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KKIOAV. OCTOHKR !7.1887.
Tim state supreme court has not jet
reachrd tlm loritl option Cirs.
Tmrhr iwnii to be twodlTtslons of
the KnlRhti of Ijibor. One iipporU
Mr. I'owderly, ths rand mastr. The
other li agslnsl him.
Ani.i mfnt will le made before the
United States Supreme coure to-day
M to whether that court will Interfere
la the matter of the condemned an
archist of Chicago.
tSoMK cowardly skunk wrote us an
anonymous letter this week, threaten
ln what he would do If we did Dot
quit abusln lieo. Tripg. That li the
style lDikln rowarde al ways adopt.
Tiik new lauruHd law, known at the
."Swamp Angel," la now In fori, and
If It's terms are strictly complied with
no railroad point In Missouri can be
discriminated against. It is made the
duty of the Railroad Commissioners
to lee that It la enforced.
The question of the constitutional!
ty of all prohibition legislation Is be
fore the Supreme court of the t'nlted
States. The case went up from Kan-
aas and has already been argued, the
court now holding it under advise
menu Other cases from Georgia and
Iowa have not yet been reached.
On Sunday morning last John Ma-
thlas, an engineer, on the Wabash
whose home was at Moberly, was kill
ed by his engine running Into a wash
out Just west of Missouri City. The
danger was discovered in time to save
the train, but Malhiaa stuck to bis post
and went down with his engine, and
was thereby crushed to death.
The dissatisfied element in the re
cent general session of the Kuights of
Labor held at Mmneopollis, are out In
circular, prefenng charges of lrregu
Urlties against the general executive
board, and demanding a re organiza
tion. The extent of tins dissatisfac
tion seems to be unknown but. It Is
enough to create uneasiness In the
order, and may cause a division.
The Kansas City Times urges the
name of Judge Thomas A. Sherwood
of Missouri, for the vacant position on
the United States Supreme bench. madt
vacant by the death of Judge Wood.
It ability, learning and experience be
ft recommendation Judge Sherwood
possesses all these in an eminent de
gree, and If s united move was made
by our whole state, doubtless the ap
pointment could be secured.
The I'ost-Disnatob sent a telegram
nut to the rural editors genei ally last
week, asking who each one favored
for governor. The responses show
that the little "billet doux" sent out
by Mayor Frances inviting the coun
try press to attend Cleveland's recep
tion worked finely as be lead in the
race, but the solid manner In which
the friends of Dockery answered show
that be la the favorite.
Col. Fred Grant, who by virtue of
being the bod of his father, has been
Dominated by the Republicans of New
York for Secretary of state. In a re
cent speech stated that he did not car
ry a Cyclopedia under his arm, and
might have added that he carried very
little braiusin bis bead, lie also sta
ted that he was in favor of temperance
and the sugar beet industry, and here
his oratorical powers ceased and he
With a Venfletnc.
Senator Frye of Maine has a plan of
Disown for getting rid of the surplus
revenue, and be would carry it out
with a vengeance.
Senator Frye belongs to some sort of
a high protective tariff club or other,
and the other night its membership j
gathered to bear a speech from bim on
the snrplus revenue quentiuu.
Senator Frye is a typhical Blue
Nose, who believes that the general
government should do everything in
the way of letting itself be robbed, lie
deals in millions as if they might be as
easily found as leaves Id June. A sur
plus of $100,000,000 a year piled up in
the treasury a $ l uj.CrjQ.ooo more than
is needed to carry on the government
is a mere bagatelle. It need not be
hoarded. It is only necessary to collect
it and spend it judiciously in order to
make the whole countiy rich and pros
perous. Be would spend 90,0Xi,uX) annually
on public education; 8-0,OOU,000 on
steamship subsidies; 05,000,000 each
year until a Bbip canal was dug across
Nicaragua, 2o,ooO,OJO annually upon
forts, ships, and cannon for coast de
fenses; and the other $3u,ooo,ooo be
would pay out annually to pensions. If
these expenditures were not sufficient
to hold the reveuue level, be would
double upon the pension list L'udei
no possible cticuuistaooes would he
allow the tariff to be touched, or revis
ed, or cut down, or lesseued in any
manner. The day had come when the
United States could not be true to their
destiny uuleas they spent money and
spent it lavishly. They should have a
navy to begin with in every way equal
to England's and no rest should be ta
ken by the real friend of the soldier
until every man who fought for bis
country, no matter whether Injured or
not, was generuusly provided for out
of the public funds.
l'retty good scheme, is it not, this
scheme of beuator Foe's to dispose oi
the treasury loot, made to accumulate
from year to year by means of the
nefarious villainies of republican
lilaiue also tad a scheme for the
distribution of the surplus revenues of
the country. It was perhsps not quite
so original as Fo e's, but it was a loug
ways more of the swallowlug up or
weeping order, lvalue's proposition
was to divide the annual surplus
among all the states according to pop
ulation. Sot according to the amount
of Internal revenve collected from each
taU, but according to the number of
lnhabiunU. It was a nice little robber
arrange ui en t, especially for Maine,
wboae share would have been several
hundred thousand (Uillais u.oio than
he could ever have paid in; but ttieu
Maine's slateruansbip has alw)s been
ot the giabbmg and looliug older.
K. C Times.
Thus far ims )nr has been the sec
ond greateat year for railroad building
that the country baa ever seen, bine
tii tirst of Jauuary.t"! miles of track
have been laid, in lt during thecor
reapouding nine b.obl miles were laid
The Ibird greatest year was m!. wbnr.
up to October 1,10 nuks track bad
Tbeeleetloo of a district sturny
aeetns tobeabigtier iabuein New ork
ciU tbau Ui cuducy of Hill or the
formauuu of naif a do&en new parUe.
