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liiH SEDAiUA WEEKLY BAZOO, JAKUAftY 7, 1890.
2 s. 1 "IP S i BED ALIA BAZOO PUBLISHED BY Th J. Wtit Goodwin Printing Company. TIBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Mr, including 8undsy, per year Sttnlay edition per yer...MM.MMM. Weekly, 52 numoerf, per Yeir... Daily, delivered, per week .56 00 2 50 I 00 - 15 NEWS DEALERS Jtagnlarly rapplied at 2 cents per copy. Jul aabseriptioaa payable in advance, and dia ntinuei at ead of time paid for. Ml TO 8SKD KOHST. lifctance May be made by diaft, money nr rcnKtpra lttpr. at our risk- Give POSt- i address in full, including state -:d county' smdaddre J. WEST GOODWIN, President and Manager. TELEPHONE NUMJBERS. fiisiness office...: 48 rooms .-. 169 The Influenza loves a shining mark. Kings, princes, emperors, queens, countesses, dukes, dudes and dunderheads are among its victims in Europe. The microbes of la grippe seem to have aristocratic tendencies and loves to tamper with patrician membrane. The people of this city should prepare to sneeze. Prof, T. B. Showell, of the As sociation of American Anatomists, says that there is a striking similarity tgimihe nervous arrangemant of a man's spine and that of a cat. This is doubtless true. But there often comes a strong temptation at night to hurt our felines. A disgruntled Ohio Republican says the Democrats are better off than if they had elected Cleveland. In his opinion Harrison is doing more to build up the Democratic party and to assure its permanent control of National affairs in the future than Cleveland could have done if he had been President. While this individ ual opinion is probably founded upon xr ml disappointment and the re sultant sourness or mner which arises in a man when he wants office and can't get it, still there is a good deal of sound philosophy in it. President Harrison's mistake is sup posing himself an Andrew Jackson, The latter could rule and hold his party together, but Harrison is mak ing a miserable failure of the dictator role. That disgruntled Ohio Repub lican is probably right wheu he says tliA. Ti a m no, rst f a -or! 11 Tu t1o yaa I beneficiaries of the Harrison Adminis tration. - The man who a few days ago sent out from New York City a circular headed National Bargain Em porium" thought it was safe to test again the strange fascination a letter head has over many people. His circulars were accordingly prepared u the best style of the printer's art. Is They showed that the company was a large one. that the inducements it offered were exceptional and that its references were of the highsst charac ter, It had special arrangements for purchasing goods below market rates, and these advantages, with, a most unbusinesslike disinterestedness, it offered to share with its customers. Baited in this way the circular was spread broadcast, and the returns quickly proved that the projector was not" mistaken when he decided to make one more draft upon the almost inexhaustible reservoir of human credulity. He found there were plenty of women eager to get "black gro3 grained silk, 21 inches wide, and worth $1.25 a yard, for 55 jent8 a yard; fine English cashmere ireas goods, double width, worth 40 cents, for 16 cents a yard, and extra I ne IHeacHed inuslin, warranted with out blemish, worth 10 cents, for 4 oents a'yard." The feminine anxiety to purchase dry goods at halt price was undiminished, and the "National Bargain Emporium" profited by the 1 fact. How many dupes the projector Of this enterprise obtained will probably never be known. The former are never 1 anxious in such cases to admit that I thev were victimized and the latter is not compelled to criminate himself. But one day the police descended on the "Emporium," and, instead of the trrQEf rtfTr Hrn!r1inrr,? wTiftrp. "low n.nf. prices" were given by a firm which was using all its "energry and business tact" to serve its customers, they found a front attic, a small stove, a wooden chair, a pine table and lots of letter-heads and stationery, presided over by a smooth-shaven I man. who save his name as "John -w Jones." He confessed himself guilty of running a bogus establishment and was arrested. There was no more