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i'HE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1884. DEE BS GOODS ! Our stock is by ar the largest iu the city. All the latest novelties are constantly being received, as soon as they appear in the market. Another lot of fancy Beiges, Castimeiea an J Suitings on the road, aud will be on sale in a few days. Look at our line: At 10c. Plain and fancy Alpacas, m all the shades. All ool filling. A few pieces of Brocades and Serges. At 12 l-2c. Changable Serges and Brocades. Also a few jieces ilohairs. At 15 c. Sixty-five pieces to select from at this price. Handsome Brocatells, Debeiges, Suitings plain and fancy. At 20c. Pacific mills productions all go in this line. Some handsome design, in fancy Suitings, Reps, etc. At 25c. In this line we show a mammoth selection of fcuitmgs, plain and fancy, in all the latest shades. See them. All wool Bunting in every shade of the season. At 30c. Orange, Canary, Golden Brown, Cinnamon New Irabs, and all the latett shades in plain Suitings, all go at 30c. The finest line in the city At 35c. Handsome line of P!.i Check Suiting, Silk and Wool Fabrics, Double Fold Cashmeres, etc. At 40c. Big line of Foreign Suiting, including Zuzerain Silks, Hair Line Stripes, handsome Plaids for com bination suita, Bebeiges, etc. At 50c. In this line we show a superb selection of Suit ings, Cashmeis, Nuns Veiling, Crapes and Silk and Wool Fabrics of the latest production. At 60c Twelve different lines to st lect from at this price. Hai.dsoine designs that can't be equaled for the price. At 75c. In this grade we are especially headquarters. No such a line of Cashmere, De Uirges Albatros, Suitings, Ottomans, Ratzimers, Stripes and Plaids, was never shown in the city btlore In addition to the foregoing, we show a mammoth stock of Silks, Satins, Plushes, Velvets, Summer Silks, Laces, Buttons Trimmings, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Embroideries, hosiery, Corsets Table Linen, Napkins, etc., which are to go at rock bottom prices. Call and look through our stock and be convinced that we have the best stock in the city, at prices th t are not duplicated bv any other house. MESSERIiY & MEUSCHKE, STew Store, 310 Ohio Street. Mclaughlin bros. NO. 116 SECOND Coffins, Caskets, Metalic Cases and Caskets, Burial Robes, etc Night clerk at store. We are thoroughly prepared to attend to all calls in our line, having an experienced Undertaker and giving personal attention to eases entrusted to ub. Furniture at wholesale and retail. 4-25dly LARGEST FURNITURE HOUSE IN CENTRAL MISSOURI. WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1884. Announcements. The Bazoo is requested to announce the name of J. W. Walker as a candidate for re-election to the office of assessor, subject to the decision of the democratic county convention. td "We are authorized to announce Bent Uees as a candidate for sheriff of Pettis county, subject to the decision of the dem ocratic county convention. td We are requested to announce the name of Albert Canen, as a candidate for county assessor, subject to the decision of the dem ocratic county convention. td We are authorized to announce Mont Carnes as a candidate for sheriff, subject to the derision of the democratic convention. We are authorized to announce George F. Longan as a candidate for the office of prosecuting attorney of Pettis county, sub ject to the decision of the democratic county convention. We" a re authorized to announce the name of M. H. Priest as a candidate for re-election to the office of collector of Pettis county, subject to the decision of the demo cratic county convention. We are authorized to announce Jno. L. Hall as a candidate for re-election to the office of county treasurer, subject to the de cision of the democratic county convention. LITTLE PRINTS. McOlellan leads In Wall Paper. A little scrapping matinee took place at the narrow gauge depot yesterday morn ing. A black eye and a bloody mouth were the results. Cole's circus will pass through Sedalia Sunday, on the Pacific, en route to Kansas City, where its canvass will be spread to morrow. Eight soldiers passed through the city yesterday. They were from company B, Jefferson barracks, and were en route to Ft. Stanton, New Mexico. The late Augustus Schell's will divides j 20,000 among charitable institutions, but gives the remainder of his estate to rela tives. Exchange. He should have remembered Schell City, Mo., munificently, as the town was named for him as a compliment and