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VOLUME 22. SEDALIA, MO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1892. ISUMBER 32. Mr " A woman best under stands a woman's ills." " The normal life, well being, and happiness of mankind depend upon the physical health and perfection of woman." "AN INVALUABLE MEDICINE." Deae Madam: Ton speak of tising my recent letter as a testimonial you are perfectly welcome to loso would that I could influence Sil suffering women to give your compound a fair trial. I must say to you that it is an invaluable medicine, and, if used accord ing to directions, wilr prove a certain cure for the diseases it is recommended for. It has been very, very Injudicial to myself and daughter. Sincerely Yours, Mns. S. Blair, cor. Church and Park Sts., lioanoke City, Va. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S vegetable Is tlio only Positive Care anil Intimate Menn-Ur COMPOUND for tlio rwculiar weaknesses anl ailments of women. All Druggist? sell tns a randard article, or sent by mall, In form of Tills or Lozenges, on receipt of 1.4M. LYDIA E. PINKHAM MED. CO., LYNN, MASS. An Illustrated book, entitled " Guide to Health and Etiquette," by Lydii E. Pinkham, is of great value to ladies. We will present a copy to anyone addressing us with two 2 -cent stamps, TROOPS SOT SEEDED, s te companies Tat Wichita will not be called out. A PICKET ABOUT THE COURT HOUSE. Count" Six Men Now Under Ar. as well, and who neglected to inform authorities." Mr. Pitzer did not think It would bo . necessary to place tho district under mar tial law. He was equally opposed to dis organizing the counties and attaching them to tho mora populous onos. This he said could not be dono after county Indebted' ness had been incurred. Sheriff Dunn1 Funeral. Piutt. Kan., Jan. 9. Tho funeral of Sheriff Dunn occurred here yesterday af ternoon. Tho crowd attending was so . large that no building here was ablo to contain It. Tho Rev. E. C. Beach of tho Methodist Episcopal church Judge Botklu's Life In Imminent Dan-, - - .... . ' preached tho funeral sermon, at tbo tserso tone a. Ho Kemaln, In thej . closo of wWch Ju(lg0 Tjotkln paldaBlow. j ing tribute to tho rourago, bravery and loyai ira nusnip oi tuoucau man. During his address Judge Botkin broko down completely and during his recital of tho .1 l i . : ...if i .j - G ! diene was dcenlv nffected. Relatives from Iowa and Illinois wcro 'present. The body was buried in Green lawn cemetery. A wife, ono daughter SraiXGrtEi.ii. Kan.. Jan. fl.-Comnanv E and two sons, nearly grown, constitute 1 completed the march to Springfield at3:K0 the ra""'y of tho dead man. o'clock last evening and went into camp 1 About ?:00 were found on the body of here after delivering the six prisoners to Sheriff Dunn when picked up. This is Under Sheriff Larrabcc. The sheriff was Just about onc-hulf what the murdered directed that the prisoners must be well . man was knolvn to ,,avc na3- fed and given a warm building with sufll-' Judee Hotkln left this morning to return cient bedding. Tho little Jail here t0 Se'ari1 county to hold court, is a cold, cheerless place and tho prisoners were put under guard ia tho! CHEROKEES AMBITIOUS. second story of tho court house in tho' , , . , . regular court room Under Shcriil Lar-, seBr,,nB Mo,t iD",w " v rabee to-dar excused manv of his denu. 1 tan the 0i"-l-i: ot h ""P- ties, who had been on dutv since Tunsilar. 1 Guthuie, Okla., Jan. 9. Information rest Itrcnnan Will Ask for Bis Iteleaiic SlicrlffDunn'g l'unoral Services. BANK FAILED. i A HAYTIEN SCHEME. All Old Bank .it Marshall, Mo Succumbs to the Inevita ble and CIosos. Marshall, Mo., Jan. 9. Special. The banking house of Cordell & Dunnica closed to-day. The bank was organized under the state law and had a capital of SSO.GOO. W. F. Dun nica, of Glasgow, Mo., was president, and J. H. Cordell, the cashier. The bank has been carrying cattle feeders and shippers for Urge sums, and they having made no money, it is believed that the bank went to the trail through this means. PLOTTING TO OVERTHROW PRESIDENT HIPPOLYTE. FITTED OUT IN THE UNITED STATES. A Man-of-War Equipped by tho Political Exiles la Jamaica With the Purpose of Capturing Port ft a Prince The Blood Deeds of the 28th May Be Arrngetl The and was left with only about three men , to guard tho six prisoners. Ho asked 1 for a detail of soldiers, but General . I Roberts refused to aid In guard : I ing the men, but consented to cs- tablish a picket lino around tbo j court house and hold his men In readiness i to protect the sheriff