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BAZOO, TUSEDAY, JULY 24, 1883.
THE SEDAIXA WE 8 FOR SKIRTS I SELLING- OUT! OSCEOLA MATTERS. FOURTH ANNUAL MEETING Weather Report. Corrected daily for the Bazoo by C G. Tylor, Horologist and Optician, JJo. 8 Ohio street, for the twenty-four hours end ing at 9 o?clock p. m., July 21, 1883. The Grand Balloon Ascension Pronounced a Stupendous Failure. The Ked Store in a few months to be a name of the past. Every dol lar's worth of goods must be iold, slaughtered, or given away before October 1st. Grand Central! TE. 1 THER. 1 BAR j WIKD. WEATHER We have a lot of remnants of Personal Points and Question Marks From the Metropo lis of St. Clair. SILKS, CASHMERE i i - - i M I 1 5. rI- M 7 a.m. 86 '29:28 s I wear. 2 p.m. 94 29:30 " j 9 p.m. 82 j 29:30 " I Extremes 72 and 94. BBBr f"BBBBHsTSF VBaBBiv fBBBaTCF SRDALIA EXPOSITION ! SEPT. 4 to 8, 1883. PREMIUMS, $10,000.00 TECB Great Fair of Central Missouri FINEST GROUNDS !N THE WEST Indian Rrces, Hurdle Races, Bal loon Ascensions, and other Special Attractions Every Day. For information and Cata logues, address W. L. BEITLER, Sec'y. WEE "D 4 rFffm M3J.MJJJ9 SEDALIV MO. .TUESDAY, JULY 24. 1883. WHAT The Paper Published for the Peo ple Now on Earth Would lake to Know. Why Frank Hardcastle put the salt in Where the blonde waltzer at the nic got; her supply of grasshoppers ? pic- The name of the youug lady 'that a certain clerk sends picture cards Ho? If Depot Policeman Fesler wasn't hap- D?er than a clam at high tide yesterday ? How much the old maids got Dug - I What made Louie Beck deny himself refreshments the night of the entertain ment If Bronte Demuth didn't rather have the inside of the track last Thursday night at the party. If O.M. Taylor, of the Missouri Pa cific machine shops, enjoyed his walk from wuiujeiuc. How it happened George Galbreath n' oorliic mma An tko Wkat nnlnmn this nvwninir. wt,niiiu.tpaa.m.n t t;- i j i i i: " j zt i a i jearucuw,uiay iucviuitu. uu 11 uc uuu i lake the cake. If Tom. JKehoe cannot be prevailed up- onto forego his cannibalistic desires rhen a bare arm is now and then seen at a ,party ? W7hataused,Clarence Mellor to :miss the tram yesterday morning, and it he was nut uciwwwawn uuucuis uj uu ucak girl? Why the party who won the $20 .gold . . --T ... I miece in K . Hosteller's rattle. ndav night, does not present his ticket and -secure his monev ? -If a mateh ame of base ball will be arranged between the white and .colored clubs of Sedalia. and which club Emmet King will back? If Charlie Rockwell, Jim. Sned eker and Louis Beck thought they made a mash at the picnic yesterday, while loung ing on the grass. If Trainmaster Merrifield don't think hp ct crranpfnl aiti hp nan .unme r: r ,l7i: ri .ui " fVu '"B w hie final ttrtn vpci ' I txt i t t-.,i a 1.3 t I UUV. . . I wny joe jriiKingion waniea 10 kdow when the vouns ladies were going to re- turn from the picnic, and if he was very anxious to have them tay and dance. oked so lonesome atthepicmc-if it was because his girl had gone back on him, or was he grieving was he ffrieviner lor his pard, "Dr." Jefl. Conner : If the female who resides north of the railroadand is the authur of such choice anonymous letters hasn't almost evolved another one from her fertile brain ? If the dude base ball players of the car accountant's office found enough lunch to satisfy them when they made the raid on the young ladUs' baskets last evening at the picnic? the you picnic OD DS UNO ENDS Went like Hot Cakes at the ! NEW STOKE This week the remainder of Summer Goods ! Will be