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RICHMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1887.
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RICHMOND, MO. '
: A BSTHACT8 OF TITLE.
I hats all tlia Ah.tr.at TlariB-. tMtlnna
J rig to the rarata of Uia late (i nor pre K.
MrtJee, and am now pi-cparrd to lurnl.b
..aompleta atwtracw ot all lBla In Rat
ountT. T. N. LAVkLOCK.
J KD BALL,
Attorney at Law,
AI.Q rrotrcutlng A'turncjr of ,(
county. Offlo In court, haute, bail.
mm promptly aUemtrd to.
; J W. BUOTWKLL,
Attorney at Law,
Will attend promptly to all hualneaa
ntrualel to hit cate. onto lo building
eouUi ol the Urmocrst Ulrica.
J B, UAMlLTOM,
At-.emey at Law,
Wlllpi.uii in all tha Courts of the
) ai.u circuit. 8perial ttentioa
jriveu u. collection.. Utile. In toe court
JAVKLOCK A LAVKLOCK,
Altorneys itlat udHoUriei Pmiic.
Will practice rn all the courts of Ray.
Special aitriitfon gives to collections,
lOffloa un.tai'f, two doora caator the
E. F. 4 R. E. ESTEB,
Attorneys at Law
and Notary Public,
Win pn e. la all -.- la tkla llelrtM.
aWalbu.li. nwhiIi. to wllb i.romptM...
Qiao otct Bar Co. HaTlrg. Uuk,
Attorneys at Law,
Will practice all lha Courts of th.
ntate. Olllo, Boutheant corner square,
upaUlra. West ol Watson House.
II. C. GARNER,
M"hylelan and Sut gton,
Office over llay Co. Having Bank
G. W. BUCHANAN, M. D.,
Offloe oyer Savinr Bank. Bealdenoa.
eorner Bouth and rihaw ,u 4-r.
aUautaouinro' aatf Dealer In
Pine Boots & Shoes,
We malt a spee.iUv of iAdiee PIm H I
CeejveaboQaand llp "-irs, Wi ak the besl
AVml erb aoa lor Genu unti, er oaa give thee
a best t shoe ot luun make tk4 will givs
Sl.iiouon. Wt do all kinds of
Pom to or Jar ub oa Shortest bomb tsUot.
Thanking the Cltlseus of Hieatwaad u4 Us
VMpisof but County for that. aAfwaaaa kcrv
nMWa WIBrWUIUlJ l,Pwalel OW ' ' aWSU
MARSH Ax. HON.
II a v County
Capital paid in SSO.OOO . Sarplu Fund S15IQ0
Will traa.art a Unral Baoktas Bula.M.
IH.lta rec-lTetl auMect to denaMO.. JLj.
abauja boufat and aula.
M. W. CltlSriN, rrealdent,
T. n. Wollaro, Vice-Prea.
W. M. ALLiaon, Cas.ier.
, H. P. SHTTLK, R. J. WILLIAMS,
M. W. UUIKI'IN, W. M. ALLISON,
TMOS. n. WOLLAKD.
B. K. lie) burn, John Urowley,
A. 11. Finch, J. A. Smith,
K. W.tSiuilh, R. A. Wood,
R. U. Weems(Jf.Y.) 1. T. Smith,
W S. Thompa.iu, J. W. Sliolwell,
Southern liunk of Fulton, Ma
J S HUGHES &CO
Pal4 ip CaplUI 100,000.
Jos. 8. IIuoiies, President
Jamks Hi'ciiiks, Vice-l'res't.
Buknktt illKili. (Jaahler.
Gso. A. IIuoiies, As'. Caahier.
Joe.B. Hughes, (leorge A. Hughes,
James Hughos, iiuruell Hughes, 0, &.
Do general banking business.
Having added the Mew Roller Process
we are now turning out a quality ol
flour unauriwieed- Flour exchanged lor
Wheat, satiaiacuon guaranteed.
J. R. HAMACHER BRO
(Gus Neldernutyer'a old stand) Is tb
place to get an eaay abave, a rood sham.
poo or a neat uair cu irv niin. 4J
One door aaat of Hughes' Bank.
W. S. EPPERSON,
COTTAGES AND SUBURCIN VILUS
man. fur CnurcliM fumlaued al balf prlea.
onhie-Ke. at Ula sumI, Uuusu, mis
East sido of tho Square, Richmond, Alo.,
. SjIo Agent fo
Pumps of all Kinds
And ri.es fir. iihod to ordr.
GUTTERING AND. ROOFING
Done in a workmanlike m inner.
li'ii til Cnisji E;w Si:;.
Mavlnff aaaoclatrd with roy niackamltbinr a ffrat-clai Wood Workman, wears
ao prepared to do all kinJl of Kepa ring is thi Wood-Work line.
Will manufacture Buggies, Farm and Spring Wagona, Plows and everything
(ertalng to the Wagon or Carriage Builneaa. We use none but the very best ma.
tehal In our work.
PAINTING ol all klnda done promptly and In good style at the Lowost Prlos
Give us A Trial
nd be convinced of what we nay It true.
SHOP SOUTa OF WA8SON HOUSE.
America Leads (he World.
THIS TIME ESPECIALLY IN A
That will without doubt revolutionize the make and uss of
wagons. Its fine t rning qualities, thaft-evulizing, perfect
adjustmant and simplicity must place it in the lead. We
are now making them, together with our mU.vl line of
Wagons, Buggies and. Spring Wagons. We invito an in
spection of goods and prices.
n all its branches promptly and carefully done by compe
tctand skilled workmen.
UPo-woll tSo Sons.
RICE & SON,
Groceries and Hardware.
Keep constantly on hand a large and well-selected stock
f these goode and they can offer bargains in that line, thai
cannot be obtained anywhere in Kay county Call and the)
will convince you by giving their
Furniture, Steves and Tinware.
We also carry a full stock of the celebrated
Both for heating and cooking.
Come and 8"e our goods, get our prices and cecure bargains'
PERCIVAL & FOWLER.
