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THE 3EDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO. TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1885.
SOCIETY NEWS. f Any items ofinieiedt buiiat.le for this depart ment, trow Sedalia or neighboring places, are re i;.ctfullv solicited. We want a vivacious, active and cheery lady correspondent in all the neighbor icj: towns tributary to feialift. Address all euch communications to Rosa Penrie, society reporter Bi-zoo office, Sedalia. Mo. SEDaI.IA. Miss Callie Clak, of I'utler is the ,guest of M;ss Dovie B rley. Miss Ki tie Kidd is pending a weik with friends in the couttrv. Miss Lena Gallie i3 expect d home this wek or the followi g week. Mrs, Wm. Hin ie urned from a visi with fr.ends in B( onvii'e I -si w. ek. Mi-s Emma Ciandall mde one of the Mrs. P. L. Ku herland and d'Vg ter, of W.ndsor, spent ye teiday :n this city. Miss Hattie ai.d Mary A tw trd of St. Jospb are the gre-te of Miss Anra B rrtt Mis. V. J. Kl-ii cam- home from a -viiit with '"rhnds in Ca if rj a last wetk. Mrs. W. F. Batreit, if Si. Loui-, i the gue.-t .f 1 er sU r-ii-law Mrs. D. H. Mn th. Mr and Mrs. S K. Invin left 1 st Thursday far in exte did tour in the east. Misses Lu Eva W:ilkr and Miss Sue Evans are the guests of fii nJs in Boon Viile. Mrs. W. L. White, of P lot Grove, is th?euert of Mrs. Milier on .Noith W. sh ii gton street. Mrs. Dill B'air left last Thu?s:ay evening for Clifton, Mo. She will be ab fceLt for some mmths. Miss Rebecca Ashworfh. w; o was tl e gi:es. of relatives here le t for her home :n Illini is Fr.day- moral i g Mr. Frank M. Bobb, of Bawlir gs, Wy oming. will anive in th s ciiy this wetk acd I e the gueht of frit nds. Mrs. V. E. Shaw and her b by daugh ter expect to ictu n from a visit to hi Do rado Springs n xt Ti u-tday. Mrs. Jones, wie of Bev. Joi es, of this ci y, wi 1 re urn Irom a lew weeks vis t ai E.doracoSpr'ngs tl is veek. Mre.Sanij.el Ga'- aghtr exia o to letve tiis week f i r a vie t wan I er.oa .n Chici go j nd her s stcr in .New Yoik Miss-s Clan and Millie H?yrs who lu.ve bteu gutets heie for s me tiu.e haw ior their htnie in Waisw this mo nmg. Mis Cliffie Estill, of Estill, who has marv friends in th s citv, atendd 'he c mmtnctmei.t txeiciss hi Columbia la wt ek. Mr. Louis Dutch and daugher, Miss D; Hie, and Mis (.'. A. Dtxte-, wj'ie the srues.s if friencs iu Jtfle.sou Cry laet we. k It is rumored that M;ss Sallie Porter at d a get tleinn ot Kai sas City are si o io unite their destinies ts hisbaud and wife. Miss Lu.ie Mrxon of St. Louis ar ived yesterday ard with hr eist r Nellawill be theguettsoi Mis. J. JK. jr:ett at JLd n I irm Miss Carrie Jenkins, who J as ben in atterdarce at the Broadway s?m:nary, left for her home ner.r Lo'go d last Ihurs day. Mr. D. A. Cl.uk will remove f om saventn street to tre cr rner oi ixtn at a Limit;e as toon as Mrs. Clark's health wil permit. Mrs. Dcr Ptti-xn ard her sisters, JUissts .mn.a aca ivitre vina, were tie ted to a deligh ful serenade :art Thui-s day evenirg. Miss Mamie Houe is expect d to ar rive m t is c;tv iiom Uoicrano er on, ana will remain she guest of relatives lor a mouth. Mr. audM.s M. Priet -ni daughter, Miss Fred Prh st, wi 1 go to El Dorado Springs 'his week, whe:e they wilt pend the summer. Mies L Hie Pe.k, of Ca thagf, who has leen the guest of her br iber, Mr. W. Peck, It ft yesterd y for a vi it wi h friends at Lees ill e. Mhs;s Suse, Emma and Maude Adrir who have lern in attet d nee at the u i versity, returred to their h. me in Cliuton, Eriasy morning. Last week was larg ly dr vGte l to com mer cement exerc.fes ai d both the Broad- May semfnarv j.nd the notible ei tertinm-nis. Mrs. Dr. Bojer ai d son Wil lie, have returned from n ex tnded n.l pleas m visii with h-r ?is er. Mrs. Fost-r, tt Gal vtston j nJ Ntw O.lejns. The friends of J. B Y n Dyre, lat superintendent of the K. & T. w.ll b. glad toJenrn thtthimsIf and accompli hed family will still re-ide here. . . The friends of Miss E la Givans, of Calhoun, will have ccngratulntiots re dy on the occasion of her marr ge to a gen