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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 34, 1884.
5 A REPORTER'S REVENGE. Robbed cf the Idol of His Heart,' He Publishes His Story to the World. A Well Known Sedalia Lady the Heroine of a Forced Marriage. It isn't often that a disappoioled lover rushes into print with the s:ory of his blasted hopes and blighted anticipations of a sweet and. tender union w ith the woman he 1 ves, bat now and then revenge prompts sacii a step, and a curious public is feasted for ihe nonce upon that which ought to be borne in silence and secrecy. The following story of disappointed love, and the rather unroinantic marriage of a well known Sedalia youi g lady, is frm yesterday's Globe-Democr-tt, and was writ ten by the dramatic critic cf thai paper, he being the lover who lost the yonng lady. The young man who did marry Miss Cas tle is from Saratoga N. Y., and is in every way worthy the bride he has won. He is oa the clerical force of the Mis-ouri Pacific, j and is efficient in the discharge of his du-! ties. The Globe-Democia says: j "The marriage lenses issued by the re corder on September 24 was one to Edgar A. Holmes and Julia Castle, of Sedalia, Mo., and herebv har-g-s a rem intic little storv. Miss Castle was a vcal pupil of Prof. R. S. Poppen in this city, last winter, and made a hot of frien-Js among music it people. She was quite a promising scholar, rather pretty, and a favorite among the gentlemen. During her sty here, which ended the 1st of July, Miss Julia formed th-j acquaintance of a young man, and their freudship soon ri pened into love. They were very devoted to each other, and it wss thought the result would be a wddirg. Miss Castle ratur ed to Sedalia, where sue resides with htr sis ter, Mrs. E. E. McCleilm, and soon the songstress lud another young man dtsp?r aiely smiiUn by her chaiins. Mrs. Mcl 1 llan and her hus'atd encour aged Julix in the lsst aff.iir f ul of the St. Louis young came engaged to Mr. Edgar A. Holmes, aud the couple came to S', Louis to get married. The ceremony was to have been performed at the residence of Mrs. JBrown in South Sl Louis. The minister aud invited friends were there, but Miss Castlet when the supreme moment came refused to have the knot tied. Her intend ed husband bagged, and the mi ister be came inipati ik s-t the dt lay, but she re mained obdurate and the wed ling was off. The young lady had, upon coming here, passed ihe evening in he society of her old lover and she was stricken with re morse. After the matrimonial fiasco at Mrs. Brown's Mis Castle left here lor Cincin nati with the intention of ersuing her musical studies. She had ten thtr.-two or thr.e d.-'ys when a telegram came from Mrs. McClel an ordains her to return to St. Louis and Income Mrs Holmes or she would -h.tve to pay her own bill-. Mhs Julia chose the lormer alternative and was married a wek ago vesterday. The young wife is now in Sedali passirg the hoaey moon. She wall return to Cincinnati next week. must go and see Bro. Jones abrut my daughtjr Scphia tearhirg the Bibk class in the Sundry School," and he walked rap idly away. PERSONAL. and, uomind ma, she be- Rev. D. C. Srjwne is in Kansas City. Dr. Willis P. King returned yesterday morfciug. Aug, Meier left for St. Limis last night. C. C. Clay and wife will returu from St. Louis Monday. Miss Bramble left last n'ght lor a visit to friends at St. Lou's. A. C. Moore, of Chariton county, was in the city yesterday. J. W. B-.ldwin of the Lamonte Record Whs in the city yesterday. Miss Lizzie Dobyus, of this city, is vLiting friends in St. Louis. Miss Lura Owens, of Clinton, is visi -ing friends in the Queen City. Miss Mamie Learning, of Concordia, is spending a few days with Sedalia triends. Miss oSet'ie Ha.'gard returned yester day eveniDg from a -visit to friends in Han nib il. Mr. Charles Turner and wife, of Hau- nibal, are visiting Miss Nettie Haggard, of mis city. onarne nunt re urneu last evening Irom St. Louis where he ha-j been