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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1882.
8 HftNtBUKG t UGlliliS I Cotton Trimmings and Laces. KIT IN BY EXPRESS. FINEST UNE IN THE Cm. AND IfcrecfthmtoEelcctfrcm Than an" Gihtr House. Wm. Curran 223 Ohio Street. WEEKLY 15 A ZOO. SEDA Li A, O.. jrrn ay, January ii. Weather Report. Correct il daily lor the Ra'oo by C. G. rvlor. llorohgist and Optician, No. Oio street, for I Ik twenty-four hours nd iag at 2 o'clock p. in.. January 2: 12. I:mK. I tiikij. i i:a u. I wi.nw. 1 wkatiiki:. 5 in 2 p. in p mi 22 20 1 i eloiJdV 2.):fil x fair cle r 24 i 2..S0 I N w Extreme -d 2CC BAZOO BUZZ. S. A. Wright lor --cuing machines. A man too drunk to give his nam-, was locked up ly Officer Joe Goa-age last night about hall p:sl Un. A Maryland exchange refers to Mr. Thos G. Forward, of Belair, that state, who was cured hy St. .Jacobs Oil of rheumatism. Kocheattr, (N. Y.) Sunday Morning Tribune. Mrs. Martin, whose troubles were briefly n lernd to in Friday's Bazoo, was fine d $10 by J ustice Fiaher. She see ins to he a bad woman and her house ought to be suppressed. Boss Potatoes at West's. Counselor Samuel L. Highleyman made his maiden efibrt in the great rail road tax suit in the circuit court yester day. His argument was pronounced an able one by all who heard it. The Anthony & Ellis Uncle Tom's Cabin comedy company, w hich played to such hirge houses hue Fast Saturday wee k. afternoon and eeninr, passed through the city yesterelay forenoeiiitiu the north houueJ K. tN: 1'. train on llieir way to Mobeily. A butcher's wagon, driven hastily yesteiday afte rnoon, spilled quite a string of "sassages" opposite the J y dotild hotel- There was an invidious efirt on the jart of several Caucasian anel African cit izens t disinter tiie chow-chow. "Invid ious" may be the term. August Meirer, the well-known up holster is still to be found in his oiel quarters, over D. A Clarke's establishment, on Third street, where he will continue, as heretofore, to do all kinds oi work in his line with a neatness and elegance not to be surpassed in Sedalia, or elsewhere. Mr. E. G. Gartman, the business manager of the Evening Dispatch, of York. Pa., was cure d of neuralgia by three appli cations of St. Jabobs Oil. Boston, (Muas.) Saturday Evening Express. Collision. A collision occurred in the Missouri Pacific yards last night about nine o'clock, which resulted in considerable damage Theswiich engine was pushing up a coal car em that portion of the iron way known as the rabbit track, while the e legant roael engine, the Sidney Dillon, was coming Vts, hocked ti a freight train The coal car came in collision with the engine, and the result w:s that the head light of the Dillem scooted the whole lei gth of the ceiat car, and the front of the engine's b iler was knocked out. The wheels of the coal-car were twisted around in various shapes, and this was all the damase sm-tained by it. At the cost tf several dollars the company can set all right again. Tom's Parlor. To-morrow morning at 9 e'clock a par lor saloon w ill be ihiown open to the pub lic at olo Ohio street for inspection, by 0 om Quin, where can be h:id native and importe-I wiiies, liquors and ciyars of the test quality. He will keep constantly on baud Bass & Co.'s pale ale, Guinness's Porter, extra stout ; Budweiaer, Erlanger, Wain wright anel Anheuser's boltied beer. Aula user keg beer on draught. Mr Quin is an ohl catcher to the pub lic in Sedalia. and he promises to keep a place sece-nel in every respect to no public le-sort of the kinel in the west The "P.