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rnrc SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO. JANUARY 5, 1892.
lAlL PROPOSITION. lie Polls. TheLeth .People the DfS35,- Luew MISSOURI MELANGE. The Moberly Sentinel has ceased to stand guard. In 1891 Missouri produced over two billion bushels of corn. Kansas City is alarmed over the disappearance of W. T. Hall. St. Joseph is trying to shut up her barber shops on Sunday. Dick Dalton oi Ralls is billed for at Betbaiiv next week. How at Nevada was sued for He got one cent, product of southwest each S17.000.0CO this Lnnty'a 1,000 railroad in the debt past! Tallin o a load of turkeva to Quincy, two Marion county farmers got stuck in the mud, They alighted from the wagon, clipped the turkeys' wings and drove the lowis to town. Missouri didn't exactly cet the earth in the appointment of the House committees, out sue gotniore man any other state in the Union and got it purely as a reward of merit Mo berly Democrat. I'"!T-Rnrcsentative Tavlor of Sullivan county who helped raise a . . rvA 1 "a note lor 52 to g-'.uuu win agaiu visit tTefierson City this time as a convict with a five year sentence. 1 1 doesn't pay to be a republican in Missouri. V. II. Lockwood. and old resi dent of Lawrence county, is the fa ther of nine children. Mr. Jock- I wool is 70 vears old. while his voting- jfph News says "rs child is but 12 months: a diller lour notice." So is ence in tlitir ages of sixty-ii-au years. r White hassucceeded Mrs. Johnson:; promised genera! . . .11 r 11 on t - iUl:Oiin in Jopliu be; J.0G1 1,1110 ority lor j il anil defeated !)u4 The nronosiiion to he successful had "0 carry by a two-thinls majority and 1 . 1 1 . 1: 1 13 aeieateu ov -to voies. The" 131 Sedalia gentlemen who voted "no" will probably feel rejoiced at the result. MISSOURI ELECTORAL DISTRICTS. Governor Francis yesterday gave out for publication the subjoined let ter from Hon. E. H. Norton, of Platte county, ex-Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, in regard to redis tricting the state : Platte City, December 4. Hon. Dr. R. Francis, Jefferson City : Dear Sir I am just in receipt of yonr fivnr of the 29th ult.. in which you I -zequest to know my opinion as to the proper construction 01 section z-jo:j or our Revised Statutes, which reads as follows : "When any new apportionment shall be made of the member to be elected to the house of representative of the United States, whrreby the number of electors to which this state may be entitled shall be increased or diminished, it shall he the duty of the governor to lav ofl the state into aa many electoral districts as shall be equal to the number of electors to which thia state may be entitled, so that the said ASmtmStm mntaSn. near is mar be. an IUHUIvW was j - w canal number of inhabitants." constitution of the United States .each state is entitled to appoint or elect a number of electors equal to he whole number of senators and representatives to which the Btate may be entitled in the congross, and each electors are to be chosen in such manner as the legislature thereof may Aiwt The above section establishes the rule for the ascertain mont nf iri number of electors to which any state tnay be entitled, and applying it to the new apportoinment fflulA v the ennc-rasa our state is en- ;1a1 tn anvAnteen electors instead of 4iVW W WW.w w xteen under the old or former ap The number of electors uaj&ftaw'' ; . to which the state k enUtled under the new apportionment having been tia incrMRed. the contingency au thorizing you to perform the duty im- posed by eecuon zooa 01 our xcvwu !.. ne lotrinir off the state