attending the fair. Tim Freeman, of Mob?rly, was in the city yesterday on his way home from a trip to Benton county. Cul. J. E. McHenry, of the Isevada Democrat, patsed through the city yester day en route to JrfFerson City. Phillip Shear an old time Missouri Pacific ei.giueer, but row running on the U. P. was in the city yesterday. J. N. Dal"3y returned from his visit to the Oage legion yesterday m rni:ig. Mr. Dai by 's health is much improved. Mr. J. M. Coller, of Fayette, passed throuiih Sedalia list night, en route home from St. Louis, where he had been attend ing the fair. Emmet Dugan and W. H. Messerly left last nihtfor CalifcniH wheie thy will meet Mr. aud Mr. Henry Meusthke and return with them to-d ty. Mrs. Lizzie Lothrop, wile of Dr. G E. Lothrop, of Boston, Mass., is i avintr a fly ing y:s:t to her sisi-r, Mrs. Col. J. W. Snv- der, on Eat Fourth street. 0. K. Garrism, jr., of St. Louis, grand son of Oliver Grarr sjn, a gentkman well known throughout Central and Western Missouri, is in the city, the guest of his school mate, Jack Gentry. WilSur Wah'en, for the pst four, months an employe f this office, left last night for his home :t Fayette, where he has accepted a position on his father's pper, thellov.ax.i County Advertiser. Wiil is a good boy aud the Bazoo wishes him success. BUSY BUKGLARS. They Visit Several Places in East Sedalia, But Meet Witt. Poor Success. DEACON DINWIDDIS. He'Gives His Eeasons Why He Thinks Ohio Will go Demo cratic Tuesday. Deacon Sirreon Dinwiddie was down on Ohio street hunting for a cl auge for a twenty-fi?e cent p-ece info nickles, as tlrs i; the dy is his church for taking un a collection Kr supporti- g the gospel in dis- tncis wnere the preacher only gets SoO a yeir from tl oe to whom he preaches, and the deacon lelt that he must contribute as much as five cmts, anyhow. A Bazoo reporter furnished the change fa 1 ii fihlKEKNOW Burghrs were busy in East Sedalia Fri day night and several places wre tntered- Iheger.eral impression is thntthe robbing was the work of brys, as a man could not have got into the stores through the smali openings nude, several parties are sus pected and the police are on the wat.h for them. AT MAYOR RICKMAN'S meat shop an e trance was efketed by cut ting a hoit- in one of l he front window scretns. The money drawer wjs broken open and all the ch-ir.ge which had been left for yestt-rday was taken. It is ih ught this robbery took plice at about 10 o'clock a3 a gen'leman who was passing the store at tint time says he heanl a luise inside, but ts it was dtrk and the parties did not seem to be the least cautious, he supposed it was some of the employes of the estab lishment at g. r. Dudley's East Third street grocery store an entrance was effected by breaking a pane of glass out of the side windows. Here the robbers appropriated a number of pocket knives some frencn harpsj a box of cigars, some brats linger rings and a lot of tobacco, amountiog in all to bout $20. Mr. Dud ley does not leave money in the drawer over night and it is fortunate for him that he does not. Mr. Dudler informed the reporter th.t some one had entered his store about two weeks ago but to that time nothing was taken but some edible?. It is very evident that the robb'rs were ac quainted with the premises from the fact mat they knew just where the things were which they wanted and bothered nothing else. PATRICK SLAVEN'S Saloon at the corner of Third and Mar vin streets whs the next plac visited Here a window p ine was bn kn cut the same as a Doudiey's The thieves carried off a lot of cigars and s .me whisky, besides eleven pennies, which wre l'it in the mi ney drawer. Nothing rise was missetl. A DAYUGAT ROBBERY. Charhs Sorenson and Willirm Bowen, two plis'erers from Sl. Louis, employed on the new add?t;on of the Merchants" lute, and boarding at 512 East Third slteet, dis coved yesterday afternoon thfct th-ir room ha I ben entered by thieves, wi-o attcceedi d in getting away with a silver watch, goli plattd chain, gold