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THE SEDAUA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JUKE 16, 1885.
5 SOCIETY NEWS. Any items of interest suitable for this depart saent, from Sedalia or neighboring places, are re pectfully solicited. We want a vivacious, active and cheery lady correspondent in all the neighbor ing tonus tributary to redalia. Address all such communications to Rosa Pearle, society reporter Bazoo office. iSedalia, Mo. SEDALTA. Mrs. McCabe v sited friends in La monte list week. Mrs Jam s Story will go to El Doric o "Sprirgs July Lt. Mis. Frank Hatch w nt to El t)orado springs Its'. Fr'dsy. Miss Emma Nay lor v:sited friend? in Jlcckv He last wtek. Mifs Mary Elaven is the guest of friends in Kans 8 C:t. M;ss Lcu Eva "Walktr is ihe guest cf fiiet d in Incep n ence. Mrs. J. R. and Wal'ace Estill, of Es till, were in th.s ci y 1 ht week. Miss Isabel Dculs expects to spend a par: of iheseaton at fewest fc Tings. Miss Cora Demuth visited life Mioses -Sm'.th neti Lanionte L st w. ek. Mis. S. Bi l.-r and daughter, Mabel, -visi ed relatives in St. Louis iatt week. Mrs. lorn Ltwis, of Fort Scctt, is ih guett cf Mr. and Mis. Fied Yau Camp. Miss Funie Kil idrew,of Brownsville, w.s the gue;t f friends heie 'at week. Mifs Lena Gillie will ioi return from Cincinnati un il idrne lime nrxt mcnth. Mi-s Emma Be-k return d from a visit wHi friends in St. Louis last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F rgu-on left las wk for a visit wi ll relatives in Dakua. Mrs. John Ki b riF, of Lc ufc-ville, Ky.. is thr tuest ol the family of H. Y Fie d Little Htlen Fa:nham of Apph'ion City, is the ueit of her tousiu LizzieFaru hair. Mrs. W. A. E. Ar'ani-ard little ton Paul, will ,o o Foit Scott lor a visit to- .day. Mrs. Dr. M tchell, of Cooper counts, was the gtes of M:s. Julia Hughes la-t wet k. Mr. and Mis A. M. Hagir and daugh ter, Florence , left last Thufsuay for Cali foriiii. Miss E ti Gilbtt atterde'l the normal cr mmenccment exercises at Warren burg latt week. Mrs. Morey's music pi pils will give ?n enterainm nt ?t the opeia house next Tuesday evei iug. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Eastcn, who have gone to S:. L.uisto r-side, made many fnends v,h le Lere. Miss Louise Halstesd returned frrni a -ten mcnths visit wi.h friends at Breckin ridge last week. Mrs. R. H. Kerr, of Chicago, formerly Miss Lillie Gibson of this city, is tLe guest of relative here. Mi s Catnn.ie Thcmpscn gave a plesstnt little biitlidty laity l.st Mondi) to a few of her friends Miss Nella Maxon, who was the guet of Mis. J. B. Baneu, Jt-Jt for her heme in St. Louis last Wednesday. Mr.-. E K. Sibley, the arc mp'hhed wife of the new suj eiiutendent, is ttoppmg with her Lusba d at Sicher's. Ihe mt rubers of the Ohio street Me1.o disl cnurch Wiii give a tocial at the par sonage n xt Thursday evening.. Ihe Coi.g.eg.tional church will be beautifully decorated tody with floral designs in honor of "Childreu's day " Miss Lilly Peck, who has b en the guest ol herb: otter, WT. L. Peck, w.li ltare for her home in Car h.3ge :o-day. The families of Dr, T. T. Major, Geo. Faulhaber and John G.inibhaw, l ad pleasant pic-nic at Flat cietk last Monday. The t Id schorl Piebvteiian church folks with their chi dren and friends had a most enjoyable picnic at Beaman last Thurs day. -The si wing tociety of the Methcdist church, held tbeir mttting in the ehuich siuaj last iiiursaay. lie atiencance was fair. if: t n rr-i i ... -, r iujss xtue xi an nas leiurcea irom a vitit to Tex s. Her bi other Cord came up with htr and will visit awhile with his relativt. Mr. "W. B. Lowry and Miss Lola Mc Keever, who at enced the wedding of Mr Geo. LoKry and Miss Clara Fold, rt turned home last Tiursday. Misses Octavia and Lula Mir.in,of St. Louis, to morrcw end at:er a shoit v.sit with the family of Mr. S. Giiman, they will go to El Dorcdo pr.ngs. Mij-s Melissa Van Cleve, & talented youne lady of Lo'eCamp, Mc, who has Ire queLtly ccntnbuted to ihe columns of the Bazoo, was in the city last week. Miss Maiy Bolts, of Fulton, who is at prtsent the guett of