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SEEiALlX. MISSOURI TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER IS, 1877.
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A POOR RULE THAT WON'T
WORK BOTH WAYS.
In a previous issue of the Bazoo, a
statement was published regarding the
number of divorce cases now before
the Circuit Court of this county. Tlie
item attracted a very general atten
tion, and has given rise to considerable
speculation as to the origin and causes
of the divorce epidemic which is now
pervading the country. By fume, it
is supHstid to lie owiujr to the fre
tpuency of ill-assorted marriages, grow
ing out of avaricious or ambitious:
views ot lite. ty outers, it is as-cribe-1
to a laxity in those moral con
ditions which in all ages have been the
strongest safeguards of society. To a
very partial extent, both of these evils
have helped to produce these abnor
mal antagonisms which have been so
widely sown in domestic life. But
the underlying cause of it all is to lie
found in the facility with which di
vorces are granted. ' Uxorial hegiras
have become a frequent as marriages,
and fugitive husband? and elopiug
wives are rapidly converting society
into a pandemonium of infidelity.
Men are losing their respect for wo
men, in the degree that women ceafc
to be self-respecting, and on the other
hand, wives quit honoring their hus
band as fan. as the delusions with
which society has veiled their weak
nesses torn aside. In nine cases out of
ten, the real offender is the man. They
illustrate, the old fable of the cat and
the mouse. Society looks on with com
placent carelessness at a man's misdo
ings, but it punishes deeply a wife's in
fidelity. The conditions under which
they live are unequal, and the weaker
vessel is compelled to sustain the
heaviest burden. The remedy for
these distresses is in a mental and
moral education which shall put men
and women upon the same plane of
intellectual aecuuntai'ulity. The con-i
ventioualities of society should require
the same obligations from the husband
that it does from the wife. The law,
which baaits that it is 110 respecter of
persons, should not be a rope of sand
for the man and a chain of linked
steel for the Tictim of his caprices.
But asido from all this, there is an
underlying element fruitful of dissen
sion in nearly all American homes. It
comes from an impatience of temper
and an unwillingness to face, without
repining, the hardship of poverty.
The hard times of the last few years
have leen felt in every household, and
grim penury and want have clutched
with skeleton fingers upon hearts that
have been nursed in .the sunlight of
luxury. Improvidence has paved the
way to misery, and awakening when
all too late to arrest the tide of disas
ter, men jiave succumbed in an una
vailing eiT'irt to stem the current uf
misfortune. Many have gjne down
while others fight bravely. It is a
good wife which comes to a huslmnd's
side then with patient cheer and lov
ing perseverance But it is no more her
duty than it is his. The storm which
shivers the oak, uproots, the violet.
In the general wreck, hope takes
flight, and desolation flings far and
wide the social weeds which strew
the pathway of the storm. With
strong natures and unyielding hearts,
the battle may be fought out and the
vietorv be won at last. But the hus
band should set the example. His
weakness is a woman's ruin. She
mav take heart of cheer -from .him;
he cannot from her. Mortification
and humiliation she may endure if he
sustains it. His deceit, treachery and
ingratitude she may forgive, but his
weakness is her desolation. There is
no atonement for that. It is better
for him to stare grim want iu the face
aud fight to the .end, than lay down
with his misery iu the dust ; or, like a
toad in the dungeon, feed upon the
yapors of his despair.
It ought to he the settled policy of
every State to maintain its Normal
schools. Unfortunately, ft-has not
been so in Missouri.
Elder Box is a leading light iu the
Baptist church in Moniteau county.
LHjs uccew ia saving souls has won
him the epithet of "Box the Compass
of Salvatioa." .tt js
A circulating library is current literature.
Sister ankey is one of the Murphy
men of Holden.
trouble in the veast.
rise when there's
Miss Eugenia Fields is "the noblest
woman of them all."
Toier and Texas steers are both re
markable for bi; horns.
Tea-totalerc are rather .lc'.ii in their
views of total abstinence.
An ohi toer a text : The .spirit is
mighty, but the flea i.s weak.
It's a healthy sign
calls the other fellow a quack.
. inev nan sr.inerei 111 iroia me Mtrmuiiutng
La'n.rv oawed alonr all nointin" their
XL. Martin Williams the reverse of! f T , . P,nt,,,"f l,,,t,r
Yiinlcw H-k a frrpentttieker Sl2P l the France 8 f tI,e
l nnkce. He s a greenbacker. grounds lly one o'clock p: m. the crowd
A woman's weakness for onions,
gives her cooking a strong flavor.
Amateur mariners can always
build a bark by pulling a dog's taii.
There's, always ji big blow-out when
brass bands contest for the champion
ship. T ir . ... 1 r !
Mrs. Hayes brought her love for her
Maker with her to Ohio, in a Saratoga
Motto for a lady shopping : There's i
jov in store for me in the sweet buv
tt t"nnviw:i tiiin of th rhiimhps" is
Killed a religious mass meeting in Ran
The religion of other eopIe is much
or little, just iu the degree that it is
like our own
There's only a spiritual difterence
iMitween a com extracted and an ex
tract of corn.
The fall trade hasn't put in a very
active appearance in this part of the
country as yet.
If they can't have (ioldsmith Maid
at Kansas Citv, thev should ret C rassy- V
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rhey have intnMluced baths on the
Pullman cars. That, water lie life on
the rolling wave.
The look sellers are advertising "My
Neighlior s Wife" for fifty cents. She's
dear at that price.
Charles Reade's new novel, "Hot j
Cakes, should Iw opillar. hvery-
body likes hot cakes. i
3 .aiaiiaiaiaaiia I
A r-Kt..;.,. !.,. f..;i.l
of paradise lec:iuse they were not con
firmed in good ways.
Branch has apologized to Ilolliday.
He evidently prefers that Branch of
the code to the other.
Whole fields in Michigan are de
voted to mint culture. What is mint
by that, do you suppose?
lheres uot much liberty in httropc i
trhnn C;m..t tn rmt th fml.im nft
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an its cities in nis pocket.
