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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, AUGUST 23. 1892.
8 pern ISP POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cream nf tartar haiciny pmyiler. High est of all in l-avt-nint -trf-nfth. Luti.-! D. B. Govern Cint Fd Rcil. EnVAL Baking Pi v.dei: Co.,l(C Wall St., N. Y. Mr. Mary Hendricks tv'til spend this mtti. in Kansas City. Mrs. V. II Pars will ?Wn friends in Kansas City this week. Senator Staike of Cooper county lias -been in Hedalia this week. Ansel Williams, a mii'e from Fulton, Mo., was in the city yeMtniay Miss Bm Xeellv cf Mt. Vernon, ilo. , arrive-1 in the city list niht. Mrs P. E. Casey, and little ion cf Terre Haute Indiana are ?Uitin? Mrs Casey' mother, Mrs. Little, West Fourth street. John Adams, an old Srdnlia buy, cow rnnning a hotel at Muscogee, I. T., atten ded the state fair. Miss Ediih Harthorn of L-xington, Mo., arrived last tight and vill visit friends in the ci.y. You can't afford to laugh, dear girls, Unlessjyour leeth are white as earls Unless your mouth is pink and sweet, And your two lip in rosebuds meet ; And you cannot supplr thi want, But through the ue of SOZODONT ! MONSEES' STOCK Premiums Captured Piedmont, a Noted Sta lion, Makes a Fine Showing. In the state fair just closed, L. M Monsees, proprietor, of Limestone Farm, was a large exhibitor in both o! horseflesh and in swine. In the stallion ring showing his .get. Mr. .Monsees exhibited Piedmont and took the'Grst premium. The horse is well known and enjoys an enviable reputation throughout the country. For the best horse mare or gelding sweepstakes, Piedmont took second premium. For the best stallion under two years old it was awarded to Ever mont, owned by Mr. Monsees and sired by Piedmont. Edna, a very fine five year old mare owned by Mr. Monsees and ridden by his eleven year old son, Nicholas, took the first premium, competing with some of the best animals in the state and ridden by some very excellent horsemen. For the best mare or gelding there years old the second premium was awarded LeRose owned by Mr. Mon eees. She is a very fine animal sired by oldMoatrose. Beet colt of either sex the second premium was won by Monsees. This is one of Piedmont's colts, The colts shown at this fair, all that took any premium, whatever, in the roadster and saddle rings, but two were Piedmont's tret .which shows that .blood will tell. Mr. Monsees offered in the cata logue a special premium for colts sired by Piedmont. There was a fine ring of them, probably as good as was ever -exhibited in Pettis county. William Sneed carried oil the first premium and J. R. Stewart took the second premium. Piedmont has proven beyond a doubt that he is one of the best getters and has no equal in Missouri as a roadster or saddle animal. In the swine department Mewts. 3Ionseea & Wiley carried off nearly all of the premiums offered for Poland -Chiaa bogs. Mr. Monsees will i.i: . auction of bis ,,!, . t . i Farm on September 8th next, when jsome most excellent stock will be sold without reserve, A SAVING TO FARMERS AND - TEAMSTERS. The crown Axle Grease awarded the premium at our State Fair. Is certainly the best for all as it does not gum or freeze and will wear twice as long as castor oil. notice. The undersigned a-gignee of Henry V. Leist bertby gives notice tbat at tbe next term of the circuit court of Pet u county, Uiiinnn IhIuIiiiMiii at IT.. - th firtt MnnHav in HpfnKar IBq'o I,. Ml l . - t j. sucn atsurnee. . r. kixg 23w6t Assignee of H. HE TOOK STRYCHSINE. Suicide of Frank Tamer Yester day Morning No Cause Assigned for the Act Frank Turner, who l;vts with a widowed mother, bn.ther and sister at 505 West Fourth Street committed filicide at 2 o'cl-ick yesterday morning by lakin:: eight g'ains ot strchnirie ..hich he had purchased at Hertz & Hall's drug store. On purchasing.be fM he wai.ted the poison to kill some rat?. He e wne home at 1 o'clock and proceeded to bed with a brother, Ad dison. n hour liter, the latter wes awakened by his b'other'o gmuiis and crie f i;ood-by." The family was aroused and Dr. I'usseil summoned, but all remedies proved usiesinnd an hour I -iter he was a corpse. No possible reason is known for the ac . lie was