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THURSDAY. Jl'NK 9, 18H7.
8am J nN KB mid Sam flmall Kill
hold camp Hireling at riattshnr?,
for to k, the latter purl .of
Tun editor of tlir state met in
cmiucil tit JcHtboii Citv, t hi work
mid hud vory lraant wwiion.
W were witli limn in spirit tnly.
Ex-VllT-rilKSItiF.NT Wlir.EI.Klt WllO
wa on the ticket with II. II. llaye in
)S7 died on Sntnnlsy last, at hi home
In Maloue, New York. He was a qui
et man, of eirellent ability and much
auperior In every reapect to hi chief.
Hi public career 1 not noted for any
Tint reoeipi ol Nelson F. Acer,
collector of internal revenue for the
Mate of Kant, for the month of
Miy how l,r.'JM,C.l for beer tm
and :tG,'.'81.!'3 for iecial stamp.
The question would naturaullv arise,
what use have they for beer Btamji
in a prohibition state.
The New York Tribune publishes in
full a "secret" circular Issued by the
Knights ot I,nbor. Among the most
Important recommendations are those
debaring rumsellers from membership
in the order, and forbidding local as
semblies to have any social gatherings
or picnic where liquor 1 sold, on pen
alty of expulsion. Ex.
Veli. posted men diller on the
question of a necessity for an extra
session of congress. Some say that
money is accumulating in the treas
ury to such au extent as to create a
stringency in the market if a way is
not provided to fret it out. Others
say there i no danger in this direc
tion as the secretary of the treasury
oao fro n the open market and buy
bonds, if there is danger of a strin
gency in the circulation. Our notion
i that there will be an extra session
We saw a gentleman from Kansas
the other day. He says the saloons
have ail given away to club rooms, and
that more daunken men can be seen
upon the streetsot thecilies and towns
of that state to-day than there could
before the prohiditory law went into
effect. rans Mecury.
While the above is only true In part,
yet there is little doubt there I mnch
drunkenness in Kansas, and the pro
hibitory law doe not entirely prohibit
the sale of intoxicants. The best rem-
ady yet discovered to prevent the ex
cessive use of Intoxicating liquors is a
very high license.
MI the colored people of this
country ever expect to be anything,
they must unite and stand up for
die another," -Jfegro American.
It is the expression of such senti
ments aa the above that led the
well known Kansaa Republican sen
ator, Ingalls, to say that negro suf
frage has proven a failure. The idea
of the average Kepublican is that
the Uepublican party holds the ex
clusive right to control the negro
vote, and aow that the negro i (bow
ing a little independence tbey are
ready to declare that bis enfranchise
ment wa a mistake.
Til Union labor party is coming
forward to take the place of the old
greenback party and its success will
be about equally marked, lieing
too weak numerically to accomplish
any purpose, its leader will ever
stand ready to unite witb either the
licpublicans or Democrats, the con
sideration always being a division ol
the ofiioce. Ol course at will be like
the greenbacker,with no settled prin
ciples, to prevent such a coalition, the
prime object being the spoils, Such
organizations are a God seed to H.
Martin William and a few others of
bis clans, who can make a pretty de
cent living by furnishing the "chin
music" for the party. Let the Union
labor party be encouraged. It will
not hurt the democracy.
Theuk is an effort being made to
baruotiuce the differences in the
Democratic party, by reducing the
war tantf on a few articles atul also
the internal revenue taxes on whisky
and tobacco, la this manner it it
hoped that the great H jw of monev
into the United titate Tieaiuiry can
be stopped, and at the same time
protection given to eastern manu
facturers. Tbia is wrong. The two
article named, spirits and tobacco
are luxuries and iu no way are they
Deceesitie in any well regulated
family, hence it is wrong to remove
this tax from these article and leave
it oo clothing, blankets, woolen
poods, tiats, shoes, knit good, and
a hundred other things that are neces
aites in every family, simply to
enable rich mauufacturers in the east
ern states to grow richer, but a com
promise seems to be the only wsy
out of Die difficulty; aa Democrats
liave beeu elected to congress from
manufacturing districts and it is
buiuau uatuie to put wrjiial inter
est ahead ol measures lor the public
good. The Democrat are no better
u this respect than their liepublican
rppouenta. One fact is evident to
all parties, and that is a plain fact.
The revenues of the government are
too great lor its necessities sud the
only remedy U-1 this is iu a reduction
of Uxalion. Hoar that is to be done
is the ej uestiou that promises no end
of trouble iu the Democratic party
lor a year aud a half U) come.
The Itgislature of Illinois is still in
session. As it is largely Jiepublicau
we bear no complaint from the papers
which are criticising the Missouri leg
islature, at its leckless squandering ol
the people' money. The Illinois body
. has appropriated about d,oixi,ouo lu
found uuuilxrs, with a state treasury
tttOU.'XHI worse oil than uolhiug. Two
years ago at tins time there wa a bal
aoeuui nearly (1,ouo,(iju in the treas
ury. Theu the stale levy tax was
about M cents on the gloo. Now it
will be nearer mi lliau anything else.
The tax-paylug uullook in Illinois Is
anything hut Inviting. tiallalm Dem
ocrat. John Blair. Jim and f reuchCnrialie,
while returning fiow a shouting near
Talequah, I T, last week, fell out
Christie shot Blair in the side, mortally
wounding him; theu Blair shot Jim
Christie, killing him iiutautly; the buf
let curved and shot French Christie,
seriously wouuding him.
lieal estate transfer are crowded out
this week. Will appear bext week lor
Johnson, Ue cheap tibUacr of be
dalia, advertise that bis pantaloons
v down. Ca'l Ui police.
Wlthiu two weeas thirty-two wolves
hat ttaoa captured aud killed on
(raud ilivei hlloai, near CUiUuoth.
Tmr annual commeneen e it exer
cises at William Jewell College, Liber
ty. Mo, are In progress Dili week, and
will clo with to-Day.
Mn. IIlainr sailed for Kumpe yes
terday but, he will leave behind (killed
captains to manage hit campaign and
will keep himself In a position to re
turn on short notice. If hi presence
should be needed at home.
In the tnter-collegeale oratorical
contest at Columbia, last week the first
price was awarded to 11. I. Johnson,
and the second to It. U. McClelland,
both Undents of the William Jewell.
It I considered quite a high honor for
the college to excel two ot the foremost
institutions In the state.
It is about time the curators of the
state (.'Diversity should take somettep
to secure a competent and efficient
man, tor the head of the I'niversity
(acuity, In the place of the ami. puled
old fossil, Laws, who has retarded the
progress of the institution about long
Mr I no alls' proposition that negro
sunrage is au absolute and uuijuaUued
tailuie because the negroes will not
solidly vote the republics ticket ap
pears to le sadly and silently accepted
by the republican press. K. C Times
No doubt John Bbertnan will Incor
porate that doctrine into bis bloody
shirt platform in the near luture.
Richmond, Mo., la going to have a
i'0,UU0school building. Moberlv Mon
itor. Put ou another S-u.uX' and you will
come nearer the truth. We already
have a building that cost (-'.'',. and
we propose to put wings to it, at an
additional cost of t!0,M. Itichmond
is getting to the front.
X. Ilryson's lamily horse 'Dick
llunum" was bitten in the s.de of the
head last iNituiday by a snake and is
severely poisoned by the Venomous
reptile. Louisiana Press.
Sensible make. If it had tried it teeth
on Uryson instead of the horse, it would
hare been the snake that woold have
suffered there from.
