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THE SEDAIilA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1884. S ED ALIA BAZOO Publishes Jo WIST O00DWHT. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS i)afly, Including fetmday.per year $10 00 Scnuay edition, per year. 2 SO Weekly. 52 numbers, per year..., 1 OO attj delivered, per "week- ..... 25 KEWS DEALERS Regularly supplied at 2K cents per copy. JLll subscriptions payable in advauce, and discontinued ut the end of tirao paid for. HOW TO SK3TD MONEY. remittances may be made by draft, money order or registered, letter, at our risk. Give -oostofBce address in full, incl .ding state and runty, and address J. GOODWIN, Sedalia, Mo. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALlA MO. TUESDAY, APEIL 29 1884. DUAL TRIAL FOR MURDER. The trial of Brownfield and Hop kirk charged with the murder of John E. "Wells near Windsor on the 29th of February will commence Thursday, May 1, at Clinton before Judge Gantt. This trial will attract considerable at tention owing to the character of the crime and youth of the perpetrators. The citizens of Henry county are con. siderably worked up over the case and the result of the trial will be eagerly .watched by the people throughout Central Missouri. It is possible that in order to delay jus tice and prolong the time, thus enabling tbe witnesses to scatter, that the de fense will apply for a change of venue, but the attorneys will be very cautious in this, as just at this period, so soon after the Ciucinnati lesson, de lays are dangerous and trifling with the law will not be tolerated. The Bazoo will have a reporter on the ground at the opening and as the case progresses will give full particulars. The following is the gist of a letter of the pope, intended to be published in a few days. It says : The plan of the secret societies is no longer a mystery. It is a struggle against the church, and the various popes have very properly ex-communicated Free Masons. Since 150 years the secret societies have increas ed frightfully. A grave peril thus threatens society. The socialist has his source of strength in masonry. The papacy is placed in an intoler able situation. Masonry does not avow its real object, it deceives the innocent by a varnish of toleration. The press, marriage, education, the sovereignty of the people atheism of tbe state, radicalism, communism, all tend toward a return to paganism. Masonry flatters princes in the hope of having them for auxiliaries: Gov ernments should choose between ma sonry and the church, which sustains authority and inculcates obedience. The pope thus prescribes to his bishops their duties. 1. By pastoral letters, unmask societies and make the people abhor them. 2. Extend Christian edu cation. 3. Urge agriculturists and working men to organize Catholic as sociations and conferences of St. Vin cent de Paul. 4. Watch schools and exhort the youth never to become members of anys ecret society without first consulting their priests. The evils of intemperance during the era of almost free importation of ardent spirits into Switzerland in creased until a formidable agitation led to governmental inquiry by com mission. The report shows that cheap French brandy is everywhere con sumed in large quantities by the la boring people. It displaces soup and coffee, and the progress of habits of in toxication and an increase of poverty and misery keep pace. The commis sion pronounces brandy a curse, and asks for a duty sufficiently high to act as a prohibition upon its general use. Public sentiment in Switzerland is stated to approve the idea. The fed eral council has approved the report and will at once raise the duties on imported brandies, according to the Tecommendation, so that they will be beyond the means of laborers. Reports from almost every neigh boring town are to the effect that creameries have not only been estab lished but that in every instance they are proving highly profitable to their proprietors and advantageous to the formers. Why cannot Sedalia go and do like wise ? In view of the fact that about one third of the butter now being used here is not butter but Oleo margerine, and that nil the dealers have been compelled during tne past winter to Eend to St. Louie