legitimate basis for his enterprise than there is for a lottery, and yet thousands of people were ready to invest in it who would feel insulted if saked to buy a lottery ticket. They were fascinated by a circular which simply "read well," just as the rec ommendations around a patent medi cine bottle or a bottle of hair dye do. It appealed to their cupidity and cred ulity, two of the strongest human irn pulses, and they invested only to fiud that credulity had got the better of their judgment. There is probably no way to prevent a repetition of such swindles. They will go on until men and women learn that letter heads are not capital, that something cannot be obtained for nothing, and th tt neith er cupidity nor credulity is a safe guide in business transactions. Tmpure Blood, Cause of Iieuma tism. HOW IT SHOULD BE TREATED TO EFFECT A PERMANENT CURE. The supreme importance of puriOying the blood and of restoring the diseased liver and kidneys to healthy action has in deed made this subject one of great study the results of which haye enabled us to present to the afflicted, Hibbird s Kheu matic SvruD. a combination of the b-si known remedies. Prepared by Rheumatic Syrup Co., Jackson, Mich. By cure3 unprecedented it has proven its right to the title of "The Greatest Blood Purifier and Kidney and Liver cure ev-r discovered." We challenge any, medicine to show an nrmreciation at home like that which has been Dcuned upon Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup. W.E. Bard, Druggist. MISSOURI NOTES. Marshall didn't get the orphan school, but she has her 56,000. The Shelbina Torchlight has changed hands, but that will not affect its Democracy. The state pays for cost; of its crimi nal cases for 1589 and 1890 the neat sum of 6510,000. Almost every town of any impor tance in Missouri has a big religious revival and a murder case. The farmers of Johnson county are going to get a chance to knock the stuffin' out of a proposition to build a $50,000 court house. Pleasant JBLill has eubsoribed -$25,-000 for a woolen mill that will give fimploymont to flttjr Of -fivfjr Vionrla. and the mill will be built at once. A picnic party from Verona killed nine water moccasins at the head of Spring river on Christmas day. A climate like that speaks for itself. According to the St. Joseph News St. Louis is ail "shook up" over a matrimonial mesalliance which in volves a young man of that city who has always been a 'high roller." There will be a meeting of tht friends of the Osage river in Jefferson City in February. A stream which turns out such a fine quality of catfish as the Osage naturally has a very few enemies. The Jeffersou City Tribune suggests that the headquarters of the State Democratic Central committee be es tablished at that place. There are some things in favor of that propo sition, but how about the whisky ? Don't give up, there is a cure for catarrh and cold in the head. Thousauds testify that Ely's Cream Balm has entirely cured them. It is a safe and pleasant remedy. Is is applied into the nostrils. It is not a liquid or snuff. It cures by cleansing and healing. Price 50c. Songlltfor the last hundred years. A remedy for catarrh, hay fever and cold in the head found at last in Ely's Cream Balm. Safe and pleasant to use and easily applied into the nostril. It gives relief at once and a thorough treatment positive ly cures. Price 50c. A Method of Treating Disease. Hospital Remedies. What are they ? Tere is a new depart ure in the treatment of disease. It consists in the collection of the specifics used by neted specialists of Europe and America, and bringing them within the reach of all. For instance the treatment pursued by spe cial physicians who treat indigestion, stomach and liver troubles only, was ob tained and prepared. The treatment oi other physicians, celebrated for curine catarrh was procured, and so on till these incomparable cures now include disease of the lungs, kidneys, female weakness, rheu matism and nervous debility. This new method of "one remedy for one disease" must appeal to the common sense of all suffereis, many of whom have expe rienced the 11 effects, and thoroughly real ize the adsurdity of the claims of Patent