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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1881:
JOVIAL GERMANS. The Annual Picnic of the Grand Lodge, D. 0. H. A Day That Will be Pleasant ly Remembered by the Members. O. H." "irariigari'ontheolher'FreuiidH. Hum, Lie-be, und Ilumanitat." moaning "Friendship, Love and Humanity," The officers having charge of the pro fession were assiduous in their endeavors to wake it a success and, well did they succeed. They were: Chas Wentzcinian- -chief marshal. I'll a. Kleuber 1st. ..din turn. August .Si-hrankler id, adjutant. beauty. The soft swelling music and the flying forms of the merry dancers as they tfipfted the light, fantastic toe until long after the noon of night, presented a panor ama that must lie seen to In? enjoyed or ap preciated. It was nearly dawn before the merry revelers dispfrsed to their various homes, weary and tired in liody hut feeling tnat thev had enioved a da v of unsurpassed i i - - - : pleasure. A Scene of Mirth, Merriment and Pleasure at Sicher's Park. FOLLOWING JESUS. FOR MURDER, A Synopsis of the Sermon Of; Ib the Charge on Which J. L. Sul- Rev. J. H. Duncan, Sun- I livatt w Taken Back to day. f Wyoming Territory. The Queen City of the Prairies Welcomes Her Guests With Mu6ic and Song- The Session of the Grand Lodge of the German Order of Harugari at Their Hall in Porter's Block To-Day. ! .... - .. ... Slutrift Samiit'l Diikfv nt ITnit'i nnnfp ; pleasure. - p i m- very eio-s w T .aS,r.i ihm., tl.i .Sfv IB. ." at thk I'akk. There was no hitch inanv of the ar- uuent adores deliver-., at the Christian j :n ui:,.,, :n ..u,! Iim I Jn After the usual bustle of disbanding n,s? everywhere the liest order was I ehureh in th s city bv Kl.fcr Diini the pnsion wa over, the otlicers of tht this was due in a great j f evenuy, wh e no doing be sulj- la t,1Iltv The cireumstaiKas state ISrand Lodge were sur'rounded, and. with TT'T " - cJ,,el 7 h Vl . 7 -1 ,h? W W ollws : cordial handclans. welcomed to Alalia. hj " wntmnjr in his endeavors to thv iWW vcrv ikpiI idea ol it: "sniivsin wilS runnW mrM h.w... 2Iuakt tb,..K, asionasueces. ' . iiiiMras .t; second sermon on the hi- :., Kv:iIlstoll whf. :f xtr.W.C"7CA Uer s series ot "l'ollowmr jh"k Tit.. : . .. . . :v I ! TO.OA Y's vuorww. , flI. M on h ,.f thcH,,fI1(, Anton .olk:,r .n.ank,I with him 1 Tl... r...! ..W ; , 'uu -FolloVimr Jesus in :, ,iism. HolJ I 1,1 Ma-V . who w known to keep ly o a ..rival., nature. L. ke .., Jl-J- ycio, and Mark 1, !-l 1. lll :mii hi wh..l.".i.. . nil The officers are: Wm. Kutte nresident. Herman Sontag- -vice-president. ill . t;n... ' i .i. .-iueri. -uujcr--ranu cusiouiaii guar- E. Ivniekmeier "rami seeretarv. !ott fried (iuckes-grand treasurer. Wm. Vogel- grand chaplain. Paul toschen "rand marshal. Joseph Witzel grand tyler. Jco. Kuti- grand inside guardian. .lotin r. Jiaas- -grand ouiMde dian. Willi the exception of Mr. .Sontag. who lives at Baldwin, Mo., the ojHcers an; all residents of St. Louis. At ll:-lo the band commenced playing a lively air, the crowd streamed toward the grand stand and were seated. Then Chas. Wcntzclman. chief marshnl inlrruln.i Mayor Craycrolt, who delivered the. fol- lowing wi;i.comix; .viuufs. Laiii:s,axi Fki.!.iv-Citizi:.v.: 1 shall mt afflict you with a speech to-day. It would be presumption upon my pari to attempt h. To my ierman fellov-c:tizens of Sedalia I return my sincere thanks for the compliment conferred in asking me to address you. To your invited guests, who are here to-day lo partake of your gener ous hospitalities, ami who you have met in gladness of heart, to share with von . your joys and vour pleasures. 1 can onlv ay 1 tail them welcome. Mav von. mv i lie lollowui" are j iicers that have thus I i ne eiiuiii vear: i. IJ.--.I. W. Seile, Sedalia. !.;. i:. Wm. Weiler, St. Lo.:i. (Jr. S"cy.- E. Knickmeier, St. Loui (L A.- Paul (foschen, Si. Louis. i. Treas.- G. ( iuckes. St. Louis. 