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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, JUNE 21, 1892.
WORK OF THE WIND. MUCH DAMAGE DONE IN ILL! . NOIS TOWNS. GALYn ALMOST ENTIRELY WRECKED One Person Killed and Twelve Serious ly Injured The Property Damage Over Two Hundred Thousand Dol lar A Frightful Railroad Wreck in Kentucky Other Casualties. Galesbubg, I1L, June 15. There passed through the northeastern part of this, Knox county, about 8 o'clock Monday evening, a most destructive tornado, and ruin was left all along its path. It seems to have made its first appearance northwest of Galva, About 7:30 o'clock threatening clouds were noticed in the west approaching the heat and sunlight are making one another atd the tornado is thought wonderful improvements in its condi to have resulted from 'their junction. ' tion the corn is generally of poor color Its course was south and west through some damage by ants is reported, that city and the main body of the ' Wb-eat. is improving rap.dly .n con J , , . dition and color, but there is some storm passed along the main business dB by rust and the lowhind crop street. j seriously injured. Some wheat will It came with such suddenness that ie rca(iy to cut in ten days or mum the citizens had no time in which to Oats are improving but are heading fly to places of safety. In the Free- very slow and the acreage is short, mout church there was assembled a Cherries are ripening but are a small congregation. In the rink there was crop, and owing to continued wet and gathering a committee for a Fourth of cold all f ruits have declined .seriously ru.hrt;nn. Th -hnrph was from early promises. Grapes arc being quickly a mass of ruins and the con' J - urresration was imprisoned. A number were injured, one dangerously. The rink was blown down, but those in side managed to escape without injury. Had the storm come a few moments later many would have been in this building and loss of life would surely have resulted. The storm was accompanied by mid night darkness and an awful sweep of 1 wind that carried everything before it. I Nearly every business house along the principal street was unroofed and thc stocks of goods were badly damaged by floods of water following the tor- nado. I The saddest feature occurred at Au gust Olsen's house. There were in the house at the time Mr. and Mrs. Olson, Charles Olscn and four others. The I house suddenly collapsed, killing Mr. Olsen instantly, and the others escaped y-iV ft TTl ! ml M The place yestcrdav was in a state . of demoralization. Business was com- 1 pletelv suspended. The streets were " filled with debris of every description. The stores were more or less in ruins. ' Hardlv a residence but what will need i r-enairi. The. damage is estimated at cLmv. r ,.:.i: .1... i, the number of buildings wrecked, it is surprising that there was not greater loss of life Mr. Olscn was the only one killed. The seriously injured number twelve. After leaving Galva the tornado went in a southeasterly direction, according to some, following Walnut creek. !From all accounts it must have been three or four miles in width. Consider able dainasrc was done and numerous people more or less injured at Alton, i . , r . r. . . . . IlL, and Lafayette. Ind. 1 PrtetL .Last. m'ht ,e. atmosphere J was cooled by a wind storm, in MORE MOXKY WANTED. j some places "so severe that roofs, " , , ' chimneys and trees were scattered Oil City and Tltusvllle Are Sadly In Need ab(mt jn profus;on. Lightning struck or Immediate Assistance. 8eTcral houses in New Jersey, but SO Pittsburg, Pa., June 15. At a meet- far no serious casualty has been re ing of thc Pittsburg relief committee ported. In this city there was an in here yesterday it was decided to issue crease in the death rate, due to the ...i t- . mnnai. tn rnlioro ixvssiv hpnt. Mnml.