her cousin Ollie Terry in La Monte, will come to this city this week and visit several of the ) oung ladies. The entertainment at the residence cf Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Berry last Friday night was unusually p assnu Eicitatims, mnsic, etc., were the lcaturcs ol tLe amuse ments. Mrs. K. T. Miller, Hatt-e and Katie Miller, Prof. Chance a d Miss Dora. Uart wright, attei ded ctmmeucement ex-rcises of the Normal school at Wair nsbLrg last week. Mrs. George Weiler who attended the commencement exercises at Warrensburg last week, was accompanied on her return heme by her couBin, Mrs. Dannie Mocdy of St. Lcu is. Miss Annette Jones, daughter of Eev. and Mrs. Jones of this city, returned irom the Wesleyan college at Cincinnati last Friday. She lias been teaching elocution in the college during her absence. Mis. A. W. Walburn, of Fort Scott, is the guest of her sister, Mis. Estill, at Es till siation, Mrs. Estill and Mrs. Walburn were formerly Misses Nannie and Mary Oentry of this city. Cards are out for the marriage of Miss ageie J. Smith, of this city, and Mr. Albert B. Kickey, at the residence of the -bride's parents, 403 East Third street, Wednesday, June 24th." Miss Laura Spaulding, who was one of the graduates at tthe normal school, War rensburg, is the guest of Mis. E. Earle. She will go- to.berjiome in Moselle. Md. to-day ,.;.'" . Mrj.;T,W.Cioiiey, Mr8,:J. MOffield Miss Eva Gen ry and Mrs. Tteodore Shel ton, of St. Louis, w.ll take a cottage at Swe t Spr ngs the Is cf July and spend the sunnier 1 1 ha pirt Mr. ar.d Mrs. Henry Reinhart, f i St. LouL, are the gue-ts Ol relative in Dover. Mrs. Rienhan 8 a gu-fct oi Mrs. J arms Montg .mery, and a s ser tf Miss Lee Ming, sd veil known in th s city. Mr John Lnnc'es has had a lovely lit tle letttr from her dugh er Jesie, whow;th her Grardmi Kulmer is visri g the f -ni-iy of M-j. Curreut in St. Ltitii?. Next Thursday grandma and Mjss Je-sie will Uaxe f ir a visit with lei live in Indian i. Miss Lizzie Kuhe-? who has teen v sit friends in Kans?s C ty, btpped at La minte iuh-rway bou.e and attended an enj yable st awbeiry aud ice cr-am festival g'u-en in honor ol Prtf. Eomoa ol that place last 1 ue-day evening 1 he n ert unmet t given by the ladies of the Epscipnl chuich last Thursday eve ing a ihe le.-i 1 nee f Mrs. Ka e Haw kirs on Bio-dwav, was more lhan tiruaily enjoyable, the at n ;ance be ng Jnreand daci' g and del cious rtfie;hmcnts serving to nhi e the time. M'ss Ella Guernsey, of 1326 Bread way this citv, hs rectut v wri ten some v rv clevtr stories for the C i auo Su, entitled a follows : 'Kola, d," 31 dem i el'e C eoua,'; -'Mk. tlum "Her Lonely Vigil" and a .-t :ry for the Golden Rule, of Be s on, entitled ''Cook's Mission." She is al o a frequtnt contributor ro the well known S . Louis M g :zit e. MissFiankie Mihtr, of Watrentburg, will njt return to this city as a t-acher, s'-e having act ep d a pi silnn in one of the Kansas City schools at an advanced -alary. Miss Frank ie won m ny fiiends I c e .u -ing hir Hay who wll r gret to hear that s e is not to return, but who will als con gr tul te her on her in prove! foitme and wi h 1 er heal h m i haj piness. WEDDINGS. Miss Claia Ford and Mr. Georg Low ry v ere mar ied last Wedie-.oay eveiinir at the r s:d nee of h j br de'.s grandparent , Mr. a.id Mis. Htniv Biver. Choice re freshuienls were seiv d and many baiui some p e tuts were iven. Nr. and Mrs. Lowry will fur the present reside w.th Dr. Boyer. -Mi-s Kit ie Sh'.vtrly at d Mr. M. D Smith weie united in nia-ri ge at the resi dent e of the bride's j arents on Third str at 1 bt Ihuisday aftti.ico- After the ceie uuny and the par.'ak njr of re!reshtnei tv, tl e bridal ccuple leit for their home in Iowa via Kans;s City. PiCN'IC PARTIES. About nften young jeope went pic- ncu g 1 st Werintsd v to riat cretk ar.d had a most delightful t me, having an elf gam dinner wr.h 'h-m of which thev pa took with the keen app t tcs of youth un- din m-d ry dyspepti: vhiois. The partv st e. t the eatre day and came home in the eveuiig tired, hut h ppy. Among th-j paity were: Misses iNiny Ecse, Lizzie Kymall, Nora and May Fe-net', Luella Hi 1, Lull A5cCiu,h'y, W: 1 er MoUaughey. Charl'e Famham, Will K. West. aLd a number cf o heis. A picnic was g'vt n by Miss Hrlen Lewis, ?sistd bv a few friend in lntor of her Sabb lh set ool cl .