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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. JANUARY 7, i890.
4 SEDALIA BAZOO.f-JJ- S PUBLISHED BY ftt J. West Sofldwin Printing Company. TEBXS OF iit'aSCRIPTIOW . 4n1v inr1n,1fncr Rnnlw. Xt tear...-. 00 SEWS DEALERS fcecalarly supplied at 2 cents per copy. Ail subwriDtions payable in aiTance, and dis eatinued at end of tima paid for. BOW TO SEND MONEY. Remittance msv be made by diaft. money rder or registered letter, at our risk. Give post See address in full, including state aud count? -and address J. WEST GOODWIN, President and Manager. TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Easiness office J rooms b From developments recently made in the strike of the railroad employes in Indiania, it is quite evident that the organization of a Law and Order league is needed at Evansville and Terre Haute to put the wheels of commerce in motion. The'sUtement of the condition of the Missouri Trust company published m this issue of the Bazoo is a splen did showing for that well known inititutnn and ahows it to be as solid m m rock. It is a credit to oeaaiia and a verv useful institution. Its officers are reliable business men and clMsant zentlemen. The article concerning the removal oi tne Agricultural college irom wj- Sanity edition per year, . Wee-ay, 52 number per rer......-.... 1 Daily, deliTexed, per week .. 1 J 1 J I - w t lamina, contributed to the Kansas WCH Dr. Bartholomew of Philadel itj Live Stock Vindicator, by Hon. pbjft recomends as safeguards : the J. H. BothwsII of this city, and whicn will be found in a condensed form in ftthr rlnmn nf this naner. is boihL tlrd appropriate. There no il tiara luan quCTwuu uui, -u. tucLo ut many aouses connected wim me -a.g- ricultur&l college and it is high time omething were done in the matter -n-Ak jjgge j8 fcept it Columbia be- cause, Uolumbia uca. the college, tken state charity should interpose aria . j . , f t the thing settled m a charitable way. . , t t . . xiine agncuuurai community is 10 ae- wve any oenent rrom tne college as xney are fragile bits of tortoise-shell of the New York league club last sea was its legitimate and fundamental with gold tops, in a variety of designs, son, denies positively that he has any the more expensive ones being set idea of desertiner the Brotherhooa. . . j aU . , ., , . point rndmeh steps Uken to badd U wi witij uu uu icSiwuiic parpose. Mr. BOtnweu s article cie-1 serves to be widely read, and his views at . ..a. i i tr..iT :u I urcn paruuuiaaiy muu i were nas neen no organizea enonwr the reliet or Sedaha7s poor, and yet charity in a quiet way has not been idle. The BAzrw knows nf ftjwpa wWa -r Amn .r.;uQe ,vo ii uuuou -juiipuitcu wjr private uuaniy, and those who are prone to attack the church people for not doing for the poor, have little knowledge as to what kas alreadv been don. Man v f Ao Mi..cUni I - I itaoi ior tne umeiv neio ?iven would v il( possible that some really desery ing in this citv are m need of helD. vet the Xlzoo believe tht wr thpfr " W-, W .4hW4h. WW WWW I ing. Sedalia in her prosperity has hmnt W liprh wifh w t r" - ? ucu i thstheirt l.anTV0.1 tn fWa ? -rrww " - F rapuuoo nzjiuu ii at once umeiy ana l.:T- r i. i I lm accordance with the dictates of the m . . . . .-la, Hater's teachings. There aonears to be an irrzsistible mftn.lf f.: i r j 6 .nWCi wmers so iry to create panics oyer i.1 t.i- i.t mt . 1 w uuunu -tea i in. xney are never C m9PPJ unless they can publish stories KWa . .... I ! &tal epidemic and diBiitron. pogue. According to them, it is a question of time when humanity it to be decimated by disease-the v-uj unuertwufcj uemg as to tne anasurjgmg i mail ai nigm ; worse by outside bet of $5,000. Jack Demp maUdy of which people are te die. lTJcfe that McAuJiffe has prac- Jut now these panic-mongers are fill-1 T. of the influenza. According Wiwejx reporw, tne European hospi- tatewefull of patents and whole .