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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, DECEMBER 1, 1891.
ELEMENTS AT WAR. THE WHQLE ATLANTIC COAST SWEPT BY A MAD STORM. ' RUIN AND DEATH IH THE TODS, 1 The Hurricane Worse In Itj General ET- fects Than the Memorable Blizzard J Several Lives Lott In Washing ton Even the White IIooso Damaged Havoc In anil About ritUbur;. New York, Nor. 24. A storm which swept the Atlantic coast states yesterday was so remarkable in its varied character istic sn iiisastroiis in its effocts and so isuc, so uisiisiiTjua .- far machine in the area of its sweep that itwUl be recorded, especially in tho log books of tho tclcgranh and telephone com- names as having equalled, if not exceeded, ttc utter paralysis wrought by the great Slizzaru or From numerous poinU come reports of j "At Akron, O.. tho wind blew in the front U" or by proxy, except cvri Iex.co tvhoso york - Cincinnati 15, Omaha 4, San I ran unage, destruction and death and when .. ,J,9 br:ck livery stabloand representative was detained on the rail- ci s r ..i..,,.t m.r. . . . "-. ? ....,. i- .. wav. Fiftli ballot Omaha 3. Detroit 0, Mm- . r.Q::ii'inTi nf thti warriiiu cloments per mits of a restoration of telegraphic com munication which points at present arc in accessible by prostration of the wires tho extent to which the seemingly wild rumors will be tornc out oy actual mis come known. Until then there can be only . Origiiiatlns near Southern Georgia or Phiriila. the resistless vavo of devastation swept northward and easterly, v, i, it. nath tho wirc. suan - ping off like reeds trees and telegraph oles.topplinBover chimneys, tearing off . roofs and crushing like play houses of cardboard apparently substantial build- j mgs. I Bounding over the Alleghcnles, it fell I upon Baltimore. Richmond, Washington, I and Philadelphia in turn, scattenng through highway and byway mementoes . of its tremendous power and cajsing tho !n nf several lives in the naU jnal capl- i .-i I tal. In this city early in the day wires souia riag0 v0rk3 wcrc completely wrccued,auu f --- -- al-.habjlical and southwest failed, often several at a ' sovurai mell oa lUc second tloor were seri-, lion ios .U "'J timcuntUat last all communication out- ' 0UsIy but uot fatally injured. The west thc. PC"ta,V imnnr ,,r I nter side of a comparatively small territory able ond of the glass works was blown In , ft" ftcs aspiring to tho honor of enter was cut off. Struggle as they would, tho Sd eonsidcrablo damage done. 'talnlnu tho Republican national conven- south I . . TrT ricinnc r nn id nm uavise of ccttine over or around the troualo even tho routes via Montreal and ! Toronto having been rendered useless. The storm seemed to divide itself into two tremendous arms, branching from a I . : vAlrfh tin nnA arm I if'iiri ii lt . in Vnrth Carolina, one arm bearing down the coast, tho other sweeping north ward and veering north of Washington, describing a tremendous circle. Bearing down northwest it passed successively over Lakes Ontario aud Erie and finally passed away to tho north, disappearing In Baffin's bay. . i. .f .tfKimipil to the South and Southwest At Law- rence. Miss., a cycloneic centre formed n-i.cinr-m-Ar the aamo route as tho ono xUuaL'ni ruijuii o w wjw.w several years ago, which destroyed tho towns of Beauregard and Woston. Ono person was killed and several injured. In Washington a heavy wind and rain storm, amounting almost to a hurricane, passed over about 12:30 o'clock doing mat flnmao-ft tn nroDortv. The walls of the, new Metzerott musio ! hall. In course of construction, was blown I down and sovcral persons killed and many injured. George White, ladies' tailor, and ono of his sewing women