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KlllllAV, Al'lil'jiT ia,1H7.
Tlx Stat. (iio'oRiral turvrjors ar.
In 1h city, thdr bnalima Ix-inf to
mkog(il'irl mirrrr of ltayccnnty
Tut democratic majunty In Ken
tucky U lit:llrd down to I cm than
18 00). The n-ptihllrans ft at to be
gaining; amtngtb in Kentucky ai well
M In Ml.sourt.
Head tlie article on the first pug In
regard lo the llsctTery or nutural gas
on the farm of Jim I'oole.ln l.afajett
county. Ilia riiiririiisTill. 1'ostUau
liority for die siauinrnt.
Wiikx are we to have boom In
Itichroond y We have all the natural
advantages, If we could get outsiders
to are It. Thia is a nmcli Iwtter loca
tion fur a car factory than lUndolpb
WofT, ai we liaTe plenty of cheap fuel.
There it must be hauled lu. Let's con
sider tMs thing.
Tim Ilrrckrnililge llulietin repro
duced an extract from the Hemocrat
of 1053, and s.ijs we hare changed our
sentiments. The editor Is mistaken.
That 1 our platform to-day and the
one we hare stood on from that day to
this and expect to Hand on. We are
Lot a saloon man.
The editor of the Dkmockat bows
submissively to the will of the majorl
ty. We hare the local option law. It
will go Into efloct on the Vlh day of
September, 1S37. Let us have it en-
ruercliaul'a Ucai.se expire not a drop ot
whisky, liraudj, wine, beer, or other
Intoxicating llq iors, except pure alco
hol, can be sold In the county. Let
us see tt enforced.
OF Tin IV77 Totes coat for IocaI op
tion. It is a life estimate to say that
at least 1200 wre cast by the oppo
tentaoftha Peinucratio party. It Is
useless fur those who favored the pro
ject to deny that the Kepublicuua were
olid for to? measure, and why V The
answer to that will come later on.
Only be pa'.itnt enough to wait for the
Idea of November, 1SS8, and you will
see what la the matter.
Tub SulJivan Slandaid, a duoiucratic
paper, seems to be a little sour, and
iijiii would be a good thing to elect
a republican governor next year. W e
luiKUt agn e with the Standard, aa we
tbiuk a i hiioge of parly In power is
sometimes beneficial, were it not for
the lively recollection we have of the
Ligh liauded manner it hich the re
publicans wasted the state money,
when lu power prior to 1670. We alio
recollect something of the lawless acts
of one Count Hodman. Air. biandaia
Jet us hold on to the evils w e bare fur
IVk are tatisned with the rtsult ol
the election on local option in Hay
county. We made a tight to save the
Democratic party In the county, and
we are cunnaeut thattwo-Unrdsof the
lemccrnU voting, voted to rebuke tl t
eoreliead who are trying to get up a
acbtme by which the Democrala can
t ousted from power in the county.
lba ite publican set Was cast near y
oba lor the aeaurc Word wae paav
cd aJ akabg U Uepubiicao line, in
fact everr unghUarhood was Tisiud
At aa riiiintarr ""j-irr th iie-
widcatbe biack in ti Dtaaocmic
party as at band. This breach began
in the i'ortcr-&andutky gt,by a com
bination oi ItrpubUcana and Iemo
crat on l'orter. II kas now been aeal
4 by a combination pf Uepublicaos
and DeinociaU on the .'oval option
question. It ill bob up serenely lejt
ear by a combination ot liepublican
aud Jjemucruii on a county ticket In
opposition lo the regular Democratic
noojiueea. lu first two effort! were a
aucceas aud whocanaay that the corn hi
nation will not succeed next year. We
again repeat that we are satined with
the result and satisfied with our own
efforts In the canvass. We are satis
fied because there is no excuse now for
longer denying the combination, and
it Democrats, woo are true to their
party vote further with the combina
tion tbey do It with their eyes open.
Oenekal A. W. Dukiiuan, a reter-
aQ, t'ilizun and soldier ot western Mis
souri, diet at his borne in Hichmoud
this state, jeelerday. lie bas been a
well known lawyer for many years,
and was cotisplcuoui io the social lire
and political history of tbe state, lie
served in tbe Mexican war aud achiev
ed distinction fir his gillantry and
bravery, lie was frequently in tbr
legislature from Clay county, his fel
low citizens alw aja giving him the dis
tinction of.au election without opposi
tioa, lie bad the good will and respect
f all alio knew bim. lie died leav
ing boats of friends and au honored
name, lie had served his country In
time of war ; he bad labored for bis
totals as legislator ; bis social qualities
bal tellned aud delighted many; and
lit hid beu helpful to neighbor and
tileud. 1 tie peace of death comes to
1.1m as to one worthy of the other and
tbeltcr lite. K. C. star, Kill.
The annual payment of pensions by
the L'diteil blate exceeds tbe entire
nuual oubt oi the standing army ol
Austria-Hungary, aud (alls only t)16,
fcoj.wti sboit of me eutii.co.tof the
lieruiau siuiy, the greatest militart
body ou earth. Aud yet the Tuttles
ai d r'aiicluids aLd other dtinagojiues
JUiuois baspassd a Uw prohibitum
tbe fitlo of tobacco, tlgds and cigar- i
-Us to u jjs under the age of 16 years. :
'it: is is a good law and ought to he-1
come a future on autue books of this
btate. It it is no uncommon sight to
ace in this city young boys being so
slum 11 that it r quires a second look to
aiacorer whither it is the cigar or the
Im'J that Is smoking.- x.
We ioteded laat week to have called
attention to the fact Krv. Kuter would
preach the first senooo delivered in
iiraymer, last bundsy inoming, and
the item was written ready for the
type, hut a pufi of mud came and blew
lot of copy ff the cases, and this
piece smohg (ereraJ others ot leas eon-
I quence was lost Jn luture, if we
A' furnished with church Dote we
, shall take care that they do not get
A way from us. limmer Jiete.
QAn Ohio tieiatut hat found out that
it is the natural gas which bolus up
tli earths crust, as aoon as It is con-
sutucd westaalla'l take adropaoouple
tit milcwtowajdOiina. Anyone waut
i g to go don lu advance of the
rrowd aid select front atats will ad
dress the ChveUiad Uersld othee, Fup-uum-
prioes garante4 and the best re
Urrr owe tftiMire4 s..i.m. Klilel la a
An rxcn-lnn train cn the I'eora ft
IVarraw Hallway, went through a
tiring at Cliatsworth, Illinois, yeater-
Jay and over two hundred perrons
were killed and Injure.!. Itwaaanex-
cnisiin train from llloomlngton to
Kiagitra Full. The bridge was across
Vermillion Hirer and the fatality Is
StiKk water If getting scarce.
All the streams are dry with the ex
ception of Crooked river and It baa
The late corn will not make over
ten bushels to the acre.
Major 1'antwell, of Kichmond waa
in our midst laat week.
David Thompson, our only colored
cilimi. waa made happy laat week-
It's a girl.
The road supervisors are pnttlng the
highways In splendid condition.
W. II. Holder, living two miles north
of town, waa thrown from a horse one
day lait week. Ilia color bone waa
broke and shoulder thrown out of place.
The Millville pic nic was a success
An Infant child of 8. Robinsons of
Bonaosi, was brought here for burial
last week Saturday.
Tbe bitter feeling engendered OTer
local option Is passing away.
Married At the residence of trie
bride last Sunday evening by the Rev.
Tom Swearengen, Mr. Samuel l'etree
and Mrs. Martha Muzingo. W unite
with their many friends in wishing
E. H. Mulliu, of GeorgevlUe, la mak
lng general preparation for tbe meet
ing of the Latter-Day Saints near h'S
residence on tbe 9Jth lnts. Jos. Luff,
of Canada, of w bo claims to be one of
the twelve will be present.
