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THE SEDAIJA WEEKLY BAZOO. MARCH 8, 1892. li SIXTE-FIVE MINUTES. sell goods for 100 per cent, profit and ' mentalists a rub for carrying flowers THE UNIVERSITY FIGHT. Crime of 'lucsday Night-Wbat is Wise for the People to do Under the Circumstances. Gnnning for the Saloons-Must Not Carry Pistols for Pro tectionToo Mnch Red Hair. those wbo run bucket shops. The Bazoo, iu the name of all hu manity, thinks Mr. Boiler for the kindly words of sympathy he spoke for the victims ot the recent outrage. Such expressions as fell from his lips go a long way toward healing woiiud ed feelings and buoying up the de pressed. "Easy enough to boast, but those jherent. to murderers, referring to the late Tom Williamson who went hence a few months ago by the order of a jury of twelve. .Mr. Uoller rounded up his serni'-n bv laving all the ills of the human family in the line of crime to that horned demuu. the Devil who has a iarnboree evervtime he gets a new ad- A Lively Time and the Matter the Location Warmly Debated. For Law and Order Must not Appeal to Jndge Lynch or Other Unlawful Methods. All classes were present Sunday night to hear Dr. Boiler at the First Congregational church. Judges, bankers, railroad officials, newepaper men, mechanics, laborers and policemen were present and alto gether there was an immense congre gation within the sanctuary. Kev. Boiler always can get an sum- wants .ence but more especially when his subject is about murder or some crime worse and if it is well advertised in The Bazoo. It is barely possible that a mild mannered morbid curiosity brought out some oi his audience last night Some came from the good old cause the cause of Christ and Him Cruci fied. Ane ciock on ine cnurcn wall was running. It did not stop to listen, who boast the loudest of what they would do under the circumstances, are the greatest cowards, said tbe preacher, with emphasis. "some persons in this community have severely criticized Mr. Taylor. This is wrong. The intentions ot the perpetrator of tbe cri-nes, not being surmised until Mr. Ta lor was bound band and foot, whai had he best do? Had he had the slightest thought of the designs of the villain, it was his duty to tiaht to the death. But that did not develop until it was too late," be said, Mr. Boiler here got off a brief proc tarnation as lollows : "The next time anybody iu Sedalia a man and ms wife to go beyond the precincts of safety, he must refuse to go and commence scrapping. lhat injunction was entirely un necessary. Ihey am t going. And again where is tbe line of the "precincts of safety?'' .Kev. Mr. Boiler compIiniented"OId sleuth by saying that be .hoped SI.- 600 reward for the arn-st and deten tion of the crimiual'would be enough, 1 - It. a v ft rtst .a a .ana it ticKed an hour and nve minutes oat a fca.uuu reward would be more while the divine spoke to the listening of an incentive for the detectives to multitude. take up the trail and scent him to his A vocal quartette composed of Mr. hiding place and bring him to bay. and Mrs. ISjller and irnest Henney i bat amount of money would tempt with Gregg s orchestra furnished the keenest of the force to trace tbe most excellentand appropriate nielody. miscreant successfully. The collection was taken up to the "What shall we do if wc catch persuasive music of a mandolin club, him?" interrogated the speaker, gaz- 1ms music was also excellent and ing into tbe faces ot tbe very attentive tbe collection was liberal. audience, oil!" "Lynch him !" "Soak him in coal "Burn him !" "Don't leave a grease spot of him !" "No, not that." 'Be calm !" "He is a fellow mortal." "In the excitement of the hour. don't lose your heads." 