wore taken out bead from the building adjoining Metzerott's and two others badly hurt. Miiraouicnuuij uui. Ono of the reservoirs oi mo Masuiuguju gas company was struck by lightning and burned, causing a loss of 0,001 Th in In this vicinity awrresates more ttinn SIM fill! vuu.. . i I HrUttUU iilUUS. A lie mvww- " A section of stono balustrades around I entirely destroyed, as was the resl- the roof of tha White houso was blown ldcDC00f Mr. Clay whoso family chanced down during tho storm and crushed I tQ abscnt through tho roof of the portico i The cycione was moving In tho same di at tho eastern entrance of the base- I rectIon M lnat traveled by tho one which aient. A large number of telegraph passcd turough hero several years ago and and telephone wires wero carried down w h dcstroycd the tovvns 0f Beauregard wuu , -' C Vv. J ; ff nil rftmmiin rntinn with tafl hOUSQ v mm Tha section destroyed was VJUfi VXXv hvuu about thirty feet long, composed of freo stone, in bloclts and pillars. From Eastern Ohio and Western Penn sylvania reports are meagir. Tho de struction in cvory direction is reported, accurate reports of which can only bo so cured when tho storm subsides. Suffice It to say, that all is chaos. The damage will be many thousands of dollars in every section of tho country visited by tha great storm. Pittsiicro, Pa., Nov. 21. Thero wero heavv rains and cyclones in this vicinity yesterday. Several houses In this city j were demolished and on at lomperanca villo, burying a woman beneath it. In tho east end of the city great damage Is reported. Finley's run, which flows into tho Alloghency river at Brilliant station, was transformed from an insigni ficant stream into a raging torrent and several houses near its mouth wero either carried away bodily or shifted from their foundation's! At Shadyside, in the Twentieth ward, the water came down from thc hills cover ing tho streets sovcral feet deep with mud and water and bursting the sewers la sev eral instances. On account of the crippled condition of iho telegraphic service the news from tho surrounding district concerning the storm Is meager. It is known, however, that it was severe at all points cast and west, and a-great deal of damage was done particu larly along the railroads. At Aspin wall, on tho West PcjBsylvanla railroad, the station house was lifted by the wind and carried quit a distance along the track. Thero were sixteen men in the station who were all frightened but not hurt. Great dam age Is reported along the line of the Balti more and Ohio west of Connellsvlllo. Trees and oat-houses are reported to havo been blown down. The coal tipple at Alpsvllle Is almost a complete wreck. At New Brighton, on the Erie and Pitts burg railroad, a largo tree was blown dawn V.yje. Intersection of &iain and Iar- mony streets wnero the teltpnoco wires 1 cross the trolly wire of the Beaver valley traction company. The trco fell 'upon tho telephone wires and ' forced them down upon tho clcctrio llpht wire; which was carryinjr 500 volts. Ahorsoof Harrison Ewing, a ' fanner, stepped upon a broken telepbono wire and was instantly killed and the res- I ... . . T' -n idences ot w. xi. i.vcrsot x. xu.i- send and Harry Barker, located ia differ extinguished. At Ilutler, I'a., the frame storo buildings of W. II. Goorhinc, wholesale commission T. Arras, harness, and Mrs. Fay's boarding house was blown doirn 'nm! mmnletelr demolishod. Tho occu pants were buried in the ruins, but Joseph Manny, Jr., was the only one injured. Tho ruins took firc,5out wero quickly extin guished by tho nre department. The storm struck Meadville with terrific force about noon. The roof was blown from the New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio freight hcuso aud the roof partly torn from the passenger depot. Shado trees and ehiinuuys were blown down all ovsr town. Telephone reports from neigh boring towns tell of serious damage. No lives were iosi. A, ,kta!nil:. O.. a brick school houso collapsed at 2 o'clock. Tho en out by the teachers wl iu children wore children wore when they saw inno ere hurt. I and other dam- th , stornl coinhiir aud uono r0ofs were blown off and other dan n- w -ntuS.ed to suoVut uwn 4ndl rtTtarrMitei frrinfu TitaiSt' 'ZfiSXuScct . . i .;..i-; ti.nnii Old as upon the derricks in the oU fields, uw as . upou l!ie derricks in the oil neias. urn as . ai new wcrc blown down, and nearly . . allthe d.stncts wun.n ny x I i . .... r. :i . . c t it.-, , ...,ttl,.,,lPrrirUlvaSdestroved. Co- ... vH.n twolvo d i ks were Wown dolvu and reporU fna tUo McCuray, -MooiT Washington, BulI Groen and othcr oU districts are u t lU'ey all sxlSre,. The oil men arc roughly estimated at iJJ.WJO. Wueeli.no, W. Va,, Nov. 21.-A blizzard ovur' this d;y yesterday, but no d 0 was JouQ lhougU telegraphic wires ero"SOmowhat interfered ivith. From p,, outsUe of toe city, however, mdw ' rt , ,lf mllsijerablo damage. , ....-.I.- io ....i ct ., r!,n At v,,,l.ritlP 1-2 miles, east, the can Ha wore comnletclv wrccked,aUd r i Thn tnrm hcrn r-aterdav was tho worst lollg tilnt lla-m fcji continually yesterday forenoon. About ., ,vas s0 dark that lamps ,vere lichted all over tho mi. . va, tJS but ft hal rubsidcd sovhat since andit'is growing j i COlller. 1 Baltimoue, Md., Nov. 24. Shortly after , 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon a wind and . , .. ,. rain Storm OI unusual uiicusiiy auui.& thia cit from the SOuthwcst, blowing down g- and flag.poles Bnd doing other dam- rr, f f th. r.ti.r narkinir hnuso nr-n The roof of the ovsteruacmnunousot of n. S. Maltbv was blown off and a num. ber of persons working in tho top story wera iniurcd but nono seriously Newtox, Miss., Soy. 24. A cyclono from tho Southwest swept over Lawrence, four miles west of here, Sunday evening about 4 o'clock. All houses In its trade wcr0 lifted bodily from the u round and carriod awny, many pieces of timber fall- lag sevcrai miles away. Tho rasldcnc ot Mr. iom jjeanis, m which were his family and himself was destroyed. Mrs. Dennis was severely bruised about tho head and had ono sboul- ... . . ... i. : i i ... . ; der dislocated wnue ono oi nur cuuuxuu is i muU: Birihad nor brains knocked out by I a faning j0ist and died yesterday, j A nU!mter 0f cabins were blown away, ' , :.. ....,i, ,ith hmUed and ivaviuif w 1 t i I! U. rTV, Xf.thnilTct iiirci ana weason. i HEIGHT OF CRUELTY. Xitvoiis women seldom receive t li simpailiy they deserue. While often the r t i . i . 1 . I T 1 pictures oi nevin, iney are cons aui'jr an hip. To withhold hynipithy from thes. unfortunstes is the height of cruelty. They have a weak heart, ctu.-ing shortness oi breath, fluttering pain in tide, weak and hungry tpi-lls, ai.d finally swelling of mil Us, oppression, chocVin?, smothering ani dropsy. Dr. Milt' Xi-w Heart Curt i ju-.t the thing for them, ior their nr-vuu-m, headache, weakness, etc., bis lte. stoialive Nervine is unequalled, fine trettre on "Heart and Neivous diseases.'' at.d marvelous testimonials free. Sold aud guaranteed by A. T. Fleicchmann. Joseph Patt, Veterinary Surgeon Treats ilitesied and crippi-l animals o! ner, being ia practic for the past nineteen vears ten years in Ucrmonv and nine years in Sedalia. Medicines of all kinds compounded and ior sale, such as salves - . t.i ... r it linimenis, cone cures, eye usiuip, etc vau answered by mail or telegraph, day or nifflit -Vnl nnlprc tn fienlrr A Offiplil's stable, West Fourth Street, or at my office ItmconA Cmliliti'i ctalils West Main street, opposite the mills. Telephone No. 10 and 97. Db Jos. Patt, V S. 8-16d&wly Deutrcher Thierarzt. WANTED. A small farm near Sedalia. See 9-ldif Rrrciirv Brothers. STRAYED OR STOLEN. Hno cnrrol cvaldintv Iwa aM all feet white, blazed face: also one small bar i i . r . , mire, inineen years oia, oui oi ueniry s pasture; two weeks ago. Liberal reward will be paid for information which will lead to recovery of property, 10-30d2t"tf E. W. Stevens, J. H. PlI.KTM.TOy. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN CONVENTION FIGHT ENDED. SEVERAL FORMAL BALLOTS NEEDED The Northwestern Citr Starts Well and Make Slow Hut Steady Gains Oma ha Not In It From the Very Start Speeches Made IJjf the Ora tor Trom the Various Cltlei June 7 the Date. 3 Wasiiixotos, Nov. 21. Members of tho uqtuuiiAu uauuutu vuiuu...... ..... ......... in getting together yesterday morning, but at 11:30 o'clock the doors were closed Republican national committee were siow 31 ulu secroi scsaiuu. Jf the secret session. ine oraiiiuw nia .uv..... , Acting Chairman Clarkson and tho roll salUL It appeared that every state and Lniinorirnra riirosentiHl. cither direct-I 1' - " I The first ous.ness after tho roll call was ' the acceptance of tho resignation of Chair- aad Treasurer Dudley. Tho resolutions of commendation which wero , adopted uy mo execuuvo nHiiumra ' resignations were pro- 1 ,..," ,,, ",,,., inn, .rPri. nro- summer, when mliattou iraru pro. innioa. .vuru iuiu uuiuiu mw wuimtni. au - . ... TUo act,on of tha Son 01 iovra cuairuwu aun ... y. - hour of ew York as treasurer ox mo com- .miUee was approcu. . I nnU Hyiin or Oh cnU his credentials. These wero aPP c" .Smembc'S S "u i ."vo. h "Sg tor fpP"; 00 "cc of be honor .nBnp , Ue "" ."SMimtoUra of PcncJ at " :4. an.d tho wPcntativcs ol ' press auuui.-u. Iho press adum The first bus ncss done , in tno open ses nuii. ja a xne ursL suiiu uuavvuicu ui sine oia. Mr. DeYounir introduced as tho noon spokesman of Sau Francisco, Congressman aud McKcuna. Mr. Dj Young aUospoko brief city. . . m i rt . ...........1 r.. ..-Ik fitt and declared that wb spirit in Canada wou d promoted Tho Hon. Claris urewiT, m.. ri-i.: Cnnfnt QtoVhriiln-A nUn Michig: POko. a f tr a roress Senator Washburn snoko , for Minneapolis and promised I.00D and plenty of hotels, and :tho Xorthwcst was beginning ---- . ; . , , a hall for said that -. . frievanco against the party m power, ino jrievanco against tne party in power, xno coming fight would bo won or lost in t tno Northwest and tho convention should go thero as a stimulcnt. C. F. Johnson, clerk jf tho United States senate, said that Ohio was safe, but tho nemir had mado inroads" In tho Northwest and tho convention should go bayond Wall street and tno wusai pit oi Chicago. Governor Mcrriam declared that the Republicans had lost Wisconsin, Iowa and Nebraska and tho Dakotas wero tinc tured with Alliance, but the convention ia Minneapolis would go far to redeem tho region. Senator Casey and M. M. Johnson jf North Dakota favored Minneapolis. Judge C It. Scott of Omaha spoko for that city. He ridiculed othor competitors. New York had had her Durchard after I ( , rt ,UJQ West bad elected Blaine and San Francisco had nothing beyond except China. Laughter Chicago was ra pacious. To get tho fair she promised tho west tho convention in isvi. ii nicago aow took the convention it would bo a case 3f dignified larceny. She could not break faith and go unwhlpped of Justlco and ihould not. (Applause.1 Senator Man rrnn followed Seott. Sinator Carey of Wyoming, spoko for Onwha nlso. It was, he said, tho gateway or mo cmpiro ess tndNortn. Tberewnresir newsiaics vo n tiotF ntn inr nr.vtfiient nua