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fin SI SEDALIA 'WEEKLY BAEOO. JANUARY 12, 1892.
GARZA'S FATE NEAR. THE TEXAS BORDER BEINQ MADE TOO HOT FOR REBELS. TROOPS ON RESULTLESS SCOUTS. The United States Soldiers In the Field Cnable to 3Ieet Any or the Outlaw Hands Not Even a Skirmish for Variety The ICebcl Chief Be ported Cornered Mexi co's Troub'.ei. Vashixgtc', Jan. 5. A telegram from Brigadier General Stanley dated San Antonio. Tex., Jan. 4. received by General Schofield, leads him to believe that the trouble . i the Mexican border with tho Garza revolutionists is nearing an end. The telegram is as follows: "Commanding officer Fort Ringgold to-day reports courier in from Lieutenant Beach at Pincno, passed Captain Hardio at Sallenno. All information from that direction and from scouting parties in this vicinity indicates tho breaking up and scattering of the band of revolutionists that had begun to form into larger forces. "Reliable information received convinces mo that the reports mentioned in your tel egram of December -7 were incorrect. All stage lines and travel here continue un molested to the present time. Captain Johnson at Port Brown telegraphs: 'lie turned last night with troop from forty five miles up the Itio Grande, where a larce ranch was searched. No force of bandits there.' The situation of tro&ps on the Rio Grande is as follows: Cavalry scouting in Enconal, Duval, Seapata and Starr counties. River well protected from Ringgold to Mcintosh." The telegram of General Schofield of December 29, above referred to, called tho attention of Brigadier General Stanley to reports current in Mexico that several large ranch owners in Texas were harbor ing and aiding bands of revolutionists. Sax Antonio, Tex., Jan. ii. It is re ported that the Mexican revolutionist Garza is surrounded in the chapparel in the extreme northwestern corner of tho Sapata county by United Slates troops and raapcrs and that it is almost impos sible for him to escape. Telegraphic com munication between the military head quarters here and the posts on the border nas been re-established. Advice3 wero received to-day that the scouting of tho past few days indicates the scattering of Garza's forces on Texas soil. That they are either hiding or have taken refuge in Mexico is possible, considering the vast stretch of broken and brushy country on both sides of the Rio Grande and tho sparse means of communication. Minister Romero's assertion at Washing ton in a prominent Mexican citizen was being held by Garza at Ceja del Prieto proves to be unfounded. Captain Johnson of Fort Brown telegraphs Coptain J. P. Martin, adjutant of this post, that he has just returned from a scout of fortr-fivo miles up the Rio Grande and searched sev eral ranches, but found no revolutionists. Thirty Mexican troops acted in concert with him. proceeding on the Mexican side. Troop D, Third cavalry, under Captain George Chase, has left Fort Ringgold for Palieto Blanco, in Duval county. Captain .Hunter, with another detachment of tho Third cavalry, proceeded from Fort Mc intosh to Los Angeles in the hope of com ing up with the enemy. General Stanley has called upon United States Marshal Fricke for additional deputies to assist in preserving order on the border. Cur of Mexico, Jan. 5. Though th government is trying to conceal the facts in regard to the situation in Durango, it is now well known that tie reports of misery there heretofore received were not ex aggerated and that many people are suf fering from starvation, and it is said that if the government continues deaf to tho -cry of the suffering an uprising of tho people may bo expected. To use the words of a man of influence among the common people, "I prefer to die fighting than from iiunger." In the state of Chiapas the new Govern or Rabasa is trying to set tho people .against the late