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VOLUME 23. SEDALIA, MO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1891. NUMBER. 23. "OH, IF MOTHER WERE ONLY AUVE !" All through life she has known a mother's watchful care. She now Is a young mother, and gains strength but slowly. She wonld "give worlds " to do everything for her precious baby, but cannot; the doctor is so Strict, and does not sympathize with her, "as mother always did." That baby has unfolded in the young mother's heart, new emotions. She has a living responsibility, and requires strength to enable her to per form a loving duty. At such a time, too much care cannot be taken, and the Vegetable Compound is indispensable. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S table Is the only Positive Cur and legitimate Remedy COMPOUND for the peculiar weakness and ailments of women. It cares the worst forms of Female Complaints, that Bearing-down Feeling, Weak Hack, Falling and Displacement of the Womb, Inflammation, Orarian Troubles, and all Organic Diseases of the Uterus or Womb, and is invaluable to the Change of Life. Dis solves and expels Tumors from the Uterus at an early stage, and checks any tendency to Cancerous Humor. Subdues Falntncss, Excitability, Nervous Prostration, Exhaustion, and strengthens and tones the Stomach. Cures Headache, General Debility, Indigestion, etc., and invigorates the whole system. For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex, tfae Compound hiu ao rival. All Druggists sell It as a standard article, or cent by mad, In form of Tills or Lozenges, on receipt of 1.0tt. LYDIA E. PINKHAM MED. CO.. LYNN, MASS. Illustrated book, entitled " Guide to Health value to ladles. We will present a copy to CODLD GET NO JURY. ;v THE TRIAL OF BRENNAN AGAIN CONTINUED. Every Man Id Stevens County Summoned and Not Ona Eligible to Sit at the Trial Brennan ITustled Back to jail. Hcooton, Kan., Nov. 7. At 5 o'clock last evening Special Judge Wall, sitting in the trial of James Bren nan for killing Sam wood, announced that it had been found impossible to secure a jury of unbiased muu in Stevens county. The case was continued , until the January term of court and the prisoner was remarked to the custody of Sheriff Hermann Cina to bo couflc.1 in the Kcno county Jail at Hutchinson. Every man available in the countv has been examined and all have declared on oaUj that they have formed opinions, i When it Keia'mo evident that u jury would not bo secured, Judge Wall ad journed court for thirty minutes to give the lawyers a chance to find a -way out. TJie lawyers for each sido immediately re tired and held a long private consultation. Presently court opened again and the judge asked for the pleasuro of the counsel. Attorney-General J. N. Ives immediately suggested anothor recess of thirty minutes and it was taken. During this recess Mr. Ives and Charles Curtis, of counsel for the state, drew up an application for a change of venuo to another judicial district, alleging that it was ' impossible to securo a jury in Stevens county; that the same state of feeling ex isted in the other counties comprising that district, and that, besides, Judge Thco 'dosius Botkin, judge of that district, was prejudiced, because, during Sam Wood's lifetime ho had been his bitter enemy, and because Brennan, the defend ant, who killed Wood, was Botkin's par ticular friend. The states counsel sup ported this by an affidavit made by S. O. Auberry of Woodsdale, who swore to the facts alleged. This feeling between Wood and Botkin was alleged to have existed becauso Wood was said to have been the instigator of a trial of Botkin for impeach ment as a judge of his district This application dumfounded the do . fense. Tbo court asked if they desired to file any counter affidavit and Colonel J. D. Snoddy of their counsel declared that he didn't consider that application of the state worthy of attention. He said: "This is a most extraordinary proceeding a most extraordinary paper to be filed in a court of justice. It is remarkable that any man would have the courage to step forward and make such an affidavit. Judge Botkin, when he refused to try this case last September and insisted on the selection of a special Judge, acted in a manner that should command the respect of every man in the state Id relation to this extraordinary application we only desire to state that numer ous decisions of superior courts prohibit fhe removal of such a case from Its proper district excepting upon application of the defendant." The decisions were cited, and Judge Wall said that it was apparent to him that he was prohibite'd from removing the case from this district, though everything in dicated the wisdom of a removal. William O'Connor, county attorney for Stevens county, refused to support the application of General Ives for a change of venue, and on this point an unfortunate rupture among