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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO- TUESDAY, JULY 27, IStiy. WEEKLY BAZOO. 6edalia, Me. TUESDAY JULY 27. 186. AnnouDpementn. We are authorised to announce Richard field m a candidate for the office of judge of the circuit court for the sixth judicial Restrict, subject to the decision of the dem ocratic judicial convention. We are authorized to announce Wm. H. Iietbai as a candidate for the office of jndjge of the circuit court for the Sixth ju dicial district, subject to the decision of the democratic judicial conversion. WEATHER REPORT. Corrected daily for the Bazoo by C. O. Taylor, Horolegist and Optician, No. 108 Ohio street, for the twenty-four hours end lag at 9 o'clock p. m., July 25, 1886. IJg. THEB. BAB. WIND WEATH'B 7a7nl 79 29:19 SWTloudy. 1p.m. 86 29:14 SW I Cloud v. p.m. 76 29:12 SW J Fair. Extremes, 7S and 86. Notice to City Subscribers On and after July let all patrons of c ity circulation will be called on once a month for amount due and if they fail to pay, delivery will be stopped without further notice. No exceptions will be made to this rule. Seymour Selover, City Circulator for Bazoo. THE KID AND THK CRADLE. The hand that rocks the cradle Is the hand that rocks the world ; But the man thtt wakes the baby Will get his ear-locks curled. Mm York Time The man who owns a baby, If he's any man at all, Will himself arise and sooth it When she first beg'ns to squall. Aeic Orleans JVmes The man who walks the baby On very squally nights, Is he who's wife's the lady That shouts for woman s rights. New York Fvc'g PoM. The man 'who owns a baby And dares refuse to rock it, Had better go and poke his head Into his coat tail pocket. Pitbburg Tel. But of all the baby daddies The one who's most behind is The man who vows he never will Change tha thar young'un'6 didies, St. Louis Exchange A man may nurse the baby And feed it soothing tipple, But he looks extremely foolish When the yoang'un seeks the nipple. Clawing vainly at his breast, With quick, impatient hands ; And remarks with but a sorry jest, "That's how the matter stands' Ml Horsford's Acid Phosphate. FOR ALCOHOLISM. Dr. C. P. Ellis, WTabah, Ind., says prescribed it for a man who had used in toxicants to excess, for fift. en years, but during the last two years has entirely ab stained. He thinks the Acid Phosphate is of much benefit to him. Wanted. At this office, two or three good printer whe are sober, reliable and industrious men. Apply at the counting room. MERE MENTION. The funeral of Tom Farley, will take place from his late residence at 2 p. m., to day. mi 0 mm m mm lne colored loiks had a pic-nic at Wooldridges grove, yesterdav, which was largely attended, and much enjoyed. Jacob .Zunz was made happy yesterday ny tne arrival oi a very nandsome nine pannd lump of feminine sweetness. It is thought the father will survive. Mr. Frank M. Hooper and Miss Flor ence Schuster who ran away to Leaven worth, Kansas, from St Joseph, Mo., and were married by Justice Plowman, of Leavenworth, were re-married yesterday in St Joatjfr, at the Presbyterian church, Miss Schusters parents having forgiven her and brought the pair back home. itton Farmers. Call cm D. Blocker and tee the beet load oi spring and f aim wagons ever offer ed to the pnblic. 7-17 wit 1O0 Empjyfijrup Barrels for Sale Only 50 cents per barrel at Chas. Walker A Co's, Candy Factory, 314 Ohio street. 7-1 Is and wtf. Wants Her Children. Yesterday Sherifi Murray received a postal card from Mrs. Ahelina Mar tin of k Howard county, Kansas, offer ing a reward of $25 for information which will lead to the recovery of her four children, John Martin, Mary Martin, Charles Martin and Bernard Martin, The children aged respec tively 9 and 7 years and the last two are twins of two years. The card states that her husband, James Mar tin, stole the children from Moline, Kansas, July 20th and has not been since heard from. She pleads that as a solace to a "mother's aching heart" any one knowing of their whereabouts will communicate with her and receive a liberal reward. G A. R National Encampment. The national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic will commence at San Francisco next Monday. Special rates have been made to delegates, and a very large attendance is anticipated. A special