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SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO.
VOLUME 22. inter Bros SALES This Week. Starting the ball for the largest fall business ever had in Sedalia. It will be to your interest I j A I watch special adver tisements. Special sale everj- week. inter Bros, PERSONAL. M. M Cooper, of Lexington, was in the cily yesterday. Hon. John H. Lucas, of Osceola, in the ciiy yerterday. was The McLean-Prescott ped at icher?. company stop- J- I'aird, of Clinton is spending Sunday in the city. J. B. V in Dyne and wile arrived hi the city ye-t r.iay afternoon. P pc llijrsin, a ISweel .Spring? mer chant w:s in ilie city yesterday. C. II. McCullouijh of the city of Mexico, was i Sicht-r's yettr r.iay. M. McCtfii, of (Irain Valley, was in the city yesterday, at the Merchants. C. A. Hart well, of Kansas Citv was in the city yesterday at the Kaiser." Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Browning, of Adrain, Mo., are in the city at Kaiser's. Rev. w. f T..tpjin Kinnrp''- Spriugs, a noted Methodist divine, was in the city yesterday. Chas. Schmidt of Honcomp A SchmiJt. returned lust ninht from a two weeks trip on the roa'L Miss Marv Klink, who has been visit ing friends in Kansas ;i y durinc th past week returned home last Wednesday. Walter Shirk and Jos. Harris came down from Karsas City last night and will spend to-day with friends and relatives. Geo. Kahrs and family, returned from Kansas City Friday night, where they had been visiting for some time. Rev. Dr. Junes of the Methodif-t church left yesterday afternoon for War rensbunr, where he will preach to-day. Mrs. Ed Burrowes and children leave for St. Louis to-morrow, where they will visit with friends for a couple of weeks. J. S. Cupp, of 2sew London, has been made a postal cleik on the Katy between this city and Sedalia. Hannibal Journal. J. L. Wo.jjford, H. D. Laushlin. Bob Scnulthers and C. .Marfarline, all of St. Louis were registered at Sichei's yesterday. Senator John J. Ingalls, of Atchison, Kas., patted through the city yesterday with his family on his way home from Washington. A. J. Evarts, of St. Lmis ; William Hurtig, Cincinnati aud James B. Mc Gowan, of Kansas Ci'y were registered at the Kaiser yesterday. H Bredencamp, of Walker, Vernon county, was in the city last niyht, enroute to St. Louis. While here, he was the guest of his friend, Al Gordon. Miss Lulu Suck, of Gainesville. Tex., who came to Sedalia to attend her sister's wedding, left last evening for her home, after a mcst enjoyable visit. Willie Chester, of Warrenshurjr, who has completed a course al Brown's collegp, left last night for Ft. Scott, where he U to take a position oa the Gulf road. Messrs. T. J. Wallace: J. II. Goodwin, L. H. Hanhberger and 0. F. Arnold, of Bunceiou, tveic lu eedalla, Monday, W. B. Kerns was there Tuesday. Boon ville Advertiser. Ed. T. O'Rear chf it clerk in state trearurer's office, Jefferson Ci'y, passed throuph the city yesterday afternoon en route to Marshall Mo., where he will spend Sunday. Mrs. Judge J. W. Mclntire of Joplin, Mo., was in the city yesterday registered at Sichers. Mrs. Mclntire left on the day train for Boonvil'e to visit her son who is at Kemper's School. W. M. Johnsen and wife, A. Hann beck and W. M. Ihomas of Boonville, passed through the city yesterday on their way home from St. Louis. They break fasted at Kaiser's. Mr. J. H. Bowron and family, of St. Louis, arrived in the city yesterday and will make their home here. Mr. Bowron is a lawyer and will locate in Sedalia to practice bis profession. Thomas Finerty, who ha been in the west for the past four years has re turned to Sedalia to make it his future home. Tom is an old time Sedalia boy and his host of friends will be glad to see him once more. Robt. Cunningham arrived in the vALjr icAt ujui iivui iu 1 1 o it c vif tiuu n ill spend to-day with his friends here. Sev- erai memoers oi tne .r-asi euaiia iuuiurai admiration society were at the train and gave him a hearty welcome. Senator Richard Coke and Congress man C. B. Kilgore, of Texas, were regis tered at Sicher's y iterday. The latter, it will be remembered, kicked open the door of the House, which Autocrat Reed or dered locked to keep a quorum present