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BAZOO. VOLUME 13. SEDALIA, MO.. TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1882. NUMBER 48. SEDALIA We are Havirg a BIG TRADE ! 1 Fatally Shot. .Special to the Uslkvo. Appi.kton City, May 13. George Mason, aged twelve years, son of , Ed. Mason, president of the Merchants' National bank of this place, accidentally j shot himself this afternoon with a revolver. The wound is supposed to be fatal. Mr. j ' Mason formerly resided in Sedalia. THIRD Grand Opening 10 BEGIN MAY 1, ON FINE PARASOLS, AS THEY ARK CHEAP AND STYLISH. We have the Boulevard, Pongee silk, lace trimmed. Black and colored satins. Hbw style shawls aad silk dolmans. Big drive in hoee and gloves, bought very cheap. Newest thing in linen handkerchiefs. White goods of all kinds for graduat- j ing dreoaes. $10,000 worth of dry goods alone, bought of Chase & Cabot, who are sacrificing to The mulatto child given birth to by . quit the business, j Ifattie Williams, Thursday night, at the : These goods must be sold, and sold soon, i residence of Mrs. Howe, on Third street, , PRICES WILL MAKE THEM MOVE. which was referred to at length in Friday's i A fow fllnmw, rsn nnt f.;i tfl ..w Kazoo, has proven a source ol no little j in annoyance. J pis a u o ,i The party charged by the woman with $, bordered CftUUterpanes reduced to 50 being its father denies most emphatically , Cnts are "Who is the Father ?" .t i. ;.. . i - 1 .1 uiat sued is me c:ise aim no no are Tinsel dresg dg WQrlh -Q states the truth. ! "T ., 4,.io k uaic luncio iu vcuio a pais. lame linens 22A cents a yard. Half wool buntings 10 cents a yard, The woman left the employ of Mr. Sul livan on the 24th of August last instead of three weeks ago, and it is said bas been notorious for many months ptst. It would probably bother her not a lit tle to tell who is the father of the kid. J.M.Clute&Co's D. A. CLARKE. Q.C.HbLAUQHLIH!CA!RPETS UNDERTAKER. Remember we sell these goods for less than wholesale prices. The shoe stock was not neglected. A young raft of late style lad it's, gents' and children's shoes to be opened Monday. Visit our store. Examine our stock. Buy our goods. RED STORE. 207 OHIO STREET. BBaBBaPBiBBF' A aw BBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBa9VBBfiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHaBBBBBBt 5 IHIHIIBflflBDflHfllHHHlHIHiHV Largest Stock, i I Lowest Prices, i i Newest Fanerns. the Will be the Quests of Chicago. BY TELEGRAPH War in the Republican Camp. Washington, May 13. Senator Mitchell expresses his views concern-, ing the Harris burg ticket in the fol lowing dispatch : j Major Geo. W Merrick, Welteboro, Fenn. : Right i? mighty and ever triumph- ant. I have done all for peace, but i -ar is inevitable not upon the men, but upon the candidates who have j lashed themselves to an unrighteous ? cause to curry the favor of holism, ' machinism and the use of the spoils , system to bolster up stalwart usurpa- a tion. 1 am against this erery where and forever. It is our plain, patriotic duty to put down this stalwart i oligarchy at any cost, that true repub-1 licanism and the republic itself may I thrive Organize, work and hght to the end. (Signed) Jno. I. Mitchell. California's Tichborne Claimant. San Francisco, May 13. Ferris, alias Sir linger Tichborne, the Cali fornia claimant, mentioned some months ago in these dispatches, is THIS GREAT GERMAN REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, LUMBA60. BACKAOHE, Finest of thelFine! SORENESS orraa CHEST, I SO RE THROAT. QUINSY, SWELLINGS SPBAINS, FROSTED FEET