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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JANUAKY 6, 1885. GREETING. May Eighteen Hirdred and Eighty-Five Bring Joy to You and Yours. And May the Perusal of the "Bazoo" Add Double to Your Joy. A. Short Retrospect of the Dead Year Past and Gone. 'Mile Stones of Memorable Events BioRraphically and Brief ly Sketched. Borne of the Many Good Keso- lutions Made by the Boys. Kind reader, the "Big Injun" makes his Iww, and herewith presents you his card 'with compliments of the season and many wishes for your happiness the coming year. . "May the liquid drops of tears that you have shed Jteturn spam transformed to unent pearls, '"Advantaging t eirloan with interest." Many years nave come and gone since MB8 of us began to travel the kaleidoscopic jwth of 1 fe together. Many has been the hearty laugh we have enjoyed over some droll story or qua nt loke. Many the sym pathetic tear we have shed over some sad tale or tragic horror. But on this one day the three hundred and sixty-hve which will go to make the year 1885, 5et apart for n minsungoi joyous congratulations auu xood wishes of all the world, there are ssaay new faces f et n in our rounds to whom or greeting is none the less warm on that account. We are a friendly sort 01 heathen, ior though our life may haye been wild and ragged, "The wildest waste still can but ahow "itome touch of nature's genial glow," JLcd it is with a heart lull of love and sympathy we start out on our mission for te coming year, determined to Cast sunshine where we miy, And storm clouds where we must. We trust often to meet, and that our friendship shall grow warmer and stronger became of the good we shall do to each other. In the future, as in the past, our aim - shall he to plesse, to instruct, to amuse and when duty demands, to correct, and if art times we may seem harsh, remember Cold duty's path is not so blithely trod." IFer its way is alas Ico often barred by hydra-headed crime, gaunt ruin and want, chng hearts and weeping eyes, whose qnecaces and pleadings alike stern justice aad public weal demands shall go unheeded in order that the blow may be struck which iA9 Tinccthililir t flip snTlnm iTiut- "Tfce greatest works of admiration "And all the fair examples of reason "Out of distress and are misery grown." It is a common mistake amorg the world st large to believe the newspaper man is a iind of hyena who delights to delve siaid the slums of crime, and fish forth "sensations to be colored and seasoned to salt the morbid appetite of the low and li- -eestous. But there is no sadder nor yet important and imperative duty of the press than its censorship over public morals. "Were it not for its careful discharge jef this duty society and civ ilxxition would scon suffer a ferarful relapse and the crime list would I -doubled. Criminals and wrong doers, es ptcially the latter have a greater horror of 4be press than ot the law. riut the most . . c . - al. i i . r Iiporia.ui laci is luai law iu kwo.il iuc perpetration of crime to take cognizance of it'but the press anticipates and prevents its mission, and as every one knows ultis not enough to say In such a bush there is a thief in such a cave a beast! 3Kut tou must show him tome, ' ' - V . iver i suoot, else l may snoot one oi my strang ling cheep. Crime loves to hide its identity and to mm ask it is the duty of the press. But gentle reader we are not here to rrite an homily 3JiLn hath a weary pilgrimage as through the world he winds, )ne?er stage from youth to age still discontent abides; Tffith heaviness he easts his eyes upon the road be fore vsi.YirmT.fra Trifli o ciiili Iio ilovc flint nrn no more. Thus tang Soutbey and that he sang incorrectly many hearts will attest to-day a mid their greetings and good resolutions ley mingle a retros pection oi tne year gone by. RETROSPECTION. Speaking of retrospection rem nds us -h&t it is the object of tins article. A ret rospection of the past year, Filled with its joys and sorrows, Its memories good and ill, pereong which will be found many familiar SBtmes which are all that i9 left us to recall &he good deeds and hppy fac?s that onte "owned them. Below is given a brief syn--Opfeis of events cf interest occurring in this icitv and vicinity the past twelve months. Iccaimencii g wi.h the saddest of all the DEATHS. John "Wells died February 2nd. f TvV. Wh o Hiori Tnnu 1f)!h A-James C Wood died January 15th. Miss Jane Davis died February 6.h. Mis John Bellmer died March 26th. We. F. Ilgeniritz diops dead August. 