Hill Holder, who figured in tbe news
papers a year ago aa eloping with his
sister-in-law and after squandering
till money abandoned her to die in
Kius:ia City, returned to bis wife and
babes and proceeded to make life a
misery for them. A few days ago
while bis wife was visiting a neighbor
he moved bis household goods to bis
father's and on her ntum be Informed
her that he was tired of living with
her and would go to Hichmund aud
secure a divorce ai.d again embark on
the matrimonial sea with a more con
genial partner and those who look
upjn ranting corn and bogs and pro
creating their own specie as the hign-
est attainment lor the human family
in this life are upholding bim In hi
The fatvon &d tbe dlsf&rors of
I'roVtdfeDeenbift About. Tbii year it it
not thefiioiitliireet; but tbe North and
North weft, where the drouth prevail.
Tbe cropf ot the Xurlb western eUtf
mud ten. tones and northern llliootj
aud Uichrffan axe represented aa ruined
by tbe drouth. The weatiw nerer
waa a certain quantity, i'eople who
eontinu&lly tec 1U Uwon must be
hifUnff as the winds. K. C. 8iax.
The followiog; Ut of patents
ffrsoterf daring; tbe pas veek is
orenared from the official records by
Mr. J. C H'gJoo, sohcitor of pat
ent, Halt aUiilding, KansAS city,
Mo., and troo whom eofvies and lofur-
Caalri ra fcSrtisrji, Mv
ietU of priogfleiA.
Car coupling J. A. Boaclv of sisxy-
Manufacture of rolled ihssH glass
Edward Walsb.of 8L Jymia.
Combined paper file and eorer-Wm.
L Fox, of bt. Louie.
L'orstA ;lle Epperly. of Lamar.
ChCTi Ulchartl Deighton, of 6baw-
Gate Ezekiei L, Cooper,of Clarenee.
Electric moter Alex. W. Meatoo. of
SprinklerThomas F. Uaxpby, of
Vehicle seat John Vous, of Mound
Steam engineAndcew J. Vander-
Comhiued steering device and orase
for vessels Joseph C Witmer, of bt-
Btreet car breske Craven U. B. Bur-
ris, of tit. Louis.
Automatic presure regulator jor soda
fountaitu.of bottliug machines Lou is
Leonhsrdt, of St. Louis.
Heating stove Uolmea Smith, of SL
Heating stove Frank A, Seifert, of
Cooking stove Holmes Smith, of tit
Thomas JJaldwlo, the bold aeronaut
bo created a sensation on the Fourth
of July by jumping witit a parachute
from a balloon near Quineyat a height
of SI00 feet, has been presented hv peo
ple in that town with $H0 in cash aud
a diamond studded medal representing
a balloon and ft parachute. ijAldwlo
is a native of Qulncy.
A tniuisler in ft prosperous Kauaas
ijwn started his bearers ft few bun
days ago by making the following
prayer. U Lord ! we A est re to return
more than the usual amount of thanks
this morning for the blessings of the
week just clostd. KpecUllr would
we thank three for the successful or
ganization at A board of trade and for
the graUf)iig owai9 of that little
goitu titde deal in whioi l&y servant
was Interested. But above all wede-
sii to return our thanks for tbe com
pletion o? the ov race frock, which.
si thou probabl .fcUow, U he ttnest
hlf-niil track esto: -Utji'Jun
Arts Lis kl ala
During the severs rain and wind 1
storrn ahtch prevailt-d in this section.
Wednesday night of laat week, light
ulng struck a bay-rick on tbe farm of
Dr. J.G. Kiuseii, near this city, en
tirely destroying it together with
twelve tons of bay. This ts quite a
loss as the hay was of good quality
and was a targe portion ot the doctor's
supply. The same night the w beat
bin on tha farm of lr. W.C.Webb,
about four miles from Dover, was
struck by a bolt of tba electric fluid.
It contained about (twelve hundred
bus heii of wheat, which were entirely
destroyed. The residence of Mrs.
Marthft Blackburn, of Dover, was also
struck by lightning the same night
No aerioua damage was dune beyond
upsetting the chimneys. The Inmates
of the house were somewhat shaken
up. The rettldene of Mr. ilickman,
aear If igglnsville.wsa struck the same
night, and set on fire, but tbe flames
were ettinguiahed before any damage
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Oiand by Tfttoffrmph and M&ti
rRRAONAt. AND MLtTIOAb
Til mrierJnrH4ti faaa report from
vttity-fcftir Kentucky countta wit of lit.
Tbette rut Mrontjr-irrvfm prr cunt, of the
entire rota ol the Htte in lw-l, when
CtereUtHi't mnjoriijr wu M.Vtt. lo thf
counti the rvilurtton of Cleveland's vote.
bn boon f.fit ApplTiUff the urn rt to
the rrminirpr counties the toti redttctlon
In Backner1 vote will bell.WK Thte will
lecv m Itemocnitie mjorllv of M,HTI.
Ttxtft vottHl on nrohibiiion on the 4th.
Indictf(nii ehowed thtt the inndineiit
wm defiMitil br about OOahiI. The otber
cunatitntWmat amdninta wero also dt
fcetcd, excvpinir oue itmlinjr th time
of holtltniMhe ltalattire.
Tn Irown I'rtnro of tlermany recently
underwent another operation for the
growth la hi ihront In tendon.
A niitrATi irom ml. i nomas nav: iev
tors receired from Htnitr Fool from
HenrT M. Kiaoler announce that the expe
dition arnred at Aniwhlmt Kalis on Jims
K that all the Diemhr of the exprnltttoa
wrre well, and that preparation wore
being bade for the overland march.
raot l Hwiwm, late supenntetulent of
piibiiti Inst ruction of Ohio, has been electd
prridf ot of the V niversity of Nevada.
IT ta aiaiea in nrtnn tovernmcn cir-
rles Ui at tbe neyntiatlotis with the Wasb
infrtoa tiovernnM-nt for the aettletnent of
the Canadian fluherM-a dispute are pro
rrcMinc favorablv. and no dmibt la ntr
tamed that tbe difference will be speedily
and atmfacionlT aljtisted.
AnviiK from tttiakiin stae that Baa
Aloula. tbe AbrMsinian commander, baa
collected s force of &,uJ men, which ho In
tends to march Baint the Italian position
at M aasowsh, bemnning bis campaign about
tbe first of September.
A DKUCATioi of ciMjcns from Memphis,
Tenn.. waited on tbe President at the W hit
Bouse, on the 5th, and Invited him to visit
I bat city on his Western trip this autumn.
The President Saul be would probably pay
tbea a vitu
Oss of tns reports recently current on
of ths Cincinnati, Hamilton Dayton
Kilroi Company, and that either B. Uar
nsoo orLC W ait would b sieded in his
Tns 8uttan of Morocco bas defeated ths
tribe around Tedia, aud has set red tbe
town of KaeaL
EsoixiBB-ix-CaiKr CSAKLrs H Loaixo
has reijtned as bead of the Bureau of
Steam Kug meers of tbe Navy DepartmenV
and Chief Ensnaeer Ueort W. Melville
bas been appointed by th President La his
amos Rcid, at one time acting Governor
of Utah, died suddenly on tbe 7th at hla
bom sear B ranch t tile, Princ George
Count t. Md, actl fifty-four.
