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Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - December 13, 1873, Sedalia, Missouri DALLY DEMOCRAT EVENING BY TUB PUH COMPANY your by dlx Olio mouth by mall Wi by Cairier 15 will be inserted one at the rate of nta per line Insertion from eleven per line each insertion twelve thereafter flve cents per line will be inserted for than fifty cents Local ordered published no time 18 oe continued until and with fates CITY mud than yesterday trix are in market shops close to-morrow at Smith's Hall county coal miners re- only per bushel papers publish the entire President's message says that tbe late pan- has busted Old Santa Claus Graham of this city is visiting Springfield Mo Cedar City Vindicator a lengthy letter from Capt C AV Samuel dated at Hot Springs Aik W of the House Moberly was in the city this morning Call on him when you want good accommodations engine No 37 jumped the track near Knob Noster this morning delaying the western mal hours John Whiteley's Dramatic Troupe with Mr J A Lord wilt he lu Lexington on th next Monday Fleming son of John Fleming once Sheriff of Lafayett county recently killed by acci dent on the Railroad some one open a We know of sundry Individ uah who would take great pleasure in gyrating over its smooth surface Arrived Mr Charles Bradlaugh the erea English Statesman arrived thl morning and is the Ive House In company with Col A Joy DCS we culled upon him this af and found him to be very pleasant gentleman with a which betokens great physical an meutal powers He will lecture at Smith's Hull per announcement We cat only repeal that We feel all who fai to go miss rare feast The lecture will begin at o'clock we hope to see hai full to a regular jam will be well of tho most en- our people alt cud it to-night A the Indies of the Old School School Prcsbyterisn gave a ill lunch to their friends in KANSAS CITY FIBB Property Con- i city was night tho about The fire originated lu W H Powell salt and plaster Warehouse upon the banks of river contents Vere soon ignited and with the was quickly consumed The extensive owned by Latshaw A in which was stowed teu bushels of grain also fell to the fiames Their total oss to with rance for half the amount Citizens did everything to save property Whole trains of Kansas Pacific cars run out of danger by their com- blued strength EMllY DEM MOi SATURDAY 13 1873 CITY TAXES LIST OP PROPERTY ASSESSED OVER A Personal whew they served the lust to add lhal lunch could not bu Kot ladies out of Poetical F in your Thursday's issue some verses of the last line of the last verse to be supplied of your renders advantage of the opportunity thus offered by your cor- R T submit the following tills vale of If are with mill IOTO the The word Faith ia rhyme with word saith by the poet lou in his works A K Cast County Bobbers The Appleton Argus contains full details of the late pursuit of John and Younger and Frank James the late Cass county robbers by a posse of citizens in which two of the citizens were by the robbers During their stay with the it was evident they were in the hands ofdangerou? men Tho two robbers with whom they changed shots the previous day were disposed to deal roughly with the but better council prevailed and finally with threats as to future conduct they were released One oi while closely observing the robber named James was you yon don't want to be looking at me you don't to know hereafter Greetings were sent to the editor the Appleton Argun that if caught outside town his bacon would be A Card Co Thomas Leece Hinsdale Hale Wm M Gentry other as though named the sincere thanks of the ladies of the Old School Pres Church arc hereby tender ed for aid rendered in get ting late supper and ally to Mr McCreory modesty won't let it Tho Supper Lust evening the over Groes store pretty well with a most respectable throng occasion was un given by the ladies of Presbyterian Church and right roy ally did they acquit themselves in every respect The supper was large varied nnd all that the most ions could There were lurk cys nnd other fowls there i sugar-cured hams and other there were all kinds of fruits including oysters done up in the est style of the culinary art but these ware not all as and les codec and butter and about else Hint was tit to eat rested in bountiful profusion upon the long lines of tables But these were not all there were bright-eyed beautiful women gallant young men there old men present except Mr Ittel and all seemed to enjoy themselves and well Mich Lampion did 1 of polite ing round We have not heard thei amount o the hope they were commensurate with the forts and attentions of the