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THS VMtAl&A WKKKLy JUKE 21. 1892.
SUED AT A SHRINE LIGHTNING'S HAVOC IN SPANISH CHAPEL. FIFTEEN PEOPLE KILLED AT MASS, Thm Chapel Is Tenetratcd by a Holt or Lightning, Uialluir Death and Injury to the Humble "W'or- alilpers The IVmow Cath edral at Hurgos Injured by Llghlulnj. Madrid. June 14. Terrific thunder in r:i'rinni nnrts of Snain Sunday, and heavy loss of life and injury by lightning is reporteo. The electricity appeared to pick out the churches as the objects on which to shower its power while the services were in progress. At Melias. in the prov ince of Orcnse, the parish church was crowded with worshippers attending mass when the storm burst. Suddenly a terrific crash of thunder followed almost immediate ly a flash of lightning blinding in in tensity, and caused the worshippers to snrinir to their feet in fear. Women shrieked and little children clutch- ed their parents in terror. For two or three seconds after the Hash it was impossible to see anything-, the transition from the sua- aen unrnincss to extreme u.iruiicsM -r . i . . i i rendering the people practically blind. Finally when order was restored it was found that ten worshipers had been struck by lightning and instant ly killed, and that twenty-eight others had been seriously injured. At Mucientes. in the province or. Valladolid, the church was struck by j lightning and five of the worshippers ' killed and ten injured. j teen men, while several others are fa- At Burgos, capital of the province of tally or seriously injured, that name, considerable damage was The shell room caught fire immedi done by lightning to the famous l atel nftep the explos5on and it was cathedral one of the oldest 'wildings wUh difficulty the inju.-ed were res in Spain, having been started in lJ.il i cued The burncd and charred and finished in 150,. 1 he lightning wies of two apprenti(.e sea. and did other damage, cathedral was hurt. aobouy in tne PEFFER GIVEN A HEARING. The Kansas Senator Talks In Favor or Ills National Loan Hill. Washington, June 14. Not one of the senators who had been at Min neapolis was in the senate chamber this morning when the session opened. Thrtr t,-.rx tint tu.ltr. Republican side and that number on the Democratic side. , p . . ,. ... - ,, .. The first indication of the Democratic-' movement on cincago was tne grant ing of leave of absence to Mr. Voor- hees, until June 'JO. The pension appropriation bill, with amendments, was reported bask from the committee on appropriations and placed on the calendar. It carries a total of SX4G,737,330, an increase of S11.912.2S4 over the housa bill and $327,200 less than the estimate. The bill introduced by Mr. I'effer May 20 "to increase the currency and provide for the circulation to reduce the rates of interest and to establish a bureau of loans" was taken from the able and Mr. I'effer addressed thct senate in explanation and ad vocacy of it. It provides for the appointment by the president of three commissioners, to hold their oSlce in Washington, whose duty it shall be to establish loan .agencies, one at the capital of every state and territory and at other convenient places such agency to be known as the central i listened to addresses by Stephen A. loan agency for that state or terrt- Douglass, jr.,of Chicago; Edward Rosc tory. The business of these local . water, member of the national corn agencies is to be to lend money to mittee, and Hon. John U Webster, the people on the plan of well regu- ! chairman of the Nebraska delegation lated real estate and loan agencies, ' at Minneapolis. secured oy real estate, l ne loans are to be lor not less than one year nor more than years. They are to be for not less than SlOti nor 'more than $2,500 to any one person or family. There is no provision as to the rate of interest. In order to provide funds, treasury notes are to be issued I equal in amount to 81.50 for ivprv dollar's n-nrtli of fmlrl nnA m silver coin and bullion belonging to the United States, the bullion to be estimated at its coinage value. No banking firm, company or corporation is hereafter to receive interest at higher rate per annum than 5 per cent for short time or 4 pc cent for a year or longer. There is a section in tne bin providing lor loans , (at one- ( Friday evening. third of 1 per cent a month) by the bureau of loans for less than ' American Homeopaths, twelve months, on the security of per- Washington, June 14.-The forty ESff TUrLI. Jll th session of the American Institute agricultural products such as cotton. 