consisting of an engine, baggage car and three coaches, passed through the city about 3 o'clock yesterday after noon. The coaches were decorated with the insignia and banners of the G. A. R. and contained about 250 delegates, composing a very fine look ing body of men. 9 9 - m Girard's Condition. William Girard, the old man who fell from the window of his room, over the Star saloon. Fhursday night, was resting as well as could be expected, but at times during the day suffered great pain. His son, Bert, who re sides at Fort Scott, arrived early yes terday morning in response to the tel egram notifying him of the accident, and is doing all in his power to render his unfortunate fathers condition as comfortable as possible. PERSONAL- A. F. Roth, of St. Louis, paid the fu ture capital a visit yesterday. Harry Smith hag been confined to his room for several days with sickness. Frank Trumbull, auditor of the Texas Pacific railway, is in the city. Geo. P. B. Jackson was among the passengers to Sweet Springs yesterday af ternoon. Mrs. Dr. R. T. Miller returned from Kirksville, where she had been visiting her sister. Rev. J. M. Plannett returned from a pleasant trip east where he has been for some time. Dr. Ed. X. Small will rest from his arderous professional duties at Sweet Springs today. Sadie Murphy, the little daughter of Scott Murphy, is -quite seriously ill with summer complaint. Supt. J. J. Frey, of the M., K. 6z T. went to Sweet Springs last evening to spend the Sabbath. E. M. Price, of Columbia, was in the the city yesterday and went to Sweet Springs to hear Sam Jones. N. H. Gentry and wife, Jake Miller and wife and quite a number of others went to hear Sam Jones yesterday. Max Joachimi, Versailles wide awake grain and tie dealer, was in Se- alia yesterday on his way to Kansas City. Jack Britten, the well-known old-time engineer, now a resident of Warsaw, was in the citv vesterdav, calling on "the boys." Mrs. H. H. Marean and her sister, Miss Ada Bouldin. arrived at midnight last night from El Dorado Springs, where they have been tarrying the past week. Jas. E. McCormick, of Sedalis, W. 2?ico'son, of Lincoln, Mo., Mahken & Kieffer, of Cole Camp, F. J. Snyder Fair field and D. Freehun, of Warsaw, are the new customers selling the Bazoo cigar, Gov. John P. St. John, of Kansas, the great temperance apostle of the new west, arrived in the city last night, and registered at Sicher & Doyle's. He wili go to Sweet Springs this morning at 9:50. J. L. Warren left vesterdav for Chi cago with three loads of fat cattle for that market, inev are now worm in unicago $4.65 per 100 pounds. The lunch houses on the route had better prepare lor Jim's appetite. Frank Tomblin, an old resident of Green Ridge, but who has for some time been in Indiana, returned home yesterday, and says Pettis county i good enough for him. He will reoccupy his farm near Green Ridge. C. C. Morse, of Windsor, who has been on a th ee months' tour looking after his contracts, arrived in the city yesterday on his way home. He is looking remarkably well, and says he visited twentv-one states J mf m during his trip. Z. T. Bailev, editor of the Lamonte Record and republican candidate for pro bate judge, spent the day in the city yes terday, being for the most time engaged in discussing the political situation. General Roadmaster P. Rockwell re turned from a business trip to St, Loui yesterday. He reports everything Dooming in hfs department, and says there is active preparations in all the de partments for very extensive improvements all along the road. OlBAim GROANS. They Were Heard Yesterday Star Saloon. An Old Man Falls From the Window of His bed Room, $u stain iiia- Very Serious and Perhaps Fatal Injuries. About 3:30 o'clock yesterday morn iofi, Jack FeaJer. a bar tender in tbe Star saloon and William Codling, who rooms in the building, beard some one groaning on the sidewalk and proceed ed to investigate the cause. They found William Girard, an old man, a painter in tbe employ of George . Dugsn, lying on tbe sidewalk on the west side of the building in a pool of blood. He was removed to his room up stairs and medical aid summoned. Drs. Ed. Small and Yancey of the hospital made an examination the unfortunate man's injuries discovering that both of his legs had been broken above the ankle. The f rsc ure of tbe left leg was