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ITiiS SHiDAlOA WEEKLY'
AOGv MARCH 11, 1890. 8 TOWJiXLiS. .11,000.00 worth of Towels to be sold tnis week at heretofore .unheard of low prices. See Our 5c Towels. ;i: : ee Our Great aULiiien 10c Towels. j - - See Our Extra size all linen 12 Towels. i . PERSONAL. TUEIIi ASSESSMENT. How Uie County Conifc and (he Kailroads Asrec. l-2c 20c was in Srdal:a yesterday aftepnoon. Judge lialey. o! bwret bonnes, came in on the branch, yesterday morning. Richard Ellison and David Overstreet, both of Stuilhton, were in town yesterday. Prof. iv. M. Scot ten came down on the east-bound Pacific yesterday morning. stl tt i a i tt i ttw i m i j juage iicnara rieia.oi me circai. coun, See Our Knotted End Damask Towels at paued through yesterday, from Leton lO OU IjOUIS. Capl Ed W. Stevens will leave on the noon train for Sf. Louis, to be absent n- Frank C. Hay man, of Houstonia, was in town yesterday. Jule TuEch, of Lamonte. took dinner at Kiley'a yesterday. Mrs. F. M. Kendall of Windsor spent ye3lerday in S.daha. A. P. Jsspenschied, the insurance rustler, visi ed liploo yesteiday. Tbe countvr has fixed the assessment rA ? ,Vh r8t Lamonte township of the Missouri Facific, the Missouri, Deering Junior Steel Binder. KING OF THE HARVEST FIELD. o x Te TnoTTTT 'oil iirinri Trnrrol rnavln I til Tuesday. OUC LUC ioj gcou -lw v j iiuv w Joe Bower, all the way fcom Hnrrhss ATj ZoC viJle, was yesterday circnlatmg among , . . s ms o'dana irienas. A O See 15 tU UUV. - I roil W. Blanl, tne dandsome junior proprietor oi tue Jt5oon?iue Advertiser, waB in the city yesierday. .Trvpp.nh Menschke ho has been snend- Lamon'e deuol 300 A a r-F ToWoT.inftrtcl of. Tirinoc tliQ.t. wHl TYIfYTA ine the winter in California is the truest of Tank and engine house. ... 300 A sjx miv his brother Henrv Menschke. Section house 100 Kansas & Texa5?, the Lexington & St. Louis, and the Sedalia, Warsaw & Southern railways, for the year of 1S90 as follows. The first eet of fig ures, pfter the name of ike liae, depot, laDk, elc, indicates ill i value set by I he railroad company, ard the second or last set, lue vuaiion by the county couit : MISSOURI! PACII'IC. Main line ,..$10,000 $15,000 Smi'hlon depot 303 300 CnilbiOn section house ... 100 100 Sedal:a depot, half-interest 300 300 Pass, depot, tanks, elc. 5,000 6,0.0 tupl'. office (brick) 2,000 2,500 Oili2r buildings, etc 500 500 Dresden depot 200 Works Perfectly on Rough, Uneven Cround.-Some Others do not. Works Perfectly In Tall, Heavy Craln.-Some Others do not. Works Perfectly in Light, Short Grain. Some Others do not. Works Perfectly In Badly Lodged Grain. -Some Others do not. Strongest Frame, Simplest Construction, I Easily tho lead of pre Managed. GREAT IMPBOVBMBNTS for 1890 place it farther than ever in tholead OUR ASSORTMENT OF GRAIN AND GRASS-CUTTING MACHINERY is made Com plete with our 811 DEE than please you. A line of Press Goods that lay them all in the shade, both in quality, price and style. FxaxxIs. S Meyer cfc Bro. Henry U. Li. Mcuartf has moved Irom near Clifton to Sedalia. We dislike to loie him fiom Cooper county. Boonville Adver- titer. Ber. Mr. Collins, of Clinton, brother of E. ft. Calling, of this cit?, waa a passe n- Sedalia denot.half interest. ger from the west, on the Missouri facioc. bum n depot jesitiuay luoruiug. i LEXINGTON BRANCH. B. W. Zimmerman ol this citr wat Mnin 200 300, 400 100 RING LIGHT REAPER. RING GIANT MOW :Eacii llis Leader in its Glass. SI'SSOU-RI, KANSAS & TEXAS. Main Line $7,000 $10,000 Gr- :n Kidje depot 2o0 S'ciion house 150 Water tank 300 200 400 150 200 300 200 R. RING LIGHT MOWER. Our DEERING BINDER TWINE made by ourselves is the best in tho world. We are the only Harvester Manufacturers who adopted this practical method of protecting farmeif against poor Twine. Apply to oar ne&reet agent for Illustrated Catalogue and Fall Information or Write jettons. WM. DEERING & CO., Chicago. S?,;oe Courts- Mrs. Alex Stephens of BooaviPe is visiting Mrs. Abiel Leonard at Mount Leonard. 304 and 306 Ohio Street. LOCaXi points. Frosty midnight. Bright moonlight night was last Yesterday morning opened oat f nel. Farmers will soon begin to plow and plant. "Quiet in police circles up to -loon of aight, -rtis goodto mn acroijjnday nce in awhile. Xhij&M Go to Hildebrand for "the choicest t teak and cutlets. Don't ate to many koya J5afinjJ8r 9 elock thew evenings. "Z Overcoats and heavy trfwere a mild harden ytaterday afternl. Good deal of politics t3fce square iach scattered around Se4aliafTpresent. Businea in nearly all linakas good is could be exp ct?d at thit'.CttaAof the jear. Cheaper to travel now tjiahltfay at lome, since the cat rates kavbeeri in augurated. Some snow f till lingers on tfovouth jxde of the streets where tall Ipjdiogs keep off the sun. c If a much duller day fcneitems, ever dropped down on the QaeroTC'we fail to remember it, -2 Jobn D. Hughes, of (ie6'f5&towD,"c circulating a petition to haveliie feJectrfe street railway extended to GfjQtgeto9i,tt Transfers j of realty guile extensive --yesterday noon. The streewere mi?i erably muddy, and that was tbp.pjLUe, qL Those who drive and .rideAre not much regard for those wlio, llC,Tft last named were, occasionaryV'ft&hl- spat tercd with mud yesterday. l??Jzlt A bright little girl of ths. c&ywas re-: cently asked by her teacher wlralt Jh"ica eoans were all laughing aWuk-V She quickly replied, "Mc(Jinty.?, Aocd an The seventh annual ball an4bftnAuet of Golden Eajrle lodse, No. 78. Brdtiier-f hoQdxf en March ly anticipated Mr. Blair, the genial clotkier of -c ond aud Ohio, has contributed teethe gco logical class of the Broadway schopli number of specimens of various rock., for mations. Ihe gift was highly appfeTjfatef and the class wii receive sinvlar -ones'-rn the future. elected pr tide-: ot the .Lumber Dealers Gerlry section house associauoD, whicn convened m Kansas Georgetown teclion house Uity Unday afternoon. Huihcville section house J. W. Branch returned yesterdav from Hurrh' :ville tank. Auroi-, where he spent several days. He Hugjctville depot report the town booming and the orda ham teere doing well. W 8 Huflman left last nieht with his family, to take up his future jesidencein Birmingham, Al?. The Bazoo wishes him well in his new field of labor. && Joseph Teajrue of Lamonte town hip waa in lie city yesterday. He will be a caadida'5 on the democratic ticket tbie fall for county assessor. MriieB'"arallte A meeting: of the .Pettis CoKnlv HorLi- caWri? society wasno hare'bcairlield yes- for 8an Antonio, Ter., where he go for a DenisoQ and this citj, had a most in Urdav morning at he court house in week's visit with a brother. tercstin? vount man and ladv a? na- d&isbut a paucity in aVteodanpe caused I rubKc Administrator Clopten was tfaeofneecs to postpone tke ratbefinf until Hmnin lrnnnH. wmIppH.v mUh n it l -. . . . . . I 1 j j i , n ..u