4u Ira E. Barnes dies suddenly September November 29, Florence Gold, aged 11 years. jNov mver 12, Jno. Eggleton died, aged H2 years. Oscar T. Crandall died at Blackburn iTanusry 8th. Mnor Webber, an old resident, died J&anary 2nd. Mich Lampton was killed in Texas by 4kectrs, October loth. Mr. Joseph Halstead died suddeiJy ipril 26ih, in this city. Jde S. 6. Durh&m after a briei ill- s died January 24th, Mrs. Hammond Fahr of East Sedalia, died Friday, January 4th. Capl. J. C Grimstead, of this county, an old citizen, died June 27th. Joseph Eobinson accidentally killed at a charivari, December 25ih. December 17, Mary Igo, in Heath's Creek township, aged 80 years. Mis. Dr. J. P. Jackson died in Fort Worth Thursday, February 7th. Hon. Samuel T. Glover died at his home in St. Louis January 22ud, W. S. Bouldin died at his residence, six miles north of this city, January 23d. Chas. Fox, a well-known commercial traveler, died in this oity, September 14th. H. V. Neil, a well known commercial traveler, died at Elvada, Tex., January 31st. William D. and Bayliss Steele of thin, wss killed by a snow slide in Cclorado March 13th. E. B. Mellor, father of J. W. Mellor, of this city, died at his home near La mine City, March 26th. William Milner received hurts by be ing thrown from a wagon, which afterward caused his death February 5th. The rematnB of Mr. John Sanborn, formerly of this city, acd who died in Los Angeles, California, arrived in Windsor, May 9th. "WEDDINGS. George Liggett and M'ssNora Cooper, April 10th. Mr. J. JVf. Snavely to Miss Lizzie Dob yns, Dec. 24ih. W. A. Boestler and Miss Lee Watkins, married March 13th. Mr J.J. Ketz anl Miss Mollie Parish married March 27th. Mr. Geo. Miller and Miss Barbara Smith, East Sedalia. J. S. Hollowny to Miss Mamie Le?in ing, December 25th. S. G. Harmison to Miss Florence Crain, December 25 th. Mr. H. S. Feldoit and Miss Clara Fitschen, September 30th. Geo. Galbreath and Miss Tone New- i kirk, married October 8th. Mr. Charles Fleck and Miss Maude McVey, married April 21st. Mr. R. H. Harris and Mrs. Addie Ea:ick, married October Gth. Miss Lucie Bapple and Mr. C. F McVey married April 10th. Mr. Frank Hatch and Anna D Sim- onds, married October 29th. Mr. Chas. Clark aDd Miss Lizzie Van- sickle, mairied August 12th. Robert Ramsey and Miss Luther Yea- ter, married September 17th. Mr. Harry Depp to Mips Ida Simpson in St. Louis, December 11th. Mr. Henry Meuschke and Miss Anna Messerly, married October 2nd. Mr. A. Q. Cameron and Miss Alice Pattison, married January 8th. Mr. John Gaffney and Miss Mamie Sullivan, married September 23d. R. B. Donaldson to Miss Rosa Rose, at the Pacific house, December 17th. Bent Hert, of California, and Miss Emma Mt-sserly, married June 18ih. L. D. HigRins to Miss Ella Branham at Sieher's Park hotel, December 11th. Nelson Bellas to Miss Frnmi Slotts at residence of bride's parent5?, December 23d. Miss Clara Allen, of this city, and Mr. C. H. De'ne, of McPherson, Kansas, mar ried July 22nd. Miss Jessie Ainsworth, married to Rev. S. Banks, at Boise Ciy, Wednesday, Janu ary 2nd, 1883. W. E. Reynolds and Miss Anna Nor man, J. Birchie and Miss Hannah Hill, married April 23d. Mr. C. E. Mtsserly and Miss Mary McRoberts, married in Springfield, Illi nois, January 3d. Mr. D. H. Smith and Mrs. Kte Har rison were married at the residence of the bride, in Vicksbnrg, January 31st. Miss Mamie Bunce and Mr. J. R. Quarrels, married Wednesday morning, January 2nd, 1883. The parties at present reside in this city. Mr. Chas. EcklnfF and Miss Mary De man, married at Smiihton. May Sth. Re ception given in this city May 9th at the residence of Peter Brandt. EUSLNESS. K iter's elegant new hotel opened February 17 ih. Din ctors of the Third National bank elected January Sih. Directors of