1 W I . T I 1 . v w v l b n w til nt m vv . - - v . . . - . - . mm V. -i, t Fl If- . . fit. it .tllil I . w. T. I . ... I . . ' . - far ... fw.iH:jrt.rf hb pvi .iTi?i;rc nitui iiHciiiiii' on me luiiiiorai cnar::ier i t i i . - ..." .1 iJIl.- i ..i... .i... i ... "V. . ... anjr irks howmg that he had been loully dealt with. Sullivan was arrested HE WOULDN'T. THK PKorKSSloN. The iierman citizens of Sedalia and the surrounding country have been in a flutter of excitement for sometime past, over the approaching festival that was to be tender ed the Grand Lodge of the German Order of Harugari uon its annual session to be held iu this city July :Hst. Saturday evening the business places and residences of the- people from the Father laud flaunted to the breeze the red, black, and gold colors of the flag of the (ferntan empire. Hags, banners and mottoes, gleamed brightly among the festoons of green leaves and proudly waved from more than one tall flagstaff. The handsome park wore a gala day apjiear A ance, and, to the stranger, Sedalia seemed io have put on her gala dress for the occa sion. The sun rose Sunday morning bright and clear, not a cloud dimmed the azure blue of the sky, and a pleasant breeze was blowing across the prairies. With the rising of the sun, the peoplecom menced to pour into the streets, and at eifht nVlofk thov filliil tlir-m At S:0 the Sedalia band, took tiositinn on the corner oi mumi ann (linn sireeK :im r... .l m . i : . i itifii. .iuivor oi .tu i ki. i ihv i i - . ... nlaved siverai iionular :iirs wliile! ; aim carried witn 1 j . . . - ur jjm-ii nun a Dm aim me uie wciKlll .i.... . , ,i waitmg lor the pmcvion to rang aiin wiih its eclnes. Then some .,f 1 ,Mr'M',, r ol ,,,e form. The hrst burst o! music was the the St. Louis Uarngari Saengerbundgavea itiiaL iui nit; irMic. cinnu to xirge 10- ward the place where the procession wa to start. Every moment added its quota V to the eager throng, and as the sun rose nigner in me neavens, ana n is rays oegan Order ot Haruirari. was then iiitrodneiil io sian me uersiuratorv onrans oi itici i.wiJi,.i;v,.j ii...t.,n of the tieople when John the Jfeipiist. tin ? lorerunner of Jesus, came; of the great i numlH.-rs who went out to meet him and t wen- baptized of him in the river Jordan. ' confessing their sins ; of the uncomfori . able valley of the Jordan, and the auMerv 1 and unusual dres of John, and yet of his greatness and eloquence as a preacher. In ' fact he being one of the greatest, if noi the greatest, of all preachers. The elder weni on io say mat " nen all the )eopIc on siijMcion but the evidence be ing in.-Mitlicicnt he was dicharged after a hearing before a justiivof the eace. Ev idence Mitlicient to convict has since lxn iliseovered. upu which Sullivan was in dicted. I hiring this interval Sullivan sold out and hit the country. Sheriff Dickey got on hi? track and followed him through Arizona and Colorado to Denver, and from there to Cooper county, where he was arrested bv Sheriff Kogers Ial Tuesday Refuses to Pardon the m.7rfj .m, iSr: "!!"-;""' !""-' .rrif Bfcfay .- :i .. '... esieniay aiienioon. on a reouiSllion Iroiii .. i . .. Business College! The undersighed, with pleasure, annouuee to the citizens of Central Missouri, that they have opened a first-class Commercial College ! IX "mi ii m j-.i t ii.ti it ut-ji an i uu jieopie i from tlert t( t The Governor of Minnesota ' wtl;5P Jwfj : W-r,a am',;vsl;j a -rs. , ieand. coming Ironi Galilee. He.also.dc-' . r. ! Refuses to Pardon the ;..s..!i i.s...tir. 1.... nimwi Younger Broth ers. And Says he Thinks Their Pun ishment for the Murder of Heywood too Light - . 1 ..... . . guage 01 me new reviion. hm. ... . - . .1 - wavi.r -I I,,,-, .ul , I : "i . weruor i ritteuden. when He started with of theeJoKn linga cousin ZlS ru'l - h,ne ""T - , knowiu- his mire and s..,,df;t ! A,u: !ris.im.r eml in goo. spirits, and and thaT his ba itism was destined for mI ' V, T V V tnluUlm V" ! uers alone supposed Jesus did uot need his 1 "f . "1 T l A w ?,d h" " M-mVs. Kut Jus said. "Sufler it to Ik- ' f'T tram for the west so now, for thus it becomes us to fulfill all f ' XlMU,1'.. . i-iliiMiKiuuo " 1 11- T.. ..!... J . i.f . l.. i MO IN SECRET SESSION. riifliteoiisiuss-n Or in fit Iht wkrrl Iu. I comes n to do every rhrhl ihin'. f ' The baptism of' John was from God.' :;ieus. in placing himself on the side of I The Meeting of the Executive i.ii - . I lCllOW-elTtyjfK lr.tl nllmr .ili.u ..t tl... i .... I ...v.