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THE SEP ATT A WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1884,.
i i 1 COOPER COUNTY JUSTICE. How it is Meted to the People at Clifton in a Disturbance and in a Dog Case. read lo the jury. The attorneys talked hard for their aide, and the case was finally submitted to the legal six, who retired, and reiurnea in a snori ume witu uwfc ui "not guilty," Ogle gave another shrill whistle ana pulled his hat over his ears and hied away. legBj No An Irish Broil, and How John Offle Accused of Stealing a $29 Dor. was Jackson took the cross out of his turned his quid in his mouth and said, more pup in mine. Not gttiltv was the verdict broght, And Ogle swore and scolded, But Jackson smiled and said the dog A "tail" of truth unfolded. NOTES. Justice Hedges threatens to resign his office. W. T. Ramsey, constable of Ofterville township, attended to his duties taitliluliy. Hon. Tom Cranmer attended court all Tnm wants to buv the cos to hunt Thi.rsiay was a field day at Clifton, a smnli town in Cooper county, about twenty miles north of this city. Justice N. P. Hedges held his court. It was 10:30 yesterday morning when the irmti walked "into the room med for hold- fnrtahlv filled with men and day. vni7B huddled around :i red-hot coal stove, mugwumps with. The iuslice took a turn around;the room a d Shackelford, the acting state's at- he was placed under nnnnle times andDut two eeg.case3 on top tnmpv in the cases vesterdav. is a brother the station. WWfw . i WW. .... I .J " oi each other in one corner, auu unugmK oi D. YY. onacKeuora, proseuuuug nuurucy - . i x: - AN AGENT'S ARREST. A. R. Kellam, a Fruit Tree Ped dler, Held for the Ft. Scott. Authorities. A CLEVER CAPTURE. On the 4th inst., Chief of Police Bar nett received a telegram from the mayor of Ft. Scott, Kas., -asking him to keep a look out for and arrest A. B. Kellam, a man who had formerly been in the employ of the Hart Pioneer Nurseries, of that place. The day following the chief learned that a package addressed to Kellam was in the Adams Express office. Thinking thst he would probably call for it a watch was kept for him. Yesterday afternoon a man ooilo t fhe nffinA and inouired about the day morning and left on the day train os tensibly for Carrollton, Illinois. Mr. Conway says his wife is bereft ox her A Michigan BeautY Taken In reason and is cunning beyond the ordinary by the Police Last It wa8 8iven year3 apo my wjfe - m. I m a. Nlgnt. first exhibited signs ox impaired reason. oince mat time cue nas Dcen an insane woman only occasionally until November The Affair Shrouded in Mystery n. 1SS4 when she had another attack said i svia TfcftfnnfiR t.o Talk. Mr. Conway to the reporter. The husband told the reporter th3t they had oeen married lv years and she has a , , nu:ff ri:a son 18 years and a daughter 14. This dif- Early Sunday morning Chief of Police , . , . Rtopv Barnett received a telegram trom the city .. . mniaA . ' Ul f -Dnm0T. M nh acbincr him tn uc '""V'" SAD SUICIDE. A. . w. -v r . m -ftninTT arrest R wouiau usmcu auaijr j-i. azed 35. blue eves, light curlv hair and very curlv bangs. The officer, soon after - . 1 J? t. 1 ,1 ll,ot a been married ten years and had no children. Of course there was method in her madness. ''Suppose you had met her here; what would probably have been her demeanor?" asked the reporter or Mr. Conway, called at the office and inquired about the answering the description to a letter su u p i a u package, and as he suited the description Xled a found trip ticket from this " WhJ would have readily clung to of Kellam in die possession of the officers, fj Kansas Sy! TMnking that she and she 15 a lov,cS Wlfe" re?1,ed Mn arrest and taken to down his fist, said "order in court" Everybody took off their hats and the sound of voices was huthed. "All vou who can't get seats must stand n vmir two leers and make as little noise iKI. nd if vou don't behave the wrath of the law will be visited upon your of Cooper county, and is a lawyer of Spring- . . . -i - f . i held, Mo., ana is on a visit io v.euirai uxiv souri friendB. D. R. Neal, one of the jurymen in the Sweeney-Burke cate, had a gone appearance ahnnt. rhP monin. un inauiry u was The prisoner admitted that he was the man named in the diSDatch, but was ig- . T - T 1 norant of the charge on wnicn ne wab wanted. He was locked up and the Ft. Scott authorities rotified of his arrest. Kellam was seen after his ,mceration "RArvn ronrecentative. He says that in. VII XUliUirjr ii . 