Tinware and Cutlery.
hj Ci bralcd
We have opened
out, in the room 1
one door west of
the Hughes Bank,
a most complete &
and well selected
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONIC
fia.-rw)rrrla fall .rvsa lai,laaU mm4
Iiaia.arlrif rrHaM(i will Srtlr rllT
filsatf salaaarksua mm 4 imamr- aiurr rrtoirrr,
1 1 la p I'aaa a t t Sb Sava, Mtat. mmj a Sab m mi all
IJtara ilai attOi.
rull laatrnrtlaa sHvoa Mrrl1a llaallary
Alr sraica arllllb ttal fr l aa iaiaa
i in aiiortn mrwm
Kerriii t rinaii ionic u Kecoroaieodei 6y Doctors.
I oaa aav for roar rnaa J oala. thai I hart bra yaaa It la aa
rrartica lur arr liirait. Asa I'trriua rtiulaior it l u aiuai,
irrau -I a caae or I lenua Ht'Uiurrltaira of 13 ) i sr.' ai nn ill njr, ai'd
an aallalad mj paitanl Ulf rntaucoily currtt. Tuu miu a laintol t
4to.4a7 urwiUtiiatl J)aian. rncs, St.
I. m, MIMlOi Bro CO., tola froprWVo.
a. w. l. acnwBicr
l,n ii r,r, 1 1 1 iiiiaaMr--Tl
Livery & Feed
Are propaied at any and all times
. to accomodate the publio with
kLP) '.'. E:r:cs, Eis.,
Will oonrey puipneri to any po.nl
(Jaalred at a momenta notlc. Bnrstf
boarded by day, week or month, on
Customer may rely oo fromptnMl
food turnouts, aaie horses and moOer.
New Buggies and
Oal GroCo SboG parm,
JOHN A. HAYNES. Prsprlelor.
K iinoNO, 111 ,
ImportK. and taotna-bvptl
Recorded PoUndChina Swine.
QnrWl InrllvMiiKM. ROtui eolurn ami frood vnl
frvv. First Premium htnl of :.ttl- nt Rlrh
mouil. Mo., Hi. 'iit. lfWfl, lirivlfMl lv llm liiirri
bnil iir1t'-iiiiit:te Vini)c Mttry Hull d l)uki
1 Waauiaiid Also Urt'edcr ol
t ' m rtmmnt n Mrnnrt
Htook for r1 at all ttniraat rra.onablp rir
Visitor, alway. welcome. Call oa or atUlri-M
53 JOHN A. HAYNES, Richmond, Mo.
locust wim mm.
1, 'a. r, VtiV
tit . vM" "'.':,T
Thoroughbred and Grade
I have two throujrhbred bulls for sale
Stock on hand tor sale at all limes
Call at farm. 9 tulles northwest of alor
ton. liar oountv. Mo., and in.peut stock
Mar Poatottloe. Morton. Mo. 60-
GEO. W. FALK,
UrMir mmmI tthlppar of furs Bred
I bavc aatMl rn.v ma eiioi-t animals of thi
Bitiftt apMrovsw oeitifror -n brpeil injr , nnnac
qitantiy my bent is urctl to a very hiiib aia a o
ntTlrctioii. ttlnck ftl all a.oi not! anw brel
lor salt? at all aiiasona ol the tear I'rica rra
anuanle anil nuautr ol stuck second to none
Htock rtwo. (1 In A. P -C It. Writ iu rat
lor prices or none bdU e my bent. Altlrt-ar
as sliuva lb
FA1RVIEW STOCK FARM!
ISAA.0 H.. ZIMMERMAN
Young Bulls (or sale st na.HonaUi rtit.
Farm'1 nules norttiWMt of KiioxvIIIm, Ka
SOU JklO. ifM.111
Health Is Wealth.
b v i
Dr. 1. C- West's tr lid Bali Treattent.
A guamnttM-a sttfriftc lor tiyaicrla, dt'ltifHs.
Iicr.oii!. iit-uslrHtiou cauMtl ly (lie nae of alfulioi
or lnliHcw. wjki-fiiliH'sw, atifrniliiic of thf brnm
rrauliiiiaj lu liiaHtiKy anil Ir-mUliis U tit'. tth. pm
liiitlurv old barrt-iiiifsa, u of n.wfr In
r"T itri, luvuiuniary iuntes Mi.n rtin-nuaun
rlKH-s paust-d hv over .'Xfi-tion ol tin' brain. fll-
atiuh ttr itvfr lntnlK('Uit. K.u-li Uia t-O'ilalm
oa iiiuiilirs trr;in.'nl. St s box, or lk b..aei
(or ., sent by inn 1 1 iriH.d on recit ( pru-s
WBfi VlAHATttC MIX MUSK)
To nitra any ra-w. Wiinemh onler rmf Ived f
n utile. m-ciiiniKtiiitHi y a."), w will aiut lit"
a(ir.:haitr our wrltiHi, gntr.yit to rwfumlllisi
money II itw tn.iiinfiu does uot erttMsl a cur.
Uuu4'tnlAwa Uattod unly Ity
JOH . Mr.aT '.
H H nndlM Ml.. C bli a.o, ilia.
Brrietter of Purs 11 red and Uitfh Utad
.Bjemrm- -JLjjrT, ilt&&-
dfM.f .ft Af
I.ltnbm, Hark mnd
ilfrfew, iTnat itfooiip
Mlatir1m,CmtlpUm JLKtdnry Tfubtetx
H-VOUHA CORDIAL CURES RHEUMATISM.
fart Blnrwl a n1 klrlnry Trtrartln. by rtnilnt IM
Itxii of nil IU luipunilaa, Ircnglbrnlua all parts
Sf tba body.
volina cordial Cures sick headachL
K'flrfilrta. I'alna In lha l.ltnlw. ftttrk and lrlM. bf
1irr'"i lit aervat and Mrcugibfalag ih n.uatls
-t-VOUKA CORDIAL CURES OySPEPSIA,
Inrttmttnn anrl f wnttir-atlon. by aMInt tho m
lldttnrof Ihr rfxl lbroii(nihprofratUwawfUS
fttoiuav tt , II eoaim bajlhy appwtta,
- VOIIHA CORDIAL CURES NERVOUSNESS.
IVptenHon af aplrita and Waakaeaa, by aallTaa
log an J toning lit ayl4?a.
w-VOHNA CORDIAL CURES 0YEW03KED
snrl rlr. WofNen, Puav and atcSir CtatMrea.
II Ifldrllgtiirul and nutrllfoua aa a Raral Toalo.
VOLINA DRUO A CHEMICAL CO,
BALTIMORE MD., U.S.A.
