Newspaper Page Text
nnrnsDA v. jrx k t im7.
TnR twcntT ixth annual onvpn
tinn of tha Stat Teaohfir Aswocia
tion ii in suasion at Sweet Bpring.
Tkai roliliinn it getting quite
common in Texas just now, ml the
liuninpM of Missouri outlaws seems to
Tlie proposition to build a new
court hoiife in Morgan county to
cost 1.VN " lfetcl at the
polls lt Momlsy.
tenors in Nodaway county suf
fereJ from a heavy hail storm on
Mon.iay last. The hail stones la
places were as large aa walnut and
covered the ground.
Tils supreme court haa affirmed
the decision of the circuit court, of
St. Louis, in the Maxwell case, and
he will le hung on the 14th of
August, lie is the man who mur
dered IVcller, the Englishman, at
the Southern hotel.
Tiik Queen of England haa reign
ed for it) years, and the anniver-
aary of her ascension to the throne,
was celebrated with great pomp at
London last Tuesday, Englishmen
in many places in this couutry also
oelebrated the """"
QuiTB a heavy storm awept oyer
Prinoeton, in Mercer county, on
Monday evening last. The iron
bridne across Grand Hi rer was blown
down, the publio achool building
struck by lightning and partially un
roofed, the K jcW Island depot partial
)v unroofed, and many small build
ings blown down.
Burnt! Beer! Whisky! Whisky!
1-Verv where! Everywhere! Hum
abops above ground, under ground;
in iaot ttaev are scattered everywhere
throughout the city ot Leavenworth.
Must be some mistake about that,
as it ia claimed down thia way that
the prohibition law ia being strictly
enforced in Kansas.
Tun Post-Dispatch balloon finally
made an ascent last Friday and trav
eled 53 miles to a point near Cen
tralis, Illinois. It reached a height
of 1C,0(W feel, which it is claimed is
the highest flight ever made by a
balloon. The voyage was not partio
plarly thrilling, Jet enough so to
makC " interesting. The balloon
baa been brought back to St- Louis
and will make another effort to reach
the aea board.
TilK Republicans in the Missouri
legislature have shown their haouf
aa obstructionists and are evidently
endeavoring to make political capital
for their party, out of the special ses
sion, rather than to effect the legis
lation for which it was called. Early
this week two Republican members
of the internal Improvement Com
mittee took occasion, in a minority
report, to inject a Republican cam-!
isign document which tbey desired
printed, ia srhich they devote a Urge
space to abuse ut the Democratic
party, aud but little to the discus
sion of the bill on the which Uue re
port was based. Tbia illustrates the
idea ot the average Republican mem
ber, who hiis but one ambition, and
that ambition, is to do something to
injure the Democrat! party. This
clacs care nothing ior the good of
the people. Good laws do not enter
into their thoughts for a moment.
Their whole idea ia to once more
gain power in this state. Tbey see
that the state kas grown rich sod
is prosperous under the Democratic
management aud tbey sigh for the
days of Tom Fletcher once more,
when stealing was good. These days
geutlemen are gone, never to return.
Or all the foolish laws ever passed
by congress, the one placing a tax
on oleomargaiioe, or imitation butter,
will certainly take a bigfa position in
the list. It benefits no class outside
of a few large dairymen in the east
ern states, while it works a positive
hardship on two distinct and exten
sive classes, namely: The cattle
raisers, and the poor workingmen
who are the largest users of the imi
tation butter. From the first class it
cuts off from one to two dollars off
the price of every steer sent to mar
ket, while on the latter class it adds
on at least five oeuts on every pound
of butter used, and all this tax is laid
" on these large classes that a com para
tively few men who own eosre and
have grown rich from their prodvots
may be enabled to squeeze more
money out of the public to add to
their already well tiled coffers. If
it was claimed tl.at oleomargarine
is in any way unwholesome or un
bealttn'ul, there would be some jus
tic in this tax. But no fcoch claim
is set up, but on the contrary it is ad
mitted to be a wholesome and health'
ful article of diet, and one that
seemed to ooiue as an especial boom
to the working people about the
cities, who found it impossible oitee
to piocure the genuine article, at a
price their lueaus would afford,
Those in favor ui the bill argued the
farmers could get more for their but
ter, but this aigument ia a fallacy, as
bare is not s farmer lu Kay oouuty,
bo has ever received particle of
ilvanoe oa his butler, on ecoouut of
this tar. lut on the contrary, wejiy
farmers have lelt the depressing in
fluence it bad on tfceir fat cattle, wheo
tbey sent tbeus te market. The
WMtern cattle raisers eWld rise up
in s body and demand the repeal of
lira. Aoiiia Ma-uplm of Oavonato
county. Mo-.Ua we! prtsMrved worn.
til s W jmn m, ca waia mu
mii suMcb. aud bas seutf-tw graod-
cumrtA who e aM 4rU baf Ucsa-
"DeMseralla aviMiawt." 1
Under this head the National Di-m
ocratio Campaign book for lHt,
among other cardinal principle of
the Drmocratio party, laya down the
"The Democratic party favors the
largest personal liberty compatible
with the welfsre of tbe Btate and
leaves the regulation of appetite to
moral and religions influences, be
lievinff those airencies are the most
in harmony with the principles of
How many Democrats are there
lUv count, today anxious to
trample under foot this doctrine, that
has been one of cardinal principles
of the party from it first inception
down to the present timer bhall we,at
this late day set aside the principles
of the grand old party "most in har
mony with the pnncipleaof free gov
eminent," and go off after a new and
strange doctrine that is contrary to
tbe principlea of the party whose tor
tunes we have followed so long? I ot
yesrs the opponents of the Demo
cratic party have lalred earnestly
to discover a scheme by which the
Democratic hosts might be divided,
knowing full well, that "a bouse di
vided against itself must fall," and
appearance seem to maicaie mai
they have succeeded, and that many
DemocraU in Bay county, who have
been steadfast in the past, are now
found in strange company and con
tending for something th auH
vervioe of tbe principles of the party.
We believe there will be left enough
good and true Democrats, who will
stand by the traditions of Die party in
Ray county, to save it, but it will be a
close fight snd every working Demo
crat should put on bis armor and
come to the front at this critical mo
John Walkkk, State Auditor teems
to have a pretty strong hold on the
Missouri house of representatives, as
that body, yesterday, refused to And
articles of impeachment against him,
notwithstanding the fact that s com
mittee from the same body said be haa
violated th law.
Everybody should be taught the
necessity of making attractive the one
place where most of tbelr days snd
nights are passed. It will not only
well repay all to plant fruit snd flow
ers, but It will refine the tastes snd
elevate the character of all who enjoy
the beautiful home.