EARS, LADIES' HAND SEWED SHOES MAT TOP, FOXED And the beet All Curaeoa Kid Sizes I to 6. Grecian; Spanish . Arch N,Y, Lasts LADIES, SEE THEM. MOSES i VAN WAGNER MS, General Bodily Pain TOOTH, EAR n. Ar 10 ,IM 0 T . aain in the city. His attorney saw Chicafro, May 13. I lie St Lus recentlv he ibeen put in com.eclim, AJfD HEADACHE, Workmanship the best United States. in CNNrmrs, CASKETS, METALLIC CASKS aad BURIAL ROBE. NIGHT OFFICE, Bordering Fine Carpets A SPECIALTY. by mail and telegraph promptly at Untied to. Largest StocJ: of Furniture, in ihe Cily. 1 16 Wrat Second St., NED A MA 1IO. , of their acceptance of an invitation to visit Chicago, as the guests of the lo jcal organization, on the26thand 27th. jThe railroad companies have ten j dered special .trains and the Chicago club is planning various entertain- ! CORNICES LACE CURTAINS, conclude viih a srami banquet on the j evening of the 27th. j Poles and Sings, ; Cretonnes, Fringes, Rugs, Mats, Etc. CHEAPEST IN THE CITY. t and Cincinnati commercial clubs have -tu k ...,0 K ,:a. k: -c i n t i with three persons, resident or this notihed the Chicago commercial club! r... Ji,. : i . .null, ni luu u iii i iic uinjiiy ui tut; Tichborne family. One, Chas. Bsir den, was page to Sir Edward Doughty 1 A5D ALL OTHER PAINS i.1D Steamship Ashore. I Sandy Hook, May 1 3. The British Isteamshii) Plinev is ashore at Deal No Fropartiun oa earth equald Sr. Jacobs Oil u a ;ira, mrk. simLK xnd chxxv RxternAl Kemedj. A trial 6ntai! but the coniparatiTelr trifiinoutlk of AICs.hm. aad e?rjr cno atiiferin with pozneaa h&T8 choap aad pcKitivs pnof of iU claims. DKaTnChH IM SLEVE3 LkUVVkOWS. Tichborne, uncle of the recent public administrator or vuolumn county. Another is a woman living in Alembia miTitr urlin ww in f lin nrMtihw-rf lirk. ..-V. 1"V ." SOLI If AIL IIMMSTS AMI IIALCIS III MCI ItlML family tor twelve years, and married, VOGELER & CO. in 1855, in the' Tichborne private' Baltimore, Md.l v. s. jl chapel. Ihe third is a man formerly; ? employed as gardener for Henry lien- e borne. These three rnet Ferris at the ! attorney's office, and after conversa tion, recognized and acknowledcea The Versailles Journal, by the Mit- souri ublishin company, with (cJeo. A. j Cook, formerly of this city, in the editorial chair, arrived at the Kazoo ofice Friday evening. Its typograpr ical appearance is ; what have been expected under Mr. Cook' superintendence being almost beyond criticism. It is stalwart republican, aad promises to uo tnucu lor the party in Morgan county. The best wishes of the Ba7X)0 are extended friend Cook in his new venture. Stanley Bros. always have a good, fresh supply of veg etables and country produce and don't you forget it. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. NKW YOKK STOCK JtARKKT. JJkw York, May 13. .SWk." were irregular but generally firm, Nortli wttern and New Jersey Central lKiug .strongest. WINDOW SHADES, All Colors and Patterns, and they "Can't Tsar Off fte Roller." ; i beach. The posKngenaud crew were g'zl safel v landed. i l",n a8 B,Ser 'borne. later. j Woman Suffrage. DealBc-cli. May . 