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THM m'DA i A "VVifiEKli'lL JULY 22, 1890.
8 " " . f OUR GRAND Mid-Summer Sale T tolrinir Splnlin Vv storm. Thousands of dollars worth of goods bought bit Brown, Daughaday & Uo 's great - 1 rt .. "1 ter3 and sold ior a iracnonai pari, in 20c to 25c White tfoods now iuc a yaru. 10c Scrims, a big lot to select from, only 4 1-2 C. oc Figured Lawns in new designs now 2 l-2c. Rn flliallW wftflm. crround and figured only 3c. A good I bleached Muslin, soft 15c a yard. 7oc Kugs down to 4UC SI 00 Riictr. now selliner for 65 C. SI. 00 Corsets in Sateen, French of entire lot only 5Uc. Embroideries at just one-half or regular price. Gents' 10c Half Hose for 5c a pair. Cru-nts? f0 TTnrifirwpar now 2iif,. Bay Rum worth 35c being sacrificed atlSc or two l)Ottles for 35c. Come down and see the fun. Standing room above par this week. FRANK B. MEYER & BRO. "GRAND CENTRAL," 304 and 306 Ohio St. PERSONAL. W. D. Fellows returned from Kansas last night. G. B. DeBernardi was down from Dres den yesterday. Col. S. H. Payne, of Fayette, was in town yesterday. Frank W. Allen, of Fulton, was at Sicher's last night James Neal, the Syracuse druggist, was in town yesterday. Miss Gertie Poteet attended the ball at Sweet Springs last night. Albert Dickman will spend the Sab bath at the state capital. S. F. Eosse will spend the sabbath with J. B. Lingley in St. Louis. Mrs. W. I. Hockaday is quite ill with hemorrhage of the bowels. Capt. E. D. Blair, of Clinton, was a gnest at Kaiser's last night. Ed. Hurley relumed to McAllister Springs yesterday afternoon. Will S. Huffman returned to Birming ham, Ala., yesterday evening. W. O. Bedford, of Warrensburg, was in town yesterday at Kaiser's. J. E. McCormick returned from Neva da, via Pleaiaitt Hill, yesterday. Mrs. Joseph Piccard has been very ill ior the past week at her home on Hancock street. Mrs. 8adie Bowser, who has been visit in her 6ister in Parsons, Kas,, has return ed home. Mm. Thomas Kelk returns to-day from a visit of three months at London, Ontario. Howard Nail, a prominent young man of Louisville, Ky., is here with a view to locating. Hon. W. D. Steele is at McAllister .Springs, where he will recuperate for sev eral days. Miss Sadie Jessup, of St. Louis, is vis ingMiss 8. Barreiras, at No. 311 Eas Fifth Btreet. D, A. Clark, Dr. T. T. Clifiord and Charles Roll came down from Kansas City last night. Bev. Aidale and wife, of Tipton, who have been visiting J, W. Truxel, returned, home last night. H. L Smith left for St. Louis last night and will return with his wife, who has been visiting in Illinois. Mike Doherty, Geo. F. Longan and A. T. Fleischmann attended the picnic near Clifton City, yesterday. R. E. Monaghan, of West Chester, Pa., was a guest at Sicher's yesterday and went west on tbe afternoon train. Misses Phe Highleyman and Leo Blakemore were paesengers to Pertle ,Spring8 yesterday afternoon. John Jeanin, lately connected with the business office of the Bazoo, left lasl night for his home at Cape Girardeau. Miss LeliaBoyd, accompanied by Mrs. Worden and daughter, Miss Nellie, returned from St. Louis yesterday. Father Dickman, of Sedalia, Mo., of ficiated at the Catholic church in this city Sunday. Higginaville Advance. Scott Barnett, head salesman at La xny'g, will spend the Sabbath in the com pany of hiB best girl at Boonville. Mrs. F.F. Cummings and daughter, Dora, former residents of Sedalia, and now of Topeka, Kas., arrived here yesterday for a visit. Hon. S. G. Kelly and family, of Knob Nosier, passed through the city yesterday afternoon, on thier way home from St. Louis. Dr. Pope Teaman, of Columbia, ar rived in the city yesterday, having been called by the death of his grandchild, Sherwood Dodge. Al. H. Dakin, a former cigar drum mer, and now engaged in the liquor busi ness at Joplin, was in town yesterday, on his way to Hannibal. Sheriff Smith and Recorder Land xnann were among the candidates who at tended the picnic at Crystal Springs, south $f Lamonte yesterday. G. C. Heard, of Washington, D. C, who was called to Denver by the dangerous illness of his brother-in-law, John Leet, arrived in Sedalia yesterday at noon. H. W. Harrii, wife and baby left for gi. Louis at noon yesterday. Mr. Harris will return to-morrow, but his wife will re jjnain for a visit of a couple of weeks. Mrs. H. H. Allen and little son, who thave been visiting here and in Boonville v ior the past three weeks, retimed to Kan ' p$s City, their home, ywterday aftfrcocn closing ouisaie are tnrowu ou uui uuuu-i l 1 1 1 -.,-. - m rtrvvm I ujcu autuoi vamc. finish, not sold but given away at wove and Summer Corsets, choice . Miss Ada Hoskinson,an accomplished young lady of Benton. 