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Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 26, 1872, Sedalia, Missouri DAILY DEMOCRAT PUHOHIIKP KVKKY KVBXINO in' m mmum PRESS WIFAM. IN A'DVAKOK: Business Directory, Telegraphic, ATrOKNEYB AT floe Poato IIILU Attorneys ill J mcc." S.A MI-SUN" HHO, Attorney.' onlcc, Ol.lo Street, Lumber Yiird Corner -W Mnucr'K. over Muckcy'i. (T foner Mul" mill Ohio MiBtoH to bo ifuvtd iiful ymir Imlr cut, inybtf. CITY HEAKSE." HKAIUiK alwHja In reiullncM for 0 Bllci'clunce on funer.! III rfcv or country, wllli i.ireful driver K L. Jwbb'n" Prnjirlelor, -No. M null Jlnin Ktreel_' PHYSICIANS. nitrt OWhI.KY A A DAMS, Oculists Anr- IsN ii-.il Chronic- lilsc'iiso Core Cu'lnrrh In Us worst foi ins Office on .Main Klruc-l over Oiilllc1'. lirocery store. DENTISTRY II K HKI'I', siirgcoiiDoniJIsI lien list. Offlc-c J In lA'shc-i's btiI Id Main slroc'-. (mi INSURANCE AGENTS. VTs PKI-TKN A Wll'UKKb, CJui coinc-r ItyMf Mnln slrotli, yntlulrs jfe HEAL ESTATE AGENTS. __ H. llc-nl Eslnte AKlMicy JA M KS rti. 1.1 ui-.j., Illciok, Olil vour JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. THOM.Vb, Jlisllre of ttio 1-uiico nn.l Not-ny I nbllr. b.cs iilnlnirt lilies for I'etds comity. bulldliii., Ohio Mreel, -Jd llooi. fiibllibin ROOTS ATsD SHOES. A WrnVl'l H-K, nnciuiliiclurur ol nil A -IvN-s. Will cnsloin worlt on hJmliniclloi vile- HlKlllricIt llool, wllli yc-llow lop. iililost iienrccHin IMinsi- JIKAT MARKETS._____ RICKMAN A- pM.ilcMit c-t.lsol nil klncN of I'rc-sh n.'cr. Pn-sli nucl Vi'BClu- No SI. Miiln T.1VEKY PTARLES. I, KDIIIilNh- I.HL'iy Ft-oil .mil Snlc- r' m Ant! W Mlln flirt-el. Tnr- llcnl.irnllriilloii I' il'l losloclt loftoii bouiil by clnyoi woeU. fublj-ll GttOCEHS. 1IT W. Cl'.CIh. lipKlc-r 111 stnplc- and (itoc'oi Notions, etc., elc. M.irltc I lirli'o loi produce. No. 115 Sotilli Main loblJ-lnn TTIDHS ANT> LEATHER.___ P'ClOl K.lUiKK I'll K1W, Mtlimfiic-tnv- ns of iui'1 In Shoe 1'tirs unit Tallow. Xo. Alain febl3-ly. UNTDKHTAKERS. Jl lliulcrtnkei. Knr- nlslics.McjIHllc-Ccilllns. AIM flcluice Kr-iiiuil Icioiclc-i. C-onici Oliloniic Tlilid HtlCl't-i. r 150AUDING. r 'I I liKUchis-sl'ilviilollonid >J me III Main strent. foliiTliin PRINTING.; 1) AlLV DIOIOI liA'JC Olllco, No. JS Jlaln sticc'l. Ofllie.oncn day and nle'il. VOKMAN W. .1. MALTBV. ro-'orics, Provisions, t- :r Mr. Fruits, Produce, l.IA, WK keep'a fill! mid cninnlclp slock G-'r o c'cy'i T ,i WMoh we. will Prices, ,i- i I rori'f .H jjafr-Cfciocli delivered to nnjr-.p'irlirtf Jio city! I'reo chnVtte. We linyi tlic Oil SPAPFRf DAILY DEMOC VOLUME 1. Or AIM KUTIklKCi: It nc 4 (Kr One Minnie, otiu time.............. Onot-quare, out! month.............. A llbcrnl ilMlHclion will lio nittilc SEDALIA, MO., FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 26, 1872. WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. Subscription, per annum W W j MX 4 01' ADVKim.SIXCl' One hcitiiiro, one (f 11 OncKiunre. one M) Great Fire in N. York. Erie Machine Shops Etc. Ltc. Etc- York, July immense bulldinc of'the 'Erie milroaJ nenr the shore end of the long dock at Jersey City, comprising carpenter, iniiehine, repair, blacksmith and paint shops, and the general store rooms of the Company, weie burned to-night, There were in the repair shop 33 locomotive'-, ninny of them nearly new. The machine null blnck- smitli shops were full of cosily ma- chines, boilers-, liip hammcis fin- nuces, etc One of (lie trip ham- mers iilniip co'-t within a montli. The building also contain- tin and wooden patterns, and a full supply of the tools fur niilwiiy purjiosc--. The shops buck, two ttoricb high, slate1 completed cicrhl months ago lit iicott of about Over five hundred workmen aie tin own out of employment. The .stoie rooms of the' Company contained a full assortment of miscellaneous itores, lamps, etc. The total loss is estimated at as fol- lows- machinery, locomo- tives, building, The conflagration wa1- witnessed by probably people. Two fire- men weic s-tiHck by fulling walls; one, James Sic dirty, was killed, and the other bndiy injured. 