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THE SED ALIA WEEKLY BAZOO.
Established 1868. Published For The People Now On Earth. Established 1868. VOLUME 25. SEDALIA, MO., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1892 NUMBER 24. ( r a- is! BY WIRE. The Rock Island Strike Some what Mixed. Kansas Supreme Court on What Constitutes a Lawyer. The St. Clair County Judges the Toils. in Kansas Democratic Editors ter Post Offices. Af- to the Cass county case. Three alder men of Lathrop, Mo.. N. M. Free man. in. Alexlow and. M. A. won were also fine! for the same The other judge, and the mayor of Lathrop escaiied punishment, Iteing' willing to issue the onlcrs for the lew. WAR ON PARASITES. elected there was a general rush to get oil' the files of the department. Hepub- . ir i' ... . i.. v. von : r.L r- i f3 -j. i iicau rccoiiiiiieiioaiioiis tii cicrivs. .w oflense.'t. B great was this rush that the depart Ramsey Confident. Ciiicaco, Dec. 10. Gniml Hanisev, of the Order For an Investigation to Be Considered by the Committee on Rules. incut chiefs had to Ls-ue a general order I forbidding the .-puliation of the lilcs, ,lut nevertheless the Republican re commendation are gradually disip . Hearing, and it is .-afe to .siv that bv the -I th of March or soon after, there Washington, Doc. !. It is un-' will lie a healthy crop of Democratic Telegraphers, tiwlavcxpresHNl himself derstood that the Hoii-e Committee . recommendation" on hie lor mo.-t ol still conlident ot "the sueees of the ! on Holes at a meeting will, coupler these people. Hut the inen-aso in the Rock Island strike. He had a hig at mice Mr. Dockery's resolution pn-: numher of employes is in itself alarm batch of telegrams from all along the viding for the annointuient of a com-! ing. It shows a tendency to centra!!- rZ - . ... 1. II Chief of Railway : The Democratic "Steering Com mittee" in New York. line, some of them anouncing dc.-er- mission to iit during the reces- tion from the ranks of the strikers and Congress and examine into the person others saving that everv thing w:is nel and elh'cienev of the employes of frozen solid and likely to .-tav that the Governmental departments here. way until General Manager St. John The necessity for such investigation is receeded. Chief Ramsey .-aid Topekaj conceded by all. .Scarcely a day mil Wichita are verv important ' passes that some new and outmgeou- this increase is a menace to ; ean (.iovernment. rcpuhli- Kansas City Has livery. a Jail De- The Markets in the Cities. Principal .Kansas City Jail Delivery. Kansas City, Dee. 10. A jail de livery, neatlv planned and boldly executed, gave live prs-oners their !:! erty this morning. Two of them were captured but the others escaped. At eight o'clock this morning all the pris oners were taken from their cells and marched into an inclosure in the cen ter of the jail yard, commonly called th "Bull Ren", for inspection, ac cording to the icgular morning pro gram. It w:is found that Charles Mc Laughlin and Frank Maybray were missing. .An examination was. made of their cell and it wasdiscovercd that they laid filed through the bars, walked around the jail until they reached a window leading to the outside of the building where they rejwited the ope ration, and they were at liberty. Mc Laughlin wa- being held for action by tho grand jury, being charged with burglary, and Mayhruy was serving five years for the same offense. When the prisoners were sent -hack to their -ells after the inspection,.! ohn Ilughey and James Ryan, both under one year's sentence for theft, and Win. Jones, confined under charge of lar ceny, slipped into the cell formerly occupied by McLaughlin and May .'ray and availed themselves of the same avenue of escape that the former men did. Ryan and Jones were cap lured but Ilughey is still at large. A saw was used to file through the bars, which were chilled steel. Their appearance indicated that thev had , 'i . . , , i. oeen suojeci to nnciisc neat ielire tlic Skipped Out. CiiiCAiio, Dec. lO.