-r-loi" has bee n fitted up regardless of expense, and furn'shed with all the modern im nreiveuients. There are no chaiis or ta bhsinthe place, consequently ne sitter. jn i tu ''Parlor" and no loafers in the "Parlor." The place is furnished with one hundred anl iifey bouse plants rare e-xolie's, -which leod a eiiann anel a frag-ance to the room, making it a beautiful and pleasant Jeseirt The grand lunch on Monday will be pre pared by Kaiser, the well-kneiwn caterer, and presided over by John Geek, the jol liest Teuton who ever stood behind a lunch counter, to satisfy the wants of theise who hunger. Lunch will be served every day from 9 to lu a, iu. v micii lor UieSjuudav Muniinn Buaoo. A CHANGE. Well, well ; 'tis mighty strange, I tow, And altered is the i ult Since I was young and used to go To that old "deestrict school." We used to take onr whipping then, And hear it with the net, And not go whining home to "Dad," To have onr woes redress d. We knew too well, you het we did ; When we had talis to tell, ur dads would take the teacher's part And warm our hides up well. lint now all things are changed indeed, The schools are not the same ; The parent take the scholar.-' part And ghe the teachers Ida inc. PERSONAL. Col. J. M. ho-, mi pi rintendent of the Iv. A: T., returned last night from a ten tl.iys trip in Texas anel on the branches. We notice Mr. A. E. Whitney, form e-rly of E. L Phippa te Co., is now will Cain Bres., corner coiui aim Usage alitcl. C. A. Wright, of Kansas City, te,ok in the delights 1 mis city iseiuay. lit ate hash at the Jay Gould hotel. C. II. Zoll, of Warrensburg, was in the city yeaterday. He will re-aume hi. geodetie surveys lor the giVeinuie.il l April next. W. 11 McCormick, representing the Excelsior School 1 t-rnilurc company, n. I'uicinuaii. was in the ci.y ye alt relay. II is a live choe)iman and represents :t fir.st class hoUae. Wm A Callahan, an ohl Marion (unity man, pa.-.-ed through the city m .eniay en route to K'.uisaa City, where li poids the o le-mus jtonitioii (l head cleik in the Pacilic hotel. Geo J McCulcheon, late innnage'r t The F.ur, wiii havejedalia Monday tl. i ill i-ccme general agent lor Auilrewa A -., ot t ijiciigt', who carry on a laig.- gnts furnish ng geoela eslahiiJiiueiit tiouil luck to him. .Mi. K. E. Aeiams, of Toleilo, has been in the citv ftr toe pa-t U w days t pe Kc. Hie titb to a tract of 2"ti ae-is of lain! u. tvnieh D. M. Kee n and Ami Bichards wen lisptiiatits Alter much careful le-eare'h iti the mailt r a complete and satialaetoiy ilistraet of lile was s cured, anel Mr. Adams Kit ve-terd-tv for hemic. Holland, s Haul. Officer Iledland Jike-s to do his duty, even at the risk of limb and life. He was naving a quiet chat with Special Uiiietn J anus Ge ssage Friday night, on the- cor nerol JMain anel Oaage streets, wlien a woman came up and asked theirassiatauci at a row Ihe ollii-eis went with the woman to a house run by a Mrs. Lavinia La Be lle, over Laupheimer's. on WeatMain -enet. There they got into trouble, for the two women, Mrs. Fiiiley anil Mrs. I.a Belie, began lighting, wiiich proe-eediiigs ilie ollicers atleiupled to ejuash. Then it was thai Uliievr Iloliand e-aniir near losing his lite, as Mrs. La Belle attempted to drive a big butcher knife into him, and he w.s only aaved by the quick iuteriereiice t Olnevr Geis?age, who caught the arm ol the j niaddetieel Woman, a& she was iu the act eI slabbing iloiiand. Ihe Weme-n wen arrested anel loelgre! in the cooler, ami esierday morning Kecorder Fraker setlleei tneir respective casta. Mrs. La the was noe'ked on ihe eloiible charge ot disturbing the jeace and rs sting an idlicer, but waa let ifli on the former complaint, and fined cdO em the latter. Mrs. Findley sat in the dficket with her eyes eiropping salty seeels of grief. (This is noi original, but she did so all tin same). 