and to Chicago to supply the demand it does look as if SeJalia's broad prairies oughfc to offer extra inducement and ad vantage for such an enterprise. St. Louis is either the favorite haunt of the vilest rascals or the par dise of the basest scandal mongers now on the American continent, or she is in her dotage. The foul odors of one filthy sensation have not time to drift away until another fall as sickening is stirred up from the carrion bed of her political rottenness The latest efforts in this direction is the attack' upon poor Post master Wells. Poor in all the word implies or else the worst abused man on the continent Boss Filley not excepted. There are few persons in Sedalia who do not remember W. Y. Pember ton formerly a prominent attorney of this city and none but will be pleased to learn of his prosperity since remov ing to Montana where he has become a popular and useful member of so ciety. So prominent indeed that he has been tendered the nomination to con gress by both political parties and true to his instinct and hereditary pre dictions accepted that of the demo cratic party, it is said he will be elected almost without opposition. With all its curseduess, American political morals seem to be in advance of the Canadian article. A recent bribery case was tried in a Canadian court and the defendant acquitted on the ground that 'fit is not a crime at law, and when no offense is known to the law, the law recognizes no parties. There was no case in English history where a member had been punished for taking money to change his poli tics." This smacks largely of political degradation. It is gradually leaking out that the St. Louis bummers we re guying Bob Fyan when they declared for him for governor. If this is so, it iB by all means the best and the worst dose of the season. SHILOH'S COUGH aifi Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption. Sold by Bard & Miller. CALIFORNIA ITEMS. That the Dutchman who said of the Hot Springs, Arkansas, to his son 4 'drive on shon" Hell ish not von half mile from dis tarn place" spoke the truth was most beautifully verified yesterday when the dense throng who packed the court room vociferously cheered the verdict of not guilty rend ered in the case of the state against Doran aud others implicated in the cowardly brutal assassination of Flynn and the hack driver February 9th last. If there has heretofore been any thing lacking to prove to the unbiased mind that the republican manage ment and control of affairs should be utterly overthrown because of its cor ruption aud rottenness that lack is surely supplied by the admissions of the asest and most uublushiug bri bery now being investigated by there publican central committee in Wash ington D. C. It has been two weeks siuce an Eng lish duke proposed to Mary Anderson. If step-papa Griffiu is not careful her advertising boom will come to a sud den stop. The laziest of the weekly papers have caught up with Mary's last engagement, and the combina tion will be complicated if the end of the last one doos not meet the begin ning of the next one. As soon as the professional juror steps down and out, we may look for a different style of verdicts. It would be a good idea for the courts to insist upon receiving the resignation of the class of men who make jury work their business. As a rule they have too large hands and know how to hold them out too well to make good jurymen. Forty-three million dollar's worth of finger rings are worn in the United States. There is nothing very oppres sive about this, but it is a handy kind of an item. Mr. R T. Gentry has subscribed for nearly all the political papers hi the state and uence, Mr. Gentry is solid for state treasurer. The man r..,loril-P5 ricrht 5111(1 left for tllC WUW CU iwrw -Q papers usually gets thereabouts. Springfield Nev. From which it is to be understood Mr. Sieberthas become a regular sub scriber to the Springfield News. Correpondence of the Bazoo. Miss Bertie Hart is visiting her sister, Mrs. Cronin. Miss Rosa Meredith visited Tipton Friday and Saturday of last week. Chas. W. Sparrow and John Hen dricks left Wednesday for Idaho. Mr. Win. H. Benson, the inventor, is visiting his cousin, Mrs. Wm. Dunham. Messrs. Moore and Williams are in Jefferson City