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DAL1A WEEKLY BAZOO. SEDALIA, MO, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1891. I A sad scene with which to tcnuiuatc a brilliant evening. They hare re turned" from a reception. She hail felt restless and nervous during the day, and is suddenly taken with that "faint feeling" o prevalent with our women. The cause of this feeling is some derangement, weakness or ' regularity incident to her sex, and can readily Ik; removed by prompt aiiil proper treat ment. The YcgetalU Com pound acts like magic in such cases. It not only gives prompt relief, but effects a permanent cure. A BEAUTIFUL WRECK. LYDIA t PINIUIAira XUUgJU I, the only FoKitive Corf ana m.esnini;t- "" ".' lor me wcimar wiakuwH-sjw . ::7: .f L.ini!i I OfTlTiIrll TIT I ILZ1I IK OJIU. itonn " ' --"1 " I he Ciimnonnn BiU no n .. . . . ., i t;ii. All Dnir"its sell it as a .tundard article, or seni uy Lozenges, on receipt of LYD1A E. PINKHAM MED. CO.. LYNN. MASS, . iii.w.rf tvl. ,ni;tll " Guide to Health and Etiquette," by lia E PlnUam.h of great value to Udies. We will present a copy to anyone addressing us with two 2-cent stamps. The Kid Stolen In Kansas City Costs Its Father $5,000 as a Ransom. Thursday, Nov. 19ih, I will have displayed at niyjiew Etore iu the Y. M. C. A. block, my goods for holiday and Christmas. My new quarters being one of the largest rooms in Sedalia. I have ad-led several new lines, which I believe will please. My regular line, such as books, art and gift, etchings, pictures, framed and unframed, leather goods, fancy goods, etc., etc., I believe you will say are complete. I also be lieve you will say I hive the Lest line ever in Sedalia. Come and see us Thursday. Very respectfully, E.E, ivi rClellar 514 OMo St. Y.M.C.A.BIock. SEDALIA, MO. HEALS BABY BACK. STOLE THE MOM. A LADY CONFESSES TO TAKING COLLEGE FUNDS. SAID TO BE A EEPTOMAHIAC. Mm. E. S. West, Trlncliial of Rutgers Female Collcgo In New Vork City Wantonly Appropriates More Than 83,000 of the School' Tun di to Her Own I'orposw Sus pected For Some Tline. The Ransom Paid and "No Ques tions Asked" Arrest of the Hired Girl and Her Accomplice. Kansas City, a Town of Startling EveuJs Conies With an Ab duction Which Heats Charlie Boss. Kansas City, Mo., Novemhar 28. B-iby Beal is home asrnin. The atuuetor, Xiizzie "om'in, anu Albert King, her a'legel confederate, are'uuder armt. The mau 'mt took the babv home baa S5.000 in hi inside pocket. ... . .. . Tlie following auveriisemeni in me eveniug papers was what returned the child : $5,000 hansom. To whom it may concern: Keturn my child, receive Five Thousand Dollars and no ijues -ods asKed. D.I. IiEAIA. In nuking public the above, M. Beds rcfiuesteU that it be particularly understood that the offer was made in good faith and not for the purpose of apprehending the at) luctor. j.ue re suit was the visit of the maskc stranger at the Beals mansion at 7:30 p. m. and the subsequent delivery of the child to its parents. The cleverly planned plot of the abductors of little 2-year-oltl DaM T. Beals. ir.. was Lizzie "Smith' who stole little "junior" from hi home, was brought to a successfu termination last night when S3 000 u cri?p bank notes w.-s placed in the hands of an unknown man and the child was clasped once more to its mother's breast. lne police clore.1 by tue arrest on clues furnished by The Star of the abductor and a man supposed to be her confederate at a late hour last night. Millionaire Beals kept his word When the child wr? are over the threshold he placed the money in the consniratoi's bund and saw him safe from his grounds. Iherc his respoa- day business, instead of bargaiirng with a lather to jell mm tits own son. He s.ud that he was a private detective," that he had trailed the abductors and could nego tiate with them for the return or pur chase of the fair haired boy. The man asked if Mr. Beals would rigidly adhere to promises made iu the news papers and was told that he would. "I must not be asked to expose these jeople, nor must I be questioned at all,'' said the detective. "I prom- Sedalia Carpet Company. Calls special attention to their Lace Curtains of all kinds. Irish Point, Swiss Tambours and .Muslin, Brussels Points, Nottingham, Etc. Lar-je line of Chenille Curtails and Table Covers. "We maintain our position as the larjrcst T?uo-s in the citv. Just received a lanre line "We have au elegant line of Cloaks and prices are all reduced. Drcs Goods A few of the leading shades in Bedford cords and storm serges left. Also a full line of broadcloth and many other nice dress goods. Prices risrht. and Underwear Cheap. For La dies. Men Children. Guenther's, Dry Gocis and Notions. 