Governor Carrascosa, but the latter, who knows the people well, has created a most decided hostility cn their part against 'Rabasa, and the state is said to be ripe for revolution against President Diaz's appointee, Rabasa. In Puebla a revolution was only averted by the general government backing down after arresting tho priests in twe of the thirty monasteries in Puebla, which is the most Catholic state in the republic. It is stated that it was the intention of tho gov ernment to arrest all the priests and if the peoplo rose to shoot them down, but Bishop Moraby avoided what seemed, to be a trap. -The Garza revolution is becoming a more important matter than the govern ment is willing to ccnccde. It is an open secret here that Garti is receiving money from both Mexico sai tbo United States, and that coatrabandits of all classes on the border of both countries are contribut ing to carry cn the work. Speculators in Mexiccr. conds are also said to bo assist ing. Ti.ire is no doubt but that the gov ernment will triumph over the insurgents, but it is possiblo that the present move ment may be complicated with an uprising by hungry peoplo in some of tho suffering states. Oniiatre Terrorize a Kansas Town. Atchison", Kan., Jan. 5. Tho robber? of Effingham and Xortonvillo held up a young farm hand named Hughes Sunday night, sandbagged him and took from him $53, his wages for the past six months. Mrs. Jonathan Davis, whom they forced to sign checks to the amount of $630 and over whoso clothes they poured coal oil, fa in a precarious condition. Her hair was entirely burned oft and her face and hands badly injured. Ci tizens of Effingham have .organized for protection. WANTED. A small farm near 8edalia. See t 3-ldtf - KrrcHEr Bbothtes. LaGRIPPE. I am L Grippe ! Grip forihort, But I jet there just the same ! And the way I get there Knocks the stuffing Out of the animals of pathology ! I am no resptctnr of persons. And si.k, or satin, or broadcloth Has oo more influence with me Than a width of Brown muslin has ! I lay for the woman Who runs around bare-headed Or thin shod ; And the way I swipe a man Without an overJoat Is perfectly astonishing ! Ibe air is full of me; And as a microre incubator I may say without ftar Of successful contradiction, That I am beyond contradiction ! I've got a coiner on the Human sys'.em at present, And I'm working it For all it's worth ! I and the drctcrs Are having a picnic, With the doctors ! Gating all the gate money ! However, I'm nut in it For boodle. And I don't care a cuss vVhal I'm hero for. People find out when ihey take me ; And there's- no telling . How niDy have found out In the past few weeks. It's a cold day Wiiea 1 get I f ', And we are i.ot hvirg Many cv.ld days this winter. Hence But why multiply words ? You know me, And if you doa't you can learn All you want to know lir r.fe.-eace to tin- families Which, and in which, I have worked ! Mighty few of them Don't recojn zs me sociallj, And curse me For all the crimps in the calendar ! But I ain't saying a word, I simply L-t her go, Uallaghar, And she uofs Like theol l-Xew York World. SHARPERS IN LUCK. Kansas City, Kan., l'ool lcr Thousands. Rooms lilt Kansas Cixr. ICaa. Jan. 6. Pool rooms in several western emus were me victims yesterday of a carefully planned, well ex-1 ecutcd and highly successful scheme to ucat tnem on the uuttenocrg races. ican government's representatives. In Kansas City alone tho book-makers I Cbniau cruiser, President Ernv- lost about 10,000, and two of tho men, Ujrzj, js oa trial trip to-day. A number who reaped a benefit from the plan, arc jf government officials are aboard. Mail now in the hands of the police. In Denver 0rUcriy Bradley of tho Yorktown, who one pcol room lost e4,M0; in Omaha tho 1 3i rcd mysteriously alter hav rooms also suffered, and according to re-D(? bccn scnt ashore on