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V IUDA V. Al'lUST l.lOs?.
Tna "grent lite beastly" Irmocrtir
tntjorllr tn Ky fnutitjr, came w-ar
dwindling out of si(ht four fpm ago.
1-tst Novembfr, wbeu mn of the torr
lirtls. whn ars nw tvd hot tmpor
Bice leaders, Trc on tho Pomncmtir
lrkU A change of throo hundred
vote to the opposition would have
lust ui several moil on the ticket. llry '.
The article from the Lextnu'on In
tolllgrneer, on the first pSRa of thl
puper, on the constitutionality of the
Wood lucal option Uw it publifhe.l for
general information, and not thnt e
desire to unnecessarily tlirow a ehvlow
over tlie Utility of the law. If any of
our attorneys Iwllrve the law cons' It u
tional, we will cheerfully print their
argument, provided It does not exceed
column and half In length and Is
written In a legible hand. We have
area what can tie said on the unconsti
tutionality of Uw, aud now would like
to hear from thote who think It consti
tutional. In the first decision quoted
la the lntelligtucer article, the number
of tueMiMouii Report la left out. It
Kill be tojnd In the I Till Yoluuio, pgr
VO). The decisions quoted appear to
be very positive, hut we have long
since learneJ that there are two aides
to sverj question.
WE would iiot be understood as
classing every Democrat w ho voted foi
J'orler fast jear.or who voted for 1 ch1
option tills yow, bcl"r ' ""ur ut "
third party, or of forming a combina
tion with the Htpubllcata tu defeat
the Democratic ticket next year, bui
we do believe that the leading Demo
crats who were lu the I'urur move
;nent are the same aa those who led
ih. local outl jo move, and we furlhei
believe thit the loc.il option move
ment was only a political Melt iu
disguise lor the purpose of bdugnig
certain Ueni'sjraw. who Wire repudial
-I bv their party last year, to the from
again next year, in such a shape that
they will at least have a ugiiiug
forullicl.il prettriuent. aud this light
IniTLhauco will uot be lu the 1.UK
crauc party either. Mauy good auii
true Democrat voted for l'oiter, and
Jhe tame cau 1 said ot loiai op.wu
Th.aa will remain wuu pari)
..,. mit.li it on every bsue that
mav come up iu the future. Thij
aire seutleiueii, however, wiu are not
otlloe hUJ gry, and do uot place per
aon.il asgrauuizemeut above eierj
tUmg else Tula it the situation as wt
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Til Eli E W uauaiatiaLiic utjuiruilng
moug certain element lio havt
ftCU4 with tiie Uenitcratic pArt.r, but
la the i'urler-fraadiuk ligl.t aud the j
local option Unlit, were iu'JDd in He
publicau coinpauy, aud by their net
cltwlj aeiauufttrateU a hostility to Hit
majority of jDeroocrata. We tee no
reavou why tbeoe men should not be
Conaidered, aa yet, in fellowship with
their old asaoclatiout it they so desire.,
but tbey must show a proper degree oi
repentance belore they can be Again
trusted. We want tbir votM. but
they must not expect party prefer
ment la any way. Whatever favor
the party has to bestow must be given
totnot who have been iaituful, auo
not to tbyjae who have been off ouquetr
i t1-- nnamy IbV masses ui
the Democratic party have lost couu
rinriA in this element, aud It Is a
knowledge of this fact that causes the
twlatiug and squirming aud the labor-,
ed efforts at explanation. FcU axe j
tubborn thiLg aud can't be explain-1
ed away, and those men who hav
wandered off after strauge gods, aua
who have been found in doubtful com
pany must, if they wish to reuiain with
the Democrats, go to the foot of the
class aud "spell up." Heresy can oul)
be mauuged by applying the propel
jjauishuient. Of course we do uot ex
pect a few sore-heads to cotue back U
their first love, as the arrangemeut
with them is to form a couibinatioL
Hext year with the Ke publicans anu
kun a mixed ticket for cvuuty omcers,
Thitlsa very plain case just now.
Taey know that there are no uioie
loves and hsttes for ihein iu the Den
O sratU: cauip aud they have no firm set
principles that will keep them there,
without the prospect of re aid
Oil no ! Ut courbe there was uo pol
itics in it. i'eruh the thought. Vet
the Republicans came up iu hue so id,
and cast their votes fur the measure,
and that too. in lace of the fact that
many of them coudeuined lu it win
lake a very large aiuouut of protest-
ins;, in fact much more than ' the oigau
can do to make true Democrat behevt
that there was uo politics in it. It sab
in reality a political move to wideu
the split iu the Democratic party mude
last fail, aud tuat is ail there is of it
It was uot a tight on the sloous a
there was not a ficened saloou in Kay
county, when the vote on local opiioii
was ordered, aud uo probability that
there would be oue, heuce the Cgbt
could not have been on something that
did uot exist, and the Leaders of the lo
cal option movement know it. No.thf
true secret of the whole matter is tbat
certain mea were repudiated by tut
Democrailo party iu iUj county lat
year, who bad belore beeu bouored b
that party with paymg uiiictal posi
tions. 'Jhese men lesented the act ot
repudiation and have siuce beeu seek
lug la every possible way to datuuge
the party that had grauted them such
especial favors, 'i bis U just ab jut the
eixe ot this local option tight aud it it
just about the ue cf thu tight t bat
will have to be made next year. Xhei
fan be no deuyiLg the fact that ti.
l'orter-bauduaky tight, aud the local
optiot, tight ongiuaud iu the Demo
cratie p.Juiary tkctiuu held iu hay
couDly last year, lhat many good
Democrats fotioued the sorehead tulo
these movement, tune will deny, bu
tbese Dauiccrats Wli be back iu the
party uext year leaviug he sureheaxli
and "the oigan, w ith the ''oouibiua-
tion, who will make a final ellort, wnh
ft mixed tick a to dowu the party that
dared repudiate the claims of cer
talo gHUtleiueu, to curiam ft v(ti
cea. Oil, uo . 1 litre was of courft
do politics id it. Jilted speakers, braa
bands, aud meetings all ovtr the coun
ty, costing huudieds of d-jliars. wei
held, only to light s-uiUti..ig that did
not exut, t bo is rt jd to behev
eucb a story ?
Dgurd liidepetidetit : ISouie excit
tftsrnt was caustd I ere by the arriv
Tueaday tf a geulogiral survey lit,
corps. They j Ukmg the tpv g
rl'hy, aud tie gachittic! i.rujituoi
uf tins (ocahty. 1 his survey it f r tbe
I-m ifl Option 1ms p.itned a glorlons
vlotniy, and 1 worktd f-r it all mv
fttble Mri cth would allow, for whfft
it rome to the qiiestbrn " hifky T no
lilKy, for a rhristlHD, I think, thfiv
cm be 1'iit vnf nnnwir. Hut to say
that this (Treat tmpranc move
nvnl, that is hkinir onr cnunty from
cmier Vi rircimfcrrtce, has no cor
ruption tn it, 1th no blots or s.slue to
e removed, I run no, for it has. and
why will not the pood prople In th( ir
zm1 and euergr to carry it on, not sw
thno and let them 1 ri;htfd. They
say, oh, those women ar a st of fs-
nattcs. It thrm lio f-natlcs, the
oild has nrrd for such to carry this
move on to cnrquwl; and if you had
lrHiik sorrow's oip t It Mt Merest
dn-p(. and wept io midnight darkness
over a drunken huband vi son, could
von le lest; And it is no credit to yon
l cull them sui h, but lise up In your
streutfih and help to wipe this ruinous
stuff from our land and relieve their
w.ms atid Winn sunshiue to their
Hut do it as a christian, not as a po
litical. nt as a women lig tU move
When Hrother John A. llnxks male
th race f.r govirnor, u h? had hurlM
tiinthiri party movement lu the dust.
atid put bis toot upon iaiid said: Fel
low -citizens. ehristian, meu ud women;
t waat t o i thee. 1 w ill have no othoe,
fur the third ry corrupt poliU-
caUy.se either ot tLe o'.d piilieA 1
hiu a champion lor this g.onous cause,
io wt(it iromourlaul. AsachrU
Uhu unJ uot us a pvhtlcal moveojent 1
call Cp'Jft alt cJir04to BfcnaaU wmu
i t rally io the slanoard aLd ntip me
All the poii.ics we want in it Is. pure
good meu Item either party tor oncers.
i bat do not dunk tiie in wives nua win
hrlp wipe the stain from iur lad. We
ouiy ak this to t-e done on cLrisiian
pnnc:pies aud in christian love. Then 1
rvtry true leuiperauie mau wou'd ral
ly to the standaid for there would be
i.o p.-luic.l axes to giind, and the
world would see and know who the
true temperance people are.
