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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1884:.
3 THE FIRST BALLOT. As near as it is possible to estimate, the first ballot for president in the democratic national covention will stand: Tilden 283 Cleveland 247 Randall 65 McDonald. 38 Payne 28 Butler 28 Carlisle 26 Bayard 26 Flower 14 Some sixty delegates are considered doubtful but from what caa be gath ed of individual preferences. If Mr. Tilden had not declined he would have had certainly 659 votes on the first ballot. CONGRESSMAN COSGROVE people m bitter antagonism ana en mity, nor engender a perpetual hos tility to be transmitted from genera- Maj. Edwards Makes a Charge FOB PHELPS. It has been formally announced tion to generation ; such a theory pre supposes an ultimate revolution and j final separation. Partisanship, as construed in America, is simply in tended to act as a hindrance and re n i straint irom a too extreme policy in any given direction, ami to preserve that equitable and conservative bal ance so easily lo3t sight of where the individual impulse i3 permitted to have full sway regardless of results. While it is true mere personal pref erence aside from any question of in- dividual qualification or political con sideration ought not to influence the individual to sacrifice policy he believes to be for the gener al good. On the other hand the in- Upon His Cowardly Assailants. Brave Truths Bravely Spoken in Defense of a Brave, True Man. dividual fitness of the candidate and St Joseph Gazette. The last men on this earth to lift the bloody shirt in any form, shape, or fashion are those men in Missouri calling them selves Southern Democrats. As a mass they have been fighting this spirit of tyranny and oppression ever since the civil war. They should so continue to do this when ever and wherever it lifts its hateful and proscriptive head. If they appeal to the hatts and passions of the old war days in some certain localities wnere the southern the element is very powerful, how could they deprecate and denounce such an appeal when made against them m localities where the northern element in the party was very powerful ? They must know that that Governor John S. Phelps will j over and above all others, the policy go into the convention at Jefferson City, August 12th, and the old hero's friends throughout the state will take notice. It is a source of gratification to know that Governor Phelps will be in the race and that he will win there is no doubt. The masses gladly rally to his support, knowing that he made the best governor the state ever had Of course his candidacy has only been known a few days and the effect is al ready to stop the tide of instructions for other candidates. Yesterday Howard county selected delegates and no instructions given. PROSCRIPTION BEGETS PROSCRIPTION. is THE PREVIOUS YOUTH Mr. Cliff Jackson, a prominent young politician of Se dalia, passed through Boonville en route to Pisgah, Saturday morning. Mr. Jackson is the democratic nomi nee for prosecuting attorney of Pettis county, and ha8 the Bazoo, a demo cratic newspaper of considerable prom inence, fighting him. Boonville Re publican. "Prominent young politician" pretty good for the "previous youth" and no doubt when he reads this his head -will swell to the emergency of eating hay. The young man's pres ence at Pisgah, no doubt was to en lighten voters there that they must not vote for Hon. Jno. T. Heard. Our Boonville contemporary must have very vague and indefinite idea of "prominence" among "young politi cians" in Pettis by applying this cog nomen to the "previous' advocated are good and sufhcient rea- the world over, ana that if a man is to sons why any individual should SAX'X change his vote or even his party if ew elsewhere will demand the same be ne believes ic necessary, and insiead cause they were from the north. Strife then J 1 begins mean, passionate, destructive strife, of abuse he should receive praise for There is and can be no discipline. Party so doino- rules and obligations snap like pack m threads. Instead of a harmonious democ- Every man is the keeper of his racv united, aggressive, loving its organi- own conscience and is alone accounta- ?at!on F e Pciples it espouses, know- . . . ing no faith, creed, past association, or na- ble to the higher power for the dis- tionality there is a torn and disputed charge of his duty in accordance to democracy, raking about among the bones j. -i , &nd graves of the patt, seeking to find there its dictates. And when argument some reason for the