-Lueious Wcin- I I ..!. .a cneiiK, memocr o tlie law tirm ot points and our advices are that the ! illti-tr.itiou of the ineffi ieney of the Weinschenk and Ilirschel, has fled strike i .-olid there. Of course some of our men are going liack to work here and there, but this is counter-balanced bv additions to the strikers. I think we are gaining ground right along, and we are going tostick to it to the end. It is all verv well for St. John to laugh and talk sarcastically, but hi- freight yards all along the line are being blockaded and things are getting worse every hour. Of course they move a train now ami lac;:, out their iroigiii iiisi ness is practically at a stand .-till. It is a strike for principle anil we will stay out as long a there is a handful of men to stay with ns. The ones who stay to the end will reap the ben Oil on the Water. Kansas City, Dec. 10. The Slur Topeka Kansis says: About thirty members of the Kansas democratic editorial a-soeiation began a willed ses-ion here this morning. The osten sible object of meeting was to di--cuss business matters but the actual hu-ino.-s which came up for c Ki.-idcm- toon was it is .slid how to best secure Post Offices for the men who liore. the brunt of the fight for the minority liarty in Kansas. Among the editors are several who ltolted the fusion leal. The association aims to cement its inemltcr.-liip and perfect democra tie organization, it will seak to pour oil upon troubled waters and mull al democrats to the fold. ervice and the congested condition of the departments does not come to light. The enormous growth of the number of employes in the public service is of itself alarming. The recent rejnirt of the Civil .Service Commission on this subject is very in teresting. It .-hows that in ten years, or from 1881 to 181)1, the employes of the government were increased 5X, 848. The commission submits some figures on the subject which it would l.e well for the average. American citi zen to studv. Here is a table pre pared by Mr. Theodore Rooevelt, the Civil Service Commissioner, showing the number of employer in alternate years for the past ten year.-: Kniiloyi in servitv Kmploxe-in other than Tot.il the country, leaving a shortage in hi accounts with the firm and clients ot almut $20,000. When last heard from he was in New Oilcan Year. 1SI , iss; ISisi ISS7 ISV.I IS'Jl Hi-tal. ..."iO,ilO ....( I,.71ll .. i;,s4s ..i(i,2o . ."iVi'l'i . VO.IV-S -ervice. ciiiplnye- 71.10.1 si,:s-n s-;.:y;o '.mi. mi loo.Tiio I1-J.-IKI l-.M.ivio i::i,soO i::i.-.iis Hi. 2iM I i.v.i,:; IS.i,SS Nothing Definite. Ri:im:i. Dec. 10. At to-day's meeting of the committee of the inter national monetary conference the plans of Messrs. Tietjen. Hotildswortli and Allan! were debated. Although I the bi-metali-t delegates feel that no- itioti is critical, and they are all hone- till that the conlerence will i;..,r ...... l...., ti... ;..:i mat "e conlerence will not ad- n-wliinlt ! .i t I .Mulmi,.,!..- a,, j"1"1 without adopting a resolution guaranteed" the st'ce! lo be ab-ohitdvi nwiimciiiliii that the various gov pnmf against any in-troment u.hi! I.V ! "iterested adopt a temiMirary prioneis lo effect their escape. It i likely thai suit for damage.- will n-sult." Democratic Deliberations. Xi:w Voi:k, Dec. 10. The cnitic I'niteil Static senators c:une to town vc-tenlav lo )niMlit riiYntli with a view to averting a financial catastrophe. The ihiii- i mittee adiourued without reaching a i decision on any of i!k- plans before i them. ileum-, who i levisc Supposed Suicide. Kansas City, Mo. Dec. 10. A mean-for proleciing the s4'iiale in the ",!''' wearing lhe uniform of the interests of the democratic party were Leavenworth soldiers home was found joined thi- morning by -eAvnil niem-dead in his room in the Phillip- house Iters of the demiK-nitie national mm- at the junction .