to perpetuate his memory. Some person who had very little to do, poisoned the little dog belonging to the little daughter of Mr. Loomin at the Jay , Gould hotel. The little girl is nearly j heartbroken over the loss of her pet. The beautiful fancy colored labels for the boxes of the "Sedalia Press Club" cigar, just introduced by James O'Brien, were printed at the Bazoo office, and are most elegant specimens of the printer's art. There was a prize bulldog fight at Eldorado Springs yesterday for $50 a side. The winning dog belongs in Lexington, and was brought to this city last night. He is of a light brown color, and weighs thirty-seven pounds. In another place will be found a call on Capt. Joe Higgins, of Blackwater township, to become a candidate for the legislature from the western district of Pettis county. Capt. Higgins is an old and trustworthy citizen and the Bazoo hopes that he will consent to serve his fellow cit zens as a member of the legislature. Isaac Adkins' Statement. Mr. Isaac Adkins called at the Bazoo office last evening and stated he had been misrepresented in articles that have ap peared, relat'ng to his wife, who is so sadly unfortunate in the loss of her reason. It has been said that Mr. Adkins' treatment of his wife had been the chief cause of her loss of mind. This he denies, and says the fact is she had shown the strongest evidences of insanity two years befor the marriage, but this had been concealed from him by her people. He has been married to her some seven years, and during that time it has been necessary for her to be sent twice to the Fulton asylum. He emphatically de nies that any misconduct on his part has Ieen the cause of her misfortune and such statements do him a great wrong and inj'iQ tice. He is a house mover in this city, and says the three children are being sup ported and cared for by him. Sudden Death. Mr. Joseph Halstead died! suddenly yes terday afternoon, at the residence of his father, J. A. Hnlstead. Mr. Halstead was feeling as well as usual in the fore part of the day and had been down town. About noon he complained of feeling badly, but nothing serious was thought of the matter. As he continued getting worse a doctor was sent for, but his efforts were of no avail, and at about four o'clock in the evening the spirit of Joseph Halstead took its flight to that tar-off land where naught but bliss is known. Mr. Halsterd was about forty-one years old and was well and favorably known in this city. His wife, who is sick at her home in Denver, has been telegraphed the sad news. The bereaved family have the heartfelt sympathy of a host of friends in this, their hour of trouble. Died. Mrs. C. Klinkick, who resided at the corner of Twelfth and Hancock streets, died yesterday eveuiug, aged 65 years. Her re mains will be interred at Rockville to-day 11 I flfSiir Gs U Are tlie handsomest ever made in the city. You. are invited to inspect them. Stylish ai ors C I Co HOW LOVELY, See Your New Store is !" has been the general comment of all visitors to our estab lishment, and no wonder they are pleased for there is not a finer Dry Goods room in the State. ransit "We have in transit a tremendous addition to our Muslin Underwear Depart ment. The goods will be here Tuesday. Sales in this department have ex ceeded our most sanguine expectations, and hereafter we will have a stock that will please all. Children's Suits. . Misse3 and Children's dresses are also selling well at the following low prices : Percale Dresses at 50c, 75c, SI and 81 50. American Cashmere dresse3 at 83.50, S4.00 toS4 50. Flaunel dresses at 82.75, 3.00 83.50 aud upwards. Suitings at 84.50, 85 00, 36.OO to 87 50. New Silks, New Ottomans, New Tricots, New Brocades, New Lawns, all at prices that will do you good. Remember our mammoth establishment is di vided into twenty departments, each containing rare bargains. Frank B. Meyer & Bro., Grand Centra!, 304 AND 306 OHIO STREFT. SEDALIA, MISSOURI. TO THE PUBLIC ! "We wish to draw the attention of the people of Sedalia aud stale of Missouri. "We have purchased a 2o,000 stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ! Comprising the most stylish, cheapest and hest line of Clothing, Hats and Gents Fur uisbing Goods, in Men's. Youths, and Boys' Goods. Call for lots as follows : We Sell Lot 3516, All Wool Suits $G 50 Worth S10 00 7311, 7135, 3045, 3040, 3030, 1021, 7485, 797S, 1616, t( 1; (t (I tl IC (( blue flannel S 50. Scotch suit S 50. " 10 00. Cassimere 7 50. 7 50. 