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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, DECEMBER 13, 1892. SEOALIA BRIEFS. H. V. Harris th K. F. Fleck, is on .1. 1. t? . it t mesict. iisi, oeing uniiiie to attend 10 business yesterdav. His raanv friends hone lie win be able to resume business soon, j Sheriff-elect J. C. I'ortei, who has lieen I attending criminal court, loft yesterday alteration lor Jloiistoma to sivnu Sundav with In.- family. He will return Mon day. Alie Harkins the cenial nichl forc- ' man nf the M. K. it T. shoi-, is jubilant ', over the arrival of a line laly girl at his Here's a. Pretty How ON THE FENCE. CAN'T DECIDE WHAT TO BUY FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS h.iuMfon last ThurMiav night.' This u their Can ou ? Come down we will help vou make a selection. In i:. .:. i4i. i ii . i I -. . ... . . b.rt 3 lM ! a" cIevcn-oHnd daughter to his pleas- JtlR Dl i ant home, made more pleasant by the ad- mB f onion wiiicn occurred on tlie Mlnnst. loin I is drinking pure aiijile cider in honor of me event. I Will Woods is hustling for the Travel- icrs Insurance Company. The "Trawlers" N a company who-c reiutatiou and stand- IT lias lonir since lieen i-tabli-hed. and .-. . , - . .... . person-seeking accident iii-uraim-. more ?r,ln., "i la."aJ lH";r. i ially miln..-,l would do iell to n . V- i ii -jtimuit Mr. Wood- Ufore do-ing their n"u,t,"nl ' "-T""- . ,,. b:i.incss elsewhere. Kov.u. Hakim; Kuwdeii to., IOC Wall ; Kl.t T,i;riI lMt . . kiwi, tw lorK I more Jike a road out throtiyb a fom-t than a street in a city of :!0,000 inhaliitants. All " " tz : rr : ' of the Match shade tree on she south side to 'y Joo, 'of the street are U-iiig cut down to make sue .. m ik r. , toi tfieciirlung. The street is strewn 1 ?i i i . . . . .i I n mi nru-ii aim iruiiKs 01 trees. 1 lie sliaile Resignation of Rev. Boiler Accepted. After the regular Wednesday evening ! prayer meeting held at the First Conirrcira- I tional church last night, the prayer mcct . ing was resolved into a church" business f t llliftili". Mr. Mi-rtr ,v I,.. l.-l .1,.. limy er meeting, was, on motion of Mr. Moses, duly seconded, elected as chairman of the church meeting. Several commu nications were read and disposed of, and then tin must im-mrt.-int matter was tnken ili at oiuv. It as the resignation as pastor of the hirst t ongregntiou church, which Rev. ! mil iirt girl and aih.-is doing as well as c-.iuid the meanwhile glance over this list, "it will tn've you an idea ,7l-,,'.r ,aA '"tM s,,n,!a-v :,,n'1 be expected under the circumstances. r ,-, - , ., , ' ,, . . whicn he wished acted upon vc-ti-rdnv i Tom Kvans who isaverv-worthy em- of pnces. Lome prepared with the money, we ll do the rest : evening. ploye of the Pacific, rvjoiii-s in the advent J ; i Or. liepi:inl, who is an 'anient friend (t DON'T POWDER Absolutely Pure. How Is This ? 10c China Dolls now 5c. '20c China Dolls now lite. 2"c Dolls, with hair, now 15e. l.rK; Uij.ie Dolls, kitl lxMly,nowtOc. iiOc Dolls, very larje, now 2."c. 1,1)0(1 artii'lfs on our lite counter. including I'liish Odor Cases, Tov Watches, 'ln JJells and other ;iicnacs worth from -0 to '2tv, we give vou choice of lot for lite ftich. 