closed out Regardless of Cost ! MESSERLY & MEDSCHKE, WHAT HURT HIM ? That is the Question Which a Coroner's Jury Was Una ble to Solve Yesterday In the Case of Granville Tutt, Who Was Found by the Side of the Track. The Bazoo of yesterday gave a lull ac count of the injury of a colored man by the name of Tutt, who was lounu in a semi unconscious condition by the side of the railroad track at a late hour Friday night, with his left foot badlv mutilated, and ot the subsequent disposition of the unfortu nate man by the police officers and the physician wno had been called to auenu him. Owine to the uncomfortable position in which the wounded man lay, it being im practicable, if not impossible, at that time, to move him to more pleasant quarters, the doctor made him as comfortable as possi ble, aduiinisterine a hypodermic injection, intpncliner tn arnnutate the crushed foot rMtprHv mnrnin- as soon as reaction had J - -J . . . , taken place. Long betore tne pnysician arrived, however, poor Tutt began to -n- tmm thp pfW.ts of the inor- nln'np administered the nieht lefore and exhibited symptoms of great pain, and whpn Dr. Ahtil arrived about 9 o'clock a m. yesterday morning he was found to be in a dvingcondition, and shortly alter expireu. Demi tv Constable Wallace" upon hearing nf thp Hpnth nf Tutt. and after consulting with Coroner Overstreet, at once summoned a coroner's iary. TKo iiito nftpr hpinw swnrn smi viewine n thp hndv -riimiraed to meet at the coro- ra y 1 I. - At l r 4 I npr's nttioe nt z o ciock v. ui. -n.t mnv hour the jury convened and the inquest reported that alter a most igiiam searcu he had failed to find the engineer or fire- man of the switch engine which it had been asserted by some had killed lutt. TIip witnesses nresent were Albert levis, Tam imon(i aiin T)r. Abell. aud their .no nernrdiance with 1UUUIUU T n awuua -" T I the statement published in the Bazoo of about 10 o'clock he was aroused oy a I .Ani.n hn use ctnvitKT nil m?hL in ii is I hnnse a puest of his wife, nd who rushed into his room and said that some one had fallen oft the train. He got up ana going 10 ine uoor saw an engine standing there. By the time UA UA rlv.AocoH and latf tliO nnilKP. ine CD- jae naj g0ne, and he found Tutt lying on r- liiiu UlOlU nuvft I t hp north sine oi ine iracK wiiu uis iiwu about one foot from the ties and his feet U.n tlio V. 1 1 PTo cL-pH him hOW lie I name there, and Tutt said mat ne naa oeen all around town asking lor a place 10 c Mn. He war unsuccessiui in HuuiDK "vvr ,7. . , . . i loaging, anu ueiug unru, oi v t.nt.thtr ha v nrpttv tn 1 1 ana soon i .n innn u;tna oirt hp vir not I ,, :5.j a.a k.h .hpn , 2 u: u..M 'mna he WM snmewhat under the influence of nauor. The witnejtR tnen weni on 10 ueiaii iuc instructions given him by Dr. Abell; of the condition of the patient after the doctor . .. 1 1 .1 I ett. nn to the time oi nisaeam Dr. Abell testified merely to the fact of beinir called to see the de- I o . - . n i I ceased between land Z o'ciock Miurasy irl that he found the wounded I man in a collapsed state when he arrived at the house, and upon examination oi me foot, found that amputation would be nec- essarv, oui. mu ine iujui not be able to stand the shock ot an opera- tion at that time. He found no hemorrhage, T; " -A o 1,. ana aiier aummuienuK mc ucw5oi mm . . e the necessary m- ?ruc w.D8.l .luc ura rr1541"? "irj; dermic injection 01 morpnine 10 me paueun a i . M,i.n vAotarliv VHII I II f 1 1 1 If. 1 11 Ifllll llllf IU 1CIU1U TOV,V.T I . 1 . 