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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, JUNE 21, 1892. POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High est of all in leavening strength. Latest IT. S. Government Food Report. Eoyai, Baking Povdkr Co., ICG Wall St., N.Y. PERSONAL. C. R. Temple, of St. Louis, is at the tsicuer. Dr. Wm. Jones, want up the b anch this morniDg. F. K. Tate was in the city yesterday, from St. Louis. Louis Btck lift for Clinton last nigbt to spend Sunday. George R. Terry, of Lamonte. was in the city yeturJay. Mits Allie Fitzgerald came down from Uok'cn ytslerday. Dr. R. L. Sbadburne, will leave this morning tor Springfield. Leslie Marmaiiuke, of Sweet Springs, was in the ciiy yetttrday. AlissKiLel Hubbard and lier grand father lift for Aloberly tnis morning. Mrs. M. Morrieon, mother of Airs. Max Jacob, arrived fiom iluldeu yesterday. John bimmocs, a Louisville real es tate man is visiting friends in the city. Mrs. S. P. JoIils, accompanied by ber son, Robert, returnee frcm Indiana yester day. Rev. C. H. Briggs passed through, the city last tnighl en route from Fayette to Clinton. Prof. F. C. Billincs will leave tc-a.or- iow evening lor Bcouville, where he will t ptnd a wetk professionally. Mr. Noah Mobler and daughter, Miss Cora, of Iowa, are guests of Mr. and Mix. Joseph beweil ol this city. Trayelicg Passenger Agent McNutt of the M. K. &T.. passed Uirougb tne city last night en route to Clinton. Rev. and Mr-. George Beubner, of Sedalis, are spending a few days with rel atives here. Higcinsville Advance. ight Depot Matte James Grant left yesterday for Parsons, to spend fcunday. J. R. Learning is acting in his absence. A. P. Morey ana Henry Lamm ar rived yesttruay Irom Minnesota, after a few daye of delightful fishing in the north ern walers. John Montgomery and Geo. P. B. Jackson returned yesterday from Wikco--eiu, where they have bten angling for lut past few week". City Collector Hart returned yesterday evening from Clinton, where he has been attending the democratic primary's of Henry county. C A. Erring, of Sedalia, was among the arrivalt-Friday Mies lrete Temule, of Sedalia, is the gues of Airs. A F. Vaw ter. Marhall Democrat. Editor VonWitker of the Green Ridge Enterprise, and who doesn't expect to be tlectetl representative on tbe prohibition ticket, was in tbe city )esterday. J. Boone Dodge, traveling representa tive of tLe S. Louis Republic is in the city. Boone is a rattling hustler and is doing fine work for the Republic. W. M. Chtster, son of Capu Chester, a noted detective of the Gulf road, who has been tbe guest of his cousin, Miss Mvggie Price, for tbe past few days, left for War xensburg yesterday afternoon. Lieutenant Geo. W. Burr of tbe United States army and who is command ant of Cadets at tbe Mississippi university is in Sedalin, to visit relatives and friends He is very popular here and his stay can not be otherwise than pleasant. Herman Scott and Frank Kennedy left lest uighi for Hatris, Missouri to attend a party given by Mrs. Marshal Rask, of that ciiy complimentry to Miss Jejsie Brace, if Jttferson City, Miss Margaret Walker and Miss Hnlman, of Cooper county. Tbey will return this eveuing. At the City Hotel: M. MiQuery, Lan sas City ; B. t. Swindler, Versailles-; J. D. HcGrady, Columbus, O.; J. B Lindsay, Dr -Jen: R. J. O'Keal and V. P. Arm strong, Sweet Springs ; James Ciin, La inontr; U. Brinkhurst, Clirton; Wm. Black burn, Warrentburf:; S. C D..zier and A. Lewis, bt Loui.-; F. A. Meier, Morrison ; C". E. Moat, Clinton, FOR SALE! 1 1 1 1 ten-horse boi er. five-horse upright engine. lot sheiving. lot of counters. 1 Lawn mower. The boiler and engine in constant use, and can be seen at the Bazoo office. J. West Goodwin P't'g. Co. Removal Notice. I have removed my liquor Btore from 115 west Main street to 112 Osage street where I would like to see all my old customers. Call on me. Frank Keuegek. Qfldm Cq fir ptrfwf'i Cutoff SEDALIA BRIEFS. 