Deccm ports heavy losses were sustained in San ' be- 03 t0 nav a cabjc dispatch, and Indianapclis. The scheme was to disconnect, presum ably near the race track oprosue Jew'lher0 is a woman jn the case. It is said York city, tho wire which supplies pool' that Bradley and the woman havo left rooms throughout the country with the Valparaiso for some unknown place. results of and information concerning the races. At the point where the 't.T'l. trim wrrw iiisrnnnpptnil ra stationed an operator who, at tho time, telegraphed into rooms tho name of a horse agreed upon as ths winner of rr- V. T .1 Mn nt ; r pool I previously 1.1 1 r- -r nrt i,.,.r,,hnnniwnm "ceived Congress, a 15 to 1 shot, and in the second race the Rosa u. colt, at 3 to 1, as tho winners. Neither was really 'first or second, but beforo the pool room keepers knew that they had been swindled it was tco late for them to protect them selves. The plan was known to thirty or forty men and perhaps more. They were s 1 distributed at cities where nool rooms are' located and posted by people near New York as to tho horses to place their money sn in the first and second races. The operator at the point where the wire was tapped and the men in the pool rooms un- dcrstood each other thoroughly and it was a dead sure thing that the pool rooms would lose heavily on the two races ill they accepted the wagers. Two well dressed young men, who gavo their names as Robert Vincent and Frank Kintz, were arrested at the depot and 1.3TS recovered. XEWSPAl'ER HUMOR. When a man is not verv u 1 . origin it seems a hardship to leave him to his own reflections. Picayune. When a drunkard gets lost his fn-nils dou t worry. Th. y know 1 e win soon "turn up. iro:umous x ost. You can't argue with a bigot without Agreeing with him in thinking tnat you'ie a fool. Elmira Gnzttte. The only woman a man has a right to dictate to is his beautiful uid Hltiaciive type- writer. Dallas News. Actors and lovers have one trait in common. Tney often "make up" with each other. Lowell Courier. Chicago's American .Brewing Academy hae just graduated eighteen men wilh beer diplomas. We strive to please. Chicago Post Bartender 1 speak ssven differ ent languages. What'll you have as a starter? Rounder Well, you miglit give us a little hot Scotch. fiiogham ton Leader. Uncle What is vour favorite dish. ivariclien Karlchen Suet UUUIU- .mgs ; tor they always make me so vice president David Ecklcs of Hutchin ill thet I can't CO to school the dav.son' secretary, A. D. Bowers of Topeka.; after. Anekdoten Bibl.olhek. MILES' NERVE AND LIVER PILL Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels through the ner7es. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste. torpid Iilver, piles, constipation. Un- equaled formen, women, children. Kmall- i, uiuuBi, bureau ou aoses,so cents. Ssmplea free, at A. T. Fleischman'a. IA DWINDLING CLOUD. . IT SEEMS THAT CHILI'S AN SWER WAS ALL A MISTAKE. THE DOCUMENT UNAUTHORIZED. Minister Matta Sent a Keplj to Fretl. dent Harrison's McMage Without ths Approval of the Chilian President or Cabinet The German Em peror Is Suggested as an Arbitrator. Valparaiso, Jan. 5. A Herald cable gram reads thus: I learn on reliable authority tho following important facts regarding the answer scat by Scnor Matta, at tho time minister of foreign affairs, to President Harrison's messafo and which was cabled to Chili's ministers ! in Europe and America as the provisional government's reply to the United States. I At a meeting of President Monti's old cabinet, called to discus President llar- authorized to reply to it. Ho wrote out a J document and cabled it to the Chilian min j istcr at Washington, Senor Moatt, witli ! out ever submitted it to President Mon'.t J or the other members of tho cabinet. I Iu spite of this omission Minister Matta, j in sending a massage to Minister Egan