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THE BBDAhlA WEEKLY BAZOO. MARCH 1I;T890.
LEX LOGi. The Daily Grist of Notes of Hai; pollings in and Out Oi Conrfc. DECLARATION OF IXTEXTION. Tolin Swuns.n, a native of Sweden ye"-.te'day subset ibed to his declara ioa to b come a citV.en of the Uu:ted Sta'es. from March 8th, on Circuit Clerk Fowler g.aotel him a cer iocate of ihe fact. ST0L3 SOME C A: A warrant was sworn ,t was sworn out yesterday ;re Blnr, for a wui.e boy .Q-.TTurra n'.nA before oqu namod George oavage coarged witti aiealiug a small quantity ofcoa' from E. TV. Martin, the second sneet deal er. Coastab'e Ramsey aiested Savage at bis borne north of the ri!- road, and the b v gave bond ior his appearance to -morrow examination. morning lor FINALLY DISMISSED. Wm. Howai d, , a very lengthy mulatto, was arrested Friday, late, for disturbing the peace, bis wife, Maggie, being the complaining wiine3s. Ho waid pleaded guilty, and succeeded in givi og bood for hi3 appearance yesieday moru'ng before Justice Blair. Upon the case being cal'ed, the defendant withdrew his plea of guilty, and tbe suit was dis missed, his wife refusing to prosecute. BECOVERED THE WATCH. Justxe Fisher late Friday after noon had before bim a &d-jed boy named Tudor Wright, charged with haviog s olen a watch and chain f-om a son of Mr. J. D. Sicher tbe night of the ball at tbe park, given by the railroad conductors. Constable Ram sey a 'rested Wright at school Fi.day aftei noon aod iecovered ihe watch, which Tudor had seci et d in his desk. The justice imposed a Hue of S10 and cosis on the Ld and he was taken to the county jail. GOT HIS MAN. City Mas il Hayes, cf Warsaw, left for Cole Camp, yesterday morn ing, havog in custody one Martin Graham, whom he captired in 1 Dorado Springs, Jast Wednesday. Graham is wauted to answer to a chage of assault upon Henry Deaa, last November, in which the foimer beat the latter wiih a club, and then skipped to unkjown pans. His whe'eabotits weie unknown until this last week. LTGEV8ED TO WED. James C. M,by and Lut'e L. Watei, bo ' of Pedis county. The pavty of the secood Jpat was under age, but her pa consented. Jesse B. Reofrow, of Treen Ridge, and Eva L. Bolts, of Pauline. John H. Hamilton, aged SO, and Frances A. Willaiais. aged 25, bo!h of this county. Joseph Weiozierl, of Omaha. Neb., aged 29. and Amalea Backer, of Sed alsa. aged 27. JohuH. rJam'Lon aid Faices A. WilliauiSj both colored snd boih of Pet'is couDty. John TV. Evans and Luella Hughey, both of8edal?a. John Eudaley and Becky Hulen, both of Seda'ia. FALSS PRETENSES. Way back as far a3 October 20, 1889, Wm. Burks, a youth who claimed that bis father wa3 an engin eer on ihe west end of the Missouri Pac'fic, caUed at Van Wagner Bros, a ob a'ned a pair of shoes va'urd at $2. Tbe firm has not seen the money s'nee, and Friday morjing a warraut was sworn out baoi e Judga Fisher for the ari e t of young Bu8 on tbe chavge of ob:a;iiog goods uo 6er fa'se preteoses. Const ible Ram sey found him in E,st S?M:a and turned him over t ) Ccsr James Gos aage to be bioulit up to cout, wdfle be hunted up tbe Wr-ght boy, men tioaed elsewbe;e. Burks was fined $5 and costs a id went to jail. ARBOR DAY. Under an act of the last ganeral jtssembly, there was established a Bchool holiday on the first Fr'day af ter the first Tuesday in April. This Is "Arbor Day," and the plan is to cultivate a love for plantss especially trees, among the pupi!s of the schools by setting apart one day in the year io be wholly devoted to the subject. Another object