4, rrf tVio nnmr, about 1 -AZrK paving was aiKiug uv x,xo -cpttipmnnt with ihe auditors of by he the Poiul iu "j. ---f; Conway woum prooaoiy reiurn uu um The officers were telegraphed to at St. kep a sharp lookout for her on the arrival Tlieadair mnineto arrest her on her of all tiaios Irom the west, ana iasi nigni tU , A , a A .ft n .ha was rewaraea ior ms paiua, , . , . . f , she arrivine on No. 4. Immediately on w ,r s T :7. .1." " her stepping from the train, she was plac gentleman. He looks, acts and under arrest and taken to a hotel, where ,f. aK:, vntoo h;oa Du will hp trnardPd until the Michiean c4 T & UUV ww n - a devoted heads," continued the Court frown- anything to eat with him, put his taise i c.rAT, rppm in nis uockci. xue yuwcv "t The room was still ss aeam ana uie m- lectin me uuiwui auu - tie boys only breathed when they thought loss of the same, and since that time has nnnriBiir0' hiQ .tvstp.m With SDOOn VlCt- ine lcuce was uui iuumuk iucuh i --i ---"-'""---o "Mr. Constable run the dogs out and pro- uals exclusively. iAA enWnnnD fnr 1 his HTtTlV of tobaCCO I or H.filin,, thAir months with "ROUGH OH KA1B." VuBTfrAO nuu v I .1 H 1 v QQ;rf thp indtrp. tJlear out rats. mice, roacnes. mt. amo, Oic io ntu, j , . - . , , ,- ii - T The constable hustled around and soon bed-bugs, skuuks, cnipmun&s, gupuexo. had a lot of cigar boxes hlled with eartn ioc. JJruggists. in Hiffprpnt narts of the room lor the use authorities arrive. The fair prisoner was seen bf a Bazoo renresentative but she refused to have any thing to say, beyond the fact that she had done nothme for which she could be ar rested. She afterwards claimed that she! had ran away from her husband, and it was him who had caustd her arrest. Dl.n ,B a Ana I nr l I n rr vnmnn H Tlfl WAS - . ni irr I .- a uud uua till. - the auditor turning over io him (Kellam; dregS(j in a neat traveling suit. 8he tikes a the com pany at Golden City, Mo. During the set tlement between him ana me auauor, diKnnte arose over the payment of money which he claimed was due him for his ser- m . . C m I I rr f f I rvrf hrf vices, xhe mauer was uuuy scmcu uj xankee ousmess man and probably is. Chief of Police Barcett received a tele- cram last evening from Larry Harrington, chief or the St. Lonis police, stating that Mra. Conway had been arrested at that point and would be held until the arrival oi air. uonway mis morning. HIGGINS-BRANHAM of the "chawers." Andthenthev "chawed" these "chawers" did, Witn jaws that never rested, And carelul aimed tobacco juice Each box of earth invested. THEIR NAMES WERE DENNIS. 'Mr. Constable call the parties to this ro nKft nf state of Missouri vs. Dennis rti V Sweeney and Kobert Burke.,' Thp case was called and the form of evenrmtr thp inrv pone through with. The witnpsses elevated their right hands to preed to tell the truth in fear of the wrath to come. The aitorneys. Ed. Shackletord repre- pntinty the rjrosecutinar attorney of Cooper nnntv and W. A. Fast, of Scdalia, stood for the defendants' and business c menced : With legal forms and legal lore The case was called in court, And men and boys all crowded 'round To listen to the sport SUMMARY OF THE CASE. "EVnm thp evidence it seems that on the f?Q i h dv nf "November earlr in the ni SHAME ON SHAOKLEFORD. Cruel Treatment of an Aged and Infirm Lady by Her Two Sons. V i I 1 ' L rt n.nnOFfV ll O n nnrca dnn iiiiLri'v. ilia uiu uti w uv u avuw no; - . - - . ith him tn this citv: and it is W L. J - - ' i nnw in oharce oftbe noiice. The prisoner is a fine looking man about 60 years ot age, ot ooa aaarets ana uoes nm mnir Hire a criminal, -llc v;jini .v imil fmm Rt "Lonis where he ias resided for 30 years and where his family lives. A tHWram was received from A. B. Pierson late last night saying to hold the nriennor no ho wnnld be in thlS CUV tUlS ner arrest rather coollv. and savs that an ?nvtiir9tion will nrove her innocent oi anv charce. The Michigan marshal was notified of her arrest by wire last night, and until his arrival the charge on which she was arrest ed will not be made known. IiATER. Wedding" j-Yesterday Afternoon tfie Park Hotel. Nothwithstanding