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SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO.
VOLUME XIII. SEDALIA, MISSOURI, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1881. NUMBNR 8. V f AIN'T IT HOT ? In order to induce broker and the innocent purchaser of A , the watch from the latter both were i arrested and shot by order of Lerada. j But his ambition for extended power j ruined him. His frequent successes DRIVES ' 4;BY TELEGRAPH FOR THIS WEEK. SLIPPERS hurt lpil him to liplievp that he could i customers to come outifef we will offer the MwZfJ&uTEA DAISY, 81.25 irur inHi iromontc ! hav,ug lost the P1,estl?e he had sa,ued lilcL IIIUUlUlllwlllO fin eighteen years, and the confidence . GARFIELD GLEANINGS. A Reckless Conductor. RAPED HIS SISTER. Greenwood, Mo., July 29 Quite; nine sensation was creaieu mis t AndFAArincrthA VAnmMM'nf nBr - ia , morning while east Pound iNtssenger; . train No. 2 was standing at the depot, j ; , . caused by the report ot three pistol J The President Still Improving, J shots in rapid succession. It seems and His Recovery Now tnat two oootoiaeks boarded the tram , a at Lees Summit, and after it had Husband He Kills him When Coming: Home. of his officers. The latter "went back I SHOES Swn-ial to tin Cincinnati Knquirer. Florence, S C., July 23. Yes- AWA 4 T a - - U pulled out Conductor Pomeroy tried , Zf In L 1 fci.-lr tlm nr A ft fZ ' plantation, about twenty-nvc miles rm . ',. .i . i 1U ? from here, was the scene of a series of .wvMiiik. aavaA xa aaAavra va m 65c Red Table Unen.ss-rJn X"- CA. D.J Mnl:nn 'sum for the IUI JUU nCU HCUJMlia I last Lerada per dozen, 50c. Large LinenTowels, 20c. Hose haff price. Dress Goods, Lawns and Percales at Cost Price, for one week j only. information ; and so at i was captured and soon af-1 I ter was shot near the bridge crossing j the river passing the city. He beg ged earnestly for his life, one person assuring me that he offered to liqui date the American debt if released. But it was of no use ; his death was inevitable, and while protesting that j his actions had been for the good of the Indians, whose chief he was. the j drums were rolled, a volley of musket-1 ry was heard, and tne career or Lera : and LAWNS, A NICE LOT LEFT ATI Confess Their Crime to the Sultan. Is Ayoob Kaln in Candahar," is What is Now Troubling the British Bull Dog. , gun throwing rocks at him under the cars. He rushed car and opening shots at then), none taking effect, but crimes. ending in a wanton murder under cir- 1 . .1 i ' Eiiuiiii; iu a nnuiuu minuet II1IUCI tlr greatly endangering the lives of several "V" L.i TJ- Z a i- i -u i J who has lost the use ot both of hi persons sandmg.,, range ot the : shots. , w fc k wu , Great indignation is manifested bv the :. t i j on iv is iuc nue ui xvvihiiu nomas. ies- 4lc The Zulus Rampant in the. citizens who tor s arrest. threatened the eon due- LACES Transvaal Bismarck Thrf atened by the Progressionists. Saratoga Races. Saratoga, July 20. The first race ' terday morning, while Ry land Thomas was away, White, the cripple, having; A - T 1 I! - 1 . secreieu nimsen in tne iamuv matt- m mi sion, went mio mrs. l nomas room, J.M.Clute&Co. A MILLIONAIRE BRIGAND. CALL EARLY. As to his wealth during his lifetime ! Good Assortment, Extra Cheap. .i i : r : . i . t inure are luauy miii ius. viie is iuai lrrels of gold and silver were carried at his order to the mountains and there deposited by four men, who, af-1 wm W M HI A mm ter finishing the work were of course p, I J I il ti- Pi shot that it might not be divulged. Wwrfj lhere is at Santiago an old man who , i tens mat ne, in company wiin an- T rorio whr. t.ovo onri other Ateiio. came to Tenic in the : f - r T 1l HI I W V AAA AM V V V A-A I ' A one mile dash. Fellowplav 1 : Victim, auu T,u In? uoor' """"J 2 : Girofle. 3d. Time 1:42. upon nis own shut. Airaougn witu- i The second race of fine furlongs ' 0lIt tne m ot g; the scoundrel An Explosion in a Npw Vnrlr Wvomhiff. 1 : Olivia. 2: Turco. :J. lsses ncre.noie sirengin in Brewery Sends the Roof Skyward, and Entails a Loss of $25,000. OFFICIAL BULLETIN. 