cn the same suDjcct,staicu mat me uucuciuu. was tho official utterance of the Chilian government. Ho made a similar statement before tho senate. When the truth was known it was then too late for President Montt or tho other members of tho cabinet todisavow respon sibility for the curt tone of tho reply and at the'same timo avoid giving offense Just then to the Radical parly, of which Sencr Matta was the leader. Now, however, tho Radical party, as well as the leading members of congross, are fully inclined to disavow and condema tho retired minister's word. Tho prcscr.t ministry is preparing another document as a substitute for Scnor Matta's undiplomatic letter. It is stated here Hmt ihn Citrnun emisror will bo Iiro- ' posed as an arbitrator in tho Haltimoro i w IwifnM thlc Mn hn rfi?!i't?i!inl bir I, ,T:..i .. ,.-in im au apology win ua i ,.i.,i fm il. German, Herr uuv Jcumiu, for certain alleged undiplomatic nrocccdin on uli ,,art toward the Aincr- .vho. it was IhoucbL, mlcht have been silled by persons inimical to Americans, nas been heard from and it turns out that proper respondent ot the Times says: Tho pro A 1 . 1 .t,if n,- i-nnnrt nn llm TlriHimnrG sailor's I i the pOOll"Ura 0 rtpuri UU lUC UUIUUIUII. sauut - charges made against the police of th:& : ;uv 01 auacuiDir uiu ivuitiiwn uuus. -1. ncncin mncars that tho police did it arrive in force until tho not had reachtd serious . prnP"rtionS; SAYS THERE IS NO FAMINE. The Czar of Itutsla States There Is Only a Tall are of Cropu St. Peteksbcro, Jan. 5. The Gour ns :cnlly bought by the municipal aulhori-it-i vrhirh was found to bu adultcratcil md totallv unfit for Use. was oriain&Ily in- 'tended for export, and if it had not beea for the decree prohibiting the exportation if flour the fraud might never havo beea discovered. A thousand wagon loads of ;orn which was sold by a large exporting firm to the town of Samara has been found jo bo similarly adulterated, The czar has given offense by declaring publicly that no famine exists and that , ibcre only has been a failure of crop;, Hits expression of opinion is very gcncnJ 'c official circles. For Cefraudlue; the Starving. Paui. Jan. 5. M. RiboU the Frcnca foreign minister, has created a bad im- ' press ron in uussia uy instructing iuu Lrench ambassador at St. Petcrsbunrto ntcrvene in favor of a Paris Jewish firm ji danger of public prosecution fortryin; x hell large quantities of adulterate! ;daImins rcuuced rates of transit. Hour in tbc famine stricken provinces and A NATIONAL EVENT. The h-dding of the World's Fair in n city scarcely fifty years old will he a re markl event, but whether it will real.y b:nefit this nttion as much 11 lh dis covery of the Restorative Nervine by Dr. Franklin Miiw is doubtful. This it just whit the peopla need to cure ihir rxcen Eive iiervonenes, dyspepsia, hadacLe, die zine, fleep!cfinesj, neuralgin, nervotm dthility, duilncff, confusion of mind, ttc It ac:s ike a chrm. Trial IwiiIps ncd fine boos on "Nervous and llein D.-eas!"" with uncquaicl testimonials f rre at A. T. Fleiscbmann's. It is warrauted to coc tain no opium, morphine or dangerous drug3. Kanaaa Labor FcderatloB Officers. HuTcniNSOX. Kan., Jan. 6. Tho Kansts convention of federated labor closed last evening and tho next convention will to held in Kansas City, Kan., January 2 next The officers for the ensuing year are: President,!!. M. Ives of Topeka; first vie nxuiinnt EVinl. TInn .