41 - hat have you tosa," -uigiih ;isked the recorder o! Mrs. Fiudhy. "i am not guilty," replied the prisoner, but after the testimony was heard ahe, to, was fined Si 0. Down in the cell these two un- j f irtunate women were locked, and when the ! Ua'oo humanitarian looked in on them his "wipe" was brought out ami he wiped his facial ornament. In justice to Ollieer Hoi lauel, it must be stated that he acte-el in a me.st coed and considerate way, under the trying circumstances, and that to Ollieer Goasage he doubtless owes his life. That Owl. The Bazoo is under obligations to Dr. S. C. Mitchcl, of Xexv Palestine, for a dona tion of a tine specimen of a blonde owl. It duly arrived in a box by express, hand some as an elephant ami hungry as a wedf. Of course it is duly caged ami re-sts sweetly in the Bazoo zoological garden. Wedding Bells. A long expected event took place at the Catholic church on Wcdnc-day eveninxf ihe occasion bein-j the wedding of Mr. Herman Klink and Miss Bennett The cerenionv was performed at half past eight by Father Ryan, and the bridal party anel friends adjurned to tiie residence of the bride's sist r, Mrs. Malone, on East 1 hir.l street, wl e e the reception, an elegant affair, was held. The bride was dressed in sky blue satin, with white mull overdress, with cream lace trimmings and flowers She made as handsome a bride as ever ev changed vows at an altar. The happy groom was dresseel in regulation cisiume and presented a fine apjicarance The as sembled guests enjoyed themselves until a late hour, aud all went merry as a mar riage bell. The following is a list of the presents: Beautiful oil painting, from ihe groom. Handsome rocker, Delia Bennett. Center table and bed, Mrs. Klink. S.t line linen napkins, one set line linen towels, two table cloths, Mrs. Malone. Complete set kite. ten furniture, Mrs. Malone. Sft vases, Jos. Klink. Chased eastr, cut glass cruets and set of silver forks. I) I. llolcomb. Set vases, Miss Kate Carter. Set silver tablespoon, Bud Clay. Set silver teaspoons, We-at Chriatie. Set silver table table knives, Mrs Millie Cotly, of ClintoH Silv r butter dish and knife, Geo. Dixon. Pickle castor, cut glass bottles, Jack Mulhern. Cut glas card receiver. Michael Welsh. Silver ca-tor, Geo BIchsel. Cup and saucer, hand-painted china, Mi-s Lulu Klink. Box line imported cigars, Mr. Charles Keck. Five dollar gold piece, Louis Klink. Handsome bouquet, Miss May Kliuk. WHAT M1LO SAYS About His Confirmation to te Postm-ster of Sedalia, and Kindred Matters. Milo Blair, the newly appointed, ns well is continued, postmaster of Sedalia, lei I ;uto the clutches of a Bazoo reporter as In as wending his way up E.isl Alain street vtsterdav aitenioou 1 lit i e was a sort ol j xira-olficial expression n Milos co-iulc .ranee which inelieated the feeling of satis iacliein within, as if l.e were alreaelv aign- ng postal nioiiev ordera iroin tus aj nev order. fieun his apart- .iients of atate en Jiecoml street, ami his iveling towards the reporter was child-like ami hlauel. 'We 11. when are vou going to take charge, Mr. Blair?" "I don't know. Maybe rmt till the first if March. You see, the eh lay ias nearly oroken into another moil :i. or will Ik. fore the bond i- filed ami the matter c!ed up" "Alout the-e bondsmen have you any hjection to the ir iel nlily being known ai prtaein?" 'I have dechh-dlv," said Milo. "I've eu pleiitv jf good nu n, h ever, who uie reaelv to iio on mv bond uiisedicitol, . . - . 1 Kiel 'The bond will" be some twenty-six thou-end dollars, will it nut V" 4 W II, I eion't know just what it will j 'c. It makia. no elilJi reiie- let me :vln-ther it's tiltv iho.iaanr! or one h'uudieii ihoi.a- aud. 4'ui reaeiy lu til! my beud jual the aame " . ou have no ielca who will he your deputy, 1 suppose?" cTo. I haxn'l. Six first-class men have apphtii fir it. Mv ileputy will I.e s. hco'el ' Iroin tht six, anel no matt, r who he i to b . lie- w ill be a good ! nv ot e ei me aix will make a ir-t-elass eleputv. Of t:iir.v 1 know- tin u:j ortaiuv ol having n , ' i . i itttl man r jre. nt me as mv de -putv. :t;Hl ? . 1 . . , 1 kmrn- huff iiiiii'ti h inn an noif i tiue::!, !l . . i.i . iiuwiilin ' ineo:ii "cut or lar.v eh putv ii, I . ... - i woulo tin me IiUi 1 am takit.g no riak on e.t ! . i i i- auv oiieot int iiai ii 11 n a a iim u ;u inua . .j ' . ::ein. 1 ttropoeMioH. vi r.that mv tK.iHlaii:en , , 4 , . .. uail Uu: soiuciiiiiig to s.tv iu the matte r. f.i i ,i. i . f I iiir irjii-r. !v an- :nviivtti s v-il ?. -i . . . . " "i - .1? in. lie. i .Kit ri inn litiir m iiri I M ... ...... I II f I.. I. ,.