Wiuroan Vtoovnvrr. one of the apostles,
has assumed tbe presidency of tbe Mormon
Church. He is in hiditgt from th officers
of the law.
tViixiaM M. Gm3r, th deposed Prim
Minister of the Hawaiian Kibirdom, who
was tried on charges of robbing the public
treasury, aud who escaped from tbe island
after hi acquittal, arrived at can rran-
nsco on the xh from Hosolulo on ths bn
John D. Hprecbles.
Ths Inh Land bill passed Its third read
in in the House of Commons on the otb
There was fenerai cheencf when th bill
Tns Austrian and German Emperors met
at Oastein on the w h.
ATTuit!fET-GexEBii.(j.kL&D ts resting
at hi Arabia ouuutry homo, Horninf
Gbxckal A. W. Doxipiiax, who won
rr.DT laurels la the Mexican war, died at
Ku'bmobd, Ma, on tbe otb. He was born
County, avy., July , I.
WTISC ELLA X SXKTSs
Btsixem failure (Dun's report) daring
th ett Ays ended Aurust 4 numbered i
For the U nited tte. )tj; for Canada, A;
total, 1N3; oompare wilh 1M th previous
wek and li th oomsponding week t
WlLUsBT HOOO WOOLSLSV MaESSAII, th
British aaral oncer arrested sou days
an ax Kansas City charged with fonrcri
whta attached to th serrie sad Uate to
ChMAgo, will be returned to ths eoeo of his
The Department of Stat bas prepared
and pabUobed a bound volume of consular
twtO coca dairy f analog in all parts of
tbe world, it voctats AA) page, and la
Tax Pension Office is Informed of th ar
rat to West Virginia of Will is Walker. o
he charge of forging a pension oertincate,
cofnooc In tbe saa.
Aosirr SuSims telegraphed tit I&dlaa
rommtsslonr at Washington that the row
uauoa Ue Mill Lao waa purely an Iadiaa
Jfair and a wbif wer involved. lis
wiU stay among ths Jndiaes tUl th matter
la eeti'eo. ue aaja ui aawspAor roori
Terobotels as Uuckjrfc IV. T., were ae-
troved by ftr the other morning. So cs-
uius wer reported; loss, s?s.ASi.
Two negroes wer fstallv sad two sert-
oa.il e wounded in an sffrav with a number
Of whit boy at Itacrdocbca, Tex., re-
Uoe wtute boy was sngauy
FirtT tons of rock fell in efiftem end
Ol in cascaae wnnei noar neiaiuur. .
T. recontlr. killing four men and wound-
lng seert! others. The men claim that
turn comraciors we caret, anu aiu nut
timber tbe tunnel fast no.gb to keep up
witb tbe Dortng.
Turn sloop Kara aol tbe steamer Vail
were thought to have been lost In the
Out of California o the th. Eighty lives
were jeopardized. A vessel was .spatchd
from Uuayma i search of th nussUig
Csicsoo and Cook County publlo affair
are said to be in danger of ariie compli
cations from th refusal of th codvuiUk!
hoodie" commissioners to resign.
A SEven earthquake shock was felt
thtougfcopt tbe Island of Crprus on tMTtn.
Casss of cota wr reported at Pa
lermo, hfeaaina and Kaaui cn the Tth.
There were Ave new cases aad twe asaOaS
Ip Malt.a. -
Kvidkics goes to show that Mooney, tn
New York abaiitfr, was concerned in
sTeral of the explosions which creatd so
much coustcniaiiaD ui taecultod JLUaom
n rear or two ago.
Clbauso house returns for week ended
August S showed o average Increaae of
2U S compared with the corresponding week
of last year. In Jiew York ths lacroase
t'iTAi Kichasd WooLmijc, his wife,
Are children and the aunt of Sirs Wool folk
were bor-blF butchered uear Macon, lia.,
th other ay. ttisplciun rests upon
Thomas t WutlfoJk. a sop br s previous
marnage, the object being to tfjuuft pona
ion of his father's propeity.
A rXATruKM collapsed at llilwsuke.
Hi , d'lrina the ianncbiog of a steam
Osrge on lie'th. About a huudrod persons
were precipitated au ths water, four of
whom wer killed ana mauy inUca.
Uisuvcxi waa firm and stocks wees
Sroofui In tbe early part of the wek
anded August cn th London exchange.
Later stocks improve. 79 Pan hours
ir ouiet; berlla firm with a ir.W!Bal
U hitiui MsWrroous drapery end gen
aSi stor and warehouse tfi Westbourna
grors sod Queeo's road, addingtuu, ia
don, war a partiallr aealroyed by ilre 00
tbe nifa. The dania vu placed at tK
Oud. Two of the eJ'-oye aad three fire
men were lulled by tbs break iu of a frail
jj,dfm connecting the premise.
jr u Cvrrsijj repon at toe vr y or Mexico
that Amuruiat, recb and nglish cap.
taltsu are preparing lo tfaySQ Strong bana
lug institutions In tbst eouotry.
A vrHuirtc wind, rain and hall storm
pas peer th country near Delphi, lad..
revn'ly. Bkrjely shock ef corn wa
left standing in th tack of th storm.
Peaces wr blown down and un,- barns
unroofed. It reseuiblAd s cyclous Sbd oov
nnQ half S niile in width.
A aoAatuol rtoart recently recommended
that the iron hulled stauir falos, now on
the Asiaile siatiun, be repauud, sa4 Sti
mated the cost at I&.OUU on th huli ad
j,(u for aaw boilers and inachinery.
iMcretary W biloey ohj'td oa tbe ground
that a sew vaaei couia oe augi)! jor
mouey, th stesmer tmiog only s tug.
1ks. Loams aud Iamwer, meuibrs of
the Vienna Alpiu Club, while aacendmg
th Mauerbn the oUier day, from
prwcipki. They were dtsoovrad bd atad
for. but wer found to be mortally iojured.
Bsvsa more Untish sad A0rli;n seal
ing vessel have bos fMpLujrag io Alasks
HeiikTof ths nth from Bouluere Wis
ooasig and Nurthern lUioois detatiwd muiv
suflvnug a aroount of th long-continued
drought. Tbe situation was aggravated by
tau itres, which wer pyug vary ds
sirs 0140 . 'wssj w
Htit-TUBHU IfsQitoba was visited by 9
terrific hail storm e Ue Stb, doujg gre4
dMiiag to tit crop. Home ot lji hail
tavav UMiiaaurod auvurai inches in clrounv
farsiM;. 'I us injury to wheat waa very
TuutB new caae of fever wars reported
at Key West, s ia , 00 th stb, but thsrs
wrf DP SoRibi Jlif lf jPssey Wf
nearly all chihlran, with less tbaa twe per
cent, of mortality.
Tub returns issued by the British Board
of Trade show that the Imports during th
month of July decreased JfsttVMO compared
with July Inst year, and that export In
creased Aft m.inm compared with July, 1WA.
Two employes of th Charuer Valley
Natural te Company were asphyxiated
Aiiognenv t;ity, l'., recently whil re
pairing a regulator.
Jtutnua dhjx. plated war, ttcago.
sve assigned. Liabilities, rJ"M""H aaseta
unknown, but supposed to be S40,URI. The
yler Paper Company, Chicago, has also
assigned. Liabilities estimated at ajMi,uuu
Aio. the gondoliers of Venic went oa a
rtke recently because a night seme waa
sUrted oa the OraoS. canal.
Ths fir losses in July were Si 4, (My WW
against glO,(ns0 last year, and Just doubt
th average for tbe past twelve year.
HBl RKTABT Lit MAX hM disapprOVOd Olr
cular of Instruotion to land receivers and
registrars, suggested by Commissioner
Hparks, extending th tlm required for
actual resitienoe on pre-emption claim
from six mouths to a year.
