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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY. JANUARY 31, 1882.
SEDALIA BAZOO cr kail postage free. IsHTt Including Sunday, per year.... $6 00 Sunday edition, per year. 2 50 1 00 15 "WeckJj, f2 numbers, per year.. Daily, deliver (J in the city, per week .... NEWS DEALEKS fiEgaTarly mnplitl at 2IS cents per copy. All rabscriptions :ire"jaytille in advance, unc iaoazLtim:ed at the end of time paid for. HOW TOSESD MONKY. Bcnsit tan rn.ij he mad' bv draft, money orun or rvsr.surt-t tetter, at our r:K. dive postofliti address ia lull, including stv- and eountv, aiu, adiL-ts .1. WIT f;0(DWf, WEEKLY BAZOO. TUED Y. J A NU UY ST. THE SCHOOL DIFFICULTIES The $edali& public schools wen created forthe use of the public in educating the children ami not for Ihe purposes of growls of parents h 3iave uncontrollable children. The session of the school board on jjFVid iv night was a stormy one mad o bv parents who came there to coin plain of leaehers ill treatment of their children. The occupation of teaching is an aniuout one in ninny cases a thankl -s-one, am! if they di their duty, enforce iscipui e and obedience, they biing "Wti upon their head: the wrath and bittern'? of a few parents who are fool ash enough to complain that their Jimmy or Belinda has been made to st with the opposite sex or that an oilier has b eu winped till he or she 5b nearly dead, by a teacher who is charged with doing everything that is prong and vicious. Th.e teachers in Sedalia public schools are human beyond the ques tion of a. doubt Tixis is probably a verv extra vagsn as-er:i i in the minds of some of the complainants wiio appeared before tin bou'd o i Friday nighr, uhiei proceed ing -viil he fja.ii ia full in auulhir Tda-w. Tha ie ic'iers in t'io public sc'ioois ofehdii are sdf-s icrifi inir, ban! v rked an 1 div te I so thdr thank 2ess eat ing.and generally splicing, are patient soul"', eeetvoring to add lb sir mite in building u; the youwj. to make good and useful m-ai and CTnnteu of tho-e who are entrusted to their c re. It is no plevsnre to them to pun'sli a child. It is a dutir they owe tm chiM au I a duty thivove to the public to euf j:C3 discipline and obe dience. So much for the teachers ; now, how about parents? Bow often Is it, sii 1 bv a mother Vfhu has from six lo ton children r.mg aug:jift'!'3s lb m two to fifteen yean8. ss vatjuihm iin the su!n ner draws to a close. she being vex-d wiih the bur Till mule by her larg-; f.imi v of 'j;rori..iH pr g-ny: -well I'll be gl id si!i;Ni sruoiit CommjiKvs. aii'l then ttie 1 . .J U'li&H Mill e out oi my way nnu i where iV'V i 1 be mathi 'o mind.r ,j t I h.tt's ht vsay ii is done. The in Till v The m tber fliet up, the f.ither roth-; :it tho m mill and oil they go fo the school board and sivj . . . .." ime the wav their child ... . .. , . f JNlis r'tenandieicnir. that it U a sh: is treate l hy AMis ftep. 3The: if the board don't, give the aske l-for relief an 1 say th it the child is r:gbt and the teadter wrong, the millibars of theboird ar3 a set f numskulls, and so it goes. Parents, m.ike your children obey you iit home." Teach them pditen ss, decent habits and inculcate into their beads the absolute .necessity of obey. in their teacher :iinder all circum stances and then you will have less cause to complain. How do you ex pcs teachers to enforce obedienc i iin 3e5 yn eaforoe it at home? Tuis is jaeessary to proper discipline. Wneti ti p-trenn finds that the sbihl and teacher do not bar do not bar-j ;annot be ex- .... addv. When ioinz, the pupil cannot t)eeted to Jearn re x , . his rescue. . ,, , .... Im.x nut urn , t.u it shoiikl ut v.j-oi Cmi. ma ieu nreKsiiiHijMiii IfCui'efl were red I V inline Mi i 6 "! -!r;,n,SL I,K one hunln-d d..l!.,rs. -Manin InpinMmer, proprietor oitln :shel an 1 co:nes limit? erving and . 