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Sedalia Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - May 25, 1875, Sedalia, Missouri is by nan in a Per oy maU v 09 by In per D. JEFFERSON The Constitutional Windy AM for the to the Jefferson Slay 24, 1875. The opened with Leave of absence was asked tor and granted to and Taf lor of Mr. offered a petition from the citizens of Franklin county ing the Convention to provide for Aft election of Governor every four yean and for the assembling of the Legislature not than in four Mr. ILde introduced a. petition from the citizens of Livingston ty asking the incorporation of a i i the Constitution persona da not pay es from Toting taxes upon those who pay the that the issuing ot bonds by any city or county except by hi rds ity of the tax The then pray that minors bo to vote hy an or power of attorney without The petitions were referred la 9 Mr. Broadhead was granted leave of Upon motion of Maxey the then went into Lorn A. VOL. 8EDAL1A, MONDAY MAY 25, 1875 NO. 124 be inserted from oho to ate at the of from six to eight each twelve and cents per i Wo local notice will be Jbr than ordered no time Is agreed will bi continued until forbid anil ia with above wg particulars A to a brief but pointed discourse by the Mr. Secretary of the State Board of an organization was effected by tbe election of Hardin as and E. A. ber of tho Convention from Johnson as Hon offered the lowing resolution we are assured from sources deemed perfectly reliable that in some portions of our State the people are in a destitute and that the charitable in the immediate locations a re unible to ex- tend immediate That while the district of country it in ta circumscribed in and the ple are heroically struggling re- yet actual want and temporary aid is be it resolved by this assembly 1. Thai people of this State when meet on the 3d of June in obedience to tbe be as far as ability and charity to make aid of our suffering 2. That the Governor be ed to appoint some discreet persons to receive and distribute the tions among the destitute 3. That alt persans to extend aid be requested to forward their donations for to the appointed by the 4. That committees be appointed by the people in the various ies of the the purpose of collecting and forwarding the con- AFTER THE tbe Can County The Missouri Pacific Railroad taxes line county 1858 Is aboat which it has refused and neglected to By a late of the Supreme Court of the United States the county is authorized to taxes off ths County Collector with his W. P. together with W. and attorney W. J. arrived io our city this morning and levied on the passenger of His western bound The proceedings at the depot gave rise to of no little The with a of which Mined lo disregard the of lue 0ounty, when Judge Barnes gave to understand that he know and was prepared to fulfill them to the The Old bail through Kre at and in- tee of Whole for this further con- of ths for 12 of the of s. Mr. Gotte chalk in the Mr. Shackleford gained the floor and an the Mr. Boons spake at length in vor of the abolition of the grand jury Some members appear to think the morning sessions are set apart for them to air their to the intense disgust of reporters while upon the dilapidated of the people are After elaborate the amendment to the substitute was Mr. Shields then offered an amendment to the substitute ag which was Mr. Adams then introduced nn amendment which was The then recurring upon as it was The resolutions Attorney-General of- the which were that in order that gen the substitute Tbe substitute by the con- vention tor Sec. 12. is as No person shall for a be proceeded against criminally wise than by In all other offences shall be criminally by or information as concurrent provided that both remedies shall at the AH cases arising in the land or naval forces or ia tbe in time of war or public may be by indictment or Mr. Adams the following substitute for section 13 of the of treason against the State can consist only in levying war against it or in adhering to ite giving them aid and com- fort that no person can be ed of treason unless on the testimony of two to tbe same overt Act or on confession open that no person can be ed of treason or by the eral that no conviction can work of blood or for- feiture of that the estates of such persons as may destroy their i shall descend or vest as in i oi natural and when any ehall be killed by ty there be forfeiture by son The substitute was adopted by a vote of 23 21. consideration of section committee arose and re- ported progress and asked to sit again at two Convention then AID FOU TUB 0ESTITUTK. Hearing it rumored on tbe streets that it meeting would be held in the Hall of by the members of tbe Convention and ed to take initiatory steps in behalf oi tbe destitute sections of the a DEMOCRAT Reporter repaired to the capital and gathered tbe eral notice may be given throughout the state of the proceedings of thia that the Governor be re- quested to communicate the same by Senator of Saline offered tbe followin that a mass meeting of citizens and be requested to assemble in tbe House of on ty evening May 98th for the purpose of giving