and his prisoners on " a moment's notice. Under Sheriff Larra ; beo was quite sure last night that the sol-1 diers did not realize the danger of an at- tack from tho prisoners' friends. Ho ' feared such an attack and so did the six prisoners, who would have preferred to havo remained in the charge of the soldiers as they were held at Arkalon. I It has been agreed that tho preliminary hearing of tho men under arrest and thoso , to be arrested shall be held next Thursday at Liberal, a practically neutral town on the extreme south part of the county, a imlo from Xo-Man's-Land and twenty miles from Springfield. County Attorney Bcuchamp will prosecute the cases and f Judge Ellis of Pratt represent tho prisoners. The soldiers are remaining perfectly has been received here that 10J Cherokee Indians have arrived on tho strip and slatted off claims on ths roost fcmlo land obtainable. They expect to hold eighty acrfs cacn oy virtue or article 5 of tho re cent Cherokee treaty, which provides that "those Chcrokees now resident upon tho strip may take eighty acres of land which shall cover their improvements." It is believed thoy havo secured this article in the treaty for tho very purposo of cheating white settlers out of much of tho most fcrtilo land in the strip. Many mote families aro getting ready to movo and unless congress acts speedily tho In dians will secure the most valuable lands. Our New Spring1 Goods Are arriving daily. Prices lower than ever. New designs and fine colorings. Come and see as. SEDALIA mm WW. THIRD AND LIMINE. GARZA STILL UNCONQUERED. Plan of Operation. Xew York, Jan. 0. The discovery has Hust been. made by Mr Price, tho Haytiea The firm were caught some eixteen t 5ln'VrJ, e ,U.n,itcd States satn0 J Herald, of a revolutionary movement hay- years ago the same wav bv cattle. la l0T Ils oDject me ovennrow oi iresi- J J - A r T Tt ... n n . T I . I dealers, but they re-orcranizcd took The revolutionary party has fitted out ' tn 1. 1 r- ..a.i... - . r 1 Inwne tn ..In ... nr f 1 tl . - To BcncOt Colored Catholic. PiiiLAiicLrnn, Jan. 9. A permanent or ganization for tho purpose of creating a fund for tbo establishment of churches and schools for colored peoplo to bo known as the St. Peter Clavcrs union, has been effected. Father Tolton was requested to state its plans and purposes to tho archbishops and bishops of the Unitod States In order to obtain their approval neutral, though tho fact that they have anl encouragement of tho union. . been guarding Judge Botkln has given the j ( opposite Impression. The guard will bo F Flttlns Out Unfinished VcMela. withdrawn from Dotkin's house as soon as Newport, It. L, Jan. 9. A crew of four i he and Mrs. Botkin return from Dana's teen men has been placed on tho torpedo funeral, probably this evening. They boat Cruising, launched yesterday, and went to the funeral leaving their little boy , six more men are expected shortly. Her alone with tho guard, and General Roberts , officers are as yet uninformed as to tho nas retained tho guard on the boy's ac- , reason for her being placed In commission raunu a is saia mai ucncrai .Murray at mis umaincr engines aro not in con Myers of u ichita. who directed tho Stcv- dltlon for service and she is not fitted ens county campaign in lisS, has been or- with firing tubes for torpedoes. uvreu ncro 10 assume command of tho Pliylnc the Part of the Proverbial Flea Two Encounters. San Antoxio, Tex., Jan. 9. Captain Francis IL Hardio of the Third cavalry, who was at Salerno, Tex., reports: Since leaving Carrizo, Tex.. I havo scouted down tho river as far as Koma. The country between Carrizo and Itoma seems to be a very hotbed for revolutionists, this being the worst place on the river. On this ranch there aro about fifty men and there is no doubt that some of them were In the different bands of Garza but I cannot prove It as yet. Two arccsU wcro made, Feliclano Chapa, a Judge, and Br.gida Salinas, 5afe Blown Open at St. Joseph. St. Josrrit, Mo., Jan. 9. Safo blower mniii. n mill nn tine f t x Inct nltrVi. I ports of robberies havo been pouring into police headquarters all morning. Ths I boldest act was the blowing open ot a sate in Smith's billiard hall on'. Seventh street, only two blocks from police headquarter. A heavy charge of powder was used and tho door of the safe, weighing 3-'0 pounds, was hurled fif teen feet. Only itjJ was secured. Another haul was made at Adas3' barber shop where ?I0 was secured. Aaultctl the Jailer and Eaeaped Scottsucro, Ind., Jan. 9. Three pris oners awaiting trial escaped from the James 