is that the school property in the state may eventually be beautified and adorned. In the morning oq so the s.atute sajs, the children are:4 cansCoiafor to Irwe exches of Kteravy nature, the exercises to have a bearing on In the af.ernoon the children are to pntnuts and seed and liansp'-vnt tiees uder the direction ot 1heir teachers. By so doing it is the hpe of ihe fraers of the act that child en Tt' l 1 crrrwxr nn n Vi q Intro on rl -i .9 iLn i plants ana wui ever upnoiu a pro eu ing nana against meir aestrucnon. MRS. ADAMS SKIPPED OUT. The a-uUry case against Ernest Wei's w: s set for ha.-inr yesteiday 8 terno: n befoie Justice lusher, and Wells w ?s on hand with bi3 attorney, TV. D. St ele. James Go?sa2;e, of the pol'ce force, was also present, sa a witucs3. But the main witness for the st tie, Mrs, Adams, with whom Wells is charged committing tha of fense indicated, wa3 not visible. She has beeu seen on the steels up to Friday eveniog, and she was a frequent vi-itor at oae or the other of i tie 'squires' offices. But she -was not peeH yesterday afternoon "when the criiicjl point h.d been arrived at. po- u.u wen arnyec In ?Mrs' A?? ldit. c,tf i -win between ii riday nsht and on yes terday morn'njr, and her wheieibouts are now shrouded ia a veil of uo knowabl n?sa. Prosecuting Attoroev Lonan, un der tbe chcumstane, was compelled i. .1. il T T li 1 io aismis3 tne ca;e ag-nosc tve'is, ana tlrs individual was pemited to de part, a f ee man. Wells is under bo ?d to appear in the oiminal court, it its next term, ior another offense, and the state will probably juq across Mrs. Adams again, between ihs time and WelL' trial in tbe sape ior court. In such aa invent, an information wi'l be sworn out agaiu.'t both him and Mrs. Adams for aubery, and the oppor tunity for to "cvt her stick" removed. LEGAL TENDER. Again, there wss no police couri, yes.erday. Officer Philip ETe'ly was reported to be rojch improved in health yes terday. The ci.y council has a ineeJng Tuesday night to consider impo- tant mallei s. It is said that Mrs. Adams has gone to Kan-as, with her little girl, to join her husband. James Fi?her, colo-ed, was re leased from the county jail yesterday, having served ont a sentence of twenty-five days for selling a scythe that did not belong to him. Empty packing cases on the sidewalks evidence basmrs3 with our merchants, but they prove annoying to pedestrians, when tbey meet a crowd and have to s.ep out into the treeLs .o pass people. The alarm beU for fires, and for calling off ihe hous during the day, fo- the benefit of mechanics and work iugraen, will be acted upon by the new council, a3 soon as it is organ ized. Ihe voice of the people insists uoou it. Un(:er the law passed bv ibe last legislature the position of road o?er seer must now be filled by electioa aHd no as heretofore by appointment. At the school elections in April the overseers for the vaiious distr'cls wPl be selected. Tbe ii We Will SralU Alalia. The following, which the Bazoo finds floating around among is ex changes, is too good to be kept in ob scu iiy: When roses bloom and have no thorns, Then we shall smile again; When men quit stepping on our corns; Then we shall smile again. When families run with leES expenBe. When fops and dudrspos?es some sen ?, When cats keep off our backyard fence, Then f?e shall smile aaio. When deadbeat friends quit asking loans, Then we sha1! oi'le again; When fools quit ringing telephones. Then we shall smile again. When creditors forget to dun, When book-ageni our presence shun. Then we