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JIM C. ANDERSON, Editor and Proprietor.
'A Newspaper of the Present Time; Intended for the People now on Earth."
RICHMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1887.
DR. R B. KICK,
jBSTKACTS OP TITLE.
I hrn all tli Abstrsot llooVt belong
Initio the Mats ol Ilia lain llrorjre N.
McUee. and am now wrparrd lo liirnl.h
oomplrta abstracts or all luaila In Rat
oountv. T. N. LAVt.LOCK.
J KD BALL,
Attorney at Law,
Alio Prowcutlnir Attorney of Bar
ounly.--Mllo In nmtrt house, Busl-ns-s
promptly aUtnOctl to.
J W. BHOTWKLL,
Attorney at Law,
Will attrnd promptly to all business
entrusted m his ram. Oinr In building
south orilie Democrat rttluo.
Attorney at Law,
Will m mum In all the Courts of the
tour.tv a..u circuit. brwclal attention
riveu t collections, f III oa in tiie court
JAVELOCK A LAVKLOCK,
Attsrieji it Law ml MarlEi Public.
Will practlro In all the courts of Ray.
Hnrrlal attention Klven to collecllona.
Ofllce unMaiif, two doors east of the
E. F- at R. E. ESTEB,
Attorneva at Lav
and Notary Public,
Will prw M In all la Oils dUtnM.
UAct over Bar Co. bating. Il.k.
Attorneys at Law,
Will practice li. all lhe Courts of the
Bute, uiure sourness, corner square,
upturn, n est ol uion uouao.
II. C. GARNER,
FhyHltian and Surgeon,
OlDce over Hay Co. Savings Bank
G, W. BUCHANAN, M. D.,
Office over Bavin Bank. Keatdeooa,
mrnei south and Shaw u a-v.
M anuiactursr of aud Dealer bb
Fine Boots & Shoes,
We nuk a ape.Ur of Ladles PlM Ml
!rMOtiisftniltiip'"ir., WtnukaltM fcoat
Buoiur Stit lur UcdU tuia, or cm lf Unit
boit r bo ot KmUfd nikkt Uul Will gift
WtltlftOUAB. W do ftil kibO ol
Done to nrJer inb ob SborOat voMik ioUm.
TtitutkiDi tba UHIkcb ol RieoaMB4 bm4 Ui
Copia ol ur Couaty (or ibatr pirBftaX ban
tor, warcpooutiiij raquMiMrw.iaAM.
MARSHAL. A BON.
it ay County
CipiW paid in .10,033 . Surplus M S10.000
Will irtnHMit a Un.ral DaDklag BlulntM.
Hrpo.llt rwcivwl .uliiKi In Uiaa4. ILx
oliAigi iHiuskl Mid MliJ,
M. W, C1USPIN, President,
T. II. Wollakd, Vico-J'ret.
W. M. Allisom, CaaVier.
n. r. BKTTl.K, R. J. WILLIAMS.
M. W. CIUSI-IN, W. M. ALLISON,
THUS. II. WOI.LAItU.
K. K. I)e burn, John Crowley,
A. II. Kiluh, J.A. Hinith,
It. W. Smith. H A. Wood.
11. U. Weoins(N.Y.) 1". T. Smith,
W 8. 1 lioinpaiui, J. W. Stiolwell,
bomliera Bank of i'ultou. Mo.
J S HUGHES &CO.
Pal4 ip Capital, 100.000.
JOS.H. Hun lira, President
Jambs HuniiBn, Vice-l'res't.
Dl'KNKTT IluuilK Cusliier.
iKO. A. Huuiies, As't Cashier.
Jos. 8. Hughes, George A. Hughes,
James Iluglios, Buruelt llughes, C. B.
Do m generul banking busiuesa.
Ilaving added the Mew Roller Process
we are now turning out a quality ol
flour unsurpassed. Flour exchanged for
Wlieai. DSUHiauuua KuantuMft'u.
J. R. HAMACHER It BRO
(Gus Nt'lilonuuyer'i old lUnil) U tl f
place to get in easy sluve, a good uliaiu
ioo or a uetu uair cu itt aim, &
One duor aast of Hugho' Bank.
W. S, EPPERSON,
COTTAGES UNO SUBURBAN VILLAS
Oniuo-v. alftiu wwt, Uiiuaiuo, Ml
-A.: J. BOTTS
East side of Square, Itic&mond, Mo.,
f ip ui foan EijiL- SI:;.
Raving asaoclated with my Blackamlthlnx a Srtt-claaa Wood Workman, wears
now prepared to do all klnda ofltepairlng in th) Wood-Work line.
Will roanuractnre Buggies. Farm and
seruung to wo rragon or carriage uualness. ne use none nut tne very est ma
terial in our work.
PAINTING ol all kinds done promptly
and be oonvinoed of what we say It true.
UUOP BOUTU OF
America Leads the World.
THIS TIME ESPECIALLY IN A
That will without doubt rcvolutionizajjic uiako and usa of
wagons. Its fiae t rning qualities, diaft-evualizing, perfect
adjust man t and simplicity mut place it ia the lead. We
are now making them, together with our usual lino ol
Wagons, liuggies and Spring
spection of goods and prices.
all its branches promptly
RICE & SON,
Groceries and Hariw are
Keep constantly on hand a
if these goods and they can oiler bargains in that line tha
eannot be obtained anywhere
will convince you oy giving
Furniture, Stoves and Tinware
We also carry a full
Both for heating and cooking.
Come and se our goods, get our prices and secure bargains'
rrar lira fur uwt
irt ait il a co
am t-alUIU'd uiy
Spring Wagons. Plows and everything
and In good atyle at the Lowest Price
V agons. Wo invito an in
and carefully done by compe
lecanu sKiuea work men.
3F0"W11 tSs Sons.
large and well-selected stocK
in Hay county Call and the
We have opened
uuu, in mo room i
one door west ol
the Hughes Hunk
a most complete &
and well selected
stock of the colebrated
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONIC
a vrrare1 aolrly Tor ih tort a)f Islnla
tllt Mililri nil nuMaalilnl. p
llir.MltinH4 aimiftlli ta h ntf rla raN.
rr "."lira wSi1i;ami.u ua1
I la H3uru prrfiiaiH' m M PirrraTtly rrll?VwUM
feRiaiul lllO(llfrllslaislia.al iu... ..... . .. ...
III i - lit lo lbu.(ttaua uam liabaw mi Mli
limn tllta aafrl. "
.sVtill luitrai-llatt tlrfR tn ltrrrUa Mttiiltiirv
Atla?r Mhlrk will b artil trv It aar al4iB
Kerrell t Femili Tonic is Reccaimendtd tf Decisis.
1 ran ht foryonr Fomala 'l onla. tlial 1 ha brrti u.nir It In n.