11. Loomis, Lieutenant J. T. Knight writos General pnn... Tnii i--. nf..ht Stanley from Carrizo, Tex., that the Hag the ,:,, had one t0 lo(.k th , thej2 cells for the night. As he opened the door to gain admittance he was assaulted with an iron poker, Knocked down and severely kicked in the side and breast by the pris oners. The prisoners were James Avery, Thornton Baker and Tevls Jennings. The sher.ff and a posse arc In pursuit. in new stocc, ana m tills way UU tl witn aU the appliances of modern warfare, I The troops at Wichita will not be called over and again became thrifty, and hai done a ptf 2rotH business for many years. A few years ago a book keeper in the hank pmrwzrl'-i n 'tt c.nm nfi state department will be set in m least, under martial law at once, so that tae Dans emoezzi a a ,a g Eum oi Uoa for tbe of the maniof an un5iascJ ludg0 adrocatcs court money and left the cxin-y. Tns staggered the bank cnnsideubly, but A Physician Attempts Suicide. Atchison", Kan., Jan. 9. Dr. B. F. John- which Is intended to be used by the Hay- out now, though thcro is every evidence ' son, a physician of Everest, Brown coua tien political exiles in Jamaica to capture , tnat tho companies hero will remain for Port au Prince and establish a newgoy- ten days longer at least. Even after that, eminent. Minister Price has dc- thcro is no assurance that peace will aounced tho revolutionary movement to reign, and General Hobcrts thinks tho tho government at Washington and most available ttiing is for tho governor it Is expected that the detective machinery to put Stevens and Soward counties, at war and tho arrest of tho agents hero. The chances are, howevor, that the revo lutionary vessel is far out to sea wbero Sir. Cordell being a very popu'ar man 1 JEffiffi1 navy wiU have a merr Um8 his friends came to h's rescue and I v ?hIP wa. nea with four largo , brcech-loadlng rifled cannon and six rapid -again the bank wpi on the high road i fiae guns. The ship was fitted with Subsequentlv, Mr. j aaees of a modern man-fif-war. The plan of the expedition was to proceed to a selected point In Jamaica. Tho exiles were then to be taken on board and tlje completed expedition descend upon Port au Prlcco and make an attack by water. It was expected that the navy of Hippolytc would have little chanco with to prosperity, Cordell went to Glasgow, Scoand, and arrested the embe2z!er and brought him to Saline county where be -was tried and is now scr?" g time in the Miaaiuri nMiitPntinre fnP fi,i powerful guns and thick armor of tho 4 J . lieet revolutionary ship. In co-operation with the ship tho troops wcro to make a landing and attack the city. While tho can immediately try all offenders by court martial. That seems to be tho most avail able remedy, as the departure of the troops only means a resumption of the trouble. Judge Botkin will bo in danger so long as he lives hero unless ho has military pro tection. Tho resort to martial law is the only thing to establish this protection. Several of the soldiers aro suffering from tho effects of camp lifo and the mess. Tho men aro all on duty and Surgeon Todd brought a bg supply of mediclno, which has already been replenished. The alkali water having a bad effect on the men, together with the cold winds, bad quarters ana iooa to which they arc not accustomed. The pickets last night baited several men who were about town at unreasonable sours and mado them give explanations before they were allowed to proceed. Even ty, took a largo dose of morphine, evident ly with suicidal Intent, at an Atchison hotel this morning, and is now lying at the point of death. It is said that domestic trouble was the cause Dr. Johnson is a brother of Dr. Stephen Johnson, a profes sor of tho Kansas City medical college Will Try to Force Rain. Stdxct. New South Wales, Jan. 9. Owing to drought in the broken hill dis trict tho government has ordered rain making experiments. Kidnappers Indicted. Kansas Citt, Mo., Jan. 9. Tho grand Jury made its first report at 4:80 o'clock yesto lay afternoon. Indictments wero found -nlnst Lizzie Dennis, alias King, anas smiin, ana against Melvln Slpole, alias Albert King, charging them with en ticing away David T. Beats, Jr., the 3-ycar- oiu son oi too millionaire banker. of the revolutionists is white. Kobert Huincs. sheriff of Zapata county, Texas, writing from llandado, Tex., gives the following particulars of two encoun ters with tho revolutionists: Wo havo Just arrived at this place. We have had two fights with Garza hjmself and his men. we found them in this county with about 