good ladies who had charge of the entertainment December 12 EDITOR I send yeu two lines to fill out B You may cither if you think proper who tliN tears Look Hope mirt Through life nnd In dmf li Uio scriptures E A 3 B 15000 Rod Gallie 5 Abstract Xtc Now that tax paying time is upon us and we are lu financial crisis between keeping the wolf from our door and preventing mr little of tbe world's goods rom being for taxes there is consolation in poring over our ial and a deep relief when of others are found in the Misery one has said Surely his is the anticipated season In our hasty review of or's book we have included all tax payers whose property valuation amount to and ever Here e wish to make an explanation There are many city property ers whose aggregate assessment reach but from the fact that their property Is erent block and streets we found the job entirely too burdensome had we endeavored to complete each tax payers amounts Hence the difficult task was not attempted the Collector's Book giving the names and valuations by block mid streets not each person's several tracts together Disinclined to this rule was strictly observed although sincerely regretted Many of our own property valued at almost the prescribed amount scores of thea ranging from to but determining not to di we were compelled to pass to their more wealthy neighbors How ever the honor of owning worth of property wears rathe when two per cent of its value is called for by the collector Several owners of additions and to the city appear as tax payers To this class we enumerate among the many Gen Smith D W Richard Campbell K Barret E Smith 8 Geo 8 6000 1 6000 4 Cbas Yost A Campbell 8 G B Smith 6 500 amounts not having yet Real Estate Horses Watches Furniture ter Jas O Ives A Kumm and Lesher J Heard K T Brown Potter A Smith K S Went G M Divers and others bots owned by them assessed at from to owing to locality eligibility etc as they are through their several additions but very few own lots In one block valued Ht No assessment is made against the Missouri A Texas Railway thin valuation to be based on lie county assessment yet to be mined if we mistake uot by the Stale Board of Equalization vided block In Brown's and Barrett's additions arc to per acre Number of polls in the city to the Collectors returns nine hundred No poll tax was ied tlm year Gas Works E N Mam St 5 000 Jacob Kuhn 5 500 U 000 Morrison 7 350 8 D M Morrison 3 650 Bixby 6 T 500 6 000 C F Lohman C C f 000 C tollman 8 Cent 7 500 E 0 000 Joel Gutman 6 000 J K 1 J Yeater C 000 J K Co 7 500 Houx C 000 Bard A Miller 000 7 000 Levy Bro 7 000 B J A Co 0 000 nt the Church Sabbath morning Subject for the evening The danger of too much Proverbs Sedalia for Sale or Exchange for City Warrants This is n good investment For particulars on K T Miller Mayor or E W of Council -I H Coin G R Smith j a C S 000 5 000 4 800 Gallie 5 000 Wooldridge 3 800 Heury guess 3 000 6 6 F J Corpenny 5 000 J C Babbitt 3 000 G Taylor Ohio St 5 000 6 500 200 B.C Short 3 400 3 000 First Nat Bank 10000 J P Leake 000 Mertz Hale 6 609 Dr Jeffries 600 M Ilgenfritz 25 400 A H Kendall 5 400 Jaynes 5 000 E B 6 Magann 5 000 Randall 7 000 J G White 9 000 Heard A Bro 9 000 Gooding 4 L Guild 3 200 Wm Beck 3 600 Wm 3 600 A 2nd St 8 flOO Wm Heck 5 000 A H Randall 4 500 Nancy Wright 3d St 3 6 F Buchanan fi OO T J Swift 12 000 Foundry 3 000 E Bixby -1 500 J F Philips 4th St 4 800 C F 5 000 W E Bard 4 200 W S Mackey 4 500 A Campbell 0 000 J H Vitt 3 000 F Houston 5th St 3 500 Geo G Vest 4 200 J H Hogue 3 500 Jmi 3 200 f P 3 SOO A Condee 6 000 J H Hathaway 4 000 M M Andrus 6th and 8th 6 500 Jas Simmons Ot st 3 60 E Barrett C M A 3 50 A C Marvin's est 7th st 6 J Newton 3 001 Chris Hyo 3 OOC J 3 Emma Garrison 8th st S 00 3 OOC S H Smith 6 W U Woodard 3 500 S H Beiler 3 501 E F 3 R S Stevens 3 500 G H 15 00 A M 000 J R Van Petten 5 OOC D Jayues 18 OOC O A Crandall 5 50 CD lusher f 380 H C Sampson 9th st 3 P G 3 Edward Brown add 5 OOC Geo G Veil hind In sec S C OOC Pat 80 L Kumm 50 Theo A Bro 11 COt J R Hancock 5 OOC J B Van Petten 3 00 Potter A 5 00 Shops nnd Grounds 60 G R 6 00 A McVey Sec 2 3 GR Smith C 00 W P Currier's 8 Henry Suess 4 OCK Bella sec 33 10 00 Brewery 6 The above do not ii property Wr tiv below only a few from th personal property National Bank Carriages 13.130 Bauk Notes and other personal HOG at and Chicago Prices to tho Chicago December continue large with prices from to St Louis December 2 p to f For choice at reasonable prices every body goes to F A T I -1 000 Miller 3 500 Thos Hackett 600 H P 4 500 Kenry 4 000 H 4 600 Brandt A Bro 4 001 W 8 4 300 C Li Clegg 300 H Boyer F L 5 500 Ass'n Ives Home Furniture Times Office