such that the limb can be preserv ed entact, but the right leg was fract ured in a horrible manner, large pieces of bone being removed . While this limb may be saved, it will be lit tle short of a miracle if the unfortu nate man is not crippled for life. When it was first learned that Gi rard had fallen out of the window of his room, it was supposed that it was was while he was in a drunkeu condition, and also one CM' SO ED TO DEATH. DR. JNO. A. BROOKS. Tbe manager of the Sa camp meetings. DAMNABLE DYNAMITERS. They are Not All in Jail Yet, and Con tin ae Their Acts of Lawlessness. Notwithstanding the fact that so much has been done to allay tbe ill feeling existing between the late strikers, their mends and the new men and other employes of the railroad company, thete is a certain class of hoodlums and cowardly whelps who persist in keeping alive as far as possi ble the contentions and wicked feel ing which at one time bade fair to ruin the city. While a night ma- theorv chinist was at work on en- mf I .a .a a r ssv . . a was that he had lumped from mne bz on the north side ot the window, while suffering the old round house, a crowd of mis from an attack of delirium tremens, creants threw a shower of stones at A Bazoo reporter, upon investigation him. The machinist escaped unhurt, found that both of these theories are but the caseins: on the dome of mm incorrect. Girard is a man, a little the engine was badly defaced. more than fiftv vears of age, and. as The attention of city and railroad stated, is by occupation a painter, policemen is respectfully called to this For many months past he has been in outrage, and it is needless for the the habit of going on a spree Satur- Bazoo to suggest that tbe miscreants, day evening and continuing his pota- if they can be caught, should be se-. tions until Monday morning. He verely punished. would work steadily during the week, retraining trom anything intoxicating. DREADIT L DREW. save, perhaps, an occasional trlass of , , v m m W a m beer. LM night about 1U o clock he was He is Again Arrested for Car seen to go to the hvdrant near the corner of Main and Kentucky streets and procure a vessel full of water. At that time he wasperfectlv sober. Sub sequently he procured ten cents worth Robbing and Taken Monroe County to The amount of unsavory notsriety a man is capable of making for him- of beer from the Star saloon, which he self within a gken time seems to be carried to his room. an unknown quantity, governed by Girard was visited by a Bazoo re- circumstances and the amount of his , v Jm m m porter yesterday afternoon, and found energy. Unly a tew months ago the to be suffering considerable pain, al- Drew family resided in Sedalia and though entirely conscious. He says were looked upon as worthy, iadus- be retired about 11 o clock, but the tnous people. Uut when the strike heat being so intense he subsequently came old man Drew threw up his arose. took a seat in tne JOD and oecame one oi tne cnier agita window, where he sat smoking his tors and disturbing elements in the his pipe for some time. He thinks he community, and wound up not only must have become drowsy and turn- out of work and penniless but with a bled out of the window backwards, reputation so threadbare that turning a summersault in his descent even the "Noble Order for whom and alighting on his feet, resulting in he had sacrificed everything gave the fracture of both of his legs, as him the grand bounce and with Mar- stated, tin Irons he sought the seclusion of The unfortunate man, who for some Kansas wilds. During the same time years addicted to habits of dissipation his son, Walter, who was just enter- to such an extent as to cause his sepa- ng upon the threshold of manhood, ration from his family, is possessed of began to write himself a saloon bum, an excellent education, and is more libertine and rake, and finally a than usually well informed. He has thief and swindler. Not long since, two sons, one residing at Fort Scott Walter, who was brakeing on the and the other at Denison, Texas, north end, was arrested for burglariz- Both have been apprised ot the sad ing railroad cars in company with two calamity which has overtaken their companions. At a preliminary hea- father, and Burt, the one residing at ing only one of the tno, Adams, was Fort Scott, will probably arrive in