A c&eriva balloon, containing M. woo-
dard and three passenger, escaped at As-
nelre. France, th otlior day aud passed
over Perls at a great altitude. It after
ward descended at VilleneuTe In safety.
Limhimt ft flft!toiB't storea, Kown-
son's photograph shops and Oorty's Jewelry
establishment in Urafton street, Dublin,
were destroyed by Are th other day. Loss
Ths trial of the eas of the Rtate vs. Isaac
. Vincent, ea-Htat Treasurer, charged
with having embetiled over rJH),(iuof the
Htate funds during his terra of office, waa
begun in the city court at Montgomery,
Ala., on the nh.
Tns tobacco trade of Louisville, Ky.,held
meeting the other night, and sent out cir
culars to tobacco men, requesting them to
co-operate in signing a petition to President
level and asking, in view or rttatistician
aUodge'a recent tobacco report, that he be
removed from his position la the Depart
ment of Agriculture,
Ives and Hiayner have boon forced to
resign from their posit ions in the Cinola
naU, Hamilton & Daytoa management.
tuTno ' t art ling discoveries war reported.
PirTT striking miners of the Alden Coal
Compsnv, near Wilkesbarre. Pa., recently
attacked thirty men who had takn their
place. M any women took part In the ngnt.
Michael (Inst and Jacob Horton, two sea its.
were fatally Injured. The fight lasted half
an hour. Fifteen persona were wounded
on both sides but only th two mentioned
will die of their Injuries.
At Hoc k sway Hcach, If. Y., on in v:n x.
&. Baldwin leaped from bin balloon when at
a height of about a mile from the eartn
and by means of a parachute descended
safely into th water a quarter 01 a mu
Bt a collision of freight trains near
Bonlentown, N. J., the other morning a
fireman waa killed and both engineer
badly hurt. Tbe night operator was
FiaxinBalt Lake City, Utah, recently
destroyed a hardware store, a grocery and
a Jewel rv store, causing fsS.WW losses.
kepokts or tbe cotton ana corn crops 01
South Carolina show that both will
larger than for vear.
Jxkmt PjtocLX. the murderer of Harouei
Kohn, at 8k Louts, for which murder he
waa under sentence to be hanged, com
mitted suicide in bis cell three days before
his execution by cutting an artery in his
left srm above the elbow.
Tns biennial convention or High Court
meeting or the Ancient Order of Foresters
began at Chicago on the 9th. Delegatee
from all parte of the United mates ana
Canada were in attendance to the number
Biltimorb ft Ohio comminitock had an
other heavy fall on the 9th, aelling as low
aa h: This is th lowest price reached
for over nve year.
Kev. j. M. Macital, a Catholic priest wno
came from Ireland to the Brooklyn diocese
laat December, died the other day of starva
tion. He suffered from dementia.
A ut -patch from Little Hock, Ark., of
thutheay; Thomas Hoott, implicated in
the assassination of two ofHoers near Oak
Kidge, waa captured in Louisiana. Just aa
tbe party crossed the line tbey were set on
toy a party of armed me
and hanged him to limb of a tree.
it. il iiitoea. one or toe wgm or-
chanls of Jacksboro, Tea., hwi assigued.
Tbe liabilities wore about t.VJ,iJU Amount
nf aaiMs not knoufiu
Ths Marine Hos Altai Bureau naa dcod in
formed that small -pox and yellow fever are
rcjr'ng in Havana, Cuba. During the month
of July lu oevtLs (vn.rred from yeUow
ft-vAr ana li'J irom snnui uw.
uAaxBAJLlEssMBitat new rora wm
Kussell U. JCnevals, son of th late partner
of president Arthur, and found that his
rWtfa bad insulted from rongeuive cnuia.
supenoaucoa oy tus eaoessue uv ttt
IT A nrrisi
Praia aad rrovlstosia. I
tT Locm. Aug. k
Fi-ors Onlet and eatv: XXX. ti.4&'nt i
t.rw; fanor. SHUili xfra fancy. StUijU.17;
WHEAT Dull; Na Bred, cash, toim-4m', Aa-
gutt, e(itVHe; September, S&SiaJhOi Oc
Oiirx txrtted and higher; cash. mici
Sug- st. tS,W7kot geptember, MftS7o;
Oats Firmer; cms. stHMri; AJUaOSt, toi
September, Mc; October, ic
Kra gmet it
PaoDOCS Buttar. strong: ehoioe to fancy
flrssissSTr. 3e do. dair ISafto. aW
higher at ftt-ibe.
falOVlSIOHS KOTX. Dtt, UTegUlar
tlft.M. Lard, Ann; prime steam. aVST1'.
Bulk meata. Srv salt mast, boxed shoulders.
b.T; ocg rtt. a-.iO; clear ribs, SX is; short
clear, if... Bseon. inoutilss. K.pSifU.; long
Ci raw aoa caear PW, a . aniw stoajaiaj,
a rrsas . Uua steady at $itSm&iiJtL
WBlsar Steady st tl OS.
CUiTLa-gLrm; fair to ebote heavy aativ
teers. BtwhV butchers' steers. t tH 8 AS.
sb air Blow, euppsd, is-wdt-Wi tamba sb.u
Moos steady t ebolee heavy buteners setee-
tlons, Ib-eaaai, packuig and Y or ken, M.uu
pttcaoa Aag. s.
Ftiwn Qutet : wtnter wna. it'in!
sprlox wheal, t4.UU.l, spnog patantai Si.Ua)
Wheat Quiet; No. I spring. S7hj&u9o; Wo I
Conn Less atu; Vq ff
Oat Steady; Na S, ato.
Bra Na . SSe
BABtJtT No.t, 6a'4e.
Phouvcs Butler, firm; creamery, at ttH
r.a; 4ry, i$2ti Cgs, iull, frvk MuUied,
Paovraioss Mess pork, fiS.sS. Lara. at.
Bbon rib sides, loose. rT.l. Bossd mesU,
dry salted shonidera 16 7vJM; short slear
sides, boxed, an&s .
Wsisar Dutniers' floisbed goods, tl IS
CATVi'S Steady foreommon ; sbipptns teers,
a.iyt4ft;stockerst4 leaders. SI fc -1 fl UU.
WHSse Sirongcr: batuea. It wast
ern grades. H UuS.sO; lambs, Hftfij.
H"ia Blow; roua nS mixsd, Hlft5a);
packing and shipping, fft Wtfca x
NEW Toaa. Sag.
FLOXja Dull and unchanged; good to choir
western snQ ut. t Uta ; enBunna torboli
white wheat wester esilra, S..4 3C; fancy
do.. S4.6Mt4.a; eominoa to ehoise xtra, a.
' WaT Modrately art Irs; No. t Chlpsro,
Tl0i ungrka-a rafl. tti,tft5mc: No. S rrd. ,f'4
.TWo; August, 7tLt'7TV1c; SpiAr. M
feXic; October, aSHUS, NovviabsK Saw
Coav Atesdyt wridff, 4Vlt4Zc: Na S, 47
tioic; Aiikual cTs': ipUrttaet'. f.?tlt-rt Oc
Jlober, tt'i-ac; Nyveoitxsr, aoa.'iO,(;.r
tiiKDcr Enawiire, mixas wuvaro. a
am i wsstsra. s. '
-AOUCS lwtir. gra, tmi quitl; frster.
Mtuc- w-Sjnrr is-t i-,
firm and fair inquiry; we it. . 4S1S. agaa
Crnt and quiet; weatera. lftbc
araoataiiixs Purk. quUit; me, tr.s3iBn
((Ktrold. Ooa tetsu j'i'rt pirkled hsntft. U4
l'ajc; ptrklrU tvllles, ai ; att-blvd shuuldrs,
ato4c; wtern pivklee bams, liaiUc. Laea(
motlatrstely sa'tlvs; wester sUain, Sb ttlQAiS);
City steatn, a.&.
fcfTTLS Nsslivs steers sold st Hofsla,
witii a singis carload of choir steers which
SOld St av;&.
