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JIM C. ANDERSON, Editor and Proprietor.
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RICHMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1887.
jBSTBACTS OF TITLE.
I hare nil (lie Abstract BooVa bclonr
Ipjt lo themtata ol tlx lute Oeorpi N.
McUee. and am now prepared lo lurnl.b
oomplfto ab.lracli or all Inarin In NaT
county. T. N. LAVKI.OCK.
J KB BALL,
Attorney at Law,
Also Proftpoullnjc Attorney o( Ray
roimly. Oftic in oiirt homk Bual
. naw promptly aucndnl to.
J W. HHOTWKLL, .
Attorney at Law,
Will attend promptly tr, . huslneal
entrusted lo til. earn, ufllce Id building
auutli ol iho Democrat offic.
J O, HAMILTON,
Attorney at Law,
Wlllpi&tlica In all the Court of the
Mint ai.u circuit, fciwlal attention
f riven ibcollecliona. Olllca la tlie court
jAVELOCK A LAVELOCK,
Attomen fl Lair inl HoUrles PuMic.
Will practice n ill the courta of Ray.
ppeclal altuitlon given to collection!.
Jjmce uif,bilii, two tfoors cut of the
E. F. It R. E. E8TEB,
Attorneys at Law
and Notary Public,
WIM ne In all In Oil. Alatrnt.
a-aal bu.la mrii.oiIcu i with irooup.j.a.
UI.O. ovur U.. Co. Savin.. ll.uk.
FARRI8 4t MORTON,
Attorneys at Law,
Will practice ii. all Ihe Courta of the
fitate. Olllce aoutheaat corner scuare,
itpitaira. Weat ol Waaaon House.
II. C. GARNER,
JPhy$itiatt and Surgeon,
Office overllajr Co. Savings Bank
G, W. BUCHANAN, M. D.,
Offlce over Bavin ira bank,
oornei South and Hhaw ata
Mtuuf aoturer of and Dfadsra
Fine Boots & Shoes,
Ws sauka a spee.sUr of Ladi Pin u1
CoerseHhoesaad Slip nt We make the bsai
Boot orShoe for Genu mil or ou give tbsm
be t w tiof oi vuMri make UmU Will give
H4JMIM.OI. We Uo all kihds of
Donetoorder anb oa Shorteet possia aotloe.
Thinking the CJtlsensol Htebssot'd ud Us
peopieof fcuy County for then piraut)( hcrs
faiar, weiepeouuUy requests oors.ltoa.
Capita! paid ii 513,353, SErjlyfud 515,033
Will lraaar.ta (toneral Banking BluiBMa.
leo.iU rvc-ived .ut.lccl lu demand. JLi
aiuma bou.ni .ad .uid,
11. W. ClUSl'IN, Prealdent.
T. II. Wollard, Vlce-I'res.
W. M. Alluon, Caasler.
H. r. SETTLE, H. J. WILLIAMS,
U. W. Vltlfll'IN, W. M. ALLISON,
THUS. U. WOI.LAIIU.
R. K. Rejburu, John Crowley,
A. II. Finch, J. A. rimith.
Ii. V. Smith, It. A. Wood,
K. U. Wems(N.V) 1". T. Smith, .'
VI B. Thouiusiui, J. W. buulwell,
tkmilieru Hank of r'ultou, Ma
J S HUGHES &CO.
Pais c.piui 100,000.
Jos. 8. IIuoiies, President.
.Iauk.s 11uoiii, Vice-l'res'L
Huknett lluoni" Cashier.
Otto. A- Uuuiiits, Ast Cashier,
Jos. S. Iliiirlies. Ueortre A. Iluirhea.
James Hughes, Burnett Uughea, C. il.
Do s general banking business.
Having added the New Boiler Proceaa
ma are now turning out a quality ol
flour uuiurpaaaed. Flour exchanged for
Wheat, baiuiacuoa f uaranwra.
J. R. HAMACHER fc BRO.
(Qua Neldermnyer's old stand) Is tl
pluoe to get an eaay ahave, a (rood sham
poo or a neat uair cu t ry mia. (it
One door seat of UuKbea' Bank.
W. S. EPPERSON,
COTTAGES AND SUBURBAN VILLAS
ri.na l.ir rburrn. riiriil.liid at half prica.
onica-hw. M Mwu auwil, Uxluaum, Mis
Eost fcido of tbc Sfiuaro, Richmoml, ilo.,
Stoves, Hardware, Tinware and Cutlery.
' C JfAgent for
And tUoa fin
GUTTERING AND ROOFING
Done in a workmanlike m inner.
Wsj:i t:i Carriara E:;s;r Sit;.
FTavlnr auoclatcd with my niackamlthinj; a flrat-claia Wood Workman, wears
aow prepared to do all klnda of Hepairlng
Zorse-SHoeiasr .A. fSpaclaaty.
Will mannfacture Bueirlea, Farm and Sprlne Warona. Plows and everrthlns
lertalng to the Wagon or Carriage Builneas. We use none but the very beat ma.
terfa) In our work.
PAINTING ol all klnda done promptly
ndbe convinced of what we aav It true.
SHOP SOUfH Or
America Leads the World.
THIS TIME ESPECIALLY IN A
That will without doubt revolutionize the make and uss of
watjons. Its tine t rnins qualities, diaft-eviiiluins;, perfect
adjustmant and simplicity must, placo it in the load. We
are now making them, together with our usual line ol
Wagons, Buggies and Spring Wagons. We invito an in
spection of goods ami prices.
n all its branches promptly and carefully done by compe
tetand skilled workmen.
Powell dtb Sons.
RICE & SON,
Groceries and Hardware.
Keep constantly on hand a
3f these goods and thoy can offer bargains in that line thai
tan not be obtained anywhere in Kay county (Jail and the j
will convince you by giving their
Furniture, Stoves and Tmware.
We also carry a full
Both for heating and cooking.
Come and sne our goods, get our prices and secure bargains
It. vis ?
i T VA
iho G I :braied
i. lied to oid'r.
is th) Wood-Work line.
and in good style at the Lowest Trioe
33. e. j.s-cmrz'
large and well-selected stock
We have opened
out, in the room 1
one door west ol
the Hughes Bank,
a most complete &
and well selected
Btock of the celebrated
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONIC
rv. "i r obiiim.u
ll aan It I m 4.
iiis aa sirtDgih ) aiirlBi mram
'"'Il smU lsT.Mjra liikaamMl
arlM: rfuancT will rMlr IIt tfa
T . ? ssasasr- m Bprray rr?t r. ,
I (Ms plrasaat lu ssUsia).au bum sk alssll
fllnars stllM tmfrty,
tViill UilrxrUoN ;lvra la Marvel I s.sillary
aaisMsvM bj irai reiw iu at ai asm si
reman Tonic Is Recommenget di Doctors.
