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rum SiiUAldA WBEiLL BAZOO. MAT 28 1889.
2 A For what glory is it, if when ye be buffeted for your faults j YE SHALL TAKE IT PATIENTLY ? BUT IF WHEN YE DO WELL AND SUFFER FOR IT, YE TAKE IT PATIENTLY, THIS IS ACCEPTABLE WITH GOD. SEDAXiIA BAZOO PUBLISHED BY Iks J. West Goodwin Printing Company. 'f KICKS ' fcCBSC'RUTION : Daily, including Sunday, per year. 00 Sunday edition per year - jw Weeklv, 52 numbers, per year- I y Dajiy, delivered, per week NEWS DEALERS Ueu.ariy supplied at 1C. cents per copy. All -subscription" paAOl in a irace, and dis couiitia-i at e.id of ti.n- pal 1 for. HOW TO SEND MONEY. Remittance war be made by diaft, ruonpy order or registered letter, at our list, liive post ofEoe adde?s in full, including state and county J. GOODWIN, Pretideut and Manager. TELEPHONE TSU31BERS. Business office A$ Job rooms .169 Sedalia has the finest shade trees of any city in the land, but if some of them could be trimmed out, it would probably be better for the health. It is now definitely settled that the General Assembly will adjourn next Tuesday, and poor old Jefferson City will be left to the owls and bats for another two years. The Cronin disappeatance ia Chi cago has at least been cleared up and tbe remains of the missing man found in a sewer. Everything goes to prove that he was murdered and there is now a good chance for detective work to brine: the murderer to justic. An "intelligent and good looking man from the South" calling himself by the cognoman of Meyer Israel, has been swindling some of the promi nent business men of St. Louis. St. Louis never will cease to be a " Jay town, it seems. Chicago people were evidently straining at a gnat and swallowing a camel, when they hissed Ivyrle Bel lew and Mrs. Potter, for simply being in an indirect way connected with the celebrated Carter divorce case and yet were so anxious to hear the dis gusting details every day that they crowded the court room to suffoca tion. The young man Marti ho k his employer with a brick in Kansas -City, has been released from prison ... ,i aiur serving out ins three montns Ii-vd Martliiig killed his sentence. employer with a common ordinary dor-iick, it is doubtful if he would have punished at all. They don't like to see murderers have a choice of weapons in Kansas City. The celebrated Carter divorce case in Chicago, has resulted in fiadh-g Mrs. Carter guilty of the charges made against her by her husband and hence the husband will be granted the divorce. How Chicago will manage to exist without its daily visits to tbe court room, where the prurient de tails were dished up, is hard to deter mine, but they will probably soon have something uew in this line and can thus feel encouraged. Wiley Matthews, the bald knobber who escaped from the Ozark jail in December last and who was not re captured to share the fate of his uncle John Matthews and the two Walkers! on the scaffold, ha? been heard from, or at least it is stated that he was drowned while crushing a swollen stream in Arkansas. If the story is true, it seems a strange decree of fate, and if not. it is saf to say that the hunger and fear which has followed the fugitive, will prevent him from ever again practicing bald knobbery. Washington dispatches announce that the 882,000,000 appropriated for the payment of pensions thi3 year ha3 already been exhausted, with six weeks more of the fiscal year to be previded for. The probability of a "" - o . -I . deficiency is, therefore, converted into a certainty, and the expectation per haps the boast of the bureau that it will be able to dispose of over $100, 000,000 before July seems likely to be realized. In any other country than this, or with a people less indifferent than are ours to what becomes of the revenues, the extraordinary growth of the pension fund under the combined efforts of the claim agents and the po- litical demagogues would be startling. In 1878, thirteen years after the close of the war, when the claims would naturally have begun to diminish, the applica tions allowed had decreased from a maximum of 50,000 in 1866, the year after the war, to about 11,000. The disbursements had fallen from a max" imum of 833,000,000 in 1871 to 826, 000,000. Last year, twenty-three years after the close of the war, the applications allowed were a little over 60,000 including the survivors of the Mexican war lately pensioned and the disbursements this year will be at least 90,000,000. This sum exceeds by $27,000,000 the