1,000 articles on our 2"c table in- res llttenis 8.00 to SCO. f-vorahly U;. n the pa.tor. Others were nnfcK l.fM.,r Qi nil ... o.in 'Ic-iroiisnt hrst learning if il uoiild not 1 .ittcni- 81.JMIto8J0. Iw , lntUuv lIu. f lattcrns, WaMi I-almcs, ;ilc to change his mind, as fully , ihinUof WEEKLY BAZOO Sedalia, mo.. ti'eshay, ii:cEMr.i:i: i::, is.ii PURELY PERSONAL. Points of Interests About Peo ple You Know or Hear of. Alonio .SjK-iii of St. Lotii liere. is visiting James Flaw, of Warrenslmrg, is Fcdalin. W. 1'. ShcA-r of Ft. S-ott, is- on our -Ftntts. John Keal, of near IIarri-onvilIe,is in Fcilalia. I'erry I'ruett of '.arryvale, Kas., is in iirl:ilia. .Jim Gregory, of Western Kansa-;, is in the city. P. S. Stales of Wichita, u the guest of Sedalia friends. I'ctc Murphey of Kansas Cilr, is here for a short time. Chas. Hitter of Jhitler, Mo., is in ihe rity for a few days. J. M. Danforth, of Ileaman, was in the eity yesterday on hnsine-.. Ion Luther, of tlie Lamontc Jlminl, was in the city yesterday. Colonel Vincent Mannaduke, of St. Louis, was in (he eity yesterday. Mks Anna Jackson, of Smihtton, was the guests of relatives last week. Mr. and Mrs. Slattery were among the Jate arrivals at Sieher's hostelry last night. Mr. Clarence Smith a jtopular young man of Siuithton left last weelc for Chicago. Mrs. II. D. White and her sister, Miss Hughes, nf Ilughesville, were registered at ficlicr's last night. (J. P. It Jackson returned yesterday iiom Nevada, Mo., where lie attended cir cuit cyurt last week. ----Miss Cora Fowler of Smithton is the guest of her aunt Mrs. J. W. Lighter at 142S South Kentucky street Albert Porter, of the Beanian neigh Kirhood, is In the city the gnes-t of his j cousin, Pr. fj. A. Conkvrriglu, Jno. Warren, a stoeJ. Wan residing I near Vinccnnes, Ind is here visiting rela tives, and thinks he may locale. ! Mrs. W. T. Kllison, and her two little J children of Smithton, were the guests of, iriends in this city the past week. Mrs. Theo. Shelton, of SI. Irni, ar rive! tliis morning, and will he the guest of J. M. Officio: and family a few days. Mrs; Harry Summer, of Denver, Colo rado i the guest of her cousins K. H. Har ris and wife on south Kentucky street. Mrs. C. M. McCrac and Mrs M. S. Faulkner, two charming ladies of Holla, Jlo, are in Sedalia, the guests of friends. J. W. Allen, freight agent for the M., "K. : T.. in Missouri, is down from Seda- eludin child's Hand Painteil lea .Sets, 0 pieces, others sell at "iOc, our will iR'sailly missed when the summer sun ours down on the weary icdcstriau next summer. llie K. v 1. is receiving new cars daily from the Missouri Car and Found, v I . mi . .... . . snos. inesf cars are an tjuipiictl with air i.RiKes ami Jiiauv other new improve ments. Their new coal cars are nf !0,000 jKiunds capacity and arc a splendid car, Im- ing longer than anv tliev have ever li.-ui made, and are verv stnmg and (lurahl Much credit is due the siincrintcudcnt of the car department, Jfolit. Walker, who got iiO cents, illi llie plans anil sm-citication tor these cars, and his assistants who have hccn sin erinteniling the work in St. I-i.ui.-. 1,000 articles on the $1.00 counter, It i, siri.ilv Am..ri..nnnmlr.i,..,nM "'-li'diu'' 52.00 Alliums, $2.00 1 oilet made and without foreign flavor, we refer Sets, 82. 00 Bronze Vases, etc., choice to .aIvation till, llie greatest cure on ot lot SUM) fsich. eartli lor pain. price 25c, also a raft of Alliums, Mir rors, Uuor Cases, etc, worth Irom 40 to SCte, choice of lot for l.ic. 1 ,000 articles on our "iOc. counter, iucludinr Alliums, Inlaid Ilanlwood, Writing Dcks, Plush Cuff anil Collar Boxes and other $1.00 articles, now Or This? 