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l'HE SKDAIjIA WJiJiK.Ltf BAOO. TUESDAY JUNE 21, loo7. "Hilled By a Train at Jackson ville, Illinois. DICK LINDSAY Drew a Hoe on Him. m Ben Suavely, vegetable raiser near MOwiy, wa nrresten tnis morn ing ou his truck wagon, aud taken before Ej. Halsted, od the complaint !oi Fred Bohfo). an emnlnvt , who A dispatch over the Western charges Snavely with having drawn Union wires was received just before la hoe on him, to-wit, Bohlen, June nvn to-day from John R. Kuollen-' 1 1, and otherwise acted contrary to burg, coroner, bv the Citizens' Na-' the peace and dignity of the state, tional bank of Sedalia. which read : The trial is set for next Saturday, fir . J n T Fas EaWis Mb ! Suavely giving the necessary bund Returned checks found on man killed m ppiauice. by tran. show name to be Richard Lind say. Any disposition of body, wire me immediately. (Signed.) Jxo. K Knollfsbiik., Coroner. This .iispatcb was the first intima tion to any one in Sedalia that a man bad bees killed bv a train at Jakon- A meeting of the Tri-Conuty Medi cal association (Vernon, Bates and C ass) will be held in Moore's Opera I House, Nevada, the rirst Thursday in July. The last meeting was held I at Rica Hill, when Nevada was se- 1.1 o vilie, and immediately imiuuv was? set i i l n r 0 J i meeting, and the following committees on foot bv the Bazoo in the matter, i . f , , r. , . , - , T. appointed: On arrangement, Drs. Lmdsav. who was a tanner near Dres- tv j u g, u i . . - ,. i ar rlovd. Harris, Callawav and ilson ; dec, in this countv, has wen in Ken- - . i v ' a u u BROKE IN THREE, A Car and a Couple of Truck 1 1 And Two Tramps Damaged. W ill Take a Change of Venue. The following taken from the Clin ton Democrat in reference to a A SCHEME IdentitieH'Him. biMuan-k Ti taM A Bismarck woman was well-known resident of this city will i By Which Interested Parties about the wreck. She had It was reported last night that a disastrous wreck had occurred about three miles west of town on the main line of the Missouri Pacific, by which three freight trains had been knocked into a cocked hat, and any number of tramps and railway employes been more or less injured and killed. In vestigation disclo.ed that there had been a break in one section of a freight train, and that the section behind it had been stopped in sufficient time to prevent a piling up disaster. It seems that the first section of be read with some interest. Quite an excitement has been created in Osage township, St. Clair county, five miles below Taborville, by the arrest of George L. Yeater, a well known and extensive stock deal er residing in Sedalia. He had leased a large pasture from the es tate of Waldo P. Johnson and placed in it 3uhf head of Texas cattle which he Hope to Find Relief mqi. expr ted that was her husband on the train throwu from the bridere. The conductor did not know of a man of The occasional s j uib in the Bazoo her name on the train, but -a id a in regard to the nuisance at Second man who was talking about the and Ohio streets, in the shaje of more ; "Missouri slope " just before the than several English I-parrows, has 1 accident occurred was killed, set several ireuiures of Sedaiia to work j "How did he talk, enthusiast a ly, to devise sme -chenie to get rid of or indifferent V the multitudinous birds. It was sug- "Enthusiastically verv.'' brought to this state last February. ; gested at one time t procure a couple "Oh, indeed. What were hi Mr. Yeater was arrested on the 17th or so of sparrow hawk in m the coun- words :"Well, as I remember day of May, charged with raking m-(try ami turn Imtm loose Oa the caav oar was King on top of him, an tectums cattle into bt. I bur county, i tenng community at the corner in- on a warrant sworn out by two eiti-: dicated. h it this was deemed zens named Allison and Barber. He1 not was taken before a justice and held tucky all winter, audit was not known that he had come to Ulinok His brother-in-law, If. K. Priest, .x countv collector, was handed the tele gram, and he telegraphed the news to Dicks's mother, who is at Jefersoo City. The surmises in regard to the death ! feren: to narrow down to the conclu bob that Lindsav, who has an aunt! a: Jacksonville, got off a train at that i town, and was run down and killed. ! He was very deaf, and crippled in th