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Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - January 16, 1872, Sedalia, Missouri DAILY DEMOCRAT I'l'UUSHKI) EVBMY MOHNINO (MONDAYS EXl-KITKUJ. A. Y. 1> ISUSSIOfiTi I and 1.. II. KNKUJM-JY 1'rojidetur.s. ML'BXCIllrriON IN ADVANCE 1'i-r yi-hr. hy mull................................ tin ifl SIXjIIIIMil hy until................. IJI) DAILY DEMOCRAT. fthr tai y OK Hm-cil hj-lluiilrr, In cltj, IILT p.ivuhlu In C'urili-i. i ou VOL. I. SEDALIA. MO.. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY Itf, 1S72. NO. 23.1 _ A IHvnil will IK mmie tocu, II .11 I I J'-ul IVEEKM" DEMOCRAT. HAll's ill' AIIVKHTININO: iiicliidmp ,the e-i-s- di'iit other pro'raiiient citi- .C'llS. THE VERY LATEST STOKES KXPKIUKNVKS A DULL DAY. DUK1 DAY. will to- morrptt', 911 the Supplementary. Civil Service He has prepared- hiin- with great care and :in unusually elaborate cllurt jnuy SERVICES ON RUSSIAN VESSELS. PORTER. DEVI1 AM) WAR COCK TO CJO BACK TO THEIR, COM- os. Jimuury i-L The President continues to receive nuinci-oux telegrams from New Ur- vE'S UIKTII- lejins, which) witli lri.'.-.xfd to other do not indi- ate an early termination of the po- litical troubles. A resolution for ihe CHANGE IN CUSTOM HOUSE OFFICIALS. THE ORLEANS 1YAU. ETC., ETC ETC. York, .J.iuuaiy the. murderer o.'1 .Jiiir.e- I'i-ke "-till in.iintaiiir u (..lin dei'ifiu- or. amUp >ak- more eonlidrutlv than I IT, of ll. MU._ di i'. a .--olihay I...-.H' for him, for beyond the Chaplain In- nlone, none tu visit, liiin. Th" appnintAicnfof dn investigation corur IDILICL .ji Kepresentatiyes' tp-inorrow. Some members of 'Congress 'express tin; "pinion that a correct history of the cannot be obtained mi- such eonimitteo conduct their ,irocccdinffs in New Gortons, [hut oven if the trouble should end liclbro t-ho- cftromittce could reach there, the'information officially ob- tained would be valuable in view of future legislation. It known that President Gram s desirous of avoiding a declaration of martial law, and that it not be reported lo ab-olutc "e- lie ha- previously said that I il would beprop'-r the intiative in nica-ures looking to- I wards juieilieatioii. New Orleans January city very after a week of ox- I i-itemciil and but few nn tlie Even about the Merliniiio-.' Institute oislv f-k-eply, Norn out, mi-erahlee looking IIP ,-een. lit i-; probably a calm before the PK.OC.L AMA.XIO1V. J II II 10 U INSTITUTION O. S. S.-R., W. CO. THE j X.MV .L.nnarv 14 mrni, annouree a he ba> not yet. Ixvi, complete investment of MirP by Cor- -I. Im tlu- lia >ervnrtf were on, vipnmnly defemlin- tlu-mselyes. Now lias noyor -.....-J il' this i-ily, ricnnc-.s of designs. for with- G'it iitrn VICOKIU--IV tlieniselves Uinl llielai-Mun Hutl- helte, honor or Uio inflietim: on the .iM.vnt Duke, Tlie j Quinog.Vs oiilv eliance of o.-.ivu.ii ut is through expected on Avenue sronlcrev, i, en A .-pe.-Ki! (roin Wa.-bmK- route to raise (ho MOL-P. ''.'i t" I ribunc, uniler date of ,-aus. A rumor i-jiJloal in Clenveland, Ohio, Juiniary tolhi- elli-el. thai the Wiy. ilnrlins--, wife of the man who I'll-iilont will inuncdiiitely a tier tlie ilied :i dnys f'nini trachina n.ite ('iiiiiniitee from .--piraliu, bus died iron] thesainc .irk, Mil.mib, itrt repoiU, niaki- a Mif.ra.ee. The boy is in a eritie.al .sweep of all principal condition, and the -rirl, it is lielieved einU eenneeleil tlu: Yoik recover. Tin- cxeiles Cii.