'ibis mau is not guilty of the highest crime known to the law. Mur der is higher. ahe dazoo desires to Kindly cor- of Mr. Boiler then announced a show at Wood's Opera house, March 10, for the benefit' of the Young Men's Christian Association and said that reserved seats could be bad at the Y m. c. A. rooms witbout extra charge. Ihe text was from Judges. l!Uh 'chapter and last verse, as folio wt; "And it was so, that all lhat saw it said, there was no such deed done nor seen from the day the children of Israel came up out of the land of Egypt unto this day; consider ot it, take ad- reel air. uouer. uotn tbe crime vice ana speaa your niinas. xuesuay nignt rnu muruer are nun Mr. .Boiler got ngbt down to bus- isnaoie witb deatb by tbe statutes i . i i , i , 1 Air lueas at once, wun out lew woras oi uuissuun. prelude, and alluded to the crime of I "Murders have been committed last week and a stillness prevaded the Sedalia and there was no talk linn.a tlmnf nvna ns.nfnl I lunnlllnrv On 1 rl f I.A nattm iivucc iiwd naa kJaiuilll. ituuiuc. cam mjc iiaoiui. "Sedalia is a fair city, full of life, "I don't want one of his church enterprise, rare and good people, and or a christian or any one else to com it was a blot upon our escutcheon that mit murder by being a party to assist aucb a crime as I have alluded to m lynching tbis villain, if caught. should bave been committed within lo lyncb is murder, -our borders," said the speaker. "Let the law take care of him "What is wise lor tbe people to do is amply capable and it will always be under the circumstances?" asked the done when it is backed up by as There couli be no exception taken by the most critical to this prop si tion. The devil has got to grin and bear it. If be can't let him resign in favor ot some one who can. In the closing prayer the preacher prayed for tbe enforcement of law, lor sinners, for the Tnesdav night's fugitive from justice, for the conver sion of all humanity and everything else, except the Chicago bre Eullrers, and he did not say a word about them His sermon was excellent and timely ami deserved the close attention it elicited. The Handsomest of all Coins. This proud distinctit n is generally conceded to. the United bt t-i tweuty-dollar gold piece, a mtrvl"6f beauty m design and hiutsb. ine loveliest oi units nanuiwora is a handsome woman, if in the bloom of health; if she is not, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription will restore her .Ladies who use this peerless remedy are unaniomus in its praise, tor it cures those countless ills which are the bane of their sex - irregularities dragging-uown pains, inflammation. hysteria, sleeplessness and tbe ''all ne sensations which bnrdeu their daily lives. A tonic and nervine, without alcohol. ATTEMPTED RLACKMAIL. Sensational Developments minent. I Hi lt divine. That is a question that has been uppermost for several days, Mr.Boller, and tbe authorities have done all they li i. J couiu to answer it. Better catch the miscreant first Ane SDeaaer tnen snose ot tbe ca pacity of man for evil also his capacity of provocation. healthy a public sentiment as we have in bedalia. The reverend speaker then did credit to bis pulpit, to himself and to the church he represents, by pleading for law, order, and supremacyof tbe law on all and every occasion, regardless for good. We teheve he has more capacity aor evil tban lor good. Evil comes the easiest, and with more frequency, at least priest and printer hear ot it oftener. "The expertness of the human fam lly for crime was as great by those who devote their lives to it as it was in other channels, namely, music. .a. - . Earnestly did the speaker entreat all to observe the law, for without it a3 a governing power nre would be at sea, and a chaotic condition of affairs would follow, and there could be no true state of society without tbe en forcement of law. If we have a bad law, the quickest way to get rid of it is to enforce tbe same and soon it would be repealed. Protect the vil- a compe- business, trades, etc. Some loved lain until proven guilty in crime reveled in it and gloated over tent court ot justice. criminality with a fiendish delight." said Mr. Aioller. The speaker then told of the purity ol tbe wretcb wbo committed the re cent crime, at his birth. Yes, Mr. Boiler, that is possibly so, but it is hard to contemplate. Is it not posiible to inherit the desire to commit crime ? The speaker thoucht it nrobable "What is the remedy? Asked Mr. Boiler. "Carry pistols ?" "Not in a civilized country." "2fo man is brave who lights for his money." "If a highwayman demands your money, give it to him. "Don t try to shoot him. liTT Itt 1 tl l .a ne is prooaoiy sKiued in the use that after a man once sinned, he kept of fire arms, while the average citizen going on and on in crime and sin ps a novice in the use ot the pistol. lhe speaker reterred to