150 or 200 men. Wo got to his camp after sundown. It was in very thick brush, so thick that the soldiors could not get through. We were commanded to halt by Garza and his men. of sight. We let them have a couple of volleys from our guns which put them to flight. It was dark by this time, so we had to camp for tho night in Garza's camp. At daybreak we took Garza's trail and at sundown yesterday wc overtook him again In the Kolndo pasture. We ex changed another shot or two and they fled. We have several prisoners and one wounded man who belong to Garza. Baby Cleveland Baptized. New York, Jan. 9. An Interesting cere mony took place at the Cleveland cottago at Lakcwood, N. J., yesterday. It was tho christening of the baby whose birth and crime. The assets and liabilities of the man-of-war fought the vessels of tho navy the surgeon of the company was halted subsequent conduct and condition havo bank are not known i? no ei-inont t Poaea tne ions on shore the troops anu no nau lorgottcn the countersign and excited widespread and general interest las yet been made. FOR I2cts. CR.VO cfywfc. re, I oiler potttoJd l 50 cis. C Special Prleo ifkESSiui. ) Calalogl-rico 3 S'irr,,n. 1 Plur. Toni Flower Seed. J IZCt8. QPkf Utl In no Catalog- in Amrriea v Hinu Arm Bea. riuu i - J iwujiiuu. sexia toe lor uircv. ruun ana Btvauuaiofr pubusaea. Catalog and aboro 9 rtgs 17c JOHN A. SALZER, M UHOS9G, WIS. READ THISl SEXONERVE tho grest nlsli Kemedy, cares Nerroas IIlitr, Wakefulness. Vital Ex haustion, ixMsee, Weakness, lost Manhood, Evil Drsams,Qalcb:es3 uuuu unsiieaw8 caused by Errors of Tenth and Excesses, which lead to coaiumptlon. In sanity and rMdda. Put np la condensed form tn mm ity pocket. Price IL complete treatment of six boxes with a Written Uazntn fni-tc www At-BNLfeA mi pitua pacjulgo to I MEN 3? Before and After I were w rusn turougn tne streeU attacking was ucia oy tne picket until tho corporal among the peoplo of tho whole countrv Hippolyte's soldiers and inciting the popu- 01 guard was called to allow him to pass. Ruth Cleveland has already become ouits .muui iciramou. ii. was cxpcciea ""wouu nuuuiu ui any son last a iigurc, oui mis is tne nrst announcement j that mostof theablo-bodicd men of tho city night, contrary to the expectations of the that the name of Ruth has been attached nuum lasiauuy join inc revoiuuon, were- "-i.mj Mierim nco nan cnargo oi tne six to mo utile one, or rather that It has been by avenging the bloody deeds of tho 23th prisoners in the court room. Adjutant ' confirmed to her under the sanction and u. ..i. it j.-u jijppoiyie s capuai snouia w;uwiwwru uiinu ii very prooaDio solemnities oi tne church sacrament of uo.cuTCu cafiicoi oy me rcvoiuuonists '"c iruujjs win uo reiaineu until oapusm. a new government would be set up, prob- aiicr me preliminary hearing of tho ably wita General Nanigate at the head of sJx prisoners at Liberal, Thursdav. iu luuu ii xiippiyic nau laKcn 10 me a'-u tnusiuij- uuiii auer me trial oi James mountains with the intention of fighting, Brennan at Hugoton on tho 19th Inst u iarg army woiua oo sent out to crusn urunnan win not do inca. Ao jury of this county, living near Snrinirfleld . , j iu iu-i were unracieu io icw xorK oy a counter- .uiin:r,anu urennan s nearmg tn:s month feit-money circular last week. Thev weKt will Do a matter of a few hours only. and had the old sawdust game plaved on English Capitalist. Allied to Be Affl ' i Lk for UZH SlT" .Vl ,D PC Oar Paeklnc House . 1. n.d AUrned bom0 ,asl "day wiser U r-T.,. Ten o t .-.i r-""' .uiiut.-u iu uis , ziqi Dciicr men. ..-i. "rw iiocriy n a trial cannot be given him. firm3 are about to be sold to an English . AN o"-OOXD OHGANIZATION. iBTcated $500 la JExperteace. MoutiiLLToy. Ark.. Jan, 9. Jack Smith ui ana lorn Wilbur, two prominent citizens 1 .9 1. 1 .u..a IIt n . ... 'LARGE NEGOTIATIONS. syndicate. The story, if true, would hare a bearing upon the outcome of the litiga tion in which tho outside packers have obtained nn injunction from the chancellor of New Jersey preventing the payment by the stockyards company of $3,000,0) In money and securities to tho "Big Four." Levy Mayor, counsel for tho outside packers, says thera is nothinc in the report, and J. C Ilatcly and Henry uotsiora oi tne Chicago packing and pro vision company also deny It. Pigeon nd Poultry Display. PniLiDELrnn, Jan. 9. The finest and most extensive exhibition of pigeons and poultry ever held here opened to-day, lodge Bo t bin's Lire In Danger as Long a. He Stars on the Bench. Topekji, Jan. 9.