tical direction to their charitable feelings toward tbe suffering and destitute of our resolution after some sion was offered to be of the four who would an hundred ou the Meeting adjourned to meet day SCHOOL Hon. Thomas State has decided that under the act of March 15th 1875, rising from railroad taxation goes into the general School Fund of the counties through which such roads pass aad not to us under the old C. B. sheriff of Green brought down twelve pris to the penitentiary this Eleven men all convicted of grand nnd one con- for concealing tbe birth cf There are now about twelve hundred convicts confined in the Mr. Wallace's We to-day the speech of H. C. Wallace of Lafayette delivered m tional convention on the the constitu of It ii a sound exposition of the great question of We have read it hastily but we think it trill bear a more deliberate which we shall give to it at our earliest con- when we shall have more to say it. We ask all to read as the principle discussed is one which we are all As we Mr. Wallace h tak ing a front rank in the convention arid we are glad of it. the conductor that he not intend strain to obstruct the United States but the balance of the train must remain until he received furl her J The matter was antl the train allowed ta the officers holding a lien ou the cars virtue of a levy The Freight train was also but lowed to on the When of ty appeal to the courts of equity against the unjust Cor which they never received thia is called runs riot for the Exclusively for Beecher Porter Rather a Strong crage For and He Hoes for Them and Red and New May ly court room was ngain day slid Judge Porter renewed his argument for the He re- ferred to the letter cf contrition which was only known instance in which n man had written to did it happen that the who was a master in department when hern me to Frank presence was like an untutored school Another feature of the letter was the fact that Beecher to sign it. Frank who is no other than a calVi Moulton sham from the piw of the railroad companies in proud Theodore H boro the foremost name of any man in and had given out the tin the of boundless These were put forth to the world by copied from drafts or were tho re- when for ten years the com- pany claims exemption from taxation anil ignores the of the tribunal known in tlie refuses to pay proportion of revenue for the support of Ihe Government from which it derives Us charter aud is ont this w only a matter of a fortnights work on the part i t 4 and a offered that it the railroad Our are on tbe tracks and thp s by lease haa to pise of all property iu the road tbe t ixes will have to be Tne At- and Pacific company might as well understand Brat last that thist smuggling of property from Hie of- of the law will not be permitted Jo Our people are slow but when they determine tbe right they are assuming a to accomplish Boonville May 2-i'h. Weather very Nelson relumed from St. Louis Mr Badion and wife left us day evening for after short down this Mr. P. W. not An Many of our failed to gc their papers Sunday for which we are though not to Out usual edition was en lirely inadequate to the and we worked off 100 still many failed to get their This will not occur as our regular rons shall be supplied before the news shall not be and if from any cause one or more of our pations fail to be served ly we ask that prompt re- port be to this office of all such and we will see that they are Such things annoy us but we try to avoid and promise that they shall not occur if within our power to prevent if hia printing office to go unnoticed this week by is having hij Two got to fighting last and after a short while there were about ten negroes on and the one They sre being tried The poor ignorant What h the rscs coming Saturday evening about 3 p. Mr. McDearmon our city marshal re- message from Lewis in wanting bim to arrest two men with a boy the was his brother antl Mr. them and took them to the Mayor's where wailed until ar- As soon as Lewis arrived the men were by Mr. who that tbe boy hart no and that he didn't want to stay with hia these men took him intended to raise it was at request they took Leww bin brother to remain with Mr. Howard made biro do it let lag others It quite an for a abort waa certain he he hart Charlie George at the Family and a brother of T. A. near being drowned Saturday He was out in tho swimming and took a cried fur but the boys thinking he was nu help came to liia after he gone under the he was r and ribbed to but they reached he went tier his and the hud taken him down the river so they Knew could not get and he was A fisherman noticed the boys in a grent state of started up to see the but noticing bad a and the was worth KIOTO than satisfying his pulled it out and found It was Johnson holding with a death grip to the line nearly Dr. Evans was immediately sent for and alter him succeeded in bringing him to At this writing be in though far ON of It was Til ton who the direction for carrying cut It in his fertile brnin that they hail their oii gin and when Moulton spoke of ing Theodore Til ton if he injured Beecher it was hut the language of n Tilton and Mrs. boro the stamp of Til ton's