mi- M! frc .otarday in Marcn:that which tack of rheumaiisai, brought o i by ex meeung, it is expected that qSile a num- poare on his recent trip to 8a ne county. Miss Sallie Spencer and Miss line....... $ 4,000 $ 8,000 Pearl Pan ish of Marshall leftThtr.s- The Pettis county lodge of the Inde pendent Order of Good Templar will meet in Quarterly session tc -morrow morn ing at 10 o'clock at the hall, corner of Sev enth and Ohio, At 2 p. m. another meet ing will be held, and in the evening the public rin be admitted. A- literary and madcjl program me has been ifraoged for ttie last mentioned occasion. jTustice A. B. Fisher is worthy county templar in Pe'- uscoaniy, idqj. yy. Alien n wortny j county secretary. 20 100 100 200 2no Houstonia depot G00 Hoastonia section house 1CD WARSA.1V NARROW GDAG E. Main line $ 1.500 Sedalia dspot 200 Engine hou etc White Station depot 153 20 100 1C0 200 250 300 1C0 $ 2-COO GOO 100 150 LAMOSTE ITEMS Mr. Eaiile Smith a we'l known voinr I -it.-' .v? i. ' . " Kcnu- toid oi mis cuj, jen rriaay evening Kaaaway CsBple. Tlie other day Conductor Coonradt, of the M. M. & T. railroad beiween day evening for a visit to Kansas City ft-iends. Miss Rosa Sharp, one of Mar shall's fair forties, who has been visit ing Gfllirm ffiends, has returned home. Miss Rhoda Stevens has gone to Hot Sorings, Ark. She will spend some lime in New Orleans before re turning home. Mr. J. H. Burnett of Nodaway county recently sold to Andy Case bolt, of Bear Miami, a' fine two year t ber of new members will loin. MillotfParriRh is president and L. T. T7T-1- . tiL.....?.ii -auk, rytvi&ry oi me society, 4j j TT ' Tliiiipka.., Tlie CVumbia Herald in its last issue his the ioJ lowing, jiompiiiajtnfacy pxra graph, for which all, proper acknowledg ucubis ucieuj ujaue . iw, : "J. Wcti Goodwld, of the Sedalia Bizoo x Kcibiux wen auu will EOOQ ne .nut izun. LHis big white hat and brezyvrjnanner. his cucrgysnu caiuubjaam axeiainniar 10 r . Vt . many Diiwoariaos. wnenevex; mere is a gathering of newspaper' men to discuss measures for the advancement of ithe .nro- r fess'on Mr.Goodwin is on Kao'd. "May it V 1 02 long so I ? -- - - - .i. f SWEET SPRINGS -SfePlNGS. at Sicher's park on Ibe VeyPg: '-ot 17th. An elesrant trmeis'ocr'fident- To loan in Sedalia "andj Central Missouri farms. $250,000 Very lowest rates. F.HoTjSTOlO OhiftSt, rADMI A A MO 81,000 AND rnnm lumixc. upwards. In Pettis County, at 6 per cent, interest with special privi eges, including partial payments. BO'lHWBLL & JAYNES, Atty's. l-18d&wlv Dtvci'rat bipldin? SedaH W. S. Huffman and John Har'horn, have formed a partnership in th insurance business. They are bo'h popular young men ana sterling, energetic bus'ie? men. They deserve success snd lots of it. The Ladies Aid societv of the Con gregational chu chare mal'ng gingham aun bonnets and aprons wh:rh can be had for 2o and So cents each. Any one desir ing either can apply to Mrr. Paff, 212 East Fifth street, or ti Mu, Philip Habn, 492 West Seventh str-st. Just a little sunshine, just a little rain ; just a little happiness, just a-ttle psin ; just a little poverty, just a -little gold ; and the eventful tale of human life is told. Just a little token, just a little sign, always a rleasnnt word, always a treat, when you go lo Swan's to get your nice fresh meat. No. 711 Oh:o. The twenty-first anniversary of the establishment of the D. O. H. (Harigari) in Sedalia, was celebrated Friday night by a ball at