total ordinary ex penses of the Federal Government in the year before the war. It equals the cost of the standing army of Great Britain (180,000 strong) and nearly equals the cost of the great German army (almost 500,000 strong). And with Corporal Tanner in charge there is no telling where it will stop. Deafness Can't be Cured by local application, as they can not reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure Deaf ness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucus liuinir of the Eustaching Tube. When thisiDllrrs- fnhfi irets inflamed vou have a rum- The eairle is roiu bling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the iufkmation can be taken out and this tube re stored to its normal condition, hear ing will be destroyed forever ; uiue cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an iuflamed con dition of the mucus surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dol lars for any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh) that we can not cure by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Seud for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. BSrSoid by Drugi?ts, 75. All Want Sympathy. Joe Howard in the New York Press. Every body wants sympathy. As near as I cau get at it, the woman dosen't Lve who dosen't yearn for a companionable ear into which she can pour the story of joys and the dirge of sorrows, and as for men, I never met one who didn't utilize a favorable opportunity to show how smart he was, what a fool he had been, what mistakes he had committed, v. hat repjrets shadowed his existence. A Woman's Discovery. 'Another wonderful discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country. Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she with stood its severest tests, but her vital or gans were undermined and death seem ed imminent. For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep. She bought of us a bottle of Dr. King's Xew Discovery for Consumption and was so much relieved on taking lirst dose that she slept all night and with one bottle has been miraculo:.sly cured. Her name i 3lrs. Luther Lutz.' Thus write W. C. llamnck te Co.. of .siiei by "N". C Get a free trial bottle at Mertz ct Hale's Dru: Store. Qneer Th'xis Ahont Use EiKel Tower. London Figaro. The charge for ascending the Eiffel tower is not strictly proportionate to the height gained. Thus tiie cl arge for ascending seventy metres is one and eight pence, so that seeing the towers 281) metres high, the price for going to the tup wuuld be, if pro portionate, six and eight-pence ; where as, a matter of fact, it will be only four and two-pence. Ibete is to be that is to say a" reduction on takiug a quantity o the Eiffel tower. It has been announced that there is to be a restauraut on the upper platforms of the tower; tbat the Paris Figaro will print a paper on one, and that the space has been let. also, to an enterprising photo grapher, who is determined to apply "high art" to photography with a vengeance. But a still later project is to set apart space at the very top of the tower for several smcli writing tables, at which, on payment of an additional fee of a franc, visitors will be allowed to write a letter on spec ially provided note paper, and dated, of course, from the summit of the Eiffel tower. These letters will be, also, posted where they are written so that tbe Eiffel tower will really be turned into a kind ofBrobdingnagian Pillar letter box. There is some talk, too, of a service of carrier pigeons in connection with the tower. The best medical writers claim that the successful remedy for nasal ca tarrh must he non-irritating, easy of ap plication, and one that will by its own action, reach all the remote sores and ul cerated surfaces. The history of ihe ef forts to treat catarrh during the past few years obliges us to admit that only oue remedy has completely met these condi tions, aud that is Ely's Cream Balm. This safe and pleasant remedy has mastered catarrh as nothing else has ever done, and bo-h nhvsicians and patients freely con cede this fact. - The more distressing symptoms quickly yield to it. MISSOURI - NOTES. A new census shows the popu lation of Richmond to be 2,700. The Osage and Marais des Cyg nes rivers are on a bit of a tear. Missouri has 3,200 physicians, and yet the state is constantly in creasing in population. Chillicothe expended 827,000 last year and yet has the sum of 814,000 in the treasury. The Grand river, in Livingston comity, is on the rampage and bottom