collar button and about S2 in money belonging to Soren son, and a lot of shirts and other articles of clothing b-longing to Bowen. Both parties are satisfied that the robbery was committed during the day 3'eseruay, after they had lelt tle house for their work, although they did not niis5 the articles until in the afttrnon. They are confident that no one cculd have entered the room during the uissnt without their A Lo3t Child. Shortly berore noon yerterday notice was lef at tin police station that a Ii tie child about three years of age had strayed f:om the residence of Mr. A. L. Goodwiu, where its mother was visiting. The mother was, of ouree, almost distrncted, and the police usd every effort in their power to rind her lost dirling. The little runnaway was found in East Sedalia about 1 o'clock, hav ing been ahsent from lume more than two hours. He was exctedingly ;lad to get home, and his mother felt too much re lieved to give him the spnking he de served. The enerpri-ing youngster is the son of Mr. Carpenter, ot Smithton. ! WARRENSBURG WISDOM. WILL MEET IN SEDALIA. The Twentieth Annual Meeting of The Congregational Gen eral Assembly. The Bazoo's Derrick Succeeds in RaisirR a Few Intellectual P6bbles for Sunday Headers. CITY CHAT. Lamines!r?e, south of Fifth, was le ing graded esterday. The youngest daughter of Marti u O'Riley is seriously ill. Alex. Grimshaw was yesterday given permit to bury a child in the potter's field A country wagon stood on sconil i r i u r tr .i . -Hr.y Rabinson, of Forest City, Mo.. r"IU "11,uu rmer was Ulbuia 0Ul is a teudiug the Norm il. ' cxuer at nve cenls a 2.Jass- Ihe funer.il of the late Peter S. Meyers will tak place to-morrow morning ;t nine o'clock from the Germ m Catholic Church - There is a very lsrge att ndnee Et the Normal school this year. The twentieth annual meeting of the -eneral association of t'ie Congregational churches of Missouri will convene in Seda lia, Tuesday, October 14. This will be one of the largest gatherings ad most impor tant conventions of the church for years. Represent ative ctergy are to be present from othtr slates and also fore'gn couutries. It will bi an association that Set' alia should take pride in, and every citizen will contribute to the success and profit of the association. The convention will m et iu the Congregational church, Tuesday even ing at 7:30 o'clock. Program for the first evening is : feermon by .Kev. Henrv Hop kins, of Kansas Citv ; address of welc me by Rv. V. J. Van Wagner and !o tion of the ussjciation. gantza knowledge. Horslord's Acid Phosphate in Sea sickness. o. o. Ji'arKer, vvenmsron. u.. snvs: Erie. I gave it ti who were seasick, and it crossing .Lake "White some passengers g vc iinajediate rcliei." CHURCH SERVICES. Mis- p. U). 7.30 If Jenni? lik-d that chewing gum ? How Bridget liked her ride Thursday Mhsion sun lay school, corner sourl anu Lo p-r strep's, at 3:30 L'nicn prayer meeting Thursday at v. m. First Baptist church, corner of Fosirth and Lmiue streets. J. B Fuller, pastor beivice3 at II n. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun day fcchool at 9:30 a. m. Episcopal services to-dav at the iinsl liour-, corner of Seventh and Oiiio streets Prtaciiing by the Rev. Dr. Foster. evening ? and while doing so asked the deacon what tue palor? Why :he ladies won't let Bob go into church, comer Van Ohio he thought of the prospects of the demo crats carrying Ohio nrt Tudav. well," saia me Utjacon, "1 am not so that, but they , . certain aoout tneir omng will come verv near it." "What gives you such encouragement?" asked the rpener. t It is a glorious fact, that while our .party is a party of reforaj, it is not in favor of passing laws jestricting any of the liber ties of the people, and that is ihe reason the voters are going to cast their suffrages XXl ttl no ent y -i r. "Then I understand ihatyou are opposed to teuiperanci," repli-d the reporter. fX-no, hard'y taat," was the hesitating answer, ''but then you see I don't believe in dragging this 'ere temperance question mio p uiics, ana wnen that caus ky on Know my with whisky than any man can make with If Ka'e has sren'Sud since her return, and if so, did she rc:ogniz hi r ? Wh't a certain delivery boy thought he w?s doirg Thuis ?a evening ? If the young ladies .