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THE SEDAldCA WEEKLY BAZOO. SEPTEMBEE 30, 1890.
SEDALIA BAZOO PUBLISHED BY )bf J. Wilt Goodwin Printing Company. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : icTTv 'inrlndfn? grinder. si Vfifir. . 56 00 cdav edition ier Tear. c ..... - - w iiwi umim 12 00 1 00 15 feeklj, 52 numbers, per year... tUy, deliTered, per week KKWS DEALERS Jtagalftrly supplied at 2 cents per copy. u subscriptions payable in advance, and dia- ntiniued at end of time paid for. OW TO SEND HONEY. Eem'ttance may be made by diaft, money rder or registered letter, at our risk. Give post ffice address in full, including state and county' nd address J. WEST GOODWIN, President and Manager. Official Paper of the City of Sedalia TELEPHONE NUMBERS. Bftginess office 8 leb rooms 169 "Whoso stoppeth his ears at Ae cry of the 'Bazoo, he also shall iry himself, but shall not he fceard." Prov. XXI : 13. Air. Heard is headed this way Gazette. Our esteemed contemporary ought to have said, ''Johnny Trim is handed this wav." There is more hand than head about the Trimmer. A child was barn at Minneapolis a few days ago with pig's feet in lieu of hands. It is perhaps better to be born with pig's feet than to be born with -out anydistinguisbing mark and yet grow to be a hog. A woman at Hagerstown, Md., has -a eoose which came into her possession when she was married, twenty-one years ago. JNew lorn; btar. Wonder if the above item refers to her husband ? Hon. George F. Longan has made an efficient and faithful prosecuting attorney. Not a shadow of reflection has been, or can be, made upon his official conduct. He has been as effi jient as his predecess ors and he de serves a second term. The democratic county committee has arranged dates and places for pub lic speaking throughout the county. These meetings should be well at tended, and the speakers designated .should be careful to keep all appoint ments. There is work ahead. Mike Doherty is a safe man to trust the finances of the country with. He has managed his own business -well and it is a true saying that a man -who can manage his own business well can be trusted with the business of others. A safer man could not be found in Pettis county. Tom Mitchum has served most ac ceptably one term as county clerk. He has learned the duties of the office and has discharged them satisfactorily. There is not a solitary reason why he should not be given a second term. A faithful, efficient public servant should be rewarded. Hanley Pilkington is a safe, compe tent, reliable and thoroughly deserv . ing young man. He has been true .to every trust reposed in him and rfaithful in every position to which he lias been called. He is of the sort of young men who should be encouraged. He is d strrvcdly popular with all classes. The unanimous selection of Mr. McAllister, of this city, as temporary -chairman of the union labor state con vention was a merited compliment to Mr. McAllister's well know ability 4.and experience as a presiding officer and parliamentary tactician. Not only that it was a neat compliment to Sedalia and her equalization ciub, of -which Mr. McAllister is president. - - Eloquence has not lost its wonder ful power or its mighty sway. So long as the world . exists, eloquence will sway minds and change convic tions. It can never die. It would be an excellent idea for the democrats of Pettis county to get Senator Daniel, Senator Blackburn or Col. W. C. P. Breckenridge, all peerless orators, to epeak in Sedalia this fall. With some effort one of them might be obtained. In view of the fact that Jesse Ben ton Fremont was the daughter of Missouri's greatest senator, she should mot be left to want for the necessaries of life, at least. Her husband was vis ionary and erratic and accomplished -very little to help history, but none the less, his wife proved herself a rfwdifc to her sex and. Missouri at .least should see to it that she is not ?Ieft to inffer in her old age. BOHEMIA'S TVaIS. Many attemp's have been made to portray vividly the feelings of men who sometimes indulge in an abandon of the world's cares and responsibili ties ; who grow reckless of conse quences ; who abandon all, temporar ily, for that which, for the time be ing, makes every man noble, every woman beautiful, every horse fast, every person akin, the sky brighter, the horizon more brilliant, life more roseate, the world better, castles