207 OHIO STREET, Gold-Getting Made Things Hum. Alfa Califoniian. There are many interesting incidents related of Lerada, the remarkable In dian who for eighteen years ruled the j u weakness for tl Tepic part of the Mexican republic. Li rant-mi ir.li When a boy he was engaged in herd-1 nnt mturn to the house. In the morn ine iheep and cattle on a ranche near ug thc mules were fouud astray, Le Jaliflco. Everyday there passed nitrht time, escortinsr Lerada and six t loaded niufes, heavily laden with gold and silver bars, brought from the mountains in the vicinity of Santiago, i and which were deposited in Lerada's house : that after their arrival he was ! sent out to buy mescal, and as he had j the "vine celestial he j sot drunk and did MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. ner way to ana rrom scuooi a very pretty girl of good family, and an ac quaintance began between them. She always had her books, and on her re turn from school the two would retire to tome quiet place' where she would teach him to read and give him his first ideas of arithmetic and -geography. He was exceedingly apt in learning and anxious to acquire knowl edge, and he improved it in such a manner that he soon became recog nized among other indians as superior to them. His master often ill-treated hira, and Lerada was often heard to was on and the other man, ins companion, never was heard of again. His ideas of discipline were as severe as his, ideas on many other things- It was his custom to review his 24,000 Iu-i dianson the nrst Sunday ot every month, at 8 o'clock a. m., and it was expected that every man would be present or with sufficient excuse. As j they had to come from many leagues ! away it would not seem strange if! there were many delinquents. On when those present were in line, one iinfnrtiinato arrival ton minntos lat say he would revenge himself. Lhe I He was called before the chief, and acquaintoncd with the girl ripened into aftr 1; reprimanded before the iove. which was reciprocated. He whoie army was led to a tree and had asked of her parents that he i Khnt might marry her, a proposition that was scorned, the family calling him a beggar. But he one day killed his master and fled to the mountains. Xkw York Moxkv Mahkkt. Xkw Yokk, Julv :0. Mdiity 2l(a$. Prime Mercantile 4 jut cent. Bar Silver.! 11 J. Exchange Steady, (ioverniuent (uotaiions- Firm. States Dull. Railroads Kather light demands STOCK MARKET. ; Kxecutive Mansion. July. 30, 8:30 'a. m. The president enjoyed a re freshing sleep during the greater port . of the night. The slight febrile rise 1 of yesterday afternoon had subsided . by midnight, and this morning his temperature is again normal. A gradual improvement of his general i condition in an particulars is ODserv able, aiid is recognized by himself His pulse is now 92; temperature, ! 98 5-10; respiration, 18. Signed Buss, Bakses, Woodward, Reybuun, Hamilton. Time 1 -03 4 , ine arm9 anu IS aDle lo woome his The summer handicap of H miles ' alonff.over the ground in snake-Chw.L-mnto r:m,r o,i. hke contortions moving along with Flora 3d. Time 2-35 1-4 ' wonderluI rapidity, and armed with a f The fourth race, a hurdle race of iftch,by means of which he raises H miles. Glasgow, 1st; Postguard, ! ""u' he " rea,I ,ar i?. ctlve 2nd ; Faustina, 3d. Time 2:07. "V1" lwc ,aj T, V1 "V "w ftls , a large and well-formed woman, made Blew the Roof Off. ; a desperate Hght for her honor, but New York, Julv 30.-An explo- j the inhran jier overcame her. sion from an unknown cause occurred L r e omm'8S1D fthe deed. this morning at George Ehret's brew-! he ftar the vengeance of the eryon 1 hird avenue, by which the ; . , , entire rxf of the west win was t. "WIUCU w 1 blown off. A fire broke outlmme- ? t6e "e wet down to u.. ....... i iarmjaru caie ana jaia in wait Sto'ks After 11 o'clock speculations ; was lirni in tone, ami prices further ad- Merely a Question of Time. vanced 1 to tier cent., in which entire list t m, i Ll Partici,,:,ted. 1 L?1 TeJSl'm' Wh Xkw York Markkt. JJL Xkw Yobk, Julv W. :jon Mrs- Garfield s phvsician, who riour-fnehanged. "as been stopping at the executive Wheat .Shade stronger: No. '2 red July. ) mansion ever since the president was SI lwoundel, savs the president Ls de I'orn Without quotatiyo change Icidedly better this morning than he Oats Shade wronger : Western 4fi(3i4J. I k.. - : i. rinn. . , . , . . , J. , , ... and therefore decided to get him out the diatelvnfter th exnlnsion. hut ma 8 auu iu in an xor soon extinguished. The loss to the.?mas wn. retulrne1d n,Sn building