the state's counsel occurred. O'Connor, on his "'part, moved the court for a con tinuance of the case till the January term and declared that ha wished the applica tion for a change of venue to appear as that of Attorney General Ives alono. O'Connor was then asked to make an affidavit that a fair trial could "be secured in any county of this dis trict, and he replied that he knew tbo state of feeling in Morton, Seward and Grant counties as bitter as it is in Stevens, but he couldn't stato definitely the state of feeling in Haskell and Stanton counties, the other two in Judge Botkin's district. He said that each of these counties was populated and Etiquette," by Lydla E. Pinkham, is of great. anyone addressing us with two 2 -cent stamps, ! about; 21s extensively as Stevens ana mat ! thr '.Anlinrf Vrttllfl vlrVllTll T 10 thf v1mf feeling would probably be the same. Itrrnnan Mustle'l Out of Town. When Judge Wall remanded Breunan to the custody of tho sheriff. Colonel Snoddy asked that Breuniin's bond be fixed but Judge Wall announced that as magistrate who presided at the preliminary ex amination had considered the effenso un bailable, he could take no action in the matter. It is not probable that Brennan will ever suffer very severe punishment for killing Sam Wood unless it is inflicted by some other power than the law. The state will likely make no future effort to try the caso because this condition of things confronts it: A jury cannot be se cured in Stevens county; tho case cannot be tried elsewhere except oa applica tion of tho prisoner, and be will, of course, make no such application If, after three successive terms of court, a jury is not secured, and this will no doubt .be the result, Brcnnnn is cntitloa to liberty. Tho situation diJaH appear to be at together serene last night after court adjourned and they clanged their minds on this point and considered their client more safe elsewhere. Sheriff Cann, however, did not want to take Erca nan across the plains to Liberal, thirty miles by air line, in tho night, and de cided to hold him Lcrc till this morning. Aloug about 9 o'clock, however, the excitement became intense, and Cann and a trusted deputy hustled Brennau into a carriage and the thrco started for Liberal by tho most out-of-tho-wayroad. After a fast drive they reached Liberal about 0 o'clock and at noon to day Brennan was taken back to the Hutch inson jail. Baron Fnva Promoted. Rome, Nov. 7. Baron Fava, minister of Italy to tho United States, who has been absent from his post of duty on leavo for somo time owing to the controversy ovej the New Orleans affair, has been promoted to the rank of plenipotentiary of the first class. Chancellor Snow in Demand. LAWitnscc, Kan., Nov. 7. The fame of Chancellor F. H. Sr.ovr, of the ivunsa3 stato university, as a destroyer of insects has spread all over the western hemis phere. His success in getting rid of tha bug pest in Kansas by inoculatiug tho bugs with a fatal disease gave him a reputation, and ho is in constant re ceipt of letters from all over the coun try in regard to the exterminating process. A few days ago ho received a letter from Brazil offering him a large sum of money if he could rid the country of a species of ant which Is very destructive to crops. Ho has received a proposition from a milling firm in Minneapolis, Minn., offering him (1,000 to come to Minnesota next sum mer and kill bugs for a few weeks. The letter stated that the acreage of wheat in Minnesota has been greatly reduced on account of the farmers fearing the destruction by chinch bugs, and the millers were afraid their businoss would bo damaged by the de crease. This process of exterminating the bugs by infection will be introduced in several states next year. BOIES FOR PRESIDENT. Tea Governor" Ore a at Dubuque Come Out for Ills Nomination. DcBcqtr, la., Nov. 7. The Dubuquo Herald has come out for Horace Boies for president in the headlines oj its npws col umns. Tho governor's pmate secretary, C. O. Ham, is an associate editor of tho Herald and that paper is considered the governor's organ. It may therefore be taken to reflect tho hopes of Governor Boies and those nearest to him. Tfae Saving" Rank Ran Ended. Boston, Mass., Nov. 7. The run on tho Five Cents savings bank is ended. Not over twenty-five people are in their place this morning withdrawing money 'and withdrawals are being fully offset by the new deposits. WORTHY OF A TRIAL. If yon are troubled with rbeume tism or a fame back, bind od over the seat of pain a piece of flannel damp ened with ChamberUm's Fain Balm. You will be surprised at the prompt relief it affords. 