9 00. Boy's suit 4 50. o oO. 6 50. (t 12 00 12 0C 14 00 12 00 12 00 15 00 S 00 S 50 9 50 All other goods sold at proportionately low prices until April 1st, 1SS4. Mr. Sam'l Sprecher "wishes to inform his acquaintances and friends that he is now connected with the FAMOUS CLOTHING CO. Mackey's RE 118 aXIIV STREET, AND HUT HOUSE, 206 OHIO STREET. Carrying the largest stock in Central Mis souri, and huying all of our goods as job bers enables us to retail loots, Shoes, Hals and Caps, At prices below all competition. We offer win UiOfl On our bargain counter, where we are sell ing odds and ends from our wholesale store. W. S. MACHEY, 206 Ohio Street. EVERYBODY ! JrijT ji i CHANEY & CO. For Suits Made to Order. CHANEY & CO. For Hats and Shirts. CHANEY & CO. For Clothing, Underwear CHANEY & CO. For Nice Imported Suitings CHANEY & CO. For Your Stylish Outfits. CA GAhE ! CASH ! 112 Main Street. A FL .V WORDS Keprardinff the Job Printing" and Book Binding Department of the "Bazoo.7 To the old residents of this city it is un necessary to direct attention to the excel lent and complete facilities of the estab lishment in the above named -branches of the art typographic. In these two depart ments they well know that the Bazoo has been tried and tested to the abundant sat isfaction of a host of patrons. But to the large number of new coiners to this city and section it will be imparting informa tion of interest to state that this papr justly boasts one of the largest, lest equipped, and most completely furnished job printing offices in the entire state, and also one of the best and bicgest book bind eries. Each branch of the business is iu charge of skilled, careful and pamstakiug superintendents, who have each a force of competent workmen. The best evidence of the favor and regard in which thete departments are held by busi ness firms and the public generally, is the fact that a generous and abundant patron age continues to be extend d 10 these branches of the Bazoo's business. The steadily increasing orders received from uear and distant points have made itneces sary to procure additional material to meet the advancing demands of the business The Bazoo is prepared to do all kinds of job printing and book-binding promptly and in the best style. Prices will be found reasonable, and those desiring any work in the above branches are invited to call and leaye their orders, or send them by mail. Poster work, and printing of premium lists and posters for fair associations, a spe cialty. Died. At the residence of Mr. B. Scott, corner of Fifth and Vermont, at 4 o'clock yester day morning, Mrs. Mary Hanlan, aged 70 years The funeral services will be held at the house this morning at 9 o'clock. Rev. D. C. Brown officiating, after which the funeral cortege will proceed to Long wood, wuere the remains will be interred. If tie city will not fairly boom with the electric light, a wire screen factory, a creamery, a sewing machine factory,1 and other evidences of genuine manufacturing industry ? Arrest of Barbers. Last evening Deputy Sheriff Fred Con ner served a warrant upon Win. F. Weise and each of his employed barbers, on the complaint of Prosecuting Attorney Heard, charsiug them with violating the ''Sunday law" in opening the barber shop and bath rooms of Mr. Weise last Sunday and pur suing for a time their rccustomed avocation-. Each of the live save bond in the sum of $100 to upper for trial at the November term ot the court. In an interview with Mr. Weise he stated that barber shops were kept open Sunday, in a j number of cities of the state, among others I I Z . T T - nemg ou ijouis, ivunsas vuy, ljxiugtonj Concordia, St. Joseph and Springfield. He snid he wished to test the case before the courts as to whether the shops in Sedalia should not be regarded as equally within the intent of the Sunday law as those of the cities named. He takes the affair quite coolly, saying, it was what might be ex pected, anil is satisfied the decision of the court will sustain him in his action. ESTKeep This in Mind. In the Diamond Dyes more coloring is given than in any known dyes, and they give faster and more brilliant colors. Ten cents at all druggists. Well, Richardson & Co., Bur lington, Vt. Sample card, 32 colors and book of instruc.ions for two-cent stump. UnvarniBhed Truth. I maintain without fear of contradic tion that my work is equal, if not superior to any in the United States. I never mis represent toods to force a sale, and have never handled any "Cheap Johu" work. The best men in Sedalia and surrounding country when they want to