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7k WxiEElJl BAZOO. TUESDAY, JULY 27. 1886.
SEDALIA BAZOO Publisher: J. WEST GOODWIN. A Petl H TEBMS OF SI BM RIPTION ; fr it Wf a polisl tlexl di family, meniioi those y of what The has i's skeletoi form B h&ppiw Jri: e sha-ie t vivify I life e u biliti accese Id tl there youngt up intc life mm was when t soldier into fe known Daily, including Sunday, per year C Sunday editior per year 2 50 Weekly. IS ninntyers, per year - 1 OO Daily, delivered, i-r week la MM DEALEE3 Eegularly suppled at 21 z rente per copy. All subscriptions payable in advance, and discontinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO SEND MONEY. Remittances may be made by draft, money order or registered letter, at our risk. Give postoffice address in full, including state and county, and address j. west oooDwnr, Seda.ua, Mo. Feeding a girl on ice cream ii a cold way to make love The average temperance address is nothing but a water spout. Hot weather sermons should be wit ty because brivity is the soul of wit. Counter irritants are ladies who are always lookiDg at, but who never buy goods. Operatic music in churches is the fashionable peculiarity of modern re ligion. The inappropriateness of things never occurs to a girl who ties up her silk stockings with a pair of her broth er's old suspenders. Next to being a ballet girl with al- tle Vii reviated skirts in such weather as this, the we who would t want to V an atilfieifJ angel with gauze mmp If that Molly Magi lire wh did all he could to "save bis -oul" mmt Una, there's a screw Itttc -omev, iiere in :he atoning graces of tlo halter. There are two niliioa and :i hail' of the q spinsters in great iuitain If Brig. knows v 1 1 i: ; ..i . , uaui luuug nau nvri iij ut :t i count rv what a corner he c il 1 Lave got up in wives. and in gethei recogi there The Payne case ha? at last been dis posed of in the senate, but it has been disposed of in a manner that will anj t neither satisfy the people of Ohio or wapd? the county, and in a way that must r foa. forever leave upon Mr. Payne's rec- when r(' a Stan 8U8Pcon- A man killed himself in Pittsburg, as thi for DO otner rea80D than that he re and fcsembled President Cleveland. This prairiwill probably cause Mrs. Frankie brighFolsom Cleveland to think she is not the woman of taste she has heretofore wa ner8elf on being, but then she a . it mapaw "im through her mother's gpecta brigbles, and these had a remarkable fo- fola ?us P: oaml t, . ; ; English justice is not exactly after ..he American fashion. In the Dilke tftrrawford case tne man has been was ouni uilt7 48 well as the woman. In fonemerica, there is a vivid mpmnrv nt tnj woman, under similar circumstan ce having been found guilty, and misf man WD0 was given a rge increase love; tClai7 because of his saintly inno- devtnce Jo right minded people, the upjbglish rerditC wil1 aPll for ap-likV0Val- versTbe rePrts that come to this coun cil J the doings of Sartoris, the hus- cour w ciiic urani, are not oi a altyinre U) encourage an international tnmoDial boom between this coun-l Sf EnylanM Aa i 1 j 1 ill. r-i - . . a ill iiniy i llt a 5nn irirL a? ! I i i ,. fluien. xjukjuhj uuae r j flat iauure--pt. Iouis Chronicle. gleis; but when it is considered jrett nearly all rich American girls -Acrazy after a title, it would seem tmfc the husband's part of the con rest t cuts a very small figure. ansas City has decided that her jnt?raph wires must go underground. ; may doubtless work anjexpensive wblship upon the companies tem c4.rily,but in the end itwill prove an ommic move, that will more than y the present expense. That the 0f ishment of poles altogether would Ttfe a vast advantage, is also true- mfsecurity from storms and electri- would undoubtedly make a saving, and amature advantage thhy, would be the impossibility porangers finding the wires to tain- . Vith them, if properly