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THE SEDAUCA WEEKLY SAZOG DECEMBER 1, 1891 PERSONAL. P. D. liastain is back from Wareaw. J. A. Ritzier, of Kansaj City, ia at Hotel Kair. J. F. Ramsey, of Hugbesville, was here yesterday. J. H. Muldoon, of St. Louis, is visit ing the Queen City. W. T. Cunnicgham of Springfield wa6 id the city yesterday. E. K. "WilsoB of Lexington, Mo., is herevititing mends. A. H. Coffin, of Denison, iexas, was in iStdalia yesterday. Thos B. Tnttle ot Carthage was a Kaiser guest of yesterday. Leslie Marmaduke of Sweet Sprin; epent ystcrday in Srdalia. O. K. Olmsted of Grand Rapids.Mich., is registered at the Kaiser. L.. Snyder of Kansas Lity, was a yesterday's visitor in the city. Jno. D. Ilerndon, of Minneaplis, came in last night on a visit to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Vollmer have gone to California to yisit a sick daughter. Mrs. Mary A. Cake went toSL Joseph yesterday evening on a visit to lrienue, Mr. B. Millican and wife went to Kansas City on yesterday evening's train. T. V. Eckert and Georze Wagner, ol Arkansas City, Ark., are registered at the fcicher. Joe W. Speare, business manager of iRice's Evangeline, is registered at the fsicber. J. B. Quiglev, president of the water- 1 t O. T ? hoiks ccmuany. came in irom cu louis yesterday. D. I. ITolcomb left last night for St. Louis and Chicago where he will purchase an addition stock ot queens ware. E. Couper, the very popular salesman of the Liggett & Myers Tobacco company, has been in the city some days on business for his hou:e. Louie Eitcbey, of the Bazk job rooms, left lost night for Fayette, on a visit to his sister, whom be has not seen for some time. Mrs. EllenSullivan and daughter,Miss Mamie, have gone to Denison, Texas, to make that place their future home. Mre. Sam Cousley and children, of Nevada, are visiting the family of James Cousley, on East Scventh.street. A VERITABLE FEAST. Quite a number of the clerks in the SI., K. & T. general offices in this city attended the banquet and ball given by the Elks at Sedalia l?t night. A special to The Sun stale3 that the affair was the most elaborate ever given by any order in that city. The banquet was simply a veritab'e least and the occasion will long live in the memory of those who partici pated in its pleasures. Parson Sun. CALIFORNIA CITY ELECTION. California, Mo., held its first city election the other day under the Au stralian system, winch proved emi nently satisfactory. The following were the officers elected : H. E JjlaKeman, mayor; J. U. Hume, re corder ; S. M. Gray, marshal ; Wm L. Meyer, assessor ; Chas. A. Burk- hardt, treasurer; Walter P. Burke, attorney. ALASKA IN 1UE FIELD. Mr. L. L. Williams, member of the national Fair commission from Alaska and an old Missourian, hailing from Boonville, was in the city to-day. He says that Alaska will an exhibit of minerals, furs, timber, photographs of natural scenery, etc. The great country of Alsska, he says, wants to see Mr. Cleveland nominated for the presidency. DIDN'T KNOWinS STATION. On the midnight train east Friday, a young roan bailing from St. Joseph jumped oil the train at thi3 point under the impression that he had reached the end of his journey Jef ferson City and before he discovered his mistake the train was twenty miles away. He is certainly a bright subject for Fulton. But he aftei wards apologized by saying he thought it was dark a..d hilly, and saw one great big buihi:ng and a huge rabbit. FELL FROM THE WAGON. John Tenny, a delivery boy, driv ing a wagon, was so benumbed with colli yesterday incrniiig that in at tempting to get off the vehicle near Broad v. ay and Lamine, he fell on the hard pavement and nss very badly hurt. He was thinly clad, having neither overcoat nor gloves. EARLY IN THE MORNING. At half paBt six o'clock yesterday morning the fire alarm bell rang clearly on the crispy air. Promptly the hre companies responded, dashing to 313 East Fourth street the Sistei's home but it proved to be a Hue on fire, aud no damage wa3 done. Hardly had the steaming steeds been stabled before another alarm was given, this time from the residence of S. W. Wolf, just north of the St. Vincent Catholic church, also from a flue and in