C. 8. Si K. C. TIME CARD,
AK1UVB AT CAUROM.TUM.
frt. I. PrWIIIr..
4 l m.
10; 13 a. nit
So, t. AcvoiUinoilatlon. .
LKAV K CAI.UULI.TON.
Vo. 1 Prtenttr It:i5 a m.
No. a. Afvniniwidniloti w p. m.
No. 10. Rtock Kir!is. ft:'J0 p. nw
Nn in loavM Carrntllnti HAtiirilava and Tiie
ity and arnvr at ltirtitiKtn Mnndays and
VV'erlneattays. All otber intdns duily sxcept
"GULF R3JTE" TIMECARD.
(UNION DEPOT. KAN HAS CITY).
Harrison Til le A Oveola awtm, dsllf Urtn m
-tjiriinriMd & Jonlin mall, dally Iflflf a n
.nempuis si new urieansexis usuy piu
HaiTlsnnrlllfl h Onenaln wwril, dally,.. .lOflO am
SjiriHglli'ld fc Jit'itii. mull. dully ft:') m
vn uricaiia m n.fuifinia esp, amiy.,., e:uuiu
J. B. LOCKWOOI), Ucn. PaM. A pent,
n U Kansas Ctty. Mo.
- . . 1
DR. 0. G. W. ADAMS,
Vitapathlc System or Llfo
1 ft rmordlnry wrw whirl) IMn wytrm bat
elTtfted have attrartrd piil'lk at'entlnn.
lr. AilMina talll iliMrittmsi viuir disea. Kith rait
rliar-ftu or without f-t-lng yon. He ml iovk itl
in inrce j-rphi MiuiipH, aianiiK sue ami sex.
All his intMltutiifS arp m ven In Uircnira form.
Alitl llit-y eml)r;tre all lltuf Is Bood Itl all otbur
KyHtnruH ol practics, . "
Tha Dldcci Jewelry hn is
aNSAI cm, MO.
M B. AVRIGIIT,
ihi : i MU
icistlca, Sorstches. Contracted
Lambago, Bp rains. Masclss,
EheomsUnn, Strains, Irnptions,
Bornt, Blitches, Hoof Ail,
Scalds. Stiff Joint, Bcrsw
Bungs, Baciachs, Worms.
Bilos, Galls, Bwlnnsy,
Braises, Bores, Saddle Oalla,
B anions. Spavin filsfl.
THIS GOOD OLD STAND-BY
acoomrtiiahes for everybody exactly wbat laclaliurd
for It, Oneuf tba reaaons f or tbe groat popularity of
tha Miutantf Uulmcnt Is found In Its uulvoraal
applicability S'erytxMly newteiuvha medlclno.
Tba IltjHaewlle nevda l( fur geaaral family uas.
The C annier naedattfor blsteamaand hli mea.
Tbe Alechaute needs U always oa bis work
Tba MlaeraeedaHtncaaeof eniaiwav-y.
The tMenuer oeet it can't gat along without It,
The Farmer needs tt la bis bouse, his aiaula,
and bla atouk yard.
The Hteaniboai em er the Deal ta a a aeedg
It In UberalauDilradalandaiibore.
The llorM-lunrlrr uevds U-tt Is bis beat
friend and aaleat rellaove.
The eieck-grower rertt It -II will save faiss
IhouaMida of dollara and a world of t rouble.
The Umtlroad ttiao neetla It and will ueed It as
Ions as hit life la a round of aoctdentaand duugara.
Tbe Barkweedaiitnn needs It There Is noth
ing like It aa an antidote for the dangers tu life,
Unib and eonifort wliicn aurrouna ine pioneer.
Tbe Merchant needs it about tats store among
fata employee. Acvideuta will happen, and wuea
tiieseooiuaUio sluatasg Untraent la wanted at once.
Keep a llollle tutbe House, 'TUlbs beat of
Keep a nettle In the Factory, ItslmmadtaW
ttae to case of aocMoot aavea pain and loas of wagMtv
Heep a Ueilte Always la the Stable lor
USED BY TI'.E LEST FENIO
at i. awi Lai-abtlliT.
so lamplcs for tm'. post-patJ, w Cents
IVISON. BLAKtV1AN, TAY10P, A 00..
IBS tud 7S liToauw&y, Hi w Vork..
1 a.V-Ui.ll 1LOJ.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
C ?in pi led frvas TaiiwM roca.
Ortonn. C. RtrRi.R. fattier of Owners.
Dn a It Sickles, died In Ne- York on
a omriAi of a finnan navy yara naa
been uaemte1 for bitraylng socrota to
Tna ffftlrl rwttn anil Kit 1 1 inn In Ins Imb4.
ttry, Iras It'VOin.Ufl (told crt ifl-atcs In
varcuiBiion, imnunvi w vim wy,vti.
Tint French Uovornment party reotSlrod
a markod revnMO In tho Chamber of Pep
utp on tho 11th, In a rot on in adminis
rtinrnRR mr-morial sf-rvims toertt hMrj
In various Brooklyn rhurrhns on Ibo ilth.
tr. Chnrlos K Hall delivered tho sermon
In Plymouth Church, which was literally
t. I.TWf'n tklxni,r. of Houth Carolina.
has boon Uran a tarred from tho fmattloa at
Consul-llenorul and aorrotary nf the Intra
tion nt (lautemala Ut that of Conaut-Uon-
e i-il nt Constantitiopln.
- i aaw
Hni. Katha!: T. Hthatto. whd was a
tnotnbur of tho Thirty-snrond and Thirty
third CoiijrrfiSrHj from Mew Jorsey, died
at Mi. a Hill, N. J., on tho nivht of tho
klh, ugod sovonty-thrRo yours.
Titi Oovomor's apoorh at tho ononlftv
rf tho Now Houth Wnlos Colonial l'arlla-
hiont announced the Introduction Of a bill
tr pratoct the colony a rainst tho lnltux of
Fronrh criminals ru'eaod from Now
Thk elrrulnttnn of standard Bler dot.
lam is now fr.T.'.'H.Alo out of a total cotn-
Spe of fiVl 471,047. Ilio silver rertiflratrs
In clrculal inn amount to f 1't W de
ducting which leave. 7.V9Trl,745 net stand
ard dollars In tho treasury.