snouia Da stimulated by tho convention to become a Republican surety. John M. Thurston pleaded for Omaha. After 1900 tho Re miWi.v!n nf the, tVt wnulil no longer ask c " for conventions, but would bo masters of the political situations. The claims of New York wero next prc Jcnted, Elliott F. Shepard being tho first ipcaker. no said mat t:io city usually . . . . , .... t . t.ii ..... . i. : 1 - lumisuuu luu if.'iiuuiicix i'Jr mu-iuuui jf iusiuovvs of war. TiiO spirit of tho bo met. defeated " w n ' and caged, else mo tiger wouiu cat up ino Muntry. It had taKcn New York aud was jo w after the balance of the United States. Senator Hiscock said the ordinary ma lOrities of the West would not do not tho m.tnmtti.a nf Ii incie nml iv.?.Qln I nn I . - New York Republicans had to go down to .. . . . . .. . Ut.r-If.rn wit h Nlllll malnrltV. hCnaiOr ...... ...... . . Hawley of Connecticut spoko next and Sir. Fassctt closed. He said there was oot an atom of foice they could afford to ilspisc. isow York state never Dut iwico failed to trive its vote for tho Republican ticket, and on one of these occasions tho grandest Republican of them all had been defeated. (Cheers for Blaine.) At tho evening session Senator Edmunds was invited to the platform. Ex-uovernor t oraucr ivas lniroancoa as thc first speaker for Cincinnati. He paid a glowing tribute to Mr. FassetL "Good men nave been defeated before," said he, "and some day victory will crown your tfforts." Mr. Fassctt arose and took tho tpeaker's hands. Mr. Forakcr made a trcng argument for Cincinnati, but did not forget to pay an eloquent tribute to the other cities. His allusion to "Grand Old John Sherman" caused applause. The delegates arose as Major McKinloy ascended the platform and gave him three cheers. He said among otner things : -The SuTLl'e0tl0n'X; U b " ' half of mat city, no saia tnat I'Cnnsyi ' vania, like Ohio, did not need tho conven tion to make it ljcpubllcan. It was going to give me uesl uvpuwicin candidate' lor j president a round T.V ) majority. He was J followed by Hon. John DalzclL Mr. Campbell of Illinois, member of tho committee, submitted on tho part of Chi ' cago the resolutions adopted some weeks " ago by tho business men that Chicago was ' cot a competitor for tho convention but J but would do what she had always done if selected. Chaunccy I. Filley of Missouri presented St. Louis as a good town for tho reason ' that ho would bo embarasscd as a member 01 mC CUUJIUlt.CU t l.vj . ..t.j ' thing about his homo state and city. I The Hon. V. U. Bradley of Kentucky Imado a strong plea in favor of Cnattav This closed tho speaking and at 10:3) the committee went into executive ses sion. Tho first informal ballot resulted: cw York 9, Chicago 0, Omaha 5, Minneapolis 13, Cincinnati 4. San Franciico S, Detroit L Pittsburg 2, St. Louis 1, Chattanooga 4. First formal ballot: Xjitr York 10. Chi cago O, Omaha 3, Minneapolis 14, Cincin nati S, San Francisco 5, Detroit 1, Pitts burg 1, Chattanooga 4. ourg i, .naiianoogu -t. Second formal ballot; New Yi Omaha 4, Minneapolis 13, Cincin orir it. Cincinnati 12, San Francisco 2. an i- rancisco - iniru oaiiot .winnciipuiia u, jo, Cincinnati 13, Omaha 4, San I Francis :-... i,.im 11 MAI 1 UU1 lak UUAAUb lx- "T 1s 17 Cincinnati 13, New York 7, cul?0 0,'sl Louis 0, Sun Francisco 5, a.attanooga 0, Pittsbu'rgO. sislh ba0tOmaha 4. Minneapolis 20. C ncinnati lo, ev iok o, Ban rraa- Seventh ballot Minneapolis 20, Cincin nati 15, New York 3. Tho timo set is Juno 7. The Cod That Holps to Cure The Cold.; The disagreeable laste of the COD LIVER OIL is dissipated in OTT'S i EMULSION: t Ol Pure Cod Liver Oil with ) HYPOPHOSPHITES Oir LIME AND SODA. j j The patient suiTering from I CONSU3IPTIONT, i t nRot:HiTis. cor;:i, coi.ii. or ) I M"ATlMi UIKAM. may take the J t ..m..! vlth n, murh flatl-faelloti a ho 1 I trould take milK. i'lirsicmnsaro jirccrio t lnc Itovorywlicre. 