1.A.TKU DUTAILS. Kcw' York, July of the buildings bunied lart evening covci- cd an entire acre. Ko such fire wa-- ever before witnessed in Jersey City. One man a machinist, entered the building nrav the commencement of the (ire for hia tools, and it it ieared that he perished. It is otimatcd that it destroyed piojierly amount- ing to All" the pi-ou- crty except' the tools iwas insu'wd. A fact connected with the fire i" tlial at the time of tlie late stiike all the Jersey City men were notified that they would not bo employed ag.iin. This threat was cariicd out! The employes wore from York and Patterson, the river extended The- shipping in the river extended tp'th'e 'for a great distance around the fire was one of excitement and flcimcnl. The entire cov- ered fiye or six, acies and upwaids of bands had been cmplnycd. The machinery iron. can be sold for old Louisville, July 25. CWidciable excitement hits exislcd hem for a. day ov two, over the outrageous conduct of the Rev. Gilbert II Presbyterian minister. He left the city1 last week, stating thill ho was' going 'to Toledo to ar- range for the arrival of his wife, who was visiting her father at Xcniii, Ohio. was next seen in Chicngo, in convpivny-1 with' ivn unknown wo- man, 'Aihoiii hc' started for DEATH AND THE SUIT Who are and Why. Now that the sun lias sent in his quota of dead this week, it N worth while to sec where any fight could have been made against him. Epi- demic or contagion we can ward off, but what street cleaning or vaccina- tion will avail against the sun From three days to ten in each summer the most blessed of God's gifts becomes a curse in the cities, where it is im- possible for the class which it most susceptible to its attacks to escape from it to shcltci Several scientific statements were published lust montli respecting the cause, prevention and cure of sunstroke, contradictory as to theories, it is true, hut all contain- ing an excellent basis of practical advice. In many cases of accidental exposure to the clear, inexorable heat which hns scourged us during the past week, or when previous ex- haustion has resulted from intemper- ate habits, pxtrme old age, or feeble health, death was perhaps unavoid- able. But in every other instance it resulted from culpable carelessness. It is not Hie itizy or rank-blooded man -who is so often struck down, the workingman, ignorant of ordinal y precautions, or the student or excit- ed business man. whose brain is already on fire, and whose nervous system is prostrated by overwork. Cur ordinary murderous high-pres- sure system shows its nature novvhcie as in the iccords of week's mor- tality. Directions for cue in expo- sure, dress and diet aie -well enough in their but why should we invite death at every moment of 0111 adult lives tp givehini this cold shoul- der at the hist? The proportion of childien uinong those stricken down by the heat this week was appalling. Yet the heat was not worse than our fore-fatlieis bore and lived to tell of; and it la ijtiite line Hint the chil- dren carried about with him neither exhausting cares in mind nor too hardly-worked bodies; ,but they had nothing