which the roof only was sngntiy uamageu. The fire companies in both case were on hand promptly and ready fur usiness. A PUBLIC aMINISTR VTOR SHORT. Thoma3 A. Cheaney, late public is A FEW WANTS minimis mtnr nf Hpiitv nnnnlv short in hi-) accounts in the probate ' court iiinut t-,u()U. fie never made hid final settlement until recntly, JwIimi he admitted his defalcation. This was a surprise to everybody, as he stood well. He is a democrat and a memb.r of the Baptist church. He was treasurer of the church in Clinton un'il he removed to Columbia, Mo. AN ARREST. At about midnight Officer Mooney. one of our most vigilant officers, ac companied by Officer McGee, arrested a man named Joe Maguire, on the corner of Third and Engineer, on the charge of larceny, and tne mouey and articles stolen were found in his possesssian. The articles were stolen from Bonner's hotel at about half past ten o'clock, and taken from Jas. O'Couner. McGuire is in the city jail awaiting trial. Officers Mooney and McGhee deserve credit for the prompt manner in which the arrest was made. DINNER AT THE JAIL. Mrs. Smith gave the prisoners at the jail a very elaborate dinner, and one that was heartily enjoyed and appreciated on Thanksgiving day. A. rrgular table was laid, abounding with all the substantial and delicacies of the season. Jimmy Dunn was a-ked to say grace but at his refusal, Mc- Cord responded. At any rate, the prisoners enjoyed the feast. ABI HUNT. Compiled From the Advertising lolumus of a New York Paper. of NO STRANGER TO THEM. In sneakitnr of the candidacv of Richard T. Gentry for nomination as state treasurer on the democratic Iloir the "Boys" Were Sized Up By the Warsaw Times. "Une oi the jolliest parlies that it has been our pleasure to see r a long time was the huuliog party from bedalia that passed through Wareaw, Wednesday lor a few days hunt on Deer Creek, in the Eastern part of Benton county, and returned to Sedalia ou Monday. Xkc nartv was comnosed of P. TV Haslaiu ; our former townsman, but ladies bair shampooed. The want columns in the prc33 a great city like New York or Chi cago 13 a curious study and oue which is well worth more than a passing glance, as it not only shows the ds mand lor employment by that great mass of people which constitutes the laboring world, but also in a measure conveys a sense of the conglomerate parts, which go to make up that world. The following have been taken from a New York publication uuiv isespcctatue woman as good cook; excellent bread, cikeani bt.-cutt miker; willing to assist with coarse washing; best of references from last place ; boarding house pre- ierred. The cook evidently intends to wash her own dish cloths and thus she would be valuable in ciseske did neg' !ect her cooking for her washing. Here is another who writes several useful attributes to her respectability. She says: SEAMSTRESS A respectable young woman wishes plain sewing by tne day; good mender aud darner; now a resident of Sedalia, Captain is no stranger to our says Col. Uentrv people. He mr.de the race once for state treasurer and was the strongest candidate nelore the convention, but through a combination was defeated, Here is a woman who "knows pastry but as most women know pastry well enough to keep a doctor's services necessary the year round. there is no particular rec mmeuda tinn in the fact BUTLER French couple, lately ; i . , , nrriveu, want suuaiious; nusnand DIED. At the residence of her falher, James M. Hood, ten miles north of Stdnlin, Nov. 24, 1891, of cancer, Mrs. Lovie L. Lee, wife of Richard Leo and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hood. She was buticd at Hopewell cemetery, near her old home and her funeral was largely at tended. A BRAWL. There was another brawl on Main k street last night in which the colored population figured. Theodore Jack Eon got in a dispute with a woman named "Big Lizzie" and struck her several times. Her screams were hoard lor several blocks. TO BE TRIED. The case of the state against J. J. Gray, in Benton county, was fixed for December 17, before Esquire Jones. The defendant gave the re quired bond, and went to St. Louis at jioon yesterday. i ticket, the Howard County Advertiser Harry Demutb, postmaster of that