1, f .. momine anu snipuisie mc wu This was about all of the reliable testi mony before the jury, although there were some wild statements m.aae, not unaer oaiu fireman of the ... " " 8- - t "r.r .CT that ihe engineer and onp o mey uau cut a iiiuo 1 r ., - m to t. 1 11 Zt T ,A o . memsaia now ne iiuueia, " . is nnlv ft nipper " M,f.7!n uui.u.. o-.,h J ;IJm)l(lp hut thev were re- oi.xyjMjo w, j . . ported to Albert Tevis by a couple ot Framns. who were prowling around in the . . ' . .. - 1 . vicinity wnere me acciaeni ocuurrcu. mV1 L r jl 1 ho Tntt w by a switch engine, as several par- ties had passed the place where he was found lying after the arrival of all trains, """ri WOUia cenaimy nave uuuucu -"7 thp frank me iracK. . The iurv not having the testimony of the engineer and bremen 01 me swiicn en- . " - - " . . 1 gme, returned a veruiia 10 me .- the deceased came to his death from causes . A . I Z .A A . ii.H .uM a w 1 1 1 r nirtX L11A1 to the iurv unknown. to tne ury unknown. XIlV UiVil W j -w--- I Green H. N. Knapp, 31. JV1. campion, George Hamel, Jonathan McNutt and C. H. Baker. Slicky's Suocees. Sam P. Jones, better known as "Slicky" Jones, who ran a train on the west end of the Pacific road some three years ago, and then went west, seems to have done remark shlv well. Immediately on arriving in Colorado he seen red a nassenger run on the Denver & "Rir. Grande, and now word comes to his old Irienas m oeaana m nc nw uwu r .... . - -iii- .i .ti t pointed division superintendent on the Atchison, Topeka & &nta Fe road, where lar with hoth offioials and em - "f " . YZZ 7 - r i.:- ploye. ine uazoo is g a 10 near o xu , and nopesne win noi stop udu ne reaches the uppermost rung of the ladder, -The Howe Scyle took fin,t preminm .t Eefirewfe manner in PhiUdelphia.P.rif.&dneT .nd other ex- 'hX thiamine street Uilor, hibitione. Borden. 6elleck & Co., gents, 3Sft:?StrSJlB H is the bo (Our New We begin this week, next to Hye & snuare feet of room, over five times sqi nnr rvimnetltors. r.ir- infantinnc nrp in October. To avoid moving a single inaugurate this week a W II 1 At- -- GIGANTIC CLOSING OUT SALE. That will take Selalia hv storm. The reductions made heretofore, will be as naught compared to" these. Every department has received an over ,i fi,,wc nni nn nil trends that will make them move in a iiiiuuui: " linrrv n... uin nntca u wi mnrp vise customers, for this reason, to visit Vlll uuv -iv. i ... RED STORE, CAPTURED BY COMSTOCK. A Former Sedalian the Lessee of the Mammoth Cave Hotel in Kentucky. W. C. Comstock. formerly chief clerk of ... . ..1 : -- the 0i Ves house in mis cuy, wueu n a. under the control of Col. James O. Ives orriiriwi in Kwinlia vesterdav and paiu uie Kazoo a nleasant visit- Mr. Comstock has leased the Mammoth Cave hotel. Kentucky, fnr five vears. and came west, stopping in t Louis, to look after a reduction ot rail- roau fHre between tne Luusviiie exposition alld Mammoth Cave, the same as to and trnm other noinis The original owner ot tne cave was ur. John Croghan, a Scotchman, who died in Q'-jo TIip ownershiu then descended to ;np heirs of the doctor, three of whom i t 1 a I !n - i nnn f mr 1 111? wiiwi. ana ine uroueriv i uuw uwunwi trustees, one of whom lives iu California, wnere else, ine ownersmpoi me uiivc cm braces about 5.000 acres on the surface. The purchase of this land became neces- Uarv in order to prevent otner speculator fmm sinkme a shatt trom above aown mio the eavern. and thereby form other en- trnroc that wnnid divide the profits ob- tained from visitors to the great natural l uuv-u uow . wonder. A former agent attempted to get a map of the interior passage 