shall smili again. When business stirs and limes get good, Then we Bhall smile again. When town lots bring the price the? should, ( Then we shall smile aga n. When leading men abandon strife, Their pucte-strings, not each oher, knife, And woik io give ihe town more life, Then we shall smile again. A woman's bsau(y is never lost Ro lone I as her sweet smilt remains So long ai gleam her teeth like frost, And her 6ot lip the ruby stains; And SOZODONT, with magic power, Bestow on her this rriceless dower. The fastest Time On Record, was made yeaierdav by a long-Jean-lamer jawed individual aam:d Ebeuezer Scrub oak, who lan all the way from Yellvie, A -kansaw, sta -tins at 6:00 a. m. and ar riving at 3:00 n. m. at the West "End" where goods are selling the cheapejt on Earth, Roat coffte4 lbs. fer ...$!. CO No. 8 Flour twrZOOlbs. 1 95 Pa' snt flour 2 40 Belie Flour ner 100 lbs 1 90 Gran n I it: d Sugar .13 lbs for 1 0D 15 25 SO 85 CO Groline 5 gabons fr Pist Coal O'.l 5 gallons for 301b. Pa'liOtJdlv . ao r ;ur do-eu "S V" f .' ft-d meat, dirde-'i. on boneler-? -nam, bologna sausase, puie lard always on hand. Also new prauri, raifcins, currants, appncits, n j -meat etc. Oas. corn, hav, bran, sbl trfi e!., at the verv lowest pice. irtfei sent by uostat nromntlv delivered. Goods sold - , for C2ih'Qnl jj H. Ueld oar aila 303 tv gpCond strfet. THE (JUAltfr ALrHABET Of the Boys aud Girls of Two Hundred Years As.G. Oj a reent Sunday the Bazoo puhl sum an ezUv.ct or two f om a very aocient book, printed in 1691, and a bookwoim, who was permuted to glanca over its pages, wa? struck wiih the piclori.il alphabet it held within i.s lids. Each le'ter is ilus- (rated by a fact from the bible, done lot") rhyme, and embellished with a rude, but veiy sugges.ive pictuie of tne incident or event having conne - lion with tbe verses. Tue seatleman took the trouble to cony the a'puabst for this paper, end toe only regre the Bazoo has in tbe mati2r "is thai it cannot reproduce ihe pCiures adjoit -ing the leller press tor the amuse ment and delect.uion of its readers. The quaint old alphabet is as foPows : A. i.n Adam8 Fall, We sinn.J all. Heaven io find, The Bible mind. C. Chi ist crucfy'd For sinrers dy'd. D. The Deluge drownM The Earth around. E. Elijah hid Ey Ravens fed. F. The judgment made Felix afraid. 6. As runs the Glass, Our Life doih pass. H. Mj Book and Heart Must never part. I. Job feels the Hod, Yet blesses Gcd. K. Proud Kcrau's troop Was swallowed up. L. Lot fled to Zoar, Saw fiery Shower, On Sodom Pour. M. Moses was he Who Israel's Host Led thro the Sea. N, Noah did view The old World & New. 0. Young Obadiag, Djvid, Jo3as, All were pious. P. Peter deny'd His Lord and crj'd. Q. Queen Esther sues And saves the Jews. R. Young pieus T uln. S. Young Sam'l Ruth Left all for dear The Lord did fear. T. Young Timothy Learnt Sin to fly. N. Vahti for Pride, was set asde. W. Whales in the Sea, God's Voice obey. X Xerxes did die, And so must I. Y. While Youth do chear, Death may be near. Z. Zaccheus he Did climb the Tree Our Lord to se. LMt His Roll. Tom Madison, whe lives north of tbe railroad, mourns the loss on Friday at about noon, of $30, in sir five dollar bill, which suddenly disappeared from hi guardianship somewhere on Moniteau ave nue between Main and Johnson streets. He hasn't the remotest idea as to -the method of their flatting, and the place where they now abide, and would be thankful, being a poor maa, to recover the htray notes. Sixteen new students have entered school since Monday morning; one from Illinois, one