A man out in Dacota noticed a prsl
rie fire approaching his house, and he
took off bis pants to Brut tbe fire. lie
slashed tbe fire for a few minutes with
the largest part of his pants, holding
them by the legs snd then the fire be
gan to burn the bait on bis legs, when
be dropped tbe pant and started ahead
of tbe fire towards lows, and it is be
lieved be is running yet, as his friends
Kv not seen him for two weeks.
Some portions of lows hsve been ex
cited by seeing s streak, with a abort
vest going ewvib, and tbe streak may
be tbe Dakota farmer.
General Tuttle, of lows, declares thst
thousands of old soldiers will not at
tend the Uraod Army Kncampment at
St Louis ii President Cleveland is to be
mere. Tbe reason he gives is that
Cleveland baa said that toe dependent i
pension bill would increase perjury.
mendacity and mendicancy; and he
has said that tbe Grand Army of the
Republic eould not be believed under
it. v neu ne said uie ne anew oe
a lvma. It isn't only that veto.
either; it's all his vetoes. S's are not
saying snythiug about tbe vetoes
tbemsttives; wnat we ooject u is we
Insulting tone of his language, sneer
lug and filled with attempts to be
lien. Bbetman says those who do not
irlsh to go to bt Louis, can stay sway,
and intimate that tbe encampment
will b better without theo. The fact
that Cleveland put up the bars to pre
vent s tot of big stealing from the
United St!es Treasury rest heavy on
some mess stomach
Tat FUrskiU Ya.
K. C Times.
If General Fsirchild does not feel
like a fool it is because be is too much
of a fool to know it What a burlesque
of senUAenl; what a Uariog of pas
sion to Utters; what a laughable exhi
bition of sham heroics. The govern
ment baa with a carelessness which is
by no means infrequent, kept the flags
turned over by the state in boxes stor
ed amid the mould and dust of attic or
cellar. Tbe war department, desiring
to bave them placed where they could
he taken care of. issued an order to re
turn the, to the srtaU. Xobodj seems
u have thought lauch about tbe mat
ter or to bave bad any purpose beyond
lookiiig after tbe prestation of tbe
But the war can never end with
those whose only bold on the attention
of their fdlow men is tha fact of bar
ing been in an army. It is not that
the union was saved, but that they, the
FaircbUds and the Tuttle, were in tbe
war. Tbey seem to give their whole
time to vsiching for chances to yawp
aud thus let paipls know they were
soldiers for a year or two, JJigimv,
courtesy, generosity, they know not.
The self-restraint of gentlemen they
bate nbvisr attempted to understand.
(laving nothing but army records to
travel on, they play the er -soldier rack
et for all there is in it Do (hey pot
protest too much Y Is not a man who
shows a conscious lies of bis fights
something of coward by necessity r
Is not a man who r44os envious ha
tred of a defeated foe tut twuy-!wo
years tot only Ignorant but apprehen
sive t Is not a brsa uian Uir aud
generous V These fellow s are the ooes
who bated Grant because he UtaU4
Lee as a gentleman treats auothers.
Tby bate to bear of prosperity in the
south. Tby bale to thiuk the south
is not a barrel, waste with ouly hollow
eyed women mourning and sUrviug
over tbe craves of dead men. They
eouJd not wait to bear what air. Ueve-
lafid had to ay. .Not being gentlemen
they could hut UJrstand that at least
acoitlly decent respect was due to an
otticiai act which was evidently part of
a routine, and did not eoutala the sus
picion of a wrong purpose, Tbey could
aot remember iuaX tbe president was
a union man as strong as themselves.
There was a chance to yawp and tbey
Mr. Cleveland was ne doubt aston
ished when he read FatrcbUd's blas
phemoas outcry yesterday. IJke a
sensible man be proceeded to look into
the Chatter and see what U all amount
ed to. i-Us subsequent order shwwad
his personal fealihg as well as bis opin
ion, and made Fairchild's heroics sound
iist Win. vlUWitimf jwp by
Missouri Is likely to elect a Republi
can governor next year. Th people
are anxious lor a ernnse ana many
Democrats are wlllins to let the Itenuli-
llrans have It four years, to break the
present romMnat Ion. Central Missou
ri has ruled long enough. ilruuswick
Th Democrats you refer to don't
live In Hay eonnty.
It Is rough on Koraker that while he
is denouncing the inquiry of restoring
reliel fluffs under orders from a Demo
cratic President, an association of
regimental veterans from Foraker't
own state, who are presumably free
from suspicion of troason, should be
corresponding with an ex-reliel regi
ment for the purpose of restoring a
Cra i Toi-i.iv r.n, the notorious Ken
tucky outlaw, was killed at his home
in Mon-head, Kowan county, on
Wednesday last He bad recently liern
elected county Judge, by Intimidating
men to vote for him, and his llrst art
was to have some of his enemies killed.
A band of regulators was formed
which in a general fight killed Tolllver
and two ot his brothers. It Is said
18 men were killed in the fight.
In the monthly summary of crops In
the Farmers' lteview, Chicago, the fol
lowing significant report is published
"Missouri: Twelve counties In Missouri
report an average condition of winter
wheat a trllle over 100 percent" Isn't
this a bitter pill for our Kansas con
While Cornelius Junes was walking
through the timber carrying a cross
cut saw. near this city rrinay
c iat week, a loud clap of thun
dea partially stunned lilin aud bis
companion, and Mr. Jones has been so
lamed In the spinal columu since that
he is unable to perform any labor.
Another singular feature of the hap
pening ia that all along his back Mr.
Jones has great black splotchts re
sembling charred or burntd flesh, snd
It is pretty generally believed that be
is one of the very few men that have
been struck by lightning and lived to
tell of it. Stewattaville Independent
Gen. Tuttle. of Iowa, is an old ac
quaintance of St. I.ouis. Tbe city knew
him as colonel of the Second Iowa In
fantry, which burglarized the museum
of McDoweli'scoliege. lien. Hamilton
sent ttie regiment out of the city In
disgrace, without music and with col
ors furled tbe most humiliating pun
ishment that could be inflicted. It
may have been the memory of this
melancholy exhibition that prompted
lien. Tuttle In the attempt to spoil the
plans for the ft. Ixius encampment
Wtmss't Christian Ttmstrsnc Meeting
The Women's Christian Temper
ance I nion for Missouri, met at Han
nib!, on Tuesday morning last.
Miss Clara Hoffman, of Kansas City,
presided at the meeting ol the execu
live committee, at wh:ch Miss Ida
liurr of Princeton was retained
suite orgsnier, and instructed to de
vote twenty days of each month to
tbe work at a salary or per
month and expenses. Mrs. M. D.
Wilson was also made state organiz
er. to be employed by the districts
1 be convention proper met at t
p. m. Mrs. E. P. Powell, superinten
dent of press work, presiding. Mrs.
S. A. Gordon, on be ha It of the Han
nibal union, welcomed the delegates,
and was followed by the Rev. Dr. D
Wallace in an address of welcome on
behalf of clergy and citizens. Tbe
response and ddre was delivered
by Alis. Anna s- cairns oi niricwooa,
The convention will organize to-mor
row morning for active work.