SHEEr-Stesdj for good slock; poor tMtiaj
sbsep, Sa.0U4r4.75; pour to prime lambs, SUA
Bos fjtilj and lower for lir hogs t l.9
Hams as Orrv, Aug S
ruB-Ou let ; XX, I be ; XXX. Val
ll buri sbi stirs fancy. Slul.ai palest, SI M
ft-'.'IJ ; rys. Si Ai .
WakAT Siaadir; Na I solt wary fab,
S9'4e; Aurui, Sc bid; toVpumbc-r. s&c 014.
tXMM Hirung ; No. S caatb, fee; AuguO,
MHafek4; SKptembnr, Sbc; Oa.loher, S'iS
bid, o asked; Ui rau, e akod; May,
BU',C bid, SWO Mated.
OAT Na S abb, SSo twdt AugUait. St
kka1, taWptumuer, aar bid. tc akkvd.
Mva-Nu. 1. AiiKUH. bid, 44'tB aski.
Pauotiua-rUuiiar, rui srcaibrry, fancy,
awst ood. iso; Sue dairy, lest siwre
packed, eboiee, 14ftia. Bgg. etaafiy st go,
PaoViSioif Uaiua, laui broakfaat baoftS,
iit fln beet &; aieas pork, Sisoo; tieroe
1td, Sbt; rlsar nb sides, soiuksd, S Tl,
oag Slaw, KAV, stvcrs, Ihftui short deaa
OaTnjt"V)ghar; news. MSvfS; iJiiff
a.t j; ttili.pCtB, S.AU.4 aM.
auEar-ausdf , ssiss si fc.TSIls St
UuOft-A Bbads 1 over . bstl, ft : B"rfftqM
HmWi Ugbt, St-UTs.
MISSOURI 8TATC NEWS,
The brkk to he ned ( the rcontrne-
Ihmof theHute House wUI ba supplM
from th penitentiary.
Michael K. Mcralb, rWrotary of KtMe,
rarently eompletKl thirty ywara' oUkclal
service In this Hut,
Mrs. John Rmndforrl, wife of a railroad
man, attempted suicide at Ht. Joseph a few
days ago by taking wtfirthfna. Keighliors
discoTered bee eotiditkni in time to nutn-
mm a dictor, who save! her III. Her
niand ran away and left her a week ir
vlonsly, and her daughter died recently.
These are given as caue.
4eorg Ullbart, a well-to-do farmer.
residing near Pollock, Huilivan County,
eiHnmitted suicide a few niubts ago by
hanging. He was missed during th night
by his family, and the next morning he
waa found hanging to au apple tn e near
the bonsa. He had tmt recently been Ai
charged from the Insan asylum at Ht.
At Independence a few davs ago th I
Centy Court appropriated $I,4W to the
Third regiment, ft. t. M. The
rience enmpany will receive S4 of this
sum and tha remainder will go bmanlt
defraying the expense of the commiifea
la Kanas Citv. The rei-lmnl la now in
a fluurinhing condition and steps are being
lake So organise two new cmipanies.
Mrs. J.C Hair, wife of a intmiment
Jeweler of Kanas City, In ensiing the
street hastily In front of her hotne, a few
days ago, tripped on a board which bad
been placed on a sewer man-hle, the
gratrng nf which bad fallen and dmpltwed
the board. Hhe fell iuto the tar bole and
lirnke several ril- in her left side. Hhe
also bmke her left arm and received such
internal in juries that it t doubtful
whether so will recover.
Ht. L00U Is threatened with a vegetaM
famine on account of th protracted
The Federal officers will have a reception
to the President on his visit to Ht. Louis.
M I ss Pbfrbe ('on sins Is one of the committee
of arrange menu.
Maxwell, th mnrderer of Preller in Ht.
2jOut,willnot be hanged on the tb ,JutU-e
Miller f the United Mate ruiremai "urr.
In rhambers,having granted a writ ir,
. - - tu con
demned man therefore has a new Im W
life granted bim, aa the ce will not be
reviewed by the conrt for several months.
It may be remarked that justice Miller is
opposed to capital puniKbfue.nt, so the
mere granting of the writ does not war
rant tbe asBumptioe that there was real
error In the proceedings below.
Bridget O'Brien was burned to death at
lloberly a few days ago.
Th Htate Fund Commissioners will sell
oa th 1st of October 4TU0,(U0 Htate bonds
for refunding pnrpoaes.
Daniel Moore, convicted or mnnler, was
released from th Htat penrtentinry last
weak. H wa sentenced while under the
Kev. William Thomas Abliott W est, who
ts charged with the murder of Kusie beck
at Bt. Louis, was seen at London, Out., a
few days ago. It is supposed be Is in hid
ing near that place.
A novelty in strike is reported rrom
Pulton, where fifteen female attendants in
the Hut Insane Asylum stopped work on
account of aa increase in their hours of
On the first of next month tbe increased
seals of wages, which will prevail for six
months, goes into effect at all the mines
operated by the Lexington Coal Mining
Company. Th increase is fifteen cent per
Actlng-Oovernor Morebonss has granted
a pardon to John H. Irasselmefr, who was
sent to th Htat prison last november
from Kansas City, under sentence of five
rears for forgery In tbe second degree.
He waa drunk when b committed the
Ham Oreen, the Kansas City policeman
who shot his former mistress some time
ago, has been discharged from custody,
th woman, who has recovered, refusing
to orosecute bim.
Amelia and May, two daughters of
James Kreger, living lu Bt. Louis, wer
shorn of their long black hair while asleep
a few nights ago, Tbey went to bed about
1 1:80 p. m. and awoke about 1:90 a. m.,
when the loss was discovered. They had
long black hair, which was cut close to th
scalp. Th perpetrators of th deed ar
Th Pettis Coontv Teachers Institute.
which began July iri, eoncladed Its labors
last week. Prom tbe opening day tbe at
tendance was large, th average daily at
tendance being over eighty, and the in
terest taken exceeded that of any previous
Willis R. Harris, a wealthy fanner living
cay BproaKs, JacksQ Cvmty, bas
Joseph asylum. H waa thrown from
muls soma year ago and struck bit bead
against a stone. Several times he tried to
run amncx wiw e xnue, ana on one occa
sion he gav pryof coildrea large
aiimj 91 Qoaev, nil tstato 11 valued at
Mrs. Rugenia Hfnkler, of Chicago, ar
rived at Independence a few days ago, and,
xnroogn in inscrumenMiity 01 pbibi 01
Police Hois, gained possession of her
eighteen-months-old daughter, Florence,
who had been kidnaped from her a week
previous at Ch ' go- W ill lam Hink ley
had it in his possession, and readily gave
it up when th officer found him with it.
Mrs. Hinkley returned to Chicago with her
James Jarrett, a Bt Louis street-car
pMver, dropped dead on his car a few
night ago. Th body was taken in charge
by a number of passengers on the car, aud
removed to his lata residence. He was a
married man, fifty-four years old, and
ieare a wire and four step-children.
Heart disease is supposed to be the cause
For several weeks past tbe relatives and
friend of Miss Minnie Billeter, a young
lady about twenty years of age, well
known and stnding high in Bt. Joseph
social circles, have been quietly at work
trying to obtain soros clew to bar where
bouts. Th matter bas been kept a
secret, ia tbe a"P tht (he young hvly had
simply gone off on a visit to a relative or
friends without letting anyone know. But
has bea absent since th beginning of
Jon, and her friends now fear that she
bas been la sums manner foully dealt with.