- . t .it I viww 0Wiv0u , Luv mrgcaL ury- goods establishment ia Paris is said , v. t . to, have been closed in consequence of achools have 500 pupils laid low ; so many deputies are attacked I wu ii ia jjropoeea 10 ciose tne unam- bit,; one-third pf the telegraphers on 1 o c I l fc- Z . ' . -"iy caooi orot. jyi js (ciosea : one-third ofthe-'lotol mortaHty is charged ' to up because all the ship-carp2Dter3 are sickc In Austro-Hungary there is a large increase in mortally, which is set down to influenza. A panic pre vails in Spain and Portugal. In the Eastern States, everybody who has a cold in his head reports himself as a victim of La Grippe, and goes about warning his neighbors to be warned by his melancholy example. The police of Brooklyn declare that luey are crippled and must take a few days off. There is talk of closing the thea ters in New York. Senator Ingalls has had to iake to his bed and will snarl at nobody for a day or two. In Chicago, the lawyer who prosecuted Croniu's murderer has been taken down probably as a judgement on bim. Much of this is probably what reporters call a "fake." The storiei read like wild fiction, based on a alight substratum of fact. There is nothing new in influenza ; it is an old ac quaintance ; we know all about it. It is rarely fatal ; it does not usually prevent its victims from attending to business. It sometimes assumes an epidemic type and cases beeoma fre- quent, out u never lays wnoie com- munities low. It has never in its past visitations created a general panio ; there is no reason why it should do so nQ Jt ig probably not neirlj B0 much to be feared as the remedies inhalation of sulphuric-acid gas, fi ve (-raini of chinoidin three times a dav w Q;w. r.f o.intfii t iVU A patient who itirriTed these . nu tiaai4 e wn amHamin 1 imco " vi"uu""v' HAIR ORNAMENTS. BtiKtifal TorioUe-Sfaell Comb aadfjLaf El Fsncj Price. A quaint old fashion has been -rived in the wearing: of small sid- combs. Many of these are costl? .A a 7 1 oum uj jen oioi a iui sums rsutf" rU the way from $5 to 50 apleoa. with pearls, diamonds or other stones. Holdbg back stray side locks, they ii-tvo merib 01 uein useiui as weu i ulumouwt au uu.iauy wnauuu, ak . a. ' Wlirv Wlp nnrnha ttlen - 1 iiiirHH 1 1 hkj i iv3-c.ni. 3 rfMHnn inn miuinv i gold or beading. Others are archei in various flocicrnR Snmpt.m ef?-i I..-... VI Of cold, but Oft.ftn fllahnratAltr f. -KritTi I T.of?n JtT I 3 in :ach lntepsftf,ftn R Bhown at Spaulding s, besides some costly specimens of transparent enam- eL Ueld UP to tne "ff. these tops Bnow rlctl colors llke stained glass, regembU : miniature SOTTlfl OatMn catnearai window, uther combs are set with milk-white pearls or sparkle I a row 01 iarer Drillianx;s. mJ ? l STT A V :2L fo ,vf -u; xL -u a. v. Vwi0 uo ue- Bmall screw- wliP.n t.A imnPF nat fin be used as a breast-pin. Daisies and pansies with diamond dew-droDs in lQelp nearts or ie favorite cluster ot m ... . . . 1 isweeL-peas, may oe usea ior ornament- J ation. Like the others, they may -m a reach extravagant values, but they re also temptingly beautiful. . t. ... , ujBao uiiobt ara oi i?renoo manufacture. It is said that that? I . . . 77 1 couid not be reproduced in this oou wy. especially the enamels, whioh an .... . I wopksoi arL-mcago newt. n 18 oi a pious, weU-me&ainff I I T X 1 A . . E Aor mat upon one occasion m 8unday school he prayed: "And Wen the superintendent of this school, who , , c , , .. . . n&s iea sucn a long, reaious, unnswan 11 At iA 3 . I mo XiVes auperinienaeM couia -wesBaBmiie."- Symptojit-Moiitnii; .intense itchiDf coming very sore, Swavne's Ointment stops the itching and bleedmjr, heals tbe At pr by for 15 J. , ?S""- W'l'l-Iaa al vokivtx a juii.uc AJirci JL XI J a It lUCV If 111 IJU5C uxYeiy cure 11 People who have usp- tnem fiPeak frankl7 01 their worth. Thy re smaii &du easy to worK. j-iuue uiyer jrius win be ache. Thousands of letters from people T ? u' T F ye tu,a iacj f women. Nsikps. innitrpetmri- hlna f 1 nr nana..! Ar . 