from Kansas, one from Texas, one from AitaoBas and the rest from Missouri. Mr. 6. V. Milchem, Schell City, Mo., an old student of (J. B. G., cturned Saturday to bein school again. Ife has almost com pleted the commercial course and will take a couise in penmanship, ai :he same t:me finishing the commeicial course. Mr. Mitchem is quite a diflerent looking youig man since he has let his whiskers grow. Scarcely any of the teachers and old school mates that still remain recognized him at first sight. W. a. WatBnns, NYinasor, jmo I. E. Smith. Taberville, Mo., C. M. Feirioe, Koanoke, Mo. , and Mita Nannie Finly, Houstonia, Mo. , all left Saturday for their homes, ihey ae wished success and happiness by tjachen and schoolmates. JS. ti. hmley, Horn Ionia ; Mo. , has returned lo puraue his Studies again. He has been sick for the past two months, and is just now able to begin work. All are glad to welcome him aamnz them again. W. K. Herdon, soliciting azent for Central Business College, is still raveling on the road, selling C. W. Bobbins' pen and ink and dts ibaling advertisement!. reelect; S"?nfc As thousands can testify; there is nothing 0 much to be desired as perfect sight and perfect sight can onlv be obtained by using optician, exercises great skill and patieoct a nttmi'. these needing specta ciea wim care nd com ton to tue wear-r. i 6-ilQti FOB SALE. - . T m . Havinz determined to iook atter my health in the exclusion of busm-is. I offer for sale, if taken at once, all 01 the follow ing de cnbed property tor tne sum ot $10,- 000: 139 fett front on Osage. belwe?n Second and Third streets, with me appurte naucis thereunto beloriiog, co eistmg of live. stable, wason vara and two black smith shops. Also residence No. 208 West Fifth street; six room3, one block west of court house. Also lot one in block seven North Grand avenue. Apply to 14d&wlm B. O. Haebo, THE BAZOO S LETTER BOX. Ada. The dameter of the earlh ai the equator is 7,925 mi'e and its ci-camference or giith :s 24.900 mi'es. Tt is ninty-two mi'lious of miies fiom the sun. j.acher. 1 an tee uooa e was composed by Dr. Shackburg, a physi cian io the British army in America, about 1755, and pa'med oft bv jim I as a ceieD-atea air on a uouyosme- .! i can miutia. nub ajijjiuu, ii uiigiauu, luauicu s .i wives m succe-sioD. His first wife was Catharine of Aragon, widow of hs deceased brother, Prince Arthur, I J J I I 1 I neneaea. ms tnira was JLaovJane -y.nour, who died in giving bit ill to pimce. nis iou:tn was Anne oi C'eves whom he divorced, His fifth wa3 Catharine Howard, whom he cnused to be beheaded. Aod his sixlh was Ladv Catvarne v arr, who had the good fortune leither to ba divorced nor behead d "J a-vvj. uui txt v-va. uiui. I TTARRV. DrvAflpa wpi-a nrmnUm that rjreddp.d nvpr tha wonda. (Abla tions of milk, ol and hooey, and hem as sacrifices. XY Z. Cholmondely" is .pro- U,. T7 i:,u nnu., 1 Widow, No. "Soo2 of the Shirt " As a matter Uaii UJXV BU Df'SB YOU. HQ JliUlf ISJl I T T7 t? I I eiri on e count?a tne n urn ner ot , w 0 I stitches in a plain shirt She 'figured Al1f . Q.Tfi, ; in collar, four i owb, 3,000 ; cross ends of same, 500 ; buttonhole and sewing on button, 150 ; gathering neck ami sew- ;n(rn.i collar 1 90i ctitnMno. tfco wristbands, 1 22S ; end of irristands, 68 : buttonholes in wristbands: 148 : hamminr, oHfo ORA . Qt t.o.i qIppvpq 840- sprtJno- nn wnVh nc 1,468 ; stitching on shoulder sira-3, 1 sen . v.,; u v., qoq . sewing in sleeves and making gossets, -J I I'll I . caorinrp itr sirlo eaamo I sleeves, 2.554 ; cording bo .om; 1,104; , awtug u yj ante ccpuia n 'tapping" the sieves, 1,526": sewing all other seams and setti og sde gUB- sets, 1,272 ; total Dumber of st'tches, 20,649. The only Complexion Powder in the world that is without vulgarity, without iniurv to the user, and without doubt a WAutifier. is Pozzoni's. A Wa hrinrllp Hno- witli n vih nf KQAf n ha mmif.li. nnnspH rnna Homh p oi - commot'on on xnira street, yesieraay afternoon, when the shoppers were nnh in full fnrrfi. Thft rib Wfn lmnqf. entirely bare of meat, and the ani- mill xxxuau t w uwu. uuu'LiU. j t cviiir: i m nof Viqtto hoar. en.raH w uma hpH hnva. Fnr hfi was rnnnmor htrp ll -nncfiPRSAd. whpn first. nh. served. He carried the rib about midway of its length and he cut a wide swath along the pavement as he ran. Women ofc out ot his nay in he biggest Luirry ot tne r lives: men saw him coming andscramb'ea to one aide, hallooinsr "hev there! : " bovs I inea io grau uue euu ui tue jbLouisu- mgi; iwug uuuo o iic uiKutu u;, auu liltle girls held their chewing gum in breathless dismay while the flying "mpalpnr" Rnlif. thft halm v air in his headlong career. Fortunately, no oe was knocked down by the rib aod the dog. It was a funny shht a long as lasted, though, and it might have w . 1 1 -n ( . - t- -n r . . I U1DD37U jttaQquiauciiVer r"is ipeKepmsareacienuncauy )mpoanaea, , ...... , unifovm in cctton. sso griping pain so commonly following the use 6f pills. Thev are adapted to both adults and children with perfects? ety. We guarantee they naven" qu' in lue cure 01 diCK lie? a tcho, Constipation, Dyspepsia. Bilious neas, and, as an appetizer, they excel any other preparation. W. E. Bard, druggist Tne -caietierais. The ar-Confederate association of Pettis waswel'a lded, a number of ex'Lonfed- eratea frooi the connlv bemtr nresenl. county being present v j 9 1. Seven new members were enrolled and the usual routine businesrtdispslched. Tbe time of holding the afiioooa meet- ingswrs cnangEa iron iv.u o'clock to 1 o'clock, to bitter suit the convenience of the countrv members. The aerncun meeting is htld on the second Satu dav in each month : Tne night session on Ue fourth Saturday. The association, which was oreanizsd last Dacember ; now m umbers about sii v memb. Tnioffirpra re? Col. T. : Hoy, president ; Senator E. H. Richard - son, iecreta:y, and Maj. John Waddel', treasurer. Sick headache h the bane ol manvl'vei; to cure and prevent fb" annovmg com plaint use Dr. J. H. McLean's Little Liver and ludnev Pilleis. Taey are arretable to take and gentle in ther ao'.ion. F. x..ilOl 1. Ture sowing t:ei, on reasonable term. Jh'g'sier your names uoon. jE you want seea. 3-2 s&w4t J. Blccher, 112Ea3t Ma'nSt. FT en G'-'s WonUd To wo'kon shi:t9, overalls and pant Steady work 'l tue year round. JSAddIv Limv'a factor-. 118 Wcat Main street. wuuiu ae uivorcea. xijs secoaa was ier ot JRJ . W Tam Muev jr su Anre Boleyn, whom he caused to beUt.-.iia' c t'zen Ox Seda'ia wio fo . map . i Mr. Jobn W. Ev3ns andiWsiEllai! S. H bulb of ,hs were mar- bv Iter. R D. B.jck, p:stotn-of the' h'i si Me.'?odi3t church. 0 M, . j he wed.i jg w?s a vcytt'et one, nly a few i nmedi ie frie'ad&-ji afves of ihe coa. 'acting paiife" fcfei p e snt. uev, Dtun 01 ,ns ci y, ned at 6 o'cloch Saturday exeaiog ?V toe rc.i ecKQ of t e br'c-aihcsA-. co-,:ej '1 i: -Le A.n :h a jd Osasy, .siree : Af e. lhec2 emon5s24-'!ir,atcll Silk Balls, Tase1 i ?nt re .elmefltVTiire5ian(I cordsi big of io:meu. e tnt re .e.i?mean ffre . . 