into Ai.tnl districts has hsDDened or -4af. In thn nerformance of this duty the statutes expressly provides, nnamhiirnoiia languaee. that the number of electoral districts into which the Btate shall be laid off hall be equal to the number oi elec tors to which the state may be entit led, and that the districts shall con tain as near as may be an equal num ber of inhabitants. As the state, tinder the new apportionment, is en titled to seventeen electors I think it that. ;r vou enter UDon the duty imposed by the statute, the number of electoral aisincvo iuiw mui j it off must be equal to the number of uf nra tn which the state is entitled. There is no ambiguity in the words of the statute, and when sucn is me case no rule of construction is more firmly .ki;.nwl than that the main and ordinary meaning is to be applied to S u Invest' r i ners association intt iuhv. The Democrat says Moulro;e will tho now year nitu a business made an S-'IS.OOO, T Mn AM no reason for apprehend that the electoral vote of the state w2l not be counted should the Btate be divided into electoral districts as in mid section 2359. and 5.nnM the electora be chosen by the ! nf the state in conformity with i KwimrAmenta of sections 2361- 2365. revised statutes. Respectfully youis, E. H. Norton. Children Cry for Pitcher's Cattorla. mi building boom. The Lamar bsnk ha3 assignnient. Liabilities, assets, Slit) JUU. .Two Svrians were married in accordance with their native customs at tit. Louis the o.her day. Evangelist Martin has becun a series of meetings at Richmond. His success is phenomenal. War was vn"fil in an Italian colony in Kansas City the other day and two men were killed. The Kausas City Star is kicking because of the law's laxity in regu- atinc the sale of poisons. A fire at Independence destroyed e elesrant home of Louis F. McCoy of the court of appeals. The al-nuui of Oberlincollege.O., held its fourth annual meetintr in Kansas City Tuesday night. Thi five mniiKiates for coDtrress from the First district are in favor of free and unlimited coinage. j A mauiac es caned from Fulton asylum and created wild excitement at the St. Louis Union depot. At Doe Run. Mo., the large mills of the Doe Run Lead company were burned yesterday morning. A fit. .Tosenh reporter interview ed a double headed woman the other day - a very easy task for him, too. j A refTtilaxlv organized eane of wheat thieves was captured at Inde pendence. There wer four mem bers. Harrv Brockmever. formerly of Jefferson City has succeeded to the city editorship of the bt. ixmis republic. As the warning is iainy gooa, a. Martin Williams will reach Missouri in time to vote the mugwamp ticket next fall. The drummers of the west held a kannnet in fit. Louis the other nieht. Four hundred knights of the grip narticipated. - ... ... Seventeen million dollars is the Mtimated value of the lead ore pro duct of Southwest Missouri during the past year An the result of a collision at Wheeling Tuesday, three freight train men were killed and as many seriously injured. The Warrensbure town clock hmtf it record the other night by Btrikinir 280 when the other clocks were striking 3. Barton county democrats have ft lontr nrlicle to the KaUSSJ City Times denouncing Editor Jones, nf I ho KpnllhllC Mrs. Elizabeth B Dyer, formerly of Clay county, died in Washington, D. U., recently. She neiongea 10 distinguished family. Tho new hnildmc Bonn to be oc cupied by the St. Louis Globe-Demo crat cost siuu.uuu ana is nine stones above the basement. Evidence is daily developing to show that Robt. Ellis supposed to liave been killed by a train at Mo berlv. was murdered. TheBoone conntv T. & L. TJ. has resolved not to support that candidate favoring the publication 01 ine session . 