laid with e regard to secrecy. "Vlalia is advertising a state far. on't know where she got it nor she came by it. It may be an iLw) JU!nn at thi iftt VASf's OT1P - CUI I. IV 4-1 jm J J " up a la mode, with touches of mi . m Tint. ana cut en iraiu, or u ui inetWkig the new syndicate have brought up from St. Louis, and pro pose to belle it here for a season. Ve hope she will be pretty and fair to look upon and have such ways that will be appreciated by the people. La Monte Record. As to "where she got it," well, Se dalia got the state fair as she gets everything else she asks for, by work and it helpmeet, energy. These two to-gether form a strong combination. It will be no inflated addition of last year, either, but a brand new, war-ranted-all wool-and-a-yard-wide affair as pretty as a picture and bound to make our neighbors Lamonte inclu ded as happy as a mother-in-law when she hears that her daughter has just had the property made over to her. Let every body come, and if the state fair is not appreciated, it will be because appreciation has lost its grip. Never in the historv of America has 0 there before been tried a case in which such voluminous aud complete evi dence of the deepest guilt has lieen adduced as in that of the trial of the anarchist fiends now in progress in Chicago, And to the untiring and efficient efforts of the brave and patri otic Irish police, whos comrades weie mown down by these fiendish plotters, more than to any other cause, is due this satisfactory state of affair. The number of witnesses, their character and the character of then tes imony ; in to show i hat as this u !le band fmfoslj laced the terrible bomlw. so they have fearlessly entered the very dens ami str ngholds of these mur derous conspirators and compelled them not only to give up the secrets of their diabolisms, but to come into court and frankly confess them. How mu ii bloodshed and ruin has thus been happily averted, the world ;nav never kno.v. But whatever it 0 may be, the people of Chicag) aud of this continent do know that as the past when greater dangers menaced from wily foes so in this instance to the brave and too little appreciated sons of downtrodden is to the honor of tak ing the fire front and throttling the hidden demon. Surely Chicago owes it to herself, to the country, and fcj these noble brave men to award them soan mode of appreciation, some to ken of gratitude, and to those who fell, a stone to mark their last resting place and record their brave sacrifice to duty. And the country owes it to them to defend from the foul charge of anarchists the name of Irish-Americans who thus shew their undying en mity to it and love for their adopted land and its laws. All honor to Chi cago's brave Irish policeman. PREPARING FOR CHURCH. It has been a noticeable peculiarity of women, Jever since the first mother took so much time to adjust her fig leaves, that they are never exactly ready for church. It is perhaps no exaggeration to say that more mascu line souls have been irretrievably wrecked while waiting Sabbath morning for their wives to get their bonnets on, than from all otner pauses combined. A man may j:et up in a frame of mind as thoroughly adapted to the reception oi religious instruc tion as a sponge ip to gather water he mav lie really repentant of all the sins be has committed during the week, and earnestly ambitious of aton ing as for as he may for baviug on a previous occasion slipped a nickel in stead of a quarter into the contribution box, resolving in his present conscientious feeling to make amends for it, when all of his good resolutions are put to flight by the everlasting time his wife takes to paint her lips, put lily white on her cheeks, curl her beau catcher, knot her ribbons, shake out the folds of her dress, and put that jaunty little hat on the top of her head at a precise angle of forty-two and a half degrees. It is no exaggeration