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THE SEDAIJA WEEKLY BAZOO- SEPTEMBER 30, 1890.
AFTER MANY YEARS. JLn Affecting Meeting Between a Father and Son in St. liOnis. St. Louis, September 24. A very affecting scene took place at the Union, depot yesterday morning, be tween father and son, who had not met for 25 years. Shortly before the arrival of the Ohio and Mississippi fast train fi,m Che e-ist, there appeared .at the depot an old man about 80 years of age, whose dress and man ners told at once that ne was not ac customed to city life. He appeared very uneasy and asked many times during that ha'f hour preceeding the arrival of the train ment;oned if it was on time, aud if it was sure to come in that depot. The depot and police officers were all very polite and kind to the old gentleman, who was very feeble and even the sleeping car porter whom he stopped and asked his oft-repsated questions about the train, answered him civily. The train finally arrived,, and as the passengers began to get off and hurridly leave the depot, the old gen tleman stood leaning on his cane, eagerly scanning every face. It seemed that almost all of the pas?en engers ha'l left the train and still his boy had hot appeared. The look of sadness and disappointment that be gan to plainly show itslf on the old man's face ws indeed pitiful. Fin ally there appeared a gen' leman ab:,ut 45 years of age. He was a fine look ing man, about 6 feet tall, wore a full beard and was faultlessly at--tired. A more striking contrast than that of him and the old gentleman could hardly be imag:ned. The old man evidently did not recognise in the stranger describing his sun. jtfot so with the son, however, for when he was still several feet from the old .gentleman, with a joyous cry of ''Fa ther," he rushed toward the old gen tleman, who feebly tottered toward iiim and fell into his arms, and as the younger man held his father in his arms he eagerly kissed him, and such expressions of affectiqn and delight as were shown in their faces is Eeldom seen in this world. The father's name is Calvin H. Sturgess. He i3 81 years old and lives on a farm near Lexington, Mo., where he has lived 30 years. Just 25 years ago last J uly the son, whose name is Calvin H. Sturgess, Jr., and who was employed in a country store in the neighborhood of his father's, was guilty of a small embezzle ment and fearing the result of the law was ashamed to face his fats and family. After his disgrace he left home and was never beard from by his family until June last. After toss ing around this country for a year or so, he went to Brazil, where he hus been successful and amassed consi lerable property. Last June he wrote to a lawyer in New York and made in quiries about his family, and after the lawyer had made the neccessary inquiries he advised him that his in nther waB still living on the old farm. He at once wrote his father and as foon as he could settle his business matters he started for home. A few days ago he arrived in 2sTew York and telegraphed his father. The old man left the farm the first time in 10 years to come to St. Louis to meet the son he had not seen in 25 years. The happy father and son left on the Mis souri Pacific train for Lexington. Mo. A Burglar Identified. Joplin, Mo., September 23. The identity of the burglar shot Septem ber 14 by Officer May was fully es tablished yesterday. He proved to be Yan B. Embree, at one time a resi dent of Carthage, Mo. He was born in Howard county, Missouri, where his relatives are highly respectable people. Two brothers fully identified the burglar by his clothes and bv a photograph taken after death. Offacer May, whose leg was broken by one of the burglars' shots, is getting along very well considering the serious na ture of the wound. A purse of over $1,000 has been raised for his benefit bv the citizens. W&at a Well Known Doctor Says Abont It. Dr. J. 8. Pemberton, of Atlanta, Ga, says: "1 suffered for sixteen years with rheumatism, often being confined to bed for six months. I used all the remedies known to the medical profession and consulted the most eminent physicians, obtaining only temporary relief. I then used Hunnicutt's Bbeumatic Cure, and in 24 hours I was the hap piest man in ihe world, being free from pain. Two botttes effected a complete cure after every thing else had failed. It is a God-rend to suffer ing humanii y. For sale by druggists at 81 per bot tle. Hunnicutt Medicine Co., Atlanta, Ga man ufacturers. See "advt." An estimable St. Louis contem porary which does not like Mr. Fil ley, advances the assertion that "St. Louis has never had better represen tatives in congress than those who are there now." Accepting this statement as a bit of genuine opinion, one can readily comprehend how first originated the world famed phrase, "Poor old St. Louis." Kansas City Times. l?rom using for Conghs, Colds, Sore Throat and Incipient Lung Troubles It is pleasant to the taste and will cure the most obstinate cold. Prepared by