1 acts m tne newspapers. Mrs. Elizabeth Myles of Excel sior Springs died the other day aged 02. She was the widow of: a Uuantrel victim and had for years supported herself making carpets. demoluior of thing- ei-ihly must have been sidetracked somvwhe.e ij ..100 At ilu .imiifti'i? hour this . . . i-r--"- :. : : were injured : reiriou was 11s the inulst ot the cxacl Fe near Car- : orTnosite of liie lire ir which it is dc- . . .a, crted that the world ".M uepatt. Kansas City Times, . The siinns poet entered tb? s actum, He prated of "tlowerr aud dorm : The editor tcytd with the dumb h:l And fmidh'd liii bn-inj; k'iovjs. The devil unchained l!.e "nllT dote,' The compositor loaded the mm, The casket coal 'Jfleea dollars, And the funeral occurs at en. Kicli Hi!! Ktview. ( o'oncl Joe Rickey's laniou-" in- j terview wah Senator Lelaud Stanford ; of Califoruio on the money fjuestion makei a pamphlet of fifty pages. At the top 01 every fifth page, next to pure reading matter, is this ejacula tion : -'Pst, I'etey; zwl beer!" This is supposed t" bis Colonel Rickeys favorite expression to relieve tbestram on his brain. The body of Dixie Barton was snatched from its grave in the Mexico Mnmlav niL'hL Barton died of small- nox last snriDir and hia wife recently asked permission of Mayor Ferris to temove the touy to l.tcmauu, xio., for final intermeut. The request was refused because of the certainty of spreading the disease broadcast. Ihe grave was opened and the body removed. New developements in regard to the killing of Robert Ellis on the morning of December 23 by a Wa bash train reached here to-day. Alter the body was sent to his friends in Monroe county they discovered a bul let bole in his sleeve and one aiso in his cap. Ine conclusion is mat ne was shot and laid across the track. e had about $75 in his pocket when he left home and only $1.50 were found on his persin. Both the niftliod and results wheu Syrup f Figs is taken; it is pleasant aul rcTrc'liing to the taslc, and acts gently yet promptly 0:1 the Kidneys, Liver ::nd Howels, cleanses the sys l,!t? cllectually, dispels cold?, ht-ad-:i lies ,ni;l fevcr.i and cures hahitti.d c.)i.;iihlio!'. tS'yrUj) ;f I'"ig3 is the only r;:-iedy oi" Hh kind ever pru- iiums, pieau.g tiie lv.tv n:ui ac t-cpibSa lo il o stomach, prompt in ! ilK nctif.il ! fnilv lunefichd i i it ! ellect., n:ei.:i - d c:... i' 01.1 the nu.lj hsalthv i many cxr?!!-"i to ail ::' 1 Syri'p oi I i ' is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles ny nil leailiiig drug gi.-ts. Any reliable druggist who is'ny i.ot have it 011 hand will pro 1 arc it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. Do riot accept any Eubstitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUF CO. j A woman may seiAand a Woman may spin, MLvAeiJ tMiRWEp comes Into kr iW 1 nen vani&n m trouDses avay. nyceaide stih'iance.-, if ''.'ilitics 'o:nmend it inado it :ho mo-l Mr. The Paris Appeal Is exactly right when it savs that "The town is bound to have the country or do no business and the country is bound to have the town or nave no market. The president of the United States declare war but he can so .in volve the conntiy that congress will be compelled to make the formal declaration. St. Louis Chonicle. SAV FPAHCISCO. CM. iou:smte. xr. hew yor. u.r. r Children al-rny Enjoy It. I scorn EMULSION of pur Cod Liver Oil with Hjpo ) ptioaphltea of Limo and Soda la 1 almost palatable aa milk. ' Children enjoy it ratbar than otherwise. A MARVELLOUS FLCSH I PRODUCER It Is Indeed, and the ) little lads and lassies who take cold ) easily, may be fortified against s cough that might prove serious, by taking Scott's Emulsion after their j meals during the winter season. j Wan mihlltntLtwkA and ImltationM. I Luan and Investment ssociatSons CombiaedOapital Stock S4,000,000 i'kincii'ai. orncE : 401 L AMINE STKEET, FED ALIA - - MISSOURI. EXCITABLE .0. OFF1C KS. E. E. Johnston, -President Jn3. Montsroiuerr, Jr Vice-President J C. TboDiHoa, Treasurer It C Sneed -Secretary Jackson & Muutiroinery, tien'l Ati'y Be- dnlia. V. L Atkisson. Springfield ; Kodei, Waller & Kottes, Moberly ; J. H. Norton. Huller, A'sUtant Attorneys. This association issufs paid un certificate bearins per cnt. Al.o a new series each month. Loans made promptly. Call and eee us biicre inventing and securing a low' K. C. SNEED, Secretary. ttjUTAULE SO Ja. II. Doyle,- W D.Frllow- J. C Tbompsou U C. Stieed Jackroa & Monicomery Gen'l flail. l . 1. AIlC14tnn. Rodes. Waller : Rode?, MofaerW ; J. II . 1 1 . 1 . - . . ... onon, Duller, rtsaisi-.ni Aiiaruevs 1. OFFICES?. President Vice-President Tre-surer ..-'ecrtary Att'vs. Se- Sellers & Marquis Roofing Co., Successors To S. D. Warren & Co., and Ehret-Warren Roofing Co., MANUFACTURERS OF FIKE AND WATERPROOF Gravol, Felt, and Composition Roofs, BEFERtscra : Hannibal A 6L Joseph R'ilroid, Miswuri Pacific Railroad, K. C, Ft. 8cott dt Meaphia B. R. Fowler Bros. Armour Packing Co, Swift Packing; Co. 8--dJo JAS- MONTGOMERY, Agt-, SecUlia, Mo. OVER A CENTURY OLD. Baldwin Harl Reaches tbe Gtod Old Age of 101. Tw-dav. T)m 29 th. un the Mar shall Proeress, ia the one hundred and first birthday of Mr. Baldwin xuri, who now resides near Fairrille. He is a wonderful example of the sturdy . .1 --i- . i .1... ivm fir inn viriiH iluul luu lajuqu- tutes the real basts of the greatness of . a m . t . tbe west, tne race 01 ine pioneers. He is still in good health and teems to enior life. Below we eive a con- ArA aketeh of hia life. Mr. Harl was born in London county, Va., December 29, 1790. His father moved to xviaion county, Kt.. in 1796. At the aee of 21. or in 1811. Mr. Harl came to Missouri ml aaaititMl in defendinc? SL Charles mnZinmt th attaolra nf hrutilA Indiana. He returned to Kentucky in 1813 and initmd the srmv. From 1816 to 1832 . ... : i . ... it he followed nat Doatinr- to now Orleans. In March 1852 he removed lurmansnilv tn Miaanuri and TJUr . 1 ' 1 w. 1 1 J . chased the large tract of land where ... - . -rr a a a. be still resides, lie nss great great grand children. NOTICE TO BRIDGE BUII.TIER9. Pyiniruii oil I ha 11 In lha lnwrst bidder bj public outcry at the court house, on the 4th of Jaaaary, 1892, for the repair of two all bridges located in ine aomowes. pan of the couotr, one near Caap Branch sta tion, the other near Windsor, and also for the completion ot riprap ai loucaera Ford bridie. Plans and specifications can be found at the county clerk's office. "M TLs a. a a atl I Ktrla ? 9r- erred. J. 8. Suw 12-9d8t Bridge Uob SOMETHING NEW UNDER THE SUN A fpw weeka aero the BllOO made : 1 . .. . - mention of a Irealc, in tne anape 01 a cow. brought here and sold to Dr. Smith, the veteriniary surgeon for ariwrimpnlil nurnoaes. ihe doctor amputated the cow's leg yesterday and mHn a thnrntipb examinauon oi me nVfnrmUv He nronounced it the mot wonderful formation he knows of on record and will send a specimen to the National veterinary college in New York City ... . 