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THE im mm - m r r- m t ui v m r : -m m a c m - - 1 " i " : I ------- REM-TAJSTTS ! B EMNANTS A ooing to sedalia. (MOTHERS! FATHERS! Grand Clearing Up This Week ! Arrest of a Supposed Burglar by Kansas City Officers Yesterday. IN- EVERY DEPARTMENT The entire stock overhauled and stacks of desirable goods selected for our semiannual REMNANT SALE. Save your money. Speaking of a prisoner whom Officer Long brought down from Kansas Citr Is 111 i . De :ist CASH HOUSE, SQUARE- Dealing, one price. CHINNING THE STAR. A Bazoo Reporter's Pleasant Chat With Miss Florence Herbert. Buy no clothing for yourselves until you see our night and lodged in jail, vesterday morn- j : ?c tc ,. 1;.. . ' jug iiuici, ui mai cuy, says: , "A man giving his name as Charles Sulli- vnn un nrr-Actvi .-t-tf1r ..limit .sl..l i . . . 1 by Officer Moran and Detective Hunt, as I bU T LKIOH OU ALIT Y. J being the man Charles Nelson who is " j wanted m Sedalia for robbery. He is supposed to be one of the three nion wlm v,i , . , . , . . " - wear. etc. iaiioriur 10 n lease. .ay niffiit lasL ontereil t lie grocery :mlee' .salisfat.tion. Large :iio, e kahrs, Sedalia, well maske, ; fwrci gI1 anil domestic clot hs to se on Tuesd of George New clothing, hats, caps, shirts, neck wear, etc. Tailoring to nlease. and p nar- issortuient of lect from. Charley Koock is well known as a Cut- -wv 1 .1 i uress goods, all lengtn.s ami styles, ; was seen about the streets silks, velvets, satins, plain and brocaded j wearing a watch and chain, but at the ex cotton fringe, Hamburg edgings, calicos, j animation yesterday nothing whatever was ginghams, table linens and towels. All j discovered upon his person of a suspicious the odds and ends must go. ; character. The watch and chain being . t . . ........ o gone leans 10 me ueiiel tnat thev are now within the strong box of Uncle Ileiden heimer, otherwise pawned, Nelson's ac- , j 2 and at the noint of revolvers cmntie1hd ,i, . . I , f : v iianev ivoock is wen Known as a mi- ' 1 XTl T lAV- Watfh "rr1 ! noir proprietor, and proposes to cliain valued at io and S200 in cash. Ho ..i '. u ...i. .. ... - 1 1 . styles, J was seen about the streets the dav IWnr, J" ,eave ulL,r meas,,re :lL D.T.CHANEY&CO.'SJ" ' Ol TAILORS, CLOTHIEES AND I road. She has never disappointed an au diance but in one citv, and that1 was at Hannibal, in this state. She was booked thereon two different occasions, and on eaeu was taken sick and compelled to can cel th engagements. As an emotional artist, Miss Herbert certainly has few quals,although in lighter parts she is fully as effective. Her stvle of acting is not i T v.j.ua lurrxs, wuom lUISS one J-iOVeS tH8 Queen City and Herbert considers the most superb emo- is Favorablv Impressed S 1 dm??tllG has yet produced. wx avuiauiy liupresseu Shesavs it Miss Mnrrla l..wl tlin. r Wlthit8 Citizens. I Fanny Davenport, her fortune would be a t question of but short time. Miss Herbert hag played against some of oumecnmg- jxegaramg' the Woman ' brightest iiguts in the profession, and Who Has Never But Once Dis- I never -vet tui,ed to n,)ltI her own. At appointed an Audience. ' , -Tvi''rshe was booked at one opera -cxuciioc. house, while Mary Anderson held forth at . j another. The result was most satisfactory ti - , . . to 'he former. At Keokuk low-i slip Dunn? the week lust cloe the I?lrAn,.a, :.,... t . ' "e lierl)ert company. uuniberinr st.v.niMnil.r..u i, .i r ' . I i ' . viivii uuu airaiu was Hie result people, under the management of Messrs. I sat Uirtorv me result, k hiteley A: feel leek, have held forth at the , in the" chanmler .,t f',,;ii at;...! pera house, apiwarmg earh evenin.' and Herliert snvs ?f n a, ' t 1 -J - . k lilt, ill ilii .i.ii . T w m t HE MEMBER We are closing out our entire line of Hosiery, underwear and NOTIONS, To quit this branch of our business and we will give genuine bargain to any one Wanting These Goods. Monday we will put on sale TWO HUNDRED BIRD CUB, Wm. Curran, 223 Ohio Street. at yesterday afternoon's matinee. tin i nr,w,...i ;7 I averse iXMiana pi ay goer M iss 1 terbert wa- as