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SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO.
SEDALIA, MO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1889. NUMBER 12. VOLUME 21. . . 5 for Infants and Ohiidren, "Catori& is so well adapted to children that 1 Castorla cures Colic, Constipation, irecommenditassupcnortoanyprescription ggr Sumach . Phcea, ctouon. fcaowntome." H. A. Archkb, 5L D., I gestion, 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Without injurious medication. The Centaur Cosipajtf, 1S2 Fulton Street. N. Y. U '1 K V AeUffessdJ llUUiUUU Mill), vjm-m ! mm mm v b mm j w mm Mr w at Mm MM MX Mm at n m - rmw-t .4 IT t AIK-Vf u SOLE AGENTS FOR Cool Stones ! I "QUICK MEAL" Gasoilne AND " 3 EWETT'S The best goods to be had. Headquarters for Hardware, Cutlery, Stoves S Tinware, Granite and Jaoancd :e Bird Cages, Force and Chain Pumns, Gi. mechanics' Tools, Fly Foor3 and Windows, ire Serene, House Furnish ing Goods. All Goods Guaranteed as Repre sented cr MONEY Refunded. Large Assortment Low Prices. -SEE US BEFORE BUYING. 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Gallic, 105 and 107 West Main St., Dealer in all kinds of farm imple ments. Buggies, surries and carts a specialty. ASK I0UB GROCEKYMEN For G. W. Allcorn's Pure Kettle Rendered Lard, Star Hams, Shoulders and BacGDo Co. THE PA lit. rpj,n l of T)nv nf flio Hi-nof !iA Fair. The Fair Pronounced a GrOftt; Success by tbe Public -the Twenty-Mile Inter State Kace. FOURTH DAY The weather to-day was perfect ami the attendance at the fair was fairly gootl, hut not as great as was expected. The fact is apparent that the masses are a little lir d t i hase hall and it has ceased to be a ere it drawing card. The rrce between Misses Whi.e and Williams which has been an nounced for to-uiorrow afternoon, is the talk of the town, and if the day is fa'r a bis crowd will he present ISoih of the j ladies were on the grounds to day looking fre-h and bright and expressed themselves ready to undertake the 10-:nile race. -Mis White has perfectly recovered from the efivcts of her fall. The judges of the various classes wero buy all forenoon making awards, and on account of e'elay for various causes the awards could not be had iu the most cf the classes in time for this issue of the Bazoo. Yesterday Alternooirn Proceed Iiiuv THE LADY KIPEKS. Special prizes were oGered for the best ladv riders as follows : A 2S gilar by J. W. Truxel ; a $10 riding whip by Philip H&hn ; a beautiful gold pin by F. R Meyer & Bro. and a $o bouuut by MibS Mary Whitehead. Tnere were three entries for the contest, Miss Lizzie Williams, of Topeka, Kan , aud Misses Myrtle and Anna Cole, daugh ters of Mr. J. W. Cole, of Pettis count?. The committee at first decided to award thp fiist prize to Miss Myrtle Cole but on reconsideration the blue ribbon was given to Miss Williams and a red one to each of the other ladies. CLASS (J SWINE, BERKSHIRE. H. B. Scott, director. Best boar 1 year old and undf r 2. There were two entries by J. M. and F. A. Scott, Huntsville. and J. W. Cole, Sedalia. Tne first premium was awarded to Scott anil the sceond to Cole. Best sow 2 years old and under. There was only one entrv, J. M. and F. A. Scott. The first premium of $8 awarded. The same party also took the first premium for brst sow 1 year old and under 2 and for the best sow 6 months ola and under 1 There was byt a single entry in each. For best pair of pigs under G months old There were two entries, each by J, if. and A. F. Scott aud J. W. Cole. The first pre mium was awarded to Scott and the cecond to Cole. CLASS G SWINE, POLAND CHINA. H. B. Scott, director. For best boar 2 years old and over there was but one entry, J. A. Hughes of Wind sor. The premium was awarded without contest. For best boar 1 ye3r old and under 2. entries were made by M. T. Eicks of Sedalia and J. A. Hughes & Son of Wind sor. The first premium was awarded to the former and the second to the latter. For best boar 6 months old and under 1 year, M. T. Ricks was awarded the first and H. B. Scott the second premium. No other entries. M. T. R'cks was also given the first on the best sjiv, 2 years old and over. io otner enti v. For best sow 1 year old au.l unOcr 2. There was only one o-i ry, J. A. Hughes, of Windsor, who itctiisd the firs.;, pre mium. For the best sow l months old and un der one year, t o e were three exhibitors, M. T. Kicks. J. A. Hughes it Son and II. B, Scott. 