4 " rk kitten in a 1ml brick, ami the Mr. X. H. Harris hac; reeeivI UU I ttaamnt at Warr ns wrg , ii I ' t!ie-e tilings woaht he iu-el over in . . ., . t..r ...,(is H:tti U luv ,..,..,,.1 ; Isoet.t the SdKttti worhi: p ug with inem s f..iv-: x)he moan, iroo d-lor-notimu . ' vouiitr hulv does likewise. P.iim i-i , HK. " ' s,rt 1 ,K ,H,A I,P'J ,R , ,t. 4j w " . , ' r , , ' st ench bv the great-hear ed poplei-i w , , . , oiea::g out ik1 m u-King. i.. uti oi... lenchnr win pped nu, ami 1 wasti t ilo- . 1 eeti, the von nr mans invriilorv ol ;.r i r .:;-., tl- r...,i Miss Cora Plant of Doonvilte, who 5 I o-: hind no in ii ter what. In 'nil done i iwv. .i. oir.ni, reeritu. re'urnisl , , ,. - , . . - J . - ? n I tM- O'O'l. WW lll.lt tVvl U'- .1.111 U'Mlv. , t 1 1 t . I . . ....... 1..1. Iu..!.'l1l.r .t-tv III IKI'IIV Til M:l!?tltt I I t'..t'l.llt ir.i. ,U K I.tflir..ll liVflP f'.l t'llll lril!l! IMT.i TC?m ,S. I.l'!t ll . X I t.i I.... . " i .. " ...... ... ... A his ale -of ariair? exist, withdraw the j that the members have leen mainly j divorce fiom the sister ol Cuiiteau on j and die wi.-h ixpre.d ihat ong might consisting ot groom ami bride, Mr. and . , , , , , , , . . , , .. , - - . thev wave. Mrs. Ch.ts. Lyon and .!r-:. John Hall. ::t- c r.l d inon ihe school, and do not let engaged thus far in attending to ilieir i the ground ol ner insanity, ih-si - ! rived in thu city last Thurdav evening. the parent show bis (r her inabditv 10 ; private badness. Bur, thev draw notion prohahlv amsc from the tm-i ! --1"!,iih nisiw. 11, i.r.,ti. hysteria, fo- The n. wly wedded cottpL- were there- . I , . - .... , . , 1 t ti. e' i V -- , pioiitpuy Lurui wiut eipientoi manv eosijv ana u. II elutevn g overa their child at nome by awpear- j their pay with p.uuial regtlar:t that the whuie job lot oi Ot.i.e.ii!s and lJruwaV H vi ithu.r&. p j j,rc5jCSas irom their L-iJiiua and xelatives. inrr lioJoro fh h.eird iiiul py mminr ,b. . 1 ilieir incomix tencv or tcinner. rv complaining and crea'ing a disturb ance it injures the efficacy and good results to the whole school, which should not occur becau-e two or three parents are dissatisfied or offended. The injury to the whole school is ir reparable. The statements made bv those com- plaiuintr as found in the renort tdiouid be tvken with due allowance. With hold ju Igmnt until their side can he heard, and then form your opinion? from the be-t lights before you. Teachers shonld biar in mind that much is expected of them, and the houli not disappoint the patrons ot 'he school. Bo just, paiienl, careful, a id perform yur duties impartialh a. id in good humor. Puai-h as Hub as possible, and with the greatest di- cretiou. CHEEK. Not since that soft cushion over : jrinning kuii, known as man s check, was first given to the first man, ha -uch an exhibition of the impudeuc to which the mine of the facial orna ment has been applied ever been se t tmong men as that which Mr. Gui tea u affords us, from his prison celt Of all the addresses issued by the ai-sa-iu this last is certainly the mn unbearable, and the effect of it is onl; to make men wish for his speedy deal 1 tnd the end of the matter fur good lie ackuow'edijes that his coudur before tiie jury it-jured his defense but, as usual, blames the whole thin; m his long suffering counsel, and dt lares that if they had been compt eut to manage the ca-e. correctlv, In would not have talked so mt:c! . More ver, he declare that the jur aid not suffi dent intelligence to e the point, and entirely ignored lb .inimical ami patriotic nece.