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SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO.
VOLUME 13. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, JUNE 6. 1 882. NUMBER 51. X LINEN LAWNS, COTTON LAWNS, WHITE GOODS Of all kinds, Swiss Edge, White cream and black ; Lace. A new stock o Hose, Gloves, ladies' and chil dren's Vests. Parasols reduced in price to closd out. J KCMe&CojStfonpst Argument ! j - 5Pf ITT JlTTrXTT T W servce on tne I,art f an.v nieichant is the t igi t Wl p ii A i,J 1,1 fl ii 1 Am j numl)er of permanent "customers he se cures. Some carpet houses assume "tliat UNDERTAKER. corrors, CASKETS, METALLIC t:ASES and BURIAL ROBES. KIGHT OFFICE, Orders by mail and telegraph promptly at Uncled la Jjaryetsl S(jc; of Furniture in ihe Oily. Ko. 1 16 West Sei oml St., l-16d&wly. SEDALIAHO. DR, JACOB B. JONES. OFFICE AM RESIDENCE, Fourth street, letwecn Ohio and Lamine tstreets. (opposite court house .iure. SEDALIA, MO. TELEPHONE. l-12dCm DR. W. M. CARTER, i Surgeon Dentist, j Successor to Dr. L. O. Ellis.) All work done in a scientific manner. Satigfac tion guaranteed. l-10diy. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. NEW YORK MARKET. New York, June Stocks Weak ami lower: Louisville & Nashville fell otl'11 awl New Jersey Central r., Denver, alw rominent in decline; about 11 o'clock this morning he New Jersey Central recorded l) Wheat Very quiet and a trifle letter. MONEY MARKET. New York, J uue Money 31- per cent. Prime Mercantile per ceut. Rar Silver 14. Exchangt' Steady. lovernmentii Regular. States Dull and unchanged. Railroads Fairly active and lower. Stocks Irregular, hut generally firm. Bonds Mxes extended 1 lives 1 01 Four-and-a-half? 1 H1 Fours 1 20)$ Celtic takes out l!!5,0i)0 pounds in silver bats. RAILROAD STOCKS. M Kff York, Jniie hitigo A- Alton .1 '.'MV. Canada Southern 1 leveland &. (.'olumbus. M.l 70 Delaware, Lackawanna A: Western I H Kansas t Texas 1 Wttern Union 1 S2 " ST. LOU IS'M A RK FT. St. Louis, Juno". Flour U nchajjged. Whtai Better; No. No. :i do 23 : No. 4, do 11 2 red,Sl 2S&1 29 i-as "orn Cash, higher ; 74(a,7n cash. ats Better butslow at 5fi-;,J cash. Whisky Steady ; Si 16. Provisions Fork, firmer at 20 bid, cash : dry salt, strong ; sides, IS 65 ; .shoulders, $11 sugar cured, Sll 75: baom, higher; shoulders, $12 20; sugar ured, $12 fi. : lard, nominal. ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK MARK FT. St. Louis, June Hogs Steady and sirci ; igs and light Yorkers. S7it7 25; heavy Yorkers, i7 iiOJf" 65; packing, 57 6017 90; butchers to fancy, SSgSSO: receipts, shipments, 1,500. CHICAGO MARKET. Cmc.JUi(,.Tune::. Whe:it Irregular and lower; No. '2, spring Si 27. Corn Weak and lower ; 71 V t ats Irregular at 50 cents. liyr Lower ; 75. Barlev Nominal. Whisky Higher; SI IS. Provisions Pork, firm at ?1 70: lard, stead v at Sll M. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MaBKET. Chicago, . I tine;:. Hogs Receipts : l'0fiu ; fairly at'tive ; choice, r Iruhcr; ther, easier ; common lights l(a VI fair to choice liRht, 7 C08 ; 'mixed packing, 7:t(a&r: heavy. SS&S.V.. Cat tl Receipts. 12,(Ki ; tea(v : exports, 8 GO . iy m : shipping, r, 78 10 : hutch ers, S2 305 4o : i.rai Texans, Sr.ra .", 4U; etockers and tetnlers, $i(a4. KANSAS CITY LIVE .STOCK MARKET. Kansas Citv, June 3. Host Receipts. 