11 N apfrfrcttmuUIon. xnJxnonUrrfulflfi-hproJafcr. Take no olhrr grandest Jcxelry Establishment in tie 0 . . . , r u t. ry , jL,nlt't. aar,. IiraaJ. , j t0est priced house - . W ,. r A WONDERFUL OFFER FOR $60. Wo will send you pre paid by Express or Mail this Gentlemen's Warranted SOLID 14 KT. GOLD WATCH. i '"S.? I ",..in iliuitlill.il.! .Ul I I'lnlon. atrnt regulator, marked on dial. .Mcrinod. .laccard A Uo. Sprriiil price, SCO, Sato delivery guar It watch Is not satisfactory, return It at once by express at onr expense and money amcni I iiu c,iii;i4. I simuldjuu want nnythlncelso in onr ,t l . . r n ... ..... .- rmn i hub, h-hu u cniu ir cauiiiisiii: ui i ...... ... .1... i.T encrali;K, ii-ins tlio following blniiki MtRmOD & JACCARD JEWELRY CO.. St. Louis, Mo. Please send yoar catalogue to: Mermod & Jaccard Jewelry Co. Broadway and Locust SL ST. LOUIS. M0. DC A I CQTATF I HANQ IlLnL LOIMIL LUnliO I . ... , . . , ... r :.. I . .,, m. , ,;. f -2QQ d , , ." : V, .T- p' , ,, 1 7"J , . f. I Iwns. 210 Ohio street. Sedalia, MoT m . i WW ( 'WORTH A GUINEA A BOX." J w NOTICE s ! Complying with general rc-J 3 quest, BEECHAjM'S pills J Swill in future for the United States be covered with a Quickly Soluble, Pleasant Coating, !: completely disguising the;! taste of the Pill without in any ; ! sway impairing its efficacy.;! IVtce S cents a Box. j ! S New York Depot Canal Street. 1 f TAKE THE -FOR- CHICAGO, AND ALL Points North and East Through Pullman Buffet Sleepiuj: Cars leave Sedalia everv evening at 6:10 n. m. arrives Hannibal 12:20 a. m. and arrives Ouicago y.xo NEXT MOKNLNu. llreakfaat be ing aerved in the Celebrated "BUK LINGTON ROUTE, ' Dining Car8 DIRECT CONNECTION Is made ia Chicago with lines for Detroit, Montreal, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia Boston and NEW YORE, You can save time and money by trav eling via the above line. J.WALDO, Vice President. GASTON MESLIER, Gen. Put. ft Ticket Agent. SEDALIA, MISSOURI. KATE FIELD'S WASHINGTON $2.00 a Icar ; 5 cents a Copy. 'Tf ia flio lirmhtpat VfpltIr in Ampn. 1 J ca." Send Fifty Cents to 30 Corcoran Building, Washington, D.C., and you will get it every wees lor .5 niOlUHS, If you send before December 15 you will receive in addition a line Litho graph of its Editor. KATE FIELD. Theonlr rcl pare vrs-taMe blootl purifie Known vn ten trun kid oi.i!c-, zeui3, ituvi alt rhtuni. toll-, kins'- eril rlrumatfm. gout nbces-fi. ncnrilsj-, an all disowos Irom iiupurt btit, often troru scrofulous, tutrculousorrecifie Wood ta nt, brrrttiarv or aojuirtu. -o wicn no failures, no retaps-s. Sold lr W. E- Bard. 5-13ty The Old Reliable nCEIRE BT. tons, MO. Special attentlot UrrlUCi gtrenloalldlseasesor trouble 10 male or fimxloT married or iln-le. brought about b) capo ore. abuse, exceaaaa orlmpropric ties THE OLD DOCTOR. 'conaulud by mail, or alike offl-x, tree ot cnarjt. MfMiabl. Skillful Treatment Guarantied. Board and aparrmanU furnlihed tothota wba dMlra pMsonal can. Saad x0.ittmpXorclr FREC JTn ircrrous Debility, lost Vitality. TRIAL Wcatncss and Decay, acntlrcatoi 12 cts. postage. Address letters, Br. Wars 0ce. 1 1 7 N. 8t StrsiU SttMta. GBLOOD, CUR TRIE CARD. SIxBSonri Fw ' ' west rorsi ArriT Fast MaiL 7:55 a. m. Local Passenger. 3:15 p. m. Day express and mail5:25 p. m. Night express.........3:15 a. m. K. C. lis Lexington. ..4:55 a. m. EAST E0CKD. 8,-VOm.M 3:10 p. m 2-25 p. k 3:25 a. is 5:05 a. Local Passenger.-..10:40 a. m. Day expres & mail.l2:35 p. m. Night express 11:55 p. hi. Fast Mail 12:40 a. m. 10:45 a. 12:40 p. at 12:01 a. a 12:45 a. Missouri, Kansas & Texas. fOCTII EOCND. Arrive. Depart. 