01 ine cave am fur thm numnse. but was neaaeu 011 and his desifirn prevented from being con snmmated. The difierent avenues of the cavern, if extended in oue line, would have a lengtn ol lou mnes. iue uirKca. w" s known as "Mammoth doe," and is 480 tt inner VKX fPPt WlOP &DQ LUC JlUIkJUt IS 163 feet. About 600 visitors entered this i vu&i ww cave last niomu. iuuh. ui iucw from the eastern states, England and bcot- land Thf Khnrt rOUUi nag 'an extent. going ami reiurums, of nine mues, nnp route is tweniv luncs .. - , . " l tto gamn is lucouwk - rrtitto inniiifiincr iicrnis. auk caveru ia nit.MSnatad livRpncral liphts. The tern- . , t A.van ;B uniform, heimr T a v-ht thp ver round. The old saltnetre works, which were abandoned ; since the war of 1812, are still seen, tne tm and nnmiis oeiue mui iu kwh 0f preservation. About a month ago, Echo river, in the interior of the cavern, , 1 .( Ilia Kirrll was not DassaBie on acuouuw ui water, but the crossing is all right now. This subterranean river is sixty leet wiue, . . . ; Zt thirty feet deep, ana noais nB " J Nn rvMo'ent has occurred in the cave for several years. Qne Of the Elect nii,nii. Ohio.The Plain Uealer re fl M - A F congress Pr , n,pvpJand. Ohio, dis U1BU tltlb A. V ...w " 1 . . 0. T i. n;i r..f.iiiw tHCt, nas USCU uauuua vri. "Tr." and has always found it sate and reliable, - ff , . H t a lame I o I knee. Colored People's Celebration. "Rmancination dav. the 4th of August, will be appropriately celebrated by the I 1 1 . l- - C C?n... i:.r. n Cnliorf' ivirL- "1" tP of Sedalia at Sichers' park. ini, from the extensive arrangements H . s .1 . u .u tx t MJIt.m I hwaincr tnuile nv IDeOl. XIOU. O. iumuu I "R x ..: .:n t 1 nrner in bl uiuis. tiii iwhi . -1 - . ti .1. . I 1 nllia. cnaaL'SK it I aaaress me crowu, uu umc. . c.Lrominence will also be in attendance. The Colored. Masonic Order, Knights of I v . . 1 f ni : "nn.turinon lnor, isrouiers 01 jw""-J. r'tTfT Order and Knights ot Wise Men will partic- ho futMmnniM 01 ine uav suu 1 ij" " , 7 - - . eveninir. and the celebration ot the ninety second year of the emancipat ion 01 tne slaves in the West Indies will long be remembered by tne coioreu peopie The Clinton Silver Cornet band has been " JV oC; will arl.l not engagvu iui mc wv.w'ui L", . , 1 .T . . . . i r v. Annm-iAn hir a nine to me pleasure ui " r r...:nu;nnona onr mnci( ine ciiiuiuil- ZZ":" .1 "Vn en, neither I too nn rraiiin'iiir'iiL n 111 owssaw I JB . . , . - arvth- pains nor expense in pleasant anu agreeauic, nu prtemied to one and all to be prewui. Birthday Company. Quite a large company were entertained at the residence of Mrs. A. H. Deyo, on Fifth street, Friday evening,in honor of the sixteenth anniversary of her daughter, 1 ieu T.nil The evening was a delightful one and the company were in the best of spirits and . . II A had a most enjoyanie ume. The amusements consisted of music, games and the discussion of cakes, fruits, I inu. ipmnnane. eir M1,n(r mav he AOT&."OT,"r i5 M-V Cobine mentioned Miss elle Herrold, May Uibine, 1 Ivatie Arnoia, V1U . ' rpir. Frank Huehes, Jvereu rarn- - - . "WiU E,ii8, 01. Ter- r ;t;w T,ntlpr ry. JDO- "" " I .1 r : ,.r.Ac vpaterlav. all HIH1 uu luc uu a wuiuwi Building.) Guenther's, affording us, 12,300 the capacity utilized by any ot In till 1L Wlin B aO.UW UCft aiuuiv - - " - article from our present s:ore, we ... .i iir I - in:tn iiiiiiuk tiur n.uir. us early. Bargain await you. 207 OHIO ST. A Monster Tarantula. A well kiiown commercial m traveler, wh.we hon.e is in Seil:ili. was at Aurora Springs, Miller county, on Thursday