Tub eX'Coufederstes deny tbst
tbey have ever asked for the return
of a single captured 11 iff. They say
that tbey would not touch one if they
should thereby give a single moment
of uneasiness or pain to tbe Union
soldier element. ' The? fraye testified
their cordial good will for that ele.
ment by cheerfully voting it f.U,
000,000 a year in pensions and bave
nevr thought ol asking anything fur
theirown crippled and ditabled com
rades but the comiiOn civil and po
litical rights guaranteed by law to
their for trier slaves, tbe privilege of
earning their own Ukiag untaoleeted
by prejudice or oppression. In ad
hering to the Democratic party they
exercise a riht freely exercised by
many w the moot distinguished
Union Unerala nd 7 probably
half the rank snd 61e of the Union
veterans. The effort to drive all tbe
latter into the liepubltcan party hav
ing failed for twenty years, the time
bas come to put an end to tbe busi
ness of making the exConfederste
element of the Democratic party the
raw bead and bloody bones of every
camps. gn. It can only stamp the
brand of a party tool on the U. A, H.
organization, and is plainly not
dapted to tbe promotion ot tbe
Jnion soldier element's political ele
vation, or to the increase of its pen
tion allowance. Post Dispatch,
The Supreme Court of Georgia, In
decuiij ihe Dickm cuntoteil will
cat hold -j that a c;ntr:u t to provide
fr the atipijort ami mruntpnnnco f?f an
lllcitiuiHto chiM, by U jitiUUive
fittlic-r, ftlilionli the child be tlie off
spring ol a color! mother, is a valid
iiftTt-fttle contract, if it were not made
at the tioie of the Illicit intcrrour
aud fcrnuw tlie con tide rat ion ol the
copttuisalcin ot aeu of criniinal cohabl
ution. The will giving Amu nil i
Eubank, the illegitimate daughter of
Lickaon by a colorol concubine, the
tug; of 4'."J,iaiO a held to he a valid
The board of viitor to tUu ft.ul
Academy, in tlieir report to the IVcre
tiiry of the Navy, anient that the
tM H'lcinic boanl e eniMjwered to con
sider Ujv pLyticHl and intellectual
iualihcatioii of the andidteit; that
on aomi4on they li unulciyd inioUie
(jovernutent aervice aud made tnbject
to tlie articlea of war. The board com
meiti fhe steal, fflicifiiry, iiiiitiiK-tioiis
and course ol muiy U) general, but rec
oiumeiids lh:it the found year be dv
futcl C te4'httic;il training for the
a'p:uU Liiiijchcs of the naval aervice,
the ctvli t u tis-ct which brAitch be will
pursue at the end of Uur Jiii J .tr.
Onk of the otliccn of the Tchuitfite-rM-
Sliip lUilvYuy Coiiipitny, aud a
iadlii j roiiH'Ur of tliHt i'Uterprise,
any Wiiui lUe dai.torn without excc
tlui) ui'J I't'aydvtd to pjjh the ipuik to
rOUiplcll'ill. J'ho object of lite Jjic. t-
ing nh.ii u be bt'd I- not for the pur
km of elecliiifr otlb ers or a ftio
sijir to Ciipljiin Kadi im haa
itvva si-Uvrl, out to iii-i nio ti(on tho
best cuurwi to a t t,n hile the pro
itiotcra of tbir tiiatlrr rH(ti.t iJi iTont
loan they Imvu kuiniiieil by tim lUr.ali
f4 Cupluiu KiuU, tluy auy that he haa
i'ouht 111' en;ii)c)i'iii(f plana ao hear
nerfectioit ib.u iUe L-Jiim-cr of the Corn
wall V. Coiihcll, and the aUt irpi of
ai"ilM H) t tiill piot'f'cu vtiiii iiiw nuik.
The niettng (.( lie Inwud hu been de
layed by the abscu.aj lu Mexico of one
of the lending directors, whose listl,
matii fl.fcocii.Uoni with nptuiu Kul
and hit knoa, hul of the detail mukca
bli (ulvics liijiuut im4 Mvt;utti-y. :
The hum of the reaper and mower
enn be heard In the land.
Wheat will all be put In the shock
Oats will soon do to harvest
8elf-blndert have entirely supersed
ed the old time dropper.
Corn plowing this year Is a thing of
)ulte s number of our lady teachers
will attend the Institute at Iwson.
The Linn bloom has oiened and
bees are swarming and storing honey
Misses Nola and Laura Klncald
visited at Oeorgevllle last Huuday.
Taitayllle'a annual plcnlo will be
held on the x'th ot July.
Quite a number were rusticating at
our medical spring last Sunday.
A twenty-seven year old goose can
be seen picking grass on John School
The breeders of black cattle In North
Key would like to know if there will
le a stock show In Hichmond this fall,
and if (ialloway's will be ignored
again in the premium list
Mist Liz! Carter bas superceded
herself st Fslr View.
Miss I .aura Klncald will hold the
urchins level at the l'etree.
Mitt. Slover will wield sprouts again
at the Bennett
Dan Wright will teach the Knoxvll-
llans another successful winter school.
Miss Dell Urimes will hold forth at
New Hope and Alvis Coweu will bold
the reins over the youngsters st the
btrlnsrtotvn comes to tiie front with
a genuine haunted house. A ghost of
no mean ability has been cavorting
around the residence and In the lane
west ol Mr. Hhutlers for some time.
Several attempts have been made to
investigate or capture the strange be
ing, but when attacked with rocks it
waves a light snd disappears.
J as. B. Malcow, an Insane man, es
caped from Asylum No. 2 at 8t Joseph
last week, and returned to his farm
near Gower, in Clinton county. Mo
(lis first act was to slip In and knock
his brolher-in-law, Herbert Allen, in
sensible with a piece of Iron he then
put a rope around bis wife's neck, took
her to a tree and attampted to bang
her. fhe escaped and after running
some distance from him was sgsin
overtaken, aud dragged to s bridge,
where she was rescued by tbe officers
just before being twung off. She it in
s critical condition from nervous pros
tration and Malcow has been returned
to the asylum.
A Miss Mai on, at St Joseph, tried
the effect of her little pistol on a roan
named Jim Smith oa gundsj last
shooting a bole through one of his ears.
