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BAZOO. VOLUME 13. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, APRIL 25, J 882. NUMBER 45. SEDALIA v. PARASOLS In 100 different styles, From 50c to $12 Irish point lace collars. Real Hornton lace $2 to $5 per yard. Silk Guipure lace in cream and white. LaCe bed SpreadS frOHlj A- . AAr . $ to a set. A new stock of Hose and G loves. J.M.Chte&Cos n Pf TUTnT, S 11 H T,TpJ VUWAU WJdLJ.lt W a AA MAA1 UNDERTAKER. COFFIHS, CASKETS, METALLIC CASES and BURIAL ROBES. WIGHT OFFICE, Orders by mail and telegraph promptly attended fa largest Stock of Furniture in the City. 116 Went Secead St., i-isa&wij. m HhSISSI LtACSBONEsToLD mON, And nil kinds of Metals. SOrders lv mail si romptly attended to. Iron Yard. 405 West Main l-i:wiy. j DR. W. V. CARTER, Surg eon Dentist, (Successor to Dr. L. O. Ellis.) 54 WEBT MAIM 017. All work done in a scientific manner. Satiafao iiom guaranteed. 1-lOdly. Advertisements under the htads of Fenoils,Sitiiatioiis,Hel9faiitetk 0m acceptable nature, and not to exceed three lines, are free to all. V Buiaem Advertisement Inserted witfcont. Paj. If sQBwers fail to come the first time, we invite a eeend, tkird, or as many repetitions as are neees try ts secure vhat you advertise for. We wiss the adTsrUaem to feel that they are not imposing os ss, but are doing us a favor by using our free solasims, as we are determined to aiake THE BAZOO se medium tkrouf m which the general public aaj always have their wants supplied. ways nave imeir warns suppiiea. No frse sdvertisemeBts taken after 12 o'clock. SOS. Advertisements can be left st sur efioe, or sveuea tne mau to J. WEST GOODWIN. Wmtii Situations. ANTED A situation as a common laborer. Apply at the Co-operative store. "TTTANTED A prompt and energetic young man, ii rears oia and posse'Sinji a good education desires a -S03 Sedalia, Mo. ituatiou. Address box "TTTANTED By a yiuug man of eighteen, a po- lf Bition in h bam ware store, wishing to learn the tinner's trade. Wages no object. Address lock box IMS. w ANTED A situation br a voun? ladv as a saleswoman or clerkshsp. Cas sive refer ence if required. Address .1., lock box o!4, Sedalia. YX7ANTED Situation by a young man of ex Yv perience, toclerk in "a retail grocery house, or travel for a wholesale house. Best of reference. Address, B., ha Due, Mo. WANTED. Employment in auy capacitv- by a man who can comsiand a good trade. 'Ad dress, Lock Bex 605, Sedalia. "Y7"ANTED A situation as book-keeper; can VY give good reference. Adiress, Box 37f, :e tlalia, Mo. WANTED A tailor for general work. Also a pants and vet maker. Apply to Ed. Quilty, Lamine street, between Second and'Thinl. ANTED A tradesman to work at reneral tailoring. Good wages to the right man. Apply toE. Quilty, Lamine street, between Secoud ppiv xo i, nd Third. ai "1TTANTED Board and room by a ycune gent. east of Ohio street and between Fifth and Broadway, where the comforts of a home can le had. Address C. C. C, this office, stating terms. WANTED -By a competant, sober druggist, a situation in a wholesale, or to take charge of a retail drug store. Address M. A. H., druggist, Sedalia, Mo. Ptrsontl. "1TTANTED A young ladv correspondent. Yj Object, fun. Address J.S. S., LaDue, Mo. ANTED A youncman of moral habits wiihes respond with a voung ladv. Object Address M. W. Scott, Paacal, New matrimony .Mexico. FOR COUNTY CLERK. In ts-day'i Bazoo will lie found the announcement of Henry Y.' Field for re-electiom to the office tf county clerk. Ti. i : xv.. 1S mit Juauuc AOt Lms tu say a word in iavor 01 Mr. r leld, who has made an efficient, worthy, com petent and upright official one who has not only considered it hisbounden obligation to do his whole duty with proaiptMess,energy,courteousness and correctness, but with an eye sin- jgle to the sworm duties of the effice ! and to the accommodation and satis- feotioB of tluiJe who are necssarily uteri tuere ior uie transaction oi sucn business as they nay have to do. Is this day of lagging, incompetent and indolent officials, in some