5-10d&wlv 310 Ohio street. FRANK KRUGER'S TWO Liquor Stores, SEDALIA, MO. Liquors, Wines, Mineral Water, Cigars, Beer, Porter Retail 115 West Main St Wholesale 113 Oaage St. Telephone 130 4-23d&tf MEN READ THIS! I SEXO NERVE tho croet married the pensioner. I Tnrtlsti Kensorfy, cures N ervoua ! Before and After Taking. New YonK, Xov. 2S. Mrs. E. S. West, tvho for six years was tho lady principal or Hutpors Fcinalo college at 50 West Pilty-Cfth street, and who for a much longer period has been regarded as tho personification of goodness stands con victed by her own confession of con verting tho funds of tho collego to her own use There is proof that by most original and unique methods she has taken moro than J3.0J0 which should havo gone into too treasury of the institution. But tho aggregate loss though her is known to be much greater, nltohough tho oxact tmount cannot bo stated. Certain it is, however, that the drain upon it resources was so heavy that the life of tho college was actually menaced at ono time. The discovery was made in August that Mrs. West has approprintcd S"J00 from tho primary department. When confronted with the evidence she denied having taken the money anil offered to resign; hut at the same time she made so plausible an explanation that a majority of the trustees were inclined to regard her action as an error rattier than a fault, and she was allowed to retain her position. After this discovery there were more developments. They trod upon each other's heels, and llnally, October ST last, the lady principal was summoned before a meeting of the" trustees and summarily dismissed. "I am now waiting." Mrs. West says, "the leading of Providence re garding my future movements." Dr. Gorcc W. Sampson, tho president of the college, yesterday said tnat be was inclinod to regard Mrs. West as a sort of kleptomaniac. focm) Gffi.TV or pi:nji;nr. Mrs- Charlnttv Stiller, or Kntisa, Con vlctcd of a l'cmlon FrauiL TornKA, Kan., Nov. S Mrs. Charlotte Miller vas found guilty of perjury in the United States district court yestc day afternoon. She is a middle aged Gcrmon woman who secured a pen sion of il.VOO by provlnc that her husband, Samuel Miller, bad served in tho army and died of lung trouble. After the pension had been paid the gov ernment officials discovered that the Sam uel Miller who had served ia the Second Kansas cavalry, according to Mrs. Miller's I affidavit, was not the same Miller who bad Delillltj, WttiefulniMiS. Vital Ex haustion, Liwat, Wusnefc LiKt ! Manhnol, Hrll DrwiasQalckiifss I end all trastingdUeasescac&il bj errors 01 loaui ana lixenscs, I vhlril Ittad tl mnraTTrntftm. In. I sanity ami tufclJe. Put Dp In condeascu lonu u carry in too pocket. Vrlco tL per box or a complrtn triSnent of Eli boxes irllhaWrlttra Gnarutfe far tS. ISoatpont-p&Mlnplalnpacbuito j any address. Circulars freo In J Iplalnenvelnpo- All I-'tSor? lirlvkw and confidential. Msea wrlUog mention this paper. i INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL ASS'N. SoIoAgcrU, 1 269 Dearborn St, CHICAGO, ILL. FOH SALE IN SEDALIA. MO.. BT Decamps With 818 000. os, Nov., 25. S. Glcnsor, of New xork, secretary or the Peoplo s United legion, organized under New Hampshire laws, with head offices is Boston, has dis appeared with l?,0ft) of the funds of the order. sibility tm'cd. Police Captain William Burns, act ing upon the facts published yesterday went to 1 -.61 l ark avenue with squad ot patrolmen and there cap tured tne girl called .Lizzie biuith The arrest was made almost at the instint that a disguised man wa receiving the roll of bill from Biiikc Beal a hand. At 3 o'clock this morning Patrol men Willis and Kent.ally apprehend ed the man known as "King" a3 he was entering the door of his house lroni which he was probably absent on the errand w'tli the child. Late yesterday afternoon a lwy