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SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO.
VOLUME 23. SEDALIA, MO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1891. NUMBER. 21. "ONE BOTTLE BROUGHT ME OUT OF BED." Dsa Madam Baltimore, Oct. 30, 1850. Haying seen yoxa advertisement in Tuesday's paper, I have concluded lo send foe your book (entitled " Guide to Health and Etiquette '); inclosed find two 3-cent stamps. I have used your vegetable compound, and without mistake I believe it to be the best medicine ever used. I was prostrate; one bottle brought me oat of bed, and three got me up so that I could do the housework. May you be as suocessrel In the future as you have been in the past, for every body gives praise to your medicine. Tours truly, Jounmrs Schoejcbobs, 713 Baker St., Baltimore City, Md. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S "J T tha nnlr JTmm IHn Cam m - ti m w .inunta nr AU DrogzUtsaell it as a easwsuM Lozenges, oa receipt of - A HWjtrcJed book, entities " Guide to Health and nhwtoUdlet. WowllpramtacoBytoaiiyoea(Mminguswitniwoeiiisnmps. ; SETTLED AT LIST. The M., K. & T. General Offices Go in Fart to Parsons, Kansas. Order of the Court in the Matter Interview With Presi dent Cross. The Btrain is past. The general offices, in part, Parsons. The packing of the go to effects of the different offices was in progress yesterday and the probibility is that all that is going was then boxed. When the injunction suit was trans ferred to the United States court, it was sent to Judge Philips, but he be ing a former resident of Sedalia, he declined to sit, and asked Judge Cald well to hear the case. It was to have bad a hearing on Friday, Oct. 23, but a compromise wab effected and the following agreed order made by Judge Caldwell in chambers : "In the circuit court of the United States for the Central Division of the Western District of Missouri, State of Missouri, 1 Complainant, I Against in Equity. M.,K.&T.RyCo. i Defendant. J Before Hon. Henry C. Caldwell, one of the judges of said court, at chambers, at Bt Louis, Missouri, on the 23d day of October, 1891. ORDER. At this day appears the complainant by its solicitors, George F. Longan, Geo. W Barnett, J. H. Bothwell, Sangree & Lamm and Charles E. Yeater, and the defendant by its solicitor, James Hagerman, Esq., and Messrs. Jackson and Montgomery, and the complainant by leave of court files its amendment to its origin al netition or bill filed herein, and the defendant calling up its motion heretofore, on Oct. 13, 1891, filed ia this cause, to vacate, modify and dis solve the restraining order or tempo rary injunction heretofore, on Kept., 17, 1891, made in this cause by two of the county judges of the county court of Pettis county. Mo., and by consent of the parties hereto. It is ordered that the said restraining order or temporary injunc tion heretofore made in this cause be and the same is hereby set aside and the following order substituted in lieu thereof : First That the defendant be and is hereby permitted, if it so determines, to establish and maintain its general offices in the state of Kansas. Second That the defendant be and is hereby required to Keep ana main tain general offices in Missouri for that part of its railroad in Missouri, and that such offices be kept and maintained at Sedalia, Mo., unless the board of directors or executive committee of the defendant shall here after direct that the said offices in Missouri be kept at some other point than Sedalia. Third- Nothing herein contained is to he construed as an admission of the constitutionality by the defendant of either the laws of Missouri or Kansas as affecting the questions at issue ia this case. Fourth Nothing herein contained vis to'be coastnted as a waiver of the Hrt of plaiatiff to hereafter renew lafrdkeresettoits billia t&fltit, if St aha k to advised, the "A woman best under stands a woman's ills." " To vhat recognition is a woman entitled whose sole ambition in life was to do good to others, and the frui of whr;e labors has proved a blessing to the civilized world?' wnmn racilr w ."J "t l.mm Etiquette," by Lydla E. Pinlchim, it of grwL. claim that the defendant is under the legal obligation to retain its general offices at Sedalia by virtue of the al leged contracts referred . to in the original petition. Henry C. Csxdvvell. U. S. Circuit Judge,Eighth Circuit." I Yesterday a Bazoo reporter called i on Capt. Uross, president and general manager of the M., K. & T., and found bim head and ears in business of detail work and giving instructions to assistants and heads of departments looking toward the removal. Reporter -Then Capt. Cro3s, the removal order has again been promul gated, hns it? Oapt. Cross Yes, we are removing a part of the offices to Parsons, ac cording to the orders made by Judge Caldwell. R. What is expected to remain in Missouri ? C The Purchasing, Bridge and