IMnu, A a l lt-ntie HtuuUl.-r It I. at. .. wiu.il.
of I ii-rlne Hi'intirrhav of 14 ) t-ari' Handluit. anol
(imltrDl Uiirrutaui uil turi'il. Ti.ti iimh-Ii ranuul bff
feWia by J)nijUU aul Ut-nltrt. I'rtro, $ I.
J. . MKatKi.!,!, IBI' O P'.'e nPTllont
BT. I.OIIM, MO,
X J J
D. WBiTRia, a. w. L. acuwnicr
WHITMER & CO.,
Livery & Feed
KICUMOND. . MISSOURI
Art) propaied at any and all timet
to accomodate the publio with
Will convey passengers to any polrl
desired at a moments notice. Horstr
boarded by day, week or month, on
Customers may rely on promptness,
good turnouts, sale horses and moder
mc n.no ri. -.- MO,
New Buggies and
Oal GroCc SLogI parm,
10HN A. HAYNES. Proprietor.
BininuMi), nu ,
Dreetler of 1'an Itril and Illch (Jiada
jminrteu man nowt'orrn
Recorded Poland-China Swina.
finoti Iiiithii1n;il, trootl cott-rs Bliil Rn1 wHt
Cri'i-H. ficni rrvuil tlm lieni Ol l iillle hi km-ii
liioiul. Mil. Ht'ttt. 21. lHttsl. 1 1 1' ml I'd liv tin liltrh
lrcil nrltwlnuliii! V'tiiiiLj Mitry Hull 'Jt link)
si nuuaiaua uano. aiu urvuuur uu-..
U h Ainu v
HtiM-k for null ni nil llmtn nt rtftonaMt trlei
YIMlora uiwaya WflomiH. l iill u:i r mMirena
62 JOHN A. HAYNES, Richmond, Mo.
Thoroughbred and OraJo
I have two throujclibred bulls for salu,
Btock on liaml iur salu at all tlmea,
Call at farm, 3 tnllns uorthwuat or Mor
ton, Ilay count, M and Inspect stmik
jor t oa-iouiee, unrion, no. oo
GEO, W. TALK
Btatnlar auU tsliipiier f I'ura liicil
I hurt aad on t tie cioiet an'mnla of th
most auirova4 uoilirw a ml lrieii Iiiist. nnna.
quently my bonl ia "ircl lo a very l.tkjb ala e ol
iirrit'tUm. block nl all fo and miwi brel
lor anie at an ai'inonaol tlie i-ar rru-aa rt-a
aouanle anil uuatilv ol KucIC accoinl lo none
Hlock rooi i 1 In A. I -C. U. Writ lo mi
lor priroa or cone mail f my berU. Addruaa
mm auova. 10
FAIRVIEW STOCK FARM
ISAAC H- ZIMMERMAN
I PKF.1KH Or
Young IIuIIh for iktle at ivasonahlH trlr?)t.
rinn"ix much uortsiwiwi of hiio&vllle
uu Ma As-
Health fs Wealth.
Dr. J. C- Wesil Bene nl Bra Irea'ject,
A KiirtmnU'i-tl Kpccllli fr hlt'iU, illiiifv.
i""'i""i':v "t". n-ivinii iii-iii -aiia, i.t-iHUt-'iir
or I'dmrfo. w-iki'tiiliH ss. mna nlnif of lln-hr.
rt'MiliuiK Hi lii.H.inlti aiitl U-atilhtf tti ilfiith, ns
iiialiirt) olit it.'), hitiTi'iiiu'Mti, (if -hiwit hi
clllifr at'x, tiivdlimtaiy loa mi.l H.-inuiltr
riiiK-n fjutdi'U iy HVtT-f Xt-rili'll Ol Ulalll, Sfl1
ulmstj or on-r iiiil h!, ;'iiv. Kiii-ti (mix iii italn
(m iinaiura in-iiiitit-i.i. si a lt. or diUfi
iur ., m'iii ny hi .n ini;tia oit rect-tiil ol ih-k1'
roeiim Hiiy (mi. Willi m.-h on! it n-'-iv-.t f 4
lit ii('i.'iHiii:iniii ny avi, w will ifiul thu
HirvliUHi-r our tvi iu.-u Kii:in,nt'- lo rx'hmit ilm
iiiiMM-y ii mo iniiiiinill UiMli Uot (Jtlut'l ai-uitj,
uitoianiu'ia isstiu ouiy ity
JlHIS t WKNT aY (U,
MbM ' MkiII.ou ait., 1 Idrnau, 111 ,
rlna 4ta ffca
I.imfm, littrh mnd
af.'tVa, ilnrf raoT.
--VOUNA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM,
fearl Klfwxl atvl KtrlfvoT TrtMili Tit rlmnMnf flit
ttl.nvi all lu liaittirltm, MiriigilirDiui all parta
Of tht bo-iy.
h VOLINA COBniAl CURES SICK HEADACHE.
KTiralrU. rln In ih 1,1ml. fWk an1 Rlta. tf
touiD tb urf aa4 Mrfni liming tht rntim lea.
VOLIHA CORDIAL CURES DYSPEPSIA.
Irn1lrrtlfn antl OinrilrmttfHi, by aMInf th atlm
lUtlnirof tli Konrt thfnnli ttiflirijt action Of Utt
UHua' h i It crvatra a limit hy apili.
h VOLINA CORDIAl CURES NERVOUSNESS,
jVrrf"lon nf aplrlta nA Wtakoeat, hf aBllT0
iuf purl lonltlf lh "Taiem
volina conr.'Jii cures ovebworkeU
and fVIWi Wnn-n Pun? an aVklr (titMrr,
it iatt-llftiirui mt ; rtriilotit tu AcrDfral Tn
' Vollna JAltnan' and llary ,
fnr 17. A n 'intwtnf, vmni
aiHl if ful TkioR Ir-lltiia no ini'l
l)IK.rKM ai IIOMK in a ieaMnt. natural war.
Irtnllr-U mi rtx-rlpl of a Sc. poalaitr aiauip. Adlrf4a
VOLINA DRUC A CHEMICAL CO.
" BALTIMORK MO., U.S.A. -
C. B. 4 K. C. TIME CARD.
AltlUVK AT CARKOUsTON.
So, I. PwrniTf-r it Pa m,
No. 7. AcL'oiuinotliitlon 10;ia a. u
No. 1 rrMrOffiT 10:15 a. nf.
No. ft. A-omniotlrttlon. 4 4ft p. m.
No. 10. Htovk Kx press I O t. nu
No. inii'avrafiirnilllim Mnlunlan anit TiifJt
ilnvn mul arnvt'H at lltirhnuttin KninUys hw
WfiluriKtitya. All other trains daily escept
'GULF R3JTE" TIMECARD.