dhl Sara Bernhardt d rn AlriMit'iv l-ici -in ..i.i t .. tit . . . . kjt.nc. ..u.ifcflu.iiim, aniKiii-'ii, . w)uiu ie lussed trom t.h t.i,r, tiurimr she One hundred different Japanned and wood. stvles lru; This is bv ; tions are very suspicious and tend to con- j i vi nee the police that they have the right j man. The authorities at Sedalia have j beer telegraphed and an officer will arrive j -to-day and convey Nelson to that burg."' ; I The Times is not correct. He is not! charged with the Kahrs robbery, but three charges ol larceny, one of burglary and irons ana valise -Store, j zul T U'V"" "errd i A . i i v i inn icu.nii. ;iim us mr r iu fi-n . . . i .. . . " ""J IV.UOH1I 112 MAIN STJMiET. SOME SLEEPERS. WEEKLY BAZOO, lil! ,refern5 against sEDALl A", j it seems he stole a valuable gold watch They Went Hunting-, But Werejf too bleepy to Bag Any Game. TU1 i iiiki'ii ii urn in iifir iiimt .1 . w t e V . m:ti liernitantt was such a favorite - i . , , 7 ...w. ...... , .,t,. .,JIU keuecK nave drivpn - night, and Iron, that time forward her sue- throughout ourcitv.seein all tUraJIuZ cess ua assured, and the lixzoo is ,,lease.l . seen, and are not stint in its prui,e. They to know that ;,t the concluMnn 0I the en-! have also become acquainted with a , mJ gagement the iiianaement have a nice Ht-. I.pr ,, n Li 1.. .1 i . . . 'lu "cj im 1'iuiiuuiiee iiieiit as , ",v " -? miu;ioie as any mev ever met OOK.. ' pt - -ti a .-. t ' xllx "lauagemeni win no doubt vi t Ll r, Y alWm,Mn 11 U- J Sedalia agaiinext season, and the Ha o jed upon her a room at the hotel, believes thev will receive a reception that and was pleasantly received bv both l.or- ,,,nf.. i ! . ! ,? eduiiaus : i l i i' n-t-t i- . I" !' iit.-.iiiii u()vmni' mev . -....---, ii iii. r 1 1 v i k iiiiu ii & itrnifr it'll i ti.iv! i chain Irom deorge Jownsley, two o!d ! : s noes; oil :wiif' r iuru tr.tn A m rv. ... . .- m.iii wi lour ueii-Kiiowii , ."iv t X- r t niii trm.-i . . . ... 3 . ... ... . i . i .i i i -....-....... mn. out kiiiiw ii i nrinif it-tri. n.i.... .... . i jnusv i . -univii i. lz. and is L'lii lv ot nihor nthrx IT Ic ., Mveiu oiu iiunmi" me oiner uav. and. as a i.,. ... t? . n i . . . "" .""o" n"'i Ji comany as married m:ui, and his wHe a d two JiaiU matter of cour'they had to uke along j at present. They leave this, xxr- . dren reside in West Kansas Citv. He ha ssw" sl,,rit,ls fnimenti in order to neutral- r;wL ... h, sL , ml iUnfr r ?i iT ,no,;,lln-or Soberly, where they play this Windy Fellows. j lwnn ... '.1 ! iI. Ik1 w.,tr with u-l.;... ti...v i I 11 "u 1 ,,?bj,Ml wnii -Ir. i-red. bel- , week, and the Bazoo is -bul (,, ;,,;,,! 1 "V-V.ll I Ulllllll d.1 IT.Vli.l 11 il Keiil.l II Oil I lM- - ...... .. aiwi. null . If.r ttlf III fill. 111.111....... t . I. . it. O ....... .iv.nvv . heard more oratory vtRrdav . iw;k l6;, i. . ..." ihen mirorise their , ittK, out ol the managers ,d the company. : them to the ieotle of the Mm. fTrv has enjoyed lor many a day. The ; wm hav a hearin- to-morrow. ! ( e ol the party wandered off" by him- J .....i v t.Ltf.t L. , i . . ' i . . L . .! i .... I rr and the shoe blackin- fellow i . ! self, and was found by a stranger strindiiml.. amia.s i nere is Wotrims-Like It. howl, as it were, with their1 Roiio-b nn Trnmne 1 airainst a tree fast asleen. his i.-iithfnl iloVr'"., 1 - J eard and asks lor The failine' nmrors r.f i?;,,: . r - i. . . , . ; uie iue;i.-tire oi an interview some pyoikp i - 1 ".v.onwu, aiuu- tones. on the corner of Ohioand ir..., ..t i.i i r. . ... . . natientlv watchunr him. The sIe..niM- : . cJ. i .. i .i . XL" :e ' Iation. secretion m I omrAti.m i i a-iuic-j Aiuiiuu ue verv caret ui auoui : 1 , i . . . tiuuieu .tun me reporter is told that ill-i. . .uMU..jU,VK.?lu,eil i i i I I iir mil w I ri uT L." T I I ' y ... i . . . -v ..... ....... ...... --- - - - . - - ..... . . . ....-. . v I iin.'j iiv.i. ..va. ...... I I . . . ... . . i - .... v...h..vi(. ui.i.... i 11 .iiiii -f.f I l"! M" i .... v. kHiun iiui rvn Mil ill.-. " .Yit'.v i .. . . . . . i v . . . iiiiii ii ".nil .in . iii.:ii. n t. r .r i... i . . . . . i far the largest line in Sedalia and we will sell to com pete with anyone. 