Harmonie hall, on iain street. Everything passed ofi pleasantlv under the management of Messrs. J. W. Siebe, Henry Schumacher and Clem Honkomp. Mr. Tony Leece was floor manager. Prof. Frienmel's orchestra provided excellent music for tbe occasion. . The woodhaurs are sn odd set in some things. For a difference of a nickel in price, they will unhook their team from l'je load, go home. cDme .ftrack. next day, st'li st-ud out for the nickel all dav, again diseagage their animals, again go home, again come back, and perhaps .on the third day, after having left their '-fejr of wood on the square for two nights and three days, get the nickel they haggled tie Sweet Spiugs, Mo.. March 8. JCo rcspoboence of tiie Baiobl.. i ? : B. F. Sw?2gard went to Tbpeka, Ki., jiast week. . - .. -4 Carlton Achamire leftlast'J'rlday for J. J. bmi(h retunid.--Tuesday from iWashmgtpn City. I Ed. Mathews went to Sedalia Sunday, retaining Monday. . i Miss x)eilie Dunksburg was in this cty the first of the week. Chris Cojlyer, of Topeka, Kansas, is in the city, visiting relatives. . : W.JH. Reed of Sedaliaspent ,Wedi d a VnH Thursd ay in th ii city. ( 1 1 ? W. H. Weeklv left for Marshall Mnn, flay to visit relatives and friendsi f Miss Fannie Hancock, of near Black burn, is visiting the Misses DrysdiUe.': J Eev. C. H. WePs, accompanied' W" his vaugaier, juiss xora. SDenL xmsoav in Sedalia. " J Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Campbell ofiKan sas City have returned to this city 4lfjjarthe summer. -M. H McAfee. Jas. Lvneb1. .lease Marr and Pope B iggins were in Marshall last week. - Miss Lillie Dryidale returned recent ly f:om a visit to relatives in Ba'bej? coun ty, .Kansas. f 1 Moss Land and wife, of Hisreinsyille. were in the city last Sundav viiitincr the former's parents. ?'-t 4 Mrs. H. A. Lonean and her sister. Miss Stella Berry, of Houstonia, were in .1 ?i a J . . me cuy jesieraay, visiting relatives. Misses Artie and Kate Bright came home Tuesday from Belton, Tex?s. Miss Artie lelurned Ftldav, where she will re sume her position as music teacher in Bay lor college. Ho wad County Items. Miss Settle, of F.arklin, nas the guest of M'sa A 'ma Turner last week. Ihe stockmen of Cooper county will have a horse and jaclc show in .tsoonvil'e March 12th. Miss Nannie Keyser, of Fayette, vVtcd tbe farn'ly of J. G. Herndon the prst week at Franklin. Henry Withers, city attorney of Kansas Ciiy, yis'ted his brother, B. W. Withers near Chariton last week. F. M. Napleton, sold to Warren Bailey a pair of the finest mules in the county one day last week, for which he was paid a fancy price. George Maupin bought a fine year old co!t a few days since from John S. Todd, for which he paid $150. He also bought one from IT. W. Leonard at tbe same price, George C. McLaughlin, who hs been traveling in Tex cr the benefit of his health, relumed home last nigkt. He re ports an enjoyable lime and is much improved. T. B. Anderson has sold out b!s busi nese at Clay Center, Has., and has returned to brdalia. He is not yet sure wheth er he will go into business here or go else wnere. Jack Kaeer ol Panliae ws in town yes'erday. So a'so were Q. Eedd ot La monte, Hoc Brent of Blackwa'er, acd Jim, someumes called "Jumbo" Smith; of Sm'lh'on. The last named will be a can didate for sheriff next fall. Mr. G. H. Hobson, of 118 East Fifth street has crone to Albia. To war to entraps in the lumber busin s. Mr. Hobwn will join him next week. The Bazoo