and contents was 825,000; I hlte f5on h8 ambush on the road- 4 in iiroil SIUC, SCUI. a 1UU U UlUC UUCKSUOl IDlV ! lusureu. i .i A.. . ,i i r. m i ine unioriunaie man s neau. j?o close Propped up With Pillows. was he to hs victim that the head Washington, D. C, July 20 -The ! w?! orD int0 "nrecognizable shreds president is still improving, he was Lwnicn were scauereo aoout upon the 1 nmnned nn with tiillnw in hpil inr a i Iees 01 while to.dav. and xva ivpn solid fond After the commission of this last act, u.")i ili ui far afrtAs ur uh L;m I White crawled off to the woods. Keel Pork New nies $18 lio. shot and that he has been elevated in Lard - Higher and Hnn; iem .rj oo. the bed by means of pillows and has eaten a small quantity ot bee! which The familv of Lerada. his wife and 1 (ta flaiicrhtora rtmiAi at ftin Tiiiq. Shp i $8 8 : $0 10, ;Q : .nAv.KI nnmctnnmx Hacon Strong ; St. Loris MAKKirr. St. Iclj, July :(. h lour L nchanged. Wheat Higher; No. 2rcdl 19. No.:;do$l 12; No. 4, .$1 06&.1 07. Corn Ix)wer, 49-491 . Oats Cash, higher ; 44c. W h iky Steady. Pork- Finn : 17 1, drv. ?lt im at taking a number of Indians with him. After increasing the number to eighty men, he one night entered Jalisco,! went to the house of the girl, took her j out and killed those of the family who he deemed had insulted him. He forced the eura of Jalisco to go with him to the camp on the mountains, comfortable circumstances and is represented as a very ladv-like and amiable person. Saved by Floating'. Kifhinom! bfcpatrh. While John Neelv and a partv of! Wheat- Strong and higher: Si lino ti1 mmtlotnon onmvmo- ' Corn -Steady and firmer; 49. f.;, ."?cjii was preitared by Mrs. Garfield. The 'presKieni nas expressed nimsen as !9i , feeling much better and stronger to day than at any time since the shoot t ing occurred. He watched the clock until exactly 01 : 9 at which moment he remarked 'Well, it is exactly four weeks since XS'1- :lYeafin" rit- .a Z'itr YnrkPN opinion that the progress of the patient $t o0; Mixed packing, 00 ; j towards recovery, will not be impeded Again. The attendant surgeons feel assured , that the president is recoveringstrength rapidly as could be expected and says: which so far agrees with him. Cutting- on Freights. Boston, Mass., July 30 The Grand Trunk is making time contracts on the west bound freights at low rates extending into the winter months. morning -, lml Normal : $11 Hoes Active and choice to fancv. heavy $6 80fe7 00. Keceipts. 1,800, shipmeuts, 2,500. CiiirAoo Makkkts. Chicago, July HO. m. ladies and gentlemen were enioviner ar w - i nicnic on an island a few miles east of and when there made him marrv him m j i uiia fMVC, uio iiicv i'.ira vutuuia , to the rl. Bradley, met quite an accident. Dur- j Lerada afterward took to the road j ing the afternoon she, with three as a brigand, and was a terror for other ladies, left the balance of the mdes around. Many times troops party and went some distance around 3 were sent atter him that never return-, the shore to bathe. Tbey insisted on ed. About this time came the I reuch. I going alone, and declined the fo U1 ipisa gentleman to accompany and influence with the Indians, made j Thev selected a dnnerous nla overtures to him-to join them, prom-! bathing, and Miss Bradley, going be- Oats Weak and lower; Rve Unchangetl. Barley Same. Wh isk v Unch a nged . Pork Steady ; $18 o0. Iard Firm and steadv; $12 0o. "That he is in excellent spirits een- e rally speaking. The patients recovery is considered 'at present to be merely a question of lime. This several posses of citizen went in search of him. and to-day about 12 o'clock, he was found hiding in a gum pond under some whortle berry bushes. Being called on to sur render, he laughed back defiance, and threatened to kill the first man who ' laid hands on him. As the officers advanced he began firing, and emptied the six chambers of his revolver, but without effect. He was then captured, but not without great trouble. He k now in the Marion jail, but there is great talk of lynching. White's crime is the more atrocious from the fact that for the past six years he has been supported by bis sister and brother-in-law. Can't Feed the Jews. Bismarck Scared. Berliu, July 30. The North Ger man Gazette gives prominence to a threatening letter bearing the Ham burg postmark just received by