Sedalia is thoroughly alive to the
importance of the narrow gauge rail
road from here to Warsaw.
The men who write make stories to
beat Col. Switxler'a, will have to' enter
into the spirit of the thing.
Mrs. Van Cott abominates a long,
lean. lank, scrawnv wom-iu. Sa d
everybody else tltat's plump!
Antique lace, indeed! It looks more
like antic lace ; but then the scrawnier
it looks the better thejr likeitr
It is mournful to contemplate how
any George Washingtons have
sent to the penitentiary of late.
The musician who wishes to keep
up with the latest agony in sound,
musquito "the music in the air."
It is an error to allude to Mar's sat
tellites as females. It is young men
who usuallv revolve around Ma vs.
Fashionable weddings are becoming
so expensive that people prefer to
marry quietly and be stylish afterward.
In this quarrel between the St. Joe'
pipers, they have never been so bitter
as to say anything unjust of each
Unless the Murphies come hack to
Seilalia, pretty soon, we will have to
havemore street 4coniers or fewer sa-'
The Republican ltapers sav, "Mr.
Hayes' presence in Ohio has no jwliti
cal significance." That, however, is
Having been told that the Turks
would suspend military operations lo
enjoy the feast of the Bairam, an old
lady remarked inquiringly, . "What
I.f s itr.it T .1 ti .1 1
DHiniui 1 t en, rcaiiy, ( mm 1 iiuiik 1
ever heard, -Ot a hay ran before, al-
thnuwh vh used to raiM uenlv all
kind.9 of sheep.
manv George Washingtons have bee!i!t,,e lake
SWEEP SPRINGS FAIR.
A largely IncroBfied Attondanc
The Business Hours Closed and , , ,, M' 5,11 "iruUK" wasawanict u, .Master t onixey iiim Underprise Put Under Way An I r",,l,,n or,kr 31 a "t njs $15,- a fatal Rencounter in the Streets
! Everybody E -Joying a Holiday.' ""ew 1 Euthusiastic Meetin of Citteen..ww Ut tUe U,L aunties, a.ul of Brownsrtl-An Enraged
Exhibition in the Ring Floral partmei.t, l.nt tl .SocntanV office wa-,; . . ammiulnt. Tho Undertaking Feasible ,,I,:,t w,th Prolr gnantee not a cent of' Bar-keeper on th9 Warpath
H-ili-Tha Velcuipode Hace-Tho JIibhI with ih. who had uo.e pressing ., '..V'tT .J 'I'l? I "aIZI Starting the Ball. t th n.oney need he paid until after the cars John Shaw Attacks S. C. Auiger
Mule Race-The Great Free to all ?" re,re",aI,ve M utt-. j were n.nninjr Mwcen SUH:, and Warsaw. f AndKillsan Innocent Bar-keep-
Race. unMio. It that wai not .-.ppn.pria'te. will anvone r,... I w nian who would do it lor th:U : ' r-Three Men Wounded- Great
The third il-v oincd nupicioti.lr. The
mnniing sun glistened on tlie wet gn mad
k liv tlie r.Tin tl tlie
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hi the thin! day largely exceeiletl that of
either oi the previous Uay. fcarly 111 the
. bitpniny littler lttw3 if ta1iu1m skJ iWiliinnu
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a 1 t .
u. 11. i iic tnmii
ra Mtrrwntw1 In tlio aMtinaalml nilnilwrnl -MMI.'I
miuis. wno were laitine 111 inexisBis eitaeri
f.om the awpillieater Keats or at ditferent
. ioii)is(J intercut on tae.crotiR(irt.
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The .-ream of society as well aa the peas -
antry of our land were there, all endeavor -
mg to enj..y the fair.
tf BrowiiKvilletlesiring to lashion after, her
more noiitilous rivals, closed all her busi
ness hoiiK's and gave the shopman, median-
ic and elerk a holidav ami ther took it all
j The early train from Seilalia iinnght
1 tjtiiie a mi inner in ner euizens 10 aiienu int
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A purse of forty dollars was made up hy
the citizens of Saline and lYtlix,
and presented to II. 1. Seott as a pre
mium for his row of any age or breed. Tli:
w:is worthily IhsIoki-iI. Mr. S. uxluhiteil a
very fine animal.
Id-M lu-n! (VaUli-. 4 enw' 'rni.l on hull.
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itoums kii: a 1.1. rt;r.posKs.
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SIjOW Ml'I.E IIACE.
There were ten entries in this contest.
The riders were dresed iu fantastic style,
with painted or fale faran. No man was
all.iwetl to ride his own animal. After
.-coring Ittiee thev went oil at the tap of the
drum. Such a fashing and pounding a
those aniiual-t took, was a sin to mule tl-sli
'wk, Wl"-v " t-.rail to git
aroiiml the half mile track, and theu llarrv
Ha kin's mule, of Salire county, had a blue
ribbon tied to its tail, ami such shouts of
applaue xs went up from the crowded 8in-
pitheater, were never heard Uforeon the
hanks of the ISI ck water.
ri'ia: To AM. ltACE.
This wa the great attraction of yester
day ; free to any horse for a purse of $.".00,
bet three iu five. First horse $3iU. second
horse $100 and to third- horse $a0,
were four entries, vi r:
Pilot Temple, by John Pillon.
niciaior, ov ri. uorngau.
ltillv D. bv James Dailv.
Alvin Ii, hv i. Wils m.
Ail fine horses in good trim.
1 Pilot teninle won the Dole. Ilillv D. sec-
ond. Dictate r third, Alvin u. lonrth
icygoi ou on u c an acore, very
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it ti. firt u..t..r il...
: hotes were strung out abottt ihree lengths j
apart, with Pilot hi the lead and Billy D. ,
I w:i. iif.f t .1. i
was given to Pilot. Dictator aecond. Alvin ;
B. thin! and Billv D. laL Time, 23.S.
SECOXD HEAT. i
On kaooimI aenre tliev n sent taff with 1
Pilot about half a leng It in
tatnr next, AJvirB. chse to
the leatl Die
him, awl Bi lv
At the halt-
D.aboat two leneths behind.
post J'ilot and Dictator were neck and
neck, with Billy oar lengths- in the rear.