grander and lends a tinge of gold to the beaten path they tread: but which, In the end, stingeth like a serpent and biteth like an adder. Perhaps, to one unacquainted with such, the fol lowing is as true a description of people subject to such weaknesses es is usually drawn. It was evidently written by one who felt the force of all he said, who. sometimes drve in chariots ou the clouds and at otht-r times crawled on the earth : "Did you ever live for a while in true Bohemia ? The land where lazy folks live who sre too indifferent to the world's opinion to struggle to gain or hold it; the lan4 where threadbare poets sing and cobweb brained philosophers dream the gold en yeara away ; a land oi perpetual license and merry uncuxiveiitionality ; of wandering tbeoiies, like harpers with their harps, and throngs of pi! grim fancies, a land as unstable as the foam of the sea, as thriftless as a col ony of purple butterflies. Those who live in the world are apt to look ask ance at dwellers in Bohemia, and yet, let me tell you, it is not there you may look for people from whose soul the bloom is brushed, not there you may find briit'e hearls and heads, empty of everything but fashiou and fullv. You will find such light in the ranks of fame mid fortune. The customs they are forced to observe harden them as I have seen moss harden into stone away out in the pet rified forests of California. What nature iutended to be harmless and simple and sweet, made over into blushless, barren, dewless rock!" The Farmers and the Kai'rjads It is the habit of a certain class of agitators to represent that the farmers are at the mercy of the railroads, says the Globe-Democrat. But they never furnish any figures to justify this view, and do not seem to know how easy it is to refute their statements. Mr De- pew has recently discussed the matt r in one of his addresses, and the facts that he brings forward are decidedly interesting and instructive. Fift years ago, he reminds us,there were only 3,000 miles of railway in the United States, and to-day there are 170,000 Every mile of this increased transpor tation service has brought into culti vation 100,000 acres of land, according to his estimate. There were 1,000,000 farms fifty years ago, wherea3 there are now between 4,000,- 000 and 5,000,000, and the aggregate investment in agriculture has increased from $4,000,000,000 to $11,000,000,-! 000. The farms and the railroads j have grown together, as allies and partners. Without the latter the former could not have multiplied at such a remarkabls rate. The rail, road has opened vast new areas to set tlement and development, and pro vided means for getting BUrplua pro ducts to distant markets in an ad vantageous way. Hundred of thous ands of homes have been secured by the people wnich could never have "been obtained under other conditions; and the gains of agriculture have sur passed all precedent in the history of civilzation. All this is worth remembering when we are aBked to believe that the rail roads are inimical to the welfare of the farming element. They have not always dealt justly and fairly with their patrons, but they have certrinly contributed to the general prosperity of the country in a grpater measure than any other one agency of conve nience and progress. It is not" true, as it it is often charged, that they im pose the highest rates that the traffic will stand. On the contrary, particu iarly as to agricultural products, they have reduced their tariffs from time to time in a mucn larger aegree tnan is commonly understood, In the last twenty years, Mr. Depew points out, railway railway rates have gone down over 100 per cent, while the products of the farm have fallen only about 30 ; per cent. This does not indicate that the rail roads have pursued a policy of systematic and relentless ex tortion. Perhaps their rates are still too high here and there, but on the whole there is no room for reasonable complaint. The tendency is toward further reduction all the time. Every attempt of oue road or system of roads to increase the rates is promptly an tagonized and defeated by another. The railrcad business has asoumed ? condition which promises the cheapest service that can be afforded, and all combinations to prevtnt such a result are sure to fail. Considering all the ciicnmstances, the farmers are being benefited by the railroads to an ex tent that sh: u'd win their friendship and