1 "WX 5 f a-vr I aimy, aeprebsion, Bieepiessness, nver and AmucJr j-luuulcfuu "fv1 &nec"on, per- . ' -s-. THE SPORTING WORLD. What is Going on Among the Ball Players, the Pugilists, on the Race track and Elsewhere. A resume of the Principal Events that have Transpired and that are to Occnr. T. Pollock & Sons, of Blooming ton, 111., last week bought tbe prom ising bay colt Ellerton, of J. H. Per ry, Lexington, Ky. The price was $1,000. There will be no more piize fights, glove fights or any other pugi listic encounters in New Orleans. Mayor Shakespeare has issued a proc lamation prohibiting all. Henry Gastwright, who is con sidered the coming pitcher of the pro fession has signed a Columbus, Ohio, contract. The Brooklyn brotherhood club tried hard to get him. Champaigne Charley, the famous 6 year old bay colt of Lexington, owned by M. Walker, died last week of lock-jaw. In his 2 year old form his winnings were $12,525. VonDer Ahe of the St. Leuis Browns has signed a new catcher who is said to be a rustler. James J. Ad ams is his name, and he played last vear with the Colorado league. There is no truth in the report that Mr ifer Mutrie of the New York League club has agreed to take charge of the Players' team in that city. He says he will stick by the old National League. W. H. Rocap. who was the ama- Iteur feather-weight champion of f S&ffi w . J fever. Hii physician, however, thinks that he will pull through. There should be some sport of (he first order in San Francisco soon of a Diirili3lic nature. Dominick McCaffrey is about to start from New York with a large purie and will en I deavor te get on a match with either 1 MnAniiff n, fWr PJannhe. I " ww w.B w F-ank O'Day, the great piicher I He has sicaed a contract with the SyoS league. nd mjs he will stick br them whatever mav occur. - i r. i i it s in t ri mi .1 .i i i i mrrvr- n . of the Chicago club, was m Kansas I CJitv Friday. Despite recent losse? ired, 8efemB, tulF nent ot e isrotherhood scheme. ie says oom mtvAvv a - W f !ha ma Knntiftf h r r f hn l rr ,aacJ auu VUBlHC xcuuciu ui mc ojlw tons will both si?n with the Plavers League. It is a question whether "Snaf fer" Garrison, the famousjockey will be perm 'tied to ride in England or not, if he takes his projected trip. It Y. ,lfc0 amnnn- . ho nliil r.rlWp to have a man serve an apprentice- ship of seven years before entering the ring as a protes3ioual. There is aprobability of a National Jockey Club being formed. Mr. With- era. the well Known horseman, has wnten to Lnclana tor the rules eov- : i, a-. ' C1? ro? UD1ie ia a s.et of that win oe or nenenu 10 raciog. -r-i . 1. 1 ? .... J?ogarty, wno u piaying cenier If T T --I aL . 17 l... neia wiin me xosiou lexui now in San Francisco, is said to have lost $1,000 in bucking the tiger on the Pacific coast For this reason the -11 i -r T. irniiaueipnia j-icBgutj jh oegiiining tn mnnt. nn trettinp- thftir tine n aver o o 7 rJ back before the spring has far advan Iced. - The fc Uoing gire Wilton by Greorce Wilkes, dam Alhe, owned lomtly by W. U. Jb'rance and iJower man 5ro.. at Lexington, J&.y was - -W . f sold last week to the latter parties. Th Tna w nmmtm. hnt is miM tn r 71 be the larffest ever paid for a stallion 0 America. Jack McAuliffe. champion light weight of the world, and Tiramy Carroll will meet before the California fight is for a purse of $3,500 and an tically a sure thing. Edward Hanlon, the sculler, is J flandaar a sinp'- shell race for from $2,C0O to $5,000 a side, to be rowed before nexl July. Hanlon then sug gests a number r4, lake.