50 cent bottle for sale by August T. Fieuchmsn, Druggist. PLOT TO KILL CANTO CHILI IS SEARCHING FOR INSTIGATORS. THE Several Refugees SaM to Bo In the United I State Legation Chilians Bear a Hitter Hatred Toward All Americans. New York, Nov. 7. The Herald's Val paraiso correspondent cables that, despite tbo denials of tho existenco of a plot to Colonel Canto, several men have been ar rested, charged with complicity in the af fair, and are now in prison. The author ities are exceedingly reticent about the matter to avoid alarming tho people. It is rumored that some of the refugees in tho United States legation are implicated in the plot. A meeting Is to be held in the public plaza at Santiago to pass resolutions call ing on the junta to immediately adopt stringent measures against the supporters of tho late dictator. Sympathy will be ex pressed for Colonel Canto and he will be congratulated on his escape from tho assassins. The junta will Do urged to ask the United States for the ex tradition of such of tho political refugees as are Implicated in tbo plot and who are under the protection ol the American legation. A demand will bo made for the immediate execution of Gondarillas, who is said to bo tbc chief conspirator. Pedro Montt, minister to tho United States, has informed the junta that he has been assured by Secretary of State Blaino that the question of tho extradition of political refugees now in the American legation will be presented to the congress of tho United States for action as soon as that body meets in December. Minister Ecan yesterday notified the junta that threats had been made to at tack tbc United States legation and to capture tho refugees, and ho warned tho junta that it would be held responsible. At a meeting of several thousand men in tho plaza, incendiary speeches denouncing tho United States legation and tho alleged conspiracy to as sassinate General Canto, were applauded. The junta sent a troop of cavalry to guard the United States legation. The Conditions Mending. There is decidedly mora friendly feeling here between the Americana and Chilians. Tho intendento of Valparaiso has addressed an official communication to Captain Schley of the American warship isammore requesting that the sailors attached to that ship who were wounded in tho recent riots be persdttcd to appear before Judge Foster and give their testimony. In case it is found Im possible of inexpedient to have the mon appear before the judge in person, no is requested to furnish copies of their depositions, which have already been taken by Captain Schley. The Baltimore's wounded men aro rap idly recovering from their hurts. A feel ing of extreme cordiality now seems to exist between the Chilian authorities and tho United States naval officers, and thero are frequent interchanges of courtesies. There is universal rejoicing throughout the country at tho news that Admiral Geo. Montt has accepted the presidency. Ho is extremoly popular am it Is the general opinion that ho will administer tho affairs of tho country with an ore single to her best interests. sax biego Largely to iilame. Iler Teople Gave the Itata Commander a AVrong Idea of American. Cniaioo, Nov. 7. "Tho Chili difficulty excites deep interest among Californians," said A. M. Bridges of San Fran cisco, who is now in the city. "In California the Chilians have never been popular since the days of the Argonauts. As in the case of tho New Orleans troublo California would prefer war to the least surrender of any national claim. Much of tho bitterness of tho Chilians toward America is dui to the Itata affair, and to tho talk of Captain Mannzcr, the commander of tho vessel. Mannzer judged this country from what he saw in San Diego. The people of that city, because Mannzer bought liberal ly of the merchants to supply his vessel. treated him as a hero and actually insulted the officers of the Charleston when they brought the Itata back. At a banquet given by the city of San Diego the ItaU was toasted first and the Charleston second. Wbon Mannzcr returned to Chili be naturally took tho ground that tha Americans were not to bo feared, and his influence with the junta is said to be con siderable. The Chilians hate Californians above all other Americans, becauso tha Argonauts drove off tho Chilians from tha mines. This wholesale deportation Chili can never forgive or forget. Chilian naval officers during tho last years have often expressed a desire to make San Francisco pay a big Indemnity or bombard and destroy it There is no question that if war results from the present trouble tho first move of the Chilian fleet will bo against San Fran cisco." BCMOHS FROM BRAZIL. The Imperialists Hoping That Dom Pedro or the Count D'Eu Will Reign. New Yoke, Nov. 7. News has been re ceived here from Rio that President Deo- doro de Fonseca had held a long confer ence with the Viscount Oro Preto and Joaquin Naboco. They are both prominent imperialists and tbey nave given rise to tha hope among admirers of the old regime that Dom Pedro will be asked to return to Brazil and again take the throne. In case of his declining the offer, the story goes, the throne will be offered to the Count D'Eu, tho