1 raasar foryfiur ftmal Tonic, tint I hart brrn utny It In my
rrartlc for wver IS vrars. Ass I'lrnut- Kcitulator It lis mi muuf.
tri'Sli tl s eaaa it I'lt rl Hi MrrtiK of 14 ) t sr' siandlnj. snij
alllnlttiralsf. Yours, ill. A.ii. bIaT1HKW)I.OUsVU1, Mil
Qt44 b)r VirucflsU sttd lrslt ra. ftlza, $1.
J. ti, MtAMLU B I1 J r A oV PrrrHtors.
r. LOU IH, MU.
n. w. l. unwiicr
WHITMER & CO.,
Livery & Feed
Are prepared at any and all times
to accomodate the public with -
Will conver ixaarnrers to anr nomt
desired at a momenta notice. Rorur
boarded by day, week or month, on
Customers may rely on Lromptneae,
good turnouts, aafe horses and moder.
New Buggies and
Oal GfoCe SboG par;m,
JgHN A. HaYNES, Proprltlor,
Breeder of Pore Bred tud Ififb Gisde
importra son nontereu
Recorded Poland-China Swine.
(lofrrt liiflivtdimU, cmm1 cnlort tuirl k'kmI ixdl
grvfts. Kin FremluMi lienl of I'Mltlti Ht Kli-l-
HIUltM, Bit"., nt"ll. inrai, lt;RAJ'-u aaj irv iiieii
hrs-il t.Hywtimlns' VniuisT Murv Hull 1 fiukl
I novdlnnel O'iVMO. AUo Urwdtjr ol
fSAnd fekin Uuckt
Mnck for iwlc at nil times aT rearalt prlcei
VlBlturs always wtlctune. t'lill on or wt dresa
11 JOHN A. HAYNES. Richmond, Mo.
Thoroughbred and Grade
I have two throuirhbred bulls for aale,
Btock on hand lor sale at all times,
Call at farm, i milea northwest of Hor
ton. liar count7. Mo., and Inspect stock
Mr I'oaUJiBoe, Morton, Mo. SO-
GEO. W. FALK,
-raii i rf'-'- 's siT I STui"! 7-
Braeier and ttMpper of fur Bird
I hsra used oti.T (no ortoiet anlmsli of th
ninst appro Deuigror sad brettlhin. tviDM
atientlv mr hen) is Ureil to a rerv huh tm oi
prriertlon. Buick ol all ages sud sows bred
lor taie a an aoasoQs oi m ear rnusts rrs
souaote sdu ouslitf l ctock econd to none,
Stock reooi idini.P -ii. B. Write lo nil
lor prteet or oocdo and niy herd. Atldrcas
aa aoove. le
FAIRVIEW STOCK FARM
ISAAC! H- ZIMMERMAN
Youug HmIU for sal at nauitialila prlcfu.
Farm utiles iiortUwoot of Knovill, Ha
Health is Wealth
Dr. J. C- West. Hem ul Braia Tfeatnent.
A KiiHraitted fprHle for hysteria, dlrluesa.
Ufrout prusi r.it Ion runted tty I lie tin of ulcnUoi
or loliHt'co, tvitki'lulnetts, Btdleiiiim of the brain
rvmiiuiig in ut4iiiiy ana l.'swllitK UxlL-atli. pro
imttiia diu isnr, urrrr iiiirns, iohs ui jumrr II
(Itlifrtwk. lnvoltilititr' lunwis and HiH-rumtm
rlxwft rnllM-d bv nvi'r-t-frlk.ii -if the tins In as-ir.
Hbiint" or ovit ItitlulKt'iu-v. Knch bi coiitaim
or mouth's tn-KlMieiil. ! a ox, or sli txixt-i
forty., Afiil by null prntiald ihi rtfonlpt of prit
WIG UUAMANTKK NIX HOICM
looiire any ohm. Willi na- h order rwwlvwl f.
ix oiixt-s, kH'timintinmi uv V. we will wml tlm
iiiiit'luui-r our wrlitcu Ku tintfe lo n;fuiidili
niuiicj ii tiifj trfrtlinrflH 11004 UOi DUfCI A CUT
uu4imik)cr latutjti ooiy oy
JOHN 4. VraT 0 ,
w NudUoii ki.t(niriistt, llia
.laaa ly yupyaN
r" ' .-v.v iA. I
mt thtm a(tos)
Paint in th
Mdrm, tin 4 Blood
-VCUHA C0R0IAL CURES RHEUMATISM,
fsd RlrxMl anrl KtrtniMr Trrtttl.lf. hr rlranslnff lh
inoi of all ih liutmriuM,(ttutli?aiiii sit Bsrta
-V0UHA CORDiU CURES SICK-HEADACHE.
Wwitalrla, Pains to His Uttihs. Itnrk anrl Rirlra hp
touiuf UissMfVM ss4 UtimiLraluf it sauskcles.
MM CORDIAL CURCS DYSPEPSIA,
fftrltflTrilnfi sntl (nHr1lon, hy aMInr lhs aMim
1st lira nf th Fvarvil llirviill III rryittt SttlOBSf UsO
BWoisa h ; It crMi) s hcsllhy kPi'tr.
VOIIHA CORDIAL ClinrS HffiVOUSNfSS,
I. t-rMsinf mt spirits md WMlf Baat, by eaUfaa.
issj arid toning I tit nyntm.
-a-VOUKA CORDIAL CURES OVnTWnKtO
M 1VM-Bt Womii, Pfinf sn4 dlrkly Chlldrrn,
It ll drligiitfiil a ir-1 nulrltloui as a friwra) ToolSv
Toll Ma Almanne and Mrii
for 1HHJ, A lifi(lOTiir. rsliKiilrts
and uarfnl Rmii. Ifll.iiiu loi I KH
I)IKK AHKS at II.IMK Th a nlfaaant nalura, I
Mailad on rscrlpi of a 2u posiag stsmp. Adtlrrsa
VOLINA DRUG A CHEMICAL CO.
