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THE SEP AT J A WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1884. A BLOOADED Cloak Market On account ol the lasting fine weather, the cloak trade haB not been irl.at t7C expected, and sb the season is already advanced, tritn buia abour fix -weeks ieft to eeii our winter wraps, wehaTe decided not to wait lor cold werther and fai- priefs, hut propose to sell the en tire lot, end again put the prices down accordingly. CLOAKS IMZTTST1 GO RUSSIAN CIRCULARS, HAVELOCKS, PALETOTS, SEW MARKETS SURTOUTS, CLOAKS. UNE PLUSH SACQUES OJNLY $25.00. Lot 2,325, Russian Circulars of Imported Black Diagonal clcth, with large fur collar, fur down front, double box plaits, ornament in back, a handsome garment, wiil go at $7.50. COME AND INSPECT OUR DKESS GOODS! SILKS. SATINS, REPS, MOHAIRS, DeBERJES, SUITINGS, FLANNELS, CASHMERES, OAMELETTS. Especially low prices this week at MESSERLY&. MEUSCHKE, 310 OHIO STREET. MekATJGHXJGtf BROS. ml am m uinc Men's. Ladies' and Children's shoes to he sacr'ficed Iu the shoe department of ERANK B. MEYER & BRO. Thit is doue to close out odds and ends and clean up our shoo stock in footwear at the Remember oine extra bargains C3-3Ftxxc3L Central Tin is Weeli 50 pairs wom?n's Defied shoes 50c and 75c a pair. 5 pairs women's pegged shoes SI a pair. 50 pair women's pfggi shoes SI 2 and Si 50 a pair. 20 dozen airs women's 1 goat button shoes SI 35 20 dozen pairs women's I kid button shoes $1 75, ICO dozen .r Ten's custom kid and goat at S2 25, 150, S3 aud $4, worth 75s and ?1 a pair. Men's coan-e boots, job lo.. Si 50. 3 en's buff" kip boots $2 a pair. Men's whole stcck kip boots S2 50 a pair. Men's c. stom Lip boois S3 and S4 a pair. Men's call boots S2. S2 50, S3, to St a piiir. Men's coajse shoes Si, Si 25. Si 50, S2. James Means' world euowned shots ?in lace, button and con gress. Other makes S3, SI toG. 50 1) -s ol chiluren's pes f hoes, shop worn, at 50c ? p?ir 50 pair of lw.vs, button shoes No. 9 to 13ar SI a p- -. 50 pa? rs of gir's' bu.ton nhoes, No. 8 .o 11. at SI a pair. Hoys' letter grades Si St , Si 75. $2 toS2 50 Co Jd e'i's aud Mjtses' bettc-jiiadcs Si 25, SI .1), SI 75 and S2. We afco ofler a lot of tenth's boots pt $1 a pair. Kovs Ikd Ms at SI 25. SI 50 $2 o S2 5U. Besidts a iaree ass rtment of men's and la dies' sippets, also a jull li-n of ladi h men's anl children's arctics and rubbers at 2rc-tly re futed prices, to c'o.eor t tvitb othe- la--t;a;us -h?ch are (o be seen at our Mammoth Establishment. GRAND GFiWTRAL, 304 AND 308 OHIO ST., SSDALiA. TROUBLED TROUBADOUR A Badly Burated. Comedy Com pany's Arrival In the City. i3 oughlv prepared to attend to all calls iu nur line, having an experienced Undertaker and giving -nalatteution to caw-a entrusted to ub. Tiirnituro rt wholesale nd retail. A -5dly CEISTRAL MR-'SOUJU WEEKLY BAZOO. ! SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1S84. WEATHER REPORT. TaySor, Horoiogist ana Ox'iici&n, No. HS Ohio tlrest, lor the tweuly-lour honrs log a. 9 o'cloak p. xn.. Noyember 20 J TIME. 7 am. i 51 52 4G 2 pin. 9 pm. HAB. VIND. 1 V'SA HER 2S-S6 E i Cloudy. 28:82 Vv Baio. . 40 md 42. CITY CHAT. Mies Agnts Feeks is in W:irreusbur, the guest of Miss Hattie S. Robinson. Don't forget the policemens' b-ill for the benefit of the poor on Tuesday night. The second snow storm of the npason fell last night and prospects indicate a white Thanksgiving. Fifteen uafortunatts were furnished shel erfroin the sleet aud rim at the po lice station last aight. Tue mortar boxes and piles of lumber in front of the Merchants hotel on third street should be removed. Judge Halstead at 8 o'clock lsst night -married Wm. Richardson and Belle Nurse, both colored and rtside in Stdalia. The policemen's charity ball which is to be given on Tuesday night next at Smith's hall, promises to he a grand affdr. Tickets can be hao on application to any of the police officers Levi McYey, the switchman who was badly injured while coupling cars in the Missouri Pacific yards Friday, was report? d as being much improved yesterday. He will be out in a few days. A turkey dinner to-day aud all the delicacies of the season at