place, bherilf Lllis K. bmitn, anu j. nomas i. fowler, cir cuit clerk of Pettis county, who were joined by James H. Savage, circuit clerk ol this county. They flffl tint, nfilr HQ tn liolut-n ant- (i.h tie is a good man and if chosen for atories.but thev had the trnmn to show butler, wife as first.pln. fciM.ir- the position the state will have a safe for their success aud skill as hunk- inir nastrv : cowl reforcnr-P. man at the head of her financial de- men. Wp nr informedl- Mr. H.r. ti ? i- . - , , , I - J U1UU IULU1IUJICU 111 reu, wno uvea m ine neignoornoou where they hunted, that the party Grand Lecturer Allan McDowell L i,,i,0,i ni!-iia ,i ....i,'. .. roif-l . - n , string oi usu. Even man who coxes in from that section has something funny to tell about what they did aud said. We ara ltifnvniAil tliaf tliAV lm1 n astls.mn understanding among themselves when m-Sn t ?" eml0er : inr;nn Wo, 4i,o, .mu ! lOUNtr MAN experience! partment." DESERVEDLY CANED. about noon yesterday was the lent ot a nandsome goid neaded cane from the district lecturers of the A, and a. di., wno nave been in ses sion here for some days past. A very appropriate presentation address was made by Mr. Uillinger, and was responded to in a very heart felt manner by the recipient. It was a handsome testimonial to a most worthy gentleman. the 'ad" below is willing to n iy for a place, as witness : 20 AS SECURITY for evenint? employment, or S100 for position of trust. Here is an advertiser who lost his position through no fault his own, but probably just from sheer perversity the party who expressed a doubt as to the truthfulness of any story told would be compelled to get out of the wagon and walk until he believed the story. Many times momentary incredibility of some extravagent narration very nearly caused some oi the party to exercise themselves up aud down the Der Creek hills, but prompt by retractinc his expressions ot incredulity, and sol- nniTilt. tacntrniif itirr liu fii-m lmlmF ,n it win be an important occasion to thc gtory ue was penacd lo r;,je i.uC uo.ocuicu .iuu imcicsis "i Mjut when they had started on their return, our lormer townsman, who HORSE BREEDERS A Sedalia horseman ha3 called the attention of the Bazoo to the fact that the annual meeting of the Mis souri Trotting and Pacing Horse Breeders' Association will take place at Mexico, Mo., December 8th next. the state and the attendance should be general as it is expected that busi ness of importance in that line wiU necessarily come up. ORDAINED TO THE MINISTRY. The ordination of S. P. Brite pastor of the Windsor Baptist church, to the gospel ministry, occurred last Wednesday, at that place, ine Pres bytery was composed of Dr. C. G. Skillman, of Clinton, Mo. ; Dr. J. B. duller, of bedalia, Mo.; Dr. G. L. Black, of Liberty, Mo. ; J. W. Stock ton, of Butler, Mo. The examination was thorough and pointed, and to thc satis action of counsel and church. It proved the candidate an accurate scholar divinely commissioned to the sacred profession. During the after noon there was delivered a sermon by Dr. Fuller ; the charge to the young . t rii ; minister ny ur. OKitirnan ami cnarge to the church by Rev. Stockton. All were highly practical and replete with wholesome counsel. The power ful sermon was marked by pure gospel, sound reasouinj: and lofty eloquence. After its delivery, S. P. linte and M. L. btafl ird, who had n chosen by the church as deacons were ordained to their respec'.ivc duties by prayer imd the laying on of hands, by the Presbyter-. ha3 alwavs been noted for his vivid imagination from boyhood, told one of his best, and the whole party, as with one voice, said : "Stop the team; we win waiK. mere s got to ua a line drawn at some place." Judge Hart says that after the N experienced in nub limbing business in general manage ment.Btenographic work and bookkeep ing. I wish to re establish myself, btine out of employment now through no individual fault; am 23 years old, and can lurnish satisfactory ref erence. When a plumber wants a situation. luck must indeed be against the trade, I., - i . ... . uui uere is one wno is not rolling in wealth since he is willing to take reasonable wages. PLUMBER wishes steady work ; city or country ; wages