Who can say that in our lale judicial
Weill u, that whit-ky did m,t rule
iloih were christian meu. One waa
called a i'rohibitiotirt the ollr Dot;
the to called I'rvhibil-ouiit was de
ffiited because tte salovns worked for
.us detet. Trtxiptrance received a
stain it will take a h-t g limetoeiase,
iur probioiliju aiid pohliva worked to-
In our late election wl y d.d so many
tfoi d m n vt our ow n c.'uuty that had
never diauk whisky, uors gned saloon
petitions r fused to vote for local p
;ion Did tb-y not se, tr (thought
di'; a political move in it,
It the rieTgymeii i'.l over Ibis land
raine the temperance standard oa noth-
nr but Utile pnrc pies. Let every
onriBtian woman pjve uer airengin.
tier energy and il u-d t, herlileto
it. Bat not as a wouans rig!:!4 or. M
If the W. C. T. t . has no poH'.ics In
it, why did they seed women delegate
u) both the republican and democratic !
uational conveuUons, there to be Ig-
uored.to the prohibition convention,
and be leceivcd i'
There is notLirg In this womm's
injvement that cannot b reached by
our Missionary tSocietiea, aud by you
s church members. What need bavt
we to pay out our money to send a wo
man around the World to preach tem
peiui, wr.u me CXU wnrr m yon.
ait by uo ilrtbide that our missionaiies
annot, aud if they preach aud teach
CiiliisT they preaeh and teach temper
ance; aud as they admit themselves.
berever a pouuau temperance has
gone, a snip ioaa o ruuj ua io-
owed and that tne ptopie cry oui, uoi
send theui. tiuch has never been the
caae with tne m;tilonAnes who hay e
gone to teach the chrisuan rtligiot.
ney Ull you that you can visn me
puwiiir la all and tdkethem pure
good liiexature to lead; tais uas bten
junnolten iu our ou town. Lbris-
Uiuiity lachfcs you this. That you cau
Lake a poor degraded woman by the
hand and UU ber up. Charity would
would wnihpcr this to you. Ihat yon
cau visit the working classts and the
Miners aud bold prayer meetings with
them. Uas not iiroUier u roves oeeu
doing this for a ) ear paal i Aud how
many chriaUau bul.ca ol this to an ba e
t bio ltd huuy If you could pot do it
as church membeis, cau you do it aa
vcmpeiauce woiaiersy Oh! christian
utcJ pause and UuuK. Vi lli you work
io giv olbers eaitniy houois aud lend
our aid to advance corruptions?
some good womeu ate dt)cievtd, 1
hink. Let woiueu woik for Uuiper-
nce, tMch ump?rance, not only iu Uie
uoUi ciic.e and buuUay ocbuole, but
by seudii g Ujieioailea tuui foreign
tivlds ai d kerp.ng more mnuionajies
Woman wnts no Lanuer to work
UUUtT bUl CLrUllaU loVr, ana at the
poll, aa it acre, ouiy iu the atiaUow ol
ner Luaband, aruitrd with hi love and
ii.oiectiou abuut her. Wuian is the
pw or behind the lino., but she dues
uot wifrh to ait on the tbione.
Mau waa hist lormed. and woman
aaaapfecious g:tt fiom the Divme
0'ibbtur to him, and wiitu sbu soiia her
puie gaimenU lu political atrue, aud
Vouju fulltage, she lusce htr ai gcUc
Cl.nalUu u.:u ie.u u.Uifciid VA W. C.
T. L'-, yet iu lb- t.iu.t: bialh they dtp-
ittcate ail politics aud wuiau's Ughla
io it. If you d j uu a hat. uoe it stand :
the world has need of aome temper
nc lecturers i-.r th-y rMu:h a class of
oeu that cii.U'jt bj i tot bid in ai y
otht-r way. r-ja.toi the a have pa&st-d
Unwbgu ibehcouigc of diunkeuuta
;vca, aLd SdW as il Weie a bell
oil earth, and cau sympaiue witli poor
Jtrufcg'it.g ibuu iu hu flo;U to rise
abie aujvc tb. dt-utou, lue "ine that
Uaive pibbcd tbiougu the d .ra w..leia
Whtu tempeiauce pruphs woik ou
Hi ble , principles aione, Uieu wul tne
wait of ol tbtj wiJoar and otphau be
turned to gUd jngi ot r. j c.ng.aud
our Sunday bchoot be hbtd to uvwr-
dowlng with i-r'it. and h-ij py chil
dftu, JtUkt no lai i-uhu-d imiou to
ve fbiil tcmptraucv wni out day lule
iiod u only ttj ing fbe iul of inn
aud women, and that lie lu JJimowij
g'Ktd time will laihc t'pani;.nto lead
Mi hosts to victory, giving t'hribt the
glory, 1 have not the shadow ol doubt
fur tempwame i on link tn the chain
that all chiiatian d nouiiuutiuii unite
upon end thereby h-!p fu'.tHl thepruyer
our ha v tor pi ayd tn his TaUicr that
ail bts ptuplu nitht bi oue.
'J ksii u;as. LuvElt.
Glenned by Telegraph and Mali
rrnoMAt. Ann nn.mcAU
A wkktixu of the t'nUinnt wit hUI nt tha
Whilts llouve on tha 11th. Th Unknot!
kOimtton Had th Ciuia(tiin flntierteii wor
thr p-ti-tpl wbjH't ol ilteuloii.
K Pri sm. i( rieTdnntl, hn brcn
pcui (HTutfiit of the International
ni t ivil KrTif IVtmrnlMlnn hM niv
rlrrod a i)i-ctton xonrrntlnf( Philadnlphla
oniotal from ttte rhargua ol fraud Id oirll
Ki HmmvuT of Italy prooea, if the
Pop will arocpt, to make bun a bandaouie
Tint (ihilsaia hare btMin dfr?ated by the
tnvn cf tha Amocr of Afghanistan at
Paix-s Fraptx rt, the new mlnr of HinV
tuna, won rriwnMl at Tutiova nn the 14t h.
It wm niTnrrtl tho t'riuoe bud tenured bit
Tn death in announced at ContantlnAile
of Ht'hntm Auha, thi Hultan'a chief ounut-h
ami contulrntial ailviaor, who virtually dt
rw'lt the MUlc affaira of Turkey.
Ak Ha.aT, M-Rnator for Calb
fnrniat dtpl at Hun Frannaro on the Hlb,
from tjnlarjrrmrnt of the aplocn.
It announced that Jumot B. Par la,
upermtemU'iit of tha onlnaDce foundry,
Wahuifiton Kttvy Yard. ha boon dia
mtoi1 and thut John A. Burton, ol LaurcL
Mil., who han Unift horn a mechanic in the
foundry, baa bt-on prosiotod to the vacancy.
Tin nrrcioui y for a rourt-martlal in the
emo ot i'otoncl William Hurna has been
a von el by ths wnhdrawtU of all tha
charKe prole rod Bsraindt bun by Colonol
W. l. Ubippte. The trouble betwnan lha
two ofiioer teo amicably wettled and
calli for non-action by the War Depart
ment. HrnrTiiT WniT'cry left WaahtnBion on
tb 1Mb for Bar Harbor to Join hia fnmtly.
Th rres-.lent bai appamtod Wubam
Paraona, of Hartford, Conn., a special nirent
to allot Land in aereralty to the Walla
Walla and Umatilla Indiana upon the Uma
tilla rxTVaVio, Ln Orttffon.
etrr&TiB Kiini,BtiatiEB bad to fro to Jail
at Winchester. Va., on the 1Mb for con
tempt of court. Richmond lawyera ad
cuied that Judge Newman, of Woodatock,
had (uU authority to ou intuit him.
Iy. The crew worn aavod.
Tna atrtke of the gondollors of Venice
em IM on the 1.1th,
Tna crop bulletin of the WanMoha le
part ment of A)(rlcultv.re ahowa that the
Indloationa all point to a very largs return
throoirhout the province.