right arm. nd was otherwise affiicted. ice ueceasei was aoout tnirtv year- of age. all right, and the second section, in charge of Conductor Sulli- Dulin, Poppeiweu and A merman. ! van, broke in two places tm the geade. One hundre l physicians from the One car and a couple of trucks,on the the freight going west passed up the j under guard, and finally released on a heavy irrade this side of Dresden possible, upon mature reflection. A trentlemau, who hold an official position in the city government, bond ui 8500 and a day set fora hear- makes the proposition t buy a our o,,r.. ,i inti..o fti t iwmv m thi lot or t tiea: iiome-ne. ano nan M L ' v r a mm. i , - . , K I I , m r k V . mm" w neiennornood. Mr. l eater came to three eoBBtief present. are exected to be 6ARRETT PAYNE, Wedded This Morning at Kesideuee ot the Bride's Parents. the rear part, were run into, ami so scat tered along and across the rails that the passage of trains was imjwssible. The third section of the train got as far as the wreck and then returned to Sedalia. The wrecking train and its crew were dispatched to the sceue at midnight, and by four morning had the track Clinton and stopped at the residence of his brother-in-law, W. II. C ock, where he has since leen ill from a severe bilious attack. He could not attend the trial, and was scarcely able to 1m? in town to-day. Mr. Yeater thinks that so much ex ci ten lent has leen created over the matter that it will be nev.-sarv !r 1 1 .1 1 1- ! . 1 ociocK this nim to taae a cnange or venue irom clear. The ; that township. He thinks that he Temporarily Unbalanced. The police yesterday afternoon were j notified that a young woman was in i the neighborhood of Mr. B. H. In-! gram's in Southeast Sedalia, whose actions indicated that she was dement ed. The officers went out there and found the woman to be Fanny Kohl, daughter of a tailor on West Second street, wandering around the vicinity. She was brought down into town, and i temporarily kept in custody, and short ly afterward escorted to the home of her parents, where she has a bright little boy of three or four years of age. It is presumed that Miss Kohl's tempo rary dementia will pass off in a few days, and her normal state of mind and health be resumed. Supposed to Belong Here. In the local brevities of the Globe -Democrat this morning is an item reading : J. P. Wilson, supposed to belong in Sedalia, Mo., was locked up in the Four Courts yesterday, acting strange ly and as if somewhat demented. He was at the Western Union Telegraph office sending strange messages when he was noticed and taken in charge. He will be held to await word from his friends. McCluer Goes to Jail. Bunce McC! tier's trial in Justice Halsted's court yesterday evening for flourishing a revolving pistol in a rude and threatening manner in the pres ence of Thos. F. Crain and one Mailey, ended in a fine of $50 being imposed upon McCluer by the justice. The commitment to the jail, however, reads ''Five days' imprisonment in the county jail," and it is natural to suppose that the justice, on second thought, commuted the sentence of Bunce to this less degree of punishment. The wedding of Miss Sallie A. Gar- i rett and Mr. Simeon R. Pavne took place this morning at SfcaU o'clock, at I the residence of the bride's parents, ' Mr. and Mis. C. Garrett, of North ! Sedalia. Miss Garrett is a handsome and vivacious blonde who is well Known in tins citv ana has many friends. Mr. Payne was formerly in the employ of J. W. Truxell, but is at present in business in rayette, Mo., and is a popular and pleasan gentleman. The ceremony was per formed by Rev. B. F. Boiler, of the Congregational church, in a solemn and impressive manner, in the pres- euce of onlv immediate friends and relatives about thirty in all. The bride wore a dress of cream nun's veiling made with a panel of lace at the right side of the petticoat and the long full draperies t cmlit on a caught up the left side with erros z. : ni night express east bound, due at 1 1 : V p. m., lay at Dresdeu, and arrived in Sedalia at rive o'clock this morn ing. Several tramps were discovered to be stealing a lide on the train, and two of these were injured. The others escaped unhurt, and were not seen after the break. Those hurt were brought back to Sedalia and taken to the railway hospital for treat ment. They were white