13. The steam-,1 Washiust.m. May 13. In the! ship Piiney is high and dry on the beach and will p id):iblv be a total 1 los?. She has 2G 000 bags of coffee ' on board from Rio Jauerio. NEW YOISK MARKET. Nkw York, May is. Wkeat A trifle botter, but Tery quiet. I can save you from 10c to 20c K?r vard on CARPETS, MONEY MARKET. Nkw York, May i:t. May S per cent. Prime Mercantile 5 per cent. Bar Silver-1 14. Kxchangt Steady. QoTernnieuts Irregular. .States Dull, Kai roads Dull, firm. Stocks Continue dull, but are featureless. Bonds Sixes extended, I Vi ; is, 1 01 ; 4K. 3 1J; 68,1 20. Third St., Sedalia. East, nf Sichers.' Desperadoes Killed. ! Ft. Garland, Col., May 13. A : special says Dick .Rogers, a cowboy, J was shot dead bv soldiers, and Jim j Cation, the Paghas Springs stage rob ber, fatally wounded, yesterday even jing. These tlepenidoes had got drunk, terrified the town, and were senate, the select committee on woman suffrage, by a vote of three to two, I agreed to recommend to the senate for adoption Senator Lapham's joint resolution, proposing the following ' ameudmeut to the constitution: Article 16, section 1. The right of' fCitizeiH to vote shall not be deuied k or abridged by the United States, or bv anv state on account of sex. J Article 16, section 2. Congress shall have the power, by approval of " o Ml OHIO STREET, Q PILOT GROVE NEWS. " i i. l : , trying to run the soldiers out of the , ? , cululue "e Pvteioiw 1 fort. Large rewards were offered for OI " 18 ar"te i Cation in Texas. S. W. Swearinger visited Boonville j I Saturday. i A 820,000 Fire at Minneapolis. RAILROAD STOCKS. Nkw York, May 13. I Stoeka Chicago & Alton, fl Zix Canada . South -iam, 61; Cleveland t Columbue, 743.4; Delaware, Lackawanna & Western. 21; Kansas t Texas, 31 ; Western Union, 84. Mr. Dills and wife, of Bell Air, Mo., j Minneapolis, May 13, A tire, early were in town Saturday. this dest roved What young men wear tiny mustaches 'seven frame stores 011 b mh Washing and curl them with care? j ton avenue, owned by E B. Moore Jas. Calahan and wife, of Bunceton, and C. M. Tittler, valued at. $11, were iu town Wednesday. 0oa Amonff the heavest losers were 8T. LOUIS LIVESTOCK MARKET. St. Louls, May 12. HogB Active, firm. Light to beat Yorke 8, $6857 10; pa-lking, 257 75 ; butchers to fancy, $7 7508 00. Receipt, 1,900 ; shipments, 700. KANSAS CITY LIVE STOCK MARKET; Kaksas Citt, May IS. HogE Receipt, 2,555. The market is firm and attire and to 10 ccntB higher than vesterdy, at the range of 6 009 57)4 ; bulk of safes, 7 u07 25. Cattle Receipts 112. The market is active and 10 cents higher than yesterday, or 1525 eenU higher than Thursday's prices on good cattle, especially butcher stutl'. ST. LOUIS MARKET. St. Louis, May 13. Vlov Flat. Wkeat Opeaed higher, delivered and close 1 wk. Ko. 2 red, $1 S j1 35 vah ; No. 3 do, 1 24I 25) ; No. 4 do, fl 14. Corn-Slow, 76J$77tf caah. Oata Lower, 54 cash. Whisky Hicher, $1 16. Provision Pork, strong, $19 10 bid cash ; drv bait, higher, strong, sh., 18 M ; fr., f 11 0 ; ?d, fll 50 ; bacon, higlier, firm, sh., $8 75 ; sr., S12 00 ; sc., $12 25 ; lard, nominal, $11 S . ay, w. fuL CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MaRKET. Chicago, Ma Hogs Receipts. 7,000. Active, firm and fully 10 cents higher. Light mixed packing, $7 157 60 ; liwavy, it 758 10. CatUe Receipts, 4,000. Firm. Exports, $7 40 $ 50 ; good to choice shipping, $6 S57 30 ; com mon to fair, $5 806 00 ; mixed butchers, $2 75 lM 40 ; stockers and feeders, $3 00Q5 00. CHICAGO MARKET. Chicago, May IS. Wheat Weak, lower. $1 24. Ourn Weak, lower, 76. Oat Weak, lower, 52. Rye Unchanged. Barley Unchanged. Whisky $1 15. Provisions Pork, stronger, $18 8718 90 ; steady, $11 37. lard, KANSAS CITY MARKET. Kaxsas Citt, May If. The Commercial Indicator reports : Clearings, 404,800. Wi.eat Receipts, 6,601 ; shipments, 1,367 ; in store, 98,641. The market is weak and lower. No. 2 cash, 1 17(il 19 ; No. 3 cash, 99 ; June, 90 bid, 92 ask.d. Corn Receipts, 2,163 ; shipments. 