C'nKMicALa exploded In Wehb't drnff
lore at Macon. 111., moently, kilHnff Net
aon McDonlnL. Webb waa aerioualy Injured
and waa unable to explain what rauaod the
Mrdii al retnrna ahow tr.at 70,tiOperaon
tiled from rholera In the North went pro
vince of India during June and July.
Tna Iabrador flnbcrlca are reported to be
a complete failure,
Krrikhi it Tt'iHsH, raanu faetnrer of at earn
heating apperatue, at ) Km! Twenty
fourth atreot. New York, baa marie an aa
Tin eleventh ennnal demonstration of
the United Inh Hocietlea waa held at
(.igtlen drove, Chicago, on the 1Mb. About
lo,iiu people were tn attendance.
Tna drought which had laatod for two
month In Arkaneae waa broken on the
15th by giwd rain, which aeemed to be
general over the north can lera part of the
Jrtwi. Fi.itOA'a West flare (Ireland)
tenant, have decided to purehaw their
holding under the Land act at fourteen
year' judicial rent, the landlord canceling
all arreara except for the current year, and
theae will be reduced.
Thb commlftaton to Inquire Into the elate
of the Servian finances baa discovered
aerioua deficit a, and the Mmlatorof Kinanoe
ha ordereil Ibe aeueatratlon of the prop
erty of bit prcdoceaaor in office, M. Petro
Tich. The Kecretarv of the Interior had re
voked the order of withdrawal of Indemni
ty lands for the uenrtU of the Atlantic A
Pacitte IWih md Company, and in a long
letter to the Commisaioner of the General
Land Oftk-a haa directeil that they be re
stored to settlement under the Pre-emption
and Hemestead law. It Is stated that
between Jv.kkv.imi and HtMKX'.onu a--re are
involved In this decision in the oae of Ute
Atlantic & Pacific Company alone.
M I9C CU.AXKOl'3.
Tax cholera ep.demM! in Italy ahowa a
decreaao, esp-x-mby in Cats ma. The ooo.
diuoa of aome parte of bicuy, however,
Tub centenary service, to commemorate
the establishment of the tlrat F.piscopale in
America, waa given in Westminster Abbey,
London, on the littbu Canon E. R Hartrord
conducted the service, and the sermon waa
delivered by the Bishop of Iowa.
A twsrniSATKiS train on tbe EvanavUte
Indiauapoh road ran through a culvert
at Saline City, lad., rewsntiy, bijuriag aiz
persona, one aenouily.
Lxti Hot w to, a miner In tbe Blossourg
mines. New Mexico, was crushed to death
under a large rock the other day.
A nun started in Campbell A Dick's car
pin atore, Fifth and Wood st recta, Pitta
bargb. Pa., on tba night of the lth. burn
ing down the Hamilton and other block.
Tbe damage amounted to fl,OX),O0O; insur
ance probably two-thirds.
tcNroa iiionr xneaottR waa committed
to jail and Deed St by Judge Zfewinao at
Woodtx k, Vi.. recenlly for contempt of
court. A piacard was paraded on the street,
reflecting on the Jndge in a caae in which
Kidd.eberger waa u teres tod. Partisan
recline was running bjgb anil there were
fears of trouble.
Tut convwte employed by the Missouri
Pacific at fjulveston, Tex., have left town.
It waa feared that trouble would result
from u.e 'aburers' Indigoation meeting.
L.t i ar.d ChiML.! Hettia were run over
and killed recently by the wesi-tootihd Texas
Pacific train near Dull;.
1 7 nr. French agents in Bulgaria have been
: lAiructel lo avoid all Intercourse with
n,w eruinnni ann iiorrmiiirnv
CVntabi.x FdTT ally n,l Maislr
wouuued Thomas Hardy at Mpine,
Iowa, rwevatiy. Fotu was endeavoring to
arrest Hardy at the uiae for having poasee-
aion of a keg of beer.
Tna office of tbe Minister ot Foreign ai
fair at Far, waa entered by burglars tbe
other night and several hundred franca in
ifroa were stolen. Tbe thieves became
alarmed belore they had completed their
search for plunder and bed, leaving a
bundle of bank note undiscovered.'
Export of the principal articles of pro
vimoui during July pai, atreregated In
value avT7,ibl aijtt f?,7u7,(bb during
Jnlr -IatjI , .
JiEj B Emkku'e, of Cincinnati, one of
the C'lociDuali, iiamilton at Dayton rail
road oiraciora, and one of tbe committee
sent to New York to investigate the Ives
affair, aays that Ivca haa managed to gut
tna Vacdatia, and that be is compieuily
overwhelmed in tha wreck ha huasail has
Jx4i Victo Prarr, the French his
torian, i dead. He was soventy-sti yesrs
Jobs Siluva asj Patrick Kennedy
were drowned oil Thompson's taan4 is tbe
harbor, Boston, recently by tha upaatUnf
of iter boat.
TwoCaoaaaE steamers, the Masting and
tbe Kathleen, have been tUe4 by the cus-U-m
bouse officers at Charlotte, near fecb
esler, Jf. Y., on tbe ground that neither of
the boat had hoes inspected by United
CLKAaixt house return for week ended
August 13 showed an average decrease ol
u.5 compared with th corresponding week
of lat year. In 'ew York the decrease
Biuxsu W3t Inactive but prices were
fau-ie siiHii.id fin Uie auocilon stock kx
cbtuiVe during tbe week eudul Augu-15.
Ttie borlin Bourne was uuiet ann neaiuiy,
Frankfort ateady, Fans firm with at) up
Thi directors of tbe Midland railway,
KnglfciKi, publish a statement admitting
that the atnaa of Jbelr engineers aud fire
men bad cost the coin dm, y aw.tMj, out ae-
clsring that ten times that sum wooi uot
oItwrt .he necessity of matoiainlng 4ic
nhne amonir ibe employe or tne una.
H'bist CsaLev, cul u.ai distributor at
(be post-oftlce H Austin, enwred a
pieaof guilty to the charge oT ilTfctiog
IHR Uiird division engineron the Mexl
at at t'uhsi ,t oil IBt a aSa-lsi OW tin tO4i.
The three divisions now otit re pro sent 860
mile of track, rassenirer train were
running on two divisiona of tbe roed.
Hu iitttn ISsama HctTT, who absconded
with ltM that belonged to tne Manhat
tan Bank, of which he bad been an em
ploy tn has mad a a confession before
Consul Ueneral Waller at London. The
confession implicate! a lawyer named John
It. Dunn, who got the money, and ha was
arrested at New York on tbe 16ih.
It waa stated In Kansas City on the 10th
that plans were fully prepared for the
building of a north and south railroad from
that city to Habina pasa, on tha Oul of
Mexico. The work would be done by an
entirely new company of Eastern capital
A dipatch from Huntaville, Ala., of tha
lothaaya; Tha frelcht conductor of tba
Memphis Charleston road struck to-day
for higher wage. Mo freight trains are
A partt of eowbnva, In search of a miss
ing ranchman at Ton to basin, near Albu
querque, N. recently railed at a house
where a family named Tewksbury lived.
Aa tha party waa leaving the place, after
fruitless Inquiries, the Tewksburys fired on
them and killed three. Another party was
being formed to avenge the murder and
much bloodshed waa feared.
lx one ol tbe recent fights between Sher
iff Kendall's posse and tb White river
bostilea, It was reported, Colorow a son
Eeny was killed. Tha killing of tbe young
ohiuf excited the Indians, and tbe safety of
400 women and children at Uoeker sraa en
dangered. Kemforoementa were hurrying
to the scene of hostilitioa on tba 101b, but
the situation was critical.
Ex-Uovbmsom Lira P. Black ant, of
Kentucky, was reported dying at Frank
fort on tbe 1 Co
ma otairial returns of tba rooent Ken
tucky election give fctuckner, PeaocraL
17,015 plurality over Bradley, Republican.
Tub corner stone of the Bennington (W)
battle monument waa laid on the loth in the
Dresence of taa tfoyrrnom of Vermont,
New iiamDStJlp and Massachusetts ana a
laree number of spectators.