BALTIMORE MO. .U.S.A.
C. B. di K, C. TIME CARD,
AHRiVB AT CAJtROLLTON,
to. 1. rjvn,7r 4 1 p. m,
NaT, AccoiutiioilKLIofi 10 Jo a. tu.
So. 1 pnni!fr 10:1.1 a. m.
No. S. AcroiintiiMlAtton,..,, A!i P- "
No. 10, 8tsH!k Kiprt-NH B JO p. liu
No. inbaria(HiTo11tnn HntunUvit nnd Tin-
lavn and arrm-n at I(urlliil'm KumUys and
Wmlncsilays. All other Iralui dally aKCcitC
"GULF R3JTE" TIMECARD.
(VNIOM DEPOT, KANSAS CITY).
HaninnTlle A Ovroln avm. dally :1R pm
Hiriiii:nHd St Jopiln inHll.dnlly lnio a n
Mcmphlt A Now Orleans exp, dally 0:4 f pm
AH HIV A.
rTfiiTl'innTllle A oeoo!a acporn. dally,... 10 flo am
rtltrltiyfleld & Joiilinn.i.il.lftlly B:'jn pin
New Orleans Mfui)ii9 exp, dally.... t:JUaia
,1. O. LOCKWOOD, Gen. I'iw. Aitent.
tl-tf Kaunas City. Mo,
DR. O. G. W. ADAMS,
Vltapathlc System or Lifo
pufraordlnary rum which ttila Ttem bai
efTtvli'd have u'trnrtrd public iil'cntlcn.
lr. AilHtnft will dl;tt'iioe voitr d Iscnm without
rharcn or without wiMii-i you. Kcml lo-k of lia.r
and three vr-vcnt ninMips. Mutlnit ace and sex.
All hlt medicines art; irlven in lorcnife form,
and tliey emtirjo-e all Um( It good in all ptht-r
h Ud Jewelry Imi ia
SNSA8 CITT, MO.
M B. WIUGIIT,.
aih A M.iaHtTMt,
leiatleA, Boratches, Contracted
Lumbago, Sprains. Matcles,
Eheamatiim. Straiot, Eroptioaa,
Burnt, Btitches, Hoof Ail.
BcaJd. Stiff Joints, Screw
filings, Backache. Worms.
Bilet, Gall i, Bwlnney,
Braise. Bores, Saddle Qalla,
Bunions, Bpavim Piles.
THIS GOOD OLD STAND-BY
aecomplUhM for every tody exactly wbatUclalmed
the Mustanv Liniment is found tails awl versa I
pellrablltiy Kverybody needs such a mediolne.
The l.Bsuaerman needs It in case or scciaeni.
The lltiuaewile uecdt It for ijcnerst family use.
The Cnnaler needs U for bis teams sad bts men.
The Mechanic needs t always oa his work
The MlnernerdsHlneaseof emergency.
The PlaserniUtl--can'tKtskacwllhMit It.
The Partner needs It la his house, his siabta.
Sud tils stock yard.
The H team bant man ar ibe Beatsaaa aeeds
It la liberal suuiilv afltaiid atHr.
The Iloree-luncier uevds itIt la bts best
frtend and safest rrllsnoa.
The Mtock.f rower needs It-ll will save hi
iboussnils of dullars and a world of trouble.
The Mai I road nit a neoda It and will need It so
Ion- as alt lite ts a round of eccMenu sud daugvrs.
The Uaekweodamea needalL Tneralsnotb.
lug like It as an antidote fur ths dangers to tile.
limb and comfort which surround Mm plunerr.
The (Here haul aeeds Uatmut his tors among
bis employees. Acvideuts will liapftt, and wbea
(liese ooiue the Mustang Mnlmsnl U wanted at once.
Keepa Uoillelutbe Ileaee. TU the best of
K eep m Bottle lu ibe Factory Itstmmedlsts
la case of accident saves pain and loss of wagea,
Keep list tie Always lu Ike tttublo lar
USED BY Ti'ECESTPZNViIN
i tass-sMii. sJ LarsMlltr.
so Samples for tti'. post'paU, jj tents
IVISON, SLA.1AN, TAYtOR. A CO..
ij sua ib& io w y tirk.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Cosapile4 from Ynrlont Source.
lfm.ir PniXTRrt pRTBnicr has Iwoil
toonflrmed by the Henato.
Tntt tlrltiah (fnremmsnt la taklns; atop
io control the Canadian colonial flshor
hi at tors.
Tnt pasaniro of tho On n ad t an Ilotatia
llon bill br (nntrfeaa took London oaprs
and public oflltn! hj anrpriac.
Rtmr wealth r Rhode Inland buatneas
men srti tired of prohibition, and bar
petitioned for repeal of the law.
Tni Troaaury Department ba dndded
that Ihe wife of a Chinese laborer Is a per
son whoao original entry into this country
ta prohibited by the Chinos a Kestriction
Ax adverse rerxirt was affreod urmn by
the Konate rommtttcft on the Iifrlrt nf
(Vtlumhia on tho nominatlnn of Jamoa M.
Trotter for Hocorder of Deeds ot the Dis
Jnns Waltkbs. an Irishman, nf Detroit.
Mich.. aireJ one hundred and eight years.
and Auscey Deno Whcla, a H pan lard of
Dahlonera, (4a., atreil one hundred snd
tlx yonrs, died on the 21.
tlrpHRsttrtTATivits of tho American Base
ftall Amnc;ntton and of the Israoe met
lit Columbus, (., on the 4th and arranged
the schedule for the coming season so aa
to avoid conflicting rtutes.
Wim.iak A. WiKAitAL, aged fnrtr-stx.
ft resident of Canton, O.. committoii aul
rideat the Metropolitan lintel, Beaton, on
the morning of the Ssth by cutting his
tiiroat with a pocket knife.
Riots have occurred In Bard in In, arising
outof the threatened failure of two work
Ingmon's savings bunks. The Italian
(iovornmont has sent experts to examine
the books of the institutions.
H. O. Wilcox, of Bangor, If. V., who was
hurt in the Vormont Central disaster, died
at Hartford, Vt., on the '28th, of erysipelas.
The total number of deaths resulting
irom tuo accident is now thirty.