2,865 ; in store, 5,019. The market is weak and lower. No. 2 mixed, sash, 74 ; May, 73 ; June, 73 bid, 74 asked. Oats No. 2 cash, 5555. Butter Steady, 1314 for choice. Eggs 16. How to Save. All hard workers are subject to bilious attacks which may end in dangerous ill ness. Parker's Ginger Tonic will keep the kidneys and liver active, and by pre venting the attack save much sickness, loss of. time and expense Delay at such times means danger. BOtB EOTATOES AT WB8Tt6. Ihe gadders were on the streets, ri usual, every evening last weok. There will be a stock show here on the 20th of May. Bring in your stock. E. C. .Moore commenced work on a barn for J. V. Roe, Wednesday morning. W. G. Pendleton, of Colorado Springs, Texas, formerly of this countv returned j Monday. Deputy Sheriff L L. Williams and Dr. Miles, of Boonville, were in town Wednes day evening Mrs. J. F. Rogers, Miss Caro Harri man and G. M. Ross came out from Boon ville Saturday. Capt. M. H. Jewett, formerly of this county, returned home from Louisville, Ky., a few days ago. The M. E. church, south, has erected a very handsome gate in front of their prop erty, which adds much to the appearance. R. A. and J. H. Harriman visited their brother, R. D. Harriman, at Sprague, Bates county. They were prospect iug also. Ed. Hart was in town Saturday, and the machine men like to talked him to death. Buy one, Ed., and they will let you alone. Jas. Long was in town only sev :i times last week, and if the weather is good next week it is thought that he will still do better. Charlie King (colored) was placed iu the calaboose Monday for stealing meat, but was released next morning on giving bond. John E. Smith has made great im provements on our streets already, es pecially on Row and Main streets. Side walks will soon be finished. The young men met Monday night and decided to have a grand moonlight picnic on the 10th of June. Music will he furnished by the Pilot Grove hand. Miss Lillie Ewing, of Bell Air, an entertaining young lady, is visiting her sister, Miss Eva Ewing, instructor of elo cution in the Pilot Grove Collegiate In stitute. John Hardin and C. F. Whit, interant printers from St. Louis, spent the night in the calaboose covered by the overcoat of John E. Smith, city marshal, but were re- j leased early next morning and have not j been heard of since. j Miss Kate A. Cohoen, dry goods, 81,500; Aycklow Bros., liquor, 82,000 ; total loss, $20,000; no insurance. Killed for an Attempt on Gov. Overton's Life. St. Louis, May 13. An attempt was made,a few nights ago ,to assassi nate Gov. Overton, of the Chickasaw Indian nation, by firing into his house. A squad of Indian militia followed the trail of the party that did the shooting, overtook one of them, named Starrs, and killed him. O ct BBi The vote was : Aves Lanham. ! Blair and Jackson, 3. Noes George ffQ and Fair, 2. Absent Anthony and Ferry. 8 : Will sell you clothing, : hats, caps and trunks : cheaper than any : house in town. A Communication from Mrs. Gar- Master of the Situation. Cairo. May 13. Sultan Pasha has informed the Arab Bey that if the army insists on deposing the Khedive, Bedomns will enter Cairo. The Khedive evidently has Bedomns at his back and seems master of the position. field. Washington, May 13. Senator O Cleveland, O., May 8. Dear Sir : I have received your note with inclosed notice of pension granted for my husband's sake 1 am truly mindful of the generous kind ness shown the family of Gen. Gar field, not only by his friends, but by national legislation, and may I ask that you make acknowledgement of this in whatever way and by what ever expression ray gratitude seems to to you appropriate. With senti ments of high regard, I remain Very truly, yours, Lucretia R. Garfield. 