the fact that yester day wa3 one of the most inclement of the season, tel Hymen's devotees were not daunted, but Droceeded in the good old . Mrs. Mary Hancock of Clinton Th Unfortunate Victim. She im nTivfin from Home and Forced to Seek Shelter in the Depot. Yesterday morning's Bazoo contained an fashion which wjs begun in Paradise, to amount of the arrest of a woman named take UDon themselves the vows of love. morning with papers for his transfer to Fu Mary L. Conway on the strength of a tele- The parties referred to were Miss Ellie 5rvit ffram received from the city marshal of Branham, late of Texas, a young IXiageWay, illCnigttU, IU -UICI,Ul i. OJOl- I lailjf WUU U laigo viitc uua nett, of this city. in this ciy and vicinage, and Mr. S. D. in an interview wiin ner yeaierua sue i xnggina, sou ui vui. uu jL.igiuo, The Great Tramp Reaches Sedalia on HiB Return Trip. adhered strictly to her previous assertion of -i tint fennwinp whv she was arrested and young farmer of near One of the mcst extreme cases of cruelty ever brought to light in this city was un parthed ve3terdav bv the police. Late in the afternoon, the attention oi juarsnaii Dn.nt nac nollorJ tn nn nld laHv vrh n had XdlUClb noo wavu v . j I auiu - i , 1 - , , .-7 - JJ been lounging around tbe depot waning through this city on me oiu u&y ui ouuc ujc nuitu SU6 uu. room all day. xne omcer appro&cueu ucr Mast, on nis wviauiiT kvnmcor nn a waper oi c.vnn. xcoici- a prosperous Houstoma. The ceremony took place at Sichers Park hotel parlors in the presence of about twenty ot the most intmr.te mends and relatives. Rev. Hendricks, pastor of the and asked what she meant by putting in the dav in such a place. Ihe woman, who wRq.cn old and infirm that she could ul scarcely be made to understand anything, I ;mfnmorI tli a TTiorcTial that further stated that she had done nothing to deserve it. When azain questioned she reiterated having left her husband and said that she thought "she had a perfect right to do so, as, Christian church at Houstoma, performing Tlio reariprs of the BAZOO Will rememoer wniie ne naa noi ueea pnruuuiairijf uuaiuu, me cereiuuiij. . . t i I t i r ir i v r-t Adrian Hitt, the pedestrian- who passea yet ne naa wys w mMug uct uuluujiuh- aoie wnicn sne uiu uui twe iu acn. u, and which made her unhappy. In reeard to the statement which ap- neared in the morninz naners of her hav From parties who came up from Clintoa- yesterday, the Bazoo learned the particu- . r.i r-i i j - 11 lars oi me suiciae, oy arownmg in a wen, of Mrs. Mary J. Hancock, wife of Mr. J B. Hancock of that place on Tuesday evening last. It seems that the lady, who was highly respected, had lost her eyesight and the tact so preyed upon her mind that she baa become slightly insane, and upon several different occasions she had endeavored to destroy herself. At the coroner's inquest held by Dr. MeDe? her husband testified as follows: "Recognize body as my wife ; know how she came to her death j last saw her this morning in bed with me; she woke up, talked and kissed me ; children up stairs made a noise and she went up stairs to see lo them ; she came back and seemed to be crying ; she wanted to know why I permit ted her to go to the springs last time ; she said she had to get up; got up and went out; I followed shortly and heard a splash ing iu the well ; I called the children and sent for help, and tried to get her out. She was insane on some things ; she had tried to destroy herself several times; I took a string from her neck twice last week she tried to hang herself to the bed post; she was blind ; was 43 years old and past ; her name was Mary Jane Hancock."" Other witnesses testified to the fact that she had premeditated the suicide, and there is but little doubt that the unfortu nate woman had brooded over her afflic tion until her reason was dethroned. The coroner's jury gave their verdict in ac cordance with this conclusion. The residence of the family is a mile northwest of Clinton, and the well into which the fatal leap was made is about eight feet from the house, is surmounted by a curb the usual height, with an open ing in the top about eighteen inches square hardly large enough to admit her body,, through which she managed to plunge. One of the saddest features of this case is that five children,two of ihem twins, are left to mourn the irreparable loss of their mother. The funeral took place yesterday after noon from tbe Christian church of Clin ton, Rev. P. Roe, officiating. ,lav Hitt returned to Sedalia, having ac- zTr.nlichen' his feat of cetting to San Fran- ,irw maw.