Tub announcement from Washington
that Ihe House had receded and passed
the Edmunds bill cauaod great excite
ftinnt and rejoicing among vessel-owners
and flsuerfnon at Gloucester, Masa,
1 np, New Jersey Legislature succeeded
on the 1M inclcciing a United Htates Hena
t'T. Hufus D odgott, Demncrnt, was
elect el by tho votes of tho Republicans
togotuur with anti-Abbott DumocraU.
MiNfSTEH fnvoLRTOf exneated to sail
from Now York on the 8d for hts post .at
Itorlin. This removes him from any
chance of appointment to a Cabinet of
fice or to be an Inter-Htate Commerce
Tub steamer Otvelte arrived at Bin Fran
cisco on the iftth from Hong Kong via
Honolulu and report another outbreak of
lava from Mutina-Loa. All the craters
w,ere in groat activity when the steamer
Tm recent Bulgarian outbreak was
more serious than at Brat reported. The
number of killed and wounded la said to
bo very large. The government reports
latm the revolt is suppressed. lNews
from other sources is contradictory.
Thh Supreme Court of the Rtate of New
York has ordorod the reinstatement of
Second Assistant Chief McCabe, of the
Huw VnrkC .3.y Be - lopSl InatMaS. ia-
mlased for calling ont a largo part of the
department to a bid fire on tho b. of July
Tng bill to prevent the employment of
convict and alien labor upon public works,
and of convict labor in the preparation of
materials for public works, passed by the
Henute on tho .rtth, had already passed
tho House and is now In ths hands of the
A ltxsoi.rTiow to submit to tho electors
ef the Htuta tin proposed Woman Buf-
frage amendment to tho Conatttution was
Uiken up and diacussod in the Hcnalo of
the Rhode Island Uoneral Assembly on
the 1st, and it was passed by a vote of 38
yeas to 8 nays.
Thb Hocrotnry of War hai approved the
recommendation of tho chief of engineers
that the construction of tho Bull i more &
Ohio brUlpo over tho Arthur Kill be per
mitted, provide! the requirements of the
rule of the department of July 81, lSHfl, be
Sechetaht Maxxiso, who has hal nnder
consideration a trip to England for the
benefit of his houliu, has decided not to
take auch a trip, as he is afraid it might
nffect him injuriously. H i will remain in
Washington a few days longer aul then
go to New York.
Tug Pros id ont, on the 2d, approved tho
Military Academy Appropriation bill the
regular Pension Appropriation bill, tho
act to organise the hospital relief corps of
the U oiled Htutos and the act in regard
to the importation of mackerel duriug the
Is the sossion of Congress just closed
tho re were introduced in the fcl mate 3,3i7
bills and 116 joint resolutions, n'ld in the
House 41,'iVt bills and 'Jrt joint resolutions.
The calendars of the tw houses show
1,11 measures In the H juse and 310 in the
bcuate undisposod of.
Tng remains of Edward Kuehl, found
dead In bed at Omaha, Neb., were sent to
Buffalo, N. Y., on the Jd., In accordance
with his will to bo cremated. His ashes
are to bo place! in un urn and p'acel ovor
tho bur of a popular saloon in Oiuiua, In
compliance with his will.
TnB NV.tional Association of American
Wire Nail Manufacturers mil in PittS'
burgh. Pa, on the 'M Thro was a full
attendance, nearly every munufactorr in
this country being represented. It is un
jeraUriKl that there will be an advance
mudo hi the pricq of nails.
Tux legal machinery of the Givornmont
Will be materially disarrange! duriug the
remainder of tho fiscal yoar, as no money
will be available for jurors', witnesses'
or nvtrehals' foes, and many prison or,
notably tboso counucd at rort Smith, Ark.
can not be trie! fur mouths to come.
Tub New York Hoard f Aldermen, on
the 1st, by a vote of 17 to A passed
over Mayor Hewitt's veto the ordinance
permitting Mrs. THinadrid, a benevolent
woman, to erect I out lis in the atreeta for
Ibo purpose of furnishing muuls to the
poor at the rate of one cent for each ar
Ucle of food.
- - e i
Tub coroner's jury in the case of Wake
field Uaius (colored), whose dismembered
body was found in a creek near Editing'
tou, Hu'-ks County, Pa., February 17, ren
dered a verdict on the lid that (taines
came to his death at the hands of Uuurgo
W ilson, nud that Mrs. Tub be was acces
sory lo the crime.
It is learned upin most trustworthy
authority that the President Intends to ap
point Mr. Oscar K. Htrauss, of New York,
lo the vai ant I urktsb mission, congress
man Tucker, It is understood, was effuied
and dccliuedlhe appointment. Mr. Htrauss
ii a wealthy Hebrew of New York, about
forty nve years old.
Tub fuct quietly leuked out at Buffalo,
N. Y., on the lid, that Miss Margaret Math
er, tho famous theatrics! star, hat butsu
oLrclly married, the coreinuuy being per
formed In that city about two weeks ago.
Mr. Etnil Haliercoro, leader of the orches
tra of the In ion Hquare Theater, New
ork, is the happy groom.
Tim President has resign tied Denis
Donalioe aa Consul of her Jlritauno
Mujeaty for the Htates of California, Ore
gon anil Nevada, uud for the Turriiories
of Wusbiiigton, Idaho, V lab and Aniunu,
to reside at Hau Francis o, and Francis
U (irave, Consul of her Uritaunic Muj )sty
for the B tales of MaryUud, V trgiuia.
West Virgtuta and Ktjuiucky, to tvside ut
In the Rconte, on the '.nth. a mesajr vtm rs
eeivrd Imm the Pr dent declining to forniull
enrrespondence, etc., t nnnected with the sets-
nrr and snle of the st'hooner Hcneeca and me
reslrnatlnn of the ts Mlnter Jarttwa to
Mitco. M casts. F.itmiinda and Allison crttt
Slsetl aeverely the del eye of th llnusfl wilH
buslnrss, which bww appears m mhe
n extra session Inevitable. The Hon
isbor Appropriation bill waa kaseedi
The House bill ttt prevent em
ployment of con v et labor oa public butldlntrs
or public works was passed. The vote of the
fftth. passing Rdmunds' Pleuro-Pneumonia bill
was recooaldeml, and the original Mil was
amended and passed In the House the
Legislative Appropriation bill wm roninriereit.