-iv thfri tnrn the oil region sufferers. It was stated ' hr.t h lnu-Kt octimfttonf thoamount of money needed for thc relief of the people in the two flood swept cities was 5300,000, and that only 25 per cent of that amount has already been sub scribed. Pittsburg and Allegheny have contributed S25.000 of the 578,000 so far rcceiveo. TrrusviLLE, Pa.. June 15. Mayors and relief committees from Bradford, I Warren and other points, were here . yesterday to look over the situation. I ah agree uiat u ery mijc diuuuui ui nnnnrUTxh nWilntoIr npcessarv to relieve the distress. Hie question of w..w. -A employment is now a vital one and , efforts are to be made by our own citizens to put our manufactories on their feet The terrible heat has forced the sanitary committee to double the force of men employed. Temporary sewers are being built in various parts of the city. Contribu tions are coming in slowly. A FKIGIirrfL WKECK. JL Freight Tralu Drops Two Hundred and Fifty Feet Through a Trestle. Middlesroko, Ky., June 15. A frightful wreck occurred at the trestle spanning Lonesome Hollow, near here, yesterday afternoon. Freight engine No. 10, with sixteen loaded box cars, went through, one on, top of the other. The distance from the top of the trestle to the ground below the men of tlie United States steam-! six Men Drowned, is 250 feet The engineer, t rank bar- sh5p ltoston who were killed in the ex-1 Natoleonvillk, La., Juno 15.-Six &l vSSLSJSS -T- Plosion on Mare island. Nothing new men were drowned here by the sink right. The north bound passenger vras developed, as there was no one to ing of a small ferryboat m Bayou La train was onlv saved by being one-half 8?ve direct testimony, thirteen of Fourche. Their names are Edmon ' those who were at thc senile of the ex- Schneider. Jaconini Nardelli, Robert -- Illclier Than Ever Known. Great Falls, Mont., June 15. The Missouri river is higher than ever known since the existence of this city. People along the shore are driven from their houses. Bridges are washed out so that there has been no trains over the Montana Central from Helena since Friday. All passengers from the west are held here, including many delegates to the national A. O. U. W. convention at Helena. The eastern span of the iron wagon bridge over the Missouri wnio'fcainchenS was moved fourteen mcnes out ie" river of line. low. Visited bjr a Cyclone. Boons. la..' June 15. Two severe storms, cyclonic in character, passed orer this region yesterday. Both time there were cyclones and the situation was alarming'. The water covered a full Hooded street. . Earthquake in California. Sax Ana, Cal.. June 15. An earth quake shock lasting- nearly thirty-two seconds was felt here yesterday morn ing. The vibrations were from cast to west. MISSOURI CROP REPORT. Condltioni Are Favorable and Much provement Is Reported. Columbia, Mo., June 15. Ine' weather crop bulletin for Missouri weather service of the state boar d of agriculture for the week ending June 12 says: I This has been the most favorable week of the season for agricultural :.r --.I :.--o. of little rain. warm, and plenty of sun- shine is too universal to admit of much comment Summarized the conditions are as follows; I Cora planting and replanting has oeen rusnea tnrougn. . xne grouuu still wet in many places, but planting i m a rr i w;il be finished bv the 18th. Thoujrh miiiml bv vnnn- ' 1 Grass is generallv fine, though all flat meadows are only fair and haying has already commenced in many sec tions. Cotton reports show a decidedly poor outlook for the crops as-much of it is reported dying. THWARTED THE MOB. The Negro Fiend at Onthrle Is Spirited Away br the Sheriff. Guthrie, Ok., June 15. A mob of 200 men called at the jail last night and demanded thc negro llollcy, who is charged with criminal assault and who was returned here from Wichita for preliminary hearing. The jail was turned over to the mob, but the man had been taken away. At the preliminary hearing Mrs. Moore was present and identified the negro Holley as her assailant. Holley waived examination. His bond was fixed at 52,000. Washington-, June 14. President Harrison sent the following telegram to the governor of Oklahoma yester day: You will use the most prompt and vig. orous efforts to preserve the race if thero is uamwr ot a conflict at uuturie. uneiaw must bj allowed to tako its course and any attempts at lynching s'.eruly and effective ly resisted. You will have the support of all good citizens ana should advise mo 11 any further assistance is needed. Intense Ileat In the East. New Youk, June 15. The intense heat of Monday was continued yester day throughout this section, numer- seventy-seven deaths and yesterday! 