the Firsf National bank elected January Sth. Hain & Sturtevant commenced grocery business January 1st. J. D. Sicher ook possession of his new store rocm June 9:ii. Jay Gould building has a fine addi tion, built in August. J. C. Schnakenbery erected a two story frame building in May. Cyrus Newkirk puts ironfence around his property iu August. Dr. A. T. Schuntz opeos an office in East Sedalia December 1G. Annual election of officers at Frst Na tional Bapk Decembsr 19. Sedalia brewery, which had been closed, re opened January 16th. Sedalia Electric L ght company com pleted and equipped March 10th. New building begun at corner of En gineer and Third slreets July 1st. ''Two-bit boom" started by the Bazoo for Ohio river sufferers February 20lh. O. H. Coe. of this city, purchased S. W. Castle's larm for $20,000 February 6th. Meeting of the stockholders of the Depp Manufacturing company January 22d. E. L Phipps sold his brick building on Fourth and Ohio to H. H. Marean for $13,000. County court examined plans and specifications for the new court house April 29th. George T. Brown, of the Garrison house, became landlord of SicheFs hotel February 12th. Meeting in this city of the managers of co-oparative stores in different cities January 30th. McKesm and Cairns, of St Louis. finally selected as the architects on the new court house May 1st. The stockholders of the Missouri Trust company met June 5th to take into con sideration an increase of the capital stock. Frank B. Meyers opened the Grand Central dry goods house to the public May 30th one of the largest crowds ever seen in this city. J. P. Alder and W. W. Campbell or ganized a new firm, they having purchased the entire stock of groceries of Norton & Norton May 2d. Joint public meeting of the members of the council and citizen's generally, called (o consider the advisability of secur ing a charter for Sedalia as a city of the third class, February 8th. FIRES. Jno. B. Gallie's residence burned 'De cember 24th. Stable belonging to L. Helman burned February 2nd. East Sedalia's blaze at Allison's oil house, October 20th. Dry goods of H. Marean was partly consumed January 4th. House belonging to Daniel David burned to the ground August 10th. A barn completely destroyed on the premises of Prof. Ready September 12tb. Small residence belonging to Mrs. Main totally destroyed by fire, October 5th. D. T. Chaney & Co.'s tailoring estab ment sliglrly damaged by fire September 16th. Snnll residence belonging to John Waters, completely destroyed September 12lh The residence of Frank Fredericks at 510 Sixth street was alnioit entirely de-: stroyed January Gth. At the Jay Gould Hotel fire was dis covered in one of the rooms March 24th. Extinguished with slight damage. CRIMES. Houstonia robbed, August 13th. James Nesbit deserts his wife in East Sedalia. Mrs. S. L. Highleyman left for Europe May 22d. Leopold Lovinger sand-b3gged, De cember 23d. "Happy hollow" raided by the police, August 5th, Sixteen business houses burglarized! March 11th. Eli Perkins passed through this city March 30th. Four residences entered by burglars January 31st. "Arbor day" celebrated by the public schools, April 18th. C. Ledbetter, of Houstonia, attempted suicide January 12th. Mrs. John Shackleford driven out, by her son, December 9th. "W. J. Lishman, a barber, skips by the light of the moon, July 25th. York Robins, colored, beat his wife nearly to death, Saturday 9th. Nick Burmester assault3 and beats his wife while drunk, March 6lh. Wm. Kreer attempts to commit big amy but fails, December loth. John E. "Wells murdered at his home, near Windsor, February 29th. Joseph Banks gets drunk and is found to be a counterfeiter, August 30th. J. P. Alder slugged in the rear of his store by footpads, November 15th. Four boys arrested while attempting to enter a grocery store, October oth. Marshal Swearingen. of Independence, Mo , accidentally killed January loth. Wm. Johns, Missouri Pacific ireight office cashier, absconds, November 19th. Byron De Winton, steward of Kai-er's hotel, attempted suicide February 25th. Alice Aycrs left the city leaving sev eral mourr.ing creditors, January 31st. Bob DeGarmo shot for