1 whp.it.nnil t,iln,.m n,i m,f ' tured articles that will not deteriorate ! by storage for a few months. At the end of his speech the bill went over without action. Mr. McPherson cave notice of Ins karintention to address the senate next r-U'mlnl.,. l.tll il. r coinage of silver and Mr. Morgan gave notice that he would do so to day, as he expected that there would then be a quorum in the senate. The senate then adjourned. Sam Jones on Tammany's Power. NASiiyiLLE, Tenn., June 1 4. Sam Jones, the noted evangelist, in his sermon here last night, said, touch ing politics: "A fellow may say, 'I would die for the principles of my party,' when he would not know a principle if he were to meet it in the road. If old Tammany were to go to hell in a body and knock at the door, the devil would only let them- in -one at a time. If he were to let them in all at once they would knock him in the bead, elect their own devil and run K things to suit themselves.' HORRIBLE BUTCHERY: Men, Wotneu and Children Mewed Down With a Rain or Shots. UnussKLs. Juno 14. Further letters, which have been received here from the White Father' mission, in Uganda, East Africa, repeat tho charges inailo against the Protestant forces in that kingdom of mowing down the Catho lics. Including many women and children, with a dcacL'y rain of shots from the mitrailleuse with which they are supplied. 'l'he letters also say that after the Catholic army had three times repelled the desperate attacks made on their ranks tne survivors were at' length driven towards Victoria Xyanza. So hard pressed were the routed forces of the Catholics that they were actually forced into the great lake and from 500 to COO of the people were drowned miserably like a herd of animals. The letter adds that Major Juchne saved the lives of ISishop Hirsh and I Kins Mwanira. who led the Catholics. . by his timely arrival at the scene of carnage and his display of the German flag. Uleelow's Expulsion. Berlin, June 14. The American legation here has received a note from Mr. Poultney JJigclow, who was ex pelled from Russia, stating that he and Mr. Frederick Remington, the American artist, had been driven out of Russia. They are now at Tilsit, in East Prussia, from which place ' they will return to Berlin in I it c:inur. The exmilsiiiu of the two Americans is supposed to have been I due to the publication ol Lcrmanopliile . articles written by -Mr. ISigeloiv. ine , object of the two travelers in visiting 1 itussia was to inane a canoe voyage 1 .. i i I 's .ut. .m. . was to write up their experience, while Mr. Remington was to make sketches illustrate Mr. Biirelow's articles. to SUtrcn Men Killed. Sax Fkaxcisco, June 14. The ex plosion which occurred yesterday in the shell rooms at the Mure Island navy yard resulted in the death of six- t i i- h 20o ds from th of th explosion, in the midst of the rums ana an arouna ine siue nuis coiuu De seen bodies and remains scattered here and there. It is not known exactly how the explosion occurred. Ohio Evidently Wants the Earth. New York, June 14. The Ohio so ciety at its meeting last night in this ve present on the clly auopieu resolutions congraiuiai a few more than I tne Harrison-Reid members of the . n I society on their nominations. Pres- ident Strong m his address to the nbers aifded that the Democratic party would in all probability renom inate another member of the society ex-Governor James E. Campbell for vice president f, indeed. Governor Campbell was not nominated for the presidency as a compromise candidate. Nominated by Iloth Parties. Emporia, Ivan.. June 14. A pecu liar coincidence occurred in the Fifth judicial district yesterday. The Peo ple's party judicial convention met at 11 a. m. at Hartford, Lyon county, and the Democratic convention at Burlington, Coffey county, at the same hour, and. strange to say, W. A. Ran dolph of Emporia was the unanimous choice of both conventions as candi date for judge. Some of the Repub licans here claim that this is fusion. Omaha ICepuullcaun llatlfy. Omaha. Neb., June 14. Omaha Re publicans ratified the action of the Minneapolis convention last night and Eight Horses Itoasted. Excelsior Springs, Mo., June 14. At l-':30 o'clock this morning the liv ery stable of I. Trusscll burned to the ground, together with the frame dwelling of S. Harter. The barn con tained ten head of good livery horses" and only two of them weic rescued, from the flames. Firemen's Association. Springfield, Mo., June 14. The eighth annual tournament of the Southwestern Firemen's association opened here yesterday with a large at tendance and will continue until npxt ?f Homeopathy was opened here yes- teruay auernoon, ur. ineouore Kinne of Peterson, X. J., presiding. Terrible Ravages of Cholera. Loxdo.v, June H. The mortality from cholera at Meshda, Persia, has