'of the pa-tor. moved that tlie resignation l i- tM , oil- -..... aceepUil iinaiiimoiislr as tliepastnr had Uiihes Cloaks, fcJ.O.i up to -s-IO.OO ox,irt a ,iIKW wi-h that it would W: Jlis.sesJarkc't.o 8'.00 up to SS.00. ; Some did not like the idea of an unaiii- niKirens Cloaks :;.;() tin to 812. : " acceptance, a. it might reiicct un- ..... If I.I I MIK Vro 1 V.l D. Dress I tosl..lO. i the i hiiieh ner; not in favor of losinr lollies' Mulls, '!) up to 8 10.00. pa. tor who had lieeii with them for such Shawls 7 mi In S.'lll 1)1) I I crnni. autl who hail tloiie s., muc! !:-,...! r.. !..... ! . i l i lor his Msipie. i-or by his work thev had V . i wlvamwl from :. cramKil, inn.nvoni- Lace t urtanis SI to 810.00 a pair, tut, and dingy sanctuary of wood, situated ountcrpaucs up to tlii.iH). Kid (Moves 81.00 a pair. Siik Milts litte. . . t . . run; i arn .ntis .c. duvets -l.-ic ami ujiwanls. Let another day go hy, but g at once to E. E. McClellan's And get your choice of thoe elegant CliristmasPresents! Before they ate gone. He has a regular city store and stock. 5 1 4 Ohio St. Y. M. C. A. Block . SEDALIA, MO. Silk editions Handkerchiefs 2te uj to S2."i0 a piece. Silk Initial Handkerchiefs 2.r)c. pair Ladies Black Wool Hose 81. All Silk Hose 81. Blankets !M)e to 812 a pair. Comforts ."0c, 7."ic, 81 and upwards. In Addition! A line ol dents' Furnishing Oood.s including .Shirts, Night Shirts, Under wear, Silk Su.-penders, Miilllcrs, line grade Half Hose, Initial Handker chiefs, etc., either of which will make an nppropriaic and sensible Christ mas gift. Real Estate Transfers. The following real estate transfers were tiled in Kecorder I ilkington s office vester- ilav: Win. Ilinklev and wife to.IoH-plnisIliik-i I ill, -HO acres in sections :s, 4, !L anil 10. township 47, ranged.'?, for the sum of 817,- ooo. S. M. Shatto and wife to Massena M. McCormick, lots and 7, Idock 7 in J. H. Steivart's addition to Sedalia, consideration Thomas WiMlake and wife to I J. Luck- etl, south i of the center 1 of the northeast ! of northeast J section lifti-cu, township Jit ' ti". . h. Ilathawav and wife to Charles Schloemer, (ifl acres in section '2o, township IS. range 21, for 8IO0O. Man- A. His to Jno. W. Kccle, iU acres U K-ction j0, township ranire 21, for Js-jOU. 15. F. Kanev and wife to Itrvant Curran. the can one-half of lot - of the northwest one-fourth of section !, township -ii, range III 17 acres, for 81,100. Opening Up New Lines. The San Marcos division of the Taylor, 1 last, op and Houston division of the M., K. &1.has heen ojiened for trallic from Smithville to San Slarcos, Texas, a dis tance of fifty miles. At present the train service consists of one local freight each way daily. On February loth the exten sion from Boggy Tank to Houston will he opened for traffic and on the same day the Missouri, Kansas and Eastern, the St. Louis extension of the "Katy," from N'fctf Fpiuklin, Mo., will also lie open for Imsi ncss, and on thatdfiysoliilimited, tlirotigh vestibule trains will" he put oil from llous. tm to St. I-Oliis, via Fort Worth, the Dal las hraneh lieing oKTateil as at present. President Itoiiso and party are 01 rmle north from Houston, on a tour of insiec tion over the lines, and it is said by rail road men that he means to make the fur lly after February l"th. More Scare Than Fire. At alM)iit half past four oVbkyestenlay veiling, the frame dwelling on the corner of Fifth anil l,imim-ttvets was di--ovcrcd to 1m on lire. The alarm was iiiekly given and he lire inmpaiiv rescinded -.. i ..1 'it... 1 .... 