the held. After his release Walter went city this morning. to Kansas and joined his father, and 77 z2 IT". a "tte later !t was given out that At the Hospital. he had marrried Martin Irons' Following are the admissions to the daughter. Soon afier he was arrested hospital yesterday: in conjunction with her unnatural rrank Murphy, section laborer, step-father charged with attempting Adair, I. T., rheumatism. to swindle her out of certain property Ed, Reed, section laborer, Parsons, at Resedale, Kas. Yesterdav an offi- Kansas, Chas. McGhee, section labor- cer passed through this city en route er, Bonnetts Mills, Mo., James Hale to Paris, Mo., having young Drew in and Frank Jones, section laborers, charge, he having been again arrested Kansas City, all with malaria. on the charge ot car robbing, and it J.N. Talbott, a brakeman- from is asserted this time with a certainty Parsons, Kansas, has a severe scalp of his conviction and sentence to the wound, received while passing under penitentiary. The officers, however, Batchelor bridge by being struck by are close mouthed as to the particu lars surrounding the case, and simply An Kx-Sedalui Brakeman Meets With tbe Had Fate So Com mon to the Fraternity. Mrs. Frank Moshier, wife of Con ductor Moshier of the Missouri Pacific, yesterday received a communication from Niles, Michigan, announcing the death of her brother John R. McCau ley, at that place last Tuesday, from injuries received while in the dis charge of his duty as a brakeman on the Michigan Central railroad. Mr. McCauley was engaged coupling cars in the yards at Niles station when he was caught between them an so badly crushed that he died in three hours. Mr. McCauley at tbe time of the ac cident resided at Niles station where he leaves a wife and two children. He formerly resided in this city where he was employed on the Missouri Pacific road and he has here a large circle of triends and relatives who will will deeply regret to learn of his sad death. He was a sober, industrious man and much liked by h:s compan ions and em plovers and his family and sister have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community here in their sad bereavement. MISSING. A St Louis Drnmmer Disappears He la Thought to Have Been Murdered the top beam of the briHge. T. P. Cordell was discharged. "Live and let live," is a selfish motto. Live and help live is the noble motto of the discoverer of Brown's Iron Tonic. Ten thousand pure women have been cured of the diseases peculiar to their sex, and help ed to live in health and happiness by Brown's Iron Tonic Price $1,00 per bot tle. For sale by Af erta 6 Hale. Not Going. "It has been rumored that I am going to remove from Sedalia. This does not look much like it, does it?" say that he and certain others are sure to be convicted. A Fowl Proceeding. Messrs. Johnson and Murohv. re- siding in the southern portion of the city tor some time past, have been engaged in raising and caring tor a handsome coop of plymouth fowls, but when they arose yesterday morn ing they found someone had been there and departed, bearing the fowls with them. Died. At Sweet Springs, July 23, infant I - m v. m ' said Mr. Dalby to a'reporter as he en- child of John Sullivan of Jefferson tered his new f'stAhlishmpnt rn Fifth Citv. street. I he body ot the infant accompanied The scribe admitted that it did not. by its sorrowing parents passed as he passed through the three stories through the city yesterdny enroule to of the mammoth building, accom- Jefferson citv for interment. panied by the proprietor, and found them all piled to the sealing with the heavy stock of groceries just received. Mr. Dalby said, "I assure you this croaking about hard times in Sedalia is half nonsense. Of course I have known trade brisker, but at present I have nearly all I can do and I am satisfied that within twelve months Sedalia will see the biggest boom she has ever had. The Picnic. The Southern M. E. church Sun day school picnic at Beam an station yesterday proved a grand success, the attendance being large, the fan im mense and the day all that could have been desired. I have been a severe sufferer from Catarrh for the past fifteen years, with dis tressing pain over my eyes. Gradually the disease worked down upon my lungs. About a year and a half ago I commenced using Ely's Cream Balm, with most grati fying results, and am to day apparently cured. Z. C Waren, Rutland, Vt My Daughter and mvself, great suf ferers from Catarrh, have been cured by Ely's Cream Balm. My sense of smell re stored and health greatly improved. C. IL STAirurr, merchant, Ithaca, N. Y. Easy to use. Price 50 cents. Four Large Gems Only 50 Cents. Photographs $1.50 per dozen for a short time only. Buffham', 313 and 315 La Mine street. 