'J he br&t premium was aw. in led to Ricks and the second to Hughes. For tin lust pair of pigs under G months old. there were three exhibitors, with four : ui-s, M. T. Ricks, J. A. Hughes & Son and ,1. W. Cole. Hickd won both pre miums on his two entries. CLASS K HORSES. There were four contestants for the prize of $15 and $7.50 offered by Minter Bros, for the best pair of mares or geldings for carriage and bugey as follows: E. W. Stevens, "W. T. Btrry and D. Berry, of Se dalia, and C. Logsden of Blackburn. The first prize was awarded to Stevens, and the second to Logsden. THE RACES YESTERDAY. For want of time, only three of the four races set for yesterday afternoon took place. Tbe first, a free-for-all trot for four purses $200, $100, $60 and $40 was one of sol id interest to the great crowd of spectators, as well as horsemen. Capt. Todhunter, of Fayettte, A. A, and Thomas Yalker, of Cooper county, were the judge, J. R. Gentry and Jas. Lupe, time keepers, and Col. E. W. Stevens starter. There were four entries as followb : Edgar A., Robert Rysdyke, Black Diamond and Thaleburg. Edgar A,, was withdrawn, and Robert Rysdyke won the pole. Three attempts were made before they were told to go. Black Diamond took the lead, Thaleberg second and Rysdyke thiid, and came in on the home stretch in the same order Black Diamond being about four lengths ahead of Thaleberg Rysdyk was lull twelve lengths behind Thalberg. Time of the heat 2;23. On the second heat Thalberg made a bad start bat he braced up as if he had taken a dose of Brown-Sequard's elixir and passed Black Diamond on the nrst naif mile and won the heat by a length. Rysdyk was about six lengths behind Black Diamond. Time of heat 2:30 The third heat was the most exciting ever run en the grounds. Every available spot around tbe track and in the stands and ampitheaters was occupied and the betting fever was at the highest pitch. The frieada of the two leading horses, Black Diamond and Thalberg, put up taeir money ia large amounts on their faverite. 11m horses got a good start arnl daring the Irst half siie Thalberg and Black DiaMoaa i I were neck and neck, but in the second half Black Diamond broke and ruu a full hundred vards before he regained his gait As they came down the home stretch they were exactly even, but Diamond gave a .sudden sfert at the cl lose and came in un- der the wire a irlt a head of Thalberg. J he heat was, however, given to Inal - a full length the advantage over Thai- hnirr nt th stnrt anil siipnepilnn in noldm? it throughout the entire hen. Time of the heat 2:37.. The fifth heat was won by Black Dia mond and having secured three out of tbe number run he was declared the winuer. Time of last heat 2:29 PACINO RACE. The 2:35 pacing race was an interesting contest requiring 7 heats before the win ner, Addie C, teeured the winning t eat. There were six entries as foil w.: Addie C berg on account or Diamond having run a ior best mare, 4 years old and over j nart of the distance. Time. 2:20.1. i Entries cre made bv the Cedar Grove i I - - ---- - , . . . . . - -. On the fourth heat Black Diamond had stock Uu., untry x 5ou, u. . ueutr C., Wilkie Russell, Tommv Wilson, Capt. j ander 0 month of ae exhibited with dam. by V. E. Brown, Sedalia ; one by W. Gen H,zzard, E. W. S., Bessie Young. Tommy j w.,v et r . v ' try & Son, Hughesville, and one by A. D Wilson w:is distanced in the hrst luac. 3rACHIM.R HALL DISI LAi . Carson. The first and Rf,nd nrfininm. Wilkie Ru&ell was in bad condition at the end of the fifth and was withdrawn and Bessie Young not kaving won a heat was dropped under the rules-. Addie C. won the fifth, sixth and seventh heat, Vi!k;e Kussell the tirnt and second, Cpt. Hzzml tiie fourth. K W. S. the third. The posi tion of each horsa iu each of the seven heats were as follows: Bessie Young 4 2 4 14 0 0 x 3 3 4 1 5 5 5 2 1 , l'l 5 . Capt. Hazzard... Wilkie Rnsell... Addie C Time of lu-aU, 2:30 and 2:471. 