100 were recorded A Blaze at Rich Hill. Rich "Till, Mo., June 15. The larg- est fire that ever visited Rich Hill started at midnight. I he losers are: P T Tlinrntnn lpiirrc IV V I?ntr ' dry goods and groceries; W. A. Harris, ' VSlKnovl V. n 1 1 . n';iCAn f- D4.M.nM .wie- Uurant Widener & Kagel. cigar fac-1 Most of the Iowa are ' tory sura Most . ot tlie Josses are -j o -- - i. . burned one-half a block on Main street, composed of frame buildings. m. . . , I The fire company responded promptly and did good service. The total losses are estimated at S35.000. Troop fur Strikers. Barcelona. June 15. The troubles occasioned by the strikers are likely to be brought to an end soon. The gov-! eminent warships arrived here yester day. They anchored in positions where the whole harbor is under sweep of their guns. The arrival of troops and warships has restored public confi dence in thegovcrnment's ability and intention to maintain ordzr, unci the lULt-ULiuu iu iiiuiiii.uu uiu:i, Ullll me excitement in the city has in a great ooc t Witnesses Were All Dead. Vallejo, Cal., June 15. An inquest 3 1 VA tS9t UIL11V V VS 1 JKJi U I piuaiuii uciu ucdu. 4 uiiiiv:i. ui at- cidental death was found for alL Death of Consul Willard. Kogales. Ariz.. June 15. United States Consul A. Willard at Guay- J mas Sonora, Mexico, died there yes- terdayof paralysis, aged 67. He was a native of Connecticut and has been in the consularservicefor about thirty years- ' Bank Receiver Appointed at Guthrie. 1 n,rrnitv nir .Tnnn is Hartwr R Cunningham has been appointed re - National bank of n..i..;. m,.v i, i!nM.. I " , ut inn rv NOTES AND GOSSIP. Things Seen and Heard In the Corridor or the National Capitol. Wasiiixoto.v, Juno 15. Representa tive Peel of Arkansas, chairman of tha committee on Indian affairs, speaking of his bill for opening the Cherokco strip, said: "So faras can be seen now there will be little opposition to the bill in either senate or house. It is on ' the calendar but will not bo brought 1 up this session. Next session I expect to see it go through and as a result the lands ought to be open by March 15, next year." .... i , . . i ... , ., mm muiicupuiia wcck wcro aiuu. xui-jr promise to become thinner during the Chicago convention. Over half the Democratic members will be lucre. Representative and Mrs. Hoi man have been married just half a century, Member, of the house aro making up quite a purse, one which will need .thc5i?!e?t!xP.rSuit!t0b??.! testimonial for the watchdog and his r:t, ,,i.iw. ,,,;i,i;n still conceal themselves in the oftice of the supervising architect. Edbrook - d , 5 lieutenant. Low, re- nart. .t thc sUett:hesH are ' t 1 finished. Xo one will be allowed to j sec them until Edbrook approves them ! and that will not occur until thc house settles whether the appropriation is to ' be increased thc asked for $300,000. THE BENDERS AGAIN. ThU Time They Are Said to lie Living la j San Jose, Cal. 1 Parsons, Kan., June 15. Thc Ben der family, who have probably fur- nished more newspaper items than J any one family in the history of. Kansas, have been caught again, I as will be seen by the following letter, in which was inclosed a photo of the old man and woman received by Postmaster Lusk of this city yesterday. Thc letter is sent from San Jose, Cal., dated June 1. and the substance is as follows: "1'uttmasler. I'araons. Kan. "The inclosed picture Is copied from a book giving the criminal records of Kansas, and U supposed to be old Bender and wife. Do you recognize or know of anyone who can recosnize it as such! The Benders aro suppose! to be residents of this city, at least, although they look somewhat older than they did when the murders were committed, they are evidently the same ones. The woman lrives a history which leads to the conclusion that she escaped through the Indian territory, bringing up in Texas, and finally landing