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fHE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JULY 13.188C.
1 J SEDALIA BAZOO feS TVr f" aim uie c-inses iu iuc wiuu. PuMiihw: J. WEST GOODWIN. 2 50 1 OO IS TEKXS OF SUBSCRIPTION S Da.tjv. inrlndfne Snnflnr. twr vMir .A Saeday edltior jer yenr Weealy. 52 nun.bers per year Dally, delivered, per Meek Kl DEALCKS Eegrilarly aupplcd at 21 - rents per copy. All f Kbscriptious payable iu advance, and diacoctiuued at the end'of time paid for. BOW TO 8 F.N I) MONEY. Remittances may be made by draft, money order or registered letter, at our risk. (Jive postoffiee address fa full, including state aud county, and address j. west oooowra, Pfdaua, Mo. Tne campaign liar is abroad, and is engaged on the Versailles Gazette and Howard county Advertiser. Scat ! Heard is trying to solve the prob lem, how much money he can get from the public treasury, and how little work he can do lor his constituents. He i at this time, ranting over Boone, Howard and Saline counties. Democratic candidates for the Leg islature in Missouri this year will do well tu keep an eye on the temperance wave which has teen set in motion by the renewal of the liquor licenses The indications are that it is not going to be easy to straddle this question in the pending cainpaigu, aud that a good many anti-saloon Democrats are sharpening their pencils to scratch the names of vote-seekers who shall try to carry a gourd of spring water on one shoulder and a jug of whisky on the other. Chicago has ordered a law and or der league, the main idea of which is to furnish support to the police force in case of riots or Anarchist uprisings, with the police backed up mined and law-abiding citiz ns, the thugs, thieves and hoodlums who sail under the name of Socialists wiil crawl into their holes like the ground hog and make themselves exceedingly scarce. Chicago is determined to have no more Haymarket horrors, or in case she does to teach the turbulent element of her population a lesson that it will never forget. The story has been started in London that the knives used iu the assassination of Cavendish and Burke, in Pho aix Park, Dublin, four years ago, were purchased with the money of the Eng lish branch of the Irish National League and that they were t ansm it tea irom London to Dublin with the full knowledege and privacy of Frank Byrne, Secretary, and Patrick Eagan, then treasurer of the League. The extremely circumstantial account given of the occurence should make it easy for the League to prove the charge unfounded. Chivalrous Gen- Joe J hnston Carp in C:eelan Leader A slender, white-whi?kered brave eyed man sat near the fare box it the upper end of an F. street car this afternoon. He wore a high white Derby hat upon his head, and his clothes were ot black broadcloth. A high Henry Clay collar grasped his neck, and a pair of black-rimmed spec tacles hung by a string upon his vest. He was chatting to a lady at his side, and bis black eyes spark 'ed, and a most winning smile beamed over his weather-beaten face as the co vena tion went on. The car stopped, and I was surprised to see him jump to his feet and walk rapidly to the door. As my eves followed him they rested upon a little fair-taced hunchback on crutches who was trying to get into the car She had the face of a child aud the body of a mature woman, but that body coutorted and twisted and dwarfed out of all human proportion. I saw this slender, gray-whiskered, bronzed-face, dark-evad man bend over her aud ask her