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SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 1 882. DUMBER HS. V 1 IT 14 ! LACE GOODS. Lace collars from 25c to $3. Lace handkerchiefs from 50c to $12. . Lace scarfs from 50c to $10. i . Rftfl POVft from $10 tO UVU VUVVi Jliuiii fiv $20. Gimps, fringe 7 nn buttons to match new dress goods. An elegant line ladies' and children's hosa, in cotton, thread aod silk. J.M.Clute&Co. UNDERTAKER. 1" I CASKETS, JIETALIIC CASES Md BURIAL ROBES. NIGHT OFFICE, Orders by mail and telegraph promptly alUndtdf a Jjargeal StocJ: oj Furniture hi the City. He. 116 West Second St., 2-15d&wly. SKDAI.IA.MO. DR. W. U. CARTER, Surgeon Dentist, .Successor to Dr. L. O. Ellis.) All work done in a scientific manner. 3atisfao i Hon guaranteed. 1-lGdly. - DR. J. P. GRAY, ounnrAM r.rMTjnT OUnuLUl UL N O , wuiiwuvm bri.ii i i, r.-r-r -r - ouri. iUAii iu jj umu ore. Over Marean7s Store. HE PEN CITY IRON YAM S. B. COIIEX, Proprietor, j Wholesale and retail dealer in RACS, BONES, OLD IRON, And all kinds of Metals. SSOrders hv mail proniptlv attended f o. Iron Yard, 405 West Main St. " 1-Wdly. I. J. BISHOP desires to inform the citizens of Sedalia i and surrounding country that he has 1 located at Q. C. Slack's dni store, corner of Third and Ohio streets, where he is pre-1 pared to do all kinds of work in the watch. ' lock and jewelry line, in a workmanlike manner, giving satisfaction to all. Give . him a call. 2-17dlm. SIX REASONS ! Why vou should use dtm oil. fKent at the. Ciein r)rii- torr spnrmd l.mr u-pct f tit ..th wio if 1 31 am.) It is non-explosive. Its cleanness. It will not smoke the chimneys. It will not gum the wick. It will give a bright light. It will save vour eves T. J. FLETCHER, Prop. NEW GROCERY. One of those things we cannot help in this life is to eat, so the best thing is to find out where to get what we eat at the lowest prices. M. E. WHITE, Has opened a new grocery house with new goods, at new prices, where he wants every man, woman and child to call on him and get acquainted, whether they want to buy or not. You will be treated" as christians and dealt with honorablv. Come and see my stock. Second street Osage and Ohio. DR. JACOB B. JONES. OFFICE AKD RESIDENCE, Fourth gtreet, between Ohio and Lamine streets, (opposite court house square.) SEDALIA, MO. TSX.KPXOXE. l-32dGm. T mm f i Not Preshaw's Lobs. Mr. John T. Preshaw, cashier of the Missouri Pacific railway company at Deu ison, writes to a friend in this city as fol lows : 4I notice the Bazoo is extending me its sympathy for the loss of the $1,000 stolen t i vi a t xf uroolrc n crr Tint 1 tli in lr tlm Bazoo man a little premature in the mat - ter. My record is perfectly clear, and I can see no wav that I can be held resuon- sibie for the loss. The train that should have left here at at 2:.0 p. m., and on' wmcn the money was to go, mil noi arrive 1 I 1 1-1 arrive from the south until 10:00 p. in., an i i n." 1 . . ... .i med the packages over man, who sellsVickeLs b o clock came I tu to the regular night I UIJ llilIIWil. au lilt lotion in infill. lit t00k. t3e Packae t0 the .tickPl mfe ;iml. l)Ut lt In tief;afe to await the arrival ol itl Iwt wl 1 1 1 flirk jfei It it 1 the train, just as has alwavs been done in 'theiai. When the train'arrived he turn- I ed the money over to Marks to take to the 'express car; and, instead of delivering it to the mpssrnctr. lie forced the inessen- o j - Trip I ger's receipt to the bok and decamped LI lU vjih the money." This will undoubtedly relieve Mr. Preshaw of all responsibility in the mat p( ter, and his many friends in Sedalia are C only too happy to congratulate him. Send for