at San Jose, where she and her old man have lived for a number of years." The photos are on exhibition at the Sun office in this city, and anyone de siring to secure thc reward can see them. A Ulg Coal Ileal. Shenandoah, Pa., June 15. The Pennsylvania railroad company, after lengthy negotiations, has obtained full control of thc N llliam Pcnn coal com pany colliery, the official trans fer to Stickney it Co., as agents, having just been made. This is an immense operation and is owned prin cipally by E. & G. Brooke, the Binls boro iron manufacturers. It is located at William Penn, two wiles west of this place, and lias an annual shipment tt Miwk tn f.TVl r.ftft trtnc pinnlm'tnfr fully Too meu aticl bovs. This new move of the Pennsylvania company will necessitate the opening of a new . branch road from its terminal at this I point, as shipments have been madcj heretofore via the Hcadinir. There I will hardly be any change in thc management, as YV illiam Lewis, super intendent, has been for some time general manager of the Pennsylvania Company's coal iuterestsin the Schuyl kill region. Southwestern Firemen's Tournament. : :-i:inofield, Mo., June 15. About the only business of importance at the tournament of the Southwestern Fire men's association here yesterday was the election of officers. Charles Mc- Kinney of this city was elected presi- J . I II ll , I. There was a drill at the fair grounds 1 it t nirvkt i n tkt. fnmnnAn til, fpnnil parade took place, after which the tournament exercises will begin and . ., t Krid cvcnin Knlchts of the Mystic Chain. 1 UIOOUMJi . A. v WUV . . "'"I'll. II W Castle of tha Ancicnt0rder of Knights Pittsburg, Pa., June 15. Supreme of the Mystic Chain, was called to or der here yesterday afternoon. Dele gates are in attendance from almost every state and territory in the coun try. The sessions will last three days and will conclude with a grand ban- quet Thursday evening. Schacfer Leaves for Taris. Chicago, June 15. Jake Schaefer left Chicago yesterday afternoon for New York, accompanied by Billy Cat ton. Thc two. have received passage ... , .,, ., on Lc BreUgne tc . Havre and will sail oaiuraay next "i cannot leu wic ex- Saturday act date when the match between my self and Ives will take place," Schaefer said, "but it will be near thc 25th of July." AlKCn, COlOrCU, and two unknown i Italians. ,la s fcOUND LIVER MAKES A WELL MAN. QU mVi0Wj CowUpafed or troubled Uh jaunJire, Sick Headachr, Bid Taste . Uoulll, Foul BreatS, C)ted Tong le, D I' Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Piin in Back and between the Shoulder". 1 Chills and Fever, Ac If you have any of these svmntomi. vour liver is ont of order ' and yo',r blood is -lowly being poUoaed bsu your liver does not set properly. - Herbink will cure any disorder of the . ,iTer stOB or boweU. It h no equal i as a liver medicine. Price 75 ceats. For Iss a liver medicine jrnce io ce sals by Orentrsct the Draggkt. r WORSE THAN REPORTED. Seven Killed and Seventeen Injured or the llig Storm at Chicago. Chicago, June 1.,. Seven persons were killed and many injured and great damage was done by the sudden storm of wind and rain which swept over this city and Illinois Monday afternoon. When the storm had passed away it was found that seven persons bad been killed as follows: Gustavo Doriiig, Kma Klima, John Mil lion, Charles J. Roberts, Harvey Stew art, three unknown men. The more seriously injured are as follows: John Burns, struck by brick, severe scalp wound. Fred K. Uickson. caught under a falling pile of lumbar and injured internally. Edward Houseman, car cut off by falling telegraph wire. Max Jacobs, leg broken by falling roof. Anna Klima, collar bone broken and shoulder blade fractured. Maggie Klim, right hip and right foot crushed. John Lial, blown to ground from roof; skull fractured; will die. William Lossc-a. skull fractured by fall ing bricks; may die. tnmW t lunJr vini S w i3?S '?lwcr Jaru' Hjwsrc- James McGinn, left leg fractured by fall J. J. PraxeL president National bank, back of head, forehead and thigh cut by glass. Seavering Oldson.injured internally;may die. Mrs. Annie Paddy, struck