last, and while there was shown a monstrous specimen of the Tarantula spider, which was found in the great bend of the Usage river, home llliccu mnra umiuui Aurora Springs, a few tlnys ago. The apjMja ranee of the spider, as a Bazoo reporter learns, is most forbidding, imagine such a reptile, with ten or, twelve less, each as taraM a pipesiem, covercu with brown hair. Unle the lower portion of the bndv is as laree as a medium sizd estz. S!ht only eye that could be discovered about the monster was located in tne top of the head and projected above the surface, like a small olack bead. The fangs of this horrid reptile were not visible, as they are only in sight during the brief moments of its attack. Th body and legs would fill a circle six mcnes in uiameier n was .i ijuuuu among those present wketlicr any remedy won d avail a person bitten by the sp. cimen before them. The opinion finally prevaueu uwi u 4u.11 a Suuu tj might do some good, but no smaller amount would effect a cure. The discovery of such monsters in Missouri will no donbt cause a scientific inquiry to be made as to its origin, propagation and future residence among us. New Departure. Grand distribution at StrouseTs billiard parlor and cigar emporium, No. 227 Ohio street (next door to Sicken1 ) The follow ing prizes will be awarded to my patrons : First $100 gold watch. Second -Fine Silver Tilting Water Ser vice, valued at SW.00. Third -Fine breech loading shot gun. Fourth -Order to any merchant tailor in the citv for a $40.00 suit of clothes. Fifth Fine German silver conductor's lantern. Sixth Fine meerschaum pipe. Each 25 ents worth of cigars purchased at ltiv nl:ioe entitles the purchaser to a ticket. Prize on exhibition at my place. Aext door to bichers . ri. otxouse. Brown Say? the Outlook is Bril liant. Capt E H. Brown, of Rich Hill, Bates county p:tsed through Sedalia yesterday, on his way home from St. Louis. He is loud in his praise of his town, and says that one coal oil well already sunk pro duces ten barrels a day of good petroleum Another well is being sunk and prepara tions made to sink thre more wells by Pennsylvania parties. A contract was closed' last week with Bullock, of Chicago, to sink a well one thousand feet with a diamond drill. tt. S. Cowles, president of the Rich Hill Standard Coal Oil company, left St. Louis Friday night via the Wabash for the coal oil regious of Pennsylvania, his purpose being to purchase pumps and machinery for sinking other wells. Everything is be ing done to dev dop the oil territory. Col. Brown thinks that twenty-five or thirty wells will be put down within the next'ninetv davs The first well was sunk at a depth of 600 feet. The contracts for thp other wells call for 1.000 feet. The prospect is promising for a big outcome. A Band ot Wild. Indians. In conversation with Capt. Ed. Stevens, yesterday, a Bazoo reporter learned tout the com in 1: exposition in September gives every promise of eclipsing all former ef forts on the part oi tne association. Ar rangements are being completed for a numler of special attractions, out prooa bly noue of them will be more appreciated than the band of uncivilized Indians which Capt. John Skinner has secured from the Indian territory. They are twenty in num ber, and will le brought to Sednlia in blanket form, so to speak, bringing with them their own ponies and all the para phernalia necessary for camping on the park grounds. Their wigwams will be identical with those occupied by their peo ple on the plains, and every day they will take part in the ring exercises in their own peculiar