tleman from Michigan soon. Mrs. ft. M. Fraker and little daughter, who have b en the guesti- of their re)a ives, Dr. and Mrp. Tysor, wi'l return to their home in St. Jose) h this week. Mrs. Derdoflf and daughter, M's Anna Alexander, who were t;ets in this ci'y tnd Hughetviile fur the pjst iew -weekf, will r turn to their horn? in Jackson ville, III,, this werk. M;S"es Emma Wesger anl Miep Tedia Sneed, of Dan vi lie, Ky., a e tl e .gues.s of ielatei in it is city. Mis. Sceed has many warm friends htre who will be glad to welcome her. The ladies of the Episcopal church rill give an en'ertainment at the residtnee -of Mrs. Kate Hawkins on Brcadway next Thursday evening. Music and dancing will be features of the amusements. Mis9 Annttta Jones, the accomplished -daughter of Bev. Jone?, who has been teaching elocution in the Wesleyan college, her alma mater, at Cincinnati, will reiurn to her heme in this city this wek. The "Sunbeam Society" of the Con gregational church had a largely attend, d meeting at the residence of Mjhs Anna Hahu last Monday eveniig. The nex' meeting will take pLce at the rfsidenceof Miss Helen Lewis, on Seventh street. Bev. Fuller of the Baptist church, who ddres-ed the societies of h university last Wednesday evening at the Firit Pres byterian church, is said to have been sur passingly eloquent and dtlijii ted all who had the plea-sure of listeniiig t him. Next Sundiy will bs children's "day and the Congregational churcn people to ppropriately celebrate it, will dec orat the church verv be uiifully and arth-ticallv, and cive a pr gramme of music, addresses and reci'ations during bcth the day acd evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ph'pps have re tuned from th-ir bridal tt.ur and taken up t'eir retid-rce at the home cf the b Mt's par ntt whtre a suie nf aoms have be n hiudiomely fitted up for their occu pniy. Mr?. A. M. Hagar and Miss Florence Hass-r, wiowere io lfave to-morro for Ctliforn'a, will defer their tr p a fi w days. Thy w'l visit r. lat.v s in the poMen state about hrte monihs whtn they will reiurn to their home. Prif. Geo. Raly enterla;ned the en tire fttculiv, tl e diref tori, studen's and savtral ontsile fri-i ds of tre unive sty hist Thursday evning a ter the roaiaifiicc meLt t-xercis-s at the op n he use weie ovtr. El ga t refr s men s we e s rv d and th orcasion much enjoy, d by nil. The following will be s?r t out this Wetk by the mn?g rs of the Sweet Spiings' i M : 4tioMr'e'f and lad s tre rtsieitiul- y .nvited to attend a htlect piitv to be given n ihe c evasion of th- opening of the Sp ing-, June 16th. 7 Mr. K. J.GenTy and Mr. 1. H. Kelt of ih's c:t wiil br among tl e committee ( f iiA'itation. The marriage of Mr. Ch s T. Kelk and Miss Milli- Hauhev, to k plate 1 st Wednesdav evene ig iu the pret?ence of only the iiini'di te fainiiv aid frin's cf the parties. Tt e presents were h ndsome and ai propriate, and an ehgant suj per was s re d by Sit her. R v. Payn?, ut the Christian chuic , p'llornitd the cere in ny. In t e haste of preparing th reprrt of pr'zes woj by the university pup;h, aslitht iniht.ike occurred. Ihe i r ze, a poia medal for brst t'e lam ion in coll ge c'ass-e-, of bretl by P. H. S ngreo, v.ai won by Mr. M. Camptei , it Ca thag?, Mo Ihe pike, ti e vo nun-s tf McCaul.v'a II'ttDrj of Eoe'and, oft red by Ci 1 A7. W. S. Snod d:wa3 won by Mr. If. C. CLney, J sr)ir, Mo. SCCIAL EVENING. Miss Bot'a P.Herton gave a pleasant en ter a nment at ihe rrsid-. ce ot ter parents imt Tbur.day light iu hoi.or of Mbs Emm) McDjw11, of Syacus, Mo. Re f es-:meais were served a d thee with danc ng and other amuseaitnt made ihe occasion mcst memorat'ii. Arnon? tne gues:s weie: Misses Phem'e Highlry- tnan. Lron y, .nl:ce Sull its, Miss Emma aud Kit i- Kidd, Mri. Dcr.i Pa t -ei n, Mrs. Haulev Pilkington anil Dr. Hun h;ck, Messrs. Ro4 in on, Wta-t, MoVey. Feast, Mcl hamy, L.ony, Mclu oih,0en and o'hrr. children's party. Mrs Dora Pat ison aot ropriately cele brated ihe eighth bithlvy of her joung tiaught-r, Miss Stella, ytst-rd y aft rnoon fr ini 3 o'clock until 6. Refreshm nti of