Tnt Nicnraffu Canal Com nan v has a
feprfientttivo in Londtn direct from Nlo
rHfrna elitfmin&t to apeak for tho Irev
flontof thnt country. Hj denies that tho
UniU'd RinU'a has any treaty undoratand
inir covering tho propose 1 Nicaragua ea
tiul. I'tiR Issue of standard silver dollars
from the mints d urine tho week endod
March 5 was m,7l4. The Issue during
th- rorrotponnlnir week of lat year was
iTn3;0, Tho shlpmonts of fractional sll
ver coin during 1-eh r nary amounted to
Tim total vnlue. of tho eaporta of domes.
tic bread .tufts duriuR tho mmth of Feb
ruary, 1SS7. amr.untol to fl 1,81,441. aa
Airniost 10,U5.157 for tha tame time In
InA and for tho eieht months audvl Fb
runry tir. 1KS7, BllH. 670,44, asrainst 7i,4lll,
lor a corresponding period la lbtiA,
Brio ADikR'(igssKi. Ukbei.t teceired
his commission on tho 9th ns Chief Signal
O filcer of tho army, and dulyentorod on
tho dutios of his rnnk. It Is not under
stood what cause 1 the delay In issuing the
commission from tho War Iiopartment
The delay made considerable dlfforonce of
Pr-Riso a riot In Gal way, Ireland, An tha
night of tho 7th, while the troops were
con lined to thoir barracks, a mob, num
bering l.otn men, beat and kicked a doseo
soldiers found straggling in the streets,
nnd chased them Into the barracks. They
afterword stoned tho windows of tha bar
racks. Pm so wardens from all parts of the
country snet at the ltutsell Houeo, la De
troit, Mich., on tho 8th, to form an asso
ciation for bettor management and for
tracing criminals. Joseph Nicholson, of
tho Detroit Huuse of Correction, presided,
and B. F. Wines, of Illinois, acted as sec
retory. It Is expected that Judge McCuo, Holtc
ltor of the Treasury, will either be ap
pointed as the alditionul circuit judge for
tho Now York district, for the trial of
customs case, or th it he will bo appoint
ed assistant Hoc rotary of the Troasury In
the event of Mr. Fairchill's appointmunt
Urnrhal Milrs received a tnlegram
from Captain Law ton on the night of the
6ih stating thut troops wore encamped
near N ovules, but anticipated no trouble.
The Mexican authorities regret the recent
outrnge, aud orroatoJ all offenders but
one and turned them over to tbe American
Secretary Wiiitxbt has received four
designs for tho proponed 6,00 -ton naval
cruisers. Con gross authorisid an award
of A1VX-0 to the dosignor whose plans
should be aecoptod, and it Is understood
thut a number of American and foreign
designers aud constructors proposo to
tuko part In tho competition.
Tub clerks of the House of Kc present
tlvos have Just completed a comparison of
the bills pocketed by President Cleveland
at the recent sessloo of Congress with the
number of bills which have failed In other
years in a similar way. This time no loss
than forty different bills and resolutions
died by the pocket veto, as against a prev
ious maximum total of eight
The funeral of Mrs, Huth Rigors Ha r
mon, grandmother of Mrs, President
Cleveland, was hold a. ChurcbvUle, N. Y.,
at 11 a. m. on the :h. Iter. Dr. A. J. Bar
rett, of K rhfts tor, offl-'lating. The five
rhtldren of Mrs. H trmon. Including Mrs.
Oscar Fol.om, of Washington, the mother
of the Prosidout's wife, attended, Mrs.
Harmon was seventy-eight years of age.
Kveht thing needed to convert Oak vie
Into a home has boon sent there, and on
the 10th the President and Mrs. Cleveland
took up their abode nt their country
seat. How long they will remain la not
yet known, the Prosident in ths mean
time will drive in and out of town morn
ing and evoning to and from the White
House and attend Kxoculive business as
Tub Supremo Court having done what
Congress ooud not do. owing to toe in
tense opposition. In putting and end to
the license tax levied on commercial
travelers, thero is great excitement in
Virginia. 1 hut mute exacts a drummers'
license of f 175 a year and has gut ha rod a
revenue from this source of nearly fJiO,
OO) annually. Washington la disturbed
Tub Secretary of Ktate is Informed that
tho cholera has s proud through parte of
the Chilian Proviuee of Aconcagua and
Valparaiso, and is exteoiing along the
vullcy nf Aconcagua toward the sou. At
a station on the railroad between n
tin go and Valparaiso, thirty-live miles
from the latter, about AX) cases have so
fur becu reported, of which about 250
have proved fatal.
Mk. Hknky C. Ham, United K tales
Minister to Central A merica, informs the
Hccretury of Hutu thut on February 6
duett communication was formally In
augurated and ntiened between Guate
mala and Mexico by the extension of the
Mexican laud lines at Guatemala, This
arrangement placoi Mexico in close com
b-iunication with Guatemala and the otber
Central American HUttes.
Tub Stanley expedition for tha relief of
Knnn Bey. which left Kuniibar a lew
weeks ago, arrived at Cape Town on the
evening of the utu, and loft on the imn
for the Congo river. Mr. (Stanley says he
will got theio by the 14tb inst, three days
earlier than he had expected to. lbe lueu
cuiiiposing the expedition wore all in flue
cuoditiou. 'J hMO had so far been neither
a.:kui)s uor Uosortiou among them.
1 hbw belted cruiser, the Galatea, was
launched uu the loth from the Napier yard
at Guvun, ou the Cly.ie. just ihi.ow Glas
gow. L-irl Charles Beretfor 1 wus on
board. The Galatea is v f-et long,
betwooti porpondiculars, tlfty-s: r foot es-
tremo length of letni, and thirty -seven
feet du-ip. Her draught of water it nine
teen foet, aud bor displacement will bo
fcWO tna wbvu In PtiUiK coQUillou.
PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
Hrxat Ward Bbbciibb died at 9:90 a. nt
on the 8th.
RSCRBTAMT MSS1XOlS to tak 8 trip
abroad for the benefit of his health.
Ni!A VA KA'trtT was, on tbe 8th. bef
mitted to visit the Chicago jail and ae
August Kpies. Hhn was not allowei to go
itisule thecajre, however.
tub Kuotle Island iiemocrata nominated
a full Htate tickot on the Sfb an J Indorsed
the National Administration.