11W8 ; market strong at rester ay'b prices, and of the samcqualitv as that of veateraay : i tops averaged 245 iiumLer of pounds Hhl, S00 ; hulk tales, 750&7S5 Cattle Receipb?, 1,142 : market unchanced : irood. wll fatted natives, strong and as high as any day this season ; Texas, slow and dull and doing no'thiug except oa the hest i00 and upwards, which are helling at S3 50g4 00. SPECIAL MARKET. CLOSING QUOTATIONS, As furnished specially for the Bazoo, by D. R. Francis, commission merchant, 203 and i-6 Cbain ber of Commerce. St. Louis, June 2, 3 p. m. Wheat. June, St. Lotik. S 1 211$ Jnlv, i osji " August, " Year, C'rR, June, July, " August, 2 03 1 04 i ear, it ............. ats, June, J nly, it .'I ;; - w , "lr' ,. r n, July, Chicago rd,' Z1Z1Z1ZZ1 n hy. 7 ! Ce Pork, LHrd Statu weather on cowl Over 200,000 Howe Scale have been sold, and the demand is increasing continu- j ally. Borden, Shelleck v Co , Agts., fct. , Louis, Mo. THE After all, the best test of acceptable a bird in the hand is worth two in the I bush," and take chances on their custom- j ers return after he has been once plucked. "But, alas, the supply of new customers S finally run out and it is only a question of time when the "ARTFUL DODGER" is left without any more lambs to shear, j I have a large and rapidly growing con stituency, to which 1 refer with pride. Many of my patrons have dealt with me ; have their houses furnished. The verdict of the public is that my , Carpets, I Oil Clnt.lis Linolemus and Window Shades that "can't tear off the roller," are THOK .A!! s-h1In " nun TXJnl , OUGHLY RELIABLE, and 1 lay more stress upon this point, than any feature ot my business. Downright honesty is T - . 1 I .S J insist upon, uotn as regards tne 111 . facture of my goods, and in the treatment of my customers. AVe make mistakes ;wmetimes-whodo(siiot?-biit the man does not nve who can truthlully assert that when informed of a fault in my goods , that I ever refused to make it good.' DA s A XJTTT1 m " - I i M Ki SV Third St., East of Sichers.' climb." uXo stairs to The Miners Saved San Francisco. June 3. A Colo- j rado Virginia dispatch says to-night J penetrated the Alta drift six men with refresh rnftnts hments for the imprisoned minpra All wnra !pp hoimofo tn enable them to pass the belt of three or criminal proceedings, settled the hundred feet of foul air between the'affair by paying $3,000 in cash. It is entrance and end of drift. The pris- j ais said he is known in Chicago, oners were found in comparatively where he attempted the same or simi good condition. They had turned j ,ar game. n t - n. . .1 I waier irom tne ante into tneir ice water keg wlien empty, and twisted! thp.end of a ftomnrpWl air ninp inrn , a barrel and, standing around, breath- ed theair thus cooled asit zrose through the water. About midnight all were removed from the drift. whistles along the lode signalling! j me eveni. ine Domes oi rennetii atki i Colohau. who persisted in attemntinir I ! a rescue by boat, were recovered. PILES 1 PILES ! PILES I 5 A Sure Cure Found at Lastl No ! One Need Suffer. a enrp rnr tor Riirwi Kioofiisur iti.;n .....w ....w ' -. ' ...... A7ikU ill. til llillh and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by ..oil.' v i Dr. William, (an Indian remedy,) called Dr. William's Indian Ointment. A siagle j instruments and electuaries do more harm ! than good. William's Ointment absorbs ' ' I tbe pors, allays the itching (particularly ; Kead vrnat the Hon. J. M. Comnburv ol ni 1 1 1 i T-v lir'll" . sa-vf T"T r' ""am-sinoian CnrAs. nnd it nflnrdR mp ipn,rA in nv i that I have never found anything which 1 gave such immediate and permanent relief j as Dp. vVilWs Indian Ointment. ! For sale by all druggists or mailed on receipt of price, $1.00. Henry & Co., Prop'rs. 62 Vesev street New York, , i Don t forget, before VOU PUrCIiaSe, tO Call at iv.lllS-, baker's cigar house, 113 Ohio street. INbw oatterns in wdll ; n i r . nanftr XT nnOrn KmQ I I r . - Boss Potatoes at