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SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO.
SEDALiIA, MO, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1891. NUMBER 30. VOLUME 22. 1 fi - "WHO ARE YOU WRITING TO, DEAR?" " t am answering -Mrs. I'inkliam's letter, that reached us at Cairo. She has told me just what to do, ami I am fcelliin much bettor; bohles, i-Iie has given me a INt of places where her preparation are sold. I found them here in Alexandria, and have laid in a stock. My mind is easy now, so any time you wish to start, I'm ready!" American ladies travcilinz abroad And the Compound invaluable. It sustains the energies in the inot trying climate, and is a 1'ititliful Iriciul whenever needed." Mrs. l'iuk'-in's foreign correspondence is very large, and increases rapidly. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S vecAVf Is Hi.' .mly Iitip Cure unci "Lt-sitlniaff Itcni-lT QOMrDUWt fur tli- i-vculiar w:tkr;f-s :.ul ailnw-nta of t oiikii. ... 7 It rnrt-3 the wur-t form- of Female Compl-iinf, that Ik-ann; down rei-Iipp, Weak Hack, I-allliiK and lii-iilareiin-ut of tlie, W.im!., Intljtnmatkm, Ovarian TronlIf.an.l all Organic Iiiit-aM-i nf the I'tcru or Womu, ami U invahiaMe ti the Chan-re of UTe. il-Folvi-i ami exx U Tutnor- from tin- L'teru at an rarlr t.ij and check any timUncv to fanceroin Humor. .uMue Faititiie-., KxcitaMlitv. Ninon- l'ro-tnitiidi. l.vliaii-tioii, and Mrenstln in ami turn- tin- stoinacli. Curt" Ileailaelie.Oeneral iN liiIity, Iiilicetwn, etc, an-l in Iporat'- tire hole -ytcra. For tin? euro of Kidney CuiniUiut4 of either m-x. t In- compound Han nu ntu All DruL-irijti m!1 it a, a tan-lard article, or tent l.y mail. In form of Pill or l-ozense-, 011 n-cc-ii-t of I.M. LYDIA An Illustrated book, entitled " Guide to Health and Etiquette," by Lydia E. Pinkhara, Is cf great 1 value to ladies. We will present a enpy to anyone addressing us with No 2-ce.nt stamps. "DON'T' Let another day go by, but go at once to E. E. McCLELLAN'S And get you choice of those ele gaut ' Christmas Presents ! Before they are goue. lie has regular city store and stock. 514 Ohio St. Y.M.C..A .Block. SEDALIA, MO. 'When in St. Louis, visit tie grandest Jewelry Establishment in the world, Alermoa iir yaccaras, uroaa zvajr and Locust, tie lozvest priced house. in America jor jtne gooas. A WONDERFUL OFFER FOR $35. "We will send vou ore oald by Express or Mail this Ladies Warranted SOLID 14 KT. COLD WA""CH Englno turned, engraved case, with our Ladles Constant movement, 13 line jcwc'R, Uralslitllnelcvercscapernent.clironomeli-T hal.mco and stink second dial, with tlenuud Jaccard & Co. marked on It. Special price, S33. Safe delivery guaranteed. It watch ts not satisfactory, return It st once by cxprens at our expense and money IB will bo refunded. p.- Should you want nnvtliing ls in nnr lino, eud .1 cciltH for cntalocuo of !,OO0 engravings, using tno foliowlug blauk: MERM0D & JACCARD JEWELKYC0.. St. Louis, it o. PIcaso send your catalogue to: Mermod & Jaccard Jewelry Co. Broadway and Locust St. ST. LOUIS, MO. We claim to be the largest Christmas goods boase in Seda lia. Dexter's book store. See the $10 family bibles at Dexter book store for 95. 9 E. PINKHAM MED. CO.. LYNN. MASS. All kinds of See our 1.00 Day Books 600 PAGES CANVAS BOUND Sec our letter presies AT.WAVS 1 IV 3TnPTT Typo Writer Supplies 1 y"v r i ana ui iee uood? Belter's bi 1 II ty UU l STORE, SEDALIA, - MO. ONE SET Silver ANY LADY WHO WILL Spoons S:r!X lu r frIruiIl!lrM-cl-ii Free. lrt".ent of frl ot im extra SIHi-r Platrd Sr"!, warnilltiil to rr. NO MO.NKV AildmiA. 1. "I. ASSOCIATION, 2C1I n,-:irlMirii St., CHICAGO, ILL. Dexter's bcokJ store imd new forty foot addition is jam med with goods. Stomach a Den of Lizards. Hanover, Pa.. Dee. CC Daniel Mum- , tnoM, a farmer, living near East Berlin, this state, had been suffering for some time past from what was supposed to bo pulmonary consumption. A wick or so Igo he was seized with a violent spell of vomiting and expelled six small lizards .from his stomach. His condition became J ivorse, and on Saturday last he died. It Was found that his stomach was literally j ".live with the reptiles. Mr. Mummcrt, , Was a supervisor in Paradise Township, aud in the course of his work evidently J irank from springs in the roads, and it is ( thought