1 t se Vtj o t'036 n-eHL. n.aA ftPihr.rfc WmdsoTHeDryk4llleW,s SpAit most V5ul CO '- .'JL u .10 JS 'K.e.b an r iTalda iXenos -"i Serbia. She is iW iiuh -m . uieiv r.si ed m Fo-i c Qfe.but has i.ai .c.i i i ccjul ior aoouc ,au?nieen ,4 'US'Pj IV it o -nn-rr i"e groooi, di ji,vnrj8, la J.ojf.opan f the job dep.iteot of iSejL "ffiieat bociwFh Pr oansc cor-naav adaa1 bn hi : the emnkv of thiykhVis nent co?l looas'v for save'nteen.Vears 2 Mil, I J ii i Id. I I ilJC, 1 eiip'oe and aa eaeleot who has mHif&i c'eu'; aTVJ a s5andog amonoe osiaesi L ir: Mw- QB JSf. .,Al i0J2 T 1 -. l nouseK? cpt g a once in a Jianaome. res.ue.tcd on fcout!iU3iee ttee.':Wn,'cn was oiven to Mr3. Evans .fitbd in el- egaut style, redv for :,pecgpancy. 'j he Bazoo w'slies them loocr, Jiros I 1 .fUU WW -! - pentv and b.ap,iaess. It faestmihes rrn -n.fTi 4-U r . u iucui. aA4- i...i .ejP; Ihe Democrats oi beaalm . hela neir convenuoa monoav 'pK jwinaied a C1tf HLl1! nLeaQ PJ unanimous vojweyjiKpB that Veteran Democrat ad 4nrhng genJeman, E. W. Steveng. She se- econ piomises woe a wnming ii f ii . t i on oieveDS servea aeaana oe ierm, ana gave sucn. u. "" X1"" Ti Wfrw-U- ns leiiow xemocrais io caiiinim to fr?flt again. -Boon vAdver. li-v;i. Die First Wnl.fe1f" T The republicans of thehJftrst ward' met at the council chanflrIfnday eveniog, to. nominate a calfiidiM'-tii'iQJr1, councilman from that warcfe lift, fill the v cancy occasioned by the Resignation of W.D. Usenfritz. irjj?; The meeiiug was called: order by T. B, Young after whidh)oJohn AI. Glenn was elected chairman,. ,wiiib James Campbe1! and J. C. Parraerlee ij.j j j t : t ! were KJlWldJ na JUUHCJS uu xjuuia a. "rd"0 01 iehuuil!; . , HUUlOCfc nomjpatjKt 1. B- YoungTor the vacant -cWiahe CUUUUU, UU LllO HeUtieuUBLU VY ixa w cuuaeu u v awiaujawuu. J.ue nomiuee men resigneu as com mitteeman and J C. Parmerlee was cnJ m.nis steJa- , . me pnuiaiuBujujTOniw. vd ih Tf. will hp. TPmftmbpreH:-that ihh Bazoo contaided a communicadon n'A ;Q ono; rJk' i,cTX;CQ . pearance ot a man namecLiJtiwell liv- mgnot-iar irom wmcissfr Aio.-,-ana who ft was supposed hai 4rtne been muraered or committed spicide. .A . mt:,i..1 ' Lavs: a. . . ""About four weeks afea Ntewton pwi Hvincr fiffppn TTii'SnfifVitf lhis "13 disappeared. ' was al leged by his wife that, e., had left T. TOO? - ,i,of L Pnni;nn v, T J-b iTo ickiviu uutiu ti cuaiamuu UofoftT. T,.cpU anl w?fn , , , s -. , naa x-iuen pi?ue. .coui jwy was suspected' and suspicion resicd upon Jewell's wife and a vojng nun in the neigbboijtiooa. lney were ar rested, but no charges, were bus- lained against them and they were re leised. Membe.8 of the G. A. R. and of tue order 01 Udu Jbe loi?, of both of which Mr. Ewellwas a worthy . . ' r r, 3 - " ja- ww v LIU W U W V V w- w w w w H r w w w-w w w w.i m w wr . & k : w w-m w .A V v r c BLT -n i r w te day Dy tne Dnding ot nis Dcay m a large pood near the house in which ne snd hs wife dwelt. A coroner's ag impaaeled and a verdict of J i 1 . t auuiiUC J icuucicu, iuwc be'ngno marks of vio ence upon the b;dv. Ihe voune man snoken roWnnmp w William "Rvrp lpff nn n,;. n n ,ini.ncTn rpia T t r V J -11- , I frieods of tue decsased wdl institute a 1 fur.ber inves igatlon, thinking that tbe circura3auces point to foul p ay. It has caused a great excitement in the JleighuOrhocd.', TariJt Refrm. The E?z Ssdaha tariff reform club h a fai:lv a.JA id J mcefng at the hall over Hart Bro3J s'ore. V F Hart p idi and T O Stan'c w? se rdtatv. The cab Tre qngn'-' ' a speaker from abroad i-nuoc a: ue inciples of tariff rerortr but ' . nak I. :1 bp.atenj were the rs p. Ten new me ube;s were enrol'ed and be club '.s oa:'. g.