- &- w I. -rr c.sco in nmeiy-eigofc uaya, siaiu j.uu puiui The attendants were Miss of this city, and Mr. 1. M. Gracie Mathews and Mr. ham. The bride was attired m a most becoming Lutie Smith, Blakey, Miss A. J. Bran- ine purchased a round trip ticket from this costume of wine" gros grain and velvet. or r r- I m. -i i J e -til- r"U I she had been New York June 19th, and arriving in San said, "It is untrue. City, Mrs. Conway I did not purchase a my uuj , " -rV i j lniormea me marsnai mat sue uu new iutkjuuow.u, uu a , , -t the defendants Sweeney and Burke rode up brought there by a man and her daughter- Francisco, Sept. 28th. He is now engaged ticket at all, but. paid the conductor to the house of Dennis -Long and called . , & J in mafeiDK tne trip back under a wager of fare." m him out and Sweeney commenced to abuse J nnn the limit this time being 90 days. "When asked where she intended g ICRS, JOHN SHA CKLEFOBD. who resides in East Sedalia, north of the Miunnri Pacific roundhouse. one saia gUG UAU w .v w. -J I J - with her. Eut thought that they wanted The uoderdrc ss was made o silk with box- plaited flounces at the bottom, left side finished with plaiting, short apron dra pery and full pelisse ot the velvet, small bonnet of the velvei adorned with one deep oriole tip, tan seude gloves and ornaments fcim anil t tilled a revolver and threat ned to have him don onnal Til Tltnn CTf 11 hpcause Xione's cattle were in a field belonging to a B.Neal, who she did not know what they proposed to do . ,. - Flora ji an(i by birth is an train yesterday evening." She also spoke wore a navy blue silk dress, i- 1 j o nu:nJ f Vi tr UaA m I Zil, I- Pnt tVinntrTit that 1 npv wanted I .Iui" r 1 . " , J i r I r t : i i Vanaaa anA eaifl .,ntr finanisti I oo a larore n KnrKP ann owkkucv wiaiuicu iuct uou Q4 000 the limit this time being 90 days. When asked where she intended going JL ' 3 -r TTt Inn) I -un ttt o amractoA cha catri ahp waa a u Tnr enrtno umiipn air. aai wucu dud no aiKaiwi i 1W .cti liim i .nnn n ttici Tior cietr at Oarrnlltnn. Til . I rf Roman irold. It5.L? uaaa 59. vearanf ape. and re- and had written her to meet her at the Miss Lutie Smith, the first bridesmaid, trimmed with A their atnnlr was there. .Loner I her tn &n off on some train, but as she had ------ a I a - , -1 . r. Til 1 - 1 I U An. lUat oeifiori that Nwper.ev canea mm some very no moDBY sue tuuiu uu. uu -hoA t,ttph and nulled the pistol, after The marshal after waiting in vain for which they rode into the field and drove some one to put in an appearance and look Long's cattle out. The wife and mother of after the old lady, dispatched Officer Pren- Dennis Long testified, which said bus- was suhstan- tiallv ihe same as that of Mr. Long. Rob ert Burke, Wm. Hazelton and Dennis Sweeney testified. Mr. Sweeney testified that he had no pistol, and did not have any weapon, or did he attempt to draw one. THE VERDICT. The attornevs made able addresses to the tice to the residence ot young Sbackleford. On arriving there he learned that he had left the city early that morning for Clin ton, for the purpose oi accepting a situation on the new railroad which is being built at that point. His wife was found, however, and asked about the matter. She stated that the old lady had been T;r,;0n Ho in n am. measant lea- oi navioe a oroiuer iu xvhusjvj luuiouiou. - " r 1 ... ... i ... - e t j 1 . a Q Vvnlor the averatre hei?bL wiin wi!U me exception oi Uiese uu uci i-i. 1a a Koovi Bhifh he wears hand she had no near relatives, as her iignv uait auu uu.uwaxu. . , - , , J J 'u full. At this time he has the appearance lamer ana momer were ueu, auu auc r nn.:,cVia TT-omT-i anA wnnlfl he taken I no children. f no in anv instice court in the land. When asked if she did not feel badly y " j j; , , , . t, had at cream Spanish lace, large hat of navy blue velvet adorned with plumes. Miss Gracie Mathews, a pretty young girl cot yet considered "out" m Eocie y wore a sea shsll pitiK nun's veiling, inm- mpH at the boitani with two deep nour.ces juaiiou - - . - I . . , , ,.XT " II I 1 J U .fontul short