A sample copy, a month old, of "The
Btaudard" the labor paper published
by Heury George, in New York, has
reached this otlice. A hasty glance at
its pages and accompanying tracts, re
veals the fact that George 1 in favor
of railing all revenues by a tax on land,
exempting everything else. That idea
will hardly be popular in the west. We
move to amend by saying that all rev.
enuea shall be raised by a tax on Deer,
Whisky and Tobacco.
After reading John Sherman's
Spriugtleld, Illinois sptech, no doubt
Mr. Blaine will decide that be has an
opponent in the field for the republican
presidential nomination, and will com
mence active operations at once to
protect his own Interests in the matter,
I he republican canvass may now be
said to be fully open. As a democrat
we think the democratic party have
more to fear from bhetman than
Joiix iieiiuan made a red hot
"bloody shirt" speech at pringGeld,
Illinois last week, opening his cam
paign for the republican nomination
for the presidency. This would indl
cate that the republicans will fight the
war over again next year, which
their only bope for success. After -'3
year it is about time to put the war
behind us and make the campaign on
living issues. If the republican party
has nothing to recommend it, but its
war record it must admit that its civil
record was a failure.
Kvekv young man who earns wage
ought to buy a lot and make a start ol
a borne. The way to get a start Is to
save a little money each month and
make a payment ou your purchase.and
so little by little, pay lor a lot and
build your bouse, uoni spena an
your money on liTely turnouts and
dances and show and ice cream to
please your best guL After a while
you will need a home lor Wat best
girl and the yousgslers that some way
or another generally come around and
want to "put up" with you. l'ut a lit
tle of your spare cash into the ground
as you go along, aud after many days
it will bring you a royalty. Exchange.
Tub Brewer aud aaioou keeper in
at. Louis are preparing to tight the law,
requiring the saloons to be eloerd on
Sunday. It is this kind uf a law defy
ing spirit CP the part of the city uiiuor
dealers, which ii strengthening the
prohibition rank lu tJe staU, sod it
prohibition i ever adopted lu Missou
ri, the liquor dealers will be largely re
sponsible for that result. U this class
would keep themselves strictly inside
the law, always obeying its mandates,
they would have more friend. Every
Ume a saloon keeper sell to a minor,
or deals out liquor illegally on buuday,
be loses a portion of the respect ot
ST. Loi'ls raised '.J,X) for the en
tertainment ot me U. A. 11., au oigaui
zatiuu which is presumed W contain
wen of ail shades ot political belief.
A cuiious stale of allairs Uuly it that
organization refuses to meet its ap
poiulweut through tear of encounter
ing the president ol the Lulled e-utles.
The masse of the organization have
no such fear but on the contrary de
sire to honor the president. It is the
republicans of the bloody shirt stripe
in the organization, who wish to avoid
the nation's chosed ruler simply be
cause, he happens to be ol a dilierenl
political party, buch men can do uo
act thit would in any way reflect hon
or ou the pmrfeut, and he need nut
trouble biuiieil about them.
The local option law is being dis
cussed by Uie farmers and tax-uyers
in this county, away from the loans,
lu a very sensible manner, aud if wt
aie nut misUktu the question will be
voted ou intelligently whuusubwilUd
It was doubtless the hope of a lew
extiemist, and a lew disappointed po
litical aspirants, to push the mailer
thiougb with a whoop, without auy
thorough discussion or uudexstanding
of the lure, aud elftct ot the law by
the tax-payeia. The hist named clans
are no doubt thoroughly honest in
their desires iu this duectiou, but theie
is a growing sunpicioa that the other
class is actuated more by a deaiie, hi si
lor personal revenge ou certain men,
secondly expectiuu ot riding into fu
ture favors ou this wave of tic; turnout,
then by leal desire to stop the license
business in the county. Lvery ftw
days some little circumstance comes to
the front U'.ut clearly proves, that cer
tain men is this county have about de
cided that there la nothing more iu
the democratic parly lor them, hence
they are seeking for something that
will create discord and if possibly cre
ate a split. We may be wrong lu our
view of th allua'lon and really Loje
w are, but, the evidence apparently
U ail la Ikvvr 9l out iew uf tiie case,
DEATH OF ION MILSTEAD
Cause' Bf Fsll Freai a Hort hi 11 Inilsa
Many peraous In Richmond will rec
ollect Lnn. Mtlstead, a nephew ot He
conler Milslead of thi city. He was
born and raised up by Knoxvllle. He
la dead. On Friday last he was out on
Cow fkln prarie. In the Ionian Terri
tory, Just west of McDonald county, in
thi si nt. collecting together some
cattle that he was Interested In when
he was thrown from the horse, the fall
fracturing hi skull, which rendered
him nnronsctous. The best of mdlcal
skill was summoned to see him but he
lingered along In that condition until
Sunday and died, at a house nenr by
where the ecciileut occurred, whic'i Is
about 40 mile southwest of Neosho, In
Newton county, ltecorder Milstead
received a telegram on Saturday an
nouncing the accident and requesting
his presence. He left here on .Saturday
evening arriving at Neosho on Sunday,
b it did not reach the scene of the acci-
deut until after lju's death. Loo
Milstead wa about 4 year old, a
young man of exemplary habits, and
had a bright future before him, when
so rudely cut off by the band of death
He was unmarried consequently leaves
only relatives to mourn his loss. All
that wss mortal of Lou Milstead was
buried at Neosho on Monday last.
We leturu thanks for the heavy rain
that fell last Friday evening, notwith
standing it washed out all the water
gaps aud drowned over one hundred
goslin for the good old dames of the
neighliorhood, while the wind leveled
mile of fencing.
The birch wicideil have about all
secured positions lor the winter.
Miss Laura Bishbee of near Lawson
is visiting friends tiered
Ham Ford is ag.tiu driving butcher
stuff to Lexington.
Win. lioss has bought Charles Brum
field corn crop and moved hi family
to theMuzingo property. While the
latter in company with Kill West 1
winging around th circle at Kansas
Macb Tait who has been whacking
steers ou a Nebraska ranch for the last
year is back again swinging the girl be
left behind him.
l'ryor Y'oukum who count his cattle
on a thousand hills iu the territories
is visiting his folks near Ueogeville
The cum crop is in line shape and
the fanners are taking a little recrea
tion this week in the way of fishing
The outlook for a tobacco crop is
gloomy, tbo cut worms have so far de
troyed all the plants set out.
Wes. Ciaveusof Millville filled his
grub basket last week and lit out for
Mexico on the hunt of a cattle ranch.
A nutgniliiclent monument has been
placed at (the grave of the late James
C. Bailiee by bis mother.
Henry Van of Knoxville has leased
his nuclei farm near here for a term
of three years.
stock have commenced raiding the
corn fields early, and those favoring a
stock law are using this aa an elect
John Jones now of Taitsville who
first saw the light of day on the moun
tains of Tennessee i I year ago, apent
several days here last wetk cnatting
old friends and whiling bia time away
at bia favorite sport lushing.
Three years ago 1. Cramer's grand
children put a number of cat lisb lu a
large stock well on bis farm where
tbey have incre&aed in number and
size. The boys leeiling them regularly
they have grown from a tew Inches in
length till some of them are nearly
eighteen inches long. (The editor can
handle this item without fear a we
carry a hatchet of the genuine Wash
iLgion brand, presumed to us by the
late proprietor of the Democuat, after
investigating a snake story we wrote
ap last winter.)