brought a note to Mr. Beal s home, at the corner of Independence and Wa bash avenues. It was opened by Mr, lseals, who read therein what purport ed to come from a "private detective, who said that he hid located the child and if the ransom, as ofk-red &g. T. yieL-cUnuiiu, Cur. Ilk and Ohio SU. HORSES KILLED. The Lexington branch train last night was half an hour late, and one cause of the de'ay was the running into a herd of horses oa the Gentry f arm. So far as can be learned three .valuable horses were either killed or rendered useless, IncenUlarle of Wichita. i Wichita, ivan., rvov. aa. anree incen diary fires in as many barns kept the de partment busy between midnight and day break this morning. The Area verc in dif ferent quarters of tho city. In the first three horse3 were lost and another horse was destroyed in the second fire. Tho lots will aggregate about ?J,00.. Tlrxlcn Hescuta Publications. Cur op Mexico, Nov. 25. In certain quarters here the feeling 13 expressed that Mexico snouia resont wnat nro considered attacks on this !?lS?..?in"iS.t!Ll?,thi .VfiiS? suts talked in an casv over Mr. Beals signature, was forth coming and the promise to "ask no questions," as there published, was lived up to he would negotiate for its return. He said that he would meet Mr. Beals and one friend at the post office sometime in the afternoon. Mr. Beals was at the Union Na tional bank and was there notified by telephone of the strange message, end the paper was itself dispatched to him. Though the matter was locked upon as one of several cruel j kes which were inflicted upon the suffering household, nevertheless Mr. Beals went to the government building, accompanied by Henry J. Boicncn lis, a ucsr neighbor, and an asiociai.. ; i bank. Mr. Beals hung his overcoat in Postmaster IS'ofsinger'd rcom and then for two hours paced the corridor. His coat collar was turned up, his derbv hat pulled low over his eyes and his hands were thrust deeply into his pockets. As he slowly paced the floor he was a pitiable sight. He was a broken man, utterly dejected. Until after dark the two men rcmaiued in the hallway. About 0 o'clock Mr. Beals went to his home. He was accompanied b) lieorge it. I'ord and other lneniw Mr. Bosencrans and a reporter went to the east bottoms to investigate certain information received and they did not return until after 7 o'clock. " The second part in the unfolding of the plot to get the liberal ransom and return the kidnapped child, begau about 7:30 o'clock. The door bell to Beals mansion rang sharply. A man dressed in rather shabby clothes in quired lor JMr. Beals. 1 ! 1 "til se you tnat your cnuu win iw brought to vou before 2 o clock in the coming morning." The man said that he was at tne poHtoflice yesterday afternoon and saw Mr. Beals, but dared not speak to him When Mr. Beals and Mr. losencraus mounted the steps to the nostofhee it chanced that two uni formed natrol men went boforo them while a third was on the sidewalk. It is probable that the man standin near the door saw them and mistrust ed their good faith. When the "detsc'.ivs" had conclu ded his bargain he bowed politely and was shown the door. Mr. Beals professes to be able to give but a poor description of the man but says that he wore a brown wig, drawn so as to give him but a narrow forehead Mr. Fonl was told of the visit, but the other guests of the hou-e knew notbimr of it. The man was at the house oulv five miuutes. Mrs. Beak-a and other women friends and neighbors, waited in the narlor while the weary hours passed The men gathered iu the smoking mom. Within but a minutes of 10 o'clock steps souuded on the stones, . ... . then the door bell rang sharply Somebjdv turned the key and the nwssive cak swung open. There on the threshold stoc t little "Junior" Beals, his head uncovered and his eyes blinking sleepily over the . i r l.:.. ...!.: i.i..ni. wrapped around him, Behind him Etod the "detective." With the simple remark: "Please cal Mr. Beals," he backed from the steps slowlv down to the terraced lawn The child was soon in his mother's arms, one Heard tne oeu anu was close to the door when it swung on its hinges, revealing the muiiled little figure blinking under the gas light, He was nuickly taken in, almost smothered with kisses and