lauds are flooded. John Griner, of Nevada, died by the arsenic route. He failed to har mouize with his family. Henry Armstrong, of Clintou, will pay 8800 for i he arrest of the man who hit ills dog with a rock, The St. Louis elevators are "con solidating." They trust this will be to their advantage. The acreage of tobacco in central Missouri this year is the smallest of any season for thirty years. The latest returns from Marshall show 5,000 inhabitants and only eight vacant i.ousts in the city. The Moberly colored .Republicans want to know where the colored man's share of the federal 'possum is coming in. A Henry county nun failed to put the pigs in clover antl eighteen of them died from eating young cockle to scream at Carrollton on the Fourth of July so that it cau be heard over in Chariton county. A St. Louis drummer has earned, the gratitude of mankind by patent ing a knife scraper attached to a shoe brush. Haunibtl wants a Fourth of July celebration. Next to a"fish fry" Hannibal's pride is her Fourth of July celebration. Captain George B. Harper, late chief clerk of the penitentiary, has engaged in the irercantile business at Carl Junction, Jasper county. Charles Weber, aged 13, fell un der a freight train at Osborn yester day and was so terribly mangled that he cannot recover. A young man named Kirby, of Bushville, Bachauau countv. while intoxicate . fell out of a boat on Sugar Lake and was drowned. A young lady in Cameron who was taken sick received in one day from admiring friends 1J5 roses aud twenty-one pounds of candy. A movement is on foot to organ ize a southwest fair circuit, commenc ing at Nevada: taking in Lamar, Carthoge, Sarcoxie and Neosho. According to the Jopliu Herald, Joplin cau muster a bigger crowd to a free show than any other place of its population outside of Arkansas. An appropriation of 84,000 has been made to pay the salary of the judge ol the criminal curt of Greene county for the coming two yas. Seveaal companies of theMissouri militia have resolved to disband, owing to the fact that the legislature refused te make any appropriation for their support. Piev. II. L. Foote, of Hotyoke, Mass., 1ms accepted a call to fi.i the vacancy in Christ church, St. Joseph, caused by the death of Rev. Dr. Ruucie. The nolitics of the late Bald Knobbers who were butchered at Ozirk are tinder discussion. As they are not liable to vote again in Mis souri the question is not imp rtinf. Dr. Tanner, the 40-days' faster, who now proposes to speud the same length of time in the grave, has seiec ed Nevada as a good quiet place in which to write a book. Two little school children of Verona, while crossing a railroad track, with an umbrella over their heads, were struck by an approaching train and instantly killed. The following Missouri postmasters have been appointed : Hermau Wahl at Commerce, Charles Schwarter at Libertyvlille, Tiliie Ross at Renich, and Charles Schunzel at Sappington. Jefferson City is complaining be cause all of the circuses are passing it by. Well, the towns where the cir cuses are going didn't have the legis lative circus, and that makes things even. Tobias McDaniels, who was con victed of murder in Texas county two years ago aud sentenced to hang, but broke jail a lew days beiore tne time of his execution, was captured a few days ago in No-Man's-Land and re turned to the Texas county jail. An attachment has boen issued by oue of the hotel keepers of Jeffer son City against a member of the legislature who is 8208 behind on his board bill. But a zinc trunk and a UDK ail(l a i;non Anztor Ann't fro verv far towird I 51y cure, whether the patient is a mouerai Jinen QUSter QOn l go ver iux wwaruij rinker or an alcoholic wr.ck. Thousands oi liquidating sucb an account. Those unhappy persona "who suffer from nervousness and dyspepsia should use Car ter's Little Kerve Pills, which are made expressly for sleepless, nervous, dyspeptic sufierere. Price 25 cents, all druggists. it $ WE MOTHER STRONG "My mother has been using Pace's Celery Coupccsd for nervous prostration, accompan ied toy melancholia, etc., and It has done her a world of good. It 13 the only medi cine that strength ens the nerves." ,.h!,rtnl- uruibuuiu, Pa. Paine's Celery Compound is of unequaled value to women, it stnngmens me nerves, rejnilates the kldnejs, and lias wonderful power in curing the painful diseases with which wo men so often silently suffer. Si per bottle. Six for S3. At Druggists. Wells, IUceakdsok & Co.. Burlington, Vt. VT-K-TK-rd VS. DIAMOND DYES