Smith bad made op his mind that be
would marry the woman, and she bad
made ap her mind that he would not
He went so far as to procure a mar
riage license without her consent, and
when she Anally refused to consent to
the to marriage, he struck her and at
tempted to do her bodily harm. This
occurred n her restaurant and she ran
behind a eounter and secured a pistol
with which she defended herself as
stated. .Plucky woman. Unlucky
Why the Crew Is Black
The Indians of tbe extreme North
west bad some very remarkable legends
about the creation, in which the crow
takes the leading part, bridging order
out of chaos. Perhaps the most curi
ous was that which accounted for the
raven coat of uis crosr. (ne night
while making a tour through bis do
minionr , be stopped at the house of
Can-nook, a chief, and begged for lodg
ing and a drink of water. Can-nook
offered blra a led. but, on account of
the scarcity of vaier, iiue4 to give
him anything to drink, When all the
rest were asleep the c0 J"1 uo to
hunt for the water but, but was heard
by Can -nook's wife, who aroused ber
husband. He, thinking that tbe crow
was about to escape, piled logs of gum
wood upon tbe fire. Tbe crow made
desperate efforts to fly through the hole
in tbe roof where tbe smoke escaped,
but Can-nook caused the smoke to be
denser and denser, and wben tbe crow
finally regained the outer air he bad
black plumage. It was previously
wuite.-Z. h. White, in the American
Flvi. bund red dollara was appro
priated to buy improved sheep for
the agricultural farm, ban born in
vested the money in 200 scrub New
Mexico iheep which no farmer in the
State would bave about tbe farm.
Next thing we expect to hear ia the
purchase of Arkansas rail splitter
hogs, 4ew Mexico iheep thrives on
barren bills snd plsina and per ha pi
that is why they are imported. Sinoe
the agricultural farm is a barren rock
pile. -tjerj trails Uuard.
Again snd sprain hsve the people of
Peuuaylvauia demanded lawa for -the
suppression of the "store order" outrage
upon wage-woraers. Again ana agaiu i
has the Legislature pretended to enact
lawa for tbe purpese, which al wsya have
been so framed aa to be taaily evaded or
be overthrown in court on tcb meal ties.
Wben beaver, as a cndidat fur
Governor in tbe last campaign, was
pointed out as President of an Iron
com paii y at tfeiieioute which was
evading the law by paying employes to
coupons redeemable only in goods at
the company's store and when present
ed by the particular employe to whom
it was issued, hie partners issued a for
mal statement thai they were not store
orders, but cash coupons. After Bea
ver waa el ecu a upon tbe strength of
this statement, the Internal Itevenue
Collector proceeded to collect the tax
levied upon inch cth coupons by the
law oi iiongreaa; wuereupou me same
partners anawered and proved tbst tbe
alleged cash coupons wete not caah
coupons; were nothing but store orders,
in fact, aud therefore not taxable un
der tbe law of Conirreas.
Bo tbe iftsit Legislature pagaed a bill
levying what was lnttHided at s prohlb-
llnrs tuv nn tall Sirlls.t'a i-tiui'ltm luiiuuin.
pasa-oooks, etc-, laaueo ior wages ana
not redeemed within thirty dsys by the
issuer. This law Gov. Heaver has ve
toed on the ground that the tax waa to
be lmposea as a penanv, ana as a pen
eltv was so summary that it permitted
tbe punished party no opportunity of
defense. It was as the friend aud pro
tecUitf of labor that 4kv. beaver ran
and was eject .I. U hai at the first
opportunity killed with bis veto tie
Qrut bill passed in good faitii to sup
press tbe tt'rouL'a ol the "company
store" system, and he bas killed, in the
onlv way by which be could have suo-
ceeded in killing, a mil iy widen si,.
uwOjjuO of 8tate revenue hitherto evad
ed by corporations would have been
annually collected irout uifei. iuurtiaz
tr. That Is the sort of protection labor
gets from the Uepublican proteotioit
nt o J'eunsylvauia all the Urns. Ko
other Ktate bas so many labor troubles
or Imposes ou iabor so naanv real
wrongs. 8o long aa i'ennsylvanla la
bora rs csn stand it aud keep oo voting
for such protection they will continue
to t miserable victim bf Preir owo
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Q loaned by TolfKmpb and Mali
Cr.KW)L AMU rtM.lTIl'AI-
Tm will of th tut r-Vi'e!,r,ii1ft
WtllHtm A- Whfrlr firm iii to hotu
at tRfuoii ftnd f.UR to forvttfn iiionft.
Tab prohibition auriun wui bronrfht to
S fm-urt la tha t'-sn-diaa Common rrntly.
A nioi Ion rrprmHii theW'ott art, the ex-
inWntt local option law, waa votrrt do-wn.
Then an attempt wm mada to allow beer
ami light wine to bo aoid la th count ta
caving thn rVvrtt act, but thin was Toua
down. Tbn the motion favor. n prohibi
tion wm votd ilrm-n br 4"i majority.
Tm lntrrr HUslo (.,onitir'r. lommmaion-
ra publUhed Uictr opinion of lh Inn tf and
ahort haul action of the t oinmrrc- art oa
the 1Mb. The document wm quitfl It-nirthr
and In effect alatcd that railnwsi coiDpani'-a
tnuat judir for thpmc1vti a to whether
thry are entitled to dirrlnifnaie unovr pro
mined condition, when atnrr.rvrt. parlies
can ftcck rvlriH.t from the l utmmftftion.
Tna Department of Htate haa received
throtifrh the UrUtflh MmlM- r at IVaihmy
lon an Invitation to the Wnvernment to
take part in the centennial tiitrmaiional
exposition which ia to be belilai lioltxniroy.
Australia, In v.
Tna n-porU! intention of the Prc...ent to
return the capture-it war atantanii to the
trartoua Htatea in the late Confederacy haa
Intensified the already bitter fcelinifa cx
latma; ia aome of thetirand Army pottta
ajrainat the President, and r-olutiona de
nouncing the proponed return of l bo tig
bave been adopted.
Th revolution which brottn out in the
province of Tucuman, Argentine Hr;ulhc,
waa auppreaaed with the lo of 4'iihvca.
The Governor and chief oftlcera of the prov
Inre were taken prisoners.
Tun British Jubilee celebration bcirun on
the 1Mb with a banquet and a hull at
tended by tb Pnnee of U aloa and othor
Tna Rhode Island Iloue haa paxicd a
bill to en force the prohibitory attn'iulmcnL
9'at fjord Mayor of lundn roccntiy en
Utrtalned at a banquet a lartre mimbrr of
notable actors and actresses. The affair
waa much appreciated by the pnife smoii.
Tat President baa reconsidered bis do
ter mi nation to aeud the captured hnttlc
flaga back to the Kouth, and in a letter,
dated June M, to tbe Secretary of War
atatd that it was a matter that wore prop
erly pertained to Corirr"-
Hots branches of the Maarhueita
Legislature were prorogued on the 10th.
KatctTT advices from Honolulu stated
that a revolution waa imminent in Hawaii
and that Kins; kalakaua'a Ufa waa threat'
Most of the Oladatnnlant aod all of the
Parnellitea abstained from vofug iu th?
closing committee aoenee on the Irish
Crimea bill in the British CoSMnoua on the
17th. The offer of further amenduienta
will be postponed until nual action i taiccn
on the bill.