Two iuea uf Onick have recently be
come offended at tha 1kmcx:kat. and
refused, to take it out at the post otlice.
One of them owed 2.bd ou subscrip
tion the other 61 05. If these amounts
are not paid In a couple of weeks, the
public will know their names through
The liulitfUusiiyh; bouiebody claims
to have discovered a subatauce which
u "thft b-udred times as sweet as
sugar." The MiubsuuiCd'' Is supposed
to be about eighUen years old aud
wears a bustle.
W ednesday morulofr we were called
out of our otlice to see four rather
heallhT-lookiuir men who had c lift need
to meet in front of . a why's store. They
ail looked like they were full grown,
the heaviest beiug it. L. bcearce, who
weighs next Alex iireckeuridge,
J-ji, Adam iireckeuridKe, X'-b; Judge
A. D. Capps, 2h5, boon alter lder
Lowe came up and was added to the
group, and he looked large euough to
go with them, his weight being 2'JQ.
Ihetive weighed H-'o.
The suit of J-d ward Keuney vs. U. &
it. Joe railroad compauy, lor 0,000
damages for killing his wilj iu Decern
oer. l9j, tflo.'AJU lor his personal injur
ies at the same time and CliO lor
wreck ug his buggy, was tried iu our
circuit court last 'iiday and Saturday,
the case goiug to tne j ui y at about noon
datuiday. ihe jury brought iu a ver
dict for tbe plaintill for t,7w, That's
some ULLcr than tjli. fcteve llrown,
of ot, Joseph; J. li iix wood, uf Alays-
vllle; W. A, Wood, ot Kiiigstou; and
f. J. I'oiter, uf thia city, lepretwiiUxl
lh pUiuiltt; Judge Tuiuey, uf Came
ron, aud Coi Ationif, ol at. Joseph, up
pcared lor deftnuauts.
iu; .titiui Letlgi r Um an ai licit
Leaded: ' WUatn in lltavsn.'" Mute
bub While has mduod tlie peoj-le ol
M.uco lo have a j.'jjo 1c.-L hola buied
ii; Lo Ue ttowels ot the earth it wu.ild
look a thouKU he v.ju moie anxious
w uud tue ovlitr place. It s natural
ui a i ue sn.njiu -a Hutu llkis lo gKt
svuiv yuimcis uu uis imuie aoode.
Notice is hereby given tint truiu this
date up to June aith, i7, the plans
aud wpeciiRalUas lor tho new Colli ge
aud (Joljrod huhoul 'jjulldinira will be
on Die at the stuitr(om ol tlie J, C,
hrown Merchautile Company, aud thai
sealed bids will be ruelved for said
work to the day above mentioned, at
which tune the Uuaid of UirecUus lor
liiL-hmoud School liiatiict will meet
aud opeu said bids. The lioad reserv
ing the right to reject any aud all bldr.
Attest; J. C. liaowa, J'res.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gleaned- by Telegraph and Una
I'KHrKlNAC. ANU roMTICAf..
ATthocvrnvenfiou ot the KilmnU
uw of F.AUm, held at then tori own, MM.,
on tho wt, K.MT, II. R. lstntlAnr, of Ht.
John'. Church, (Wrjrftown, 1. C, wm
elected Hlshop to u creed the Into Htuhop
Thowan HriTtmn IUtxk. thenotod BriV
tali prniVmor ot lofflo nd one of the ed
itors off the EuL'ycltiKxli HntUukm, died
ppor. R K. BAinn. nocroUrv of the
HmtthftonlftN Ipftiituiiun, was wpnrtod ly-
iriff Tory ill at hit mtttionoe In Wanhin
ton. He rt'ttirntxl recently arery lck man
from a trip to Northern New York for the
benefit of hi fnillnn honlth. H wa uf
fcrina; from henrt and kidney trouble.
Vh r ('.MMoiM)HR IImi.ry! of the Hoyal
Yacht t'lntooff KtirUnd, ha lnen declared
a tmnkrupt with ii7.()U0 linhilitlua.
Iln. J ohs HnftRMt. addrenKo., a lanrc
audience at Hprlngtlotd, III., on the 11 on
the poliiioal qutwiions of the day.
Moth houftca of the lsCKtulature of New
t(Hai)mhire met in joint convention on the
lot and niled vncnncioa In tho ftenatortal
district a. The ballot for Governor reunited :
Thomas Cotfwwel), of liilmanton (Itemo
erat), 14.; I tmr low H. Haw v or, (Kopub
lican), 171 Mr. (4awyor was dorlared
GexKH U.It C. NRWTttn, a leading law
yer, and mnce tho war one of the niuet
prominent Democratic politician in A r It an
ana, died at Little Mock on the 2d. He
commanded the Arkautma force durum
the Itrooks-Maxtor war of 1T4 and waa the
chief wpirit of I he element that triumphed.
Tim i'amclhie member of the Dublin
cor in rati on have selected Mr. Hex too as
their candidate fur Isord Mayor.
J at Oot i.n wa reported sufferina: from a
aovero cold. An unfounded nimorstarted
on Wall atroot that he wan dead.
A apsriAt. from Malnno, N. Y., of t be 2d
fr: "Kx-Vtco 1' resident William A.
W heeler i dyine. He ta uncoaacloua. and.
while he may live several day, hi death
at anv moment would not bo unexpected."
I1 hop. Wii.ijam If. Wooi.rt, of Mcihany
Collejro, has boon elected president of Hi
ram t'olleco, at Hiram, .
I'aop. Hi mnrh, of Yale College, ha been
appointed a member of the Moard of Viit
ora to the Naval Academy, completing the
membership of the board.
Cari. Hcurfut, who about threo months
Rfo broke h'3 hip, is slowly recovering.
He is now able, with tho aid ot crutches,
to take an occasional walk In Central Park,
Whitri.aw Rum, ot the New York 7W-
bun, wm reported ailing for several days
pau Hit illness was typuotu ferer.
Wri.i.iAM A. Whrklrr, c-V.ce President
of the United Htatea, died at his home at
M alone, N. Y-, onthe4th. lie had for some
time been afflicted with insomnia, neural
jha and catarrh. Mr. Wheeler was born at
Mnlone, June At. 1MU.
Cahdixai. GinnoNs arrived at New York
on the 4th after a four months' absence In
OrnrralJavrs B. Bprri, who was AV
torney-General under President Lincoln,
was reported dangerously ill at his home
near Louisville, Ky. He waa almost eighty
rears old and was gradually sinking from
A IE)IO?fTHATIO!f In hOOOP Ot KditOT
O'Brien was made la New York on the 4th.
The Iabor people insisted on honoring Ir.
McGlynn, whereupon O'Brien took no part
in the demonstration. This last fact caused
much comment and dissatisfaction.
bcuc KiaisAii Kur a.
A TTTiniTtLK plague of locusts has risltod
the central provinces of Hpain. Insect
are so tbirh that iranirs of men bare been
sent to clear the ronwuy lines. Lrops are
Tub public debt report for May showed a
decrease of a.ss.W.'7.(i5 during the month.
Tubhb is little doubt but that a steamer
with Tod lives waa lost in the recent
cyclone near Calcutta,
Tin cotton mill oftheHaznra Company
t Uoubaix, France, was destroyed by fire
recently, Lom, fJOU.uuu.