- po-iouiex than neaaiver run In re helore, hi .- i le iielore. if I an. Wherever I can aie wlore lime : i i . .... iiu i in iu o i in en i nt ii: mane, i iiiteno ij ,. ' make 11. .t,i .j . i, i , i How do people Iiere take vour ap- . . e ' lioiutnie id, ane wav, as far as vou ean ate.' " .11 right all exe-e pi Bitter" ' l'li.it'. ill.. ..If. r ... 1 1 1 I ft I f wo i . ii.-' l i i i i. I l!i ii. I'flL-lli.r r..mi.l i r.ii.ai .lift I If V.., 111. liilillli. Ill ..ll.lll .1 v.tA. At. ii, . i m Ion i woirv me anv. however. Milo se'etns altogether willing to i: l lislied wilh the r. suit of the light ove r the postolliev, as he well may, inasmuch a I ' i u , -, . ,- he is postmaster himse ll lor the next lour I . ,v ... I.-: i . . ii : i vears, d all og Iroin r rnlav last. He is i!e- . :.. i . .I. . ",i : . .i .dTice thoreiugllv well, and will bcii.1 all i his jiersoual energies to that end. Mr. Lamm's Acquittal. Mr. G B Lamm, who was arrested charged with an as-an!:. was ae'ipiiiteel by , . . .... , 1 , ., , , . 1 the Bazoo hopt.-. wul !.p the hue and - ag.-tiut a te-acher, exaggeration, anel so it wa.- proved to be Tne eouri has iuv -iigait d the ease ami the board if educalsem have iuve-tigaii el, and ooiii have exonerated mm Iroin blame. Tliia should be final wilh .1 people aud patrons id' the school. As Thousands Do Testify, So does Thomas ReiberU, Whole-sale Gro cer. Philadelphia, who says: BcitNirrr'. CoCeiAlNi: allays all irritations eif the scalp, and will most efiectually remove daudruif and prevent the hair from falling out I'.UBXKTr.S FLAVORING EX TRACTS. The ftipeiimify -j Ace crtmct consist in their pofcel purity und y cat ieng l, ci..... ....1 1 : i'hev are warrante'd lrecfreun the poisonous oils and acids which enter into the compo sition of manv fictitious fruit llavors. Turner Dramatic Company. This home association gave their long promised cntcrlaiumcKi at the opera house last night to a large ainlience. "Among the Breakers" was given as the principal bill, wilh selected scenes from Macbeth as an afterpiece, in the tiist George K. Tur ner j rlon.te-el a ne-gro character, his mas terpiece, and a letier representation was never seen in this city. Mrs. Turner elic ited great praise as Bess Starbright, and "V. Laugaioti Buchanan wa-e all that those who have seen him act were led to expect. Each and every member of the company, in short, p.-rlenucel his r her part iu a very an jn-rior and satisfactory manner. The Ikjsi parted the bill was the after-pie-cc, c usisting of the selected scenes trom Shakspearc's immortal play. The seventh scene of the first act, ihe first and seceunl sev. es of the St coml act, ami the fourth of the third act the banquet scene were given. Mr. Buchanan allowed line reaeiing eif poet's lines, while his acting was equally as fine. It was Mrs. Tunie-r's first experience in heavy tragedy ; bin neit wilhstui'diug the fact she exhibiteel real talent in her conception of the diilietilt character of the almost maacnliiie wile of ihe thane u Cowelor burntng," as an ohl write r i.tiSs it, "with desire lo be a queen," j and afterwards as the haughtv, but un- nappy, cemsort ol a weal; king. The expressiem of everybody who wit nessed the exhibition ol last night is nt.st favorable te ihe members of the Tur ner Dramatic company, ami a return on their part iu anolln r good entertainment would receive a sure welcome. We have a speedy and positive cure itrr Calarrah, Diphtheria, Canker mouth and Head Ache, inSHlLOll'SCATAKKH REMEDY. A nasal inje-ctor fre-e with each bottle. Use it if you desire health and sweet breath. Price" 50 cts. Sold by ail druggists. l.eiuire risher 1 11 is was ivg.ireimg tiie 1 . - 1 . , , . . 1 11 . . , , , ... id his hand aud ou the bov s heael. lb elilhcuilv at the cratiKliu acituol, au with' ... ... - ., , . ,. ,, . , "...i. . ' jilieinot know it until alter he saw the the h- v l) Dotiuel. I. , . . T -r 1 i . t . 1- yr x , obioel on ihe bov.. I ce. II had t.tugiu 1 hi- vere I id clears Mr. Lamms rcconl . . , . " . t i .1 . .: , , , . . , ! school tor ten vcar. and during that turn on tins iM:nt, and he wa edoied he ihe. . . 