burglarizing Mrs. Dr. Allen's residence, April 2oth. Difficulty between C. Lyon and Dr. W. H. Wood about bill boards March 12th. Mr. and Mrs. John White, re-arrsled for alleged pension frauds, August 25th. John Wesley Burke arrested at Mexico and brought this to city for horse stealing. Republican delegates elected to the stale and district conventions, March 30th The existence of several assignation houses in this city discovered, October 7th. City election in which Rick man wss elected mayor by a majority of IS, April 1. cam iuuier rooosu or ooo 60 oy a sharper named Joe Morrison March ISlh. John Emerson, a horse thief of Johu soo county, jailed in this city, April Ilia. Charles Fredericks arrested iu this city for forgery in Falls City, Nebraska, May 6th. Four boys burglar'ze the grocery store of J. C Kipper, and are sent to jail, M-y 16th. Four men attempt to slug and rob Chas. Vandeman a baggageman September 11th, Mrs. Wm. Scott puts to llightburglars who attempt to enter her residence, May 17lh. The public school teachers and pupils had an excuiston to Sweet Springs Mav 24th. John W. Klein acquitted of murder, in the killing of Frank tiaunders, Novem ber 10th. John Collier, of Schell City, held in S10.000 bond, to answer to the chavge of bigamy, March 22d. Charles Curry claims to have been poisoned by accomplices of a desened mis tress, December 10th. Joseph Spencer deserted his 14-year-old bride in Sedalia after two weeks of wedded life, November 3d. Trial of Ed Aultnnn, alias Billie Hamilton, for the murder of Carl Sleidle at Warrensburg, May loth. Altercation and cutting affray at the opera house between Ed. Steele, C. Yeater and D. Nevins, January 24th. Oliver Bateman hanged at Savannah, MoM November 21st, for the brutal mur der of the McLaughlin girls. Frank Brown attempts to get away with Olmstead & Jefferson's teams, bat is arrested ;n Kansas J uly 25th. Mn. John itewart, colored, attempted on a on the brake a knife tramp, to shoot her husband and accidentally killpil her little child, July 14th. "Billie" H milton and Charles Ham ilton arrested for the murder of Carl tei dle ne r Warrensburg, April 2nd. Miss Frankin Bishop, of Atkinson's Comely compary taken sick in this ci'y and lest by her company April 21st. Frank Zimmerman arersted warrant sworn out by C. F. Spray, charge of grand Hrceny, April Sth. Martin Alexander, a freight man. receive? four wounds with near Centretowh, from a colored Juuc 3d. David Short, for horse stealing, and Patrick Kelly, for robbery, sentenced to two years each in the penitentiary, Novem ber 14th. Beniamin Schmidt, of Gunnison coun ty, Col , pasted through in charge of Sheriff Bowman, for Pennsylvania, on charge oi bigamy. The case of the State of Missouri against Abe Witseli and John Shaper, for the theft of a bale of barbed wire, was tried July 16th. Charles and William Hamilton taken froiij the jail here and conveyed to War rensburg July 10th. They were hanged lor the murder of CarlSteidle, July 11th. Representative of the Grand River Land and Live Sio:k company, of Gu uni son, Colorado, purchased $34,000 worth of cattle and horsis of Joel B. Gentry & Co , near this city, May 3d AMUSEMENTS. Railroad picnic, May 24th. -"Peck's Bad Boy," April 19th. ' Milton Nobles December 15th. "We, Us & Co." December 4th. - Gr:u's Opera Co December Gth. The " Two Sob ns," December 21st. Female MastodoDS December 22d. "The Galley Slave" December 13th. Miss Anna A'leu"s concert, Jnne 3d. Prof. Andress, the msg cion, May 5th. "Uncle Tom'e Cabin" November 17th. S dsbury's Troubadors November 24th. Mattie Yickers November 28th and 29th. . "Joseffy " at the opera house Septem ber 16th. "Pledged or Fun in a Pawn Shop," No vember 8th. Dr. Soueschien, of St. Louis, lectured April 21st. "Friend and Foe," at the opera house, April 25ih. Engineers b ill at Kaiser's hotel Feb ruary 22d. "Naid Queen," at the opera house, July 15th. "Silver King" at the opera house Feb ruary 14tb. Fie lerick Warde at the opera hou3e October 13th. Little "Corinne" at the opera house February 5th. Fay Temp'eton at Wood's oper.t house January 29th. Hitt, the pedestrian, at Smith's ball, December 8th. Burr Oaks at Wocd's opera house, November 4h. "Dickson's sketch club, May 14.h, at the op ra house. "Cantata of Esther," at the opera house. May 29th. Heywood's mastodons at the opera house, March 30th. The "Jolly Pathfim ers" at the optra house February 27th. Van Camp-Castle concert at the opera house, September 1st. George Holland as "Lord Dundreary" at the open house, April 4th. 