-s, last Tuesday, at Flat criek. The guess w-re Mioses O ra WatKins, Helen Brandon, May and Hattie Gfld. Cl r-i and Tlied Lew's, Halie Wil ccx, Charlie and Arthur Hoicb, Wilhe Guid, Allie Murphy atd Harry LewR With the one eqe ption, 'hat two of the little girls bt-came tepara'ed from the main pa Ij and were abst nt f r an hour or mor., thustctusing consi 'emble al-rm, 'lie pi nicers h?d a m.st delightful time. FKOM FIVE TO SEVEN. Miss Gnure Mathews en'e tiinfda rum her of her friends from 5 o'clock until 7 Wredre-day evening very handsome'y. Ihe refr.sbmmts were part culatly enjoy able, fs they consist d of the choicest cakes, strawberries, ice cream, etc. The young 1 osts was untir'ng in her efforts to make her gue U have a gra. d time, and it was ih ir verdict that she succe d d. Among thess were: Misses H?tt e Guild, Emma Crandall, Myrtle Sturtevant. Alice Nev kirk, S llie Mhjor, Jennie Jryf.es, May H-wkin, H-illie Jackson of St. Louis, Lzz:e Kalftis, Alice B'xbr, Katie Bradford, Pett;s courty, Clau:ia Jamison, Emma and Maude Lyon, Katie Hughes, Matie Bard, Dora Ye8 -'.r, Cora Eeck, Le tie They are worn either fc.- an entire costume, or e se combim d with a j I tin I bi ie. A pretty h t has the h:gh crown cov ered with cluse'y set pla ting- of poppy-red Kse.each of them tdged w tn r d lace, the h-gh trimming consisting of massrs tf pop pi-S In millinery a geat de 1 of gd gauze uied, together with gold transp.-.rent net winch ii l"id over thin summt-r plush st tnat the mle comes thrcugn. ice eticct is ex eedinyly rit h. Large leghorn flats trimmed with rut bines of white lace, with rosette at the ears comp s -d of a multit':d- of loops of narrow ribbon, will be wem by children of tender age the coming season. Id the tout ensrmble of summer fash ions we see much fewer drer ej than in those of the sprirg, but tlnre is a rnirked tend ncy to puffing out the t ilet t-O'h in the upper part of tne bust anp about the frjs. A Paris bonnet of cre-son grcen straw has a pointed biioi edged with two rows- of large yl bds. A swallow n sties in a clus er of cherry blvsst ms jut above tht point of the biim. The strings are of c:e -son green Velvet. Ti e rew jewel, c lied The. dora hi jcu areextremdv p'etty, with their col- oied stonts, rut ies and torquises set in m t r1, finely chise.led in ojen work. They ind th are wo-n b th in the morning evening by all ages. Litt'e sujar scoops and Shaker bon nets miid of liht dr.pes and small, re very fashionable for bntis and li tie tod- dli. g cVild-ei. Ncthing a',1 the ir.t ier than J;U10D Brown, FIo5C.ce Lamy, May Cummin.s. Ida MasoD, Sadie Moses, Floy JacKson and others. KECEPTION. Mr. Cba", Kelk md his fair bride, nee Mi.-s Mollis Haughty, were tendered a n- ' et-tii n at the nsidenr e of the bridegroom's parents last Ihursdav eveni g, which proved to be very enjoyable indeed. The supper served was of the choicest viands including salads, meats, frui s, cakes, ec Among the guests were, Air. and Mrs. F. E. Hoffman, Mr. and Mis. Will Boss, Mrs. rlaughev oi Karsis, M:ss Delia Hatihey and teveral others. SOCIAL PARTY. A very pleasant social parly took place at the residence of Mr. J. L. Parish, cor ner Third and Summit street lst Tuesday evening. JLiancmg and ielrrshmt nta servrd to while the time, and the occasion will be long remembered by the participants. Amorgthe guests wen Misses M.ggie Green M za Lester, Mary Meyers, Anna Blont, Hattie Bojd, Mrs. Ltster, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Vogler, Mr. and Mrs Betz Messrs. Ltster, Dunnigan, Meyers, Green, Parish. FASHIONS. Sirg'e quill feathers, made irridescent with dyes, and illuminated with tinsel, are used for hat trimmings. Bonneis of black lace have small brims covered with je ted lace, and pink aigrettes fastened with small pics. Chantilly, the most beautiful of black lace, is fashionable