the People's res taurant, Wes: Main street. Messrs Werde man & Boggs have the finest run of cus tomers of any restauiant iu Sfd lia. Iheir table is supplied with the b si of every thing and their charges : re reasonable. l,oak out for their Thanksgiving turkey dinner and don't forget the place. EL of P. Festival. The members of Sedalia Lodge No. 27, K. of P. are making preparations for a grand festival to take place in their new building, on the 18th of December, for the purpose of raising money to furnish their hall, deserve to be well patronized of all societies existing in Sedalia while comply ing with their duties towards one another. The K. of P. are the first and only one who have done something towards keeping up their pride of our city. They have erected a building which is an honor to their order and of whtch every man, wo man and child of the Queen City of the Prairie ought to be proud of. They cor dially invite everybody, youDg and old, babies and the children to their festival on ibe 18th and the following evenings. The Pooritouse, tite Grave arid "Vic tory. Ashmore, Illinois. The Citizen pub lishes the following facts : Abram Beaver, an inmate of the Coles county, Illinois, Poorhouse, certifies that he suffered several years with, the most acute rheumatism, so that he could not labor and finally became so poor and prostrate he was sent to the poorhonse. The physiciars there gave him np and said he must die, but, a3 a last chance, they tried St. Jacobs Oil. A few applications gave relief and by its contin ued use he was enabled to leave his bed. To this is added the certificate of the Su perintendent, to the truth of the statement and to his belief that the man's life was saved by the UEe of the Great Remedy. Commenting upon the foregoing, the Citizen says, editorially, as follows: "We are pleased to fce able to testify to the cor rectness of the above, as the case came di rectly under her notice; anyone desiring further information can correspond with this office," feop!e!?owogopn tfhIKEKN0W it It you have your turkev ? If this is not our winter of discontent? How many dealers in coat there are in the city? Which will be the best attended church to-dhv? Who will be the parties to the next society wedd'ng? If the pric of flour should drop while wheat is so low ? If the Bazoo is not, by all odds, the best paper in the city? li Nellie McHeury will be creeted by a booming house to-morrow night? If drug clerks will not be a little cau tious in future in dealing out aconite for catnip ? Who will be a good candidate for mayor ou a business mau's ticket fn the spring? If the crop of candidates for postmas ter, under the new administration, is fully developed ? If a business man's ticket, regardless of politics, would not be advisable in the next city elec'ion? If the ciergy have forgotten their raid that they organized on the gambling fra ternity a few weeks shite? Thieves Break In. Some tiin' difl.-.g Friday night or early yesterday worn. ; nnkuowu sneak thieves effected an mtrauce to the Missouri Pacific car shops by forcing open a window and .-cure.l a misci liaueotis lot of to ils belong ing to the fo. lowing employes : J. U. Harper, B. B. Burns and Charlts Cobright. The tools are carpenters' tools and some of them bear the namt's of the owners. Sec ond hand dealers will do well to look out for them. A War of Words Only. Quite a scene transpired in the ante room adjoining the city council chamber just after the adjournment of the special session last night. As Alderman Stahl was emerging from the chamber he was taken to task by Collector Landmann, concerning a statement made during the evening to the effect that the collector had been neg ligent in his duly regarding the collection of delinquent taxes. Both were consider ably worked up, and it was thought at one time that the affair would end in gore. They finally cooled down, however, and de parted for their homes. Lost Lucre Recovered. While en route to Jefferson City last weeV, City Marshal R. E. Dale, of Clar ence, Mo., had the misfortune to loose his pocketbook, which contained, besides a small amount of cash, $2,000 in notes and other valuable