1.1 : i... W 1111 lis ll-u.ll ill.ll I II I IIV- Ullllilllln I I .1 1 f longes to IV. AIh'II. and vas occupied bv I twelve more pounds than Iti- anta the familv of Sam. Cnldben;. The build- nUi in his favor. I he light was t Do not miss visiting Santa Claus' licadquarters, at Prank B. Meyer Ss Bro., 304 and 306 OHIO STREET. A. FARNHAM, 116 & 118 Second St., Telephone 123. Furniture, Coffins, Caskets, Burial Robe, Etc. Finest Hearse and Carriages in thecitj. Charges moderate. Xight clerk at Store. MY PRICES. D BRUTAL SPORT. Fight in Which Goddard Knocks Out Maher in Three Rounds. AUut S,000 sports, constituting nvuri-nhniicnt of sMOl lillLT lift'. Clliwdcil iuto'the Concv Island Athletic dub-, yf scK'UVC. house last niirht to see the great light between JoeT'oddard, the Australian, and Peter Malm, claiming to be the champion of Ireland. The crowd li:id conic to ee blmid Mini their fullest anticipations in that Maher was winded and unable to hold hi- own. When time was called Maher staggered to his corner. In the second, (ioddard landed with his left mid then clo-ed in to hard in lighting, hitting with his right and sent Maher to the Hoor He wa up in time and they went smashing eat h dher with right and left. At the dose of the round neither .showed the .slightest Doth had received lia. shakinir hands with triends. l'ittn t ns was ouicklv drenchtsl. the tire exlcn Hun. guishi-d and what furniture had not li-en IVniiie Uradie. of Arkansas City, ar- irnwl out va very iiaiiiy .lamagiM. ;.. il in- tins moriiiiii' :ind will n-1 I he lire originate!, irom main till after" the holiday visiting with 1 it supixeil. friends. I ... . . ... . i . - . 11. iru. noge a pro.ui ,. in " u? , a j,,.,,-,,,, lf with , man !I me soimierii hiiiiuu .u ua-. i.nv. is ilefwtive Hue, teirilit' piiiiishiiient. I'oth men came up looking da.ed iu the third, but both were determined. Neither showed the least science, but mined blow after blow on each other fast and hrnl as iio.-ible. ('oddard lino wore realized. Coddard knocked ... the worst iiunished. for his face out his man after three fierce and' mts ,nVcitil with gore, which Unwed in hloodv rounds. '.-m-am.- down hi- bie:ist. He went at ('oildanl was a favorite in the bet- Maher like a k-a-t ami lairly lnrat him lin-r. He lackcil iu .-cience. but wa- down bv brutestreii"th. The Irish lad much the Mroiier of the two, having tl(!rt m, r;inielv under the .shower of - blow.-, but at la-t was laid low ny a '" .-:rai"ht ri'dit on the law anil lell lace ipurse of -ST.oOO: the winner to nt- down on the IhMir. llie crowd laniv craze I with exciiemeiu. was ceive SO.oOO. the lo.er SI, 000. The entertainment opened with a ten round bout between Harney Mil- I)r. AMI. on the building, wa- in-urcd Hn- and Jerrv Sullivan, III which Mill- miiiiint:; nan C. William-. with Iiiulman. ami Mr. (.oiiIiIIn h; hail l.. won bv a idever lidt hand job. i When (.'oddard aiearel lor the i bi event of the evening he received a i Nothing, however, 1 Criminal Court. The following cases came before the; heart v reception court votenlav: compared with the ovation given State vs. V"m. Howard: appeal: de- Maher. The men steppiil into the fcmlant pletids guilty and lined $1.00 - rim; ;m(l nmlially .shaking hands. and cost. " j ms-ImI for po-ition." There was a gre-.it Slate vs. Win. Ilarrah: felonious ' shout from the Maher contin- III ctHana loHiay vi-iiiug maims unu friends. Mr. A. M. Mitchum and family anil Miss Itennie I'orter.sisterof Mrs. Mitchum, left ye-tenlay for ISeanian to -jiend Sunday with" their paii-nts, Hev. anil Mrs. K. K. J'oiter. , 1 tim STiimiIi fiirtm'rK n ont mi'lnr :iml ' "builder iu this' city, but now with the assault; defendant withdraws, plea of ent when it was seen he had won the bridge anil building department of the M. J ,lot uly Mu outers plea of guilty to ; luckv corner. K. 1.. came in irom tne nonii esienia .,.,,, .,,, lvlt,(r... lm(H S-.