Two dynamite cartridges were exploded
en tha Weft Clare railway bridge at Ennia,
Ireland, en tab Ut. Ko serious damage
waa dona. Two other cartridge !-
found on tbe bridge, which had failed to ex
plode. Tbe town hall at Cru sheen. County
Clare, waa fired tba same day, but no dam
age waa doc a.
A HcnaiCAks in the vicinity oi Bordeaux,
France, recently destroyed an enormous
amount of property. The storm caused the
mllision at Artfachon of two excursion
iraitas and several cars were wrecked and
seventeen persons wars Uiurco.
Thi bids which were invited for the r
nalr of the manna docks at Mar Island,
Cai, have been found to be in exoeasof the
avprr.pnaUoa made for tha purpose, and
further actio a has pee, noftipcoea uaiv
MISSOURI STATE NEW a
th victim of an aeetdmt a few night ago
hlch will resnlt fatally. Whll .irtrin
wild Texas tsr into the alaughter
hott, tbe animal turned npn him, goring
him In tha aMomen, Infllctinx a hnrrlMe
won1. Hand4- ha a wife and two chil
dren dependent npoa him for snpport.
Fifteen applicants from th Hixth t on-
grfwnionsl diotrfet mt at Hedalia a fw
day since, and nniWwe.it a rtmijetitire
examination for the apMiintment of
eadot to the West IVlnt Militarv
Academy. Jrbn H. 1'ark-r, a schoH trb-
er from tlreen Hldg, Petti County, w
chosen, hi grade Heine; H.A1 In a tital of
ten. J. W. Far her, a It-it her of the sue
eefmfnl applicant, stootl third In tbe list,
With a grade of l.H.
The twenty-sixth anniversary of the
tnttlor4 W(lsn cre-k was eelelcaled by
the member of Fran P. BUir Ft, . A.
K., of Ht. Ijonis, by r. festival and eiiioart
at Koemer's Uanln. About n,io person
were irpsent, and the unl det.iil of
ttli'kftt. psmtft rtiatnl mint fiirtiirins' t turtles.
and admitted only those who were entitled
The Kansas CM t hov factory w com
tili't4ly'diitroyeil by fire a few nights ago.
Harry Krotier and James A. Hturtovnnt
were sleeping In the buildmg whfn lh fire
nroke out. Krol-er ewcaptiHi, hut Htnrte
Vsnt was bnrned U drath. The factory
had a capacity of J0 boxes ier day and
itnployed anout nfty men. II was owned
by Chapman, Denev A: Kmllh. The lo I
estimated at about with ) in
A fatal railwav accident occurred on th
Pt. Jtneph tte rand Inland ron't. a short
distance from Ht. Joseph a few dav auo.
result of which Mat Anderson, a
farmer, will die. Anderson waa walking
along tb road on his way bmne, and had
a jug of molasses over one nb'ililtr and a
sack filled with groceries on the othr. Ho
did not bear the train. nd wan struck. He
alighted severl yards to one side, half
way down th eml-ankment. His Injuries
are such that he can nut recover.
The cmps ere about all safe.
Mis IStna, daughter of Mr. lyinnrd
Matthews, of Rt. I.011I. In veritable hero
1hb, iMTing reifiitly saved rmta lr.au i a
at Hbelter Island, Long Islnnd, N. Y., Mr.
Gettrge Bain, Jr also of Ht. Louis. Mis
Matthews Is aa expert wimmr, and
reached tbe drowning man In the surf just
a he was going down tb second time.
This was her second exploit of tb kind
Wm. Wilblte, colored, who had )
comtletd a year' sentence in the Htate
penitentiary, was placed under arrest by
the antbortuee at tieirerson Lity on a
charge of burglarising Missouri Fcifl
oar of merchandins.
Th fall Utumlnation plant Is being
erected la Bt Loot.
ijU'iitiuii Is up iu
Doryuae U retrwit g aul touecliua tl.e ,witft waiui. Hit iiiujouly of Xoti.uvi
fjcxiluvTical report uf Miaavun. (.if ! arf.unst the auieiidmebt iu Texas, ha
ooutsc Uiey nited tiis Wuuud, ai the u'lo'n rather a datcper uver tbe pry
ijtiet KitDt uf Utid U UiiS srU'.m. I biUtloo S;iU lu Xeuuesate.
valuable ltttr, and wa committed to ja,.
lSentno wa deferred,
Thi deaths by th railroad disaster near
Cnatawurth. UL, amounted to about eighty.
Tbe wounded were reported to be doing
fairly welt on tbe 14th, with but two or three
exhibiting dangerous symptoms.
Tas Calboiic inurcn at bl raui, town,
wa totally destroyed by a cyclone which
awi.pt over thai section tbe other morning.
Mub otner aawse wa none.
Tu sufcudjary high court of Forester,
recently in osio& at Chicago, adopted
-Fourth of July" declaration of ludepood
ence if the English high court of Forusters
interfered in tba prohibition of colored men
jottting the order.
Tu Jew L'pk, who waa aenteuoed to be
banged in Lonoon eu tbe 1Mb for murder,
was granted a respite for on woek by tb
g ison, ibe Uuino Secretary having refused
'la dareaiaii IitQlan la lb bout ran
St Toronto, (int., ou Ue litb- Taie, 1M 81.
At Uyrawuse, '. Y , tbe sain flay. Hxr.nj
won the ba-iije and pur, defeaung hut,
tounney, Ll-nxy and Bubear la the order
At Cullora, IH., o ths J3tb, Prof. Talbert
made so accnH--n In but buUun. About
on thousand fvet high It cautrut fir aoi)
TiUutsat arrowly escaped death, reaching
K rout-i with barely any thing of the balloon
A colusio between tha British sfeam'
Iturbiier sud the Uroek stouuur Andrew
V'agnsni oflf Lizard Point, Eng , rocntly
resuliod In tbe drowuing of seven persou.
Bi 0 collision between a freigbt and ao
immuiodMiton train near Lagrange, Ky.,
ttitt tA tr tljy, both engine wr wreeaed
tiid tuvr Lr dokiroycd.
Tax hiue end ciusm work at Marble
be;i, IU.. were dostroyed by fir the other
night. Ioi, SVi.otiu.
Jacksum H HMiTn's big saw-mill acai
Tonauands, Fa, wit destroyed by firs
recently, reusing frali.isiO lus.
peoxTsxois combustion caused the de
struction of tbe Hydraulic Pre Coin
pan s works at alouut uiiead, o. ioei
Ax luternatlonal bskery exhibltiea ha
been oened at lrt4ea by tba King aud
QifQ of bttxouy.
'J wo f rcuih aeronauts have made aa
a Kttl, riV:hiug S htigbt of 2S.it) feet tb
ii'Kti.t eu7 re- ))Ml bra balloon.
FfcAM Br ham. tn Fvans and Thomas
Col him, throe yuucg iio, fttiy stnrUid
fr)ui 1 bicago iu a yacliL Two day 1 oiUw.
Uj x-it was fttund capsized with U
butly f hvtui pniauglfd 10 tn rigging.
It wa supposed t ptbor two were also
Tn it New York Jhra'd, of tbe Ifetit, puh
Paired stiy of uo Auujricau lishiug vo
c being lirui uu-ii by a Cunadiuu cruitxir
idQ nuiik with u loss ol riUeeu live m tbe
tiulf of ftt. Law run ce. There wa no con
arcjAtioa ut Unreport at Ottawa or Wal
4)sm thoiisiaad hot were destroyed by
a fir whicti 1 MvarfoU t'uLwi, ppposila Cou-
stantmiMile. dm 1 he 1Mb-
'1 jib ytjQt Lucille sunk between MatUe-
beau, Unit, aud j'rovidvucs, B, I, rowifit-
SJraia aa rrevtstnna.
tr umn, Ang. 19.
FrTTSf tMiet and nvy; XX. Ss.l.van '; Iwn
fir. Sx.Jas.ou, fancy. sads.V pawot, &.)
Wbat flitrhpri Ne. red. eash, SPe; Ae
gt, iste; BKptember, TusO'lei Uetouor, ft
On-Lowor; esK 1liKHo! Anmrt. ST40
Srptember, STATSot October. ml
Oats tntPt and rssteri eah. ftea
temtM-r, iMvvlHsi OrlotieT, a)t0.
F at nrca Batter, stnuly; eresmnry, S431M01
dslrn lrtfla Kno firm nt liSttl.