'Freaks" at the opra house, by LouireSlveiter, September 24tb. Dr. WMlis P. King g:ive his lecture entitled "Axle Grease," at Warsaw, Jan uary 14' h "Nobo ly's Claim" Mrs. J. S. Ahx ander's oniptuy at the opera house 1st and 2d February. Prof. Cadwell and Mrs. Kidd, Fair and Festival by St Vincent's church Jau ttary 16ih, 17;h and 18th. CHURCHES. Mrs. Fpencer's house destroyed by fire June 27th. Rv. Nesbitt stopped by footpads, Sep tember 26 h. Union meeting at the opera house Janu.iry 13?h. lv;v. Pot'er, the evangelist, left for Ne vada, January 15th. The Ministers' Alliance declared agims: gmbl rs, September 29th. Ministers alliance declnres that Sun day pape;s are "very wicked," Feb. 4th. Thirty-two meuibeis admitted to the First Prrsyterian church January 20th. Twen;ith annual meeting oi the Con gregational general ajserub'y, October 14tb. Ktv Seattle, of the Fiisi Presbyterian church, has his s tlary raised $300 April 3d. " I , Dr. McC-ugliFy. if the Sedalia Uni versity, preached his inaugural address September 7th. S. W. Marston, D. D of St. Louis, sec retary of the Baptist home niision society, occupied the puipit of Rev. Fuller, Jan uary 27th. XEWYEAR'S RESOLUTIONS. May or Rick man', will hereafter refuse to remit fines. Officer Kelly, resolved to take good care of the poor. Bob. Rcse will not practice medicine during the year 1SS5. Babe Mills will cot visit Kansas City during the new jear. Deacon Dinwiddie resolved last night to serve his God more and hi3 party less. Win. Johns ,and R. R. Sam have re solved not to visit Sedalia during 1SS5. Burt Haywood, has resolved to still clamor for quail cn tcast at the Garrison. "Warren Galbreath will not loan out any diamond pins curing the ensuing year, W. A. Fast and Sam Highleyman will not attend Mastodon" performances during 1885. x The Bizoo will double its efforts to "publish apaper lor the people now on tartu." Charlie Moore his resolved to never again try to beat lour ace with jjeks and eights. Tom Prentice begins the Lew year with a resolve to let his shot gun lest dur ing 1885. Jake Sitton, with the new year, swore off on wearing tight pau s and loug-tailed ov rcoats. Charlie Yeater has resolved to make it red hot for delinquent tax payers during the new year. The Missouri Pacific conductors have all resolved to take a trip "around the horn" during 1835, Herman Klink has resolv:d to so diet himself as tD r duce thesizs of his feet be fore the close of the year. John Burkhart ''swears" he will drink half and-hali until he is as big asRic&inan, our heavy-weight mayor. Recorder Rauck will, during the year 1885, dispose of drunks as follows : plain $5 to $7 ; ornamental, $10 to $25. Charlie Airola, considers himself a model youcg man, and says it is needless for him to change his habits in any respect. JOB KOBINSON'S DEATH. The Coroners Jury Say It Was the Result; ot an Accident. The verdict of the coroner's jury em panel.-d to investigate the cause of the death of Jose h Robinson, the young man who was killed dnring the progrtss of a charivari at the residence of a newly mar ried man named J. W. Rice, about thir teen milts west of this city on Christmas night last, was mde public in this city yesterday. The jury ticds that the fatel shot was fired by William Eno3, a youcg farmer about 21 years ot aee, who resides in the neighborhood in which the tragedy occurred, and that it was purely the Jesuit of an accident. From the testimony pro duced at the inquest which was held on Saturday last by a justice of the peace of Elk Fork township, it was framed hit the gun w?s only loaded with powder and tamped with p iper. The charge tuok ef feet in the young inan'b side breaking three rib3 and driving thtni into his lungs, thus causing instant death. Mr. En us says he does not know