papers. Chief of Police Barnett was notified of the matter and oa yesterday succeeded in restoring the miss ing book to its owner. It had been found by a gentleman who resides in this city. Mort. Married. Mort Ltmpton, an old Sedalia boy, but now traveling auditor of the Texas Pacific railroad, with headquarters at Fort Worth, Texas, arrived in the city Friday night from Denver, Col., where he was recently married to Miss Jeannette Fisher, an ac complished young lady of that city. Mr. Lampton and his bride will spend several dayB visiting friends in the citv, after which they will leave for Fort Worth, which place they intend makiug their home. C. S. McCoy's Troubadours arrived in the city i-n the In from the north list evening iu a bidly stranded condition, none of the me-nM'rs of the company hav ing e.iotuh money o prcetd lartiif r on their journer. Spou after th-ir arrival, the uiKuager of the -roupe hunted up a couple of prominent city officials io whom he made known the condition of himself and comphiiy. rlh-s- two gentlemen ad vauced et.ough casi wi?h wbich to procure trjin.-purUiion for theon ire irouiuj to rCnn s.s City, I'iKirg their wardrobe as security. The m tungr, Mr. C S. McCoy, was sem at the depot Us I evening by a Bazoo re porter to whom hejrfV. :h- following his tory of the concern : They ojered the season at Fort Scott, Kansas, on Sep'ember 5'h, and after making a lour thrwith Kansas, where they plaved to small houec, t iey vi:tci t :e smal' towns in LiiuoL tnd Indian--, here hy fot'nd busiuess no b tier, and, thinking they could make n hit in the northern nnrt of "this s't the proceeded there. This change of climate did not charge the luck of 'he company, as the sime kind of audi ences hev had bt ea p ay ing to in tin Sucker and Hooser siate.-, continued to gieet them. Finally they reach-d Sauls bury, whtrre they played on Friday nisjhi last to an $$ audie ce. Beiug almost brok, tht-y concluded to throw up the sponge, which th-:y did, and arrived in this city as above s'aled. AN INHUM S.N LANDLORD COUNTY GUESTS. Who Tliey Are and Why They are Held at the County's Cost. How Things Look in and About the Murray Man sion House. A List of the Prisoners Turned Over by Ex-Sheriff Conner. THE MARVELOUS SUCCESS OF- He is Stopped From Turaiug a Sick Boarder Into tiie Street by the Police. A few days ago a youn4 German named Henry Boeter. who is employed by Richey Bros., the furnit :re dealers, was taken sick with typhoul fcver, at the residence of Wm. Hartnian, a teamster, with whom he hoarded. Ever since his sickness, the yout.g man his bren treated in a most in human manner by Hartman and his wife, they Lot on:y refusing to administer to his wants and letting him lay in a room in which there was no fire, but going so far as to take the covering from the bed on which he lay and terrorizing him by threatening to turn him out iu the street. This they probably would hsive done lrd it not been for the interference of the police, who threatened to arrest them provided they did so. Y-sterday the mat er was brought to the attention of the firm by whom the young mau is employed, and tiiey furnished him with a new bed and bt-dding. They also provided som fuel to kep the room warm. The Odd Fellws of whom young B )e'ger is a number, have tskeu the matter in hand aud will see that h's wsnts are look ed after iu th future. It is h pity that thre is not some Ihw ut?der which such ir human beings could be prosecute!. Since Mr. Murray's installment into the sheriff's office, 'here m is yet been no ad ditions to the cowry's boirders. ?. visit ' o the jail yette-ilnr. snowel everything . a out th piisoii in the best i nrdtr n ' J v;-okiu s sin out hij xs under the uieiigge nient ot th. Ut exc IL-nt Slier. ft Conner ; allh- imh things -re still uui-whtl topsy twvy in the jil r Menee, Mr. Murray not having as ;t g:t his fnrailmv nd h- us- Ret pit g iffair cwnphitt.y arrngd. When 'he tfriHirter calltii, Mr. Miirr?v ; was .Wnl on dtitv at the circuit court, but : fvjin his dt-puty it was earned th follow I ins ri.