-enjoyed the beer tiey gt on Main street ytsierday ? What the young ladies were looking at through the crack in the fence ye3terdiy V fifrt.ot J:oU. Church ni. Mr. morning evening If they-ung gentleman who was wait ing so pttiently at the depat last evening received an answer to his second note ? The North Side mg ni evening. (Congregational ami Msth streets, Alien J pjs:cr. Suiiday school at .-erv.'cs at 11 a m, and 7:30 p. Van Wazner will preach both and evening. A cordial welcome to all. First Cumberland Presbyterian church, Lafayette venue, A H. Stephens, p stor. Aioruiug subject : "uhntt or Self?" O.-au voluntary. Atlagto A. Lebeau. Volun tary : '1 lie Lord is my Shepherd." Off r- tory; Andantino- schcoi at 9:30 8. m. STATE CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCrATION. Pastors and delegates trom all the Con gregational churches in Missouri meat with the Congr gational chuich of Sidlta on Tuesd.iy evening of this week. In addi tion, there will b3 eminent men and elo- The First Meeting. The outlook for the present school year is more favcnble than ever before. The buard of education lus been indefa'i gable iu the interests of the p iblic school and the letter are more than likeiv to nap for the city a rich re,w:ml. Many of the leai-h-rs of the prest nt corps, though new to Sed. lia, hve fullv shown that they :?re experienced iu sell: ol wrk. The first regular meetinir of tie teachers was held yesterday in the Bi old way -chcol building. Teachers were all present though some were not quite on tim-t. The super lnfmlen' set an example cl pr mptness iu b. gtnnmg at 9 o'clock, acc rdit g to the program. Alter a few pointed remarks froa h?m the t acters were divided into three clisses acoorcing to their grade. The t-achers ot the firrt taree g-adrs formed ih first divifi m. those of irradei four ami five, the secjnd div'sion anl all above the iif h grade co s'itute the third division. This arrangement ena'des the teachers to carry out their programs U th same time. Iu dir iaion 2Tc. 3 the work was ?h it of the prim try department. I. ,w:is we 1 done. Miss Mary L gin has charge of this st cticn. Miss Mary Fiaven holds the su preme ofiire in s-f tion Xu. 2. The work in this section r-latid to daily program? which were put on the bl-ckbetrd and eUbortelv discussed. Prof. Holloway ha charge of the third secth n. The program consisted of a dis cussion o: tne work ol tlie sixth erade. bv Mis Heath, an ciuliue fur 1 Ji guase teicli- tng, by Mrs. jut : n i an ext rcise in reail int:, conduct! by Mh Hopkins. The diicusou wa not as fu 1 as it should hive been, yet many .ojd fruits were brjnght out. At il o'clock ihe teachers assembled in No. 11 when they were addressed by Prof. Roe, of the Sedalia Unive-sity, on thesub j-ct of "Music." This gentleman U lately of Bo-ton. He displayed a very efftcthv knowledge of the science. After a short and earned add re, he introduced Holt's muic charts and se. form their good point-?. We have to doubt th.it he i morn- equal to his work nd that he will prove a S CCeSrIUI IPSTrUCtOr in h? ( biwKmnnt Aftt-r a fw remarks from the snnerintpn- dent, Prof. Cully, the meeting adjourned. NOTES. The corps consists of 43 teachers. The lower rooms ar not so crowded. The new teachers are lion. Plummer Magoon has resigied as city marshal, and wtll go to California. The Bazoo can be had daily at Kobsrt Dunu's news depot, on Holden street. C. C.Chadwick and Miss Hattie Dun bar, of th'sciy, wtre married on the 2d instant. Charlie Pennington is smashing trunks at the biggage room, vice James Lynch, resignrd. The ladies' aid society of the East Se dalia Baptist church gave an entertain ment at the nsideuce of Mrs. E J. Browz corner of Fifth sn I Brown