-, but finally submits the whoo affair to a referee. President Day of the New York League Ciub, went to Roger Conner's home in Connecticut oue day last rm week for the purpose of signing him for the commips vear. The big nrst baseman to:- n.ai, nowever, mat tnere nnnnif h mnon -in ?j gttt V rsrtr 1 1 - . . 1 . j 1 to induce him lo de3e.: the brother- j Old Tom Allen, the ex-champion heavy weight pugilist of America, says he don't think there is a man in the world who can stand up before John L. Sullivan if he be in coudi- tiou. He was present at the luch burg fight and says that the great slugger was at least thirty pouads too heavy. The great bill'ard tournament which will commence in New York on February 20, promises to ue a bis: feature in the billiard world. Such experts as Slosson, Sexton, Daly, Heise: and Ives have entered and others will follow. The prizes and purses to be contended for are numer ous and very valuable. Dick Keating of Lafayette, Ind. , and Edward Carey of Crawfordsville, fought twenty-three rounds in Boone county last week. The men weighed 185 pounds each aud were equally matched. The fight was even up to the last round, when Keating knocked Carey out with a right-hand swing in the jaw. Tbe sparrow shooting match in Philadelphia last week between the veteran Cnpt. Bogardus and Frauk Kleinz, the local champion, resulted in a tie, each man killing 16 birds out of 20 fared at, 30 yards rise. A final match will be shot at Long Branch this week. Capt. Bogardus is now 57 ye.-rs of age, but his eye is as good and his finger as quick as when he was a much younger man. When Pitcher Terry, of the Brooklyns, greeted his friends a few days since, they thought he had be came master of volapuk or one ef the dead languages. They were all mis taken, however, for he simply spoke in the fashionable prevalent langue de Gripae and said, 'Tve got th id fieuedza id by dose so bad I can't shell by shelling salts Slavin, the Australian fighter who has had such a successful career in England, has finally been knocked out by Cupid. There was a pretty bir maid at the hotel where the Aus tralian made his headquarters while training for his bout with Jem smith, and it is said that she has captured the pugilist's heart and that they are to be married. Edith Slater is the name of the fair one, and SlaTin will biing his bride to America with him. Men who have ficed John L. Sullivan claim that when in the hest of battle he has a moat awful ex pression on his face, and stout hearts have quailed at the sight of it. Paddy Kyan said after Ms first battle for the championship with the big fel low that when he looked at Sullivan, toward the close of the fight, he al most feared for his life,as there was the expression of a murderer on Sulli van's face, others have said that they could not bear to look at the champion's face when boxing with him lest their courage forsake them. There are those who attribute the big fellow's success in part to the awful terror inspired by his glare. Don't give up, there is a. core for catarrh and cold iu the head. Thousands testify that Ely's Cream Balm ha3 entirely cared them. It is a safe and pleasant remedy. Is is applied into the nostril?. It is not a liquid or snuff. It cares by cleansing and healing. Price 50c. Songlltror 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 tbe nostrib. It gives re'ef at once and a thorough treatment positive ly cares, Price 50c Muskets and Bayonets in a Tree. One niht, long since, H. T. Huff, a well known coal dealer of Atlanta, Ga., while cutting down a bee tree on his farm, five miles from Atlanta, on the Sandtown road, made a strange discovery. The bees were in a hollow tree, and Felix Jackson (colored) waa put to work with an ax to hew II down. Lawd a mercy!" exclaimed the negro, as he dropped his axe and peered into the opening he had made by the light of a torch'. The negro had discovered an arsenal whoM implements of war were like the gua off&ipVan Winkle after his sleep of