mind in their T lie word re- ferring to n kiss was never heard from except by two Theodore Tilton Frank The words on tho In ink j of a moral were more than the moral for words would seem They were Theodore ton's The counsel then commented on the form in which the letter was ask through Theodore and humble myself before as I do my He would have been a better mrm in my place than I Did Mr. Beecher write If lie did which dirt he the en hearted and contrite woman the man whom she had as Never did W. Beecher use the term After referring to other the counsel What led tou lo ns they Tor Beecher Moulton said ho lied Tor and in delicacy lo Beecher and Plymouth nnd TUton for motives of the samp acter towards his Could Tilton had these and those which led him to his and to seek to ruin hh adopted cl lughter Both of these witnesses in their had expressed themselves with which rendered their mony If the jury ed the testimony of and the and what VTRS the character of a mnn who had broken and violated all Tilton was living by mail for a number of ready to accept it in the form of or Why did he threaten Wow the roof oft Plymouth Church unless they accepted to his Was it not help from Beecher when according to Mrs. Tilton said that loved and ho ought do something for that Elizabeth had done all she for him and he ought to come to keep Tilton from speaking Moulton said that was a liar and a and that was the reason he had broken with He admitted also that he had ken with There was no son with whom ho not broken and was this man whom no person seemed to place reliance in to be believed he maligned i Thia man had threatened to shoot Beecher but this was mere This mail had made such threat without intending lo it naust this man not bo of low der of An elaborate verbal was entered into by lha orator about the letter of The fact that the can nsk ing there ia a blotted at the etui of the word did not escape the notice nnd be use it is an argument thp probability of been the author of the can't ask was he an expression which n man trained in letters like Mr. Beecher was incapable of the ment was that Moulton had written the words and Tilton rtm hw pen through tho Speaking of life cf Christ and of remark about tho possibility of the life of Iscariot under certain Judge ter exclaimed we might have gested whether if Frank Moulton had been one of the would have picketed those of He with of the alleged pressure brought to bear on to make her swear Her story of what had said to Mr. iu the way of sure of hia conduct and as to what should Judge Porter declared it to be impossible and inconsistent with her A shudder ran through the audience when the would never have from tier if OoU had not visited her tin calamity hindering I hope this a man like Porter will count (I e ar- Mi see I Forest Fires fn Great of Properly Successful Ferry Sinks and Drowns and Ihe man of bis He said for him if she would lie Was that the use that Thodore Tilton put women too Was this the school in which Mrs. had been reared May 24 In the of to-day ing n question put by the of said it was true the government had advised the Queen to make representations to 3eiinany respecting relations be- tween that power nnd These representations had been and wore of such a nature to correct misconceptions and insure England had received n sat but it would not be to public convenience to lay a copy of the correspondence on tbe table of the Oily of The federal troops are reported to have suffered reverses at the hands of in- in San Potosi their loss being killed one and fifty taken The is preparing to inaugurate a severe campaign against the PILGRIMS May 24, A. dispatch to the Times from dreadful accident says a occurred ou the river Murat the in the province of A ferry boat bavins a number of Catholic pilgrims eu route to the springs on the other side of the Mur from sank in the Fifty nine of the grims were but are yet all of whom are be- to have The sheriff of Hickory comity lodged a prisoner iu tbe calaboose last He s on ihe the Memorial at ling of the Bine and Spinners font not Mora Seizures at Etc. FOREST New May A dispatch The rain began last relieving the tears of the of tint wooded around Yesterday a thousand rations were issued to the The town was full of A dispatch slates that Ihe rains of Friday night and Saturday were not heavy enough wet the forest and underbrush and the fire bud broke out Sunday ia several places and more But little is actually known as to the real amount of as there arc hundreds of scattered and hundreds cf mills in and Monroe where the fires have The tract of land on Taylor's formerly owned by Horace and site of the old was swept of and all kinds cf been driven by the fires on the cano into the enclosures with the lame and the in region of ra over 100 miles of forest has Been and it u the fire will again gain as Hie wood is as dry aa Rectifying establishments of How and were seized lay by order of Collector for alleged violation of revenue MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH YORK MONEY StAKKET New May 24. cent. mercantile paper Dull SOi for 60 5188} for 000. Custom closed Carrying and j j Blios open proposals for 0 per gold bonds of