where she wanted to tro. She told him and her face lighted up as he assured her that this was the right one. Then addr- ssiug he her with as much courtesy as though she had been the President's bride, he aske-1 her if he might not help her in to the car. She thanked him and, putting his hands undr her arms, he lifted her up the steps and placed her crutches beside her. He tipped his hat and then resumed his seat and conversation. This old gen leman ft Gen. Joe Johnston, the great Con federate leader. Seventy-niue years 11, he was double the age of any man in the car. His eyes were the first to see the trouble of the little hunch back, and his iron muscles were the first to co e to her assistance. He did this kindness as though it were nothing, and as I saw tue unassum ing way in which he bore himself I could not help taiakiu of the ol verse: The bravest are the tendere-t. The loving are the daring. Paralyzing an Editor. New Orleaus states : There M a man in Cleveland, Ohio an ex uberant young fellow ho believes rdmself to be an eighty-ton gun. but whose calibre in realitv is not much larger than that of a tv pistol. Not long ago a young lady graduated at a college in a neighboring town, and read an essay in which sue took -ceas-ion to criticise the manner in which the average male specimen is wont to grumble about tne domestic quannca tions of the women of the present day, and she took mankind by tbe ear and rubbed him with a rough file. The aspiring and youthful journalist saw an opportunity to say what he firmly believed would be something intensely humorous and smart, and in a frolicsome way wagered a first-class summer hat that the young lady could not bake a loaf of bread. A few davs after his article appeared the managing editor receiv ed a box by express containing gey-, i i - l - i a . i . .a j erai loaves oi nice Drvau, ana an arena vit from the voting lady properly at narchist Parsons declares that the c u are identical with 7 - T" ; . u1 total hy ft noi.17 tint sbe had mi those of the Knight? of Labor, And he I and ygrf tQt? y&i together with produces prooi to sustain tnis assertion. This proof is contained iu the declara tion of principles recently adopted by the Knights f their Convention, pre sumably the one held iii Cleveland. The anarchist, in this instance, makes out a pretty strong indictment against u,e "u "77 . ' . , The managing editor, however, tuld jure them perhaps- But m bringing . f feUow that he haa foolishly the Knights down to his level he does j committed the imper, and having lost a copy of the paper containing the aager of the tunny young man. ine managing editor showed him the bread and the affidavit, and the smile whieh constantly played over his care worn features as he revamped old iokes auicklv changed into a frighten ed sure, and in gieat confusion he j pxnlained that it was lust a little joKe. . i not help his case to any appreciable extent. The thinking, sensible peo ple of this, country are not going to tolerate any socialistic drivel, wheth er put forth by Most, Parsons or Powderly. In a speech at Liverp ol on Monday, Gladstone avowed extreme Democrat ic sentiments, which, had they been heard but ten years ago from the lips of a Prime Minister, would have sent Great Britian into convulsions with fear. He reminded his audience that 'home rule was a question of classes against the masses' 4 The liberal party," he said, was a ruler not sup- the wager would have to pay it out ot his own pocket, and he did. He bought a hat tuil of feathers