rea mable. Now here i3 a chance for a plump girl for under the head of wanted is the following : tV. A WANTED, a younc eirl as figure ; 26, also 3G btut : try on ample jackets. The following advertiser who can do cooking in four diJereut stvies MISPLACED CONFIDENCE." Mr. E. Paxtoa has not the same faith in the rectitude of the human family that he had a few days airo. and he has financial reasDns for his change of heart. Mr. Paxton con ducts a pop com, cigar and candy b:oth in the alley south of the Bazoo office. He is not in good health and cannot always attend to h'u duties. He wa3 feeling unusually bad last Wednesday, and he p'aced in charire of his establishment a young man named John Shaw, who had beeii rcc.imrm-uded to him as thoroughly re liable. He was left in charge, and to make a long story ehort. when Mr. Paxton returned to his place of busi ness this morniug he found the door partially open, the key stickiug in the lock but Shaw had ab-conded with all the stock in trade. He had sold out 50 cents in pop-corn, a box of cigars and appropriated the proceeds of another box which Mr. Paxton had left in a candy jar, forgetting to take it with him. The lo?s, of course, was small, but the proprietor is a poor man, in bad health, and it was a rascally trick. NEIGHBORHOOD NOTbS. Clipped From the Bazoo's Ex changes and Compiled for Its Readers. DIED. Marv A., wife of Jos. G. Dillard. died at her residence, seven miles northeast of Sedalia, at 11 o'clock last night, after an illness of eleven davs with puerperal fever, leaving a girl baby 11 days old. Mrs. Dillard wa3 the daughter of John R. O'Bannon of Lanionte, and wa3 married to Mr. Dillard a year ago ast September. She was a most esti mable christian lady, beloved by all who knew her, and leaves besides the bereaved husbind and father, a large circle ot iriends to mourn their loss. The funeral services will lie held at Salem church, five milts north of La monte, at 3 o'clock to-morrow, where the remains will be bid to rest, beside that of her mother who was buried on the 2nd of this month. da s hunt was over they would gather would be equal to n trip to Europe. at his house and tell what wonderful near her. SEDUCTION CHARGED. About the 25th of November Ken neth Monroe, one of the most in iluential and progressive farmers in Vernon county, who resides in the Bronaugh neighborhood, swore out a warrant for the arrest of Bob Pine, a young man who had been in the em ploy of Philip Shanholtzer, charging him with h iving seduced his eighteen year old daughter. At first it wa3 thought that Pine had left, but on Friday the sheriff received a telegram requesting him to come there immediately. Mr. White sent Deputy Sheriff Ewing, who went at once to Bronaugh and placed Pine under arrest. Pine wa3 taken before Judge Bridgford and pleaded not guilty. His bond was fixed at S500 and Mr. Pine telegraphed Philip Shanholtzer to come to iNevada. tie feels certain that Shanholtzer will fill the bond, he having worked for that gentleman 5 years. The case is set for December 5th. Pine is in jail. things thy had done and what they had seen during the day. He said that Capt. De-uuth declared that he had met an old lady coming through the woods, walking right over sap lings three and four feet high, looking for a bee tree, knitting and never missing a stitch. Mr. buuth told them that the deer le shot at jumped fifty feet high. It is told of Mr. Fowler that notwith standing he was informed by all the citizens on the creek that it had been mam- years since a bear had been seen m that section, that he persist ently insisted on Keeping a lookout for "bear." It will be a long time before the dcnzen3 of Deer Creek ouit nuolius the sayings of that jolly party." INVITED TO ATTEND. Rev. J. T. D. Murphy of the Catholic church of this city, has re ceived an invitation from the Knights of Father Matthew at St. Louis to be present at the reception to be tendered Rl Rev. Bishop Ireland, of St. Paul. by the K. of F. M., in St Louis, and deliver an address of welcome on be half of the order. VERY SICK. Mr. Tom Moffttt, motorman on the electric cars of the East Sedalia line, is lying very sick of pneumonia at his hotup on t'ie southeast corner of S'xth and