Tor funiral of tho late American Con
sill-General Heap occurred at Constanti
nople on the Uth with imposing ee ra
in on lee.
Aw outbreak of hMf'broeds li anpfe
hended in Dakota and tha military ot the
Territory ta being placed In readiness for
Tn ocean yachts Coronotand Dauntless
expected to start from New York on their
great race across tbe Atlantic on the lothi
Thb Hupreme Bnctt of Maryland ovdr-
ruled the motion for a new trial in th
rase of Jnhrt Thomas Hnsa, tha negro
burkeri Who is under conviction of bar
ing murdered Emily Brown. Oa tho rUb
fce will be sentenced to be hangol.
MRatr-nis, Trxs., has ordered Mood
hounds from Philadelphia to bunt do w if
Itowa, who killed Constable Loiran at
Dea Moines, la., was exonerated by the
coroner's Jury, on the 8th, but was ar
rested subsequently on Information
charging htm with murder.
Tub tailoring establishmnn of Nlcoll In
New York was burned on the morning
of tbe 8th. In the excitement passongets
od aa elevated railway train become panic
stricken, and many Jumped or fell to the
streets below, a distance of thirty feet,
snd an appalling loasof life and casualties
Arrasormrxts are being made at the
Treasury Department to supply the de
mand lor small notes, silver certificates i
and United Htates notes, which la Tory
lartreand is Increasing dally.
Tub man ley expedition for the relief of
Emin Bey has arrived at Simons town,
Cape of Good Hopo. The expdttio i will
take the supplies awaiting it at Simons-
town and proceed on Its Journey.
1 in magnificent new brown stone build
ing for the use of the medical department
of Western Reserve University at Clove
land, O., was dedicated on tha 8th. The
structure cost $175,000 and waa built by
John L. Woods, tho millionaire lumber
man. United Htates Be o a tor Payne and
wife donafel tbe site.
Wilbrkt Ci.rart, twenty-ono years of
age, son of a commission merchant, coin
milled suicide at bis home In Washing
ton, D. C, on the Hth. He placed the
muii'e of a pistol In his mouth and fired.
tho bullet pasting upward and through
the brain. Ill health lei to despondency
and the awful act
A Hbaxqrai telegram aays a rich
Christian morohant namoi Lo has been
executed there in disregard of French
mediation In his behalf. This Is taken aa
an indication that China has determined
to maintain ber denial that France has any
exceptional right to protection on religious
1 na (Secretary of the Interior has direct
ed that all important decisions of his
office In pension cases, made during the
present calendar year, be prtotod from
time to time, and that at the end of the
year they be bound into a volume. Orders
for this volume received by tha pun no
printer before the work goes to press
will be filled at a price ten par cant, above
cost of printing and binding.
As understanding has been reachod be
tween a committee representing the
American Cattle Breeders Association
and the Commissioner of Agriculture
which promises more efficient co-operation
between the aasociat'on and the Depart
ment of Agriculture In the suppression of
Lucy Parsons, the female Anarchist of
Chicago, was locked up at Columbus, O.,
on the Dih, for unsoomly conduct
im debate in the Gorman Reichstag on
the Heptennate bill olosod on the ilth, and
the measure was passed with little oppo-
War. C. HitiRMA, of Boston, after swind
ling some cnpitalists out of a largo sum of
money, hus skipped to Canada,
Pkrsiiirrt Giirbx, in making the West
ern Union quarterly report, recommends
thnt the dividend be passed.
Iiib Husstan press is very bitter In its
denunciation of I he alleged atrocious treat
moot of captured re volution lata by the
Bulgarian regent a
Ihi Illinois leg.sitture is considering a
proposition to purchase lortheBtate tbe
old Lincoln homestead.
Tub British Admiralty exonerates the
American Legation at London from any
part in the navy-yard scandal for which
Draughtsman Terry waa dismissed.
Tub national Base Ball League mooting
at New York cloaed up its business on tho
uin, and adjourned until neat year.
l hi assis ts at Dublin was closed by the
court on tbettth, thi announcement being
made from the bunch that tho juries
wore sure to acquit ins accused.
Ins New York Timn says the control of
the Baltimore at Ohio road has passed
Into the hands of Alfred Bully of New
York. The report lacks confirmation.
Tub boiler of a shingle mill at hdmore.
Mich., exploded on the 9th, killing Chas.
Waters and Denny Hherlock, and wound
ing a number of others.
TnB largest importation of foretgnere
made by one steamer for so mo time was
landed at Castle Garden, New York, on
the Oth, from the French steamer Cheri
bon. There were 1,-UL and all were Ital
ians. JrsTiM McCarthy has departed for Eu
rope. Tub spec al grand Jury to Investigate
the alleged municipal crookedness in Chi
cago has begun its work.
lna Comptroller of the Currency has
authorised the Cedar Itapids Natioual
Bank of t edar r ipids, la., to begin busi
ness with a cupiUl of 100, im
Frank Chawvoro and Thomas Pearsall,
residents ot Bridgeport, Pa., were
drowned In the Muuongahela river, lock
No. 5, on the night of the Hth. Thctrbodies
were not reoovorei. Thomas Anderson,
of Bridgeport, missing since the T h, waa
found drnwneJ in th, Uononganela river
four miles bo low Brownsville,
Btrpukn Hltton, of the firm of Hutton.
Htutxman A Co., of Ligonier, Pa., wat
brutally beaten and almost killed during
the night of the Bth, by throe burglars
whom Hutton surprised in their furniture
factory, where thJ burglars had broken
in to obtain tools to burglarise bualnesit
Thr Treasury Department la Informed
that many of the trade dollars preseniod
for redemption at New York have been
split and Ailed so skilfully as to almost
Tub Governor of Alsace-Lorraine baa
accomplished the dissolution of two hun
dred anti-Gorman societies within his
jurisdiction siuce the recent elections.
Tub vacant chaplainship In the navy, it.
is ssid, will be HI led by the appolntmin.
of Hev. Father Clarence E. Woodman, of
New York, who, lu such an event, will b
the Orst Catholic chaplain ever appumted
in the navy.
Captain Jawbs B. Eads died on the
Bth inst. at Nassau, New Providence, of
Tub reported existence of yellow-fever
at Vera Crux, Moxico, Is denied.
Tub Kopubl leans of the Twenty-eighth
senatorial district of Virgiuia have nomi
nated a uegro. )
By a melinite explosion at the fortress
of Bel furt, Frunce, on tbe 10. h six sol liera
were killed aud eleven wounded.