Bt. Loau is preporipg fr tbe carnival.
Constable John Davis of Joachim town
hip, Jefferson County, visltd Carondelet
a few days ago and srrested Clalborns
Banders, alias Ellis Wast hover, who li
woj 00 wants H M,ar- 1
log took place at a plcnlo at " Irom t wick,
in August a year ago, Ellis Boaser, also
colored, being th victim.
Dr. t)dking, of Bt. Louis, has re
ported tha ha found arsenlo in bis eranil-
nation of tba livr of Buai Beck, kbowu
as Mrs. A on Is Abbott. Th doJIc bav
finally taken official notice of tue case, and
have taken step to arrest Rev. William
Thome Abbott West, th supposed Uur
Work U progressing rabidly on tbs new
Sai4 Unas in rL tenuis.
TW North wast Scorched: by Drought and
Slrs A Gloomy Oatlaafc.
Cbicaso, ug. iO- Telegrams received
this morning from central point through
out tbe entire T5.0U0 square miles of drought
stricken Northwestern country snow that
in f ear til fua-scorcbing of all vegetation
oootlnu unmitigated, tiot a drop of rain
bas fallen except eight on hundredths ot
an inch at lea tlolnos a bar sprinkle oa
th deep dust. Local observations in van
bus districts glv but utti nope of a brelf
within th coming twenty-four hours.
A lri4s cooler weather and scattered
light showers are eg. pentad, in son
Diaoes, but ths conditions era
such teat I: ,h" tWihl bill moisture sua
cooloee ar alik all ite!-'"0 lt9lr ?ffvct
will be totally lost In the seemingly immi
nent further general ria of temperatur
from end to end of the draught region. The
effectaoftbe drought it) Cnicg was notice
able in many email fire yesterday, but
theyoonvey no idea of th condition of
things in th country immediately aur
rounding th city. Never bs for bav th
farmers and residents of th suburbs suf
fered an from th heat and dry weather,
AU around, th vegetable of th am a) I
gardeners have been kl'led, and along th
railroad tracks th prairies ar on fir and
the residents of the suburbs ar called out
atailbouraof th day aud night to etjo
guish th flames when they threaten the
barns and bouse. At Vestern Hprluga a
valuable grove of young tre has been
oomplttsly destroyed, i;d tb neighboring
Swellings wer only saved by tl giaaU
eat efiurt 00 th part of th villager.
Out pn th Kock Jtlaod things ar ovan
worse. Penj glf alung th line of tha
road ar on fir aud th atr Is constantly
filled with th smoke of th burning prairU
grass, at Suutb KngLswoud v.l-y on. was
tallc. ou( of eliuich Bund.jr t. OjUt In.
ttr s4 slab. iban. whil. tl). aial. r..l-
d.nu ww. la Us ltjr, bs wm of iha
nui sad to turn out sad .xtluguuli iu
viLLics xbaslt virsn OTT.
p.TVIT, M'.li., Aug. la-'ln. v.Iu ol
Ssadu.k, U. oouutx S4al of H.uilwi
ixniaif, wa. awrv wipsa out 07 nr. ji
swips sonta of the village. Th princi
pal buslnea place are all gone, among
them being Carron's hotel and store build
ing, Hugh Mt)Knii's agricultural 4ptil
and resitienoe anri content. M. U. Hoag
and John Laksa s general store and a num
ber Of residences 01 ne buildings In all.
Very little can be learned about the Are a
the telegraph and telephone wires are ilc wn
on all side. A Carronvill disputed ssys
tholosa la from lnuo to PJU.OOJ. Thar
was a loss of Ufa as was at first reported.
Oaswit Ha fins, Mich., Aug. IO Fires are
still raging north and south of here. At
Cedar Hprlngs every man who can be had
la working heroically. Hand Lake, which
was la d soger of burning yesterdsy, is now
out of danger, although help la knpt resdy.
Reports from the south on th Lake Hhore
road aay Are ar raring in the woods bad
ly and Oranvill la still burning in the low
lands. From th north discouraging re
port are received. At Crofion, fnur miles
south of Kat kasha, flames destroyed a large
amount of farm buildings and feiices, and it
WM expected that th villa would go.
and thov have called for aid from KatMa-
ka. Around Klogslcy a,UUU conla of wood
were burned yesterday arternoon, also
mile ot fence and many fields, destroying
humirmla of dollars' worth of crops. At
AMon fire ar raging badly, and th
Grand Rapids at Indiana depot barely
escaped being burneil.
KANSAS LABOR MEN.
They Meet I Topfca, Adopt ttetuslntlons
and Appoint a Stat Ceatral Commit
tee TorskA, Kan., Aug. 10. The Htato mass
convention of the Union Labor party ol
Kan was held In Representative Hull
vesterday afternoon and evening, the ses
sion lastiug until twelve o'clock. The ob
ject of the meeting was to adopt plana for
peri cc ting tne organisation on me plan 01
the Cincinnati platform. Una hundred and
fourteen delegate were in attendance,
mainly from the eastern sections of tb
Btate. The meeting waa called to order by
W. Briedenthal, chairman of tba Htate
central committee. P. B. Mai 00. ef Kaa
poria, was made chairman and J. C. Uib-
Ta resolutions emhmeinr the rttntform
Of prtncini were adopted aa follows; in
dorsing the Cincinnati platform; favoring
a reaaJiww a atajnswaaa AT aanaiaatjr orTlrWMt tn
give women the right of suffrage; to amend
the constitution so as to prohibit alien own
ership of land; urging a national confer
ence; asking a change In article two
of the national platform; changing "or" to
"and" between th words "owned or con
trolled," referring to railroads being owned
by tbe Government; recognising with alarm
the tendency to prohibit free speech.
Tbe Htate central Committee waa aelect
ed aa follows: John W. Briedenthal, of
Labette County, chairman; First district,
It J. Ht. Clair, Atchison; Heeond district,
D. O. Mark ley. Mound City; Third district,
John W. Briedenthal, Chetopa; Fourth
district, J. O. Melvern, Quenemo; Fifth
district, John Bain, Marysvllle; Sixth dis
trict, C. J. Lamb, Kirwin ; Heventh district,
T. W. Woodward, McPhersoo,
A Lanr Mtin Hold at Topk of tha
Anti-Maiuoa IlapaiMlran Tarty.
Tops as, Kan., Aug. 10. The Ant I-Saloon
Republican meeting laat night at the Orand
Opera Hons waa largely attended, the im
mense hall being well filled. The meeting
waa called to order by Captain J. H. John
son and an appropriate prayer was offered
the Kev. Ur. HcCahe. Kx -Htate
Printer T. P wight Th sober waa chosen
president and la a brief speech referred to
the progress of prohibition in Kansas. At
the conclusion of Mr. Thaeber'a remarks
the following vtce-presidonu were elected :
Oovernor John A. Martin, Attorney-en.
eral 8. B. Bradford, ex-Governor Thomas
A. Osborne, J. K. Hudson, C, C, Baker, F.
P. McClennan, Joab Mulvane, Hamucl
T. Howe, C. B. Uleed, James Hamil
ton, Thomas Kyan, A. K. Oreene,
J. B. Johnson, K. P. McCabe, J. C. Burnett,
Btlas U cVra brook, P. T. Bonebrake, T. K.
Bowman, J. H. Broadua, P. H. McCabe and
B. B. Allen. Hon, Albert Orlffin, of Man-
batten, ohainnan of the AntUHaloon He-
publican national Committee, then ed
dressed tbe audienoa on the Question of
temperance, alter which the meeting ad
journed. Katkoas Baaral
Moscow, Aur. tt The remains of M.