for mantillas, scirfs, fichus and unichs to wear over & silk dress. The prettiest and most delicate fans for be summer are painted in soft tints, r d with much daintiness of desigD, upon cream colored gauze. Bough straw ha's, with large, many looped bows of velvet iibbon in front, are frvjished to accompany tailor-made, sum mer woolen gowns. Bright red felt hats are to be wcrn at the seaside by children. They are trimmed by white silk scarfs or a large blue bow of he darkest shade. Stripes are decidedly fashionable this summer, of all styles, widths " and colore. Greenawav drcsimr. cm be these qu tint little bonnets. L tile mail, or India silk brakiabi caps will be wi.ru by you g m: r ied ladies more ih n ever, the coniwg feso:. The tnay be so made as to be bewithingly 1 w lv. Aittti'ial floweis and leal lace form he trimmings of these d inty tiilhs. Small f e'erires of w'rite rousFn or et mine are a vcy graceful sub ti ti e for an c ut-of-door in ntle in hot weather. Thee j.e ennes are triram d with some sjrtof pretty fan-y lace, and with bows of ribbon match'ng the dress, or eis, more sob rk, with blsck velvet, libloa sui able to we r with anydres. II bhons will be very extensively used in 11 delicate shade.--, aud in widths run ning from twelve t forte. Wide s:si r b bons will be used, but thy are l-.ls sr.ce fill and pretty than surah Iringed aid kno td a' the ends. If the wearer chooses she may, instead of frigirg the end-? of the sanh. trim them with dep lace or gold e n brordery. The niu-t f shioaable wVi:e cloth dreS'C? are mad with vet, and several ro as of to tioiulate vests, aL-d sometimes in de- signs airo round I r pyramidal upon Hi h.wer front of tne skirt, which is laid in cltiS'erel plaits and h. s hip . nd b3ck dra pery clo.elr laid ajd moderate in ize A bodic of a new sh pe, wlrch is in gr at favor for sumni3r dresses, h s, hotM n fion and tt the back, a pla tron finish ed in o a point, made of fome o her ni;itr-ri-l than that employed for the bodice, nd strippd or oh-rwhe; this is an excellent combinatioa for enlarging or freshening up bodices of a former sets in. Foradin n r or even'n dress the front pla-trjn alone mav becu ljw. n irrow g tld cord or flat briidi or are gild emhroi lered cufis and luxh c.lla Society Elesewhers. BROWXSVILI.E. Miss Lela Mason, of Higginsville, is visiting rt M'S. M. A. Huston's. Mrs. J. E. Hooker and Fon Inye re turned frun a visit to Harr.sonvill?. Mrs. Ed. Pembfrtor, formerly Miss Annie Goodwin, of Marshall, U visiting Mk. Schooling ch p iue. Mi-s Ida Smith went up to Higgins ville Wednesday tvtning, where she will visit nt Dr. G. F. Smith's. Mrs. Schooling Chapline returnel last Monday evening from Marshall. Her sis tt r, Mrs. Ed Orear, came with her. Capt. Hall returned fr"m Lruis ville Wednesday with his "help" fi.r the summer. They are a "tcny" lot of d trkeys. Prof. H. F. Tripl tt attende.1 the com- menc mentexjrc.s s at Yarrensbursr. Mm. Triplttt is viing hersis'er in Lnmnte. Mrs. Lizzie Irani rson, who spent last week visit let her sis'er. Mrs. Win. Veua- ble, r turned to Windsor la-t Monday, f el- mg mucn oeneutted uy the lawtet cpr:rgs water. W. H. Willirni, now of Kansas Citv, has returned and taken chirge of the offi-je at bwtet Sprmes hot-!. This is the third summer a pioof of his h gh charac:er aud capacity. PAESOKS. Mrs. H. A. Lewis, of Tcpeka, is visit ing her mother, Mrs P. Davis. Mrs. C. M. Fiye and son, Nealp, of - -.- i - .1 . ueiopa, are visiung relatives in me c.ty. Mrs Fied Allen and children, of Jon- itn, are visiting tne xamiiy oi vv. v. Alleu. Mrs. Theron Collins and daughter, Miss Sarah, are visiting with relatives in Ntbr&ska aud Illinois. WABREKSBUEG. Mi s Laura Smith is visiting friends in Holden. M s- Carrie Tory is :t home for the vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Stillwell have moved to Independence. Miss Sallie Gardner, of Clinton, is the guest of Mis. W. W. Wood. Mrs. G. "W. Kenoick, of Trenton, lib, is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. C. Fike. Miss Elle Fike entertained the gradu ating class of 1880 Friday