to say that many a man has had his patience so utterly upset by these devices that he has re ceived the drippings of the sanctuary very much In the spirit that his body would have taken a cold shower bath on a winter's morning. Of course it is not pretended that women as a rule indulge in this sort of practice,. There are some noticeable exceptions to the well regulated females of every com munity, and it is not for the benefit of these that this article is written. by the Sedalia Boy at the Sprint. Notes of Interest Concerning Prominent People at the Sar atoga of the West. find a loyal thinks too her institu te Scabs of Labor. MISSOURI'S MILITIA. From Puck. Mr. Dennis X. Nitroclvcerinelv, General Boss Workman of the Indi- The Favorable Impression Left pendent Order of Scabs of Labor of America, furnishes for publication the following statement: The Scabs of Labor number some ten millions of able-bodied workine men in this country. Taking Mr. Powderly's recent estimate that the membership of the Knights of Labor does not exceed Ave hundred thousand, it will be seen that we have twenty times as many Scabs as they have Knights. Thus, as long as we stand firm and keep our muscles hard, we have very little to fear from the threats aud hard w. rds of our knighted and benighted brethren of toil. hat is a rscao: wen, to use a figure of stump speech, a cab is a man who carries his sovereignty under his own hat. Kverv Scab is a General 0 Boss Workman in his own right. Look at a Scab, aud vou American citizen, who much of his countrv and tions to be beguiled by the siren-voice of the flannel-mouthed agitator, and who ha too much tender solicitude for his stomachic comfort and that of his family to engage in a strike which is more iikely to end in starvation than triumph. And so, through all the turmoil and upheaval of the past mad months, when it has seemed as though Jay and Terrence must certain, I v come to blows, and the nation go down to ruin in a flood of gore, the Scab has stuck to his work and kept the wheels of industry on the whirl. All honor to the humble Scab. By this independent course the Scab has made many bitter enemies, as. i: these davs of pure atesmanship in a horn, aud Tariff Reform over the left, a man who tries to act on a common sense basis must make enemies. He has leen beset on his way to and from work everv dav, bv hordes of drunk en Knights, sober Knights, Irish Knights, and Negro Knights, Knights, of all ages, sizes, trades and ay, even womeu Knights, (shade of King Ar thur, keep shady !) who have publicly assailed him with scornful and abusive words in the laud liable endeavor to bring him to a sense of his own shame and of their most chivalric puissance. It is to them he owes the title of Scab. They probably wanteds imetbing very insulting arad contemptuous to apply to him, and concluded that Scab would answer the purpose better than Saracen or perhaps they didn't know that it was Saracens with whom the Knights of the oilen time had so much trouble. But a Scab can work just as well un der that name as an v other. He cares not what they call him, so that he gets called to the counting-room every a a pajMiay to receive his wages. He Knows that be has the best of the sit uation, aud that is satisfaction enough for him. The striker suffers from de privation ; the capitalist suffers from loss of business ; but the joyous Scab keeps right on with his work with a clear conscience, and his credit at the grocer's unimpaired. Happv the lot of the Scab. In conclusion, Mr. Nitroglycerine writes: Now that they have failed to obtain higher pay and shorter hours, the Knights announce themselves ready to return to work if their em ployers will discharge all the Scabs in their shops. The obstinate employers replyjt ha t before they do this the weath er in Sheol will change so that the burning lake can be used as a profita ble field of speculation for an iceman. As a way out of this dead-lock, I cor dially invite every Knight of Lalwr to b come a Scab. All he will have to do Fill be to stop going to assem blies and iiateuing to the foolish talk of ignorant leaders ; stop paying as sessments for striking-funds, which go, the Lord only knows where (see Puck's Letters to John Smith ) ; and to recognize the fact that this is a work-teu-hours-a-day world, and no amount of striking, arbitrating and boycotting can make it anything else at present. Come up and be a Scab! Eke Younc. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup ahoudl always be used for children teething. It iooths the child, softens the rum, alUys U pains, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. sanHAwlv Got His Divorce. London, July 23. The case of Crawford vs. D. Crawford and Delke was given to the iury this af ernoon, and they finally re turned a vercict finding Mrs. Crawford guilty of adultery with Sir Chas. Delke, and granting Mr. Crawford a divorce, the jury finding in favor of Mr. Crawford the proceeding confirms the previous decree and makes it absolute at the expiration of six months, attaching to it, this six months will expire August 12. The queen's proctor has been condemned to pay the costs of the present proceed ing. Prompt and Positive "Benson's Capcine Plasters are the beat in use." H. J. ( masebeer, Pharamacist, N. Y. 25c tmm - For Bent Oat aide of storeroom 209 Ohio sties, B-soo office, is for rent Apply to J. West Goodwin. dtl Sweet Springs, July 24th, Corres pondence. The glory of the military still hangs like a halo over the heart.-, of at least the feminine portion of the guests here, and many fond reminis cences are indulged in. They tell of the five "beautiful balls" that were given, where the ladies wore their prettiest toilets, with "silks and laces, and gems galore" shining, and the gentleman shone resplendent in blue roadcloth, and 'broideries of gold. 'Ah,w said two of the prettiest wo men at the Springs to a Bazoo repre sentative, it was like a glimpse of real life after a solstice in a desert." Then they told of the famous recep tion given by Co. D., Seventh regi ment, at which seventy-five guests par took of lovely refreshments in a beau tifully lighted tent, ami also at which Gov. Marmaduke, Adjutant General Jamison, Col. Bull, Capt. Goodt and o' hers said pretty and, erstwhile elo quent things, as they offered toasts and gave responses. There wa music there, too, and light laughter and pretty dresses and plenty of flowers aud all those things which to people of Use world are as the wine of life and the nectar t the gods. Vu equestrian party ar ranged for the uro i-f a fitting farewell to the military, or at least a favored company of it, was a notable feature and among those who com posed it were Gov. Marmaduke, who escorted Mrs. Campbell McFarlane.in an elegant aud becoming habit, CoL Bull and Miss Shepherd. Capt. Goode and Miss Lucie ickerson, of War rensburg, aud several others. The party formed six abreast and cheer upon cheer greeted their appearance as the train slowly moved away, bearing the soldiers. "Dear" parties are all the rage, the "staga" being absent. The Craig Rifles are expected here shortly and wil! remain for a few davs, w Mr. and Mrs. E L Khodus, who were well liked guests here, have re turned to their home in Leavenworth. Mr. and Mrs. R. t. Greer, of Aulville, are among the latest arrivals. Mr. Greer is a prominent stock dealer. Many kindly compliments have been passed on Miss Eva Johnson, a hands me brunette of Sedalia, who is stopping here. Miss Ella Rhodus left for Lav enworth this week, where she will for a short time be the guest of Miss Julia Crancer. Miss Joie Lindley, of St. Louis, and Miss Sallie Goodwin, of Marshall, are two pretty aud popular young ladies at present here. Misses Lida and Berrie Brooks, daughters of John A. Brooks, Esq., of