purchase a buggy, carriage or, anything in my lire, know where to go to get the best work, for I sell them. All my improvements in patent donble tree shaft and pole is supe rior to any ever invented, and the leading eastern manufacturers of buggies and car riages have realized the fact by ordering from me what they cannot equal in the world. My improvements are simple, practical and durable. If you want infe rior work yo j cannot get it at my carriage factory, but if you want the hest work and material in the United States Tcan supply you. Call and see for yourself. Eespectfnllv, 4 27 d w It F. G. Crowley & Co.. Eclipse Carriage Works,S05 West Main St Prevent sickness by taking occasional ly one of Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, a wonder'ul appeti'.e., an at'olute cure of biliousnee. 15 cents. OUK S3 15 SHOE, Made bv IDS OS, In Ci, Di and EA widths. This is a QHTNTlfl DnMHlTl llulllllJlD DdlplH. Kemember our 8100.00 Organ to be given away May 21, at the one-price cash house of Vonder Kuhien & Byler, 317 Ohio Street. Ml Wholesale and retail dealers in HARDWARE, CUTLERY, STOVES, TINWARE. Sole agents for Crown Jewel and Golden Star Vapor Stoves, with automatic extinguisher. Can't fill while lighted. Guaranteed superior to any in the market or money refunded. Full line of Lawn Mowers Rubber Hose and Pose Carts, Water Coolers, la Cream Freezers, Bird Cages, Pump, Screen Doors and Windows, Garden and .Mechanics' Tools. Call and see before buying. HOFFMAN BKOS. 305 Ohio street, between Third and Fourth. ON THE TRACK. Items of Local Interest for the Knights of the Link, Pin and Punch. The trains were all ou time yesterday. Engineers and conductors report lively times on the rord. W. H. Hartinan, of Moberiy, was in the city last night. Road engine $0. 381 has been turned into a switch engine. Frank Mason, an old time Wabash engineer, was in the city yesterday. K. & T. engine Xo. 65 was taken into the shops yesterday to have her cylinders repaired. The Brotherhood of Firemen of Par sons gave a grand ball Friday night, which was an electric success. The stalls at the round house were all full yesterday. It has been some time since this happened before. W. R. McElroy, conductor on the north end, will leave for Iowa this morn ing, to visit his father who is dangerously ill. M. L. Parker and wife, of Moberiy, were in the city last night. Mr. Parker is chief train dispatcher of the K. & T. road, with headquarters at Moberiy. H. N. Garland, western passenger agent of the Gould Hues, has materially improved in health. He will remain at Hot Springs about three weeks longer. The Missouri Pacific and K. & T shops were shut down yesterday and the boys were given a chance to take in the town. This they will do every Saturday. General Passenger Agent H. C. Town- send, of the Gould line, who has been at Hot Springs for his health, ia greatly im proved, and will resume his duties Mon day, Louis H. Heman, of the Union depot of tbe Missouri Pacctic railroad, has lost his bright little daughter of 2 years. She died of croup. He has the simpathy of a large circle of friends. Globe-Democrat. The man Hughes, of Cass countv, ar rested several days ago for obtaining mon ey by check on a bank in which he had no funds, was arraigned before Jnstice Rifie yesterday, and the case dismissed, Hughes agreeing to pav back the 5lo he hau re ceived on the bogus check. The Wabash yesterday issued a circu lar giving the rules govering the billine of household goods, supplies, etc., when consigned .0 employes of the company. Ail sncn articles take hall rates, except in certain cases, like the removal of a section foreman in the interest of the company, when they are transported free. The Waco, Texas, Examiner thus speaks of the earniugs of the Gould system 01 ranroaas m lexas, under the passenger rate of tluee cents per mile : A compari son of the pnssenger traffic cf 1S82 and 1S33 shows thai the profits from it have not been reduced by the three cenls per mile act. in lbb'2 the International & Texas Pacinc carried B7S 950 p ssengers; in 1SS3, 1,338,198, for whieh they received in 18S2, $1,S75 228, and in 1883, $2,392,991. a clear gain of $517,763, or an increase of 18 per trl .t r r per ceni., wnue tne increase 01 ireignt earn ings has only been 12 per cent. Freights have been untouched by legislative action, passenger traffics have been reduced, and yet passenger earnings have an increase of 5 per cent, greater than freights, making everything in favor of low rates. iLOOKING FOR A