( Ut.Klt.. - 1 Topeka was made chairman of the federa tion council with four associates. Krau'e'e Headache Capsules unlike many remedies are perfectly h armies', they contain no usurious substance, and will stop any kind of a headache, will pri: vent headache' caused bf other indulgenco of food or drink late at night Price ?5 cents, for sale by Aug. Fleischmann, corner ! Fourth and Ohio : Hertz & Hale. 210 Ohin ! and 0. W. Smith, 91G East Third. GOOD NEWS 1 stkFOBTHEallUJONSOFCONSUMERSOF Tntt's Pills. I 1 .w. It gives Dr. Tutt pleasnro to on-a nounce that ho Is now putting lip a V TINT LIVER PILL which is ofexceedingly small size, yet A retaining all tho Tlrturs of the larger fM one. They are guaranteed purely vegetable. Iloth fixes of tlioo pills A are still Issued. TIio exact slzo of ,W Tirrrs tixy utek pills a 13 ohowa In tfeC border of tils "ad." scorn eemulsion PATENTS. HiEilon, Higion & LonEan. Attorneys. Wafhington associates. late examiner of U. S. P-ttent OInc for 12 yfnrs. Offices 8. Louis, Old Fellow's building ; Kansas Citv, Hall building ; Washingtnc, D. C, 1-Droit building ; Pitltburg, 127 Fourth Avtnue. Drawings unde in our offices. Circular free. G-23 Smo CURf The only rcil pure Tradable Mocl f urHc known which rrue stin tiLvue, zcm.i, tetter lt rheum, toil.". Unc'i etil i!i-umatinu. cnut cbcisx. nenialjnt, au all diseases from impure? iiV-oi, olten trom jcroiuiom, lutKrcuiouiortrctnc Moolta nt, litre.' itair or acijcirid. Xo mlnera no failun. n reUpscs. SoM 1 y V. E- Hard. 5-Wwly EXECUrOR'S NOTICE. Xolice is hereby given, that letters le.-ta-mentarv on the estate of Harry R. Under wood deceastd, were granted to th: under signed on the 21 day of December, 1S91 br the probate court cf Pettis county, Mis Mjuri. All persons having claims rgiinst said rs'a'.e lire required to exhibit them for allowance to the executor, within one year after the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any bent At of such 'Sttl; and if such claims be not exhibited ki hin two years from the dale of this pub lics i n. tbey shall be forever barred. Thi 22nd day cf Dccemb-r. 1S9I. A. B. TnunsToK. 12-23w4t Exicutor. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby giver, that by virtue of an order of the probate court of Pettis county Missouri, made on the 21st day of December 1S91, the undersigned, public administrator for said county has taken c!i true of the estate of William Collins de ceased. A 1 persons bavins: claim against s tid e.tate are required to exhibit them to me, !or allowance within one ye r atter the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from any bjntflt of such estate, and if such claims be not exhibited with in two yean from the date ot tliH publica t:rn, they shall be f jrever barred. This 29.h day of December 1S91. JO IIS li. CLOTTOK, I 5 wt'. Public Administrator. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. No'iceis hereby given, that the under signed, O. W. Orc-g?, executor tf the es tate of Joseph (i. Givgg, deceased, will make final settlement of his accounts with said f state as mi.h executor, at the next t-rm of the ptobite court of Pettis county, Mis.ouri, to be holden at Sedalia in said county, on the 8th day of February, A. D., 1892. G. V. Gkego, 1-12 w4t Executor Joseph G. Gregg. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT. Notice U herebr given that the under signtd exiHSUtors of the last-will of Ander son D. Jayne?, deceased, will make final settlement of their accounts with said es tate, as such executory at ths reit term of ths probate court of Pettis county, Mis souri, to be holden in Sedalii, in said county, on Monday the 8th day of Febru ary, A. D., 1S92. Maky J "Jayxes, John B. Jaykes, Joiix II. Botiiwell, Executors. Attorney. 2-5w5t VETRINARY SURGEON. DR. JOS. PATT Treats diseased and cripph-l animals of all classes in a p o apt and scientific man ler.has been in rictlce for nineteen years, tine years ol that time in the service ot the Isinian government, and for the last (en .-a !n cnrfpusflll n-ariir? in Rxtnlia Salves, Liniments, Colic Cure, Eye Balm! etc., carefully compounded. Calls answered U n. ffblrfvrftnh. dftv fir n Trrli f , OfTI. DOES CURE MNSIEMPTIflN In its First Stages. j I Be sure you jct tUcjcnuinc. j I I at Bower's Stble, West Mn street, op posite the Mills. Telephone, No. 97 Con sultation free. Db.J03.Patt, V 8. 