-ori-rs were lln-n in the jail. Aibr Lwiug. colored. -nt Irom George town, 2suv. 3d, by Juaiice Knlp, for twenty five i-ys for carrying conceal d wrnpor.s. Chi-rlfS Caviiiugh, white, sentenced Nov. 3d, y E-tpiure HaUieiul, to fifteen dajs, for p tit larceny. Thouia.- Duncan, white, sentenced Oct. Cih, to two months, lay the stime court, on the s tint charge. A.. I. Stephens, colored, sentenced in the s tine court, S.p 17th, for three months, for iltslurbing the peace. James Wright, colored, committrd Nov. 14, from ?he criminal court, forix months, on the charge of bigamy. Lee Grant, colo.-eu, sentenced to twenty d-ivs, for disturbing the peace. lie is also held under n indictment before the critn i al conrt, in default of 500 b.iil, to an swer to the charge of rape. I Willie f learnt', colored, s?ntened Oct. j 1 17, to one month and costs, by Justice Halstead, for petit larceny. - Ed. Hodges, sentenced Irom same coutt to j twenty diy., lor disturbing the psacc, No vember SJh. Harry Carton, white sentenced Septem- : ber 29;h, ior six months by Justice Hal- stead, t r petit ltrceny. Louis Sexton, white, same court, fifteen days, November 3d, same charge. Thi constituus the list oi convicts serv ing times under sen'tnee, but in addition are the following prisoners Mhosecises are not jet disposed of : Bib DtGanno, insane, held to await the action -f the coun'y court W, G. Gaurant, committed November 3d, in default of $1,000 bail, to answer to the charge of horsestealing. Ja . es Lovall nnd Louis Conrier, sent from Johnson county for safe keeping. Lo vall was received June 14th, and is charged with hoist stealing. Courier ws cotnmit ied October 0th, lo awaii trial for petit lar ceny. LOVE LORN. ANDREWS' PEARL BAKING POWDER! And the trde it has taken from some prominent firms has ex cited theifenvy to such an extent that thev are trvino- tft in jure its reputation and predjudice the thousand of lady friends it nas gained in me last lew years by their trickery adver tising. The people will not be deceived by these low and trickery methods resorted to by the Royal Baking Powder to bring their goods into favor and regaiu the trade that has been taken from them on account of the superiority of AIST DREWS' PEARL BAKESTG POWDER, C. E. Andrews & Co. do not have to misrepresent facts and manufacture Government Chemists as the Royal Baking Powder Company do, aud to back up our statements we make the folio win CHALENGE S1LQQO milt r oit or Dr. Love are not regular au thorizeil Government Chemists of the Indian Department, as published by the Royal Baking Powder Co. "We will give the Royal Company or any one else L0003 or 103U00, it they can prove by any iair mutual test that ANDREWS' PEAKL BAKING POWDER does or ever did contain Alum or any other injurious sub stance, and this challenge is opon forever. There is only one Genuine Government Chemist, Dr. Peter Collier, U. IS. De partment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.,and ANDREWS' PEARL is the only standard Baking Powder that has in dorsement, .ANDREWS' PEAEL a marvel of strength, purity and whoiesomeness. It can be eaten by Dyspeptics without fear of ill results. 2so other preparation makes such light, flaky, nutritious bread. Try it and you wriil be convinced. Don't Want to Lecture. The following correspondence explains itself. The Bazoo hadj hoped to secure Dr. Kurchard for a lecture and thereby give Sedalians a chance to he&r what this gentleman of late renown would have to say. Ofeice of the Bazoo, Sedalia, Mo., !Nov. 15. Dr. S. D. Burchard, tfemr York. DeauSiu: You are respectfully invit ed to dclilver a lecture at Sedalia at such time and on such subject as you may te lect for the benefit of the Bazoo a newspa per published for the people now on earth. Trusting that you may accept the proposition as I am ready and willing to remunerate you to your entire satisfaction. I am, Very truly, J. West Goodwin. db. Bouchard's answer. Pastor's Study, Murray Hell Prfsbyterian Church, 23 West Fortieth street, " Kew York, Soy. 19, 18S4. . J. West Goodwin : My Dear Sir Your kind and respect ful note inviting me to lecture in your town is duly received. In reply permit me to s:iy that my various end double du tues as pastor and president of Kutgers Female college