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SEDALIA, MO, TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1892. VOLUME 22. NUMBER 36. NEW YORK'S AMIS. if g mm petuating my work. Ilerc Is a life's practice of a Woman anions Women, and contains Facts that cannot be found else where ! It is the largest collection the world has ever known." Note. These Records are available to the Women of the world. rcrsonal attention is given to confidential letters, and correspondence is solicited from suffering women. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S vegetable la the only Positive Car and legitimate Hmedy COMPOUND for the peculiar weaknents and ailment of women. It cures the worst forms of Female Complaints, that Bearing-down Feeling, Weak Back, Falling and Displacement of the Womb, Inflammation, Ovarian 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 tenlency to Cancerous Humor. Subdues Faiatness, Kxcitaliility, Jfervoui Prostration, Exhaustion, and strengthens and tones the Stomach. Cures Headache, General Debility, Indigestion, etc, and invigorates the whole Fystem. For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex, the Compound has no rival. All Druggists sell it a a standard article, or fnt by mail, in form of Pills or Lozenges, on receipt of 1.0O. LYDIA E. PINKHAM MED. CO., LYNN. MASS. .An Illustrated book, entitled "Guide to Heilth value to ladies. We will present a copy to f lUiionri University. ' SrmKCFiELD. Mo., March 5. A delega tion appointed by the chamber of com merce will leavo hero Tuesday for Jeffer son City to present tho inducement offered by this city for the location of the stato university. George Xettleton and Attor ney Piatt will bo invited to join tho delegation from this city in their efforts. Tbo city offers a sito of 1G0 acres and 2o0,00J for tho university, also rent freo for temporary quarters while tho main buildings are being erected. ga (Tlnrdered and Use Body Burned. Pnoisix, Ariz., March 5. The discovery of the burned remains of a man and a horse in Thcsaul county has dis closed a murder which is laid at the door of Sonora Papagos. Re cently a noted smuggler, Figueroa, came to Tucson to buy supplies. Ho left homo and was never heard of after ward. Papagos was known to bo on his trail and the discovery of the remains has led to the belief that Papagos killed and robbed Figuoros. r Crip Claims Several Thousand. Albany, N. Y., March 5. The monthly . bulletin of the state board of health for January last has been issued. Tho total number cf deaths reported was 13,46). The average for January for tho war ana the interior with the object or ob p&st seven years has been 8,978. The in-, taining permission to make examples by crease Is due to epidemic influenza, which measures of severity not allowed under nay be termed the third outbreak and tnc ordinary code to repress tho growing Which reached Its height during January. ! disaffection among Poles. Ho fhas sub- I mined numerous secret edicts that had Blaine Hopes to Be About Soon. JWAsniNOToy, March 5. Tho following official statement as to Mr. Blaine's con dition was given out at the state depart ment to-day: "Secretary Blaine is a Yictim of grip. He was taken Wednes day quite suddenly and severely. His fever was high on Thursday and Friday. He was much better this morning and hopes to be about in a few days." Here's a Picture of Youthful Precocity Troy, N. Y., March 3. The census enu meration at Warrcnsburg found a child 5 months old; tbo mother, Mrs. Fred Chan dler, one month less than 15 years; grand mother, Mrs. John Savage, 33 years; and great grandmother, Mrs. Oscar Greer, 54, all residing about six miles north of War rensburg village. A REMARKABLE CUBE OF RHE UMATISM. Miss Cage and Sherman of Alexan der, Texas, writes us regarding a remarkable cure of rheumatism tbere j a follows: "The wife of Mr. Wm. i Frnitt the Postmaster hero bad been bed-ridden with rheumatism for Eever al years. She could get nothing to do her any good. We sold her a bottle of Chamberlain's Fain Balm and she was compleatly cured by its use. We refer any 'one to her to verify this statement." 