evening. Mi?s Mary Harrison, who has been teaching school at Butler, Mo., is at home for the summer months. Mrs. Diell, of El Paso, Texas, a sister in-law of Mrs. Sanborn, is visiting in this city this week. MissVirgie Gray, of California, and Miss Maitie Sanborn attended the Normal commencement last week. Miss Minnie BobinsoD, of Bellon, Mo., if !hs guest of Mr&. I. W. Kr-gers. She at tended the commencement exercises at the Normal. Wm. Wiley, of -Cornelia, went to El Dorado Springs Jast week in the hope, of improving his health, 'which has been de clining for several months. Miss Alice B. Cliceis at home to spend her vacition with frins in this ti:v. She is instructor in literature aud s fences in the Marionville collegiate 'ntitute, Marionville, Lawrence county, Mo. Mis Alice Durbin. who has ben vis iting friends in this city, rttu-ned to her home in GirarJ, Kansas, Thursday morning. M'ss Ard:e Bbkemore returned home Messrs. Jck and Al Dunn, brothers of from Lextrgtju Wedns lav uighr, where 1'roi. in. uunn, ruve returned home sien s been attendttg school fn m a four or five vears rrsideoce in the f r West Thf v will viiii fritnds and rel t vei in va-iotts p rts of the state, and may locate here permanenly. SPRINGFIELD. Mrs. E. C. Parker, cf Cabool, is in the c ty visiting fr:enris. Miss Jennie Lathermm, of Yalpa- -,dn,,t luv residing rai o, Indiana, is in the citv on a vhit to urned to spend a li-r sister, Mb. AHen Dalrvmple. PIDS Wllh her aughu -XT' T t rai Mr. Dan Donahav. son of the late toted (o tractor, Aithur Dtrnahay, is in the cuy. accunip tnled by his wile. Mrs. W. D. C:ruthers, who lns been visii'ng friends ai d. re'a ive- iu O. io and Ind- Miss Mollt e Findlev, one of ti e popu htr teachrs in the Third wr-i school ha aone to Arkansas to spend the summer. Mrs. J. K. Newion has gone to Es: rnns eeon a few weeks' visit 'orel.tives ml Jriinds. She is accompanied bv her iku irer Stella. J lice was quit an eniovable euchre pirty last Tuesday evening at the residence of Mr. Le-t Forgt, on Miu stret. Qnite a numher of young people were m aite. d- :.uce M"s? Alice Lilley, M:ss Hthn Hayes and Miss Clara Hajes went to Ash Grve Thursday nfcmirg to att-nl the com ni nt-ement exercises of the Ash Grove t oi ege. Mrs. AV. Ch-.se and Mis Emma Ash- nnr, of Biltimore, Md , are visiting Mrs. D.vd Powell, of this city. Mis. Chase .s a is er to Mrs. Powell whom she had not sen for 2S ytas previous to this visit. Miss Mary L. Hughes, mi accomplished y tins ladv oi Alma, Kansas, dausr iter ot Or Hut.e , t f that pi ce, is in the cit? on a v:sit to Miss Mattie Pee'd-s. oi tie Cen tral hot'l Miss Hughes is local editor of the paper in the city where she lives. Col. J. G. pi wbill, who r presented the i r Si of this city on the editorial excur sion from Columbia to the lakes of the nortV returned home Wt due d v. He w ts 3ccau.pat.ied by Mrs. Newhill. an! is :n cli.ad t giow elcquent in expatiating up nu v e pleasures ot tiie trip. MARSHALL. .u ss iuome .uoore, ot atssnmez, is in he t ity vi5imi:4 relatives. Miss Diisy Potter returned Wednss- ay eveni? g from S:. Luis. MhsEola Kitchen, of Fatrville reish- bjr.n.od, is the gues: ot Miss Xannie S av. Mrs. L. Hunter. Sam'I, and Mamie t.T . . 1 .. . , iniuttr. oi j!iimwoou. are ViSiunir in iha citr. Dr. Glover and wife of S eiometz, Howard cjunty, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs J. C. Manle. Miss Eina Sauflev, of Miami, returned Wednesday evening from Lexins on. where the has been aitendioff ch ol. .Misura lUarmnduKe, alter a pro tracted visit to her sister, Mrs. J. W. Mill er, oi Woodford countv Kv., has returned. TIPTON. g stiiool the p.st year. Mi-s Lura Owen attended the clr s:n; exercises of the KirKsvtl e formal c ioo', in which ir-sti ution her sister, Miss Ermie hoi Is au important position. After a long absence from Clinton, her old home, Mrs. Ladue. wife of Hn. Josh at Milwaukee, has a mortn. Mie is stop- hter, Mrs. Mo s Cjlt. rz Tr,... t i r. iuiss xvd.e juan- ops r.iurnei alter an absence of teveral mo itbs After ace n panying h:r mother to he !New OrLans expositiou she paid