-,.0 .nl 1 Mnbers -.x-ouds were .hit lk 31aer. BIT A CAT'S TAIL OFF. Good Grounds for a Divorce and Testimony in a Divorce Suit. There are many w-.tv.- of being cruel when a divorce is a.-kitl, and many tbin-'s "o to make tin what is known iu an unilcsirahlc lixnluv. to a U-atuuI ! stone ediliiv ill a virv i!cirable localny. I hat llie meiuln-rshii i . i . ... .i I oi me nr-i cliurvli liail increa-iil ItKl anil that a Si-owl Congregational church in the MHithea-teru Hirtion of the city hail lnvn eni-tnl and plaml in work ing order through the tireless exertions f their pastor, I tov. 1J. F. Holler. l-l . i oe moiiou mat tne resignation in- ae ccptcil unanimously wa- nut and lost bv large majority. Mr. Crawford, who had voted with the prevailing side, -aid that as pastor Imllcr had virtually accepted the call he hail received, and would leave this pastorate on the tirst of January next, it lid not matter much whether the" resigna tion was accepted or not, but to set the pastor right before the eves of the world he would move that the mo tion which hail been lost, Ik; reconsidered. Which motion was set onded. Mr. Ilcrrv anil Mr. Halm and Dr. Sheppanl anil Mr. Wilcox sixike iiikui the -ri m m ..' . 'i.i-iwii. uvii .nn-tT. urust-, ;inii in a hurt vigcmus addrvss. full of eood com mon sense, reflecting iikiii the good their pi-tor lias ilone. moveil a- a suli-titute for all other motion- "That the resignation of the pastor, Kev. R F. Fuller, Ik- accepted: I .. :.. r .i. ' . t .tim iiiii .i dniiiiiiiin-in uirev in ninsisi in Dr. -.tupiianl. Jlr. Wilcux. and Mr. Craw ford be selected to draw up resolutions of n-iicci ami regret, to lie pn-sciiteil to a mti-tiiig of the" church to lie held next Wednesday evening." Which motion re ceived several scciuiiN, was put and carried unanimously, anil the meeting adjourned. . .. .. .... ... Iev. it t. iMilIer will pnacli Ins Iat sermon as pastor of the First Congrega- i ..i .i. . t .i . i mil. ii . iiuim in i-eoaua next v nri-ima.-, and will go to the Edwards Contrrecationa! cliun-li ol lhivenHirt, Iowa, where he will have a larger field anil a lietter salary than he has hail here. Many will regret his lo . as he has done very much for his ilcnomiuatiou m this vicimtv. and will have the best w.she- of all for a life -ncccs- in his new venture. ' m Ki-p it in the house and it will saw you many an anxious moment during the change- of season and weather; we refer to Hr. Hulls tough ?yrup, the best remedy on earth lor cough anil cold. A DESPERATE LOVER. He Shot the Girl He Loved 'and Then Killed Himself She Will Probably Recover. Xews comes to Nevada of an at tempted murder and successful sui cide vc-1crdav afternoon, near Monte vallo, 1.0 miles southeast of that place. Jim Hargus, a voting man 2'? vears old, living on the Colonel Joe Davis farm, north ot that place, took dinner vestenlav with the familv of Warren Mann. He had been a reirular caller at the hon.sc for alwiiit a year. The attraction was his victim, the pretty blue-eyed 10-ye-.tr old daughtei I'earl. Mr. Mann was away from home. During the afternoon, while Hargus and thejxirl were alone in a room, he shot her and then .-hot him-df. The trirl was i-truck in the neek anil it is thought will recover. Hargus was al.