6:15 p. m 9-JSa.a Day Texas express...5:45 p. m. Night Texas exprtssS:55 a. m. KO&TH BOUND. Arrive. Depart. 10:40 a. n 6:10 p. Day Texas express. 8:15 a. m. NightTexasexuress. 5:50p.m. Lexington Branch. Arrive. Depart. Kansas City express10u50 p. m. 5:05 a.K Kaneas CItv exprets 10:30 a. m. 3:45 p. n Local Frtight . 3:00 p. m. 10;50 a. a Sedalia and Warsaw. Arrive. Depart; Passenger & exprea?.10:15 a. m. 4:00 p. i Daily, exrpptSunJav. PATENTS. HiEiifl, HigSoii & Longan, Attornoys. Wahincton associates, late examiner of U. S. Patent Otuce for 12 v-ars. Olhces S'. Louis, O.ld Fellow's building ; Kansas City, Hall builtiin; ; n ashmgton, 1). U., I.eDroit building : Pittsburg, I2i J-ourth Avenue. Drawings made in cur offices. Circulars free. G-23-wCmo TRUSTEE'S SALE Vhcreas L. F. SheMon and Anna K. Sheldon, llis wife, by their certain deed of trust, dated the 3rd day of March, 1S90, and recorded at page 27 in deed of trust record G'J, in the rtc -rder's office of Pettis county, Missouri, co veyed to the under signed, as trustee, the following described property in Pettis county, Mo , to-wit : Beginning at the northeast corner of the bouthwes. quarter of the south west quarter of the northeast quarter of section nine, township lorty-five, range 21, thence south ten poles, thence west twenty poles, thence north ten Ioles, thence east twenty poles, to the be ginning, being one and one quarter acres;. also beginning forty polts south ol the north west corner of the southwest quarter of the northeast:qnarter of section nine, township forty-five, range twenty-one. thence south, twenty pole? ,thence east forty poles, thence north twenty poles, thence west forty poles, to the beginning, except the following : beginning twenty poles east and forty poles south of the northwest corner of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of taid section nine, thence south ten poles, thence east twenty poles, thence north ten poles, thence west twenty poles to tha beginning ; in trust to secure the payment and performance ot the note and obligation set forth in said deed of trust in favor of the Equitable Loan & Investment Association of Sedalia Missouri; and whereas defanlt has been made in the payment and performance of said note and obligation according to tha term and conditions thereof; and whereas by virtue of the provision of said deed of trust the whole of said note and obligation has become due and payable according to the election made and expressed by the said Equitable Loan and Investment As sociation of Sedalia, Mbsouri,wbich is now the legal owner and holder of said obliga tion. Now therefore at the request of the paid holder of said note and obligation I, the undersigned trustee will on THURSDAY THE 10th DAY OF DE CEMBER 'SOI, offer for sale at public vendue at the court house door in Sedalia in Pettis county, Missouri, to the highest bidder for cash, the above described real estate, to sa'isff the said note or obligation and the interest thereon and the costs of executing this trut. V. F. Hajberger, lMOwot Trustee. Bank Counters, Tyler System, Port able, Unequaled in Styles, Cost and Finish. ISO rae CaUlofn r r.E.i'n. Dmb etc, tUatrail la Calm. RmIh Iim FcMlan IS CtaM. aijo ' Iier'a wiimi OOlee Deaki and 1ypc--wrltcr Cablaeta, tttj-lea. Best and cheap est on earth. tth great rcdnctlqai in prices. lid p.c eauiw Tifm rMtac la rtk Fall Itan at Dr.kH Ckaln. T.klrs iHk I'm.... CaMatt., LrnI Blaaa Cablarta, etr., alwaja la atack Havrlal ark Bad la arsraa TVLK DESK CO., Ht. lUnla, Mo., V.H.Jk PCklrkeatrr'a rcUh Dlaatw4 Brail. ENNYF10YAL PILLS HIT, alaa rrllabie. 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