attending the United Slates court. The firm of F. Markworth & Co., man ufactors of saddles and harness, are adding a Iraine extension to tneir large establish ment. Mr. Sam Robinson, of Windsor, vis ited his old home, the Occidental hotel, Sunday. There was a surprise party in honor of Miss Lelia McVean last Thursday evening. Some twenty-five or ihiriy of her friends were present. Dr. Lacy, of Sedalia, preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening to lull houses. Jiio. H. Lucas, of Osceola, made this cty a short call last week on his way home from attending supreme court. The calico ball at Sarwon's hall Fri day evening was a grand success and was continued uulil "the weesma hours." Mr. Houser, an experienced orchardist of this place, gives the prospect for apples as follows : summer upples, plentv, thougn some varieties will be scarce, on account of heavy crops last season. Fall varieties, good prospect. Winter, so far as can be ascertained, good. Very few, if any trees have sufiered from severe weather. WHAT THE CALIFORNIA'S WANT TO KNOW. Why Charlie P. won't eat salmon? Why Miss Lou changed her boarding place About the trouble at the Occidental hotel ? If "Prof. Charley" and Minnie have made up? Who it was grieved bo when "Birdie" new away ? If there is any more "jolly cake" left for "apple pie"? Why the boys all want to go to the May meeting next Sunday? Why Dr. H. has not been on the streets for the past two'days ? Where the mouse, intended.-for the in itiation of the piofessor, got to? If the Sedalia gentleman can account for the dejected looks of one of our teach ers? If George, on last Sunday evening, at church, had to make up for sleep lost the night before? Who the young lady is that made the remark at the A. O. U. W. installation mentioned in laat week's Democrat ? FOOTLIG-HT FLASHES. Items of Interest to Play-Goers From Everywhere. Ely's Cream Balm cured me of ca tarrh of many vears standing restored my sense of smell. For colds in the head it works like magic. E. H. Sherwood, National State bank, Elizabeth, J. Easy to use. See adv. For several years 1 was troubled with catarrh, have tried many remedies. Ely's Cream Balm has proved the article desired. I believe it is the only cure. L. B. Coburn, Hardware Merchant. lowanda, Pa. (See adv't.) I had suffered, troin Catarrh for ten years ; the p?in would be so severe that I was obliged to send lor a doctor. 1 had entirely lost sense of smell. Ely's Cream Balm h:is worked a miracle. C. o. Hal- Jeyes, Binghampton, N. Y. Jiilys cream halm has cured me ol Catarrh. Was amicted ten years. 1 tried almost every remedy recommended, none proved so effective and thorough. S. K. Aiken, wholesaler of shoes, 143 Federal street, Boston, Mass. G-AILEY GAB. "Mrs. Mollie Warren is confined to her rom with an attack of malarial fever. Miss Maeeie Anderson has commenced a three months' term of school at the An derson school house. Dr. Davis has made a sale of his farm of 160 acres, near here, to an Illinois man. Consideration, 4,bUU. The measles are raging in this vicinity. A number of families have been attacked, but no serious results as yet. Mr. Ben Durrill left yesterday for the far wet, to try thf mvst res of cow-boy life. He will" prohabiy iocate near Boise City, Idaho Territory. Tt was n novel, an unusual sight, one day last week, to see the green leaves of the horse chestnut or "buckeye" in the woods covered with a heavy coating of ''beautiful snow." There will be service at the Bethlehem Baptist church this morning aud evening. Interesting services are expected in the morning when the Rev. John Godbey, of Smithtou, assisted by other ministers, will attend to the ordination of deacons. -The Rev. Haley, who was arrested in Sedalia on the charge of rape, left here on the morning previous to his arrest. He had not beeu preaching here, however, as that privilege was not allowed him, the most intelligent part of the community having long ago come to the ronclusiou that he was "no good." SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what you need for Consumption, Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and all symptoms of Dysjepsia. Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. Sold by Bard & Miller. For lame Back-. Side or Chest use Shi loirs Porous Plaster. Price 22 cents. Sold by Bard & Miller. MOORE'S OPERA HOUSE, Nevada, Mo., Harry C. Moore, Proprietor and Manager. Popalation 5,0o0, Seating Capacity SWO. CITY HALL, Clinton, Mo. Brannum Weidemeyer, Proprietors. Full scenery. Seating capacity, 600. WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE. Butler, Mo. W. E. Walton, Proprietor. Full hcenenj. Satins capacity 800. Avertkeruenia at me neeu ut this column, not exceeding four linea, $5 perannum.l Louis Harrison and Johu Gourlay go abroad in the summer. Joseph Jefferson plays at Pittsfield, Mass., to-morrow night. Clara Morris appears at Indianapolis Indn on to-morrow and Tuesday nights. Maggie Mitchell begins a two weeks' engagement at Portland, Me., to-morrow night. Lizzie Evans appeared at St. Catha rines, Cauad-t, last night. She takes a much needed rest this week. "Fourteen years with Adelina Patti;" Recollections of Louisa Lmua" is the title of a book to be shortly published in Vi enna. Fay Templeton and company begin a week's engagement at Brooklyn, N . Y., to-morrow night. She sang at Baltimore the past week. Oscar AVilde, in conjunction with Lord Tennyson, Kobert Browning and others, is to write a book which is to commemo rate the coming Shakespearean show in London. Marie Colombier, has been committed for trial on a charge of outraging public morals in the book ''Sarah Barnum." and vo has the publisher of "Marie Pigeonnier" issued in lepiy to Colombier. James O'Neill closed a week's engage ment at Kansas City last night. His im personation of Edmund Dames in "Monte Cristo" was much praised. The scenery of the play was pronounced the finest ever seen in that city. The circus season is upon us. The white elephant, the calico pony, the spran gles and the hoarse side show orator are in the land. Soon the boards will be deco rated with illuminated printing, and the store windows will he decorated with the girl in diminutive skirts who does the bare back act to the admiration rnd appliuse of the country boy who leads a staid and tedious life between the plough handles. The following are the routes of some of the well known organizations which are now traversing the western country : Henry James Byron, the distinguishe. dramatic author, died in England April 13. He was born in Manchester, England, in 1S35. was the son of a former British con sul at Port au Prince, Hayti, and a de scendant of Lord Byron. He was origiually intended for a naval career and then for a physician, but to the disgust of his rela tives he was soon following the precarious calling of a provincial actor. Belter coun sels prevailing, he finally became a lawyer and commenced play-writing in his leisure moments. 4His success as a dramatist was so great that he abandoned the law and gave his entire attention to it, occasionally acting in some of his successful plavs. "Blow for Blow," "The Lanca shire Lass." "A Fcol and His Money," "Bow Bells," "Our Boys" are some, of his numerous successes. "Our Boys," his greatest success, first produced in 1S75, is still running in the provinces. It enjoyed a continuous run of over 1,400 nights at one theatre alone in London. His funeral occurrtil April 17th, and was largely attended. Two first-class attractions this week : "Hazel Kirke" next "Wednesday night, the 30th, and "A Mountain Pink" Saturday night, May 3d. We have had "Hazel Kirke" before, but never withjsuch a cast as this one, which embraces e veteran and famous actor, C. W. CoulRck, as "Dun stan," Annie Russell as "Hazel," Ada Gil man as "Dclly Dutton," Charles Wheat Ieigh 3s "Squire Rodney," D?WoIf Hopper as "Pittacus Green," and J. G. Grahame, Mrs, E. L. Davenport, Mrs. Cecile Rush, and others in the remaining roles. All should avail themselves of the opportunity of seeing one of the best and purest plays ever written, roduced by the best talent that can be procured. The cast of "A Mountain Piak" includes Miss Laura E. Dainty, the well-knwn dramatic reader, in the leading role. Misses Genevieve Rog ers. Helen Sedgwick, Marie Lear, and Messrs. Frank E. Aiken, Harry Hawk, Joseph J. Holland, Frank R. Pierce, Burton Havely and others. The scenery accompanying the play is very fine aud attractive. We witnessed the first production of the plav in Chicago last summer, and can promise a rare treat for those who attend. J. B. DORIS . :RCUS VD MENAGERIE. Sedalia, Maj h; ( rd, Kansas, April 2Sth ; .lordin, .V . 