Opinion The following general abstract taken from tho original returns Were Changed by the Board of linn we think the totals Gto Bellus 000 I been Increased the Lots for Sale Cheap In east near the hops Inquire at P S Little's GKO P One square one one II A liberal will to cov WEEKLY DEMOCRAT Subscription per annum n 01 nix 1 Ot RATES or II CO Jne one 10 CU A Don't Swear Smoke or Gamble Who Will for Mother How The following epistle was picked up at the last evening and we give it SEDALIA Mo Dec 12 1873 DEAR MADAME I write to you in reference to the matter of riage I am a bachelor with a few thousands in the bank and also a very good income Am a temperate man do not swear smoke or ble Seeing your advertisement in the paper 1 to you a few dayi ago but have received no reply If you will agree to keep your six ren at their Aunt's and not want your mother to come to see you more than twice a year and will agree to let mo be tho man of house and will put up a forfeit of for tbe of Ike bargain I will marry otherwise I will uot I am yours truly STATE ITEMS A gentleman with the ary alphabetical prefix of J W D i F Mack has been master r the Springfield Grange in place f Dr McPherson resigned A disease of considerable fatality broken out among the sheep in ome portions of county by the Fulton Enterprise as The animal becomes dull nd stupid the ears drop forward nc eyes are leaden is fetid and offensive matter that exudes from he nose the animal refuses to eat ingers a few days and expires with out any apparent pain Two suits have been entered in the Pleas Court of Jasper county against the Memphis ige and Northwestern Com- pany by G H Wolser us assignee of L P Cunningham for money claimed to have been ed for construction purposes The plaintiff asks that a receiver np pointed for the road The report of the committee ap pointed to examine the affairs of the First National Bank of Kansas City report the liabilities as seta The president of the Bunk Mr says added to the present capi tal the bank could open its doors at once and continue business A man calling himself Thomas B professing to bo a preach er and claiming to he the sole pro of patent gate has come to grief in Lincoln through overmuch swindling The Herald says tin bullet which was lodged in Genera Benjamin's by ha: not arid causes con paiu at The investigations County Court have proven that th county warrants claimed tc be held by one Hugh Boulder ar frauds that the county record have been tampered to these forgeries upon the people For No 1 pipes am nil oilier smokers Articles go Frank No- 91 Mai direct Hour a good article P RRO Heating Stoves C C Abbott Ohio street in re- a full line of the standard of Heating Stores which will sell ut the very lowest res He has a good assortment of coking Stoves approved icc He has a splendid assortment all kinds of Japanned wuro all kinds of Copper and which he ill sell as cheap as any in the el resh Oysters on the Shell Just received nt Kaiser's No Ohio street Wlf Heat cranberries canned at F Oyster Depot I am now prepared to the ne Challenge of Bull more Oysters to retail at 8 with express added Orders nro respectfully IK JOHN KAiai No 10 Ohio Mo Dee 12 1875 Tbe taxes borne by onr citizens are lone of the lightest and that portion if them required for the defrayal of Incident to the proper of the and the of property la not nn especially when it he general of work for which we arc called ia to pay not only but y done whole it is supposed to be loue but in some vicinities ho municipal limits it nut done at ill 1 huve no or ind fault if it can be avoided but or every evil of commission omission la n remedy of tome as I am unable lelf to be means of removing he cause of In question I have availed myself of tbo your paper as a me J inn I h rough to express tbo sentiments of liable to loss from the fect work of our police in the hope that It will be the means of having he supplied forco as at present none but Main ami Ohio streets and us all citizens lable to taxation to pay fm the police support it Is a source of to know receive no rorn them and their goes to the of those u they no The mutter on minced to a line the question Whether if the property of those who pay for support of the police torco loos not receive tion Is it fair that they Have to pay fur 10 protect other why not those who receive the benefit of the pollue force rwy for tlio service It would certainly be only In accordance with lliu of I make these rd with the necessity of cing the Uio our city and I have that our who represent our Interest my In limy v Blank Deeds All of blank deeds lor sale at this office
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