0 0 3 2 11 1 2:30, 2:33Ar 2 :'A, 2:37, THE HALF MILE PASII. There were only three .'entries ft r hlf mile dash for a purse of $75, as follows : Van S., Contrabind and Reality. Two heals were itin and Van S. was the winner in both, his time being 53 and 53 1-2 sec onds. Contraband was second and Reality thin1. Contraband is one of Miss May White's favorite horses, and the was an eager spec tator when the race was run. At one time it looked as if Contraband would win. Hie was greatly delighted, and as she exulting ly clapped her hands exclaimed, "Oh! I do love that horse." rLAS K HORSES ROAPSTERS. The following premiums were awarded yesterday: For best stallion 4 years old and ovr. The first premium, a purse of $25 offered by the Third National bank, was awarded to F. G. Culltrs of Tipton, and the second, $10, by Sicher & Doyle to M. Beamer of Sedalia. For best stallion 2 years old and under 3. The first premium, $10, was awarded to F. J. Cullers of Tipton and the second, $5, toG B. Bianchard of Marshall. For stallion 2 years and under 3. The first premium, $S, was awarded to Wm. Gentry & Son and tbe second, $4, to M. Beamer. For best gelding, 4 years old and over. The first premium, $10, was given to W. A. McNulty of Sedalia, aud the second, $5, to F W. Campbell, of Lexington. For best gelding,-3 years old and un der 4, the first premium, $S, was awarded to J. W. Gregory, of Hughesville, and the second, $4, to F. J. Cullers, of Tipton. There were no entries for best geldibg 2 years old and under 3. For best mare 4 years old and over The first premium, S12, was awarded to M. Beamer aud the second, $6, to Wm. Gen try & on. For best mare, 3 venrs old and under 4. Th first premium, $10, was given to C. L, McCarty, of Clifton, aud the secord, $5, to F L. Smith of Sedalia. For best mare 2 vears old and under 3 The first premium, -S3, was awarded to C. Logston ot Blackburu and the second, $4, to F. J. Culh-r, of Tipton. For be.u colt of either sex, 1 year old and under 2, the first premium, $G, was awarded to C Logston and the second to H. A. Barber of Windsor. For best colt, either sex, 1 yer old and under, the first premium, $6, was awarded to H. H. Taylor, of milhton, and the sea ond. $3, to J. W. Cole of Smhhton. For best pair of rares or geldings t jr carriage or buggy, a priz-1 of $15. by Min ter Bros was awarbed to E. W. Stevens of Sedalia and the second $7,50, hy same parly, to C. Logston of Blackburn. CLASS 1C SADDLE HORSES. The following premiums were awarded this morning : Best mare, 3 years old and under 4. First premium was awarded to Wm. Gen try & Son, of Sedalia, and second to C. L. McCarty, Clifton. Best mare 2 years old and under 3. The first premium was awarded toR. E. Boldeu of Sedalia, and second to Wm. Gentry & Son. Best colt, either sex, 1 year old and un der 2. The first premium was given to H. H. Taylor, the only contestant. CLASS K SEDALIA HORSES. For best stallion, 4 years old and over 3 There were seven entries ; E. B. Powell, J. M. Patton, H. M. Seibert, W. Gentry & Son, E. C. Gibson, A, Salmon and J. W. Gtegory. The first premium was given to Gentry"& Son and the second to E. C, Gib son, The ring was pronounced by old horse men to be the finest ever showed on Sedalia fairgrounds, this or any former year. They attracted a great crowd, and it required considerable time for the judges to decide which was entitled to the purse of $25, which was offered by the First National bank. The second purse of $16 was paid by the association. For best stallion 3 years old and under 4. There were only two entries. Woolery & Leonard of Pleasant Green secured the first