circular of new style oi Hop per Scale with Leveling attachment. Jor- D. A. CLAHKE. CAHPETS Largest Stock, Lowest Prices, Newest Patterns. ; "Workmanship the best United States. in Ih e Bordering Fine Carpets A SPECIALTY j CORNICES, LACE CURTAINS,!?; Poles and Kings, Cretonnes, Fringes, Rugs, Mats, Etc. riTEAPtfST TXT TIT I? fTTV VU.Uail4UJ. XJLLU Villi A I IVI n C A CU A nrC Ir- c-lj- Omleeslups, a leading importer " from Milwaukee, and Shaw and Mc W I IN U U W OHAU LVi,of Baltimore, has stated that nothing has.Ciirty, of Burlington, Striking mould All Colors and 1'atterns, and they Can't Tear Off the Roller." I can save you from 10c to 20c per vard on CAEPETS, 9 J Third St., Sedalia. East, of Sichers.' Markets. As furnished specially for the Bazoo bvD. Frmci! comuiiion merch-mi 05 it. rrincis,comijiis.sion mcrcnant, -uo and 200 Chamber of Commerce. St. Louis, March 4, o p. m. Wheat, Cash, St. Louis.... 1 215 1 24 Feb. it March Mav. 2-1 10.1 oil Corn, Cash, " Feb., " larch, " May, Oats, C:ish, " Feb., " March, It u ( ( (( (( bo 4Z bid 4::.! " 44' Chicago May Corn. 63.1 52 87A I 11 pril Pork 10 u Lard 10 tt Market quiet and steady. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. New Yoiik, March 4, 11 a. m. STOCKS The stock market oiK?ned iu the main 0 I per cent lower, the latter i 4 in Norfolk & 4tern preferred, while Ki-hmond & Danville opened at $i tV) bid against SI (2 yesterday. In early dealings , ' 1111 HAM illl . t iiiu mill net 7imh iiitti j tvl?-2 l"-1 ten i., Denver x luo vramie, J.ouisvnie iV .Nasii- ; ville. Hannibal fc Jst. .Job nrelerrt'n nm! I.ICIITIICW itll.I r0,.,i,;c c nu.riatM in;rr n,net : Lspicuous in the decline. Subsequently ' priqes recovered (3)1 per cent., Louisville Nashville and Denver & Rio Grande ; MONEY MARKET. New York, March 1. j MONEY ( per cent. ; prime mercan- 1 tile paper, 56. XA IX OlL; CtlX yl I w m r m w -w - w . m m m - EXCHANGE Stead v. GOVERNMENTS Unchanged. STATES Firm. RAILROADS iloderately active and generally lower. ' (tOLD Exports to-day, SI ,700,000. STOCKS After 11 o'clock were more ; active, but prices declined l(ri;2-per cent., iJenvercN: Kio Grande, Louisville & Nash vill, Mem pi is & Charleston and Colorado Coal being most prominent. At noon are- New York, March 4. STOCKS Chicago & Alton, .30; Can ada Southern, 4S; Cleveland & Colum bus, 78; Delaware, Lackawanna & West ern, 23 ; Kansas & Texas, 31 ; Western Union, 79 j;. around overy 01 per cent, took place, the between latter in Denver & Rio Grande, bs, 2-19dlm. extended, 1 00$; os, 102; 4is, 1 l:; 4s, .1 IS. BIG LOSS I AvI'UH H K If JJUll. Our customers lost big bar- ! gains last Week, Oil aCCOUIlt Of j fp-apla-ir MnQPdhvthPfitnrm e delay, Caused Dy tne SlOrm, i in receiving new goods. They r xr Tm , I.H.IIIT ' i , , - ' somrioTT QTrom -r--n crnn nnr . PntirP force worked hard and a-mi i AWi v.. uiu v. Murv.u -3 J checking them, to have them ' . . , ready tor the trade Monday morninff We nOW claim a ' tT s hne Ol dreSS gOOdS, CallCOeS gmgnams, LaDie imenb, em- broideries, laces and notions second to none in the city. Call and examine. EED STORE. 207 OHIO STREET. P. S. Ladies trying our custom male shoes will wear no other. Crittenden's Call. Washington. D. C March A. CJov. vruieiHieii, u -uis-oun, ni" n 1 ... A f I . T I... 1 . ... tue secretary ol war to increase me rations alreadv ordered for sufferers bv the floods. ; T lie misery is worse than was represented. ! Smoke Peter Kuhn's Resolution. j Fire at Toledo. ! Toledo. O.. -March -L At 1 o c lock this morning a lire broke out in the Lhamber of Commerce building, occupied by Second National and Commercial Nation LUC tCftlili L 1UU11 itiwuum vwniimui al banks, land ami insurance ollices, etc. he fire originated m the mansard rool rom a cieiecuve nue. wamage, prooaoiv 1 XI . 