21 Ctr hage, Mo., 30th ; Rich Hi' , ? 1- ; " ola, Kas., 2d ; Holdeu, y ., 3d ; wausa v itv, 5th ; St. Joe, Mo., j h ; I avenworth, Kansas, 7th ; Atchison, Slh ; Topeka, 9th ; Law rence, 10th ; Olaihc, 12th ; Ottowa, 13th ; Humboldt, 14th ; Independence, 15th ; Winfield, 16th; Wellington, 17th ; Wich ita, 19th. cole's circus. Kansas City, Mo., April 28 ; Topeka, 29 ; Manhattan, Kas., 30; Clay Center, May 1 ; Abilene, 2 ; Lawrence, 3 : Leavenworth, 5; Atchison, 6; St. Joe, Mo., 7; Hia watha, Kas , S ; Fair bury, Neb., 9 ; Mary ville, Kas., 10 ; Beatrice, Neb., 12 ; Nebras ka City, 13; York, 14; Lincoln, 15; Plattsmouth, 1G; Omaha, 17; Wahoo;19. sells' circus. Kansas City, Mo., May 26 ; Atchison, Kas., 27; St. Joe, Mo., 28; Maryville, 29; Bedford, 30; Creston, la., 31; Des Moines, June 2; Waterloo, 3; Cedar Rapids, 4; Vinton, 5; Minneapolis, Minn., 6. CROUP, "WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shi lob's Cure. Sold by Bitrd & Miller. Look for Matthews' repair shop, "White's buildiug, up stairs, over the Fair store, Ohio street. SJcwl. JEFFERSON CITY. Further Reports of the Pro ceedings of the Supreme Court. SUPREME COURT. Jefferson City, Mo., April 26. Special. The supreme court met this morniug pursuant to adjournment, all the judges present. The following are the proceed- present mgs: Robert Lastrom, respondent, vs J. D. Brings, appellant, Pettis circuit ; submit ted on brief. B. G. Wilkerson, administrator for G. R Smith, deceased, respondeut,vs Alansoo Farnham and S. F. Oilman, appellauts, Pettis circuit ; same entry. Samuel Swisher, respou ent, vs "William Sensenderfer, appellant, Pettis circuit; same entry. Sedalia, Warsaw & Southern Railway company, appellant, vs B. G. Wilkerson, administrator lor G. R. Smith, deceased, respondent, Pettis circuit ; same entry. Amanda Bettset al., respondents, vs C. H. Magoon, appellant, Johnson circuit; submitted on brkls. Richard Hull appellant, vs Joseph Nor ton, respondent, Johnson circuit; same entry. William Zoll, appellant, ys T. L. Carna hau at al., respondents, Johnson circuit; same entry. Warrensburg Co-operative Building as sociation, respondent, vs Charles A. Zoll et al., appellants, Johnson circuit; same en try. Elizabeth S. Bowen and H. M. B. Bowen her husband, plaintiffs in error, vs Thomas McKeen and Thompson McKeen, defend ants in error; same entry. Walter B. Lafallett, respondent, vs N. J. Thompson, appellant, Cass circuit; passed. W J Morrow.respondeut,vs Missouri Pa cific Railway company, respondent. Cass circuit; submitted on brief. Theodore Seifert, administrator, vs S M Jones, respondent, Franklin circuit ; sarar entry. John J Deitweiler, respondent, vs Ang Poehler et al, appellant, Franklin circuit ; submitted on briefs. Volney Crutsinger, respondent, vs Mis souri Pacific railway company, appellant, Osage circuit ; same entry. Anion A Miller, respondent, vs Jacob Brenecke, appellant, Cape Girardeau cir cuit; appeal dismissed for failure to com ply with rules Life Association of America, appellant, vs R L Wilson et al, respondents ; Cape Girardeau circuit ; same entry. R L Wilson, respondent, v3 S Albert et al, appellants. Cape Girardeau court of common pl-as ; argned and submitted. Ira Bridewell et al, appellants, vs Mar garet H Swank et al, respondents, from Mississippi circuit ; submitted on briefs State ex rel T L Patterson, respondent, vs W T Marshall et al, appellants, Missis sippi circuit ; same entry. W B Anderson, respondents, vs Scott county, appellant, from Scott circuit; ap peal dismissed lor failure to comply with rules. Sallie M Cunningham et al, respondent, vs John M Snow, appellant, from Pemiscot circuit ; submitted on briefs. John A Bell aud E A Bell, respondents, vs The Hannibal and St Joseph Railway company, appellant, from Linn circuit; argued and submitted. C M Vallean, respondent, vs Newton county, appellant, from Jasper circuit ; ten days additional time to appellant to file brief. J E Haynes & Co, respondents, vs John Wample et al. respondents, from Jasper circuit; certificate and motion to affirm filed by respondent. J J Estes et al