-sit v for tl,. icr, which all christian, ime iigem people see. We hear aliout the elei lal court in banc whieb, along win anl thalV all tiiere is aloiit if' )u oeen tlie burden of Guiieau?s whin rum t ie first, and which he (hmb le-e.on-idcrs the mist Isiwyer-like phra.-i m the dictionary of the profesHon lie hardly expected an acqui'.tal. 1n did ixp-tt a dsa riee-ncut, when!;. pr.j).iied to test tue ques ion of juri :ieti.i;i before tiie court in .banc. I. other words, he pro) ises to test : iitesii u which is 1 ot in the c:se foi i he reio:i that it was waived bv hi him, h o:tgh his coiai-el, in the be ginning ut the trial, and which in at probability never existed at all, lb the reason that where the act h com milled in one jurisdicti n, and t i victim Mies in another, the case nun be tried in either wants thre first clas lawyers to assis him hefor this roti rt in bine, winch is the trcn eral term of the court in which In i!",L v""-,llil ' ' 'I iv lose d him in m v with wiiieli i r.u.i;'r tin v- iiij'.:invii e .iineii n tiie law. He in ikes a special appe:-.. r the 1 ulies of America lo come it thus rarelv, if ever, been witnesed i:. 4 this world, it has been settled upon ut- ai c tha' he is .sane, lie has dropped , . . , . . ,. tils mask and taken it up again so oj- , , . , , i p, that even those mistaken humant t r iius who were the most averse to the theory of (11111.010'-? s.iuitv and re spon.d: idty, have lost patience, ami have joined in the universal demand th.it he die the death GST DO WJtf TO 3TS.NS33, GEN TLBMiltf. Congress has b-jeu in session about two months, ami t4ie whole fruit of its labors, so far, is the passage of one bill that for the payment of defiieii cies in the cjusih bureau, and which is so drawn up that it. is thought that it will be found null and void if sign ed by the. president. This one small billot doubtful validity is not much of a shoeing for six or seven weeks of j ,,,,. 1 ;so-cal'ed work. Ine f. c; seems 10 be bill of doubtful validity is not much l ,ll'llll il IV.O VI .1IIIVI IUI V 1 .. 1 ' I It. . I ... ,. JU - w - w I ."tilt W I.IUIIH III MI,7 I. m V II i oiii, :iu"r fioe.ii lit YCMtguuu.j i 1 io-t t lift ailie. thollrh MiiV evidence ... , , - tnai inev nave earned it uas not yet an- peared. Ho far as we are informed from Washington, the business of the j committees is not in the shape, nor as far advanced as it ought to be at tni.s time, and if anv work is to be done this session, it is to be hoped that the honoiable geiit'emen repre senting the v:u ions constituencies of ! the land will soon net :t it. Members sav that their time i- taken up in complying with the end less, d mands of their constituents, who ?eem lo regard, them as s-nt to Wa.-hhiirton therelv to do thei: ! "chores." Jut this is not business. and no member of congress is jti.-ti-lieii in acceding to the belies s of hi- upporiers at home merely becau.