Bis marck. The Gazette attributes the sending of the letter to the effect that the constant denunciation of Bismarck by progressionists press has produced on some weak-winded reader, and warns the progressionist's paper to oewareeven ot creating a suspicion;; fiend. The progressionist papers are! ienna, July 30.In coiisequeoce indignant, and describe thrpublica-! "essitous Jews from Kum, tion ofthe letter as an unprincipled 1 ;usn Germaay going to Span, electoral manouver similar to the I iSSE bssdor imaginarv plots unearthed by Na- j W a ".t!e tbat while Spaui ig nWn Th;l h.t rv.na tV. tko I willing to afford every protection to iit;nnc ' r .the refugees, she cannot undertake : to support tnem. i OFFICIAL BUIXETIN. Hogs Receipt 10 000: active and firm : Executive Mansion, V:6i) p. m. light, higher, .6 40(a!o 80 ; mixed I The president showed no fatigue from ' n: I'Einv iiniii ii i tii:ivv mutt-.n kii i u : i- i r. i il:. offe.r of ",.lt-Re,Ps 2 '.XV ! in. It looks verv well, and the dis- them. jKi;w : common ut good shipping, , L. . z- c . ce for SWfe'5 70 ; butchers, .2 20(4 90. J wij iu"- ismg 130,000 per month to pay his men. Lerada, accepted and went with 8,000 men to Mazatlan, received the first installment, came back to Tepic, disbanded them and put the money in nis pocset. lie afterwards received yond her depth, was swept off into the those ou the island. It was quite time before the other three ladies, be tity and in quality. His general con- nence, and he rapidly made advance ment in his endeavors for a complete control of the government of this sec tion of the republic. He appears to have been a terribly revengeful man, and any one that he imagined had done him any injury lived but a short time. On one occasion, at a ball in Tepic, he observed an official of the government in conversation with a senorita with whom he was enamored. He directed one of his own officers to get to him and tell him to leave the house. Lerada, seeing the official still conversing with the young lady. again called his officer and asked if he obeyed him, and at the same time pointed to the pistols which the officer carried, asking if he was aware to what use such instruments were put. "Now go to that man," he said, "and take him by the beard and lead him from the house." The officer, well knowing that if be disobeyed his own life would be forfeited, did as he was told. On another occasion he sent an In dian with a watch and a sum of money from his place at San Luis to Tepic. The Indian stole both, pawn ing the watch. He was apprehended and shot, and so, too, the poor pawn- The Philadelphia Press is becoming . dition continues to gradually improve. 1 aAa liilniknnJAnf a Aaa ma mam, am..! I A MAiIaM AllAn4l4ir -v4 erhlf 4VSl ocean by a strong current and soon thefef dangerous publica- has been added to his nourishment, after disappeared in the high ilireak- j f t pblican party ot Penn-! nd was eaten with a relish. A ers. bhe could no longer be seen by , .... - T.V :J. 1 i u u j u u se ou the island. It was miitea' ... it ... i- uj i. , cAposiug ine swinuung oi me state iuiiresa ui ins ue up wuica nis to ! head and shoulders have been elevated somewhat and he expresses himself as well pleased by the change of posi- to illustrate the work of the Press: tion. At present his pulse is 98 : tem- ! perature 98 o-10 ; respiration 20. I signed, I Buss, the aaniA sum rpaularlv ami a i: j-. . i fSUppiy niie HI XUUTlSuUnF. niUCIl larly he pocketed it. This was the to the balance of the mrty. When the Aft of .the W'niachine. A bemnninir of his litini nm,n;. Li. J:J ,..iLL couple of specimen bricks will serve g o - -avm i i iir.w iiiii ms i Li i.i rALn Liir vmLmi. run i they did so it created the greatest sternation. All hopes of rescue by the party were soon abandoned, and she was given up for lost. When, however, the alarm reached the fish oil factory, which is near the north end of the island, two young men em ployed there thoughtfully took a boat and sailed out on the ocean, and when a mile or more from shore they found Miss Bradley floating on the water and rescued her. She had been "The same monstrous rapacity ex tends through all the various branch es. A contract was authorized for j doing the plumbing of the capitol at a cost ot Ib.wU, when an examina tion developed the fact that no plumb ing whatever