and the Republican mem Iters laid all the blame
of the backward condition of business oa
tbe letnocrtlr majority. A futile effort was
made to rannlfler the amended ntnt resolat'oa
to Investigate Pact no railroads. The Legis
lative Appropriation MU was considered, and a
'sis months supply ' substitute ruled Mt ol
order. The night session was devoted to eon
(deration of tbe Legislative Appropriation
In tne annate, on the 1st, Mr, Rdmnnds per
listed in his determination to have things run
on "regular and orderly principles," and In
sis ted oa having measures and proceedings
read, which conaunwd much time. An explana
tion waa made by Mr. H'tar as to the St atua of
the credent la Is of Mr, Turpid, Senator
elect from Indiana. Most of th eight
session was devoted to eulogies t
dead Congressman In tho House the
River in d Hsrb tr, Leg slatlve. Executive and
judicial and Indian Appropriation bills, as a
agreed upon In conference were passed. At
nlrrht a numlier of bridge bills were passed,
among tho structures provided for betng one
across the Missouri at Kansas City and one at
Omaha and one across the Mississippi at
1st the Renste, on the M, the Secretary of
War furnished the documents connected with
the surrender of Oeronlmo, After considering
minor matters the Senate debated the Naval
Appropriation bill until 4 p. m.. when recess
was taken until n p. m. At the night session
the Navul Appropriation bill was paused. The
Mil for a Lincoln-Grant memorial brtdire across
the Potomac was passed In the llonse the
conference report on the Fisheries Retaliatory
bill the House making concessions to the
Senate wr.s adopted. and the bill
passed. The same course was pursued Srtth
the Pacific Railroad Investigation resolution
and tbe same passed. Disagreement la th
Senate amendments to the Post-Office Appro
priation bill was carried. The bill passed, ns
amended by the Senate, allowing Albert H.
Kmmery iuo,i)nd far construction of an Iron
and steel testing machine. At the night ses
sion the conference ruport on the Agricult
ural Appropriation bill was concurred in and
the bill pHsaed.
Ik the Senate on the U, the legislative day
of Wednesday was continued op till eleven
o'clock and a number of minor measures were
disposed of. Ibe legislative, Judicial and Ex
ecutive Appropriation bill waa passed. Mr.
Hoar precipitated a controversy by a criticism
of the course of Speaker Curllxle In eonrection
with IcgUlutlon In the House, Mr. Heck and Mr.
lllnckburti speaking In defense of Mr. Carlisle"
and against tbe propriety of the attitude as
sumed by Mr. Hoar. The Sundry Civil bill wns
passed. The mils for erecting public buildings
at Dayton. O. ; Sioux City, la.t Lafayette,
Ind., and Lyna, Mass.. passed over the Presi
dent's vetoes. A number of appropriation
and other bills wertj non-concurred In In
the House the bill to modify the Internal reve
nue system of taxation, a menxure very favor
able to small growers of tobacco and distillers
of whisky, was defeated. The Senate bill re
pealing the Tenure-of -Office act was passed.
After a spirited achate, in wuicn tanor irouuica
eut a considerable figure, the Senate bill to ac
cept as a donation certain lands In Chicago for
military purposes waa passed. The Grand
Tower Ilridge bill waa also pasred.
In the Senate on the 4th very little general
letrlslatlon waa traanaacted, eonferenoes gen
erally disagreeing, on measures deadlocked In
the Houae. A large number of private bills
were aispnseti of, and Trotter (colored eon-
Urmod lecordor ef deeds tor tbe District ef
Columbia ; also Lieutenant Greely to be
Chief Signal Officer and Brigadier
General. Adjourned sine die In the House
an all-ntgn session was held, and the iiusUia
tive work of the day was similar to that trans
acted in the Senate. A resolution of thanks
was tendered Speaker Carll-:. Adjourned
PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
Several Irish bishops have written to
the Pope expressing their disapproval of
the attitude of Archbishops Crnko and
vtnlBh on the matter of the National
League's plan of campaign.
Til u KB ladies, while uoat-ndiug, lost
their livos in the Kuuawha river. West
Virginia, on the '.id.
A hthikb of grave diggers Is tho latest.
iaoor aiaim lu iStiw iork Lily, and
cremator tea are looking up.
TwBXTTTnnrftaXDpoi-BOiis are homeless
by reason of tho rce int earthqu ikas in It-
ly. The material losses are estimated at
tl0,000,iKsj, falling mostly upon industrious
Tub United States Hon ate has ordered
the preparation of an index to Ita secret
journal for tho fifty years from lSU to
ir7v. ihe Injunction of secrecy will
probably be removed next autumn.
Ax epidemic of measles ta raving in the
Ridge Avenue Orphans' Homo, at Alle
gheny City, Pa. Fifty of the children are
ill with thi disease, sonto bait a uosen or
more deaths having occur re J, and the
physicians and attendants are appre
hensive of the safety of the other Inmates.
Jambs Lewis, a prominent ektlxen of
Kockiord, la., laboring under a fit of tem
porary Insanity, drowned himself at that
place on the 1st
inn Massachusetts Supreme court has
decided that, under the laws of that
Mtate, ballot-box stu filing on license elec
tions is not a crime.
Cot-xT Kai.xokt said in do bate on tho
2d that the Austrian Government's war
measures were partly defensive.
Tub result of the second ballotlngs In
Germany for members of tbe Reichstag
do not appenr to be as favorable to the
government as to the opposition.
Italian sentiment appears to be against
the proposed new triple alliance. There Is
a suspicion that Austria can not give a re
liable guarantee for it permanency.
CuiEr Ji'STi:s MmtBisox of the Call
fornin Hun rein o Court died on the i.
Mit. Mills it. Commissioner of Internal
Kevonuo, has sufficiently reeovored from
his recent illness to be able to resume his
duties at the Treasury Department.
Ax earthquake shock was felt on the 1
south side of Long Island about half-past
four o'clock on tho afternoon of the 3d.
Windows rattlod and the observatory was
shaken. Tho vibrulious lasted several sec
onds. Tub Mt. Carml (Pa.) shaft colliery,
operated by the Philadelphia ot Koudiug
Coal and Iron Company, has resumed
work after nine months' idleness. The
resumption of operations gives employ
ment to 1,0 K) bauds.
Tub Austrian court is making elaborate
preparations to celebrate the ninetieth
birthday of the Em peror of Germany.
Robkkt G. lxi.EKsoi.L is recovering from
his throat affection, which it was thought
won Id prove fatal.