-horllvbcfore.-i.vo"click . . 1 tm yc-ieniay evening, nic man i. tliMtiglit to be L. Hniwnor.L. ISaumau a he ivgi-tered lioth names. A half empty bottle ot chloral found by his -ide would indicate thai he -vommitcd suicide. paign committee An important con ferenee will be held this evtining. The national campaign committee men who with Senators loruian, JJriee and Carli-!c will be pic-ent a- well as Messrs. Diekeit-on. I I:irrit- Ouincv and Whitney. The other members of . the committee will arrive here ihi-' Not Necessarily a Lawyer, evening or early .Monday morning. ' Tojm:ka, Kax., Dec, Hh The They are Me rs. Sheclian. Cable. Kansi-sttpn'iite inurt to-ilay lecided Smaller -mid Kaiisom. I5c!ijaiiiin Mi- that a county attorney doe- no: m-cis-Millin. ol Teniu-see. and Martin 31a-j -arily have to be a laweras l'j'r:l. ,e ..r m .. ..... i... i i . . ... " 11-. in .inwiuiiii, are aio in lown. "a-- lonnai icgai assisuiili ' ;:i In-e n. i .i . i - .. i . . . i in.- oii-uirrr.- hi uie oaiioitai cjuiipaigii i fining ca-es aim wuere lie i- rog committee are here only for the pur- nized as county attorney by the judge pose oi nowing wiiii tlie senator.- oji lot tite "lisinct court, lhe case ifecid t lie political -ittiation in Kan-as, Xe-Jwl wa-from Ottawa county where lint-ka, Uyoiuing, Montana. Xorth i niunler c:ise was appealed on the JJakota ami I alitorma. A ijuestion , ground that L. A. Ilildermau, the to lie iIiM-usseil is whether couu-el will i jxpubst county attorney, had not lteen oe employed io :uo me iiitiereut state i u'linitieo tome liar. ing the The "This statement," says the commis sion, ".-how- a very startling growth of lhe numlier of government em ployes compared with the gniwth of the population. It is also of interest when compared with tlie figures .-bow- routhoi thevI.'K-ihed service. civil service Ian- -went into effect in I8flJ, alxuit 14,00 employes being then included within its provi-ion while in that year the total number of employ's- in the service of the I iiiied Slate- wa-1, in loitnd iiiiiuIk'i-s, i.tj.o.ni. in iajm ine ciassiiiei .-er- vic- etiilitiicii Mime lU.lHMI places, while the entiiT;iublicervic'iucluiletl in the neighlxehood of 1.'J,MHI. In other minis the growth of the public service had been over !!) per cent, a much fa-ter growth than that of the iKipulation in the same time. It is hanllv ne-.-e ;irv to iKiiut out that this growth of a -ervice which can be u-ed for political -eniN i a rapidly increas ing menace to republican government. The evil is wTset onlv bv the fact that the cla ifiel service has gniwn even fa-ter in the .-ante space of time, in creasing at the rate ot aliout l.tH jh.t cent, s that whereas onlv about 1 1 er cent of the jiublic service wa- re moveil from partv iMilitics in 188.!. nearly 10 per cent in 1X01 was so removed." ax i:ti:n.-i vi: .-rpr.i:n.riTY. As stated freentiy in these dispatch- s. there is no need lor ha 11 ol tho-i peojile in the jiublic service. They ire ao-miiueiy in eacn oiiiers way. - iiew system ot Imokkccping isrcitiircd in an i ne departments, a new sv.-tem ill Martin Burkes' Funeral. Chii-aco, Doc. 10. Martin Hurke's liody arrived in Chicago this morning. The remains were taken to the resi dence of John Conway, IlurkeVcotisin, on the southwest side by rnderlaker Carroll. The feneral "will lie held ironi -Mr. Loiiuava residence to-mor-nw. The Weather. Washington, Dee. 0 For Kan sas ("cnerally fair winds, becoming south; warmer in western jMirtions Sunday morning, warmer Sunday eye- niiig. I'or Mis-oiiri Fair, colder Sunday morning; variable winds: wanner in western Mirtiou Sunday evening. MISSOURI MELANGE. being paid i.