-o wounded iu the neck, the wound proving fatal in a few minutes. Nothing is known ot his antecedents except that he i-.ime to this county from Mount- or Au drain some four vears aro. He was given to drink und it is thought was crazed by liquor when he committed the desperate deeds. On Monday he hired a team at Walker, stating to a friend that he proposed to sell -it and C. C. WILLIAMS, . s, -General Insurance Agent.- Ilgenfriu Iiuilding, ?". thwe-t turner Ohio ami Third streets, Silalia, M. 1L'-Ild..w::m SMOKING JACKETS, GLOVKS AND INITIAL HAND KERCHIEFS. I have sets olCutfand Collar Boxes, Neckwear, Mackintoshes, all useful aud excellent holiday gifts. See them it Wai.msi.kyV, 22.'. Ohio street. Callies' Fresh Christmas Candies. Mixed candy or gum drois ht lb 10c .'! pounds 'Sh; 11)0 Miuud.s$7. Molaes. peanut anil cream tallies per pound l.V ('herniate cream dni- tier lb 30e Chocolate en-am hominon diKelc.er H)iinii .-tie Marshallons iht lb . 40c Cm-oanut tallies aud Iienges per lb... 'Sc Cn-.im ilates, ligs ami walnuts iH-rlb... SOc Cream Carmels ikt lb 2c Cociianut havstacks anil sponge cara mels tier lb SCe Horehounil anil stick candy er lb... lc Fine cream caramels iier lb" Sflc Kismt. aml horehounil tullet- jier lb.... 20c Walnut, hickorynut and ti-an tallies ler tmund , 3il.. French imiiortcd candies ner III 7.V Fresh oysters extra standard ier t... Xiv X inas trie canille- all sizes jierbox... 'Sk- CALLIKS' CAFE COMI'AXY. I Ijuwititr .Vrir iW Ojnrr, 214 Itun'xnr Utrttt. JOS. A. WEINZIERL, SURVEYOR AND CIVIL ENGINEEU. Office: KiMim 2 iu IIurlev,Buihlinr. 110 E. Third street, Sedalia, Mo. fiurvev ot Lots anil other tracts of and in city and country made. Drain- tge systems established. Estimates prciuireil. Conscientious work guaranteed. SEOALULMO. f-raooL isTiiLuia u. T. lecraphy mnd Station AirenU bs!nea9 unj;M as a arMi-Hr-l.AOO mlmn now holdirc coud po-iuons on Wnirra ml road, and who owe th. ir tocccu nuintr to the start maJv at this KhonL Write for trauaad full toionnatloB. Addrra J. D. BBOWX. M arr. SliDAUA, JIO." of l'hiladelphia ; Martin Costcllo of to siienil .'sundav with Ins lamily. I ' " cot. -David Murphy, formerly employed .st:lte vs. Charles Banks; iiiuiiler liit , Bnlliilo, and Tom Clark of Coney pile driver, was in the city yesterday with indictment anil pleads not gtllin. hi- wife on their wav to tiixiii Itidge to ' State vs. Win. Smith and Walter t-jicnd Sunday. k-r,"'-fii-uiJ.L -n To Private Families. I am manufacturing a superior arti cle of Apple Brandy such as is ex cellent for the use of private families. Send orders by mail to JOHX 1AXEY, Green Ridge, Mo. Mason; roblverv, first detrrce; defend- ! ants demand severance; case against de fendant Smith tried before a jury; ver dict, live years in the penitentiary; de dciendaut Mason withdraws plea of not guilty and enters plea of guilty; sentence defered. Il was ordered that the Justices of the Peace file their transcripts in tie clerk's office within six days after de termination of case before them, under penalty of forfeiting their fees. It wsts ordered "that the Ix.nd of John C. Porter, sheriff elect, le aj proved. The court adjourned till 9 o'clock Monday morning. lower and illiterate circles of society among laborers and nil-killed work men, would in the educated, refined and cultivated intelligent class, be considered o sufficient cruelty to jirant a divorce to a person of a sus- of Patterson. X. J-5 IKIlv Madden and Ji5!Pl"e "ver-sensm vc. i i iV., vV, Ales ndcr Greens. Bob S all wits 1 h. from the cradle ha .. . v . '-'"-o"' . . , . Iieen reareil in luxurv and ease would ;.tolt"u- rm. cruel acts ''Themen-spamil cantioiislv in the which 'in the ,nt or laWer finft rnuiid. ViotManl ltil ami forced ' 't hnd any appreciation hat Malier to his knees, when he took ad- cvrn ,. , , . nr- vanta. of the nc-Ury ten seconds. f" a ca.se or d.rce In m I in Spr g Mahci-drew fin.tW.