(UNIOM DEPOT, KANSAS CITY).
ffarrfannvllle ft Oarpoln avim. dallv tin nm
Min-limttrM & J..,ltii mall, daily 10 ma n
oii'iii'mis at aw urit'iuu exo, uauy : pm
Hrr1onvHI h Osceola apfom, dally... . 10 ronni
SitrlhLlli'ltl & Jaitllniliiill.tlrilly r: J ,ntl
Mt'w uritnuifi s iMi'iiuiiiia tsxit, tiauy.... :wam
J. K. LOOKWOOO, (Jen Pins. Aurnt.
II tf Kanwa City. MO.
DR. O. G. W. ADAMS,
DAVENPORT, I A.,
Vltapathic Sjstcm or Llfo
1 la rttrastnlhiarv rut-en which tills iVittm liaA
fin't'iro iiiive niiiiu'it'ii miuiii' hui'iiihh.
ir. At ; tin M il r m in iw vu r oiiravt w irtotil
hilirv or ttlllioiit st'i'lni; dii. Hi'iid loi-k of lift f
jki inroc a-cciu -tHHiriw. maiinii iwit hihi wt.
All Ins iiK'dlrlm-H ri irivi'li in loriiiw form.
nod tln-y I'liibmrn alt tluii ia ttiKKl to ail ptliec
yifm oi pntriicp.
h Ibi Jewelry Esuss ia
KANSAS CTTT, MO.
M B. WRIGHT,
Oth A Main Stmt.
THE POPULAR RAILWAY
' .OF THB CENTRAL STATES.
ST. LOUIS, INDIANAPOLIS,
CMIOACO, FORT WAYNE.
KANSAS CITY, COUNOIL BLUFF8
BT. JOSEPH, OMAHA,
DES MOINES, OTTUMWA,
Kmbraolna tb. FrlnctmU Point, or In. sis On.
luu, of MicblKui, Ohio. Iixllui llltnoi.. low.
.nu iMourt.wilo llruirii lido cr i
tloiu Cu uLov whim imt inoouoMd .Mn.
JHR0U6H SLEEPING flAR INES
Batwaan St Lnula and Now Torts, via Tnloilo; St.
LAuta and Iluaiou vim nlaaTars Pallia: Chloui
ud New York. vU Detroit and Nloirara Palla. i
U-uUa and Ht. i'akul and Minuxapoil. St. lula
and liiScuiui; Si. I.uuls unci Kanaaa Cltr
Loula and ftt Joaaph : tit IajuI anil Cuunril lllufra
and Omitlia, Si. lxjula and Ottuniwa: Ht. Louia
aud Tultx'n; St Lou, a and Potrolt , nhlrano and
Katui City. KuaK City and Uwa Muiuaa , Daw
run iug luuiaiiuputia.
THE BEST ROUTE
Via Dotmlt or Tolodo, to all parta of th
KAtTi Octroi tt Chlopaxo, Ottumwa or
Cea Molnea, to ail parta of tha NORTH via
IndianapwiiB. St. Louia or KunaaaOity, to all
parta of tha MOUTH via Kurt ait a Oity, att. Jo
aaph or Orrmha, to uu purta of tho WKST.
NO LINK CAN EQUAL THI OAR ERVIOC
CMAI WABASH VMS
it Inoluili-a Htnrtaoma Nrw L'uurtana, I.uiurtuua
Kith'bi Kuflliihiff Uh-klr Cara, Dm lluat kkjulitptxl
Dltilrnf Cra uu tho Uuiitlitoiit. tL lalual mid tuoait
El.-ui.ui Pullman and H Y. C blooliitf Cut, th4
Si-ioiidld and NuvbI Mauu Duudulf Cavra
Pa.ucu WoMdrutT bieoiug Cara.
EVERYONE WHO TRAVELS 5"
Biaka a t..rtlon of bis iourimy, or all. ii rsaihla,
ovar tha WABAi-J HT. I.OUIB ft PACIFIO EY.
Any Coupon Tirkat Aicunt in lhe Onitd bLatna or
CuuoU will cll veil ticketa via tliu tlj a m m atij
ai'd telva all duairetl tuforiuation VV HBAvH
Ifuf MaMa, 'i luia bltn. ti... wriu lo
F. CHANIHtt, Gan'i Psisi.inii Ticket Afent,
ST. LOU'S, MO.
USED DYTKEEE3T rUNMQS
jo taroflrt for trial, pot-rud, 14 LcnU
IVtSON, BLAKCilAfl, T AVI Off. A CO.,
JL J ni.d ILi inuy, Naw York.
Afal r H t
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Compiled from Yarlottt Aovrecta
Rlit has ailirirnRtrd ahnala of nzntla-
tinn bolivorn tlio I'ovreri trt the wttlctneot
Ot the tiultcarlan question.
Mh. C.i.KVCLtwn will glvo a lunchoon
on tho 13Hi at half past ono o'rlork to
about thirty young Ift-iiR of Wftahlngtotv
Tm Imllana Mtiprriinc I'ourt d -eld ml that
flronn Hmith. Homooratio claimant to the
Ltoutrnaut-UoTornoratiip. had no atandlng
Ho. F. M. Cora nix woa renominated
fnr Unltfl Statoa Hen at or from Miaaourl
on the 6th by the democratic caucua at
Canirba. of unimilord workman aa
denlhlfil in fmnt Of Hit nfttiwa of the lioral
Government Hoard at London on the tth,
and domanded relif.
the Vienna ror reft nond en t nt the t.ondoa
firnm rontradirta tho ataHemnnt thai an
than co haa bnon oalerml lato betwoan
Humhi aua 4ruany. .
Bomb minrrcnnt exploded drnamltoon
the rahlo mni at Httn Kranclaeo. dolnff
con dcrnnie rtamano ana creating wiue-
Vtv. H. RiniAHnnnM, Editor of tho -
rv at Towann, Mil., haa boon fin od
tW nnd aentnred to two yearn tn tha
poijfontlary for )tbMln7 circuit Jude.
KiirrHirfTrsnRxt or lSmVAfio Coi.il-
N.t.1 of Miaaourt dooUrea himself hnv
eo itvorallr nnnoaod to teachlntf anf inn-
r-jHtje nut iiiijfiin in tne cominou country
It Kdlnbureh the Jtarrhionoaa of
Queenihury haa bcirun suit fnr divdrca
apainat hor btiaband. tho Marquii of
Vuoenabury, whose rulca the haa bocoma
OrRRAL RL'PEHINTKXIiKNT Jamipom of
the railway mail service hita rocoired in
formation that four toon piurhoaof letter
mail and about a trunk-load of pnpor mail
wore burned in tho recant wreck at 1 ti
ll n, O.