Montgomery streets. Mrs. iiettie Allcorn. living in Southeast Sedalia, is reported quite ill. CHASED A WAV. The jack rabbit at Dr. Miller's drug store chased the tarrantula and crawfish away, and then goes lame in one foot, and is hopping yet. Had it not been that he became lame, he wou'd po'iably now be chasing Charlie Gilbert and Ouie Brooks across the piait.es, but the rabbit be ing lame the bojs will probably Sua day in. Sedalia. COOK Strong, middle-aged wo man who can do four styles of cooking (American, French, Greek and Span ish) wants situation in private family as housekeeper or cook. The following would not seem to be a difficult position to fill. HANDS WANTED to sew pipes on cards ; experience nut necessary, but references required. This too would suit some man who hates work like a dog aud c-juld lust sit down and enjoy life. iVAflitu rirst-clas3 pressman on custom-made pants. Ibis advertiser evidently doe? not want any women fooling around, a? she says: HO UaEKEEPER Widow wishes position in widower s family or to take charge of bachelor's apartment ; moderate salary. Such an advertiser as the following wou'd probably receive many an swers, listen : HOUSEKEEPER Au American young widow, unencumbered, edu cated, refined and cheerful, desires position as housekeeper and compan ion. Pushing men arc always in de mand, hence thc following : A PUSHING MAN with S1.000 for the greatest 5c and 10j invention. The "want'' in the following has been "long felt," but as the advertise ment is not dated in Connecticut, it is probably not a maiden or a widow who advertise. MAN WANTED to rivit sheet- iron work. Somebody wants a forclady on la dies underwear probably to be worn in front, as witness : FORELADY on ladies' muslin underwear ; steady position ; only ex perienced and such as held similar po sition need apply ; state former em ployer. Buldren Cry for PUds Castor& i NEVADA HAPPY. J? or Io these many years the citt ns of Nevada have been vigorously 'kicking tor a new 31., a 1. ins enger depot, and at last their bright est hopes are about to be realized. he followiug letter wa3 yesterday re ceived by Agent Penfield, of that place: I'arsons, Jvan., jnov. zo. i am authorized by H. C. Cr--s$, president and general manager, to proceed at once with the erection of a new pas senger depot at ISevada. I it 1 1 1 nitnartu.i frti liiila nt rtna and work will be commenced just as soon as detail can be arranged which should be within thirty days. You may communicate this, with permission, to the citizens of Nevada. J. J. Fkky, 'Gen'l Sup't GONE BUF NOf FORGOTTEN. It 19 stated that the proprietor of the Goat House, with his family, goats and red headed chamber inaid, has gone to Texas to grow up with the countn Farewell, f.trewell the pearly tear rur tiiee ana thine niiy How J'Ikui fruitful source for "gu;s" and "gags" ii e never more sna:i Know. Farewell, larewell and may it he Where then thy sisn Flnll sntaz No Texss cyclone may appear Ur iexs nroncos 6ing. DAVIDSON BEBIND THE BARS. Sheriff R-iiubow, of Harlan, Io., ar rived in r ulton ve3'.erday morumg and took into custody m. David son, wno is wanted in tuat place lor murder. Davidson had b?eu employ ed a3 a farm hand by M. V. Harrison near McCredie, Callaway county SnerifT Brown arrested him yesterday morniug and lodged him behind the bars to await Sheriff Rainbow's arriv al. Wheii arre3ted Davidson denied any complicity in the murder, aud laughed at the Sheriff. He is a mar ried man and about 22 years old. Tf IE STATE'S MONEY SAFE. Richard T. Gcntrv, of Pettis! county, has decided to again make the race for state treasurer, and will play to win. He came wi'hin an ace of getting the nomiuatiou in 1881, and will make an earnest effort to win the prize in 1S02. T..e stales moneys Commandry, K. T. opened a series of WARREXSBUCG. Johcion County Siar. Mrs. R. N. Warnick is very ill with typhoid malaria fever. Mr. Albert DeBernardi nf Ne braska, is visiting the home lolks in this city. Mrs. Phil Bassill of Kansas City is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Haase on Gay street. Mrs. Pigg, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. W. F. Renfro, in thu city since Sunday, left this morn ing for her home at