reached 400 daily. Business is com pletely suspended. THE WORLD IS BETTER FOR IT The world is better becinse of such a emedy as Baliard'a Snow Liniment, be cause this article relieves it of much pain and misery, and we are thus enabled to enjoy its brighter side. It positively cures all forma of rheumatism, neuralgti, head ache, tick heidiche, lame back, all sores and wounds, cuts, sprains, bruises, stiff joint, contracted muscles, pabon, erup tions, corns, weak back, and all pain acd all icfl i mat ion on man or beaft. Its the best because its the most penetrating. Be ware of all white liniments which mav be palmed off on yon for Bdlsrd'a Saow Liniment. There is none like iu Sj!d by Wm. Bard. , CHICAGO VISITED BY A DISASTROUS- STORM. TWO KILLED AND MANY INJURED. The Wlciram In Which the National Democratic Convention Was to lie Held Itadljr Wrecked The 3Iot Severe Storm Experienced 'for Many Years Cyclone In Minnesota Storm Notes. Chicago, June 14. This city visited yesterday by one of was the most severe storms known here for many years. It lasted only a short time, but during that time- tivo per sons are known to have been killed, many painfully injured and much damage done to property. The great wigwam on the lake front in which the Democratic national con vention is to be held next week was badly wrecked. For three days intensely hot weath er has prevailed in this city. About 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon heavy clouds began to gather, and half an hour later the darkness was so intense that electric and gas lights had to be called into use in the offices and stores down town. A few minutes later a tornado swept down upon the city from the northwest accompanied by terrifie thunder and lightning and tor rents of rain and hail. In the west division of the city the wires were broken down, awnings torn off and windows shattered. Several buildings in course of erection were wholly or partially wrecked. A brick cottage at 1330 Whipple street was demolish ed, 2-year-old Emma Kliina killed instantly and the mother and another child badly in jured. Seventy-five men were at work in the big Democratic wigwam. A quar ter pole holding the northeast corner of the umbrella-shaped canvas roof gave way and tore through the canvas. The wind got under it- Guy wires snapped like twine and an instant later the preat ninety-foot center mast J snapped and fell with a crash, smash ing through the floor and ruining 100 chairs. The canvas cover went in. tat ters and rain flooded the wigwam. The workmen marvelously escaped injury. Contractor Allen said last evening that the damage to the" wig wam will amount to fully SS.000. He has had enough of canvas as a timber, but will be ready for the convention. Aniours "D" elevator at Morgan street was struck by lightning and completely wrecked. The life" saving station reports that three men seen in a row boat some dis tance from the shore before the storm must have Wen lost. After the storm no trace of them could be seen in any direction, and it is feared they are losL About 9:30 another severe storm swept over the city, lasting for about three-quarters or an Hour. I wo btultl- ; mgs were struck by lightning and set on fire and other minor damage done. , o latalities are reported. 1 lie storm The storm had the effect, however, of demoraliz oraliz- j n, and I ing the telegraph service agai for a long time Chicago was cut off from communication with the cast. lltltSTINt; LEVELS. Thirty Ilreaks Have Occurred on the Lower 3IUInljl'' ICIver. Orleans, La., June II. The New levee to-day is more serious than at any time during the present high J water. Especially is this true of the levee within a few miles of New Orleans. Last night at 11 ' ociock a serious ureal; oc curred at Relmont levee, St. James parish. It was not long in reaching a width of seventy-live feet and is reported to be seven feet deep. There is a small battcau in front, but the work of closing will be, in the ! opinion oi tnose upon tne scene, a very difficult task. There is a force of 200 men at work, which is being forced. There now are three three very serious . this city and I'oy-j Dne at mere, seven crevasses between dras plantation. On miles from the city, which formed on Saturday night, is now fifty feet wide : and about five feet deep. The crevasse ' i at Story, nine miles from the city. is reported to bc seventy-nvc feet wide. At 5 o'clock yesterday morning a bi-eak occurred at Merrick planta tion, eleven miles below the city. It is ten feet wide and nine feet deep, j This one makes thirty breaks on the east bank of the river this year. The lower Mississippi from the mouth of Red river to