a visit to relatives nd friends at her old home, Southwest Mii scuri. Kev. F. Menefee, pistor of the Baptis church, arrivpd iu Cliuton Thursday morn ing from Baltimore. Ladies cf the Bapt st cnurch g ve th- bride and groom a recep ion a the church Friday evening. Mem bers of the church, con. n-gation and frir ids of the ps or and his 1 dies were prr sent. RICH HILL. Mis? Lola Alltn is visiting in Lesing on, Mo. Mrs. C, A. Sc :tt and children are at home this week after a protracted stay at Oaeola. The soti-1 ot Mrs. Neat's residence on Thursday nijjht last week, was an enjoy able affair. Mrs. Eo'iert AUen aUendel the comt meucimer.t ot the Uottev SisUr Siminnrv. at Nevada Ian wek. Mrs. John P. vne leaves Thursdav for Carthjge. ou a three weeks' visit anion? rel tiv-s and fri.-ndi. -Mrs. Wieman left Wednesdav.m ,rninr oia tlinem nth,' visit to iclatives and Inends at Irving, Ks. iMrs. W. S. Hill and visiting in St. Louis. Mr. don to spend Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Lindav. rf th vicinitv of Prescit', Ks., were in tue city, the guest t f Mrs. Drll Cobb, Un week. Mr, E. E. Kellosrs save a lawn Dartv at his handsome res dedce last week, which proved to he very enjoy-tble. Miss Clara A Kuhn and Mr. Thorn a Johnson, Miss Elida Kunn and Mr. Hery vx. opratvtr were mr led i st Inursday evenni;;. RICHMOND. Miss Gertie Haoiacher is visitlns: rela lives and friends in De Witt. Mo. Mrs. Emma Corum left Tuurs lav for Colora;o, whe.e she will hp nl the summer. Misses Mollie Mcsby and Allie Da- vall and Mr. James Mosby are Visiting friends in Liberty. Miss Hattie Hill, one of Norborne's fascinating and accompli-hed bellts, ia in our city, the guest of Miss Maggie Hughes. Prof. S. M. Boyer and familv. who have spent a month pUasautrv in Mtndon. 1 1.. returned home Tuesday. Mrs. W. K. McKoberts and her es- children are Hill will go H. H. Miler and wife, Bunceton. were timable daughter, Mtss Maude E. Walling, ia Ti j ton Tuesday. -Miss A. L. Whitlow, of Boonvilles was ? -; tTT , in iip-ou, vvecn suay. Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, of Svracuse. wire in Upton luesd.'-y. M'ss E la Osborn, of Leroy, Kansas, .s vis.-i: cr tue lisss ilo well. Miis Suste TowsUy is visitinz friends u u oer c-unty, near Btthlehem. Miss Edna Wcods, of Versailles, who visited Miss Grace Tooley, returned home lu cd ay. The next sccul, under the auspices of l ir r T -r - i , . iue xjauiea nome Aissionary 5oicj.ty oi the I marsnaii, nas bien Presbyterian church, will be given at the some time at Eich Hill. t 1. . .r. - t- I cuurcnonnext lueeaiy evening, June 10. A. H. Eandall and w,f nf -Miss Nora Parrish, of Bunceton. is were the fir.-t nuesui to recrister at the "Snn ih- tne guest oi me iamny oi J.jK. Allison. Miss Nora attended the comm n cement ex- erc.ses ana entertainments civen bv the Cl4rksburg schools. CALIFORNIA. Mrs. Jas. E. ILizdl returned Monday irjm an exienueu visit to relatives and iriends in Oaio. who h ve been to Galesbure. II... returned home Tufsiay night. A pleasant affair came off at the resi dence of C:pt. Jas L. Farris Wednesday eve, the m. magi of Chas. B. McCoy, of Indep-rd -rce, anil Mts3 Cirrie, daaghter of Eev. Dr, Boude. A number cf friends graced thz occasion by their presence and everything went off a3 pleasantly as a mar ri ge bell. The happy pair left on the even mg tram .'or a tour ot the lakes, carrvinsr wiia item me weit wwnes ot an. EL DORADO SPRINGS. Mrs J. H. Nichols, wife of our deputy . L . 1 1 k L : i . p relatives iur visiting em,' Wilson's new hotel on Hickory street. Abraham Phillips and wife, who are summering at the Springs, are off on a visit to Lartnage, Kansas City and intermediate points, lhey wi.l return next week. E. D. McMs-sters, of Salem. Oreeon. with his mother, Mrs. E McMasters, and his aunt, Mrs. K. Hathaway, the two lafer M.rs. Simon Cronin, who ha? betn vis- Lincoln, 111., are hete for the summer. iting friends in Jacksonville, Dlinois, re turned norae Monday Mi-s Alice Durbin, who has been visit- in? Iriends m this city lor the p ist week. leit lor ner nome in Uirard, liansis, Iucs