that in this way he got the lizards, IVUilU .UUU, IU U.St MUUIiiCU. A. J. HOWE DEAD. One of the founders of ths Atchison Globv" Dies In cw Mcx'co. Atchison, Kan., Dec. 20. A. J. Howe, ...it. . T - ... i : . . . i iviuiuvi ui e it. iiu.vi-, eunor ui inu ! Atchison .Globe, died ro-dav of consump tion in Eddy, X. M.. aged '-. He, with .lis brother, established the Globe in n 1ST7, and far many rears, until , tils health failed, was connected with it, I He went to Xew Mexico three years ago, frhero he hoped to regain his hoalth. Last ummer ho revisited Atchison, but soon (hastened back to Xew Mexico, where he I was sieved with tho old trouble. His I body will bo brought to Atchison for , Helen Could Enter. Society. v- i- n, .. XEwonif,Dec.2o.-JayOould'sdaugh. er Helen veil make her entree into Xew ork society by way of a recepUon at ner atber's home, 579 Fifth avenue, this af- fcrnoon and evenin-:. The young lady is iAUL Slender and in mannpr rAnrt-nl QrtA ' She ' Iresses quietly and is charitable. AVanamaker's Secretary Carried. Sax Francisco, Dec 26. Marshal Cush ng. Postmaster General Wanamaker's frivate secretary, was married here yes- !ri)av tn M Ttnll Tn.t n.in.. . j - - it. -i lug, , ! CHILI WILL SETTLE.! THE STATEMENT IS MADE ON OFFICIAL AUTHORITY. SECY TRACY DENIES WAR RUMORS. So Unite:! States Veil Cutler Order fur t'li'llan Wat en No Warlike tept Ileitis Taken l.y the Govern ment and 'ono Likely to L -- -r- a Declaration of the As- Istant Secretary Washington. Dee. 23. Tho statements telegraphed from Washington of late in regard to the alleged mobilization of a tlMi nf merchant vessels to act as trans- J ports have only caused amusement in tho (higher circle! of tho navy department, , 1 hut in view of certain dispatches from California which seem to substantiate ' M.,n.tc o.'ritirr Trrn-v has deemed I b IQ36 ILJIUIW,UW.IH-1J J . 1 it advisaole to mako anauthorittivo denial. Tnls doclaration was made last nisht by Assisthnt Secretary Soley. Equally baso less is the statement that the United States government is arrani-lii'; to charter merchant vessels for transports and other purposes. I There is not a single vessel of the Uni ted States under orders for Chilian wat ers. This declaration was made last night by Assistant Secretary Soley. who said: I "The secretary has real theso reports I and has not regarded tlietn as worth de BLANK BOOK?. !-riug tU the PuMIUm of a tele- gram irom oau that Aumiral uroivn nau cuurici-.-u a large ocean-soimr tug capable 01 can mg several gyni" "ahtTof bilns uZZ1 ( tno irauipur'&iTc:' Of sunplics, etc, tuir capable of carry- in in onse of war with Chili. There is abso lutely no word of truth in this report, j The department has not authorized Ad t miral Drown or any ono else to charter such a tu-,', nor any tuy, for such a pur- . Brown h'as done nothinir of the sort, and the storv is imro invention "Equally baseless is the statement that i the Lmtcd Suites 3vernmcnt is ar--" ing to ch!-..0c SSfchant C5-',i fl. lr... I pSHl and other pur? .s x0 vessels havo . -' h3d declared that ho wanted the ap I been chartcftd and no lists of vessels havo polntmcnt as senator tendered to him, in n A s l . i. order that he mmht refuse. The state- 1 nci'i; iireiureu jor use in un sum tuiuici- 1 tlon. I mako this statement without reservation and trust that It will uot bo - misunderstood A.T a. n.1.1 m Ita.M..!'..!. tun .. Im. portant declaration. There is not a slnplo vessel of the United SU103 now under orders for Chilian waters. There are two ships at present in Valparaiso I.. lMnmlm h,irhnr tho Yorktown and tho Boston. The latter arrived thcro yesterday and has been promptly ordered to San Francisco. Innv.ord you may say authoritatively thitnot a single step of any descrip tion is being taken by the United States looking toward a contlict with the Chilian government. Xo warlike demonstration is being prepared and there is no present Intention on the part of this government to make any such demonstration. In I view of tho false reports which havo t-ninn.1 nirronrr nf lntn th .Unflrtir.rnt. "n,Wc that this statement should be , mads. ' Looks Llko h Settlement. Waiiimiton. Dec. 26. Thcro is tho '".nuVnVlneS.h'ehest authority for the statement that m-igiiUiriMKHi. write 1.