-owiu? in s reogih. Tha next meeting w. Li nefd tivo w eks l.jm 1: ni-h "Edwa'ft Tpllamv dons no ''kp (o have ii s toiiowers callc d ,el amif It sounds too much like Bedlamite 5. anu socia' emovmfnc 'ide a i flpcomn"dapl tir X--.rp-v ART DEP'T 'Wfrftive just received a line ol faocy goods and art mateaial adapted fo.' all high art fancy work. Beau ti u Cbna Slk iu suDerb colerine-. fringe : 3 in two, three and four tone to to s ornaments melal orna ments comprising the latest Euro pern and American novelties. Boll en Sheeting, 72 inches wide with the Bogaiian Art Thread and Floss -is -the new craze in America and can befound in our Art Department. hig" ne(w material is used for Ti dies, Thlows, Table, Bed and Stand covers anl many other useful as well a's fanfcy articles. Zephyrs, Chenilles, Arrasene, Rib bosene, Silks and Linen Flosses, etc, Applique Art Flowers for decorating Silk Throws, Embroidery Rings, Towel Biags,' Broom Holders, etc. Goods I 'Our Shelving and Counters fairly groan .with the weight of our mam moth' stoclfc of Dress Fabtics. l,We. h'ave the choicest line ever shown' here and our prices are moder ate. "Beautiful colorings, SuperH WeaVinar Durability and elegance makes aVgood cloth. Our foreign Dress Fabrics are especially attrac tivel Our line of trimmings, too, ara Mnipryubeaiut.ful. Sea our Vandyk j-iaes see our new Draia, irimmmga, Bouncings, and don't forget our Silk-Detriment, our Peau de Soir Bitk'fe beauiiful and guaranteed t9 wear, and give entire satisfaction or money refunded. Visit us and set the new' goods. ill -J Respectfully Yours, & Meuschke 1 NO. 232, t qN..B,r-Our store will bt opea tijl d .o'clock every night after thi date, 4riin.or ghine." Ia ibe Market. ..Squsjba are 15 cents each. Water cress is worth 5 cents a minch. Cucumbers range from 10 to 15 cents apieee. Scrawny-looking apples bring 4 and 50 cents a peck. . Mandarins are becoming plenty and ace selling for 50 to 60 cents a dozen.1 finely flavored Florida piaeapple have.dropped to a quarter of a dollar each-- - L A"dizen of hen-laid eggs can b bought for 12k cents, or twenty-four for 25 cents. A peck of parsnipi, a peck of carrota crra dozen of oranges can be bought l&rSO cents. Rutabagos have gotten so nrserly and cloae that they are being sold bjr the pound for 3 cents. Sp:nach costs 30 cents a peck, but a professional boarding house landlady can gat it for 25 cen's. Sweet potatoes are selling lik nickel libraiies at 30 cents a peck.. Irish potatoes are 15 cents a peck. Potomac river shad, fresh fron Baltimore, are the oaly new fish e the market. They are worth 81 each. Cauliflower that looks like it had just recovered from a severe case of small pox i6 selling lor irom 15 to of cents. . w pickled peppers, but Pei.er paid a- pretty price for them, o cents bunch. Wild geese are flying high, now and are hard to get. Such as are on tha market can be had for from $1 to $1.50 each. Big, ripe, red "inglns," such aa Whitcomb Kiley says grows back ia tbe Tulle town of TailhoL, are 60 cents a peck. Fue lurkeys are 12 to 15 cent3 a pound. Ma lard ducks are 25 cea- each ard 31 30 cants. Domesac due' s ar3 13 ccn 1 a pound. Eut'r has at last made a rise for to i the fi it fme in a yea. Choice but- j ter s 30 aud 35 cents a pouod. Good, qualify can yet be bad for 25 cents a pou 'd. A bunch of sags or thyme, fabil soup bunche3, letluce, two uonche olj Bering onors, celery root, a pound oi l new green caooage, halt a necK o: turnips for 5 cents each. f ii nun uun Messerlv O.CsrliBasiWSls, 1 1