al, respondents, vs Cathe rine Kuickle, appellant, Wright circuit; certificate and motion to affirm filed by re spondent. No Grease for Him. "When Greece her knees Greece her knees Greece her knees," stammered an embarrassed school boy, forgetting the next line of his recitation. "There is no occasion to grease anybody's knees," shout ed his teacher. "Go and study your piece." Neither is there any occasion to grease your hair. Parker's Hair Balsam is all the dressing you want. Restores the original glo3S and color to gray or faded hair. Does not soil the linen ; not a dye ; good for the scalp ; prevents falling out. OSCEOLA ITEMS. JI&KUJETK BY TJEIjKJ K A.PH Mr. McKiuney and family, of Chicago are visiting friends here. Mr. Chas. Nesbit, of Ohio, is visiting his old schoolmates here this week. Mrs L. M Reese is absent this week visiting frends in Appleton, Clinton and Lewis. Oscar Q. McNeil instituted a new lodge of A, O. U. W. at Lowry City "Wed nesday night. Foqura & Son are moving the ma chinery of Leota mills to Muscro Fords, on Osage river. The Band of Hope gave a very inter esting entertainment at the South Metho dist church Wednesday night. Harryman & Hartley, of Weavblean City, have purchased the Eclipse mills, and will commence to improve the same. Our attorneys are absent attending the trial of Boatman, for assault with intent to kill one Jones, at Taberville. J. C. Whaley, of the Sun, and J. S. Sm'th, of the Advance, engaged in a little scrapping match on our streets Thursday afternoon over an article which appeared in the Sun. Mr. Smith cook offence at the article and approached the doctor upon the subject, when the altercation took place. According to eye witnesses, Mr. Smith struck at" the doctor, and after several passes between them Mr. Smith placed one .on the doctor's face and dropped him. The parlies were seperated by friends and taken before Mayrr Johnson; Mr. Smith entering a plea of guilty, the doctor stand ing a trial and was actjuhed. "My hands were covered with little dry scabs. They have disappeared and I'm better than I have bevn for 20 years, from using Dr. Benson's Skin Cure," A. M. Noble, Selma N. C, July, 3, 'S2. Money Mark el. Nkw York. April 26. MONEY Easy , 22; closing at X. PRIME PAF EK 4J per cent. STERLING EXCHANGE Steady at $4 87: demand, S4 89K- GOVERNMENT BUN DS Stronger RAILROAD BONDS Irregular: Dnever first fell off to 1 (HJ. STATE SECORITIES Inactive, Louisiana con suls sold at 77. Bonds Threes- Four-and-a-halfs Fours. Missouri 6s St. Joe 6s istook8 Central Pacific - Chieago &. Alton - M C. B. A Q Rio Grande II. & St. Joe St. Joe preferred iMlflfcuri Pacific , Northern Pacific Chicago & Northwestern New York Central Rock Island , Union Pacific. . ...... . . ............. ....... .. ........ ................. g Weatern Union Telegraph 1003 113 123 1 06 110 55 136 120 . 'ASK 83 81 1 1254 1 13 118 67 Jfew York MarKet Nkw York. April 26. FLOUR -Market steady, buper state western, 52 S03 10; common to good, $;; -ioi 70; good to choice. 33 753 60; white wheat extra; $6 '25G 50 St. Louis, So 40g)6 5; Minn patent process, $5 75 6 75. WHEAT Cash lower, options opeued weak and lower, reacied, strong advance. No 2 Chicago, SI riJ4; ungraded ltd, 8tS&Sl 2M; No 3 red, $1 04 No. 2 red, SI ll;No. 2 red May sales, 767 .OOu tmaneis, at 51 uy5i li-ft, closing at l 11 June sa!et, 2,328,KJ0 bushels at Si lll closing at $1 July sales, 843.000 bushels at 21 07rtl 1 0. CORN Cash V$. higher, options placed lower, ruled strong, advanced, closed weak; ungraded, 57(a.64c-i;; No. '.i Gl(a5iy8', No. 2, 63$(65e; No -J April, 63&644, ciusiug at 64; Mav, Gl& Gt, closing at G4: June, 62(65. OATS Mixed western, 38(39 white, 42J47c. PETROLEUM Market strong; united, 94c EGGS Market easier at 15&c. LARLv-Markt-t linn at S8 S7. LEAD Marketweak; common, S3 703 75. St. JLottts jfarkel. St. Louis. April 26. FLOUR Unchanged. WHEAT Market opened lower, advanced with frequent fluctuations, elosed J(a. above yester day, trad ng chiefly In Julv and year; No. '. red, Si I0cash;Sl 10$$ May; $1 1S June; 969S, July; 92Ji"94c, year; closing at outside quota tions; No 3 red 98. CORN Market active and higher; with various fluctuations, closing above yesterday; 50 o0lAc cash ; 4849c, closing at 49 May; 50 51, closing at 51 June; 5152c, " July; 41&45 veai. OATS-Market firmer, slow; 3434c cash; 34 May. RYE Market quiet at 59c. BARLEY Market quiet at 6580c. LEAD Market nominal at S35U. BUTTER Market unchanged. EGGS Market lower at ll12c. FLAXSEED Market nominal at Si 60. HAY Market firm prairie, S10 0012 00; tim othy. 13 i17 00. BRAN Steady. 