that looked as if it had been shaped with a sledge-hammer, and when the bill came in for $20, the full amount of his weekly stipend, he swooned, and the office boy had to bathe his head for an hour with ice water tefoie he was fully restored. The brilliant little joke which he dashed ofl in a happy mood came back upon him and paralyzed him ere the joy caused by its birth had faded from his heart. It dried up the fountain of his sparkling humor. He is in debt to and has forfeited the es teem of his landlady, and now he boards at the cheese counter of a beer saloon, and his column of witty para graphs is as lonesome as a country ported bv Dukes, squires ,clergvmeu of the established church, officers of i graveyard. The dreadful truth that the army, and so forth. Wherever there was a hiehly-privileged publicly- endowed .profession most every member of that profession was an anti laberak But from the legal and med ical professions, which are uow open, the Liberals received a fair share of support The question was whether the masses were able, constitutionally, to overbear the classes, because it had always been shown that wherever truth, justice and humanity were con- he is not near so smart as he thought he was has dawned upon him, and he is sad. Dennis' Deal. Dennis Golden, who waa burned out setr eral weeks ago n East Sedalia, ha pur chased the old stand of Pat Slaven at the corner of third and Montgomery streets, where, as of old, the boys will delight to spin yarns with one of thejolheat Irishmen who ever stood behind s bar. Everybody knows Dennis and it is only necessary to announce his new location to assure him the same liberal patronage which has heretofore been accorded him. NOTICE Is hereby given that the following settle ment will be due at the August Term, 1886, Commencing on the Second Mon day, and the 19th day of said month, as follows : MONDAY, Al orsT 9t1I, 1. K. C. Boulden, adminbtrator in charge of estate E. O. Cheatham, annual settle ment. 'J. I'bas. V. Dellaven, gaurdian and curator in charge of estate V. A. and Kma lVHaven, annual settlement. 3. Robert and Latins Ewers, admini.tra tor in charge of estate G. W. Ewers, an nua, settlement. 4. T. B. Grtnstead executor in charge of estate J. C. Grinstead, final settlement. 5. Unas. Kiefer, guardian and curator in charge of estate Joseph Geimer, annual settlement. 6. James Calvert, guardian and curator in charge of estate Klizabet i A. Jones, annual settlement. 7. E. J. Smith, administrator in charge of estate Vu. Lowery, annual xeltle tn nt. 8. Elias Bixby. administrator in charge of estate Amanda M.Meyers, final settle menu 9. X. McFarland a lmiuistrator in charge of estate C. McFarland, animal seltle- meut. 10 J. F Crebs, guardian and curator in i large of estate CL E. Osgood, annual settlement. 11. J. E. Kecior, guardian and curator in charge of estate Minnie and Jas. A. Keeves, annual settlement. 12. B. F. Sieriin, guardian and curator iu charge ot estate Joseph V. Merlin, annnal settlement. 13. V. W. Taylor, administrator in charge ol estate Adaline aud Harlaud Summers, annual settlement. 14. J. K Ciopton, public administrator in charge of estate Allen Dial, annual set tlement. nmniAT, Anson ioth, 1886. 15. G. Wilkerson, administrator in charge of estate G. R. Smith, annual set tlement. 16. Adam lite!, guardian and curator in charge of estate Ira W Tesch, annual settlement. 17. A. P Morey, administrator in charge of estate Jno. W. T nomas, annual settle- roeit. 