the fact of the ihoating of Condon by Parnierlec. If Parmerlee had had no pistol Con don would to-day be living. The most of people have too high temper to carry a pistol without sonulime -. a t . n I using it too nastny. Atie law mav " . - . . . - acqua larnieriee but tue speaker feared that public opinion would not wholly do so. The speaker spoke of the killing of Burress by McCord and he laid this crime to the door of the saloon. Mr. Boiler then got after the city administration mildly, but wound up on the matter by saying : "If the present administration is a good one, let us by our votes con tinue it." That's business, Mr. Boiler. It is me oest me city nas naa lor years until he landed in hell. That is abuit so and the Bazoo fully agrees with the reverend gentle man that if he don't Jand there he ought to. Then Mr. Boiler said that robbers loved moHey and that was what romptea mem to commit crime. lonopolies loved money and were in many cises, worse than highwaymen. He must bave had the telephone company in his mind, or the ministers alliance, for there is only one of each in town. These are monopolies of their kind. The saloons here got a righteous saking. The speaker said he would rather have his son "held up" by highway men and his pockets rifled of their than to have Something is about to "drap" at Dresden. Tbe sensation involves a farmer, a awyer, a doctor and a post olhce in spector. After considerable maneuvering in which the reporter was aided laigely by accident the following facts were earned : About one mouth ago a certain doc tor who s'auds high iu this communi ty received a communication from Dresden iu which threats were made that unless he (the doctor) pty the writer the sum of 650 he would be subjected to exposure for certain alleged otlenccs he had com mitted. Perplexed beyond measure at the tenor of tbe strange letter, tbe doctor sought legal counsel and was advised to refer the matter to the government commissioner at Kansas City. Acting accordingly, he conferred with the commissioner, who refeired him to tbe postoffice inspector, and after communicating with this official induced him to come to Sedalu. Yesterday marked the advent of the officer and he registered at Kaif- ersas'MV. ir. ilouk, indiantpoli- After a consultation with the victim of attempted blackmail, the in-p;ctor bted himself to Dresden, where he met the author of tbe letter in ques tion. Representing himself as being in "cahoot" with the farmer, the man from "Indianapolis" induced him to make affidavit to the effect that be it was who bad written the letter, thus effecting the consum mation so devoutly desired. With these evidences in bis possession the inspector returned to 'Indianapolis ast night and sensational develop. nients may be expected at any time. The university was up for consider ation in the house yesterday afternoon and the agricultural c liege farm was lugged in by the ears aud thoroughly aired before tbe regular onfer cut off debate, air. Uays, of Cooper, opened the fight with a resolution prefaced with a string of whereases concerning tbe pride ot tbe state in educations matters, its duty to construct a gran university building, etc., and wiuding up with a resolution pledging the house to not t ke into consideration money donations in tbe matter locating the university. This abou represents the Columbia idea of the question. They want everyihing with out paving lor it, and bave mrre enterprising towns ruled out. Mr, nays expressed ine sound opinion that be did not think tbe hou-e wouli endorse ine resolution, a view con curred in by the members. a iew minutes later ween the reso lution was sent to the morgue, other wise known as the specul university committee, a place ironi whence no snch resolution ever returns, Mr. Far ns, of Pemiscot, ottered a resolution providing for a separation of the agri cultural college from the university, and a tew minutes later introduced a bill appropriating $250,000 for re building the university. lhe bill provides for a commission of seven, four from the house and three from the senate, to s leet a loca tion. Speaking to the reso ution, Mr r arris took occasion to roast the uni versity managers lor their manage ment of the agricultural college: He said that it cost SI 0,000 to graduate one