close their ears to the talk of those who tf 11 them that exorbitant freights are absorbing their substance and de priving them of their rights. It is only necessary for them to look at the facis in a sober and pract:cal way in order to realize that he agitators are deceiving them for selfish and misr chievous purposes. The New Discovery. You have heard jour frieods ami neigh bora talking about it. You may yourself be one of the many who know from person al experience just how good a thing it is. If you have ever tried it, you are one of its stuunch friends, because the wonderful thing about it is, that when once given a trial, Dr. King's New Discovery ever after holds a place in the house. If you have never used it and should be affected with a coub, co'J or any Throat, Lung or Chest ttouble, sture a bottle at once and give it a fair trial, li is guaranteed every time, or money refunded. Trial Bottles Free at Mertz & Hale7a Drug store. MISSOURI NEWS. One cfmmiss:on man atBoonville has bought and shipped over 7,000 barrels of apphs so tar this season. There must be at least a little "soap" in Missouri judging from the numb r of campaign papers bndding and blossoming. The Joplin Herald is wide awake. It is already urging citizens to turn out for the municipal election to be held next April. The Webb City Tims claims that there is more zinc produced trside the corporation of Webb City every week than in any district in the southwest. The first annual fair of the North Missouri agricultural and mechanical society will be held September 30 to October 4 inclusive, irreparations are making for a very large exhibit and in iuterest shis first fair promises to be a regular ol l timer. Joplin is fighting Pittsburg, ian , tooth and u.il. It would seem thut Joplin is booming enough to de mand uu ivided attention at home. Pittsburg should also attend to her own knitting. B jth are good towns and pen v jealousies should be drop ped. Kansas City Globe. Orth Stein, a former Kansas City newspaper man, who has made history for himself for several years past ot a most unsavory kind is now serving out a term of five years in the convict camps of Florida. The hod carriers on the new pub lic school building at Lexington struck yesterday for an advance of 25c, and work has been suspended upon the building. Contractor Bennett says he will supply their places at once. Thee is a general hod-carriers strike all over the city. W. K. Berghauser & Cos., large farm implement warehouse and con tents, valued at $7,000, at Fulton, was totalv destroyed bv fire early yes- terdav morning. The fire originated in the rear of J. A, Franklin's harness and saddlery ahup, qurning two small frame houses adjoining. Insurance, $3,700. The Jenerson City Inbune has the following in regard to the forth coming meeting of the Missouri legis lature, and says that or the nominees for the lower house of the legislature who will likely he elected, buttwentv- four have had any experience. They are : Liles of Butler, Lee of Carter, Abraham of Cass, Gash of Clay, Tur ner of Clinton. Mclntyre of Cole, Coppage of Crawford, Hickman of Daviess, Kellogg of Holt, Kingo of Iron, Donneil ot Madison, Greer of Oregon, George of Polk, Farris of Rny, Mabrey of Bipley, Mueller of St. Charles, Fogel of Schuyler,Under wood of Vernon, Aydelott of Warren, Florea of Nodaway, Tuttle of Pettis, Webb of Jackson, and Stewart, Donelan and Davis of Buchanan. Of this number, Turner, Farris, Mc lntyre, Donelan and Mueller have served more than one term. Cap. Farris and Gen. Mclntyre have had the most experience, the former Lav ing been a member of the conatitu tioBal convention as well as a member of the house half a dozen times. TtTRELY a vegetable compound, 1 made entirely of roots and herbs M gathered from the forests of Georgia, and has been used by millions fti 9qple with the best results. It Afi manner of Blood diseases, from the pestiferous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inherited blood taint, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, Catarrh and Treatise oa Bloodand Sldn Diseases mailei Swift specific (Jo,, Atlanta, ua. EXCURSION KATES TO EASTERN RESORTS. The attention of the traveling pub lic is called to the advantages of the Ohio and Mississ'ppi railway as a route to New York, Philadelphia, Washington, D. C, Baltimore, Cin cinnati and Louisville, as well as ihe numerous health and pleasure