Tub yacht race over the Hoyal i hatne
flftv-mile course was won by the Thistle.
which ran the courso in six hours. Tne
I rex covered the distance In sis hours and
twenty-three minutes. The benesta made
the trip lo six hours ana twenty-flve min
ute. Tin fund for the relief of the sufferers
by the iiiorafkuiiyue fire in Paris amounts
io4ou,uuo francs. ' '
A Ktix and wind storm passed over
heeling, w, V a., on the 1st, doing much
damage to property, lhjring the storm a
boat containing three passonifors capsiied
near the middle of the river, t h occupants
being swept out ot sight almost iminedi
A i re at fire at Hamburg, Qcnnany, on
the night of the ttlst, dust roved docks, ves
sels aud other property amounting to mil
lions of marks.
Thi coinage of the mints during May
amounted to -..t,',:5, of which ftJ,wu,uob
were standard dolls rs.
A niroHT of the joint special committee
ricsntly appointed to investigate the ex
tent of pleuro-piie-jTrtnnia in Cook County,
til., has been published. Tha tomrniUee
reports that the disease exists in a limited
list net in Chicago only.
4 Mnav divpatch says that on May 30 the
Afghans n a ill red fourteen bokharan
officials at Kerki, on the Auudaria, be
cause they refused, a alleged, to Incite
the inhabitants to resist the Kussian ad
rarce, and that on the same day Russian
letacomeut occupied fCerkl without oppo
sition. Cut ATX Jack HrRT, of Castle Garden,
Hew York, the savior of tbirty-four per
sons from drowning and the proud posses
Cf Qt a pumber of medals of honor from
Conffrfeas. the LeKtsatre and other bodies.
was fatally shot through the body the ottkdr
Qight by roliceman c Uannist. in front of
bis own bouse. No reason was assigned
for the shooting.
fUiLWsVT men who hare made the entire
trip repoii tat twenty-seven large iron and
wooden bridges oae traea ra'bed away in
the floods of the past week' bet wee aa
Antonio, Texas, and Han Francisco.
Tai breaking of tho dikes of theTheiss
river, Austria, recently, resulted In the
ubmergtag frf f fty miles of the A If old
plain near HTegedia, It was estimated that
the damage would reach ft,Oui,uuu.
The New York Dairy Commissioners
visited the dairy farm ox edward Brady,
in M'et--Ueter County, recently and found
bis hssrd sugerlng from pt euro-pneumonia.
Tbey made aa appraisal of tu aunah) and
.warded Brady Sliuuu tor JU head. The
sows were all killed and the barns burned.
Tui General By nod of the Keformed
Cliurcbof tho United Hutas began a five
Jays' fcsso,') a Akron. U.f on tha let.
About 3uu delogatcs wtu ptLteat,
Tin German steamer Oder waa wrecked
on Hocotra Inland, in the Indian ocean, on
May DO. Tbe passengers and moat of tba
crty were saved. Tne Oder arrived at
Shanghai APtl ( from Bremen, and was
probably on her way back wua firrecked.
Two freight trains collided the other
morning forty miles south of Calera, Ala.,
on the Louisville A Nashville railway. En
gineer Uowrd ltowa and Fireman ha rum
(colored) were killed wtrf Ut, as was also
s negro tramp, while another tramp was
faulty injured. Both trains were badly
Tas l4's Temperance Alliance has issued
S circular to tt ;,tj;-i:;'nio of the Htate
regardless of deiunninstioDi iuuis, an
nouiiciug that the alliance has consented to
bo it;c medium for tho collection of funds
tiy a. J the M-.Mc,:ut!" in tbe Uwldock ttiur-
0r case at ich, Ciiy.
AiT(tS(' prou-cttuii mneifif.ui i$ drv mop
ing In H pai ii sud U'pi bavo tain u to
socure the imposition of higher dutios on
foreign cereals and cattle.
At a meeting of the Chicago building
llataiVk LOUm-'l It WHS dH'lll(l U) l Ull
nil ion w vHVKUlou fo tn held in Chicago
June to cfloct a iiktioual oBm,atwf to
iiutii ttifl itiatr buuucrs.
J. J Haktinotox, of Trai y. Mum, has
buvU ( fraudtd by a man uunid 1'owtiU,
Willi w hun. isK .tnUf! a hank, of lll.uni.
Tub Auisilfamui-d Au.tma ut lrnn
and Htncl Workers have deculafl to ask .
advance of teu per ouut. m wsgos for the
I ns l.ii.iii,a itj ( incumatii was won
on the Jd by K1 Curriyau'S 4jus
Ths tiirne Pinkcrton aieu. on trial fur the
pHitder uf the Ixy lioafan during the labur
Si'Ui ajie St Jersey t iiy, W J , last Jauu
rv, were acuuiUai hy the iury.
I ns DtlioT mtt ol a,inutft aiShred
in frout ol a houu ai Juieuuhs, Beif mcu,
in whu'h tlie socialist council vf& siUing-
t-fuiig todujMfrw.ai detachment of troops
cburKc-d ilia urn 4 ihre time, wuundiiig
uiauy. A promitiil auaiiatist, ,; d f
nen, was arruittcii.
A I'ikic in the cuthi-dral at Cbiliualtua,
Mux ico, recently, cauitod by the fuliiuir uf
cutjlj, ieilux iu luoduuil aud lu jury
OJ a number of UuJ.1;!. aSCO CttiiUrt'lL
In tho evK-lion pru-cuii.s H IJcxIrWe
Ireland, aumug ot'ier things dute, a awaru.
of boot wss let loose to obstruct tbo bail
m. 1'iiK ovi' Uuo Has aacoiuiinu4 aitw
a ktruKt-'itj o; UuU.:un and a ult.
'iiAtjniHHt jLntunj, of Vicnns, mentions
tliat a prujuct la binted at W make the
pope King uf Palestine under a guarantee
of prelection on the Ihrou by aU tbt
It la now estimated that the number of
Mm lean fMnsWn rUims will not evened
su,(an of which 1H,ihiu are widows' claims.
A Kinim-a ewtihqnaks swept over the I
greater prirtlon of Northern California aud
ostern rlval mnween two and throe
e'clock on the morning of the t
Tm number of rants of vol low fever at
Key West, Fie., up Ut June's was thirteen.
of which number four reunited fatally. Bix
were sick and throe oonvalesoont.
Tni commercial airent at New Caledonia,
Routh Pacific ocean, has report! to tbe
uepanmont or Htate that cunvuts tn that
oniony are being liberated, with tbe under
standipg that they must not settlo in any
Kngltsh or French colonv, ami consequently
the majority of them go to Han Ksunctsco,
AT I adncah, Kv., recently, Biollio Jack-
ann, s white woman, was ordered sold for
thirty days to the highest bidder ou the
ground of vagrancy.
Tmi r.mperor of German r on tho ad laid
the foundation Rtone of the Ililtnau l-ck
of the ISnrth Hon canal. Minister Von
Hueitirhcr tvA too addruss and the Prmi-
dont of the llelchstagpremntod the Kmnor
or with tho trowel and hammer, whereup
on tho Kmporor tapited tbe stone with the
A MKrATcn from A nam says: A mandar
in and 40.IIM native have submitted to
the French resident, pledging alliance by
Kissing tne oarth nccoruing to lue native
&t nixRas failuroa (Dun's report) during
tbe seven days ended June 3 were: ".r
the Cmted Htatoa, li"; for Canada, ;
total, against 175 the previons week,
and 7 for tbe corresponding week of last
Tim nynod ot tho KeformM Presbyterian
Church of America, In session at Now-
burg, N. Y., ado.tod a resolution declarint;
that tlie violation of the Kabbuia by the
Post-office Department was one of tha
greatest sins of the Government ss well as
one of the greatcnt causes of Hubtiuta
desecration throughout the whole common
weal I h
Thi molders in tbe Michigan and Penin
sular stove works in Detroit struck re
Tit Hi:t powder mills at Frodorichs Vark,
Denmark, espldod ihe othc da v. Fire
broke out ttninrdiately and caused much
damnire. There was no )wi of life.