student from the college farm. Mr. Kennemore said that he be lieved that tbe farm was a fraud now managed. Mr. Hickam, of Davie?, then ad ministered a few kicks to the manage ment of the college farm. He said that bnys unlit to enter tbe university were pi ced on the farm as students of agriculture and kept there until they had learned enough to euter the university. In other words he left the impresMoti that the farm is used as a wet nurse to the university. A call for the regular order left the resolution pending and it will come up again to-morrow. Mr. Church, of bt. Louis, closed tbe contest witb a joint and concur- teiit resolution for relocating the uni versity at Columbia. The senate committee on university has bad under consideration tor sev eral days a bill iutioductd by Mr. iicLfinnis directing tbe lund commis sioners to cancel a certificate of indebt edncss for S 100,000 held to tbe credit ot tbe stite university and bearing per cent interest. A VERY FOUND GUILTY. The trial ot Amos Averv for th 'killing of James A. Miles, which 01 , has excited considerable interest at Limar for the past week, was decid ed yesterday by a verdic? of "murder iu the first degree." The evidence against Avery while entirely circum stabtial, left no doubt of his guilt iu the minds of those that hpar.l it Ifce jury returned a verdict in thin m'uutes after leaving the court room ti. i. . . . . uc iinsuiicr unuougn out li) years t -1 1 . uiu, nas aireauy served two years in the Kansas Penitentiary, where he was sent with bis brother for burglary committed in Columbus, Kan. less than thiee years ago. as A;muULlSH DEED, Parson's Railroader Kobbed and Knocked Under a Mov ing Train. (Vh?n Bbj- was rick, we gave her Castorta. When she wu a, Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Csstoria. When the had Children, she gare them Cwtori. contents than to have him enticed into a saloon and robbed of his brains: and the present arrangement is that ta t rn . : a -II 1 1 1 n i It; weu as nis money, inen mere were . " w" ue couuuueu, wun out iew uis i'pcomaercial robbers. jsenters. I J m .t I HI- T11 U- vi I nre suppose ne meani tnose wno1 ve eicsiy semi-; Wun Lung. This is the queer name of a Chinese aundrymmau in Hartford, but he ias probably two lungs, hka i he most ot us. Some crying babies seem to have a dozen. Lungs should be ouud, or the voice will have a weekly ound. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medici! Discovery make strong lungs, drives the cough away, generates good blood tones tbe nerves, builds up the human wreck and make "another man" of him. Nightsweats, blood-spitting. . ... . - nort bream, iiroucuuis, autumn, ami It 1 r a an alarming loreruuncrs ol consump tion, are positive'y cured by this unapproachable remedy. If taken m lime, Consumption itself can be baflUd. FAVORS SEDALIA. Sedalia offer 8230,000 and 40 acres of land for the location of the univer sity at that place. If Columbia is to be robbed of the university then we favor Sedalia as a suitable location. We are lor Columbia hrst, but if it must be removed we heartily recom mend Sedalia. Howard County democrat. A WEDDING. A wedding was celebrated last night at :518, West Second Street. Ld. Lark'n was the grcom. Mrs. Mary Seaton and four chil dren the bride. Kev. J. Rosj Stevenson, of the Broadway Presbyterian church, un married himself, tied the knot. 1 wo kids aud a Bazoo representa tive were the witnesses. While it was a wedding on the primitive order, it was no less cordial and the results will end happily. Ed. is an industrious hov, full of, life and vivacity, while the bride is an honest woman nii't bears the name ot pcsessing many womanly graces, aud of the greatest respectability. Mav their lives be one ot contin ued happiness. Children Cry for Ptcherfs Castoria. YOU SHOULD XOr BE WITHOUT IT Evuy family is liable to have a hered tarj uiDi ui isODsumpuon in it. li may aaie oacK o or even 4 genenliODS. This fact maltrg it necessary always to have on hand a rem-dy with which to combat this lor nitlable disease. A Coueh when takwi . l . i urm can reaciiy ds cured Delore it gets a trriuut noni on ine AiUncs Ballard's Horehou'.d Srrnp when taken in its earlv sihrbi win curei.onsumpi.oo. ltisguai-aut-e! to brinfr relief in everr case, when ustd for any aff-ction of the Throat. Lunus f 'I . l j- r .