Donaldsonville has for some time been rising at the rate of from 1-10 to 2-10 npr dnr. This stroll was caused in part by the return to J the river of the Arkansas crevasse wa- ter, and in part to the Hood waves ' coming from the Red and Ouchita rivers. A later dispatch says that all at tempts to close the Belmont crevasse have been abandoned. The opening is now 200 feet wide and 13 feet deep. Cyclone In Minnesota. MixxEAroLis, Minn .June 14. Orono Point, Lake Minnetonka, was visited yesterday morning at 7:30 by a small cyclone which formed on the surface. of the lake and swept across the peninsula with irresistible force. The residence of George A. Brackett was, wrecked and all the fine trees surrounding the house, most of them fifty years growth, were uprooted and now "lie in a tangled mass in the cellar of the wrecked cot tage. Hardly a tree is left standing along the route taken by the wind. After playing havoc on the point the twister doubled on its course and went circling out across the lake where it apparently dispersed after whipping the water into a foam for morn than mile. That there was no loss of life is remarkable. An Illinois Cyclone. TuoniA, 11L, June 14. Word has just reached this city that Galva, a town in Henry county, forty-five miles north of here was last evening wrecked by a cyclone. Several persons are known to have been killed and many buildings were destroyed. PEOPLE'S PARTY CONVENTION. Omaha llajr Not It Able to Tatio Care f the Third l'artyi Omaha, Neb., Juno 14. Mr. V. O. Strickler, who has been deputized to act for the present in the place of 11. E. Taubeneck, president of the na tional executive committeo of the Peo ple's party, in preparing for the con vention to be held here July 4, said: "The people of Omaha must do some active hustling in the next three weeks ' or there is grief in store for us. We ! l , , nave uuiy sccurcu accommouauous us yet for a little over 0,000 people and there will be 10,000 here from this state alone. Every county in the state will send big delegations and Kansas and Iowa will pour immense crowds upon us. M. Wilkins, chairman of the Ohio state committee says they will have ninety-two delegates and will bring a small army of sightseers. They want to arrange for a Mnall hotel for their exclusive use. Indiana is in the same fix. A gentle man was here last week from Jerry Simpson's district in Kansas and en gaged fifty rooms at the hotels for visitors from that congressional dis trict alone. This convention will bring from 30,000 to .10,000 people to Omaha and they must be provided for. FAVOR SUNDAY OPENING. The Unitarian Church Places Itself on ICecord as to the Fair. Chicago, June 14. A petition has been received by a number of Uni tarian churches requesting that the ; exposition buildings be kept open on Sunday. The signers of the petition which represents North Massachusetts conference and other Christian churches situated in Massachusetts and New Hampshire request that the fair be open on Sunday, but that it be "a silent exhibit' with no machinery running. This petition has been forwarded to the board of directors and Is the sec ond one of the sort which has been re ceived from the Unitarian and other Christian churches of what is gener ally denominated as the liberal relig ious order. Will Curtail Expenses. New York, June 14. It was 6 o'clock before the baseball meeting ad journed, and the magnates said every thing was hacmonious. The business done was the adoption of means to curtail expenses and to make up for loss incurred by the past unfavorable weather. The clubs agreed to cut down the number of players to thir teen and fourteen instead of seventeen an.l eighteen, as heretofore, so that their expenses will not be so great. 'I he surplus players will be placed in charge of Secretary of the Leaguo K. Young, who will hold them sub- jL.cl to tilc can and demand of the ciubs. Mr. Young will then distribute ti,u,u where he thinks they will be best fitted. In the meantime these surplus players will draw no until they have been placed. salaries 1 his state ol auairs, it is said, will not last longer than until the fall and the busy ball season opens. A Candidate for the Hemp Itoute. Fixdlay, O., June 14. William McFarland was yesterday bound over to await the action of the grand jury. charged with the horrible crime of criminal assault on the two infant daughters of Lafayette Rowers, with whom McFarland was boarding. The assault was committed about a week ago and is one of the most terrible in its details that ever horrified this com munity, and threats are loudly .made that if there is the slightest miscar riage of the law a mob will take him froTu the jail and