wishes them well m their new home, and resre's to have tuetn leave our beaut ful ciiy. O. H. Smith Esq. left yedterdav morn ing for Toeka, Kas., to ailend the funeral cf Mrs. Cross, mo her of Capl. H. C. Cross oneot iie receivers of the K. K. & T. Mis. Cross wj an aunt of Mr. Smith and was Si years old. She died Friday morn ing March 7, at the residence of Capt, Crosa at Emporia. AT 'jM H J 1 . : S. Eileys W. H. Austin , San Antonio : A. Jones, Waco, Tex. ; A. Bengley, Calu met: Pat Conner, J. L. Taylor, Green Ridge ; W. N. Silsby, John Bitchier, die Ump; Wm. Bissell, Independence; John D. and W. A. Hemphill, Houstonia. Merchants Thos Glaze, Muscogee, I T: Frank Debold. Montrose : J H Kinkead. Lamonte ; J Wishart,St. Lou:s ; Mrs Ciara E Bobinson, Holden ; B B Barney, J J J?isner, .fans : J K. Bell. Calhoun : J S Franklin, Worland ; G Creswell. PitUfield, ill. Le Grande A Meslon, Albion, Mich ; J li riorr. Chicago ; Mis Maud McGill, Os wego, Kan : Eev Henry Tudor, St I ouis ; Frank Howard, Kankakee, IU; S S Swing, Moline ; R 8 Bobb, Galesburg; P M Mc- inlire, Monmouth : Ira P Cooper. B b Bresfield, Chicago ; John W Omiler, Clin ton : V7 C Murphy and wife. Morgan svi He. Kan. Sicher.- S C Shul'z, Kansas Citv: O Y "Warren, Walker; Kate L Maher, Chicago; J Caldwell, Brooklyn; Tcm Schwaneke, U P Hufiagel, St Louis: W A Bays, Omaha; WE Jenny. US eeoioeist: L D Honkins. St Louis. T S Ransom, tioston; J H Stewart, Kansas Uity; R A Heath, New York; Chas E Ware, H C Orrick, St Louis; WO Mc- Connell. Hannibal; Claude Haley, Kansas City. Kaiser's. J N Beeson. Dowajriac, Mich ; J HCondit, T D Cnase, W Pugh, W C Betls, Kansas Citv ; H L Bauer, A O Kennedy, W S Wells. W F S -ott, A D Chapr-ll, St. Lmiw ; C W Little, H L Marpie. T T Symthe, S Taylor, New York : C CBell and wife. Boonville : J J Railey and wire. Mis A P Wilson, Sweet 8prings ; John R Gentv, Locust Grove Farm : M Joaihimi, Versailles : Louis Obemeyer. Chicago ; A W Young, Alton : Urban Weiner, Mexico. "I see a star, Eve's first born, in where tram jj Comes thedamp twilight that bringeth pain. For aches of head, neuralgia, cut and bruise, Try Kalvalion Oil, these will you lose. "How can Mrs. Smith wear such a handsome velyet coat?" uMy dear child, don't you know her husband saves doe'ers bills by using Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for the child -en. tercst'ng young man and lady as pa senge 3 on nis irao. They were a a runaway couple fiom Green ilidije, Mo., and being cousins tbe laws of Mil ouri would not permit their ma nase. out as luev were deeply miova with each other aod wholly unhappy out of the companionship f eacu other they planned lo run away from the:r native hea h to the Indian Ter ritory, where tbe mairiage 'aws are not so sacredly guard -d. It was im- matenal to tuem where they went. and being ignoraot of the country they appealed 1 Conductor Coonradt to enlighten them on the nearest and beit p ace they could be "spPccd" as tbe groom put it. The attentive con ductor faugges cd Vin ai a good pi e and he couple got ofi there, wh re te ceremony was T)?rformcd. On hijretu' n tiip trom Denion Con ductor Coonradt says the first percon he met wlen he alighted fom his train at Vjoiti was hi3 M'ssouri iriend, who at once told hm that he entered the state of ma'rirnooy all r'ght, and judgiug from u3 manner ifewhapp er 'room 3 are seldom seen. Pardons Sun. DieJ. John Kione7, a sect'ou laborer on the M., K. & T. from