1. " 1 1 .1 , 11 1 j 1 i - . ban resorted to corporeal punishment out 10 vu h.ivik mi . . iiouot, w is ami is, emieavoring 10 1:0 nia . .. . .. 1 i 1 . 1. . . , 3 ..." , ahow mat lucre hail h.en no assault ami Iutv. rroin the hist it was gemera.iv ... 1 . .1 . .1 1 f .1 : 1. .1 .,.,.., . a . ballcrv. but that the woutui ot which the beiieved t!e.it the s.irv, aa ll wa told on 1 , ,, 1 1 .1 . .. bov prmcipKlIv compiaiueel was the re.-uli tne streets, lliat he hud struck a pupil f 1 1 . .1 i , : , ... 1 1 ' ot an aevieUnt, the I rolt-saor was di.v eiver Ine Ikmu w ith a heavv iiell, waa greias . 1 1 1 .1 I- IRREGULAR BUSINESS. The Knobnoster Folks Justly In dignant Over a Little Secret Transaction. Three members of the Knohnnter town hoard met "unbt known-i" to the other mcmlfra and appointed Dr. W.J. Work man to act as general vaccinator in chief to the poor, at ten cents per heard. The leader of th movement wa- the brother in law of Workman. A. I) Wilaon. The nei- ! tn e lor the meeting was publishc-ii m the j Iu view on Thursday over the signature ot tiwn-clerk Liltieti-1.1. Wilson, J. II Knauaa and C. B. Litt!eli hl were the three me-mlKrs of ihe hoard who me t ami made the appoinlme nt. the other two ineiiibir-f ': ilh r ami Winkle r, being entirely left out i . the cold. Miller eliel not know the re was le In a meeting and for some reason Winkler was not there, although it seems i that they shoiihl have known that there wa.-lo be a uiie'iiur, in ismueli aa it was the subject of the public notjee mentioned above. At any rate the citi..na of ihe Knobs are irreailv incensed at the acti n of ! the three worthies who eliel meet, aud there is .t. t;'tk o oiitinir them, ami lele-h- ing 'st iii up sta luting. A.-it is they de maiul that the beard rtaign, or reaciml the oreler. Workman has an nnsavorv rputation. J and hi apiMiuTu ent is very obnoxious to the citi.e-u.- of Kimbno.-ter Society Belles. On account of it. reu:rk;bly delicate anel lasting fragramv society Indies ate loud iu (lit ir pra;t - of Moreston Clg:ie The Schooi Board Difllculiy Case Before the Court. r-..r i, ! i . .t ..t 1 .. ... . , - . r ' rr.o.kliu -chool, ., on rrttiav Iat, x.- , . - t . lestiit mi a w; i rant aWoril oltl Ir!oIV J its- ...... , . . II IT 1" i-ie . no , . . h-giil to tiaee In , , , ... . soli ill A i X ) 1 1 a '"v iri tTii Mini i;i i i h e-d et!ittuitted on the (K-r- f .... It .. !.. .. . t . , stii ifi ;u .v i ii ii ,i imiv int'ivo wnn , . . - , , old, and a pupt! ol ai(I sche-ol. 1 if i :h ' tI ' 1 . . waa cal'el i:p v. stenhev H rnoon, ...-ar-. , . , ' - . . - : . ' . l ! '1 II I : i iii- e:e: Use, aiu'd. I Heard, i .!., tor ihe j .... i ..... ....,.... i i... ...... ..... ......... . .. .....ii ' mi' i iiiiiiii, i i- iKiiir? mini- ,i wen 1 ..... cntiti t liihd ttii'i iH'etaiota ami tiie ball wa. ut- i erallv j tuiuied with witiu-a.-e-. summoned i . . -, . , , I lv oolii proi-'iiliftt and ib leii-e . reai I . . . i .i i I liiteii-at waa taken in the proceedings as u . . , , . , ' , . , : it:ttl been reporte-d that the detendaut. M . -. , , . ..... ,, . I i Mflltfl ItMll luCltllfl Mil Kill II llllTtl.M III 41 Ik oiitrage-oiialv cm ! and brutal manner. -nthing was bnuiht out, however, in the ' f " ' . ... . . ' evidence wnieh tended to criminate M.. i ... .. . . i amm, tne wiiue -.es all staling mat tiie ; wotird on t )I)one irs head, which caused ." his p.ofuse bleeeling, was accielentally in i uieie : ov uie laiiiuj: ot ine scneiot oeii, , , , 7 , , , , , ! which was in the rrolesaors hand when he . . . . , ,. ; approached the bvs who were wrestling, Hide : bv the I iiuc ol the school bell. r!"1 V'1"!11 11 wsl" ,IIS 1J'" The Professor was put on the ataml him self, and admitted the fact that he had hurt the bov, but that il had not iecu iu lioiial ; that he saw the boys wn-tling and ehireil lei break them of the habit, and for that reason apj ro ichcel them .n I st-p- r it d .i ... eei ti : .1.: . .. . t ..11 .