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THE SEDAIJA WEEKLY BAZOO, JAKUAKY 7, 1890.
8 "Preparing to As We prefer to have the counting goods. IVote The Following- Reductions. Ladies Walking Jackets $2.75 were $3.75. Ladies Walking Jackets 3.50 were $5.00. Ladies Boucle Modieskas 3.50 worth $6.50. Ladies Black English Walking Jackets $5. cheap at ?7.50 Ladies plain Seal Plush -rickets. $9.50 were $12.50. Ladies plain Seal Plush 30 cd $15.00 and ?2o.UU were $zu.uu ana $oo.w. Ladies plain seal plush sacques $18.00 to $30.00f worth. $10.00 apiece more. Ladies newmarkets, $3.74, irorth 25 per cent more. Childrens wraps beginning. Blankets, Comforts, Shawls Splendid values in Silks, Dress Goods. Knit Goods, Ho siery, Gloves and Mitts. Be sure and attend this sale. 304 and 306 PERSONAL W. A. Strong, of Ellinwood, 111., is at the Merchant's. F. W. Church, of Jefferson City, was In the city yesterday. I. Wolf, returned last night fron & visit to Kansas City. W. S. Wells and J. C. Shearer, of St. Xonis, are at the Kaiser. Presiding Elder Collins of Clinton was in the city yesterday. Clerk F. M. Frasier, had the -take hold on him yesterday. "grippe" The Kiralfy company numbering tfcirtj- persons are at Sicher's. . S. P, Mullins, ol T,oyr .Y.jisoyer Sunday at the Hotel Kaiser. Mrs. T. H. Vitt left for Tipton yester day to pay a visit to her parents. J. J. West, the Lamonte real estate man, is over Sunday at the Merchants. Mrs. H. E. Boyd, of St. Louis, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Dill Blair. Frank Newton, formerly of Sedalia, now of Denver, Colorado, is in the city. George W. Eberle, of YY"arrensburg, an M. EL & T. man, is at the Le Grande. Judge Bailey, of Sweet Springs, is staying oyer Sunday at the Hotel Kaiser. ""JrlV. O cull j, ul XTu -liucrrill'Oi lated among friends in the city yesterday. CaDtA. L. Zollinger, of Otterville. Mo., made the Bazoo a pleasant call yes terday. -Miss Annie Avery returned to Colum- "hift TPRtPrdav. to rvuitinno W nnnnm college. W. F. Miller, of Lincoln, who has been visiting in the city, returned home yesterday. rror. J. XL. uuance returned irom a visit witn relatives in aaiem, iu., yesterday Mr. and Mrs, George Hope, of Jefier- mrT fifv Ti.va Kiian vrioiinrv fytanAa Vi niA I for a lew days. Prof, G. L. Coleman of OtterVille was ihe guest "of his bretherMr. Major Cole- man, yesterday. . I Jlalor Wm. Gentry, who has been friends here yesterday. hmn D6en med Prof. J. M. Chance, who has speading the holidays in the city, returned to balem, ill., yesterday. -Mr. Alfred Dixon, who has been visit ing his wife in Indianapolis, will return home to-day or to-morrow. Miss Cora Yeater, who has been spend mgtne Holidays at home, returned to schoo1 at Kirkweod yesterday. The little Misses Faulhaber, Ingram and Grimshaw, who spent the holidays in jxixB. x. a. xrovrnmy, who nas oeen 1 in Fort Worth, yesterday morning. Gus DelaVergne went to Sedalia Tuesday morning to assist the superintend nt of telegraph for a couple of weeks. Clinton Advocate. Judge D. C. Metsker, of the Electric railway, will arrive here on Tuesday morn ing and arrangements for commencing the purvey of the streets for the line will be .immediately commenced. John E. Morgan, jr., wtnt to Sedalia Tuesday to commence his traveling trips ior a hardware house. He is likely to be in Benton county and soath every three weeks. Warsaw Enterprise. Prof. B. F. Hoffman, of fi; . oldlfriend of W.M. Godwin, came dow ihis morning to pay him a visit before re- turning to his duties as teacher at the i .state university. Clinton Democrat Charles W. Lyon and L W. McCon- their lead mines in Morgan county. They jr much pleased at the outlook and are confident that there is a bonanza in the property Ott Ir Oi Mexiee. A wr eenriittv of Itam. Qeoree J. roiiocr, wile and sons, j . t. Barrett, wife and daughters, 1). a, daughters. Mrs. T. K. i. . . -' r i Javnes and Mrs. Travis will Ic&ta nPrt Taesday eveniag in a special car for the Citr of Mexico. a xne party wm oe anseni unui aoout tne woui vi me miuuui ana anucinate aifranai Tim inn thm Ulrnrx trnsfa f hii vruutfa. I "7 - w 7r , -v v-jrwn--1 $kbm nay be rwdued, J spending a few days in St JLouin, returned wen Xr have been in correspondence with N.J. mt m; It is probable that one of the old teams Coleman, of the Rural World, and thrtrowaT wrt ?S5 of j-."