resorts of the east. Both morning and evening iins of Pul'man Vestibule Buffet Sleepers are run from St. Louis to New York via the above named cities ovor the Bal timore and Ohio route. Deer Park and Ookland the twin mouutain re sorts of the Alleghenies, are on the direct route of these through sleepers to the east. For Lake Chautauqua and Niagara Fall our train connects in Cincinnati wTith trains of the Erie Boute which run through to New York via Lake wood on the southern border of Lake Chautauqua ; being the only line from the w st running a sleeper or a coach o any kind to any point on Lake Chautauqua. For White Sulphur and other heal ing Springs of the Viigiuias; Eich mond, Old Point Comfort, Washing ton. Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, our trains make direct connec tion in Union Depot, Cincinnati with the "F. F. V. Limited" of the Chesa peake aud Ohio Route. Summer Excursion tickets to all the eas'ern resorts are now on sale in our office at rednced rates. Our rates to New York and other eastern points are lowTer than by any uihct through car route from St. Louis, whi'e our accommodations are unsurpassed. To those who contemplate a trip east this summer we will be glad to furnish discriptive pamphlets of the different resorts, reserve sleeping car births and furnish any additional in formation as to rates, time and routes. Call on or address A. J. Lyxle, General Western Passenger Agent, O. & M. By., 105 N. Broadway, St, Louis. Reduced Kates to New York. Attention is called to the fact that rates to New York City via St. Louis and the Ohio & Mississippi Railway are two dollars less than via other routes running through cars, while at the same time the high character and efficiency of our train service is fully maintained. We are therefore able to offer lower rates, combined with a through car service from St. Louis to New York via Washington, Baltimore and Phila delphia, a combination of ad vantages possessed by no other line. These re ductions apply on both farst and sec ond class tickets, sold at all western points via ihis line and its principal connections to JSew York, and hold ers are entitled to all the privileges usually accorded on tickets of the clas3 purchased ; there being no extra charge whatever for p assage on limit ed express trains except for rullman car accomodations. Double daily linea of Pullmau Ves tibule sleepers are run by this com pany from St. Lours to Cincinnati, Louisville, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York without change. Solid vestibuled day express with Pullman Buffet Parlor Cars to Cin cinnati and Louisville. No change of cars on any train for either passengers of baggage. When purchasing ask for tickets via the Ohio & Mississipi Railway, for sale by agents of connecting lines throughout the entire West, North west and Southwest. Por further in formation inquire of agents as above, or address A. J. LYTLE, . GenM Western Passenger Agent, 105 North Broadway, St. Louis, Mo. J. F.BARNARD, W.B.SHATTTJC, Pres't & Gen. M'g'r. GenlPasVr Agt. For Over Fifty Years Mbs. "Wihslow Soothing Sybup has been need for children tee this g. It soothes the child, softens the gams, tllajs pains, cares wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Sold by til druggists throughout the world. 9-Mjr THIRD NATIONAL BANK SEDALIA, MO. J. N. Daujy, Presdiest, A. P. Mohey Vice-President. B. H. Mo3E& , Cashier. W. H. Van Waqneb, Teller Capital, - - . - $100,000.04 Surplus and undivi nded profit, - - 25,000.(M' This Bank does a general Banking Busi nem and solicits the accounts of corpora tions, firms and individuals. Draws sight drafts on all principal citie of Europe and other Foreign countrie DIBECTOHS. J as. Glass, Henry Mahnken diorns Jiartr, J. Jfi. Alesserlj. J. N. Dalbj, A. P. Morey. J. xi. Mertz, Herman KaLra, R. H. Moses. Chas.W. McAnincl F. E. Hoflman, Judge Wm. Boekei N. H. Gentry, D. W. McClure, 8ani il. Gold. l-15d&wlT E. H Moses. Cashier. Wm. H. Powell, President John D. Crawford, Vice-President Adam Ittel, Cashier. Wm. H. Powell, Jr., Ass't Cashiei Citizens' National Bank SEDALIA, MO. Est fcloXijs33Lc3L 187S Cash Capital, Paid in - $100,000.60. SnrDlus Fund, - - - 35.000.00. A general banking business tranracted. Collections receive prompt attention. Liberal ac comodations to depositors. VV. H. Powell, John J. Yeater, J. D. Crawford, S. H. Beiler, W. T. Hutchinson, W. E. Bard, N. N. Parberry, J. W. Perdue, Wm. H. Powell, Jr. P. H. Sangree, Notary Public. Henry .Lam. Sangree & Lamm, a. w Y JS HL J Office: Petti3 county bank building ront rooms, hp utairs. 