Woodbine, T?x , d'ed at lh rat-road hospital yesterday morning, enrly, of a tumor of tue larynx, and was buned y terd.iy apternoon by Undertaker Hiiiis from tbe German Catholic church. He was 40 years of age. old draft stallion; also one Crank of near 8backelford. to S. L. Beer 0. Miss Jessie Wilcox is vis'tiog re lai ives at Renick, Mo. J. T. Hou?e and fam'ly moved to California, Mo., last week. La Monte has no complaint to make of prosperity at present. The promenade concert at the opera house Tuestiay night will be the most enjoyable affair ever witnessed in ths city, lbee was a very interesting and select party at Mr. J. H. Kinkead7 last Wednesday night in honor of Miss Edna Woodworth who is visiiing there. The Dump sale is ?aid to have been the largest public sale held in this section for a long time. Hovers were there from all oyer the county, and stock so'd well. A. Widder, of Sweet Springs is the owner of the "boss" sow. Last week she gave birth to 21 pigs, 13 of inh a A Iiviop". hhft is nf thft Rprl 1 ? t . ; t 7 i use tnem inree weexs on Jersey specres, and wli weigh about of . Rmmrd flntlA wh?ftll 600 ponjds. Mr. K. C. Kelly, wbo resid'-'? five miles south of Sweet Springs, bougbt a car load of corn in Kansas la?t week, wlrch was received he e Friday. He received another load Weimeiday. Iniwcorn is loaded on tbe cars In Kansas, for 17 cents and is delive ed here for 24 h cents a bushel and when in Mr. Kelley's crib will coit him about 27 ceats a Dr. Kernodle, we art glad to s(ate is able to throw aside his crutches, after being compelled to account WaS 9U8- ia;ned by his horse falling with lim. A Scrjp of Paper Saves ber L fe lt was just an ordinary rcrap of wrap ping paper, but it saved her )fe. Sbe was in the list stages of couu iiotion, told by phys'ciane that she was incurable and cou'd live only a short time ; she weighed less i ban seyeotv pounds. On apiece oE wrappin paper 'he read of Dr. King's N"7 D;co rv and got a sample boUle' ji nelped aer, the bonght a large bottle, i bushel, which is cheap for swelled he'pea her mo-e. bought another and grew 5 . v er ias.. coT.iuuea us COta. now 14& use ana is : c ! r( n ir ho 'u nlnmn aramlimi ine CO 'OtV COUl I Wa lO PeiSlOn nnnntis For tnllp Monday, and scon af.er it convened, ' io W. H. (. ! utugist. Fort Smiih. Trial Messrs. Pope Hi?g;ns, G. W. Sm'tu, bt- s oiVuist wonue'-Tiii Dhovery free at niirl M. IL Mr-A left of Swr S.ii i.itrs J M & bale's drug ttore. and Je e Marr and James F. Lynch, two leaclms: larmeis, nut he Turned Calfie C.-, Wichita, Kan. , Ma ch S. W. T. 1Q an appeo aace "n the inteest of touauuviiiuuui mcuinr usa Jjjnv;. , JLieweSSS Ot tS ClLVtOOK a rCOm water. Mr. Pope Hi-jg'ns made the tje Goodyeir lioue last niut and priucipsl srouruent before the ''ou. t, 'auicidcu uy ;u ning t.n the gas. He but was ably seconded b bi3 asso-( has no reLt'vrs : nd Ipft no slate rat3. Af.er a lull anu complete' ment. hearing, the cotr t ordered the con-' strucvion of an iion bridge, with iron . The empress of Germany has in- fulfill ! -t'ar2 n of n rtnot ti r f 1 j .1 r 1 n "uuu"11 1' "-j -a" ueLMtea seventeen rows oi peans irom ceriug o,OiiU. 1 the late ex-Emnrass of Augnsta. Severe coughs and colds, causing irita tion and inflamation of the air passages, bronchial tubes, etc.. are relieved almost instantly by "Coldicure." 25 ceate per 'free "Work done w a pen in the abore tnstitutioa, Senci for beautiful catalogue and specimens of pa 1a sk