i.; . i - . ... . . . iu Keening, io ai least give ner tne con- t; i . auction of going before some one author-. "H... oo p. m i.eil to snfimti7i m;irri.v ..I .;.. ' passenger. ... y V IIVI the name of wife, though it mav n- void t leave ami empty in law. " Northward express iiie man wno can decoy a trusting ( passenger, niaiuen iromtiie nosom of her friends and family, knowing that he cannot, bv all the I ARSAW laws ol liod and man. cause her to b r::t5 a. m. 10:40 a. m. 7:15 p. m. Abe Hager, one of the old time-tried railroad men, who has spent a lifetime, following iron and steel rail, has beeu nro- saoted to assistant siifierinteudent, on the Pacific, between Kansas Citv and St. Loub; The Bazoo will lead his legion of friends iu congratniations. come aught else than his mistress, know- j On and after Sunday, August 7th. trains ing that there is another vet alive who will run as follows : SECTION NARROW GAUGE. bears his name, ami who is alone entitled to the name of wife, is deserving of the severest condemnation of society. A woman's honor is her only jewel, a'nd the man who can lie base enough to deprive her of this is the lowest and meanest of thieves. LEAVE SEDALIA SOUTH. Warsaw accommodation 7:15 a. m. Freight and accommodation 5HK) p. m. LEAVE WARSAW NORTH. Warsaw accommodation... .......7.00 a. n. Freight and accommodation 12:30 p. m.