twenty years. In the hollow tree were eight old army muskets and two bayonets which had been stored away by soldiers twenty-five years ago. The stocks of the guns had nearly rotted away, and the barrels were rusted. The tree had grown about one of the bayonets and made it immovable. St Louis Globe-Democrat A woman living near Freehold, 1?. J., nearly eighty years old, efaims she Has traveled but once on the cars, never saw a steamboat, and was never more than twenty miles from home. Epoch. The transition from long, lingering and painful sickness to robust health marks an epoch in the life of the individual. Such a remarkable event is treasured in the memory and the agency whereby the good health has been attained, is gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so much is heard in praise of Electric Bitters. So many feel they owe their restoration to health, to the use of the Great Alterative and Tonic If you are troubled with any disease of Kidneys, Liver or Stomach, of long or short standing, vou will surely find relief by use of FJectric Bitters. Sold at 50c and ?1 per bottle at Mertz & Hale's drug store. Scratched 28 Tears. Boy covered with scnles. ltcfiinjc t er rible. Snflerinp entile. Moreef. Doctors- mi nietl iene fall. Speedi ly cured by Cu.icara hi h cost ef SO. Cured by Cuticura. If I had Inown ot the Cuticcea Re043 twenty-eisht yers 3go. It would have savrj me $:00 00 (tTo hundred collars) and an iajm,nce amount of suffe-ine. Jry disease (nsorasl") com menced on kit hcaa in a spot iol larger Jjan a cent It spirad lapidly a'l over my body and go uuder my nails. The scales would drop off of me all the fine, aud uy suffering w..s e:idl33 and w thorn .e'lef. One thousand tl'dlars rotild Dotteaipt me to have this disease over j-yi a I am a pc r man, but feel rlca to be lelievcd f wurt uine doctors said T7aa ieorosy, tome Iiswotm, po ilai , etc 1 took......rnd.. .Sa.-sapnlla over cut- v' 8cd a half, imti ocuic. lean no p ise Cutjccka ItSMKDirs. teo much. TIiy nae ma e my sfcUi as clear aui ireofrom tcale a- a Iiaoys All I used of them wre three b ize ul Cutcoka, nd three bo.tlea oi CcTiCCBA. RiL-OLVKjiT, and ivo cake of Coticcba Soap. If jou ii.vi beet lie e and said yoa would have curd mo Tor ,S20U.C0 you Tvojld have had th money, i looCed like tsepl';..' -e in jour book oCpsoiiibis (picture nuutLeriHu. 'L'ow to Cure Skin ueseawes") but I am as clear asanv p tmu ever waj. Through lorce of bai.t I rul my a-ms and Us once In a vhi'e to sj'atch, but to n purpose. I am all well 1 scatcad tweutv egbty.ars.and it got tube a itiud oi a second nutans to me. I thank y u a thousind times' DENNIS DOWNrNG, Wate.burj , Vt. OUTIOURA RESOLVENT. The nw blood and bin n r'fier and puiest and b'.at of Humor Btmedir;, 'iinernallT, aou CUTiCO RAhereat Skin ure, aud Cuticcca Soap, an exquisib Skin beaui2r .esternlly, snredPy and peimantly enre every &p-cits of itcn'ng. ia-ning, scaly, crusted, pimply, ecro'uloy and hereditary tibi-ates a d humors of the akin. sca.p ana blood, with losw of hair, from pimplen to scrvfnta. 8old everywhera. Pxlre, Cuticura, B0c. : Soap 25j. ; KxaoLTKar, fl. j.r'parfd by the . orraa DVQ & CHKMICAL COXPORATIOV, Oi7lX areud for "How to Cure Hktu Diseases," 64 pacf, r-0 ill uatr lions, and 100 vcs.imoniab. MTB't i lact-beadi, red, rough, chapped.ani oi'y ekiu pieveuted by CtrrxouaA fcOAP. FREE FROM RHEUIATISI- la m BmisMt Cutfeua il-Pa'jt HlMtev e'i-TCTiker- ma.'sni. sciatic, h'.p, v.!dnv. ckast. aadmoacular mini and wakntKes. The lm aad only paln-kiHijs plaster. EaUbliahed 1868. in corporal 18 S3. WHEN IN THE OTTT, CALL AT THE Aod subecribe for the oldest, Jtrgcat, best and ebetpect piper in Sedalia. ., ( 50 eta oer month br mail. 65 eta pr month deliYertd. Sunday, $2.50 per year. Weekly, 1 1.00 per year. "A boap Hubble,, is one ot tht most m m aK fa a takinz nonsensical creation of the day. It is