FLEMIN&BROS., PITTSBURGH. Sold by all druggists at 25 cents per bottle. Insist on having it. Tlie Confederate Home. Major James Bannerman, of S . Louis, president of the ex-Confederate Association of Missouri, has issued the following address to the public in behalf of the proposed home in this state for old, nee 'y and dependent ex confederates." It appeals strongly 0 the generosity of all charitable people : "Our friends throughout (he state are requested to aid the vice-presidents of their congressional districts in he great work of building a Con federate home, by immediately organ izing county associations. Do not wait fr the vice-president to call on you, but offer him your aid, by elect ing a president and secretary and re porting to him for blank lorma aud instructions. Then go to work, Foliciting small subscriptions. It is the poor man's dollar that counts. We want a little money from a great many, not a large sum from a few. Do not wa t to make a great effort. Begin modestly but begin at once, It is now certain that we are to h"ve a home. About ten thousand d-dlar were subscribfcd previous to the Neva da reunion, in the 6th, Sih, 9 h, 10tl and 11th districts, on a ven-ure, be fore success was assured, and now these districts will increise those amounts. I have called for bids, in money or Isnd, from cities or counties, outside of St. Louis, who wish to have the home in their midst . These bids will be laid before the vice-presidents at a meeting to be held in St. Louis, Octo ber 21sr, next, and it is a matter of importance to know how large a sum cau prohab'y be raised. Remember that our destitute men and their families suffer in grim silence. They are not usually of a class who appeal to the public for aid, hut they must be sought out and as sistance offered or they witl waste away they are now doing so he cause they are too proud to beg, and besides, they do not know how. Their children are growing up unedu cated, while to the father and mother there has heretofore been absolutely no future but death in the p or house and burial at public expense. Men who fought four years from a sense of duty and honor deserve a bet ter fate than this, and it is my duty and your duty to give them the last help they will need in this world. But it must be given quickly or they will not need it. Jas. B4NNERMAN, President. The First Sept. Perhapse you are run down, can't at, can't Bleep, can't think, can't do anything to your satisfaction, and you wonder whai ailB you. You should heed the warning, you are taking the first step into KervouB Prostration. You need a Nerve Tonic and in Electric Bitters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its normal, healthy condition. Surpris ing results follow the use of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your appe tite returns, good digestion is restored, and the Liver and Kidneys resume healthy ac tion. Try a bottle. Price 50c. at Mertz & Hale's Drag store. Deatb Under the Wheels. Hannibal, Mo., September 22. James Murphy, an emp'oye of, the Duffy-Trowbridge stove foundry, was run over and instantly killed by a switch engine on the Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad at 3 o clock this morning. Murphy had been drinking and started home but sat down on a bridge and was struck. One arm was cut off and the body mangled. The deceased was 28 years old and unmarried. An inquest was held to-day, and a verdict rendered in accordance with the above facts. Injured by a Yieleus Sw. Columbus, Ind., September 22. Abner Kyle, ex-county commissioner of this county, and wealthy, though living the life of a hermit on one of his farms in the county that is off of any public highway, was three days aero attacked in his barnyard by a vicious sow, and the flesh of one of hi3 legs torn in shreds and several large gashes cut in his side by the ferocious animal. He crawled into his residence, where he was found to day in & semi-conscious condition. He can live but a few hours. THAT BIG APPLE DEAL How a Cincinnati Firm Outwitted Eastern Buyers at Inde pendence. Cincinnati Sept. 22. Apple buy ers all over the country are very much interested and surprised at the brilliant capture by a Cincinnati fruit buver, who has secured the npple orchard of L. P. 