West's Girls wrapped up in sheets so as to be J , unrecognizable were sold at auction to the highest bidder at the Congregational 1 1 i -sii -sr a cnurcn social in Clear i,ake, lowa, tne other night. Some of the boys got badly fooled. Bys who buy girls usually find them wrapped up in sheets, quilts, frilled pillow slips, cotton batting, and such things, after the bargains are struck and often get badly fooled. uox nas curea me worsi cnronic cases oi t : i 25 or 30 vears standing. No one need "4WUU6" euiuiituiugiiut umy suffer five" minutes after applving this . Denver, but also Cheyenne, Ogden wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions, 'ano- an Francisco. i at nigut alter getting warm in bed.) acts as i . i , . p3 M a poultice, gives instant and painless relief, actual ruig time beiBg twenty-two and is prepared only for piles, itching oi j hours and forty-five minutes. The the private parts, and for nothing else. J same train will reach Chevenueat 1 1:5 I ANNIVERSARY ! ONE YEAR IN OUR NEW STAND 207 OHIO STREET. We shall celebrate the occasion this week. We are happv. Our success is due to your patronage. You have rewarded us. we win rewaru vou, n low prices win ! do it. In the luture, as in the past, your interest shall be consulted. . j WTTFTT j . xruo wirji will be especially an interestinjr one. an interesting one. i Prices will touch bottom. Those who 9 , have r i.,. ...:n nii t n and examine the bargains In our Dress Goods department. In our Silk and Satin department. In our Lawn and White Goods depart - !Tfmr n(, Kmhm:li fif.nar, j In our Lace and hmbroidery depart- . In our Parasol and Kan department. In our Shoe department. EEC STORE. 207 OHIO STREET. Gr. J. Lesare, N D E R 1 K i ii 1 31a OHIO ST., SEDALIA, MO. Loams, L-askets ana uuriai uitsMjr - ur- HE HAD WEALTH TO GET. ! 1 ne Harp 1T1CK nayed Dya. I ixentleman Irom tne Soutn. Gentleman from the South. His Oily Tongue Runs Smooth. St. Louis, June S.-ULief of Detec ef,wf,km,srleft here 'f : bnelbvville, lenn.. armed with ht for a re - . 1 f a sfw ; qiusition ior me arresu 01 ivooeri o. ; Montgomery president of the Savings, R ttirmll A, f cr-rani rinuiw in this h t f S1q 000. He induced 'r . , e the firm to make large purchases of grain on bis account, pretending to be exceedingly wealthy etc. They were duped by his plausible conversation and, consequently, when he asked ! them to draw drafts at three days thev erranted the indulfrence. Montgomery immediately sold the grain and pocketed tbe proceeds, paid. It! )vuile the drafts were never paid is learned that Montgomery had play- ed some trlck 011 bauiuei A bous to tlie tune ot sy.UUU. but on threat HOLD YOUR BACK HAIR Tf You Ride on Anv of thP Pol "s jr Dangerous, , . time . -" between the Missouri river and Den ver beiug made by rival railroads is ; ' attracting a good deal of attention. he Atchison Tojeka & SantaFe made tue lTSi move, announcing a sched- uietimeoi twenty-eignt nours tween Kansas City ana Denver. The 1. f a a a 1 X r a t Iiw it ah r r w - mlii(iwAttt what oailK at place. -UOUlgOinery naSPa,auol,lcl jvaiviuaj un au luuiaiuaii, Z 1 r .1 1... I. 1 : I. I fnr the m iirilor nf tVioco frirlc Tt tvc ' anil-j wen luiucicii uy inxs jiiiiim juj y liere x,v v ..v, . on the charse of defrauding Geor?e!his testimony that convicted Win.. xvaiiMus i acme; uivisiou or uie union .. ij tr j: z- a. ii i Pacific retaliated with a twenty-six hour train, and now announces a'new xJejrmuinc to-morrow, the trains will leave Kansas City 9:45 a. m., and rpsloh Tp,.vpr pvt. mnrmncr. tlm n m nr in twantir.covon lii.o ,wl 5 I BV MS VTA A- ss VU av T ftj w V AJ A1JAM.Z I h f coimectiu "witl a half. nnnnPP.Hncr with th nvprlnnrl 1 wr ban Francisco. A similar record is made to the east. The Union Pacific threatens to make a hot I fight now and bring about even faster I time. Thft Biirlinrfnn will nnn gin to run its passenger tmius audj will, probably, be a lively factor in j tue nt s vet there has lieeu no j cutting of rates. 