-t and west m e sworn in the wap if committees in preventing the republi cans from capturing the legislatures and .-ending republicans to the senate. The St. Clair Case. Kansas City. Mo.. Dec. 10. IJen- janiiu Conenhaven and Thomas Vevittl ....!...... .. tJx ..." iwuuo juoe.- ui oi. viair coiiuiv. were fined by Judge Philips for win tempt of court this morning for not issuing onlers for siiecial tax levy to take up lxmds issued to the Teln and -ieostio ran man which runs on patter "gut through their county. lhe bonds were issued tventy years since and the road was never built. Inno cent purchasers got hoK of the bonds and on suit it was dfiided that the ottnty nuist pay. lire case is similar Not Willing to Increase Troups. 1Ji:i:i.in, Dec. 10 The Ileich-ta toilay liegan tlie debate on the first . It ..i il... 1 ll rt cauoig in me army dim. ine war ministers of Prussia. Bavaria. Saxonv. and Wurtenburg were present in the ouuse. itiajor on rioiningcii iiiiene sm-iiking for the centre party, an nounced that the party was willing to concede the two years" stein but was not prepareil to increase the standin army. Reconsidered. MAiiitiD. Dec 10. Senor Sawistn has reconsidereiJ his determination. and has undertaken the task of form ing a ministry. ill tin if business in fact, and, more than new niiMNi. . great many people nere nave an idea that the govern incut is a knitl ol infirmary m which li-ahled iHiliticiaus, their widows am I .!.. 1 - 1 languid--, meir hiii ami cousins can Ik- iroviiIel for al the public expense i ne great trounie in luvcstigatim; these departments ami reformiit!' them is that so many of the-e inefiici- ent, worthless aud unnecessary clerk: and pmteges of Senators am i . . i ... nepresciiaiives wno will pn- icsi against any attempt to turn their favorites out, no matter how worthless. Hie commission under Mr. Dockery's resolution ought to include in its reitort a statement of the influence behind every worthless I : u:. ....... i ... -t aim iiieuicieui employe in ine depart ment. .-s soon as it Decauie known that Mr. Dockerv pmposed to investi gate the loafers in the departments tney tixik tright and liegan to work their "infhiciiee" immediately, and every senator and representative who had ever recommended the apjMiint nient of a clerk in the demrtmpnt hii recently been reminded of the fact Hid liecu reoucsted to take care of bis wanl in the future. These bin's of prey in the departments are republi cans when tlie republicans are iu power and democrats when the dem- cierats are in jMiwer. As soon as it liecame known that Cleveland was Tin? papers arc already lieginning to talk almut Le SeueurV Manual for IS!).!. Iv-pecial attention is to the Wabash mad lied e of Mexico. Mi.-souri militia men for three years, or during .... 7 " there should lie one. That story of the unearthing or invaliding of the steamer Hufiiiigtoii near Kocheport was a lie. Sunday shaving i.- to bealtoli.-heil in St. louis, but Sunday drinks will lie continued as heretofore. Three fugitives from the deaf ami dumb asylum at Fulton are reported. They said nothing but ju.-t left. Tin Sali-bury Dnn;itl ha ar ranged for seventeen miows this winter; the first snow having fallen on the 1 7th of Xovcinlier. Judge Salisbury lias traded his farm of 1,100 acres in Chariton coun ty for SoO.OOO, taking in part payment a latin near Kenton, Ohio. 'L ncle Julius," janitor of the court house at Columbia, is dead, the age of 80 years. He was one of the first Democratic negntes who ever lived. A young lady is an applicant for the po-tofhee at toltimbia. Missouri probably has not her piota of Mt- mi-tres-es. Pennsylvania has f.i.iaud Virginia 4(il. I he Sicilians of St. Lotu- march ed iu a religious precession on the night oi the Mh m.