-1 tho department of state has received diyirjuuMuttievjwjBv'f-nm 0mcja sources, thouch informal! assurances that the Chilian government will make proper reparation for the as sault upon the sailors of tho Baltimore in Yalf-araiso. This knowl- . e Jge has been communicated to tho navy dc- ' partment and as a result Secretary Tracy I and Assistant Secretary Soley spent tl.o day at tho department, notwithstanding it ! was Christmas, in preparing fresh orders , to the United States war vessels in Val paraiso harbor or American ports. fjQ I Lord CHANCE IN LEADERSHIP. Martlngton Will Continue to Out- illue the l'ollcjr of the I)!lilcnH. LoNnoN. Dec. Ct. The position of Lord Hartington as tho leader of the dissidents will remain unaltered on his going into the house of lords. It has been determined that Lord Hartington should retain tho nominal and actual leadership, Mr. Cham berlain taking the lead in the house of com mons. j Lord Hartington, on assuming the duko . dom, obtains the garter which Mr. Glad- i . . , - . , , , , stone obtained for the deceased duke and J which is thus inherited in succession. Such an honor is most unusual, but Lord Kalis- , bury, owing tho existence of his ministry , to Lord Hartington, and being unable oth- crwisc to repay his services, is desirous that the new duke shall accept the garter, ' Attempted to Break Jail. Dec 25. The prisoners ! Out an, Kan. in tho county jail in this city made an at- . tempt last night to kill Sheriff Efedalo and escape, but were prevented by tbo timely appearance of Mrs. Easdale, who locked the outside doors, and tho pluck of tho sheriff, who was on tho Inside locked ftvu i tin nnil Hi-htintr rnr lir. mlh Ki-r ,of the m-isoners. Tho ficht lasted till as- . I tistanco reached him, and the result was ' l0 SaShCS !B hU ?Cad' l J,U1 l0,W , the mhteyo and another on tho left check. 'rho wounds were soon dressed bv Dr. , Mooro and the sheriff ts resting easy this 'njomioe. There are tivelve prisoners ia th-n hri uh r,inn, m I.. .... - .. 1 Khom are hard criminals. Tho lights were .. .. ... ... . . au extinguished and tho sheriff was unable I to see who his assailants went Pitubui-Kh's tlerrj" Xaiaa. Pittsbcro, Pa., Dec 26. Pittsburg's Christmas criminal rocord was broken yes terday. Blood flowed freely as the result if drunken carousals and at least four KM- Si - " (luis it cosiifflM CABPET Blankets Reduced ! large Lineof Dress Goods Cheap! tanc Just received many new Goods for Xmns, lo be sold with a small profit. Big stock of Fur Capes and Muffs. GUEKTHER'S, 5-10d&wly 310 Oliio street. ' KANSAS REPUBLICANS AND THE SENATORS HI P. IE GOVERNOR'S DIFFICULT TASK. rhr Secretarj- or Slate lci IIU Views of tho Mluallon George It. Tcck Willi Irawantl Mitjor IIuItin Ilo coiuet n Canilldatc Claims of Those Ktlglblo Tor tho Sen- J atJriat AMIntincnt. Topeka. Kan.. Dec. a Governor Hun- j j.hrey sicnt ChriV.ms Oar aijdI$ nop a at Independence. Friends of the various candidates are busilv spread 'mg a rumar this morning that Gcorgo It , - . .mCD. co.mc! s, -!rfct t.ha.1 mmanlXy 'credited. It is claimed that Peck has dono .this in order to square himself with Pros- . ident Manvel of tho Santa Fe nnd to place MclMn position to enter the canvass . ,x.., iu . , . ... u I ' IIa!a n'RSins. socreUry of state who lluSJluma uvll UU icrau UI mi: linen political intimacy with Govornor Humphrey, expressed himself on tho senatorial situation Higgins, in com mon with a majority of the practical loliticiaus who believe in rewarding tho party workers, is for Ben Simpson. Ho bcllovcs if it had not been for Simpson Governor Willlts instead of Governor Humphrey would have named Plumb's successor. It Is rumored among ICa usans at Wash- ngton that the namo of ex-Congressman . UlSilOp 1 CrKlUS IS DClng ScriOUSly COU ,Mcrcd by Governor Humphrey for tho Washington, and all he knows Is that many of his friends in Kansas havo telo- graphed him their intention to present his name to tho governor. Ho Is a very energetic, liaru-worklnjf "man. with methods not unlike those of tho late senator in some respects. Eight years lu congress haveg'ven him a widcacquaint- anco with the way of doing government business. Nearly twenty-flvo year's rcsi Ccnce in Kansas has mado him familiar withthcalfairsandnccdsofhisstata Llko Senator Plumb. .Mr. Perkins was original- J 1 . Will Vt.tV. .It. .71.. t V. IVUI J Lit! J ... the war, rising from sergeant