Phovisiok -Fork, Irnwilnr;! new, ItKflR.
Lard, SU. Dry ssltmeat. boxed: Fthoiihlers,
long elrmr. . IXUM IO; clear rlba. SM.Ioti
.hort rlear, SKKV llaeen, noiM: Bhnuldt'ra,
fnn.r.; kmg.elear, aH.7'tH i; slesr Ir.hs,
"744tfti: hort clsf .ao.sv liaoi.
Stesdy St lltOtKisttOU,
WntsKT Btesdy at SI 08.
CATri.a Htrsdvi fsir to ehotc heavy na
tive teurst 3.Sa4.S5i butchurs slcura, SH-J
Awarding th Bids Th President Favor
a Hu Praeetseo firm.
Wasoisotos, Aug. 1. The Kecretarv ol
the lvavy yesterday awarded the contract
for constructing th five now naval vessel
for which bd were opened recently.
Cruiser No. L the Newark, la awarded to
Cramp el Hons for fl,24S,UM, according to
tha department's plans for the hull and tha
contractors' plana for machinery; cruiser
No. 4 to Cramp at Boos, contractors' plana,
for l.uu.iui; cruiser Ma ft to tbe Union
Iron works, of Ban Francisco, department'
plans for hull and machinery, for tl.4.0 )U;
and gunboat No. H and 4 lo S. V. Fanner
Ir. at Co., of New York (KoaclrsaAiifneaa,
at S4M),u each. The bid of the Union iron
work of Han Francisco, was tbe subject of
correspondence between Secretary Whit
ney and the President, ibe bid 01 t rnmp
at Hon for cruiser No. 4 or ft was fMIO.uuu.
and that of tbe Union iron works was
for The Korratary left it to the
President to decide whether the bid of the
Union iron worka I a fair price for th
work. In response to tbe letter of the Hoc-
rttary tba Fresideut made tbe following
Exrrtrrnre manhiom. WAsnmcros. Aug.
1SW. Under tbe previsions of the act ot Con-jn-ets
author! tin; tb1 construction of the ships
ijcrpln rfrrrMi n. which act requtrrs that one
of said sbtps should b hunt oa the otisst of th
Paclfio ocean, or the waters connected there
with, unless tbe same can not be ihtre con
true led at a lair eot ; and the bid of the Union
iron works, of Baa Frandftco, being within
SUvOnO of the lowest tm (or tbe ship to be con
structed seeordinq te the ptan of tne Navy De
partment, which inn ot tiruvi) not more than
covers the difference against the Pacific coast
of the cost of necessary trantportatien of ma
lerlsis, and tbe bid by said eompuny not ap
ptfsitflK to be ta umi ot Ut tax cot ot said
shin, 1 do hereby, pursuant te said statute and
in aeeoraanc with th numiftn mtcnuon of
Oo tn tw premise, snthoriic and direct
the tb eontraet for Ui eonttruciiun of tbe
sh'p within nsmed to be built according to the
fllAaM-aaa IM AiMll AaeBSJ
said Union uo works, a
ti MOVER CUSVIaLAHD,
Patience Dootey, colored, died recently
at Kansas City, axed one hundred and
it-ui it? 1. A living son i eighty-four,
Tb Ht. Louis eMor4 sMirV3 enmpanfea
have been dnhanded.
Rev. J. C. Kiulzvcr, of Pt. LottK laulw
vent to Cincinnati and took the pastorate
of nt. Peter's Fvangllcal Church. Now
some one ip Minneapolis wtitea thM hehrts
served three year Is a German prison for
Mentor Smith, a ten-vear-old bor, U
ng near feulx-oc, has I teen aire .ted fv
shooting his father, bersou Hniith. H
says that h wa persuaded to do It by hi
sifter and a colored boy, and that hi
father did not treat him well.
John Bonner and Ou Kahrs, who bava
been proapec-Uijg for coal on land sixteen
miles south of Hedalla recently, struck a
sis-foot vein of cannel ooai. The supply Is
said to be almost tnahustiblef They r
In the emDlov of Peter Brandt, a prom)
nent Hedalia business man, who is Llghly
elated over the find.
Iws ijitch'ng of a freight train at Mis
souri City a fewdavs agv dflcyeil bust
ness a few hours. Th freight train lay
across the tracks and considerable time
was txesumed in removing It. The wreck
n ag cauM by a auisplaeed switch.
couple of tri""1 whft wre alep la Ob gf
. - . Ullw an at tt art aul
toe box -car were rnga.. . """"r
No one else was Injured.
Tbe oelebrated Klgin (III.) Military Band
has been engaged for tha first ten davs of
the Ht, Louts Exposition, beginning Wed
nesday, Hepteaibe 7, after which tiilroore's
favorites will be there giving two eoqeert
daily until tb close of the season.
Horns alarm Is felt in Larayette lest th
horse distemper now prevailing at Lexing
ton and vicinity should mak Inroads
furtlisr into th country, and means are
belqg diacusseat for checking ft befor il
assume unountrolalale pnporttoist
Albert Vinoent, who o heroically rked
bis Ills to sav that of Miss Mary A I ruff i
Kansas City on tb Fourth of July, and
who wa o teriously injured therelnr,
ftr living for a month, part of tbe time
at death's door, was recently seat to tbe
City hospital, where bis right leg, which
had mortified, was to b amputated.
Htrang to y tb young ldy has d'us
ootbiug to mitigat th sufferingi of her
Tbos. lfolen, who was found unconscious
In tb rear of Htudbakers earn ft sbvv
in Kansas City a few evenings sine, died
at the City hospital. Before his death he
stated that while in Murry's saloon. John
Kinney, tbe barteiis, (truck him In the
mouth with a bottle and afterward kjckeii
him In the stomach. McKsnney has bee
rretVt, barged with murdering Nolan.
Tbe body of jutiB racB w" OUDa
by bis wlf io a staUf In th ir of their
reldnc, in 8t. Louis a few days sgo.
ts supposed to P case of suicia. The
deceased was a OermaN, fifty-four years
old, and waa a shoemaker by occupation.
John Powd fell from tb fourth story of
tb new Mercantll Library building la
ht. u! a few days ago, and wa Instant
Hon. Wm. H. rtregory, who was tb nrst
mayor of Kansas Citv, having !tee etecs
d tu that offic la died a few days
aico. Ha w us tire of Kentucky,
Frank Blair, a boy about twelve years of
age, and son of a reitpectat'l widow lady
In Ht, Joseph, was att('ked by three iifwty
boys a fw even in ss sine, on of tbem
stabbing blm with small penkotf op
oosit tb left kidnv.
W. V. Mrrlll, general managr of th
Kausas City, 1st. Joseph at Couucll bluffs
railroad, has granted psroUtioa to tbe Vf,
C. T. V. of th Fourth Missouri Coegr
siobsl district to put boxes containing
ttuprsiu, htrature on smoking-cars on
bis road, this 1 us hit rsiiroad in tbe
L'uiWd Htts to grant tbia pviiiatl,n
Mr. Louis Hlawr and Mi kitvr 1iua
Mutt t Ttt united in nutrnagw In Ht. Joth
a few da.vs sign by itabht Hurtiwitt, of the
Jttwikb synagugu. Th two wure rnsd
lit Austria nineteen ynara ago hy thuir
sective f similes, wbsu th youiig lasy
as only flv years of age. A fw weeks
axo atr. Hlxer, w ho is a clotbiwr, nt
money for th youag lady to ouius aud
shar his hocus tn Auisrtc.
Alcxaudur Haudur, a butcher lo tba uv
ploy vf V'ility fir os., at ht Joseph, wsi
THE CHATS WORTH CALAMITY.
Co eds of tb 1tilr:t4 Employee the
Primary Caess of the Aeriiant
Cbatswobtm, IlL, Aug. 17. Diswibudicnoe
andobtusenes were primsry causes of tbe
slaughter at Davis' crossing on Thursday
morning. Had Section Foreman Cougbliu
obeyed tba spirit of tbe letter ut Instruc
tions ha received free; bis superior officer,
and bad Boms' of tbe men, one of tbem
Id particular, wbo saw lights on tbe
railroad track for an hour Wednesday
nivbt, exerted themselves to tb extent ol
a two mite nda ea a bnd car, the
catastrophe would never bava occurred.