309 Ohio tre9t. It 1843. The Mutual Life The Oldest Life Insurance Company in the United States, and the lartf- esi nnanciai institution in tne wona. ASSETS, $136,401,328.02. The Mutual Life Distribution policies are the most desirable Life Insur ance contracts ever made. They provide absolute security, immediate pro tection, non-forfeitabb after two years, with entire freedom of travel, residence and occupation. As a financial transaction, its guaranteed cash value and dividends makes it a better business security than any other form of policy now issued, and the results cannot ba equalled by any other safe investment. Those contemplating insuring their lives are invited to compare the Mutual Life Investment policies before making coutracts elsewhere. Headquarters Sedalia, Mo. LIFE ANDCRIME The life and murderous crime of BILL FOX, one of the most noted criminals ever in the west, executed at Nevada, Mo., December 28, 1883, has been nublishd in namnhlet form, il lustrated. The book the trial of Pox for the May zu, itfbd, ana tne conlession ot his mur der, implicating thewoman, Mrs, Bose. rice3 luc Address, J. WEST GOODWIN, Sedalia, MO DOCTOR SINCE 1857 id HIS OWN PLACE. REGULAR GRADUATE (REGISTERED). flu fcea lesser esnce la tbe tmtseat or CHROXIC, NBKTOCS, SKIS ASD BLOOD Dlseuet thia ot other phyiieim ia St.Lal, u city papers showaad all old residents know. Consoltatloa at office, or by iaal!, free and Invited. AfriendJr talk or opinion costs nothlnr. Medicine sent by mail or express everywhere, securely packed, free from obserratlei Catania eases jnaranteed; Where doubt exists H is franUy stated. Hours, 9a.m. to 8 p.m. daily; Sunday, 11 a. m. to I p. HICDlni IC ORGANIC WEAKNESS, FAILING MEMORY, nCDII I TV OF ENERGY, V ftafts Mm I 1 PMYCIP1I nPPAV SEND FOB QUESTION LIST mrtwrnv, etc. kb trcaiea BLOOD AND SKIN Jre-m waatrrer esnse, nesltirelT ai forever driven from the system by aeans of sjtt, TmimsTao bxxxbuu Stiff and Swollen Joints and Rheumatism toe result of Blood Poison, positively curxd. SEND WOM, QUESTION LIST No. 2, RELATING TO ABOVE. KIDNEY AND URINARYS1HBS BESD fX 4tUSTION LIST Soft feeling bunch of sarth-like worms; VARICOCELE is curable. a DDU Soma taint la organism. Cars based on scientific principles. CenstiUUmU J n. I fl. n Wmm treatment and medicated air will enre. BueeesafullT treated at home or at oBce. CO NSTITOTKHIAL M ACQUIRED WEAKNESSES OF I0TN SEXES TKATEl s.ccemfvuy; aim PILES. u fm sf -y d p- m mm f laj jrcnonsniiMgaiaaHuaM(ByauwennsaiisympumMeitMr sr era mm w w iHST NATIONAL BANK. SEDALIA, MO. Paid up Cauftal, Surplus, - $200,000.00 70,000.00 M Corar u&m and Second Str3iti Cybu8 Uewkirk, President. J . C Thompson, Cashier. DIRECTORS. C. Newxibje, F. H. Gtjekthes, Wm. Gentrv, J. C. Thompsom, J. R. Barbett, H. W. Wood, . A. Phillips. J. C. THOMPSON, Cashier SEALS. All kinds of Seals. Orders by mail frill "xvive prompt attention. Headache can be Relieved. in thirty minutes whether Sick, Ner vous, Neuralgic, or Periodic, by GARDEPHE iSIUK-HE AD ACHE POWDERS. They are absolutely harmless, and posstively guaran teed, SuSerres should try them. Boxes of six powders 25c. Sold all druggists or Gardephe Medicine Co. Western agency Sedalia, Mo., 430-d6uio. W. D. STEELE, ATTORNEY AT LAW SEDALIA. MISSOURI Office in Ilgonfritz buildirur, corner Third Ohio. and I s $75.00 to $250.00 be made working (or us. Persons Dreferred who can furnish a hone and give tneir whole time to the business. Span m nm an'fl :nav Vn nrnfitnhlt amnlnvnl alan A few vacancies In town.) and citlea. B. F. JOttF- SON A CO.. 100i Main St.. Richmond. V T 189G. FRED. H. WILSON, Special Agent. 0 gives the full details of murder of T. W Howard) 617 ST. CHARLES ST. ST, LOUIS, MO. Insurarne lOi BILL FOX 1 i WHITTIER Arlsls? fro Iadkmtlea, Kxetu or IaMgeaM, prodne!; tone f tne foils wlag etets t Tfrnmsfs. BenlUty, Dlstness of Sight, SclMHstraat, Befeithw Messory, Plaiples om tne Face, arrrstai U th Sacteiy tf 1 mm ar AssiHue, uaitnesa U Xarry, Xeiea N. 1, RELATING TO ABOVE. wius BBDsraueiea success, baixly. inti-rim-r- BifttM , allforau.affectiaf lo4y, Ht.Tkrit, BUa aatf Zaas. llotcktt. Xrantinu. Nfi. 3, RELATING TO ABOVE. Life cubx. No cuttinsr, pain or stretchier. maquesaausnaaTsws psnccasiTaitj tmait4 sj m r (