hurried a blazing grate. Mr. Beals called Mr. iord am bareheaded and with trembling hands went to the lawn. Xhe man extended his hand, took the bills and without counting them thrust the roll into the pocket of his great coat. Mr. Bea and companion turned and without another glance at the man hurrieil to the side of the iccovered child. The police were notified by tele phono aud hfdly had the speaker ceased when the answer came that the woman Lizzie "Smith" wps in a cell There was mirth where all had 1 mourning. The over-joyed mother could hardly spare the boy fr m her arms long enough for his father to caress him. Amid congratulations th friends took their departure and tlr tale of the kidnapping, as fr as the Beals hou-chold was concerned ended handlers of of Fur Rugs. China Goat Skin, White, Black, Gray and Combination, which, in quality of material, coloring and artistic combina tion,' cannot be surpassed. The largest and cheapest line of CarueU ever shown. Linoleums, the best in the world. Oil Cloths one to three yards wide. Chinese and Japanese Mattings. Come in and price our goods- SEDALIA CARPET CO. DEFENDED HIS LIFE. SALT LAKE POLICE TROUBLES END WITH A TRAGEDY. THE SHOTS FIRED IN THE STREET. TT m ks on this renublic rmbllsheJ in cer- qr w oir. ajeaia. xie was sealed American newspapers, and also ro- and Mr. Beals was called. The man Lizzie Smith who was a domestic in the family admits stealing the child but claims she wa3 compelled to do it "I took the child ; I did not stea it, she said to the othcers. 1 was forced t do what I did. Six masked men came into the basement of Mr. Beal's house, pointed revolvcis at m and told me to take the ctuid and follow them. They swore they wou kill me if I did not. I hail to do what thoy told me.' At first the woman said that six mnskeil men came after the child. She afterwards changed it to two. Repealed cross questioning last night ani to-day failed to get any other titory from her. She said the men wore black masks, but she coul l not remember what kiud of clothes they had on. She says the men blindfolded her, placed her in a carriage and took her to a house where she remnincd until last night. Last night they took her some dis tance from the house where she had been imprisoned and taking the band age from her eyes set her free. She made her way with some dilliculty to the Park avenue house and got there .1 shortly before the officers came. Her captors, she says, told her they were going to take the child back to itd pa rents and receive a ransom. This was the woman's story and she stuck to it through thick aud thin, improbable as it may seem. The woman was taken to Station No 5 and later to the central station, where she was locked up to await ex amination. Albeu King was arrested this morn ing, charged with the abduction, and pf revolutionary news Trota Mexico, Jhc manner, much a3 if was transacting an aflair of every- day. both him and Lizzie Smith arc in jail : trnitmrr atrnlilllintmii nAvl Wnnflr. Ceorce Albright, Who Had TcslWea Before an Investigation Acalntt Capt. Tarker, U llrougUt to Ac count by tho Latter Who At tempts to Shoot Albright Bat U Killed IUruielf. '.'.;r.cs!s an adjournment was taxen until -I-iy. Ewry -.itncss thus far has testi iiTl strongly in Albright's favor, and tl.cro i-. :ui doubt of the final outcome. The ileail captain was a -native of New Yori;, aifwil 51 ycars.and leaves a wife. SPORT IN SAN FRANCISCO. tltie ,rto:i Ilimuf Hub l'l tzjluimonj S'riiii!n Soldier. San Fkincim'.), Nov. ii-?. Joe Acton, "the little ileinon," defeated Bob Fitzsim tnons, the cbampion iniddleweipht pugilist, m a cateh-as-cateh-can wrestling match at the Occidental club last night for a 51.0X) purse, l-'ilzsimmons won tho first fall and Acton the other two. Sergeant Owen Davis of the sword con test fame, was brought to a standstill by Jack Wilson, a soldier stationed at the United States military reservation of I'residio. Davis pave up at the close of the sixteenth rouud after taking much punishment. I'atsy Cardiff, who is matched to fight Joe McAulIffe at the California club next month, has arrived here. He expressed himself as being in much better condition than when he fought Jackson hero two Sit.t T.cr Utah. Nov. 2S. For tho past six months there has been