These war tbe primary facts developed by
the coroner's jury, which for seven long
hour yesterday examined witness after
WifoesS la it endeavor to secure aome
light regarding the cause which led to th
disaster. Tha inquiry took pluce In tbe
public school building, and here the farmer
jury developed fact and elicited detail In
a tybs which would bava been creditable
to a Jury composed of experienced mem
bers sf tha1 bar. A largo number of wiU
nasse tesUtled. Peroral resident of
Piper City saw a tight burning on tbe
track toward Chats worth on the night of
tbe accident, but made no effort to investi
gate th cause. Home of them thought it
was the headlight of a locomotive. Joseph
Morris, 4' farmer, living baf a mils south
of tha culvert, swore tiat bs saw two or
three of the section men firing the grass
la close proximity to the bridge Just
befor sWk OA Wednesday. After
aarg, . j jaw a bias In that
direction Dig "Soougb to make him
think that a building wa cn lira. Tbift
testimony waa corroborated by another
farmer, ana is in contraiici,on to in testi
mony of Coughlin, which was to tba effect
in at mt flru had been lighted near tbe
bridge. Alter tba witnesses were dismissed
the Jury held a secret consultation,
1 S Sf -' - "
Emit Sehoenberg Alu-icU to llav KlbJ
His partner and Otimr of 300,000,
Fnii-AOCU'UiA, Aug. Jo. Tha niystgry
which bas bee thrown around the depart
ure from this city of Kuiti 8c 1 1011 berg, wbo
baa for some time past been supposed to be
a partner of John F. Bets, the millionaire
brewer, In some of his enterprises, is grad
ually fcaMitg elard up, and tb startling
taiement is mad that ha is a forger to a
large amount. It now trac spires that there
were many mora victim besides John p.
Bets and that H hoe n herd's mdebi eduess
will amount to about gjUf.UuQ. Yeur.gling,
of Mew Vork; iavid W. Stewart aud K.
if. poulterer are among tho victimizeq.
Hchocaberg was last seen in Cbioagu,
Bets is out about SoO.iu) nod liabi for l?u,
OaJ more; Belt's partner, N ester, Is out
SUl.uuu, Hie wart l3.uuu. Fuultcrer 7,uoO
and a aan,hr of other are out less
amount. To margin Oeiwosu icbvn-
brg asaeta and ths forguries Will bs
I And Vsioreifi
WssaiyoTox. Aug. 16. Tl.e (Secretary of
the Interior yestexdsy revoked the order
of wittitirawal of Indemnity lands for the
benefit ol the Atlantic at Facific Itailroad
Company, and is a long letter to tho Com
missioner of tbe Uoeral Lund OAK
directed that they be restored to settlement
under th Pr-mptlon and Hi-'niisua-l
laws. It is stated that between .ouo.Ouij
and axi.utu,uuu acres ar mvoivod la this
decision in th case of th Atlantic St Fa
pifie Company a ton. Th order also ap
plies to all of tha other railroad named 111
lb Hecretary's rules of May except tbe
HU Paul, Minneapolis at Manitoba, lb
Hastings A liakota, the L Paul & Fachi
tbit. Fsu At Bioux Ctty, tb Hioux Cuy
A-Ht. Ful and tha Winona t bl. Peter.
Toes are still under consideration, aad un
dipped, t8.15ftt.noi lambs,
HtMM stciuty ; chile heavy and butcher"
selections, tft.avgo.aj; puvkvrs end Yorkers,
enrcsno, Aug. i
Fttna tiiiPt and flrmi winter wliout, f ttlis
4V; Rpring wbet, H.JMti.l5; spring paten u
WHEAT-Steady; No. B spring, SDiiOv.HO !
No 1 sprinsr. Mc; No S red, tho. I
rR A shsdc k'wer; No 1 'to.
OAraHtflaoy; No. s, Kj&Aq.
FatioucB II utter, steady; creamery, tni
SV,c; dsiry, liuMx Kgs, llrmj fresh candled,
pBoviaior rork, sis no. Lard Hi w.
Short nb sides, loose, . Iiuxed mesta,
dry salted shoulders, tv 016. 70, bort lof
hlos. boxrd. fa a X
WHlnar Dittlllers' flnlnhefl (mods, SI m
Cattijs Ouiet and nominal; shipping steora.
IS 11(4 T5; stockers and feeders. II totiH 1
Bhkbp Stesdy; natives, IU MA4..0; w
crn. SSUkiM.io; lame ft 0036.00.
Hon SiroDx and hlsher; routfh and mixed.
S4.ti1aA.sSi pwoklugand stuppln-, t&.OU
Nsw Yon a. Aug. lit.
FtiOTf a Unehanaed ; common to irooU oxtra
wcfiltm ond stotc. i VrtS. rood to choice
western extra, l4UiS4.9J; oomiuon to choice
extra. St Louts. CI I.Vt4.HV
W 11 bat firm but rst her quiet : No. I Chlcntro,
T9c; nnrraded rrd, Tt-artc; No, 8 rt'd.7u,o(
No. S red, aiilHDic; Autfut, Hilo; Heptembor,
tt9-lS'4Mie; Oe'toher, HlS'tKlu; Novvuiber, tA
ffl'in; ieimber. H4H dK-
Comh Kiemly anu quiet; unpradco, vrni40
No. a 4ho; Hrptember, h4Uto: tklolR'H
)SitASo, November, BO4So,S0i Muy M"(J
Oat Lower and dull; nitxeu western,
SSu; white western, tie.
Prod ucs Mutter, quiet but arm: western, n
O'rtitc. Kitifi. steady, western, tlHtlGo.
P au visions Pork, in rooaerote uemsnoi
mess, 9i5.uuftIS.sn lor old: 915 5tJlln.t for new.
Cat meats, Itrm; pickled shoulders, oUAHo)
pickled hams. lilfcc; ffreen hsms. SStHo.
Lard, quiet; western steam spot, tew; eiij
ttiun. w e.
CATri.a A shade higher for tight natives and
good Ti'xas and Colorado do.; common to
prime sold at si.U0tA0.uu; sxtrs ana isnoy. b.uu
bhskp A trtn easier ror stieep ana t
lower lor lambs; sheep, S&ttfts.To; lamb
Buus Fairly firm for lire hogs at S ft.MQ9.r,
Kaitsas (TrrT. Aug. 15.
Tmvn-Quiet and steady; XX. 75e; XXX.
A.9uo family, St.ooai.no; ohoiea, i ai.oi
fane tl .vnil.wo; extra ranoy, si.oui(Ai.otoi
patent. ll.a.U; rye, 91 tt.a
WneT Nominal; No. 9 soft cash, Clo.
OtHH Weak and lower; No. 9 eatih, SSo;
Auirut. mic aked; September, hiu, 4S
skvd; the year, S5 bid, soe asked; May, UttJt
bid, i9hc a ited.
Oats No. i, Autrust Mc bid,
Hra No bids nor off' rings.
Paoocca Butter, firm; creamery, fanes;
sec; good, ltfc: flne dairy, isc: store
packed, ohoiea luMSo. Eegs, ttrm st lOo.
Provisioms Hams, l"Jei breakfimt bacon,
UHe; dried beef. Mo; mess pork, 91.V00; Horn
lard. 9tl mi clear lib sides, smoked, 9b 40:
Ions; clear, 6.90 shoulders, 98.00 ; short oluaa
OATTt.a atearty; enws, 9l.75iJS.50. butchers,
w.-x(x 4u; snippers, sa.Jro.s&.
6Har Unchan-red ; sales at f9.15H8.sa,
Hixjs Higher; packing and shipping, 9.00)
p H I LD R EfTs 1 8 HA P S.
A Child Killed by nt nrother-Boy
Drowned In a Tab A Terrible Burning
at a Hik,
Bii.r.w, HI., Aug. la News bo )us
reached here of a frightful accident that
happened at tbe residence of Kiloy Anglin,
two miloseast of this otty, at five o'clock
last evening, (tenulo, th tght-yaar-ola
son ot Mr. Ahglin, and a brother aliout ten
years, In the absence of their parents, got
out of tbe rack a shot (run and were inno
cently playing with it, wben by aome
means the load wa discharged- and, tha.
. i"utunu sU'Upk. th boy JJebnle in the
beau, killing him instantly Mr. Ahftlin
was here, wbeu tha accident happened, and
wbeu informed by a courier he completely
broke down. Coroner J. u. Lakin, of this
place, has Just left fur tba scans ot lha ac
cident to bold an inquest.
prows to in a tub.