ACTINO HKCliT.TAKf Of Till !TRtOtl
Wi-Ltntow has diabarred Joseph M. Wal
lace, of Itatild City, Dak., front practicing
as an attorney before the Interior Depart
ment or any of ita bureaus and local land
J .t mrs EnwAKti Nfwt,if, the perpetrator
of tho horrible mnrdorof Oeo. A. t'odman,
was arraigned in the Koinersville tMitsa.)
police court on tho 7th, and pioaded not
ginltr. lie was committed witbuut ball
Tnii ftoiiond Ooinptrollor hi daridod that
an enllated aoldier diachnrjoi before tun
bipiration of his term, because of disa
bility reaultlnir from sunstroke, i enti
tled to bounty tho same as if the disability
woa tho result of a wound.
Tim Pronch Aeademyhas resolved to pe
tition tho gorornment to revoke the do
creecxpollinT tho Pu,o d'Aumalo, on the
pround that ho prnrod his patriutiam by
his ffiftto Franoe or tue unantuiy ostawi.
A favorable reply ia expected.
Amoxo the petitions and memorials pre-
Hentpd to the Uultea Htatns Hnate on the
th Were quite a number praying for an
appropriation, and tn some ouaes asking
eiied'-Hnite sum of HOtt, to enable; colored
sittzons to emigrate to Liberia.
Tuc Poccmber lira loss in tho United
Btatos and Canada Is cstlmatoi at $11,
auMMC), and the loss during 11 AtlllA,-
01 4 MM). Tbi i largely in exoeaa of
previous figure, both as regards the
tnnnth of lecembor and the year Just
TnB President his approved the new
rules which wore submitted to him by tho
t'ivil-Horvlco f'omniistloner, under which
rb'rkaof all the iowar gradoi in the New
ork custom house will be nliirible
coin petition for promotion to the higher
A Wahhinoto?! dispatch states that
Hopreaentatlvn Farquhar, on tho part of
tho Printers' Union. Is opposinjr the con
firmation of Puhllo Printer lle:iedlat, and
that tho opposition is based entirely upon
the ground that Air. liencdiot in not
A ci,otK friend of lr. McUlynn Bays that
he la informed by a letter from Rome that,
as a solution of the MeUlynn matter,
which attracts unprecedented interest in
church circles there, the doctor will proba
bly be offered the presidency of the
American College lu Home.
Mr. Fhavk-B McDdxai.d. sin of ex
PenaUr McDonald, of Indiana, died lu
Washington on the 7th of heart disease.
He hud been for some ycara a clerk in the
Treasury Department. The remains wore
taken to Indiana for burial, in ohnrffo of
Mr. Colvtlle, the brolhor-in-law of the
Tna customs receipts for December
were f ln.3:il,87M, or about tt.onu.UX) more
than in December, iwft; internnl revenue
receipts were t,MH,M almut A0.oli less
tliAtt In December, 1PM.V Government ex
penditures during December wore f 1M&V
714, or about n,5)0,uuu mora thuu iu De
cern her, 1SS5.
Tin House committee on publio build
in tr a and grounds haa ngicd to make an
additional allowance of .,h,K0 for the
building at Terra Haute, Ind., making a
totitl appropriation of $178,010 for that
building, and increased the appropriation
for tho public building at Denver, L'ol.,
from .W1,UUU to f.S7D,UUL
Tbi.B(rams from Buenos Ayrns, nf the
ltd, announced that during tho precoding
twenty-four hours fifty-six new cases of
cholera and twenty deaths occurrsd. Dur
ing the last month, 70 cases and U-Yj deaths
wore reported. In Meudoia, during tha
twenty-four hour there were forty-three
cases and twenty-throe deaths.
Tub President has approval the bills to
extend the free-delivery svstein of the
PosM)Blre Department and modify the
postal money order system; also the act
pntviding fur a public building at Kpriug
tk'ld, Muss., and the act for thu relief of
the survivors aud relatives of the victims
of the Jeaonette Arctic expedition.
Thskb is still on deposit in the United
Kittles Treasury to aocuro circulation of
National banks the sum of f3intt,4r0 in
called thrce-p'ir-cent bonda which have
matured. Those bonds are held by i9ri
banks and all included in cull from the
13 M, which matured February 1, 181, to
and including the 144th, which matured
Tub issue of standard silver dollars
from the mints dunni the week eudoi
Decern tier 31, was VU,tVli; during the cor
responding K)riod of last year, UTti.rtM.
The shipments of fractional silver cmn
during December aiuouutei to ftJ7.4i5.
Tho coinage at the mints during December
amouuted tofl.U.tJ, of which $2,501,11
were standard dollars.
Is the National Unuse of Representa
tives, on the iih. Mr. Hatch, of Missouri,
J!;d a petition from the Grand Lodge of
thi' Independent Order of Good Templars
of Missouri ttsbinj for a favorable con-
Buierrttiou uud early passage of the Heuute
bill granting to the peoplu of the District
of Columbia thu ri:hl to determine by
U'tliot whutlir iiitoxi'-'Uting liquors may
hereafter Imi legally manufactured and
sold ut said District or njt.
Tub total revenue of tho United Btatos
frcm ull seurcoi for the ft rat half
ef tin current fltcul year endrd Documbor
lil, InnI, wore(lJ.lVvl tkjr, or uoarly 14,u"lI.
tM mere than during Ihd first half of
luo pivcciliu- ttac.il year. Kxptmdi-
tiireu fur tho Ural half of thu current
y.ur were I-M14.M,M'J, ugainat flUH.V7;i3
tiuring lllii lrt half of lNo M. liieae tig-
t:tus uiduaie a net revenue ot excels of
l-eie.p's ubuve uxpcudlturea uiu.untiug to
7o,uai,(uu during tue arl nail of IU cur
ruiit aevai year,
PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
Tub President has signed the bill au
thoriilng the construction of a bridge
across the ht, Louis riVor between Minne
sota and Wlaeonain.
ThU President resurriei his Hfticlal d title
on the 4th. Me was still suffering from
rheumatic pains, but seemed to be Improv
ing steadily. He had a long Interview
th the Civil Hcrvice Commissioners, and
subsequently received Comptroller Tren
holm. The regular Cabinet meeting waa
held In the afternoon, all the members ex
cept .secretary Lamar being in at tea dance.
Cn a ni.BL H. Khrrrili. who died quita
suddenly in Washington on the night of
the .VI. has been one of the notable figure
lu the capital for more than a quarter of a
century. Ho ta spoken of In obituary no
tices as tha "attorney" of tha central and
Hou thorn Pacific rail road a Me waa tn
reality the head of tho TranBConttnrntm
railroad lobby, and bad be-n tho truste.l
agent IA Washington of Huntington, Stan
ford and Jayttould fora great, many years.