1 . j A Delightful Novelty. i Ladies prefer Floreston's Cologne he ; cause they find this lasting combination of! ierfunies"a tieiigmfui hoveicy. : Kev. Dr. Weaver's paper at the Ken tucky Baptist n tinkv Ratittst mn;tpr:, mpMtncr rtu ilann. ing, which took the ground that dancing was no more a subject for church discipline ' 1 . "T 1 l I ,' r ' - .ww.ma.. KJ Al UttU iiiau tuvciuusue iiuu Miuuar cillircil- member characteristics, brotherly breeze. raised quite a fopular illustratea book (zoo pages) oa Manhood! WoMASnaon Mi'tenr.rt ImDedimcnts to Marriaft. V- c- cure. securely sealed. tvt.TWl. fnrco cents, by Dk. C Whittiei. 6i7 St. i Ckarles Street, St. Lwiis, Mo., the erctf i acu ma woriu i a BY TELEGRAPH THE STRIKERS. They Hardly Know What j They Want or Will Do. South Chicago, June 3. The situ- ation at Irondale is practically un j changed this mornW. The men will i u . i xv I uold a secpet meetmS th,s afternoon to j take action upon a telegram alleged to k ! take action urjon a telegram alleged to uQTTO upn it7Prl fmm Prpairlput I T nA- u:.i ottuuuuius luc mew wuscmcui ownjudgment as to whether they stay out longer or not. There is a strong lr i: l u: : :T ' itrtjuiiji licit; ciiia luuiuni" iuut it ' Wftni,i advkablG to rontinup i work until the I5th, while the com- ti-.. '.. -.i. f mittee at Pittsburg is conferring with HIUIPP 311. II.ISIIII I w IV fl 111 MITIHU- Willi 1 the manufacturers. Some of the men are loud in their i denunciation of President Jarratt, ! claiming he should not consent that J the men should do anything different I from Pittsburg. Wding men among the iron workers express great conli- ' deuce in Jarratt. However, there j will probably be a split among the ii ! er to go to work .Monday, till the 15th ! pending the arbitration, or whether to ! stick out until Pittsbun? sins the ir i r cir- iir- nil fill i ; To-dav is the semi-monthly pay day at the mills. The men are all quiet and orderly. Between twenty and thirty thousand dollars are being j disbursed to the men. ! " " George Ellis Hanged. ; i Cincinnati Ohio, June 3. A Times tar special from Oattlesburg Xy, isva mocirmi mni, nt fnmn lnoi- this morning, came bv rail from Ash- ! land, took Joe Ellis out of the Jail al ! Cattlaburg .ml took him to Ashland near tue scene 01 murder and outrage 1 tne Gibbon's girls last December eril lo rvsl lifni r r oni iiiAiti iuu uangc mm a saamun Geo. Elli3 was convicted of e tree, mail- Real and Ellis Croft, who are now in I jail at Lexingion Kentucky, and Geo. Fllianml thnw tu-n wnv fL-r.n In- ; ils ad these two weie taken b I "ver irom L-attlesburg, under miJua- j rv escort,, last sJaauary, to escape the . lub. i A Monster Elevator. 1 iSew York, June o. Several 2sew York receivers and shippers will be interested in an elevator of capacity ' nnnne x ,i , i, i for 1,500,000 bushels, to be built ItG00D3 wl11 only move these j New Port News. An inspection equal 5 to JNew lork omcial inspection will ue estaonsnea ana certincate3 ot re ceipts issued its soon after the arrival of grain as from New York elevators. Qot a Copper. New York, June 3. A dispatch from Little Rock, Ark., says after five days trial in the libel suit of Erber I & Stickler against R. G. Dun & Co., I fo,r $20'(K?. damages, the jury return - i ne juage neia, nowever, mat me re- j . porta of a