in tho I'lghty-third Illinois to a captaincy. In Kansas be tilted the oMces of county at torney, probate judge, and for almost ten yonrs sat as Judge cn the bench of the Eleventh Judicial district. Mr. Perkins was a strong member in the house. During ! lis last term he was chairman of the com nittcc on Indian affairs. j The intiniato friends of ex-Congressman j.dorrill say bo would accept tho senatorial pointment should Governor Humphrey fender it to him. They declare that Mr. Morrill's character, services and strength tsre known and recognized in the state. .Topeka now has a senator. Xearly every person named for the vacancy lives fouth of the Kuw river. Northern Kansas Las no senator and Mr. Morrill is there r-re favorably located. Tho man who f hall rcee.vo tho governor's appointment becomes tho candidato before tho pco? p'-c aud the legislature, and it is urged 'a behalf of Morrill that thcro is not a uore popular raai in the state. The post tow vacant requires an able business man, '4ue acquainted with legislation and with -U niea of Influence lu both parties. Mor- u " claimed, meets every requirement. While the enemies of Ingalls arc making f greal deal of coi-c here, they aro not taving it their own way by any means. There Is really a quiet undercurrent in bis favor. He has net been he.c to see tho - T . luicium. juu m iuwu uoiwnicuuuuu M his friends havo appeared in his behalf. .... V.nM Im .1.l.t V. T 7 1 .vecived a great many letters and tele .Tarns from Influential Republicans hroughout tho state urging him to ap point the os-senator to Plumb's place. At a con -encethit afternoon between Seorge IL l'eck and Major Hudson, Mr. feck positively announced hU withdrawal. "Lfaft,. ItiKlcnn . 1 tn . n IntAwmAn. 11.1, ty--or Hudson stated In an Intorvic-vhat tils paper would contain simply an dltorial announcement of his candidacy -htch might be postponed until Tuesday oorsing and that do attempt would bo nado to advance his interests through the Lanital. See the Japanese goods at 'Hexters book store. Has the handsomest designs in table covers, neatt rests, throws, lace matts, portiers rugs, hassocks, China silks fringes, ornaments, cords, fine pictures seen in the city. Come and Dexters book store has been crowded for a week past. Go there and get prices. BOB SIMS SURRENDERS. Ills Cant; Alio CHpturril Thsy Will I DoubtlcM Ite Ljnclu-il. ' Mobile, Dec. SO. A telegram via De Soto, Miss., received this morning gives news of tho surreuder of I5ob Sims yes , tcrday afternoon, to tho sheriff's posse, . tho sherill having obtained a cannon from liladcu Springs and trained it upon Sims' i 1 . uuuse. I After tho mardcr of Merchant McMil lan's family a posso started out after Sims anil his gang, and that evening surround- J cdthcra iu Sim's house. Forty shots wcro exchanged with no effect until the cannon K and then tho outlaw was hrouxu, . , sought a parley with th2 snci.-: effer- in tn n-" n tha sUcrin Tvculd guarantee him protection fru. members of the posse. Thcro was a loDg debate on this point, but finally it was agreed that the Simitcs should be care fully guarded to tho county jail. At 4:30 the Simitcs laid down their arms and Dob Sims, Thomas Savage and Young Savage, . , , Bob Sims' wife and three daughters came the house. The men were put in irons and tho , women under guard and all of them started to Butler, the county scat. There Is an impression that some outsiders who have made no promises to keep their hands off the outlaws will overpower tho posse en route and lynch tho prisoners. The road ts hilly and tho underbrush thick so that If a few determined men should decide to have the Sims they can do it. W An Old a u Hobbcd and Mugged. Huntington, Pa., Dec. 2C Wm. Drcn ncn, 74 years of age, an old citizen of Oneida Township, was attacked by three robbers in his house and almost beaten to death. The robbers found the old man lyingou acouchand threw an old coat over his head to stlflo bis cries. Drenncn, however, showed fight, and was struck a fearful blow on tho bead with a club, after which they tied bim, half dead and bleeding, to hls.cot and ransacked tho house. They only succeeded in finding $3 and fled. Drenncn was found by a neigh bor shortly after and will probably die. He lately sold his farm, and it is supposed the robbers thought he had the money in