8 lodiwly Deutscher Thier&rzt. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue and authority of a special ex ecution for delinquent Taxes isucd fmni tltu officii of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, of Pettis Comity, Mi-sotui, dattil the l-Jtla dav of December, 1S91, and to me directed in favor of the State of Missouri at the re lation mid to the use i if Michael Dohorty, Odhftor of the revenue ot" Pettis County, in the .-tatc of Missouri, and against Kliit A. Webber for the years 1SSS aiul 1S;'J. I have leviitl upon and siczed all right, tit If, interot and estate of the said ik-feiul-atit of. iu mid to the following described llwil Estate, situated in IVttis County, ML-Muri, tir-wit: Ixit three (I!) block lif teeti (!") in Smith & MartinV. First Ail dition fo Stilalia, IVttis County, Missouri, aid I will, on edneslay tli2 20thuay of January, SU2, between" the hours 6f J) o'clock, a. Ji.? ami ii o'clock, P. M., of said day, at thi west front iloor of the Court HoW, in the City of Setlalia, Pettis County, MifMjuri, and while the Circuit Court is in seioii, sell thu&iid Real Estate :it public auction, to the highest bidder, fur cash to gatisfv said execution and cit. " ELLIS it. SMITH, Sheriir of Pettis Countv, Mo. :;CfMV-12-29w-lt. SIIEKIFFS SALE. By virtue and authority of a special ex ecution tor ilelinquent laxes issued trom the otlicc of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, id" IVttis County, Missouri, dated the 1 lth day of December, lSHI, and to me directed in favor of the state of Mi otiri at the re lation and to the u-e of .Michael Dohcrty, Collector of the revenue of IVttis County, in the state of Missouri, and against George Ireland for years ltWS and ! I have levied upon and seizeil all the ! right, title, interest and estate of the slid I defendant of, in ami to the following de j scribed Real Estate; situated in IVttis ; County, Missouri, to-wit : The south half oi uie soutn-west quarter and ;u aens on the eat side of the north-east quarter of the south-west quarter of section 5 town-snip-15 range 21 in IVttis County, Missouri. And I will, on Wedntsday the 20th day of January, 1S92, between the hours of It o'clock a. r., anil " o'clock, i ji , of said day. at the west front door of the Court ll6:isc, in the City of Sedalia, Petti County, MiNsouri, and while the Clicuit Court is in session, sII the said Real Es tate at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash to satisfy said execution and cost. ELLIS R SMITH, Sheritrof IVttis Countv, Mo. :;97!l-12-29w-U. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue and authority of a special ex ecution for delinquent taxes, l-Mied from tlieolliceof the Clerk of the Circuit Court of IVttis county, Missouri, dated the four teenth day of December, 1591, and tome directed in favor of the State of Ml-otiri. at the relation and to the use of Michael Dohcrty, Collector of the revenue id" IVtti counly, in the State of Missouri. :iml against Porter B. Wixxls, David 11. Ettein, Lombard Investment Company, G. W. Bar nett and J. G. Fa-t for the vcars 1SS7, 1SSS and ISSJ). I have levied upon and seized .ill the right, title, interest ami estate of the said defendants of, in ami to the following de scribed real estate, situated in Pettis coun ty, Missouri, to-wit: Lot- eleven (11 ) and twelve (12) iu Block sixteen (10,) original plat of Sedalia, Missouri. And I will, on Wednesday, the twentieth day of January, 1892, Itetween the hours of 9 o'clock a. nl., and 5 o'chck p. in., of Faid day, at the west front door of the Court House, in the Citv of Sedalia, Pettis county, Missouri, ami while the Circuit Court is' in session, sell the said real e-tate :tt public auction to the highest bidder for cash to satl-fy said execution and costs. ELLIS R. SMITH, :tt.