M its. Kirn Hahmox, grandmother of
Mr, it rover Cleveland, is very ill at her
home in Jackson, Mich
Two sailors from Houth America died
at New York on the 8d. They are believed
to have had yellow fever.
At Milwaukee the pressmen and stereo
type rs have joined the printers in their
strike for higher wages.
Mks. Wakd, who was shot by her hus
band, Ihe Engtewood (N. J.) parson, has
made a statement of how the shooting
was done. It secuis there hud tioen a
Thb House of Commons, on the 8d, de
buted the question of voting more money
for police service lu Ireland. Dillon par
Lcipated. Tub Ameer of Afghanistan Is raising a
new army, and it ia believed he is prepar
ing for a "holy war" on Russia.
Tub purchase of a California railroad by
the Chicago, Burlington A; Quimy la an
nounced; also that the C, 11. & will
push a through Hue to the Pacific
The bill authorizing th construction of
a new bridge at Kansas City, Mo., was
t utsed by the Houute aud has been ap
proved by the President, 'lha President
oigord the bill giving tho Chicago, Rock
Island &; Pacific railroad n'ht of way
through the ludiati Territory
F O. Thomas, who has been running a
slilrt factory and doing a good business in
Cedar Rapids, la., lor the past month, left
for rSU Paul, on th uight of the &1. Pre
vious to going and after banking hours.
Thomas aevured mouey on forced drafta.
When the there very was made untheUd,
of tue furpoiy, further revelations follow
ed which showed him to have ' worked"
his (i-iuuJs 141119 BHcuulic.!,
Two men hnme.l Pain Haves and
Adolphus Maunders wore arrested In ele
gant quarters In Forty-sixth street, Now
York-, mi the JJt for complicity in selling
Tub new Gorman Helens tag was epavned
on the 111. The Kmperor's speech was road
from tho throne.
A lexutht report wss submitted to
Cimgreas on th U try thi f urin select
corn mine, which wns appointed to Invea
11 gate Ihi railroad strikes In the West
Thny do not lay all the blame on tho
Thb Pennsylvania railroad has Issued
notice canceling special contracts on'
April 4, prox., In order to revise its sched
ule In compliance with the lnlor-Btat
Com mere law.
Two important gatherings of railroad
magna tea were held on thcM one at New
York, the other at Baltimore. The first
named passed nnder the head of a eon-
lerenrr, and ihe latter was styled a "r
Tbs Mtnnewma Legislature anjovned
on the 4th.
Rkv. Pbtfju Hbcbx, Hu perl or General
of the order of Jesuit, died at Horn on
GnVEaxosj Him. fiao removed General
Bheler from oftlcst In the Health DeparV
ment of New York City.
hbpomts from 8U Petersburg state that
Russia stub not Surprised at the recent
Bulgarian ''riot" Probably not.
Tub steamer Fleetwood burst her boiler
on ihe Ohio river on tho 4th, and a num
of the crew were fatally injured.
Tub extensive wnr preparations making
in Austria are taken as Indicating that
war with Russia io anticipated by that
Thb Supreme Court of Missouri has ran-:
dercd Its decision In tho Wittrock habeas
corpus case releasing Warden Marina-1
duke, and Messenger Fothertngham will
have to be content with the depositions
A New Yoiii legislative committee lo In
vestigating municipal affairs of Brooklyn
to aeo if tho government of that city Is
ini relatives of Lien tenant-Governor
McDonald of Michigan have boon looking
for him for thirty-nine yearo and hav
just learned his whereabout.
itxonoa r ha x Klin AxDEnsox, tne
American a windier, waa convicted at
London on tho 4th and sontonued to a long
term of years In prison.
A oa so or swindlers nave been run
down In New Yirk and lodged In tho
Tembe, Their epoclalty was collecting
English fortunes for "next of kin."
IxcRXiHART fires raged during all night
of the Hd In the section surrounding
Limerick, Ireland. The payment of rent
is Involved in the setting of the fires.
Mns. James Bwowx-Potter Is at Inst an
actress "by profession." On the 4th she
signed a conduct to All an engagement at
the Haymarkot Theatre, London.
A pitched battle occurred in Arlsona on
the 4th betweon local officers and Mexican
regular troops, because tho latter invaded
United Htates territory and resisted arrest,
One Mexican soldier is reported wounded.
and more trouble Is expected.
KAiiTiigi'AKB shocks were felt on the tin
In Georgia and Houth Carolina, and the
peoplo are again becoming alarmed.
The German Helens tag perfected its or
ganisation on the 4th. Uerr Weddel Pres
dorf wus chosen president. The Reichstag
adjourned till the 7th, when the Military
bill lo to be taken up.
No one welcomes tho adjournment ol
Congress more than Mra. Cleveland, as
she io completely tired out from her recent
onerous social duties, and wanta a few
weeks of undisturbed rent.
It Is said at tho White House that there
lo no probability of a special aeaalon of
the Henute being called by the President
tor tnv piimnse ot acting on nominations
or tor any oiuur purpose.
Tub death-roll of the Forty-ninth Con
grats was an extraordinary one, compris
ing the unprecendened number of
thirteen names in the House and Hen ate.
Thoy are those of Vice-President Hend
ricks, president of the Hennte; senators
Miller, of California; Piko, of New Hamp
shire, and Iogan, of Illinois; and Repre
sentatives Hahn, of L-iultnna; Arnot,
Bench and Dow Iney, nf New York ; Price.
of Wisconsin Colo, of Maryland; El wood,
of Illinois; Duncan, of Pennsylvania, and
Unnkiu, of Wisconsin.
EX-COXOHRSSMAX E. BKBlTtTXO), Of
Neguuuee, Mich., died at K-ssluian, Ga., at
midnight of the HI, of pneumonia. Mr.
Breitung was a pioneer of the npper
peninsula, where he livel the past twenty
years, roprosotillnT his district In the
Forty-eighth Congress. His possessions
were estimated at from A.(X,uui) to 07,
000,0110, all of which was made out of iron
lands. lie leaves a widow and a sixteen-year-old
TriBeffectof the failure of the Deficiency
bill wi 1 bo more serious than lo gen
orally believed, Inasmuch as it contained
provisions for supplying pressing da
mauds for putt I cards, stamps and othor
Items connect! with the postal service,
the denial of which wilt, It is expected,
seriously embarrass the department and
Motukb Axoelia d:el at Ht Mary's
Academy, South Bend, Ind., on the 41 h
She was closely related by kinship tc
General Thomas Ewiug. General Sherman
and James G. Bin1 no, and was famous for
her charltahle life In connection with the
Ordor of bisters of tbo Holy Cross.