lynch him. Down an Kmbanknient. Denver, Col., June 14. A special to ti,e Republican from Sunset, Col. .says: Alx)ut noon ycslcrtlav the Union Pa. .r . n , . sisting of one coach, a baggage car and an engine, jumped the track and rolled down a ten-foot embankment a mile cast of here. There were but ten passengers aboard, as a large number had left the tram at the dmercntstations en route. Seven of these were slightly bruised, ol,t none fatally. Justice Bradley's Successor. Wilmixgtojt, DcL, June 14. George V. Massey, who so strongly supported Harrison at the Minneapolis conven- tlo.n: 11 " rumored here, has been ofh'ially notified that ho will receive the judgeship of the supreme court made vacant by the death of Justice urauiey. GUdroo Cijr for Pitd festal IlLlif Co. Office and Yards Cor. Second and Moniteau Streets. SEDALIA, - MISSOURI. Dcilcri Id all kinds o' Lumber. Knh P. blind. Moid line. Lath, S'linj'ei. plutcr, LUe land Cement. Prompt attentlm girea to esti. mates. 11 you re c Ins to l.uild, let n make i .. .t TFT.pwrnvi.- vn E. L. LO0NE7, 6-19dwtf Bea'dent Manager. . ORDER 0Ft.PUBLICATI0X., D. II. Smith, plaintifi. aciioU A'F. Duct v., -ni worth.John D. Duckworth and J. P. Duck worth, dtfeodants. Xow, at Hits day coaus ihe plaintiff, jj his attorr.er. and it appearing to the court that a writ of summons hits b?en iued in his cause ng:uust the defendants and tne ?rifl of Ptti county, to whom faid writ was directed, has mule return thereon that the said defendants cannot be fount?, and the court hricg satisfied that process Ijrrein rsnnot he ervd ; it is ih'rrfore ordered by lite court thM the UtlenUauU be noli- tied by publication that Ih p'.aiutiff ha. contained suit against them in this court, theolj ct and general nature of which in 'o enlorce the collection of the sum of ninety-fix dollars and fifty cents (SlM.oO) a ainst the pioperiy of the defendants; and unlns the said A. F. Duckworth, John D. Duckworth ant J. P. Duckworth, be snd appear at this court at th- next term thereof, to be b.'gun and bolden at th- court house in Ihe city of Sedalia, in said county, on the Bret Monday oi October next, and on or before the third day of said term, if the term shall so lone continue. and. if not then on or before the last dav of said term, answer or plead to the petition herein the same will be Ukea a confessed nd judgment will be rendered accord inglv. Add it is further orderet that a cony hereof be published according to law in the Stdilia Weekly B izco, a newspaper printed and published in the city ol fee-iaMa, I'eltis county, Missouri, for four w eks suc cessively, the last insertion whereof shall be at least thirty (30) days before Ihe com mencement of the said October term of this court. A true copy from ihe record. T. A. Fowler. Circuit CUrk. Seal Br E. K. Marvin-, D. C Jatkson & Montgomery, plainulls at torney. ORDIROF PUBLICATION. lYilliaai L. Hill, plaintiS, against J. D rt..-l. . t i , n i i. o 459G i;Kuru nuu .i. i. uuck- wuuu, ucicuuauu. Now, at this day comes the plaintiff, bv bis attorney, and it appearing to the court that a writ of summons has b.en issued in is cause aeaiBSt the defendants, and the sheriff of Pettis couoly, to whom said writ was directed, bai made return thereon that the said defendants cannot bi found, and the court being satisfied that Droceoa herein cannot be served ; it is therefore ordered by the court that defendants be notiSed br publication that the plainiiO has commen ced suit against them in this court, the ob ject and general nature of which is to en lorce tne collection ol the sum of One tbous and and forty-two dollars and eight cents (SI, 042. 08)- against the fropertr of the de- tendinis ; and unless the said J. D. Duck' worth and J. P. Duckwotth be and appear at ibis court at Ihe next term thereof, fobs D.gun and noiiien at tne court House, in the my ol fedaii i, in said county, on the nrst Monday cl wctober next, mod on or before the third day of said term, if the term shall o !ong continue, and if not then on or before ihe last day of said term, an swer or plead to the petition herein, the same will be taken as confessed and judg ment win be rendered accordingly. It is therefore ordered that a copy hereof oe punii nti ccoruiog to taw in tne oepa li a weekly HAZio, a newspaper print ed and published in the City of redalia, rc:us county, aiitsoun, lor lour weeVa sue ces-ively, the list insertion whereof shall be at leas! thirty (30) days before the com mencement tf said October term of this court. A true copy fron the record : T. A. Fowler. Circuit Clerk, seal By E. K. Marvin. D. C Jackson & Montgomery, attorneys for plaintiff. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereas. Sarah A. Harrymtn, a single voman by her cei lain deed of t-nst, dated the eighth day of December, 1690 and re iorJed in the recorder's office of Pettis coonty at Deed Book 77 page.) 50 to 52, conveyed to the undersigned all her rijht, title, interest and estate, in and to the following described real estate, situ ated in tbe county of Pettis and state of .Missouri, viz.: Lots eleven (11) twelve (12,) thirteen (13) and fourteen (14.) in Hastings iddittoa to the city of rJedalia and slso a part of the northwest quarter of southwest quarter of sonihwest quarter of : . 1- - J a. Hxuuu j, I'jviisuip to lull range as follows: Beginning at a point 213 2-10 feet east of tbe northwest corner of said 10 acrea and running thence south 165 feet, tnence east to tne west line ol Massachu setts street, thence north along said line 16-) feel, thence west to the point of begin ning and being in all a plat of ground fronting east 1G5 feet on west side of llassachuetls street br about 130 feet in depth known oow asXo. 1202UaaichuselU street, which said conveyance was made tn trust to secure the payment of a certain promissory note, in said deed de scribed, and whereas said note baa become due and is unpaid, now, therefore, in ac cordance of the provisions of said deed of trnst and at the request of the legal holder of said note, I shall proceed to sell the above described real ettate Tat Ihe court bouse door in tbe city of Sedalia. in the county of Pettis, state aforcaid, to the highest bidder for cash, at public auction, on TUESDAY, THE 21st DAY OF JUNE, 1892. between the hours of nine in the forenoon and five in the afternoon of that day, to satisfy said note together with the cost and expense of exrenting this trust. Jno. Mon gomery. Jk. 5-31v4t Trustee. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, that letters tes tsmentary on the estate ol Sanford P. Al dridce, deceased, wre granted to 'he underMened on th Oh day of June, 1S92 by the Prcbtie court nf Penis cotialy. Mi, scuri. All petsons hiving claim itgiinstsaid etate are required to exhibit them for al lowance to the administrator, wilbin one year after the date of sud letter, or they may be precluded from any teaefit of such estate; and if such claims be not exhibited within two years from the date oi this public tion, thevsball be forever barred This 6th day of June, 1S92. J. & Aldricoe, Administrator. POCKET SEAL. Nickel Plated Seal tor the Pocket forthe.aseof Noti lag. A demand has lanr exUtjwl fa .m. ble Seal Press, small and light enough t be carried conveniently about one tm. on, or to economite space in protecting, it roai dust and any improper or ubm. horned use. A CABS. J zttzbbox City, Jan. 20, 1886. I have examined the seal invented art patented recently. It is certainly tbe most convenient, useful and correct 8eal Press in use, and every officer who is re quired to use a seal hould have one. It can be carried with as much ease and co veniene as a pocket knife, and answeu every purpose of the awkward, large aW unwieldy press hitherto in use. Michael K. McGbath, Secretary of Bute. Every Seal Warranted Oder should be addressed to j. west Goodwin's Sedalia. Mo. ESTBI.ISHED 187.- A.S.Surru. Chica"'- E. E. mow. Edit :t. Louis, BROWN BROS. & SMITH, LIVE STOCK Commission Merchants Booms 100 and 102. Exchangs Building, Union Stock Yard, Chicago And Room 15. National Stock Yards, Etst St. Loui, Ills. DR. JOSEPH PITT, Veterinary Surgeon Treats diseased and crippled ani mals of all classes in a prompt and scientific manner. Vegetable Com-p-iumla.Sal ves, Liniments Colic Cures, Eye Bilm, Etc,, carefully compoun ded. Have been in practice for nineteen years nine years in the ser vice of the German Government, and for the past ten years a successful practice in Sedalia. .WOffice at J. T. Witchera stable. West side of Market Square. Telephone 159 - Sedalia, Mo. JOSEPH PATT, V. S., Deutscher Tbierarzt. SOLID THROUGH TRAINS FROM TO- KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH, DENVER, ST. PAUL and ' MINNEAPOLIS. PI.'LLM AX PALACE SLEEPING OAR3 ! FBEE BECLINIXQ CHAM CARS! THE BEST LINE FOR NEBRASKA, COLORADO, THE BLACK HILLS, AND ALL POINTS NORTH, EAST AND WEST. OSLV OXE CHANGE OF CARS TO THE PACIFIC COAST. THROUGH SLEEPING OAR3 SEDALIA TO CHICAGO. A. C DA. WES, G n'L Vjlss. and Ticket .;rnt, ST. LOri3. MO. I-16irlT " B100D. cur The only iel pure variable blood puriSs known which rrurs ikln dis-a.-, crzema, totter tail rheum, coll, kiog'a oll rheumatism, gout abcesws, necralgit, aur all diseaaes from Impura blod, often from crofulous, tuberculous orapecioo blood ta'nt, hreltaiT or acqcired. Xo miner no (allurta. no rebpaca. Sola by M3wlr