instances, it affords us great pleasure to commend ' Mr. Field as the opposite of this, and it is to he hoped that he will be re- , nominated by the dominant party and of course he will be triumphantly re- elected. D.A. CARPETS Largest Stock, Lowest Prices, Newest Patterns. Workmanship the hest United States. the Bordering Fine Carpets b A SPECIALTY. CORNICES, LACE CURTAINS, i. Poles and Sings, Cretonnes, Fringes, Rns Mats. Etft. cheapest' wjw op. (WINDOW SHADES, All Colors and Patterns, and they , "Can't Tear Off tie Roller. I can save you from 1 0c vard on . to 20c per j CARPETS, Third St., Sedalia. East, nf Sichers.' Not The Man. The Dr. Walker referred to in one of our city paper; being fined for being "drunk and disorderly," a week or so ago, was not our fellow-townsman, Dr. W. V. Walker. He was a country doctor of that namt. Dr. Walker, of Sedalia, and his friends, have been annoyed not a little over the mat ter, as a great many people jumped at the conclusion that he was the party referred to. Dr. W. V. Walker wishes it distinctly understood that he does not get drunk, nor is he ever either '''disorderly" or disabled from such a cause. PILES I PILES 1 PILES! A Sure Cure Found at Last ! No One Need Suffer. j A sure cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itching j and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by Dr. William, (an Indian remedy,) called j Dr. ilhain's ludian Ointment. A single box has cured the worst chronic cases of 25 or 30 years standing. No one need suffer five minutes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions, instruments and electuaries do more harm than good. William's Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the itching (particularly at night after getting warm in bed,) acts as a poultice, gives instant and painless relief, and is prepared only for piles, itching of the private parts, and for nothing else. Read what the Hon. J. M. Coffinburv of Cleveland says about Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment: I have used scores of Pile Cures, and it affords me pleasure to sav that I have never found anything which gave such immediate and permanent relief as Dr. William's Indian Ointment. For sale by all druggists or mailed on receipt of price, $1.00. Henky & Co., Prop'rs. 62 Vesev street New York, At a certain theater not long ago a gentleman asked a lady friend in front of him if she had any objections to removing her Gainsborough. She had not, and gladly obliged him. The play proved to be a miserable hodge dodge, and after the first act the gentleman said : "Thank you greatly, but won't you please replace your Gainsborough? I prefer the hat." There have been a good many times in a long theatrical experience when a discriminating critic would much lt pre fer the hat." Buffalo Commercial. SHILOH'S CURE WILL immediately relieve Croup, Whooping couh and Bron chitis. For gale by all druggists. CLARKE FOR NOT MAKING A LEVY !Th Judes of the Lafayette Coun- xy uquti are nacea un der Arrest. j Judge Wm. Young, attorney, and W. B. 1 Steele, county clerk, 01 Lexington, passed tnrousn tne city last evening, noraewarti bound from Jefferson City, where they had been attending of the trial of the case of Crook vs. Lafayette county, in the United States circuit court. The amount at issue isSl,600, but the amount indirectlv in volved is $300,000. In 1S75 Crook and other eastern capitalists secured bonds from the townships of Lafayette county, on the condition of building "the Lexington, Lake & Gulf railway. The road was never built. Crook sued and recovered judg ment for $1,600 in the United States cir cuit court. The county court was then or dered under peremptory writ to levy a tax to satisfy the same They refused. On Wednesday they were notified by tele graph that an attachment would be issued for them, and Judges John A. Prather, John A. Lockhart, and Jas. W. Harrison appeared at the bar of the cosrt. They were given until yesterday morning to an swer the mandamus. Thev then said thev could not make the lew : that thev would