- it . .. iio in. nut ooiii" tins ine ocii ten on iwict, but that he thought it neecssarv ti . . - . . , - . ev. r thing le ixled to Renew Your Lease. There art times in evcrv oms life when leiicrgv fails anel a tniaerable let ling come s over litem, mistaken lor laziness Hangci lurks in the-ae aymptoiiia, as mey arise Iron, eiiacasctl oigaiia. Parker's Ginger Tonie will re-store perfect activity to the atoiuaeh. liver and kidneys, purify the blood, aim renew your lease of health and comfort. Aelvocate, A Pleasant Party. There was a happy gathering at the residence of Mrs. Weiler, Tttir l street, on Friday. Karly in the evening the gue sis he-gun to arrive and make merrv. Bv j nine o'clock the p triors were tided to re l..t . . 1 . 1 . . f i . .1 pletiou, and the vedaries of Terpsichore look possession of the Hour, under the Ve r e tlicient master of cercinouies, Cieorge Langdon, of Lawrence, Kansas. Tin dance was pleasantly int rsjersed with comic games ami music, both instrumental ami vocal. As a perfornu r em the piano, Mrs. Langdon carrie-d ofi'tln honors, while as a vocal iat. Miss Carrie Weiler wore the crown. Refreshments were served about eleven o'clock. At each plate was a hanel some bouquet of natural lbi ers, ami a highly scented favor, designed by the lair veiling hosii-ss. Among those present were : Mrs. Tal bot, Mrs. C. Hadden, Mrs De nt and daughter, Mr. McDoiighal and wife. Mr. (. Langdon aud wife, eif Lawrence, Kas.. Mr. Leonard and wife, of St. Leuiis, Mis. MeCue-n; Measra. Smith, McCutchen, Reeves, Barrett and Messerly. Over 200.000 Ileiwe Scalers have lccn sold. end for catalogue to Borden, Sel leck ii Co., General Agents. St. Louis, Mo. Good Old Ham. Friday night the establishment of Shobe & Wairen on Sccemd street was broken in let by one or more persotia whoellecttd an entrance by prying open the back door, having firal lire-ken iu the wimlow. Tin prope rty stobn consists of fifteen or twenty hams. ..The police sin-cie led in Hiding two hams, supposiei to lu long to the i; at--l n near the gas works iu a car. Klias iien ilrix, a color- 1 man, wis arrestee! on sus picieui by Oliiccra I'e Long and Jlollid.iy. and locketl up iu tin city jail lie w.e subsi qiieiitly released but was re-arreted ly Gllieer De Long, who al.-o tooK in I G orge Washington, also e-olored, who i ".t.- I ---.. T aiispe'e'ieu oi comp.icwy in ineerime. it i understood that e-vielence has Ue-n diacov-ere-d by the police which will stud the two meike-s over the road. "I've lived ami biveil' said an un happy old maid. "When I was young, Dr. Bauson's Skin Curt, lor tette r, eczama, aud pimples on the face, was not lo le bnughl As I had a rough skin, I ke-pt out ol company aud am now an old maid. r j in in ii Tit 1 1 in 1 -v A LITTLE TROUBLE. Two Newspaper Men Have Scrap at the Garrison House Some time ago there appeared in this city a newspaper man anel printer named James Ma rey, hailing from Tipton. While here Marcy so conducted himself that his name appeared in the corrigent columns ot the lVe em several occasions, at which he became much incensed, nuking Charlie Baruetl, who was doing local upon the pape r at the time, the aele object of his e'ouelemnation. After leaving Sedalia Marcy wrote a most scathing and personal artiele iu the Tipton Tinus, in which h haneiled Barnett without gloves. At the Chat lie became incensed in turn, as all who saw the article considered that he had a perl ct right to he, and he vowed that the first time that he ran across Marcy he wei i!d make il interesting tor him. Tons ihe matter stooel until yesterday fortuoem, about half past ten o'clock, when ll.ik net i enconnte reil Marcy on the cme r ! Main anel ()s: gi streets. Marcy imme eliaie ly had business at the Garrison hoU-e to which locality Charlie lolhiwe-d, and waiieel tor Marcy on the platform. I'pon the appearance of that gentleman, Mr. B irn? it asked him if be had wriin n th arlile referreel to. Marcy denieel having eloiie s, but Charlie was a well satistie-ei that tt con hi only have origina.eel from Mare baud, that he conciuebd to Kt lly his right duke on general priueipU . IK srrni'fc M.iry a right blow, but suriieiei:tiy strong to semi him t gass. lie a re -.. ! pickn! up hia hat and bundle, claimin: ihat he had he en sick and wa.