Tub body of George U. Disqu, tho wife
murdcror wbo wat hanecd in Jersey City,
H. recently, wa incinerated at Freh
Pond. N. Y., two daya afterward. Brief
religious services were held, in which some
of Disque's relatives took part, before tbe
boly was plticod in tlie retort.
TBI cattle dealers of Illinois have passed
s resolution urging the Legislature to take
immediate steps to stamp out tbe cattle dis
ease in Chicago,
Two car-loads of Texas ponlos that had
been shipped from Texas te KaMcrn Penn
sylvania, and had been wrongly shipped to
Bangor, Me., wore unloaded recently after
they had been eighteen days without food.
Hevcral of the animals were dead and those
that were alive were lu a terribly emaciated
condition. No drivers were with them.
AxAHino Cms tbe Yaqui chief who
served under the famous Cajeme in the late
Yaqui war, was at Bun son, A. T., recently,
shackled, on his way to Guaymaa. Uo was
captured in Tucson and surrendered to the
Mexican authorities on s requisition by the
Governor of Anions. Tbe Mexican agent
says Curs will be shot when be reaches
porn hundred telephone were disabled
at Cincinnati recently by t he lightning melt
ing the wires during a storm.
Thi Ciucinuatt, Hamilton ot Dayton-Van-dahadeal
was formally dmsunimatcd on
the 4th at Terre Haute, Imi, by the election
of the new board of directors of tho Terre
Haute et Indianapolis railroad.
Clbamxo house returns for week ended
June 4 showed an average Increase of 4.4
In New York there was a decrease of 16.
Dchiwu tlie performance of a circus in
the town of N each in, Russia, on the 4th, a
storm of wind unroofed the building, caus
ing tbe waits u c4llnpe upon ho a,dier.ce
of 2,0U) people. The oil from tbe lamps
ignited and set tiro to tbe rums, A large
number of persons were burned or tram
pled to death, and Sou others were injured,
A Texas at Pscinc express train wa
robbed by four masked men eight miles
east of Fort Worth, Tex., on the night of
tbe 4tb. Thirteen hundred and fifty dol
lars were taken from Ui osprbss car aod
throe letters from the mail car. The pas
senger were not molested.
Hives men were instantly killed and six
badly injured the other afternoon by a pre
mature explosion of dynamite at the Cam
bria Iron Company's stone quarries at Bir
mingham, Pa. Home of the injured will
die. Two of them were Jtaliao, but U tne
other wore Americana '
Bihixess waa dull on tbe London Block
Exchange during the week ended June 4.
A fair amount of business was done on the
Pans Bourse. Prices were steady at Ber
lin and Frankfort.
Ai.FRin CAxmi o, J aire Cullci. and Nor
ton Bell were killed in Norton's quarry, at
Bmue water, N. Y-, recently by a prema
ture blast. Several others were injured,
ane or more fatally.
In aihick fog recently on T.ak Michigan
the schooners Black Hawk and Wuu-k Htep,
the steam barge George Burn hum and the
consorts C N. Johnson aud William John
son went ashore at Fox Point, ten muea
north of Milwaukee.
TB transcontinental mads have ordard
the rate on potatoes fro'n Han Francisco to
Chicago and Mississippi river points twenty
cent per liX) pounds. '
A OBisnsTOSE burst In the Kcranton, Ta.,
file works tbe other mornin? and Harry
8 hellion, a watchman, was so badly hurt
by the fragments that be Importuned the
other workmen to kill bun. He died iu
terrible agony. He wa twenty-four Tears
lid and mfrned.
1t baa been discovered that through the
Influence of s procuress a number ot little
girls at Little Falls, Herkimer County, N.
Y have been betrayed to a life of shame
some of them at that village and some in
New York City. Tbe girl' ages range
from twelve to fifUcn year.
Operations on the Baltle canal will not
be begun on a grand scale until tbe autumn,
a the necessary preparations are not yet
complete. Movable wooden barracks, each
capable of lodging fifty laborers, are being
tnilt. The general apparatus for the con
st rootton of th aanai is wot ready.
Tbi strike of tbe Chicago store motders
has been declared off. It waa decided to
drop the demand for a fifteen per cent.
ADDITION At, DISF AT CUES,
A Bi.Esriu juiAuur and luiani named
Peebles were killed by a flash of lightning
tne oioer mgnt wtiiie camping near tttriog
Ti a Indian monsoon burst on the 6th.
Hom. Chw-m it p. tVBte. tyn. f'r many
years iue omest living ex -u over nor ol Cj&
neciicut, died on the 6th of apoploxy, at his
resilience tn Hampton.
A moth em and two children, Norwegian,
were burned to death near Grand Forks,
J). T., revet, uv tJ ih, J; . ,? uking fire.
As earthquake was tclt recently iu tti
vicinuy oi dm. Liouise, couuiy i'jsiuT
Tui thirtv-flfib annual convention of the
Jnien.sucnsl Typographic! Union begun
lie session at Buftaio. M. V.. ou theLih
Tne craft waa rtpresvuUxl by about kU
Tus steamer lost In the recent cyclone
near Calcutta waa tba Hir Juhn Lawmm.
ho udu,g cf tho e-tcaiw of any of the 750
persous on boaru nave btmn riboivtd. ihe
largost part of tbu pautatugurs were native
tamo wuo were guing to Orissa, to cele
brate the Juggernaut fostivat
'sua Chtrcsujs are somewhat wrought
up by e decision of Counnissiouor Atkins,
that questions of citueuuliip iuut be sot
tied at Washington and uot in the Nation.
W. W. Coaconttt. tho aged millionaire
phuaistt.ru pi st of Wsnhitigtou, wasstricacc
rw.e:itlv with iaralyii
Tuaxa buys naiu Beck aud two n&uul
HiDg.s, of Maquoketa, Iowa, not ouo ol
Ihuiu irr sixUhjii yours of ak'e, won
drowuod rcoenily wlulu uaibiug iu thu Ma
A MLLfni'ir 'aecurred roceutlr in the
English chaiiuui bolwuou thonnlish iwk
Hamburg, Cautaui Caldwell, from N
York for Liverpool, aud tbe BriWb sUsaiucr
Turn. The stvstuur was suuk aud her uip-
ia, tt';o tour sen men were iJ row no J.
A nitfAttit iiou iMi.jias, ,. T, uf tlx
6th. s that the ctuM.-r ivduction works
of th loiupttuie Boio, at Hunt Hoslia,
Lve beeu acolroyutl by lire. Loss, tvJU.uuo
Tiif Eagle flour mills, HL Louis, owtiud
by t o. Htatiaid 4 Ow.t e uusiryea
Thihs wa a cloud burst dunng the
Storm at Grafton, 41., ou thu tti, caus
a washout of h(ty ftt.it on the Ciuv
land, Lorain av V'-1'rj; rsilroad.