be in personal danger should thev Further, that compromise had been on by the tax-pavers, and should , puiu ine uuijunoiueii) miuiu iiul I compromise. The court liail until they were read ' of 50 ier cent, of the amount I The order was finally chaHsred from iail imprisonment to the custodv of the mar shal with the liberty of the town. The counlv judges declare they are backed bv the peodetf their county, and they will never make the lew. It is said thevin - thev in tend taking their families to Jefferson Citv and jermanently reside there. Hannibal & St. Joe. Case. special Jo the Bazoo. Jefferson Cut, Mo., April 22 Tt ;c rmr.r ii,ot it a- ?i jp r9lJ will tile their answer next Tuesday in the VA J UUJLUJVAI f umtea states circuit court, aamitung tne"u nu,',"' uc "j LU allegations set forth in the petition of the plaintiff trustees. This leaves the fijrht j between the trustees and the state. Killed Yesterday. pecial to the H:mnt. Tiptox, Mo., April 22, Joshua Hepler, engineer of the Bunce , ton flouring mills, was caugh: in a fly n HUU 1 UJ LB H k A T A&tlVU -JmW J. to-dav. Deceased "was about twentv-four wheel and mstantlv Killed at dick) p. m years of age and unmarried. j Glenn's Sulphur Soap removes all local eruptions, soothes all abrasions of the cuticle. Pike's Toothache Drops cure in ' one minute. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. New York, April 22, 11 a. m. STOCKS The stock market, after open- . m v 1 rX 3 twit Wk lt..lrh. i M t tr r n w 1 1 declined 2 per cent., Reading, Lake 'Shore, Louisville Nashville, Missouri I Pacific, New York Central and AVabash j preferred being most prominent in the de- jcline. New York, April 22. STOCKS Chicago & Alton, 1 28A ; Can ada Southern, 48A ; Cleveland & Colum bus, 69; Delaware, Lackawanna & West ern, 1 173 ; Kansas & Texas, 30 ; Western Union, 82. MONEY MARKET. New York, April 22 MONEY 3 per cent.; prime mer- candle paper, o5. BAR SILVER-SI 14. EXCHANGE Steady. GOVERNMENTS Unchanged, except 4s, which are higher. STATES Active and higher. RAILROADS Dull. STOCKS After 11 o'clock the market was without important feature. BONDS 6s, extended, 1 01 ; 5e, 1 01 1 ; 4s, 1 16g; 4s, 121?. ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET. St. Louis, April 22. HOGS Easier and slow. Light to best Yorkers, $6 60(5)7 00 ; Baltimore $7 10 7 20; packing, $6 707 15 ; butchers' to fancy, $7 2007 50 : pigs, $6 256 50 ; skips and culls, 5 006 00. Receipts, 1,000. Shipments, 1,100. CHICAGO MARKET. Chicago, April 22. GRAIN Wheat Weak, lower and unsettled, $1 38. Corn AVeak and lower, 72. Oats Weak and lower, 48$. Rve 88. Barley $1 06?. WHISKY $1 19. PROVISIONS Pork Weak and lower, $17 85. Lard Heavy and lower, $1105. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET. Chicago, April 22. HOGS Receipts, 12,000. Slow, weak aid 5 cents lower. Light, $6 75(V7 25; mixed packing, $6 70(2)7 15: heavy, $7 207 50. CATTLE Receipts. 700. Dull and steady. Exports, S7 207 65; good to choice shipping, S6 6007 10 ; cimuoi to fair, $5 oQ6 45 ; mixed butchers, $2 75 05 60 ; grass Texans, $4 5005 50 ; stack ers and feeders, $3 0005 50. ST. LOUIS MARKET. St. Louis, April 22. FLOUR Unchanged. GRAIN Wheat Unsettled and lower. No. 2 red, SI 36J01 33 cash. Corn Lower, 76 J 077 cash. Oats Better, 51 A 052 cash. WHISKY Steadv, at SI 18. PROVISIONS-Pork Lower and slow, $18 00 bid cash. Drv salt, lower, sh., $7 20; sr., $1020 ; sc., $10 60. Bacon, dull, sh., $8 00; sr.,11 10; sc., $1150. Lard ominal. BY TELEGRAPH SHAKE, OLD BOY ! Congratulations Between Em peror William and Presi dent Arthur. A Direct Cable Line Between America and Germany. Berlin, April 22. The new cable, ! connecting Emden with Anglo-Ameri- can cable system at Valentia, enabling messages to be transmitted directly x between Germany and America was opened to-day with the following mes-1 sat?e from the emneror to the nrpsi-' I dent of the United States : "I am very happy to express to you, Mr. President, by first direct telegraphic transit between Germany and Ameri- ca, ray satisfaction on the completion of a work by which friendly relations between the nations will be further more enlarged." DSr'L.APrl-Z: To His Majesty, William, Emperor 1 1 u iu 1 ; i "7 . 