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BAZOO. VOLUME 13. SEDALIA, MO.. TUESDAY, MAY 23. 1882. NUMBER 49 SEDALIA Bazar Patterns NEW STOCK. CATALOGUES GIVEN AWAY. Baby cloaks, dresses and hoods. Full line of open kid gloves. HI I I I B acK.white and cream viuviiriui.v v lace, new stock. I mnn onrl nlnnrO ill LImCM allU afpaua Ul,are matters of public concern and in-! sters from $1 to $3. k- . ,. . I That the prosecuting attorney was neW lOt. derelict in his duty was not charged, J m mm JAM ouh" m an indirect way. He was not ' M ClUySfc CO ' asSiliIe( as 11 nian' but asan omciaI . H Hf Jml 1 TTnUT TIT UNDERTAKER. COFFIHS, ETAI,L1C: CASKS and BURIAL, ROBES, NIGHT OFFICE, Orders by mail ami lvlgraili roniptlati4mlcdio. Jjargesl Stock of Furniture in the City. Jio. 116WcNtSeeoml St., 1-lWAwly. SED A LI A MO. D.A. CARPETS Largest Stock. ImtiPsf Pywpz I i ' , n Newest Patterns, i Workmausliip the best in the United States. Bordering Fine Carpets A SPECIALTY. CORNICES, LACE CURTAINS, j Poles and Eings, Cretonnes, Fringes, Rugs, Mats, Etc. CHEAPEST IN THE CITYs 1 WINDOW SHADES, All Colors and Patterns, and they "Can't Tear Off tk Roller." I can save you from JOc to 20c vard on per CAEPETS, Third St., Sedalia. East, nf Sicllers., A course ot lectures will commence at the Christian church, this city, Monc'av night, .July 10. The Methodist Episcopal church, south, is raising a fund for the purpose of securing a church bell. The Prospect street Congregational "church has had but three pastors in 1 00 , vears. us imra in inat period, itev. .1. li. Kuss, resigned recently. Klder J. A. Elliott, of Nevada, on "Wednesday evening, began a meeting in the Christian church at ITrieh to be con tinued two or three weeks. lr. Ditzler, a well known gentleman of Lamar, Mo , brother of the famous . . . , . - ! Jacob Dit.ler, has joined the Christian an hour before it is time to begin the services. Hereafter the evening service will commence in all the churches at promptly 8 o'clock. The second bells will ring ten minutes before S, stopping at S o'clock. Sinners and saints, you can take due notice of this change. The Distinguishing- Charm. A 'delightful fragrance of freshly gath ered flowers and spices is the distinguishing charm of Floreston's Cologne. CLARKE church at Lamar, and been baptized. i"""'- ' " i 1 A ' lL ,,a lwoms Mondav. They are protected -In Glasgow, Scotland, Mood v and -1ATl: M- , stated here that Marshall has de-; by eightv of PbikeiWs force. Xcv-' Sankey are gathering enormonr congreg:i-: ' . m.lt.hinorv I)rew ; cIlf ll llie n711Iml1 is feared as the, turns, sometimes estimated as high as lo,- fV1 m.unniLr i. il u inr iirtw at-hirge oil the reiillbllCail State ticket. trilrpr ImrA Inner nnrl r nun TCnu oil tl ,.;r .w.iA?i . Oil Cup will save oil per cent of oil. W rite 1 striKerjj nave Oeen Kile aO lOUgailU De- A WORD TO "PETTIS." In a recent r?sue of one of our city a, r papers there is a communication from someone over tne none ae piume oi . , . ... . i .1 . M'ettis, m which tne ; writer attempts, by simple denial, witiiout any snow j Chase a Labot, who are selling out to quit j of facts, to wipe out certain statements the business. 5 The goods were bought that war. i made by the Bazoo in reference to i The goods must sell that way. , ' the record made by the present pro- LA WN.s. ; 1 e carrv bv tar the largest stock in the j seeuting attorney of this county at!cjlv. Ekdu Jent lawns selling this week j the last term of the criminal court. This statement was made up from j 11 flip rrnrI t' that, poiivf hthI rrAnnot, w -.WVWAtu b . v u ;,, c;(i Tf at f-Ipor.l whs mi- g , mi. Heard un- fnrfnimtA m flip nrasecntion ot these ; fortunate in the prosecution of these cases, it is no iault of the publication. ! The facts stand against him and j whose duty it was, and is, to bring criminals to justice, his efficiency was (piestioued and that too in a most pointed manner. Having said that he was a candidate for nomination to J the office he now holds, and that he would, and did, stand on his record, 1 there was no breach of courtesy in pointing out that record and holding ' it up to public gaze. It is true that Mr. Heard did not secure a single con j victionat thelast term of the criminal court, and had not some of the in- . . L 2 ii i i ;bable that not one would have been sent to the states prison. ; "Pettis" complains of the distribu- ! tion of the paper containing the ex- J i pose, throughout the couuty, especial-: i ly to those democrats who do not sub- j scribe to the paper in which it appears. ; It is generally conceded that it is fair j ' to present the official life of any f any as-1 : piraut for office, if he has such record. I There is no moral or political wrong in imformiug the people of the stand-. msr and capabilities ot any man seek-, ing their suffrage, and it is the solemn : duty of the press to be the vehicle of" such information as will enable them iu itSL an liueiiiKeiiL vuik hi uie.T.Mj; put- I)rimaries where their candidates ire selected, as well as at the polls when - . e liic JaiLico iucct 111 tuuirau Thomas Jefferson aid down the test for every office seeker, and the ? democratic party has chosen rule. "Is he capable ?" Mr. Heaid is certainly honest, but does he meet the twin re- !n the J--.r,! He : buttne records against in m, ! inus lur- It behooves the domooratic party in this county to select only such men as can be brought before the people without fear of defeat. The light tms year )e not' aiK cose 110 1 weak points should be permitted in j the democratic ranks. Every point should be well guarded ; every can 1 didate be a man without the least : : trammel or trappings, which will in j any way hinder his swift and sure j race. It is all well enough to preach harmony in the ranks, but stupidity ior arbitrariness in the selection of candidates will be sure to create dis cord and bolting. Let men like : 'Pettis'' consider this. SPECIAL MARKET. closixi; yi otatiox.s j As furnished Mnviallv for the Kazoo, br I. II, Iani?,oniroiinn men-liani,2ttaiid-J'firhni- hrroicomim rce. V. 'V' l .sr. Lous, iv 22, a v. m. ; Louis... . 1 -.'n'.. . 1 I Aucut. Yenr, Corn. June, . 4 .lulv. Augut, Year, .1 une, .1 uly, August. Year, .1 unv. Chit Oat, vtt- ;to''- Corn Pork. for rirtMihir. Border, &!leck & Co., .St. ' Louis, Mo. All Well. Montreal treal,May 20. The Steamer vian, spoken to Thursday, off St ! Peru Pauls, is under canvass. Allare well. - - ?V He Declines. 1! i'S THAT HACKING COUGH can be! Phelps, Kew York.May 20. Wells so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We jcomet was visible to the naked eye, guarantee" it. For sale by all druggists, j last night, in constellation Cassiopea. NEVER BEFORE Were such gigantic bargains ottered as we ; .extend this week, and von wiH livelong" , -nKallolhJro mK)'rtunitv to purchase j at hkc prices. 1'itfv int; on thf ilnllnr i. Nip xcjiv wt! e! ; are sfsiIIgUterillg alI gootL, phed of Ior 5 tents. . CorXTKK PAXES. hxtra bargains rancy bordered '..r-tl. f..i- Ai'i i...ntv ses l III -..A A V i l T . V- - . ... . i ...i - . t -Marseilles reduced to Ji.w. :mii Sl iwv. i :nnrw I)Klv.Si;OOD. Plain wool tilling Vll cents. AWiol filling buntinjr 10 cents. Nuns veiling' worth 75 cents for oO cents. Cashmeres, all grades, low rates. NOTIONS. Lailies' white ribbed hose " cents, filove- 15 cents to $"1. Kid glove-. 75 cents to $1.50. I 'or.-ets .'5 cents to $1 50. .SHOES A XI) SLUTEK. A splendid variety. We cany a com I plete assortment o! custom made warranted irooos Do not fail to sive us a call. RED STORE. 207 OHIO STREET. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. MONEY MAKKET. Nkw Yjkk,M:iv Muni'V -l jtr ci'Ul. rrime Mviauitilc yt iit ccfii. KarSihT-5l 14s;. Kxchanirt Siuly. iiv-rmuent Finn. iatf bull. llai ro:ti MotU'm:;Iy atlivf, hiyhi-r. sie 1-Mi-mie.i i n1 yg. vwlf ;.. ..;.....VZ."