-e he i-: al.ed to do so. If hehould refuse tasiig his refusal m the good plea hat he is sent to the capital on pub He, and not private, bu-iness. every m m of sense would think the bett-i t him for it. A go.d public servant a- Washington.:! thorou h-o:ng, coin - P'tent, able legislator, has prelt nearly a sure thing on being sew here bv an admiiin; eonstiliiencv in h finitely, and th'Tc is nothing to hP .aitud by the petty system of elec ioneerinic for the next term which is he true name of the extreme willing ness to serve Tt m, Dick and I lai n n attending to their private ami pei--onal matters in the departments and otiblic flices. A working congrc.-.-. ml a working congressman, is what he people at large want ; ami the nan who is wise enough to be that, md belong to such a body, is tie nan who will get bark into congress .iih the least difhVultv. FOR THE COLORED MAN. Yesterday v:: issued the first mini- r of the new coloted jotiriftil, the -kimj.ia Hex. The jaHr is puldish- d bv tweKe renecta Ie coh.re.i c; ,....,.r .1.1. ,.it mU.. f-wi,..! -. lf till ,Vf Itl V l1! 111 II . heir.seivcs into a joint-slock cotnjny, iih K.fiirie;.; fuiid nu hands to tr ine the st!(ce.s of the veiittne. The eeds of the euloretl people ol Sedalin : n t'ds respiet are r et-gniyjed by the stK fatnn, Mid evervihrl to fmni.-l; t leadable and ilaitmsgh-goiag j-.ttrual 'evotd:o the ii tere.-ts of the bl.tek nan in this localiiv ami throittrhout he state, is prmii.-eil. The first i.-sue of the paper presents i creditable appearance, and its coi iiiuis ate crowded fu 1 of news and hoice reading matter. Our colored itizens can v.ell aflord lobe proud of he new venture which far surpasses any previous effort in this direction in vdalia. The 1j.z0 wishes the ccl red man veil, and hopes that tl e UN will enjoy the success which it iCMTVCS. "iiow I Married Him." is the title Vilkie Collins puts over a hue sfry. Itist yiung laili-s who live been t iMUgh I bo mill eould tell this s'.orv .idle as well :.s I he speetacletl son in. . ... . i i , j .u .mf. iu-hii.-. ioe jNinMii i- u-ti iliy pr.-c d d ny a ihjhikI I advice is given the voiing kidvj""v,f 1WI Air, nria Ut.hoi it,to the I M II uul the thing is done. Sometimes' the matter is not so eailv di-no.-ed of, but verv generally it is only a In it: coinedy in one or two acts ami the iliiugis over. And welt over, pupa a-.-d maniniasay, especially if it look ed like dear Maria's last chance. When the news of ihe verdict in the gt eat case u as received at Stewart ville, a small "town near St. Joe, an 11 i 1 , iii old cannon was brought out and load-, cd to the muzzle with powder and wet miner. A teiriixc explosion n.ok nlacei 11 1 when the mulch was applied, but out of the crowd ol fifty persons who were engaged in the jubilation not one was j hurt, except a b iy named Scoville who was knocked senseless by a frag ment of the iron. According U certain indications in I the matter it has been thought that o -11 11 j. George fccoville wouhl :pply lor a Scnvilli'S have bi'GIi Iil:d iMielv. i , t .i .! along with brother and brother-in-law. But Mrs Scovi le repudiates the suneestion. with scorn. WW Detroit peup.e lonTt propane to be trifled v.ith on occasions of public J jubilation. When the Guiieau ver ;,lict was rf.lu in a tiC:lre Hnere jer mann, the magici tn, was giving a per formance, the audience burst into en thusiastic applause except one ill conditioned individual, who rai-ed a hi.. lie was immediately mobbed and made his escape uiih difficulty. Senator Edmund liiends believe that he can have Judge Hunts place f he waul-it. If he is wise, he '.wl! nam it. Foiger says that he cxpeei to see Arthur through his udmiuzM ra tion, and that the reports of his going on the bentdi are c rculated for the purp'tse of influencing the stock mar ket. - A cnrrespondcllt aays that tiu? IianiC f the BuIIv Bo torn of the sun-fl iwer 1 a-thetics is uiven in the Oxford uni- versitv calcn:ar as 0-car Fini:all UTIaheitie Willis Wild without even the aesthetic finale in the patronymic- proper. This is bad for IJtdly Bottom. l'rotectioii which tloe.