50 cent bottles for sale by Aug. T. Fleischman Druggist. MEN REAP THIS igBrforeTakln i! to SEXOXERYE. the croat Turkish Remedr. enret Xervous Debility, Wakefulness, Dlzzlnrfs, Headache, loss of Paver in cither rex. Lutt Manhood, EvU Dreams. Quickness and all traftinc diseases, caused by OTCMaertion of the brain, self-abute or orcr-Indul-pence irbleh ultimately lead to consumption. Insanity and suicide. Putuplncondensedformtocarrylnthe pocket, mces IMjer dox. or a complete treatment oi tlx boxes with a i tree. Address, om St. Chicago. is-ly nv FOK SALE IS SEDALIA- MO- BV Anc T. Flelschmann, Cor. n & Ohio sta. B. T. MILLER, M. D. PHYSICIAN ANN SURGEON Office at His Drag Store, 113 Ohio Street, Sedalia, Mo.j "A LIFTS EXPERIENCE." Ltdia Pixkiiam to Mrs. CnAS.H.PixKHAM. "My laugbvrvyr'J i ave spent many years of your life in aiding mc to compile these records. An analy sis of every case of female disease ever brought to my attention is here; this will aid you In per and Etiquette," by Lydia E. Pinkham, it of great, anyone addressing us with two -tent sumps. v ONE TRUST IS BUSTED. The Combination ofSH Producers Falls Through and Salt It Cheaper. RocnESTEK,X. Y.March 5. The salt mar ket has pone to pieces as the result of tho collapse of the western New York combine. The price of salt is tumbling and there seems to be no bottom to it. Dairy salt is down 40 per cent and common salt is 3) per cent lower than on January 1. Tbo salt market is practically controlled by the western Xew York concerns, which act together, and although the central New York companies at Syracuse and other points were not included in the trust, their business is affected just as much as if they were in it. fcTbc agreement has been in force for sev eral years and was to end January 1, liftJ. It was not thought that there would be any difficulty about renewing the arrange ment until the representatives of the com panies got together, when it appeared that tbey did not agree. Therefore the whole business lell through, with the present re sult. TO JUMP ON POLAND. Rnssla to Declaro It In a Stato of Siege ir Deemed Necessary. St. Petersbcko, March 5. General Gourkcs, governor of Poland, has bad several audiences with the minister of been circulated in Poland proving that the recent movement among tbo Poles were controlled by a secret well or ganized committee located in Austria and receiving financial assistance from Polish bankers in Germany, Austria and Russia. General Gourkes docs not fear an armed rising in time of peace, but considers tho situation of sufficient gravity to demand exceptional treatment. Tbo minister cm powered him to proclaim a state of siege in Warsaw and in the whole of Russian Poland if necessary. World' Fair Stock Liability. Chicago, March 5. Wm. McCoy, of McCoy's hotel, is making a novel defense to the suit brought against bim by the i World's Columbian exposition to recover 110,000 on a subscription of 10, 000 shares of world's fair stock. McCoy makes the point that tho whole or the S5,000,0;o stock was not sub scribed when ho was called to pay, which was contrary to the contract he signed. Subsequently the stock was increased to f 10.C00.uu0, before the first Issue of his stock was paid uo. objection was that the Chicago gas trim cb made company subscribed for JoO.000 worth of fOO.OOO stock, and Mcoy savs their i Mcoy void nuU.Uuu uiu uecausc l" I trust had no authority to purchase stock of another corporation. The samo objection is urged as to stock purchased Dy various banks for many hundred thou sand dollars. For these reasons he thinks he Is entitled to escape his stock liability. IIopkln-Searlcs Caae Compromised. New Your, March 5. Timothy Hogan Hopkins, the adopted son of Mrs. Mark Hopkins-Scarlcs, has compromised his suit against Edward F. Searles for 3 mil lion dollars. Tho twonty-four or twenty fivo relatives of Mrs. Searles have been placated and now this case, one of the most remarkable in the history of the United States, is ended. The Emperor Grows Squeamish. Yisxjca, March 5. A great sensation has been caused in literary circles here by the action of the emperor in prohibiting the representation in the court theater of tho domestic play Die Sklavin, because in tho play some suggestive allusions aro made which are resented by certain court ladles. The prohibition is unprecedented in the history of the Hof burg theater. AxalQ Coder Arrest. Kixsis Citt, Mo., March 5. Ex-Lieutenant Colonel John S. Perkins Is again under arrest He is charged with obtain ing money under false pretenses from Actor