Hai.em, 111., Aug. 16. Late yesterday
eve 11 in g a email boy two year old, a child
of Kiluy Pool, residing seven mile north of
here, was drowned in a tub of water. It
mother bad been washing and loft a tub of
water Oca? tba bouse, one went to
neighbors m abort distance oft for a fow
minutes. Wben she returned she found
the child dead in the water. It bavins fallen
into the tub bend foremost. Coronet; Lakia
held an Inquest W-itay and found the facia
as aoove s mica.
A LlTTLB COltPSB CREMATED.
PiTTTbiHOii, Pa, Aug. 1ft. The body of a
two-year-old cbild of John Man in sky,
laburer. living on Bprlna alley. a de
voured by flumes in its cofllo to-day while
waiting burial, in accordance with th
rites of the Homan Catholic Church a num
ber of candle wore burning about tha
coffin, wben one of several children who
wore in tha room accidentally upset one of
them. The lace In the coffin took fire, and
before tba flames could be extinguishe4
tha coma was la ashes, and tha pciaaias of
ths little on burned to a orlsp.
K totted Torn.
VmwjtA, Aug. 14 Th progress of Prlne)
Ferdinand inward the Bulgarian capital
greatly excites the Turkish Ministry. Ac
cording to dinpatcho received for tba last
two day, they have been In almost contin
uous session without arriving at any deli
alto conclusion as to a plan of action, so far
as can bo leu mod. This may be a "blind,"
however, as It la certain that the Porte haa
announced It Intention of occupying thil
garta if Ferdinand persists In carrying out
his intention of assuming the tbrono, and
the Porte having gone thus far It Is difficult
to believe the Turkish programme Is not
fully agreed upon and Indorsed by Russia.
The report from Hustcbuk that Prince Fer
dinand had concluded to forego hi Journey
and return home appear to hav been pro
mature, but It would surprise nobody to hear
of Its oonttrmation.
. a 1 ,
The eleventh annual demonstration of tha
United Irish Hocletto wa held at Ogdon
I rove, at Chicago, on tho 15th. About IU
UUO people were In attendance,
V? lift Talk.
MovTooMsnr, Ala., Aug. 17. Last Hatur.
day the (Vmd, a woekly paper publlshod
by Jesse Dukes, colored, published an arti
cle saying; "Kvory day or ao we read of
the lynching of aomo negro for outraging
some white woman. Why la It that white
women attract negro men now mora than
in former days) There was a lima when
such a thing was unheard of. There la a
iocret to this thing, and we great
ly sunpoet 1 hat it is the grow
ing Appreciation of the white Juliet for tha
colored Kmneo as ho becomes more and
Dioru Intelligent and re 11 nod. If something
s nut done to oroaK itn Lliose ivnchinirs il
will bo so thut aflcr a while they will
lynch cvn'-y colored man that looks it a
ayn.to wo in .m with a twinkle in his ere."
A New Attraction in Town
AND LOCATED IN THE STORE OP
J. C. Brown Mercantile Company.
Who is plfiasvJ to announce to tha people of thi town anJ
vicinity that in thit ttore a great
6c, 10c. and 25c. COUNTER
bas been placed, and invite all friends and customer to oall in and tee
lor tliemsclvoa if Uiey cannot fret bargaina in a general line ol
'otlco vf tho Adoption of
Local Option Law.
Now at this day comes W. E. IUngo,
Clerk ot the County Court, aud taket
to his aaalsluuce Judges Thoa. McOlu-
uia( painuei a. wuiimtii ana AUrao
(Jordan and lu the preseuce uf laul
J uilgea, cattt up tbe vous polled at Ike
various voliua; precincts lu aalu count)
ut the bpeclal Election held on Tues
day, August Vtu, 1H87, under the pro
visions or. ine iocai upiion M ana
nmlt from tali I'oll Jkwka that 177u
rotes were cast "t or thalSale of Intoxi-
cjitiug Liqaort," and 17 votes were
cast "Agaiust the bale ot Intoxicating
Liquors," aa stiuwn from the oertitleu
returns made by the Judge), and Clerks
of the lonowiug election precincts.
VOTING l'liECt.Nt,T8. J $
Hlcumoud 472 OtM
llailard 4tf 4H
Henrietta 80 43
Camden 1B1 177
Orrick lis 82"
Elkhorn. wa 65
Vibbard 115 66
Lawson uri IH"
l.iabonville. 14 83
Knoxville 153 18K
Georgevilie 47 4a
Tinueya l'oint 2U 01
KiiKsellvllle bu 43
Mlllville b7 40
Morton 07 M
Hardin, 131 llu
Total 1770 1U7T
And It spponrlng to the satisfaction
of the court from said returnr, that a
majority of the votea cast at said elec
tion were against the sale of Intoxicat
ing Liquors. It is thereupon ordered
that the rt snlt of said election be pub
lished once a week for four consecutive
weeks lu tha Ulchmond Democrat
and the KichmoDd Conservator, they
being tbe same newtpapera lu which
the order ot said election was pub
A true copy from the records ot tbe
Witness my band as Clerk and the
) beat of said Court hereto
SEAL I alllxed at office In Hick-
) niond. Mo., this 11th day of
august, a. u. iso.
W. E. KlNGO, County Clerk.
Cloth ft Cold Binding
notions of all kinds,
And a General Line of House Furnishing Goods,
All For 5c. 10c. and 25c.
Below you will find a price lint of a few of the bargains these counter!
ooniain, ana u you will observe tbem closely you will certainly
buy, as the goods are all first class in every particular.
The 5c. Counter Contain! at Five Cents Each,
Large ment fork w
lArge basting spoon
1 ISet of spoons
(Ine quart tin cup
One pint measure
One pair ladles' scissors
And hundreds of greater Bargains In NoUods, etc, eta, for Ftye cents each.
The 10a Counter Contains
JtO I jtrge ringed pot covers worth. U
.10 Steel knives and forks " ,10
.16 Irge milk pans " .19
.10 Deep pudding pant " SO
.80 Wash basins. " ,1ft
.10 Large heavy sot, lets " .10
.19 Lare glass dishes " .15
.) Large wooden spoon " .15
Good hair brush. worth .85
Uood clothes (xiitti " Xo
Good shoe blacking brush... M Jtb
Mood Mmh brush. ,f5
20 Styles of glass dishes " " .se
six ijuart open bur-kela " S
run sue outcner knives..... " .40
Two pint tea pot " .25
Klght qnart milk can worth .85
1'aient Hour sifter
Two quart coHee pots " .20
Two quart covered buckets.. " .20
llualieuand hammers " .so
gal. kerosene or coal oil can " .80
1 en quart dith pan ,a6
And hundreds of other articles, just aa great bargaina. for Ten oenta.
The 25i. Counter Coutains
Hundreds of very nsefnl articles and shows great bsrirnlna. To alve voa a
-" wigiiu. wvuiu ue uext to au
Impossibility, aa tha Hue la so large.
Call and see Them at
J. C. Brown Mercantile Cos
Great Dry Goods, Clothing and
Richmond, - - ZMIissouri
Jk.t 1". Xj. SHAW'S
Best Hook and
Turrit hand made
Team Harness re
Big Stock of
Goods always on
hand, and for tale
Your trade is wanted. Call on me.
T. L,. .! Il
tirr or nuxcnuL no. cvrm n
Jwitsj( ConjortifTfi, luilajnmatloma.-
ibj " '.i w i var v arm . ulic. .
1-oUr, or TMithin of InfaaU,
V or in i
piirild, lifbltiaiiia FaMaeli
i" ill'"., i
It, Bp4'ais. ll.lujua hu-uiacli
rrstpo or 'iniui sAriOstsl'
It hr inn at la in, Kbnuuitlo Pain,
nil lihrtim, Eryaiplu, Lrn p'
rrmui, Douatti, 1
nil Ithrtim, Kryaiplu, Lrn p' i'mi .1-1
hriinixlain. Kht.nin.tln P.m. 4
t ver tod Ame. 'hlUa. Uaiavisv A(l
ltlf. Blind at Illesjdir , .50
I atarrh, Inl1u-n, t:,M in tha Ifa4 .AO
Wbooptna uuslh. Violent Confhs.. .ftfj
klJnfV Illaiaas ft ft
-2HlrrvoUB jlrbllltr l-OO
i rinary lirtNnrM, wcttitu Bm... .AO
TH InIn an4 (Ks lattasv fwrriar art
rats) Ml an una mntMsv iuf ua
.k lu dtfuu Iht Biprtts f ili'if i
,.-(. itle Jsirw. H-aaff
"wa (a ii
awl aa ll.