by lightning; critical. .Vn. Shoal, deep scalp wound caused by' fallinj transom. The Republicans of Leavenworth county. Kunsxs,endorsed B. K. Bruce, colored, for secretary of state. NEWS IN BRIEF. A Baltimore couple were married in a cemetery, standing on the grave of the bride's parents. An immoral couple at Oilman, 111., have left for parts unknown, owing to threats of being tarred and feathered if they stayed. The London Standard publishes an other hot attack on the Chicago world's fair because of the United States high tariff policy. The pope has enjoined Archbishop Vaughan of Westminster, England, to avoid mixing up in party strife and especially not to oppose Irish national aapirations. Missouri PharmacUU. Excelsior Springs, Ma, June If-. Yesterday was the first day of the convention of the Missouri pharma cists, and the favorable weather has resulted in the largest attendance of any session ever held. A Challenge to Weir. Boston, June 15. Johnny Griffin has challenged Ike Weir to fight in any sized ring in public or private for $2,500 a side. Italy Will Exhibit. Rome, June 15. The government has notified Mr. Porter, the American minister, that Italy accepts the invi tation to take part in the international monetary conference. Indiana Democrats will not attempt to force Governor Gray on the Demo- crutie convention for first pi ace. They wSn " satisfied if he is nominated for v,ca president. !180iI!0iLei! ! HI HI I UH I lliH & X&PJ SEDALIA, MO. J. N. Daxbt, iresdii!ni, A. P. Mob by Vice-President. B. H. MosEr. .Cashier. W. H. Vab Wagnejl. Teli-t Capital, - - $100,0:mv HitbIms sad undiri- rided profit, 30,HMM This BtnK does a gearsl Baaiciu ti i n and solicits the Account of ctrn.i lions, fims sad indivitiuaU. Draws sight drafts on all principal nti of Europe sad other Foreign countria. DIRECTORS. Jas. Glass, Morris Harter J. N. Dslby, J. H. MerU. Herman Ksbrs, R. U. Mosss, N. FT. Qsstry, 8sm MM Awl. Henry Mshnkrc . K. Measeriy, A. P. Morey, Chas.W.McAnicr F. E. Hoflinsn, Judge Wni. Botkt-. D. W. McClare. UOold. KOri :E 0? FINAL SETrLEdENT. NutiCf is hereby given that ihe unJer signed, a'lminiitntor nf lh estate of Cba. H Moore, deceased, will make 6osl s'ttle- roent of bit sccounU with said rslate a tuch administrator at the rext term of the Probsts Court if Pettis county, tli. ton i, to be hilden at Sedslia, in eat.) ciun t-,oa lhe8.hdijof Ang-iat, A D. 1892 Juiin R. Cloitun, Public Admiuisir jtcr BOND CALL Notice is hereby given, that the outstsrd rn bonds, cf Pettis county, Missouri, known as the "Pettis county eourt house bonds,'' being now subject to call and pay ment, it is hereby ordered oj me county court of said county, that the following of said bonds be paid, principal and accrued interest, at the office of the treasurer cf eH Pettis county, atSedalis, M. , on Ihe first day olJuly, 18'J.', to-wit : Bonds numbered from ninety-one (91) to one hundred (100) inclusive, ill of aid bonds being for five hundred dolUrs($o00) each, sod bearing date July 1, 1884 The holders of all said b.nds will tske notice that said bonds snd accrued interest will be paid at said treasurers' olh;e oa said dav. and that the interest on all said bonds called, will cesse on said first day of July; 1892. Dooe by order of the county court of Pettis county, Missouri, this seventh dsy ol June, 1892. Attest: T. F.Mrchux, 6 12 st w3t County Clerk. Fair bank's Clairette caji i luse fluid, wia. tiau uajy fuipojej) Aivdt nv by N.K.FAIRBANKI:C0.St Louis. This ia a BAZOO Pncu iea Cints-Directlona for Using;, E This wonderful mtisieai instrument, for the peoolc now on earth, imitates a bird or animal. With it yon can play or to ue It- Let one play & lively tuiieon or two oiners orone 3 pipe. You can ira voice. Do not blon ia accotnpaniKiont witn tue hazoo ana you Daye a eocu d:- itite Wucch ami Judy"' to perfection by speaking ma shrli. r into the Bazoo; but shiz. sue.ik or maies some noic. asti cut-cut-cnt-ca-da-cui of a ticn. tne crow of a roofer, the caw of a crow, ttt moo of a cow and hundreds cf oihi.r nns.-3. if the Bazoo does not work prvpe.