Fitzgerald. Hard Work to Secure a Jury. Darlioton, Wis., March 5. No Jury nas yet been secured to try tho lynchers of Siebolt, though 1C5 men have been ex amined, Ninety more men 11179 summoned. SENATOR HILL'S ENEMIES HARD AT WORK. NOT WEDDED TO CLEVELAND. They Are Prepared, They Say, to rat Party Before Men A Combine la the Bouse for a Western Man Senator Tance Declares for Gorman Other Polit ical Gossip. Xew York. March 3. Every member of the national Democratic committee will receive in the next few days a letter ap proved by the provisional committee of the anti-Hill party in this state. This letter declares in effect that the anti-Hill Democrats arc cot wedded to Cleveland and will accept any good Democrat who can carry Xew York. They will contest the Hill delegation chosen at the midwin ter Albany convention because it does not represent Xew York Democracy. Tho most important declaration in the letter is that Cleveland is himself to be blamed for tbo "mess" in which tho party has got itseir. The letter was written originally to Dr. W. A. Anderson, a prominent Cleveland Democrat from Wisconsin. When read to other members of the committee it was ap. proved by Mr. Whitney, cx-Mayor Urace, Ellcry Anderson, o:-Sccrctary Fairchild and others and copies were ordered to bo sent to every member of the Democratic national committee. Agalutt Hill In Anj r.rnnt, It declares that thousands of Democrats are opposed to Hill regardless of ClevC' land. The letter continues: "If the con testing delegation is thrown out at Chica go and Hill is nominated we cannot an swer for the result. Cleveland and nearly all the leaders will probably support tho ticket, out there aro many men who are little inclined to submit any further to the impositions practiced for the past few years. These men rightly regard tho Hill convention a proceeding which would bo set aside in a court of law for fraud and duress. In some counties theso men havo held off from tho contesting movement for the avowed reason that thev want to see Hill nominated so as. to finisbuiin forever, The majority against him in this stato would be anywhere from 5),000 to 100,000 votes. "If Cleveland or any leading man of his wing of the party b nominated and an organization of the state committee forced. the opposition within the party would be a mere bagatelle. Nobody really cares for Hill and his whole strength comes from the fact that ho is supposed to be 'in it.' Tammany is held together by a mere hand ful of leaders, and even with them, except in the case of Bourkc Cockran, it is doubt- iui whether there is an atom of personal feeling for HilL "A contest will not injure Cleveland if the trouble is not taken in other parts of the country to investigate the real situa tion In Xew York. Whether it docs injurs Hill or not cannot affect tho movement. Probably he is responsible for letting them (the Hill manager!.) get his friends into such a bad tncss. Of course it would bo safer to nominate the man who stands tho best chance of carrying other states than Xew York, whether he bo Cleveland or anybody else. Cleveland would probably poll the most votes here, as his great out side strength would causo the Murphy Hill men to run to cover. But it would bo as well to nominate a good Western candi date or Governor Kusscll. Represent the Rank and File. "In fine we have not voted yet, and we claim tbo samo right to contest at a national convention which our adversaries prac ticed when they contested county and state conventions. We claim to stand on J precedent and we claim that our opponents are irregular. We are rapidly gathering in tho old Tildcn leaders, and if our move ment develops as it has promised lately there will be no difficulty in proving in Chicago that we represent the Dcmocratlo party of this stated- FOK A WKSTKKN MAN, An Alleged Combine Forming in tbo U'.cmvv.Tnv1 Mlfrn S Pnr tho two days Western and Southern members of congress have been seriously discussing tnc propriety of forming an organization for tho purpose of booming a Western can didate for the presidency. Although it has been conducted so far with the utmost secrecy, something like forty-five congress men have attached signatures to form an organization such as described The idea behind the organization is that if Hill is to be beaten a Western man must do it. Now, whatever reports