Bnitwi. uww nJ rfmcfM fthftM. AUnorHinfr.
t1 JAMU 1MKANS ti bllOK or UA JAMH
HIKANH S:l hit OK, rrirdin)(iooof wAt. fmtVy
fi'-n yeuuUM uukM eur aump tpMi (0101 cm um MjiM,
WtB not wiir io toof u tte
Bmim tt It Birl fhr Wfn whnm wtrpattrmt ar mrh
kail il.i rn V ml! 1f a tisMT Btirt xn'r dir iv sii' than
il' J A M KM 3 NIHIK, Onr t fir.' haj
t!i!liif-j f r itn If a im manent npntatlon for emuftirt
and duratiiltly atirh at no uthtr ahoe ha vrknnm in iha
htor of ll trade. No cur! pt-titan an abto lo aprrcfe
tt. lha Jamea Mrajia 9i Hho t llcht and styllth,
and H ii a ituratilti aa any Jk of It welfftit m-r rnana
ftrtnrvd. Wa confl'it-nily aiart tBt tn trrry vital n
l ct tha Jamri Mcani 94 "thuc ti nil tn (ha
liand-K wid tluH'i whicti hav hlilicrto rn rrtalkd at
(0 or $7 It hat a Mongol i aiskia calf vamp.
Il hat a ptrfreflt' ii-lli tAU,m tatida. Il AH hkt- a
I'.rk im, at.d rwqutra no ''bramkiiaC la,1 bcUst
iHrti-rtly tfty t). first lliua It ta worn.
Jimfi M'i iM Mkm-s wera th nt hi thi
N -unify tf ttjtatf i ! Ir ailvtrHat-d If you tiava asxaj
tVaaiiixiluif d In uUnr Wrti"t shots, yur aitlfnea
rnlit lo lih you ttial It u aaftr lu buy thorn maila hy
t'.f l'adrra cf a ijttnu, rUir than thiaa oude by thi
fntlnwrra. 1'ln'H iSiH araj sM by th tral rta!ltrj
. th.miiL'hi.nt tha ftnlrd acalea. and wa will nlarm Ihttaa.
UlMnf tUotl easily witlila your rrarh. la auj MlaU flff TaitlUiiy. If rtssl
''' J."':""1"1 'U asid ua a pwatal cad.
svwa James Means Sl Co.
" ' I jt a as. a . aai
ai hiriwwui iat avaiun, mMii
Solo Agents For
Pri, Aue tiL A niKuirMto wrtttoo In
belt ull ot VrnuM VitWr Uwtini'wrte, iiy
.'lumeul Ue lioy wu rviwl at all lliu lioi av
purtaj lintuel wUub fxk ptrx't ywUir
iy. It aeii luitli tUut nm-tt Vnur lu
kiiiiU in futurtjto bu tba auM viilot ot ftll
Ibe inipwriavliat coinuiltUxj Hi Fnwiots mutl
dMiiibuu: -iiy orJurol friuu Victor to
couni(joiciat with tba coLBmttuua tu mri
ad tti (iL-piirtiuuui unaut jrnonitl tit
rucUuu, wa bull vbijv the vwtict-'uti'sv
Uod occtitwry U ut)cJi. 'lint 11 icy of
f rinc-j Vw-tor i detUutl w ruui U.v em
rtre," . - . .
k) wanted -Ll
?nitirt twriera (or mir nIbtlle NnrTy HWrk.
liiMNl auiary tuiU kiwiiMra ui ( oUiiuiaalon. Fcr
iiiHiiciit -iiiiiYuiut guu-suiawii Adtuew mt
OUC, atll'ni Mt(e,
ri& 0.11. A HOWLAND, Nurtf rymen .
a0-2m tuui, Mo.
C. T. GARNER, Jr.,
H living rhrv nf th wll known lo. N. Mo
fits AI)1ih('4 uf t lie Itecortla uf Hay iMiuntv. i
Kri';irft to funilab corrwit Alitrwta l lltlt
i all I tiiiU in thu muoiy. pitHiiutly ann (or rfa
iiablti tburiffa, auui )n;i4trt? a.11 kind ol tNHtia
Hiul tnvny.uiixft: ajao iutiui aiuuey avt low rmim
ur Ht K with 0. T Garner Uua, ou UaIq ,
In Uukv UVtcm. ii
I want to kur all Ilia inarkKUIils vraul
Kay county, and will ay tlie very
lug-lust markut rlu la uxti fur Hie
wuu. Itriug la Juur wool tud yut Uit
C4.U (of 11,
Offlcs atths Wkmod House, Uicb
Tbe Wood light steel wheel binder is
the grandest achievement of tbe age.
Sl-tt I'owell A Boms.
OEDEE OF PUBLICATION.
ax a tic or mtfiouui, i
ton ui y oi Hav. I" Id tha Circuit
Court, JmitjTtJMU, 1IW7,
In I lie KaY ( troult Ct art. ftaJurdsiv. Juna nth.
jiiua itiriu, ion.
huwtu VarrlB, Plain li,
Joavpti A. Fstrrlf, daUn(Utt.
Now r.t till day ootum th. pUlntlff htr.)n by
hur ntUrin and U -riiiu to tlit natlalswlko
of il.o oiMirt ttmt tlM Kttid duff utiant, la doi,
rpaltlt'iit ol the MUte ot aJlaaourl aiid oauinut bm
u mi non fd in mi art urn.
VMieic iiimii. t la uroVrMl ttf mm Hirt. thai
ttitkl di'Utiilnt tm notifttsl bv putillfatlon that
fueiiiiiiii ua comiurju-ru auu avttiuai Dim id
hla court ittfohiri'i auid imifDal nature uf wtil.-h
U to oirUiu ItniVKif ill aiiddvrof tiila court
dlVOrclllal Uttf UisUlllilt trOlli ttin bOlldji M main.
ir.ony btfri-lorore ruotrwtrd with tlf delamdant
on the xroniida tlioit ttin aa'd drlfiirJstril ai holly
diartrttutilihjf hla duties hk thi huahand ol plain
tiff HftMiiitt. il, klrm lt. ue at and ahuwd and mhf-
itj- iinstrt rtifti i nt) pminiir m lorriinar Dr ma
dtlion itiiok ruhlt- itint Uiat uulta linn aJd tleitn.l.
(Wit, Jofph A- rrr.a. t and ftpitfar it ttita
t'ourt, at ii.d rifil tt-nn tiirtrit, tu he imuii nnd
liul'lfii MMtiotourt lloi:e in the cliv ol n
iitoi.d. In asit-1 oouiity, on thr Vnl dy oMrth.r
next, !id oa it lH)iHt) Hit- ililli day ol Mid tunu,
ll iu H'lUl wiiii sni ivt.w wm;iinr-l,i )l uA,
on r Imiorw Hi lat uy ot auid tTiu-uiHAt-r
or l'idd to tho pntuti.u In an Id clm
tl.n saii-o lt' tkt-n a C4.tiftacd, fca4 udj(
; iuoi)l 1U lm mul'-ri d sv.xiidiii)i-
And it i furttmr urd:n-d, U.iaeopy heroot
lw j.ui.iuUtd hx-tHii'dti.: lo :av iu thit hu hmonij
liku-n ..Ai a ltcwaiti.'ar UrtnU-d and i,iiili.iHH
a. . ofdiuij lo iitw Ui Itidiusutid, lUy oouulr , Mta.
MiMI 1 1
JO! II It, UlikBN. C Irrtitt rttnr
Wlliioa-t i.y tiiuid, and thn arsvl oi lha
t irctiii i un ui ny coumy, ikjj
OityUf A' ik u.t, A. 1) , I
932 MAIN STREET,
AS CITY, m.
Manufacturing Retailers of
f iislig Goods,
MS ai CAPS.
We have the finest and
cheapest stock of
In Kansas City,
tu AIM HW. ''-