- n mv I ).. .....i . I... .1 l.iul .ulllil mil ilit iiIIiupivi.. Tl..... Iw State, when von ppI ii rn t. v.. ,w..;.... . " 'iv. uh- iaiier i - " Cnmm tt.M nf th PnntM.AL. i.l-ices i f Ih-I,. ; . ! ol the west have had cm- " suHered him, and coming Sdln ?HiwJ?..v v.-H 1 "IT ' to say regarding the attempted P from the waters of baptism ami pra T8 Morning, um her i t t tV f ! relwwf of t,w oriou Younger Lsl tdls us, the Heavens were ' wS u- 1 ('" Janiw and IJoWrt , 'I1 and the spirit of God d.-scended ' The liiM.tblacks Amalgamated Protect- m lv Lsei Younger are serving out life sentences at ! i -oilily form, in sha,e like J ive Lnion held another secret session of 1 lh! IS tl; ' ' . Stillwater, and their uncle some time ago "t Jove, and abode uioii him. Then i-orner of Second and Ohio streets, at nine Tuu mvfe l o eame on from Oregon in order to add his J vi from Heaven Miyina "This j ovlucfc this morning. Al. the Dwarf, thcOiiern Citv of JliH SL-irf ? 1 ' vit3t? stM1 lo the end that this M "y In-loved son, in whom 1 am well ! president of the union, occupied the chair vou thrii-e welcome r.nru, i oui Svntt.IUx. might n somt. wav 1H. moditiel. l,,V:,wl-' Thus was his mission and wor- a bootblack's kit set on end). Ginger, ..i. i.. ....... .i. .... , . The old gentleman visiunl K:m:is Cm-1 '1 approved by the divine voice of the! the Mcrctarv, was at the desk one of the -xi iiieeoiicniMoii oi uie mayor swelcom- i ' . , - 1,'nil, Tl.. ..i.i..- f..-i i u i . intr:iiWn s,muwi.,r,., f...l i-imiviiuiu uwim.ii. in .i:ii KMiii anu J?t. "V . " V . j' -i teu nv .-". .-iv.- i aurunt i.oingers. ,, . .i.ii i iiiiiiiii- oeioi; Maninif ior uie norm. : .iui .n.i ui me nair i - ii'iv nn a mh-k oii ine nave- - . - ; i -i . htm letierc n ., flu. umh oi .ieus. snowing now we are now io t iiieni. Iioilll, I I I . , tn flu. J tism ol Jesus, showing how we are now to t ment ; follow Jesu in his baptism. I 'Dcs yer meet in' am now 'bout ter opin .. J'irst: liy showing that .lesus was bap-: "it s liHlge. All not members ob de ordah Ol.I.K FAMILY. tiol Tit ..niot- t.. t'..1;ll -Il :.. . trill i.J. ...... n.t:..K !.. i i . m v. m mi w iiiimi aiii m r( I ii. m m m mi ai.la.aii. a ww- maw ai w ti (in muni - ... i j SUV Ul- It has lieen i a,,d " 'V,r5 riK"t "ling1. If we would iH dress de-Mfvs in de right kind ob irom the . ,n "". we, ioo, must no every right jn-gauy.au jwrceeu to take deir 'spectable h the fact! ln'"S or everything that God has com- : peihe. mil mur- M:ndeil. I he principal applies to ban-I Mistah I'roenlint T oiixd the seere- . . . . T ... iter, and the M. 1'aul Pioneer n ,.t .uon-over. n u was neeosarv iry. crowd, umbrellas went up, and those who I M , 7 .. , T. St . ThurHlay publislns the following roult 5 ,,,aI :,0;;;is -"'"Id ie baptized, no one caii j "Wall? could, cot into the shade. JJut the crowd . - 01 .ir. loungers interview wit h the gov- ". " eeesary ior mem 10 nc 'Jr .1111 a eanueniaie 10 -mission in dis . . ,M. . 1 j ik.... .r 1 -1 1 t - till ho H i1w vwYuitmn I K. mm 1 a .. I UJV iVJl fill lllfMvll r:t I t'TIlOr III 11 IllllOWrklU .4.. ..1 11 ... ..mi spieiNt ui rendition ot one oi the German's 1 , ,- favorite ,ongs Das Deutches Lil Mr. : Y"'1 aIhl Mtvr .w:,r- 1 11. Hcimenz, Gnind representative of the T , ""'"l :ls 11 Kiirht Worth v ;r..,.,i 1 JUt.,.. iv.......i.. st:,rI n.V a rsons ac.iuamtcd wit t ------ - . . . ..i.j a. im tm- .iriiuieiu uaiiK ronoerv . . . . I . . . .1 r . . - . . .1 I j 1 ..... ri 1 . .. 1 - .... .. tiii neiu 11s posmon. ine rumoie 01 ai . "" wignni uu.