hatred and the bitter- and reason fail to convince him he is ness 50 savagely manifested. , . . , , , - Some such war as we nave outlined here wrong, he should be allowed the exer- lug made upon the ciseofhis judgment. Time and ex- hon john cosorove, of cooper county, perience have proven that mankind as the preeent representative from the Sixth r i i i cj. j. r i district. He is being denounced for want a whole, when left to form a calm un- of sympalhy with the southern people. biased judgment, are seldom wrong, when every honest southern man in hisdis Hence it has been found that the flftZS&fi wm oi tne majority uncnecKea uy when a rebel so-called, was no more ac- A Plea for Bight. The following circular from Cooper county democrats is sufficiently clear to explain itself : Cooper County, Mo. June 21, 1S34. We, the undersigned, ex-Confederate soldiers and citizens of Cooper county, Mo. having noticed certain charges made in the public press of this congressional district, imputing to the Hod. John Cosgrove, sen timents of dislike and ill will for south era people, hereby beg leave of all fair minded men, to otter, on our own positive knowledge, an earnest, emphatic and un qualified contradiction f said charges. We have known Mr. Cosgrove long and intimately and his political history and ut terance since he has lived in this county have been very familiar to us, and we do most unhesitatingly state that in our humble judgment, such ignoble sentiments of prejudice against southern people or against the people of any other section of our common country, are wholly foreign and unknown to him. If he had ever , harbored such unworthy sentiments, it is but fair to presume the fact would have been disclosed to us during our long and intimate political association with him. We are constrained to make this statement because we believe Mr. Cosgrove has been grievously wronged by the circulation of said charges. K. A. Mcculloch, Late Lieut. Col. 2d Mo. Cav. C. S. A. W. H. Long, Late of Co. F., 3rd Ee. Shelby Brig. Wm. R. Draffen. Private 2nd Mo. Cav. Co. G. C. S. A. T. R Draffen, Private Lauther's Reg. C. S. A. A. L. Zollinger, Late Cant. Co. A. 2nd Mo. Cav. C. S. A. Toi Cranmer Harper's Co. 2nd Mo. Cav. a S. A. R. E. Howlett, Late Second Surg. 2d Regt. Mo. Reg. Cav. J. (i. Roberts, Co. T, Marmaduke's Old Brigade. A. H. Thruston, Gunner's Mate Gunboat Web. James T. Ellis, Company A, 2d Reg. Mo. Cav. Ben Cooper, Company H, 30th Mo. Cav. H. Arjistrong, Lieut. Company C, Elliott's Bat. C. Long, under Alex'r, W. L. Colling, Private Co. G, 2d Mo. Cav. E. B. Bunce, Company C, Rogers' Company. Leslie Smith, Late Capt. Co. I. Woods' Reg. Marma duke's Division. THE PESTILENCE. A Perfect Panic Prevailing in the Cholera Infected Districts. recovering. Toulon, July 3. The Italian consul is recovering from the cholera. AT MARSEILLES. Marseilles, July 3. Three deaths -from cholera are reported since last night. At least COO inhabitants have fkd. Four hun dred i o-ir workmen from Toulon were sent back to that city. The panic is unques tionably increasing. In the face of this, however, the physicians and chemists of the city held a meeting and declared the A HUGE APPLE TREE. A member gave an account of the Dayton Horticultural society of a large apple tree in Cheshire, Conn., which was supposed, no doubt errone ously, to be 184 years old. It stands on the land of Delos Hotchkiss, who is now 81 years old, whose grand mother, when a girl, played under its branches. The body is four feet in diameter up to the limbs, which are five in number, and each about two feet in diameter. The extent of these is about thirty-six feet. The largest apple tree which the writer ever saw, and which was about the same size, had a trunk which measur ed 3 feet 10 inches in one direction alarm senseless. The rate of mortality at , f a :.,ur. - i nrnt thv aver, does not exceed that ud 4 feet 6 mch.es 111 another, four which is usual at periods of great heat. feet above ground ; and the six large They express the belief that many deaths limbs, from 18 to 24 inches m diaine attributed to cholera were really due to ter, extended thirty-six feet in one other causes. Ihe municipal authorities Krtmn anA nn.i,r -To,. nn . , , - . . uiiv.vikivii uuu iicaiiy ao iai 'JU LUC UU tnroifn tno nnclnmorir fala I - . J ;- u,:i- " .1 -TL - j. -i pusite siue. jlius tree was examioea have decided to forego the customary bration July 4th. PREPARATIONS AT PARIS. Paris, July 3. The prefect of police has ordered all passengers from the places where the cholera is prevalent