tt .,i that ha tmdprtnnt nis long nemcr arresiea. ane aaiu, xiu, uui. jsnwimcu j siaicu - . . , i : 'a v. j;o,fnnamini nf I ',a Ar-yrxr twWrl with wide bands ot sea tramn as the result ot a aispuie ss iu sue uuij Succu -uC """""s- -1 !',Ui."';"-:' .T3 - - -., endnranca ana aoimv has a sister at this time. Married. The marriage of Richard H. Goodman, of Louisiana, Mo, and Miss Eleonora Sombart, of Boonville, took place this morning at the Episcopal church in the presence of a large and fashionable audi ence. NESBIT NON EST. He Skips Out From East Sedalia Leaving aYoung Wife Behind. ability under her plans as she hd hoped lo be with her shell pink feather trimming, corsage witb -r-r i I - . . i - I fillo.1 BjJth I inp and pnopH 3 man's enauranca anu a nAnlinnnllQ ctrflin. He a wunuuuuu . - . I r - ; r i 40.acre f arm in Barry county, Missouri, in response io an iu4uiry ior iiex ;nh he nlnM at $2,000 and it was this "RROTTOHT TO HER HOUSE inrv. after which they retired and found a , Viai Vinohanrt'c hTnthei I Aotto he acrain wsppred the $2,000 and ' oitt;nr hnth riweenev and Burke u "DC" 1 r?JV . "iTnAn a m,lrl w ci u x w w owm it v . i i nr..rtnn a Tom noor i irrarui i id snn i rii Tarm atrainHL jn.uuu kun. jw v.. I nuu A liuuvu j I -w mm m Then isnrKe ana aweeney Bwore &u uiu, Since law had broke the bubble They never, never, while they lived "Would have another trouble. for waitiner here so long and the fact that . J l . TT" n!t . II nha property he put up against casn. sneremrnea iromMDbww.T proper ucfu h 5 :;.. MH "Well, f waited here and also came ;t the time agreed noon being 126 back here m the hope of receiving monty UBTUI m m mm m w X mmr I and letters which I had reason to expeci would he gent here for me." She also said with the feather trimming, Email bonnet ot pink plusb, finished with pearls and cor sage boquet of tube roses. After the congratulations, ainner was elegantly served under the immediate su pervision of Mrs. Sicher, assisted by Mes dames Copelacd and Com ad, the following .t t 1 l.J 1 3 1 ! I 1 ..4n.M in mnOtV rtJlVft- MR I THAT SHR UIU IIUL uuuauu lUO otfcio vvufcw. w-r, , with whom me 010 . iaay nau oeea m ug mwe mi: mu h - --.riQTu "t the teWm here which fich hakerl nike. fried ovsters : vegetables, for some time, on Jttiday started Irom aan rrancisco -y , . "T '"Tw hnnt ?. rream slaw. aaDaraeus. blocke last. "When he eft the house Shackleford and has consequently been nuyone uj3 iu iae T VAr to C;o7 A patB rnast tnrev duck with suted that he would call later in. the. day reaching Sedalia, which leaves him thirty- mieht be some enemy who propW to po t to Mea, tori j du-k with wc n a lsr v iir u msiiru limw ii i i in m k u u w w i 111 r - in u w m - jsnires, xrencn picities, coiu sibj, JJesseris. lemon pie, 8gg Kisses wiin 0rm, :,..i7 The information chced that tbe ID8.1? lflB. ro.u"u"uy '!;U"J-. . J,. -ill n,.ch Thrum h he entire intervie Mrs. Con- Crem, anael's food, te., coaee, cnocoiaie, doe 7. feloneouBl, uko, and" worth $29 S1 TrC,T, S ETS Zvi' of '.VemTTthree d, w.t kept protestiog her innocence of bar nut,. California fruits and ce cream wording to .he valae put nPon Cooper " m;UinV he.tot.1 trip in seventr-fonr d.ys, ing done W . nd ma-nUfn JOHN OGLE'S IX)G. The great sensstion of the day was a dog case. John Ogle had a dog which he ac cused a neighbor named John JacKsonoi and take his mother back home with him. This he failed to do. and the old woman had been in her house ever since. Coii- ino- to the conclusion yesterday that she 4 o rcr in Vhlrn f r it i ii 1.4 sti n w-fc cr MM i,n h0 aeraed fortv-nine miles "such parties had better beware, lor 1 anaii beans. ZTI aL .inno .tartinAnd claims to feel as make it exceedingly warm for them when I celery, chicken salad. ICt, oa -hen he atarted. Shonld he av- am released, which I hope will be soon." mixed cakes, white caice, nnntv nuns, in lawful money A jury of householders were duly impan aeled and sworn to hear and decide if John Jackson did steal the Ogle family's pet. The same attorneys were in this case as in the other. Eight witnesses were iworn and one at a time put upon the stand and testified. John Ogle, the legal owner of the dog, 0 fimt tn tPAtifv. He said the dog in V? WJ mJW W J " W wagon DBOYE HXB TO THE DEPOT where, after giving her enough money with which to pay her faro