18. Juo. W. Goodfellow, administrator in charge ( f estate Luceus Gibbs, annual settlement. 19. J. K. Ciopton. public administrator in cuarge of state f. T. Davis, annual set tlement. 20. Harriet E. Hait, guardian and curalrtx in charge ot esta e Hart minors, annual settlement. 21. A. S. Miller, guardian and curator in charge of estate Miller minors, annual settlement. 22. Sarah F. vfosley. guardian and curatrix in charge of etite Elwin T. MosKy, annual settlement. 23. Elias Bixby, guardian and curator in charge of estate J. B. Meyer", final set tlement. 24. E la McC roiack, administratrix in charge of es ate W. EL McCjrmack, an nual settlement. 2o. Jos. F Patrick, administrator in charge ol estate Firmin Sebring, annual settle ment. 26. D-jra Firp itrick. administratrix in charge of estate J. M. Fitspatrick, an nual settlement. 27. A. P. Morey, a-lministrator in charge of estate Thorn is Pixton, annual settle ment. 28. N. V. (xo rell, executor in charge of estate J. II. Gorell. annual settlement. WEDNESDAY, AUOI HT llTH, l88i 29. Julius Watson, guardian and cura tor of estate Watson minors, annual settlement 30. Sarah Morris, guardian and curat i ix in charge of estate Morris minors, annnal settlement 31. A. P. Davis, guardian and curator in Charge of estate L. b,, h i. and C L. Davis, annual settement 32. Mary 8. Currao, executrix in charge of estate Jas. H. Curran, annual settlement 33. M. E. North ey. guardian and curator tu Charge of estate Martin McGuire. an nual settlement 34. Rebecca Murphy, guardian and cura trix in charge of estate M.A.,9. E. and M. E. Murphy, annual settlement Elias Laupheimer, guardian and cura tor in charge of estate Max Laupheimer, annual settlement 36. Geo. W. Smith, administrator in charge of estate Jno. GL Dillon, annual ettlement 37. J. M. LovUce, guardian and curator in charge of estate Nancy A. Lorlsce, annual settlement. 38 J. E. Ritchey, guardiau and curator, in charge of estate M. J. Rector, annual settlement 39. Margate. Wilson, administratrix, in charge of estate Brooks Wilson, annnal settlement 40. Irtrin T. Chappei. guardian and cura tor in charge of estate Lulu A. Chappei, annual settlement. 41. A. P. Morey, guardian and curator in charge of estate B. J. and W. E. Stolon, annual settlement. 42. Jno. E Rector, administrator in charge of estate Henry Rector, final settlement. THURSDAY, Auaun TJth, 1886. I I no. Conner, guardian and curator in charge of estate Jas., Jno. and D. Brean, annual settlement. 44. Elroy Codding guardian and curator in 1 t . . iT I k I I 1 mt. cnarge oi esi.ue rreu. aiwu, uuui set tlement. tt, Oliver York guardian and curator in charge of estate Charles Bnckner, annual aettleuient 40. N. J. French, guardiau and curat- r in charge of estate W. H. aad A. L. French, annu il ettlement. 47. F. S. Clair, almini-tra!or in charge of cMate Jno. H. Hogue, final settlement. 4- vV. K. Sterlin, guardian and curator in charge ertate Joseph Heffelfinger, annual m i k inent 49. J. J. Penquit, guardian and curator in charge of estate F. F. Arnold, final set tlement. 60. W. W. McDonough, guardian and cura toria charge of estate Simon McDonough, annual settlement 51. Rebecca Thatcher, guardian and cura tria in naarge oi estate Flavia M. Thatcher, annual settlement 52. Susan , Rail guardian and adminis tratrix in cnarge of estate Mary D. Bell, annual settlement. 