disinfected. Some Parisian journals assert three cases of cholera occurred fn Paris yesterday. The Voltaire denies this, but admits iso lated cases every summer. It says the san itary condition of Paris is good. Travel ers who pats into Italy by Mount Censis sixteen years ago ; it has since tallen ; but it was supposed to be but little over a century old. It stood in West chester county, N. Y. NOTE3. The Osage orange, which is so ex tensively used for hedges, should re ceive favorable notice from those tunnel are quarantined five days at the contemplating the culture of silk. It frontier. is said to be eaual to the mulberrv in -- -- -j a. iL 1L 1 no deaths in paris. every reaped, me sns wormd Keeping Paris, July 3. Offiicial notice is given in good health when fed with the on the bourse to-day that there has been no leaves, while the quality of the silk is said to be excellent. There may, perhaps, be no advantage in using it n ... .. n i l - i appeals to prejudice or passion is the KVS" safest form of government that can be very life in his hands, spoke against the r . 1 . i 1 t - devised. Under its sway America has v4ialv 01 V. oain ne DfY Ing tC J Knirntmn. tnniTBt nrnwnntion from the grown to be the grand nation it is, Utump all over Central Missouri, denounced hence it is that while parties have more bierly than any southern man dareu come and gone the government has franchisement, and even faced dauntlessly stood firm and unshaken and upon 8Qd pistol in hand upon more than one oc- the free and untramelled exercise of to Bilence the fierce SDecn and the stalwart these rights, depends its future. Let energy of the courgeous northerner. Americans then turn a deaf ear to the iruCH K FAIR IN somtics, party whippers in and partisan fanat-1 lethe'8 K Wn JKe.- ics who cry heretic, if in the exercise they are not ungrateful. Thev cannot of calm judgment and a freeman's S,r:Htlirftft d deaths from cholera in Paris. still dying. Toulon, July 3.At 10 o'clock this morning three deaths had occurred since last night. The sanitary condition of the ciy is improved. AT MARSEILLES. Marseilles, France. July 3. Between morning and 1 o'clock this afternoon there were two deaths from cholera here. Will Declare War. Paris. July 3. In the cabinet council to day, Mr. Ferry elated the Chinese foieign board did not disavow the action of the Chinese regular troops at Langson. The board admitted the Chinese army had in preference to mulberry where the latter is plentiful, but as the Osage orange can be utilized for hedges, i3 hardy and may be made to occupy but little space, it should not be over looked. It may be grown directly from the seed, or the young plants can be procured and set out, either method easily furnishing a hedge in a short period. Herbs for drying for future use, should be cut just about the time they are coming into flower. Dry SHILOH'S COUGH and Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. cures consumption. Sold by Bard Miller. army obeved orders to retain tiossession of that city, though this was contrary to the second them in the shade, and after suffi article of the recent Franco-Chinese treaty, cientlv drv to nut awav, tie them m Consumption which provided for the immediate with- bunches, and hans in a" cool shed, or drawal of the Chinese garrison. China. i i ri -ui. however, contended the evacuation of the T5 UCUJ JUU0C PaPr frontier towns was conditional upon the ttmi Bluw "J lu uupuuarus It & or A Murder Unearthed Causes a Suicide. Detroit. Mich., July 2. A foul murder has just been completely unearthed in lonia county, iwo or three years 6ince a men named Vanderburg, aged 4o, married a signature of a definitive treaty between drawers ; the last mode is by far the France and China ; China also refused to cleanest and most approved plan with recognize the stipulations agieed upon be- the Kof. hmicpbenpra nmo ?. for the evacuation of Longson, Cav Bang and Lao Kay, between June 6th and June drvlDg and them away in bags, 26th. ready lor use. M. Patenotre, French minister to China, who had been absent to negotiate the it is stated m Jb rench agricultural ngnr, mey ior conscience saKe or ior them assassin-like, stabbing him over false r , r V V mi. jr,, iuCu w juumaia mat jcreiiuu cueese makers the public good as they see it, find it TS nAS ffgfiijStfJKSSS rf necessary to overstep partisan lines frTJnl 1 everv of d wf trouble was engendered by the undue inti- fusing redress for the action of her troops $150 to 8200 per annum for each necesary to overstep partisan lines dbtnc macy of Vanderburg's