to oppose to the fiery test but the flaccid limbs nnd rapped neivcs bequeathed to them by either liquor- drinkim; ancestors or thosp who made the stimulant of energy 'and over-work take the place of liquor. The iiioie highly placed by blood and breeding is the child, (he move likely I is it as n man to run the same suici- dal throw all the energy which should have lasted and lent a feeble glimmer to :v s-crved old age into the swift electric flash of the fiiM years of manhood. Ifauyman chooses to count the co't and make his choice, the roults of the sum me his receipts, not, our-1. It is hi.s own account hook he is _ up for final inspection We only wish to show wheie the broken spot in his armor of health is, into which every disease goes in and finds wel- come, and through which by even the tun's rays death gains admission as- into a well'.- mouth. We sec a friendly old Quaker go between (he burning phine overhead and the hiicks below. 1'oitly, lymphatic, easy-going, moderate in hi.- opinions as success, and the sun grows cool on his thick dial) cloth, and barely warms, while his lean hlack-a-vised neighbor, w ho has i rcklcssly exhaust- ed his vitality by the keen business contests, of his maddening caieer, clothes his fleshless limbs in linen nnd fills hi.s hat with wet Imnkcichiefs and falls dead before ho reaches his own doorway. There H no sham meets less mercy fiomit than shi Y. Tiibunc. both occiijiying the same berth in the sleeping car. 'On nr- riving'sherc'Jhe., woman was driven to a honscr in ,the lower part of the city, went to his residence. Tu a, dayyor- two! the woman returned accom- panied by ns far I'nuiklinjJJndrji hcj left tlfc he left niid'SA'FraS.y, When he placed' the' Wcmnn'ftoH' the Iraiu at the depot Very mileli -was JBobtasonjJettsthe city, and his .is un- known. Tie' 'was fonncnv knowi York. T.py, New TO CANDIDATES. Candidates for Office, who de- ire their names >Ie486 accompany their an- louhcement with the fee. MOUTH High Point, N. C, July thousand people bcre Ir.sj evening to Iicnr McG'lurc, ofPennsyl- vanin, replp to Boutwcll's speech. Delano bail mostly colored people for his hearers at Rulcigli. Ex-Gov- ernor Haraiinan, of New Hampshire, nnd Senator Pool followed in speectios. The whole S'nle is overrun will: the leading polilicans of both sides and fiom all pait-s of (lie country. Gov. Bakei, of Minncsotn, alst addressed (tie inncting Inst "evenliij, at Raleigh. The Hon. D. C. Gidillrigs will be tlie noniinee of I lie fioin the Third district o Tcxns. nccountMrc M in 'the great region lyiiiK "ortli, of llu line oHh'e New Yofk Ccntrnl mil way, (lie people are strongly nrouaed i I In hclialf of the Llbcrnl movement. I ruii, RlU'llESKSTATlVB- JOHN P. THATCHEB, JOHN T. HEARD, LOUXTV IRA E. BARNES, W. WATSON, T. P. McCLTJNEY, ADAM ITTEL, Subject to Ibc. decision of tbe IVinoci.nlc JnncW 1-OH COtjM'V AS-sKfis-Oli. JAMES R. HAMMOND, ALBERT CAPEN, A. G. BRANHAM. W. E. MIDDLETON, FRANK ELLIOTT, Subject In the Decision of the Pemoc-raUc FOlt CO1JNTV B, H. INGRAM, GEORGE M. PEM3JERTON JR. S. BROCK, -Subject to the llcclnlon or Democratic :ouventiuri.) I.