!?. a -w spanof horsessecur- the probabilities are that the attend; Take Stock! money to measuring or Jackets, satin lined, cnamois inch walking coats, Satin lin- 5. 6,50, 7.50, 10. and 12.50, $1.50 and upwards. and all heavy goods at a sac- Bargains for everybody. Ohio Street. Offieers iHstAllnl District Deputy Grand Master. W. U . Gosi age, W. S. Beitler, S. J. Lupe, S. A. Boss, G. B Garlonk and.F. Weeks went to Smith ton last night and installed the newly elected officers in Smithton Lodge No, 264 I.O.O.F. Name CMMmse. A special meeting of the Pettis County Wheel was held yesterday in the hall oyer j the Labor Exchange store on Mam street and the name changed to Peltis Coun y Branch of the National Farmers Alliance and Labor Union. This was in accord ance with the results arrived at by the late convention of the Farmers and Knights of Labor. There were about fifty members present at yesterday's meeting. The next meeting will be held on the second Satur day in February. For beauty, for comfort, for improve- ment of the complexion, use only Pozzonrs Powder; there is nothineeaual to it. Before JudeeBradv at the nolice court yesterday morning there were three cases, The first called were two colored damsels who had been fiehtine the nieht before on Ohio street, Lizzie Paine - - i and Mollie unver. moiiie put in an appearance with a very much damaged countenance. Une of her eyes was closed and there were , bnaps on Ixar iu!. The Paine woman did not show the effects of the "tnQn T Judge Brady assessed a fine of $10 and costs on each and Jklollie Oliver got an ad- amonai tor oemg aruns. Jonn J" Bummers, tne redoubtable, UP oa ine oia cnarge aruUK. He plead very hard to cire him a little !25 ni$L "SSSJJJSJt niuivii ajjl, uuuiuau uiuuKUk lb WUU1U Uc I an exceUent pUn to take him at his word andJudee Brady assessed a fine of $25 I but gave John Henry the privilere of navmg it remitted if he would leave the three hours. Chairman fihultr of the fire committee is anxious to get an appropriation for a hook and ladder truck and is going to try 1 J X . 1 T 1 T - I vei xinroio accompiisn jus uesires. e c1h,am,bermaid bone by the boys at No. Ts .house, certauilj reflects credit. it would put to khame the room keeping of keeping some of the housewives. mi . . . xne cigarette riris attract a very reat aeai 01 attention at iNo. z's house from 1 . passers-by when standing in front of the windows. jcoremsn jcu Aaams ininKS ine new T71 "Tl Jt it jt 1 . Chicago Preston hose waeon by far the best yet produced. rm, 1 served during the week of prayer, con-1 mencing to-morrow nieht : Monday evening. Broadway Presbyter ian church, Eev. A. R Farrii, "Personal coniession and supplications." 'lueeday evening, Cumberland Presby terian church, Bev. B. D. Black. "Nations ana meir rulers." T ml 1 Wednesday evening. Conrresrationil church, Rev, A; H. Stephens, "The rising generation. Thursday evening, Ohio street Metho- dist church, Eev. B. F. Boiler, and Mohammed ans." "For Jews Friday evening, M. E. church, south, Bey. M. M. Davis, 'The heathen." Sataeven.Chriflt!? rvicbS Th?SUL.atI2Ll dock. ihe leader is limited to ten minatea dis cussion of the topic, and others are r- pecieu 10 occupy noi more man live min utes. x. M. C. A. Motea. lo-day's programme at the association will be at 8:30 a.m. Workers training class. The question of sin and its effect nn the human mind will be diascussed, at 2 5;.. r,0ii0-ni?! eixti?al tum me ucxx xuture ior xo. nouse, ance win De very larce. .ine interest J. B. Barrett, wife ' n 6 m-WtlD fJr lumbago and will find a valuable "remedy . Smith, wife and 'S0?0 in Dr. J.H. McLean'. Volcanic OU Uni Potter, Mrs. Mary J , ment ; it will banish pain and subdue in- r v zz ".wu trnnn m.n nn i Seidell B. Spencer, of St. Louis, mow ber of tte Sute executive committee made pieasant can at tne rooms on Friday tTC"iU' csecretarv Krnr.ft. or th iriMfnn yr V C. A I fli. MuiU i I v au Minuip uwew con-1 atneinf next Baiday for a short tiau. BOOZE MACHINES. Drop a Nickel m the Slot and Get a Bottle of Whisky.' The "nickel in the slot machine" has been talked about a good deal, but it seems to have remaiued