mercantile agency, given in good faith to its subscribers, were pn- i vileseu communications. How It Works. New York, June 3. Representa tious of the Troy Iron works say the f orders are so large they cannot fill oe-.tnem ine local manutacturers ot nails report immense orders from I Pittsburg and from speculators in i t- a . i i iitsourff ai consequence of the strikes in the iron I regions. i A Weak Reed. Washington. D. C. June 3. No! opinion can be delivered on .Reed's last motion in the Guiteau case until ! Monday. It's believed the decision ' will be very short and no doubt is en tertained that the motion will be posi tively denied. They Are Bricks. Chicago, June o. One brick uiak iug firm, yesterday turned off 40,000 ; M rm, yesieraay lurneu on W.UUU H"ck' emp oying non-union men and 1 as other firms, will run lIie,r IUU Pcuy next weeK. -The shoers for the" million, Moses & Van Wagner, have just placed in position iu lleir salesroom on Ohio street, one of the elegant signs fumished by Stacy, Ad- .amscco.oiisosion. uisaoeauty. Look at it and buy your foot gear of Sedalias pride, the hoot and shoe notise of Moses & Van "Wsgner. For the best cigar go to the (Jem drug j store. t t t i . w ctmaiey Ccupet room. " , Benaying Themselves. Louisville. Kv.. .Tune S. Nnt1,?.r ' . - ' - a new has develorvpri m flip imn unrL-c :: : r 1 stake id thia city to day, and every- 2 ver v- SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what vou need for Constipation. Loss of Appetite. Dizziness and all symptoms of Dvspepsia. 1 Prlc 1( and 75 cents per hottle. For sale oy an uruggisis. MAKING MONEY. The Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad. New York., June 3. The quarter ly statement of the Western Union ! company will be made and the re- i ?lar quarterly dividend declared on - 1 Wednesday, June 14. i 90 An insider says the Hannibal & St. Joseph company is doing an immense cattle business. The earnings will snow a decided wcrease irom mis time on. With thfi return of Forbes . ' . J t is expected the negotiations for the sale of the road to the Chicago Bur- I lincrmn it Oiiinw nnmnanv will hp rp- i o v j r - - nt'sumed. In this connection the re- nioval increase in C. B. & Q. stock is 1 QiTfTfroiVn , w w A Canada Blaze. Quebec, June 3. Grand Trunk anu sneus, aim lonnu- ion Ontario & Qeubec emigrant sheds and offices at South Quebec were burned last night. Several Inter Colonial & Grand Trunk cars also burned. Benoitfs hotel, adjoining the t station gutted. Loss variouslv estima- ted from one to 400,000 dollars, accord- ! lng to value of the freight in the sheds. Tftiriflf TT?o Orrn lVi?nn?vif Washington D. C. June 3. The I house resumed consideration of the Alabama contested election cases, : Wheeler being accorded the floor to close the argument on his own behalf. Stand Back, Mr. Dutchman. t . T 0 T Berlin, June 3. The Krenz Zer- (lra attentlon to the growing . ee"" n?s.u "J" l0. mans pene- 'WJ blShest y ' BARGAINS EVERY DAY! SPRINGE'S CLO 133 OHIO 1 CLOTHING, HATS and .stock before you buy ; PRICES SHALL BE LO'VER THAN THE LOWEST Springe's Clothing House, 123 OHIO ; . - I . mmmwmtsm. m.mwmmmmmm$ T3fMVmT. JK sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssK ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssP AUGUST MEIER, HVir foir vmtq in ihc orrtrylnfr nf TV A HarVA m ws J vsmw J v s smmmm W J 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 aa , enabled to do better work and sell cheaper than any other house Repairing neatly done. All work warranted. Orders bv mail promptly attended to. I will not to r undersold. Factory over T. A. Clarke's carpet store, on Third