2f o police coutt yesterday morn ing. Rev. T. W. Cobb, pastor of the M. h.. Church, bomb, at Lexington, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. A. W. Perry and Mr. and Mrs. Phil B. Perry arrived in Sedalia from Kansas City yesterday. Mrs. John Stark, who has been confined to the house for eome time. was reported some better yesterday. The Sedalia base ball club de feated the Holden club Friday, in n well played game, the score being 12 to 4. The Henry county delegation fo the state nominating convention are said to be for Gentry for state treas urer. Henry Lamm, Sedalia's delegate to the Minneapolis convention, re turned last night, after a trip through Canada. Mrs. Sarah Plant and her daugh ter, Mrs John O'Bryaii arrived from Boonville last evening and are guests of Mrs. B. B. Buy. Dr. Truehart and wife, of Ster- liiig, Kansas, who have been visiting in Kentucky, are guests of Col. N. H. Gentry and wife. The Sjlvationists paraded the streets last night, wearing white apron? and hearing a banner with the strange device "Ice cream supper." Sheriff Smith went to St. Joseph yesterday, having in clwrge the color ed woman, Charlotte Black, to be placid in the asylum at that place. The city offices are comple'ed and yerterday the carjet was being laid m tint ot the mayor. They will be elegeut in all the appointments. Geo. Holstein and Will Lude rcan started on a thirty miles trip in a bupgy last niaht to visit tht parents ol the former living near Versailles. - Rv. H. Mnckey, rector of Christ Episcopal church at Boonville, passed through Sedalia yesterday, en route to Clinton, where he will peach to-day. W. P. Statk returned from a successful trip north, yesterday. He reports sales goo! in tbe musical line. which is one indication of prosperity in the state. The Otterville band will partici pate in the A. O. U. W. memorial services to-morrow, This musical or ganization has the reputation of being a good one. The only transfer of real estate recorded yesterday was as follows : T. A. Fowler and wife to J. D. Donohoe, lot I, in the western division of Dres den, for S100. At a raffle last night at Chanev'a billiard hall, Herman Baker, of Eist cda!ia was the fortunate winner of a gold watch, D. W. Spicer "won w.cond prize, of a box of cigars. E B. Quisenberry the official stenographer, lett yesterday morning for Eureka, Kansas in response to a letter from his wife, who is visiting there, that their little child is sick. Anderson Humbles, colored, died at his home. No. 1107 Cooper street, yesterday morning. He was sixty nine years old and will be buried this afternoon by Grand Army post 418. Rev. B. F. Boiler left last eve ning for Windsor, where he will preach to-day. His pulpit will be filled this morning and evening by Rev. G. H. Woouhull, of that city. Justice Milo Blair leaves to-morrow evening for Grand Rapids, Mich., and will probably be absent for a month. He goes back to visit rela tives and seek relief for his eyesight. Quite a number of Sedalians will leave to-morrow evening on the Bazoo special to witness the ceremonies a tendiag the nomination of the next president and vice-president of the United States. The advance guard of the delegates to the state convention of the people's party will arrive in the city this even ing. Jt is expecte 1 that three or four hundred delegates will be in attend ance. Wade Wiliong and Ben. Scott got in a rough and tumble fight yester day afternoon on Ohio Street between Main and Second, and caused a big crowd to assemble. Neither was seri ously hurt, but both were arrested. An electric wire broke about six o'clock this morning at the corner of Ohio and Main Streets, and danger ously dangled over the pavement. Officer Moouey kept close guard over it until it could be properly replaced. A year go the general revenue account of tbe county had been over drawn iu tbe sum of 83,218.31. The funds there now foot up 83,857.78, all of which