Tub Comntrol or of the Currency trrt the
4th lathed a tnll npotf the N tit ton ft I banltft
for a statement of their condition ra le-
Tna Illinois legislature convened on the
Mh, and Witiinm F Calhoun. HepublkraAV
waa elected H nearer or ma Hon so. CalrB
C. Johnson waa the Democratic nominee.
Gehiiakd Gori.BBR, aged one hundred
years, died at Kfllngham, II)., on the 5th.
Tub North Carolina Legislature assem
bled at Raleigh on the &th.
Jon Il i ac ii, the shipbuilder, It 1b
thought, can not live mora than a few
weeks at the outside.
Tub Jmtmnt tt St. PrtfrabHra scouts the
Idea of Prince Alexander returning to
Bulgaria as ruler,
A oTnRHctrrmnr renouncing truonovan
Kossa haa been issued by tho Fenian
Fiftt-six rioters were sentenced at
Dublin on the Mh to terms of Imprisonment
ranging from twelve to eighteen months.
Heciirtarv Lavar was married at Ma
con, Go., on the Mh, to Mrs. William 8,
Holt, of Mucon, and departed for Msford,
Miss., en routo to Washington.
Albxainkrco, who attempted to assas
sinate Premier Bratiauo at Buchnreat,was
sentenced on the fita to twenty years'
The Hiver and Harbor hill has been com
pleted in committee at Washington and
Among the" petitions prfsentod to Con
gresf) oh the: hih were several hftttesttng
against the itd option of the conference re
port on the Inter-mute Commerce bill.
EWi'ekor William has written a warm
letter expressing his feeling toward the
army on the occasion of the eightieth an
niversary of his entrance into the military
Tub Massachusetts Legislature or
ran it 3d on the &ih with the selection of H.
J. Hoard man as president of tha Ben a to,
and Clias. J. rtoyas aa Bpeakter oi tne
A f imb at HetvldcrOf N. tT destroyed a
nnaaenartlr nfld bfieLTiio'e ertr Ml Did Lellltfh
t Hudson Hiver railroad on the iiigbt of
the 4th. Three employes were aslcip in
the cars wheu the HrO broke out. They
bnrely escaiwd with their lives. The Are
was caused by nn overheated oil can.
Pastor Downs' suit against the Bowdotn
Square (Boston) Church for arrears of
salary, has been decided in his favor. The
amount due Is yet uncomputod.
Anot'T aeventy-Ave members of tha
Delta Kappa Epsilon college fraternity aa-
em tiled rtt VV Ulanl s uotol, Washington,
on the bth, And 6a to rod upon tha four
teenth annual convention of the society.
Over thirty colleges sent dulogatos.
Tub Mkiuners Company offers to sell Its
Irish estates to its tenants.
TnEMichitTan LcirtaUituro convened on
the tVth with a full attendance. Tha He-
publican caucua nomiueos wore olectod.
Chas. J. Monroe bocoinlng president pro
tern of the Senate and 1. W. Jdackcy,
Speaker of the House. Contest of two
seats in the Hons- of Representatives
Tns General Assembly of Colorado con
vened on the Ath. T. B. Htowart was olect-
cd Spcakor of tha House, aud Hon. Goo.
M. Chileott president of the Hon a to.
Ovrh six hundrod lenthermon, em
ployed in various tanneries in Newark, N.
J., struck on thi Mh In obedience to tho
orders of the Knights of Iabor. The
atriko is more for an equalization of wages
than for an advance.
Dumas the Minnesota Legislature, In
joint session, on the Mb, Governor Hub
bard delivered his farewell addrese. re
viewing the remarkable growth tn popula
tion and wealth or tne biate during tha
five years he has tnld tho office. The In
auguration of Governor Met! Ill followed,
T.ib news of the nomination of William
M. H tew art by tho Nevada Legislature to
succeed Mr. Fair in tho Uuitod mates
Hon ate, cause 1 some surpriso at the Na
tional Capital, but was gouerally received
with expressions of favor.
. Di'ncax Hniffem, advertising agent,
New York, has failed, with liabilities of
nearly $100,000, and practically no asset.
A natural gas explosion at Youngs-
town, O , on the 6th, destroyed $100,000
worth of property.
Jamks E. Noi.ix has confessed to the
murder and mutilation of Codraan, near
Jjexingtou, Mm 3.
Aorn'Ts of rrntice in Kgynt havo been
ordered to foster French comtnorce as
much at possible.
GUVRHNOR UAHUAttt-RRS message WBS
delivered to the Legislature at Jefferson
City on the 71 h.
Iiib Marquise do Roys committed sui
cide at Pans nn the 0th, by throwing her
self from a wiudow, beiug insane on ac
count of her husband's death.
W n rat of an excellent quality and supe
rior weight has boon exported by Russia
from tho Caucasus.
Govrrnoh Boowri.i. of Maine and Gov
ernor Ames of Massachusetts were in
buku rated on tho 6th.
A Canaiha tug has been seiied at Cape
Vincent for towiug American boata in
Ame riean wlers.
A nitRAK-rr of the Canndian Cabinet is
thought probable, owing to the fishery
troubles and the recent elections.
Hx. T. P. Bashaw haa been appointed
United Btatos distnc tatiorney for the
Kaatern district of Missouri, vice Bliss,
LSta.i iiocb. at present Colonial Hoc rotary
In the British Cubinet, has accepted the
ofttce of ISucretary of V ur.
Mrs. Katb Ikrht, widow of the Cuban
millionaire, proposes to sue several Now
York puiHra for slander.
Pa kn ei. t. proposes to move a vote of cen
sure of the government for Its course to
wards the Clanrirarde tenants.
Hon. J. W. Ai.riani;:k waa formally
elected Bpeaker of the Missouri Mouse of
Representatives on th 6th.
Tub New York Chamber of Commerce
has declared itself opposed to the long
and-short-haul and pooling provisions of
the inter oUite Lommerce bill.
It ia slated that Ruxsia is to build mor
forts on the Austrian frontier.
Mas. Wh. Birhmnx committed suicide
at Cincinnati on the tit h.
A cox vestios oi miner and operators
ia called to meet at Columbus, O., rebru-
arv &, to settle prices for another your,
Pitor. Joseph Ton so, a celebrated violin
ist, and composer of the "Arkansas Trav
eler," died ut Covintou, Ky., ou the nth.
General Cms ton B. Fiskb presided at
a meeting of the Board of Indian Commis
sioners ut t ashington, on the oih,
which reports were made of the various
churches aud societies supporting Indian
schools and missions in the United Mutes.
Mka. Cleveland had. a crowded recep
tien on the Mh. from noon until
o'clock, and received again in the green
parlor. Hhe wore a highly becoming
French gown of dark blue noweie
foulard, with garnet velvet panels and
Bp:imah incltet ot ecru Irish lace.