a you'ig man of 24 year?, s-iogle and enjpigeii in the 31.. K. fe T. bihexstnith ehops. A coroner's imprest Wis held a 2 o'clock last even'nii: anil a verdict re turned in nee rda ce with the above. The jury w.s composed of .J. H. Gooney, A. B. IIoss. F. Weeks. Geo. Kalus, W. H. Ktlchie and K. Kitter. SOME FINE HOUSES. JoluiR Gentry Has a Stable of Which the People are Frond. Pettis county has just reason to be proud of its deserved and excellent reputation for fine stook. and no one has done more to bring about this de sireable state of affairs than Jno. R. Gentry, of Hughesville. In the races of last week he had several spleudid animals on the ttack which won the admiration of the assembled thous ands. The second money in the $5,000 race was won by his beautiful bay mare, Bertie R. In addition to this, Johu R., and Winston boih made admirable re cords. Mr. Gentry has, altogether, a stable of horses of which he may justly be proud, and which is a matter of congratulation to all Pettis county people. He ii a lover of fine horses and is doing much to improve the breed in the county. KNOWS HIS BUSINESS. One of the Best and Most Reli able Horse Trainers in Central Missouri. Every one that knows L. D. Bol tou and he has a legion of friends knows that he is a natural born horse man, and there is verv little about an animal of that kind with which he is not familiar. Mr. Bolton his a breeding and training barn at 418 Osage street, where fce is ready at all times to at tend to any business in this line, al ways guaranteeing satisfaction. He had magnificent success with the animaJs he entered at the fair just closing as evidenced by the following animals receiving first premiums: Alcyon Denmark, Georee Lexington, Charlie Holden, Miss Ames, Alice Scott, Bay Rose, with Link Burr and Alcyon Denmark receiving second premiums. Mr. Bolton is a resident of Sedalia, thoroushir understands his business and takes great pride in converting the untamed steed into a perlectly trained animal. He has always been successful, which is a magnificent tribute to his skill. As a consequence bis stables are not only well patronized but patrons have the greatest confidence in his ability as a trainer, and he is necessarily one of the busiest men in the city. He has a genuine admiration for a fine horse and verv few persons are better judges of an animal. His great fund of information in this respect is not only valuab'e to himself but useful to his friends. Call at his barn on Osjge street. read la Fraaee. There is a usage general In France that bread before tjelnj cot must b marked with the sum of the cross. The neglect of to martin? the bread treaf t Twama". j worthy act. It Is a common superstl , tlon that the falling of a piece of i bread on the buttered side is fatal to luck. s The WorltVa labafeltaata. This globe has had 66. 637, 842. 237. - 075. 255 hunan inhabitants since the beginning af time. To even bury this , vast number tbe whole landed lurfaee , of the globe, every lock of id would cave to be dug over 120 times. The Loeatltr CoaaMeretl. Mr. Cost to at is aurried." Why, that was quite sudds SD.'t it?" Well, luddealv for a PhiladelDkia CORSETS This week we conclude the largest sale of corsets ever conducted in Cen tral Missouri. This will be your last opportunity to tecure FBEE OF CHARGE That iuttrestinir and instructive little 4 WHY Compiled by that talented author and eloquent elocutionist, Lucit B The remiiur i.ricc of "WHY SOT ," is 25,:. "WHY NOT?' nounctd by competent judges to be the most instructive bock issued in yeirs, treatimr as it dots on grammatical errors in common use and corrections. proper pioiiuncialinii, valuable hints or the art of never forgetting, and hl? contains a number of s.kcte:l poems BEAR IN MIND That our stock of corsets i bv far the largest in Sedalia, ranging fr,.m r.O.. 75rv SI. SI 2",. SI 50. S1.75.S2. un to 85. and includes brands in the market "ood one for the price, and by buying .... . 4" of "Why Not: tree, the same as u you iiougui a mure ciieu?i 'uc. At 1 we give you choice f Dr Warner's Caroline, number 333 Thompson's Glove Fitting, Dr. Balls' Duplex aud others equally as good. Do not miss this corset falo. Do not neglect to secure a copy of Whj Not?' with each corcet you buy. FRANK B. MEYER & BR0., GRAND CENTRAL. 