Kansas City, spent the week heie. They were accompanied by Miss Rob inson, of that place. Mrs. Geo. McGrew aod Mrs. Campbell McFarlane, the two "Macs" as they are known, are said to be the Cettiest and most popular married dies at the springs. Mr and Mrs. Geo. McGrew aud little daughter who have been popular guests here, expect to leave August 1st for Colorado where they will spend the rest of the summer. Misses Susie Trimble and Ella Grasty, of Columbia, also the Misses Alien, of Liberty, chaperoned by Mrs. Dr. Laws are as lively as kittens and withal pre ty and companionable. Mrs. W A. Wilson, of Kansas City is here chaperoning two I eauti ful young ladle?. One of them i Mis Riddle belonging to a prominent Ten nessee family of that name, the other Miss Seely, of Kansas City. Mrs. Crittenden, wife of ex gov ernor Crittenden, of Kansas City, is the guest of Judge snd Mrs. Henry at their pretty and commodious cottage. The ex-governor will spend Sunday here. Miss Helen Bay lock gave a reading Monday, to a select audience in the hotel parlors, which was much enjoyed by all. The lady left this week for Mexico, Mo , but will return later on and bring her sister with her. Mrs. Mary Richardson, a dashing and handsome blonde widow, of Kan sas City, is here and rumor has it that a well known Sedalia widower has never before appreciated Sweet Springs as at present. He is said to make semi-weeklv visits. r ORE A At I! DR.PRICES I vBn 1 SPECIAL PUREST AfO STR0N6CST NATURAL FRU:T FLAVORS. MOST PERFECT MADE Prepriri -ritb strit nire! to Purity. Strength aol H i :.n?u. i-. Dr. Price- Baking Powder eontaioa n Ani:n i:r . L;m ..r Alum Lem n. Orange, etc Dr. Price Extncts. flavor dehcioUAiy PQCt aMX3 PJQr? CO. Cmcmcq aj St. LJo.s fifty pretty and intelligent girls here and vet, aia! that strange anomaly, called man, who never leoi an opportunity uuless thrust directly under his nose, keeps himself in the back ground and is painfully scarce. Mr. and Mr. E. C. Moore, of Col umbia, are a great addition to the social circle here, the latter being a vocalist of much merit. She is cha per mini: Mioses Kuth McCune and Miss Mamie Moss, two pretty Col umbia young ladie. Mrs. Hugh McElrOT, who was much admired here because of her vi-; vacity and unvarying search after some new method of killing time, left accompanied by her husband, for Ken tucky this week. They will leave for their European journey about Au gust 1st. Mr. O. M. Spencer, a well-known attorney of iS. Joseph, is drinking the waters here and is also looking after the widows and the pretty maid. Mr. Spencer a candidate tor the in- (iiciai ermine oi ioaaway cumtv and aui it the ladies have their way. he MARKETS will doubtless he electt.l mm mt , noifj Market The swimming teacher has taken ro, Jai7 24 nis departure, ne having i un l ut a-.iai -va cm mjt ijj pr at that there mtm but little need for his services a the lady guests would just aiMut as siHHi hold to the surety i and .-plash alout, as swim. Fun is the main thing and this can best le nl. tained by the process above mention ed, so the girls say. Little Miss Myrt'e McGrew, wh is known as a beautiful little daucer, both in St. Louis and at the spring added fresh laurelsto her tame Friday evening, when she danced, in company with Prof. Mahler.the 4 'Cupid" dance. She wore a shrimp piuk -atin costume beneath a slip of white Egyptian lace ; KJTi and looked as "pretty as a picture. Col. aud Mrs. Swan, of Fort Leavenworth, who were among the popular guests here during the stay of the soldiers, will leave their pres ent location at Leavenworth shortlv BY TELEGRAPH ?TRLINr cTniN F Dull: 14 .Vfc for ii- of stock to-da? we- MM MMM GOrlKEI '.Jl.M C'ullani a ihade weaxe--. -TATE OOtfOS-Uutatand -jrm. RAILS' A TS-D B . Koi.ra Fours-.tj t-a-aa.'f ......... USm f 95 M -un OtoeOa Cbauat4 A A!tOL 0. H. A vi Ltccvaai Era La Saore Misaoir t ;a S : I uweater-j 1 00!