husband of Dom Pedro's daughter. These stories aro merely rumors, however. The president publicly promises a constitutional government. Thero are also unconfirmed stories of outbreaks in many of the provinces. Tho Argentine authorities were a good deal stirred up When the news of the trouble in Brazil reached Buenos Ayrcs. Troops were at once hurried to the frontier, so as to preserve order fiTcase Qie Brazilians at tempted to enter Argentine territory, and also to prevent any attempt to violate tbo neutrality law. When the troublo arose at Rio, Admira Melo. who was in command of tho war ships then in the harbor, hurriedly got up steam and reported the fleot ready for any service it might bo called on to perform. DOM FEDItO'S LOVE FOR UICAZT- Be Submitted to the Lois of IIU Era- plre Only to Prevent Bloodshed. PiKis, Nov. 7. The Figaro to-day pub lishes an interview with Dora Pedro of Brazil in regard to the recent events at Bio Janeiro. Dom Pedro said: "I know nothing about wliat has occurred in Brazil during tho last two years. I am completely ignorant of tho events of yesterday. It has been my de sire to neither directly nor indirectly cause civil war. I have sacrificed my all to sparo the country that scourge. On the day I received the news of my deposition I could have overcome tho revolution, but I preferred exllo to bloodshed." Continuing. Dom Pedro said that ho nevor wished to be anything but a pastir populi and that if it was true that the DOM rEDRO. Commodore da Gamma was to becomo dictator, tho disappearance of the Da Fon seca government might imply the restora tion of tho empire. "Da Gamma was once my most devoted friend," said Dom Pedro, "and if the peo ple appeal to their old emperor, I should immediately undertake to return and de vote my remaining strength to the happi ness of the people. Then I should be sufficiently rewarded to sleep mv last sleen In my beloved country." I FOR INCITING A RIOT. Five Topekans Aeeused of Being Lead, era of the Recent Mob. Tofeka, Kan., Nov. 7. Five men accus ed of taking a prominent part in organizing ing the mob which besieged the county jail and police headquarters Wednesday havo been arrested. They are Charles Gill, Alex ander Hosender, Milt Loyd, William Davis and Charles Shaw. Threo of them are cm ployed by tho Topoka 'Bus company. Gill, It Is alleged, throw a ropo over Officer Wcllman's neck and an attempt will be made to have him indicted for assault with intent to kill. The other men will be in dicted for inciting a riot. .- ' A Change at Santiago. WxsniXGTOx, Nov. 7. Tho president to day appointed Fenton K. McCrecry of Michigan secretary of legation at Santiago, Chili. William B. McCrecry of Michigan is tho present American consul at Valparaiso. Major 3IcKlnley Coin: East Tor Rest. Castox, O., Nov. 7. Major McKinley and wife leavo to-day for the cast for a week or two of recreation and rest. Tho official, vote of Stark county, McKinley's home, gives Campbell a plurality of 124. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Itofuse of beet root is used in making bread in parts of Russix IL B. Lauvo of Kansas City was con victed of horribly beating his daughter. Zach Ward, of Chaplin, Ky., charges his wife with poisoning him with strychnine. A successful test of the Wallis-Lispcnard cotton-picking machine was mado at At lanta, Ga. Owing to the drouth along the lower Rio Grande cattle are reported dying by the hundreds. It is said that tho Burlington project of bridging the Mississippi at Alton will bo carried out at once. The Union Pacific will endeavor to per suade the other western roads to advanco dining car rates to H. A. B. Weyman, colored, was hanged at Trenton, Ga., for the murder of prison guards at Cole City last June. Tho Cochrane-Fulton company, dis tillers and wholesale liquor dealers, Louis ville, Ky., have made an assignment. Mrs. Pony Saunders of Memphis mur dered her husband by pouring boiling water over him while he was asleep. Mrs. Georgian a Hanley, a young widow of Neeleysville, Mo., is charged with send ing improper matter through the mails. Schultz, the man suspected of having killed the unfortunate woman in "Jack-thc-Rippcr" style recently in Berlin and who was arrested, has been released. Mrs. Calvin Somers testified that Judge Edmunds and Judge Levy, together with two other persons, were bribed in a law suit involving land in San Francisco. Josenh PennelL an artist, who was im- prisoned thirty-six hours at Kieff, Russia, Is a citizen of Philadelphia. He was arrested while sketching buildings in Russia. Frank McLain, the Topeka man who kicked his nine-months-old step-son to death, is now safe from mob violence, being behind the prison walls In tho stato penitentiary at Lansing. St. Louis Brewers' Union No. 6 have been unable to agree upon a settlement with the St. Lonis brewers' association and a boycott will bo placed upon tlja six,. ttn