- iii-itiiriiiic . vjihh oi .miuhooih: ....... u mv j.m-i iii.ui mai 01 " "ii.i,aiauuin, 10011 1 lie gaies. Tar-off train is heard. It comes nearer uty oi ' acknowledging in a Vlitting man-j "There appeared in Gov. !illhurvs j J?J,S- "Who am he?" vet nearer. And now the command is ! ,ier "a ,Jrdial. generous and hearty wel- room yestenlay afternoon, a tall, thin, el-j The command of 'doing every right "J H. Warsaw Trabeler." given to "fall in." The band bovs arrange j colI,e lias been extendeil to the rep- derly "man whom, at a glance vou would I lnin? Ijdies to uniting wiih the . "Hab uV gemman tipped de lucre foT his their music and instruments," marking j rescnuitivcs t " thcGermanOnler of llaru-Jiavc clas.sifiwl as one f he suthcrners of ''jmreh for no one will deny that it is inmission to de Viety?'' time with military precision. The drum- ari l,-v ,m' g'l JH-ople of Sedalia. the middle classes under the old regime, i n-h! lo llulU' w s,'' hun-h-; "Him hab.v major waves his wand, the marshal rdiouts ' And 1 may Ik peniiittetl to say that iu He bears a name hateful to all Minnesoii- r aeconling with the new Testament. "Mr. Kight Worvy Gnm' Pnstumgit "Forward!" the silver-tongued instruments' yl",t.,on to di funeral exhibition of kind ' :m. but is himself, to ail apjiearanc', in-' rl,l,iri'- IV-side this people who would , awayilar. yo will pe'reeed to bring in de burnout in a grand volume of music. and U''"'"" that has met us at every step we "flensivc. open-hearted and well-meaning. ,hl" -ide of the J.ord mut take that nnforluiiir." the procession starts. With even. tead . ll:,ve J:',MV w arrived in this beaut i-! His name is Littleton You nger. and he Ts ' i,:,,,' :l Klipih said io the fn-ople on! f he officer addressed rose slow Jv from tread thev dcnlov on Main and" march I iini'n i.v of Missouri, none tin les ' own brother to Henrv W. Yomiirer. father ! Mount Carmel. 4'How long halt vc letwen I li reclining posture on the flagging, and down to Osage street. The crowd chatters J Phs5'" gratilymg has liei-n the action' of the three men, t.oleman, James and ! ,wo oins. lithe Lonl In- God serve with a salutation to the president, some merrilv. the brilliant hjubrps with the J ut .vrsellt Mr. Mayor, and the citv ofti- Hubert, now in the neniteiui.-iri- t.n.l ..t.. him, but if Kaii.follow him."' To do every I thing bet ween the lions of a sick monL-nv cers with whom you are associated. ' tented to stay there during the rot " r'ul '"i"? a Jesus did. require-, that we aIM' !'u' contortions of a baboon with the Your eloquent and touching words of of thkii: xatikaj. i.ivr- should keep the whole law of God. for 1 r,'lie, he disappeared around the corner, welcome to us who come to the Krtals'ofj Littleton, um le to the prioijej, i a ver- ' aid : "He that keeps the whole After the lapse of a moment of silence your city on a special mission, whereby ! i table pioneer, and formerly Iiin' in . !ld yet oflends in one point i guiltv 'shuffling of bare feet was heard on the tl... Ili..w.i-..l.inl ....,1 ..I T...I.I .' -I I. ... . C7 , . . ..11 'J 1.. .1. . I .. - It . 1 1 . ,. .... ...v .-iv.,i.iii Jim viuriuiuit ieaiuics oij.i.ickmhi county. .Missouri, the encroach-? ininesecona application ot the nags, ami ne reiurneu leadiug "JJe XV our gran organization arc to be rcvuweil f nients ot civili.ition so disturlietl him J lvxl ,,e -''""wed that to follow Jesus in his ! J rabeler, 1 a sicklv looking vol low aim improved upon, gives encouragement . that he sought in far off Oregon the se- i "'P''"11 w nmist le uuiiicrsel as sprink- who turned a sort of ash v grav color v as we enter 111 ton the discharge ol the 1111- elusion his soul coveted. Ohl -icr.. I ling and now ring could not nossiblv account I he was ushered into the nraeiie nf . . - ... 