wife and Oscar Scott, at Langson. France will immediately de- COW. This is owing to their expert- and slavish fealty to a mere sentiment. faere P"n"Jf f rue to the letter, & m SQU of Vanderburg's em- clare war. Active preparations are beint ness and thoroughness in the manu- PABTY FEALTY. The tendency of party organs and politicians to insist upon party fealty under any and every circumstance is not to be wondered at, since, to them, the success of such a policy is a mat ter of existence. But that it is either true, safe or sound is an open ques tion. Under its regime elections by ballot become a simple farce, and leaves to the nominating convention the fiat of who shall serve in any given capacity and the delegates be come a council with as arbitrary powers as were ever given to any council of lords and princes, of mon archal days, who in solemn conclave decided and promulgated the edict that placed the king upon his throne. Take for instance, Missouri, with its 60,000 democratic majority, and Iowa with, its 60,000 republican ma jority, party adherence and party fealty deprived of the right to bolt, or in other words, to support any one of opposite political party, can mean but one thiDg, the elevation of the candidate of the dominant party as fixed by the delegate convention. If this is the true spirit and mean ing of a republican form of govern ment, if this what is meant by the voice and choice of the people, why is it necessary to go to the trouble and expense of an election ? Why not ac cept the work of the convention as final and permit the dominant senti ment to go on and on in continuous control ? To the thinking mind, however, there are very serious objections to such a policy. In fact, they are so varied, plain and serious as to be ap parent to even a superficial mind. Such a policy in fact, tends to utterly overthrow and is antagonistic to ev ery principle of a republican form of government. Partisan preferences were never intended to array the The Missouri delegation will prob ably vote as a unite at Chicago, and that vote will be for some other man than Cleveland. That conclusion is arrived at from seeing which way the straws are moving. ought to resent as he would a blow the at tempts of these personal or political enemies of his to do him injury. The very appeals made to them are insults. They are ap peals which eo upon the assumption that the SOUTHERN MEN OF THE SIXTH DISLRICT ARE FOOLS. Cliff Jackson evidently don't want any of the friends of Mr. Heard to vote for him. The Saline county democracy is beyond believing what the du le candidate might say against Mr. Heard. The Hannibal Courier claims tha t Lucifer bolted the republican party ; are we to infer that is why he started a hell of his own ? That so rank vet are all the old war preju" ?errled h,er and she removed to Edi dices that they can be aroused in a momen1 Montcalm county. Nothing special at the bidding of any demagogue who chooses, from the meanest of all motives, personal vengeance, to first play upon them and make them 'prominent by lying repe tition. Silence these, slanderers, and si lence them now. Cosgrove, since being in congress has never cast a vote that was not also cast by his democratic colleagues has simply in fact been a democrat, know ing no section and feeling no sectionalism. Beat him if you choose, but beat him fair ly. JsTot with lies. !Not with anonymous cjlnnilprs. And- frr flip cntp nf rlomnprnlin cnnramonir ;r nccn.iH nnt vWii tko mo,i- about Vanderburg, after cM-r i w.nter quickly drew a young plover. In January last Oscar and Van derburg left home in search of employ ment in the lumber camps in the north woods. In a few days Oscar returned and reported that Vanderburg had left him, but he (Scott) had no knowledge of where he had gone. His wife about the same time gave out her husband had de Edmore, was thought oi the matter until last week, when m I all IT it was acciuemauy aiscoverea ov some former acquaintance that Oscar Scott and Vanderburg's wife were living together and had been since the latter's removal. Sus picion was excited and officers began a search for Vanderburg. They traced him to Edmore but here the trace was lost. preparations made for re-inforcements to leave for the east. U'OB PABMBRS. being ness anu inorougnness in tne manu- France facture of cheese, and each nartio.nlar agricultural district of France has attained a celebrity for the making of some particular variety of cheese, developing into a special and im portant industry. 