EoiTom O1 Bin ex, ou bin return to Cork.
Ireland, wsa eutbuaiastically received and
the freedom of the city presented to him.
Tex Hawaiian Consul General In London
denies the stones circulated about troublui
bavins; arisen in King Kalakauaa domm
ton and the possible deoositton of the K in a
He aaya tbe atoriea were probably put Into
currency by a knot of disaffected politi-
ATTOmxEr-OrsErt.41. Michenob. of In
diana, haa decided that CVonel Kobertson
ia Lieutenant-uovemor of that btate, hav
ing been legally elected last fall.
Thi Union Labor party of Kentucky wo
organized on the 17lh at Lagrungo, Ky.
The Kentucky Labor ticket is ms follows:
For Governor. A. H. Cargin. of Crittenden;
for Lieutenant-Governor. O. N. Bradburn,
of Louisville; Attorney-General. John P.
Newman, of Campbell; Treasurer, George
Bniltn, of Hancock: Auditor. John MrUur
try, of Fayette; Hupenntendeot of Public
Instruction, it. 31. Mcoeain. oi xanon.
Thi tnai at Ieipsic of the Alsatian
charged with high treason resulted in tbe
conviction of ftve of the prisouera. KocrhUc
and Clanden were each sentenced to deten
uon for one year in a fortress, bit i eh antl
Hchil marher to two rear and r rapp to out
and a half years. The other prisoners.
Jordan, He bel, t round and Hambert, were
Tbe remains of tbe (treat Knturkj
sculptor, Joel K. Hart, were interred wilt
ceremonies In the state cemetery at Frank
fort on the 1Mb.
Thi McGlvnti parade and demonstration
occur red in fcew' Vora on the lath. 'Hie
number participating waa not so large a
had been expected, about S,iJU being ic
At Maiterdorf, Hungary, oa tbe isth t
body of gendarmerie waa attacked bv
Croatian electora and tbe gendarmerie
Bring upon tbt mob, shot five dead. Th
election waa auspended.
Th Hungarian elections resulted In thi
return of tJ4 Liberals, 8 Moderate Jppt
ttt ion lata, m indepemients, w Antl Heoii'.i'-i
SCO IS mcmiers ot no parti iiua- party.
Mis au amtoLa
Air exhibition of food products waf
opened in Amsterdam on the 15th.
Tbebs waa much comment among naval
officers in Washington at tbe fact that ao
tihLi.h A'Tigrer r-ae'. ttken p.vt t1!
It5,ou0 pruts awarded bytseSavy iicparu
ment for pnie deaigna of tbe new cruiser.
in Asia Minor.
afixa. UarsB!i, a voung woman, exe
cuted at Anueua, franco, rwiiiiy lor mat-
pclde, waa taken to tbe scaffold barefooied
and wearing a whine robe aud a olark veil.
KcroBTS from Cnklboun County, f la.,BUiU
that ao epidemic of rabies among dogs and
cattle prevails there. Heversl persona, it
Is sad, have been bitten by the rabid dogs.
Tna panic la the Chicago wheat market
waa continued on tbe 15th. (Several more
Arms were posted aa Insolvent, among
them being C. J. Kershaw & Co. The ef
fect of tbe Chicago break waa to make the
tnaravte la tbe otber cities weak and
Au. the property of tbe Ark&nft&s Tele
graph Compaoy haa been sold to the Ht.
Louia, Iron Mountain ft H out hern Railway
Tub polios of Berlin have prohibited the
circulation of the Chicago l?vrMMV G'o-
Wan.a J. A. Ryan and Harry Ireloar were
drilling out a blast which bad missed Are,
In tbe Faint Kiver mine at Crystal Fails,
Micb., recently the blast went off, blowing
off tbe head and arms of both men and hor
ribly mangling their bodies.
Tus striae of all building trad as in 8L
Paul, Minn., went into effect on the 1Mb.
Tna Hecretary of the Interior haa re
scinded bta order of March 90, 1 with
drawing from the operation of tha public
land lawa fractional rantfe Si in the Htate
of Colorado for tha purposes of a batlonal
Evert coke producer in the Connella
ville (Fa) region, except Carnegie Broth-
era, haa resolred not to grant tbe advance
slemanded by the ookaworuera.
As earthquake mock waa felt it, tna ae-
pnruqent of La Vendee, France, on the
1Mb. frightening the people out uoiug no
VVisXUif Mracmann. or jacitsoti, Tenn.
who faatd ninety daya wuhout tasting
food or water, on account oi paraiyiiis oi
the throat, dmd the other dy. This was
the most remarkable case known to history,
wlUbaluUjr reported is v meuica)
A DisAkTmora ore waa reponea raving in
Lulrs, Mweden. oo the tiulf of ttothnia. A
church, tbe town ball and many other build
inga along several at recta ware burned.
T. M.kt's Episcopal Church. Boston, waa
gutted by Dm tu citjef moramij; los,
liu.uui). Tbe tire was believed to be of m
cen diary origin.
Thb Chicago rattle market baa been
much demoralised lately. Fricea have ruled
iiybM Dies, tha noted Kew Vorta
patent BtediciiaS man, has beuu declared m-
Thb Denver grand jury baa returned six
Indicunanta against Hberifl Kramer and
Officers under him for falsa preteusea aud
aaaireaaane in oflioa. They enter a general
1m Kldoraaa Ail., the other dav Dr.
Kimball was shot in tbe back aud killed by
James baird, with whose brother be hod
liairriTHs, Marshall st Co., brokers of
Minneapolis, Minn., have suspended. They
Sated as Kershaw Ca's agents, n. A
kuitb also auspended, with liabilities of
souyjuo. Both failures wars due to tbs
Chicaito wheat panic
Hu ux-ros is reported epidemic In Csrdif ,
TkS Frot Mschlnsand Engine Com
pany, formerly Ue t-u turner aiih.m i t:m-
pauy, of Cleveland, U., baa made an as-
s.atiinrut Tha cauitat stock of tha cor-
uorouoii ia WX,mJ1 aud Is bw'd by hauling
tutixena in CLeveiaut. Th lisbiiitiusi aiS
estimated st SvJuu.uuU and the asauts aV
A IsgsiTiog was recently caused in Paris
ty ths abduoUoa of tbs Counuss Meroedes
Msioai-Catupua, S young aua wuauny
Cuban heirewa. Tuers wore reports that
Lb Lady waa a consenting party snd tbs
suductu waa engineered by bur lover, who
fleairvd te evade uie oxarrutge law.
eivB abudfwd men ia ths garrison at
Herat, Afghanistan, mutinied Jane ft but
wore defeated and eapturtd sits' Sight
mb um boss an-tfw
RmnT hundred houses In Boluctianv.