It is ruportod lu Madrid htl hidasi
treasure lo the Vatlus of iuuu.Oou ( has
beeu diM'-overed ia the palace of tuo Uo
oaasod Vuler alKabut, Morocco. Thu Hul
tttu a is-4 bav umll.culvJ the treas
ure. Thu roduuii'tioti of trade dollars to data
auiouuls to about .,oiu,umi and IriuHury of
hcuils thiua tiiat very lew wore are out-I's-Un-K.
Tuouam V itkhHt, genera! manager of th
Northern Pauilit; railroad, Las oioulud souts
exciUiUituit in ruiiroiad uirclu by addruss
iiig a communication to the Minnesota
hard ol lUiliGtMi Cowtuissiouurs, c.aiiuing
TLt tuuy had m juiimIkUou ovur his litiu.
1 he ground h takvs is that th road Wa
Uiwrvvf VtU Ly aa a OX Cuu-iicn.
MISSOURI STATS NEWS,
la m anstA en the nisi, a resolution wa
Introdueed reqiilrina; ths rommittce on rail-
nMMia snl tntornsl tm prove mnnta to report
bark tethfnsf two bills onetoemhrsee th
qtsMtmn of exiortl in, illserlminttfon snd pool
inpr, sni tne ennremng sMltioniti powt-rs on
thr Kstlroad lnmfnltnnert the other to em
brace Uie ubeet of frctght regulntlon. Th
rt'ftnlutlon was laid over lnformnl!y.,,.1n tlie
llouaea lao'ntlnn was ItUPxluoett. and laid
over, rettinf that th llmiao would welcome a
mum fnm th uvernr Inviting the stten
tln of the iloneral Asrmblv U tho fact that
thftr Is not now snr law In the Htate anlhorts
Ing uarantlne against iles-lly, Infections dls-fWs-
anion domeslte animals, etc A number
of hills were rent s second time nnd referred,
sin) s few new Milt were introduced.
The niiis was not In srsslon on the asth. .
Th Mouse hltt a tWflT; minute's srsslon. Ko
titilttct whatrver wa trsnacu1 otitalilnof an
adjournment till ths Slat. There wore but few
tnemlaxnt in the ellv. The ut'lfgntlon of Khlp
pra from Hprtngllt'Ul, slvmtiseU i anpsr be
fore the inVrnsl imnrovcment enniniltteo did
n4 m iU'riuliie, ana hence nothing was done.
in the Honato. on the 1st no business of any
tmia.irt.-mee wa transsetert btyond the remllnc
snu urninsr of the ffewrsl Apttrourlatlon ttlll
. .. In ilw Ifouap thers wss barely a rpiorum
prvenu A preposition soensross the Antl-Fn-e-paui
act of last winter waa negatived. A
few new hills were Intrmliiet'il, srul then Mr.
Millar reolutlon ss ting the (lovtrnor to wad
s ior1nl messntfo to the Assembly itlrectlng
ui lent ton to ih necessity for a stock quaran
tine law. wn ato;ttt.
lx the Senate, on the M. Mr. Pall tntrcMlneed
S hill requiring all paaaeDger trains to stop at
munty n-atr Henntor lsrrher's Anlt Fre
I'sts bill was taken np for engmsatnent. and
ps'ii'ting itltoiilon. Th feuste satjourncd
In the Hon, Mr. Htntth, of Juekaon, intro
duced s loin and concurrent romlntlon ine
morlallz nn tonross to reduce the tax on ole
mararlne. Mr. Hutterwhite Introduced S free
rnllway termiaal facility bill, and Mr. Curtis sn
set amendtnir section Tl. rvlsting to the fncreiise
of rspital sltM-lt of private eorpor,itton. The
(lenersl Apnropnatlon bill was returned to ths
llousp with the Governor's spproval.
lit the Senate, on tho M, the only buntnens
trn-Tiittrd was the adoption of a motion to ud-
jonrn until the srternoon of the 0th The
llnue ws In senon an hour and nossed a very
m ill railroad bill, one which, in tact, has been
tn effect lor years, and consequently Is not the
cli of legislation the Oovernor declares has
l h-yo p.nM. It re lutes to tha liability of
a forwira radmad emiauy doing business la
this State, in the mailer of damages.
A suit has been filed In tho Circuit
Court at Kansas City by John M- Curran
and William Curran, against the Camn
boH Mercantile Conipnny, off H'xialia. The
plaintiffs allege in their petition that the
defendant has published reports concern
ing their finniicinl standing, which were
untrue and whl h were productive of in
Jury to their credit tn the mercantile
world. They ask for 30,0 W damagos.
Dr. B. H. Coates, who waa recently ao
quntcd of the murder of Dr. A. H. Keith,
in Ht Louis, ha been placed in the insane
The cigar factory end residence of O. J.
Falrloy, at Bed alia, waa doatroved by fire
a few nights ago. The stock and house
hold goods wore saved. Fairloy's lots 1
I2.HU; insured for tl.OuX The dwelling
house of Prof. Mr Hugh wa damaged by
fire and water to the extent of fOOtX Iu
Poll Officer McKinncy, of Ht. Louis,
was attracted by peculiarly discordant
tones to the Chostnut street steps of tha
House of theUood Hhepberd, n few nfghta
ago, and he there discovered a couple of
babes, evidently about a month old. They
were dressed alike, and when takontothe
Knur courts were pronounced by S-srgoant
Lang to be brother and suitor. The little
waifs were tent to Ht, Ann's Orphan
A gift of $3,010 has been made to the
Mount Vernon Association by tho sons of
the lata Mrs. Hobort Campbell, of BU
M. L. Wolf, of Bates County, has been
recommended to the Governor, and will
be appointed btata mine uspeotor.
At a special meeting of tho Pettis Coun
ty Court a few days since, Jamas O. Ran
dolph, a letter-carrier, was adjudged in
sane and removed to the asylum at Ht.
Josopb. Randolph wa a reporter on the
Bcdalia newspapers for soveral years,
and was very popular. Blcknota Is the
ciuse aignod for the pais, fortune that
has befallen him.
Tho large three-story frame flouring
mill and woolen factory of O. H. Corbin ft
Co., at Liberty, Clay County, was do
st rove J by fire a few days ago. The
building was built in the shape of au L,
with a north and west, frontage. The
north front was sWout 1x0 feet, and was
occupied as a Hourlng-mlU. It bad but re
cently been remodeled at a heavy ex
pense. Over a quarter of a million dollars has
recently boon subscribed toward Increas
ing the endowment of Washing too Uni
versity, ML -ou is.
Tbe corner-stone of the now Mercantile
Library building in HL Louis was laid a
few days siuca by the venerable Henry
Hhaw. E. O. Stanard delivered, ad
dress. As the Chlcngo & Alton n:ist-bound ex
press was pulling out ot Kansas City a
few days ago, a wull-drcsaud man with
his arm in a sling was soon walking along
the track. The engineer wbistlod several
timos, and as tho man paid no attention,
tried to stop the train, but the engine
threw the poor follow across the track
and a moment In tar tha head, arms and
legs wore cut oft, fragments or surgeon's
splits clinging to one of tho crushed arms,
ind:C4ting that It had been brokun recent
ly. Absolutely nothing to identify tbe
man could te found,
Ucorge Fleming, one of the most popu
lar young business men in HL Joseph,
died a few days since of aougoitlon, of the
The Young Mon't Christian Association
of Independence has purchased 50x15(5
feet on the south wott corner of Houth
Main and Kansas streets for 13,3-11, upon
which the IflOW building, which has boon
in contemplation since the visit ot M,. C
H. Yatiuan, of Newark, N. J., to that oity,
in tho Interest uf a building for the as
sociation. The building oommtttet of the
association is now considering plans, and
work will be commenced at an early day.