for Kansas City to cap tho climax io re to what it may be used for. m.fl vQTTn - pnT7Qpoi ni.oa They have m several public places ill lUEk prugieaaive i'-ijf ujouuiuco slot and following it by another, a neat vial containing about two ounces of pretty fair Kentvcky sour mash rt;WTr oam.. Tf ?e Tioil fn tall "Z7mT - " niiiniKV ii unuia. ,au ij axulu. aw nilftli 1UJ UX3 LUC UUUUUiC 1U mo J.au. AO refers to this invention of the nine- teenth century, nut it does seem a little singular that these booze ma chines should be more popular and numerous so near the border of the banner prohibition state of the union. Eatertala the Stoekmesi. The committee appointed by the Commerciri Club, on fedoy, to make . . ... .1 "mCu cuiU ouXJKmen at meir convention, met veaterdav afternoon in the club rooms. It was decided to arrantre for a re- nal court room on probably the even I T. t 1 .1 1 I At wM o arrangea mat ine ciuo rooms shoald be thrown open to those in attendance on the convention while - - was m gession. The committee verv lar beiag taken aU over Qfa t,0 Sreater than at any PreV1 the state is previoa one. Departed Ttals Life. William Binder, of East Sedalia, lost valuable Newfoundland dog in a singular maneer yesterday. The amroal Bprang out from a yard toward a passing baggy and in some way turned over and struck his head full against the curb. Hb neck was broken, and his career on earth thus cut short. Trial at IasaBte. Marshal Thos. Hughes and Deputy Mar shal Jack Cross were tried before a justice 01 the peace and a jury at JLamonte yester day ior alleged assault and oattery on Charles Sogers at Lamonte Christmas day, whom they were trying to arrest and handled pretty roughly. The verdict was not guilty, George Longan prosecuted ard W. D. Steele defended. The evidence showed that Borers was drunk, resisted arreet and got his nose broken. Pettis C. Horticultural Society. A county society was recently organized by the election 01 Geo. W. Parish of beda lia president, Herman Montseee of Bea man vice president, uhepard. Lamonts treasurer and L. T. Kirk, Sedalia secretary. The next meeting will be held in the criminal court room, Sedalia, at 10 o'clock Saturday, Jan. 11. Mr. L. A. Goodman, secretary of the state society, will deliver an address. The committee on revision of the constitution and Berry Box timber will make their report. The subject for discussion will be "Soring Plantation" opened by H. Mom- sees of Bearaan.j All interested in horticul ture are cordially invited to be present. L. T. JURE, Setfy. Persons who lead a life of exposure 'ubjectto Thenm.li.rn, nenrdti. d S animation .- For Sale at ft Bartraln. u -f, v.:. c a it i. vi. n j .... . . . .... J ti uie Mit supply, liqairt at tail oaor 1-Mwlxa, Tke xCosfeMerate AMuciatlen. The next regular meeting of the Ex-Confederate Benevolent associa tion, of Pettis county, at R. P. Archer's ofiice, next Saturday after noon, promises to be one of unusual interest. The large attendance Irom the country, where, 'tis said, "the woods are full of 'em," will no doubt be the means of swelling the member ship to one hundred or over. Said a prominent member of the association to a Bazoo reporter yesterday : "The association carries with it no political signifi cance, whatever, as you will see from its constitution and by-laws, but is purely benevolent and .historic in its character. You must remember the Ex Confederates, like the G. A. R's, are very fast getting on the shady side of life, and there is no telling how many of ub that may vet need, in our de- A u el c responded to by nearly all the guests pres the benefits of such an Unt. ciming years, me ueneiius ui auuu au organization. The Gr. A. !R. orgauizationa, I understand. aside from the pov- nmmanf oaaJot.no voiainoP vue lur vueir aiujs. aim neeuy , a very commendaoJe tniDg ior any organizaiion to do. I do not know that we will be pble to da much more VUA a1"".0 es.abliflh a home for our indigent, wnicu jl understand win cenamiy De done in the near future, or, to see that they receive a decern burial, and that thfiir ikmfliM ta pji for. wkn -. , nanoeaQn; J I &SXZ4CZty6e? Daring the past week most of our old s.udents hive returned from their visits, will be riven later. We give below, a few