street-1, Friday night, which was well attended. All re port having had a gGod ime. Mont Carries' Horse. The constable of Sedalia township is verv food of a fine horse and prides him- Mre. Flora Bng, of Atchison. Ivas.. self up m being the owner ol a fast step- z t A jr j m is visuxug ner parems, iur. ana Aire. vvm. Zoll, on Broanwsy. R. Baldwin, the editor of the Standard, is the Fifth dittrict candidate for elector on the Foid ticket. John Stone and A. Plummer left Sat urday mornirg for an extended business trip to the Pacific coast. Mrs. F. X Wagn r is vi-iting her daughter, Miss Laura, who is attending school at Lxington, Mo. Miss Emmi Sniets. who has been vis- s I itmg the St. Lju.s exposition, was expected Ufon investigation it was found that the home Saturdxy altsi noon. horse was still tied to the hitching-post -Mrs. Barbep, of Christopher's Dry and PuHiug back so hard that :t was im- Goods Palace, wi 1 speud the winter with possible to uutie the halter. The impa- her brother iu Mississippi. tient reporter proposed to cut the halter. r:iinr Ronrv XpIH has bppn n1o on . "U1" on .J"u l.ne consiaoie, "max per. ile nas traded norses three times during the past week, but each time has been unfortunate enough io purchase a nag blind in one eye or with some other deformity which he did not discover until after the animal was purchased and he had begun to become attached o it. Mont's lates: acquisition in the sl.ape of horse flesh he considered a veritable disyr but he loaned it to a reporter yesterday aud when that functional) mounted the faU-stepper, it absolutely relused to move tie evioentiv did not nave a nose lor news the democratic ticket for representative in the Eastern distric, in place of J. H. L. Scot', w.thdrawn. Joe JReussis building a twe -story stone froir busines house on Pit.e street, to re place one of the first wooden buildings erec-.ed on this street. halter is worth more than the horse." After cor.s'derable effort the stubborn bruti was untied, but the reporter declined to have anything more to do with him. Then the constable got mad and he traded that beast for au anima 1 which he regarded as a superior specimen of horse flesh. This he turned ov r to a bov Mr. E. T. Pennington, the agent at the to rids home, but the rider was dt posited dej o has been notifiel f the reduction of in the middle of Main str-e and return- rle has t een at cut here for nearly ing with dii-gust written on every linea- wagts. twenty vears, and is oue of the most faith ful men on the road. James Lvnch, for twenty years an em ploje i-i the Pacific railroad herf, has re signed his position aud gone to Hot Spriuts for the benefit of his health. Uncle Jimmy was born in Tipprary und is au eathusia-jtic Bl line ma.i. The shipments of grain from this point in September and up to last uiht were l&rger tlmi for the same eriod l-st year, the freight receipts showing an aggrega'e ot to 000 irotn tLat souice. The shzn- ments of stone aud live itock showed a like il crease. mentoi Mi vonthiut couirenance he in fo, me i Mont that he must take his darned old horse home hisself. This the constable did as soon as he cculd find the animal which was eat:ng from a haystack on East Main street. He siys he is done with horss trading for the present. Horrible. Vandalia, 111., Oct. ll.On last Friday,, a little child of Mrs. Michael Waggoner a German woman living near Lamsey. died. The neighbors knew no'hnr o vismujj Mr?. Duffield, of Holden, is her daughter, Mrs. J e Dixon, on Culton street. Miss Bettie Dutrield, another daughter, will leave in a few days for the child's death until four days latsr, and. the fact was only made krown then by u neigh hor woman, who, on going over" to Mrs. Waggoner's, found tne dead body of the child lying on the bed in a stale of decomposition. The mother appeared un concerned and remarked that her child W3S? Yokohama, Japan, under a ten-yetrs' con- dead, saying uH;m stink. We have to tract a? a teachers lor the Board of Fore sn Missions of