-. not protect has had a fair trial in Germany, and, is an illustration of its success, two hundred Miotisaml sons of Abemania von Deutschland gekotnmen, have emigi-ated during the past year, in?l-; Iv to America, lmt a good! v number to England, a free trade comitiv. According to the providons of.McJ5s villiS trMni iiwl hiiivis m tin, 1 tI t v Lords apporinn:ment bill on a basis of . three humlretl and twenty members. Missotiti Illinois, ICent tick v and Ar- silteafi SCtjn !! "llVQ;lCU , , . . lorter Jiavu.g exh:tlml the VfK-.i-j iiulttl V oj i he ICl.rIih lancunC in his " -pwtrii apaiK-t Liiiitrau. a mw supply !n 'iiouary word s.eem$ to Ije ikc - sary. Accori)iig lo tiie sniMHiui of iimp ant! iroubJe c-xpeiidfdr lr. Arthur has hml more liiff'c uliv in the r!;- -t ruction of his cabinet iloin anv other irpenter that oxer held the ofSce. J.)eimis Kearnev is lieginmmr tn -peak up again. lie warn is an ami moiifdy jwrty in California, nith Dcnnii Kearney at the head of it. .ince tt. Jantis nas ran out ol phical pulchritude she seems to 1: taken to the mud in her streets Utve : taKen to the mud in her streets asjwa3v.Mii..SmuM..;.SLue k. naiurallv as the duck lakes to water. Polygamy is gone up. It has been resointed out of existence in every one of the Jarire cities of this hind. Blaine will deliver his oration on (tarfield on Ifattndav. Februaiv i.Jlh. PILOT G-ROVS. t not Shot The Widower and Eis Bride - School IvLaiiers. Vs. L y iiiighes, a ritixrn of Cass comuy, i- n n viit u trteil hiv. rh-re have Iht'!! some lively trans act ion iu real e.-w..te the p-K-t week, and in eons, uence, jlr. lev ilne camiot now j be lu aril lojeak above :t whirspor. The recent temi-annaal exandnation and ctfiiic rt at the Col leu rite Institute was in ewry repect etpiak to anything of the kind turnicrly given at this popular insti tution. Mr. MeMahan, of Lam hie, and Miss : Yoiuer. of this place, were married on WedutMiay eveiitiig. The lormer is a widower with "grmvn-wp children' and thelatura llusbing dams 1 of IS sum oi;i.-. .v 11 1 .-M-v. 1. 1.--.-? iwiiiiviin uieeie 1 iin h:,IM,v CuU)k. illllllC(li:fIe,y al:t?thc I niony. mers. A tirst-ctass charivari irreete 1 the 1 "no of the public schooh of this township (Oakland district) the school be gan October 1st, and the ashf-s were not re moved from die siovc until the 17th of January. In the same school 12-year-old boy .s engage iu pugilistic encounters with the. teacher, and it i said carry otf the honors of Mime if the encounters. Mr. John W. Kverhart. a jolly citizen of the SueUi r state, is now in town visiting relative.-. Mr. Kverhart is one of the j l,Vs, and anuiM d a crowd at Long & Arm- Mr,;"" M fi w ;"h"! 8,K"- l,-v ,lsW with deorge Z h r. Win 11 the bovs con - vv,vt't ,i. dauei-iin v were hisiiiv cheered I "rittenfortheSun lay Morning Hazoo. ;thksiiiimffancv. Now Ii-avinnnlt f rare awl dl a-Ieoward. Nu Jitviny fr-t and all lifoV illf i"diind, Th !u... ,f f.uu-v tl.u lentil t id Iinds, Iti hneNUl id!ni2 in th .summer wind. Urvund tise Mtlten tm-.tki-rs dimty shn-jng ii'-vund Oic o.nd and tli :tmh.T:tv-s, H-v..nd oil - wliwe im-rmaidM wine their .nd tunVth.ir vidri.wtothtMtiManinaave.