99c. Store! 227 OHIO STREET. (Next door to Sichers'.) PILOT G-ROVE POINTS Sedalia than she paper man made Kome stentorian Second streets. All dav lonir these fellows talked and spouted to a large and admiring crowd as they eloquently dilated upon the merits of their wares. Didn't Whack Up. William Gearv has been running as a "neanut" on the K. & T. for Mr. .loshnn m ' J . . . . . V... VV1JV.V4 J i-nt 1IIU1 Iredale. acrent in this citv for T?nrL-nlo hlnm.io-Ac A ctM,r ctnni- u, ........ i j o. . 1 " -- -'"ii .i" uuiuiu iicui .iiu- iiros. On his last trip Geary, so the agent , cine, on Monday night, and human bones savH. failed tn rPKiinnd with th rooii.tc rf i Imva Iwm tV.....l : i.. c i i j - ----- . . . V. V. . J J i his sales, and for this failure Mr. Iredale went before 'Squire Fisher, last Friday, and swore out an information charging Geary with the embezzlement of twelve dollars. The young man was duly ar rested, but gave a bond for his appearance next Wednesday, the time set for the trial. 1 1 1 ------ .. v& Xew . .V"" J,,: '. "- ness Iwluch irenera v meaiw n fit Jersey farmer burned a straw stack. :m(1 t kill nnich game however. i sulks) will not nerm'it of tin. 1-wlv . f a ...... ..i i... ...... .i.i i . . - ...... just as the names were heeoin mr torr d "..w ... .... ...... ua .ueeeeueu in i lhe m.u, , ......... .. . lftIIi. - ., . - - ... C I . ...... 'I'l.. .1 .... . 'I .- ""MIV1 ! six tramps crawled onto! the stack, their ' V " , T . .. . . . c us delightei to meet him their lrflvv w lu l ",,u5" 1,1 "cm, wnere iiiei time. j hair singed, and smoke oozing out of collars and places where the clotl torn. I hey upbraided the farmer carelessness, and threatened to sue him at Minc seeimr be future - oi tneir . . . . , , ' . 1 nme. ,jny W.IS (sportsman laid down and was wrapt in the n t,js for J arms of worpheiiss. He intended to watch j exception him forfor more a"cks'1 V"1 sSoniehow il wa a j ii,.r off tin . L-lcepv crowd, and his eves soon closed in5: . .. i have beeu tound in the ashes. Somebody is short one tramp. The best way to do before burning a straw stack is to" take a f..l l .1 . . .. uiicuiuiK rim il mm tup ctnnt- . i . - w A v WIUVI il 1 1 I f im Gmntl.A.l ..Mt-n;.. lonsnni ior uie weo-iootea iowi. nnliwto tito to...r. 1.. ! 1 he third one ol this si .-lcepv crowd, and his eves soon closed slumber. The poor, lonely duck felt hurt ai this treatment and began to quack ami vigorously peck the sleeper. He was aroused by these demonstrations, and shook himself into some sort of compan- 1,1 j ing not a little. around, when, if heard, you can c gotten into the barn or hog en. . i iw4fai t if ii i.ji ii iiiiu unit i i t-'i milk: - - - 7 J w --w.. w-- 4AI 0 UUTt . . - 1.1 . - - R Counterfeiters Sentenced. Three federal prisoners passed through Sedalia Friday night, en route from Dal las, Texas, to Joliet, 111., where they had been sentenced to terms of imprisonment for counterfeiting. They were in charge of Sheriff Harris, of Dallas county. James Hoges went up for five years, and Peter Coddell, and G. W. Shumaker for seven years each. They were heavily shackled.and pronounced by the gentleman in charge as desperadoes of the worst class. The Cheyenne Pete Family. The police raided Cheyenne Pete's den in the southwestern part of the city about one o'clock this morning. The "madam, her two brothers and George David were captured and put in the tar box to spend ouiuiay. jtoui uavia was in the house at A Smile of Satisfaction. This, from the Cleveland (Ohio) Pennv I'ress, carrie centlv m i of the Clevel i j was over-powered and was soon snoozing ' as peacefully as an Egyptian muminv. The fourth gentleman managed to lick the drowsv j;od. but somehow he ot be particular Miss Herbert is an Jf possible, she is more charm- in on the staire. and ilik- l'l.:i ..i. . r . , ..v.i. iiiiii;. t IIIICMlie IS IIOI II 1'Mflllv handsome wonian, her tace is one that commands admiration, and her charming manners make her companionship sough! alter by those with whom she becomes acquainted. I As; tliP rptnrtnr antaroil c-I. r. ... . T.t i . i --j..,. .v.. v.vi, out r .!. puUKUliT leepy crowd went one ot the live large trunks in her room! aim was noi a little nrovoketl at the n. pearance of what she called "bugs," which I ua.i include ves in me ioids ol some of her handsome dresses. "Win- Fred," she said, addressing her husband! some of The nil nn doing so informed the lady that thev were nothing but cock-roaches, not uncommon is country, and no damage to her robe need be anticipated. The"bus" -el ol, all took seats and a quiet chat by usini' Brown's Iron iiitters a t tfJ n perfect strengthener ! a sure reviver ! A Swindler and Hypocrite. Kev. K. D. Wiuslow, who formerly banged the lids of a bible and sold split leather shoes in Sedalia, has again been heard from. It will be remembered that he swindled everybody in Boston, includ ing his benefactor, Porter, and then went to Enirland. Thpre Vi InM Picked Up by the Bazoo's Young Man. a vt-rv Dr. Cox has just completed neat and pretty little residence. The nimrods have had a very enjoya ble time shooting ducks and euip'tvimr bot tles. " w C. E. Leonard, the fine cattle man, and W. J. Wyan, recently united with the Methodist church at Bellair. The grove of hickory tree, from which this town took its name in the lousr is tast decaying. !Xot one of the timp itrn w - " - - . ... ' k 1JVI1. . L. 1 Short timp init fiaolK' u.art r I m.Tr?r...l ,. :,. i: ;dpr nHC Hved Hl rre hie; "identid, 1 E. C. Moore, on Sunday, occupied a "ntemlei? the ld-headed" men tluallv church school, hut the 'sit. Ashe isn't bald we account tor thfs Z Uh ,1, "mwUt n .Ie?rn,Dg I on the ground that he don't read the and what lie was. He married a wealthy ; Bazoo woman, became a successful politician, and n r . , ?c nnu- t;,-;.. i Sr , A gentleman trom Clear Creek hn - n. iu- luiiuiuuusiy. xie nas a wile 1 1 . . , . for a saloon here. Let the proposition be rainy met and buried so deep that Ga- mil t-k. I.. . T" - .... lawin m uosion. jie would do to preach in Omaha or Chicago, where thev ! are not very particular. briel's trumpet cannot awaken it. Child Drowned j Robt. Magruder has taken up his res- Elmer Barnharft, two years of -e. an i T" ..Sn, .9!lins i. w. i. me uiuuicniuuu oi uaeueior-.. m jm AJ1 11 W llfH . ..T Villi I 1 1 ft V II I I I ft ar9 rv laaM r, . . . ' - - i : 1 1 ' -. "mu 51.1111 inure tnink oest. rour vears ao 1 Mimmpi nn.. I ..i.i i i. k. i r , , . : o , 1 v... . vvtjiic jiuc wen iiiuuuiu Home. , . i. V.V.1VI V. i 11 1 1 J lw 1 1, n v 0 I are aware, entails much suffering and some times leaves the limb in a condition to remind one frequently of the old hurt. Unfortunately this result ensued When ever the weather became damp or mv svs- iem aosoroeu tne slightest cold, mv ankle A positive cure lor malaria. diiretive Mid urinary troubles is found in lWs , Jt;!ul home of Mr and Mn Iron Bittters. .feel leek, which they have named "Fanchoi . I Place." Here, at the conclusion of thei Another Coffee. A.. :..t. 1 i:..,.u..j .? . 1 ,1 - t , , . , , " , tu me aiigmcM com. mv auKie f iiuiuiai eouee wa given vesiernav the time, but escaped, leaving behind his pained me. This went on at intervals for afternoon at the palatial residence of Cant. over three years, and I could not obtain j I'arker, by his daughter, Miss Alice. The relief. Last winter I applied the St. Jacobs menu was excellent, and included substan Oil, and it completely cured me. I have"li;lls :in danties. Among thti.ee present not since felt a return of the pain. were the following: Mises Marv and I nettie fieiitrv. I.nti snui h r.,..: . "...' ...., iiu.--, v. 11 4 1 1 J Philips, Allie Chappelpar, Ella Porter, coat, "boots, vest and hat. Th chased him to the vicinity of Bar rett's hotel, and then abandoned the pur suit. George David was released on bond. It Is a hard outfit. Mrs. Pete has a hus band in Hickory county who is said to have run on the greenback ticket for county judge. Roofless. A fire at six o'clock yesterday morning destroyed the roof of the double frame tenement house near the corner of Engi neer and Fifth streets. The house was oc cupied by the families of Silas Sprague and a Mr. Graham, both of whom succeeded in removing their household goods without i . i i .1 . 