0 ! - 1 SPRINGE'S, m OHIO STREET. Charged With Being Short in His Accoants. Salt Lako, May 13. A special says: John K. Bothwell, who fled from New York, short in his ac counts, is there and makes a general ; and specific denial of all the charges Assassinated by an Unknown j against mm. ne said : v un one Party. exception, all the mining companies he St. Louis, May 13. W. T. Mc- j is accused of robbing owe him and 1 I I!.. 11 1 . T.l -7.. .T.1wi olnnn lKA U.. U, VTiaugumi was wayiam una ass&ssina- nated, about two miles from Linn Creek, Mo., night before last, by some unknown person. The body was rid dled with twenty-four buck 3hot. iCeward Offered for the Abscond- ; guardedly. mgr mayor. Clark, who alone will lose by the trouble." Some of the New York papers had published the fact that he was coming here, and he knew nothing of the 'attachment suits. He talks very Congressional. Adrian AftMl Af:ir arvrwi 1 says: Sheriff Bid welfaud Prosecuting t Vashiagto.n Ma V iX, Attorney Watts offer $2,000 and the house the river and harbor bill city $1,000 reward for the capture of T. J. Marion, the absconding mayor. the wag ordered printed and recommitted. The effort to report the bill to sus pend the issue of silver certificates I and to limit silver dollars to the re- Treasurer Removed. Havana, May 13. The treasurer j quiremenU of the people met with ob of the Havana custom house, .Loner, i jectiou. relgrin, has been removed, because urapo then caned up tor con duties amounting to $5,000, owned by various firms, have not been collocted. Export of Wealth. New York, May 13. The Speria Warren left the Grove I exports to-day $200,000 iu cold Monday for St. Louiw, and after spending and $25,000 in silver, a few days there she expects to go to Ches- , tertown, Kent county, Alo., where she has Going" to Egypt, a sister. She will be gone abont two ta r.,,, i ti." t? u months. She purchased aery net dwel- Lr?ndou' 7 --t ?fe?ch ling from M. Kust juit before she left the Mediterranean squadron at Toulon has sideration the bill to enable the na tional banking association to extend the corporate existence. Mr. Crapo explained the provisions of the bill and explained why it demanded the action of congress. Grove. j betn ordered to prepare for Egypt. There are fierce brainstorms that shat ter a man's organization, his nerves shriek' for relief, and neuralgia banishes rest. At such a time, if the miserable sufferer would use Benson's Celery and Chamomile Pills, he would find perfect relief. O W o SH iH o 5 CQ bfj rH U Pi MAIU STEEET IRON YARD AND RAG WAREHOUSE S. N. LEWIS, WhoTlo and Betail Dealer in RAGS, SCRAP IROH, AND ALL KINDS OF METALS, N. . Cor. St Louis anil f asbigon Ait up North of ha Miouri Pacific R. B. Correspondence Respectfully Solicited. 1-UxUhrly AUGUST MEIER, (For four years in the employ of D. A. Clarke.) ' The Only Practical Upholster in the City MANUFACTURER OF Parlor Sets, 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 Repairing neatly done. All work warranted. Orders by mail promptly attended to. I will net bt undersold. Factory over D. A. Clarke's carpet store, on Third street. l-16d&wly. IP YOU AR3 TROUBLED B7 Disorders of the bowels, orKidneys, or Dyspepsia There is nothing better than a glass ofthecelebrated McAllister Springs Sulphur Watsr ! From The St. Nicholas Spring. Taken bfore breakfast every morning, it ia sure to Imakeone healthy and happy. For sale by all druggists and saloons. E. L. PHIPPS & CO. 321 OHIO STREET, GENERAL AGENTS.