."..". 2.I NEW YOKK MARKET NKv YyUK, May 2. Wheat 0!i-i.uir:h in ii-eiglnhs lonvr." (hill, UtlM'tlhnl. ICS W YoKK S'Pm K MAKKET. Nkw Yokk, Mav .'. ssiwktiou iiij:h.r. :St. i;au . MniKipoi a K"fkhimi. earn. KAlI.KOAJ STOCKS. Nkw York, May -J. I'hiiiiio 1 Alton... ...... .......... ......... .......... .......I .11 (uttutia Southern 1 ''l Cliwlapl v Iumlns- I l!: iMauar., l-ackauatuia a w-urn 1 '21 Kansas A- T?.a ..1 ..I m. W-terii Tnioii sr. i.ori. livestock MAUKKi. against Gen. Thos. S. Brady, John .sr. Lons, May 2. , r. Dorsev, Stephen Dorsev, 3Iont- 7."TS,: ?x?X nlifbrd C. Keerdel, Henry M.' Turner, 4 in't1 11 ? scTiMtfiDo; rcceii.is w "hllUIH'IllS, '2,ii. kansa ity live stock makket. Kansas Citv, May lu t&r .SfSyUS ; oo(.7 7o: hulk .siies,7 r0(fx7 50. ST. I.OITS MAKKET. ,st Lut'ts. May'.ti. Flour 1 Mill. un haiiK-L , ' Miv i;.V.i.y" hi. Vait, ;.,.,,, 1.11., : n.,thin-i..iuc; bacon, inuer, ivu ii. : iani. tlVllllll.lt. rilH'AtlO MAKKET. Clin a:o, May Wheat -Si roiiwr. hisln-r ; 1 'IV ,. rn Ea-icr ; Tlf. Oal W-ak ; Hye Soventy-sevt'ii. JJarlf y U nrli.ingt'd. Whijikv rtu-haiicwl. rriins VorV, trfni;. lii?h:r Jan!, -router ami hfctiii-r, 511 " liI "IIK'.'I' LIVE STtM'K MaBKET. Oik ..o, Mav, '2h tf.. . If .T . .. . . ...!... L-fi.tti.r..r .....1 III iviiujiiteher: liiit, 7 wf.i7 w : inixni .a. kin- . ST 10.7 wi: lir-avy, Si2. 1 ('auk i:.tripts. 1.2O0 : vtl.Mi and aitiw; ex- j.ort.s 7rH!y.is hi: to .h.iiw shippim;, , 7 VHol ! ; itmmioii to fair, 1 lo 7 0( ; lmtrh- vvs, $;wiyr.iw: si.H-kJw au-i ft- .i. r, s:. tart "'u- . SHILOFPS COUGH and Consumption m '" -IIUIIl 1 .ltl'1 t VJure is solo by ns on guarantee, it cures consumption. For sale by all druggists. Hope Revived. Chicago, May 20. Bishop Foss passed a comfortable night and this morning the symptoms are encourag-( i Tl A lr- . better, and the tendency to delirium ii 1 I'll v .ii ill-iKT.vii'i.'., , uii F-i. .-iiiiii. uuu am iv. i ,,.. . til . 1 I.. I.u.r.;..t.- 11.: . i.mr . .mri mpflp if thoir ! f"p "-iU,i ut.hm- ami nirtiu tor t-miuon, : statute oi limitations naa oeen omitted; l.n.sW I- l10,M"t-laJi.lM.-.tdv,aiidchwriuIinarctaU av. uc uvea auiouac uccu ur nouet, is Jie, -sertetL the acts beinL- in inakinc fraud- in", ms puise aim tempemiures areto,i isuifrbtPr wpva ouarrp incr. wIiph lias largely SUDSKieu. Memorial hospital, are contrib uted in Lumdon and Paris. Suspended. Boston, May 20. The larce metal ! importing house of Samuel May & Co. J? live ftreet' has suspended. are heavy. Another Comet. 1 09'i i i - . -, r supiM)sed the children desired to get 'Sv uasniVglon; u: iUa-v. -possession of their father's property.; ! Among the sufecriptions received by ker mother is in the insane asvlum. ireasurer uiiriuan ior tne vjrarneiu jBY TELEGRAPH CONGRESSIONAL. j A Brief of Yesterday's Pro- ceedings. HOUSE. Washington May 20. The senate amendment to the house , bill was agreed to, authorizing the re- ceipt of United States -old coin in ex- i change for gold bais. m Jill 1 lit 1 ' It I .-l I Lr in rliAti -! last m Hin nnn. ! .i. d electiou case of McKcv vs rir,....i . - 1 .I:.,:.. i South Carolina. Mr. Randall stated that there were reasons why his side j The yeas and nays being ordered, ; resulted": Yeas. 11 8 ; nays, 127 . legs than a quorum. i A call of the house was ordered and (iisciosea me presence oi niemners. 11 1.1 f'.llf 1 Tl. .1-. . ... 1 l,.l . 1 illc UUUI5 UC LIIC11 i;iU2CU UUU Illl order nassed directing the ser?reantat arms to t:ike into custody all absent A , meniDers and onng inem to tnenouse. Several members were brought to the bar and presented their excuse and were ilischarged. A t 2:30 o'clock business in house was still at a stand- I still. The democrats are firm in their , determination to oppose consideration j ofMcKey and O'Conner case, and the ! republicans assert that the issue ha v- t ing been made, thev will not yield un :i l..