111., who has been visiting Kansas City triends, passed through the city Friday night, en route home. J. W. Hill, of the general offices; Tom Kehoe and J. D. Gibbs were passengers to Sweet Spring last evening. They attended the ball, of course. Elder F. A. Merrill, district deputy A of Wisemen, U. S. A., left for Franklin last night. He will preach there to-day in the forenoon and deliver a lecture to the Wise Men in the evening. Bart Palmer, a former clerk at Hotel Kaiser, is lying very low with consumption at his home in Joplin. He had intended visiting California, but was not strong enough to stand thetrip. Eev. R. D. Black and wile left yester terday afternoon for Warredsburg, where the reverend gentleman will preach to day. Presidinf Elder Wm. Jones will officiate at the First M. E. Chuicn here. Judge John A, liacej-, formerly of Se dalia, a clerk in the patent office, Washing ton, hae been promoted to be a principal examiner. Judge Lacey is a good lawyer, a good democrat and id a son of Rev. Dr, Lacey, who is well known in Missouri and who now lives with his son in Georgetown. Columbia Statesman. Jim O'Brien, an old Boonville boy, now of Sedalia, was in the city Saturday. Mrs. J. B. Tuttle, Sedalia, who has been visiting the family of Robert Morton, returned to her home Wednesday Dr.. G. A. Busfell, of Sedalia, visited his many friends in Boonville, this week J. B. Tnttle, of Sedalia, for several years baggage master at the M., K. & T. depot, is visiting in the oity Judge tV. S. Shirk and George P. B. Jackson, leading attor neys of Sedalia, attended circuit court this week. Boonville Advertiser. Hlbbard7 Rheumatic Lver Pills These pills are scientifically .mpoan ded, uniform in action. No griping pain so commonly following the use of pills. They are adapted to both adults and children with perfects? .ety. We guarantee they have n qur in the cure of Sick Hea d achG, Constipation, Dyspepsia, Bilious ness, and, as an appetizer, they excel any other preparation. W. E. Bard, druggist Bormaa's Case Set. The case of the State vs. J. H. Dor man, charged with feloniously assault inghis wife, has been set for a'.hearing at 10 o'clock A. M. on the 28th inst. in J ustice Fisher's court. Mr. Dorman's friends say be had great provocation for the assault, as will be shown when the case is tiied. A suit for divorce will follow. Excursion to Galyr:ton Texas. On July 29th, 1890, the Missouri Kansas and Texas, railway well sell round trip excursion tickets to Galveston, Texas, at the low rate of one fare for the round trip. These tickets are limited to three days go ing and will be good to return thirty days from date of sale, and stop-overs will be allowed at pleasure on the return journey. For tickets call upon your locai ticket agent, or address Gaston Meslceb, Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Agent, Sedalia, Mo. sun & wed tf A Sun te Lamonte. The Sedalia Cyclers, to the num ber of a dozen or more, will make a run to Lamonte today, but the chances are ten to one that a majority of them wil return on the train in stead of their wheels. The contem plated trip to Sweet Springs wa3 abandoned. -Llce&acd te Wed. Only one marriage license was issued by Kecorder Landmann yesterday, the matrimonial candidates being Hamil ton Kuykendall and Paulina Pulliam, both of Otterville. FARM LOANS. In Pettis County, at 6 per cent interest with special privi eges, laclnding partial payments. BOJLHWELL & JAYNJBS, AttyY l-18d&wlv Doaocrat bnildinp. Sedali Monuments And tombstones at your own prices. A large stock that must go. Culy A Heynen. 5&w Nwth Ohio Street, Sedilii, Mo, A Citizens' -fleeting:. A mass meeting of citizens has been called for the council chamber at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening to arrange for T T-,,..' mnnaceinn n tirl Pur-lr c Am - guls during fair week. Last year these features attracted thousands of visitors, and it is to be hoped they will be repeated this yearespecially Puck's Moguls, with Billy Bard as head pusher. Let every citizen at- tend the meeting Tuesday night and assist m every way possible in the un dertaking. Arrived at Salt LaUe. Frank E. Weaver, the New Eng land cycler, who recently visited Sedalia, has arrived at Salt Lnke City. Under the date of the 14tti. he writes the following to W. T. Kug ler : "Beached Salt Lake to-day. Have covered 80 mile1? by train, and tbe balance, some 3,300 miles, by whel. Am leelmg UKe a new laid egg. Write me at San Francisco. Chi'7?ea With Incest. City Marshal Gotleib, of Belleville, 111., passed through the city on Mis souri Pacific train No. 2, yesterday, having in custody Chas. Fleming, aged 