during the closing hours of con;resc- John Whiteley, manager, R. D. Mc I ?an and Marie Prescott -was a caller at th Bazoo oflice yesterday. John is an old Stage . Twenty years ago he ws here with Louise Sylvester. He carrys his age well and boas's of the superior attraction he ha. He left this morning for Kansas City with his company. Col, J. B. Vandyneand family araived in the city last night and are at Kaiser's Col. Virdyne is supei'uf 'ndent on the famous Cof m Belt road wih headquarters; at Tyler, Text". Mrs. Vandyne aud the! children will lemam in Sedalia sometime probably all winter and the Bazoo ex tends to them a cordial welcome. Geo. M. Walter, Messenger of the Adams Express Company, Baltimore, Md., says : "Haying vsed Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for the past ten years in my family, I wish to say that 1 consider it the best Couph Syrup I ever used. It h?s cured my children of croup several times and saved me many a doctor's bill. A Handsome Ser -u. Mrs. Jam""? Mallory has a very fine, hand-carved screen and oil pa;nJingthat is attracting a great deal of attention; it is displayed in V. H. Kamsey's Book Store. The caavlng is the first Mrs. Mal'oiy eyer did ard phe is to be congratulated on her success. Miss Gnssie Eeisueyer is Mrs. Mallory's instructor. SEDALIA, MO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 8 for infants "Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommend it &s superior to any jirescription known to me." H. A. Akculii, JI. D., 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, h Y. Opposite Sicher's Hotel. 228 OHIO THIAS' BIRTHDAY. A Large Number of Guests Have an Eujoyable Time at The Sedalia Brewery. Upwards of 150 friends of Frank A, Thins, the genial secretory aud business manager of the Sedalia Brew ing com i .ny, assembled at the brew ery Friday evening and participated in the celebration of Frank's twenty sixth b'rthday. The brewery was handsomely deco rated with bunting and flowers, and a long table was loaded down with the choicest supper ever spread on a simi lar occasion. The guests were evi dently of the opinion that a man "who loved not wine, women and song would be a fool h's whole life long" for they had plenty f r sonaud Eood music which wns furnished by the Sedalia Military baud. After the fc ist had been fully en joyed, George Lougati acd others made addreses suitable to the oc l sion. The affair was most enjoyable and the guests in departing wished Mr. Thias many more as happy birth days. iiiccn.HC! to Wed. Recorder Landmaun issued a mar riage license yesterday to W. H. Taube, of Sedalia, and Annie F. Neal, of Syracuse. The wedding will take place to la' at the residence of the bride's parents. u i Ar, a...u uuax oviauu xux. ami ,u. xauuu Lamine avenue, between Twebth and Thirteenth s reet?. The Bazoo con gratulates the young couplein advance of the wedding ceremony. DJ El. At Montgomery, Ala., October of rheumatism, Will L. Wright, son of the la'e Judge Foster P. Wright, aged 30 j-cars. Mrs. Wright, and her son, Marsh P. Wright, mother and brother of the deceased, who reside at Clinton, pas ted through Sedalia yesterday en route to .Jefferson City, where the burial will take place. . Highest of all in Leavening Power. ABSOLUTE! PURS t-'W WVW.V 1. 11 and Children. I CaMnria cures Colic. Constipation, SurSii:i.u-h, lMurrha-a. Eructation, tjon' e'V,iS SkvI' 1romotes dj Without mjurir us medication. The Centai-u Company, T7 Murray Street, If. Y. Courtney. Shoes STEEET. Yesterday's Ilase IJall Gnmcs. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Cleveland, 5 ; Philadelphia, 1, first game. Cleveland, 7 ; Philadelphia, o, sec ond same. Louisville, o ; Columbus, 6. Rochester, 5 ; Baltimore, 2. St. Louis, 2; Toledo, 4. Syracuse, 7 ; Athletics, 6, first game. Syracuse, 6; Athletics, i, second game. PLAYERS LEAGUE. Brooklyn, 5; Buffalo, 0. Pittsburg, 5; Boston, 6, first game. Pittsburg, 3; Bjston, 7, second game. Chicago, 2 ; New York, 2. Cleveland, 4; Philadelphia, 1, first game. Cleveland, 7 ; Philadelphia, 3, sec ond game. A handsome complexion is one of the greatest charms a woman can possess. Pozzoni's Complexion Powder gives it. Kent Estate Transfer. The following transfers of real estate were filed yesterday