brg-,ujri;s comprisjyng it, meK9Hk"mBamK7fc ar WkjSmnWimarmmm$va BmammVBjSr' rmamSlmmr Sedalia Carpet Company. Headqnarters for Carpets, Fur Smyr nas andMoqnet Rugs. Chenille Portiers and Table Covers, lace Curtains, Win do w Shades, Plain and Fancy Silks and Plushes? Cords, Ornaments, Headrests, Silk Throws. &c. Corner Third and Lamiiie. D. A, CLARKE, Manager $6.00 A Beautiful Christmas Present $6.00, We have received one hundred elegant picture frames of the latest pattern for which the price with one of our best life-sized crayons ready to hang will be only Six Dollar?. This is a bargain. Othera ask $25 for its equal. We will make only One Hundred of these elegant Crayons with frame. This is the biggest bargain ever offered in our line in Sedalia. Come quick. Edward Fritz & Co. 217 OHIO STREET THE POPE QUITE ILL. Suffering From Cerebral Anirmla Dae to Old Aze Ills Fears. Roue, Nov. 7. It is announced to-day that the pope is suffering from cerebral anasmia, due to old age. His condition causes grave apprehension. POPE LEO III. The pope recently remarked to Cardinal Langcuicux, archbishop of Rhciais, that ho thought the end of his lifo was near. THE M'CARTHYITES WIN. Flarln Elected to Farnell's Seat by a Plurality of 1,800. Cor.K, Nov. 9. Martin Flavin, the Mc Carthyite candidate for tho scat in parlia ment for Cork city left vacant by the death of Charles Stewart Parncil, has been elected by a plurality of 1,512 votes over tho Parnellite candidate, John E. Redmond. Tho result of tho count is as follows: Flavin, Mc Carthy ite, 3,019; Redmond, Parnellite, 2, 137; Sarsficld, Unionist, 1,161. At the last election for Cork city, Mr. Parncil was elected with Maurice Hcaly, who also represents Cork city, without opposition. The McCarthyites before elec tion counted on a plurality of not more than 900. Thero was no serious disturbance during the balloting. A REVIVAL OF FEXIAXISM. Thst Is What Great Britain's FoMce are Said to Be la Fear or. Dchlis,Nov.7. The police have received Information of a orobablo influx into Great Why Dr. Price's Baking Powder fe Superior to all others. No great efforts arc made by other manufacturers to procure and use pure materials. It is true that one other company has the facilitieftv but its greed and cupidity induced it in an evil hour to ase ammonia, in order to swell its profits. Hence the Price Baking Powder Company stands alone in its fight for a pure baking powder. No other article of human food receives greater o in its production, or has attained higher perfectio Price's Cream is surely a perfect baking powder, every taint of impurity. No other artici kitchen has so many steadfast fxwfids, am,onfc Wives of America. -)o(- Britafn or members or the Irish party la America. It is said that American detec tives in the employ of the British police authorities are stationed at Queenstown and elsewhere with instructions to care' fully watch every incoming At lantic steamship from American ports. The police force has been increased at every port in Ireland and prominent Parncllites are being steadily shadowedV In a word, a revival of Fenian operations, is suspected. v AasoelaUoB Reserve Liar. LotnaviLLE, Ky., Nov. 7. Thefollowing is tho Association reserve list for 1802 : Columbus John O'Connor, John Dorley Mark Baldwin, Chas. Reilly, John Crooks, Larry Twitchell, Thomas Dowse, James Donahue. John Easton. John Leiper, Frank Rnauss, Phil Knell, Ralph Johnson, Johc Ddlan. Milwaukee John Given, H. Vaughn, Frank Dwyer. Geo. W. Davies, Frank R. Killcn, Wm. Mains, W. Hughey, John Carney, James J. Can a van, George Q. Shoch, W. N. Dahlen, Abner Dalrymple. Ed. Burke, Rob Pettit and Thos. Letcher. Washington T. C Griffin, J. Foreman, T. J. Dowd, James McGuire, L. P. Mur phy, P. J. Donovan. Baltimore Wm. Shindlc, John McMa- hon, Wm. Robinson, John Hcaly, Curtis. Welsh, Geo. G. Van Haltren, John Mo Graw, Geo. Townscnd, M. J. Griflln, M Madden, Peter Gilbert, Perry Werdeit Athletics John Milligan. Geo. Wood. H. Larkin, Thos. Corcoran. Harry Stover. Lave Cross, Joe Mulvey, A. Weyhing, W. W. Hallman, Louis Bicrbauer. . Louisville CahilL Weaver. Taylor; Fitzgerald. Meekin, Shinnick, Kuchne,. Jennings. John Ewing, R. L. Browning, William Wolf, John Cline, Stratton. Boston Morgan Murphy. Charley A. Farrcll, R. Cotter. Dan Brouthers, John Strieker, Paul Radford, Wm. Joyce, C. C. Bufflnton, A. Hardie Richardson, Thomas F. Brown, Hugh Duffy, John F. O'Brien. G. S. Haddock. St Louis Thomas McCarthy. Charles Comlskey, John Stivetts, John Boyle, WuV Ham B. Fuller. J. E. O'Neill. W. McGUL Minister Porter Co ml ax Home. Y Rome, Nov. 7. A. G. Porter. Unltect States minister to Italy, has received per mission from his government to make s brief visit to the United States. Mr. Por ter starts shortly forhis home in Indian- apolls. Several Chinese have been beheaded a& Wuohang, by order of the viceroy, for posting placards inciting to violence.