Tub trouble at the Roger Williams Uni
versity (colored), Nashville, Toun., is re
Daviu Grant, of Cedar Haplts, la., bad
a sale of Norman and Clydosdale stallions
on the loth, the prices averaging I7J0.
Thb British navy -yard scandal is a fruit
ful to pie tn London. The officials apneai
to shrink from the investigation.
Lity Paksoxs waa placed under tHOu
bonds to keep the peace at Columbus, O.,
on the loth, aud failing to give bad weut
Tub United Labor party of Akron, O.,
have put a full city ticket in tha no Id.
Art ut u Bki rswick, the messenger boy
strike organiser of New York, oaiue clear
ou his trUl for conspiracy ou the Mil.
Judgu Murray said aouie sharp thing
about Jay Gould la dismissing thu case.
Dk. Jumkba, tha Afrloau explorer! but
rrived ( UmuIvO wJ bbalV-b
Ornrrai. N rw ton, Cnmmtsslonor of
Public Works of New York City, Is pr eng
ine the matter of street Improvements
after the kind lit London and Paris. The
estimated cost Is A.iiX),()uU
Mil Of.ArnTONR annoances that ha will
personally lead the opposition to coercion
TwRMTT-rm-R ntNiiRttn minora have
Struck In the Horinagn district, Belgium. !
Ctril Hrari.b, a well-known actor, the
atrical manager and Journalist, rilei al i
Hnvunnah, Oa., on the lilt h, of consump
tion, lie had been there sinco October,
He loaves a widow (Hose Eylknge) snd a
Th time for Iho reception of proposals
for furnishing steel for guns and armor
has been ext 'ndod by the Recretary ol tba
Nafy from March IS to March li
Christinr NiLsaow has at last boen
married lo Count Miranda, nn1 It is re-
ported that she will retire from Mie lyri
Mr. Wfi.ttiNstW, the military corre
spondent of the Manchester Ousirtiian, was '
arrested recently at Crsruw. Austrian
Oalicia, as a Russian spy. He was re
leased after twelve hours" imprleonment.
A fnoriMUt. Is being discussed to grant
annually to the President nf the German
Reichstag the sum of 10,000 or 90,0.10 marks
for the purpose of promoting Informal
social gatherings of members of all par
ties. Louis Birrau who attempted tn kill
Surveyor of the Port Hans 14. Bonnie, In
tho New York Custom House, last Octo
ber, waa seuteneed on the tilth by Judge
Benedict in the United Htates Circuit
Court, to five years1 confinement in lha ;
Htate piiAon. I
Tub failure of the old and well-known
house of I. Ievenson A Co., wholesale I
clothiers, New York, was caused by a die
honest book keeper. It accmt that the
book-keeper, Edward M. Newman, has
pursued a clever system of falsification
for many years.
Tub Prinoe and Princess of Wales have I
Intimated to Mm Jnmni Brown Potter !
their intention of being present on the oo I
camion of her debut on tho stage. I
Tits president will probably, within tbe
next few weeks, appoint anew Minister
to Liberia, the Minister appointed to that
mission shortly after the beginning of tbe
presidential term having died, and the
mission now being vacant
First Comptroi.br Dunham has de
cided that the Increase In the amount ap
propria tod bv tho last Cougresa from
r-JOO.000 to 1440,000 to provide arms and
equipments for the mllttta does not be
come available until July I next, the be
ginning of the next fiscal yoar.
F. C. Wmppi.B, elty editor of the Toledo
(().) JjW, was cowhided oo the UtK by Mrs.
Kahtiiqi akr shocks were renewed la
Southern France and Italy on tha Hth.
A bio opiiim-amuggling scheme hus
been unearthed at Detroit, Mich., and one
of the smugglers is under arrest
Fot'HTBKN more officers who were lead
ers in the Bulgarian revolt were shot on
Thr telk Is revived In Washington of
Mr. Thorn ns E. Tutt, of Bt Louie, for Boo
retary of the Treasury.
pRAtGIITSMAN TmtHT'S trOBSOO With
navy -yard secrets ia still annoying tho
Brit Ish House of Commons.
Hrnnbsht, the sergeant-at-nrma of the
Texaa Senate, has been arrested on ad
ditional charges of peculation.
Tub Indiana Bupreme Court, on tho
llth, refused to grant a rehearing lo
Hinlth In the Lieutenant-Governorship
Arcmmmiof Kikbt, ninety year of ago.
Is to be created a cardinal for Ireland on
M.trch IT. There la much rejoicing in Ire
Tub result of the post-mortem exami
nation of the bodies of Robert and Cor
nelia Denmead at New Brunswick, It. J.,
shows that thev starved to death.
Brcrrtaht Wiiitnrt makes a statu,
ment showing that the Government hns
done no clandestine work In procuring
naval designs, having bought after ad
vertising. Tub Heptonnuto bill was put through
tho formality of final piissago in tho Ger
man Reichstag oa the Hth. It was car
ried by an overwhelming mnjorHy.
A it'iDT of ministers mit at New York
on the llth, with Rev. Mr. Ta Ira age at
thotr heid, and passed resolutions on
Henry Ward Boothor's death, as an offset
to the orUiodux action of Chicago.
Inihoxation over the alleged repreheu
sible course pursued by Mr. R indall In the
m j naze ment ol the appropriations bills in
tho Forty-ninth Congress does notaoem
Tiir Bulgarian Bobranje Is to be de
manded to furnish that country with a
tnoro stable government
An emigrant train on the Baltimore ft
Ohio railroad waa wrecked on the 1 1th, and
sixteen of the people recently arrived by
the stoamir Khien were Injured.
Hrnhy Autin (colored) was hanged at
Mid.llesboro, N. C , on the llth, for the
murder of his step-daughter. He confossed
on the gallows.
Tub keol of the now ateol cruiser
Charleston, which Is to be built at Bnn
Francisco will be laid early In April, and
the Carnegle-Pipps Htool Company at
Pittsburgh ia working gangs of mon night
and day making the steel plates, tho tlrs
of which am expected at Ban Praucisoc
some time this week. The iron to be used
In tha ship la being rolled at Ban Francis-
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
Thr total number of difforent military or
g.im tut ions corresponding at this lime with
regard to entry and transportation to me
national drill at Washington isxJA.