d -v. Mrs. Wm, Apperson, of Dalla?, Texrs. is vi iung tne iamuy oi ner brother-m law L B. Apperson, of this city. She will spared the summer here. Miss Mollie Huddleston, Mrs. William E. Brinkerhoff. aecom- 1 anied by her four daughters. Mrs Geo. P. Cunningham and Mrs. E. B. Jacob?, all of Carthage, Mo., arrived in the city on Saturday last week. M. D. L. Co'.tingham and wife, of Par sons, Kausas, cousins of our p.puiar post master, are drinking: of the health ivino- water. Mr. C. arrived Wednesday his wife has been here Si?en or eight days. Mis. S. H. Smith and Miss May Wil son, oi U.ceola. came over to the hnrincr X ty nn.mv in n . n ! 1 I J t 1 of Linn. US le COUntV. and Mrs Minni? P nmmpp L KI tp i . 0 , ; , .u iuuuuaj, iu iciumu awane, ana annK tropi near Elston, Cole county, nave been of the healtbrgiving water. "W. E. Lilley, vrsitmg Airs. Lou Isom for the oast ten whr mi ,rrroi th tnA;ao of , t?i r a 1 1 aas . House, and leturned home on Wednesday. A party of yourg folks spent a very G. T. Hardcastle and family, of 8e pleasant and enjoyable time at the resi- dalia, registered at the Grand Central the dence of Mr. Lou Isom, Wednesdav even- nrt of the week, and will remain the in?, in honor of Miss Minnie Piummer, greater part of the summer drinking of the health giving water. Mr. H. has been here belore, and his observation has convinced him of tae virtues of the famous waters. OTTER VILLE. Mr. brankKoontz has located in Ot- terville. Mr 0. Anson will leave in a few davs ior lowa. The cool nights have opened the i oiler rins agrtin. Ed Marsh visited his friends iu Tir ton tms wees. Mrs. Sadie Alexander, of Lamar. visiting ner latner-m-iaw. Dr. Eugene Rice and wife, of Butler. are risuiog me iamny ouudge Ularfce. Mis3 Eva Sanders went to 8u Louis for a lew w:eRs' visit last Thnrsdav mnm mg. T O r-.l T7- . Y . . -Hiiro iuc, ux. wouimuu, vxiio. a erau rioonviiie. are visiting ner lather m t i- rn & i i ' - i o ' t a "aw i vui.itv ui cvuuvi, ia stoDnin an jj. otarRe. Mrs. 5 urge's. s a visitor m our city. BUTLER. Miss Cassidy returned from Liberty mesa ay njgnc Miss McGhee, of Illinois, is visitino reiauve3 in mis city. Mifs Belle Davis is home after a four months7 visit in Illinois, Miss Salhe Abell and friend. Mfce ureen, oi Jbamar, are visiting Miss A' relatives. r- x -m t - juus juvu j&verinfcnam eradnated at Lexington last Wednesday and reached nome inursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Allen left Mnndav for Oregon where they will remain & year, hoping to benefit Mr. A's. health. CLINTON. Mus Nellie Garth and Mhrs MsppIp e.i ti . j r. - - co oaimon.nvereturnea irom Uolumbia. Ohio, a ei stopping C Miss Annie Weidemeyer left Thursday to make a visit to her sister, Mrs. Lee. at tit r- " mr asnmgian, jjiaiana. Miss Donnie Mcore, who has beri at tending chool.&t Colombia, arrived in the aiy tut ueanesaay nigut. Miss Mamie-Eoberts and Mis3 Macrsie Bccktel, of Tipton, are visitine Miss Mag gie Newman. Quite a number of our little folks a- isembledat the residence of Dr. Saunders last Wednesday afternoon, it beimrthe sixth birthday of his little grandson, Allie. Eefreshmen's of cike, berrte3 and cream, were served, games wre indulged in and all seemed to enjy themselves hugely. Some very nica presents were received by the young host StEXICO. Miss Blanche Quisenbury, ofSantar Feis visiting in town. Mbs Jennie Karnes, of Centralia, is the guest o Miss Ne:tie Larue. Miss Pinkie Henson, of Martinsburg, is the guest of friends here. Miss Mattie Hrt, Vandalia, is the guest of Miss Jessie Richards. Mis Mary Hirri, of Fulton, is visiting Mrs. Judge G. B. McFar-ane. Mi -8 Animla Schultz, of Perry, is the gu -:t of M?ss Jessie Richards. Mrs. A. Robe-tsm'snd little daughter are vi&Hng friends ia Huntsville. Mrs. Salle-,, of MuCredie, is visiting her parent--, Mr. and Mrs. T. B Hitt. Mrs. Morse, of Marshall, is visiting herdaughtrr Miss Lulu, at the college. Miss Calli- Havkins, ef B wling Greeo, i3 thegtust of Mrs. Gaorge M. GilL Mrs. R. W. Herroi and daughier, Miss Belie, have returned from Columbia. Mis Josie Alexander, of