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SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO.
VOLUME 21. SEDALIA, MO, TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1890. NUMBER. 40. Minter Bros. Cash Store. As we desire to mak- some changes this season we will offer ereter inducements than ever before. Our buvers have just returned ftom the astern markets, where they h&ve purchased the laigest tocfc ana nnest variety or Iforelties in Imported and Domestic Merchandise ever brought to Cenlral Missouri. GASFBT3. We are now making pie parations to move onr Oarpet Stock over rooms 3i8 and 320 and will pell before moving all Carpels t 1he following low prices : Best Ik ussels Moquette carpets, made and laid, in cluding felt, $1:40 per yard. Velret carpets, complete on the floor in the best worl man like manner, 90 cents. Tapistry Brussels Carpets, a Tery good grade, complete, 66c ; fair grade, 5Sc. j Body Brussel s Carp its, compleLe 99 cents. Extra j Super, all wool Carpets, B?1 ford, Lowels and all the best brands, 69 cents. All first class, sewed by hand, without wells and laid in first class hape. We want to sell our entire stock on hand and price will do it. China Mattings, from 10 cents per yard up. COBSETS. Madame Warren's dress form, to close entire lot, 88-; former price; $1.25. Others are asking $1 ,Jnow. See our Corsets Double Satin at 44c. Compare with 75 cent Corsets elsewhere. TABLE OIL CLOTHS. All the best brands, this eason's extreme novelty, and beautiful styles, 25 cents. You can't duplicate the qual ity in the city at less than ro 35 to 40 cents. OEiGHAMS AND SA.TEEKS. Sateenes, 8J cents. French Finish Sateens, usualy sold at 25 and 30 cents, all at 18 cents. Imported Ombre Sateens. 35 cents. Chicago and St. Louis retail houses sell them at from 45 to 60 cents, the lowest quotation heard on them was 37 l-2e. We ean affoid and will sell the same brand of goods at less than large cities. Sec our line of Imported Ginghams. Ribbons in endless variety, coloring beautiful and quality uperier. Pins, lc Paper. Lonsdale Muslin, cents yard Fruit of the Loom Mus'ins, 8Jcyd. Dwights anchor bleached, 10c yd. All best brands Calico, 5 cents yd. Good quality Jeans, 16 cents, us ualy sold at 25 cents. Yours truly. .inter Bros, RAILROAD O&LIt. Kednced Kates Which Are flow in Effect on the Missouri Fa ciflc. 3ms of Joterest Picked Up By "Bazoo" .Detectives Local Spikes Si. Louie, March 8. The reduced pas senger ? a eB of $10 between Kansas i)'. y and Pueblo, a ad $15 between Loo is and Pueblo, announced as kelliog aud b?sin" ral-s by the M:soui j TaciOc. wtnt in o ef fect Fu'day. This is a induction iioai Ibe regular rate fiom Si. J u?8 ' Pueb'o and all poiuls west of $10.65, and a corrrs md ing reduction is maue in 'be oitx -.ile di- recnon. Jtisa'so unuers ood but tb e rai' have b eii adowicd by he conn' c.ine roads in the sale of throuu licked via the Missouri Jfasibc railwav onlv, as roe other Colorado Jio'8 have not recovered suffi ciently from the Bhocfc cewsioned by the Miffcoari P-ic'Sc's reauc'ioa to meet "their rales. As that Ecompany is known to be one of Ibe most conservative roads in the west, some sujpr'se may be manifested at its action in taking lue initiative in re ducing C dorado rates. It s thoroughly unuerb od. however, by those familiar with he situation, that cer.ain Cjlorado lin's have b n imiurbius rales br the pr:clfCe of gros jrregulsilties , with total disregard for Wr areemeB's -rrith Ihe"- cempeluors; and the JJ ouri Paci6c. company, which, under fiie conservative' policy of i's management, hps been unde: blood to strict 'y maintrin i: agr. smen.s, h?B been one of the greaest suffereis from i n insula ities referrd to. It is ub i probable that competilioa of ib-s characr has been taken into coBsid eralion hf tbe ATssouri Pacific manaa ment in inaugurating these reduced rates, and which if repor's sent out by the Kan- E2B Uilv pa su are correct, hare had the effect of temporarily naralvzinr those inrg wb'cb have been most active in