premium, $10, and G. Rector; of Se dalia the second, $5. For best stallion 2 years old and under 3, there were ihree entries, the first pre mium $8 was awarded to E. C. Gibson, and the second $4, to Cedar Grove Stock Co. For best gelding 4 years old and over, ea tries wen aade by Cedar Groye Stock Co, J . W. Cole, W. Gentry & Son, and E. C. Gibson, Sedalia, Sam HiggiM, Housto sia, R- L. Edwards,Iittle Rock, Salem Co., and B. V. Gtctry of Kansas City. The first praminn $10 was awarded to the Ce dar Grove Stock Co , and the second $5 to I J. Cole. For best gelding, t under four The fi hree Years old and under four The first premium, $3, was awatded to w . F. Berry, and the second, $4. to C. K. Gibson. ihere were no entries in the 2 year old .nng. and Wm . uentry. ine nrst premium, 5i3, . IM 1. was given n 10 ucniry oc ooo, anu me ecuuu ; $6, to G. V. Gentry. CLASS G SWIVE SWEEPSTAKES, For best boar, any age, there were G entries, by J. A. Hughes & son 2. M. T. Ricks, J. M. & F. A. Scott J. W. Cole and H. B. Scott, the firit premium $10, was given to J. M. & F. A. fccott, who also took the first prize for the beat sow of any age or breed, and the special premium of $10 otTereu by the couaty court for the best lit- For best display of farm machinery, the first premium was awarded to J M Planck agent for the Walter A. Wood Machine Co., and the second to J. B. Gallie, agent for the I) M. Osborne Machine Co. For best display of agricultural imple- mcnls the first premium as given to J. B Gallie. No second display or premium FIFTH DAY The weather was fine yesterday but a little too warm for comfort out of doors and the attendance at the fair in the fore noon ws quite meager, but in the after noon the crowd began to gither and by four o'clock, the time set tor the 20-mile interstate race, it had be come quite large nnd the gate reccrpts showed up a handsome su'fl. The crowd was mainly composed of Sedalia people who were desirious of witnessing the race. The fair was a greater success than any t form r exhibitions and shos what can be done if a proper effort is made. It is quite probable that this one will be made the in troduction of a series of annual exhibitions that will be a credit to Pettis county. THE 4 YEAR OLD TROT. The 4-year-old trot which was postponed from Thursday wis the lirat race called Friday afternoon, and the outcome was a great surprise. It was a good thing for the pool-sellers, but not so good for the people who had a pointer that the horse that didn't win would be the winuer. The pool men are suspected of being the fellows who started that poinier. There were four entries, viz: Elsie Sprigue, Tornado Ashmore and Crystal. The judges were, Judge D. H. Shields, of Hannibal, A. A. Walker, of Cooper county, and VV. A. Beitler, oi be dalia ; timekeepers, Jame Loupe and J . R Gentry, and Ji. W. Stevens, starter. 'J ornado was ihe favorite's 5 to 1 in the crowd, but Elsie Sprigue won three hea in succession and settled the race, Ashmore was second and Tornado, the fayorite, third. Crystal was distanced onfiru heat Time of in ats, 2:39-, 2:361 and 2;35. THE 2:37 TROT. This was the great race of Friday. There were seven entries Jalesco, Valentine Sprague, Red Cloud, Ayre's Hambletonian Billy H., Bee, Loafer. The two last named were withdrawn at the end of the second heat. Jalisco won the three first heats and was declared the victor. The record of the horses in each heat was as follows i Jalisco.