7-4sAwtf D. C. Chambers, a well-known St. Louis commercial traveler, in the em ploy of O. H. Peck ham's wholesale confectionary establishment has sud denly and unaccountably disappeared. He was last seen July 11th. He had just come in after a long trip, but for some reason failed to make his ap pearance at the store, though he was seen on the street by many of his friends. He had in his possession up on his arrival several hundred dol lars belonging to his employers, hav ing been collected from his customers a few days previous to his return to the city. His disappearance is shrouded in complete mystery. On the morniag of the day of his return he was met on the street by one of the employes of the firm. Chambers at that time stated that he had bad a very successful trip and a very good time, adding that he had collected $700, and had it with him. He made a few inquiries as to what had been going on during his absence, and the two spent several minutes in conver sation. It was Chamber's duty to re port at the othce on the morning of the 12th, and, as he had the repu tation of being exceedingly punctual and regular, his nonappearance caus ed considerable surprise. A SEARCH INSTITUTED. On Tuesday a message was sent to the house at which he boarded, and it was ascertained that he had not been there since June 25th, when be left to start on his journey. The firm placed every confidence in his integri ty, and any suspicion that he had ab sconded with the money never enter ed their heads, it being also obvious that had he intended to do so he would have had no object in returning to St Lonis at all. It was still hoped that some communication would be received from him. but the time which has now elapsed has obliterated all such expectations. His employer, Mr. Peck .im, has al ways had every csntidence in him, ana when asked concerning him, re plied : "Chambers was a highly respect able young man and had our entire confidence. For my own part I am quite certain that H18 ABSENCE IS NOT VOLUNTARY. He has been with us about two years. and brought with him an excellent character. This he has quite borne out, as he has been very successful in introducing business and verv accu rate and prompt in his accounts. I saw him last about a month ago, when he was about starting South on his regular trip. He was then in excel lent health and good spirits. It was. of course, his duty to report at the of fice and settle with the cashier as soon as possible after coming in, and as he arrived on Sunday, the 13 th, he ought to have been at the office on the suc ceeding Monday. I have very little doubt in my own mind but that he indiscreetly mentioned the fact that he had 9700 on him, and that he has been murdered for the money. If he had been only robbed I believe he would have had courage enough to report the fact, as his stae- a a & a a a a mem would nave been believed im plicitly. He was not married, but he was exceptionally steady, and I don't think he ever mixed in bad company." Mr. Chambers is described as fol lows : Alout five feet ten inches high, light build, broad shoulders, dark eyes and dark complexion. The detective force was notified to be on the lookout for him or some evi dence as to what became of him. Mr. Chambers has frequently been in Sedalia and Sweet Springs and has a number of friends in this section of country. ( HOW AND WHEN TO EAT. Directions for Person Desiroms of Avoid ing Indigestion. Never eat food when not needed simply to save it, for in doing so, it is twice wasted. It is thrown away in the stom ach, as it Is not transformed into healtfc and strength, hut becomes a source of disease and suffering. It had better be thrown upon the land, to reappear m the form of vegetation. Never eat at bed time, nor when very much exhausted, nor in great haste, for in so doing the seeds of dyspepsia are easily sown. If you have not time f eat a fair meal properly, you wil! by