1 I I.I ,.?2,K)0, which w:ls covered by insurance The premises mentioned sustained no dam I hup from tW but were flooded with water. land abandoned for a short time. The ofiices of the telegraph company were re - occupied at noon, and by to-night order will be entirely restorel, and business moving as usual. fPUn Binoeo TtTnr.'! Rpct. "Prion rl lone ins uvsnepsia, inuiesuon, xc, so 1 much good as that most wonderlul of all Iron Bitters. Just think of it: at a supper the other night, although a chronic dys- ' peptic, hesays he at at 12 o'clock fried oys- ters.chicken salad ami ice cryanifaltcr which taking a do?e ol Iron Bitters, he never spenta more plensant night, with no dys- peptic symptoms in the morning. -.Smoke Peter Iuhns Kesolution. STILL AHEAD. Kf Ytt ic it. thfl.t t.np npsr. " . , people m the county buy stoves oi momas a naaaen y The reason is sim"Dle. Thev -C icctauii 10 oiiiiic J-o,y Viottp Ip.rorA a.ssnrf.rnfiTit. n.nrl nave a large asui uuienu auu .11 ctu uuuuum pnoca. vv c will wry TjO piease yuu. uome and see us. 1 THOMAS & HADDEN. 10-1 6s2m. 119 Second Strfet. -Smoke Peter Kuhn's Resolution. , iii- 1 i Two second nana pianos, good as new, J will not be in stock at the prices wanted over a week. Come early at 210 Ohio ; j street, Sedalia, Mo. 1 j Britfham Young's Son j The late Joseph A Young, of Utah. Brigham's most talented son, is de- j sp.rihed hv a trnntleman who has nassed : -j O " 1 . : half his lite m Utah, as a man ol no-" J ble presence and brilliant talents. "I ,. ihave, said he, "heard nun preach with an eloquence that drew tears . 1 T - -r, rom the eyes of his lormon listeners. In the pulpit he was the embodiment : of dinitv, grace and intellectual llOWPr Then, alter the audience had j 0i r i,.ltrn iM1,,n u:m to l,lJlfPu : X . ...... o . . . A , , , , and maKe snort oi uciuueu creatures who had been listening to him. To; me he made no secret of the fact that be was an infidei of the most proounc. j ied type. He took me into the li-: ; brary once and pointed out the ele- j gautiy bound of volumes Hume, Vol- i taire, Paine, Volney aud other distin- : ; rUished writers of that school. He KnlliT'Ofl in im oviitiiifT rolimnn n tnt'nfl in iri oviitiiirr rolffrinii T irenroached him for continuing such , (deception, and ursed him to so forth into tne Avorid and win tne nooie s r hrM, wiih a smii the i,.,m ,.n i. f ba i,mk.,i name human race love to be humbugged. Boss Potatoes at West's A gentleman and his wife can find a j . with board, on verv cheer! 111 lronl room Lamine street, one door south of the Pres byterian church, between ruth and Sixth streets. 0-.MIOI Wood and Coal, Galbreath & Rosse. Order by telephone Corner of Main and Mill streets". 1-I3d2m BY TELEGRAPH Charged with Fraud. i Keokuk. Ia., March 4. William j Sturgiss, of Chicago, a prominent gram ujjemiur, whs iirresieu ucie jaaL night, on a charge of defrauding trancis L. Kennett & Co., of Chica- go, out of 50.800 worth of gram v that w:is srnrpil ni InnlrnL-,: rrmin oIa ' . o.. . -i vntnr wIipti Ktiirri tvna ir nrnnrtP.tnr. . - ? " r 1 lllIViC l III. IK) I IMS Ul ItlU. Bail was fixed at 840,000, which was i o "iriiteiiwi uLuiiceanu OLiugi re - lease(1 wltnout going to jail. IhlS IS a renewal ot the fight which began last June and frew out of the disaih pearance ot a quantity ol nmi which was supnos nosed to be in the Jveo )uk elevator, and in which Kennett cv kju. iuu OLuriiis.s vtM e; coiRtui iu:u. Home criminal prosecution was com menced in Iowa last veur. Killed by Carelessness. Syracurc, N. Y , March 4. A passenger