the practice of the irresulari.'s. The reduc- ioB ."n the ra e between Kans? s Citv and SL Lou s 'o $5 was forced upon tbe Mis soori Pari 6c Company by he reductions made by he Chicago aud Missouri Eiver ines, and it has atwavs b en the policy of the company to apply the same basil of rales in teirilory west of :he lfisou.i Hirer tbeieof. It seemed amioeallv proper (hat ihe i:ople of Kansas and Colorado should have rates corresponding totboeein effect east of 1 lie Missouri Kifer and which the c7on of the Mis souri Pacif c Company has given. Uiairman Jbinley.of the 'iVansonsfoori Passenger Association, was here yesterday, doubtless lor tue purr.use of conferring wj'.h ine jmssouti rac nc people witu ibe dea tbat tuey mrgut b.t pe.suaded to withdraw tbe rate west of Kansas Ciir aud confine the teduciions to poTnls erst of the M:s- sonri riyer. it is understood, however, that Utey wilt insist upon a concipondine rate west of Kansas City so long as the cut rate remain in eff ol beLw en uie MiJ50uri river aud ibe Cb:c.i,o and St. Louis, and it Is not unlikelv if me rati belwten tbe Missouri river and tu cngo are further r -duccd that conrsj udi g reluct'ons wil' be made by t:ie Aihsouri Pacific Company west of Kaos?s Ciiv. The supplement to the St. Louis rate- Kheet was issued yesterday by C. Sarfield C.ne, Eccraa-y of ie fct. Luir associa tion, The follow ing ra' s. first-class limit ed, are quoted, taking ebect on Monday : Acbison, Kan., $6 : ( unc:l Bluffs, lo.. $8 ; Kansas Cily, Mo., $5 ; Leavenworth, Kan. $5.75 ; Nebraska Citv, Neb., $8 ; Urna la, JNeb., 5.'Jo ; '??ibc Junction, Neb., $S; St. Joseph, Mo.. $6; Anthony, Kan., 12.75 ; A onia, Kan , $12.25 ; Chetopa, Kan., $9.40 ; Caldwell Kan.. $12.55; Carthage, Mo., $8 45; Cherr kee, Kan., $9.30; Hanisonv lie. Mo.; $5 CD; Independence, tCan., $9.60; Jopiin, M iS60;Laratr, Mo.,$S; Liberal, Wo., $S: Lckwood, Mo., $"S; Lyons, Kan., $11.70; Clinton Mo., 6.20; Columbia, Kan., $6.60, Coffevvi'le, Kan.; $9.S0; Etlsworib, Ka , $11.70: Fort Scott, Kan., $8; Neodesh?, Kan.; $9.30; Nevad?, Mo., $7.70; Oswego, K .. S9.19. P?-son-, Kai., $9.10; Pieice U.'ty, Mo., $8 45; Giran, Kan., $8.45 ; Galen- Kao., $S.60 ; Pu-blo, Colo., via Kansas Cuy and the Missouri P;cijc fa'way, $15; Pittsburg, Ka , $S.4 j ; South Haven, Kan., $12.50 ; Webb City, Mo.. C 160; Weir, Mo, $8.60; Wel- IJ on. Kan., $12 ; WicVUa, Ka-.. $11. xhe M" sonri Tac" 1c announces a ra' i of $19 65 1 Diaver, wh:c.i h made up of he cut ra St. Lou to Pueblo $15 addt 1 to the loc" 1 rat?, Pueblo to JDen ver, $4 65. 1 he Santa Feh?s abolished the po si':on of c r aCi-untan . ifeisai r the c-se. c supii itend? it wi x rrorm the duties ol 'at office. It is 8 :d that Ci';CJp;o jobbing boues a-e a' Jy fu n;sbing ti W ern cus mers orde for transpo.tation to and from ibe tlrre-verr-d'stJ" t Woild's fair. 'i ie pa-serer rate war b?s I en proven a nrrza for the g'i ed sign pr:n' Many of ''ie fl "ing rnnonrct men's of low iaii i now o i -eely d:spla;rd are worthy e mb;n d ge ius of Millet pnd Nast. The M K &TIofficals a:e maklr preparations for ex,;?nsive improvem-ir-. sU alons: ihe line of the road. The biidge arid building j,lepai ment at this point have now s jrca in t ie yard3 over ihrcs hundr d car-loads of lumber, which have jbeen received f om the sawmills of Oregon and Terr, and which wIM be used in the improvement of stat'on and sect'on houses ana n Tie co tMi'.'.on of br.cg The pr atsurruer w! 1 v.Itt.s he e ect'on of more bildg i 'hdi was ever erected od the rod in one year Engineer Chail's Erown, of tie Gncctaw division of the M'K &T accompanied by his wife, pas d it . i. ii i . . i-. lUiUU dalia, the b itijur; inrougn me cay jz y.eraay en route lo &z dalia, where Charley goes for treatment at hospi.2 hehavagbeen quite badly ;d s?me w..