0 can of foreign norts. It mav nerh&ns hp. Yesterday a half filled well was discovered saia that win be as desirable an The indications are that Cleveland will not have a walk-over at Chicago. There are thorns besetting his path. Phelps should be Missouri's next governor. shot himself, a fact which confirmed the -p. rr tt. , . T, 7 . more vigorously to the work of excavat or. M. H. Hinsdale Kenawee, 111., ad- injr, which soon resulted in bringing the vises us of a remarkable cure of Consump- body of the murdered man to light, with iact OI his uon. ne savs : a neijrnoors wne was attacked with, violent lung disease, and pronounced beyond help from Quick Con sumption. As a last resort the familv was persuaded to try DR. WM. HALL'S BAL SAM FOR THE LUNGS. To the aston ishment ol all, by the time she had used one half dozen bottles she was about the About a year as:o ex-Governor. house doiDS her own work- Jno. S. Phelps was being boomed as a prospective candidate for president What has become of that little boom let ? It seems to be dead or sleeping very soundly just now. POTATO BUG POISONS. Country Home. fMafii-rKorf in ma hinntrtr illrmnfoin - I . . . J' . j v A, J a- therailklg brought in and strained, sidence by the advance of settlement, fc k . t0 bJ - gt ; he began to move east, crossed the ail set int0 a kettle of boiH t Mississippi river, and now threatens goon M it reach ft to establish himself m Europe, hav- bdli int and t0 bubb ing taken passage by steamer and urSinFto lasg ja alreadv been seen crawlmg along the quays an1 MtJ A immediately. Keep it where it will not freeze, and when needed it is al ready for use. Plant out a few fruit trees every year ; it is the cheapest, easiest and best way to get an orchard, for where UUb lb waa BUUU lUUilU luau ne Was tne uwu piCJitj vx uaic auu yinuvj ui mo3t easily observed of any of our rich soil always can be found to do troublesome insects, and could be the job as it should be done, and it is readily poisoned by Paris sreen. adding so much more to the value of This i3 a cheap combination of arsenic tDe &rm. and copper, known to chemists as Onp nf th errand spot ?n fiwiw any hand in it other than consenting to it arseniate of copper, and in the be3t cqIvps a? in fppdincr nil 1?vp tnok it before hand and being cognizant of its con- Btate for use it contains frnm f5S in fiO V!' Ceding all live Stock IS summation afterwards. She is in custody. rl S ZZZ II to VDauge 10 anv Dew I00a graauauy, w fent u&e m and to ive no moretjan will be eaten on the premises occupied by Scott. The officers began digging in it to see what could be found, and Scott, who up to that time pretended to know nothing whatever he left him last revolver and immigrant as many that they send to us. When the persevering beetle first made himself known to Eastern far- mers, ne seemea to tnreaten tne rum unmistakable evidence of the murder. Scott lived but a short time. The wife confessed to the fact of the murder, but there is no probability that she had DOtato errowinr? has led to its adnltera. SHILOH'S VITALIZER is what you f From Every Point of the Compass SfD2: sold does not contain hdfW poison come the orders for SOZODONf. Sever p.;nninu J.L ofJ u that it should have. When ita n iii"; J.v auu lubcuia uci uuiuCi kJUlU. UJ I . x n. t trn I 7.JS 2 1 . l . T pounu 01 rne reen may rje niixea Crop Reports. IN DAKOTA. Yankton, Dak., July 3. Crop prospects were never better. Rain has been abund ant and well distributed. There is a small acreage of wheat this year,, about enough for home consumption. An increase in acreage of corn and flax of fifty per cenl. Corn stands five feet average and flax strong and vigorous. Oats and barley are very promising. Rye is ready to cut. The yield of everything will be much larger per acre than last year. Crops in the Red River valley are in fine condition and ten per cent, better than ihe same time last year. Acreage ten per cent, greater. IN MANITOBA. Winnipeg, Manitoba, July 3. The de partment of agriculture reports eive a highly encouring outlook in the province. The weather during the seeding was favor- ble for continuous and rapid work. The has such a demand arisen for any article of the toilet. Its most constant" patrons are among the sex born to be admit ed. Good looks conciliate, beauty fascinates. White teeth do more to augment personal comeliness than any other facial character istic. The ladies know this, and either to render the charm lasting or to secure it when wanting, apply SOZODONT, the most effective of tooth preparations. Use it systemically. The glory of man is his strength. If I you