to Ottcrville, she left her. She also stated that she did not nroDose to bother herself any mora about ! the matter or looK alter me oia laaya wanta dnrin? the nieht. and gave the of- - , . . . ficer to nnderstand that both her hueDana and his brother had been trying to force -h;nh wilt he the most remarkable feat of the fact that she had conducted herseil pedestrianiBm on record. And will forever a lady since her arrival here. After tbe dinner the wedding guests were driven to this city, where Mr. and Mrs. Hireins will remain at the Merchants In appearance she is rather pretty, being hotel until this evening, when they will go nectinn waa a very Taiuanie ammai : each other to Keep tneir momer ior tome V UVUV " ml I A. It t mmAw mm E M t 1V I although smalt, ne was yuwcnui yay w ume. push Equirrels up trees so that erafty man could shoot them. TUV "FotWR the doff in controversy a good coon dog? A dog that could get up and dust, When coons were in ihe thicket, And when a tramp came loafing 'round, You never bad to "sic it." Ogle-Yes, he could hunt coons, al though I never tried him for that. Fast Louid h nuni pears i The officer returned to police head- Quarters and reported the result of his in- TPstiiration to his superior officer. In the o- . . . : . .,i meantime the old lady haa been iurnisnea with lodging for the night and will prob ably be sent to Uttervule on the morning tram ttfS-n-flfctrie Best Dvea. The Dia mond Dves for family use have no equals, Th witness gave a long shrill whistle, All popular colore easily dyed fast and 3 a man in the mom ex- beautifuL Only iu cents a pacKage a uu -Ji-5--r (--"a HrniKK. Wells. Richardson & Co.. Bur OB l nn t 1 . . T 1 1 am.v am SStad 116 ilii for to bet nicycliet to a MuTSZi rnedlom height, elighjir. in- to th.ir fatar. home near Homtonia, where tT.akp thf same trip. cnnea 10 rmuoupmui, wu utwuv iU 1 . turn me swno inp. w;ih . nmfnoinn nf Hphtcnrlv hair. A number of presen's were received, Hitt was miiea ior h lectuic issii uku i uiuuuw f - d - - , . . . bntwas greeted by a very small audience blue eyed, and has a frank and pleasant among them t being : Hand painted fan, OUl Wa grectcu uj I rcnft ;Q ofl-nt frnm hr UW Tnm RhirlPT olld Silver SOUP ladle. nrl it. ia hnt lair tO SaV Wniie ne is s ui o I uuikoiuu. - i j i , , ana it IS oawair vu dj ""Y. . f J .V0 aha 1ofl nnt hp- Tt A mhrnw Pnrt Worth. Texas : Bolld a a n v an i oni 1 1 raw r rw ri iiur ami lniiv ljaacu bubi ou u w w t - uim w - - . j UUI" 1U 8av.-.w.rv-. a - - . . . i I ' i i i j J nllVc bUKaa uiuko auvi ac. uu th over niiy years oia, mrs. Mother of tne bride: ele- case and jewel casket with mm . i i i a i i ill r :i .4 a, ai . a i uvaMSism .l :.:-.-.Knnt it irenmmo. n aid redmeote anorc oiaca: mauieiare-1 ceiiuioia touei urtiuicc.ujix a. u. uuu, !rUM r5 , ::Ti-!;M a nm W th iul.t with bindi of f or. ud wore t nit batter dish, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. SeLtan their hat trimmed with light plumes. Her Dempsey ; steel engraving with gilt frame, nnarters but getting its paws burned in the jewehy does not indicate abundant means, Dr. and Mrs. Bane ; pickle caster, Dr. and quarters, out K"o h h,hiw hnt w Rimnle and nnnretendine. Mra. Hipeins. of Houstoma: plush work cinders, scampereu uu. ira ---r---- 5 r. I , ,r" j tr t c- wnws bwui, J - I . ... . tc rr.. gets rested up James Nesbit, a young East Sedalian, has been missing for the past couple of days, and bia return is anxiously awaited by his youogwife and friends. Nesbit was only recently married to Miss Jennie Cur ran, the adopted daughter of Mva. Curran, the proprietress of a boarding house and restaurant near the Engineer street cross ing of the Missouri Pacific. It is stated by these acquainted with, the circumstances surrounding his disap pearance, that he had a quarrel with his mother-in-law ovr a business transaction on Monday last, and that that probably was his reason for leaving. Some of his friends maintain, however,, that he has simply gone off for a few day recreation and will turn up again shortly. A Bazoo reporter called at the residence of Mrs. Cnrren last Bight, but she had retired and could rot be seen. Young Nesbit, came to this city from Lima, Ohio, about three months ago and obtained a situation as clerk at Mrs. Cur rents restaurant but since his marriage has. acted