was necessary ! It would simply have been 16,000 in the pock ets of the ring; but fortunately through the vigilance of the state this Abdul Agiz. , Constantinople. July 30 An of , ficial communication published in the Turkish papers states Mahomed Pa sha and Nouni Pasha, brothers-in-law of the murdered Abdul Aziz, address-! ed petitions to the sultan confessing their crime and asking clemency on the ground that the conspirators acted under the order of Murad Pasha, who succeded Abdul Aziz, and that this led to a commutation of their sentence of death to exile. aaBaBaBaBj Barnes, Woodward, Reyburx, Hamilton. u - i e i i treasurer, the consummation ot that perilous position for nearly an; . , ' . - . nut V hnn roannon che iraa crroaf. 1 . . . ly exhausted, but able to speak, and is to-day improving, with every pros pect of speedy recovery. Miss Brad Jay could not swim, and heretofore learned the art of floating on the water, and to this and the energetic and manly efforts of the two young men, Frank Milliner and Polk Lang, she is to-day indebted for her life. Answer This Question. Wrhy do so many people around us seem to prefer to sutler and be made miserable by Indigestion, Consumption, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Coming up of the Food, Yellow Skin, when for 75c. we will sell them Shiloh's Yitaliaer, guaran teed to cure them. Sold by your druggist. vari ous articles, amounting in the aggre gation of nearly $500, was certified and jmid, when not one of the articles was furnished at all. The splendid proportions of the steal appeared not merely in the materials for scrubbing the capitol, but in those presumed to be used for scrubbing the legislators themselves, and the item of $100 for bay rum for the senate barber shop where possibly its most diligent em ployment might legitimately have amounted to one-tenth part of the sum dlustrates the lavish character of the expenditure." Bookkeeping. Clas in bookkeeping will be opened at Scdalia Business College, Monday, Aug. lt. Recovery Absolutely Assured. Executive Mansion, Washington, July 30. Dr. Hamilton sent the fol lowing telegram to his wife this fore noon : Mrs. Dr. Frank H. Hamilton, Sea bright, N. J. : The president has had a pleasant night. He is now sitting partly up in bed, while Mrs. Garfield is giving him a little beef steak. We are all in the best of spirits, feeling that his recovery is absolutely assured. Signed F. H. Hamilton. Out on a Strike. Ogdensburg, N. Y., July 30. Two hundred men working at the lumber mills of Skillings, Whitney A Burnet struck yesterday for higher wages. Several men who attempted to work were attacked and injured. The mayor has been called on to preseive order and protect property. The Field of War. Oran. Algeria, July 30. A com bined movement of three columns of French troops, which will start from Suida, Sibdon and Geryville, will be directed towards Macheria, where the entrenched camp will be established, which will serve as a base of opera j tions for the expeditionary column, which will march during the autumn through Algeria as far as riging, Morocco. Troublesome Zulus. London, July 30. A dispatch from Durban says a rebellious Zulu chief has occupied a strongly en trenched position with three thousand men. John Dunn with four thousand men is awaiting permission from the government to attack him. It is ex pected the Transvaal convention will be signed the first of August. Hon. Mr. Hudson has been appointed Brit ish consul in the Transvaal. REMEDY FOB RHEUIAWI, NEUMLiM, SCIATICA, LUMtAM, BACKACHE, LASABASASBMMBBBAi SORENESS of ni CHEST, BORE THROAT. QUIHST, SWELLDTGt SPRUITI, FROSTED FEE? EARS, TOOTH, EAR News from Candahar. London. July 30. The Viceroy of India telegraphs : "rio advices have been received from Candahar and it is still uncertain whether Ayoob Khan had occupied that place or not. The battle was lost solely through bad generalship. Out of four regiments of the Ameer's troops, only one regiment and six guns were brought into action. Ayoob Khan's booty included two and one-quarter lacs of rupees. headache; AM 1LITKINHS AM9 Sr. Jacmb Ott h a acaa. mhlx ui cmkav EiAnal Immt. A trial i tort U oapatmlr tritiag outlay of MCum. aai m aaaanag ana aaiataa aav caaaiaa ywwti j a WMAUSBMBKTSABl We still sell the best stowe in the market. THOMAS & HADDEN. 4-24dtf.