are weakened down through excessive ; study, or by early indiscretions, Allen's iirain Jbood will permanently restore all lost vigor, and strengthen all the muscles of the Brain and Body. 1 ; 6 for $5. At druggists or by mail from J. H. Allen, 315 First avenue, New York City. Bard & Miller. The Singers Gone. New York, July 2. Among the depart ures for Europe to-day were Marterua. Scaria, Winkelman, Nilson, and Theo dore Thomas. The latter goes to Switzer- 1 1 t . mi ttr ianu ior resi. xne v agner singers ex press themselves well pleased with Ameri ca and her attainments and prospects in music. HAY FEVER. From Col. J. Maidhof, of New York "I have suffered severely for the last ten years from Hay Fever in early and mid summer and in the fall. I desire in the in terest of my fellow sufferers to testify in favor of Ely'sCream Balm. My short use TCfnrr cio Aiw T?;;r. T3u- oi u aemonsiraiea us emcacy. j . xUAiD- in quickly relieving Costiveness. Head- H0F' 401 Braay. It is easily applied suues, jaeariDura ana au omer. Jsiiious troubles: twenty-five cents large bottles. At druggists. I can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to all Hay Fever sufferers, it beiDg, in my opinion, founded upon experience and a sure cure. I was afflcted with Hay Fever for twenty-five years- and never before found permanent relief. Webster H- The case of V. E. Shaw, charged with season is fully ten days ahead of last year, assaulting Joe Simpson, came up before May and the early part ot June was drv Judee Halstead vMtp.rdav. Thf cviHpnrA Hasktns. Marshfield.. Vt. but there was ample rain during the latter as adduced in the case went to show that My brother Myron and myself were part of June. The spring wheat area is Vic did not assault him, but simply de- both cured to all appearance, of Catarrh iuuciacu johjt per ceni over last year. lenaea nis ngnt m nrst oraermg ana alter- and Hay Fever last July and August. Up AN heat is doing well throughout the pro- ward putting the young man off his prem- to this date, December 28, neither have nad vmce ana territories, ine oats area is m- lses. beorge Longan appeared for Vic and any return of these troubles. Ely's Cream creased forty per cent. The yield is ex- made a most "brilliant'1 speech in his de- Balm was the medicine used. -Gabrtttt. pected to he small owing to bad seed. fense, The case was dismiss dd. Feheib, Spencer, Tioga County, N. Y. with a good aDDetite. Youner ani- mats, too, need to be fed more fre quently than older ones. In Slew England when the farmers have a low wet piece of ground that and be thoroutrhlv effective if armhWl not fit to sow until late, they plant in the morning when the dew is on lt with Hungarian grass, or some of the plants. If applied wet, half a he ?tner kmds of millet. Millet, rt with 150 to 200 pounds of plaster, pound to iorty gallons of water is strong enough. As it is insoluble in water, it must be frequently stirred when applied. London purple is much advertised, and has been used instead of Paris green with good results. This is an arseniate of lime and is a by-product in manfaeture of aniline dves. Be fore it was used as an insecticide it was of no value in commerce, and its cost is only in the packages and transportation. It should be sold any where at from 10 to 15 cents a pound. The efficacy of this poison appears to be nearly equal to that of raris green. It works more slowly, and its effects are not apparent until two or three days after its application. , It is much less poisonous to the hnman system than .Paris green, and is more adhesive to vegetation; its color readily indi cates where it has been used. Its most effective mixture seems to be one pound of purple to forty of flour or other substances. is saia, can De sown at any time in the season, and it is a very profitable fodder plant if fed with care. The Shropshire breed of sheep is taking, or has taken, the place of the Southdown. They are remarkably.; heavy for their size, and their wool is fine and long, and when wool and mutton are' desired, some breeders think them preferable to any other breed. A great many cows are dying from milk fever. Heavy milkers in good flesh should be kept on hay and bran a few days before and after calving. To allotf them their fill of pasture ' this year is very dangerous and fre- ' quently fatal. Jlt is a Well Known Fact I In the Diamond Dyes more coloring is given than in any known Dyes, and they zive faster and more brilliant colors. Ta cents at all druggists. They are a great' success. Wells, Kichardson & Co., Bur- Hngton, Yt. 1