-, 1 HN 1 11 1 vof 1 ft.'1 L':u.'i Pvidc. a ?aa ........... .... ........... i m I :?4, i asu I 07''4 I U 1 ftS'4 x 66 S ihtiMo Jtarket. Chica&o, July 24. Th-day on 'change wa- quiet am somewhat -iia. w, t a aa easier tone to wheit Tae m.r- udge Lindlev, of St. Louis, is in great demand as a leader of the Virginia reel and similar dances, and the only complaint to be made of bim is that whether in "turn" or out of it he will persist in swinging all the pretty girls in the ball room. It is said there are as high as e w..u: t f ...l .t ' " -w at .v. i.jr Aui?ut, broke off to former will assume the duties i re volving upon his new appointment, he having superceded Gen. Greely. Mrs. Capt Nauson and Mrs. Holla Billiugsly, of St Louis, who were here as guests, have returned home. The latter chaperoned Miss Belle Billingsly, a well known society young lady, of St. Louis, also Miss Garth, a beautiful and winning young lady of Hanuible. Both of these were much admired by the soldier laddies, during their stay here. Mr. and Mrs. Lon V. Stephens are entertaining no less thau twelve guests at their beautiful little cottage, among them Sam P. Jones, as he al ways writes himself. The ladies of the ladies of the cottage spoke highly of his pleasant L'anners and intelligent conversation in the social circle and 9eemed to think him a charming ad dition. Mrs. Mittie Leonard is at present a guest at the Stephens cot tage and is as genial and charming a of yore. J. A. Fisher, the genial clerk in the office, has su exalted opinion of his frogship as an edi le, snd Fridav morning he gathered together his wife, his gun, bis dog and the rest of the family and proceeded up the river iu a boat on a frog hunting expedition. After being nearly wrecked Mr. Fish er espied a lovelv specimen of his race sitting alone and disconsolate on the edge of a mud bank, and after shut ting his eves and asking his wife to support him, the gailant hunter brought his gun to his shoulder and fired. The result was a report that was heard a mile, a dog running over tne hills of Saline county at the rate of two miles a minute with his hide well sprinkled with shot, a surprised, but uninjured frog and a man and bis wife, who came back to the hotel with empty hands and stomachs, ready to eat plain beefsteak fried to a dull brown in last years lard and ruminate on the foby of frog bunting as a recreation. The s-'-rrow which came to Air. and Mrs. Jokn Sullivan in the death of their little child yesterday was gen erally sympathized with and many hearts might have responded to the fact that although Twas but a little child that died, A little, dainty, tender child. Yet life somehow seemed leas to charm When that wee babe no longer smiled. And thoughts arose, of holy things, Of angel songs and golden streets. And ha It -formed longings for the bliss That heaven holds when love there meets. Physicians have long prescribed Dr. (i raves' Heart Regulator for heart Disease, hv because it is a sterling preparation for a peculiar disease, and 30 years ass warrants it $1 a bottle. . ) .. . raiii-a on reports ut a better export tn.,??- aie t t )L4c -nd dosed at 76c. The r eipta ter and 41 atatl po:utaoaOnue quite liberal. ir:i i trly active nd considerably unset tled ear J :u theses ion The market ruled strong, taei. .irl I .' and xna rcoTered, but later mm r ports ot -ain ia Ksna became weaJt and de ihned 4lc, recovered slijhtl and closed H under yeateiday. Oats wets iicliaci to te dull and heavy ear y, aataawaloped stiength later on, closing c over ye,ter Jaj Tue rUicf: oions were very slight in provisions ar i the ruaroet d sed at about yeeeerday's ogures. FLoUK rial and unchanged. WlfltiT lif faiil lower and easier July, T-VV' .. tui at ; August. 