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
Tub case of David H. Fotherlnghi
charged with being "Jim Cummings' "
com plic in the noted Adams express rob
bery was continued in tbe Ht Louis crini!
nal court until the list term oa account o:
the illness of one of the defendant's ooun
oel and the iuubility of the other to be pres
eut in the oily.
Thb United Htates Huprcme Court bai
declared drummer taxes illegal.
Tub Indiana Legislature expired by 11ml
tat ion on the 7th. Tho appropriation biltt
were not passed.
Uoi.laxi made a new law regulating ouo
cession to the throne.
Mob. Hampolib has been appoiatod to
sntveea cardlual Jacobin!.
Tub other afternoon Robert Blacker
aweulthy farmer living near Hclpio, Jnd.
together with bis wife and child, whih
crossing Dry Fork In a carnage, the venich
was overturned, throwing the otvupanti
into tne water. Mra. Blacker was rescued
out r. 11 locker and tbe child wen
A riKiTf.AK has been Issued from th
Treasury Department, directing tho re
demptiun of trade dollars at all aub-treua
uric as promptly as fatihtice will permit
Tub Septenuatc bill was introduced in Um
new German Reichstag on the 7th.
Colonel Kebii, English manager of th
lead mines at Corsica, bus been murderoc
A bulletm from Dr. Nearlo, dated tat
night of March 7, reported no iiuprovemeui
in mr. needier S ccudltioii. He was stli
unconscious and slowly falling.
Hakbt Gaosrt, colored, aud three of hit
children were drowned near Vevay, Ind.,
recently through the miming down of tbeu
sain oy a ww boat-
Tub new cotton-send ml compiny was
chartered at Philadelphia on the 7th. Tin
capital stock is fcVey. of which I,'SM.
UN) is paid iu by the Incorporators aa tot
Iowa: Henry C. Butcher, Philadelphia,
ai.uw.msi; vt iiuuin H. iiarvuv. Phliade
phut, .""iM.uiO; John Oliver, Columbia, H. C
rLouMMi ; Frederick Oliver. Columbia
H. C, rtw.HM; David A. Toropkius, Char
lotte, N. C, If ii,mi; Alvm C. Newlaud,
tsiuaea, s. J., foJii.iioj.
Joux Anuekkox, a laborer, waa killed al
Hioux City, Iowa, recently by the caving ol
a muss of frotuu ground iu a big out os
vv est J bird struct, where he waa working.
He aat down to rest u ne'er the overhnigiiii
lodge, and was terribly crushed by its uu-
ox pec leu tan.
Tub ice jam in the Ht. Lawrence river
was reported serious, extend. u from as
island below Morns burg to a point ten snkli
up the river. The destruction aud loss oa
both the American and Canadian sidua was
Mas. Makt K. Ditmax's dynamite works
at Bay Chester, Long UUud, blew up foi
tne mm tune rccouiiy, Billing one man.
Tub conductors and brakemeu of Ihe
New York, Pennsylvania. Ohio railway
and of the Pcuusylvauia road at Youuga-
lown, O , havooirui'lt (or tionj wafeeptj
it as wore
MISSOURI STATE NEWSV
Th Rtat LegMlatwr.
Tan Itenate woe nm In seestnn on the 98111.
.....In the Hons pet It Ion were awseased
from Jertersoa and Llna eon ni tee, aakteg for
he passage of a game aed nh law. After thai
tntmditctlon o a few new Mlla, (VMislttevatlnw
Of the Kali mad Mil was resnmed. and twenty-
eight amendment, affnred bv Mr. Haekawr.
Were adopted. The trill Use a. went vr, aad
the HngMi edkmmed.
fa the rVnsie. on the sxth. afVrr the Intnwfri
Ilea of a few bills and the transaction of rvwrtlae
hsjaifieaHi, the Kml mad bill was called avw and
after 0 Ion a debate and the adoption and felee
Hon nf vartnne amendments the Mil was
ordered to engrmenrtrm by a vote ef If
The Mil was also given precedence ov all ethes
printing. The Mil providing awnaltles fnr ls
timWIailng laborers was ordered ensrineed
after being slightly asneaded. fa Use Hesist
the entire forenoon was eonmremd is
debate oa the Railroad Mil. In tbe sfteraem
sesatoa aa attempt waa made to Ht 1 day Ins
Hnal wljoarnment, but without deriding npnt
anr thing the tnattM wms ne Kail
road bill aiaiagatn taken op and UVedehev was
continued at length, the Mil being anally ad
vanced to the order of engrossment by a vS ol
lot yeas to at nays.
tn the Senate, oa tho 1st, a large bale
ef Mils were passed Ia tbe Hows
B resolution was adopted tn adjourn sine die a
March I. The foiWrwine- Mlla were passed: Tc
authorise th several eoanite of this State ans
enunty seats thereof to erect ntalntada aad isf
court-houses and jails jointly; pro!
tng for the holding of two terms t
the Linn County Circuit Court at the city of
Hrnokfleld; to permit Ave townships to pn" "
restraining domestic animals fmm ronaing al
large; making It a sBisslemeanor to furaisl
fraudutent pedigrees for breeding stock
make railroad cvwrnanle liable it
damages for flres caused by eparki
fmm loeomotlv engines ; authTrflng tmsl
companies 10 loa money npna rewl estate in(
collateral security and to execute and lurti
Botes and debentures payable at a future dsu
and to pledge Its mortgiMtes. etc.. aa seenrity
to repeal the law creating the State Board o
IN the Senate, on the td. the fnlkrwlng Mil
were passed: To provide for th aelertwa awf
acquisition of land whereon to erect eownts
buildings, and to prescribe the qnellfleatioa
tm and the duration ef the euperlanendeBt M
such buildings; the State ftoard of Health Mil:
authorising municipal antboriues of el ties,
towns and villages to work, grade or ssaead
aralxe streets, roads and highways witr-ln 0
distance of Bv miles from their cor
porate limits; increasing th salary
ef th Supreme Court reporter front
tt.OTO to sji.nuu; revising th chsrtei
of tbeelty of At. Joseph t providing for th
execution of sheriff's deeds in certain eas, lo
give tbe secretary of th State Board ef Agri
culture a salary of snr; requiring the reporter
of the Supreme Coart and the Ooart ef Appeal
to report th daw of the avbmisstoa of earn
case to th eourt as well aa the date ef th
decision : providing for the holding of Bve tens.