80c at mill. CORNM EAL Market quiet at.52 80. WHISKY Higher at Si 12. PROVISIONS Firm but very slow, only ped dling trade. PORK Jobbing at 817 12. BULK MEATS Long clear, SS 50; short ribs, $3 (jO; short clear SS 80. BACON Long clear. S9 159 20 ; short ribs 9 37; short clear, S9 55(g9 65. LARD-Market higher at SS 50 asked. HansaM City Market. Kansas City, April 26. The Daily Indicator reports : WHEAT Market firm, No. 2 red 85c; April 86; May, 86.86; June, 86c bid; No 3 cash, 75c bid: April 76; No 2 soft cash Si 0 bid. CORN Market stronger and active; unmixed cash, 4343c; April. 4343c; May, 42c, June, 43l4 bid; July 45; No 2 white mixed April 47. OATS No. 2 cash, 32c bid; April, 32c bid. R E No 2 cash and April, 52c bid. EGGS Dull and weak; 11c per dozen. BUTTER Plentiful and weak HAY" Market unchanged; fancv small baled, S14 00. PROVISIONS Dry salt meats, clear sides 9c; clear rib sides, 9c; shoulders. 7 cents; long clear sided, 9c; smoked meats, clear sides, 93$c; rib sides. 9; long clear sides, 9c; shoulders 7c; barrel meats, boneless pork, Sl"9 00: ugar cured meats, hams 13e; breakfast baccr 12c; dried beef 14c; tierce lard, 9 cents. Chicago Xilve StocK. CUICA60, April 26. The Drovers' Journal reports : HOGS Market steady; rough packing, 85 35 5 S5: packing and shipping. $5 856 20; light. So 305 90: skips, S4 0u5 00. CATTLE Market slow and weak; export, S6 40 (36 70: good to choice shipping steers, So 806 10; common to medium, 5 I05 70. SHEEP Market firm, nominal; inferior to fair, $3 75(i5 00; medium to good, S5 005 50: choice to extra, 55 506 2. 8t. LonlN JL1 ve Stock Market. St. Lotjis. April 26. HOGS Market active, light. So 60o 80; pack ing, ft 60a5 85; heavy, S5 Sofi 00. CATTLE Supply very small, only light local trade: SHEEP Same market as for cattle. KaiisaM Jty Live Ktook' Market, Kansas City, April 25. The Live Stock Indicator rerrt8 : SHEEP -Nothinc doing. Cincinnati Market. Cincinnati, April 26. WHEAT Market at SI 00. CORN Market weaker, mixed, 58. OATS Market firm at 36&36c. PORK Market steady atSl7 2517 50. LARD Market firmer at 88 42. WHISKY Market steady at SI tl. HOGS Market firm; common and light, 4 40 5 50; packing and tntchers, S5 156 CO. New York Wool Market. New York, April 26. WOOL Market quiet, weak, unchanged; do mestic fleece, 32r346c; pulled, 1840c; unwashed, 1023c; Texas, 1427c. Their Only Fault. "They are too cheap for the good they do," they say of Benson's Capcine Porus Plasters. Price 25 cents. Wanted. A good stoat boy to learn the baker's trade at Sicher's. 4-23d3t SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue and uthority of a special execution issued from the office of the clerk of the circuit court of Pattis county, Missouri, dated April 3d, 1884, and to me directed in favor of Martha E. Smith, Sarah E. Cotton and B. G. Wilkerson ad ministrator of the estate of George R. Smith de ceased, were plaintius, aud against J. M. Pilking ton, Mary E. Pilkir.jiton, John H. Pilkington, Lo rettaPilkington Willie B. Pilkington Mary C Brick el, John Krickel. Margaret H. Wallace, William H. Wallace, Annie S.O'Connell, Patrick A. O'Coanell, Maria Louiso Littlefield and D. S. Littlefield, de fendants. I therefore have levied upon and seized all the right, title, and interest and estate of the abve named def endants, of. in, and to the following described real estate, situated in Pettis countv, Missouri, to wit : Lots one (1) two (2).and three in block four 4) in Martha E. Smith an Sarah E. Cotton's fifth addition to the city of Sedalia, ano I will on MONDAY. MAY THE 19TH, 1SS4, between the hour of nine o'clock a. m., and 5 o'clock p. m., of Mii day at the court houso door in the citv of Sedalia, Pettis county, Missouri, while the circuit court of said county is in session, !ell the above deenled real estate at public auc tion, to the hisihe-t bidder for cash to satisfy said expcutiou and oust. M. S. CONNER, 4 29w. Sheriff ol Pettis county, Mo.