Meaicines which are guaranteed to cure every ill out of a single bottle, and the use of which as statistics prove, has ruined more stomachs than alcohol. A circular de scribing these new remedies is sent free on receipt of stamp to pay postage by Hospital Remedy Company, Toronto, Canada, sole proprietors. If yoji once try Carter's Little Liver Pills for sick headache, biliousness or con itipation you will never be without them, they are purely vegetable : small and ssv ; to take, all druggists sell them. JHlsfit Christmas Freseata. Mungey's Weekly: What this country needs more than anything else, just once a year, is a misfit Christ mas present exchange. An enterprising gentleman has al ready started an establishment where one can dispose of duplicate wedding presents, but a person gets married once only in his life, while he or she, as the case or sex may be, endures many Chrntmases. How sweet and pleasant it would be, for instance, if a young and pretty clergy n an who ha3 been remembered by seventeen or two dozen of the ewe lamb3 jf his congregation with a pair of slippers from ech, could trade off most of them for, say, a meerchaum pipe or some perpendicular linen col lars. Until such an exchange begins to nil a long felt want, the daily pa pers could help on the good work by permitting their patrons to insert free such advertisements a3 the following, at holiday time : "A boy of 12 wishes to exchange a new copy of 'Josephus,' handsomely bound, for a secondhand copy of 'Beelzebub Dick the Terror of Gorry Gulch,' or 'Deadhead Dan, the Young Detective of Mulberry Ave- uue. ' 'Young lady would part with seven Chrisimas cards (four of them hand paiuted) in return for a diamond engagement ring." "Married man desires to exchange a pair of ice cream colored wrlsteis for a glass of beer " 'Young clergyman will dispose of an assorted lot of slippers, some of which are embroidered with blue dojis with scarlet eyes, for serviceable pair ot winter gloves, fur lined preferred. Must be mates. "Boston young lady temporarily residing in New York, would like to exchange light copies of Browning's comp'ete works, all new and unused, for a pair of goli lined spectacles, No. 5, near sighted.' "Young married man will trade a box of cigars for a ten cent plug of chewing tobacco." "Gentleman desires to part with a pair of red mittens. Will except a two-ply ham saudwich or three Frank forter sausages in exchange,'' 'Youth will give a copy of Lamb's f oems of Childhood (leaves uncut,) for a base ball bat or a cheap pistol with a box of catridges.'' "A musically inclined girl will ex change her brother's irresponsible cornet for an upright piano. 99 "A young gentleman of 11, in long pantaloons, will give a fancy cap, lahled 'For a Good Boy,' for a ticket to anv accessable dime museum." 'Young lady of 14 wishe3 to ex change a wax doll, with real hair for a copy of the 'Quick or the Dead;' also rubber cry doll for 25 cents worth of chewing gum, vanilla or strawberry' How's This ! We ofler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. I. CHEXEY& CO., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney fcr the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. West & Truax, Wholesale Druggisc, Toledo. Ohio. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Drusgists, Toledo, Ohio. E H. Van Hoesen, Cashier Toledo Na tional Bans, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catanli Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sy&lem. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. The only reliable vegetable substitute for calomel, which acts on the liver, blood, kidneys and stomach, and best anti-bit- lious purgative is Maguire's Cundurango. Indorsed by Archbishop Ryan, of Phil adelphia ; Rev. McNally, of St. Louis, and a host of prominent people. Perfect Siglit As thoceanas can testify, there is nothing io much to he desired as perfect sight and perfect sight can only be obtained by using perfect spectacles. C. Q. Taylor, our home optician, exercises great skill and patienc a fittinif these needing spectacles with care nd comlort u tie wearr J2-Ildtf Diseases of Women. Nausea, indigestion, bloating, general de