53. C W. Lebo, guardian and curator in DaPRlCE'S CREAM BAKING POWD MA.UKETS BY TELECiKA' MOST PERFECT MADE M. No Aznmoaia, Lime or Aiam. "5 jHm CrATrtrRJN GRAPES FOR MMINC CREAM orTAPTAR ice's Cream BmcinwqcS for Infants and Children, "Caetoi te is so well adapted to children that I CastarU enrea Colie, Ooaatfpation. rocommend i; aa superior to any presenntioo I Sour 8tomach, Diarrtwsa, Eructattoo. Mia nunai, nwt If - - - to me ' W A ABrvn Iff T 111 So. Oxford 9s., Brooaia, N. Y. Without lajmioua medicadoa. Tam CBrTAra Coxrairr, 1SS Fulton Street, N. T. nonpy Market rv Toa. July 9J Mofc Oti call easy, at it to;tier ontj pRME PPEh-3iei:aau.f at 4rt3 per csi 1R.KLI' ka m Ach-L Dcbauett ; 14 fof 1 iav, aad $4 S3 tor demnu i. STorKsThetoul sals of tocks to day wt Hits f u MBNTS ruP. STATE BONI- (.it auJ firm. R A I LK ) A I 'S- QasSa T(JCK. Oeofd w ak. BooOa Xares9.... iii.. i inn 1 0J t omn. i i uj rourn-an i-a-oaiiff i i 9 t Miaaoun m mmm o Stocks loicao a Aitoa . i ti. a ) tmin-" mmm mmn t mwt - tm m uackawana .41 2J Erie LukeShor Misaoun Pacific 1 0,1 North western 1 M -., ....... ...... f . Reading i Bock Island .1 Lno:i Pacific vinn Weatsrn uoion Tetettrapo. t MsMBsl Market. Chh-am, J uly y 1 ue wneut market 'ooc a sharper and tiiore iu IcD f.ua : advated ytstTiiaf. Fetfiul was stror and he iurl beU the opeoiug ' . V. 1. Ml... I . ... m . . . .... . . A ... I owing a oontmuati. n ol t e dnnith report Th fir- nan, h.w. . er. ere at 621 c, f'Ut in I'tivringH wTr wioUtiate aud ii:-w ml ttiei.taniv ianter, as the M SMH to detlini Aus: i t iiudto S4H.. tlun r t.. ye, but Jew of r- jrr.-. or rain th selliL aam betai Timorous, large lint-.- t iopg .vtieat toiui a on ti mr -t and umier thi pr-s8uie the price hruke to !'' r a :u" d.-iin of P-.a e- rut fr ra tl uu:iie nguits of veaitrdaj. l ie redu tioa wd o severe as to put some vt th a!!er dealers a panic atd there wt-re miiufnuw forced saie-, 1 dui i 'ot au eabaustiou of the margins Tt iarve n.u?ea ma auitt-unv u;i;i MitinsFpaf othrr n mi p port t l b-i r-iill and bt-ar views.' J the atternooo. or :y curb, Auguct was quoted attain to v, but owing to a ront in nation of ti Jrouth reports corn and oats also broke off in syi pa;hv and t oth cioted kvk U- r cent !owe rwmslom were slo weak. nh iues pork ai .aid dec laiug ratu r -harj y 'Lil'K- Steady and unchanged v HEAT A'tive. ver un ettled at times, pi icky. olosin-c psr ent 1' wer than yesteraa .-ales ra' ged : July, TlJLsknr.c ci sed at Tli August, 7VSys'.c. c!oed at ..'Jac: Septeml c osed tt 5c; No 2 sp-ingf77i U..-,c. UK Fairly active and lower, c!oed itMV lo-w-r : ah, ibJi(iJTc : Juiv, SSfASTc, closed i4c; August. Ztm?K-; dosed at 37 15-16 , Sep teiuh r, V.'asj-loc c'osed Wc kATS Very active and geneiaily weaker, doa inrfsrarpiy ower ; ca a. :.c : July. ;ilc. etc at )c; August, 2'.(a:H)Vc, ct.ed at c; septei Wri&Mtyg:. dosed at 3iHo. RYE-Firm. No. 2, 60c. BARLEY nti ely nominil. FLAXSEED-Steady. "o 1.11 10 MS PDBJL-Fairly actiT-. The msrkt opeued 10 pr cent lower, declined 2 rer cent itioasl, rallied 10 per cen det.ined 209'iSc anj C.O'el stea-Jy ai .uaide b 'urew i.a h, f AaauBt. 19 60,410 Oo.d' sed at '.9 n09 71 ; Sei teiuer. t9 T'10 IS, losed at i9 75 77H- LAULf Ujoed eRy, 2;'5 per cei t 1 er, d Cmed 12ty915 per ct addit'onal and cioea y adh, ft JTat) 30; August. IS 9 Xr, CiV 5 ivvrae W : September jo 476 bo. WHISKEY -Steady at ft 14. BUTTER Ruled stesdy i resmer, 12 JI' dairy. MSle. hli .S I'.KSli!. Receipu Flour. 16.' 0 banels ; wheat, 22,( lubela: c n. 3SO.0' bushels: oaU. 64,0l busbe s rve. 3, M Lushds. bailey, 3.00U b. sneu Shiprr.ents riour, 5,nWi barrels; vbmt, JO bushels ; con, y. t)" 0 bushels: oats. 4.3 bust els; rye, bushds ; barley, l."'J0 tiohels. charge of estate Rar H. Tebo, annua! sett lenient. 