1 . r There is absolutely no articuiauoo about the limb save at the hack joint and it is ossified, from the second inint d.iwn. - .. ..1 . .1 t a rwwiiiiarir.T snout inin nonT uaaue is the magnitude of the pores which v :.:ui 1,a vallnw serum, with which thev are filled dries out. The tendons were of course enveloped and rendered r tl Ll useiesB 1 or aii jinKtituic puijowi. In all other respecU the cow's phv sical condiuon was normal ana new w Th mnnstrngitv will afford SCienCB . - 1 an opportunity to make an aaaiuona Ciawncauoa ia tua roauiu u tu At B. B. Lyon's Old stand; WEST FOURTH STREET, BETWEEN OSAGE AND KENTUCK NOTICE TO CONTRaCrORS. Notice ia hereby siren that tbe city couadl of the City of Sedalia, Mission, will recaira and cooeidtrbida or proDoaala t .1 . t f .11 nm kAtk aides of Secoad street ia said city, between ik.Mdl!ul Mt-annri avanna and the west lint of Mill street, which sow reaBaina uacoastrnctsa in a Banner aunauauauj :k tVia -rMifiralinaa nf an or- vuwv.jMn .mm r - diaaace of said city entitled "an ordinance providing for tbe curbing 01 pom '- 01 H.mnrf atraal. Ima 111 fUI 11DB OI JBIB- aouri arenas east to the west line of Mill .Mt " nawtul Noreaaber 23rd. 1891 and approved November 24th, 1891. All 01m snaa oe duw ob iao AMai a! mmA naHinatlM mil ffiha!l bft IB UVUO Wl vtwiwMW " mnA tasaalavl. mnA filtvl in the office WIIUWi aaa. wi " Ar it ; UpV nf itM rkr. At or before 5 - . . a . a -t r o'clock, p. m.,oi tne 4tn aay oi janumij, i ha council -eaerrea me riao. uj re ject any and all bids. 1XExei8 DonKOMr, J. 8. BOSSXBMIK, V. W. T.auv. 1222J12L Committee on StreeU aad Alley a S a NOTICE OF ELECTION AND AN NUAL MEET1NU U Buant-HOLDER-1. Office Of 8edalia Waterworks Co.l Finest outfits is Central Missouri. New Carriages, Gentle. Horses Cerefal Drivers. Special attention paid to famishing Funerals with gord Carriages aad ExpeneBced Drivers, iirst-class ueane always on aaa , Oldest and beat equipped stable in Sedalia. Give us a call. Beoaua. Mo- Dec 24th , 1891 .: .inn that the rpirnlir annual meeting of the (harebolders oi tne Bedalia Waterworks company will be held i Ia IR nf aatil mmninT. in the Uses f riU building on Third street, ia the city of Sedalia. Pettis county, Missouri, oa lunin 11th. 1KZ. DennMHE Bl n '-1.k- . n anrl matinuinff BDtil 12 o'clock as. ox tnat aay, uniesa mo of the aseeting snail ds sooner acowpuaa li ..m ..nml -aactinv fire directors of aaid company will be elected to atrve uatil tae aezt aannai meeuog, nlber boaiaeai will be transacted as may come before the meeting. L. P. Ahdbews, J. B. Qorawr. Secretary. arrearuenu 12-22dAwtdl W Cla-ter'a EaalUh rPNNYRDYAL PILLS IMaMMwaaaiH i. miii wlik mm rtvkm. TakaAT ENTRY & OFFIEi-DS Conveniently locat ed for the traveling public, only one and a half blocks from Union Depot, well furnished with all -modem improvement, nice rooms and clean beds. Reaaona- Die rates ana mmpia auivuiuiuuouuiu wi i v ways patronizea. Tfl nuiii II II I iju JOHN A. RILEY. lAMricsJi AfNcy fer mm aLammmmmmV aaaVBATB. rear: SUS alx icaa. Addiaai : TirrtTtTTrrT T r f tUdnn Cry for Pitcher's Ctstoriv IOO Om.ln. Tru, Cnw DmMttl ! aaav. a. .l n rkW 1tm9Art bTbiIbIb SrtJalla. lM(bj Sfl.SIa.klsk. Jtlce and IDust Proof. Zinc Bottom under drawer: patent; : Brass ihSS rfrtAta: Polished Oa: WrttlnjrTable: 6Tom bier lock: one lock aeenrins all drawen; aneaTy cardboarai onsnn muiui " - j niM.ivM- nnnboard la end: Paneled . ' w..n.lr.n Ann HIM! Wdrtl AIM I.OOO Antique Ashi Desks. -TaLaaea. Bme u tioTe,ecpt naila of Holla Antlooa TAsSaood aa oak. Welkt SOO lk. fromonrlndUnapolufactory direct. Made and at-M olelr by tneTVUT. DESK CO.. at. Louis, Mc. IW van Ckutoo .rBa Cuura, Dt.lt, te.alaelore tarittttrpruu. aufm; alm watt. r5EK 14 CmcHCsrc t Ehqush. Red cwts ,-1550 TitaogisisaLasssawwiwc. -vaB8a-a.4 Take aa eaaar alaA. Vun an ImI iaa1ii' - N J