Tub Bultan of Morocco has prohibited
the sale, or purchase of intoxicants of all
kinds aud has abolished tho statu tobacco
It is stated on good authority that the
State Department hus never contemplated
the recall of Judge Manning, Minister lo
Mexico, nor has his resignation ueeu
Fiva crowded cars went through a bridge
on tho Boston At Providence railroad near
Boston, on the morning of the 14th. The
accident proved a terrible one, aoino thirty-
three persons being killed and fifty wound
ed. Ihe victims were shockingly mangled,
John VV. Davis has accepted the Demo
cratic nomination for Governor of Rhode
(Tub body of Captain Eads arrived at
Jacksonville, Fla., from the Bahamas on
A schooner owned by Captain J. Bolivar
and sailed by bim and his two bona was
found drilling in Iuku Ponchartruin near
Now Orleans recently. The three men are
supiiosed to bo lost.
Tub attempt on the life of the Car has
boon continued. Hovoral students weru
urrcatcd with dynamite in their possession.
It is reported thut a arty of Kussian
nihilists condemned to exile attacked a mail
couch neur Tschtla, shot the coachuisu and
guards and stole 1U7.1RI0 roubles in paper
and 40,iMt roubles in gold.
Tub budget of has been presented
to the Spanish Cortea. The ruvoipls were
estimated at iimu,I)u) pesetas aud tbe ea
pond itu res at 3.J,tutM.
Au. the cooiku s of New York and Brook
lyn have relurued to work at reduced wages
all or signing an agree meut to leavo
Grohob K. Crawkuuu, lumber dealer, of
Cincinnati, has assigned. Liabilities, IU0,
Oi Ai; asset, ct.i,0M.
In the New oi k Legislature appropriate
resolutions wuro paaod r-oUtivu to tbe
death of Mr. Uoeiher and a uumun ol
eulogies wore delivered.
Tub Dubliu coi-poi utiun refused to send
a oouf;ratulaiory address on the (Juecu s
I Bmalupux hus midi Us appearance In
Jamsville, Wis., aud ia cauaiug geuerul
I Bbnatob ButauAN aud his party on the
!14tn aritvott in Havana, t una.
HufcAM Wuitit, a wealthy ciiun of Taylor,
'An., bled to dath the otbor day from the
jeffecu of a wouud inU.cioi ou httuaoif
while cleaning a nllo.
j LlKl'TKN ANT J- B. PoWBLt of the Higuat
;Corpa, died in Waahiuguiu rocuutly (ivui
IsofUiuiug of tbe braiu.
! Uas at detat ituiion exists a:uoug the
Cheyeiit.es ou Uedtiud and Tongue rivura.
During ttiu laat lllleuu days the ludiuns
have Inhu eating dead pomea 'J'eu liutitaii
jUibics huvo divl bocauMt. their moiuers
could uol luruioti vilia by rvtisou yl WtMl ui
MISSOURI 8TATE NEWS.
The Ntate frlalalere.
Tr the fVnnte, tn the Mb. th d7 was spent
tn eonaidertng bills In the order nf third rend
ing, snd a nmK r were dtaposed nf. Amonsjj
Ihoae paaseri were the fnllowlnaT of general Im
portance: Making It a misdemeanor to ahont
at s mark or sny ehjeet, or st ramUtm. alnegor
aemaa any pnhlle highway ; pmYidtnR a penalty
of Imptiaonment In the penitentiary, ant ev
eedtna Ave years, for biaehmsll; making
private beakers eiimlnally reaponaible f.vr re
tcttlhg depoalta when shank ts la a falllnreon
rtitlon; to prevent rliaeaaed nUtck off any k lad
from running at large: to prevent the trrant-
ntr. sennlngor delivering ns or tlcketa at a
rtiftcounlto memriers off the State Bnerd o
Ri n all nation, any Rlute, Jadldat. eoonty or
unirlpal ornera, ny any rllnan er otaer
transport at inn enmpary, or any officer, aa-ent
ar employe of any snrh rompeny. and toper
tent any nf said nffleera Irons aveeplln. aatag
or traveling on the same In the Hoas th t
day waa irnt (n dteeulon nf the (leneral Ap
propriation bill, a bUtr Oght bete made on
the Item of lU.nnr) for the Holla Hehnol of
Mines, which, however, waa retained In tbe bill.
Pending diacusalon tbe House adjourned.
IN the Reflate, nn the 7th. the most Important
buatness transacted waa the a we are nt toe
Senate Mil to prevent Intimidation nf lahnrrra
snd to provide a penally therefor, snd the Rait
rond bill; aleo the bill llmlttnir tbe enarae of
stndy n the public srhnnls to orthorrapby,
reading In Rngllah, penmsnabtp, arithmetic,
Knglish grammar, gengrapby, Cnlted States
history, civil government, and phyilolosry and
hygiene In the Mouae the entire day was
devoted to the consideration of the appronrla
tlon bills. The normal school appropriations
were fought over, but were finally voted a
recommended by the committee: also,
the various Items aaked for
Improvements. The provisions sppmprtstlnsT
one-third of the revenue for school parpoaea
was slso arrernl to after a sharp debate. The
treat of the bill went through wlthont chanr-.
except thnt l.v was appropriated for th
KanaaafityTdtw Library. The bill wtasthenre
pfitled to the Houae and the eommtttee a mead
ments spreed to. An mpl waa made tn de
feat ihe anornciiatloa of one-third of the rev
enue for tbe piiblie schools, but it failed, and
that provision of the bill will go to tbe Menata
Whlrb has slrradv placed ueeu oo reeorn aa
favoring such an approprtatbm. Pending
the rngroSBmrnt of tbe bill the tlouaa ad
In the Kenate, oo the Sth, the MM exemrrtlnat
superintendents of poor-houses rroas Jury duty
Was pssHCd, on reconsideration. a urge
amount of buninena was puabed throngh. and
several bills were disposed of; that prohibiting
tbe employment of armed detective ivy corpor
ations tie log defeatml. Tbe mil was paasen
providing that on and after September. tRMti, all
freight ears acquired by railways shall be pro
vided with automatic eouplers In the
House the events of the day were the paasage
of the bill appropriating aM0.im for the im
provement rat the 8lat4i Capitol snd the defeat of
the Kail road bill knows aa No. ftU, after a abort
and aharp debate, by a vote of ttl yeas be bh nave.