1 . ' ?j . .1 ioss oiner man inai inciueni 10 a nasty re moval. The fire was the result of a short stove pipe above the roof, attached to the kitchen stove. The biscuits for breakfast were in tiie oven and are there yet, in an unbaked condition. The fire company got to the burning house in good time and saved it from total destruction. There is sufficient insurance upon the building to cover the loss. It is the property of Mr. Henrv Jvnopfli. Killed a Crank. Friday night last a stranger went into the office of the Laclede hotel,Troy,Mo.,and rather commandingly asked for a room. The clerk expressed his regret at not he ingableto accommodate him on account of all rooms being engaged. At this state ment the stranger became enraged, and eu reins the clerk, rushed to the door, whei, raising his clenched hand, he threateningly shook it at the clerk. The clerk rushed to the door to ascertain what the man was up to, when he was immediately confronted by him and the stranger raised" his fist to strike him, but warding off the blow, the clerk in turn struck at the man, striking him on the head. The stranger fell to the ground and in so doing struck his head on the curb stone, which produced concussion of the brain, from the effects of which he died on Saturday afternoon. The clerk immediately gave himself up to the authorities and on the death of the stranger was placed under a $10,000 bond. The name of the deceased was John Brown and he lives somewhere in Kails county, and was by occupation a tie contractor. The hotel clerk, John Worsham, is a well known and much esteemed voung man of Trov. Some Signs. A walk around the city gives several signs that the merry goddess" of budding spring has arrived in Sedalia. Her ures n 3 i . eiiue. unu magic loucnes are to he seen on every hand. The grass is springing up with genial greenness, the swelling buds peep out with a glad portent, the sweet faced Ho wers send out rich perfume, the fruity trees are ready to blossom into promises of a good cro'p, where the storm left branches, upon which nature can hang a peach or apple, and the birds are twit tering a merry roundelay of welcome to the warm and pleasant spring-time, gentle Annie. Jieporters and other esthetic jeople all enjoy this sort of weather, and to-day many will wander out to catch a new leas'e of life and to take a snifi of the blowing breezes, and also to enjoy the beauties pointed out in this prettily worded article, the first production about stirimr tchiM.' j the critic ot the Bazoo has hurriedly dash ed on. Addendum : Another sign has been dis covered which goes to confirm all the above. The hens are cackling brisklv. and as these fowls nPVPl ;illtT nnlv oft-... having deposited their much-beloyed fruit j il means xnai business with them has be gun and that eggs wi 11 soon be plentiful and cheap. V. P. Batterton. Lilly Burner. Allie RittPr Sallie Porter, Gertie Gist, Dean, Clara Allen, Mrs. May lew, Hat tie Marvin, Lib. bieSnedaker, Lizzie Lampton and Cora Demuth. The Highest Rank. Made from harmless materials, and adapted to the needs of fading and falling hair, Parker's Hair Balsam has taken the highest rank as an elegant and reliable hair restorative. Dead. The remains of K. P. Stout, a seven years has been starring, always witii i - , . ner own company, .ju.st outsideot Chicago is me ncautiiui home ot Mr .mil iw lon m M?aon, wiiicn generally occurs the first of June, they spend the heated term, and give neither the past nor future the least at- ..T . . f . lemiou, preiernug to partaKe liberally ot the enjoyment of the present. ifOh,""said Miss Herbert, "you should see me with my big sunshade "on, gather ing strawberries, caring for my birds, Mow ers, etc., and you would not think I was the same person." The reporter was bound to admit that the sight would be a pleasant one. but be fore he had time to speak, she waschnttimr . . . . . . . ' o . pieasantiy on another subject. I Alter the .summer vacation is spent at their country residence, Mr. and Mrs. Sel- leck again take the road, generally leaving home the latter part of August or first of September. This year they opened at Des Moines, Iowa, on" the 22d"of August, ap pearing against Lawrence Barrett on Mon day night, and on Tuesday ni'ht n.:iint i both Barrett and Forepaugh's circus. Xot- voun ' wiinsiandiug these attraction ust and Bob Bragg.