r0UR BABY &teESJSS3S! FREE PICTURE. THE GREAT WESTERN Mtioois Republic Ten to Twelve Pages Every Week. A magnificent copy of Mankacsy's marvellous paintings, f 'Christ Before Pilate" or Christ on Calvary" will be given with every subscription. THE REPUBLIC a year and a copy of either picture tree for SI, or both pictures and the paper a year for 1.25, No paper is so valuable for the country merchant and farmer as its enormous circulation, just turning the point of One Hundred Thousand, attests. It will run close to Two Hundred Thou Sand before 1890. Now is the time to join the boom. Eemember, you get a free picture and not less than 520 Pages of Reading for $1.00. Tiie Picture Alone details for- 1.00. BDaily, $10 per annum. Tri-Weekly, $4j per annum. Sampi e copies, with full description of picture and premium sheet, sent free to any address. Direct all mail to THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC, ST. XiOTTIS. MO. a "si' ft III M n 5 r rM Win n 11 il 111 111 0. The life and murderous crime of BILL FOX. 1833. has been publishd lustrated. The book gives the tail aecaus v. the trial of Fox for the murder of T. vv . Howaxu May 20, 1888. aud the confession ot his mur der. implicating- thewoman, Mrs. Boss. Price. 10c. Address, r Sedalia, Mo. DOCTOR J The I.ea lin4 Phrsie'si'V Smu i., ail Spcwl ist in the Wtfct. 1113 and 1115 Main -S'., K:inv? City, Tmo. " - r Th ontv Iteitu le 1 I TVous Debtlur, SS-J I r t .1 .,. in.r. 1..1 .HC lut iitiu jiai.n rSI !nir Sinf tlwtrnvt. Impoverished I31voi, Piinplw, tc., lesult ;in in Imtotincy, Ir of Power, unfitting or Mrnae, society and Buins, private.v, permanently cured. H..M. GREsnAM. John Giiesuaii. W. E. Conner. Gresto 'Bros, k Comer, Have opened a General Grocery and Feed Store, at 612 Ohio street Call and see us. 12 2s&w3tf Or the Linnor Habit. Positively Cared hy Ailniinistcrine Ur. Haines it Mn w civrn in a tut) f i coltee or tea without the knowlei2 of the person taking it: I3 abso- i jutcly harmles8.and will elffct a permanent atd drunkards have been made temperance meu who bavc taken tbe Golden Specific In their coGe wunont their knowledge, rnd to-day hellfvpiliej qultdiinklngof their own free will. IIjt. FAILS. 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Paine's Celery Compound. I reel entirely air- foronr for the short time I have usd It. I can walk nearly straight, bleep sound and well, and feel as though there w;s new life and energy comlng Into my whole system." II. Mylics. Cleveland, Tenn. WEEKLY. rimr Ua in pamphlet form. 4HCERS CURED. mm J)r. T. L. Wilson, Ft. Scott, Kau. Cau cure your cancers without the aid of the knife, or burning. No cure, no pay. 5-7 w3m P. H. Sangree, Henry Lax, Notary Public. Sangree & Lamm, W Y Office : Pettis county bank building, front rooms, up stairs, 309 Ohio street, lj W. D. STEELE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SEDALIA, mSSOURI. 'dAwly VilJ T HILL f The Sedalig foifce Again i A dispatch has just been received tendering the PostofBce to. THE SECOND STREET SADDLER ! In consequence of which he will sell voti a nobby set of HARNESS at $6.0S0. y And everything else at greatly re duced prices, so come around and get a nobby Harness at your own price and let the Postoffice take care of itself. Phillip Halm, 117 SECOND STREET, FKIKNDLESS. Record, Mil Tkack, 1:37. OJ. Uv .Voiiparc.l, Vy Uaic Wantl Blck Hawk, DmMf?t wtrt ty Lcxingt n. liooae's Itoiu Ntrj -in. lr lJhel; s liambietonian. Tht3 Graa t H r. defete a company of H of the best S.allitnsin Aratr.cn. r-pres. n:ing nggre vutr v hie of uirn tban ll."0,C00, at St. Louis, Oct. 4 .nrt C, N .-taliie-n ever sliowd swr iiist sucb hm strrsiy f hori-ea, and but? Five eviir won orrvs ond::ig pren iuius. Trc (' I o"ir. are M.meof the promiums in his Crovrn or Stu'cvssie : S1j !i!t Fair. S. t. 1S5. - - Fi st Premimu. HlfKir.svilIc Fai.-, Sepu I. li?0, (4 l I ii It St. lu)JiS Fsir. Oc'. -t. IS7. rt. Fa'r, T Ida", S,slii Fkj.-. Auc 17, :S-S, Taii hilt info w s won :if u r huvi g been run in to mi J ripple i. so that h could not extend him se f, -oep' in tae Int h If t f tuch mi;e, but I13 yct.u Ur to:ti- jf thr pni-h very lust, agiiint ho.wj'i' at bu t been campaigned Jor year?, atrain p vMf hs vkOuderfi tn ' tnunce ?n.l un cii;itMTbl Mci. I. He vn Tluee oui of Five hwits in 2 ill. 1 !i7 and 2 :i7 ove- a uiile track, on tbat oay iOarcruiMls lw. t-iu for th:s acci-Jt-ni ;.r w.ii.l iMtttrot'ed iu h:. clssse in M. J..eh. 1 Rn- l i'v i-mi M. 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