Soon alter imwrmut the half-ifiile pot, Die-
fta tor passed Pilot, and crossed the score
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B. and Billy D. to save' their distance.
-Dictator was given the heat. Tire '2S3. I
When time was called for thu heat, the
driver of-iliUy D. drove up to the judges
stand aud said :
Iwadlcmea'. All I ask is a fair show.
I have been starlet! behind everv lime on
tFitieitiv . vxvtif w aa w a naaa
give me an even start, and I'll agree not to
go to the ditch cverylimc like some oi
these other drivers do. Give me a fair
After two utHiiccosftil scores the third
score was a success. They got ofl with
Pilot an the le.iJ, and Dictator next, Billy
D. next and Alvin B. bdiind. The horses
see-sawed hack and forwards first Dicta
tor and Pilot in the lead, and the heat
ended with Dictator about two lengths
; ahead. Pilot next, Alvin IS. thin! and
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tor. Time 235.
They got a had cid off with Pilot and
Dictator clote toirctluT the itliir t n
horses, three lengths behind. Dictator
gradually gained aud at outcome lead the
whole near ten lengths. This gave the
heat and first money to Dictator. Second
mnnev bv Pilot Temple, and third monev
I to Alvin B.
This ended the free to all race.
of llte pa!rons of the fair, there U an doubt
and that is sufficient fr them to know. If
tiimisneti aaiiiseraeai 10 sansi v ine ueaianiM
those who engagiil in the contest, engaged
I I II llllKra t Hv iw lilt: rovov-jailUII
j are jiowerless to Mop it. At all events those
who occupied seats 111 llie ampitheater got
the worth of their money in the race.
COI.TS CNPKI: OXF. YEAR, 1
R.J. Gentry ami Capt. Shanks, of Pelf
lis, both showed co ts in different riafta ami
bolh took 1 first prvaiiums Tlie col is are
both out of Price's Denmark horse. They
are both models of horse flesh. Gentry
was offered $200 on the ground for his horse
colt, that i not yet quite four aioaths old.
He refnsed.the Money.
1 fijORAL ham.
j wasamin yesterday a point of caaMder-
1 abItfaflrcliHI,-.Uif -many oflha artl
appearance fro at too fnueat hsadliac.
The cakes hail breii tested so often that
they had vanished from sight. The sever -
, al sjicctnicns of preserve have been wi often
sampled to haw enough left to invite the
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lyeMenlay. There were five entries nil .
untlerwr real. They drove their three
wheeled vehicle, over the track much to
the amti-eiiient uf theaiidieiuv. One of the
nmimaiiiii 1 1 1 nv-t . nut lit: a
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' nitte cave earh tme a hlue rihlhin and
alMint thriv tlitilnrs. It wa a feature
m.tll one of ntiirse if the fair hut they
' all go to make the aggregate and to please'
me nine out-.
j T)C Swwt $ o.nipany gave a
!. 1 t . . 1 at
-W. ILK. the land man of Sedalia,
. was the ground- advert sing and work-'
ii !' an ciir,in over the S.nta KeeJ
, road vtenla v.
IIZII IV lal III!tiL at llltir Uanoill li:tll.
, roan veMcmav.
: Il n...rt..l ..f ll.n CjuI.Ii.
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" ov nu imirin .ij;aiii-i nur
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I -.Itrn ifia.ti trpo liftiilil itarv Irikm flit
1 nm, earlr vtterdar on a drav. full f
, , :u;re Th;v were it.ltt fr(,m luWic
j ya,. in tow.;c.t -Unrse.
-W. Mc-CuIIoiu the patent fruit pre-
ing man, who has Ut 11 sojourning at
dia some wix-ks lookul out from a re-
ei veil seat in the amphitheater yesterday.
S. P. Parker, who is to make Sedalia
his fill 11 re he-tdqtiartcrs is in floral with
some very fine iiitney St Holmes' organs
iiearing :tn emMem of victory a Idtie rib
hon. His place will he on Ohio street soon.
Mine host Ilginfritz, was at the fair
Major (Jentry and wile came up on
this morning's train.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A Pratt are booked at
the Sweet S-pringH Hotel.
it. J. (tentry, of Pettis, was showing
stock in the amphitheater yesterday.
tMmiis Hurt, o f Saline, shaking
timid with his friends iu the amphitheater.
Major Henrv Suess, and Jim. W.
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nieoe, io 01 oeoaii.i? iiniiiiiiiiiu euizens
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were at the f ir vesUrdav.
Maj. J. C. WimmI and wife, are regis-
tend at lite Sweet Springs hotel. They
will return to Seilalia to nig'it.
Cynw Neukiik, of S.d:tlia Fiivt Na
tional l.juk, W;tS a 1 a--liT up yesterday
morniitg. He Iooke.1 at lite fair antl went
home last uight
Marian lUsley and bride, were at the
Sweet Springs hotel a short time yMerdy
swung. around the circle at the grounds
and left for home.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gentry, aecrm pa ui
ed by Mis Mary I Jentry, were lotiking at
the fair ye-tenlay, and will continue their
sight seeing to day.
Mr. and Mis. (Jeo. T. Brown, of the
(iarrion House, left Sedalia in a carriage
ye-terday morning and drove overland to
the Sweet Springs.
Mrs. H. T. Leniisl of Sedalia, and
Mrs. Mcpherson, of Bonnville were passen
gers on the slowest train that the Pacific
toad rmV yesterday afternoon. They are
sipping Sweet Springs water.
The fourth day oiencd with a cloudless
ky and with a brik wind blowing, which
made the morning unusually pleasant
when? per.om were remote from where the
dust of the street could reach. People
from the country commenced to thick in at
an early hour, aud the pr-ni t ccmcd
to lie flattering lint the crowds of the day
previous would he dtiplicateti.