Rrnimanta, have been destroyed by Are and
Seven persons killed. ,
Thb r rencn Uovemmem saa aernneo vc
take any steps at present looking to S
Mediterranean canal or tha doepeulng of
Tkb Wholesale Honor Peal era1 Nntional
Association haa made an asaossment of ten
cents per barrel on old rye and bourbon
whi'ky for the purpose oi ugnung promm
tlon in Teaaa.
Tub stftuner VWetta of tha Mibne
lVew York steamship lino went down June
lnintheuulfof Haxhro. Tbe onioers anu
crew were aaved, Iah, tl'Ki.nnuv
Thb MteQner Champlain of the Northern
Michigan linn, bound fnr Chetmygan from
Chicago, burned at midnight on the I'm h.
between Norwood and Charlrvots, at the
mouih of D rand Trarerse bay. It was
thought that twenty one Uvea were lost
either by burning or drowning.
rct.iTf en s bniloon, with lour men on
hoard, left Ht, liuia on the aftornn ot
the ITth. It waa reported passing over De
troit, Mich., at midnight.
Co!.. no has relaxed tta quaranttne so
far as MUsour., Kansas, Iowa and Ncbroa
ka are concerned.
Corns atiffered another break at New
York on the 17th. Them were report of a
break of Ave puiuts al Uavre and two fail
ures in HrariL
Tub strike of the 1.300 ore handlers of
Cleveland, U., ended In a vie Wry for the
The stonn of the l'ith at Grand Forks,
Dak., dost roved the Catholic Church and
the University building. Other buildings
were blown down or damaged. No lives wore
lost by the overturning of the train, but
three persons were killed In tho town and
f imUMi worth of damage done.
HkyaT A. Chatham., who was supposed
to have thrown himself over Niagara Full,
has been arrested at Kalcm, Ore, charged
with porfietratiug a fraud to secure Insur
ance on his life.
Tub Andover Board of Visitors found
Prof. Hmyth guilty of heresy. The tndict
nnnt aTt-,''t 1he other pr"fesiori were
thrown out. Tho board said it waa not a
question whether Frof. Smyth's bellefi
were in Berord with present bt-iiers, but
Whether tnty were contrary to the creed
laid down bv the founders of the seminary.
Tub large laboratory of theUnitodHtaten
KJectric Liijrht Coniuiiiy at New Ycrk.with
its efrtitonts, wna hurnetl on thn 17th
less, sirio.ou); Insurance full. About one
hundred aud tlfty persons were thrown out
Khkoeho k W. VAMOKHnii.T'fi va. ht VI-
dette foundered the other night out side the
harbor at Fenaocola, rla. All on board
A suii. riot ovorthe Vuo' jubilee oc-
eiirred at Liverpool r;c?ntly between
Orantreinen and their antagonists.
Miss Ji Him), a Salvationist, was fatnlly
hurt recently at (Quebec by stonca thrown
by nn excited nmb.
Tub Inter-State Commerco Commission
will ask Congress next winter for a con
siderable increase over the SlU),uu) allowed
them for expenses, during the current year.
Llotu, tbe alleged Wyandotte train
wrecker, was acquitted at Paolo, Kan.,
after a trial lasting a couple of weeks.
Tab boodle trial at Chicago resulted in
the conviction of McUarigleaud McDonald.
Hsxnr V. Leslie, the defaulting aecre
tary of tbe Chesapeake ft Delaware Canal
Company, who with J. A. L. Wilson, the
former treasurer of the same company, Aed
in the early part of July last year with
i,ow oe longing to the company, was ar-
n-stod in FbiladQlphia on tbe Utb while In
CLBtun house returns for week ended
June in showed an average increase of ll.tf
compared with the corresponding week of
last year. In Kew York the. incrcaso was
tub Kiiropcin money markets wore
quiet during the week endett Juue IS.
American scurititas were reported improv-
Tue went-bound California exnress on the
Kouth era Facitic railroad was rcjbbed by a
gang of men near Klatonia. Farette Countv,
Tex., on tho morning of tbe IHih. The rob
bers beat the messenger, Frank Folger,
slitting hia ears. The passengers were re
lieved of 3,utJ0and the express box opened
and SlO.iAlu taken out Many of the pas
sengers were brutally treated by the rob-bv-'rs,
Ar Iow Lisbon, U-, the other night a
porformmg baby elephant seriously in
jured a clown. Another elephant also be
came furious, the result being a atampede
of the audience end tbe injury of several
petHuus, During the excitement aa eques
trienne fell between four performing horses
snd was fatally Injured.
Wvilb a party of 350 pilgrima were
crossing the Danube river near Faks in
lluugiirv on the iMr., tha poat ou which
they wbt e making the passage waa caught
in a hurricane and CHpsiaed. Only a few
of the party were saved.
Mt'cu exciteuent waa can aed at Flush
ing, N. Y., receutly by tbe ducking of
Charles Duschar, a t-eapectable married
man, iu the bta In of the village fountain by
four men supposed to be members of a
vigilance committee. Thia organization
haa for its object tho punishment by duck
ing of any married man found out after
eleven o'clock unaocompanied by his wife.
Ktiuii Bkhniuhdt left New York fur
Edt-upo. on the 18tU. '
K,g eases Of .mall-pox w;ui.wv,rtjd iu
The Cincinnati distillers have joined the
Kentucky movement to moke no whisky
for a Yttar.
J. H. rl rxH.it if H, clothier, of Memphis,
fnn., has failed, with fcil.ouo liabilities and
IJ-.uou as seta.
Mhs. Uattib Pexbaters, the convicted
Buffalo murderess, haa beon aentenced to
mprisonmont for life. There will be no ap
The J'oxt-ittiti'- naiioon, wnich lert Mt,
Louis on the 17lb, landed at Centralia, HI.,
he aame night, aomewhat damaged, and
Moore, the aronaut injured.
Kohkht mrxix)W, a farmer residing near
Independence, Iowa, was gored to death by
bull the other day.
Javes A. L. WitJrON, the Philadelpbla
forger, waa arrested at Toronto, Out., re
cent ly. He had been living there with his
wife and family under an assumed name
for the post tw mdtiths. H ia defalcations
Wire reported to amount to Stt,UUU
TuitKB masked men robbed the a tags
near Baldwin City, Ma, recently, obtaining
about V&iu irom (.ne passengers.
(lOVtHSioH Boss, of Toxas, bos
celvod a telegram Informing him of the
arrest of three desperate characters in
Lavaca County suspected of being lmpli
cated in tbe (Southern Pacific train robbery
laa rope boa sent two Cardinals to lrt
land to advise the Bishops oa tbe D'ist
l hrhs waa one new case of yellow fevei
at Key W est on the auto, and Frank Alter.
of Danville, O.. a transient carpenter, hai
died at the hospital.