shows that Pettis county is prospering financially as well as oth erwise. Messrs. E. G. Church & Co., will to-morrow begin their contract of paving Third street, and are satisfied that the entire work will be completed in the specified time by the 14th of August the day previous to the opening of the Fair. i TO-MORROW MORHNGf!Carpets-:-at-:-Miiiter.:.Bros. AT 1) O'CLOCK SHARP, We puce following leaders 6n will be a big rush for them. Very Best Fifty pieces of very best Shirting Mother nubbards, others sell like grade at on to oc a yard, We give you choice of entire lot for lllc per yard, 10 yards limit to each customer. 6ic Chall.es Now 3hc. Twenty five pieces GJ- Challies. blck ground with white figure, check or striped, to he given away at 34c a yard. 12c Figured Lawns Now 61. Very best quality Figured Lawn?, Mack or navy blue ground, rfgular price l'JAc, Special price for this .sale OJc. 7 he Challies Now 5c. Very latest designs 74c Figured Challies. cream cround. not sold hut given away at 5c a yard. In Addition. J'dlm Leaf lans at lc a piece. wool filling Figured Challies at 10c, 15c and upwards. Lace Curt tins from 75c tip to 810 per pair, worth almost double. Gent's Furnishing Good nt 25 per cent, below actual value, ami 1000 other bargaius that must lie seen to be appreciated and can be obtained only from us. Attend this great sale. Tell your neighbor to attend. FRANK R MEYER & BR0., GRAND CENTRAL 301 ami 3(!( Ohio Street. P. S. Curtain Poles with hutss Curtains sold at SI 50 or upwards. Jno, H. Jameson of Fulton. Mo was in the city Friday. He states his county will be for Cleveland ly about 2 500 majority Mr. Jame.-ou is the retireing vice-president of the state Sunday School of the Christi-tn church of the state. Thirty married men were recently interviewed by the Atchison Globe man as to how they came to propose They all said their wivrs coaxed tbern into it. That's just what Adam s.ud when tbe Lord interviewed him, b'tt it didn't help his ca?e a bit. Among those from Sedalia who will attend the Chicago convention are: Thomas F. Mitchum, Chas. E Yeat er. George F. Longan. Judge Dalbv, William Courtney, Will Powell, W.B. Mackey, E G. Mackey, M Doherty, and Ernest McClure. Cyrus Ne kit k and N. H. Gen try were among those appointed by Governor Francis as delegates to tbe first annual state convention ot the Boys' and Girls' National Home mm Employment Association, to be held at Kansas City, June 20 and 21. Kv. W. Pope Yeaimn pa?'d through Sedalia yesterday morning. en route to California, where he spoke in the afternoon. Dr. Yeamau re ports his canvass for tbe governorship as progressing pleasingly and he seems sanguine of success iu the general wind up. General Jo O. Shelby, the newly appoiuted recorder of Bates county, has timed over the surplus proceed 4 of the office to the widow of the late recorder. The rule will hardly evr fail that a brave man is not only mag nanimous but his heart is in the right place. O. M. Brooks, who, for the pist year has been clerking at k. 1. Mill er'a drug store, has Hccepted a position as prescription clerk at Overstreet's drug store. There is no more popular ronn" mati in Sedalia than Mr. 15.-o and his services are valuable M r. - druggist. -Street Commissioner John HvhH celebrated his fortieth birthday yester dav He has been a resident of Se dalia for the past twelve years, and no man in the community is held in hicher esteem. The Bazoo trusts that he may double these figures and then be hale and hearty still. It will be interesting to those who anticipate attending tbe propos ed cake walk, soon to be given iu Sedalia, to learn that in the May number of Hurper'3 Magazine is a splendid full tune illustration of one of these amusingtiud remarkable ex hibitions. An electric car on Thirteenth had a tbrillincly narrow escape from bcintr struck by an M. K. &. T, locomotive yesterday, there not being more than the space of an inch be tween them. The passengers