42 years, who is charged with committing incest with his 15-year-old daughter, who is not particularly bricht. When the crime was discovered three months ago,Fleming fled and was arrested at LaCygue, Kas. He denies his guilt, but Marshal Gotleib says that conviction is almost certain. TO'Worro-v'j .'penklnsr. All the arrangements have been consummated for the grand demo cratic rally at the fair grounds to morrow, and the indications are that several thousand vJsLors will be present. Congressmen Mills and Tarsnev will arrive from Sweet Springs on the moroing train, possi bty accompanied by Congressman Mansur, and Congressman Stone will arrive from -Nevada at 8:uo a. m. Tile Si K.ctP8 Won. The M., K & T'.sand Sedalias played a benefit game of ball at As sociation park yesterday affcerno on in the presence of a fair audience. Tyler and Roach woro tho tatlcrT for tho former and Clark and Jacobs for the latter club. George Wansbrough officiated as umpire and gave entire satisfaction. TheM., K & T.'s won by a score of 10 to 5. Have Not Met Tel. The committees from the fair isso ciation and flambeau club failed to meet again yesterday, and in conse quence it is still in doubt whether or not the flambeau artists will give a display of fireworks at the fair ground Eome evening during fair week. Eat Candy if you will, but be sure to use SOZODONT right away, in order to carry oil its injur ious effects upon the teeth. All candy eaters should carry SOZODONT with them, if they wish to keep their teeth sound. The Doctor Gmen, Toe. Dr. J, W. Trader will accompany the Sedalia Kifles to Excelsior Springs this afternoon and officiate as surgeon for the company during its absence. The liquid part of the commissary will be in charge of the doctor, and only in cases of sickness will it be dealt out. " m m Tbe Conrt Uanse Walk. When Dr. Shannon's force quit work last evening, one-half of the walk around the court house square had been laid. The doctor has been delayed two days by rain, which time will be allowed him and made up in August. He expects to complete the contract by August 3rd. "Powell Kemp improving. A communication received on yes terday from Dr. G. W. Mills, who has been attending Mr. Kemp during his illness, states that Mr. Kemp will be out in a few days and will vigor ously push his claims for the nomina tion of sheriff. A Granitoid Cnrb. Dr. Shannon, who expects to put in a lot of granitoid curbing on Broad way, ha3 a sample of his work on ex hibition at Fourth and Ohio streets and asks for it an inspection at the hands of taxpayers. He claims that it discounts all other curbing in use. A ?6,000.Dea1. Jos. S. Fernald et al. yesterday deeded to Geo. S. Fernald a tract of land on Second, between Washington and Mill streets, and also lota 7 and 8, block 1, E. T. Brown's addition to Sedalia, the consideration being $6, 000. He mmic the ilrealt. Presiding Elder Wm. Jones has just made a circuit of his district and informed a Bazoo reporter yesterday that all the churches are in a very flourishing condition. He will com mence his second trip over the dis trict to-morrow. Some splendid bargains in good sec ond hand guitars. Call at once. J. W, Truxel Music Co., 114 East Fifth street, cjfrwl t "White Feott." SOttE SCHOOL STATISTICS. , The Eflumoralioil of petn8 I County lleport of County Clerk T. P. Mitchum. Yesterday, Thoa. F. Mitchnm, county clerk, forwardtd to ihe state superintend ent of public schools the enumeration and financial report of Pettis county for the school year ending June 30, IS90, which report will be of interest to all pa trons of our public schools as well as to our tax-paying citizens, therefore the Bazoo gives the same in detail: ENUMERATION. While males of school age 4,227 While females of school age 4,229 Total Colored mates of school age.... Colored females of school age. .8,456 470 434 Total. Total Totol 904 males 4,697 femnles 4,663 Grand Total Following are the ennual disbursements. 9,360 receipts and J-ECEIPT3. . Cash on hand July 1, 1SS9 $ S,570.53 Amount received fiom stale fund for 18S9 9,013.50 Amount of interest received from county fund 2,015.81 Amount of interest received from township fund 1,139 49 Amount of tuition fees received... 258.77 Amount of railro id tax received. 4,680.18 Amount received from direct tax. 20,918.90 Total receipts .$i6,G27.1S DISBURSEMENTS. Amount paid for teachers' wages, incidental expenses, &c $37,565.23 Cash on hand July 1, 1890 $ 9,061.95 The principal of the various school fund is as follows : Amount of permanent school fund ...$33,927.90 Amount of permanent township fund 23,565.60 Total Echool funds of Pet tis county $57,493.50 Amount received from strays, fines. &c. and added to the countv nublic school fund.. .