From the oening of the Fair alnuwi
(every conceivable game of chance has
! been running tin the grounds by the con
sent of the association, which privilege had
been gaimtl by deception The thimble
riggers told Mr. Smith, the Secretary, all
sorts of stories in order to gain the privi-
ilcire oi openins tiieir tranics. une slick
one, for example, told the Secretary that he
wajJ u,en. lo introduce a new kind of soap,
and to facilitate its introduction he was I
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going to give a prize with each cakcof soap
'"Id. "? 'be new scheme. He openitl up
with a whirl, when you put your money
down and you got in return money and a
cliui.k ol s.np. il he outsiilc was lucky I
'""S1' ''V.1": l,c did not win, he got
the soap' which, of course, was of verv
little or no value. There were several of
this sort that gained admission to the
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E. .'l.tlt. St. .1.. t..l.l1 .UIW llllt.f 111 llie a
ni.wi.nr.rft.n.l niinov,.;. f tl.. M ..f
rmwm wm w - iiv a waa.a v
the association. One man
MIST ONE Hl'NDREl HOI.LAI
on one of the schemes, which is a very
tame iiamn for the game He was exas
icrated at the loss, and complained to the
association. Sulscpiently he placed a pis
tol at the fakir's head and demanded the
return of his money. The conntrynnri did
not deserve to get Ids money back, but the
gambler discorged. On Friday morning
the association let the whole g.uig out
made thetu leave the grounds. The Baz-hi
Venturis the opinion that Secretary Smith
will n-jl be caught next vear bv anv soap
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The attraction at this point is gelling .
less daily. Hut a few skirmishing sieht"-'
seers were looking up and around Friday,
Quite a number of the articles that have
been exhihitetl have been removed by the'
owners. Among the meritorious articles
that were on exhibition that has been
awarded a premium, not yet mentioned in
these columns, is a box of honey, elegant to
look at, exhibited by Mr. D." D. Buie, of
Ben. F. Doran, of Ituncetoa, Gmper
county, has on exhibition a leek af mi per
ior Cotsweld sheep, which teek the blue
ribbon Friday. Mr. D. will exhibit this
loek at the Sedalia Fair.
Thc disfday f auksTriday was good
aa Caaaj aa ever wen in Central Missouri.
There were from f ve to eight entries in
each rmg all well formed, sleek aainaU,
taat cohw not se beaten mvwmk for
lorn or draaght purhoMt. The arMtiuwa
awwrdad arc.e as folbwsi
etftr males, O.R. BUachanl. KajrCo,
mi mmv awe, a. n. ins, aiwti m
Hrat hurae male.L. Dl Stanley, fWiae Co
TaaWa .mfiWMrtriH.aH MMaklfaJ-
ofs, wrtfcffidtia Itmi bey ts aid awe. The
live were trMaj xvommi the tnck f hajf a
mile, to show" their apeeI and how they
were broke. Some broke Ipr the stable s
ihvy 9mt& wbmthty had been while
others ew the track into the Usher in
spite of all that the riders could do. They
all got around, bat the dilmat i ia tiaat i
arrival at the place "al itartmr' wai ahaat
Ife miautea. -1 'i. 'j'j j.
This did iot satisfy the jadces, and tbey
Dr. I'arsonTTo .... a v.. hK-i.e rac l"i'l t the i,.appnprialem? Lu.V. ' . : , 7 Mr- K,JOd and re.powibie a man Excitemenl-Full Particulars.
were started from tl.e sere, for a xxim.l j
1 d.ih of half a mile, when the same
amusing scenes were enaeteil
place the first dash. TI:- n
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t i.. .. Siiuk .... C--. .
wWrll wa.ci.rril.iite.l'u the AKriation.
m ...,. .i.... ...... . i , .t.-it ti,u
I ,i t .
aiiiiinient siuii the jvop!e.
-j ikto wvre 'our hoiMrrf enteretl
1 1. .,.. ..f !Li t
James Dailv naiiiwl Hillv I
c; v'iM,M iVumd Alvin'l!
. K. M. Warriiter named Keiitnekv C
I l liO IltitiSJk Wiifit t' tMsftal In f af ratltl
then commenrrd tl.e war of words. ' 'Tlie
,"wn ..mi iimn wi;ni"ini, i-u.-vi nmi
. I . I . - . - ...1 ...... I
i : 1 .1 1:. .1 , ,, .....
!! W the ofieejs of the h ,s h,fctt as a
the drivers give npnut oav fo llielll;Jiness fl
,,H-,r i'1'' Jlt ? f J ' hut to the dt vehu-ment of
mr ""''i' r ' " . s"l held up to the Jl " eioi.ment ut
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I -. la. ....... ... .1... .......fill ..... ... I . . . ..I . I
Kent nek. ' Chief, the 1
ond Alvin I. . thirtl. and
w.!e ; Steel:, see-
i;iuy i., on me
first il kit
hniMmml six times, asd cot olT'
w'' teck a little in the lead of any and j
all, IHIIv I), next, Alvin 15. third, and the'
J-1"" WV U U,ntt',it, ,,,r1 a '"'-, 3
Icii!th. Ilillv D. took the pole at the
quarter m le jnt, which position he kept
until near the half mile po-a, when Alvin
Ii. passed him and kept the ile, coming out
alsnit a length ahead of Sleek, with Ken
tucky Chief ten to tuvlve yards itehind
the whole gang. Heat given to Alvin it.
Time, i 10.
They scortd five times, and went with
Hilly I), in the lead alniut hall a length, and
Alvin It next. Sleek ami the Chief In-hind.
At the first quarter Hilly D. again took tlie
Ki!eainl kept t nnlil the last tpiarter was
reached, when Alvin IS. ps-eil and e.t:ne in
altoiil half a length ahead of I'.i lly I)., hoth
under the whip. Stek wa elo-e hy, ?nd
the Chief ht.veret! near. The heat was
given to Alvin IS. Tim..2:l'J.