-, tual admiration s-o- infant son of Joseph Banihardt, resh ing S " Jr," T iff P six miles west of Boonville, was drowned hesf .two' Marshall & Friday afternoon bv falling J ?n "u i sl10,lIti oramze 11 m cellar with three teet of water in it from ! the late rains, and which was the ruins of ! Col. Hickman, the temperance orator, an old ti well ing just torn down. The eel- arrived in town Sunday morning for the Iar was being tilled when the child wan-! purpose of lecturing, but his friends tailed dered out unnoticed, and was found dead j to receive the notice, and no preparation belore being missed. J was made. The lecture was postponed. " ; He will return in April. Didn't Want Them. j a t.or ..t .. l,j;., Yesterday a member of that liirtrf mf . hnnsp enn nt ImTa Hni? resectable class ot society yclept "tramps." ' except in the kitchen, and was tound by a h.vzoo reporter Iving near much time that he is alwav the railroad track in the Missouri P.hmKo I fact. The nnt i The tramp hail fallen asleep and . candy and peeling oranges. Ti were in just that position where a be taking things with a r-u-s-h. r. ...... .1. mi I .. . .n nuiiiu ever iiieni on. i Bazoo man waked the sleeping beauty ask him if he didn't want them footsies. "TI no place to wasn this requires so s late for break- continuallv munching? This seems to yards. his feet iiiiiii!Jr nr wniiin wi'or r ham f-f 'i'l,-. i . i . , .. o -- un. x lie A r iminnriro rt tha hnnmn ..-....-.. I ..."-..."V... . V. V . ...v 14 VI liVlkl. ..JV. 1 V.O LAMONTB ITEMS. Oilie Mrs. Carrie Storv and Miss Snideiy. of Sedalia, are visiting at the La- monte house. Col. F. W. Hickor left tn-il Miss Her- lex,a home, where everything is green ! mil! I.Aiittf .Mil visiting? ... 1 1 r i i i r .-"i! . ni . . man jo years oi age, who uied at Apple- V-rt v:u'' compeneu to turn jeople awav ton City at 11:20 Friday night, passed f lroin opera house during each night of through Sedalia yesterday, en route to her engagement. She has played in Des Ionisville, Ky., for interment. He was:M'nc on -si cliflerent occasions, ami sick but four days with spinal men- "standing room only" had to be displayed ingitis, was a miller by trade, and had re- ln" before the curtain rose, sided in Appleton City but a few weeks. i The company strike. only the lanrer . - m ' llll Mllll llllC VO'ir It'll'., trifnlml I. .1. - " j ' ...... .....v. iiiii.ini iiuuui;il I TTola'o XTr.vinn IT.nV.. -1 a 1 tlx. cl'iliu.' . t" l....... AT!.. X t j" I Tar will arrest every ailment of the. !,., i Illinois and Kansas. They will eloe ...t ? . Leese of London, Lngland, fhrn.it nreh.t i Mil-AMnke.. . Vt..mSi.. i.-i.oV.. t,...-i 1 1S at the i.aiuonte house, on her wav to v v"n - ------.-- ww -.ftiraa. J II lit. I V -IlITI ll.I .1 .1 I -- ft . ft a- . PikeS Toothache Drops cure in a ' !"ftr weeks' engagement, during which minute. time forty performances will be nven For the skin Q-lenn's Sulphur I change of bill at each. " ? Soap. j Miss Herberts repertoire includes some i . t i . t i two nundreil plavs. Her memory T V- r- 4- TZ (XX -. . 1 .-i-i . .- " .. -Ha, xtaiuo. . nenui, indeed, ior 'tis seldom she has to 1 he rathe lor the handsome gold wateh. 1 w to her manuscript to catch the line: ia ! .1.... TU- i i i- i ? inan said "no, but the scribe suggested . out sneees, THp nL nrt'flnff T that in his, the tramp s profession, pedal I namesake of Dr. A. H. Thruston. It the ex remities were highly uselul. "Like name has anything to do with the noise. Othello, your occupation would be gone," J we suggest that mothers choose some other said the reporter, and the sweet scented name, feet were hauled in out of ilanwr. I .jim .aiiauan, until recently a re?iaent of this place, is married. Jim loved the girl and the girl loved Jim, but the mother and the brothers didn't love Jim and stood between him anil the darling