-. n i i r . i ....... I h 'dutdt -lsir:tv 'li outward prow l.dls tjchttv, l.j t;--.., v Hat, iftin thr..u-h tieprimi air. - And drift in-j; thrnuh w-t im : llum und i pin- W(t iiuiy with drintwifitt itutttMii nttr where Th n if no r -fd 4 tr t..-s st:a'"r-4, Nt:h Ikx ttyr lip-' --t at ht away, cl ml'! hHMri..', nur i vr-ttiitg i;M awl y,ray, t -t t i .... . . ... wnii nxni ram WfiMii i.rKrvii, . An- Hrhi ami-! th Nvme' U-v at.-K " j i (t tor ttie lle. t mt t-UUg. Or hnrnuwiu d iO j.--rd f jih -(Iupiv;. . . . . . . ... . Ctnls sire out tor the v.vdtltng of Wlen tr., f..'.-m.iv u'uLr.iy ih! ...' Mar.v ,lj,,l!,,t,r -Mr. and Ol ;ll anl trnt,ittttaU thiw jmM-:rnt iulio j Mrs. ,J. II. aligh, to M r. Charie- J. iin- Tiwn:.btwitfc-Nt t-Oh- day. ! d. rs, Yilut mIuv evening, Kehruarv, t, A tl ! t ;tithtd. td at hvtr. IS.S2. The c remouv will he K'r!omied ak h.- I mu .i.j sfMn iut uiam, t,.. prt.?,v t.-nan ehureh in Columhia Mo. SoMiiv lt It-aid th- m! Ii.iiu.s, , . ,. . . ... , ' Aal.m:.. ; , a ! Atier I'ehriiary ih. thev will lie "at liottie - SOCIETY NEWS. lAuj ft.'irtMrf iM. o-t uir.iM- f..r thw d.imn-, iMttmU .M.iu.d. Wc want viv.-il.ii. wtiv,. m1 vto.t-ry k.d . .m-.iHU-m iit all tiie ni-tir- t.:t..wN-;nJn.t.y " "t .total. A.I.I.- a!! -ml, j viiicr, aiUim. .M..l SKl'AMA. Mr. II. faten vi&ited her son at Cal ifornt:: lat wet k. Mr. and Mrs IV F. Abbott arc visiting frhtufe at Motitne .Mi.- Julia Cttle has returned from a vifrtt lo Kana Ciiv. -i r i r i - . - t . ... t I ur. aim .tr. i.emisi viaiieu irteuis ia St. Loni.- last week. Mirs Carrie Weiler visited friends in Kansas Lily la-t week. Mrs tj. C Slack visited her old home at l.-xu r, Mo , last wek. Mrs. Sallie K. Anthony, of Versailles, la vi.-iiing tneiid- in ihieoy. Miss II-. tiie Sm ed i spending Sunday with old l riusds ai Lamimtc Mi?s Mollie I5igger, who has heen jllilc ill, i again convahseetit. Mr. .S Iv. Anthonv, of Aurora Springs I V. I Mi-s Katie Deutchlf, of Concordia, cij-iutt her lirothvr, ,vr. l'eter Dvtitchkr, lsit etv. -.trs. jonn 1.. nail attenoeit im- j Kirkpairiek-Lyon wettdmg 11 Thtird I 111 .-Ms. II. A. Palwr, of T.kji, Kan-J sa, t vir-tting l r p.tiVRiSj Tilr awd .Mrs ' i t ii. i. .. . . 'diuiorr, M. . M. WH.iute it !W I f I -Mr. B C C!avk, f BiwiiviiK wht. vhdui !iuitU in ;hxs ciiy laei vtrky fa- ivurti to lvr ho:M. ilrsi. J K. Jolinson awl rfaMubU r. Miss Kvu, viilit fit r auu. J. JEL .lliUMii. l l-M,t ,4sl nr,r,s- -Mr. '. T. .i cLt ol V rsail. !;as itlitriutt lo her Limw Mr. Wilts, of Iv;l Sedalta. aiMfcwi- pnh l ly her nie, Mis Kaiic Coriow. axe vti;ig trteinls in Iowa. Mrs .Jacobs, ot Warreusbur, who ha-ts.-en viitiog trh nds in thi city, returmo r.v I.i.r- Intiiw t-.f W. tt lli.il :l V w fl . , f burg, wife of Circuit Cierfc Wittnispoon r . t i i . .I. Miss h title Kutd, accompat;i d In Misses Ia.ne and Jennie: Hughes, is pciMlitig the Sabbath at Iloustouia. Mr. Chas. Hobeiecht and wife attend etl the wedding ot tln ir cousin, Mis Kmm; Hobereeiit. at California, lat Welm svla v Mrs. W. T. Jacuson, of Verailh s, win has been vi-tt tug hvr mother, Mrs. M. K llatkck, reitirtud to tier iionu List 'AT.-k-s-ttay. Mrs. Ii. II. Ingram, and In r daughter. Mi 1 cie, ot SeUali.t, are 4n a birtadav viit to iiMiidpatirtmcrnaw. - JetierMn Ciu .Journd. Mte-s Kate M. Joni and hep dauglirer. wiio iuvebeeti veiling iltu family t 3Liio Iltair, Have icturntil to thtir buitw- iu v iiia.