A spi.ck t.p w.u:
l tllM a'ta.i. a.f tl.li l.a il ll
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1.. . . t. . t . ... f .. .!
o-un ouck ami .ivi . 1.. nao coiepiainis io;
m.ikcol I011I ilriviug. 1 liev were siieiuvd
by the iiltlges and sent to sw.tb o .1 theiraui-
ni.i!--. Hotaudb-td worls followed, until
the Alvin IS. driver handed the Steck Miiider
one, :iu! then olli.vr-t infer(xMil and sejiar-
atetl them, but not until ihe lirt striker uot
struck iu the jaw, bringing the claret. This
ended the first round.
The hor--s were fent of! on the second
-core, very cIom together, with the Chief
about ttro length iu the tear. Steck passed
Alvin IS. on the hut quarter, hut when with
iu twenty five feel of the out-entne Sleck's
hartie? broke, which let Alvin ft. in ahoiita
head am! neck in the lead, giving the IimI
and rait" to Alvin IS., Steck second, ISillv
fi .i.:! r:..... mh
D. thir.I. Time, -i40
With the ending of the thin! heat alo
endetl IheMpiahbling. jawing and scolding
of the drivers and owners of the horses in
this race. The scenes enacted on the ground
were disgraceful and an insult to the good
eoji.e assembled, and to the association
that had offered its money as a prize to the
fastest horse which had nver beaten !&SL
Tit VT FINE COLT.
IL. J. Gentry's fim colt was again in the
I " . I -. I. I I .
ring, rriiiay evening, ni.ii iinik a u:ue rio-
Un in a private premium oftcm! bv T. IS.
tr.... f.. .1... t . i i... i... i l
t L..ll...rL .
a ' . ....imi a
Just a the show in the rini: had closts
for the evening sale, Auiger, of Marshall,
one of the policemen on the ground, had an
occ-ixion to make au arrest, ami in s. doing
the man whom he was altemptin; to arrest,
resided, and the oSlu-vr struck him over the
head with a pistol. .When he struck the
man it expltMktl the cap on the pitoI and
the i-Iift created some little excitement for
a few minutes but was soon quieted.
1 he gate receipts on Tliurstl.i v wxs 5I.0OS.
(iate receipts on Friday $II5.
A 1i0 ladies bonnet was milled on
on Friday eveninc. It wx the property of j
an enterprising lirownsville milliner.
Major Gentry and wife returned home
0 . . . , . , ,
ISillv Sneetl admired the fine stock fn
a tvH Tvi nal iu the ampitheater Frida
pitheater r rulay.
Col. Thomas F. IlotHon, fnuu the.
. r . . . .. .
ooniers oi iirown couniy, isic in itie pair
C. ISotihlm and I.J. Monaghan, two
n,minent farmers of IVtlis countv .attend-
eil the Fair Frida v.
J. P. Sclsor, of Sedalia. attendetl the
Fair Friday, and ointcd his iue towanl
1 " 1
f I .t
Settie I.ishtfnot, Mrs. I V. '
id Miss Lizzie Sheltoii, of Pettis. !
visited the Fair on riiur-dav.
! . I " . .
Chas. K. LeonanI, of Cmjht, accom
panied by Mis Sallie Maniia-iduks, of Sa
line, left Brownsville for Boouville FrMay
X. II. Gentry and wife and Miss Mary
(Jentry, returned from the Fair Friday
night. They di-embarked at tivoigetown
and went home.
Ti...t...:JJ... t:...i . f r.i.i:. i
1 11c inn ..ow! .ii in- . ill oilillia, aiiu
have been vising friend-in Brownsville,
were 011 the Fair ground Friday. They re-
turned to Sedalia in the evening.
Several Pettis countv ladies exhibited
t,,cir ,aj,t'5 for ,0,,J? drawn sweetness, br
palrmiiaing the tramp candy maker. The
'"dies are entitled to the blue ribbon.
On Friday morning last, Esquire
tteece of this city brought a little girl
from Georgetown named Lily Mor
gan, to Sedalia. The little girl is be
tween seven' -and eight-years of age,
and resides near Prairie Lick, about
five miles from Bruwuaville. When
she came in with Mr. ' Reece, it
was' with the intention of visiting
the family of Mr. James H. Frauk
Hn, who resides oa Lafayettt' straet.
As little Lily had belbre vmM tlie
family and was acquainted villi the
streets of the city, Mr. ReectT'lat her
out of his wagon when be raaehad.the
hawaess part of the city, between siflht
Mid nina o'alack that mommf Ajwr
ward ha awertaiaed that th child' had
aevar reached berdestinatioa, aa! haih
heaadMr. Fraaklia's a&aUy heaame
araallyalaaed . for her UUr. Net-
wthetewdiaf their strict seaieh, thev
cottld fiid, her. aatU " ye4
tcrAsf" moTnlrrg, when she was
discovered at the house of Mrs.
J. II.' Miller. She hail met with
Mrs. Millers little girl, whilo on her
way to Mrs. Franklin's, and thev
being jilayatef.isha jkdty acaeded
to her frhjajUyitelf.ih
her to her home.
me Warsaw and sedxiia, Railroads
railroad from th's
f ... -
I'ltv ti lrsnur
I UMl " "".. The suction a
once aiialed to iNitular enternrW. and
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1 1. .,t l..,J:.J... r r...- ..f .1 1 ,
.1... . l . .. r. r - r .. . . i
r. iiiv iiiimciijhiiix
It was therefore
gathering of hu.-i-
t- market! and universal.
,." "urpn-v that a large
nessmeii, capitallts and farmers, asM-m.
hhtl at Whites Hall rriihtr niglit to meet' :,J..-f, . .i . ," ,
,, . , .. , ..? , .M;it I ergons from eaeh ctiuntv. wh together
adelegauonof eitu-ns from Warsaw, ai:dL;,,, X1r ... ... ..ft,:..,' . t.
ei. . .,
I .. .uc ii i.-iiiiiiii.ii . iiic.i-
res which are to
i..n.tiunAii. uir bAHMii.iMMt,
. u a. . . .
r .. ... I
re of Scdali.t.l
(t .... ...