1 11 1 . . " . . . .7 i poiiaui u uues w men can us Here and when vaiiced apace, however, then', as iu the ,or ",s ,H',nS oaptied 111 the uucomtortable I 4kC11lA lAtl A.mm 1 a I ' II . .1 ...til.... ..ft I. .. " and on and after the 1st DAY OF JULY, will be prepared to receive any number of! students that desire to learn BOOK-KEEPING ! AND PENMANSHIP. Our aim will he to give students a thor ough and practical knowledge of BOOK KEEPING, as we now have under our charge several sets of books of merchants doing the largest business in Sedalia, and refer to them, by permission, as to our ability. For terms of tuition, etc., send for cata logue, or call at our office, on Second street, over Dexfer's store and opposite the postoffice. FRArflSR, Proprietors. mystic D. O. H.. flutter in the breeze, and 1 : : -. ' ; 1 1 .'. a genuine mi 01 jov aim niiaruy eeui to pervade all. At Main and Osage the procession is ordered to file right, aud, with the band playing, the gorgeous ban ners waving, the procession march along Osage street and to the Garrison house platform where they intend to wait for the train. The band scatterand try to make theflBelves comfortable. But the blindincr jfcivs of the sun beat down on the floor with fccorehing fervor. It is too hot, thev can't stand it. The bugle calls the recreant members of the band who hurry to heir stations, the procession again starts and halts on Osage with the van resting on Main. A moment later a special tram from Lexington dashes into the depot. The three coaches are crowded and two hundred people leave the cars, among whom are the two members of the Lexington Turnverien, twenty-two iu number. The Turners form abreast and march out on Osage, where they are halted, facing the members of Western Lodge 189 D. O. II., their right, lying ou Main street. A mnmpnt'c nt A tl. Mm order "forward" is again given, the band starts up a lively air, a platoon of police Kfart ofll the band follows the Tiirnv.ri.n falls in behind them, then come the mem- oersoi western lodge aud visiting mem bers of the order, and finally the officers vof the Grand Lodge in carriages. Under yike morning sun, 'mid blinding clouds of - uu?i, iik: jtrocoMou luarcn east- on Main to Ohio, south on Ohio to Third, and west on Third toSichers'park. The procession is march ed to the grand stand, where they break ranks and make :i creneral rush 4Vir tti.. booths, where an ample supply of the cold ""-"i;- me acuiuii, crvaiuv, loaming ueer is eageriy quaned. The banners and flairs were then In id away and the pleasures of the dav com- 1 mi - mencea. ine order in which the nags and banners were borne iu the 'procession was as follows : The United States colors. The banner of Western Lodge JS9 D. O. IL The Turnverien banner. The banner of the Grand Lodge of the 1). O. H. The banner of Western Lodge 189 is an levant crimson sillr with mlmc .t ttm jrder worked thereon in silk thre.nl nnrl bordered with a deeD trold frinire. The .. Dike IS surmounted bv n cilt e:irle frr.m whse feet swun nendant. lonr cords with n ll.l'. TTXT t --vt . .11 .11 ..III-- rPI. I., . tell cost $10 and is a very rich one. The banner of the Sednlt:i Turnverien i also of silk, in the triple colors of Ger- many, macK, rea anu gold, it is bordered with a deep gold fringe, the pike is sur mounted with a spear head, from which float two cords and tassels of old irold silk. I On one side it bears the words. "Gut Heil. von Hen Dnmpn lUTfi 7 lOn the reverse side is the inscriution. "Bah Frei, Bahn Frisch. Bahn IFroh." It was a present to the Seda- Turnverien, when that organization ; in existence, anil enct 9ftO The rand lodge banner is of scarlet silk, ordered with heavv gold frinee cord land tassels. On one side is the words "D. stay here your welcoming w ords will n ver-; seeing his relatives once more ere. Iterate in mir l.n?irt qn.l u.!.. .... .. " I... . ... ,. --- ..- ...j .nojiiu iiii u , uivu, iuiei came 10 .uissouri 011 a realization of the truth of the maxim 't tour of kinship visitation. There hissvm 4Onc touch of nature makes the whole J pat hies were re-enlisted in behalf of his world J nephews, and obtaining letters from S. H. Why, in 1809 - twelve years ago, when ' Woodson, C. D. Lueus, It. T. Van Horn vour IM.