Bt an explosion of fire damp In tbs boring
of tbe new railway tunnel at (tan in the de
partment of Uautos-Alps, Proui-e, recent
twelve Italian laborers were killed and
Br a collision at Potsdam. Oormany, the
ptber day, three person wof killed aud
several luiurod and a car burned
hi British bark Afton, en route rrotx
Newcastle, hew Kouth Wales, to Bail
Diego, Cal., was totally wrec ked on Lisin-
ki island May Igl. The officers and urew
were saved. Hhs bad a cargo uf pool ano
the vessel and cargo were valued at fotxi.
UUU; Insured In Kugllsh oompaniea.
Tns strike of the shoemakers at Worcea
ter, Moaa., has euded la the defeat of tin
Br the caving-in of a high bank at Kris
Pa, recently two men were killed and foul
Thb Mount Vernon estate, where the re
mains of Washington lie entombed, ha
boon enlargud by the addition of a tract of
thirty-three and a half acres on the nurtl
side, near tha old Washington mansion. It
waa secured through tha generosity uf Ja
Thb appeal of Maxwell, alias Brooks
roudemucd for ths murder of fruiter in tlu
Koulhern Hotel, Ht Louwt, April, lNi bsu
been reiectod by the Misaoui-I Bupremi
Court, tha execution wuaorderod lot
Tub ferry loat aocideut on the Dunubi
proved worse than at first reported, TUiet
hundred lives were lost The boat wa
fearfully overloaded and the atrugglea ol
the unfurtutiais pilgrims to escape wen
frightful, Tbey were in charge of Abb
Ths Missouri Hupreme Court has re
versed the decision in the Ht. Louis high
biudera1 case, where two Cbiuuiuen, Chic
Doom and Cbiag, wero aeutouoed to bt
batige.1 for tue uiuruer oi Lu Io1HnM,,
w ho was set-used of directing the police tt
a gambling house oarrled ou hy tbs aiur-
Fivs persous were daugorouily poisoned
In Philadulpliia roooutly by eating cauuod
Tub Fidelity Huuk, of Cintiunatt, has
been closed by tho baukexsmiuur for allow
lug its drafts to gu to protest iu Uie recout
. ii i i ago wuuat pauia
Tub Lou-year-old aon of KngmeAr McDon
Bid, lbs convicUd (.'bicago buodlor, fell
from a window on tbs 1Mb and waa fatally
Injured. MheniT Malsonouutdaot he fuuud,
sud McDonald reniainsd Imprisoned la
poll while his hoy was dying.
MISSOURI 8T ATI NEWS,
Towns waa a bare quorum present when tBj
Hniisfi ni't oa tbe lita, and ao busiaesa a
IB the Kennta. on the 14th S few btlU wen)
Sonslilered. hut no action was takna on ana I
,. In tbe House aa effort was msie tors
rr.nRlilor the Tote by which the Uenertl IM
Srlaney bill was onlered ensTrossed, and faileS
after an hoar's debate. The following ail It
were omred anai-oned: House bill tiling ths
rate of ehanrs lor slei ping-ear berth! at
pernlgbti msmortallimg Congress to reduet
the tax on olpomsrrorlne. Mr. Hlehlin's bill
anthnrlrlng shippers to furnish their own ears
where railmada are unable to furnish same,
and recimrtnir railroads to transport sstd oars,
was rend a third MtnS and passed.
In the Ben at, on the fstti an attempt was
mstlti to go into rom rait lee of tha whols to
formnlste a railroad bill, but It failed. No
husliieHSWss transacted ... .-The House worked
an hour anil tllsiposed ot three bills. Mr, New
ell's bill, which prorhleri for a reduction of pas
enffer fare on trunk lines to two and one-half
rents per mile ami three cents on second-elast
iMftils, Inched six rotes of enough to pass. Aa
elTort will riouhtltms be made to reconsttler It, A
Htiste bill requiring ratlroaOs to kerrp wttehp
anil rrogs in n'psir, ana anoute nin auinoniiif
hipHrs to repair cars when ssms are not In
good ooiulltion, passed without opposition.
lit the Henate, on the IHh, hut little business
Wain tratisncted ailile fnnn stirring up tha eoa
mltteeoti railroads aud internal Iniprovemenui
mtike a rt-port In the House Mr. Newel)
moved to rcrnnsider the vote by which his trill
reuurlng passenrer face to t4c per mtle oa
trunk lines, and Sr on serond-clsss roads, was
lost on the nth. The motion prsYSlletl and the
bill ps'hsmI . Ttie (lenernl letlrfeiiry bill wsi
ttik'-n up Hnd pussel. Mr. Maekltn's bill, flxln
llie rnt to le charged for Bleeping car berths,
win cm I led up and pa. Mr. llrown called
op s risw.i!tiin ttlTi-rtil by hint several days aro.
ri'tiuiring tho committee on internal Improve-nit-Tits
to at once r'port bock to the House,
with or without rernmiucndntlnn, a bill intro
duced by him which prohibit railroads from
wuing watered stock. Ths resolution was
In the rVmite. on thn hith. after ad van el ng s
few bills, the I'tirriier Auti-Freti-pas bill was
tuken up and dfeuti'd by a vole of 17 to IS
Hons bill providing thut when enaines or
trains fmm any mml are running over ths
track of another mail the oomnany owning the
truck Is liable fur dnmairei tnllfcted by sucb
citKlii' or Ivtslns kb h )us)(t. It amends i
tii.n TWi, or chapter St. article t, of the Revlsetl
Htatutei. The committee on railroads and la-
ternul linpnirement mode a report. It sets
nut that the committee to whom was referred
H.nnie bill Nos. 1. S, K 4, S, 7, IS and 11, had
ciircfiillj considered tho same and recommend'
ed that tho substitute herewith submitted do
puss. The title of the bill is "An art to correct
nhtities, prevent discriminations and extortions
in the rates of freight tariffs on the different
railroads of this Htate, to prevent pooling,
to retruhate schedules of tariffs of
such railroads, to e.tsblth reasonable maa
Imum rates of charges for the transportation of
freight on such railroads, to inureuse the pow
ers and enlarge the duties of the Board of Rail
road Commissioners, to provide penalties fur
tbe ylolatlon of the provisions of this act, to ap
propriate money and to repeal acts and parts
or acts inconsistent with this act, and to pro
vide a seal for the Hoard of Railroad Oommii-
loners.". ...In the Homa Mr. Brown intro
duced a resolution requiring the Committee on
Internal Improvements to report back to the
House, with or without recommendation, Hou
btll No. SI, which is known as the famous 640,
Thn resolution was laid over one day. Mr.
Maxwell Introduoad a Joint and concurrent reso
lution Bxtng tbe salary of members after June
at one dollar per day.