IriMif f . . flu. ..Ill
ore contributed so largely to theifnpp .... ' 1
I trade and growth of .Sed.ilia. Promptly
therefore at eight o'clock the Setlalia Hand
tereftire at eight o'clock the !
immencetl playing 011 t!te haleony of the
Iiall. nud In a few mitintes a Iar ami re
awemuir was gatiien.il to take,
Pt in the proceeding. At thesusgcation
of Mr. J. II. HothweM, OVn. tletirg? K.
Smith was called to the chair. Mr. Both-
well was then made Seeretarv. The meet-
ii:g being organizetl. Judge Shirk, one of
the delegates from Warsaw, was invited tn
ThU he did in an admirable sieeeh, fully
they saw in thi- enterprise an opportunity
for th railroad advantages from which
they had been so Inngexcluded, and which
had for years htren so universally desired.
-Seilalia and Warsaw w?re intimately con
neeted in social and business relations, an;
. .. t . 1. . ,i 1
Willi. 11 rirsnvr lt.li.lil lllllir la ra.rraf.il M j
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detailing all that w:w ex(ieelei! from the rePrt the namesof the folluwinggeutleraen , Shaw met Auiger at the fairgrounds
enterprise, and announcing that the people Fviiel rt it .. ""d drew a revoher upon llim. Aul-
of l,,, county were enli,tetl heart an ! l) gr matched the revolver ami struck
hand in the undertakine. Thev thouclit rett and Crnw Xewkirk. to 'act .is s:,id i... his assailant several times over the
. . . . .. The committee trom itentou countv re-
Jvilalians the rattiral and nearest market f .. f .. 7 1 11 1 i,
,, , . , ... portetl the names of Kichard H. Melton,
a well a the depot for IN commercial ' Janics II. L-ty; Samuel K. Crawford, Samuel
snpplitw. The two cities were therefore ; Orr, M itthew D. Mixire, and Alln rt Cr.tb
mutually interesteti in the success of a lrl l" act x" ucu ioeoriionitors from ISen-
railroad undertaking which promised so
mucii r.r their future. Thts meeting, if he
.... .a .
iiuuersiotHi us. purposes, was ealletl to tie-
ternune whether the enterprise should he
put under way, and to ascertain if pu.
tie Sfiitimeiit would utaiu it There
seemed to he no ipiestioii ol that fact.
tictacral Smith was informs. I
rind that there
t . . . ,
from ( ..!e Camp
was a line of n.ad graded
to Warsaw, which conld U iililiz-tl
building the roadfrou Sedalia to W.irsaw.
He wante.Uo know of Judge Shirk if!"'." company lor tlie iron-
...... i -ruction, maiuteiiaiice and operation of a
, , Jm'- ; . - SarrowGan-eKaMway for public ue, in
Judge Sliirk replied in Ihe affirmative, ! the conveyance of persons and property, do
and added that this road w.-is in excellent i hereby make and sign these Articles of
condition. j Asiati.m :
miu rvitrs XnVKIRK
then lisik the iloor and explained in a clear
and comprehen-ive speech, the almost im-
1 tttP3rtiirtil.lt. mlv-nntn...
hich would ae-
crnelo Sftlalia from the successful priHecu-
a m td this enterprise. While other
couiuies had been moving in enterprises of
this sot t, mir H-opIe had Uvn lukewarm
aud inactive; not that they failed to ap
preciate iu advantatges, but because they
thought the prope- time had not arrived.
for action. But a very different
now abroad among the people. They see
and know that the time has come for them
to move in the.matter, and they are putting
their sdionlders to the wheel. There was no
t.tiestion in Mr. NewkirkV mind hut what
the road could be readily built, and he was
confident that it would be uone.
1IEXTUX COC.VrvV OFFKIL
At the request of a number of persons,
Judge Shirk again took the floor and stated
that Benton countv had graded twentv-
! four miles of road from Warsaw to Cole
Camp. TIim had been done in expectation
of a narrow gauge line to Tipton or Jeffer
son City, by way of Versailles. But that
enterprise had come to nothing, .and the
people of Benton county could no longer
anorU lo wait on the flow co-operation of
other coUMtics whoseaction was e-setitial to
its completion. Eighteen miles of this
road could be utilized in building a road
from here to Warsaw. In addition to this
pad already graded, he thought that $J3
000 could be raised enough to grade the
remainder of the distance to the Pettis
county line. Thi; wo.ilJ only leave Pettis
fifteen miles of road to build. Benton
..t 1 . .t . -ii
I . ,hw l a"-V P''
5 l,anT w,, w'11 iron l"'!' "d operate the
j road. Judge Shirk thought it uunvcessary to
recall to the gentlemen preset.!, the evident
atfvantages to both counties from this un
dertaking. Every wan appreciated theai.
This being tlie case, it wan only necessary
for the proper steps to be taken to start the
work ami push it forward to completion.
A number of other gentlemen, including
Col. John F.Philipaand Mr. F. Sampson
addreaed tlie .Meeting. The latter
gent!emau said that a prelimi
nary surrey had been made hy Major Cur
ran: who estimated the primary cost ot the
fifteen miles of our road at $84,000f ( inclu
ding inning, grading am! tieing).
Judge Shirk said that the franchise of
the grade in Benton county was owned by
the Osage Valley & Southern Kansas rail
roatl, but under the title by which they had
acquired it their right was forfeited. It
was giveB under certain conditions which
have not been complied with.
Mr. Houston staged that the cost of the
grading of the roatl would he $3,000 per
mile, ami that the ties would cost $700 per
mile. This would redie the oust to about
$.10,000. The distance he thought would
not exceetl thirteen miles, a gd the ironing
wonld have to he doee hy the party who
contracted Ia take the road off our hands.