-ioin lillinjr I jinioiif; men." A wilh ini-n i.'1'proiuinpin.-e. in iiusincw, liuve niiinlx-r of jihv.-iei.in-- and si-ien Niid eminent, intoiirity, who Juivu tifia men have vi-'ilrd the sick fain u actix j in behalf of eillicr l-iction ily. of thr Kepiiblican jiartv in YorU, and that they will ilillow by v.lmlc kilcli-l MARKETS BY .TELEGRAPH To make a Clean Swoop, iilii.r jit low pric CV'Xit--, ll'imlni (flow. Zephyr Motions and Fancy Goo.-N Mound City MUTUAL LIFE Insurance Co., For the Best Boote ami Shoes, for Uio LEAST MONEY, Go to St. Mo. OJFJFICKRS JAMES IJ. BADS, Presiilpnt. Vire-PrwidBiit. W. J.O.MAX. Sccrotarv. f-f. ficneral Acent .A. BUSHEL L, Attorney. W. H.VJX-H, Ollice, H It. H AHYiiV, Uojisuluutj Acfy Go's Comer Main Ohio Streets, Sedalia, Mo. KS 15. KAJXS, A. M. HHITTOX, J. M. HAIIN'KY. A. 'RU.SHKLL, -I. JAMKS I.UI'K A. GAURISO.V, W. If. JKKNINOS, NOKMAN J. Competition own nian'nlhoturc of Heavy 13< Conic and Examine GENTSTURNlSHIXG GOODS 'M JfeillUed Evans Fletcher, SUCCES.SOII.S TO H. B. Fletcher CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in PIARDWAKE, IRON STEEL Onioo Springs, Axles, Nuts, Skeins, Bolls, Washers, No. 213 North Third Street.! In L'reat Htibeoek to their A; ;i late hour nipht, a Ih- oeeiirri'd at r .-'ti- i-t, 1111 [li, iMril floor, .iccnpiod :'..s a .--tm-i- for nnd puper, bj 10. T.-IJ lor which oeciu-ioni'd a lo-'.-, nf IJuriiiE; ihu tiro, .Icihn Civile, l-'ore rn-in of engine 11.', lifih f-iory of tin; bnilJiiiif, and w.-i.- .-criou.-ly hurt. The is the Herald's f-) from U'as-hiiigton, dati d 1-Jth: It- is undeiviood, upon excellent nutliorily, that, tin: Keen-tary of.Siatt is much at the ailv.ihre re- that have reached line of irotsehdkotr's reply to his diVpateh to Minibler CiiMau on the mutter. That his mortifi- cation is greuer becaiifc his oMn judgment opposed to the tone of clispatcli from lirpt to llirt, rspcc-i- against, its ipiRilionablc uu-om- panimcnt. The dispatch recopiwrtl here of- the hcjid-woik ofru-f-iskint Hncret.i- and Mimcof hi.- ln-.-t friends. Tlio Seen tary, upon iLs njipeariuu-e in tlie No-nil.', i ro icvincliim hmi be, 11 inu-t unlbitunale in }ifldiiiir in ihi.i m.'ittcr lo hi- i'-i Mstant SrwrU-iiy. More, tu.-in all. I vpl'-v S1 lo (he notm-tuinm! ni lo'f'her (iii-irtc-v viu-i-c 1, i 41 In .yt' ji'.-t now, ns I Vii'h nil D 11 o -i lit tiMJi.ii- li i. i.'..... i... i ,im. Jaiiiniry nn- fi.i-j; ]ust half, fclimaiy. SI UIJ. Cm Ir: fi-hi miry, 41 Je. !u Ulu. MI Mir. Hops- Keeeip'ls, mnike! iinirlrnilply acliv.. niu! slunle liiuliei; viles MI. bulk ol fellies, KM. Xl-'X .luniiiiry 15. tirlianned, 111 Wfl'Kn Wliiiit- Inaetivt', noniina'; Ko. 2 in Mm j-i new, Quii't, Hi in, al Hurley- (ii.ii-r. lirni. in S.JiS'.SfJe. Ili-iil MI Quii-1 iiiul heavy. Pork- Quirt; SI! 00 tor old; SIS.i, for ri'liinaiy loi-. -Inneuvc: ST. ST. .Inn. 15, 1S72. nnd uncliaiiycd Ijn Wlical und No. 2. of rred ni tint no AT1 Ion .1-1 iny cle-IOillin lu hi CHAItLES A. D.VXA. rliMar. She Itotliu' Wwfelg A Ni-Tixi.nprrol I bo Present Tlmcn. Iiucuili-il Inr 1'coi'le Now on Enrtb. Inclniii-i; IVincii. .McrrhaaU, unj ill M.n- ncr of HOIIOI FO.KP. nuil lUo Eoiu, and OauL-lr.crs of nil sucli. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAH I OSE UUNUREU COI'IES FOR Or than Ono Ccnl it Copy. M Clul) at orcrT Tost OI3ee. SIJM, S3 A YEAH. or ejrae tlio i-eiier.-il cliaruttr .-i THn hut with n
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