LEVER. C,I say " said a railroad brakernan, run ning into a depot restanrant, "the forward trucks of my car have slipped off the rails. Have you got a piece of iron anywhere about that we could use for a lever ?" "I don't believe I have," replied the pro prietor. "What's this ? ' asked the brakernan. trv- ing to l;:t sonrething from the counter. "That's spo )t.e cake." "Well. I guess it will do if it isn't too brittle. I will bring it back in a minute." Philadelphia Call. - People pvoajjajfy flhIKEKN0W: If Lee Hazlewood didn't do his man right ? When the court house will be com menced ? What made Fred turn so red yesterday evening? If East Sedalia isn't a little ahead on weddings ? If J. P. got left in East Sedalia the other night? How a certain gentleman likes his new plants ? What the young man will do with the crazy quilt ? If the young man is quite sure abou the size, etc.? When Joe Davis will get another jug of buttermilk ? Where John Harris obtained that new suit ot clothes ? What became of the man who had so much money? If Brent Smith is not a good man with a shotgun ? The name of the gentleman who wants to buy the springs ? What became of the gold dollar the youni: lady had ? How Harry liked the hat-mark he re ceived vesterdav ? Who went to St. Louis with Bill Tucker last nght? The name of the gentleman the boys call "puddleduck ?" What the lady thought when she found the key in the yard ? Wben that Third street young man will take a tumble? What the young ladies intend doing with the bag of salt? Why the young man was so anxious to get the butter dish ? If the young lady will keep the secret the young man gave her ? When the dog nuisance on West Third street will be abolished ? How long before another burglar will be brought up standing? If a certain younj; East Sedalian is mourning this morning ? If "Lemons," the dude contractor, went to California this morning ? When the young lady w"ill receive the long-promised photograph? The name of the argument Dixon and Stocks were having yesterday ? If the two East Sedalia vouner men srot left at church Thursday night? If a certain vouner man has said Good night for his last time in Sedalia ? The name of the gentleman wfro "couldn't hit the side of a house ?" If a certain young lady on East Third street don't talk in her sleep ? The name oi the gentleman who- salted the meat to make it weigh heavy ? The names of the two young men who were "feeling so good yesterday evening?'? If those engineers expect to ever get forgiveness for the stories they told recent ly ? If Sedalia youths will mourn for the fair (?) maiden who left the citr last ' J night? What strong article that young lady was carrying up Ohio street Thurbday at noon ? Why the young man was afraid to open the letter, and if he is not glad he did not? If that Fourth street couple were aware that a Bazoo reporter saw them last evening ? The names of the two young ladies who quarreled over the young man at the sociable? If the young lady really thinks the "youngest of the thiee boys is so glum looking?" The name of the young lady who thought burglars had chloroformed her one night last week ? Why a would-be reporter on an alleged morning newspaper would not follow the tern to the peat house ? If thinks it good for his health to climb the northeast hill of Otterville four or five nights every week? If the railroad company did not make a mistake in abolishing the office of rail road policeman at the Union depot ? t The name of the woisan who wanted to die when she found the snow storm Mon day night haJ ruined her fine geraniums ? If, before the summer is over, some of the hardest kickers against the weather will not wish for "one little drop of rain ?" The name of the proprietor of a cer tain boarding house, who charges his boarders full price and only gives them two meals a day ? What Ed. Burrowes, of tbe St. Joe Gazette, would do if the Bazoo repeated all that was told it's reporter by Mrs. Ad kins, the lunatic? Where the fellow wa3 raised who cleans his teeth on a Pullman car by dip ping his brush in a glass used by the pas sengers to drink? What the feelings of the Fayette dude were when his successful Sedalia rival walked off with the young lady to the the atre Friday evening"? m If the signing of the high license or dinance is not a credit, not only to the mayor and board of aldermen, but to evy tax-payer in the city ? What special brand of long ard thin cigars is that lately bought by Kruse & Fredrick, and how such "fragrance" ever could be put in cigars ?