'Williamson, who lives neir Independence, Mo., and which i3 sa'd to 1)2 the bet orchard of app!e3 in the country. F. Kushman, the purchaser, in conversation with a reporter, siid : "There is no doubt that I have secured the best orchard in the United Slates. There is scarcely an imperfect appple in the lot. I paid $12,000, and will get about 8,000 barrels of good fruit. There are 140 acres in the orch ard, and I wonld not give 06,000 for the who'e farm. The tree3 are twelve years old and tlrs is the first go 'd crop they have borne, or probably will bear for a great many years. I had to steal a march on the other buyers in order to get a bergain. The farmers all knew New York and Chic Hgo dealers, but not those of Cincin nati. I said that I waired a couple of carloads of apples. I was told to go to some of the dealers. Well 1 got some men to help me talk, ud when the owner of the orchard offered to take $12,000, I took hiin up at one. He tried to bluff me by demanding $2,000 cash, but I pulled out the cash and asked for a receipt. Well, that phased him. Here is the receipt and there are a dozen of the worst sold apple buyers from New York and Chicago at Kansas City, that ever you saw. My aes're to buy a couple of car loads threw them off the track and they did not consider me worth watching." "Are here no good apples in local orchards?" asked the reporter. "No. They are specked with rot. or are knotty. It is simply impo?s: ble fo get a go d apple anywhere but in M'ssouri, and not all there aje per fect. Be-ides many farmers waut to pack them themselves, ani instead ol picking them, they shake the trees. That, of course, bruiser them and ren ders them 1'able to spoil. I sent men from Cincinnati to pack my apples.3' "When will vou put them on the market?" "Ab ut the first of February." "Where is the best market?" "All through the south. One agent sold over 13,000 won It or me a New Orleans alone, last season, and other places were sold to accordingly." "How do you keep them so long." "They are packed and placed in cold storage at a temperature of 32 and they will keep indefinitely. Farmers make a mistake by storing them in warm cellars where they are sure to rot after a time." NEWS BRIEFS. Southern republicans are kicking about the tobacco tariff. William D. Gilbert of Grand Rapids, Mich., committed suicide by footing. Farmer in the vicinity of Spring Valley, O., are losing all their hogs by cholera. S. TomlinsoD, a Chicago & Alton brakeman, wa3 fatally injured while making a coupling at Lawndale. The Sunday Chronicle of Wash ington was excluded lrom the mails for containing a lottery advertise ment. Five children of George David son of Mentor, Iod., died in two days of a disease that was unknown to the local physicians. George Thurmer at Knoxvi Ie, Tenn., fatally shot Policeman Hoyle of ihat city while the officer was tak ing Thurmer' to a police station. Frank Weir, a government gau ger. was murdered near Glasgow, ICy., and W. C. Button, a disliller, has been arrested charged with the crime. John Faulds escaped from an in sane asylum where he had been con fined for eight years, and a jury at Bloomiugton decided that he was sane. Illinois coal miners have decided to make a demand for an increase of 7J cents a ton. If this is not granted by November 1 there will probably be a general strike, The grand chancellor of the Knights of Pythias of Texas declared that the circular issued in behalf of the condemned murderers of Sheriff Cross and posse was illegal. Oscar Matthews, one of the Hotel Vendome bell boys arrested for steal ing the Chicago bookmakers' money, turned states evidence and told how the money was stolen. The mangled remains of Joseph Stewart, of Ft. 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Are In A Bad Box, But we will care yoa and yon will pay us. Oar message ii to the nervons and de bilitated, who, bj early evil habits, or later indiscretions, have trifled away their vigor of body, mind and manhood and who enffer all those effects which lead to Jrematnre decay, consumption or insanitj. f this means yoa, send for and read oar Book Op Life, written by the greatest specialist of the day and se it sealed for six cents in stamps. Address Dr. Parker's Medical and Surgical Institute, 151 North Spruce 8t, Nashville. Tenn. 8-27d&w-lyr. it m mm only Eh SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue and authority of a special execution for delinquent taxes issued from the offica of the cleric of the circuit court of Pettis county, Missouri, dated the 7th day of June, 1890, and to me directed in favor of the state of Missouri, at the rela tion and to the use of John McGinley, col lector of the revenues of Pettis county in the state of Missouri, and against Nath eniel G. Brown and N. Brown, I have levied upon and seized all the right, title, interest and estate of the said defendants I of, in and to the following described real I estate, situated in Pettis county, Missouri, ' to-wit : The southeast quarter of the , southeast quarter of section five (5), to n ' ship forty-six (46), range twenty-one (21), and I will on SATURDAY THE 18TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1890, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m, and 5 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the west front door of ihe court house, in the city of Sedalia, Pettis county, Missouri, and while the circuit court is in session, sell the said real estate at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy said execution and costs. Ellis R. Smith, Sheriff of Pettis County. Mo. By W. O. B. Dixon D. S. 9 23w3t SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue and authority of a special execution for delinquent taxes