of the many recent letters giTen by teachers of the county, recommending our school. Fairvlew School, Dec 20 1889. We acknowledge Pro. Bobbins's peculiar and novel mode of advertising, which bi ings before the people the merits and ad- yantage of his institution. To-day his agent, Mr. Herndon has ad- arescsa ui. giving a oescnpuoii ox ine coi- lege, principal, and teachers, and facilities, we can, aiier nearmg me insuiuuon so well represented, cheerfully recommend it to the public as a leading institution of learning. Kespeclfully. F. C. Wicklike. bmitnton bchool, timitnton, Mo. Itec. lb, 'oi uur scnooi nas Deen visuea w-aay oy Collet nd Prof. Neal. a teacher in the institution. Mr. Herndon addressed the pupils, giv- ing them some interesting facts in regard to business school, whila Prof. Neal, dem onstrated rapid calculation. We commend this institution and its fa cilities to all who desire a business educa lion. Very truly, B. Y, Daugherty. Brown school, Dec 10, Mr. Hern- don, agent of C B. C, addressed my school to-.iay on the subject of education. The address was hiehlv annreciated by myself and pupils. I Being an old student of Central Busi- j nees college myself, I will not hesitate to recommend it to my friends and pupils as a hrst class scnooi. iSespectfully. Maey A. Stjcvbns. Glover school, Dec 20. 1889.We were honored with a call from Central Business college toslay by the agent, Mr. Herndon, who has in a pleasant and interesting m-nner placed before us the adyantages of the insulation. Having been a student of the school. I can cheerfully recomsend it to all who d&iie a thorough practical business edu cation. Respectfully, G, Stitxkb. XiMtly Bateaar4. The Bazoo was kindly reMssberta1 by CbL Bichard T. Cxentry agaia. vrsterday, with a hue lot of interesting newspapersi which will make a good Soadav's readintv picx uwayi ifBfBDtri nil im. " . . a . . FIDELITY AND CASUATLYCO. Meeting of the Speciil Agents Sedalia to the Front. D. and J. D. McKenzie of the Fidelity and Casualty Company, returned from Chicago where they had been in attendance upon the meeting of the Special Agents, who report to that General Agency. There were about seventy special agents present. They came from as far north as Manitoba, as far south as Florida and from the west as far as Washington. They came in obedience to the orders of W. A. Alexander, their general agent, and all made splendid reports. The general agent complimented them with a superb banquet at the Grand Pacific Hotel, where plats were laid for one hundred guests. The menu was elegant and exactly fitted the palates of the Specials. The banquet com menced at 8 p. m, and lasted until 2:30 a. m. Dunns the time, however, toasts were en Dunng the progress of the banquet Mr. Alexander, the general agent, was pre- snted witn a costly solid silyer toilet set The presentation speech was made by D. A11 pre8ent wera much gratified with the splendid and phenominal success of the Fidelity and Casualty company during the PMt 7- Iheir business has more than doubled and the prospects for the future are exceedingly bright The Missouri Pa- cific made 8howingin fact, the Iron Mountain division of the road walked off with the honors of first place, v e v Mcf eiie La r0 8econd anf h.e S6111 o Wabash lines, a good tnird. is highly gratifying to Mr. McKenzie as well as to all of his insured people. Their methods of quick settlement and prompt response to all claims have made both the J IT- '- - 1 Tit. wmpaujr auu Jr. jruzvcozib popular wnu ine employes ox me juiseouri racinc lines. & fU- d m banquet at Chi- The bt. Louis Globe Democrat contained "I08 - - at.tiyandsrs bakquxt. W. A. Alexander, the western general agent for the Fidelity and Casualty com pany of New York, gaye a complimentary banquet at tke Gvaad Pacific hotel , last night to about fifty asrents who have been j working under him. The agents came from all parts of the central and western states and from as far north as Manitoba and as iar soutn aj Atlanta, ua. ine taoie was arranged in the shape of a horseshoe to typ- uy ne son oi iuck tne insurance men nave been having during the ast year. Mr. Alexandria was presented with a costly present by his guests at the dinner. The presentation speech , was made