-l. 1 hev earned a statute. of lhe Virgin Mary covered with SO, 000 worth of jewelry loaned for lhe occasion. -For some reason J. (). P HE'S COMING! OLD SANTA CLAUS Is coming fast and all the children (and grown folks as well) hail his coming with delight. Christmas presents fill the minds of everyone. Here are a few suggestions as to things appropriate : Nice carpets, Rugs, Lace Curtains, Portiers, Table Cov ers, Head Rests, Sofa Pillows, Pictures and Frames, Silk Throws, Tidies, Pin Cushions and Cushion Tops, China Silk, Fringes, Cords, Plushes and an endless variety of every thing. PRICES VERY LOW. Sedalia Carpet Co., THIRD AND LAM INE. D. A. CLARKE Manager. Cloaks AT COST! A big line of Ladies', Men's and Children's Underwear, Cheap. Large Line of Muffs aud Boas, just received, in all the latest furs. Many nice things for GUENTHER'S, 310 OHIO STREET. aggregate Hi: earson advertised in the South-west Citv Eh- tfrpntr for a deaf and dumb.-hoeiiiaker. Shortly after a shoemaker with the re (jtiisite deafness anil dumbness arrived from the Indian territory. Mr. J. Thad I Jay, who wa.- a very young man when lie became pros ecuting attorney of Marion county, has convicted " fiftv-four eriinin-iU- Two were sent up "for life: the sen tences of the others will years. Judge Sherwood has lieen a ?udre ,. , - n 01 me supreme court twenty years. longer term than any of his nredecess- ors save .Jtu ige .McUirk, who served trom 1821 to 1841, ami Judge Tom- kins, who served from 1824 to 1845. L. J. ntiaiisdul has lived in Ver non county lor seventeen vearsand M. Cunningham for seven, hut not till they were brought together on n iurv the other day did they discover that they were friends and nei'dilmrs in ixtone county bclorc tlie war. Willie Ibb. a uecn bov of In dependence, aged about 14 years served four terms in jail in 18!)2anil five terms in 18110 and 1801. Whenever Willie is turned out to seek his fortune in this bleak, cold world he sighs for his home in the nice warm jail. Four Hung. i.orisvii.i.K ml'kukkkks pknai.ty. Loisvii.i.k, Ky. De; 0. At sun rise this morning Dennis McCarthy, Stephen I lite, Grant Thomas, and Nelson Lewis paid upon the scaflbld the penalty of wilful murder. At 7:45 o'clock the four condemned men entered the van! ot the jail and saw for the first time the scaflbld where death awaited them. Up the step of the scaflbld thev march, Hite lead ing, lie walked firmly acniss be neath the noose to the west, McCarthy next to bun, 1 nomas colored next and Lewis colored under the noose to the east. All but Thomas Mood with bowed heads. He looked alxutt at the crowd and bowed to men he knew in the cniwd and at the of the windows of the jail. The deputies ar ranged the noose and pinioned at 7 :48 o'clock. Hue while being pinioned kicked off tin; slippers he wore. The priesU talked continually to Hite and Mc Carthy ami the colored mini-ters spoke occasionally to Thomas and Lewis. Tlmnas glanced curiously at the roe ami lieam alxive him. At Ai o clock the cap was adiusted over McCarthy's head and then ouicklv over the others. Xo one spoke. The noose wa.- then adjusted on Hite, Thomas McCarthy and lastly on Lewis at 7:40. All stood firm. .MV.XirrilY YAWXKll as the noose was adjusted. At 7:54 l-'H ok THE FOUR C"El.l. me urop icii. uite struggled inun 1 ami the ellect was moM solemn. Some the first. "rant Thoina.-' arm drew up' prayed, others sung and others ex- ,.11111 .icv..armys nana inoveo conviu-; noried tite doomed men. At (i:4." -ivcly. Lewis hung limp. At 8:00A o'clm k Grant Thomas made a talk to o'clock all four were pr iiiouuccd dead, his minister. He said; "I die an After midnight, for hours the.