must necessarPy prevent me from accepting any invitation to lec ture out of the city. Yours, Very Kespectfully, S. D. Burchard. Johns' Defalcation. The auditors have completed their ex amination of the books of the abf conded cashier of the Missouri Pacific freight of fice, Wm. Johns, and it is now known that his defalcation will be between $1,500 and $2,000. As yet no tidings of his where abouts have been received either by the officials of he company or his bondsmen. COURT CALENDER. Proceedings in,the Circuit,City and Other Courts Yesterday. TOLICB court ' The Rer order disposed of eiht cises in his court ytrdavjinoming. Sam Fiem ming. the negro h-odium, charge i with carr ing concealed weapons and discharg ing the saint w' hin t'e citv limits; plctded not gtt lty but wa.H fined $75. Not h v ng that araoual of ensh he was sent to Cha. Unit es, John Murphy and Fraukj Tavlor, thre sptcimrns of the tramp fra- j ternitv wr- fined So ec'i on a charge of j . .... . i tresp:s-tnr. 1 m-y were given one rour in 1 which to leave tin city. Elmer Du , pleaded uot sutlly to the cl-r.rge of nfglvciiu to repair his sidc- -o.llr t-? va iiisn :rtrpfl. J. B. Barter, arrested on the same charge was found guilty aud cuedjiO. rJe paiu up. The cae gt mst J. w. rejor ior Keep- T AKH7G- HIM BACK, A. Colorado Murderer Passes Through bhe City in Charge of Officers. Woy Simeon EL. Harris has Sud denly Gone West. The Cincinnati Times-Star publishes the following: ''Simeon K. Harris has dissoiYedhi-? part nership with Janies K. Foraker, and L iu Missouri. Sim. was ore of the brightest young lawyers in Cincinnati aud was en j;ying a profitable practice. He made several thousand dollars during the past summer in connection with the legal bust ness of the Northern 'Narrow Gauge. He made hiends everywhere, was very popular in politics, and was elected secre tary of the republican county committee last August, a position wh eh he now holds. Sometime during the fall he bean to show signs of worry and trouble. He was bro ken down by hard work and bis mental troubles caused his friends to remark a great change in him. It seems that he was engaged to marry a very estimable Christian lady living in the West End. Sim, belongs to a strict Jew ish family, who bitterly opposed his mar riage to a Christian. The young lady, whose name is withheld, is very pretty and pleasant. Owing to a recent disagreement with her own family, idie is living with a relative. She has been quite tick, and the opposi tion of Simeon's relatives to the marriage has caused her much trouble. Some two weeks ago Sim's brother came here from Missouri and took him home with him. The interests of the lady have been put in the hands of a lawyer. It is also hoped that Sim, -will return, where he has many friends who are sorry to hear of his trouble." It is to be hoped the free western air of Mif souri will cause Mr. Harris to brace up and remember "Faint Heart never won a fair lady." Return Mr. Harris claim, your bride and come to Missouri and prosper. inn late honrs was dnyharge circuit court. A large number of c ss were disposed of in the circuit ccurt ytsterday. In tha matter of R. C. Sneet ami Jno. Montgom ery iu which Hilderbrht.d and others sought to procure an injunction rtstr .in ing the former from p-o5ecuting them ior maintaining a "uUnue by slaughtering ct'le ou the north side at their slaughter house. The case was iaken up. heard, and n temporary ii; junction granted t-s pr yed, aiid a h;nd for d nusges tiled and approved Au application wsy.-.lso filed and granted, juntrifg W. H Morten a party defendant DtftnoNnts Sneeti, Monlgonery rd Mor ton enttr their appearance and all the defend-.