end freight train on the Syr-: aeuse, Chenango cc Nov York mil-1 road collided last night near Earlville. George Collins, engineer; John Sulli van, fireman of 'the north bound train, John Blumenkner, fireman of the south bound train, were all killed. tr ISyrou V00U, a :i"rasrein:tn. was in- jured severely. The accident was caused by the misinterpretation of or ders. Killed by the Falling of Earth . Ishneminir. Mich.. March 4. Au : accident occurred at Lowthian Mine, nct ulrrlif wliinli maul tori In tbo L-ilL mg of Henry Oarlson and Teter John- son. and severely injuring Thomas Williams and Collins Maginus. The latter will not recover. The accident , ... a. s ...n5 (Hiiiapr hv thn n ino- aw.iv nf ! about twelve tons of ground from a Hanging wail aoove tnem, tne neiguc of twenty feet, crushing the first in a , horrible mauner. Drowned While Drunk. Fort Madison, Ta., March 4. Three men, reter antz, claiming to oe ers, came to this city this morning, .i : ..ii i. : uder kifF the influence of liquor, stole a and attempted to cross to au island. The two last named were drowned, ftnd tj first rescued hv c , ; S0Iue IlSliermen. , They Had Planned Another Rob- bery. Yas ",dlcted by .SMIas :i made in ac-, Chandler and Farrell. of Iowa. who,,iVliil IAiT X iifUJ AiNU ItAij W AttJSttUUOlS i t i. last weeK captured wens una roi ns, i:mir: iv, ,1. muw. i,vo cof , tt . r-,.. t?,..i. T 1 Iill7l they learn,from reinarKs made by the .1 .,J . . . pris0Iiere 0n their wav home, that itr ; ffas their intention to rob the bank: at Foxlake and other Wisconsin towns. Killed by a Boiler Explosion. J Indianapolis, Ind., March 4. At, Stone station, four miles north of Winchester, a boiler in AVesler & ' -r , .n , , , , B:mi?5 sa,w.,;ni11 exploded yesterday , morning, Killing nve men and wound- !inf two others, lhe bodies ot the- killed were horribly mawrled. The boiler was divided into a dozen pieces ' 1 sees, and scattered m every direction Lawyer in Quay. t- 1 n -r 1 4 -r 1 -r- -cation, ia., .uaicn 4. josnua 1. t Surfas3, a lawyer and prominent poli- i tician. was arrested tins morning,- charged with Having unlawfully pro-1 n-,.nA fli r, cured the i Hie last presi rote ot a colored man in ' isidential election. The nr-1 rest causes much excitement m po-' "ticai circles. A4.-T-J T A 1, ULU-ttl auuoo. Tuscon, March 4. Reports from; Sonora state that the town of Macori I containing several hundred inhabit-i an is, was attacked by Apaches. Three were killed on each side. The courier who left for assistance heard heavy firing shortly after leaving. . f ,r , 4 . eona, -mrcn uuty em- v v , ' "o"r switcneo tne pay car on to a side . -d i,,!r-te-1 , " , 'til two months wages had paid them. I On the guarantee of the division (superintendent, however, that wages abrmll Ka rtnirl n Afinsl 4-1... avowed tue car to proceed. The Wabash Withdraws. Chicago, Ills., March 4. The Wabash company has issued circulars announcing its withdrawal from the commission agreement, concerning the payment of commission to ticket agents. THE HATCH FLEXIBLE. Sewed Shoe WILL NOT RIP. i Has as Flexible a Bottom as a Hand Sewed Shoe. in inuestruetable loe without tlie ' V-UJL w U.VCCOU Ot Ul, I UlVtl Increases Ware 100 Per Cent. ' . Are more comfortalile to the foot and cost no more than the same quality of l regular machine sewed shoes.. ama 77, Alf d- a p - j j a For Salk Only By 221 Ohio St., Sedalia, Mo. He Will Hang. Nashville, Tenn., March 4. W. j V. Kbea was sentenced to be hanged Pulaski, Friday, April kJl, by the supreme court In a Starving- Condition. Xew Orleans. March 4. Cant. Sinuott, who is engaged in the tted river tradt has just returned from a trip, and says he