tho house, as ho had been living the life of a hermit. j llo Cnme for yiOUeT or Blood. Xew YoKKf Dcc. havo under arrest Marcus O. Janowitz, a crank from Kochcstcr, X. Y.. who came to the metropolis for money or blood. Letters addressed to Jay Gould, Washington E. Connor, Chauncey Depew, Kusscll Sage and De Witt Talmagc were taken from a walict he had. Two sets of clock work, two empty zinc boxes, an electrical bat; tery and five bottles of chemicals were found in a leather bag he carried. Jano witz had iu his nqtc-book these entries of indebtedness: Washington E. Connor, tC5,' 00; Jay Gould, SI, '20,000; Chauncey iL Depew, jlriJ.OJO; Cornelius. Vanderbilt. "00,000; Aaron Zabrisky, f,Mi,001, and Do Witt Talmagc, ?100,COO. One Pure Baking Powder. Like Telling a Secret. A story is told and it is a true story that over seventy per cent, of all the baking powders sold contain either alum or ammonia, and many of these powders contain both. The ill effects upon the system of food raised by alum or ammo nia powders are the more dangerous because of their insidious character. It would be less dangerous for the people were it fatal at once, for then such food would be avoided, but their baneful action because imperceptible at first and slow in its advances, is no less certain. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is declared by all authorities as free from alum, ammonia or any other adul terant. Its parity has never been questioned, and while it does finer and better work, it costs no more at retail than many of the adulterated powders, y 1. in frames ever see us DEFIANCE TO FRANCE. Pope Leo to Confer the Cro of Chr'lt Upon tlm Arelih'shoji of Alt. Home, Dec. 2d The DIario to-day says that it is the intention of the pope to con fer the grand order of the Cross of Christ upon tho Archbishop of Aix, as a token of tho sympathy of his holinei with the archbishop in the hit ter's recent trial, conviction and lino for wilting a letter classed as insulting to M. Fallicres. the French minister of pub lic worship. Should tho Diario's informa tion prove correct, it means that this la the pope's defiance to the French govern ment and that a serious outcome may bo anticipated in the near future. 'tC Tho pope early this oroI ce'ebratc4 mass and aft;;ftra -Ke:lca Kew Year. wishes from the oBlcers and men of the guardia mobile and the members of other papal bodies. Folsoued By miMakc. 'XANT, Ga., Dec. Cg. Josie Jones, c "' 'om the country, purchased a lot WOman - nmlortnnlr tn prnWon ,r fireworks, . -racker. She did not "'t" sma it expiouea turn it loose soon enough, -iults. Drs. in her hand, with serxus i Davis and Bacon had to amputu. member. She went to the doctor's to ha, . the wound redressed. As she seemed to bo suffering intensely, Dr. Davis told Charles Blalock, who happened tojto in the office at the time, to administer small drink of brandy. It seems that there was a glass on the tablo that con tained carbolic acid, about six drachms, and this is what Blalock gave the woman. Blalock says he thought the doctor poured out the whisky in the glass for tho pur pose of giving it to the woman, and that he never once thought of carbolic acid. The woman died within three minutes after the poison was taken, despite the efforts of the physician to save her. Th authorities have done nothing with Bla lock, as the poisoning was purely ac$i danl.l Miss Young will be glad to see all friends at Dexter's book store. Edward JI. Field He com Ins Worse. Xew Your, Dec. 20. Edward M. Field, who is locked. up In Ludlcw street Jail under heavy bail, still persists in refusing to eat. He has greatly alarmed his physi cians and Warden Fallon was instructed yesterday to give him whisky, of which Field drank two glasses. Field does not talk to anybody. This morning he drank a cup of warm milk. The morning papers wcro handed to him and he allowed them to drop to tho floor. Field is getting very nervous and apnea . to be dazed. Ittidyard Kipling to flarrr. London, Dec. 20. Kudyard Kipling, tho popular story writer, is engaged to b married to the sister of Wolc Bales tier, the j-oung American d" - who died at Dresden reccntlr- ..tier Is the novelist with whom' '..ing collabo rated in the writing of "Tho Xaulahka," a story now running in the Century. mm UUlllliUl uf Tliioi Lsiiime- SSSmm ' " v ! -.IU.