- 1 1 Valentine Sprague 2 2 Red Cloud 5 5 Ayeis Hamoletonian 4 3 Billy H 6 6 Bee 3 4 Loafer 7 7 THE FREE-FOR-ALL TACE. The judges, timekeepers and starters of this race were the same as the 4-year-old trot. There were five entries, Louis B, Red Rsver, Fred W, Big V onder and Finigan. The last named horse was with drawn at the end of the fourth heat. Louis B won the three last heats which gave him the race. The heat record of the horses was as follows i Louis B 5 2 1 1 Red Rover 3 3 2 3 Fred W 15 3 3 Big Wonder 4 4 5 4 Finigan 2 14 5 THE SHORT HORN SPECIALS. The premium $65 ofiered by the Short Horn Breeders association for short horn cow yielding the greatest amount of milk in 24 hours was awarded to M. D. John son, of Walker, Mo. He also won the $65 purse offered by the same association for short horn cow yielding the greatest amount of butter in the same time. CLASS D. The premiums in this class were not awarded until Thursday evening and the Bazoo, owing to a press of matter, was not able to furnish them until to-day. lhey were as lollows, and all united in saying they were worthily bestowed : For best ornamental pemanship, tjie pre mium, a diploma, was awarded to C W. Rohbins. For best oil-painting portrait, the pre mium, $5 and diploma, was awarded to Mrs. Alfred Dixon. itest oil-painting landscape, me pre mium, $o and diploma, was awarded to Mrs. W. H. Messerly. For best collection of oil paintings by one person, the premium, $5 and diploma, was awarded to Mrs. W. H. Messerly. For best pannel paintings by amateur1 the premium, a $5 guitar by Jno. Stark & Son, wss awarded to Miss Lena Farn ham. For best amateur collection of oil paint ing, the premium, a book, "The Treasures of Art," valued at $10 and offered by Fellows A Eastey, was awarded to Mrs. J. M. Planck. For best amateur painting landscape, the premium, a black Henrietta drees ofiered by H. H. Marean, was awarded to Mrs. J. M. Planck. The awards were made in this class by a vote of the spectators taken on Thursday. The majority of the Yoles cast being re quired to make the award In each case. CLASS E. BOADSTXRS SWEEPSTAKES. For best horse, mart or gelding there were six entro. C. L. McCarty of Clif ton, J. H. Rtynoad, Elk Hill Stock Farm, country Carson-. & Sod j Hughesville. The first premium $20 was awarned to J. H. Raymoud and the sec- ' end S10 to Wm. Gentrv & Son. The sec- ond premium was oflered by J. R, Bar rett SADDLE HORSES S.VEEPSTAKES There were 6 entries in this ring, C. yjMcCarty of Clifton, Cedar Grove Stock I J Co., Washington, Ed Salmons, Pleasant Green, Wm. G entry & Son, Hugbpsyille, E. C. Gibson Sedalia, and G. V. Gentrv Kansas Citv. The first premium $2C was awarded to G. V. Gentrr and the second an insurance policy yaluect at $5, by A. P. Espenschied, and $5 by the association was given to Ed. Salmons. PR A IT HORSES SWEEPSTAKES. There were eight entries in this ringr three being by Rix & Goodcnough, of To peka, one by M. D. Alcorn, b'edalia z L-arson. itie nrst ana second premium. j $20 and $10, respectively, were given to j Rix & Goodenough. There were four entries for brood mare i shown wiih three of her colts, by J. J. Fer- guson, V. C. Bowman, VV. Gtntrv & Son. and H. B. Scott. The first premium, $10, was given to H. B. Scott, and the secondy 2d, Dy me county couri 10 u. j. rerguson For best saddle mare and three of her colts, thpre was but one entry J. R Gen- j trv, of Hughesville. The premium,' so., was awarded without contest. I For best mare and three male colts The premium of $5 was awarded to Wal lace Bowman, the only exhibitor. THE BYCTCLE RACE. The bycicle race Friday atternoon was a very interesting piece of sport. The firs prize, a $30 gold medal, was won by V. P King, of St. Louis, and te second a silver meda! valued at $15, to Don Lingo, of Se j dalia, CllASS A. For be t two-horse carriage made icr Missouri, the premium wa3 awarded to Kelk Bros, of Sedalia who also took the premium for best top boggy made in, Mis souri. The premium $6 in each. For best two-horse wagon made in the state, the premium, $10, was awarded tc E J. Keasling of Sedalia. For best riding plow tbe premium. $5r was given to J. B. Gallie. The other awards in class A were pub lished Friday. CLASS J. CATTLE SWEEPSTAJLES. The following awards were made yester day : For best herd cittle of any age or breeds consisting of 1 bull, 4 cows or heifers, all Continued on Fifth Page. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A'ciarvel ol purity, strength and wholsomcness. 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