of tbe Criminal Court of Jack ten County, three
In Hennas City and two la Independeoew; re
quiring that taxes collected from rnllroad cor
porations for school building purpose saan ne
apportioned to the proper district immediately
after collection of the same; to provide forth
prevention of aoeldeat tn railroad employe
and others by requiring that switches, froar
and guard rails be properly blocked, and that
the best know appliance be used, sad that
neglect to do so shall readeObe road liable la
damages from accidents resulting theirfroasj
authorising school boards to sell school prop
erty by a two-third vote la eittes over MMU0 and
under suo.two tnhaMtante; authorising vtce
piTBldenu of municipal corporations to execute
deeds; appropriating &UKM tor the Improve
ment of the Stat Capitol In tbe House
the vote en final adjournment on the 1st waa
reaffirmed. The Capital Removal hill was de
feated by a vote of to 77, and th wti-hncketv
shop bill was sent to OBfToasaMat
1M the Senate, on th td, th joint and ee
evrrent Constitutional Convention resclatloa .
waa adopted; also the Joint so Tonctrmit t
resolution memorial utlng laSsg to aoprdjpr
at SMMia) for the twrpe mf esiirh'miitg ...
Grand river. IJcuteaani Vrt br-or SUM-ewoosg
and President ro teas Hall were eaea preaenv
ed with a handsome gold head-"d cane. At that
afternoon sot "Ion. after a lone rse. vavn
fn-asMnb TiOlirus. mil Was. pa"
also the following: to aatnunso mnj
ourts to re-rend eoonty and township honos at
lower rate of Interest; to establish tn Tttir-
teenth ud total etreolt and to provide for th
appointment of a circuit judge therefor; the
Ball Scnool Book Mil ton reeonetderattor; to
provide for placing the statue of Thomas al
lien ton and tvrancts f. Htair. jr., ia tne naiMMs-
al Hall of Stetuary at Washington; changing
tba time of holding court la tn Twen
tieth Judicial dtalnot In th House
the following Mlla were passed: He -en acting
sections tVUO and OHO of the Revised Statutes f
changing tbe time of holding courts ta the
Twenty-third Judicial circuit; to enable eltte
aad towns to Incorporate by ealllug aa elecUoe
tor that purpose: making embeaslemest ay
executors, administrators, giurdlans Of
curators of trust fands a felay:
nay Livlngstoa County ft.) fot
school money erroBeoasIr withheld; to make
certificates from Normal Schools evtdenee ol
ability of graduates to teach la pablt schools:
to require railroad companies to furnish sal ta
ble ears for the shipment of live stock; relating
to the manner of recording asorlirages aad
deeds of trust; requiring ISKXtrporated
mining companies to give bond for th
payment of employee; to repeal th act pro
hibiting th sals and anaaufSA-tar ofoloosmer
garla. IN the Senate, on th 4th, a large aavmst 4
business was turned out la the passage of near
ly twenty bills on various euhjects. The fol
lowing, having passed both houses, were signed
by the presiding ofttoer: Authorising ttve town
ship to reatrala domestic anlmaia froti run
ning at large counties having towa
shrp orgttntutsoa ; Authorising ciUes and
towns to incorporate by election
held for that purpose; deflaing th
word city or town to mean eoaugnoas ec
00m pact territory aot xeeedlng two sqamr
miles ta superflrlal area, including lands used
tor agricultural purpose not exceeding nva
seres In area; requiring juries to return a gen
eral verdict on suits for recovery el as ney, or
specific real or personal property Ia tho
House the greater part of th day was spent in
consideration of the Uenerul Aperopriatioa MU
la committee of the whole.
HhiroUan a Itonss.
Ht. Joseph ia on joying th g re teat real
estate boom In IU history. Hale last
week footed np suoo,000.
Fred L. Hehrader, recently manager ol
Pope s Theater in Ht Louis, has boon
elected secretary of the 8t Joseph Board
A circular has just been Issued bv Col
onel J. J. Kpeaker, of Indepundeuce, Com
mander of the Vssourt Division, Rons 01
Veterans, announcing that th next en
campment of to Division will he held in
St Joseph June 13 and it
The largest swan ever seen In Piko
County was shot a few days asro by
George Long, of Atlas, IIL Th snow
white bird measured seven feet from tip
Winter's backbone is broken.
Elisabeth Singleton, a colored woman ot
Ht Louis, recently went to th morgu to
Identify the dead body of her step-sister.
While there ah looked around, and ox
claimed aa oh aaw another dead body:
,aW hy, der ia old Cap, who used tu bo my
husband.." Hho was right
M. H. Phelan, Esq., Consul-Garal to
Halifax, N. H., returned to Ht Louis a few
days ago 00 a visit to recuperate his badly
impaired health. Ue had a very severe at
tack, shortly after his arrival, of soma
complication of th respiratory orgoua,
aud at on tin it waa thought a was
dead, but at last account h had rallied
and waa feeling better.
Manager John W. Norton, of Bt Louis,
io getting bettor.
It is authoritatively announced that th
Ht Joaeph A Ht Louis railway ha aot
been purchased, as reported by th Bants
Committees hav bca appointed and
the work of preparation for th U. A. R.
encampment next fail in Ht. Louis, k rap
idly taking snap.
Howard County will vot oa to Cata of
March on the question of levying a tax t.
ais tiaV,0tD for th purpose of building 0
Tho President lo represented as bing
very much pleased at the manner in whioi
his appointment of Judge Thayer as sue
cesser to Judge Treat ho boea received.
Lena Brooks committed suicide In Ht
Louie, alt for lov of Henry Dauhor.
Me. Margaret Carter died from dropsy
at Ht Joaeph a few days sine, aged sixty
eight yeara. Hhe leaves four eooe aud twe
daugbUt. Mrs. Carter spent aioat ol
her lift tn ClearnVId aud Mercer oounUoa.
PaV, bUt cuius to Ht Jus two yoaJTS ago.
John Clark, a M. Iuia aowspaper car
rier, Criumittod suictdu a few days ago by
outuuj his throat with a pocket kail.
Harry Hill shot and wussed a saaa
earned Wiioon duriug a diapul ovr a
gam of cards ta a Jefferson City piUsaa f
few daa ago.