1 t . . . 1 do so. , , "'5 xxw.wcuu Washington, April 22. The -Lon-1 For Blind, Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated voted jnwrs message in reply to niperor 1 d(m Standard asserts that there fe no I Piles Dr William's Indian Pup Oint- thxs be j imam s greeting on opening direct; founjatlon in the international law cure. Fnce by mail Sl.OG. nr,ar them n I I 1 Tt T T t . vm ""sja'"' - .vy . v to make a lew v -r . Ar - w i meut exceed rights in regard to 1 v iTfirniflitu inn rrtex i inirni roioc -. . .... , i T Amryont o-.acv.uhvc iftuaiuu, li amu twii , n ip xmnvizm mon f nV A mm. in nc. .u. iucioi uerraanv. " i nave received, wun c itxi ' i .ri much cotiVaction the firt din9tch , 1 7 " I J? .2 SLTfil to their imprisonment to the. !ucl cuC i.uc ui w uc tween States Germany and the United ; I share in the pleasure which your majesty expresses at the opening o this new lme of communication, and in nitVi tViaf if will corro ir nrnm fta , . .u " ufc " " , ,v. v j"- tne, ire?"y relations which we desire serve ana increase. (Signed) Chester A. Arthur, President United States. Won t Claim Him. Chicago, April 22. The police au- thonties here do not credit the state- raent of Keynolds, under arrest in London for complicity in Hatton Gar- . IV . i. 1 J den mail robbery, that his residence is in Chicago. I hey say there is but one Keynolds of crooked propensities , pr0perly described in the indictment. knowa here, and that he is serving a j term in the New York penitentiary at On a Still Hunt. Sing Sing. " Cumberland. Maryland, April 22. 7 I Jno I- Davenport, of New York, A Favor, Mr. President. j was jiere vesterdav on business sup San Francisco, April 22. A me- j p0Sed to be in reference to Kobert morial to President Arthur, reviewing t Lindsey's connection with the celebrat the local aspect of the Chinese ques tion and asking his signature to the f restriction bill, has been adopted by the republican state committee, repub lican league, prominent business men, Governor Perkins and Mayor Blake, and will be forwarded by mail to day. Another Warning. Laramie City, Wyoming, April 22. A Boomerang special from Carbon says a horrible accident occurred there this afternoon, resulting in the burn ing to death of Mrs. Theodore P. Henkell. So far as can be learned, she was attempting to start a fire with coal oil, and the can exploded with such force as to cause unconsciousness. Her body was burned so as to be un recognizable. Found Guilty. Laramie City, Wyoming, April 22. The jury in the case of James McKeon, this morning brought in a verdict of murder in the second de gree. McKeon killed Windy Smith f at Laramie m October last. Said to be Crooked. St. Louis, April 22 Gen. Davis, inspector general attached to General Sheridan s headquarters, has arrived here to investigate the charges against Captain W. P. Martin, military sore keeper at the arsenal below this city. The charges against Martin are pre ferred by J. W. Hart, who was a clerk in Martin's department but re signed, and has since made the charges, which are understood to be similar to those recently brought against Col. D. Baker, and which were not sustained. The investigation will begin next week. Another Bad One. New York, April 22. The mayor of Long Island City was arrested for the recovery of $114,000. alleged to have been misappropriated from the process of sales of bonds. His bail was fixed at $50,000. Damaged. Philadelphia, Pa., April 22. The Deleware Kiver Chemical works were damaged by fire this morning to the amount of $60,000. Insured. Got One Devil. , April 22. Lieutenant ift, a c ,T ltn a troop of company "B, Tucson Leads, with sixth cavalry, had a iunning fight with the hostiles to-day. He killed one Indian, but was obliged to retreat on account of the numerous superiori ty of the Indians. Colors and Shapes -IN Stiff Hats! OPENED TO-DAY AT MOSES 4 Villi WAGNER BROS. A British Growl. nects. or that the United States has a sha(low 0f crrotind for addressmo- eith : ministers of the crown. More Clerks, Washington, April 22. Tt is prob- able that the house appropriation, committee will report in favor of in- ? 