the church. Cumberland Presbyterian gtvirg itistac- -The superintendent think? the schools are 50 per c nt. better than last ver. -lie lttr 'duction of class drill throw him out pre'ty soon." The peculiar circumstances attending the deata of her husband. Michael Was:- Crisscy & Hnnt, of thip eltj-, are build- two years ago, and ber strange ac- ins a handsome tw-. -storv arone fr nt busi- tl0?s at V1 nme el letting much commen X nes lioue on the corner cf Market aud Holden s?rte?s. On the lower floor will be two s'ore rooms fronting on Holden str- ett one of which will he used by Crissey & Stevensoo, real estate agent?, for an office. Back of these, and fronting on Market stree', will be another commodious room. m wnich is located the iron vault and time-locked safe. The upper story will be devoted to offices. Janif s B. Elliott, a young farmer liv ing two miles eat of tjwn, drove to the ciiy Thursday evening, and hitched his team to a poet near the Market street church. After durk, and while he was transacting hs business, some graceless scamp took the horses loose from the post, r. - ? it . . uuu, auer giviug nis cesi girt a "spin or toe peopu ot mat neignoornooo. it will be remembered that Wagoners hodj was found four days after he died by sevs- r il neighbor men, they having to f jrce an entrance into the house. Mrs. Wagoner declared that no one had a right to interf ere with her and her dead, and vowed she would shoot the first man that come on her premises. It was known tint Wagoner and his wife quarreled frequently. She; has been regarded as being slightiy de mented for several years, though not thought to Le dangerous. While it was believed that she was not altogether sane, the opin ion prevailed then iht she feigned insane ily to a gieat extent, fearing she would be held for the murder of her husband. Whecr the coroner ordered her husband s body tt rouna tt-e oioctc," or a aozen of them, be huried, Mrs. Waggoner protested and ptrhaps, t time i the horses ad ntt. It wps declared she would keep it iu the hoas& not until Friday morning that Mr. Ellb.tt thirty days. The people of that neighbors found them, hack Of EtUeka mill thnr- hnml nw'Iohlv inrtinint t Tioirlnff fru J 1 W V V MAW my -i A M V. W W 41 W oughiv pded but otherwise unhurt. as a Sunday pari of tl institute v.ork is a goad feature. Cumberland Presbyterian Synod, Missouri svnod rf the Cumb2r!and VrPt. byteriau church which embrhcas the north. ern half of the slate, will meet in the ( ura te lard Presbyterian church in this citv. Skould feel proud to have a grocery store quent speakers frm Sen York city, Bos- delegation is elxpect.d. One hundred a'nd equal to any m the ciy with a vonug man ton, Chicago .and Constantinople. On thirfv-ekdn L hc L w - j .- ednesday, the synod will be ege convention in the it i . as anv honsA in thp ,.itir oVcoc t? "n. : i r l"1"' ,J fcUC iege. ooraethiag near a newspaper. Tbe mere I think of it. the i .tQ. i iT .1' I " j ' :"?' r--", qxw vuu nave ceen raised lor . . j 1 .iiw uuu l vu v ci Luau nil v in 1 it' r 'iiiiisf. blii iiiiii'r i 11 iiihiil imhii wiii ctijq it i in anorel ihmk Ohio will go democratic he- If you wa-t good goods, low prices and po- Thursday evening Bev. Dr. Barrows, of cause - and here the deacon shut up like lite treatmen', call on Mr. Bode, 425 North New York citv, Dr. Humphrey of Chicigo . . vi. m j vaaBB atfeei- ana ur. linen, ot Uoustantm p'e, will The reporter was not to be baffled, and . speak. The day sessions will be extremely he asked the eood man if he thmiP-ht it . ir.-i .. X .;ti in u, ' " 0 i-ouce uourt. UK C81' ti.wpi win oe uiscusseu t. . J . wards' was the reply. But why not temperance alongside party r' "Because I believe in personal liberty." "The lib rty which promises to make your son John a drunkard ?" 'That has nothing to do with the ques meut, and this meeting fullv raise the remainder. b quite intertiro-. 0 - , These the endow- expcts to' A Happy Couple. It i seldom in this wicked world that the full fruition of every earthly hope is reached and joy is perfect ?nd unronfined. 