St. Charley is visiting relatives and friends in the city. Miss Anna Belle Taylo-, class 'S3 Har din codege, is the guest of MiS3 Annie Hay don. Misses Idi and Ada Etish, of Fulton, are guests of the family of William Pol lock. Miss Delia G tletp, of Jefferson City, will hi the gu st of Mr. Bob Hisey this wet k. Mrs. F. M. Brown, of Jrffrson City, ia visit.n her pa:en.s, Mr and Mrs. W. L. French. Miss Mary Turn r, Centralia, class '84 Hardiu college, is the gaefct of friends ia this city. Mr. and Mrs. Br:ughon, of Paris, who have betn v's-ting friends ia this city, have returned heme. Miss Etta Ro-s has returned from Pent sylvani , where she has been for the part Seven months. Mis. 0. R. Waite who has been con fired 1 1 her ro m Jor several days past, is reported convalesc nt. Mrs. Payne, of Nevada City, Nevada, is Visiting her daughter, Miss Annie, stu dent at Hardin collrge. Mr. acd Mrs. Thomas Borkhead, of Meberly, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Sett'e, South Mexc Horrid, yes, it i?, that we must suffer from d se se, but from he trt disease, ner vousaess and sleeplessness, Dr. Graves Heart Rgulator will give you immediate relief; thousands say so. $1. perbottle at druggists. Hotel Dead Beats. Sedaua, June, 10th, 1885. Editor Bazoo : Bi kini enough to give the law enacted at the last legitlature in regard to hotel deadbe-ts; also concerning the removing of trunks before the bill of the owner is settled, and oblige Subscriber. THE LAT7. ySECnoN 1. Every person who shall ob tain board or lodging in any hotel or boarding bouee by means of any trick or deception or fa'se or frau lulent represen tation or s atement or preene, and fail or refuse to pa? therefo-, shall be held to have obtained the s me with the intent to cheat and defraud such hotl or bearding house kptpr, and shall be dtetned guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall upon con viction thei of shall be punished by a fine not exceeding five hundred do lars, or by imprisonment in the county jail or city, work-house not excf eding six "months, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Section 2. It shall be the duty of every hotel and bonding house keeper in this slate to pest a primed copy of this act in a conspicuous place in each room of his or her hotel or boarding house, and no con viction shall be had under the foregoing section until it shall be made to appear to the batisfac ion of the court that the pro visious of this section have been substan tially complied with by the hotel or board ing house kf per nuking the complaint." Landlords wll do welll to comply with, the requirement of the above law." Cards with the above printed on the same in good size type, suitable for posting in rooms can. be had for SI rer 100, or less number by addressing J. "West Goodwin, Sedalia, Mo, The Huckleberry Cordial. For a long time it was thought that the huckleberry wa3 only for table use, but it was known during the late war in the shape of a cordial it was superior to the blackberry. Dr. Biggers Huckleberrv Cor dial is the GREAT SOUTHERN REvf EDY for restoring the little one from the effects of teething; and cures Diarrhoea, Dysentery and all bowel affVctions. For sale by all druggist 0 cents a bottle. Commercial Travelers And the general traTeling public will find the most excellent accommodation at the Keeney house, Cole Camp, Mo. The table is supplied with the bet the market af fords Comfortable, airy rooms, convenient to businf s, and the best place to Sunday over between Sedalia and Warsaw. 5 31d3m E. A. Faulkner, Prop. IfYouWisli a Perfect Fit In any style of spectacles, cdl on the optician at Taylor's jewelry store to-day, price from ten cents a pair up. The "Bazoois the only paper in Sedalia receiving Associated Press dispatches Weigel & EZolin, Successors to John Burkhart, are ready for business. They are here t stav and seet your trade. 6-13d2t Ice.' Families wishing ice will leave orders at D. H. Smith's hardware store, corner Ohio- aiiU 1UU1U BUJ. UKXSTAJj XGM. tJO, 5-Sldtf $250000 ZZaetzzzr- 4-1 9ttlyr F. Houaroif, room 8Porier blk.