style, with a change of programme each day. The races participated in by them will be one of the features of the exposition, as they will furnish their own ponies, judges, etc Congratulatory. Advices have been received from Mr. Dan Leonard, formerly general foreman of the Missouri Pacific "shops at this point, that he is now occupying the position of foreman of the rouna house for the D. & G. R R at Denver, and is much pleased with his new position. Mr. James Trumbull, formerly foreman of the blacksmithing deimrtment at this noint. occupies a similar position in the Denver shops. Both gentlemen are well pleased with their new field of labor, and their many friends in this city will be pleased to hear o their good fortune. Special Correspondence Sunday Bazoo. Osceola, Mo , July 20. -Deacon Jones has kindly consented to do our fighting for us. -The mite society, at Rev. J. Y. Wat- kins' Thursday evening, was well attended and greatly enjoyed. The hnvs here have nerfected a band organization, and tne next inmg on me programme is the instruments. fJhns. H. Lucas hts been absent for the past week, through the west and south west, looking for a more prosperous piace to engage in busme&s. Prof. I. N. Fisk, as per announcement, made one of his balloon ascensions here on Thursday. There was a large crowd in tnwn to witness the nerformance. many of whom came several miles to be in attend ance. After wailing all day and watching th slow progress of ihe professor and his many subs, the crowds were pleased to see thp h:i non ascenuinsr mio me air wjui Pmf r Prire on the bar. The balloon n rncp to the enormous height of about 200 arose to the enormous neignioi feet an(j arified northward just over the ml lAiuled ihree hundred vards ;uvav ;e think it the tamest performance w'eeer witnessed. FEBSONAL Bloomfield is the latest from Montrcse. -.Toe P. Landes made a flying busiueas trip to Sedalia the nrst of the week. Mr. Lauzhlin. an attorney of St. Louis, is in the city on legal business. Walter E Dorm returned from Kansas Thursday, as did also Leroy Smith. Mrs. Dr. J. C. Whaley is visiting friend and relatives in Hannibal and Pal myra. Re If Hammond, who has been attend ing college at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., return ed home Wednesday. Nellie Griffin, a beauty from nanville. Ills, is visiting her schoolmate ;irs. j0sie Y. Wilson. j ' jnxn renhiip. nhns. Griffin and O. A. pechslrim 0f Clinton, took in the balloon ascension Thursday. Stonebraker, of St. Loufe, and Mr. n Mc-:-rm -,o n nnr eintx " iuuj . , , T, iCobert L.atz, 01 numooiui, jvansa.'s, au old time citizen and merchant of our place, is visiting his many friends here. Miss Bessie Gash, one of Schell, city's belles, who has been visiting Mrs. Long and other friends in and near Osceola, re turned home Friday. Trotting Baoe. There was a contest of speed at the park yesterday, for a puree of $25 00, between nags belonging to A. 1 uooawin ana joud Pennybaker. The latter gentleman came out victorious, Mr. Goodwin's sorrel mare being distanced. There were but few spec tators, but the contest was an exciting one, hugely enjoyed bv all present, and quite a nice little sum changed hands on the re sult. A Broken Arm. The eight-ycr-old son of Joshua Fen wick, an employe in the car builing de partment of theK. & T who resides at tue corner of Fifteenth and Moniteau streets, fell from a fence yesterday forenoon, frac turing his right arm between the wrist and elbow. Dr. Small, jr., was summoued and set the fractured limb, and the lad wag resting quite easy last night. LIST OP