whether he tired the shot himself, or whether it ws fired by some olmr member of the party, as every body was more or less ex cited, and shooting around carelessly. He will not be prosecuted, as the victim's friends are of the opinion that if Mr. Enos did do the shooting that it was don accidentally, as bjth of the young men were on the best of terms Mr. Eno3 is w. 11 known in this city, where bis mother, a lady named Pfeifer, resides. Her husband is an employe at the Missouri Pacific roundhouse. Missinpr From Michigan. A deputy sheriff fiom Madison, Dane county, Michigan, has been in the city for several days trying toge; hold of one Jas. Ramsey, a burglar, about 19 years of age. Rarus-v is wauted for bu glarizing a store of $540. After committing the crime he fled, but was soon afttr located in this county ceir Greenridge. The deputy sher iff, acconip?ned by a Srdalta official, paid a visit to tint loial ty Monday, but their bird had fl jwn a few days before. It is nut known where he is at present. The Michiguniter left for hia home yester day morniLg. '-ROUGH OX PAIS" F1JLSTER : Porous and strengthening, improved, the best for backache, pairs in chest or side, rheum Htism, neuralgia. 25c. Drug guts or mail. Died. Ethel, infant daughter of Alfred and Lizzie Killam, entered into rest at 8 o'clock yesterday moruing, of coogestioa of the lungs. Services t the residence, 1514 Ken tucky avenue, New Years morning, at 10 o'clock. pretty wojusar. Ladies who would retain freshness and vivacity. Dn't tail to try 'Wells' HeakJ Reuewt r." Almost Dead. As Officer Muson was passing east on the Missouri Pacific trask yesterday aout 11 o'clock he noictd a small boy lading on the ice as if dead. He hastened to the sup posed corpse and made rn examination. Finding the body still warm he picked it up and started for a resideuce near by While on the wsy he was overtaken by a man nraed J. O. Georgo, who iuformed the officer that the lad wns his (George's) son. The li't'e fellow was then t ik-n to Mr. George's resi ienee on tiie corner of Main and Limine streets, and a doctor coiled, who soou resiored the little fellow to consciousness. The boy had been skat ing n the ice aud had slipped down, strik ing his head against the :ce wi h such force as to kuock him senseless. Although not able to be up, the liuie fellow was much belter last evening and it is thought he will rrcover. CATARRH O' THE BIjADDKR. Stinging, irritation, itithmation, all Kid ney md Urin.irv Complaint?, cured by "Buchti Paiba." 1. Sneak Thieves Nabbed. Shortly after dark last evening a couple oi itirkrys were stolen from a box in front of Alder & Campbell's grocery store on i'ifth street. The Ioes was discovered soon after and the matter reported to the police. Later in the evening, Officer Jim Gossage and Frank Barntt obtained a clue whish enabled them to recover the stolen articles, and capture the thieves, who proved to be two brothers named Albert and Arthur Summers. Quite a scene took place at the station on the arrival of the two youthful prisoners there. Their father, John Henry Summers is confined in the city bastile, serving out a 555 fine for drunkenness, and as soon as he learned that his two boys were to be locked up he commenced crying and yelling like a mad man. He was gen tled, however, and his wayward offsprings given a lecture and seLt to their home. X.1FE PJKE8ERTEK, If you are losing your grip on life, try "Wells' Health Rtuewsr." Goe direct to weak spots. MERRY MASQUERS. The Band Boys Ball and Banquet at Sicher'fl Park. The second annual masquerade ball of the Sedalia Silver Cornet band was given at Sicher's park last evening and was in every respect all that its promoters could wish. The night was a grand one for the occsion, being a kind of New Year eve that one would most wish, cold, clear and moonlight. Mr. John Scheer acted as floor manager, and made the announcements as the masks came on the floor. Miss Hattie Ashworth ws the first an nounced, calling herself What is it? A better name would have bsen washerwo man. Mi83 Sue Ashworth took the character of the Spanish groom. Mi?s M. Ledgwood, Sewicg girl. Miss L. Carats, Twin