a partner in the concern. Humors have been afloat for several dajs past that there ws trouble in the family, owing t rascality on the part of Nesbit. "BOUSBC ON PAIX." Cures colic, cramps diarrhoea -T exteraal ly for aches, pains, sprains, headache, neuralgia, rheumatism. Jfor manor oeaau 20 and 50c Stevens, ot Fred vav i either a verv cnnninef woman or else Houstonia : carving set, Mr. mnnh ninnori afriMnqt. and nnlil something Wilson : narlorlamo. Mr. and Mrs. C E. UAUWU OAMUWV w"l W I - J ent the lustice. set his ears forward. Ogle I never hunted bears with him. East How old is the dog? Hole Six vears old this Christmas. T?cr Tr he. a lame dog or a small Ancr ? Oale Small one, but an awful good n A net a nother Inn? whistle, and the witness A Sedalian in Kansas City. Mr. Thompson McDaniels. one of the earliest settlers of Kansas City, was in the further can be proved against her Bazoo will give her the benefit of doubt "WHAT THE 0FFICEB3 SAY. the Buckne r, Houstonia ; toilet set Mr. rope the I Hiesins. The gues's present were : Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dempsey, Mr. and Mrs. j . b atevens. ur, ana jure. mAl romhU hotne'in daUa. chief "preyed it .. hi, opinion JeDr?aS Mr-'. SSgks, Mra. Mathews; book of directions fur 2c stamp. 0n a visit to his son, Mr. Henry McDaniels. Urday that the woman's storj about Messrs. Fred Vil,on, B. M. Blakey, J. A. irom nome was pruuauijr T wc nvsi- fnrtv vearfi atro that Mr. Mc The Satilsbury anootlng. Daniels first came to the site of what is now The readers of the Bazoo will remember Tronna Oitv and took out a patent right the account in the telegraph columns oi from the government tor iony acres oi ine SuniiULT'R lesne. concermukr me xiioiciuuo ann wnicn is now kuuwu o jn-iamw - - . r t- . 1 1 I J I I ... . shooting oi a Jars, iiice ana ner oaue at me addition - . ttr m m r i rnnnmcr awav true,ahd that'some one would arrive to-day anA trvtn neisiiade her to return home. Branham; Mis.es Lutie Mathews, and oihers. Smith, Gracie Rf.nn after her caniure. he telegraphed me ich is now known, as McDaniel s rnarshai at Kidgev?ay. on whose orders sbe , and which begins zl the south- arrested, asking him for instructions, The Wedding. following taken from mf yesterday craned his ntckover the crowd and gave a residence of a Mr. Wright near Saulsbury. east COmer of Fifth and Mam streets, and faul ag t n answer has been received. He evening's St. Loutf Repubhcen will proe hitch to his pantaloons which were not a Yrom a gentleman who wss in the citj yes- extends south and east. It is now the gaid - tbat it some Kord was not of interest to a muiber of readers of! this very soon fit terday, a reporter learns that Giles Bice, most valuable residence and business pro- KCe-xved by this morning the fair prisoner paper, the groom being a son of Dr. Depp, They didn't fit him, no, airree! ir.. a stepson of the unfortunate woman, perty m the city, but Mr. McDaniels never wouid be given her liberty. She spent a well-known resident of this city : Tney had too big a lap, wa snspected aa being the guilty party, realized much from it as he sold before he . Teaterday in a room at a hotel, depjp-sihpson. ATid all admitted the- had once Been made to fit his "pap." f )ale was told to stand aside, and as the hrW nf evening were fast coming on. the irtisHM wprp rushed through at double- AM-awwww w orrl.v TTehad inauired as to whether he was had anv idea of the foture greatness of the ir -.M;iia f an nflRper. She " i . . . , , . . . , t I . . . J .t i . UUUtl IUC BUHCiuouvw - r unaer suspicion, suubwu iuw j.l no city, ana me pureuaacioicajtAx u um.wu received a telegram yesteraay irom ner would go to Ji.eyresviiie anu give mwu vvhen ne iook out me paieut xisunur mc brother-in-law. who resides at uarromon, One of the witnesses testified that the pup up. rte was aaviseu iu uo bu, suu iu tana, mere was noi a uuuoc m 6uv, uu a8king her to come to that poini lm- pany wna eevcxai oj. mc ucifiuwio, 0.