-Mit 1 tut ..It,- 1.. .....1 ...1 ... .... . ' - - i"Fai 11 1 eiy j .urn ouier proinineiii. ivansas 1 itv "entle mall vet the Western I.odfre. a of our great order, was already' organizeil in this place, which to-day stands high iu the estimation of the whole hrnthirh.uul in Missouri ; numbers fiftv-seveu memln-rs of- 1... . . .1 onion nnr fnr Vile I . - ... ....... . w . . a . . he niK up out of the water after the bap- tt. n.:i.. : : m .-1 . ...u. m nut: iiiiuiL'muii wm account ior these facts. For, if he was immersed he must go where 1 here was to "much water' and after baptism, must come up out of it. uuivjiuiuv luiuiri itni uh uri mill mi? alhil fact that baptism men. as IS culli-ai :i hnrinl r.mt J - - aan...... .... Villi V . m - --. to the high standing of the :,oret!S w1'1 !he original meaning of the lounger lanuly in Missouri Ijcfore and ! worl during the war, he determined to come to .Minnesota, and endeavor to procure a re nnsion oi fus kitLsmens sentence. He , . V - .M . . . ( ..-.-..11 wt iur iviiiiueil .HIHCIH your good citizens and jRsesse a cash . laid gnat stress utKin the fact set f .Ml.lt'.l ..7 S.1 OOO W . - ...I l7. 11 .1 1 .. ., .. ..z...... ... .. M.,rw. ..cm; nun concioiis neariv an me letters, that Jl. H. lounger ol the la. t that the brotherhiMd of ,,ur father of the prisoners, was killed during order has U-en extended and increased un- the war on account of hisoutsiioken union- til tt ll ..ft I rfVT. I- KA..ft 1 1.1 ....I ... i.-ui. diMiuiiiuii arounii us ami ism, ami that their lather s death and the n.i. i- .ne an uroiners. :ino in iiik -mr.t . ? ..... . .. . ... .? . i.i . will the representatives assembled lu.re enter upon their work, feeling secure and confident in having the respect and good wishes of every citizen of Sedalia. In conclusion. Mr. Mavor. I mm m . - - manner 01 it, iad much to do with the subsequent crimes of the sons. First he VISITKPTHK MKN IN rittM.V, In conclusion he evtihiinedrhe riult nt following .Ksus in his baptism. 1' irst. the cotiscimt li:imiim-sc ..t .l.iTnn- vine. nr. . , ,. j.f-. .... ... .....u 't forth in 1 4'v.ry right thing. t 1 ii . 1 .. . . t .evunu. 111 vieiuinc 10 naiiticni thi-r.. i the promise of God's pardon. Third, as the spirit of God defended up on Jesus, so it is promised to all those who n;pejit and are baptised. In the language of Peter, "Ifepent and be baptised,everv one vou, for the remission of ins. :md " nw shall receive tin. wilt nt' tl... . .; " m a. - - . arsaw vhen ttiu B--h..v. Am august asemblaee. "Mr. Warsaw Trabeler T said A I. "Heali me.?' 'Yo' want to jine dis heah vunion?' aYes sah." 'Am yo awar ob de vas' untertakitr yo is Jbout to enter on?'' "I is sah." "Does yo t'ink vo kin stan it ? "1 dens sah." Kap, rap. ran. from the rtisiil..nt- gavel. "Orficersan membahs. vo see heah de arsaw Traleler. He come heh trt M..t- 1 v r I boots to a nickel. We spoke to him, am; I tlA .Ml.- hA ... a 1 T ...... ... " .11 v nin iim: uc vunion. vt nat mils we do wid him?' "Hang he." "Who am de man to do de excusion?' "tie am heah." ".Mr. Warsaw Trabelcr, vo' trial will now begin. Hab vou nnflin t.. s-.vv CHAS. G. TAYLOR, MANUFACTURING JEWELER, DSALBR IN CLOCKS, WATCHES, SILVER AND PLATED WAKE. Gold and Silver Headed Canes. ititrif " A tut and vetenl:iv :i t;itfil li-.) );..... I :s the voice of God acknowledged .Iecn . . ...... , ...... .. . a. llVl.t.lJI (- t ... "0"" ... 1 I'.-imiiit . vitli iJ..v l; l ll.n . Tk.. ...... . . 1 : ami aimrnveil Iik wort c. iin vill .... f 7 , , ...... - ....a. . .B....... m . . w III II I.'TI.I I . . --.. ........ .J'.. . . V. nil. 111.- . - ...uiiMiuiiuiutuu niiii eiiFOMou MOieii . ine letter riirniiirii ...ii.fnii.. t:.. 1 Miimiuiiru tvtrv one tvnn nirciMiK vieii i in ironi nan. n? m. in . .l t. - . -- , ---- . u. 1J- ; . . t. . ... , - ........ , .u ut ivail. fit 1 me nean 01 every one ot Jed to what the old man had to sav. and lo D:ll,",s,n- wad? "de right, backward, march ''' linos a tilaee in . ' ---j i-..a. ... , . ... nii.ii. im.- nin man 11.111 io av, ami my associates when I say that you have, , then told him with a frankness, which wa l.v viinr iiiiirlm:i- .....I ......I...... .. . .1. 