1.1. . i . 1 creasing tne ciencai iorce in me I pension office to a number sufficient to Driug up tne work m pension cases I now so much in arrears. One Free. Wash in t ton. An ril 22. Tndcrf WvIia- granted the motion to quash the in- j dieted in the cases of Berdell, in j dictment in connection with the star rollte fram3 on tne around that the de- ffendant, beimy indicted under the I T name ofM. Berdell instead of his full ' name, Montford C. Berdell, is not ed Morey letter affair, which Daven port is inTestigating. What ar They For? Washington, D. C, April 22. It ;is stated t0.day that the nominations of Henrv Payne, Jas. F. Gardner and j Jackson Orr of Colorado, will be sent 1 to the senate Monday, as members of the ute commission. His Last Papers. London, April 22. The Times says it is supposed that the budget to be presented to the house of commons, next Monday, will be the last Glad stone will submit. HUH STREET WIS THIS AND RAG WAREHOUSE. aKaBlfPaiaaaaaaaK I. E. AUGUST MEIER, (For four years in the enploy of D. A. Clarke.) ' The Only Practical Upholster in the City MANUFACTURER OF Parlor Se1s. Bed Lounges. Patent Rockers, Mattresses, Etc. My material being purchased for cash, and as I do my own manufacturing, I am enabled to do better work and sell cheaper than any other house Eepairing neatly done. All work warranted. Orders by mail promptly attended to. I will not lis undersold. Factory over D. A. Clarke carpet store, on "Third street. l-16d&wly. IP YOU ARE TROUBLED BY Disorders of the Bowels, or Kidneys, or Dyspepsia There is nothing better than a glass of the celebrated McAllister Springs Sulphur Water ! From The St. Nicholas Spring. Taken before breakfast every morning, it is sure to make one healthy and hm'i T u A - , , , sale by all druggists and saloons, J E. L. PHTPPS & CO. S21 OHIO STREET, GENERAL AGENTS. Fatally Shot. Cleveland, Ohio, April 22. Mar shall Snodgrass, of Crestline, was fa tally shot last night by a supposed tramp, whom he endeavored to arrest on suspicion of carrying concealed weapons. j Skin Diseases Cured. , By Dr. Frazier's Magic Ointment. Cures as if by magic. Pimple, Black Heads j or Grubs, Blotches and Eruptions on the I face, leaving the skin clear, healthy and beautiful. Also cures Itch, Barber's" Itch, Salt Rheum, Tetter, Ringworm, Scald Head, Chapped Hands, Sore Nipples, Sore t Lips, old, obstinate Ulcers and Sores &c. ! SKIX DISEASE. j R Drake, esq., Cleveland, O., suiiered , beyond all description from a skin disease j which appeared on his hands, head and I face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. The I most careful doctoring failed to help him, j and after all failed he used Dr Frazier ; Magic Ointment and wa-s cured by a few I applications . J$9?The first and only positive cure tor j skin diseases ever discovered. Sent by mail on receipt of fifty cents. ' Henry !t Co., Sole Propx. o2 esey street, New 1 01k. Will n-rk r .Tail I Dnldin A m il oo r is stated his paroU - ltliat Pitip11 will sm .PmW ' . im. ?. t - ivu mam nam jaii, ioay. THE I GREAT GERMAN REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, SORENESS or TBI CHEST, SORE THROAT, QUINST, SWELLINGS SPRAINS, FROSTED FEET EARS, General MljMx TOOTH, EAR HEADACHE, ALL OTHER FUNS A9B No Preparation oa earth equals St. Jacom Oit a a lira, seas, si a rLB and cbxat External Kemedj. A trial eataila but the cotaparatitelj trifinftoaUaj of 50 Casts, aad Tery oat suffering with paincaa hay cheap aad poeitire preof ef iU claim. BIKXcTION9 U ILEY1S LA36CA6BS. Sill IT ALL IMMISTS AM IEAIEIS II MEIICIIL A. VOfiELER & CO. Baltimore, Md., V. 3. M S. N. LEWIS, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in RAGS, SCRAP IEOKa AND ALL KINDS OF METALS, Cor. St. Loais aDi f asMitoi Ayg. North of the Miatouri Pacific B. B. Correspondence Respectfully Solicited.