-o. M. Jaturs i ib-nn. who was in t.hi vitv l.twek visit iotr nt-r moth r who hu- iui:e ill, haa tturn'd to ln.r home iu veiling friends, has returned to her horn, io UoonvilSe. Mi.-s Nannie Talhott, of this cUy. ac ounpanied by her iirothef, Mr Walter Talhott, of Nevada, visited friends ut Tip luu lat wtek. Mrs, Peter Deutchler attended the wedding of her sister. Miss Eaiuia llo berechtand Mr. Chas. Treubuer,aiCalilor nia last Wtdmsday. Mr. Charles Lyons and wife attended the wedding of Mrs. Lyons' bro her, Mr. N Kirkpatrick to Miss Helen Lyon, in St. Louts, last Wednesday. The death of Mrs. S. K. Billiard ree Miss Josie Moore, of this city, has brouirht forth expressions of profound sorrow from friends all over the state. Mrs. J. M. Warde, formerly Miss llaidee Pattison, who litis b -en visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jennings, of this city, returned to her home near War rensnurg last Tuesday. Mrs. Port is, wife of Mr. T.J. Port's, at t mey for the Missouri Paeitic, tif St Louis, who has been viiting the family of I)r J. V. Jackson, ot this city, returned j t hr home Thursibn morning, Mrs. Keller, of Fort Worth, wift j Superintendent Keller, of the Fort "W e 01 Worth division of the Missouri Pacific, after a pleasant visit with friends in this city, re- 1 turned to her home I hursday morning, The Kirkpatriek-Lvon bridal partv. The n embern of the Congregational church will give a 'Japanese" social eniortainiiicnt at their church next Tmirg- jtlav evening. A tine programme litis been ; arranged, consisting of music, recitation . b ' i etc. j The Assemhlv" will give one of ( tJu.jr I I 1 1 1 1 1 (jiincing parlies at tha J o-rmani:i hall next Thursday evining. ! 1 his clu!) No coutemphttus givimr a , . , . ' , "... M"1 ' 1,1 l"' oiuuf, which vfui muloui.o til v le a hrilliant affair. The new ele.h which has heen formot in this eitv unter th tith of "L)t:tn So risa.V will itut-t tiext Thur-ihiv evetiingul I he nsMeiie- of Dr. l..g:iu (M;tr!c. on Wesk I J'ltth tre t, l tu, M Kt-ntit.kv ami ()ago. v n iiifi.iwm.o i.r...,., I at "i he WorW Hotel' 1st Joseph .Mo. Mr Mnrh Wright, a gemleuriu well- it .1 r . . . -itt i . ......... i , t, m ic v "ill II 1 1 I IV III III ill ri.,,a. lo rr 1 1 . 1 1 1 J IiiMvan K hruarr u l'M lonoei jauo i rcnyteri:ui j ehurcli in Clinton. A numln r ot their Iru.tus w'u ,U.,.t ;U , n, ,j , jtj iu vxieml goml wiIu-s. eongratu hit ions etc. In ihe evening ihe newlv wedded uounlti will leave on an exit tided hridal tour. We call tiie attention of our lady friends w ho wear imni use hats to tha theatre, to thecotpieiish and decidedlv ht i cming white opera hood, ornatie nied r I ...i.:... i i .... t ? " " 1 , .lls I Mav Henderson to tiie opera house List Monday evening. We trut this fashion will prevail. Ladies look changing in hood, and perntucau then see the btao. Mexico Ledger. A pleasant little social party wai riven at the rt.Mdcnce of Kliis Smiih, in H ist Sedalia, Iat Thursday evening, which vas much enjoyed hy tho?e wlu had tho phaMireof h-ing present Dancing was indulged iu until midnight, when choieo v inshnienis were served, coupling of tvtke, wine, etc Among tln?e pnsent were Mis. s Klla and Kva Smith, Kiltio Kidd, Mattie and Jennie Hughes, Carrie doling, Pat Jer.-on, and M.