301 and 306 Ohio Street. POINTERS. peoples' candidate. L. C. Pinkham, peoples candidate for congress, will open his cimpaigu in this county on the 26th. MERRY-GO-ROUND. Rebecca lodge is to ha?e a bent fit Mondav night, next, at the merry-go-ronnd, "Third and Kentucky Streets. Four prizes will be given the best lady riders. Everybody turn out. FUNERAL MONDAY. The funeral of Frank Turner, who committed suicide yesterday morning, will occur at 2 o'clock on Monday evening from the residence of his mother. RIG SALES. F. H. Easley sold in the last twenty days, about S5.000 worth of school books. He ships to nearly all points in the state, which is quite an adver tisement for Sedalia. ABOUT ECHOOL BOOKS In relation to the exchtngiug of school books, Supt. Smith desires the Bazoo to state that he will in a few days give the public a statement, and that the interests of the pupils will be guarded so far as the law pertain ing thereto permits. LEFT LAST NIGHT. Detective W. U. Weaver, of Chi cago, who has been in the city for the past week, left last night for Chicago, having in custody, iva Loone, alias Carter, who was arrested here s me time ago, for the larceny of some wearing apparel. MURPHY CLUB MEETING. Ibn afternoon at 4:15 an interest ing meeting wtll be held at the club rooms, at which short addresses will be made by members of the club, Ihere will be good rousic,songs,duet', solos, etc Ladies cordially invited. an evening service win oe held m the Christian Church at 8 o'clock. lion. Oeo. W. Harnett and others will deliver addresses. BASE BALL. Manager Ray has arranged game at Association Park the with tbe Warrensburg tram, for 2?th, which will be one of tbe most interesting of the season as both nines will be on their mettle. On the 29th and 30th, games have been arranced in this city with the Ft. Smith team, a pretty strong ac gregation of players. POUCE COURT. W. P. Johnson, C. E. Hatfield, Geo. Wadleigh and Jack Wilson were fined 85 each lot being drunk Alic btout was up for loitering around tbe city, lie was fined Slo. Geo. Jbinicks, Henry Leaner and lorn omitb got clo each for trespass ing but were given a stay to leave tbe city. Alec Larrimore, charged with va grancy, bad hia case continued until Aug. 22. A TIP-TOP TRACK. The kite-shaped track has undoubt edly won many laurels for Sedalia, book, NOT?" G.itlin. ' is two to p r-mis traveling, memoiy system Our 50c cotset is an exceptionally one of them you are entitled to a copy 1. t. A I .... and the Missouri st-tte fair. Notwith standing the amount of work and ex pense the managers have been placed at, they are fully repaid for their tiouble. All the records, that is, nearly nil hive been lowered, and the Si dalia track and hs pneumatic sulky have been a great boon to div ers and horsemen. Last Tuesday the second day of the fair, three of the fattest heats ever trotted in Missouri were made or. the kite shaped track. All time made on the Mexico track, was bettered here. The summary taken from tbe American Trotter, shows that the best time made at Mexico, in 2:15, in the free-for-all pace, was lowered here Friday, to 2:12. All horsemen pronounce tbe Sedalia track par excellent to any in the country. EXPECT 40,000 VISITORS. George P. B. Jackson of Sedalia was at tbe Democratic State Head quarters this morn:ng and presented to Secretary Sam R. Cook, a glowing account of the preparation under way for the Stevenson-Stone demonstra tion to be held in that city on tbe 30th inst. Mr. Jackson reported that all the railroads running anywhere near Sedalia bad assured small rates' god had promised to run special trains if necessary. The plan is to have the meeting in the Fair Grounds in the afternoon and have it run into the night. Gen. E. A. Stevenson will speak first and Senator Vest is ex nected to follow. Col. Stone and Dick Dal ton will come next and Con gressman John T. Heard will very probably make the closing speech and conbne himself to the tariff. According to Mr. Jackson's figures there will not be less than 40,000 vis itors in the city on that day. Post Uispatch. YEKY FINE yiOOK. An Opportunity to Bayers That Rarely Occurs. There was a great deal of fine stock at this year's meeting of the State Fair association and one of the most successful exhibitors was Mr. B. F. Swaggard, of Sweet springs, Mo., whose representative animals did themselves credit in several of the principal races. Mr. bwaggard has a stable of horses ot which any man mieht be mstlv proua men pedigreed animals such i i - i . . " . r as are always in demand. Mr. bwaggard will hold a closint? oui sate oi standard and highly-bred trotting stock, at Sweet Snrintrs. Mo.. A 1 f . 