Engineering department will all re main in Sedalia as heretofore. A portion of the employes of every other department of the general offices will stay in Sedalia. About one-seventh of the trackage of the M., K. & T. system is in Missouri and we are com pelled, by order of the court, to keep a sufficient force here to transact the business. R Is this order much of a change from the original intention of the company? U. What we are doing to-day was absolutely not a whit more or less than we contemplated doing on Sep tember 20, bad the courts not inter fered with us. R. What number of employes ot the general offices will be retained in Sedalia. C It is quite; difficult to determine this at present, but probably in the neighborhood of sixty or Beventy-five men. R -Sedalia is a nice city and I should think you would regret the transfer. C My office will still remain here and I shall probably be in Sedalia about as much as I have been for months past, as also will Mr. Frey. He will keep an office here. Sedalia is a pleasant place and my social and business relations here have been ex ceedingly pleasant. a What about other matters re maining in Sedalia ? C The ehops, hospital, division superintendent, etc., will remain here as heretofore. Capt Cross was very affab'e and pleasant. He evinced, in his conver sation, no malice toward bedaua and seemed to regret that the move had to be made. NOTES. Traffic Manager Waldo's clerks were busy packing yesterday. The legal department was being transferred to rarsons yesterday. Dave Dodge will go to Parsons, but that baby will remain in Sedalia, a thing of beauty and joy forever. Dick Barrett goes to Parsons with the boys. There is a smile on his face, but it would be a broader smile if he was to stay in Sedalia. aa a mm a uaame iuvans. wno resides ia a neat and comfortable cottage oh West 0 At- "It I .1 obtbbui street, wui stay in ine em ployment of the M., K. & T. and tarry in the best town in the state. The aaditors department will leave aboat twenty men here to look after the basiaess. L. a Gnu. ehiefof the ticket aceoutiaff depart- t with his entire iorceef darks irinitenakaStdsJk, MVY VLSSELS. FOUR POWERFUL WARSHIPS ARE ABOUT READY. The New Terk, Batter Known as The Mrate," it the Largest and Said to Hare Many Superior AdTantages All Abont tha VciteU. Washixotox, Oct. 24. Tho navy de partment is already in tho tbroes of de lighted expectancy. Before Christmas the American navy will receive four notable additions. Greatest of thesa is the Mew York, better known as 'The Pirate." The launching will take place the first week in December. Because of her great offensive and de fensive qualities and high rate of r ied he is designed to steam twenty knots an hour, she was long ago christened by popular acclaim, "The Pirate." She will be designated the New York, In honor of the great Empire state, but in tha naval nomenclature she will be forever known by the more forbidding appellation, "The Pirate." "The Pirate" is an armored cruiser. She has a displacement of 8,105 tons, and she will cost, exclusive of armament, t& 000.C00. The object which the navy de partment aimed at in "The Pirate" Is an unusual combination of great offensive and defensive power, with cxtraodinary coal endurance and a high rata of speed. Be fore the launching of The Pirate" at Philadelphia, two gunboats, building at Baltimore, will go into the water. These are yet unnamed. They are known as No. 9 and No. 10. No. 10 will be launched during the next fortiight She will be followed by No. 9 a week 6r ten days later. Tho vessel arc sister ships. Eacli has a displacement of w In point of speed they can out- stcam any of the Itoacli vessels, as the Chicago, Boston, Atlanta and Dolphin arc distinctively called, inasmuch as nono of tho former cxc;5ds flftocn knots an hour, while the gunboats are rcaulred to mate" seventeen knots. Their main battery will consist of two 0-lnch and eight 4-inch guns each, in addition to their secondary battery of lighter arma ment. They will be useful additions to the new navy. They will bo effective commerce destroyers quite as effective as any of the cruiser class now afloat. Their complement of men will consist of 160 in each case; their coaling capacity will enable them to steam from New York to AspinwalL or from San Francisco to Panama without refilling their bunkers; their speed is creditable; their arm ament, for sh!p3 of their type, is formid able, while the expense of maintaining them afloat is scarcely half that of tho larger cruisers, such as the Chicago, Phil adelphia, Newark and Charleston. They would serve a useful purpose on the China station, whero light-draught vessels are a necessity, and they would bo equally useful in Central American and West Indian waters when the presence of a aaval squadron was desired. They can not fight, but they are not intended to fight. They are commerce destroyers, para and