$ S62.43 Number of school dis.ricts in cuunty, 100 Jim QossagG'-i Challenge. Jim Uossase and Jim wumn were talking about big eaters yesterday when the lormer remarked : I hear much about New York sports winning prizes at eating con testa, but I am not too stuck up to go to anybody in this town for 850 that t can aown more molasses in nve min utes than my challenger can. I came from Tennessee, where the toothsome syrup is frequently on everybody's lips. I offer no objection to spoons m eating, but I warn the person who has nerve enough to bet that he can eat more than I can that I use a kettle with a spout. Man, monev and molas ses can be found any day by calling at police headquarters. Mr. Wuinn declined to enter into contest with iossage, so at present the latter must stand as the champion molasses eater of bedaha. Entitled to the Best. All are entitled to the best that their money will buy, so every family should have, at once, a bottle of the best family remedy, byrnp ot tigs, to cleanse the sys tern when costive or bilious. For sale in gists and $1.00 bottles by all leading drug- Coming: Events. Next month will be a busy month for Sedalia. Several noted events will occur during the month long to be remembered by Sedalians. The 9th of August the regular theatrical season opens at Wood s Opera House with the Primrose & West Minsttel Company of 60 people, one of the best Minstrel companies in the world. On the 12th of August the s:ite conven tion of the Farmers' and Laborers' TT 1 I 1 . 1 union win convene nere witn some 300 delegates in attendance, and will remain here m session two days. On the 14th of the month the State Suu dar School convention will be called to order, the session being of four days duration. On the 18di tbe Pet tis county Teachers' -Normal Institute will be held at the Broadway public school building. The instructors will consist of many of the best profesou ot the state. Un the 19th the Missou ri State Fair step3 in and holds forth during the remainder of the week. He Went to Hon tana. George Schilling, the switchman. who skipped out last Wednesday? leaving his family destitute, has gone to Montana, as the Bazoo learned ves- terday. He went on the M., K. &T. to Moberly, thence to Ottumwa, Iowa, . i x t T i r tnence u ou jraui, minn., and over the Northern Pacific to his destination. He tried to work an M., K. & T. conductor, but failed and had to pay his fare. BacKlen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cut Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Eneum, Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively curei Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 centi per kox. ForialebyMertzd. Hale. Retarn ol Baa Pennies. John Henry Summers, after a short vacation, is registered at Hotel de Prentice. John Henry could not stay away from the seductive in fluences of the Prairie City and came back to serve the city the thirty days' work hanging over his head. The irrefutable Frank Gavhart leaves to-day for Boonville. When he gets tired of the capital of Cooper county he will probably return to this city. H. B. Johnson, a tinker, aud a "stay-man," is spending to-day in the 'bo. se. Officer Sciiiley found him in an alley dead drunk yesterday and carted him to the police statiou. Joe Salisbury, who has not been drunk since 1883 and was let off easy by Judge Halstead yesterday morn- iug without a free lecture, with a one dollar fine, was run in again in the afternoon. After his release he took a "bracer" aud then indulged in a number of schooners to keep com pany with the bracer. He drank so many tumblers of poison he will not be fully sobered up when he will greet Judge Halstead to-morrow morning. Starch grcw3 sticky common powdere have a vulgar glare. PozzonPs is the only Complexion Powders fit for use. . m Judge Halfttead'M Conrt. Five cases were disposed of in the police i - court vesterday mormmr. Judge Halstead did not give a decis- iou in the Turley case as was expected. He announced chat he would render hi3 decision sometime during the early part of the week. Aunt Lizza Martin indulcred in too much under-proof alcohol, on Friday, and had a col lision with Mattie Thomas, at her residence in digger Town, in which she came out second best. Annt Lizza pulled an old musket, which had seen service in the Pequoil war, on Mattie and threatened to Wow off the north-pole surface of the latter's cranium. The musket would not go off, and she then seized a small stand and used that as a battering-ram. Mattie did not mind the musket be cause she knew it was loaded with rust clear up to the