Tub Republican congressional conven
Uon at f.au Clairo, Wis., on the mh, noiu
uutcd Uugh J. Price for the short terra
and Nela P. liauten for the long term,
made vacant by the deutb of the late Con
gresHUiau Prito. Tho nounuoa for tho
short term is a sou of tho latter.
(ioriiKNuH Om.xuHT's biennial nieaaa.ge
was trauamiited to thellliuois Leg.slatur
ou the bth.
Bisuuf Wattekox, of Columbus, O.
haa arrived at Rome.
Tub Norliiertt Pacitle shops at Kargo,
Dak., were burned uu the 7tU, eutailiutf
New Ydi;k ia threatened with a coal
famine, owiog to the trike uf tuo tivw
Jomoy wal UyavurJ,
Trb papal oonsiatory haa btm posV
poned till the early part of March.
Tub Vatican la debating tha KnlghU of
Irftbor question In America.
FIrr destroyed the machinery ahorwof
thfl Hhovfe Island Horseshoe works At
Protidence, R I., on the fth.
I'riki Aibxanufr iff Bat ten berg an
Bounces that he Is abodt to make A pro
longed tour In Kgypt.
Ai explosion occurred at the North Chi
cage gas works on the 7th, by which four
men were more or less Injured.
Jon Tati.or fell Into a mash tub at
Rolph'a Vinegar works, at Louisville, Ky.,
on the 7th, and waa scalded to death.
Tub inquest Into tho cause of the BalM
more Ohio disaster at Republic, O., waa
begun at Tiffin, U., on the 7th.
The Marquis of gueenaborry, It la said,
will not deny the charges made by his
iro In her suit for divorce.
K. HoTnaciiti.n ft How, manufacturers,
Cincinnati, with branches ia HL I-ouia,
annas City and Chicago, hare made an
assign me rL
Cn in Jt?Tir Pmiiosj retirinfM ft de
Mai.m at Montreal, Can-, On the 7th, soa
Uining the decision of tho Judge Wh
committed H ike, the PfoYtA forger And
esibeaikr, for extradition.
It haa ben laarueo at Atlanta, era. mat
tho British Government has refused td
allow the Gate City Guard to enter Eng
land, bearing arms, on their proposed
Thb fourth annual banquet Arid eelebra-
tton of the Kighth of January was hold at
Columbua, O., on the night of the 7th, un
der the auspices of the Jackson Club.
Krsst Rhus.' brewery at Chicago was
destroyed by Are on the 7th.
Tub funeral servicee of Bishop Potter
took place at Old Trinity church, New
York, ou tho Tin, and the remains were
taken to Poughkeepsio for Interment
tfAWRfl AcnEsn, Who chlheiiiort bu.iw
rom tha Hotel Floeence At Pullman, III.,
was son to m Vd On the 7th Uf pay a fine at
un and to five months' imprisonment.
MiasOl.MB Browrr, of MtddlctfwA p.
. has been committed to an Insane asy
lum, her Insanity botng caused by slaoder-
ous fcporta aid to havo been circulated
Mr. Maciii, tho Brooklyn druggist,
hose throe children recently died ol
malignant sra all-pox, diod on the 7th in
Two miners. Joaoph Perry, arod soyen-ty-three,
and Robert Price, aged nlKty flve,
wore round starred on tna morning oi ar
tth In their misorablo abode In a baa em an 1
atlO RLehst etfet, Philadelphia, when
thev had lived more than thirty years.
Tub committee on rules of the Mouse el
Representatives haa resolved to report tc
that body a resolution aettlng apart a dai
for the consideration of tho judiciary
commtttco'B substitute far the Edmunds
Jim Jones, colored, was hanged at ene-
true. La , on tho 7tn, ror toe muraer oi
mm a Edwards, his paramour, whom he
shot In a fit of Jealous rage in November,
Jones was calm and Beir-posseased
on the gallows. He admitted having shot
tho Wo (nan. Ml heels wna not broken.
death resulting from strAtlgtllatlooi
Tn the flonate on the H Mr. Cut lorn (TIL)
made appropriate remarks concerning Amato
Logan, deceased, at the conclusion oi wnicn hm
Rcnale adhximnd aa a mark of reaped.... Irt
the House aeommnnlcalton from Hoa. A
Hewitt was tesd announcing that Be Baa
warned his Malgnstion to tha Governer of New
York. Adjourned tn renpoet to tha aiemury el
St tialof UiKiirt- ufiuf itNiinif rt marits ay ijob
T tUm. Bmant nn tht. Sth S HUBlbef ef MpefB
en various subjects were presented by the pT
siding ollioer. A mil waa reporwMi uu
granting a pension oi jcar u -
of General John A. Logaa. Roaolutlons wore
offered calling fof Information i one, as to the
indnhtn.lnnaa of tlio Paellte ratlrwd eompaniea,
creating a lively dlaeuaaloa. The eoa'arenoe
report on the luur-mate woasweiww "V
taken up. m uie Hnuin mo . k
ncnt improvement of lhe Krle an Oswego oa
nala waa called up and debated. The Indlaa
Appropriation bill was paaaea, as was aiao tut
Military Academy Approprtstlan blU
Id the Acflnte on the itb a number of memo
Mala were Introduced, loue In favor, some op
posing, thr Inter Bute Oomtnsros bllL A hill
waa Introduced for relief of the belra of Cap La Is
Crawford, who waa killed by the Mexicans. A
ruaolutlon waa paaaed oaillng for the report oi
the Board of EngtueRra on the SL Louis bridge.
The Pavilie railroad lode bled ueaa waa cob
Sldcrfld. Tha btll passed giving Mrs. Mary
wan, widow of Genera. John A.
Logan, a pen alon of ftf.iin a yenr. The penaloa
of lhe wulow of General Fraak P. Blair wai
ralacd from flfty do Liar a a month to aXUOO a
year In the House the quoittoa of canal
Improvement wna dlscuaaed. T"ho Pctuion Ap
propriation bill waa pciaed. The Naval Ke
orgunixxtlou bill waadiaoussod In oommlltee of
1M the Senate on the Tth nunonslraneei
sgalnat, and petitions in favor of the Intcr-Staw
Lorn mc roc bill were presented. A Dumber ol
bills on the private calendar were paaaed. The
loter Htale Oommeroe bill waa laid over until
the loth. The bill for a school of inatructina fot
cavalry aud light Infantry at Fort Uilcjr, Haa..
waa amended and paaaed. Two relief bill
werepaiaed. Adjourned until the loth Ia tht
House the Senate bill amending the actprovld
Ing for the aale of the Hae and Kox, and Iowa in
dlan reservation In Nebraska and Kanaaa wai
paused. Aftr an unaurrvaaful effort by Mr
Hun-It (Mo.) to rcanine con aider at len of the bIL
minima- a department of sgrlt-ulture, the
House went Inte rommltlre of the whole on
tbe private calendar. Beveral private bllli
were paaaed, and at the bIrLU aesatoa a aunt
ber of penalon bllla were paaaed.