54. G. V. K imp, admin:.9trator in charge V i ' S .at oi estate tvetnp, annual setuetnent. ""). Frank Haight, guarJi in and curator e w- srv ww i . m vutrjce oies'aie r. v. tiaignt, annual settlement. 56. V. ff. Winfrey, guardian and curator in charge of estate Winfrey minors, an nual settlement. FRIDAY, 13tii, 1SS6. 57. (ieo. Cummings and J. MrLellan, ad ministratuis in charge of estate T. J. ( n turnings, annual settlement. 58. Jno. H pkins guardian and curatur of estate S. an J S. Hopkins, annual settle ment 59. Mathias Shebble guardian and curator in cliarge of estate H. . C Shebble, an nual settlement. GO. Obediah McCable gua.-dian and cura tor in charge estate Jas. McCabe, annual 61. K. CL Sneed, administrator in charge of estate W. W. Cecil, annual settlement. 62. Juda Mercer, guardian and curatrix in charge of estate Allen ti. Mercer, an nual settlement. 63. Wm. Kodecker, guardian and curator in charge of estate Minnie li Duff, an nual settlenienl 64. R. W. Warrens guardian and curator in harge of estate B. Fr Era and E. J. Wright annual ettlement. ' 65. B F. Sterlin, guardian and curator in charge ot esute Allen ana nauison dter lin, annual settlement. 66. A. P. Morey, administrator in charge of estate S. H. Wilcox, final settlement. 67. Martha Luking, administratrix in charae of estate Herman Luking, final settlement. 68. Sol. J. Ravburn, guardian and curator in charge of estate Rayburn ninor, final settlement. 69. Jno. Holtsman, guardian and curator in charge of estate GL A Holtsman, final settlement 70. Jno. 8. Banks, guardian and curator in charge of estate E. B. .McClure, final set tlenfrnt 71. Frank Houston, administrator in charge of estate E Y. Brown, annnal r-. ur. un as- 1 72. Frank Lionherger, administrator in charge of estate Maggie Baacom, hnal settlement. 73. Mary N. Cox, Guardian aad curatrix in charge of estate Jno. and Silas Cox, annual settlement. 74. A. P. Morer,' administrator in charge of estate B. F. Dean. D. H. Ohi, Judge and Ex -Officio Clark of Probate Court. 7-13w-4t. Benson's Capcine Plasters are easily first, no matter what may come next. J. T. Mac ma lion, N. Y. ORDEB OF Pl'BLICATIoy. Statc of Missouri, County of Pettis. J In the Probate Court for the County of Petti , Missouri, May term, 1S86. George Duncan Admj. I f of James Yett, deceased, i George Duncan, Administrator of James Yett, deceased, presents to the Court his petition, praying for an order for the sale of to much of the real estate of said deceased as will pay and satisfy the re maining debts due by said estate, and yet unpaid for want of sufficient assets, accom panied by the accounts, lists, and inven tories required by law in such case, on ex amination whereof it is ordered, that all per sons interested in the estate of said deceased be otitied that application as aforesaid has been made, and that unless the contrary be shown on or before the first day of the next term of thisCoort, to be held on the second Monday ef August next, an order will be made lor the sale of the whole, or so much of the real estate of said deceased as will be sufficient for the payment of said debts ; and it is further oi at red, that this notice be published in the Sedalia V kkk ly Bazoo, a newspaper in this State lor four weeks before the next term of this court. State of Missouri, I County ot Pettis. I, D. H. O'rear, Judge of the Probate Court, held in and for said County, hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of the original Older of Publication therein referred to, as the same appears of record in my otfice. Witueas my haid, and seal of said Court. Done at office in Sedalia in said County, this 13th day SAL j ofMay,lS86. D. H.O'rear, 7-13-w-4t. Judge and ex-otbcio clerk. St. Loom Maris et. ST. LOCI3, Jul 5. FLOUR Wn'm aai ucchaneii. H fc. A l err active bLd . wrr. i ne tuj' it ODeneJ eae ana .ai-i per cent. oM off Urforl :he nin call, i er cent, closing at .J1 pr ceo ur.iler v-Tferiiv. . 