sprang out in terriable affright realizing how nearly they came to being crushed to death by the ponderous engine. To-day the A. O. U. W. societies of the city, together with several visit ing lodges will march to the cemetery and decorate tbe graves of deceased members. The sermon on tbe occa sion will be delivered by Rev. J' B. Fuller. The various logdea will meet at 1:30 o'clock in tbe afternoon. sale. Come quick if interested, there Calicos 3hc. Calico?, suitable for Shirts, Waists or Ltdies Black Silk Mifs at 15c. AH tip to Oa a yard. Ladies' Vests 10c fixtun s fne with each ptiir of Lace at the comer nf La mine and Fifth streets ttnd march e-ist on the latter flrtel to eiigitreer, thence north to the rem tery. Hon. Mont. Carnes wi 1 hi the marshal of the tUy. The pro-ce-sioti wi I be headtd by the Sedalia military baud. A NEW KNTEKL'KISK. Sedalia to Hare a 31 ant moth Grain Elevator Something She Has Needed for 3Iany Years. The st me is already on the ground aud work is about to begin on tbe mammoth elevator, to be built on the n irtheast corner of Main street and Missouri avenue. Mr. James Lupe, of St. Louis, is at the head of the ttnilertking. Mr. Epperson, of this city, is the nichitect, and from him a Bazoo reporter obtained same inter, estiiig lac's aud figures to-day. The elevator proper will hi -JOx-lS feet and will he 80 feet high. It will have 36 bins. The en gine house will be constructed of stone fa mi brick and the roof ami sides of the the buildhi" will be covered with abes- tos, making it absolutely fire-proof. The basement will hi of s'oue, and the engine 25 horse power. This elevator will have n capacity of 49, 000 bushels ot wheat; an elevat ing capacity of 1.500 busliels per hour aud a shelling and cleaning capacity of 500 bushels per hour. It will cost 812,000 ami will be iu operation iu sixty days from now. This is au important enterprise and one that Sedalia hxs needed for many years. As it is, farmers, iu a great number ot instances, are com piled to take their wheat to Mir slull, when this city is much more convenient iu every way, were there an elevator here. It will be of in iPiwindmnt:ne to farmers in numerous sways. The wheat ! they store here will be cleaned and ' graded, aud advanced at least six cents I in nrtPK. I ln ivi-,Lnt ..itiniL'e tur inei lint thirty days will be two cents per biifhel; afier that time one cent per bushel. More than this, receipts given for grain nt the elevator may lie cashed at once at any bank. Under existing circumstances a great many farmers have no adequate conveniences for storing and caring for their wheat, and are compelled to rush it upon the early market, gen erally at a creat sacrifice. The mer chants of the city will also be greatly benefit ted in the matter ot trade, brought here by these storers and fhippers of grain. Mr. Steve Lupe will be the man ager and superintendent of the enter prise. Lyncher llwrnl liy ICnln. Dai,us, Tax., June IS. Officer Rid dell was killed yesterday by I. F. Mill er, whom he attempted to arrest for lirinir with a colored women. In the evening' a mob gathered to lynch Henry Miller, murderer of Officer IJrewer; O. F. Itouton, slayer of A Tyche. Charles Henry, who killed a woman in Denver and another in Dallas; and Miller, the alayerof Officer Riddcll. The sheriff' resisted them until about midnifht, WnPn a heary rain came up and so drenched them that they dispersed. Body Brussels $1.00 per yard. Tapestry Brussels 50.per yard. All wool filled extra super two ply carpets.. 