LETTERS REMAINING in the postoffice at Sedalia, Mo., on Tuesday, July 24, 1883, which, if not called for in ne month, will be sent to the dead letter office at Washington, D. O. AUisou.MrsBT Adams, K Alward, Wm Andrews. T H Ayers, George Boggs. Robert Brown, Emma Boska, Mr Barrett, A G B4-c ,CL Bergman, J Beala, Jacob W Baker, Dr J S Bancroft, iss Nancy J Bertram, Miss Marie Noel, James A O'Brien, Mrs Maggie Peyton, L D Perry A Moore Pietz, Ida E Kosenthvl, MrsSallie 2 Rosenthal, Simon Rankens A Glxs Ren, Mrs Delca fcmith, Harvey Smith, Geo H Switzler, W Scott, Wm R Singleton, Dr Wm Stevens, MrsChaudler Blick, M iss Lena Snears, David Buttertield, Miss Jennie Thompson, Wi.Hs Kiirrv. Misa lilllie Texa- fc Kansas Em Chntiibcrlain, MrsT B Van Cleve, Thomas Van Flede, C M Vanetten, G W Vandyke. Miss Snsan Van Slyke, Miss F M Vhite, N S Waters, Mrs Jane Warren, Mrs Amanda POSTAL CARDS. Avers, Jsel C Allison, Mrs Mary S Bush, A J Brent, Frank Buchanan, Mrs Inez Brade, Mrs Martha Blonez, Mrs Martha Cockrell, James CrutchfieW, W L Conklinjr, Mrs 2 Crwin, Mrs Mollie Esens, Lyman Ewing, Mrs L J Fowler, B N Fourchild, Mrs Glean, Henry W Green, MO Garge, Mrs Annie Hair Bros Hansen, Louis A Harvgot, Anton Handy, William Hopkins, Wm Horner, Mrs Ady Harden, Miss Eunaa Kynum, L Kreigger, Miss K Lemons, Miss Eva Miller, Miss Anna Mosely, Frank Naal, Mrs Msry 2 O'Neil, Billy Palmer, Louis Ratble, Mrs Bertha Singleton. Dr W Stevens, T S Smith, H L Sttusbury, Isaac Tanner, Ford Taylor, Mrs Eddie J Veronod, Miss Tillie Weite, J R Warren, Jamas 8 Wilson, GNW Wagoner. Miss V Young, John Chappel.&ilas Cross, S G Cramer, Miltou Carter, Joe w dims, Oeortr Connors, Edward Clark, Miss Maud Cash. Miss Emma Dugan, Emmett Divers, C Dillon, A I Detlefsoti, Mi.v Sophia Davis, Miss Mollie N 2 Elmore, Elmw Elder, Charlie Frauk. Laura B Fuell, Miss Bel'e Fou ler, Miss Mollie Foster, Z W Ficher. Lida Garv, Miss Sarah Grithlh, Miss Mattie Gentry, T B Gentry J P Gray, Mrs Jennie Hvnes, John HfggiBs, Jo C Henderson, John Hunt, Chas Henderson, Mrs Mary Jowzilin. Charles Isilwll, Ed. Jackson. Waiu Jacob, wm B Keel, Samuel Kruse, Henry Kelly. H 0 Kumm, L Kibbe, I P Keller, Adolph Lambright, John Lawrence, John 11 Lashton, Ruby Leady, Misa Lmma Manly, J A Manns, Mrs K Myers, Abraham McDonald, Wis i Merrill, L C Marker, George Mcffollouah. Gilbert Michel, Madim Miller, Mrs Dick Neill. Stephen D Newland, Joseph . . x nv m tup anovn nameu iciiexn above named letters l?f iTULU XJUU, i. -AND- OTHER GOODS Suitable for Skirts, which we will sell at a BIG- BEDUCTI0N. J . M. Gluts & Co. SHE BOUHGT GARTERS. Seminary Girl's Attempt at Economy Rudely Checked. Chicago Herald. You'll never tell if I tell you some- thine?" "Never I" The first speaker crossed her thin, little bony legs a la Turk, tossed her high crowned hat off, and began to pull up the grass in handfulls. "Well, you remember Mr. H., whom we met on class day with Kit? Well, I went around with him to show him the drawiugs, and he told me about the store on Monroe street, and said if I wanted anything to come around and he'd sell me at wholes le. Well, the garters I got in Boston last summer were all worn out, and I thought it would be a good chance to get some more, and at wholesale, too. So yesterday about noon I went into that horrid wholesale house, and as I had forgot ten just how he lookrd, I asked the nrst fellow I met if Mr. H. w. s in. He said : "Of course he is, and mighty glad of it, and I'm vour man." I told him in as low a tone'as I could that I wanted some garter rubber, but he became awfully deaf all of a