-ks 50, Parens San. for Infants and f Ctttoria is KweUad&Dted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription I Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, 111 Bo. Oxford Si., Brooklyn, N. Y. WicSorkxu riti. To Cxsrxxm CojtpiNT, 182 Fulton Street, N. T. A NEW JLINE OF OUR Ce elrated mSi JUST RECEIVED. WM. C0UETNE7, 228 OHIO Ckni-es Aaiat m MiHlstr. Cameron, Mo, March The Ksv J H Dobl , who recently loca "A brie and ac cep.ed the pastorale of the Congregational church, is charged hh emt ?zzlement by the M E church of St Joseph, of which he was pasiorlast jear, The amount cha-g: a -ainst him is on'y $60 or $70 and is con sideidamej move lo injure htm be cause he left the M E church and t"Dk cha-ge of tbe Corgregalional church. He denic. the charges ana is fulW prepar J to viodicate h:msef. He sLuds high in the chu:ch. A FATAL RUNAWAY. A Fonr Horse SlelgU Upsets While Goug at Full Speed. B?"dwu, Wis., Maitjb 8. Several persons were injured, soma of 'hem a al'y, iu a r brawny ac.'ueut Q'bfs day night. A p y oT eijL teu 1 20 p!e wfi out d hi g in a four horse seigh wbe 1 oue of the reins broke and the four sp'r'ted hordes dashed away at break Deck speed, running ialo 'he sitlew j k and hroum.r the eccuraots of e segh out with ter lificiorce. Ejgeue Dube'l received int?rnal inju ies WThicb it isfeare-J w ll prove fatau Miss Alio Die Pilman was badly cut abouL tho bead and is uuconssious. G . PItmp i'a right leg was broken near the l;p. Mr-. G.orge Pl.msn was cut ab ut tbe head psd face a-id Mt'3. A. E. Bra'nerd was terrib'v gashed across the top of ihe bfad. Five otbeis were injurei, but not seriously. L MaiwHHl Developments Ispe kU. Chicago, March 8. J. C. Gdd thwaihe of "Ward, & Goldthwathe whoes sudden dhaoerancea short time ago brought the aftYrs or the firm to a crisis, has written a letter to his creditors 'rom Marion, Ind. He c'aims tbat Ward has not lived up to h;s promises. Ward this morning as serted that the charge that he had not lived up to li's agreement was false. He said Goldthwathe would be in town to day or Monday and inti mated that sensational deve'opmeots m'ght fo'low. highest owiJaLiWWiir Power 1 '-T ABSOUTTELY Children. (Wflt mvM P. STREET. IDENTIFIED AT LAST. The Yalley Falls Bank Bobber Was a Well-to-do Citizen of a Kansas Town. Me.'den, Kao., Mirch 8. The ideu'iiv of the dead Va'Iey Falls bauk robber has been disci vored. Yesierday there an "ed fiom Home wood, Kan., a sraad towa near Oi a wa, A. E. bhaw, Iaac Shaw and H. W. Lemoa, and each of these posi tively affirmed that the dead mn was Shaonon Bobison of tbat vil'nge. Roboa was a me 'cbant there and also postmas er, and bad been con sidered an honest, honorable man up to ibe time of his 'ate crime. He was a member of tbe Baptist chuich About iwo years bo he marr'ed a Mi s Shaw, daughter of A. L. Shiw. whom he leaves with 02c chi'd. Bobison's fa her-in-'aw owus about 600 acres of 'and near Homewood, and i3 considered one ol the wealthiest and most higb-y respected cil'zens of the commuui.y. Bobison Jeffc h:me Thursday of last week to go to Ottawa aud purchace a farm near that city. Thursday evenng he was seen in Ot tawa by varous people and this was the ast seen or heard of him uut'l he robbed the bank at Va!ley Falls the fol'owing S.Ur.'ay and was killed here Sunday raorn;ng. A second inquest was held on ikie b dy of the dead man ves erday by C mtih1- Shi-e. Tue o dy i beug bebi to awa't the a rival of iJr A . Bobinson of Medill, ilo,. who telegrapi d from Cl-icago that she thought ihe ded man wrs her son and woubj come on for the pur ose of ujp -nifying him. No airangcmeuts '.iave as yet been made tor tu3 hml diispositiou of bedy. tue The Washiogi. Iowa. Weal b 1 r Fore st. 1, M.-rch For M:- on i, - and Nebr? a Cloudv weal her, Jiht 1 warmer. non. rw, ea.erlj w.nds, V S. GottReport, Aug. 17, 1885. Baking Powder .i j rvKE DOWN AND OUT. Tressn-cr Nola d Kcsisns An Uuusnal Ganse Takes Place, A Scene in tbe Slate Treasurer's Office. Jefleroon City, Mo., March ies; Parsons and AlarsUall. of ihe couiuvt' appoiolejil by ihe governor lo examiae inD thecondiiion of tbe stale heasury, arrir'-u yeateidaj, and the committee immcdlaieij assumed control of ibe departmens. The first woik taken in hand was that of count iog the cash. Tliis was not commenced until 3 p. m. Although M'ssi-s. Marsha', Chick and Paisons worked like Trojans, the job was not completed when evening came, Shot'ily alter 4 o'clock Mr. ftolaud entered the depailment. Gor. Francis was in the private office. Walking ap to him Mr. .NoUud handed him an enrelepe. uHeie is my lxsignalion Governor," he said, and turning on his heel walked out lhu resignation was brief. It is couched in the following Jr iU3ge: Jeflerson Cily, Mo., March., 7. 