-, auuuai, men - vonsumpuon, inula). mauon oi inei,nnjr, Bronchitis, Asthma nooning Coaeb, Croup, etc It is Dleas ant to take, peifectlr aife and can alwiT be depended on. Sold by Orerstreet & illiaius. PASSED AWAY. taplain Joseph Kinney, an Old Pioneer, Gathered to Mis Father. Capt. Joseph Kinney, one of the oldest pioneers of this section, died at Old Frmklin, Howard county, at 8;30 last night, of apoplexy, at the ad vanced age of 81 vears. He was one of the best known and most higblv respected citizens of that vicinity, and bad an army ot friends, without an enemy. He was a tovtal. big-hearted soul, and it was a pleasure for him at any time to searve a inena or perform a good action. Twenty-five years ago he was a resideut of Boonville, where ne wa lor a numuer oi years a mem ber of the mercantile firm of Kinney .t- ir:.nn u.. m :.. ..in r l uiuu, lie nu iu riliu -lit uiruuul- tauces, having made considerable money in steambnatiug owning sev eral bjats that plowed the Big Muddy in those days when boats controlled both passenger and freight traffic before the days of railway innovation. Who, among the residents of -Missouri river towns. does not remember the genial, liberal and big-hearted Capt. Kinney? From the head waters of navigation to where Missouri s muiidy waters mingled with dli.si:sippi d peaily stream, his name was for many years as familiar as that ot any living man. Capt Kinney leaves a wife, four daughters and two sons. Three of his daughters are married. O.ie to Dr. Hurt, ot Boonville, one to Cant. Rav ena), of the same place, and the other to a. w ClarK, ot St. Liouis. On the arrival of the 8:15 "M., K. r. n. . i . ... iv i. irain irom tbe south this morn ing, Couductor Mallory informed a Bazoo reporter of a shockingcatastro phe that occurred at Pareons last night. 'It was just about 12 o'clock," said the conductor, "when roy attention was arrested by an unearthly shriek, I rushed to the fore part of the train from whence the sound proceeded, and, horrible to relate, there lay a man weltering in blooi, his left arm ciushed to a shapeless mas. Calling for assistance, we tied a handkerphit' around the wounded member to pre vent the mau from bleeding to iWh aud summoned medical aid. Aor was this the extent nf tho. Inaa the man sustained -he had rwen rol-bid, and sjid that it was a blow from his assailant that caused him to fall under the train. A fter grappling with the robber, who had secured possession of 81(50. he was dealt a. stunning blow that sent him under the wheels of the moving train. The unfortunate man had just received this money from the navmaster. him self, until recently, beinir emnlnvprl as foreman of a section crew." lhe outrage has stirred ur conaid. erhble feeling among railroad men at rarsons, and if the heartless ghoul that perpetrated the deed is caught it ...111 1 1 a mu go uaru with him. LA GRIPPE SUCCESSFULLY TKEATED. "I have just recovered from a second attack of the grip this year," says Mr. Jas. O. Jone, publisher of tbe Leader Mexia Tevas. In tbe atter case I used Chambelain's Coush Remedy, and I think with consider able success only being in bed a little over two days, against ten days for the first attack. The second attack I am satisfied would have been equally as bad as the first but for the use of th'i3 remedv: as I had to go to bed in about six houra after being 'struck7 with it while in the first case I was ble to attend to buisness about two days before gettiug 'down " 50 cent bottles lor sale by. Aug T. F.icshman le A FOLDING BED'S CAPER. Josiah Baker, Jr., one of the wealth it stockmen of Central Missouri, and his wife were nearly smothered to death at their home at Lamar, yesterday morning by the closing up of a large folding-bed weighing about 500 pounds. The groans of Mrs. Baker brought the children to the rescue, and their utmost efforts were needed to save the lives of their pa rents. Mrs. Baker is in a precarious condition. Mr. Baker will bring suit against the manufacturers of the bed. Missouri Cheat) Lands. One hundred-fifty thousand acres oi rich larm, snziDK aad mineral lands in South west Missouri for sale cheap. 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For healine Wounds. r-praicp, sores ana anuses it nas no equal, j.iu luiuammauoa can exist wnera snow Liniment is used. 