issued from the office of the circuit court-, of Pettis county, Missouri, dated the 7th day of June 1890 and to me directed in favor of the state of Missouri at the relation and to the use of John McGinlev collector of the revenue of Pettis county, in the state of Missouri, and against .Nathaniel G. Brown and N. Brown. I have levied upon and seized all the right, title, interest and es tate of the said defendants of, and in and to the following described real estate, situ ated in Pettis county, Missouri, to-wit : West half of the West half of the north east quarter and 38 71-100 acres ofi of the east side of thelaorthwesl quarter in sec tion fir (6) township fortysix (46) range twen j one (21) and lwill,on SATURDAY THE 18TH DAY OF OC TOBER 1890. between the hours of 9 oclock a. m., and 5 o'clock, p. m., of said day, at the west front door of the court house, in the city 61 Sedalia, Pettis county, Missouri, and while the circuit court is tn session, sell the said real estate at public sale, to the hghest bidder for cash to satisfy said execution and costs. Ellis E. Smith. Sheriff of Petti3 County Mo. By W. O. B. Dixon, D. S. 9-23w3t SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue and authority of a special exe cution for delinquent tsxe3, issued from the omce of the clerk i the circuit court, of Pettis county, Missouri, dated the 7th day of June, 1890, and to me directed in favor of the State of Missouri, at tne rela tion anti to the use of John McGinley, col lector of the revenues of Pettis county in the State of Missouri, and against W. M. Collins. I have levied upon and seized all the right, title, interest and estate of the said defendant of in and to the foUowins described real estate, situated in Pettis couutj, Missouri, to-wit : ioi oue (1) in block three (3) in Campbell's add tion to the City of Sedalia. Missouri. And I will, on SATURDAY THE 18TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1890. Between the hours of 9 o'clock, a. m., and 5 o'clock, p. m., of said day, at the veat front door of the court house, in the City of cedalia, Pettis county, Missouri, and while circuit court is in session, sell the said real estate at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy 6aid exe cution md costs. Ellis R. Smith, Sheriff of Pettis Countv, Mo. By W. O. B. Dixon, D. 8. 9-23-wgt SHERIFF'S SALE. B- virtue and authority of a special ex- ecution for delinquent taxes issued from tha office of the clerk of the circuit court of Pettia county, Missouri, dated the 7th day of June 1890 and to me directed in favor of the fctite of Missouri at the re lation and to the nse of John McGinley, collector of the revenue of Pettis county in the State of Missouri and against James M. Jones and D H.Orear. I have levied upon and seized all the right, title, interest and estate of the said defendants of, in and to the following described real estate, situated in Pettis county, Missouri, to-wit : The northwest quarter and the west half of the southwest quarter section twenty-two (22) township forty-eight (4S)range twenty one (21). And I will, on S ATUJE5DAY THE 18th, DAY OF OCTO BER 1890, between the hours of 9 o'clock, a. m., and 5 o'clock, p. m., of said day, at the west front door of the court house, in the City of Sedalia, Pettis county, Missouri, and while the circuit court is in session .sell the said real estate at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy said exe cution and costs. Ellis R. Smith, Sheriff of Petti3 county, Mo. By W. O. B. Dixon, D. S. 9-23w3t. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue and authority of a special execution for delinquent taxes issued from the office of the clerk of the circuit court, of Pettis county, Missouri, dated the 7th day of June, 1890, and to me directed in lavor of the state of Missouri at the relation and to the use of John McGinley collector of the revenue of Pettis countv in the state of Missouri and against James M. Jon.s j and D. H. Orear,Ihave levied upon aDd seized all the right, title, interest and es tate of the said defendent, of, in and to the following described real estate, situated in Pettis county, Missouri, to-wit : East half and east half of the northwest quarter, sec tion twenty-one (21), township forty-eight (48), range twenty-one (21), and I will en SATURDAY THE 18TH DAY OF OCT OBER 1890, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m., and 5 o'clock p. m., of said day, at the west front door of the court house, in the city of tie dalia, Pettis county, Missouri, and while the circuit court is is ression, sell the said real estate at public auction, to tke highest bidder, for cash to satisfy said execution and costs. Ellis R. Smith, 8herifl of Pettis county. By W. O. B. Dixon, D. 8. 9-23d3t February 1st, 1890, TheSTPAUL,MINEAPOLIS & MANI TOBA. RY. and its branches becamt the 81 ii. If you aw jolncr to the Froo Farrai of the Milk River Valley, take the GREAT NOKTHERB RY. LINE. 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