2 red. cah, "V; AuiiusC "Va V sedar ."Hie: .-Hrv,u;-er. s ro.S3-..c clusiog a S-gc . U toler. SHy&'r t oinj ai S-Sc CUR" DlI., weak an i pei cuit. lower No 2 ruij'd, cash. :s.t4c : oitur. xi&Hfttl cUisinz at Z4bLc : aei-temher. 3oi3;c, cio,ai at 3 OA j Very dull and weaa. closing 1;8 per cen iower than yesterdar. o. ui:ieu, vaao. August 25c : Jsptesnwr, -c RYE ominal Vie. BRJLEV No market. LEAP Pull and unch 3Wd cheniiealiy hardeoed, 4 oo. Ht'Tl KK Fa rly active and tirni l.Ko : dainr. V '5c. aot-E sy ; sc. WHISKY' Wak tl (5 Z. PORK ' &Su p r cent lower : at $10 .5 10 301 LA Rl 15 per cent lower : tfi l. ReceiDts Hour 4.0S barrels; wheat. 122 '.Miahfra : i..n . 17.000 Scsheis . oU. bush I els : rTe. bushels : barley. bushels ;himniits Flar. 6.000 barre s : wheat. 1,C bus els : eom 14 USU rjuabs'a ; oats, 7.000 bushels re, bushel ; barley, bushels. Refined, 4 70 Cref meryl t Loals Laws IMsjeta ar tteu St. Loots. July 9. i-aTTI K HnosiPta. 1JW0 ; hiwaent. WOi Market m nw mi Muter dHcsl Goot to Choi .hinmnv B4 TO'Bv.i 10: mmSMo to fswr. f4 1 v- h2thr4' trn. 50 4 20 : cows nd hetN r. 'WS SO: tnror.sh Tezans. fi 4 36 J HX4S KrriDta. S.hiO : nipmeots, oOOj Virkvf .1 it. rlnainx 10 oer cent. !owe and be; beary weighta, $4 5$ 0": toiaed, A A4i ' .,t S4 tutfetA tit). HKEe-Kn-eiDta. U0 : ahiprnents, 400. Mas1 ket slow, ft 253 25 rhieMfxo Ltf Stoeh. Chicaro. July 9. Tk. itmtt' iatirnai rsnore : CATTLE Receipts, 7.W; shnrrnts, 3,i Market s eady but very low. .-hipping steers, k.nai VK) Dm. tX 7:5 20; stockfrs nd feedersJ SMkA 10 : cows, bulls and mixed, ft 75b3 75 bulk. S2 40a3 10: thnuigh Texas cattle, 15. Mrrnt i..-.vr. S0s4 : inferior cows, T a HiXf Receipts, 26,000 . hipmenu. 5,fOW. Market slow and l0per cent lowe-. Kough snc mixed, 4 A iO 4UFF-RMtDtii. 4 00 : shipments. Mar ket ery weak. Native. fS 0X4 : Texsns. fl 50?s3 00; iambs, per hta. fl 03 -o. ret 31'w ana (sjiuper cei ww-. wurd uv xed, 4 5"a4 5 : packing and snipping. 14 75 96 j light weight?, 4 S0J4 90; skips. 12 75J Notice of Final Settlement. Notice is henhy given that the nnderstgned administrator of the esute oi Peter Boden, deceased will make final settleiaent of his accounts with said estate as such ad ministrator at the next term of the Pro bate Court of Pettis County, Missouri, to be holden at fedalia, in said county, on the 9th day of August, A. D. 1886. J. R. Cloptox, Public Ad mioistrator. 7-13w-4t. Perfect Sight As thousands can testify, there is aothina to much to be desired as perfect sight and perfect sight cam only be obtained by usna perfect roeetaekw. C. Q. Taylor, our boat optician exeaewea great aktii aad patience in fitting those needing spectacles with cart and con fort to the wearer. 12-1 litL r cREAitr 1 SPECIAL j 1 ftAVORINc 1 PUREST AND I Mi STRONGEST I NATURAL FRUIT I ml FLAVOWS. MOST PERFE0T MAD ' 4 ' X Wt I u. ii. . k A Prepared with strict ravsrd to Purity. Stremrth svnd UsaJttrfalnesa. Dr. Price s BaJuaa Powder coata&a no Ammonia. Lime or Atom. Dr. Price's Kxtracta, yaaiila. Lomoa. Oraocsx etc . favor aeucsouajy. mCf BAKtMC POWOift Ca Chicaco.mo Sr. 1