Willie HHton, aged seven years, was
drowned at Kansas City a few days ago,
H s mother aud tea-year-old isUir very
nearly shared his fa to, tbey having
Jumped into tbe river to save the little
fellow, and were with difficulty them
Ht. Louis is the "champion" oity,
HL Louis waa arouseoj a never before
nfewdiysago. Two fisticuffs occurred
in one day. O.io of tha fight wa on
the Board of Trade, between Robert Got
son and Moses Praley, two dealers; the
other occurred la court, between W, P.
Mioklta and sT. &. (iaresglie, two at
torneys. Early a few mornings since a pair of
boots and a black stiff bat were fouod on
a HL Lout wharf boaL Tha captain of
the steamer Greeley, who made the dis
co vory, took charge of the prqperty.
The find is strongly suggestive ht a case
of suicide, which Is the theory of tbe
The high-toned BL Louis clubs play ball
for sweat ubaiity' tak.
Alfred Jones, a well-known cttisen of
Laluyette County, met with a soriutu ao
culent recdiitly, which will In all proba
bility cost him his life, It having already
resulted la the Joss of one eye. Mr.
Jones wns driving out to P. A- Young's to
join tho Old Man' Club, which was meet
ing there. His horse took fright and ran
away, overturning the buggy and throw
ttiif Its occupant upon a barb Wir tenca.
One eye w-is pulled out and he was other
wise lacerated and torn,
Tha HL Louis meat Inspector con
demned during last wuok, B7J pounds of
pork, 1JU pounds of nmttoo and 81 Puld
pf bo I,
There were 114 deaths and HI births re
ported in Kt, Ijouis hint week.
Ihe Thlslla Wins Aualu.
Losing, Juuo 7. A brisk brtc.7.0 waa
blowing ve&tcrdny morning when th
y a hia started in the rat at thu Uovuf
round course, forty-four milua long. The
Thistle led directly, and turned the
pier wiihui her own length ed waa
aquurior of a mile ahead of thu others
ui tho ct'd of twu Uiilt-a, &i)d wht'ii she
hod covered half the course, led theUoncsta
by live iinuutosand forty-two seconds, with
the lies third, ouo minute bo hind the
licnoHt.L. The exact time at which the flrt
tiuuw boats niiiHiieu) was. Thistle.
llum'tla, b'-Vt Jrex, 68n-Uo. Deducting
Hie if mo allowed, ah Thistle won by five
minute and the (ioncsta beat th Jiex by
ball a laiuuia.
jk jollotd tUMl4
PtrMMKdku, Out., June David (iogoltn,
the Ueruiuit who in October lit' killed
Mrs. Wtieioiithui, his Ufiiant, buuause she
rcfust d to vucat his house or pay reut,
tvas hsnaed tiere yi iotU4y foronooq. A
lew iLiiiuios be to 10 tha drop tell he sang a
favorite Oer in an byinu wlin a ular and
unwavering voico, aud was apptoivntly s
cool a 'hough at an ordinary church sc
yice. Ho died wubout a ftli'ye Ue
tus Lie uu sLateuieil. 1
Kofdiitr-Uv It arm Is.
Puimtsctt, Col., June 0 The Colorado
Oil Com(auy hv just completed suoihor
well- 1'umpiug surted yesierdsy aud 4 uj
f -Viug Hveuiy-Avt eifss e iiay
re prepared 't any andlMlnie) to accomodate
tlie people with
Buggies, Saddls Horses, Els.,
Will convey passengers to any polut desired a
moments notice. Hones ixuirited by day
week or month, on rcanonahlfl tenns.
Customers may rely on promptness, good tnrtl
outs, sals burses aud moderate cliarKes.
DR. F. C, HOYT,
eno rrwnels Mire
ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI.
Diseases of tbo Nose, Throat nnd Lungs ft
i a ia.i.n, X! is,. 1,1, A xi a
v 's.. x cniDun, numi; jl iiuiiu, a, sj.
U Juiictiun, will attend to all buelness
entrusted lo him with care and prompt
aeaa. Cliairee reasonable. 41-tf
FINAL BPTTTt.KMKNT NOTICK Notice is
hereby gtfiitoall crodllurs aiid others in-
leresuHi in tne eeiate oi-
licensed, that the undersigned administrator
ol said estate, Intends to ni';e final settkintnt
thereol nt thu nest term ot the 1'rouate court of
Kciv couiitv. Mo., tube beuiui sud lie Id at thr
court house in the city oiltlcUiuond, in said
oouutj, uuuiiitenviuK uiy o. inhi.
JI11M W. 1IKUWN, AfltnT,
St. IeiiI. a:3 fomi il;
Onf nine the season with the mtahtv etenfrlr.
llKlittMl sud moUvni improved 11 lit draft tas-
tr-iiK'T niritiin-in. it niiuij ok uouifi ww my:
Nleainer narolnts, UfO. ii, Keith, Master.
Ht earner yonilug, Henry Keith, Muster.
Kur LiexlUKtoii, Kansas City and all way land
ings. J km kins & Hash,
uenenu aksuis, oi. units. A10
W. O. Kino, Agent,
Camdeu, Mo. 17-
STEOPE & CO,
llO W. atfc ., Kawaaui Illy, -
have to close out over
sua they will go regardless of cost until January
1st, IH"T. We are overstocked, and you cau gel
1'Uas or Ora-aua at half nrlon bv Ravlirna
early or wrltlug lor calalogiies and prices. Bar
Kaius iu Bveuuu usuu riauos, uiue UMXL.
ORDER OF PUBL CATION.
STATK OF HISOLHl, 1
County ol Kay,
Court. Jun terra. Itfe7.
In ths Circuit
In tn Kay circuit Court in Vacation Tues
day .vi ay it, itt.
Ciilcsto, bauiaff ft California Rslwsv Com
luny 01 Iowa, nlslutiil. vs. Carl Hard v. Hdiili
l lardy, aud WiUoii Hardy minor hiin uf havr.h
v, siaruy aim d. u. uaruy uee u, uvtvnuaiits
Now at this dav eomvs the nlalatilT liervin h
its attorney, aud Hum itspvtiuon am a did a v 11,
Cun Hardy, Edllh Hardy, and Wlbu Hard)
mUior heirs of aarak J tlardy and S. u. Ham .
dw d, arenoD-renidentsol' ine. sis of Missouri
and uau uot beuiu.iuonu in Uiis scilon,
w Hereupon H is oriiered j the clerk la
thwiiiuu nil uvjtjiiuauia U HOllueu ly pub
licaliou thiit plaiulill' has uommeuoed a suit
uualiist tUsin iu tu-soourl thoohjwot aiidaiaucr.
ai nature of which is lu obiaiu au order 01
una court SKpoiuitna commissioners or a Jury
Los) he damages w bleb lb above naitieu
aiuoauti may -u attain aud a ju t eouioeaa
itou wulcri tUey uisv , be euliJcU to OOueiiivno
of this saUbliatiiUfjut, t-rectioa and ma mt alli
ance ol naid lai.tuad overtiis 10 1 lowing Utw
eriOed rval liitiit ait ..ate In tbe count v iif u.r
auU stale ol MiiHtouri, bo-wit; a strip oi 1,lm1
uity leut iu wid.b ou each s le of the ostnurllne
ot u,u raoioju 01 ine vuko, oaais rs a uall-
luruta laiia bOUsUauV Ol Iowa, aa locuaU! m,
on sua tuxuuati lite Durihwwl quarter of Ue
MJULliweal quarler of sevtion Sleveet, tuwaaaip
illiy-uue, rouse tweuty-seven.