well supplied with popular music, and when the minor lafs horse play step in to ke?p .he ball rolling. Last niehf a perform ance was attended by a good sized and ap preciative auditr ce. Mr. Connelly was as mirth provoking as ever, probably more so, and his songs were never better received. Miss Dollie Foster is as piqnant as a pinch of sonn. and though her voice is not of the most powerful, her vivacity and mimetic powers make full amends for any deficiency in the vocal line; aud Miss Ross is quite tuneful, lne cast generally was up to re quire men ts, and the audience felt quite sore when the curtain fell. Kansas City limes. 1 Say If you want to be happy, subscribe for the big Daily Bazoo only 15 ceats a week. If yoa want boarders, advertise it in tht Bazoo. If you want a faro, hand, advertise ia the Bazoo. If yon have a farm for sale, advertise it tn the Bazoo. If you want to sell a horse, advtrtise In the bazoo. If you have a house for sale advertise it in the Daily Bazoo If you have rooms for rent advertise them in the Daily Bazoo. If you want a servapt girl, 'dvertist in the Daily Bazoo. If yoa want to exchange property for foods, advertise in the Bajoo. A Method of Treating MMltal 41m. What are they? Tereiaa new depart ure in the treatment of disease. It consists in the collection of the specifics need by ntted specialists of Europe and America, aad briefing them withia 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 of other physicians, celebrated for curing catarrh was procured, and so on till these incomparable cures now include disease of the lungs, kidneys, female weaknec, rheu matism and aervoui debility. This new method of "one remedy for oae disease" must appeal to the common sense of all sufiereis, many of whom have expe rienced the ill effects, and thoroughly real ize the adsurditv of the claims of Patent ; Mecicmea which are guaranteed to cure every ill out of & single bottle, and the use of which as statistics prove, has ruined mores.omachs than alcohol. A circular de scribing these new remedies is sent free on receipt of stamp to pay postage by Hospital Eemcdy Company, Toronto, Canada, sole proprietors. Perfect S ht Am thoneanas cam testifv. there is nothiss it much to be desired as perfect shcht and perfect sight can oly be obtained by using c rf ect spectacles. C. 6. Taylor, our hose optician, exercises great skill and gatiamce a nttin. mese meeoing spectacle wiin cart ad comiori ta tae wearer, 12-lldtf fin Chas. E. Messerly "WISHES ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR. I take this method of thanking my friends and customers for their liberal patronage of the past and hope to merit the same in the future. I will make special efforts during the year 1890 to make my store the most popular and cheap est for good goods. I very much regret that during the great rush Christmas week, that so many of my cusfom mers were obliged to go away without having been served, although I had ten salesmen in attendance. The rush was unprecedented and we were wholly unprepared for such an immergency. My various department in charge of the following well known gentle- men, viz; Dress Goods Jno. G. Lumpee; Notions and Fancy goods Ernest E, Holtzen. Clothing and Cloaks Henry Meyer. Jno. A, Logan. E. E. Heller. Woolens Staples Boots and shoes Wm. R. Jacobs, Groceries Chas Gros?. I have inaugurated a clear ing sale for January. I have a large stock of goods on hand that I wish to convert into money and price will be no obiect. LOOK 00! FOR THE BI& "AD" ptra Groceries will go with the rest. LOOK! LOOK! Graaulated Sugar, 12 lbi $1 00 Light brown sugar, 15 lbi 1 00 ArbucWs Coffee 25 Star Tobacco 40 Joker " (good as Star) 25 Jack (full pounds).... 20 25 85 95 50 Green Tea.... Belle Flour. 1 1 l No. 8 Syrup, 5 gallon kegs. More next week, Tours Trnly, Chas. E. M esserif i 1 Seconi St.. Ojjosite Mattel Me;;