by Daniel Mcilenzie of oedelia, Mo. Hibbard'S .Rheumatic Syrap. There is certainly something remarkable in thi3 preparation, as it is meeting with success never attained by any other med- icme. it never tails, n used as airected. J? or over twenty years nave Deen a great sufferer from the effects of a diseased stomach, and for three years past have been unable to do businefs. Two years &20 mv case was t renounced incurable. I Tisited different water cures and climates, H to no purpose. Last June I began using Hibbard's Ehenmatic Syrup (pre- pared by Eheumalic Syrup Co., Jackson, Micb.,) and at once began to feel better. I have used thirteen bottles, and am a well man. Edwakd JBaxeb, Master Mechanic and Blacksmith, 202 Jackson Street, Jackson, Mich. W. E. Bard, Druggist. Notice to Tax-pavers. The time for paying State and County tax of 18S9 without penalty has been extended by the County Court until Jan. 15, on after that date, the penaHy as fixed by law will be enforced. All Merchants Licenses and taxes on personal property not paid on above date will be placed ia an officers hands for collection at nrovided by law. Jxo. McGdtlzy, l-5d4t wit Collector The latest victim to the Buseian ep idem ic ia Chief of Police Tom. Prentice, aad h has it b too. 1 HE MADE FRIENDS And They Stack to &im Closer Than a Brother. H. T. Brewster, a citizen of Boon ville, paid a New Year's visit to this city and proceeded to use all b's energies in getting a first class ajagn on. "He succeeded excellently weJl and puUcd up last night at one of the hotels ia a decidedly battered condi tion. One side of his face looked very much as though it had been in a match with a buzz saw and his raiment was in anything but a neat condition. His finances were not hi a prosperous state either. He said that he had met some parties here of a convivial nature and that they had imbibed considerable and got tp be very friendly, so much so thas while one embraced him the other got through his pocket3 in some way. Mr. Brewster departed for home ihia morning evidently of the mind that Sedalia was a good town to stay sober in. Ag-rleallaral CUee;ea. The great mitaake in connection with our agricultural collegei is the fa t that in many cases a classical course is part of their curriculum saya the Maryland Farmer. It is a fact that lh;s course of instruction should no he forbidden in the agricultural colleges; but this seems to us to have been inserted to enable existing in stitutions of learning to add the agri cultural branch to their institutions should the state so legislate. In other words, it was not mandatory, but it was permissible. An agricultural and mechanic?! college should be devoted to this specific object and no other, The country has sufficient classical collges to supply advanced education, and these state and United States instLa vions are designed for the masses and ai3 intended to provide them with such an education as will fit them for success in agricultural and mechanic" a I arts. When connected with classical studies, the students ef agriculture and mechanics are always at a disad vantage, if Ciey fail to join in the higher studies. We mean they ars practically in a lower circle, and are regardeu in this l;ht at the instilla tion. Farming ana mechanical labor a e at a discount ; and the impreenon becomes so powerful that the result it a classical course, and the farmer and mechanic go out not to the farm aid workshop to fill the already over crowded professions. We have become so well satisneoi that this is the result, that we are d:josed to advocate lhat the mon&ya suppled by the general government shaft be devoted to the support of an institution which shall be agriculture! and mechanical, and otherwise f.ae from any connection with thoce classical and literary courses of study which are not a necessity. Colman'i Rural World. Hibbard's Rheumatic Lvar Fill These pills are scientifically u&poandeeV uniform in action. JNo gripuf pain sc coffi-nonly followiif tne use of piiie. Tney are adapted to both adults and childrati with perfect safety. We ruarantee they have q ual in tke cure ox Sick Hes d acho, Constipation, Dyspepsia, Billc Be r8, and, as an appetiaer, they excel any oUer prepazauon. W. . Bari, dxuggiet