Western Union Tbe currency bonds of tbe failing doe November will he received at aud in tor Ihe new Blocks are unsettled and somewhat Thp ing limn at mi and still further took place in some although ter midday ibere wan an Stocks were weak and tled during tbe last hour of j Out before tbe tbe market became firm and prices 2 per from the lowest point of tbe ilet aud and ed western And western white aud If new mess fit 50. WASH Arlington and Confederate Heavy Cotton Cases Decided Iti Favor of Plaintiffs No p. K R. Tram Belief to Distressed Col. Srott Against the Baltimore Mid Ohio R. ft 8< oi new New Missouri Os u w oW N. new N. J. St. W. V. K. I. rt. Wayne Kargo SBH American Par. IT. H. 51 Krie Pro C. N. St C. O. ft B. M. U. r. May iness is suspended to-day for the ob- servance oi the memorial services at F 1mwood. Since 8 o'clock this ing the have been crowded with The procession now forming is the largest ever seen hers funeral service of Gen. Tho to a turned awl in the ranks seen the tattered battle flags of both Federal and Confederate ar- At no since the close of the war has there been seen such a intermingling of blue and gray as is here GAVE IT May strike of mule spinners in this city time ton conclusion to-day nnd B large number returned first signing an presented by tbe corporation that as long as they remain in employ of gaid ny they shall not become members of any or union that assumes the right to regulate OT nny interfere with tho prices or hours of That any breach of f provision of this agreement shall be considered misconduct on the part of the subscribers and shall be for the summary dismissal irom the employ ment of the corporation without Marino Colored Yesterday the Great Western Band paraded our and ed some very fair Just as the dulcet tones emerged fiora their horns on Ohio and their dence struck the west side of the there was a general from the cells five of the prisoners broke through the grates and brick and gained tho free air and When our authorities permitted that band to play on the might have known that it would be impossible to them darkies in but men never will learn The at night waa a complete owning to not been KT. Ht. Mav 24. Bayers closing flat and and No. S 1 30cash; 36@ 135.} 1 3-5 1 36J totter and No 2 soft No 2 mixed offered at 65J; 64i bid round lota car lots Easier for round lots fresh No 2 at 65; offering sales of prime at f 1 aud 25. Dry Salt worth Si loose clear ribs offered at 11 J. for shoulders clear rib clear and 14c. 20; uo STOCK St. May 24 and firm good to and good 5 25 75; mixed 4 35 good 4 75. 830. higher on good 7 b icon 7 943. CHICAGO May 24. shade lower extras panicky and No 1 spring No 2 spring 95J regular 96 spot June No 3. weak and No 2 mixed regular 64J. 65 for No 60J for No 2 11 08. and lower No 2 I 86 spot 1 05 for tower and 8045@ 20 50 for j uli 20 75 for and lower 14j spot or 14 Bulk and weak d It 11 SO 11 i. holders firm at 17. CHICAGO STOCK MARKET May 24. since Saturday fairly active but rather easier fair to good stackers and steers weak and lower under heary fairly ac tire at decline poor ta at 7 40 for 7 23 75 for New Mty 24. western common to good extra 05@ 5 4fl[ good to 5 75. No 15; No 1 1 23 26 winter western 1 88 COTTON D. of tbe reports of special Commissioner with several a of Involving arge of firet of i z waa inter- as to destroy ordered ta tbe of 300. addition to tbe ment was rendered in about separate covering bales of wbich at by tbe court a of y cf Col. Robert M. aud A. of tbe late Hon. phen A. received au award or of cotton or about Seized in the of on tbe Contrary to no oa was delivered to-day ia tbe but it may be next at 4rhioh time will for D. May of General Land decides that the benefits ex- tended by to who Df of of are compelled to leave or be absent rom may also be id to whose hare u iiko manner been but who have nevertheless residence upon whose crops were destroyed or injured te trill be en- titled to an extension of one from and after July 1st 1875, and when an Injury occurs in tne ex- will be from July 1st, 1870. RAILROAD Col. Scott the foet Master thai on auel alter the of June uo of end will to permitted to pass over his road from Philadelphia to May of War tias granted sion to the Southern Memorial with their to enter Arlington cemetery on the 1st of lor tbe purpose of decora tiag the graves of the Confederate with liberty to use the grand stand when the including the ad- Originally there were 305 Confederate 120 sere removed to the family burial The Confederate graves wood and Congressional cemeteries be decorated on the same day of the decoration of the Union graves in the several which will take place on the 29th of Mar. Lexington Branch A good rain tell Sunday along ths as far east as Tbe Germans themselves iu tip-top style at out at the beer Tke black are eating ap the grasshoppers along at The effects of the proclama Good 5 go foi We came near getting an Just night at but the darn wouldn't fight worth a cent. But they 4id love each other Mr. Peter the popular oa Conductor Lemon's returned with his lovely Peter says he passed and says also that are down east.
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