- unahle In K-cp u the battle, ani started off alter peute-t oine-er. ne rtt:irne. However, in plenty of time t boarel the ca-t-Unnul train, his intention being to pr e'eetl te Ofierviltt it is nisei rstood that he ap plieii to two poitee e tti ers ami eletnaudni Iw am-t of Barnett, but th.se guarelian at ft t ofthejHaee pn pe-rly in ormetl him that ine-y rottm io noiiitng wtinoMi a war rani. Marcy failing to procure this all-jnw- rfiil thieiimenl, Mr. Burnett reinaiueel unarressteei. Facts worth Remembering:. Mot eminen: phystci.ni give te-st imony lhai tin be.. a. ileal an I mildest ivmedy for alt forms of hlootl-poiaoning, whether mheritiel rr coutracted, is Aekerrs Iiiooei Klixtr, which gives tone and vitality to the svateni, thro.ving edi'all evil- remov ing pimpies. scrofula, rheumatism, etc. .Sued bv Barel & Miller. HAPPY HOLDEN. Speculative Property Owners' Intrigues to Have the Post office Removed. A Bogus Plat of the City Forward ed to Washington, to Further Their Purpose. . IIoi.de.n-, Mo., Jan. 23, 1S52. Quite a cua-me-iion was raised in our ibrdty city by a letter to our postmaster thai ifte department had no ohjtction te .i.e removal ot the poatdiiee to the Daniels oittbling in case it suited a tu ijortty eif tiie p.itren. and added no additional t xpeiise t. the elcp trtuie-ul As a matter of ci-uisc t e ceimmunie-alion alie-w el a very large "niggah" iu the wood pile, ami limse who te. ere a.-ie p us far a the cemapiracy w.t eei ce t in d, intuit diatciy awe ke i the ieIzing sense that a few pro em hedder. w ho were unfortunate enough to invest in oiiildings m the far eaalein bnsiiuss ex tremitica ol onr city, hael cejucocti d a plan "leaiiicr their iks ' bv removing the poa. edfie-e into one ed the ir biiihiings, ami iniin etiale lv aujoiuing the ethtr. J o ac complish this moat "liotildy" scheme a plat of our city w ta forvvareled ti Wash ington, commencing the future great rail-P-ad city at the ceinier of the Batk ol Iio den and extending its east rn limit te I'oiitur tV .smith's ilotiring mill, leaving entirely out the blocks West of the bank, which represe tits thre-e of our largest gro-e-erv atorea namely : Kennedy Breia., Cooper & Groves, IL. D. Carpentlr. Taylor eV B Itcs, hardware. ; W II. ii Ira "B ites, -arming implements and wagons ami gents of Si gr aud JLLnve sewing ma chine companies; reataurants, harness shops, e tc., aud the two bb cks taken in each contain nothing but Cemiu r& Smith's ll .uring millaoel the Herman house. Whv iuh a deceptive plat should be sent to Washington by bondsmen of the post maate r without cotiauiting McClure and John Gitiaon, the other bondsmen, can n'v be accounted for bv concluding that the applicants expected to get the edliee iemted before the good citizens of llolden knew anything about it The silent, ttusophiaticated and mot ex 'raordiuarily innocent mover, who signed n i ettrs, was expecting to donate twenty Ket of a store for the use ol the postofiice. We, u big apples and company, do not cotishh-r tiie poat tdliee intemleel to meiw arottnd from one portiem eif our great city to the tter, for the sole purpose of raising rents to b. netii a few to the disadvantage of the many, conseepueiitly a plat will be sent on to Washington showing llolden in ill her grandeur, without one third of her large elimeutions left oft. How, oh how con Id two citizens of llolden who have tK'e-n fed from the timst luxuriant stalls of our city govt rnnn nt, send oti' such a di minutive map of their adeipted home, is a mystery that can only be fathomed after Gabriel blows h:s horn. 1 will furnish you in my next the results of the cohlltct. -iiKAU CoKrUKAL." Valuable Suggestions to Mothers. Dkak Mi:. Emtok : Long experience in eaiv