--l. Rich fought nehl, Illinois Mrs. Belle like a wild rat. Maber landed hU a?"st her hiwtawl, Jamw cag les St and left and wius" fonxnl to the -amongthe .the. cy cc introduced tiretl 1 prove ins vii.-iuu.-iiur- " - Ihing.s go to make up what is known i... tjie j,,. t ;,et out of the is cruelty. That which would not ........... tiie .rid. and that if she lve con-iderwl giHwl grounds in the I f. . , i ' ,pr an,i .v.ss. - T. jI-KiwI rli.i irna u lo2i rntirietnave evidence to a a great mil v. but his blows only ?t was stat ed that W le. atter abu- seeded K"J violentlv he hit right aud left, lauding at will. .raSe: ,f-ze! iaw. ,'. ,.. , nff Ti Maher was wild and lauded" his right hw hands and b,theriad T he four or five times, but GiKldanl only poor cat may have been the cause ol went at him more determinedly. quarrel. then kill himself. The team is miss ing and it is suposed he wild it, asjie got another team Wednesday morning Irom a livery stable, which he drove to the house" of his intended victim. The voting lady is the oldest of nine children and her father is a resjiecteil farmer in moderate circumstances. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S XOTICE. Xoticv is hereby given, tht by virtue of an order of the l5robate Court of Pettis cuuntv, Mis-ouri, made on the 6th day of Decemlier, ISItt, the undersigned, public administrator for said county, has taken charge of the estate of Mary A. Clay, de- ceased. . , . . . .. All persons having claims against said m i to an. rfMi 11 1 red to exhibit them to tne, for allowance within one year after the date of said letters, or thev may be pre cluded from anv benefit of such estate, and if such claims fie not exhibited within two vears from the date of this publication, thev shall be forew barred. Tfhis 10th dav of December. 1892. I2-13w4t " John K. CuirroK, Public Administrator. OR CHRISTMAS AND COLD WINTER TIME, i:i-Y Yol'lt - Liquors & Wines llv theCallou, Ilottle keg and Case, at FRANK KRUEGER'S 112 Osage - - ei. i-u Delivery Wason alway nori Li: of wi.M.as n-Tit L'iven awav with every worth of liiiuors and wines lMuj;ht at this . - . . t plan-alter lec. !. up lo-iioi. ruuniii;;. One CHRISTMAS ft dollar Pianos and Organs! I-irj;i-st stock ever brought to Stilalia. I ircatcst variety of mali-, highest ;raile--leuowu. ti.s.t lMIs- ible nrice and easiest term- ever heard of-lOct- a day will buy a tir-t clas- orjpm. We wholesale pianos ami orpin- an over Mis-ouri anil Kansas. We dare to compare our price and term with those of any music hoiic- in the state. Call or send for catalogues. JOHN STARK & SON. 505 Ohio Street, Sedalia, Mo. PLUMBING I When vou need Plumbing, Steam or Gas Fitting or Sewerage work done, re member that I am now in basement ot Porter Block, and my charges are very J.T.WATKINS. 12-lldiwlm 112 Ohio Street. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. hereby riven, that the under signed administrator of the estate of Joseph 1 1 E. Anderson, dececeascd will ak 6nt II settlement of his accounts wan said estate as such administrator at the next term of the probate court of Pettis conntr, Mis sonri, to be holden at Sedalia in said county, on the 13th day of February, A. D., 1 893. Isaac C. Asdebsos, 12-13w4t Administrator. sari . - r--'-i' ... Jr.:xi. ,"