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
sfortx A. Mautis, waa inrutni rated Gover
nor of Kansas on the loth at Topeka for hie
stxtind term, six ex-Governors being in at
tondaiico and takiug part in tho ceramontea.
A OKMEnAL t4o-uo of the Conaolidalad
florae ntilroatls, at Boston. Muss., occurred
on the loth, pursuant to the action of the
meeting of employes.
At Ortonville, Minn., a short time ago.
Mr. and Mrs. King were found In bod ap
parently dead aud tho house full of eoal
gaa. fcvery thing was done to resuscitate
hem and Mr. King may rally and recover.
Ilia wifu was dead.
A kbcint Osyka, Miss., special said that
Ike H rum field, colored, waa hanged by an
unknown mob. The negro, it waa stated.
resided across the Bute line tn Louisiana,
but was brought across the line and
lynched. Tho cause of the hanging wee
Johx Roach, the great shipbuilder, died
at New York on the loth of cancer of the
Tub jury tn she Hamilton train wrecking
case, at Wyandotte, near Kansas City, after
having the c-aae given to lhe in on the Rth
were still undecided on the morumg of ths
Tn eke was a moderate earthquake at
Charleston, H. C, about 7:W p. m., on the
101 h. It waa sharp enough to be generally
felt, but the vibrations were not severe and
lasted but a few seconds,
Tub boiler of a Panhandle locomotive
blew up at Deo :i i son. O., recently just aa it
started acmtsa lhe Gaudeubulten bridge.
lhe engineer, fireman and conductor
aped without serious injury. 1 ho engine
woa a total wreck
Vf.kgho Rrni.iNo ft Co., of Chicago, ex
tensive dealers in druggets' sundries and
assigned recently. Liabilities, $1UU,.
assets not stated. TAe failura occv
moucd great surprise.
Rev. L. G. Nietibl, of the Trinity
Lutheran Church, in Obhkosh, Wis.
cently anuounced from the pulpit that he
would pre whtt sermon devoted entirely to
the Knights of Labor, and if, after that the
members of his church persisted in belong
n g to tho order, he would expel them from
Ji-pckJoiin H. RiKiEHi, justice of thecir
siit onurtef Cook County, waa iiuving a
out in a dry gooas store on htate street,
( hicngii, recently, when he suddenly fell
; o t lie floor in an apoplm-t ie At, gsvo two or
three guitps aud woa dead.
Ai.H'B Gates, the well known comleottera
iuger, died recently at Uie roaidvuc uf ber
huslutiid ut Philadelphia, Pa- Hhe hod
wasted away greatly uudcr a pmuful cuui-
pucaimu ui uisaowj.
In the Keuate oa the PHh the time was
;ni.cipa)ly taken up with lengthy nrtru-
iicut ou the Inteibl.-ttti Ceuiuieree iiiLi,
Seuatont Bm-k and Culluin speaking in favor
ii it uud M n at or Htaufurd oKoiuat it, ATHr
which the Bcnaie adjuurmHl. lu the liuuae
t uuuiWr of bills were introduced tiuduA'
w t'U QiM9t aatl rvlvrroti,
MISSOURI 8TATC HEWS,
The A tale Ieglstatara.
TrrB Aenate was sailed to order by Ueatew
ant-Governor Morehouse oa the Sth. Prayer
was offered by Dr. Glerlow. H. L. flray wae
appntnted temporary aeeretary; J H. DaTtataefk,
tninute elrk. and W. C. Arltna. Journal rlertL
The Aettsfon-ereei were then stb ta M .
f ndg Sherwood, and after ttrle fevmatMy state
beea observed ftw SVnaste eri)otfreri to the SUV
, , . - The Mntiae waa eatledto ertW by rbfH
(leFb Hetrttey. Pmyer waa eOred by Rey. J.
M. Bonn. hf. SJ. H. Prmrlaw, f Bactiaaan.
waa elected temporary Upenker and W. P.
Ilentlfv waa ehnaea tmwwwry el era. Tlie aam
of office waa then admlnlatWd to $tm R-ajre-
sentatlvea-eleet by Jndtre R. H. mtrvm. of tea
AirpTwme Own, Mr. BuehBer. ol Raa. waa
the only mrmbev ahaeaL The Hoa a tha aa
Jnttrned Until the Sttt.
IB tne rtenate rm tne nn tne pemnnina emmr
aartoiineed the following committee oa rwleet
Mraara Harmon, of JohaarvM ; IVrvnttaavof Iwta :
HtmratL of Tlay: Claycaimh, ef Jasaer. end Me
flltiDla. of AL Loala. The Henat tta-w proeeed-l
toeffeet a permanent onraaliatlosi with that
followlnar result: Prea1oat pro teas.. ParrM A
Pike; seeretary. A. A, fher, rt Cape fHrar
rtiaa; aaaUtant secretary, H. L. Gray, of nonaei
bttlrlal reporter, A. C. Inmate, at Cole; et
rearrt at Brms, Ashley W. Rwing. of Onie;
chaplain. Mev. C. J. Vandeventer, of Bnehanaai
Aenr-keepef, Jseoh L. Amita. f Lftawte:
folder and . BKBsewajaa, BfS Waa. el
hft Madrid: pageav Chertee Wmatoav,
of Coi'l ftamtdtre, of SL LotHa. and Mar
Shall rergilliea AL Clair. Messrs. Woods
and Jaroba were Spl.ted a commMtee u
wait npon the Governor a4 raform hlai thai
the Annate bad completed Its BavBaoetit onranv
Iratlnn and waa reariy to receive any commta
hlcaliOB he might l ah lo preaenL The ape
rial comfntUee on roles made their report-
rem mil lee waa thee appointed to report h
number of cmptore Reeded by the Reaste
The House waa called to order by the Rpeaket
pro m. A reanlBtloa was aoopted taetraea
Ing the Adjutant-Geaeral fe Are e aelute
of thirteen guna oa January farkaoo'f
dayl. The House thea proceeded to eAee
permanent nrganliatloa, which reanlted as MS
lowsl Apeaker, J. W. Alexander; Hpeaker gel
tetn., i, J. Rnsaellt chief clerk. Turner 01
Horehnekle: assistant, O. B. Olmatead: enroll
ing clerk. J. A. Turner: engrnaalRg clerk, W. H.
FaaaN: frsTaBt-Bt-arfl)S. M. A. Allitater; enor-
kowper. W. U Dhnn; official reporter, R. P.