of children, and great sui'cess in bringing l hem safelv through sickness. gives con fub nee to assure that croup, whooping cugh, bronchitis, diphtheria, and all throat ami chest ailectioiis will be spe-elily re lieveil anel cured by using Dr. Acker's English remedy, which is exceed ingly pal liable, and may be safely given to ihe youngest infant- Adults will find it the beat and most potent known specific forcotiauiiiptiou, asthma, etc., and a single trial will prove this true. An Old Nuksk. Te sust iin above, trial bottles may be bail for ten cents from Herd & Miller. Ki-gular i:zes, fifty cents and $1. WE HAVE THE BEST White shirt in America, THE MONARCH. Bound bnom, re-enforced. Wamaeitfc muslin. Three ply bosom. Iaun.lried, SG.00 per half dozen. TJo launelried, 00 cr half dozen, or 99 Cents Each. Full line of Collars and Cufla. 99c. Store! 227 OHIO STREET, (ext door to Su-hers.') FLEA BITES. P ;,ii- "l?v COMK LET l ALL SCRATCH. Why may a lover's embrace be Hkeneey unto a tree. Exchange. Dun no; unless it is when it is merged into a sigh-press "Marriage," said an unfortunate hus band, 'is the grave-vard of love." MYes,w 'said his Wile,, 'and you men are the grave d iggera An Illinois girl found that she must either give up her lover or her gum, and after one day spent in reflection she pressed his hand good -by and said sh would always bo a sister to him. When a boy peels the skin ofF his nose, the first thing he does is to get up and yell Kxchang-. "When a girl tumbles and gets hurt the first thing she does is to get up and look at her dress uChe,te it," said the rat to the Irap. 4I will," said the trap, 'and with baited breath I await yourci'ining. ' ' A 1 1 tght,',, said the rat; "and I'll wire vou the re suit." Rents are going up so fast that little boys, when they slip down now, rent i heir garments he ween their shoulders instead of at the old place. Exchange. Perhaps so; but mothers in Sedalia will continue to patch in the same old place nolwiihstaudin! 'a The loafer can never be reduced tc his last loaf, and made to work, while frefc lunches abound. Exchange. No ; nor become a "hewer of wood and u drawer of water" while "hand outs" ar gratuitously given. "A fellow feeling makes us wondrou kind." Exchange. But not when the fellow is feeling for your pockeibook. No matter how rich a young man may be, he always' pri fers mending his sti-penders with cord to purchasing a new pair Exchange. It is predicted that ice will be high next summer. Exchange. Shouldn't wonder; what with high priced coal in cold weather and costly ice in warm, life is hardly worth living un less one can be a dealer in one or both of these necessities. A young lady who was squeezed be tween two freight cars declared it felt just like trying on a pair of new corsets She must have been used to luscious squeezing from something more than cor sets. "Mary had a vaccine scab Upon her snow-white arm, She warned her beau to this effect For fear he'd do it harm. "But when they came to part that nigh She gave a mighty grab, Anel whispered: 'Hug me awful tight Anel never mind the scab.' " As a reader and patron of the St. Louis Republican we demand to know what that paper means to insinuate this morning when it says that Sarah Bern hardt has no use for a man silling on her doorstep at night. St. Louis Post Dis patch. Because his presence would be mors congenial elsewhere. Good Intelligence. The valuable preparations of the cel ebrated Dr. Acker, so favorably known throughout Europe, have lately been in terlaced among our people. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia tablets will be haileil with joy by all who are eii-tresseei with elisorders of the stomach anel liver, for which they are a sure preventive and cure. They are very pleasane, and sold in elegant boxes at t.veiitv-fivc aud wfitty ceuts, bv Bard & Miller. " Lost. Between D A. Clarke's aud John G. Allen's, a gold w itch chain with charm. A suitable reward will be paid for the return of same to T. T. Cllfford. 1-lldtf