1.. . .11 1 . ..'.a. ..a... a V ... w ...... JJImM a a a a a . . . I I . ... ' ..... .a.al ............ ...... .AM .a... ... . . - - , - . v. ... ..v.-ji minim illllivi mi; II LUIIIManCI make us leel at home, earned the grateful J that he bad nothing of encouragement to tll'inL-t: ot inircalv.ac I.... ..I. .. .1... .!...-.!. . . . .1' .1 7 . oner; inai on no account would he, lor one minute, eousider the propriety of pardoning the prisoners or remitting anv of the sentence imMsed upou them. The governor became really eloquent as lie talked and remembered 'the circumstances of the crime. "Your age and manffest feeling.'' said he. "move mv nit v. Imt when I think of poor Ilevwotnl, the cash-1 "I is readv." "Kumpernv. hattention ' Kioht tV.ru-..i .uuis iiSui, uutKnani, marcn. uress up thanks of ourselves, hut also the th :uiL 111 every member of our order everywhere. Dinner was then announced and the humrrvcrowd rushed with one eonenf to tin. o . - - '-..-.. .vr a a . v. ....!. ...... . . . I I I laiK ivsuiuraiii, wnere a nen, bounteous and elegant banquet was awaiting them. The members of the various societies could easily be distinguished by a crimson satin ribbon two inches in wi.ltli lc-ifl. .. . vat f II aeep gout tnnge at the bottom that were ier, refusing with a heroism .urn ar-.. 1 . - . - . . . AT . I V " . I'liuieii on me jupeis oi me wearer s coat. They bore the words "D. O. II., Grosse loge oes iiaien .Missouri." the com 1 i jn-iniiv. listen-j , man had to say, ami ! " wiptism. Cheeky to Say the Least. i-stenlay Jshenfi Conner received mittee on arrangements wore a white satin ribbon. with the initials of the order and the words "Committee of Ar;inr.iiient The Lexington Turners wore a blue ribbon with gold fringe and the words "Soeialer m mi . 4 " mmwm'T ' parallel, to forsake his trust, and when I rememlier how your nephews shot him down in the coldest blood, indignation takes the. place of pitj-, and instead of feeling that they have been punished sufficiently, I am more aud more inclined to feel that death would have been a iuster I J 1 . a. - ami more righteous penalty The old tor rp ' ,p, . V mine iijtjiiieou ieil.lliv. ine OMI ., . . W.orc a l,e ol cr,n,son I Mfli frivlv acknowledged that he could satin nbiMUj at the thront. i.i..n,.... ...... .- ..7. - i. .-..i- . , , . a . , .. mi; ni tiiit-iiaiiiiiij; nueii leeiings. At three :i clock the speech makim? was t and th-mL-in.. i... ............. ... .1... , .f . . -----o .....a. a. . 1 liv; .V'l Wl lllll Jill HIV KillU- resumeii. .Mr. Iteimenx spoke in ierm.tn ! n. ..vt..tid.Mi i,:n. t... .11.. 1....1.. i.:. .. , . . 'i ....... iiiiu, iik iiu. t ii.un" niiii l.lra 1 1 ..... 4m .......... ... ... 1 . . 1 1 1 a. ..... ' ..it, ...... im. iii(.-i I ililie III IN IOIIIIOIHI llll.'ll 'iiul I. .Iff lw. 1. nil,!... nnd its niieet: ! Then Mr. Overljeck, of .St. Louis, de livered an address in English, giving a brief history of the order and its object. One principle was that of assistance to German emigrants, who knew nothing of the English language; another was to pre serve freedom in thought and speech. He sioke of the Grand Ixidge which was to hold the annual session to-day. Mr. Knickmeier, secretary of the Grand Lodge, then followed in a lengthy address in German. Tin NIGHT AT THE PARK. "Haste thee, nymph, and bring with thee, iesi anu vontmiii miiitv " The park at night presented a scene of j Oh, What a Cough Will von heed the wnrninirV nal ierhaps of the sure approach of that mure terrible disease, consumption. Ask votirselves von e:in :ifliirii tor th.. ciL- of saving 50 -ents, to run the risk and do nothing for it. We knowfromcxperiei.ee that Shiloh's Cure will cure your cough. It never fails. This explains why more than a million bottles were sold the past year. It relieves croup and whooping cougeh at once. Mothers, do not be with out it. For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's porous plaster. Sold by all