-.:;. u.,-. u i i i .i 1 .t i lii t ijuuiiiLu iui unaiiicca litis ut;cn secured, ine absentees on tne re- j publican side have been notified to re turn at once to the city and the re- public u leaders say that by Monday they will have m attendance aquorum I ui uiujr uwu )iirtj aim liiu grecuuuuK- ers, who will vote with them, and this case shall be disposed of before any other business is taken up. The " r l.: i 4-1, . . i l. present prospect, unless one side or , the other unexpectedly yields in, the house will remain m continuous ses sion until the pending business has been disposed of. i What Will It Amount To? Washington, D. C, May 20. The grand jury returned new presentments 1 r Miner. J. M. Peck and Harvev , , -j M. Vaile, charginjr them with con- spiring to defraud the United States i w connection with awards of star I route contracts. Four allegations of . overt ants, committed outside of the ulent claimc against the government, based on fraudulent allowance for in- SSL? JSSLfL 40 ed and finall v tlie date of the conspir- acy is brought torwant to May 23U, 1,373, The court issued warrants for t tne arrest ot tne aeienuants, return able Tuesday next. . . 1 1 t , Vague as its Editorials. did not desire to consider that case to- ...... u, t.. ..m.. a. ' ! ua. aim ' n," lu Ui WU5luir door ot Cardinal .AlcCabe's residence, ' i j ration and division. I he democrats re- andananer with the renresentation i -Vied framed from voting, leaving the house ftp n rnffill Im ;r Mt nn u. tiftnr sfMV ..nuhsing Chicago, May 20. Judge Barnum, in the circuit court yesterday, on dis solving au injunction and dismissing a iv. : kjjj jje( jjy several parties who claim they have a binding contract with the present management ot the lnter- Ucean. irivmsr them a controlling in- . . .111 terest in tuat paper, tne court nem tlvit thp nrnviinii of flip rnntmrt UML lIie pro lSIOIla OI LUC c o ill nit l were so vague that it would be impos- M , r rp . i... sible to enforce them. I his leaves the management of the paper in the bands 01 the present proprietors. 0 J w A Devilish Daughter. Muscatine la., May 20.-John Mc Menomon, farmer living twelve miles west of Muscatine, aged sixty five was shot and killed by his fifteen-year- 0ld daughter, yesterday. The father , """o" v-. ,rt ,. the girl s brother, aed eighteen, hand o .oo ' eii her a revolver, with which she shot : her father through the breast. It is May Get into Trouble. Detroit, May 20. One hundred 4 and ten Canadians arrived at Muske gon to-day, and will go to-work on the 'come destitute, are correspondingly desperate. Recess is Over. St. Louis, May 20-The Missotui I ress association arrived here this ( lUUlUIUjJ JU IUC ICIIUII XlVUl tll'll pleasure excursion to Galveston and other points in Texas, and will leave ! for their homes to-night. The party j is in good health and spirits and much j pleased with their trip. Bad for the Governor. Chicago, Mav 20. The Evening Journal's Little Hock special siiys that ' j the committee which has been investi-' ! gating the books of Ex-State Trea3- v urer, now uovernor, Ldiurcmll, tor the past fourteen mouths, tiled a re- ' port this morning. The deficit foots up 8114,81)0. ! The Smoke JDid It. Goodrich, Out., May 20. The ( steamer Quebec has arrived from ; LaKe superior, aim tue captain re- Porls l? steamer tiina and a large .,1 . ! 1 T - M steamer barge aground above Putnt Aux Paris, caused by heavy smoke from bush tires, which are very ' serious about Sault St. Marie. A Cardinal Threatened. Dublin, Mav 20. It is reported ' Cardinal McCabe visited Lord Spen cer, to-day. Don't Give Him the Chance. Washington, D. C, May 2U. .!.! I 1 1 . cnipnerii says ne aou t propose to ...r.U V ...tt'. UULHCl t 1LU llllUlgll UIKlirS CUIlim I lie anv further, hut hp will th tinli- -. lie, through the nress. the documents ...tr i .i w i - ' i i . wnicn tne commissioners declined to receive upon his terms, - ... A Suspicious Nose. w!asow, Y 2A 1,lau named yu-thy has been arrested on sits- !VCI" ot paying been concerned in 1 e F uoenix I ark murder, fie has f111"55 " 1S im"e.nf supposed to be olof. aml 11 lrtially healed wound on ins nose. BARGAINS EVERY DAY ! 