found reat distress everywhere, and there is no telling what damage mav vet result. Peo-. pie were undergoing terrible hardships, : manv ot tliem beinj' emigrants who had ttled in the productive low laiuU along ! the river, had onlv made one or two piaces n fu running order when the water came and swept their crops and j. everything eke away. Those who could il 80 ran their stock up to the hills but j IMIISI . erie of starvation. lie helped them 1 uu ne could, and thinks it the tlutv of the I .government and an citizens to assist the To Be Hanged. Pittsburg, March 4. Jno. Abernathv. wi,0 si,ot ami killed AVm. Leslie in a Ifa- ' mom! alley saloon on the fifth of last - - Utile Wl t.Vtl.11 L 1 11 l' Wt7 IhllllCU il V'U VlllUl Hovt. Weather Report. Corrected daily for the Bazoo by C. G. aylr Ilorologist and Optician, No. 0 i nio street, iortne twenty-iour nours enu ing at i o'clock p.m., March 4, 18S2. "IME. THKK. BAR. WIND. WKATHKK. 5 a.m. (I-")" 2S?J0 s cloudy J D.m. 7o 2S:8:5 s hazv p.m. (50 28:82 xv clear Kxtremes 57 and T)" . mm N. E. AUGUST MEIER, (For four years in the employ of D. A. Clarke.) F h O HYS ITT PlB fit I M M. mM A M U Mk A k A LJ lJ LJ w mJ ---- MANUFACTURER OF Parlor Sets, Bed Lounges, Patent Rockers, Mattresses, Etc. My material being purchased for cash, and as I do my own manufacturing, I CnaoieU to UO better work and soil chpnnpr done. All work warranted. Orders hv mail promptlv at undersold. Factory over D. A. Clarke's carpet store, on Thi . . r-r l-16d&wlv. WHAT We Want the People Now Liv ing in Sedalia to Know. That -good bread land that we are i50onviiie patent nour , wmcn lor qnaii- . , X , . A 4-TT m hn krkd-f in iv 10 uuu uuob uu.au 10 IW fi fixneBt none, (rive it. a trial is al that.we ask and you will call agaii E. L. PHIPPS & CO CORNER FOURTH AND OHIO STEEETS. The Chinese Must Go. San Francisco, 3Iarch C- A Rea new dispatch says Gov. John H.. Kinkard, of Nevada, issued ro-uighs a proclamation in which he expree? earnest hope that all citizens in thu's state will unite with those in California and Oregon in giving to-morrow fuU expression to their views upon ihe subject of Chinese immigration. aat will time upon coniiress the imrori- . X C i ance of speedy and favornble actiu of the bill now before that body. He concludes by saying, "The practka: unanimity of views upon lhe quetioia at the last elect ion in Nevada jii$a fies us in expecting a prompt ait.i ei& thusiastic response to the 01x11" A Serious Fire. Toledo, O., March 4. A didoaa. I fire is raging here. The Westeric j I'n ion telegraph (fiice is destroys af ! the particulars cannot he telegraphed I RHEUMATISM, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of the Che Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches No Preparation on earth fraiis aVr Jac .vw ui 3 a safe, sure, shtrpte and cheap Exr-rsr5 ' Kfineily A trial entails but th compraw:; Irifiing outlay ot" 50 Cents, and every on? jufiVrir.c. with pain can hare choap aud jusitiv proof at tit claims. Directions in Eleven Laac;uaf. 10LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS ASD DEALERS I2i MEDICINE. A. VOGELER & CO., Rttftfmorr. JfJ. V. f. JL ) mam S. N. LEWIS, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in RAGS, SCRAP IROH AND ALL KINDS OF METALS, Cor. St Louis anil WasMnfftos Am North of the Missouri Taciiic 11. R. Correspondence Respectfully Solicits,. mhfl ertftH Tth Pifw w.w mJf ft A M A A fc. K urn WTTm A lift I i I I WMtm m m a 3 than nnv nthpr must "Rprinirlno- TxrrtJ- . T 1 . w,........ ..-.v- v otner nouse ttended to. 1 will not km rd street. -"CrO-TJSO? MEIER, is the staff of life sole agents for the rnoHniTi mauu iu uuu uuauu I a.