5)iich an earthly elysuim, it seemed. ws witness a second horrifvin? spectacle, and declare thi't Mrs. Waggoner, if insane,. must be taken at once to an asylum, ot! leave for other parts. Belle I3oyd. Dallas, lex., Oct. II. Mrs. F. M. Ham- be'mg enjoyed by a voutbfui couple at the moni tte noted confederate spy, known at. depot yesterday. They sat in the ladies7 belle Bo:vd who ha8 witbm the pas few waiiirg rjom. eich with a large red sick months figured conspicuously in several of candy in th-ir right hamls. In his lp sensational scandals in this city, is again repoed'her vrn mittens, and one little in ano-ner which eclipses all former ones hand lay confidingly in his bis broad nalm. ?nd is tl,e absorbing topic of the day. She- No one had the heart lo molest them, and Las daughter, Miss Grace, aged about thus they sat m blissful silence until the arrival of their trio. Chance to Crow. A 1 sixteen years, wnom sne claims was se duced on the 23d of last June by prominent young man named Catton a clerk in a banking house in this city . Last night he called at the meetings will Folic Slate temperance after- 1 of I 1 I . I HnllniPinn non t kn 1 t 1 . TherP u-pro bni tbrP i J ine aove eminent nieu, and by clergy- t. v" ,"""'5 " 5VJ. arrivals at ot. r.: j .1. " men rom J5t. L.ouis, Hansas Uitv and otner t,u"UBa.,,4urer!i ai iz o ciocs las l uiui iiiiir hiiii iihv n.uru 1 . M. . 1 t r 1 nnnrf vp.tprr mnrnm ,U . men irom Ol. bOUlf totallv d void of anv inferest. Fnl?nw?n P.1rcI& The chotr ha, prepared to render - - w v . . I 1 u. "iTiniif mnnm A nr.,1it I . . 1 1 6 uutan uiiuiu .a. ujiuiai neiuoLuu 10 ail to the meetings both dy and night. Those who are to entertain euests will please be prepared to do so at any time night: for VBg- was the docket Fred Younsr, the would-be policeman, came in and pleaded guilty to tne charge of drunkenness and disturbing the peace. He was fined 6. Tuesday. tion," was the rather nettled leply of the J. B. Athem got too full for utterance deacon. and was taxed S5. "But, deacon, you believe in quarantin- ,Frei Emerson was takrn in on the St. Jacobs Oil. the great pain cure. 'on "the mg against diseases like vellow fever and cuarse of tresspasing and was nnedS3. He shelf, and say3 he considers it the greatest Hon. J. W. Hayzlitt, Waterloo. Iowa. a member of the state iegislatore, keen C- t t ,1. . . ' small pox, and cholera ; now, as a cliris- li3n, how can vou ODDose a law whinh has chars j w JJ J - W 'UVA y,s auoquenuj given a stay 01 execution remedy ever used for bodilv ailments. iu icve iue cuy. n ieiu for its object the salvation, not only of the body, but the souls of men ?" Oh, you are one of those fanatics who A Pleasant Affair. There was quite a pleas int ga'heriog of Cleveland Burnt.. "Ma," said a precious youth of a few young people at the residence of S. Carr a roaaway, r naay nignt, in honor ot liss Xellie Caries twelfth birthdav. Liht which are nassed for that, verv nnmrc nv, cnn t a t... .1 m ? .1 , cm. S v.. u 1 -V IV. 1 -T - tr r-1 v j wuuuci wuai mey wm was very pieasanuv p.niiea awav with it 1 a n r g , i,roniDU ousts 01 next on the poor man," replied the ten- games, etc. Among the many present the tame, don't vnn ?" I ,W-V.Qo,..i i. . . . ' ... ' .l ' ' j 1 vn.i-.uc.si.icu iuuilcj, a sne luoseu ever ner .0.0 I u,v ' I . 1 . .1 1 1 . . V o, j. ULU, I ci 1 00 1 or or Tta nr ti.i.1. want to regulate the morals of society by summers who had been reading of the ter- on I uo.