-OH rtitiiuipp OK rirrris OC.NTV. F. S. ARNOLD. HKNKY ORBER, HKNRY J. MfCORMrCK, WASH. STARK, nbjpc-t lo the decision ofthe Democratic- you sn EKII r AM3 F. E. CRAVENS, JOHN G. RIBSLEH, Subject to tbci Dcclwoii of tlio Dcinoi'intlc .oiiventlcin KOK L-OVKTY .lUJX.i; WILLIAAr LOWJtY, JOHN RYAN, SAMUEL B. F. B. TAYLOH, JOHN to the cloeLslon or me ueinoorillc- TWENTY YEARS. THE SALK Has Intel-cased 800 Per Cent. 2O.31O Sold in Arc in Daily Use ijors'i; MOKE v ORK JJIUNCJ IT if n UCUNU IT U.KANIMl! IX) IXI.' wjr. ii. H. jru.L, n. jr. LEET, 11. W. STEKLli, I lotlu'tUrMiiti nf llip1Vmt.ir.illc- ron on A. A. THOMAS MOXnOB, snhkri to HIP Decision nt ilic Democratic And witliguMlci snUsf.iclion and s.is- ing of l.ibor lli.in .my stovo in use. SOLD ]IY Excelsior Manf ing Co. SAINT LOUIS, Wholesale Ileah-rs in .ill kind-, of Tinners' Stock; AND BV All I., LIVE STOVE DEALERS. w-iUw 1'OK JMIOSKCI-TIXf! A'JTOH.N'KY, FllANK HOUSTON, T-. u. y. srronT, SnKJccI In tlir decision cif llio nemocratle Jonveiition.) 'OK JslTl'EKINTKNUKNT OF B. F. WINFREY. C. WKSTLAKK, WM. HOFFMAN, W. Stibjoc-l to dci-lslon of IK-moir.itlc ron- Yiullnn. l-icll) JfOH T. N. ROGKRS, ,'RulHccilo ibc ol Hie DcinocniMc 1-OH .lUSTJDE I'ICALl! J. II. LOONEY, [Subject to Hit decision of the JJemocr.HIc (F T MKR. K. PARTS, MILLINER DRESSMAKER, i jVo. Main St., bfdalia, Mo., Dr. M.EH In Ladles' I'lmcy Goods. J.n- ctic s' N r'Ul much- Ic) lillk'l BO Allkliidno! Hun en It fiwnlctl In thp hiylc. SnMsf.ic-1 Ion tuts- Slumping for t-lnbroItU i> nnd HialO- nj: done In the bc'st Myli- at li-itsonahje minclilfi-tlwll. CMAS. I1EALKR IK Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Gold Pens, Spectacles, Silver- Plated Ware, Etc. e onto MAIS, SBDA1.IA, MlSSOUUr. All work JoulO-cHv AKI501T Contractors and Builders, Will do evorytlnni? in che line ol (Jin" ncntor'H and Joiner's Woilc. Itcp.iir- KinMiine, etr. S. tisf.ic.tion (jiiar- antced in evciy iiistanco. Shop on Street, betwoen Third and Fourth, MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILROAD! Of ft an tt rontfJt ItntHH ToSaint Louis AND ALL POINTS East! North South! NO Vlf ANUK Ol1 UAH8 From, Si Louis to New Tr.y It! 'Jhc SCIUNTJ) JC'A.MEIUCAN Is the c'iip'-sl nnd llltistniiod wcpkly m shti.l. Kucli nnnxber cnntiilns lirun 10 to ongriivincs of crv, novel inventions, Undoes, Ungl- iiccinip; Arc-hiieeturu, Improv- ed li'iinn luipluinoiils, mid ovury new in A year's niinilioweniilninS'ffipagei (incl sovcr.il lunnlred ciiBravinKS. Tlionsiinds of volumes aiu preserved for binding and lorcrciiee. The jiraetic-.U t-eptsipts nre well worth ton I lines Iho sulwripti yearly null. miens sent 1'ioe. Kept, by M Xows Dealors. 1'ATKX'PS obt.iinetl on tlio Ij Motlrlv ofntjw invcntion.s and sketches cxunilncd, and advice fice. All patents aie published In tlio Reien- tillo American Iho woolt thfy issue. .Send for IHIpiiHCs, contaln- and 1'u.l clinictions tin obtain- THE 'Mound City' MUTUAL LIFE Insurance Co., or St. Louis, Mo. Address for Paper, or Moan Co., J'ark Kow, >f. Y. Jii-nneh ollicie, c.or, untl "til Sis., P. C. [niKi-Jw JAMES B. J2ADS, Pieaidenl. A. K. MUTTON, Vice-Hrcsiilent. 6. W. LOW AX. Boorelaiy. C. G. McHATTON, Guneiul Ageiil. P. A. KURSET.L. Attorney. W HATCH, M. D Medical Office W. E. HARVEY, Consulting AM' JAJIKS II. li.VDH, A. JU. BUTTON, .J. 1U. HARNEy, 'I1. A. UUSS13LL, .7 G. WIjr.LS, JAMES UJPE, Jl GAHHISOX, W. K. JHNNTNOH, NORMAN J Home Ortloe No. 213 North Third Street. Board of Reference, O. A. CJIANDALL, C. G. TAVLOK, Sforetai v. Drt. J. W. TKAnEK, MoJienl Ex A. Y. HUIjIj, Editor Democrat. HENRY GUNTKR.MAN. ISAAC WOLF. JAMES JAMISON. SICW.OOO 00 DEPOSITED! wri'ir TITI. Insurance Pcpartmoiit, FOR run Security of Policy-Holders! KXAIT STOUT CO., (Sut'OC's-sOTHlo HOSS, L'6.) ManARirinicn nntl liralfrs In Pine Ij.V'TIl, HIIIXCIITS PICKKTS. nyOilicd nnd YiuO( coi nqrnfMnln streo r.nrf iltciiU'n St. t.nuh} Mn Wo have Iho ItimcHt (iatiK Milln in the JIIH! nro jtrcpnrmt to Mil nil nt- wlili ino Krontt'st ;unl nl Invr- k.ts ni'JI XZxponses POLICIES LIBERAL SECURITY AMPLE.
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