of his heart. Jim's days and nights dragged heavily along, sleep forsook his eyes and his heart was full of anguish. Still ne lived in hope of a letter time. The time came. The girl and her brothers went to Bunceton (the place noted for is female pugilists). Jim took in the situation at a glance. He secured an accomplice, who engaged the brothers in the shooting gallery, while he took the girl in his buggy and shot for Boonville, secured a license and was married. He is said to be one of the happiest men alive abroad grin covers his entire countenance. He is decidedly of the opinion that he has achieved the greatest victory of life. and beautitul. Mrs. Marcel 1 us H. Garton is trieuds in the southwest. Mr.Ciarton will join her in a few days. Miss Mollie Beeves, formerly of this county, but now of Warrensburg, Jolfnson county, is visiting friends in this vicin ity. Colorado to visit her son in that state. Sh- is waiting to accompany her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Zaidee Leese, on her return to her home in that state. is won-1 c ; l l . i..- ni't-timcr t tu which were conducted in a verv interest- l and Tonic Invigorator particularly and amuaim? manner. The reading of useful in advanced stages of Consumption, nervous attec- been re of food of diges- Prof. James A. Sewell, A. M.. ? M. D., of Medicai. Faculty Laval Lamonte school Fri- Univkksitv, Quebec, states : I have found the closing exercises Goldens's Ldebig's Extract of Beef t Onip.lr nnrt R1irn . with diamond heiitlHfrlit ou'tuwl liv.Iolii.ni-1 At present her husband lu-ho hv tin. wm- r mir -- -mmr. -faOl ft& L ii. - - - ft ft. a I m - . ---Vft ft &. , J ftJ f t.i i i . j S Lrmde-s. ilie iinniilnr itwiltr will . is also unite a clever . neior i If Iim.rl. I e-savs and declamations were excellent . weakness dysptvxia. and all about with 'hiiiii this week. Nearly all lne ! retired from that branch of business) is j FiIs rather bore off the palm i tions. In preplan t women it has i,,r itt..-J !i ..-5- ' . , . uiai ch:mees linve been dlsmmed ,.f m.'i.i i writiinr for her a new nl.iv. whiMi '.i. w;n in readinir. not beim? abashed in the least tamed while every other article ..iAi- ir Kraves j those reitminimr -.re laken th.. .IW : present to the nublic next senson Tl.n. but proceetied as though slie was an adent k was rejected. Palatable and easy would lind a cure commencing with the ,,tf thro;vn- Those who have not vet ame thereof has not yet lH-tMl in that line. And the Lamonte school , tion." ( Take no other.) fircf ..nfi i .i - v naid fur their chances are reu nested u. ! ' tleciiletl upon. but Fred. savs ! Uazette, with its supplement, jrotten no bv " if ami iMelv c35IX'' ' il " ,u "rald'-" ' h Mi Ollie irall .nfSlMer j.5eph M,. j In Good Hands. . j ' j one trunk containing nothing but manu-' was presented in a rich, rare and spicy ( He was a country young fellow, t-i;i,i-. ii . A latly from Oregon writes Dr. Hen-. cript plays, many of which' she h:ts not anner, its c)lumns being well tilled with ! awkward and bashful, but of . ..... iiiLlllcruidU t .LS III. i III' HHIILTC 111 .! . . . ... I I . .. ... . Z 1 . I .. . . rni. l ... ui ior weeKs. niMruciivc waiter, ine paper was read by worth ot character. She was a and ilistmet vnfnw K. 0..1I l.w1 eon-o tmjjfrh tn in a like manner A Foolish Mistake. Don't make the mistake of confounding a remedy of merit with quack medicines. "VVe speak from experience when we say that Parker's Ginger Tonic is a sterling health restorative which will do all that is claimed for it. We have used it ourselves -with the happiest results for rheumatism and when worn out by overwork. See ad Yertieement. Times. vi 1. .n -v r : "4 1 son: 1 iiiiiik vou should benresented wn h " ' 1" 10 -v:sterda.v. a chariot of i.u're iiold for voiir ( 'elerv .! ' The wanlrobe carried bv Miss Her- Miss OUieina clear I-,Tlo,v-,i 1 c ,Lf 1 1, " MU rl ,eS-. IIe Chamomile Pills having "prove.! siieh :. 