1:2:3 OHIO STREET, CLOTHING, HATS and CAPS and GENTS' FURNISHING qqODS will only move ' stock before you buy; P e these days LOWEST Springe's Clothing House, 123 OHIO MAIN STREET IRON 7AED AND RAG WAREHOUSE 'SSSSSSHsSSKIs(kSISK - sssBfeklW. WssskissssssssssssssssssK i. I AUGUST MEIER, (For four years in the employ of D. A. Clarke.) 9 The Only Practical Upholster in the City MANUFACTURER OF Parlor Sets, Bed Lounges, Patent Rockers, Mattresses, Etc. My material !eing purchased for cash, and as I do my own manufacturing, I ui enabled t do better work and sell cheaper than any other house Repairing neitly done. All work warranted. Orders by mail promptly attended to. I will not M undersold. Factory over J). A. Clarkes carpet store, on Third street. IP YOU AR'il Disorders of the Bowels, There is nothing better than a glass of the celebrated McAllister Springs Suiptur Water I From The St. Nicholas Spring. Taken before breakfast every morning, it is sure to make one healthy u and happy. ror sale by all druggists and saloons. MBJSHSB L PH1PPS & CO. t IjI mM mmmam . j 321 OHIO STKEET, LIEBIG MALT EXTRACT. 1' 6 RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS or th- hUhf.t Jes of the Atlantic, as au invaiuaW Tonia ca.'ttf of Genertl Dbititr, Nervous De Conittttition aul Female Weakne!. MOTHERS, who suffer from powy of milk, ;eciflc for tLeir troubles. It utimvilates th) I duiuon. harj-rn the appetite. injiiorate au.l buiMs up tt 4 entire traitm. at;J excites a generous now or mi. WEAK AND SICKLY CHILDREN, -to from lattuile and wearineM. the result of disease, over itudj, or ' nrvom strain. wiM derive suhtautial bentfit from lt i:e. It rtores the ivMem to its uorxual cuudiuoa aud brings ( back the bloom of voutb. lllML.IL bUlltflLtJULII! J Will It U- iiii'.m inc inn naiwai ceoraiT ... . . uiiinun ain.kciA iifi ufc4iiiu lite, iuu ikuau iti-i iiicu.u. Wiien the ttomach U weak and refuses other nourishment , ae Kvtract wii; prove an excellent sbtit.it for foo-1. U ( nrither pal! upou th-j appetite nor offends the taste. i DELICATE FEMALES, who suffer .tma the weaknesses nr . n.ii8-t!.m. pimae ltiC Noud- tmuiates the appetite, ani w tne pint. WEAK AND DELICATE PERSONS GENERALLY. who require om nrtiSciat restorative and especiatlr those who are incline to t"onuciption will find this preparation riictlr luiteJ to their ned. It i aspeciQc for the Coagb and Nervoui AUeotioai uiuaily incident to a low state of the fvstetn. AS A FLESH RESTORER it possesses the hifhett value. The whole teudencv t it acti n is to stimulate the digestion f fat-pro.lucu fovis. anil its effect is invariably to giv fulIne.Mand rouudaestto the female form, and robustness to ibt masculine frame. THE LIEBIG MALT EXTRACT is a pare eoneentrated Fluid Extract of Malt, agreeable to the taste, and free from alcohol. It is readily retained on the stomach and contains none but wholesome and nourishing ingredients. The genuine preparation bears on the label a fine engraved likeness of Bahon vo Litaia and a faC of his Signature, at well aa that of A.VOUELKR & CO., Bltikom, U.. Sola) Agents for America. -AT- II SI Bin mi CLOTHING HOUSE ! on small niarsms. Examine our RICES SHALL BE LO TER THAN THE -AT- STREET. S. N. LEWIS, WholtMale and Retail Dealer in RAQS, SCRAP IROH, AND ALL KINDS OF METALS, Cor. St. Louis ant f asligon Ayu. North of "He Miouri Pacific Ii. K. Corrotpondence Respectfully Solicited. 1-18-diwIy TROUBLED BY orKidneys, or Dyspepsia GENERAL AGENTS.