simple. The last of the big four is the Raleigh, a 8,000-ton cruiser, bow approaching completion at the Norfolk nary yard. She will be very fpeely she la ti steam nineteen knots an bour-and sfes will carry one 6-inch and tea 4-inch guns In her main battery. She will cost S1,1C0,C03, and will carry 200 men. Her completion will be watched with interest ia view of the fact that she is the first modern vessel built at the government yards. Secretary Tracy regards them as belonging to a mondescript class which have neither the economic qualities of the smaller vessels nor the robust aggressiveness of the battle-ship and armored cruiser class. It will be at least a year before ahe will go into commission. DOWN ON THE ROTHSCHILDS. Tha Ciir Forbid tha Great House to Do Business la Russia. St. Petebsbcko, Oct. 24. The polico have given notice to bankers that no deal ings with or through tho house of Roths child will be permitted in Russia. Bank ers corresponding with the Rothschilds in Paris, London or elsewhere, must seek new correspondents. The Russian gov ernment is said to feel deeply irritated at the Rothschilds on account of their oppo sition to the recent loan, which was successfully negotiated without their assistance. PropoalBC to Borrow 50 millions. Melbourne,- Victoria, Oct. 24. A bill will shortly be submitted to the parlia ment ef this colony for a loan of 50 Bullion dollars, the money to he used in the construction of railways and other productive works. The maximum rate of interest which the government will pay is per cent The first installment of this loan, amounting to 15 million dollars, will be offered for subscription In January ext. A Fire mt a Salt Well. Kaitiab Crrr, Me., Oct 84. The ma chinery that runs the salt well of the Ex eels lor Sptiaga eompaar was damaged by Are to-day. There ia a frame built up arouad It and this frame caught are from the smokestack. The machinery is almost a total lose. The damage ia about $3,000. The works are situated at considerable distance from any other buildings sad ao farther damage was done. amileaa lei Th Knr Yoax, Oct 4. Charles R, Hall, who la ia charge of the baildlag aad loaa bureau ef the banking deeextaaent of this state, ia iseasliy of the work of his bureau said that there are 530,099 persons la this state Uteres ted ia building aai lesa eeeeeAetlaaa, aa teat then Is SSS 10,090 snisHil u " trassnriss ef PUBLIC SALE. I will sell at public auction, at the Davis farm, one and one-hslf miles west of Clif ton City, and ten miles northeast of Seda lia, on SATURDAY, OCT 31st, 1S91, The following described personal property, viz: Six two-year-old moles, two three-year-old mules, two yearling mules, four brood msres, one work hone, one match team, sister and brother, two and one year old ; one fine mare colt, two milch cows, fresh with young calves; four weanling steer calvee, three head of yearling steers, three two-year-old heifers, one fine Iluiham bull, three years old; six brood sows, one thoroughbred Poland China boar, lota of farm machinery to numerous to mention. Fifty acres ot blue grass pasture for rent and seventy-five tons of timothy hay will be disposed of at private sale. Sale to Commence at 10 a. m., Promptly. TERMS OF SALE. All sums of f 10.00 and under, cssh ia hand, all turns over $10 00 nine months time will be given, without interest on note with approved security, if note ia paid wbea doe ; if not paid when due, to bear 8 per cent, interest from date. B. P. BRERETON, it. H. Beksixgeb, Auctioneer. WINTER GOODS CHEAP. We have sot had enough winter and too much Winter Goods. We have therefore decided to sell them cheap. Our Cloaks are all reduced and on all other goods we will not be undersold. Come in and be convinced. Guenther's, Dry Goods and Notions. f10d&wly 310 Ohio street NO USB FOB STARS AND BARS. O. A. R. Posts Mast Fight Shy of tha Confederate Flag. Albaxt, N. Y., Oct 24. Commander-in- Chief John Palmer of the G. A. It de clared his Intention last evening to issue an or der prohibiting G. A. It posts from taking partin any ceremony where the confederate flag is displayed. The commander-in-chief is very much worked up over the fact that several posts of tho G. A. K. took part in tho un veiling of the Grady monument at Atlanta, oex. palmer. Ui, last xnursday, where confederate flags were shown. THE CAUCUS RESENTED. Weald Be Kansas Alliance Manager SaSfcr Defeat. Silisa, Kan., Oct 24. That the farm ers' members are mighty uncertain quanti ties when it comes to a vote was shown yesterday afternoon when W. H. Biddle of Butler county was elected president of the state Alliance. This was a big sur prise to almost every one McGrath and the Vincent as well as the other leaders ot both aides. The result is held by many to be an utter defeat for the old president Utley, Biddle and P. B. Maxon were found to be In the lead, each receiving about an equal number of votes, the re mainder