-ileuce innocent man and God will punish of the death section ot the jail was those who .-wore my life away." only interrupted by the occasional stir At li:55, jiistlKforethesheriffeiiterL of one of the prisoners who was trying breakfast was hmtight to Dennis Mc lo gain a little sleep. When the 'city Carthy. None of The others wanted hall dock struck four time.-, the jail anything except Thomas who drank a jiresented a livelier apjiearanir on lhe gla.- of wine. The sheriff then read inside. Ilite was around at 4:50 the death warrants, and then the o'clock. At 4:."50 o'clock McCarthy death march wa- 1mohi J.- ,..1 awoke ami fell on his knees in lhe measured trend t 7-1 J ....n:.... middle of his cell. Alnni-t at the had been brought into the iail vnril same lime Cmuit Ihoina- who had ( and placed lieiieath the scaffold. There smokeds-ver.il cigarette went to a' was onlv a .-mall crowd there at the corner of hN cell and turning hi- face time, fewer th towanl the wall began to nrav. Xcl-'niiv nrevious li:iii"inr i;,P in'nm- .ewis awoke at 5 o'cl-ick. Kvery Neither of the condemned men "made one a.-ueepiy attccted when at six any statement on the o clock T.or, Mil- FARM FOR SALE. 440 acre farm near Hughes- ville for sale. Also store house in Hughesville. For -particulars. and price, address E. MASON, 12-hl&wl m Appleton City, Mo. tered his cell a moment later. Father Hmdv wearing his priestlv rebes went to Hi'tcs cell at 0:20 o'clock. They prayed together. At this moment" services were going on iu 111 ri: ani iu:k i-iiim) and Hile's sister bade the condemned man farewell. The wife and sister made two attempt.- before they could break a way and thev left the cell in a flood of tears. Hite liowed his head on the harreil window then enter.-.! on the scaffold. wa not a won I uttered, but in prayer. Lewis' neck was bnikeu. but the other struggled for.-omc minutes. Dennis McCarthy was hanged for the murder of his wife ami unlwirn liabe, Scpteiulier 7. 1MI1. Nelson Lewis,; colored, died for killing George Dean, on the night of November 1. ISfM. his cell and liegan praviug aloud. At "epheii Hite paid the death penalty 0:10 o clock Minerva Thomas, mother 'ir the niunler of Albert Baurmann ..P I . TI II 1 , "i viuiiu iiiiuiiu-, i. .iexantier, a colored Baptist minister, went to see Thomas, and a jKissage wa- read lroiu the bible. None of them made any manifestations. Thomas kissed his aged mother repeatedly tliniugh the bars of his cell. His mother Hnallv liegan to weep am! bade her .-on "rood oye. 1 nomas was as cool and anoar. ently indifferent as ever. Two preach ers entered Lewis' cell at 15:20 o'cloeL- and began services. Several songs, and prayer was offered and the preachers told Lewis that if he had anv sins hid den he should kneel and make a final appeal to his maker. Lewis knelt at once and offered nraver. He asked that peace be among" all men. At (5:15 o'clock Dennis McCarthy put on a neat blaek suit white collar and cuffs. He washed his face and combed hi hair and beard. Puther Lawlcr en- Sunday morning, Septemlier 20, 18!)L vtrant 1 nomas, colored, gave up his life for killing BinlieColnfan, colored, September 0. 1802. No Wreck. Kansas City, Dee. 0. The re- 1 iMirieu wreck 011 tlie nock Island road : supposed to have occurred near Hor ton Kan-as, la.-t night proves to have had no foundation in the fact. Upon the arrival of the east bound Rock Island this morning the conductor was asked concerning the rumor and stated that there were no signs of a wreck when his train nassed H orton -it ,1 lot, hour this morning. Cohtinued. The ease of the statp v M-.t.l.:... t on eharsre of carrring conceale.1 weapons, was up before Justice Fisher yesterday and cotitiniied to Dev. 23. "