Ratkoff were conveyed to this city for In.
torment Tbe cofn was borns for twenty
mile alternately upon the shoulders ot
relative of tb dead editor, workmen,
student from the university, member of
the prese and peasantry through a heavy
rain. The lid of the coffin was carried in
front of tha procession. There were about
au carrisges in line, and priests carrying
baited at everv church alOPg the
. r..;v.o noivvuciru .ur ina rppusu
or me soul or the deceased. Prince l)ol-
rarouai, reptMentlng tbs Ciar, met tbs
funeral train several miles from Moscow.
tbs Mfxlrsn War Veteran Ils al Klcls
mood, na Uu Kvontful Life.
Bicnuoxii, Mo.. Ana. a. Geueral A. W.
Doniphan, of Mexican war fame',' died last
nigLt at his apartments at the liudgin
House, aged eighty years. Funeral ser
vice will be beld at bibnrty. Ma, Tbnr.
May, t tn a. na. General A. W. Lion 'pits a
wm pur m ssaaon county, avy., July u,
18UB. His auoestora in both the paternal
sod maternal lines were of English
extraction. His father and mother
were native of Virginia, hie
father being a Revolutionary soldier.
Ha gradybUid at AMutn College,
Kentucky, at the age of eighteen years. Ha
studied law In tbe office of Martin P. Mar
shall, of Kentucky. After a period of two
years he wa licensed to practice law by
th Supreme Court of Ohio. In March.
loJu, be came to Missouri, and was licensed
to practice lew by the Supreme Court at
rayeuein ine suoceeaiog month, un the
Uth of AnnL 1830. he settled at Lexinatou.
Mo., and began his long, iuoocsiful and
brilliant forensio career. At ths age of
U WAIVTKD JLl
To toilet frdri for our mllMiile HurMiry &Utik,
(j imnI HnUvy aiiil KipetiiH ur i'oiuuiiaaluit. J'ur.
nutiuiiit eiuplovuitwu guavrkUiUtHi. UOreM tl
B.NtLL HOWLAND, Wunerymen.
-2m hi. Luuit, Mo.
C. T. GARNEH, Jr.,
Having churn nf the well known (loo. N. Me
(ie Atittriul u( Um) KsNutrda of Huy coiiuly. 1st
utviiktisI Ui fuialali Cf.frtKt AlulrwU i Ullea
Ui nil Uul In tbe 1 uuitly, piOini'iiy im tor rru.
utiiabltf tliarhfi, tuid yirpunt nil klmia ol lif-in
lunl (luovtMiuei alao kMau tfuoay ml low rauu
Ht with 0. T- Gftnier (km. on Main it,
Is UutftiM IMoefc. 'fyt
I want to bilr all tlie roarketalil. wool
Kay county, uil will ay til. viy
blarlist aiarLat rlu In ua.h lor tli.
saius. Bnug la your wool aud gtsl U10
sastt tor 11.
n. . V. . tlT Iln.t.tt lll.,k.
of rt. 11 I .nr.. Tli.t ln Hmi.l isr.i.rj
sk dlaraa. lh. m-Hf ut lli.li aju.. Tl'. IrlCr
erri.r a' 1 h. J.iu. IImtis 4Ct PM . tha best In th
W tM i: do-t tl'stui II. .H aajv fl at Iti. J.en.s
f..iiif4rt.'i.li4.. QltU.rim - i ait 1
J. C BROWN
twenty-three, without experleooo, he was
placed In collision with Abel Leonard,
Robert W. Wolls, Peyton It Hnyden aud
others, gontlemcn eminent for ability
and legal attainment, and his maiden
Mieoi-b t th bar was made in ihisi, in oe
foHsnof a man tmlietod for murder. His
onnduct In this trial was modest and gave
evidence of the dbWning of that reputation
as a criminal lawyer which he afterwards
In lua ho removed to Liberty, Mo., whore
he made hla home for the aucceedtng thirty
years. His experience at Isoxington had
been prepnrntory. At Liberty his reputa
tion attained Its xenith. In 1K, H4i 1HM
be represented Clay County tn th Legisla
ture without opposition. He waa a mem
ber of the jtcoe oonforonoe In 1HH. In
H4riocctirrod the war with Mixloo, and In
May, IH4A, he waa elected Colonel of the
first regiment of Missouri mounted volun
tera. The laurels won by Colonel Doni
phan and his mr.n during the Mexican war
are among the brightest that grace tha
American arms, and tbe memory of them
will be enduring as time Itsolf,
In varied circumstances In life Colonol
Toniphan baa exerted a groat in
lluonco. In parliamentary bodies he
has done this mainly through social
Impress and social contact. He waa fas
ntnntintf In conversation, and bis society
waa Bought wherevor be went He waa
married in 1M7 to Miaa Jane Thornton, of
Clay County. Two boys wore bom to them,
one of whom wa drowned In Wost Vir
ginia. The othor took poison by mistake
and died at Richmond, Ma, where General
Doniphan removed in imj.
Bills wero oponod at the office of the Beo,
rotary of the Navy In Washington, for flvo
new war ships, wiinam Cramp ex Hons.
of Wilmington, pol., bid on all of thorn.
Notice of tho Adoption of
Local Option Law.
Now at this day comes W. . ltingo,
Clerk ot the County Court, and takes
to bis atidiatiiuce Judges lhos. Mediu
ms, tNtuiuel A, WoliHtd, aud .Adrian
(iorutiu aud in tne preseuce 01 said
.wUffo, wim ap yoleS pOlleO at U16
variuus voting preciuowti. Mud ouat?
at the special Election beld on Tues
day, August Ulh, lhb7, under the pio-
viaiuus ut me L-ocal upuon Luff ana
lit his from baM Toll Hooks that I77u
Totvs were cant uk or theittle of Intoxi
natmg Liciuurs," and 1177 Totes were
cast "Agaiust tue bale of Intoxicating
Lamiora, as suown irom tneceruueu
relurus made by the Judge and Clerks
or tue following election precincts.
VOTWO PBECINITS. 9 J"
Hicliiuouil 472 Ml
llallnrd 4tf 4U
iienrletla 86 43
Cnindeo 161 177
Orrick.... 113 227
ElMiurn us 65
Vibbard ... 115 8
Lawsou M 187
LisboDVille. 14 83
kuoxvillo IM low
lieorgimlio 47 43
l'iuua i'olut its Hi
Kuxsellvllle M 43
Millville 87 4(i
Morton 87 63
Uardiu. 132 110
Total 1770 1877
And It appearing to the satisfaction
of tbe court from said relurnr, that a
Diajority of the votes cast at said elec
tion were against the sale of Intoxicat
ing Liquors, it is thereupon ordered
that the result of said election be pub
lished once a week for four consecutive
weeks In the Kichmond Dkuochat
and the Itichmond Conservator, they
beiDg the same newspapers iu which
tne order or said election was puD
A true copv from the records of tbe
County Cour t.
witness my nana as clerk and the
bcal oi said court hereto
alllxed at office in Hich
mund, Mo., thia 11th day of
august, a., u. ioof.
Cloth & Cold Binding
14 rafn, milk SImI KsaWsa,
mrm, T. O. I, sv.
tw fw ruiaoif al mus. ccbks vaica.
l-svers, CnnjMtlon, Inflranitlnn. .is
ornn, W.,rw l,r, Wetrn Volte til
( rlng V.oWc. or TteiiiinB of nllai .