cak, henie?, etc, were strvda'sd witi M s- May Wallace, the accomp ished vrunj piat iste, at t' e pi no, toe !i t e folk- had a r-?n 1 time d ncing. Tl ere we e gam s a so, and all In all, the occasion was vry pleasant. The guess were: Annie May Ma j r J-t l'a an i t'e-sie S war', Louise Mot t gomerv, Emma Marvin, In-ne Ba-net', Lenni Htitcmn'on, Lha Morsm n, Lizz t v.obin, Clara Felix, BVnnie Ba?d, Lelia Gnmshaw, Ha't eGold, Clara Wile, Flor et Citnd jS'et'ie Stewart, Mgsij Stithcr land, of Windso", fnd rereral oth-rs. CHURCH EKTERTAIS5CENT. The'aliescf theco"greg tional church will give a so;ial en ertammt nt at the :es ideoce of Mrs. H. L. Bin v, 609 W.st BroadwDy, on next Friday evenirg. A 1 are very cor ill 'y mviied, e p cialiy tha gent emeu. Ihe fallowing ii the p o g amme : Elocutionary re ration Prf Bobbins song, Prtf. Ater ; recitaiions hv Miss Ji se Nonh ; mus:c by the Sed.ili t graLd or. h.-fetra; recitations alio bv Mis s Lydia A. K-ut, Anna Meriz, Gr.ce Shepard and other ycuug lidies: "Th C8r by Postmaster B'a.r ; impersona tions by rri t. Parker. AT MlCALUSTER. a large t arty irom mis ctv lett yes terday for McC-.llis:er Spring?, where they wil siund a few davs dr nking th waters aud ei'j-iyiig the t ure breezes at tha' I oir.t Amorg the parly weie Mr. and Mrs. F E. Hofi'mKii, Mr. and Mr . Wil 0 uuiveisity g ve Bjss, Mrs Hugbev. of P ol Kan-as Mr. ar d Mrs. George R ss ai d Mr. Charles T. Kelk and bride CHUKCH S CIAli. The focra given br the Cumberland Presbyt.rlan churh e p'e t tne retid-np oi iur. n. n. aiarean tasi inuna v tv-n- inw was sa d to be a inoat i-njoy.nble afiair. Ti e reire-hmen's being del.ciou and ih host and host S3 doi g everything possible to make the guetts welc m. The M. E. churt h sou h gave a p'eas ant sjcial last Vdnesday tight m the Alever bui'ding and dealt out refresbme ls of the ni es and mo:t appetizing sort. The attendatce tfnB large. The Ohio Street Methodist church give an entertainment Thursday tvenircfin ti Meyer build ns on Th rd s'reet for the b n fit of the orphan ylam at Warrrn ion, Mo. The atten 'ance was fairly good and quite a neat sum realized. FORGOTTEN GIRLS. At the coTiintncement ixercues held at lh Ste Univtraity in Co'nmb.a a ie Jdtv- -go, the Rtv. Tayl r aiose and in voked the divine blessing upon ihe young m n who had juctgradui.ed, upon the uni versity, upon the president, upon the board 0 curators, and Uf.on a'l educational in t rests The man of God, boweve-, in his z al, entirely neglected to crave from di vine clemency the slightest recognition of the yourg ladies who belonged to ihe grad uating class, and one of them, noticing the mission, remarked in the herii?g of ie- orter, "Never mind, the girls didn't need it, or they are much superior to the young turn in goodnes." "Yes, indeed ; those bad boys need all the 1 rayers in the world, and even then it will he by a mere chance if thev are savid' en thusiastically asserted another. And the uiris were probably not far wrong. SURPBISE PARTY. An exceedingly pie ssant surprise party as given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs John Kais r, corner of Sixth and Kentucky s reets, last Thursday evening in honor of rir daughter, Miss Josie. Notwithstsnd ng htr surprise, the young hostes1? was courteous and thoughtful in the treatment of her guests, and all enjoyed the occasion very much. The refreshments w-re i ihe ch' iceit, ard veiy tunefully 6ervtd. AmoDg oher featutes ot the evening was the fact th t the gentlemen 11 wore rew i k plug hat, ojii e differer t from thi ir us'ial he d gear, ard the- were greeted with 'g.e t ap plause." The gu-Jts were : Mi s:s L'zzie O'Brien, of Bjinv Up, Daisy and Nol c Shy, Minnie aid Lula Hahn, Nannie Blemkin, Maude and Jese Kipjur, Emma O'Britn, Doli e Childs. L na Meyers and Messrs. Dick Ritchie, John Conrad, Jt hn Kipp r, H-riy and Ran Grnni, Jack Bird, Ti J S arks. Hugh Muir, O to Jacobs and Ned Keating. FASHIONS. Drab whi'e is the newe t shade of this color Red remains thedomiu: nt eoler of the season. Wraps are are as varied in their forms as cos'unies. J.ck-t