'You can use tbis let ter."' Beware of all white Liniment substituted for Saow Liniment. There is no other Liniment like Ballard's Snow Liniment Sold br Wm. Bard. Clay Gorrell and wife, why reside at Kemp, Mo., are rejoicing over the arrival of a bian new baby, which will be named lirover Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs Gorrell have been married fourteen years and have eight child- dren, the eldest, as well as tho young est, being a hov. The boy is an A.O. LJ. V. of cours?, but ha3 not yet taken the "Oriental" degree. Mr. G.irrell is a cousin of V. T. Gorrell, of thh city. W ILL BE GIVEN AWAY. Our enterprising drugiis'. A. T. Flcisch mmn, who carries the finest stock of drug, perfume, toilet articles, brush?', sponges, etc., is giving away a large num ber of trial bottlts if Dr. Milei' celebrated Restorative Nervine. He guarantees it to cure headache, dizziness, nervous prostra tion, sleeplessness, the ill fleet of spirits. tobacco, co flee, etc. Druggists say it is the greatest seller they ever knew, and is uni versally satisfactory, He also guarantees Dr. Miles New Heart Cure in all cases of nervous or organic heart disease, palpita tion, pain in side, smothering, etc. Fine book on "Nervous and Heart Diseases," free. CHEAP LANDS AND HOMES. The St. Louis & San Francisco railway company offer for sale 150,000 acres of fa-in, grazing, timber and mineral lands upon cheap and easy terms and in tracts to suit purchasers. Three lands are located in' the counties of Franklin, Crawford, Phelps, Maries and Pulaski, State ot Mis souri. For pamphlet and full particulars, call, upon or address F. C. Hoyt, Land Agent, Boe Bnilding. St. Louis. Mo. H. L. Momll. D. Wisbart" Gen'l Manager. Gen'l Pass Agt., it. Louis, Mo. Bl Louis. Mo. 1-19 w 1 yr BRAKEMAN KILLED. The Parsons Sua of yesterday says that another distressing accident oc curred oh the M., K. & T. railroad yesterday morning, the first for a long time, resulting iu the death of a brake man. J. Whorton, who bas been in the employ of the road since De cember 30th as an extra brakeman was filling the position of head brake man on local freight train Xo. 58, in charge of Conductor Paulk, on the Cherokee division, and when in the act of pulling a pin from between two cars a half mile south of the south switch at Choteau, in the Indian Ter ritory, about 10:40 yesterday morn ing he lost his balance and fell be tween the cars, eight cars and the caboose passing over the body. When picked up by the train crew he was found to be dead and his remains hor ribly mutilated. The dead brake man was placed on his train and brought to the city last evening about 5 o'clock. The remains were met by a large number of his fellow employes and conveyed to the undertaking es-' tablishment of r-llia & -Martin, where they were prepared for shipment to Emporia, where his wife and his pa rents reside. The sad news of tbe ac cident was telegraphed his father, who arrived in tbe city last eveniug, and eft at midnight for Emporia with the remains. A local ticket agent said to me rectntly that he thought by next year tbe railroad companies would adopt a new rule in issuing mileage books, requiring a photograph of the purchaser attached to every book. 'lhe misuse aud cheating by scalpers said he had gone to such an extent that the railroad companies fiud uo other alternative. The photograph ticket or mileage book it generally adopted, will prove a serious blow to the scalpers everywhere. There will of course, be a grand kick fro' l the purchasers if they are called uno i to pay for their photographs as well as the books, but in this era of cheap Kodaks, and simply pressing the button, every railway passenger agent can afford to do bis own photographing. FARM FOR SALE. Will sell my farm of 295 acres, five miles from Sedalia, over 200 acres under fence, about 120 acre?, cultivated land balance pasture and timber land. A small two story house, barn and orchard on the place. Farm located on publie road. Will sell all together if desired; will sell 160 acres separate. Price low, terms liberal. Apply to J. W. Walker, at office of probate court 2-9w4t W. May. a former Sedalian. was tried in St. Louis a few days since on the charge of murder, and acquitted.