dility, depression, sleeplessness, liver and kidney troubles and kindred affection, per manently cured by using Maguire's Cundu ango. If sick headache is misery, what ar Carter's Little Liver Pills if they will pose itively cure it ? People who have usp them epeak frankly of their worth. They are small and easy to work. Carter's Little Liver Pills will be found an excellent remedy far sick head eche. Thousands of letters from people who have used them prove tbi3 fact. Ask your druggist for them. J)9 Ton Submit ? One who kindly submits to being told of his faults is on the road te reform and so i3 soon to take tne through Chicago sleeping car via. the M., K. & T., "Bur lington Eoute" (C. B & Q R. B) and Hannibal, which leaves Sedalia every ermiDg at 6:10 p. m. FiTS.All Fits stopped free by Db. Klct's Great Nervz .Restorer. No Fits after first day's use. Marvellous cures. Treaties and $2 trial bottle free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch street. PM!adelpbia,Pa. ' THE ARIZONA KICKER. A Western Editor's Views on Tarloos Mat ters and Thlnga Stop It. There's too much poetry In this Western country ten times too much. Every week fifty or more men and women in this locality, who ought to he engaged hoeing potatoes or mak ing rag carpet, worry the life out of the best part of seven days to 'dash off1' a poem for the Kicker. Not one out of five hundred is true poetry, and not more than one out of a bushel is worth publishing. Ther,e should be a law applying to the country west of Omaha a law to make it a penal of fense to send a poem to a newspaper unsolicited. We are satisfied that this rhyme-jingling has retarded the growth of the West twonty years, and it will continue to work against us until there is a law to stop it Not Appreciated. The efforts of a hundred or more of our citizens to make up for the lack of natural scenery in and around the town by standing on the street corners with legs crossed and hands in pockets is not appreciated by those competent to judge of effects. It is pretty hard for a red-eyed old squat like Judge Harri son to pose in such a way as to pass for a noble cataract, and the efforts of Major Philbrick to pass himself off as a substiture for a precipice five hun dred feet high brings ridicule on the whole county. Gentlemen, your proper pose is in a lock-step line. We are ad vising you as a friend. We Can't See It. Our contempo rary down the street is tickled almost to death because Major Bilden has been appointed postmaster of this town, and because, as it affirms, the editor of the Kicker got left. We can't see any thing to laugh at W e were the best man by long odds among the twenty applicants, and if Wanamaker couldn't see it the fault was not ours. We expected to get the appointment and ought to have had it The man who did get it doesn't know enough to run a peanut stand and if the Kicker doesn't make his life miserable for the next year then we don't want a cent. As for our old knock-kneed, bald- headed, squint-eyed contemporary who wears a grin on his phiz, wo will see him later. We are fishing to get hold of the chattel mortgage given on his omce inree montns ago, ana u wo succeed he will hear something drop. We Stand Neutral. The editor of the Blicker has been asked to express his opinion on the conduct of Presi dent Harrison in furnishing fat places to so many of his relatives. We stand neutral on that question, having an application on file in Washington to he appointed Indian Commissioner for this reservation. If we don't got tho appointment we shall have a very de cided opinion on Mr. Harrison's nepo tism, ll we do get it we shan't bite tho hand which feeds us. Oxe More Chance; Billy Dobson, proprietor of the Blue Front saloon and gambling house, was the first subscriber to the Kicker. He en couraged us and occasionally lent us money, and out gratitude has pre vented us from drawing attention to his den of iniquity. We can't promise to hold off much longer. We shall give him one more chance to reform the place, and if he doesn't improve it we shall give him three or four col umns per week of the hottest kind of language. Gratitude is all right up to a certain limit Beyond that an editor owes a dut3T to the