men, and gave their names as John Hoage, of lx- Xl IT T 1 1 ew lorK, ana dames nanranan, oi Ohio. corsage R. D. Hancock s Will. The late will of Roswell D. Hancock, which was admitted to pro bate January 15, 1887, was filed for record in the recorder's office this morning. The provisions of the last testament of the deceased were pub lished in the Bazoo at the time it was probated by Judge Bailey, and it is not necessary to repeat them now. Mr. Hancock was a farmer near Camp Branch, and left a wife and seven children. Wants A Divorce. Mrs. Nellie Gilpin, who lives at Nineteenth and Hancock, applied to 'Squire Fisher this afternoon for ad vice in the matter of securing a di vorce from her husband, whom she married in Arkansas, and whom she has not seen or heard of for two or three years. She has been compelled to earn her own living and that of her child since. The justice put her on the right track to obtain the re quired freedom in law from her re creant spouse. Broke Jail. Fred Jones, 17 years old, about 5 feet 4 inches high, dark complexion, blue eyes, dark hair, smooth face, stoppage in speed, had on checked shirt with bine sleeves and blue col lar, brown overalls, old black hat, stogy boots, broke jail at Butler on the night of the 12th inst., so a postal from Sheriff G. G. Glazebrook in forms the Bazoo. A reward of $50 is offered for his apprehension. All dental work warranted first -cla. Extraction 5 cents. Taos. H. WiLsoa. Ohio street between Third and Fourth. '5-24wl2t. grain ribbon loops and ends (cut square at the neCv and filled with lace and at the left side a boquet of marschal neil and nephitos roses, hair high and ornamented with a silver crescent. The groom wore black, with cream tie and boutonnaire of helio, trope and white car nations. There were no atten dants. After the ceremony and congratulations, the wedding guests were invited to the refreshment room where a breakfast of cold meats of several kinds, salads, rolls, ices, fruits, jellies, coffee, lemonade and a variety of cakes was served on prettily ornamented tables. Quite a number of presents including glass ware, silver ware, a large hanging lamp, books, etc., were received. Mr. and Mrs. Payne left directly after the ceremony and breakfast, for Longwood where they will be the guests of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. Payne and where they will be tendered a re ception. After a few days spent at that place they will go to Fayette. Mo., where they will in future reside and where a suite of rooms have been already fitted up for their use. The only guests present at the wed ding from a distance were Mrs. Anderson, of Rich Hill, Mo., an aunt of the groom, and Mrs. N. M. Smith a sister of Mrs. Thos. Garrett of Boone, Iowa. The Bazoo congratulates Mr, and Mrs. Payne and wishes them peace, prosperity and happiness. After the wedding festivities were over a christening cere mony took place, by Rev. Boiler as follows : Madge Smith, the ten months' old child of Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Smith was christened, also the seven months' old daughter of Mr. Thos. Garrett. The latter was christened "Lenoir." m Bapple-Doerbanm. The wedding of Miss Maggie Bap pie and Mr. George W. Doerbaura, of St. Louis, as announced in Sun day's Bazoo, took place last night at the residence of the bride's parents. Rev. Plannett performed the ceremony in the presence of about thirty guests. An elegant supper was served and a number of handsome presents were received. Miss Lillian Decker and Mr. Bert Williams acted as attendants and Mrs. Doerbaum left this morning for Kansas City and from that point will go to St. Louis where they will in future reside and where they will be tendered a handsome reception at the home of the groom's parents on Chorf teau avenue. Commencement Exercise The commencement exercises of St. Anthonys academy under the direction of the sisters of St. Joseph took place to-day at the academy. The programme cousi.