may bo sent to tho country to the contrary, thero Is no doubt a majority of the Democrats of both houses of congress aro unqualifiedly opposed to the nomination of HilL Hill's machine Is active, and becoming mora active and bet ter organized daily, but a majority of tho Democrats in both bouses of congress are opposed to him, and for this reason cer tain Southern and Western men who are in favor of keeping the tariff question well to the front are organizing to nominate a Western man in the event of it being considered impolitic to nominate Cleve land, because of tho New York row, when the convention meets. There is a tired feeling on the part of Democrats at the idea of a combination between New York and Georgia to control Democratic dele gates in the convention. Senator Col quitt of Georgia is now one of tho most earnest advocates of Hill's nomination. It Is understood that Colquitt expects to bo secretary of state in the even:, of Hill's election, while Dick Croker of Tammany Hall is booked for the secretaryship of the treasury. Hill will start for Mississippi in a little while, and ho will swing from Jackson to Savannah, making stops at Atlanta, and,, expects to make short Baking Powder A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. Superior to every other known. Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard. Delicious Cake and Tastry, Light Flaky Biscuit, Griddle Cakes, Palatable and Wholesome. No other baking powder does such work. speeches at all tho way stations from At lanta back to Washington. Agents aro now at work trying to induce delegations to meet Hill at tho way stations with vocal and instrumental enthusiasm. Tbo opponents of Hill, observing theso prepar ations of tho launching of an immenso boom in the South, are organizing to off set it by paving tho way for a Western man. GORMAN IX DOUSED. Senator Vance Says lis Is Mo it Desira ble From Every Standpoint. Wasuinoto.v, March 5. A delegation of tar-heel Democrats called upon Senators Vance and Hansom at tho capltol to con sult with them about tho coming conven tion for tho selection of delegates to tho Chicago convention. Senator Vance said to a reporter after the delegation had left that the Democrats of North Carolina have -about reached tho conclusion that neither Hill nor Cleveland should bo nomi nated at Chicago and they are looking the field over for an available man outside of New York, and think that Gorman is tbo man. Vanco said: "In our stato wo rogard Senator Gorman as the most desirable man from every standpoint. If tho convention de termines to havo a western man, there aro but two men in sight who seem to mo to have tbo requisite strength to make the race. I refer to Gov. Gray of Indiana, and .ex-Assistant Postmaster General Stevenson of Illinois." As to Senator Palmer and Mr. Camp bell, Senator Vance said: "Palmer is un doubtedly a grand old man, but his age is 7h. . Z .r,: ' " r Ex-Gov. Campbell is a bright young man, but ne could not carry his own Stato at tho last election, and so ho is out of the question. Gorman is as mush loved by mc democrats of tne country as any man one can find. You -have my permission to say this for me." Giles Oat for Congrem. SnELMXA, Mo., March 0. In respocso to the urgent solicitation of friends in va rious parts of the district, and to a unani mous expression of sentiment in his own county, Hon. R. P. Giles to-day declared himself a candidate for Congress. Memphis Invites Senator III It. Memphis, Tcnn.. March 5. Tho city co-mcil has adopted a resolution invltinir Senator Hill to Memphis on his Southern tour. TO POISON MR. ARMOUR. Bottfe of Wine Sent Him In Totter Palmer Name Forewarned. CmcAGo. March 5. P. D. Armour, tho big packer, yesterday recived a bottle of wine with the compliments of his friend, Potter Palmer, and asking him to trv it as it was of raro quality. Mr. Armour drank none of it He had been warned bv a f nrmni- nmnlnrrt thnt hn V n .1 overheard two men in tho Palmer houso plotting to send Mr. Armour a bottle of poisoned wino In Mr. Palmer's name. Tho men who occuplod tho room where tho alleged plot was hatched were a man who was not registered, but who claimed to llvo In New York, and a roan registering as Thomas F. Quinn of Den ver. The wine has not boon analyzed, so so it is not known whether it contains poison. Mr. Armour thinks it is