sisters. Miss Renter, Sailor girl. -r- d r i -i Miss S. Hen m in, Sailor girl. Mis? 9". Lutz tflack Domino. f f CO "X-T T It - minn rli?V o V Afwr?f- man Chas. Disque Negro dude. A well-taken character. C Yopst, Btruum's clown. Clus. Rogers, Japanese down. - i - - j tremely pretty costume. Miss Brown, Rnl Riding Hood. r n t v Miss uacKei, J5aoy. Miss A. W. Seaman, School Girl. Miss M. Yopst, Old Woman. Miss Palerson, Italian Peasant Girl. Mce Richnrds, Irish Jim. Miss M. Frcnk, Mother Hubbard. H. Smith, Harlequin. J W.Bowman, Clown. " Nick Meisdorf, Irish Coachman. C. Belding, Sack Gent. H. A. Stryker, Sailor Boy. T. Kolbohn, School Boy. Mrs. T. Kolbohn, School Girl. Mis B. Learinan, Granlmother. Mrs. S. Schermann, Mrs. L. Schumaker,. lwm aistars j very pretty costumes. F. W. Eisner, Jolly Tar. Mrs. L. Dan, Aurora. Miss A. Filcher, Cards, a handsomer dress. E. Henney took the character of Kid, which he acted to perfection. Mr. Sam Walker, of Leadville, Colora- a very pretty and becoming dress. Miss Minnie Davidson, Flower Girl. S. Speed, Simkoj-ky. Lizzie Kaiser and Miss Hiesanick, Wan dering Spirits ; very pretty and extremely showy dresses, by some thought to be the most handsome on the floor. Mr. M. F. Wing and Frank Richardson showed up as the Wandering Dudes. H. Hobrecht, W&at is It, an extremely funny costume; the second best in the room. Geo. Volker Wentzleman in disguise. He was taken by many people to be the veritable Charlie himjelt. Mrs. L. M. Frank, Icdian Girl, a good character well carried out. F. H. Scow, Sailor. Gus Miller, Jockey. MLs Annie Mailaud, Sailor Girl. Mhs Florentine Fisher, Sedalia Demo crat. Miss Lottie Fibber, Sedalia Bazoo; both very new sy character. Wi'l Yopst, Hebrew Drummer, the best taken of them all, and the one that captur ed the $5.00 premium. Lew Beckel was good as The Booby, F. Fox, Gentleman. Lottie Scheer, Qernian Pheasant. MIs Annie Evans was very gocd as Red RidiDghood. J D. Moore, Clovrn. Jenuie Jesso had a becoming suit and calltd herself Morning Star. H. T. Heinrichs, Harlequin. Ernest Weise, Irish Washerwoman. J. N. Dean, Polly wog, a good character, well taken. J. Duffy, It Is, Chas. Hunt, Turk. Kittie Holland, and Nellie Greer?, wore very pretty cos umts and appeared as sai lor girls. Henrietta Ludeman, Daughter ol the Regiment, a beautiful costume. Laliau peasant, Josie Yost, an extremely well acted character and very nice costume At 12 o'clock, just as the bells were ringing the old year out and the new one in, masks were ordered off and supper was anuounced and about fifty couples availed themselves of the opportunity of partaking of one of Mr. btcher's most excellent spreads served in his inimitable style. After supper dancing contiuued until early motning. BALL 2iOTES. It VT4S a success. The music was excellent, Just the night for dancing. The supper was fcimply elegant. The band bojs all looked happy. S.ui N. Lewis acted a3 caller aud gave excellent satisfaction. The fancy for character, ran to sailor and sailoiers, if the expression is allowed. There were lots of clowns, it 13 strange how many people thiuk they can befools. Chris Hye was on haud aud told how he u e 1 to appear, when he. was a mas querader. Jake Freudenberger got out a last sum mer's straw hH and a stripped duster and succeeded in disguising hiaiself. Conductor Nicklewait, of the Pacific, was th-re but could not be induced io favor the company with a clog. The Bazoo wishes the Band Boys a Happy New Year and hop's that they may give many more masquerade balls. J. N. Dean asked Sam Lewis if he was still in the rag business. Tl is presumed he wished to sell Sam his suit after the ball. Frank Richardson vainly tried to hide himself under a skull cap and behind a very small black mask, but everybody was on to him. Chas. Yost, Wm. Kline, Jonn Connor, Dr. Heaton, Tom Kehoe, J&a. W. Walker and Chris Springe, all lent their presence but left their masquerade suit at home. From the worst stages of Heart Dis ease I consider myself cured by the use of Dr. Graves' Heart Regnlator.T. M. Towm, Til ton, N.A. Thirty yeara kave proved the Heart. Regulator a sure remedy. Sold by druggiiU at fl per bottle.