-ted of essays, music ana recitations ana reiiecteti concerned. The ontinue through this has been unjustly assailed, from the fact that he brought his cattle into the. state at a time permitted under the law, and now ha them in a pas ture where other cattle cannot mingle - it down troin the top t the r- aiees, which sanBOCml the David and Curran buildings, and Firsl National Bank, aud thus shu: otf from the sparrows the have BMBOBOltted for some time. Another ?cheme, which it is an nounced will be tried IMS even iug about ten o'clock, when the street is roosting and last the ne was m an argument with aiv tiier passenger, who was also about sou. tv.cU out. The last words he said Bete : 'I tell you, my friend, if yu sav thai KBBBVeh won't have another u:: road tl lis -year you are a -iiai Then turning hi eyes u the nan wh escaped, he said : ; If yon ibI th;U lot you had better close the deal quick. There will be three i re roa!s in Bismack this vear: eler'rio phees iBev lifhts Wave been seeBivd, water i rks VA AMn.AI I " 1 1 1 9 1 1 1 1 is pic-ruii'icu . win oe out tie UleM ! ! I : r seateBCt was finished. "Ah, yes 'twas he," the TO IBM Bllll Blared in a heart-broken : m "but did he make the sale? anu do eomparati vely quiet, is the idea of an you really think we will have an tb electrician, wm proposes to lay a , railroad this year T ni"fniv-cnarrel wire alunL' tne inner edge of tke Barrow ledge apoa which the sparrows pereh all nfcrht and shock the whole c condition that will render them ea.-v ntrreiratiou He Held the Fort A crav man, bv name Wetterlind, iut a recently terrorized the Swedish : wn DRAMATIC. evening and promise to be interest. ot much My daughter was troubled with Heart Disease for five years, riven up by physi cians, had sinking spells, constant pain, Sat swelling over her heart extending to t arm, and severe spells of neuralgia, extending over entire body, doctors could not help her. Dr. Graves' Heart Regula tor cured her within three months. Jas. Tilton, Concord, N. H. $1 per bottle at druggists. Struek by Lightning:. Seven Hue cows were struck by lightning and killed last Friday night, on the farm of Mrs. Hull, nee Gen try, two miles southeast of Dresden and about five miles from Sedalia. The cattle were found dead alongside of a wire fence, and it is surmised that this, perhaps, was a factor, in con junction with the lightning, in their sudden demise. Railway Changes. The following changes will take effect to-morrcw, by order of F. B. Drake, Superintendent Missouri Pa cific Railway Company, and approv ed by General Superintendent Wm. Kerrigan : Mr. J. B. Flanders is relieved of the charge of the Kansas City Sec tion and Lexington Branch, and his jurisdiction is extended over the .Ne vada & Minden Railway and the Den ver, Memphis and Atlantic Railway, Cbetopa Division, in place of J. D. Gunn, resigned. Mr. H. F. Parke is appointed di vision superintendent in charge of the Kansas City Section and Lexington Branch with headquarters at Sedalia. The title of Sam'l Hunt is changed from train master to division superin tendent In refering to the above changes in position, the Bazoo desires to congrat ulate Mr. Parke on his well deserved promotion. He is a young man who has advanced step by step, and this latest change in his official position is a recognition of his sterling business qualificatians and thorough railroad ability. Kissed Us All Around. Some little time ago a young lady, who had been teaching a class of half- grown girls in the Sunday school of Dr. B. s church, Brooklyn, was called away from the city, rendering it nec essary to fill her place. The superintendent, after looking over his available material for teach ers, decided to request one of the young gentlemen of the congregation to take the class. It so happened that the young man upon whom fell the superintendent's cnoice, was exceedingly bashful so much so, that he insisted upon the superintendent going and presenting him to the data. Accordingly the two gentlemen appeared on the little platform, and the superintendent be gan : "Young ladies, I wish to in troduce to yon Mr. C. , who will in future be your teacher. I would like to have you tell bim what your form er teacher did, so that he can go right ob in the same way: " Immediately a demure miss of four teen years arose and said : "The first thing our teacher always did was to kiss us all around.1 Minnie Maddern is still starring in ' Caprice." Henry K. Abbey has takeu a cottage at Hamptonwyck, England, for the summer. Frank Mayo has made a success of his dramatization of "The Three Guardsmen." George Denham, the comedian, has been re-engaged bv Joe Jefferson for hib next staring tour. William Cullington, one of the late John