public Please Excuse. Our proof-reader was off on a drunk last week and our two printers were called to Tombstone to see their mother die. We were very busy in our grocery, harness shop, hardware and millinery store, and the Kicker did not present the ap pearanco and interest we could have wished for. We had to chuck in six columns of old patent medicine ads, and the first page was the same mat ter as tho week previous, but these things are trifles incidental to the bus iness of a great publishing house. We trust that our suhscrihers will over look all mistakes and encourage us to greater efforts by promptly renewing their subscriptions. Detroit Free Press. Manufacture of Celluloid. The manufacture of celluloid la largely carried on in France. A roll of paper is slowly unwound and at the same time saturated with a mixture of five parts of sulphuric and two parts of nitric acid, which fall3 on the paper in fine spray. This changes the cellulose of the paper into pyroxiline, or gun cotton. The excesses of the acid having been expelled by pressure, the paper is washed with plenty of water, and all traces of acid are re moved. It is then reduced to a pulp .and passes on to the bleaching trough Most of the water having hyeen got rid of by means of a strainer, it is mixed with from twenty to forty per cent, of its weight in camphor; a second mix ture and grinding follows. The pulp Is spread out in thin slabs, which ar squeezed in the hydraulic press until they are as dry as chips. They are then rolled in heated rollers, and come out in strips," whiqh are ready to he worked up into any desired form. N. Y. Mail and Express. . 1 Strange hut true. "The qute marriage" makes the most noise when It gets out Chicago IriterOcean. Iho Great Exterminator cf CIoocl Poison lAUof the opis!ou S. S. a. should ctod r.t th head, of the llzt cf blood remedies. 1 crrl-rcd zl thia coaclcclca "from the testimony of scores of persona v.lio hs.vo ta:d rr.c cf t!.e r?x:d rcszl: j f roz Its ucc. I have beer. tcU'.T'j it. l S. foryer- , r.r ilium won alarms sdc. O. A. Clntrorrrr, UaHcTvcr, Arh Treotlre oaTlcou ar.d tklu Th iz-3 ! " RHEUMATISM CURED! liculi's Rheumatic Gore Has stood tho tests of thonaanda. and hu proved Itself a never-falllnfr and Infallible fPiC01011"3 BLOOD, 8KL axd KJD.NEY DISEASES. Iti3& SUPERLATIVE TONIC, bnllda np the shattered system, and cares dis ease by removing the cause. Send stamp for book, ruU of certificates of remarkable cures. HUNN1CUTT MEDIGIKE CO., Atlacta.Ga. Mirs.ot Hunnlcutt's Tbmt and Lung Cure, for ths curs of Bronchitis, Ceufht, Asthma, urns n 4eMumpuoru LIFE'S HISTORY; Ita Smiles and Tears. Such is the course or life, made up of sunshine and gloom, glad ness and sorrow,, riches and poverty, health and disease. Wo may dispel the gloom, ban ish the sorrow and gain riches; but sickness will overtake us, sooner or Inter. Yet, hap pily, that enemy can he vanquished; pains and aches can he relieved; there is a balm for every wound, and science has placed it within the reach of all. There is no discov ery that has proven so great a blessing as lr. Tutt's liver Pills. In malarial regions, where Feverand Ague, Bilious Diseases and ailments incident to a deranged liver prevail, they have proven an inestimable boon, as a hundred thousand living witnesses testify, Tutt's Liver Pills sure Antidote to malaria,'' Price, 25c Office, 39 & 41 Park Place, N. Yi SMITH'S BILE BEANS Acton the liver and bile; clear the complexion; euro biliousness, sick headache, costiveness, malaria and ail nver ana siomaca uisuruero. v.'e are now making small size Bile Beans, especially adapted for cbfertren and women very small and easy to take- Price of either size 25c per bottle- A panelelzePHOTO-GRAVyREofthe above picture, "Kissing at 7-17-TOTniaiIed on receipt of 2c 6tamp. Addressthe makers of the J. F. SMITH & CO.. St. Louis, Mo- elys CATARHfc Creaffl Bali Cleanses tlie Nasal Passages Inflammation.! Heals the Sores, restores the Sense ol Taste an cii Smoll ren Street, New York. scorn EMULSION Of Pure Cod Liver Oil and HYPOPHOSPHiTES of Lime and Soda ia endorsed and prescribed by leading physicians because botn the Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosjihites are the recognized agents In the cure ot Consumption. It is as palatable as milk. Scott's Emulsion wi?2 is a xconderful JFle$h Frodnccr. It is the Bet Remedy for CONSUMPTION, Scrofula, Brmchitii, Wasiiaf Dis eases, Chromic Gturhs ant Colis. Ask for Scott's Emulsion and take no other. 