druggists. telegram from Sheriff Kogers, of Cooper cuum.i, to meei mm at the union depot, on the arrival of the south bound train, as he had some inifiortant busines to transact witli him. On the arrival of the train Sheriff Cornier was on hand to meet the sheriff, who had in his poscssiou an aged insane man named Pat Kelly, whom he turned over to Sheriff Conner, telling him that has no ! u,a ne "atl an rd?r from the eountv court 01 cooper instructing him to do so. The sheriff then left Mr. Conner and his charge, and again took his seat in the car. Not knowing what to do in the nrem ices SoWifl Conner took the old gentleman before the county judges, who were holding a meeting, and asked for instruction's as to what to do w ith him, on inquiring into the facts in the case. the. iiuW. immedi ately issued an onler instructing the sheriff ti rntitm U....I. ?ll ., ty....i.u mi., u.iviv 10 jKMinviiie on ine first train. This was done he lieinn- ..... companied there by Deputv Sheriff Allen Conner, on the 7:1" train'last night. The Cooper county authorities claim that Kelly was at one time a resident of this county, which is not true, as he never did reside here. The unfortunate old man presented a horrible appearance, as he was very filthy and ragged. He thinks that every body is trying to do him somebodilv harm. Sedalia Business College. The undersigned are now prepared to re ceive students that wish to study book keeping or penmanship, at their office on Second street, over Deiter's store. School will open July 11th, 1881. 6-7d6&w6t. Proprietors. j And the procession started. Thev went 1 to an unued .shed in Lincolnville. Ar 1 rived there, Al. said : I I 1. 1, , .. .. """l:" naii, oy ae double quick. ...n itiuu, luarvii. "Mr. Warsaw Trabelcr?' "I is heah." "Am yo' readv ?' "I is sah." "Mr. Exumcutioner?" 'Heah." "Do yo'duty." And the unfortunate W.mivr t was seized. A rope was tied around his an kles and the other end tlin..n .. Mr. lliis done the poor coon was drawn up till his head was clear off the ..mm.. I ir was then blindfolded and a tub of ice water placed under him. "ow." And the negro at the other end .of the rope slackened it, and the candidate shot down- waru. 'Ugh." "Docs vo weaken ?'' i0. Again he went down the third time. He was asked : "Does vo' weaken?" "No." "Cut "im down." This was done. "Mr. .Warsaw Trabeler, vo' am now a member of dis vunion. In helmlf f .1;.. yumon I 'stend to yo' de righ han ob fel- wi.miijpau weicum yo to our ordah. The members here formed around a dry goods box on which stood .-iii. "Now, as we stan' toedder . 1. 1 , . .. ,0 UIU VY an, oenor now good an how pleasant it in for brudden to dwell toged denn unity. Dis lodge will now take a recess lorcongratumlations." DIAMOND MOUNTING ; SET TINGS OF ALL KINDS MATH?. TO ORDER. THE LARGEST STOCK OF SILVER PLATED WARE, ALL FRESH GOODS, AT PRICES A8 LOW AS THE LOWEST. SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES AND CATARACT GLASSES TO GREAT VARIETY, THE ONLY JVMrijbTtA STOCK INTHE CITY. ENGRAVING : WATflHER CAREFULLY REPAIRED. JEWELRY MADE AND RE PAIRED IN THE BEST If A TO NER, TO LOOK LIKE NEW. COME AND SEE THE NEW GOODS AND ASK PRICES. BOJfT FOB GET. TAYLOR'S, COR. OHIO AND MAIN STS. HOW TO SECURE HSALTH. It !em.4 Htmnra that one .ma m the many dermngemeot brought on ov in. . It 1 u . ur WUI re8tore perfect health to the physical organization. It i twieSd otresgthemng syrup, pla.aot to Uke. B1 has proTen itseJftoU tbf. BEST BLOOD PURIFIER ever discovered, effctually cnria Scrolhli. Erysipelas Malaria; all nervous disorders aad debility, Bilious complaints and all diseases iadi catmg an impure condition or the Blood, Liver. Lidaeys, Stomach, 9kia. tc. It corrects iadioes as a health ren er, for it ACTS LIKE A CHARM live nattirK hsvin t ulu 1U.V tf I.... . a- . . ral vigor of the bra:a aad nervous system. RAKER'S PAIN PiKipim 7 - .....av..T ViUIBS RUB M MU er V externaHy and iateraally aad fad DR. ROREtt'S VV:PTiT nu astaatlT dtrwm wnw Z"r cretiea which causes the.