eating just what you can eat lik a intelligent being, taking it so moder ately that it may be well chewed and mixed with saliva, so that it may be di gested, as that only is of any import as - in the promotion of health and strength. Never harbor the foolish and absurd idea that the richer your food is im Sease, spices, the sweets and the Mke e more nourishing it will be ; for the plainer food contains the most available nourishment, bread being the ' staff oi life." The complicated dishes are often so difficult of digestion that even less strength is obtained from them thaa from one-half of the quantity of plain and substantial food, while some kinds of so-called rich foods exhaust more strength in the vain attempt to digest them than they can afford, making an actual loss ! Never hurry unnecessarily, or at tempt to do more labor than you can1 fairly do, unless sure of having ample time in the future to rectify errors or to be sick ! Never eat between meals, not even oi fruits, if you are at all troubled with in digestion, or are willing to become a dyspeptic at some time. No amount of hard work will justify lunches, as the stomach can not digest food when taken so irregularly, nor well dispose of more than three meals each day. Never take ice cream or ice water at your meals, or during the digestion of them within four hours after taking them when satisfied that a ''cold din ner" will prove unfavorable in your case, as ordinary food is never half as cold as these articles! (It is not neces sary to be governed wholly by onr tastes, especially when that is vitiated by bad habits.) dolden Rule. The Chinaman is not incapable aft humor. Gin Fan, a Sacramento lanr dryman, has Joined the Anu-Cooly League, and posts over the door of his washee-honse the sign, "The Chinese lust go. None hat Melican man em ployed here,1' There is fun in Gin fun. &m FrmmoUco JUm For Exchange. Plenty ox good farms to trade for city property. Apply to B. Shobe A Co., cor- and Ohio. jer Fourth ai ll-29dtr Wall Papef ALL STYLES, FOR Houses, Churches, Stores an Bar Rooms. T.AKGE Mail Orders Prompter Attended to. C. S. DEXTER & CO., Feceuf St., SEDALIA, MO. THE W, J, TRUXEL MUSIC CO 216 OHIO STREET. DEALERS UH PIANOS, ORGANS, And everything in the music line. Oniero for tuning and repairing promptly attended to and satisfaction guaranteed. All goods warranted as represented. OTlnER CiV PTTRT TPATTOV " J A. ' ' m. mm, v. m STATE OF MISSOURI, 1 County or Pettis, I ' In the Circuit Court of Pettis county. June 4th, 1886, May term, 1886. John B. Rennison, plaintiff, vs. Mary Marlin, '"Sis" Marl in and Charles Patton, defendants. Now, at this day, comes tha plaintiff herein, by his attorneys, Sangree & Lamm, and said plainlifl having at the January term 1886 of this court, filed his affidavit, alleging, among other things, that defend ant, Charles P atton is not a resident of the state of Missouri, at which said term of court an order of publication was mde, hot not published, whereupon said order of publication is renewed, and it is ordered by the court that said defendant, Charles Patton, be notified by publication that Elaintiil has commenced a suit against im in this court, the object and nature of which is to partition the following scribed real estate, situate in Pettis countyt Missouri, to-wit : The northwest quarter of section thirty-four (34), township forty eight (48) range (20) and unless the said Charles Patton be and a d pear at this court, at the next term thereof, to be begun and holden at the court house in the city of Sedalia, in said county, on the first Monday of September next, and on or be fore the sixth day of said term, if the term shall so long continue and if not, then on or before the last day of said term answer or plead to the petition in said cause, the same will be taken as confessed, and judgment will be rendered accordingly. And it is further ordered that a copy , hereof be published, according to law, in the Sedalia Weekly Bazoo a news- Rper printed and published in Sedalia, ttis county, Missouri for four weeks successively, the last insertion wheeL shall be at least four weeks before the coa? mencement of said September term of this court. Attest : B. H. Ingram, Circuit Clerk. By M. W. Brady, Deputy Clerk. A true copy from the record. Sangree A Lamm. o- zvwiv, riainun s Aiwrnevs.