-nts are granted le ive to tie answer by first day ot the Janu&ry term, 18S5. In the matter of the state ol Missouri at the suggestion and relation of H. Kruse and C. . Snedaker vs. B. Rnuck, recorder of the city of Sedalia, which ,s a suit t re strain the said recorder from further prose cution ?g?inst the plaintiffs for vio lation of a certain city ordinance making it a misdemeanor for any person to keep a meat marktt wihin certain limits, defined as market house limits. A demur rer was tiled. Demurrer heard and over ruled. Stipulation filed and leave granted to defendant to atiswer by first day of Jan uary term, and case continued. E. F. Scott et. al., vs. Mary J. Andeison et. al.t equity; coutiuued on application of plaintiffs at "their costs. Same vs. Henry Mills, ejectment; same disposition. Mary J. Anderson vs. Nicholas Scott, ejectment; same disposition. Rainwater, iioogher & Co. vs. W. A. B. Berry, appeal; dependent enters voluntary appearance to suit and, by consent, judg ment to plaintiff for $265 and 6 per cent interest. Same vs. ETorvill Kirkpatrick, garnishee of W. A. B. Berry, plaintiff; dismissed at cost garnishee, Norvill Kirkpatrick. Same vs. B. H. Ingram, garnishee of Berry Bros.; garnishee dismissed by agree ment at cost of garnishee. George M. Smiley, vs. G. W. Smiley, equiety, evidence concluded; judgment for Beamen, defendant, in default of answer and court takes further time. W. H. Gummersoll et. al vs. Daniel B. Talbot et. al account taken ud by consent and court fiuds for defendant, and bill dis-j . i missed. Adjourned till Monday. The Horsford Almanao and Cook Book Mailed free on application to the Romford Chemical works, rrovidence, Rhode Island. Detective James Fitz,er!d, of the Ror ky MotiMtaiu DrUciiv associ ition, was a pas senger on No. 1 l.st evenit-g, bound fr Brckenridge Col He had in charge a prisoner named "Roxy" Jeffries, who is wanted for committi-ig a murder at that point about three yers ago. Jeffries was arrested at Saleai, Mass., on Tuesday last having been traced to that pkee by the officer. The murder, with which the prisoner is charged, was) a terribly atrocious one. The victim, who was au aged peddler, - named Solomon Jacobon obtaiued 'odgiug; in the cabin occupied by Jeffries, aud his ptrtner, a man named Hastings Some time during the night the old man was knocked1 in the head with an axe and instantly killed. The body was then carried from the hut and thrown in an old shaft, where it was f :erwards found bavily decomposed and almost -aten up by rodents. Shortly after the fiuding of the boty Jeffries and Hastings mysteriously dis "ppeard aud suspicion at once fell upon them as the murderers or the old man. Hatinss wis ar.ei.ted t fe months after wards on hU returning to that locality and confesvd to participating in the crime, but claimed that Jeffries was ther al murderer. Search was then it stituted for Jeffries with the result above mentioned Tne m irir -i r 'br an intelligent looking man - .it fifty years oi age, and from hia appera:ce one would not think that he would be guilty of so diabolical a deed He was formerly an insurance agent in the town in which he was arrested. Beautiful Snow to the Front AffaUu We might hav expected it, but some how last Tuesdiy morning we felt calm and peacefu', he s'eak had been nicely cooked for brekfa-.t, wife didn't ask as usual for "some spare change," little Johnny refrained from wiping his molasses covered hands in our whiskers, no body yelled for copy as we came into the office and even the office towel looked a little cleaner than usual, but it had been snowing and juat then tr. mp, tramp close at our elbow we heard foots'eps. Glancing up we knew our doom had hunted us down, for lo! he was tall,- he wore seedy clothes, his hair was Jong, his index finger was in mourning ana he carried a roll of paper, which he began to slowly unwind and we? knew him at once for the "Beautiful snow poet." "Well sir," said he, "I have brought you a few little versfs about this first snow storm Listen and I will read them to you," then he began "Oh see the snow; As we go tripping It is skipping And whirling tr And twirliag" "Murder!" we yelled, and at this pre concerted signal, the new office boy caught the poet near where his suspenders were fastened on by a nail to the rear of hia pants and by the back of his neck, and as he ran him down stairs as if every step had been soaped for the occasion, we could hear him in a voice which sounded to ub like an angel'3 singing: "Bu. the snow will away And yon can't stay. Now look at this shoe; Then specially say If it wouldn't be best for you to slide vamoose Git." i 4 v T"