7--76?, doling at" 77; SepteniVr.7747. closing at 77! ; No. , spnng, 75 ; No. S, rei, 77. cOSN Fairly active and unsettled, rling c lower t in ii yesterday. Cjh,40. July, JVa 4 ' . - j it 4"'-,: August, 40l,4lH closing at 4- 4 : September. -ilVg, closing at 41 V4. uaTjv-Opened dull snd heavy, but rallied aed c'oed$ hinher thin vester'day. Cash, 2i!'4 : August. -SaiN ll-is. closing at S4, aep temler, ,-'9iA3-. closing st 294 RYEteadV. No. 2, Mc. BASLKY Qu et Xo. 2, 6:c. FLA XSSSP Firm No 1, 1 05 MESS FORK uiet aid easy and 5c Uwe Cash. 55rtl' ) : August, fa 5Aa9 9, closing at 19 57S9 7'. LARO tJuist and easy. Cash. 6 55 j August, 4V 5,'a6 t), closing st 6 524 5 ; Sep tember, 6 6) .46 7l2, closing at 9S 606 WdkXEY-teady at fl 12. BUTTER-Firm. Creamery, 13l5c; dairy, UJl?cH. EG3SJ 11c. Receipts Flour, 22,ts) barrels; wheat, 89.0f0 bushels;" com, 1S8.00U bushels; oats, 34.000 ushe's ; rye, ,0O bushels; barley. 3, mo busneis. shipments r lour. 9,000 barrels; wheat, i.0Ot bushels; com, 359,(0 bushels; oata, 51.000 bush el i ; rye 5.GCO bushels ; barley, 1,600 bushels. Si. Loaie Maura 3t. Louis. July 24. FLOUR -Ml 4nJ easier. XXX, 2 252 55 ; family, t 40'J2 ; choice, ti WJ 10; fane v. 40(83 5S; eatrs fsny, f3 754 9o; patent, 25A4 50 WHEAT Weak snd lower, fhe market ru ed weak but steady at opening, but earlv ta tWe ses- mV n sold off at lSdl4C, later rallied fa deciinel near th close snd closed 9c under yevterday . No 2 red.cash, 75 : August, 75, closing st 75s rf ; September 77l777a, closing st 77; October, 79)aAS. ctosing at 7 CORN Weak snd c lower. No. 2 mixed, cash, ;d ; August i7m&W.. closing st 37 ; depterr ber. .'40. closicg st &; October, SS&-a, closing st 3S-:4. OAT-Firm but du 1. No. 2 mixed, cash, 2SS &&A August, 28 ; September, 25. RYE Easy at 53c. BARLEY-No sales. BUTTER Firm and higher: Creamery, 1720 ; dairy. 15'fc. Ei.tis Easr at V$6c. WHISKY-V na at fl (7 PORK 110 20. LARL' 16 206 2.5. Receipts Flour. 3,000 barrels; wheat. 234. 00 bushels; corn, 16,00 bushels; oats. 44.000 bus 1 els : rye, 1,0J0 bushels ; barleT. bushels Shipments Flour, 8.000 barrels : wheat, 12.08 busbels ; corn. 7.00U bushels; oats. 5,000 bushe s; rye, bushels ; osrley, bushels. St Lonls Live Mtweai Market. St. Louis, July 21. CATTLE Receipts, 650 ; shipments, 400, Market active and ttnn. Oood to choice thip- Sint, H 655 00 ; common to fsu tS 75414 0U ; 11 tc hers' steers, $3 M$4 50 ; cows snd heifers, 12 z5 00 : through Texans, 2 254 00. HxYs Receipt, 3,ouu ; shipments, 1,000. Market strong on good quality, conimou grades weak nddul . Butchers' and lest heavy packing, (4 96: mixed. f4 30,4 70. light weights, t H !H 65- SHEEP Receipts. 1,600 : shipments, . Mar ket hr:u at t: 2AA4 00. A New Telephone. Telephone jour messages to the Pacific Mutual telegraph office. Reduced -ate and quick service. Telephone No. 4& ti. Wood for Sale. I have 300 cords of dry, hard hickory and oak wood for sale. Will deliver to any- part of the city at market price. Leave orders at W. E. Bard's, J. K. Quar tet' and Peter Brandt's. 7-24-1 a G. A. A mas. Chicago law ajtneat. Chicaoo, July .4 Taa Orovara Journal reoortt : CATTLE Receipts, 5,600; shipments, Man. Market strong and a shade better. Sbippmz tteers 960 to 1,500 pounds, S3 75A5 SO ; stockers and feeders, f2 309 75: cows, bulls snd mixea, tt 753 75 ; bulk, W2 W3 00 ; through Texas cattle stronger ; cows, 12 83 50 ; bulls, fl 75 2 25 ; steers, 12 50AS rf. HOGS Receipts, 15.200 : shipments, ,00 Market sirou and s ahsde higher, closing weac Rough aodmixed. U 204 80: packing snd snipping. $4 790fi 06 ; light weights, S4 20t ?j; skips, 92 604 15. SHEEf Keosipts. 4,u00 ; shipments, 500. Mar ket steady Natives, 12 30 ; western. S3 60 ; Texans, ft 0003 25 ; lambs per head 4 005 50. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak ess, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, I will send a recipe that will cum you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy ens discovered by a missionary in Souta America, Send a self addressed envelope to the Raw. Josxph T. Ixmah jmj V ST x. 8-3eodAwly 4 x s