1890. To Hi 1 Excellency Dayid R. Francis, Gov erner of Missouri : Sir I herewith hand you my res'nalion as State Trtasurer of the Stale of Mhsoari. Very iesj :ctfully, E. T. Poland. What led Mr. Koland lo lender Ins les ignation can only be suimscd, as he de clines mt4t positiTeij to talk. The only conclusion that can bt drawn is that it is a co lfession of tbe existence of a deficit. Mr. Roland will only say that he is pre paring a statement to sire out to tbt press. VVnat the nature of this statement will be cannot be foreshadowed at present. It is believed that this action on Mr. Noland's part will only serve to com plica I a maJlen and involve intricate legal quessions. It is impossible to say when the committee will get thiough the examination of the treasury. ItiBbopd by everybody that they will sooa be able lo mace a report e id the official figures of the deficit be made public. The figures sent out $32,718.55, juat missed it $000. This will be verified when the committee report is made. The source from which this infor mation comes cannot bs doubted, as it is taken from the memoranda submitted to tht bondsmen at the St. Louis conference. Mr. Noland is engaged upon the statement he will make public He Is counseling with friends, xbere is an undercurrent of anxiety about :he capital s lo what ds closures nay be forthcoming. Gov.Fiancis has not cepted 'he resia ion of Mr. Poland yet. fie wilt move vei f cauti ously is o.-der t avoid complications. Hi alorney Gt eal is looking up all poin's bearing uc in the ca e. What dis posion wl'l be made wiihthe resignation c: not be sa'd. Some hold hat ii is a cousPlul'onal lijhtof a ata 1 officer lei-ia at any t'nio under any circum stances while, on the other hand, othe conPnu 'hatTfhile under surpen5on Mr. Noland's risignalion can not be accepted. THE SllUA ION LAST K1GHT. Jefieicon City, March S Special to the Bazoo State Tiwnrer Nofaod had proiuIs.'J to ive the pri 1 tc-night a sialement .nce.niog the muddled condi tion of 'be '-enury and it w. 1 1 jked for ward to wilh much anxiety but it is not forihcom'ig tD-niht, Mr Noland h?b pritt oned tbe publication of his statement, owsrt" the that ihe "overnor has not ac. jp" d I- KsicrnatiOQ and tbe ex?n' nmg comm'ttee has the condition not leportid of thi Iraasuty He says wlen e sov- erjor leler chim by accenting l's resi nat on and the examining commit' males a report he will make a cl'aa breast of it and give out a statement that will bi mighty inte;eting .adirg It is looked for anxiously. It 5s said ti-night, on what purports to be good aulho.ilT, tuat CjI Lon V St2-phe-, of Uconville, will Le Mr Noland's successor as State treasurer, as toon 9 the entanglement s s" -p'htened on. He is he only one ment'on-i in onnection wih that place, The statement is made as coming from efficia' authority that the deficit wi1! be about $ "2,700. Govei aor Francis, it is s?:d, wi'l not ac cept the 1 soatieD. but will let the su preme conrt onst the treasurer. Ihis ma. :r h ci no special importance, how ever. The comirU,',e is ha:J at work and it is doubt rul when they will get tbtougb. So far they have found discrepancies of about $11,000, Noland p-onrse to make a statr ment in which be will a-sume tbe entire is inability of the defalcation. There is no reason t believe that the defalcation is lc itbai 32,C03 and probably it will reach a few hundreds more, AenB(!c AHa!r. Topeka, Kan., March 8. Probate Judge Quinlon to-day united in marriage Mr. A. 8 Kenoyer, the postmaster at Paxico, Kas, find Mrs Maty A Connor, a widow whose home h?s t-en