-ssrs. Koht. Kamev, Win eh r White, of Iloustouia; John Woo, L. I ,ljr. Hnuhes. S. Ii. Mcll h. nny, U. W. French and others, in all about twenty individual. Vmongthe m mv beautiful costumes vlorn JlL ;i,e con.tdimeiiiarv nceo'ion f iveil llv -Mp :Ml(i ,r 1 1. Teasdah-, of -t. Augeav. nue, to their .n and he; wite Mrs. and Mis. J. W:.lt.r Teadale, neo tlarney, a hort time igo were: Mrs. i i ...!... ... w- .! .i:.. .: .... ... ,t.. l.,MU Wor4. :l m,Hnig toilet of sm-ah -lk in sls and phatio-s: V-c.ngo .iik-d iu with i;ud;i.. ; !. ruttanit codar t er;tpej ilianouid olif.iirs: cluster of a hitt eaoe ha :t tW w .;:. Mr-. S. If. IViU-r. s: er of ike vrom. of ti.- city, a oih t o! bt.wfc .itiu eiOiii d wiih brt)-ai-. iw fro ye l etaire d- hiw, pohii :p-pliqo-, hijih c-f jilFun- eoveret in wiwe id eriMlSll IlfiS tlildtl id ihl lUT(JUOiaJ r.e.s. bln!t ros- s. The fpKit:iii.mt. J trivcti hv the mptn hifra of ;he Old eoot I'ri-oytf rian chmeh n the Hew biH-k on Onio Mn-it, la.it fnwr.-day evening, was the most stt cess :d ever given bv tlnm. .An ehganl lttMht on was. & rved ditroig the day. and u the evening a supper, consisting of neats. s:d.u!, ctk st eofhe and many de ieioiiIy pr pared viands was partaken of y a large nuinher of viitor. Ti.e neat iiiii of Io0 w;: realized, which will bo i. ed toward the new parsonage which is oiitetnpl::tel being erieted in the near mure The ladus under whose skill till ii. inauemeul an i etrerprise the a fair w e trough t to such a suceis-tnl isue were: lt. J.tuns Walmsley. Mrs. James Mont- omr,rMr? Jinige Kieh.inloti, Mrs. Dr. iwogt is. ?hs. Jam s Thorn p"ou, Mrs. Cain need. Mi:-. W. K.Thomas. M i I)r. Mont r uiery, Mrs. John il Stewart, Mrs C. If. i uis, Mrs. II urv Fvaixs, .Mrs. Km met diips, an I M:-es Made P rker, Aggi -iiewart and Mary I'ehe Kiehardsou. Society Bissviicro. LEXIN(IliX. Miss Annie Mvng is vi&iling im St. Jno. U-.tumian is visiting relatives and frivnus ie.6ed.1ha tli":r wet;. Mrs. A.J. Arnold, of Tojieka, Kan., .vac. in tin- city .vm's visiio ner aunt Aits. C. H Me t 'tu-u rs. Mr. Wm. Li in rick and daughter. Miss Nana, h It la.-t Monday io L.t relative ut Kansas v ity Cniiicothe, St Louts and .vitalia Mrs. W. C. Hicks has returned from h-r vitt lo M Aito lat wtek and tat Snu- lay n uaied In r p. sitinu a oruanit ot Capi. Co unci's choir at the M. K Chuieu. 1 1 ItOOXVlLLK. Oabc Tutt came, up from St. Lonis L'hursitay morning. Will Piety is visiting relatives ia Montrose, Mo., this week. Miss Ida Nel-on is visiting in Inde pendence, the guest of Miss Jessie liarneS. Mrs. Zimmerman, mother of AdHra Zimmerman, a former Uoonvide merchant 0 ed a few days ago and was buried from the Catholic church last unday. Miss Mollie Flohnan aud Km ma An derson retcrnc 1 to Columbia hist Friday, where they will attend school. Mi.-s Mol lie had fully recovered from her recciii severe sickness. Miss Annie Jones, of St. Charles, ar rived iu Uoonville last Friday and will spend several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S Myers. Her husband, Dr. F. D. Jones, is-traveiing iu Texas, to recruit his health. M trried at the residence of the bride's mother, in Boon v die, Mo., by the lv v. Father Huffman, January 24th. ISS'2, Mis Paulina Kratz aud and Mr. Charles Vol rath. The c remony was performed in tho presence of a few friends Tiie Lexington Intelligencer has dto Irdlowing: Mr. John C. Phelps, of Boon vitle, sp. ut Wedm-suay vitting his legion of old Irieuds in this city His niece. Miss Zelta S Ib.v, now among tin; no a- pupils in the Latitat cuiivgc. (