cor-ag's in eey imngiaable sh'pe are in voue. Plum color an 1 pale rose is a fashion able English co'or combination. The h gh collas of th- newest j ltkets and frocks are siiffe. e i wiih wiggau. -Gold tnrt'rs ace the latest go'den fsncy for hat ard bot net orramentat'on. Whv not wear the hue cl,th Cow.s cap ; t the seaside here, as well as in Eng land. Wa erel ribbons, watered t-ilks and watered siuds if ail kirjds are revived in Paris. Long saches are worn wiih all sor's of dr s es aod looped ad libitum, according to facer. The blu? C wes cap with a blue yacht gs'ji'. is the correct we r for seaside walks and boa'ii sr The strugale between Fre ch and Eng lish stvl s of d ess goes on qu e lr, but StKt ly, 'or all that. Goldin b ars' heeds, with gre. t, bulg ing, v How, cats' eve, are found anions hit Mid bounet pins. Alit'le j weled dagger p:nn:ng he eor--gebouqu t io the d esS trout is the latest caprice in fancy ieuielry. Th? same luifide pr vails in ihe mat ter of the cho:ce of materia's fr a br:de's dress tha is given in otturfssf ions at pres en i. Pinkish rawn is a 1- velv and popular color for tailor made costumes, and may be braided w th e thergold or siivtr. tnd a darser fawn of tan braid. Th?re i too much variety in the forms f dress at pr sent. Confus on and bad t.-ste are tl e inoit t'equ nt results oi the fibit obeiudepe dent When d;ess reformers make somcthirg to wear pretty, rich ; nd eitravagan', they wilt find p'en vol women to we r it. Wli te satin is the nrst cli ice ol ma- :t rials for a b'idhl diess bu1 for the Juue wtddii g, or;'-ndy mus'in and tine Iates vith a nrofusion of llower decorations i? a. in st spp.opri. t A pret y p"c!i:rsque, and corvenient fishing suit o.- a ladv, is of d rk g een and dr b checked ih-viot. fatvd aud bourd round the skirt and over-kir:, p ckets col lr a d cufT-, with dark greeu soft leather. The new st j cket shown by the lead ing ladies' tailor, of F.fh avenue, is of wi.i e co h trimmed i i a ciack, artillery r.-gimen'al br. tiding acd buttons, with gold soutache ord forrmdof fourftraudsof cord to gold, rnd two of a dark blue gray sh d . D ab wli'ie, or pire white c'oth trim med with g dd hra'd, when in the hands of a firrtcla, EiJgli h ladus tailor, like Red fe:trn, make the prit i st, mi mo.teleffin go. i g-aw y dre s and n wma;k-t, or trav eling uist-r that a I rid cm war. This whi-e or drab whit- cl t.i c'e.ns admir ably. HER DAINTY HOSE. Spun s:lk hoe come in all colors, with white or 1 I c iert and tops. Black tikes the leid in f-ny colorfd hose, ftdlowe 1 by navy blue. Mo e crdin il is worn th s si) ing than has b en for many seasons. The fancv silk Ptrckings iust out, will make Minnif Palmer, witu her 265 p irs wep wi h envy. Th y are dainty enough to uted as icarfs. IIo e su'.t bl- f r Funimer costumes come n all j-h des e ther plain, or fronts of woven worc, a1 ter the s:yle of iace, fin ishel offwitli hand embroidery. The ha lequin U of the cees. The half-and half colors are divided perpendic u ar'.y, and come :n white and black, pink nd tdack, lilac and black or any color de sired Colton stockings k own as the ' cut," can be bought for ten cenis up. They are not cheap, slt'iough the price is low. They are seam esc, and the bet ihings of the kind on the market. Among the novel ies in hose are those which h .ve toei like a glove has fingers. Thay are not desiined to be popular te cause of the bulk tbey cause, and evrn with a neat fitting shoe they will hurt and ruin the feet. The Richelieu, ribbed, cornea in any co'or. It h s a peculiar, yet handsome look, biing woven in alternate wide and narrow stripes, giving the narrow pi ca be tween the fleet of velvet ribbon stripes The gr-ft d is a-other, of the Ltest. The f et aud a trifle above theb ot :ops are of one color, such as blue, r d, yellow, olive, etc., with tops of black grafted to the stocking proper in points, hand-worked with dainty stitches. The hose most popular at this time of the year, wh n wo, den is too warm and lisle thred too cool, is the medium weight cotton A beautiful, nice-fitting stocki