Calhoun. Mrs. T. W. Milier gave a social ou lhanksgiving evening at her resi dence on Washington avenue in hon or o! her sister, Miss Flora Ferguson, of Kansas City. Lucian Maupin and wife, who lm.n I. 1 . ueeu visaing relatives here for some time past, left this afternoon for Holdcn to spend Thanksgiving. Mr. Maupin will leave in a short time for San Antonio, Texa3, where he think o! locating. The first of the week Mrs. Mar garet Morrow, mother of W. K. Mor row of this city, fell and broke her hip joint. She was walking across luenuorwnen she caught her foot on something and fell with the above results. The injury is liable to prove serious on account of her extreme age, rhe being nearly 80 years old. KSOKSOSTEn. Gem. Mis3 Mollie Guihen went to Se dalia Monday. T. H. Boyd and Eider Wells went to Sedalia Wednesday. The Odd Fellows ofthi3 place will go in a body to Kansas City next Wednesday. Myers & Weaver have dissolved partnership in the restaurant and grccery business, Mr. Myers havinc sold his interest to Mr. Weaver. Gov. Hovey, of Indiana, who died Monday afternoon, was a child hood friend of Mrs. M. H. Elliott, of this city, and a distant relative. The Knobnoster Cornet bind is nflll !i.wrvtil niwnni.nil . 7 - - iuiuuguij uij.mii.cu auu ia prac ticing regularly, w. S. Denison is leader; O. F. Elliott, president, R?ese Wells, secretary. Mr. Durand and family, of Kan sas, have located here and will make this their home. Mr. and Mrs. Durand are excellent musicians and will en- James Marshall who was stabbed last week by his b other-in-Iaw, is im proving rapid y and will be able to resume work ou his farm in a week. Mr. Holloway and Mr. Marshal! regret their rs3hnes3 very much and there will be no teelmg on account of the wounding. Mr. Holioway is doing all he can to assist in taking care of his relatives' stock and farming busi ness. It was a tnval dispute over an unimportant allianQ matter. MOBERI.Y. Democrat Miss Annie James left for Mar shall to visit Mrs. George Hardin. Misses iiettie and Mary Vaughn . are over from Huutsville on a shotv ping tour. Mrs. T. P. McCaune ha3 return ed home after a pleasant visit to friends in Tencessec. Miss Annie Smith has returned from New Frankliu, where she has been visitmg relatives. Mrs. Sol Hulett ha3 returned to her home in Wcllsville after a pleas ant vis':t to Mrs. O, O. Moore. Mrs. R-indal, of Monroe and Misses Minnie and Gertie shall, are visiting theircousius, and Mernt -b lfe. Miss Francis Prewitt, a popular young lady of Columbia, Mo., re turned nome, alter a' pleasant visit to our city. On the 29th of Oct., the Ladies of the Triennial Circle of Tancred City, Mar- Dora would be fafe in such hands and bis bondsmen would never be called upon to mpke good any shortage during his term of office. Marshall JJemocrat News. In the matter of the assignment of Chirles Koock, assignee's notice of the allowance ol demands. Notice is hereby zlven to all concerccl tli3t I, David T. Chaney, the aijisnee of Charles Koock, have appointed Monday, the 5th d.iy ot January, 1S9- a3 the day, and the ofljee of S mgree & La-nm at Se dalia, Missouri, as the place when and where I will proceed publicly to adjust and allow demand again! the estste and eQecU of the aforesaid assignor, Charles Koock, and that I will remain in attend ance at said place on said day and during two consecutive davs thereafter tor the above purpose as required by law. David T. Chaney, Assignee of Charles Kocck. 12 lwlt. SAM.r.EE & Lamm, AttvTOcys. fashionable hops for the winter. The effort was crowned with results be yond their mostjhopeful expectations. Last night the opportunity returned and many of our scciety loving peo ple indulged in the glad whirl, or joined the jolly throng in a social game, a pleasant chat, or remained a silent, but entranced observer of all. HOLIDAY PHOTOS. When you want to make a nice X-mas nresent. eo to il inkers. 10 1 Ubio street and have a dozen photos made, nothing is more appreciated by friends than a nice pictnre. Thotos taken in clear or cloudy weather. Eemember the place, over Tay lor's jewelry store. G. V. Hixkel. Slsnor Crlnpl Wrlllnc HI memoir, Rome, Nov. 23. Slpnor Crispl is wrtu Ins his memoirs for poJthutnSfis 'fiubllc. tlon- "'