1 Dojfcli'TF" fir WOMEN HoTecied la ibt special practice forlJutSOye. WlUlBcre&x Appetite, Blood, Weleht. Streagth, Vigor. Insure Better Cost plexloa. nunrewMd tor Scanty or Palnfal ImnUaritles S2 A FULL gQSTH'S COCRSK. 3 gQ.YTtiS $J5. "VS. WHITTIUS. ST XOUH. 3CO n ii ten crviN mnu -1 A particle Is appliad into eaek nostril and is agreeable Price 5o cents, at druggists : by mail legistcred, 60 cent. ELY BROTHERS 6 War The life and murderous crime of BILL one of tlie most noted west, executed at Nevada, Mow ; December 28, 1883, has been publishd in .pimphlet form, il lustrated. The book gives the mil details of the trial of Pox for the murder of T. W. Hpward May 20, 1883, and the confession of his murf J i; x.i - r."m sr TJ Drino 1fln A rl H -ioa aJlfv&i-- J. Medical and Surgical Office For the successful treatment of all Diseases of ihe Eye, Eyelids and Ear. ALSO Diseases of the Head, Throat, Lungs, Catarrh, Hrt iJ.iver Stomach. Rheum uisin. Files, Skin Diseases, Ulcers of aU kinds, Fistula in A no, and Diseases Peculiar to Females, such as Ulceration of the Womb, Absent, and Diffi cult Menstruation. General Surgery For all Diseses where MedU". Treatment Is no avail. Grmulatul EvelMs cured without C; ustic or Burniug. THE CANCER ANTIDOTE A suie cure for Cincer aa l Turn irs of all kinds. Thia remedy in a few hours converts the Tu mor into carbon and it crumolef away. It causes no pain and Is n it poisonous to the system. Family Practice And Diseases of Chtld.ea Treited Successfully, IR. F.B. FESLEK Being in practice for the past 27 ye-tre ; 13 year in Philadelphia and St. imis. an 14 years in Sedalia can give references from piti-nt whom he has cured of every disease of the human form. OrFlcK. 113 Ohio St-eet, four doori from Main, SEIMLIA. MO. 7-2M&wtf P. H. Sanghjse, Hsnky JLax, Notary Public. Sangree & Lamm, X.u -A- "VF Y jJ JHL S Office: PettU couaty bank building ront rooms, np Rtairs. 309 Ohio street. ly JOSEPH PATT. VETE KIN &.HY SUKGEON, TREATS A LI. KINDS OF DISEASED kM CRIPPLED STOCK. , Dental work, the treatment of diseased eves, and c strating natural and Eidgeling horses a specialty. I also carry a large assortment of specific remedies, s ch as salves, liniments, and cciic cures. I prepare these remedies my self and have used them for years with the best success. I am a graduate of Prussia and Ger many have been employed there for years io the government service and guarantee entire satisfaction. Office at Menfee'd Barn, corner of Main and Moniteau streets. Resid-nce S- W. Corner Fourth and Kentucky streets. Two blocks west of court house. 13 2 JoseplL jFit ECTSCHER THIERARZT. "YWvs vs e "Boot 5ov DON'T YOUR Rubber'Boots until you haye seen the "COLCHESTER" with "Extension Edse" Napoleon Top. This Is the best fitting and MOST DURABLE BOOT In the market. Made of the Best PURE CUM stock. The "Extension Edge1' protects the up- . per, adds to wear of the Sole by giving broader treading surface, AND SAVES MONEY FOR THE WEAKER. nAil9T BUY YOUR ARCTICS UN UUN 1 TIL YOU HAVE SEEN THE COLCHESTER ARCTIC with "Outside Counter." Ahead of ALL others In style durability. If you want the worth of your money try the Colchester with "OUTSIDE COUNTER." At who'e al by Peters & Mil er Siioe Com pany, 7M and 706 Washington Avenue. Si. Lou s, Mo., Ask. your m xehant for tlaem. 12 13 w ly Founded in 1824 by Jacob Keed . VETERINARY SURGEON. The Undersigned, treats all kinds of DISEASED AND CRIPPLED STOCK. All dental work and the treatment of diseased eyes a speciality. I have been employed in the Government service oiV Germany for years and guarantee entire sati-f iction. Kesidence Fourth and Kentucky street Sedalia, Mo., or Grocery Store and Lunch Room 109 East Main St. ueutcher thierabzt. 6-18w6 SEND FOR PUB CATALOGUEano PRICES ATLAS ENGINE WORKS, INDIANAPOLIS. 1ND. oi criminals ever in the n - t mEST GOOD " Sedalia! Ho. mTT TinVi ; I nl I.I. Pill uiuli jl un :