-ii j , . . ribIe conflagration at Cleveland, OhU, Miss btill, descon, you are in favor of laws "Cleveland is burnt." refre which are passed for that verv purer s. 1 Oh! Mvcon.T wnnrwli iWw;n am.' Isn't that regulaurg the morals of so eiety by law in cne respect?" The deacon made a few scratches on the sidewalk with h's cane, remained slent a minute or so, and then said he didn't care to talk any more with the reporter. "1 a newsoaner in m. t. - nis nana. "Son, you go and look down the street and see if your aunt is comine." said his father, who was busy writing at the secre tary. reporter noticed Misies Blanche Bron-on. Pearl Palmer, Minnie Kingsb kprt Belle Kiogsbsiker, Lulu Chaple, Mamie Rus-eil, Gertie Leach, Ada Jtffrles, May Despa n, Daisy Ford, and Messrs. IX a CanBeld, Al bert McClnrev, Bert Matthews, Chub. Leveridge, Will Levrridge, and a few oth- luicnaei Jrveaay occupied iNo. 2 rancy. Chas. Connors, lor the same cha-n-f nmn- pitd pirt of the cell. Man in jSo. 1 too drunk to tell his name. Alice Manning, a Kansas Citv woman" for lewd conduct. James Neal, associating with prostitutes. -rony Martin, lewd conduct. Jack Stivers, disturbing the peace and refusing to pay a fine. Til 2 Bazoo shipped, hst nhrht. to Charles- Hammond home and Mrs. Hammoud shct. ton, tins state, 200 illuminat d postew, 2S m in the left nrm, alleging that hi re by 42 inches, to be issued in announcing a fUSa to repair the wrong done tbe girl dy big democratic rallv at that place, with marrying her. The wound is not dat ger- Senator Vest as the chief speaker. ons Mr. Catton denies ever having aay These posters ure a, handsome a spsci- illegitimate relations with the young ladV men of fine and attractive printing as can and dedans it to be au attempted case of be seen any wbere, and their attractive an- blackmail. The syrai athies and conddence paraice hps dieted praise from all who co'nity appears to be wih him-. have seen them, and it u no snnll compli ment to the faculties of the Bazoo to do such printing, to hive this job pass by St. Louis and be given lo an office in the in terior of the state. Samples of this macr- Agreed. Chicago, Oct. 11. Telegrams were re- ceived in this city to-day from the presi dents of au the roads interested m ratify- The boy disappeared through s side door, ers whose names could not be learned. Crashed to Deatn. News was received in this city yesterday of the death of J. H. Barrett, in the yards at State Lino. Barrett was a night switch man in the yards. Friday night as he ws walking over the cars his foot slipped and befell betweeu tbe cars, aad wes mangled in a horrible manner. - He lived a short t"ni2 after and rcqu-stsd that he be buried at Leavenworth. Kas.. which was donu. Barrett was a single man and was uni- versslly liked. New Maple Syrup Just received. Also, maple sugar, euaran- teei;pure. Haik & Stubtevant. nificent poster will be sent by mnil to ing the formation of the Colorado and any addrts?. They advertise a mestinar Utah nools as outlined at tho rwpnt t better than a bl tst from Gabriel's horn. iag in this citv. This makes certain th miintainance of rates at least until Jan Successful Hunters. uar lsl lbb0' lhe percentages should be I 4 n.1 . . L. A. k. 1 l.f 111 I . " 1 from a weeks hunt on the Osige. They were delighted with their trip and Mr. 1alhy s-iys he Killed one of the largest coons he ever saw. Mr. Bishop is a former employer of Mr. Daloy and is a nephew of ihi ex governor of Ohio. He fe?ls confident of a demo cratic vic'ory in the Buckeye state next Tuesday, and thinks there is no doubt whatever of the election of Cleveland and He dricks by a handsome majority. See the Grand Display Of fine, fat ard tender meat at the eld re liable meat establishment of Kruse &Fred- Batlly Wanted. St. Louis, Oct. 11. E. J. Wymau, pn prietor of the restaurant at 1113 Clark ave nue, directly opposite the Four Ccu-ts, is. badly wanted in that vicinity. When his cooks and waiters assembled yestesdap morniug to go to work they found the res taurant dosed, and a farther investigations, showed that the proprietor had left for parts unknown and left a smali army oil creditors behind. The restaurant did & rushing business during the week ancS. Thursday night Mr. Wyman counted up his pi e and decamped. The butcher, ba ker, cook, d .shwasher and waiter all 'called ricks, corner of Seventh and Ohio, and you j upon Capt. Fruchte yesterday and related. wrIl always get your meat there. how they had been dupedt