sudden, and I had to ask him three times before he heard me. Then he called "Jim" as loudly as he could, because he said he didn't know much about staple. Jim was his partner, and a perfect Adonis. He wa3 introduced and began 10 cut up and joke as though he had known me ever siuce I began to put my ntir up. iney nunien all over for the garter rubber, they bund plenty of hat.elastic, suspenders and those little fixings that men used to keep their sleeves up with. Such stupidity I never saw, lor n. aciuauy joukcu iu bnstle box. and, pnlling out a big red- cushioned affair that looked like a winter life preserver, asked me if that was wnat 1 wanted. 1 was so vexea wuu mysen iur lauehin that I wanted to cry, and 1 tnw Mr. H. saw that, for just then he found what I wanted. It was lovely Bcariei suk rnhher. the prettiest shade I ever aw, and, just think, all silk. That handsome saucy Jim wanted to measure me. Wasn't that shocking? And I waa so mad. Then Mr. H. said, 'You'd better taice tne wnoie piece ... 1 A v t T SO VOU 11 Oe Sure IO nave cuuugu. v told him all ngni. x n m 10, or u yci fectlr abominable partner would have in sisted on measuring me right there. Then thev save the bolt. which 1 guess naa arjont sixty yards of rubber on it, to a clerk to bill.' and both stood there making puna about this wnip naro pin, ana my uir uu hat, and wanted to know wno poniea up the bangles of my bracelets. Wnen tne parcel came back and I asked how much it was, fat Jim said, 'Oh, never mind the mnner. weive away our goods to such charming cost u mere,' and began to quote poetry. Finally 1 got mm 10 iaae a bill, and how much change do you suppose he gave me back?" "I don't know ; about Thw dollars and sixty cents. I just iammed it into my reticule in the middle of mv powder dox wnicn .rax. rx. bw auu wanted to know if that was a sample of summer wheat I was just about crimson with rage, nd he took out a pencil anu .ntal trt tnnw where he'd send it. I crabbed it out of his hand ard said : 'No, thanks lor 1 wouiu ntce 10 uvc bolt around their necks and choked both of them. As I was going oui Jim- oowtu low and said : 'Maid ol Athens, eie we part, give, oh give me back my heart ; but I was so mad that I just ran oft withouc pa vine the least attention to him. .Both ot these young tames are ri w of one of the Chicago seminaries, and wheu the above conversation took place were seated in a very pleasant backyard of an elegant West Monroe street residence. As three-quarters of a yard of rubber 1a a sufficient plenty for any style of garters it mav not be amiss to tell the fair reader what "became of the rest of the purchase. The lovely scarlet silk elastic was cut up and made into side straps, feather-sUtched with old gold floss, and put into little bouquet boxes, and sent to each of the senior class. The most perplexed youth in the block is that college cousin, who can not imagine what the things are lor, or where the joke is. Wilson's Creek Reunion. The St. Louis & San Francisco people are having a great many inquiries from conS line's, and also from s distance, regarding union, to be held August 9, 10 and 11. The ??iY2Z-T.r Thatleveral thousand visi- o; 1 this reunion The raUway people and citizens of Springfield are mak ir every preparation for the greatest event thlt hasePver taken place in Southwest Missouri. Died. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Benja min Olson, who reside at the southeast cor ner of Sixth and Brown streets, died ri- ; mcrni anu wu night and was ounea at a y J 1 -4 A i 1 Is & 1 f ! 1 310 Ohio Steeet, Chicago, HI.