The bill to make the aalaiiea of record-ra the
e aa thoae of circuit clerks In eounllesof
teaa than UU inhabitants was pawsed.
Ik the Senate, on the Sin. a messaire was re
ceived from the (lovemor announcing that ha
hsd slimed tbe bill appropriating Stvou for
linorovemeut of tbe Htate Capitol. A Bel
day s work was acoompllalied In the Doal dls-
poaltlonof bill, a Urge bstrb of wmen were
paaaed. The Joint and concurrent resolution
providing fir submitting to the people a toes!
option amendment to the OnatltutUm waa in
definitely postponed. The eommlttne oa peni
tentiary submit tea a repors ntgoiy oompii
mentnry to tho present moDiuremt-nt of that ia
stitutlon. ..In the House thf MUltla bill waa
take up as the special order, which resulted tn
a long and interesting debate, the Issue nar
rowing down to cities vs. country, and thn
country woa by a close vote of 85 yeea to
6R nays. Several other bills were taken op
and paaaed. among them the Anu-But-ares -shop
bill, which was earrted by a veta ol
to l. Hon. Hnry Htiaw. oi te. uenevieT.
and Adjutant-General Jamieaoa were the re
rlpienta, during the evening sesaloa. of haad-
aoroe floral tokena rmm nt. ioeia tor ueir ei
turts in behalf of the State militia
IN tbe Senate, on the 10th, the Terminal
Farm tie bill was taken npoa iecoalderatloB,
and was debated at length, aart waa aanm de
feated. After the paaaago of a few Mils or
I nor Importance, the Senste took ap tba
Houae adjournment resolution, and after debate
action was postponed until the ttth. Mr. John
son, from the committee appointed for thai
purpose, offered resolution of renpect to the
memory of the late Senator A. H. K twerde, nf
St. Charles. In presenting tha resolution Mr.
Johnson paid a graceful and eloquent
eulogium upon the high character of the
dead Senator, after which the Sen
ate, out of respect to the memory of tbe ae-
eeased, adjourned In the Houae the Joint
and concurrent reaolutlon memorialising Coe-
gress tn paaa the mtlltla, and pleuro-pneumonla
bills was passed. So also was the bill to ru lab
It ah a metropolitan police force la Si. Joseph.
The following were among the bills passed:
Providing for commitment to work-houaea of
peraona ooovleted of mliwlemeanors or felony;
empowering probate Judges In vacation to re
rune to grant letters of administration wbea es
tate I not greater than the amount allowed ly
law lo widow and minor children; requir
ing real estate agents to have luitiior
tty In wiitlug to sell real estate la
order to make contract of sale binding npoa
owners; requiring president of telegraph, tel
ephone and toll-bridge oon.pan.ea to make aa
nual return; requiring executions to be eon
ducted within an incloaure, such as to shut of
public view ; providing for the inspection of live
stock Intended for feed: devoting one-third of
the revenue to the school fund; to establish a
court of appeals at Springfield: House bill air
ing prosecuting attorneys fees for each convic
tion where parties Jointly indicted are tried
In the Senate, oa the llth the Mil to r-dure
the compensation of members of the Ganeral
Assembly to tho requirement of tbe Constitu
tion, by cutting og their per diem for coming to
and returning from the Capital, waa taken Bp.
The bill then passed yeas, SO; nays. a. After
this bit of virtuous actioa the Senate weat la
work with a will and cleared its docket, amortg
otber business defeating the bill giving the
Speaker of the House and preakleul of
the Senate tea dollars per dsy.
. ... In the House a number of bills weie
posted. Including the following: Requiring
telephone and telegraph wires to be placed un
der ground ia tha city of St. Louis: to apply
one-half of the county reveare derived front,
dram-shops to the Improvement of country
road too reconsideration). An effort to n-cf ta
sider the vote by which the militia bill was tl
feated was defeated. The Deficiency bill was
con aide red at length ineumiuitteeuf the whole.
Will Pern ber ton and a saloon-keeper
named Euos are under arrest in Heualia
charged with rebbiug a farmer of S-ttd
while the latter was drunk.
The North Missouri Millers Association
held an interestmg meeting at Iliggina
ville a few days ago.
A strike by 3ft0 stove-molde re In Bt.
Louis baa compe led the closing of found
ries employing 1.501 meo.
They due m a hers in BL Louis.
Wm. Craig, foreman of Engine) Com
pany No- T at Kansas City, died at the
Hi tors' Hospital in that city a few days
ago. Last November, while working on
a fire in the East Bottoms, Craig, blinded
bv smoke, fell through a hatchway la the
third floor. The full waa at least fifty
feet, and Craig received injurtea which
resulted in his death.
Mr. Daniel H. Bar licit, one of the most
popular membsra of the Bt Louis Mer
chants' Exchange and a member of the
commission arm of Hubbard at Bartlett,
died a few days ago at hi home ia Bt,
Louis, after a Long and lingering illness,
at Ihe age of forty-one years.
Turner White fell from a train and was
killed near Oak Grove.
A man named Ennis was killed at Mas
view, Lafayette, County, by a Chicago ft
Alton traia a few days ago. He was
resident of Laddoma, and a delegation nf
Odd Fellows went from that place aud
escorted his remains home for burtal.
Wm. Grimm, a lore man In the Bulliv.ta
saddle-tree shop at tbe Slate pemtentiarr,
ai Jcffnrson City, waa severely cut akjxut,
ihe armt aud boly a f jw veatngs stnoa
by a vicious convict name 1 Clark, who
waa recently sentenced by the St. Louis
Criminal Court for tao yoar. The eon
v et became offonded over some dirtsticur
Gnmiu was giving him about work. Tho
veupou used was a ahoe-kuife.
1 ba State University can kr nostnsT id
Ji hn Buchanan, a prominent youugtaaa
af Lafuyetut County, woa killed recently
at Aspen, Col., where he was at work la
the niiue. Us body was seat to tha hoiaa
of his pa re u la.
The passage by the House of Mr. U
ley's bill reiatiag lo diplomas oi aortual
achool graduates ia cous.deiel a mattes
of great importance to teac he re of tha
htate. Tho bill tuakea a graduate'
diploma sufficient evideaca of qualinca
tioa to leach In tha publio achMlt wtUvout