1 hert would lie hard to excel,and no wonder j the supplement I F A SnnnTsr n So 1 o.lw r', I Messing 10 thousands of sufferers with sick " c-ommandeI the admiration of all who things ? , t i tliev we t ? ? b,u a"d " h nra,5!a. """ 18,1 t,lC ,,fTs hcr ?l thf terdfes' or a delayed batch of X and V- Jfi drjw -he wears in the five nSfieo C?M iV,TO,Igh ,lhe ,a,! "The most popular book now with the dawere made in Iarljuid a-stvond C!f Qami!!- ,aStr SU ,lie..7asi ? 1 1 ! P."" is .the !.ifV ork of Garfield, in-; what the uninitiated would suppose" As iiT i -7""i'au"- fl-tf'nu loin eluding the trial oi Uuiteau, bv the we 1 Mr. .Selleck sa d, the duty on them would him to mail a postal card. "No" said n hmwn !iniW M,. iw. pX-.i. i t ii i'.iJ:. . -. " t tm VOUIU . w v.v. , , ucilV U.tl IIUU ,..w..p,.. x. ..'.V.iN. :iy Master Joseph Mason J his worth despite his awkwardness and rr. In their bow to the bashful ness. and his fiancee. On a gloomy 1) ir tn mot-it tho. ci-.li-.l c , J . . .vi u.an d posui earn. i.xo, said a small boy, "barapsoin will die of old age before he gets it' Highlevman went to see a man around the corner. Answer This Question. Why do so many people we see around us seem to prefer to suffer and be made miserable bv Ind t ram t inn f 'rinun mnflm. Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Coming up of the Food, Yellow Skin, when for 75c. we will sell them Shiloh'a Vitelizer, guaran teed to cure them. Sold by your drug gist. 7 8 ft-- T " - known author, Johu Clark Rednath. L. L. ftr ft ft . IK ihin book has nix) )ages and over ."50 elegant engravings bound in a substantial manner at the following low prices: Fine Knglish cloth, black and gold ides, S2.o0; I lalf morocco, gold sides.marble edges $3.00. Costoiners can be supplied by the well known publishers, Messrs Morris & Nei- dick, jo. 219 Ohio street, .Sedalia, Mo. Agents are doing a splendid business with this book, and every neighborhood should have some one to act as an agent and se cure the above very low prices. Agents outfit 50 cents. lett. I buy pretty good dresses "in this emmtrr .Numerous other costumes came from Paris also, and 'lisgafe to say no aetros has vis ited Sedalia who could make a superior showing in this direction. The writer would, for the edification of the Bazoo's lady readers, like to give a decription of a few of her costumes, but feels inadequate to me tasK. ----- 1.1 V iUUCb I v ft-- actresses in more things than one. She has Mondav. never Known wnat u was to play to a poor business, and it is doubtful whether there is a more successful company now on the a little sterling: Cincinnati appreciate and . .11? . . . . . .. . ' . -. .. . . I. ill. I ii- iiiov iirnniiun rn mnL'n t ha .r.i.i c i ... . . ... . i i' fcv muivvi inc iv-imui Diiiuiav eveuiug nii unci inci we.e; (!l7(tti MV'Ptl tllftd. intoro.tinor In tli f..i..n. ... IT f .f 1. ...C.ilmir in fl. .v.... " ...v... i.i.v.iwu.if, ii nit iiiluic t alUHUlli ill iiuiiu ui mi; nuiuun xn mc u;u- pafiers than the present number. We sup- j l0v of her home on East Walnut Hills, pose that soon they will tender to the watching the snowthlkes rapidly falling Razoo their request to please X. The ! outside. He was not up in society small School will commence the summer term I .1L- Uncr hnrJ nn fnr something tn i ((nn. ftr V . ft auft. . f ' w --ft "ft,- ft-TftJk T ?... 1 i . "0 J 7 ii 1 ii'uiii-l- ft-k ft s. rni ftft . b .. j a, ft . . j in rn tv .- iiiiiiiii ir-ii iii ririi - - - f ww--iftft.ft m mm O room by the same teacher, Mr. II. F. Trip Hair, Hair. Mad. A. M. Dumas, from here at Sichers-' hotel with ment of hair bleach notice larger f remarked, as he watched the snow falling, Trip- 'This will be hard on the old man's calves and sheep. "N ever mind, dear " said she, slipping her arm around him ; lI will take I A V S m. V ftV St. Louis, is mernial. a tine assort- i and waves, and will I RKvir VtiV for Woman Afr T.vlto i " - - - I ---- - W V4 Cm hair to any shade on short k E. Pinkham, 233 Western avenue, Lvun. ue ure omy ouuuav and Mass., has .. 11 ft goods Please call and see her. Wall Paper at Sanborn Bros. & Co. made the discoverv. H"t- Vegetable Compound is a positive cure for female complaints. A line addressed to 4-V.Ir. 1 ...Ill 1ttf ?lll noiuL'ir vA kino ia..i v nil- n'"" i-oi3f.i j lUXUlUItil tion.