street. l-16d&wlr. . TTT 1 3 f f H fl Mft AT I fl 1 H Wild I LUG JTCW D16 Ill- ; - Ought to Enow. Where they can buy the best oc bar of soap. Where they can get the best and cheapest coffee and tea. Where the best Hour that is made on earth is for sale. Where the choicest bacon pickled pork, hams and smoked tongue are to be found. Where every quality of canned fruits and meats are kept. And finnllv uhpvp t.Iip rploKrafp1 TT EMTT.rsV .l-o aA nmnlrAw. v "-' -w uvhvm,v t be found in every variety and of the picnics, and for travelers. , r a - i i . ! .t,." " " Tf r19 , , 1 i t , . iuuiiu u.iii.ft uiitaLCs 1111 tiiiiiiiu ii ii ininmenta hnrnh sorian pq hnntmn- ri? m tot-rnv wrr.T. rp f a REDUCTION WILL BE MADE. L. PHIPPS & CO. 321 OHIO STREET, GENERAL AGENTS. sssssli LIEBIG MILT EXTRACT. i mm mm mm urn mm mm mm mm mm mm mm m RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS of the bUhit eminence on both lidea of the Atlantic, mi an inratuable Toaio and Kettortive in casea of Genrnl IHbilitT, Nrtou De pretiiOD, F.nfbld Coaititution and Female Weakneaa. NURSING MOTHERS, who suffer from poverty of milk, will find it a specific for their troubles. It itimalates tbe digtion.tharrHns the appetite, inTigoratea and build up th entire svstein, and excite a generoua flow of milk. WEAK AND SICKLY CHILDREN, who suffer from lassitude and weariness, the result of disease, over-studj. or nervous strain, will derive substantial benefit from its uie. It restores the system to its normal condition and brings back the bloom of youth. INVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS win nud l: ad mirably adapted for sustaining life, and restoring lost strength. When 'the stomach in weak and refuses other nourishment the 'Extract will prove as excellent substitute for food. Is neither palls upon the appetite nor offends the taste. DELICATE FEMALES, who suffer from the weaknesses of their sex. will derive lasting relief from its use. It improves the dip;! ion. purifies the blood, stimulates the appetite, and revives the spirits. WEAK AND DELICATE PERSONS GENERALLY. who require sotr.! artificial restorative and especially those who are inclined to Consumption will find this preparation exactly suited to their need. It is a specific for the Coughs and Nervous Affections usually incideat to a low state of the system. AS A FLESH RESTORER it possesses the highest value. The whole tendency of its action Is to stimulate the digestion of fat-producing foods, and its effect is invariably to give fullness and roundness to tbe female form, and robustness to the masculine frame. THE LIEBIG MALT EXTRACT is a pnre eeaeeetrated Fluid Extract or Malt, agreeable to the taste, and free from alcohol. It U readilr retained on tbe stomsch and contains none but wholesome and nourishing ingredients. The gsnuine preparation bears on the label a fine engraved likeness of Baboh von Ltaata. and a vac-simils of his Signature, aa well as that of A. VOGELER A CO., Baltimou, Ms., Sol Agents for America. j For Sale. A second hand phaeton, nearly as good as new, made to order, for ale cheap. Inquire of Kev. G A. Beattie. (M-dlt. AT- STREET. fiSii isiEi CAPS and GENTS' FURNISHING on small margins. Examine our AT- STREET. m -in S. N. LEWIS, Wlioltnle and Betail Deskr in RAGS, SCRAP IROH, AND ALL KINDS OF METALS, Cor. St Louis anil Wasliigon Ait Xoitfc of 'he Missouri Pacific B. R. Correspondence Respectfully Solicited. I18-4wl7 Sedalia j. arvco CllJli Will choicest kinds. Elegant for tea, lunches, . . LA. , , jiu getuu- up eiiiuriaiuments, ootn iv hij i f i 1 1 irw iim ri ipu tuxranmsrv enter- . . . o ' -mW Hch nn no oe of. a ct17 SPECIAL 5 fl Call and see us.