being divided among six or seven others. After soveral ballots the McGrath men urged Maxon to withdraw in such a way that his strength would go to UUey. He attempted to do this but he did not make his meaning plain to all and soveral of his friends voted for Blddlo and before their mistake had been discovered Biddle was elected and McGrath's man was defeated. W. H. Biddle, the now president of the Alliance never cut a very prominent figure in Kansas politico until the Alliance move ment sprang up. Ho was born on a farm In Illinois In 1SS15 and there grew to man haad. In 1861 ho enlisted in the Twcny seventh Illinois infantry and served dur ing three years of tho war as a private. He was twice wounded onco in the jaw, when several of his teeth and a portion of his tongue were shot away. In 1869 he removed to Woodson county, Kansas, and three years later located a claim In Butler county on which be has ever since resided. He is now a well to do stock raiser. In politics he was a Repub lican until 1S64 when he joined the Prohi bition nartv and was a candidate for the legislature on that ticket When the Alli ance was organized be was made vice pres ident and served in that capacity for two terms. During McGrath a administration he was chairman of the insurance commit tee. Biddle is a large, rough looking man. He ia sluggish both mentally and physical ly, hut the farmers have great confidence in his honesty and sincerity and feel that while his administration may not be bril liant or original his actions will not be in fluenced by men outside of the organiza tion. At the evening session A. C Easter was re-elected treasurer without opposition. Itwaa proposed to mollify Mr. UUey by making him state lecturer but he positive ly declined to serve under any circum stances and the place was given te S. M. Scott, who had been working so Industri ously for it When assistant state lecturer was reached It seemed as if every delegate ia the haUwtt a candidate. After two hours ef DaUotlag. Mrs. Fannie McComlck, who was a candidate for aaperlatendeat ef westts MutsacUen last year, was chosen. There yet riaulsi te fee elected a ! Sedalia Carpet Company. Headqnarters for Carpets, Fur Smyr nas andMoqnet Bugs, Chenille Portiers and Table Covers, Lace Curtains. Window Shades, Plain and Fancy Silks and Plushes, Cords, Ornaments. Headrests. Silk Throws, &c. Corner Third and Lamine. D. A. CLARKE, Manager, PUBLIC SALE. I WILL SELL AT LOCUST GROVE FARM, Wednesday,No7.4, '91 Fifty head of standard (rottiDg and Denmark saddle horses. Among the number are Winston, 9980; Bartholdi, 3782, record, 2:30; John R. Gentry, 12,645; Beitie R., three-year-old, record 2:29; Lou Gates, 2:29, and other fast and well bredones. I will sell all my horses. None reserved. Nor will there be any by-bidding. For particulars write for catalogues giving breeding ia full ot each animal to be sold. 10-6d&wtd SEDUCED MEMBERSHIP. Dade City, Fla., Oct. 24. The re port of the stat) secretary of the Farmers' Alliance, presented yester day, showed a decrease ia member ship from 7,688 to 5,460. The Al liance has all along claimed a mem bership of 20,000. CONDEMNED. Ammonia Batfdng Bills have been introduced in the New York, Illinois and Minnesota Legislatures compelling- the manufacturer of such baking powders to brand on the label in bold type, this powder "Contains ammonia." Physicians and chem ists condemn the use of ammonia in baking powders as a crime. Its constant use no matter how small the quantity, deranges the stomach, neutralizing the gastric juice and destroying the complexion. It is the small quantities taken every meal that do the mischief. It is gratifying to know there are pure baking powders to be had on the market and at no greater cost to the consumer than some of these so-called "absolutely purew ammonia powders. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, the standard pure cream of tartar powder for forty years. Free from the taint of either ammonia or alum. None so pure None so whole some. Dr. Price's Cream ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia. Alum, or any other adulterant. In fact, the purity of this ideal powder has never been questioned. rheOLAsao ia. bm llROCHETl aWasBBv BBBBb! LmmmW WiHXL 99 99v -M- PUBLIC AUCTION, -AT- JOHNS GENTRY, HugLesville, Mo. DEMOCRATIC CHAIRMANSHIP. Pittsburg, October 24. Calvin Brice, chairman of the democratic national executive committee, stated last night that it was his intention to resign the chairmanship of the com mittee after the nomination of the presidential candidates. Powder Mcts Go. BaHne Powder is ie- LACK TRBXAD CO OteSCO. COBSU I i m aiauM T.u TBnnemn net. OoU Coin, tor taa bast wnnanaa of a Spart wmk. ta be mad. only i aULSOO TWIIXKD UM3THKKAD. I OjwateaBriialiliafialas OallaK seeva $2000 GOUl Damflkaajailie awaaai- III I I WIIIIMIIISJr aa e ea aaa tl BUT. as ear 1 SaaKa aBaaMeS aleasata eXASTOIjLCSTKBaUB O0U I