ng, coming in bltck, navy blue, brown, slate, mode shades and all tbe garnet shade?, ranges from twenty-five c-nts Io $2.75. DECORATIVE NOTES. A very useful and handsome apron is made of a large square of black surah. In one corr.er a bunch of corn floA'ers, poppies', daisies and bluettes, and wheat ears is em broidered in silk. The strings are formed of a piece of ribbon run ,through a hem at the top. The new cream colored cotton etamine, with conventional designs in red and blue, apparently in cross stitch embroidery, but in reality samped on the material, is very efieciive for window drapery. The etamine has the effect of soft wool, embroidered and i3 reasonable in price. Now that flower pe'.als are so much used for trimming f veoing Presses, d ft fin gered maidens niy prepare them The woik is very fa-cinatii'g. Tafce any ar'ifi cil flower, detach the petals and placet th ra un the ma'erials us d, and cut i x hctlj the shp- of the p ttern. Afterward vein or tint the petds cut out, as may be desired, and they aie retdy to sew on the d-e-s The following recipe is used by furni lu c turkers for tbo. izing wiodillilf sn t unc of copperas a d cght ou c-s of log Wi o 1 chips. Boil the logwo d chips in one cdlon of water for ha'f an hour and then add the cipperas. Hi- mixture mu t b-: atpplied hot to the wood. Two or throe . 1 com s win he reoitrec. it tm eooniz u wro I is to b vanished, a little blank inii. be Jdded to the vprnish el e it will gve it a brown tinge. Society Elsewhere. WARRENSBURG. Atkiusoa 13 VJSltlPg in Miss Jenuie LU tou. Mis ei Mollie Greenlee and Nel'i? Cortini, of the Norma', spent Sunday m kn. bn- ster. Mr. -ind Mrs. Stmlev T. Rogers, of Kuns Citv, have been visiting 'h- family of Col. A. W. Rogers-. SJta orF. M. C ckrell and fmiiv a: ivi'd in th s citv f otn Wshing'on, D. C. Jrsi Jfondav eve: ing. Miss Mary Brockman, of Montserrit, visiitd in this citv ihis wees. She is no-v visitirg iu Ft. Scott Kansas. M-. and Mrs. N Yore, of this town h:p haverei.tei the r f rm here and will p ?ud t'.e summer iu Ohio. L. H Campbell was in at endance at he M;s ouri Pre s &ss citiou iu conven- t'ou at Columbia, this week. Mrs. J.J. Cc ckrell is in E! Dorado Sp Jug, Mo , wht re she w.ll p ratably re- u.ain unt:l next September. ChsrhsOzias ard wife and brother, of Centt ivifw, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pre'zmger near Clinton: Mi s Nellie Ciissey is visiting relatives in f Ircago, Wisconsin anl Vichigjii. Shi wi I :eniaic during the summer. Sutler. .Mrs. J. iv. Urugler w s in M. Lou-s 1 st week. Floral services will b2 held at the Pr-ffb terian chuich n.xt Sunday. '!hc Leabo case comes fiist on the criminn! docket and is set for next Mondays . iss Dora Atkirson and Dr. George Ri iej were quTetly manied on Wedn say o: .a-st wek Mrs. Van C:eve and little sonp, rela tives of Mrs. M. S Powers, l.ft for their lume in Michigan Its'. Tu-fdiy. S veral coup ei of Butler's ycung fo'ks en t the Summit church to a stiawb-rry festi al Wednes lay niht and report a fine time. The fe-tival given Mondsv night by the l idie of the Episcopal church was largely a tended. The decorations wereprtfuse -nd reir.. hmei ts delicious. rich hill. 3tis. riank Alch.ioDen is visrtiag m Butlm Th a Rich Hill Weddings are to oc cur f oon. .Mr?, w. r. Jiuuson is visiting m (Cans City. ,t:s s .a'.ie ana iei ie xi rns are vis" ting amiopg relatives in Ksnsaa C tj. Mr?. Johnroa and Miss Bosswell, of Pie smt Mill, arevjsi'mg the family of T. B. Farmer. Mrs. Dell Cobb, who has been visiting in Ap. Ie on Ciy for a week or so relumed la-t w ex. Mrs. W. F. Tvgard and son left last Tuesiij for a p.otr cted visit among rela- ti ns and frunds in Ohio. CALIFORNIA. Mr. Jo?. Crane and daughte-, Mits Jennie, dep tried Monday night lor Wh ing f n. T. zexell county, II'. Mis3 M. E Boswell, of Pleasant Hill, sist r of Mrs. Pink Bruce, and daughter of rjotwe i. Jisq., visiieu here ia-t week. Mr. aod Mrs. C. Wiereke returned Wednesday from St. Lours. whre th-v weL t o attend their daughter, Mrs. Louhe Kennard, in her last illness. Mi s Alice