near ZanesviMe, Ohio. Tuere hang3 abjut the affair an air of romance, wucse biiih dates back about six mont? when Mr Kenoyer answered an advs.'semeut in a matrimonial paper published ii Chicago. Corr pondence followed, pictures 7ere exchanged, and fiua'ly a meeting was arranged to take place in ibis city to day. At 12;30 tc day Mrs Conner met the Paxico p 3tm?3ter at the Sauta Fe depot, where sbe landed, from Kansas CLy. Both were pleased and a marriage ceremony Jollo wed at once. Settler, a lb Herelee Strip. Arkansas .City, Kan. March 8 Two noted scouts of early days, who arrived in the city ycjte: Jay from a two weeks1 hunt in the Cherokee Sir stale that claims are staked of! with legs all over the south part of the strip The saw qu'te a number of would be settle!. At the big bend of tbe Arkansas river on the east thev found a lot,Qf,menx$Jio threatened to cross and ourn tne cauie men ana appropriate ine bub wire for their own Uf Summary or Yesterday's Sews. Student riots have occurred at Praga Taulbte had a tood sleep last night and is much better t j-day. Tbe Kansas City shooters won the con test with theCbfcago shots. Governor Humphry of Kansas to-day made a number of slate appointments. The Seattle Iosu ranee company c Seattle, WaBb, has been declared insolvent The telephone and eleciric light line men at Otimha have gone on a strike fox increased wag-3. The Hon A W Smith of McPherson Kan, denies that lie is a candidate for rail" road commissioner. A Canadian Pac'fic express train-, wilh many passenge 3 on board, Is fast in a snow driit near Lake Onaway. Michael C coraa icttci ti Inle -Ocean has conf 3sed to having buvned cer.ain Land league papers. The Hon. George H Pendleton, lata minister 9 Germany was bnried at Cin cinnati to-day with distingu;shed honors, Bishop Bowman of the Evangelical church hrS b:en suspended on various charges, uuiill the next general conference m-e,s. The Dolph smelling committee is putting each senator en his oa'h as lo his personal participation in the giving oi news to the pr s. There is much distress among the poor of San Francisco, and money has been raided by subciiptioa to employ laborers in Gelden Gate park It is considered that Conductor Houghlaling w.ts entirely to blame for the LakeSiioi disaster of Thursday n;ghl The injured will r!! recover Representative Walth of North Da kota yesterday pulled Attorney General Goodwin's nose The assault grew out ol tbe r: cent lottery scandal The Hon J Y Admire declares that there are comparatively few negroes in Oklahoma, He says that tbe colored people would be foolish to go there now The Montana senatorial contest will be reported to the senate next week on strict party lines. The two republicans will un doubtedly be give a their seats. Mark Twaii and his associates haves been enjoined from producing tbe play, Prince and Pauper, by Playwright Ed ward H Housey, who alleges breach of con tract. It is said (hat Senator Stafford will next Monday introduce in the senate the idea of the govern meat loaning out ths surplus on real citatc mortgagee at low i-ten.it. T Males mii Istairr. Washington, D C, March 8 At the? meeting of the house committee on elec tions yesterday the subcommittee, consist' ing ol Chairman Row el I and Messrs Lacy and Cj hp, reported tbat it had received the evidence in the cod tested election cass of Clayton vs Breckenridge from Arkan sas, wih a memorial from the contestant and a statement from tbe contestee, and r commended that tbese be printed for the use of tbe house and that they had prorc :ded as far as they could without authori.y from tbe house and that, owing to the alleged anamination of Clayton, whereby the contest bad been suspended, it was of he bight, t importance tbat the mat ter be fully iuv stigat 0. Ihereforetbeyre por ed a r solution providing forasubcom mit .5 of five membeis, appointed by iW chairman, to maLe a full and thorough investigation into the conles'ed election1 case of Clayion vs. Btcckiniidga. 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