1 .... P on Saturday, September 3d the sale to begin at 10 o'clock a. m.. rain or shine. Some forty or fifty head, care fully selected and of the very best oiooa, win we Bold without reserva tion. Mr. Swaggard is a good stock raiser, a perfectly reliable gentleman. and his sale will undoubtedly be a success, uon t miss the opportunity to buy a fine animal at reasonable prices. . STRAYED. Bay mare 6-years old 15 bands high small scar on neck near throat latch. Reward for return was rais ed in Johnson county, Mo., K. V. Thatcher. Sedalia, Mo., "BARKIS ' WRITES. For the People Now on Eartb, and Disseminates a Good Doctrine The Poor House Investigation A Good Word For Mayor Noon an A New "Simon Pure Democratic Paper. Sr. Louis. Mo. Aug. 19, '02. r.DiToR liAzo.t: It may not per il: ps, be tegarded as exactly orthodox by some of your reade's, but I believe m what is and don t trouble myself about what is to be. 1 belong to " be people now on earth" and I think our first duty is to see that we get a fair show aud then if we don't avail our selves of it, why it is our own fault. I make this temark simn'y as a re minder to th-su men who call them selves democrats aiul have acted with the party heretofore, but who now, with halt an Car open to Utopian no tions promulgate! by conglomeration, halt the workof knaves aud backed up by ignorance,houest but credulous, are disposed to act in a manner that will make them tools in REDUCING MISSOURI TO A B.NDAOE 6imilar to tbat in which she languished under the Draconian Code. There is no future for Missouri, unless her citizens make it and it can be made j only by continuing in power the party that has made her the fifth state ia greatest union of states that the world has ever seen. There are but two parties in this great country, the patty of plutocracy and the party of the people the so-called republican party and the democratic party. You may lmm me. Dir. extrsrncraiit- I pessimist, even, when I say that upon the result of the next presidential election, (I don't say national, for national is a word tbat should not fiad place in an American dictionary) DEPEND? TOE FATE OF oUR REPUBLIC. We must down monopoly or the' time is not far distant when we will be the slaves of a moneyed "aristo cracy", the victims of a grinding ty-. rany that knows and acknowledges nothing but the power of gold. Let all Mitsourians consider well, before voting that is all that is necessary. And now about local matters. Mayor Noonan has returned to St, Louis and once rrore assumed the duties of municipal government. There are those who find fault with him and his ad ministration, but there is no man who can consistently accuse him of a fail ure to do bis whole duty when he is not hampered by parties who have systematically and persistently sought to bring him into disrepute. The smheist stone contract for the trimmings of tbe new city hall, which will save tbe tax-pyers of St. Louis many thousands of dollars, has b:eu approved by tbe city council and the work will proceed at once, tbe Poor hoube isvestioation mentioned in my last, will as I said, result in naught. The only new fea - lure iniruuuceu is un vindication oi she ex-superintendent, Barney Taafe, which is so utterly "too too" as to inspire renewed sym pathy for the present incumbent ''old man Gallagher and his wife." St. Louis for the put week has been in possession of the negro Masons and Grand Templars you see and smell them everywhere. They bad a grand procession to-day and, thank the Lord, the delegates fiom other points will leave to-night and to-morrow. I notice in to-day's papers that Mr. u. a. ot, v;iair, an imported yjourn-1 alist- and acting proprietor of a job printing establishment and the