(lea.8mitVseoke in favor of the' road
ami thooghtlt e,nM be very easily m ifr
we.wet abaat t ia Mm proper way; He
hail lh4 Mm whra thj prospect was
Lmatfc ahifcec Jar the Mmiri.ruitc, than
it waa for thfavt Tfra tnaM reawaliih
anything, if they only determine to do it;
: i ......-. il i r v" ... ,
... umn. ami pui int
;w then w to lx fniiml In lk V.j
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.Mr. It- 31elti)ii. of Unnaw I inn n.l.l
lIrftP!H,, :lie Inet,tin aiM, rem rks ha(l
I ...... ...
I i -
.n iiii-mrsiiir ii:itniv on..
I j. . . . . .
motion ol Mr. Houston, a committee
i . f .1.. , . , , n .
'of three was appointed from Pettis countv
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to co-oiierate with a tike coumiltee from
..,. ., . . . "
I : " '""ignin,
f ;i t ..
fwilte.m,Ke a N.ard of directors for the' Wfh, ke? SR,0I,1" X .
I puq of elf. ctingan organization for the Ul' m U" '
I ..,..r..,.j ...:i....i .. .privilege O-kecpmir a booth at the
..ronol r,.;ir..n.l ...... :.t r.
. f - - r- Uttll a Ctlll 1. 1 1 111 III I
' ... a .
ij"" . ok tiic on vi 1 11.1 ouue ai nine
t ,1 . .
iii.UHtrv' t . ..
1 lliecliair apiNiinted on this ctimmittee
hich hasUf tt . . . ",u""iet,
iiii.ii I Messrs. Houston V.trt-;rlr ..nil
After a few remarks liv.Mr.C. A. Loach'
theomniittee adjourned until nine oVIoek
MKKTiNt. or tiik coxMiiTCEs.
t . . :. ..i t. . . 1
At Miitf o clock yesterdav nionunjr the
county, Mo., to act wiihsame number from
ISeuloii county, as mconiorators. and to
'tv sw the tiist iiianl of Directors of the
Sedalia, Warsaw and Memphis K. K. Co. J
beg leave to report that thev have dulvl
considered the matter referred to them, anil
corptirators for Pettis county, makingseven
instead o! six, as suggested bv the motion un -
der which your committee were appointed,
ami omitting the name of Mr. Reed, as iiHt
miggesteil. onaecount of th great distalnce
at which he resides and the probability of
. , his not Iieing able to lie here and qualify aa
Ani. abT U'lt.l inaVitllnMliM -.a.l .IimjiIii
one of said ineorrators and directors.
CYisrs Nkwkikk, k
F. A. Sa.mps.in, Com.
t . ' 1
1 r. noiTO. 1
The imvting then .-Hlj-.n
' on the call of the Pnidei
nrnetl to meet again
nt after orxauiza-
" " compietetl.
J. II. ISothwkm, Jeo. K. Smith,
State ok Missocui.- s :
15e it rememberHl that we. the under-
i dgnetl. thtirge K. Smith. William (.entry,
I J',l" K "aIif i;'1 S",lUi: 'V-.'1
Pirker, John K Barrett, Cvru Njwkirk,
; R;,.,,anl L Melton, James II. Lav. Samuel
f-littlfilltfr. J 11101 III ill.. Ut.a. KIT. ..ITS.... 1
siioiiinieo me loiiowing reiiorts : 1. - -11 . 1
. , took decided umbrage, scemnijr
lour cnminitteaiiiMiiiiftHl to .indtalp..al 1 , ...... . .
r,,w, ....Z 7w V tiiinK mat tne retusii to allow n
inlK. Crawford. Samuel Orr. Mathew D
Minire and Albert Crabtie, for the pur-
.-irrine rir,r. ine name oirpus company
diall lie the Sedalia, Warsaw & Memphis
Aft. HfCHnt. The said Company phall
ixmlinue for the term of ninety-nine vears.
I inesaitl Kaiiwav is to lie
coastructet! from the city of Sdalia, in the
J county of Pettis, to the town of Warsaw
'1" he omnty of Benton.
...a. imnn, j uc itriilll ot mill I.:il I
way, as neir as can now be estimatetl, will
he forty miles, running into or through the
counties of Pettis and Benton.
Art. Fijth The amount of the capital
'Stock llf t f 1 14 fa.lltniliV till'! II tlx tUTa-k l.ltn.
' Jrwl and fiftv thmiaaml iI1Un wl.tol. l. .11
bediviiled into two thousand five hundred
sli are of one hundred dollar ierihare.
Aft. Sixth. The following named iersons
shall constitute the first Boan! of Directors
of this Com pan v, vix.: George R. Smith,
William (.'entry, John L. Hall. David II.
Smith, Albert Parker. John R. Barretf'and
, Cynn Newkirk. all of the mam ty of Pettis,
a m m a. a aa at
I ami Billiard H. Melton, James H. Lay,
f Samuel K. Craw ford, Samuel Orr. Mathew
j D. Moore and Albert Crabtree, of the
county of Bentoa, all in the State of Mis
souri. A Fat Man's Misery.
It is extremely doubtful if the.e is any
thing more difficult to perform than for a I
fat man to tie his shoe string. An instance
of this was illustrated Friday evening, at
a residence in this city, where a group of
ladies and gentlemen were enjoying a quiet
talk under the shade of the trees. Among
them was an exceedingly robust gentleman
who wore a pair of low cut shoes, which
TIED WITH A STRINO.
The fact was made known to him that his
hoe was untied, ami he stooped with a
ner oils sense of the difficulty to remedy
the defect. A he bent his rotund figure,
he felt a sharp pain dart across his
chest wc will call it chest. The sudden
collapse of that Immense avordupoise was
not to be persisted in with impunity. But
bright eyes were looking at him and all
hu gallantry was enlisted in the undertak
ing; and again he heat forward with an
impetuous determination to accomplish his
purpose. His fingers reached the offending
shoe, but nt that critical moment
HE FELT SOMETHING TEAK.