tho work of a cragk MADE INSANE BY ILLNESS. A Prominent rennijrlvanUn'Caoif s Some excitement 01 a Train. PiTTsnuRO, Pa., March 5. Ex-Senator John P. Nowmcycr of tho supremo court or tbo western district of Pennsylvania became insane yesterday whllo on tho Western express from Jersey City to Pittsburg. Ho drew a revolver and threatened to kill a Presbyterian minister whom ho said had gono away with Mrs. Newmcyer. Ho was over powered and taken from the train and later was sent to Pittsburg. His condi tion last night was dangerous. He is suf fering from erysipelas as tho result of an operation performed on one of Ks-feet rccenuy, ana 11 nas anectcd his brain. Ho was taken to a hospital. Mrs. Now meyer is at her home near this city and Is a very estimable lady. RAZORS IN THEIR STOCKINGS. Two Negro Women Hold Cp a Man and Ride His rockets. TorEKi, Kan., March 5. As Charles Quaint, a carpenter living north of Topeka, was crossing Kansas avenue at First street about 9 o'clock last night, be was seized by two negro women and robbed of 133. One of the women grabbed him around tho neck and tho other rifled his pocket. Ella Jordan and Fannie Brown wcro arrested this morning on sus picion ana confessed the crime. Both had a razor in their stockings. Tho women belong to tho Parker gang of North To peka, nine of whom aro serving terms la the penitentiary. GREAT BARGAINS! IX- Carpets, Rugs, Lace Curtains, Portiers, Etc. We eew all our Ingrain Carpets by hand, unless otherwise ordered. We sew our Tapestries, Body Brussels, Moquetts, etc., by the best sewing ma chine in the world, made for that purpose." We are up with the times and guarantee our Ccrpets sewed, made and laid better than you can get them in the state of Missouri and have the largest stock, best, cheapest and newest patterns fouud anywhere. "We are in it." Come and see us. SEDALIA WET THIRD AND LIMINE. D. A. CLARKE, - DEATHTO THE SEALS SALISBURY'S STAND MEANS THEIR EXTERMINATION. PROF. ELLIOTT ON THE SITUATION. Unless the Moduj Vivendi Is Reno we the Poachers Will Bill Practically All the Seals Left on the Islands Will Destroy the Far Knil nessfor Twenty Tears or More. WAsnixr.TOW March 5. It Is stated that Lord Salisbury refuses to renew tho present modus Vivendi extending tho arbitration proceedings, but will agree to a new limitation of somo thirty miles round tho soalinz islands. Prof. Elliott, a distinguished authorltr on the subject, said: "If tho alleged ulti- 1 malum is true the ruin and extermination n'l"c ,u,r se,al t,s al nana-, Unless me m?.du?..vIvcm" b n the poachers nT Inn fur r ni I i - n ,1 FT-lu. a W ' m ProC"caiiy ail use seals left ontbe islands. "Shutting tho fleets out thirty miles would cot prevent tho scalers from get- ting as good a chanco of killing nursing mothers in search of food as though tho poachers were allowed to hunt with - in inrce miles of tho shore. One bun- tnai pan 01 ue city in the Xortb end drcd and twenty vessels manned by thickly populated by Italians. Sanson 2,000 men next summer will destroy the k reckoned wealthy among hi herd without going within fifty miles ' countrymen. He owned a prosperous from the islands. The pups will starve Irait staJ1 anJ likewise is something of a and thero will not bo enough seals to de- sporting man, being the possessor of a no vclop a herd of commercial valuo for horse, twenty years. I "Congress should ascertain at once ' JtalOBjr CaB Bouble SbooUb. whether this proposition of Lord Sails- ! Mla. Teen., March 5. Bob Currle of bury is final or not. If it is, a bill should Bear Brownsville, shot and probably be passed Immediately repealing the law fatally wounded Miss Sarah Wash preventing the killing of seals on the,,nSl0B and John Butler Thursday Islands. If the Canadian and American ) n'Rht. Currie and Butler were rivals for poachers arc to be allowed to kill the fe-1 tbo youno lady's hand? Butler called and male seals within thirty miles of the isl- Currie came soon after. The young lady ands, tbo law abiding Americans on the J refused to entertain him, whereupon h Islands ought to be allowed a chance to get not ncr in tho breast and arm, and thea mcir snare. The poachers will pay the government nothing, but for every seal killed on tho islands tho government gets a tax of 110. This money should form a fund for the maintenance of the unfortu nate natrves of tho