Ami that uuiens the -aiil daJtUnisnts f!ari flar.
dy, ivdltu Hardy aud Wilson Hardy, miuur heirs
ot carau . uaruy suu s, u. liaiuy ant a,
he sud appear at tUis Court at uie next
lerm uiereoi, iu uegun auu uoiuen at tlis court
uuuse iu iue v-u ol niutiioonu, m aaiuvoiiiily
on llie UUi Usy of Juue tic l. and uu ur lie-
lor: Uie litu dst ol said leilii, ausveror plead to
1 l.e ptftuion In said uauae, th same will be
uutfiiaa ooaieassa nu juuueat leuusxeu so
Aim 11 IB further ordered that s couv henml
Uv puhlulicd luiiie UiniMuhU UkMouAT, s
uwiiipur pnuitd sua puuiiaUea sioraiiig to
law iu uicuiiiobd Ituy county, Jaiasouji, sud
uia utsuac ut uoiiiiduvm .
jb tA L, j a
v line my band as eleika and
sou ine aeal 01 our m (1 oouit,
Lloue alolbue iu Mieliuiond. is said
uouniy. tuts iu usy ui syf A. ii. Isw.
1 w J .NO. It. U UK L.N, Clerk-
ORDER OF PUBU0AT10N.
VIA IB, OK HM.-illCUl, I as
Co uuly oi Uav. I
In the 1'iobute Court iu end lor Bay eountj
aJtd sute ul Misaouii, April term, 17.
J. H. Uamilion, 1'uhlie AdmiDletrator of
ikT uouuiy. U,,1U UllaUlia til Uie aatais s.r
Junn Li t ulier, U:u6tl.
.Now at tUiaday ooinea J ft, UsmillOD, Yut-
iic AuiuiuiaiiaLor 01 way oouuiy. Mo., navinir
tu vhai ge llie eatale ol J . 1. fuller, deceaaeu,
preacut, to tlie Court bis pennon, prsyiug tor
an order lor the sals of ao much ot the leal e
wis ul Haud deeesaed as wul py and asliaf
Uie reiuaiuiiig dehu due h said estate, sud yet
-" va SVUIVWUI MUM, fStsCOUi a-
uied the auoounle, liau aud inventories re
iuned by law in eUuh csae, on exaiuiustioo
wtiereul it isurdend that ail nerauna inian,.t.
ed iu tlie eaisle ol asid ueoeastd be UoliUed lit!
lulicUuu aa afoteoaid Has beeu made, sud
ihal umtatt ths oouUary ue akuwu ou ur before
the llri day gf Uie uext trru ul till Uuuxt. to
le UelUuu lueaday tbe Qih ul July, uest.u be
din iue lirat lueeuay uf said itiuutu, au order
mil be ussue lor tlie sale ul tlie whole, ur so
lliuuh ul Uie leal estate ul said deesaaed s will
he aulUuitni lor iLe pMiueui of ssiddehtsi sud
U la luriher ordered tliat till Uotlcs be puu
ilahed iu noute iiewspauer iu tills aisle, for lour
weeks bvivie lite UeJU WJUl ul UJia Court uuUl
wi tuu Miia uatiaav e VWUUUUSU,
blATfc UV sllHUljUJ, I ss
wuuiy oi ay
1, J, T. iianl.t.r Judge aadolcrk of Ibcprobsts
v , 'j 1 "vjiuj ti iu iu-ai
tus sbovs is s una ouut i iii- ..n.u
tialorui(of puUllcatiou, iu ths osuae theieiu
uauuvut mm ue saius appeaus VI rscuru la IU)
.. Wilusss mv baud as Clark and
I ak.AL I Uiu avulol aald Court. Ihtom at ottlc
11 ttiuuui-uu , uhm hui oay ol Msy,
ii- JOHN T. llANIbTEB, Judge SDdClk.
Ordet of M'ubticatioH.
statu or m$SOUHU
Count y or Uav, In the
rrouaui enjurt iu aud lor Uie county of
Uay and sute ol Missouri, April tui m.
ajjtii w iooi.
j. Keuuln Hujlih Administratrix lo
thai if of tbe usUtLe of Ur..Nel buiUb
dt:cead uruur 01 ruouuatiou
Now at tUU day J. Nan uie Bmltb
Adtnliiiatralrlx lu cbargu of the
estaUi Ol LV. Nt-al ttntUi do
oeed, prtjaut to tU Court
her petition, praying fur au older fur sale
ul so much ot thu real 00 Late ol said do-
ouaed a will pay auu suttsiy tbe re
uiuiniiig debte due by said esUtbs aud
yet unpaid Jur want ol suiUcieut asset,
awotapauicd by the act'ouuu. Hsu aud
luventorius rvtulred by law iu such case,
ou fcxauiinaliou wheruul It la ordered
that all jiersotie luteittetod lu tbo esUle
ot said dtc'SM.-d bo uutlii'xl that aiipliua
tiou as aiurusald baa boon uiadu, aud
tbat uulua Ihe oouUary bo shown on or
before the ttret Uay ot the uext term of
this Court, to lie held ou the 6th day
ol July next. It beiug Uie first
Tuesday of said luouth, au order will be
uiade lur Uiu kale of the whole, or so
much ol thu real estate ol laid dtoeAwd
as will be ulltcitiit lor the pay moot of
said debt ; aud ll la further ordered that
this uoli(K) be published lu some news
paper la this stale lor lour weeks twin re
the nest torm ol IhU Court, until which
time Lhls cause is uiutluucd. .
6tat or Uisovbi,1 a
County ol Itay, " 1, John T.
BanUtcr, Judge and Clork of thui'robate
Court I11 and for said count v. hundiv
ourtily that the above Is a true oopv of
tuts ui iKiiifUuiuw ui t uuimauoa tuerein
rvn-rrtd to, a the iaute appeare oi reo-
oru iu uiy utuvn.
WHiitas my hand asJuJe and Clerk
auu Lli seal 01 our said Court,
lioue at olUce In Ku-hinond.
(fcKAX) lu saldoouuty, tiiutdyOi dsy
Oj mav, . uf irtai.
84 JudK Uwk.
SttK aafl SATIN SALE
JIE 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11
Our IMMENSE Sales of Silk and Satin this Spring
has left a great many REMNANTS, which wo are deter,
mined to CLOSE OUT regardless OF COST- Indies
now ia the chance to buy yo r little dauehters a Silk Dress
for a mere song' We also
wnicn we will cloeo out at Low Figures.
Ureen 811k, llegulat Trice.
Orey " - .,
llronze Surah " " .
Cbauguable " .
11 & AVblte
Also 47 other Remnants in Silk and Satin, Tlai nand
Brocade in Colors, all of which we will close out at
-A. Oreat 33fxr,viii.
Don't fail to come,
J. C. Brown Mercantile Company,
Best Hook and
Turrit hand made
Team Harness re
Your trade is wanted. Call
KSSB Si SPI
932 MAIN STREET,
MIS' ai CAPS.
We have the finest and
cheapest stock of
In Kansas City.
have a few full Silk Patterns,
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Big Stock of
rA'-s&' Goods always on
band, and for sale
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