OlMrrlu a, ol Children or Adult S.)
llntT- (.r.ytu- tii I mot Ctjlie..M .25
1 ll.ilvrA fiivhlla Triinilina
Til nuali., Lkl.I. Uroncbitik "... '.x
MfurNlfflai, T'KitbD rsoMCht. as
WIHt-nrlnf-lira. MpK llrit-liriip. Vrfiro.
rrnuu, iJonth.JjirJiotflt Braatti)nc...s
"nil Hheum, EryoiptjlM Kruiituau,.
llhrtiniBtlarn, Kheiuttittla l'itii s
!i"r t'6 ru?, c'.'fllt" 4irl a
aitiirrh. Itifliteru. told io tha Head .AtJ
iiuuimiib i i is is. luicni i.ouk 'H. , ,Oll
Kl!ii('V 1 ;ar- AO
Nervous Jh-lil ily l.OO
I rtnrv Ukii;M. Wettln Jlwl,.. .$
IH.i me. of the Hram. Pal1.1ta11.41 f Oft
BrjItfTI. Lar ITid rnnfrrl Hhnr
1 JAMES MEANS
win mi ww so loss u m
fwMitt It li mai fnr rrcn wto orrnpsitirnt an. IT)rrl u
Ui. m In tt.ll Ur l!tilii r aril twin div.y at,.- Hi an
H o .) M S Ml ,N8 D3 tSUOK. Our $i H)1( hai
C(!l.lilnij (i,r itailf ixrmaivnt ipuUiion ftaf euinii.rt
and duraMltljr li aa nooihrr ali haj ertr kritwii in i
hlatorvof llielrmh-. J.q r-n jn tilurt ar aMa to arprr-ar-ti
(I Ti.a Jatiiica Mrana aVi Mutm la lU'-t U'd ttytl.h,
nd It Ik a UiiraLlti at anv iIum of JU rl,;)it CTrr B.auiU-fat-lurtd.
Wa conn-1 ntly aiwrt tl t In rry tiial n-Ix-H
tlm .Titmr-a Ittria H-l fiUnm Is aiUkl lo ll
itHiiU-it-wf-il ! t ht havu liili.t-fto brtn rtikd at
IC "r $1. tl a l"."fr-li' p an4 H-aiiti clf v.inj.
It t 4 fttrfKd'.j tm.in botntn Irniiif. Jt f'l like a
iifliri!, Iit.t, mifllriH tQ ItrraaklflC In bUM
p rfi"-''(' -.v iho r t I'm H la jirn.
Jiinif Mima aid I'n.'i rVi a win tha frat In tht
nuinirj tn U't'"iivi ly ml vt-ti ti '1 If ym l.a-e tna
liinUi' Hi uMiit ailft ftg. il Klirva, your i pMictiosj
("id' t lu !( h tti ftiat It tl tafr-r tu tmr alnri tnai'e by
la I'Mttirt nf stittin, riitl.er I ha it tli" made $ th
f ll'iwtr. llnaa arc B"ld ly Ilia l-it ml!T
inroni'ii ni ii. c i . . : i i r-4ir. anu wt viu riaxc Mt-n
fi-.ily within r"" rrarh, tn Atif tiUf Hi TitfTUwy, U fvkl
James Means &. Co.
4 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass.
&nf . Sols Agents For
bJ'9 HICUMOSD, MO
Summer Millinery and
Alloa Lpu Ford wlihei to d-
oouuve to her palroua, aud tha public
generally, that nhe uow but oa exhibi
tion an elegaut atook ot
Embracing everything that will please
the most tuiitiUiuus taste. Tbe Hue of
uew i'arasoU ia especially worthy of
Inspection. They come In all shades
and range lu price to bt every pocket-
book. The entire stock of Millinery
has been markea down low.
NOTIf'K OK AllMINIHTRATION It berrtiy
ifivt-n thia t-it-rao( aVlniltilitrilKm htve
bwn ifrnmJ t llio utitKTviuiifd tiy tt vrobto
AtlMiiia UaUd clrilm stitttnat Mlrl entme
are rvtinirxl to eiiiitui Ui'-m Ut aiiowiuiw. mij.
111 mv yi iitnti u.tu) or wj .rtlcra, ortbtty tuny
M(Hie fti:d If ai
-vsl...uj imMllJ mug U-liC1U ui
li cliiiiiia trv ii"t 'p arututl wiu-
a. V. fe.NUaLt y, Utfc d.
NOTIl-g OK A0M1NIHTKAT1ON ll berelry
a: Iv llit U lltra ol MduiiiitsirB.ii.ui i.u.,f
bL nfmiltMl tt tlio uiuliTittiHl iiy Uie roliU
COUti ut Kit) county. Micvurl, oii Ihr t-tnAt) ui
Ife July litl,, i-..
All iHtrlliB basfiuK cUlni ftu&tnst uid -.tt
fW nvilltol Utt-xult.il tliuiu lot ftllowuitn) mllh
uuutj jt-ur Inmi tl.it ui aia U lUra. or' ih..
111 iy bt) irocl..d.l froiu livluu uur bviiHil of
ftt itml If auuh FlRlllll
wiuuii iwu ji we aiitui uu lorvvor fiurt d
A New Attraction in Town
AND LOCATED IN
J. C. Brown Mercantile Company.
Who is ploaaad to announoa
' - .iuiutljr that in
Cc, 10c. and
has been placed, and invito all friend
for themselves if thej cannot
And a General Line of House Furnishing Goods,
All For 5c.
Below you will find a price lint of a
contain, and 11 you will observe them closely you will certainly
buy, as tho goods are all first class io every particular.
The Cc. Counter Contains at Five Cents Each,
Large ment fork worth .20
Large bast lng spoon " .10
Mincing Knives - .10
Large dipper " .in
1 Set of spoons " .30
One quart tin cup Jo
One pint measure .15
On. pair ladies' scissors " JM
And hundreds of greater Bargains in Notions, etc, etc, for Flye cents each.
The 10c. Counter Contains
flood hair brush worth .S5
Oood vlutll.s Irtish .25
Uond shoe blacking brush... " .SS
Hood scrub brush ,tb
L'tjlt-O of vIm. ai.hn... .. v.")
Six ijiiart open buckets XO
t uu size butcher knives. " .40
Two pint tea pot .26
And hundreds of other articles. Just
Tho 23c. Counter Coutains
Hundreds of very useful articles and
.,,11 1 , -t ll ),... .
- v. .ii.. wuuiu oex, to an
impossibility, as tba line is so large.
Call and see Them at
J. C. Brown
Great Dry Goods, Clothing and
Richmond, - - HVEissouri
Jk.t T. Xj. SHAW'S
Best Hook and
Turrit hand made
Team Harness re
Your trade is wanted. Call
KANSAS CITY, ii.
Manufacturing Betailers of
HATS and CAPS.
We have the finest and
cheapest stock of
111 Kansas City,
THE STORE OF
to people of this town snJ
tliis store a great
and customers to call In and ceo
get bargains in a general hne of
notions of nil kinds,
10c. and 25c.
fow of the bargains these counters
Large ringed pot covers worth. 15
Steel knives and forks " .10
Large milk pans .is
Deep pnddlng pans " .10
Wash basins .19
Large heavy goblet. " .10
Large glass dishes .15
Large wooden spoon " .16
Fight quart milk can.
l atent nour sifter
Two quart coffee pots
Two quart covered buckets.
Hatchet. and hammers....
H gal. IntMncmmlau
Xen quart dish pan...
" .HO .
- - .so
as great bargains, for Ten cents.
shows great bargains. To give vou a
i . 1 V . . J
13iir Stock of
Goods always on
hand, and for tale
pesttucfilA wu tiAbO.
rw ttoue.-jxauf wu aUegntcr,