-j2-12-29-w4t Sherill" of Pettis Co., Mo. SHERIFFS SALE. By virtue and authority of a special ex ecution for delinquent taxes 1 ued from the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of IVttis county, Missouri, dated the 1-lth day of December, 1S91, and to uie directed in favor of the State of Missouri, at the use of Michael I )ohertj, collector of the reve nue of IVttis county, in the State of Mis souri, and against Jerry Bingham for years lSSG, 1H$7, 1SSS, 1Ss9, I have levied "upon and seized all the right, title interest and estate of the .-aid defendant, of, in, and to the following ilescrilKil real estate, situ ated in IVttis county, Missouri, to-wit: Lot -I in the town of Lincoln, Pettis county, Misso uri,and I will on Wednesdayjthe 20th day of January, 1S92, between th'e hours of 9 o'clock, a. in., and o o'clock p. m., of said day, at the west front door of the Court House, in the City of Sedalia, IVt tis county, Mo., and 'while the Circuit court is in session, sell said real estate at public auction to the highest bidder for cash to satl-fv siid execution and costs. " ELLIS R. S.MITH, 391 1-12-29-w-lt Slieriffof IVttis Co., Mo. SHERIFFS SALE. By virtue and authority of a sjecial exe cution for delinquent taxes issued from the office of the Clerk of Uie Circuit Clerk of Pettis county, Missouri, dated the 14th day of DcccihIkt, 1S91, and to me directed in favor of the State of Missouri at the re lation and to the use of Michael Doherty, collector of the revenue of Pettis countv, in the State of Mksouri, and against Wil liam W. Carpenter for years ISSti and 1SS7 I have levied ujon and seized all the right, title, interest and estate of the said defend ent, of, in and to the following dcscrild real estate, situated in IVttis county. Mis souri, to-wit: The west half of the rautli west quarter of section 10, township 43, range 22, in IVttis county, Missouri. And I will, on Wednesday, the 20th day of January, 1S92, between "the hours of 0 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 Setlalia, Pettis coun ty, Mo., and while the Circuit Court is in session, sell the said real estate at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash to sati-fv said execution and co-ts. ELLIS R. SMITH. 4021 12-29-w-U Sheriff of Pettis Co, Mo flPA Cklrknun EaclLh llbawi ttnm. lENNYROYAL PILLS Bssr kiwt MJ Brm.t dim. artlel ' la Mtxsr for rutleutar. MJtiaoiiU tm4 HUcf Ur TmMtT tttur. by rrtart itj TB 1 TAKE THE -FOR- CHICAGO, AND ALL Points North and East Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars leave Sedalia every evening at 6:10 p. m. arrives Hannibal 12:20 a. ra. ami arrives Chicago y:lo NEXT MORNING. Breakfast be inu served in the Celebrated "BDK LiNGTON ROUTE," Dining Can. DIRECT CONNECTION Is made in Chicago with lines for Detroit, Montreal, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Washington) Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston and NEW YORK, You can save time and money by trav eling via the above line. J.WALDO, Vice President. GASTON MESLIEB, Gen. Fait. & Ticket Agent. SEDALIA. MISSOURI. 1,000 Cenulne Trier Curtain Desks S21 and 24 Net Spot Cash. Kev 40O7 Antique Oak standard Tyler Beaka. 4R.Hn. long by art. Uln. high. 31ICO and Dost lYiiof. Zinc IJottom under drawer: patent: Brass linul Curtain: l.li.ticil Oak: Writing Table; CTum Wer lock: one luck fccurinir all drawers; 8 hearr cardlK)araHllngl5)xcs;Cupbcra In end; raneled Kinfebcd Back; Kxtenslon Arm Slides: 'WelckC SOO lb, r rle. F. O. It. at Factory. Set Also l,O0O Antique) Ash Desks. X0.4OOR. SanioasaboTe.exceptmadoof Solid Antlquo Ab. (CimkI as oak. Weight XOO lbs. Prlc F.O.B.a Factory, 81 Xet. Shipped Irom oar Indiana ixilis factory direct. Slado and m Id. eulclr br tbo TYLER DESK CO.. 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