Durbin, who has been visit ng in Ohio, stopped off in our city Wed t.csday on her way borne, to spend sever 1 das with her friend, Mis3 Rosa Howard. Mrs. Carrie Barnhill returned Tues day f.oni a visit to relatives in Bluffton, Uh:o ohe was aconipinieJ by her daughter, Mis3 Minnie, who has been at lending school in Bluffton dur ng the post iuttr and sp.mg. On Monday night a small crowd of voung folks gathered at the home of M'ss Ro3 Mertdiih, on Oak street, and spent a ve y pi-asint evening. iaire were present Mis-es iSellie Hern, Mamie rommer, Anna Duwenick, Lizzie Wilson, and Messrs. Lee Locp, Doug. Inglish, hrank Vincent, Chas, Duwek-k. MGBERLY, J. W. Dysart and f tmily have gone to q.i:..i :..r i ;it . . oAiiaourjr uu a vL3" iuu win reiurn m aoout ten days. Mrs. Martin, of near Renick, accom- I I 1 t . J . r- p a' u i-y uer very pitasuui aaugnter, M1S8 Aitt i was in me cny jmursaay Mis3 Carrie Lowenstein, sister of Mr. Max Lowenstein, lett today for a visit ol sevrral weeks to fr:ends and relatives in Mexco. Mr. T. D Boyd and wife, of Carthage. Mo., were in the city Thursday en route for home, lhey had been attending the edi torial convention. Mi s Sallie Davi?, one of the most pleasant young 1 dies of our city, left Thursday for a visit of a few days "to her parent", living near Renick, this county. HOLD EN Miss Lulu Wright, of Independence, is visiting relatives and friends in the city. Mrs. Elliott and son, Eddie, hare gone to El Dorado Springs to speed the summer months. Miss Nellie Shockey, of Warrersburg is in the city visiting friends and will re main several days. Mr. C. P. Murray and wife went Mon day for a week's recreation and pleasure to the picturescue hills of Morgan county. They will remain & short time with rela tives in Versailles. William and Miss . Nellie Barrisa of Br.iokfifM, Kan , an i Chas. Bnrrirs and wife o' Kansas Ci y are visitir-g L M. and JL. Burriss ol th s city. SPRINGFIELD. Mr. A. R. Fearn 1 ft Wednesday morning for a visit to frimds at Kansas City, Missouri. The Sunday school class of Vfrs. Sue Mars ellerwe: t to Fi-het'e Cive Wednes day and hel l a a enjoyable picnic. Mrp. H. W. D'gJns left Wednesday morning to attend luncl eon given by Mrs. Barnes, of Lawrercs, Knnsds. Miss Lizzie McFte depar ed r.n th wesl bound Frisco Thursday moin'ng for a sevtml weeks visit to Ptirce City and Neosho. Mrs. J M. Kirly and d ujhter, Miss Matli , and Mr. J. A. Overrn.-n un 1 s n Jo have cone to Eureka Sprirgs to st eutt a f cw w- eks Invitatio. s are out for the mrrlase of our popular young cofie n:e-ch n', Mr. Ed Jtioust u, of this city, aud Miss Flora Wiko", of Kansas. Wm. Naegler and am:ly stated last Wednesday tveni. ig for Europe. Thev II ! 1 -- t. . . 1. !. . 1 win oe uuseui lour uicimis aLU win uiukc a tour of the continent. Mrs. Ji hn B. Gordm and family re turned Thursday morning from St Lruis wheie they have for a few weeks past been v siting leliiives and friends. Married, Wedne-day evening, by Rev. D. P. Putii-iu, rat r if Ctlvjrv Pr.tb terian church, st the resid-nce of briih s parc ts, on West Walnut s'.r.et, Mr. MoLam Joneg to Miss Mary E. Abbctt daughter of James Abbt,t, Esq. Hie attendants wera Miss J me Abho t, sister, an I Miss B ssie WooIIer, cousin ct tin- hri''c. The wedding Aas a vtry qtiet af fair, mly t hp r lat'ves anl neighbors o tre bride and a tew of the m st intimate acquaintances of the groom being present. Among the latter the "B-'ch-lors Club," of wl ich the groom was president, wjs out in mil iorce. OTTEEVJIiLE. S-im Burks, of Parw, visited his home, this week. Sam Potter i eng. ged most of his time iu agriculiurnl j unuits. Mrs. Jark Wharton, of Centreviewy visited h r relative hre a few days ago. M?sss Belle Starke and Maggi8 Johrs'on are contem plating a vis t to Boonvilb, soon. Wo-ild nvt a s'rawberry supper bs in . .i orewr a ou now r come oi me unurcnes might m ke it p v. M sses MoWe Golliday anl Eva San ders drtve ;o Smithtoo, a viilage heven miles from her?, one d y last week, and they positively tsseit they made the trip m jus. four hours -nd twenty minute?, with