- place the Ups over the four holes in the tin and draw the bath in and out a lev limes. Many imitations can be made better br spcafci.ipc through the three rotu holes in the wood, orcrvering tnrce holes iathetir with the lips, leaving ttt. fourth uncovered. A quai tie or cbortM singing through the Bazoo will bring dos the house with great appla be and invariably recciva related encores. Buy lc-i Bazoo's, organize a quartette and try it. It furnishes good dancing music to cursions, picnics, etc. The music produced s new and taking. String and brass orchestras z: the Bazoo a very import jt addition. The Bazoo sells readily 1c stores, str, and newtUBld, a f'lrs, races, pleasure resorts, etc Price. 10c. by mail 11c. 4tdre ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given Tttvtrirl that the TinrioT-airtTiorl the 5th, 6th and 7th days of July. 1892, from 9 o'clock a. m. until 5 o'clock p. m. on each of said days, at the office of Jackson & Montgomery, attorneys-at-law, Sedalia, Mo., adjust and allow demands against the trust fnnds of said estate. T. W. CLONEY, Assignee. Sedalia, M, May 28, 1892. Getttfrom your Drugslst. -Nev.ds prob.b'j buy theU,eTeHl ilterBatioiial t'OHTeil tesian well property and convert it1 itnn artesian well property into a public paik. In Paint the best is cheapest Strictly Pure White Lead is best; properly applied it will not scale, chip, chalk, or rub off; it firmly adheres to the wood and forms a permanent base for repainting:. Paints which peel or scale nave to be removed by scraping- or burn ing: before satisfactory re painting can be done. Be sure that you have only strictly pure White Lead. The following brands have a repu tation established, they are standard, and well known. COLLIER RED SEAL SOUTHERN If a color other than white is wanted, tint the Lead with the National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead Tinting Colors They are sold in small cans, one pound being sufficient to tint twenty-five pounds of strictly pure White Lead the desired shade. 'In combination with strictly nuro Whltp T pari these colors make the best paint that it is I possiDie to put on a uuuuiug. Ifyou are roinr to paint, it will pay you to . send to us for a book containing- iniorroaiion that may save you many a dollar ; it will only cost you a postal card to do ao. COLLIER LEAD AND oiu wunivo, SOUTHERN WHITE LEAD WORKS, ST. LOUIS LEAD AND OIL WORKS, St. Louis, Mo. sim; any time. It requires ao ins tract, i a violin." Bazoo, piano or crgan. and to ail the creditors of Daniel oQaioman nf hi a aatata txrill nn CfftflRRtt CURE HAS NO EQUAL FOR Catarrh, Colds, Deafness, Hftfacrvi, OfMsiv i Brcwth, Lus if Tasb ISni. PLEASANT TO TAKE. AbsMhstaly Sural PIHCK, 7 CtaiW MEAD REMEDY CO ST. LOUIS. MO tion. Y. P. 8. C. E. Airanx'mrals have been made br the Central Mistonri Delegation, Y. P. M. C- E., for a special excursion train over the Mis souri PaciGc R.ilj for the Y. P.S. C.E. Eleventh International Convention to be MA at New York City, July 7tb to 11th, 1892 : pecial train ear ill leave Sedslis July 4tb, 12 o'clock mMnig1!!, reaching St Louis the following mornis-, tbeoce via Indian apolis, Cincinnati and Wsthiogton, D C, passing through tha most pictarecqae mountain tcene-v east of the Rocky Moun taius, and the beautiful vallejs of the "Old Djminif n," each in' Washington, the Na tional Caoito', at a reasonable hour in the afternoon, and where stop orer privileges will b- granted both going and rtnrncg. Rv lDOitiog tickeu wiih Joint Agent, N w Yj k Terminal Lines, so rxtecsioa will b made on final rt-iu-n limit to in c:ude August 15, 18n". .BiorOTrs will iho be allowed within tiul limit of ticket f r those who drsir- to '. ' celebrated mountain resorts of Viig'i. For fall itinerary of the trip and funb r inforssa liiu regarding sleeping car r.: tnaaoda tro, rite, etc., call on or address A. E. t-WEBT, Chairman Transportation Coaimit tee, Sedalia, Mo 4 28-w-9t FOR : FIRST-CLASS : WORK Send Your Cleaning or Dying to the 12th aad Tronat, Kansas City, Mo Express pid both wsrs oa all orders oyer $2.00, under thst,oae wsy. Wanted A dry goods or some other business au to set as oar sgeat ia evsry towm. fUd-w&i