-- ne ieiis, wiiu s guuu uc w pw, n o me(jiatey This she says sne win ao upuu to Keytesville. When within four miles of was tbe first man to have a brick laid in - ner liberty. trwn he told the gentlemen inai ne i: 4 - mm.M m r t n VSTrnVIVr Vmr-I SIM I mm was a bencn-Jeg nsie auu n uvv h& nncie8 and wouid less. 3 nn t tnwn after a while. He went Another witness testihect that tne aog - . , me fiiooti of fais i -T il .i...ir arhA nan a rjnn. i 1 . . t r- wouia iouow nuyuuur t, . - 6 a:j thai he would never surrender, ana nio -hich thronged Mam street. "1 never JankKon. the man charged wim larceny - , j h;irir tn n into i x.. t t ir riht fnr he " 1 . . . r 1 1 i i ivnnRsim iici uu uc uuiiuivu w i muuvub nucu j. iuub uu w jp ;;,4 .hef the noxr in nweu , ...... i - jj : a . . . . . oi we pup utinCU -r--- -tt h uge and ciose the aoors ana wmaows iand that lorty years Last evening at 8 o'clock Harry Depp and Miss Ida Simpson were united in mar- riaize. The ceremony took place at the rpaidence of the bride's parents, 2705 Thomas street, in the presence of friends and relatives of the bride and groom, ihe nnrne "? Sf ? About 1 o'clock this morning a disptcn eegent)y and tastefullv attired nSa ?any snce' added the Pachas wa3 received by Chief Barnett, from a 7rich dress of crmy, white material, to his he stood in front ot the city cour house brother.in.Iaw 0Jf Mrs. Conway, named 4" blossoms, a veil and ornai aunt, vesterdav and looked at the crowds of peo- u t parrnlltnn. 111., statme . . a l rru iTrrnuaiii. aawaaa " w i m on ih rii ii miiipt ui mc iri:t:.aKLtJLJ ji nn uica home and he had repeatedly clubbed him him away. He drove him oS lo ! many times But still he came again, His children led him bread ana meat And bo 'twas all in vain. THE VERDICT. would see it trans- down so they could not see which way he formed into a great city, with its big bnsi- went, ile is stiu ai iare. A sfc for Wells' "Bonch on Corns." 15c Quick complete cure. Hard or toft corns, Tkt evidence was closed and the law wm warts, Dunions. that he would be here Thursday evening. . showered noon the voung couple were - . . ... i III frtl. I - " v. On his arrival the mysiery wm pruuau.j ntlmerou3 and handsome, not a lew of them be cleared up. costlv. A reception followed the ceremony, . .mm, ! mi Tmm 4 elk A Vf peMnouNi ana W ?' f., f pmmt. Ttf ichiran. Pacific Bailway company, and stands high naa," ne remaraea wim a uaii-omu smuc xuuix wun.j, "'-'-'' i ... v .r u .;;t .nrl with . i an i i i j u v . i nnwiT. srriTeu I ill iiib lilluic ui iue avvju aiutcuivv Jdr. J&cuanieis is now neariy ou years oi i me nusuauu . i :r f Vr. .r.ii h.u hrbr.n vlmrnr- I in tK ntT lmt evening i qut of his wife I the company, as a young man of good and bide fair to se his hundrtd.-Kaaa who hu Seem mnder arrest here a couple of City Times. I slays . Mrs. Conway was reltteed yester- habits aid as an efficient clerk. accountant and Died. T.inda. the 3-vear-old daughter of Mr. and Mra. J. 8. Napton, died at their home in Jdoustonia, ounaay murmug " nf rronTj. The remains were brought te Sedalia for interment yesterday morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. Dr. Foster, oi the episco pal church, conducted a. short innerat service at the grave. BU CHU-PAIBA." Oniric, complete cure, all Kidney, Blad der and Urinary Disaases, Scalding, Irrita tion, Stone, Gravel, Uatarrn oi me oiaauer. $1. Gruggists. Harriman, the Pedestrian. X S. Harriman. who claims to be th& chamoion long-distance pedestrian in the United States, arriyed in the city yester day, via the Missouri Jf acihe tractr, on nis tramp fr. m Denver, Col, to Augusta, Me., a distance oi ,4UU mnes. vynue eu wuw to Augusta, he proposes to walk 6,000 miles or 3,600 miles more than the distance be tween the cities named. This feat he pro poses to accomplish in 110 days, for a purse of $5,000, which has been promised by . ' ' - S. TJ...l-:l r.n- the Denver .aiming muusinw wmpauj. He gave an exhibition of heel and toe walkmg at Riiev's hall last night, to a small audience. Alter mis was ucj: Adrian Hitt, the trans-continental tramp, made his appearance in the hall and a half mile walk was arranged between the trio. Harriman proved the victor in 3:27, beating his opponent five laps. A Thievinsc Bricklayer. About 1 o'clock this morning a brick layer, while in the room of a stockman at the restaurant kept by Armbruster, on 8econdtreet picked up a revolver whichwas laying on a stand and ran off with it. He was pursued by the stockman, but the thief succeeded in making good his escape. The matter wae reported te the police but np to a late hpnr they had sot succeeded in Making the arrest. I i mW i 'I it w I a 31 rt u 3i