Dr. Sauders' fasfi I orse. - "L. & C," of Ot ervill will p'ease send addie-s to th:3 olHce. Ed. society department. Sweet Gum and Mullein. Very few re:m that in the exudation hey see clinging to the sweet gum tree htre is a powerful stimulating expecto rant principle, and in the old field mullein a mucilaginous one that is very healing to the lungs. These two princ:ples presents in Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet Gum ind Mullein a pleas, ut and effective cure cr Croup, WuoooiLS-Cough, Colds and Consumption. Sold by ali druggists at 25c and $1.00 a bottle. LAND TENURE. CLINTON. Mrs. 8. F. Ware spent last week in the country. Mrs. C. 1. Co'lirs, ot h.ansa? Citv, is v:sitng friends and relatives ia C intou. Mis W. F. Carter and children have ntnr. ea irem a several weeKs visit Lear Mcntrosp. Mrs. John N. Everett, of Durango, Col., is visit. ng her parents in u intn Mr. Everett is foreman of a printing office ;u Jju atgo. A pleaant event of the past wrek, was the social party, at the residence 1 1 H. H Armstrong in ihe country, in hont r o M ss Harris, a sister of xMrs Armstrcng. Rev. W. P. Smith, of th Cumberland Pr-sbyte'ian church, in Middle, Tenn., ha been visiting h s sister, Mrs. Wm. S,Dovl t ear .Lewis, this coun'y, lor the past ten days. Miss Jessie Cjck re urned home from Lexingt n Thursday iiht, where she had bi en attending school, bringing with ber another medal, which makes four sle has, received from this insiiiution, Rv F, Menefee, pastor of the Baptist chuich, this city, is expected home with his bride, a Miss Gould, of Baltimore, on t ext Thursday evening, when a church re ception will be tendered the happy conpie. Mrs Elizabeth Cjnnor, who has been making a visit to her father, Wm. M. Bo zarth, of Fayet'esviPe, Ark., a former well known citizen of Clinton, returned home the first of the we.k. She was accompan i d by her ueice, Miss Belle Barry, who will maje her home with her aunt. Gus Awry is in Sn Francisco. He will stil for Alaska about July 1, acd be xbunt probably one month. In the mean trine, he will visit the Yo3mite Valley, and important points on the Pacific slope. On returning from Alaska he will start homeward, taking in the Yellow Store Park. MEXICO. Mrs. Edgar Dudgeon Ins betn licensed to practice Kw. Mrs. Sue Holt, and Miss Mannie Dor sy, of Fu.ton arrived Mcnday. Mrs. J. M. Koontz has returned from a visit to her hussbind at Leavenworth Kan. Miss Sus Tcmlinson, of ne?r Liberty, Mo, is visiting her cousin, Miss Minnie Tomlinson. Miss Helen Harrison, of Benton, hrs retnrred home from a visit to Misses Lutie Fannie Cave. Mrs. Cotswortb. of Welisville, who has been visiting friends io this city has returned Lome. Mra. Ada Fairfield, after a pleasant visit to Dr. Mrs T. P. Rothwell, has re turned to her home in Huutsville. Mrs. R. E. Baker and Mrs. Gus. Lar kin, of Centralia, have returned home from a visit to Miss Bessie McKinley. Mexico is well represented in Colum bia this week. Quite a par y of young and old people went over to attend commeme rntnt and the meeting of the PrtSs Associa tion. H. M. S. Pinafore by a superb cast of 60 of our beat juvenile ta.ent, will be ghen under the supervision of Mrs. Lizzie Hicks, at the opera house, Tuesday and Wednes day evenings, Juue 16 and 17. BROWNSVILLE. Mrs. J. M Yaniis spent several days in Kansas City this week. Miss Leona Edwards, of Fairville, is visiting Mis3 L'zzie Weekly. Miss Jenrie Swaggard left this week for a visit to friends in Indiana. Rev. W. M. Po'tsman, and wife visi ted in Henry county djirii g the wtek. Prof. TripleU and family returned 1 st Wiek Irom a visit io Petiis county. Mrs. Philip Land left lhursday morning to visit relatives in Henry county. Mr. Robi. Hall and lamily, of Elm wood vie nity, visited relatives here this week. Messrs. J, M. and B.T. Eellamy paid a brief vibit.to the r parents at Waverly this week. Mrs. Jone3 and daughter, and Miss Lulu Ingram, of Jslater are guests of the Misses Drysdal . Miss Lizzi-V bb attended the com-' Sweet Gum meucement x rc .