50 per yard. Manufacturers of carpets have reduced prices over 20 per cent, in the last fivo months, and we have some special new patterns at the lowest prices. Goods sold for cash oniy. MINTER BROS. BAZOO GOSSIP. Said a local banker yesterday to the Gossiper: "I have just received a letter fiom a member of the Bankers' association, who attended the SedalU mettiug, sud he expressed the great est sttisfaction at ths maun-r in which everything was conducted, and es pecially the courtesies so ireneronslv tendered by the people ot Sedalia. Tl. :. :n i. i. r.r uvutui iu iuc win uc icu jur a long time iu the future." Mr. Sol Kiugsbakcr, the tobacco dealer, is not ouly a good and reliable demociat, hut he is also a strong Gorman man. The rea?oc f r this lies largely in the fact tint he and the now dU liui;uished Maryland stateman were warm personal friends twentv-five years ago iu Baltimore, where mir townsman then nsHed. Mr. Kiugs biker has a Irgh opinion of Senator Gorman ud wou'd doubtless be great ly plesed to see him recieve the Chic ago nomination for president. "If our lawmakers could hit upon some plan t get rid of the tramp nuisance," sa:d a citizen, "the people at large, irrespective of party or re ligion, would rise up and call them blessed. Contagious diseases, war, earthquakes aud presid-iitiil elections have their times to c mie and go, but the tramp, tin seedy, huugry tramp is with us always, but of late days th police authorities have been quite active iu arrests of this character,1 aud the nuisance is not as great as formerly. Lieutenaut Parker, of Green Ridge, who recently graduated from the West Point Milittry academy, nd who was in Sedalia ye terday, on his return home, wet with a seriotn accident a year ago one, indeed, which entirely clunued the mitlitv ot his voice. He was engaged in a game of foot ball, when the sphere, violently to sed by one ot the playeis. strucs him in the throat, injuring the larnyx. From that time the lieutenaut's voice grew very hoarie, and will probably remain so. " The Sedalia democratic club is in- i creasing in numbers at each meeting," .ounty- Said Olie of the members tO the G05-! Onm for Temponirr Chairman. sipe, "but the interest taken is not as I Chicago, June IS. Tho sub-com-creit as it should be. As the cam-1 mittee charged with the selection of - . . A 1 - - 1 -V . T- paign advances, of course the interest Jwmo crMtPr Ar tho samp time it a duty ot every democrat to become a member and join in the war f re of an unscrupulous enemy. The club is now making arrang-ments to have speakers of national reputation address the citizens ot Pettis county at an early day, and fretieutly during the campaign."' D. E. Muehl, the democratic can didate for re-election as corouer of Pettis county, has a strong vein of lit erary talent, although his profession al duties preclude its proper indul gence. For sometime past he has cirrietl on a rather novel and decided ly pleasing correspou lence with a lit tle niece ot his, his letters to her, at at her owu suggestion, being iu the 'shape of a fairy story tdd 10 the German language and iu rhyme The pretty pictures and quaint conceits, who.ly original with him, are really oeauiuui ;iuu utuiuuiiuu, A new postal card for ue in for cigu mail will be introduced in the p'wtoffices throughout the country 011 July l,".said a postolfice employe the other eveuing, "It is really a double postal card and the principal object of its introduction is to enable correspon dents to prepay answer bv post. This could not be done with letters and stamps, as those of the latter issued by this crovernmeut caunot be used in sending mail from other countries to this. The new card will do away with that trouble. Attached to the card on which the original message is written is a duplicate, folded over. The oue receiving the card tears off the du plicate aud returns it with the answer. Tbe new cards will be sold at four cents each and can be sent to all for eign countries in the postal union." Something over fifty years ago Jus tice A. D. Fisher of this city, was playing with another lad along a little stream back in his old Ohio home, when he was struck twice on the foot bv a large .rattlesnake which lay con cealed behind a tuft of grass. He and jhis companion knew what had bap peued and hastened home, a short dis tance off. By the lime Fisher had 1 reached his parents' house he fainted aud fell over. That was the last thin he knew for three weeks, he beiu ;, wholly unconsci m all that time" Doctors were called in and adminis- , tered medicines to zouuteract the . deadly poison, ami they had reat V difficulty in saving the biy'sife. Striw t r.u cv.i.