muzzle, but when it came to battering-rams she drew the line then and there. Her right mauler flew out quick and straight from the shoulder, catching Aunt Lizza on the neck and sending her to grass. Aunt Lizza came up smiling for the second round, and also came up with a brick in each hand. Mattie's right duke flew out again and Aunt Lizza turned a flip-nap, landing with her head on a sharp rock, which cut through the wool and hide, making a small scalp wound. Aunt Lizza thought she had been hit with brick at least she swore on the stand that she was knocked hors de combat by a brick thrown by Mrs. Mattie. Other witnesses swore that Mattie simply acted on the defensive. She was fined $2.50 for disturbing the peace and a stay allow-! ed during good behavior. Joe fealiabury was drunk last Friday for the first time since 1883. He did not mince matters but had a high old time, and when arrested by a cop he thought he was president and cashier of the electric railway, and a partner of Jay Gould. His head was consid erably out of joint when he appeared in court. He said there was no doubt about his being drunk the day before and was willing to swear to the fact if the court thought it necessary. Judge Halstead was about to read the prisoner a severe temperance lecture when balisbury threw up both hands and exclaimed, "Judge for God's sake don't give me a free lecture, I can't i stand it Pve been- punished j enough already. Ihe court was Kock ed clear off his pins and when he could control his voice he uttered "One dollar!" Salisbury paid the fine and hastily left the courtroom. John Havden brought his wife and little children to the city on Friday on a shopping trip. He left his fami ly in the wagon on Ohio street before any purchases were made. John visit ed a number of saloons and in a short time had blown in all of his money and in return for the coin became the possessor of an elephantine jag. He was crazy drunk when a policeman landed him in the 'boose. After be ing locked in a cell he turned loose a vollev of oaths such as had never been heard in the lock up before. Judge Halstead tried to quiet him but was soundly cursed tor his pains. Owing to the fact that the man's family was destitute, and that a heavy fine and imprisonment would work an injury to them the court placed the fine at $5 and allowed a stay on four dollars. Chas. Spernell wa9 fined $1 for late hours, which he paid. Jennie Cornelius, a good looking mullato girl, who was arreated for disturbing the oeace of a neighbor, stoo4 trial. It appeared that Jennie was jealous of her neighbor's daugh ter, who had won the heart ot ner former beau. Hence the alleged annoyance. The preponderance of 7 . , in TflTitiJnJp ArrftH an1 the case wae dismissed. 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Kogera was in Sedalia Wednesday, accomranied by her daughter, Miss Florence. Miss May Woods spent several days in Sedalia last week, and re turned Thursday afternoon. Mr. Sam Snyder, formerly of this place, but now in California, lately married a young lady in that state. Mr. G. W. Terry and family left Saturday for Eldorado Springs,. where they wilt remain ior sometime. Miss Lizzie Kennedy, of Sedalia,. who has been visiting Miss Lucy Terry, returned to her home Tuesday. Miss Crawford, who has been visiting the family of G. W. Craw ford, was in Sedalia several days last week. J. S. Fleming, a well known cattle men of this place, was in Kan sas City Monday and Tuesday, on business. J. I.'Workman, of Knobnoster, passed through here Frida' morning, on his way to Houstonia, where he will remain for two weeks. Mr. Allen Chiplev and wife, of Pueblo, Col., are here on a visit to relatives. He is general manager of the Pueblo Hardware Company and reports everything lively in his state Mr. John McConnell, of St; Louis, baggageman on the Missouri Pacific, was home on a visit to his mot1" , who is in poor health. His wife and daughter accompanied him, and his daughter will remain several. weeks longer. Mr. Goodrich, the genial mana ger of the Lamonte Butter and Cheese company, left Thursday for Hardy,, Neb., accompanied by his wife. Mr. Lyons has been employed in his place.. Miss Nora Littlefield, president of the W. C. T. XL, was in Green Kidge several days this week. Miss Lettie Brown, of Dresden, has been elected to the position of teacher in the public school at this place. This position has been held for some time by Miss Sallie Hushes, of thi place ; but owing te tbe fact that she has accented a similar potition in Kansas City, she was not an applicant Miss Florence Ragea, who declined the place last year when tendered to iher, was an applicant this year.