-J. IL Pitzer of Arka- C.lioat Dance la the Strip. urrnniE, Okla,, Jan. 9. -Six hundred Otoe, Iowa, Kaw, and Ponca Indians are noiamg a gnost dance near Red Rock la inn i :d(mM tvin t.. r, lnr. ntl,rT- fn- T,m, r I . . "'V a are , .wi uituuuu iiau an also noiuintr a dance nn nn Intimate friend of Judgo Botkin i , , . ... arrivuu in town mis morning neia a long consultation with Gov' ornor Humphrey In regard to tho condi tion of affairs which exists in tho Thirtv- second judicial district. Mr. Ritzer savs river and have and presents to present to the Messiah. Arkansas Qt ffSMCK i 7h?re. aro on exhibition about 3,000 birds Including probably 1,200 pigeons. Tho dis play of Plymoth Rocks, Wyandottes, buff Cochin China and other choice varieties of mention hub paper. INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL ASS'N. Soloagejjte, zt9 uearcorn St., CHICAGO, ILL. rnTIRlT.PtVSPnulTl irx tit. aVoe- T. ncUcluuaan, Cor. iui and OMq SU. . chickens is unusually large. To Divert Cattle Shipments. Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 9. Governor Thayer that there Is an oath-bound organizatl quarantine V&vwrZ& w of Citizens alliance men in Woodsdalo hnr- t t, S52oofh?m? th7WiU eventually the strict quarantine rules. "It was imposslblo to explain the situa- IP Speaker Crl.p Improving. moSni yTr' rf3, M,r- ,PiUer WAsnisoTosr, Jan. 9.-sJeakcr Crisp b She Preferred Christian Science. Aspen, Colo., Jan. 9. Some sonsational developments have just come to light re garding the death of Judge James Watson, who died a few days ago from pneumonia It appears that his wife was a strong be liever in the Christian Science faith, and when her husband was taken sick refused to call a physician. Two sons, however, compelled the mother to allow the services of a medical man, allowing her to select a nurse, also a Christian Science believer. Through a conspiracy between the nurse and the wife the medicine was extracted from the capsules and the 1th cure relied upon. Mrs. Watson told the judge that Christ was telling him through her to eet up and walk, and persuaded him to make ' the attempt. Hc had taken but two steps from the bed when he fell over on the floor and expired. An Heir to Urlllsh million. Fort Dodob, la., Jan. 9. Orson Fox, young mechanic employed in the Illinois Central shons at Waterloo. Fort Dodsra who wero out J and other points, Is one of a half dozen, uuirs 10 an cngiisn estate vaiueu aw ov, 000,00). The estate is that of Thomas. Death, of London, and the claims of the family or John M. Fox,of which the youn g man is member have been established. . Panic at a miw-akee Fire. Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 9. The Trinity Evangelical Lutheran church was do' stroyed by fire last night. The church was a large edifice surmounted by a steeple fully 150 feet high. The steeple fell whll burning and a panic ensued, hundreds of people running for blocks. The fire was finally subdued and quiet restored. Lost 130,030. . Chill Settling Down to Baslaeas, jj Valparaiso, Jan. 9. Foreign Min!ste Periera paid an official visit to United States Minister Egan to-day. The meet ins; was of the most cordial character and the hope was mutually expressed that th differences between the two countries would be speedily settled. A Yoatafal .Tlnrdsress. Eastos-, Md., Jan. 9. Laura Smith,' colored, aged 15, has confessed that ahaf poisoned her father and brother. Ta Sgwr, Thomas Smitb.died ia great agonjl Cakes Without Eggs. Observing housekeepers quickly learn that Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder is far superior to other brands ia the fact that they never fail to make the finest pastry, and if they wish to be economical they can dispense entirely with eggs and can use a less quantity of butter for shortening purposes. The advantage is not alone in the saving effected but in avoiding the trouble and frequently the great difficulty of securing eggs that are fresh. This is often a serious trouble. Cakes of various kinds from the informal Griddle) Cakes to the stately Bride Cake can be made with Price's Cream Baking Powder, which insures light, sweet and hand some cakes; or when used for Griddle Cakes to be eaten hot enables their production in the shortest space of time, always tender and delicious. Dr. Price's ?s the only Baking Powder that contains th white of eggs. None so pure ! None so wholesome ! Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is re ported by all authorities as free from Ammonia,' Alum, or any other adulterant. In fact, the purity of this ideal powder has never been questioned. as? -