T. Raymond's company, has made a hit in the leading role in 4For Congress." George Fawcett Rowe, play wright, actor and comedian, is going to spend his summer in Exeter, En gland, the home of his aged mother. Mme. Minnie Hauk has had her portrait painted by Munkaczy, the famous Hungarian artist. The lady appears in a walking costume, wearing a Gainsborough hat. Frederick Paulding has been re engaged for another season to support Margaret Mather. Mr. Paulding has held the same position with distinc tion for several years past. Minnie Maddern and her sister Mary are going to Europe. Miss Maddern is no longer an experiment as a star. That she could achieve success with a play of material so slender as "Caprice'' is sufficient to justify her continuance in the stellar ranLs. Mr. Josetfy told me the other day an amusing incident of which he was a witness at the Metropolitan Opera House at a Patti performance. Adelina had just finished warbling one of her most fascinating airs, when a pompous and important looking usher, whom he first mistook for one of the stock holders of the company, walked down the middle aisle and addressed two very unmetropolitonlike looking gentlemen, asking them to show their seat checks. They most readily com plied with the request. "You are in the wrong house," said the usher. "You belong to the little theatre across the way- "Oh. we do, do we ? We bought them tickets at the cigar stand in our hotel, and we ain't a going to be bounced out in that fashion. We've come to see 'Erminie' and we are go ing to see it out." "But this is not 'Erminie' they are singing." "What, this ain't 'Erminie?' And wasn't that Pauline Hall who was singing just now V' "No sir; that was Mme. Patti." "I thought so," said one of the critics. "Pauline's middle register is more extensive, besides she don't wear so many clothes." "Yes," said the other, "and she sings a darned sight better." with them. His character and re-1 to capture aud put in bags. It is de putatiou as a stock n an preclude the charge that he would indie' infected stock ujhui any community. "(jet outen the rye, you sliektail 'pos sum, You can't kelch a coon with SBSBebsfrj blMiii !" Said a CSBoeser to his druggist, when he handed him a buttle of iron bitteis, io stead of Brown Iron Tonic hi- favorite metlciiK. .Sld by Mertz A Hale. ot Uotebofg for more than a whole week. He had locked himself ir the . a m m a a i iiieti that a reataurauter ot a ne)t:h- top storv oi a nuse, whence he -jrn- bn ring citv is backing the electrician manded a wide sweep of street, and in the e.erinient. i marked and tired at any and every- 1 he preparations lor the slaughter ! bodv who approached. After Ik- had are being made this afternoon, and if shot one man dead firemen attempted everything works favorably and the to drown him out, but could net iret conditions are correct, the electticttj near enough, as the man was a liead will rive the little birds a consider- shot. Thev next made iron shields bay surprise partv between dusk and i to protect them in the approach, out midnight. Gambling in Mexico A dsOai distance from the church, booths are erected, from which pro ceeds the music of harps and goitais. Id them the visitors to GbbbbIbBI may gratify any loudness they may have for the great national vice gambling The strauire, harsh cries of those who have charge of the games, as they call out the details of stakes to be offered and the result of each deal and play, are positively re pulsive. The group of players in each oootn comprises men, women, and even children, of every class, in about the proportion in which the several classes exist in the country. There are small stakes and large ones, and the variety ot games by which the appeal to chance is made, seems endless. The players chat and laugh as they play, and though they watch the games very closely, and if their money lasts, play sometimes all night long, there is none of that fev erish or excited look about them which is noticable in the faces of gam blers elsewhere. It is evident that the Mexicans gamble entirely for the sport there is in gambling. They win or lose with the same happy look, the same gay laugh. these proved too cumbersome. attempt to dislodge the I Baal Why the Crow is Black. The Indians of the extreme North west had some very remarkable le gends about the creation, in which