Thb Senate, on the 17th, spent three hours la
debuting trifling questions, and adjourned
till the afternoon of UieSnh... The House put
in a good forenoon's work. A decided sensa
tion was created by Mr. Arbuthnot. of Linn, In
trodurlng a resolution requiring ths judiciary
oommiiteo to prepare articles of impeach'
ment against State Auditor John Walker, on
the churges in vanU gated by a committee last
winter. Mr. Hteblen, of Lafayette, askud that
the resolution and consideration of the sub'
lect be mode a special order for Wethiesday.
the 81. No objections w-Hs ntad, and tbe re
quest wB! g,uteV Mr. (swift's resolutiOQ. fix
ing the aa.e of anal adjournment OB Haturdav.
Jud SA, was reported favorably, but no aotloa
An anthua atlc meeting was held st
J nerson City a few d iya ago, the object
being to induce the Chicago 45 Alton rail
way to extend Its line from thsrs ts
Tha Handncsts Asioclatton, of Bt, Louis,
Is maulng arrangemanta for s grand
fourth oi duly celebration.
R Virlan, residing la Kansas City,
asked tba polios of ths Btate to asoertafn
1 he whereabout of tM son, Robin U 11
Vivian, s'.evon years old, who left his
boms. Ue was found at Ottawa, Ka.
Peter Meyers, aged eleven ysara. wat
drowned In a poud In HL Louis a few
daya ago. His companion, Ueorgs Flaa
nary, whs reaouad.
An organised band of highwaymen la
cnmmlttluB depredations In Kansaa City,
A few morniugs sines a policeman In at
tempting to arrest one of the desperadoes,
who had just shot a tit (son, was himself
Shot aud serioualy Injured, the robber
makiut bis oacape.
Officer Hyaii, of K-um City, waa about
to retire a few nights ago, when be heard
a noise and rushed down-stairs. Just as
be opened the door three re to i vers were
pushed Into his faca and he yta ojdred
to retire, r.q, neiug, unarmed, obeyed
lie had seen tns mo., however, and the
li'.xtd" m arrested two of llom. Both
are of the ronghest poaalble description.
Hov. Kali Chum ObatterlQO, pasUir oi
the Presbyterian Church at Uoshapur-
India, was in m. louis iv wgy. n,s ;
wife and nttie gin are wivn oiro. ne was
a coiomissiouer to tho Northern Presby
terian goneral asiembly, recently held at
Omuha, and la on bis return trip, making
his way to the Atlantic coast, where be
will take abip In about three mouths for
his far-away home.
Judge Gill of tha Circuit Court in Kan
sas City, has decided that the will of Ben
jamin Hteel, of New York City, who died
leaving an estate vaiuea at several mill
ions, all of which ha bad bequeathed to
his wife, waa void so far as Missouri
property waa concerned. 1 ha judge
holds that, according to the values of this
Ktate, where a testator havlug children,
dies without bequssthlns: to them any
part of bis property, tbs will, as Tar as toe
children are concerned, la considered
Mrs. Amelis Frank, tbe wife of one of
tho best known Uer in an ctussns In Bt.
Joseph, died a few dsys sines from tbs
effects of a kick by a vicious noras. ins
lady waa sixty years ot age, and leaves a
New wheat is appearing.
Three thousand pension checks,
amounting to over Si 00, Out), were paid out
st the sub-treasury in Bt. Louts recently.
The amount to be paid out during this
quarter will aggregate Sl.&MODO.
The Mlisouri ia cuhudi away real
Island and making s new channel Dear
Governor Marmaduke haa appointed
Jas- A. Henderson aa Judge of Probate of
tbe County of Ht, Louis, to til the vaoancy
caused by tbereoeutdeath of Judge u. W.
Brouster, The Governor haa also ap
pointed W os U. Ullkey ooaj oil inspector
lor tbe city oi ntk tfosspii, to suocsea oinv
East Atchison Is In great dangor from
encroachment of tbe Missouri river.
Heventy-flve em ployee at tbe Bt. Louis
hh'ie snd Dllpper Company are OUtoa
fc(r. Btone, wifs of Judge John Btons,
ef Ullea, one of the pioueer settlors of
Livingston Countv, died recently aged
aeventv-nine year a. The deceased and
her husbani, iu April last, rale bra ted
tholr antieth wedding anniversary,
whiih ail their living deacendaats were
present except one aon aud his family
Who reside in i anioruia.
Ths Ht Louis Medlral Hoclety at Its last
meeting severely criticised the manner is
which the delegation to tbe National Med
leal convention were received la Chicago
A new pott-cfllos bsa been established
at Toledo, caiiavvay oounty.
H truck a Claw.
Gai.veatg, Tex., June 9tt A special
from Han Antouio says; bhenfl Lewis
yesterday received a telegram from Hberifl
Kudd, uf Karnes County, to come down
and asRist hint in the arrest of
some parties believed to be Implicated
in ths im in robbery at Klatonia,
and the sheriff and three of hia deputies
and a number uf Culled Htatea njavsbela
left lant evening on an etiyiae on tha Ar-
kitiisue road. ihs men auRpeotea, i
whom the oAttera la tend to arrest, are
knuwn to be desperate cUaxacter and S
battle is expected to ensue.
1n inK, J une . The quarter-mile bie
cln coutest between Howell and Tetnpta at
Wolverbauipton yeaterday resulted la S
duad beat. 3'ime, as aeountia, equal to the
best on record. Temple led at the start,
aud alternate spuria resulted la each ootv
tusluut Securing tpe load at timea. Temule
won the run-off, having the advantatra ot
the 1 1 nude track, lis afterward deleaved
Uowoll iu a hall-mile raua.
-.. a- '
Tba Hwar Mardar.
Ht. Louis, Juue a 1, John K. Khod maker,
a lariMinter of this city, reported to tba
lu-o yostcrduy that tie believed tbe girl mur
dured at Uubwsy, N. J., waa bta dsugbuw,
Mary Jthodmaker, who left hoine three
years ago, aud who bad been employed la
hah way for the past year. Binoe the mur
dar hs has board nothing from her, whUS
BOOM, BOOM, BOOM!
Tho Low Priced BOOM at the
Progressive Cash House of
"Why do-wo Hoom? Because the' people
miss oilier stores and conic to us, for they
.mow XV k keen constantly a full and avcII
selected Stock of goods
tiiem iiiiiiorniaiy lower than the other
houses. And they know when they trade
with us they will bo dealt with fal'rlv and
squarely. I pon the platform we take our
stand aiHli'roin which wo will not deviate
under any circumstances.
"We ake the
Ushers of Bargains,
Rushers of Business,
Dashers for Trade.
The hfifci asl hzii Tab c! Ml ht.
TRY US! ONE AND ALL.
J. C. Brown Mercantile Company,
Jt T. Xi. SHAW'S
Best Hook and
Turrit hand made
Team Harness re
Your trade is wanted. Call
Manufacturing Retailers of
ITS ai CAPS.
We have the finest and
oheapest stock of
In Kansas City.
in all lines, and sell
Big Stock of
Goods always on
hand, and for sale