author Grand Closing Oat Sale HIGHLY THE PROPERTY OP B F- SWAGG-AED, TO BE HELD AT SWEET SPRINGS, MO. - ON SATURDAY, SEPT. 3d, 1892. Sale to commence at 10 a. m. and stock sold rain or shice. H. D. SMITHSON, Auctioneer. (Sale Takes place at the Sweet Springs Hotel.) This is no yearly sale of a surplus, or the culls of my farm, but owine other business interests, I have concluded to sell out all mv stock, w.;? to for catalogue containing pedigrees aod of two or three dime novel sp cialiics, dm disappeared under distres?iag circumsiaucts and it h feared he may have commiitd suicide. No danger of it. L'OK OUT FOR HIM IN SEDALIA, he is pretty well posted and would likely go to a live place to seek fields and pastures new. I am told that a long-left want is to besuppliid in St. Louis. We aie to have a getiuiue old Dr. Jacob, dyed in the wcol and up with the times daily morning democratic newspaper. The edi'or I as already betti ; elected aud the money is bring rapidly raised. It is coining, ai d when it comks, it comes lo stay. TlierMei't h MOH-it-pure Democratic newspaper fu-1 shut ia St. Loui-i uow and never li s b en since she dea'h if the ill St Luh i ITtiifiti ttiit ...1 ..11. .... ..1.1.1a f.inini!4 , Aam. - c ,,0;r o v ii pocket books. lhe l;u-iii s .tSu? D?m cratic club promise us a craud dem ustra- tion "ii the 2; h hiss mi. I hope tbey'll carry out the program. We want a atirrijg up h-.-re tfie worst kind. Barkis. Kuii4.ii lli,nk Vrt-rkrn Arrested. FoitT Scott. Kan., Au. 20. Timothy C Malloy, vice president of the defunct national bank of Chcrryvale, Kan., was arrested yesterday on the cliarga of fraudulently causing the failure of the bank. K. T. Webb, president of the bank, for whom there is also a warrant, has not yet been found. Malloy was brought here for hearing before United States Commissioner S. P. Moshcr. The officers of the bank are accused of making a false assess ment. Grant Hornaday of this city has been appointed receiver of the bank over which they presided. No India Cold Commission. Loxdox, Aug. 2a A special to the Times from Calcutta says that tho government has informed the curren cy association that it is unable to comply with the request of the associ ation that the government appoint a commission to inquire into the advisa bility of establishing a gold standard in India. Looking ror Wild Ones. During the session of the Main Methodist conference at Augusta a lot of ministers out sightseeing mis took the atatebouse for the asylum for the insane and asked some clerks In tbe vestibule where the patients were, Oh. in the different rooms; pass around and you will see them." the young man answered, and the country parsons proceeded to stare the oc cupants ot the various offices out ol countenance. Inquiring at last fiave't you any real wild ones?" Father Knhlman to Do Penance. St. Louts, Ma.Auff. 20. From inner Catholic circles it is learned thai Father J. C C Kuhlraan, recently dis possessed of the parochial residence at Mitchell. 111., will do penance for two years at some monastery. Father Kuhlman's troubles with Bishop J Ryanof Alton began last year. Third Partylte Headquarters. New York, Aug. 20. A. S. Bough ton of North Carolina, national com mitteeman of tbe People's party, cam here yesterday as a result of confer ences among the leaders of the People's party and will open headquarters. A meeting of the national committeemen of the party will be held in this city next Tcursday. St. T.onleane Gored by a Steer: St. Louis, Ma, Aug. 2a A wild steer created great excitement lata 'iast night in the vicinity of St. Louis ; and Blair avenues. Susan lie is, agea 8, was fatally gored by the Infuriated animal. Several other persons went lightly hurt. The steer got away be fore it could be captured. Retaliatory Toll Enforced. Washi.ngtox, Aug. 2a The presi dent this afternoon issued proclama tion imposing retaliatory tolls o Canadian vessels passing through American canals under authority of the act passed at the last session of congress. A Burnt Town. FostoRia, O., Aug. 2a The business) portion of the town of Frceport was) destroyed by fire at 4 o'clock this 3., i OF STANDARD AND. BRED TROTTING STOCK, - other information. B. F. SWAGGARD, SWEET SPRINGS, MO.