the crow takes the leading part, bring ing order out ot chaos. Perhaps the most curious was that which ac counted for the raven coat ot the crow. One night, while making a tour through his dominions, he stop ped at the house of Can-nook, a chief, and begged for lodging and a drink of water. Can-nook offered him a bed, but, on account of scarcity of water, refused to give him anything to drink. When all the rest were asleep the crow got up to hunt for the water butt, but was heard by Can nook's wife, who aroused her husband. He, thinking that the crow was about to escape, piled logs of gum wood up on the fire. The crow made desper ate efforts to fly through the hole in the roof where the smoke escaped, but Can nook caused the smoke to be den ser and denser, aud when the crow finally regained the outer air he had black plumage. It was previously white. Z. L. White, in the Ameri can Magazine. An :v throwing dumb-teiis charge-1 ith electricity at him had tote abandon ed. A barricade was then ere ted around the house by the police and a regidar -iege laid to it. The hraatN stood it a week before he was starved out, and was then seized by strategy, too weak to defend himself. He had wounded a number of people BBBl ail perch during the singular campaign. Public Offices for Women Ne York World. Brooklyn has followed the example ot Philadelphia, Boston and Chicago, and henceforth will have a woman officer or matron in every police station in the city for the purpose of searching and caring for arrested women. This is so obviously a decent, humane and sensible arrangement that the wonder is that it should be anytiiing of a noveit v. It still remains for New York City to aoopt the reform. But if Brooklyn has preceded New Vrk in this respect, the latter is ahead in in the matter of women as School Commissioners. Next month the Mayor of Brooklyn will make appoint ments to the School Board, aad he will do wisely to follow the very successful example set him on this side of the East River. The installation of women as public officers in police stations or in school boards is a manifestation of the woman movement that is based upon utility. It is net complicated by abstract principles of political equality, but adds something that is needed to special branches of of the governmental machinery. As the rights of being educated and of going to prison are not denied to women, they can safely be represented in the management of school and of prisons at least. Chicago's New Password. Chicago Tribune. Wife Cyrus, this is a pretty time for you to be coming in. It's half an hour past midnight. You've been at the club again, drinking. Husband (with impressive gravity and maintaining his equilibrium with much effort) M'ria, my dear, you do me injustice. I was caught on jury. Couldn't get off till a few minute- ago. Came straight home. Wife You are deceiving me, Cyrus, sav memomand ransanctificadu bandanalfeloipedoni8emically. Husband (cautiously) Certainly, m' dear. Memoran raoran band ansae t (getting restless and letting go all holds) G'out o' my way, mad am ! If I can't get into my own house Salesmen Wanted. To solicit orders for our reliable nursery stock. Good salary and expenses or, com' mission. Permanent employment guaran teed. Address at once, stating age, Snell & Rowland, Nurserymen, 4-ow2aa 8t Louis, Mo. Must Earn Her Pay. Pott'Dupatch. The Queen's refuaincr to exhibit herself in robe and crown in the 'thout iving 'ferala password I'll re- 1 1 . 1 t ! S jubilee procession is not only ungra- g11 48 naa 0 lDls muy. uway : cious but ungrateful. What else is she there for, and what else can she do at her time of life in return for the 'vast sums lavished upon her progeny, several generations of which are now billeted upon the tax-payers of her realm? There is nothing left of monarchy for British loyalty to hur rah over but the crown and trappings of royalty, and no doubt she is tired showing herself in them, a mere lay figure, decorated with the blazonary of a kingly power that is dead. But in retusing, sne merely goes on a MmmM mW ' sbswaaCaiM,aa Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup shoal always be used for children teething. It sooths the child, softens the gums, allays : 1 i : r : i m strike against doing anything at all wmT for diarrheas Twenty-five cents a for her pay. j ttle 7-31eodAwl?