a muddle , years aco. In the police department on account ot i Charges preferred to tho city council JXuntcr at a AVeddlns Fcau aainst Witllam P. Parker, Captain, and Savannah, Ga., Nov. IS. A bloody f" B. Glenn, sergeant. In the investiga- tragedy occurred at the Deptfort planta tion which followed, the committee dis- lion oT Captain D. G. Purse, ia which one agreed, and the fight was carried into the man lost his life. A large party had as council. Yielding to pressure Glenn sombled at a house where a wedding was resigned, but Porker held on until an order to come off. Tho marriage feast was to deoosc him bv abolishing his ofUce wa3 broken up by a row In which it went into effect vcstcrday. blood was sued. The row com- ho has been drinking menctd over the admission of heavily, and tho fact that he was to be ro- ! certain parties to the house. The trouble tired preyed upon his mind. -Among became general and two young men, Henry those who testified against rarner at .wnesanti Adam xscrnen oecame tum the investigation was Officer George in a fight. Alhrirht- a former resident of Ohio. . i f pdlr made threats and laving him out. that ho would hold him and home and died at rc o-cioch, ncur rtrgiuu othcrs personally responsible, and ing consciousness. J"ilcs is only 22 years undertook to keep hi3 compact yesterday old, aud Berrien was but 13. morninsr. Thev met In front of the city i halT and Parker, without cause, repri-j THE SITUATION IN BRAZIU manded Albright, and the latter, denying ( No Dfubt That tIle BeTOlut,oa u at the charge, started to walk away Parker . Eliarrof cction lor ronl9eju grasped him by the collar, aud, placing his j pLtolapamst (he officer's stomach, pulled Kio nn Januo. Oct. Ss.-Cencral Flor the trigger. It struck a defective cart- VcisoUo. llP n?w P'cs5d1 ot ,t0 ridec. Breaking awav. Albright implored Brazilian republic has issued another . . 7 Zt .aa i Tr manifesto in which ho appeals to the pec- he received a terrible blow on the p'?.f " Grande do Suite cease all revo- her.,1. which dazed him for a moment. "r proceedings Parker then stenpod backward and com- . i ...ill .,.. t.1.....t n f til cm Tim Xr fuie.l to roTve; but Albright, ' coun ry.as it avos the shedding of blood, who by this time had his own gun President Peixotto also promises to reduce :n hand, commenced finmr. Three ! imtwnal expenses and to re-establish shot? worn l?red in all, Uvo of which took " (xlit of Brazil ...v.,.., omttrmc th honn of rho richt I A conference of tho army and navy offl- Xiles struck Berrien a crush- Ohio. ! ing blow over the head, breaking his skull iiemcn was carriea He assures thorn ! and all the Brazilians that the resignation. ! of Fonseca will result in benefit to tho jorcrm, and the other entering the rlut ""- .-i wut. s:de on Uie line of liie navel and posing ' T thc PKr,f erX.at,on,f order laroughout rhroa:', the intestines rive times. At tho republic. The military tribunal issued third shot Parker cxclaime.1: "You've got a proclamation m which it guaranteed to . .i v i.i.... ....... cm i hn i M 'raict. . uicui r rasi. o'hU .artridies, six in number, fall- The newspaper ofiices that supported ing to tho grcaad. Keeling, he staggered Fonseca have been sacked by aa enraged -.i a tree and in a moment fell prostrate to Eo?- ....wml. He was carried to the sta- There are sevctty cases of yellow fever vm. when? he dleil without uttering a here daily. ,.,., wr.1. ia aUiut tn minutes. As soon as Dr. As?iz BraziL president of the pro- . fell Albright gave himself vlnclal Junta of Klo Grande do SuL has z, iuij his wound attended to. beca aPImtcd governor of that state, s -..-pVtelv prostrated, for al- His appointment is most popular. hot - wa-s'a cae of life or It can safely be said that the rovolutiOB loath. h-etl nverv precaution he could in Brazil is at an end. .rue- ,a ctrcunytances to uvoid blood- President Peixotto announces the suc- .:: .:. A coror.er's Inquest was held this ccssful completion of a reciprocity treaty r v.. t.tit in tho nlnencc of important with the Argentine Kepublic. 4 The Secret of Fine Pastry. I Is Wholly ia using Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. The only pure Cream Tarter Powder sold on the market. 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