Thompson; chap fate. Rev. j. M. Boooe. CWtv
mRteea were appolated 19 Inform the Oeverane
that the Honae was organized end ready tn re
reive any eotnmuateattoa from (Aani ne relea.
sod to Inform the Senate of the onraMamUoo of
the Honae. After tranaacttoe of aonte auaas
unimportant bnalnesa the Honae adjoamed.
In the ftettate oa the 7lh. after the tranaactmsi
of routine bualMaa. a nam her of bllla aad reat
lutlnna were in trod Bred, among them the fol
lowing: Amending laar relative to prohibiting
stock from running at lamet to enforce onatt
tut tonal provision prohibiting otrers ef the
fttate, eonnty and manic Ipal ties froaa aeeept
(tig railroad paaaea; pmhibtting the woralng ol
rhlldren under the ae of fourteen year ht
wnrkshopat repealing art of 1RSV eataav
llshlnga branch pealtentlary: resolatlon swb
mltting a prohibitory amendment to a vote of
the people, November, MM; ahotiahlnR tbe con
tract Titem of worklnv convtcta. The Gover
Bors roeaaage waa received, read and orderedl
printed. After meeting ta joint sesskm vital
the House to cast up the vote for Auperlav
tendent of Aehools SOd Hall road Cotnmlaakm-
er, th i 8-nate adjourned till the toth Ia
the House petltlona from all coon t tea In the
flute, except Wnrren and Gaseonade, were
fire sen ted by the varum repreaentativea, ask
ng for the submiaaton to tha votera ef a
eonat'ttittoaal amendment prohibiting the
manufacture And sals of la tox tree
ing dtinka. A anmlier of Mils were
Introduced, after which the Governor' a meaaaan
waa received and read at length. A resolatlon
aras adopted ordering six tbouaaed copies,
printed' la Kngllah and three thousand SB Ger
man. At htWBl o'clock the members of the Aevt
ate arrived, and la Joint eeeetoa the vote faw
Htate officers at the late election was eaavaaaed.
Upon the report of the eosnrotttee appointed te
examine the returns, the Bpeaker formally de
clared W. B. Coleman elected Superlnteodemt
ef the Public Schools for the term of fowr yean,
and i, B. Breathitt elected Rallroavd Coasmaav
aloner for the term ot six years. The Joint ses
sion waa then declared dlaaolved. Mr. Melnlyre
Introduced a bill to provide for the onraaisaUoa
of the military foreea of the State and to pro
vide a fund for the mainteiuaoa oi tteaaao.
Adjourned till the luth.
The wholesale grooery house of W. P.
Kemper, in HL loula, was damaged by Are '
a few days ago to the extent of $40,000.
Hon. Lucius Balis bury, ov innwo
County, is the oldest member nf tbe Hnosav
He nerved hie first term lo lttt, aVBsi hae
since boon elected eight times.
There la considerable talk about Intro
ducing a bill authorising a fourth State)
normal achooL Tbe move cornea from
Southwest Missouri, and should ft prove
tuccessful Carthage will expect the Insti
tution. Governor Marmaduke haa granted a res
pite to James A. Pay ton. sentenced to bo
hnnjred In Christian County on the 14th, to
Milton Tootle, one of the leading eitlxene
of Western Missouri, died at Bt, Joseph a
few daya ago from paralysis, at tbe age or
sixty-four. He had nearly three bbIIIIob
Jollars invested in cattle ranches and dry
Adam unman pleaded guilty in the
Louis Criminal Court to manslaughter
and was aent to the penitentiary for four
rears. He killod August Tschoffen last
Truman U. Post, D. D., the father of
Congregational ism In Missouri, died as
his residence in HL Louis a few days ago,
sged aeventy-alx year.
The establishment of the Crown vinegar
snd Preserving work in BL Louie was bad
ly damaged by Are a few eight ego.
Je tier ao a city Is bow ill am in a tea wiui
electricity. This la only one of the many
m prove men l made since the last aeaaion.
The electric light plant la a home enter
prise, owned principally by W. W. Wag
ner and 1. C Fisher.
A coroner's jury at Kanaaa City held
Maggie Reed, a colored woman of ill-re-pule,
for the murder of Morn Greets,
colored newsboy, aged fourteen, whoa
the subbed fatally in quarrel over a
handkerchief, a few evenings since.
The receipt Into the State Treaaury
through the office of the Beerelary of
ritate for the year iHAft and 18HA are a
follow: Tax on corporations created in
Ikh. tiM.ftui); tax on corporations in 18M
M3..U5; tax on notaries in lMhfi, gJ.ViS; tax
on notaries tn IMA, feea, 1WV &,n;
reea, IMA, ItvHnd, Tutei for two years, $,-
William Kennedy, who wee releaaed
from the penitentiary at Jefferao City a
few davs aso. retuned home Lo St. Louia.
and within three hour of his arrival
there was in custody for burglary, being
The river are bridged with ice.
During the peat two year there have
been incorporated in the State an manu
facturing and buainesa companies; M
bank; 6rt building and loan associations;
14 benevolent aad religious association;
il railroad com pauses; 3 telephone coot
pa uie v, I insurance company, end A treat
com pun tea.
Mr Lucy Parsons, wife of one of the
Chicago Anarchists was ia BL Louia re
cently, endeavoring to Are the Socialist!
heart, and advertised a meeting at Mer
cantile Library HaiL The audieaosdid
not materialise, however, and Lucy
"foldd ber teal like the Arab, aad silent
ly sto!e sway."
The Governor ha announced that aa will
not pardon Emmet King
Mr a. Celeaa B- Shannon eoBtmitted sui
cide In BL Louis a few days ago, repairing
to the cellar of ber dwelling to oo tbe
deed, and whoa her remains were found
a big black cat waadrlnking the blood that
had (lowed from an ugly gash she bad
made ia her throat.
Conrad Hunger, A German. fotHy years
ot 7e. and sibgle, employed aa a carpen
ter at the Anhttuser-fiuach brewery, in St
Louis, was almost instantly killed a few
days ago while at work oa one of the eonv
pauy's new tee-houaea. In some uaao
countable maunor two beams fell upon
him, crushing hia head in a (rightful man
ner. By recent election JeflVron City de
eidej to bocvRse a city of the third elaaa
Ruperintendent of Education Coloinae
has prepared hi report to the General Aa
aumbly. Me saya that tbe rorenl acboaiJ
year waa marked by many Uu prove meat,
but the advancement woe achieved au:ra
through iho energetic la bora of thoae tc
whoutwu committed it exevutioa toaa
to Lhe adaptability uf th present Law.
A candidate for Woat Point will peso
IocUmI fur the Eighth Congressional dis
trict by competitive examinatiua at the
Mtsilaaphy svheoliii tL Uui a die bjij