-e- ol Christian College CrouD Drevet. hieh her sister, Miss Maude Colds and Carious Payments For the Use of Land In England. Gloves of various kinds -were fre quently presented in service for lands. Thus, two farms at Carlcoats, ia York-: shire, paid "the one a right hand, and the other a left hand glove yearly;' and some lands in Elmesale, in tha same county, were held of the King "by the service of paying at the Castle of Pontefract one pair of gloves furred with fox skin, or eighteen pence year ly;" while for the manor of Elston, ini Nottingham, were rendered two pairs' of gloves, together with a pound o cummin seed, and a steel needle.J Needles are met with several times, bub one instance must here suffice where; "Roger, for some time tailor to our lordthe King," held lands in Hailing bury, Essex, Ty paying at the King's exchequer "one silver needle yearly." Still more curious is the service fop, certain lands in Rode. Northampton,, which consisted in finding "one horsei of the price of five shillings and oner sack of the price of one-half pence,, with one small pin, for forty days.1' Probably this "small pinn was similar, to the skewer noticed above, and waa used to fasten, or attach, the sack," whioh may have been employed toy, carry fodder to the horses. That thei horses were tolerably cared for, evem in those days, seems to be proved hy the fact that the manor of Cherburgh,! in Dorset, was held "by the service ot one horse-comb, price four pence, to be paid yearly," and that certain lands inT the hundred of Loseberg, in the sama' county, were held "of our lord thai Kig, by the serjeantry of finding certain horse-comb, or currycomb etc." Among other miscellaneous ser vices by which lands were held may ba mentioned certain instances of-hose.5 Thus, Cottington, in Nottingham, wfflh held by the service of presenting to the) King a pair of scarlet hose yearly; id dresfield, in Worcester, was held by rendering to Robert, Earl of Gloucester, hose of scarlet on his birthday, anct Henly, m Warwick, was held by Ed-j mund, Lord Stafford, by the service ob jhree shillings or a pair of scarlet ho&j Notes and Queries Bii! Nye's Philosophy. To the young the future has a roseate hue. The roseate hue comes high, but we have to use it in this place. To tha young there spreads out a glorious range of possibilities. After the youth has endorsed for an intimate friend sl few times, and purchased the paper at the bank himself later on, the hori zon won't seem to horizon so tumultu ously as it did aforetime. I remember at one time of purchasing such a pieca of accommodation paper at a bank, and I still have it, I didn't need it any more than a cat needs eleven tails at "one and the same time. Still tha bank made it an object to me', and I secured it. Such things as these harshly knock the fluff and bloom off the cheek of youth, and prompt us to turn the strawberry-box bottom sida up before we purchase it. Youth ia gay and hopeful, age is covered with experience and scars where the skint has been knocked off and had to grow on again. To the young a dollar look, large and strong, but to the middle aged and old it is weak and inefficient. When we are in the heyday and fiat of existence, we believe everything, but after awhile we murmur: "Wnat'au that you're givin' us," or words of m like character. Age brings cautioa and a lot of shop-worn experience purchased at the highest market price.. Time brisgs vain regrets and wisdomv teeth that can be left in a glass ot water over night. 27ie Jngleside, In the Congo Yalley there are about one thousand European and, three thousand Egyptian firms for car-i 'rying on business." Already railroad-' are running, telegraph wires stretch inj. niany directions, and commerce is ex- tensively carred on. So, also, is- thej slave trade, and the trade in alcohol the sweater curst of the two. Your poor night after nig freing from and horror to t a bottle of T t Columb.aof Fa iied, is a graduate this year. druggists a r 1 1 wife losme . the littl i fiend to roup, b ho r ikee Ke n, an u oure for a. Sold i a bottle sleep sut 11 re a, havs ly o ibted. ighv alt