U ripped with an angry snap, as if it meant
basiaeaa, and the aupallintr tbouzht over-
whelmed him that it might be bis panta-
100ns. ne rose aasuiy ami sat uowa aa
quickly, for he remembered that he wore a
short coal, and it might Bot be equal to the
emergency. Just at this moment the com
pany rose to go. He had to go, too. There
was no evading it, aad be straggled man-
and with a hasty good
down the street. Around the first friendly
comer he took shelter and hk kand wentwitb tue Jisewetl parts, tlie only sure
on a tour of investigation. What a lelief."11 of reaching thoe insiduous
to dfrcoter that it waa a,i his pants. The m! norehrc fatal diseases. Dr--ighthathtave.1
that capricious bosom, fughton stay a t thellgen House
bore more relief to his tortured mind than hmitel1 t0 oth
an A Remarkable CurioeltT.
BAI.M OFOILEAn. - t t r f f ,v t
. ., j . . JVflwi inilriinu-Ht : alrs.;rancv IJarger,
From hh overdo wing heart he?Mwt up wia n'nle near Helgradf, this countv,
t - 1.:. .. .i i ... .. ..(K . . . : a . : -. .
uiiFij m nio 1 paitnaMMMW , Mill leg- f wwajat m'" uior uititu n cnreisiky
Jstered a vow thea aad theie, never to at-' FiJ:,y II as half grcwn chicken
tempt to tie husiioe strings ia company i h.fo,,r The chicken, aa far aa we
mu r ' could see, was perfectly formed, excent
Many af your citiaens unite in pro -
claiming Dr. Ba IPs Mood Mixture the
waaaaertai ., -mat ever aa
A DESPERATE AFFRAY.
A terrible slmoting afirav occurred
. about six. o'clock . last cveuing, iu the
streets of Brownsville, the particulars
fticcio vi uiuiic.ui';i tiiu iMiiiiuuiii,
' ri-i. i i.
(of which we give below, as olitainc
t 1 1 1 . 1
i from p:isngeii who.itrnvcd last nigl
.... .1' ..-V. x r 1 . e
,,on the tram. A lew days since, a
tv I a a
I fair grounds, .i'ermissiou
c 1 c:i i, 1 1 1 1
1 fused, bhaw became highly incensed
I aiiu itegau tiriiiKini;. iiiiwer ine iniiu-
I - ,
ence 0 uinch he is a desperate man.
SAIL C ACUJEK
has "llied the position of Mayor of
! ""arsi:ill, and lias also, in connection
witM '"whal Casou, ot that place,
?X dicnite criminals.
, uuiiiik inu i.nt; tail at uniHiisvi u,
1: 1 1 . it - t. 1 .
men ciu&eti iai ingui. ivuiger acteu
( (Snaw) to kfCP a 0flh was due to
'"'" Utiier accounts say tlmt tlierc
was an old feud between the parties.
Be that as it mav on
1 head wilii it, the last time the weapon
1 iHsehuriin? itstdf bv the concussion.
j The dilficultv was stopped and tlie
t .5 , ". 1 i. . .1
Ir 8eiratel. l.llt Miaw.it ap-
' NL'KSKI HIS WKATII
and decided upon mulcting dire re
venge for real or fancied injuries, and
keeping himself under the influence ot
alcohol, Ix'can.e a iiend incarnate,
ready for any desperate deed. He was
in this condition when tiding about the
fair grounds yesterday afternoon,
probablv waiting fir a sight of his
After the fair was over, and at
almut six Mlock in the evening, Mr.
Auiger had returned to Brownsville,
and was engaged in making prepara
tions to go to his home in Marshall.
About this time a man rode out to the
fair grounds on hnrseliack, and calling
to Shaw, said :
TOMR OX, API.IJEIi IS AUDIT TO
l.KAVK ! "
L'l ! . .1.. t- 1 ...;.i
ouiiw iiiinieuiaieiy compiieii wiiu
the request, and riding rapidly into
Brownsville, met Auiger on foot on
Main street, in front ot the Central
House. Drawing his revolver he at
once attacked Auiger, some saying
that Shaw struck the latter in the
centre of the forehead with it, and
others maintaining that Shaw fired at
Auiger, the ball striking him in tlie
forehead and glancing. He then ap
pears to have fired wildly and indis
criminately, one IkiII striking a by
and passing entirely through his body,
indicting a fatal wound.
During the melee Shaw was shot
through the shoulder, receiving a
slight wound. He then attempted to
escae, but was pursued and captured
by Marshal DeLong, nud is now under
The affair created
TIIK' MOST INTENSE EXCITEMENT,
and as it occurred just before our in
formantsleft on tlie train, it was im
possible to obtain any more authentic
particulars than those related above.
In addition to the above we received
the following special dispatch from the
Bazoo's. correspondent in Brownsville,
who sent it a few moments after the
train had left.
Simx-Li! to the Iltsno.
BKOWXSVIU.E, 7:30 p. m.
I have just learned the particulars
of a serious shooting affray that lias
just occurred. S. C. Auiger, of Mar
shall, Mo., who has been acting as
Deputy Marshal here during the fair,
had a difficulty with John Shaw, of
Brownsville, on Main street.
SEVEN SlIOTb WERE FIRED,
Shaw was- shot in the shouMer and
Auiger in the forehead.
Kobt. Ureen, ti eitizeh of this coun
ty, residing near Elm wood who was
passing' along the street at the time of
the difficulty, was shot in the abdomen,
and is supposed to be
Auiger s wound U dangerous ;
Shaw's ouly slight. Green caunot live,
so the doctor s say.
Shaw & A ulcer is unknown, but iris
'(,f three or four years standing.
Great exeitement on the street.
BOTH MEX UNDER ARKTST.
Drs. Parson & lelot are attending
Green. He cannot live.
Dil Connauoiiton cures Catarrh,
Bronchitis and diseases of the heart,
bv inhaling Atomized Medicines, thus
bringing the remedies in direct contact
thatiuatback of whero an ordinarv chick
, en's legs are, th re sproatei! out two legs,
! "lck oirt Mnu brtMai. The chicken
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