- ' . w " ".,. nmieuui in the woods one d y a year Inter, waa ' again struck by a rattlesnake, but experienced slight trouble this time. ' From the effects of the first stroke, however, he was never entirely re covered, and usually iu the summer he still feels some pain in his foot. i DEMOCRATIC CLUBS. The Work of Organization, to be JPu-hetl Vigorously and Systematically. AH over the great State of Missouri the democracy is preparing for a vig orous and aggressive campaign with the ultimate iuteiitiunot rolling up tic old-time democratic majority. The Stale central committee has formulated a plan for tbe organ zation of clubs in sympathy with the national body. Mr. Harry A. PiersoJ, of Monroe City, who has been appointed state organizer, was in the city this morning to look over the gruutid at this place. He has been instrumental in forming & good many stroug clubs in Central Missouri aud says there is a general feeling of confidence on the part of Missourians that victory in November will perch on national as well as state banners. Seda'ia has a flourishing local club, but Mr. Piersol's ohjtct is to have identify itself with the state I organization, which will probablv be ac..omlUhed. as the club will have much l0 Kain and nothing to lose from such a course. Mr. Pier3ol will return here on the 2Slh, when action will be taken in the matter and steps also taken for a thorough organization throughout the ( temporary chose W. tucky, for tcmporar v uneas 01 nen- mporary chairman. S. P. Shecrin. secretary of the national committee, will act as secretary of tho temporary organization. Cyru V. FleM Acuta Loir. Donn's Ffkkv. X. Y., June 1$. Cy rus V. Field, who a month ago came to his country home at Ardsley. near this place, is very ilL His family are very much concerned about him. Montana Wins Easily. SrrEErsHKAD Bat, K. Y., Juno 18. Montana won the suburban handicap easily by a length. Major Domo sec ond. "Lamplighter third. Time 2:073-5 TRUSTEE'S rJAtiE. Wherea, Fred. Wilson anil Martha Wihon hu wife by iheir certain deed of trmt dated ihe 29.h day of July, ISsO.and record hi in th Kconlrr s iithci ol IVttis coualy, at iru-it derd book 67. pa?e 90, conveyed to the urd reigned all their right title, interest aud esla:e. in and 10 the f tl lowing decrih'd ie-1 estatt, situated in the County of Peltis, state of Misouri, viz: One lot in thoCity of SeiNli.t. Mo., lot No. (!) seven in block No. (,15) fifteen, north nf railroad witb all iruprovem-nts on said lot number (7) seyen which said conveyance was made in trust to se cure tbe payment of a certain promissory note in said deed decrib:d, and whereas, said note baa become due and is unpaid, now therefore, in accordance with the pro- I vhionsof said deed of trust, and at tbe re quest ot tbe legal bolder ot said note 1 , shall proceed to tell the a bore described real estate at the court house, west front, in the City of Sedalia, in the County of v, Pettis, state aforesaid, to the highest bid- M der for caih, at public auction, on 8ATURDAY, THE 23d DAY OF JULY, 1892, -between the bonrs of nine in the forenoon and five in the afternoon of that day, to satisfr said note, together with the cost and expense or executing this trust. Hiram Lccket, 6 21w5t Trustee. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice is hereby given, that tbe under signed administrator of the estate of John Bell, deceased, will make final settlement of his accounts with laid estate as such ad ministrator at the next term of the Pro bate court of Pettia county, Missouri, to be holden at Sedalia, Missouri, ia said coun ty, on the 9th day of August, A. D., 1892. JOHX B. Cloptjk. Public Adaiaiiuator.