seal Islands, who are wholly dependent upon this Industry." TO FCSU THE TOTE OX SILVER. Advocates of Free Silver Confident That ' ft Trill n. 1.1 ..... ..... w ,uu,iutii; WasnixcTox. March 5l Free silver and ann-irce stiver Democrats are making nveiy etiorts to eain converts tnr xno important volo of Momiar irn. der mc ruio upon which a vote bo taken to bring up tho question will the IMd, 23d and 24th Inst, thlrtv 1 miuuics ucoai will bo allowed. A mo-' yon 10 yoie or to postpone till next session Will probably be made. If such motion is made the vote on it will be about the samo as tho vote for consideration this month. Both sides will demand an aye and nay vote. fr. Harter of Ohio, the "anti"-statls-ticlan. said: "Any where from seventy-fivo to 123 Democrats will vote against con sideration. U the Republicans voto with us we can defeat the measure." Statistician Pierce of tho free silver men said: "From 190 to 210 Democrats will voto for consideration and we will carry it no matter how tbo Republicans vote. Czar Reed was more dumb than an oyster bed as to what he or his party would do. All chances are in favor ef tho votes being carried in favor of consider ation." TRAIN WRECKERS CAPTURED. APre mature Denial Forntsbes Conclos Ire Evidence of Gallt. Mmrms, Tenn.. March 5. Two of the train wreckers who have been operating in Northwestern Mississippi for tho last six months are lodged behind the bars at Greenville. Miss. At the last of the wrecks tbo engineer had to lump for bis life and tbo negro fireman was killed. Clews pointed to Bob Moore and Sam Smith, colored, as tho wreckers. Smith was first secured. When Moore was ac costed he said defiantly: "Well, you can't prove It. "Prove what!" asked the detective. "Dat I done wreck dat train." tald COMPANY. - - - Manager. Just Received. An elegant line of wash gcods. consisting of German Mulls, Scotch 6inghams, Crepeon, India Dimity, Etc. Don't buy a spring dress until you price our wool dress goods. Gnentlier's, 5-10d&wly 310 Ohio street Moore, falling into the trap. The evidencar ' an-:n l(k . u n i i -i 1 F"Mt both the prisoners Is conclusive. For Mnrty-Vln. nt,r uitt, . .arcn a-ice mrg In. the case of Antone Sansonr, charge ine muroer 01 joscpn jwangaraceni. 1 brought in a verdict this afternoon, find lnK him guilty of murder in the second de ' Crec and fixing his punishment at nicety ' nine years in the penitentiary. The mux der, which occurred December 27, was thev ' result of onefof the feuds of 'Little ludy," turned on Butler, shooting bim in the domen. Currie was arrested. ab- laaaelty Caased r the Grip. VicniT. Kan., March 5. Daniel Mutv phy, postmaster of Clearwater, thts coun ty, is pronounced violently insane, caused from la grippo and wounds inflicted dur ing the late war. Mr. Murphy is rational at times, but has lost all power of words 1 to express meaning. Physicians cronounca it a most peculiar case, but think there is 50ln2 P of recovery. A Doctor Cbarsed With Araoe. St. Joscrn, Mo., March 5. Dr. Noak Boaz. a physician hero, was arrested and nlaeeil in 1ail this mornintr nn th rh.-rr nt arson preferrcd.by William Moss, the doo- tcr's landlord. The latter accuses Boaz of having set fire to a small building in which, he formerly had an office and from which, ho had been ordered by Moss for non-payment of rent. The Emperor Expresses Gratitude. ( Bekux, March 5. The Reichsanzcger says that Emperor William has instructed Dr. Von Boetticher, secretary of the im perial home offico and representative of tho chancellory, to express to the police of Berlin his recognition of their intelligent and circumspect, yet vigorous action la suppressing the rioting that occurred la the city last week. A narderer Joins the Cbnrcb. " New York, March 5. At a meeting ot Plymouth church last evening Darwin J. Mcserole,who murdered Theodore Ltrbip, was unanimously accepted as a member of the church on profession of his Christian faith. While confined In; Jail pending trial Ucserolc was converted to Christianity. ( A Private Exhibit for the Fair. Nev4D., Mo.,March 5. Stone J. Hunter if thta ..itw fwtrAu- -. .. j j ww.4buuu ui over ii,utf Biuus ui nouui, materials ana petrifica tions, which bo will exhibit at tho world's fair. He has, perhaps, the rarest collec tion in the state, secured from every quaiw ter of tho world. oiyp, me convict, thinks JieoV