in Recor der Landmann's office. Ma. W E. Smith and Sarah E. Cotton to Charles D. Brown, lot No. 1, b'ock 1) in Smith & Cotton's add; tion to Sedalia, $275. George W. Allcorn to M. M. Ste venson, two acres in section 14, town ship 45, raDr.e21.S200. Norman McDonald and wife to Annie E. Greer, lot No 10, block, uwio - fi ()f Halc & GentlVs addition to Se dalJi, 200 John H. Woods and wife to F. M. Greenleaf, lot No. 3, block 16 of ITMe & Gentry's addition to Sedalia, SS50. Oil For a Month's Hunt. Sara Turgeon left on Friday night for Kansas City where hewPljoru Alex- MontvPle, Doc Chnpne11, Ed ward Brown, Wra. Cosby, Fr' 1. Fredericks and Frank Mont ville aud go with them to Jonesboro, Ark., for a month's hunt in that vicinity. Sam promises to send each of his friends a saudlc of venison and a brace of red-headed duck. TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889, Baking Powder 1890. THE BARGAIN HOUSE, GIVEN Not Sold But Actually Given Away To Advei tise our business as much as possible and at the same time give the eople the bemfit of tne cost we have decided to G-ivo Goods Zk.xT,y i 1 From now until further notice we eshall o-ive ' k to Every fortieth Customer the Amount of ! rneir iurcnase Jb'ree 01 Unaree. JSews- j paper advertising is expensive andwffirtiomg ; so we give our customers m OHIO ADMINISTRATORS' Sale of the entire herds of Short Horn, An gus, and Galloway Cattle ; Also the Standard bred Trotting and Denmark Saddle Horses property of the late Major William Gentry. SALE M"A SEDALIA, MO., OCTOBER 29 and 30, 1890 THE undersigned administrators of the estate of the late Major Wil liam Gentry, by order of the court, will nell the entire ptock of thor oughbred and high grade cattle, of the following breeds : SHORT HORN", ANGUS, AND GALLOWAY. Also all the standard bred Trottiuj? and Denmark Saddle Hor ses, and all the work stock, consisting of about twenty-llye tine work mulea and thirty head of yearling mules. $srTHIRTY HEAD JACKS AND JENNETS, By far the best herd in the west, headed by the celebrated imported jack, Maxinllian. The entire flock of breeding Bheep, consisting of about 1,000 head Merinos, Southdowns and Cotswolds. Several hundred head of young cattle heifers, bulls and steers of the breeds first mentioned. .n r - iacumery, collating ot reapers, uiq, luws, cultiva tors, hay rakes, hay derricks, wagons, buggies, harness, etc. b'ales to take place as follows : Wednesday, October 29, 1890 At the home farm of the deceased, three miles northwest of Sedalia. Mo. Thursday, October 30, 1890 At Locust Grove Farm, eight miles northwest of Sedalia. The sale will be continued from day to day at Locust Grove Farm until all sold, as the sale is imperative and without reserve. This will be the largest sale ever made in Missouri. TEKJUS OF SALE. All sums of $50 or under, cash in hand ; a credit of six months without interest on all sums over $50. Purchasers will be required to make bankable paper. All parties from a distance coming to Sedalia, can secure transportation to the sale by applying to the livery stable of Gentry & Offield, Fourth street, between Ojage and Kentucky streets, Sedalia. Parties desiring information regarding the stock or sale will address JOHN R. GENTRY, Locust Grove Farm, Hughesville, Mo. JISTO. R GENTRY, J. C. THOMPSON, 10-ld&wtf Administrators of the estate of Wm. Gentry, deceased. Live Stock Commission Merchant, 139 Exchange Building, Union Stock Yards, Chicago,';511. REFER TO National Livq St jck Ranic, Chicago. Nelson Morison, Chicago. ?. W. Allerton, Chi ca?o J. L. GeiIor, Cashier Union Bank, Willtoti Iowa. McKernn, Shalcross & Co.. Louisville, Kv H II. Harris, Cashier First National Rank, Champaign, ill. H. V. Moore & Co., Bankers, Monticellb SCALING MAMYN, LIVE STOCK Commission Merchants For the Sale of Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. National Stock Yards, East St. Xiouis. Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois. Uuion Stock 1 arils Kansas City,Mo, EAPPiL, LAI k CO. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION REFERENCES. National Live Stock Bank, Chicago, 111, Commercial National Bank, Chi cago, 111., Drover's Na tional Bank, Chi cago, III. 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