7 bars art nor UoeQmn to t trL
Full and complete Line of Ladies, Misses andChildrens CLOAKS, embracing every variety of Long
and Short Wraps in Styles and Prices to suit the Times. The Dry Goods Department is Full and Complete
consisting of staple and fancy Drv Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, Hosiery and Cloves. Also a Complete
Line of Saxony. Cerman. Knitting- Ccrmantown, Spanish Yarns and Zephyrs. A large and well selected
stock of Mens and Boys Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Ladies and Cents Furnishincr Coods in all
Stylesand Varieties, AYoalsokt't-pa vtIl selected stock of (jkockkiks at prices that defy competition. Come
and see us and we will do you good. Very licspect fully,
S. E. CRISPIN & CO., Richmond, Missouri.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gloaned by Telesn-ph and Mall
MtnONAL AXD POLITICAL
H. A. Muktoovkiit, prudent of tb
Raring Aisoclstion t Mem phi, Teun., fed
dead od the una. while id ue an or wel
coming the member ol iho Watorwavt con
vention, then in eeftloD, to the race meet
Cuiitr J i stick Ltiri. VAi.aiior, of
MtmUiUa, ei -Speaker ot the Canadian l'r
Imment, died at Winnipeg recently, aged
Tbb death la announced of J ale t
IjOHnep, Count rVr.lirmn.1 le lsep'
brother, and of Baroo l-'trra, the well
known financier. Also Of EJnior.il Teiier,
the French Journalist and author.
It la reported that political coaiblnationt
have been effected m Mexico to render the
re-election of Preaident Dia aimot a
certainty, and that bit cabinet will remain
Accormnu to the latest report from A I
ghamaTaD. Ayoub K ban d-d not perish to
tbe decrt, but was organizing a b-g re
volt bHTT.VT Civensi-U ibe playwright, now
In a New York insane asylum, la reported
rapidly recovering bit reason.
Js a conference of committees represent
ing Tammany H ail and the County lemor
racy at New York, a union ticket was
agreed on, the offices being divided between
the two organizations.
At Washington on the 21 t, before the
counsel of the Chicago Anarchists could
open the rase, Justice Harlan ud he bad
decided to have it come before the Supreme
Court In open session, and as the matter
was eitreinelr Important aad urgent, it
could come before the full bench at any
moment. Later the case Wsta brought be
fore tbe full court.
The Emperor of Germany has returned
to Berlin id good health frvm Baden Baden.
A tin i Ha i- J Ai'RHtiBtftKT, a member ot the
French Senate and ex-minister, died re
cently in Parts.
TBI President and party returned to
Washington on tbe jd from their tnp to
the West and fck-uth. Mrs- Cleveland
especially expressed herse.f as gratified at
the many tokens of regard from the pexpe
of which she had been tbe recipient.
Tb great statue of Abraham Lincoln at
the entrance to Lincoln Park. Chicago, was
unveiled on tbe Leonard Bwett, a
prominent lawyer and old friend of the
dead President! delivered the oration.
Tbb Republican National Committee has
been called to meet In Washington, lecenv
ber s, to fix the date and piace of the next
He publican National convention.
Tbb malcontents in the Knights ox Ubor
faave issued an address accusing Powderly
and his immediate supporters of tr.aby
abuse of power and crooked traosacUons.
Reorganization was called for.
Hoji.1v B W AsBBT ftsx, ex Minister to
France, died at tbe residence of bis ana in
Chicago on the tf auddeuly from brain
Waldbm ab AnoLPB Tbistbd, tbe Danish
poet and novelist, la dead.
i hi Peruvian congress nas reiuseo to
ratify tbe proposed contract for settlement
of tbe national debt, by which the English
bondholders were to receive certain valu
able concessions in lieu of bonds. Messrs.
W. R and M- P. Grace, of New York, were
heavily Interested in the concession.
Gksemjvi. Waddt TBUMesoxdifd at his
home in Lamonte, Mo., on the J4tb. after
an illness of two weeks, of Britrbt's disease.
Tai Canadian Department of Justice has
made formal application to tbe American
t or em meat for tne extradition of J. 11.
Herra, who was arrested a few days ago in
Hacrinaw City, Mich. Herrs la wanted at
Gait fur forgery last June.
K'jfctKT Gaiikctt, ex-president of the
Baltimore at Ohio, arnvea at Milwaukee,
Wis., od the iMio, quite sick. It was as
serted that bis mind was seriously af
Vhpaid miners m tbe S isconsin iron re
gion have attached en mines lor their
wafres. not having received anv money for
months and being refused credit.
Eioht vigilantes were killed recently by
the Traioor gatg of outlaws in the Cmek
Nation. Tbe lawlessness existing m that
district la aaid to be terrible. Many
desperadoes have been shot by tbe vigi
lantes, wbo are uuder the leadership ol
Robert Henderson, a KcoUb half-breed.
Tub boiler of a portable sawmill at West
Brownsville, Pa, exploded recently with
terrific force. Two brothers, John and
William Keliey, were instantly killed and
a man named Adrien was missing. The
mills were a total wreck.
Uoveksuh Chi hc b In bis annual report
estimates uie population of Dakota at
477, an increase of ert-UOJ during tbe year.
The assessment of prowrty is II ., o4.,it5.
an increase of nearly Bj5.oiju (juu, while the
bonded indebtedness is t 9Ml
AM Irish landlords' committee at a meet
ing on the 21 si decided In favor of a coufer
ence witti delegate of tbe tenants.
BcsiSESs failures Dun's report ) for the
seven days ended October 'i numbered for
the United Btates 172; Canada, a total
of tf'l. compared witb tffgtbe previous week
and IV tbe corresponding week of last
Tub Alpha Oil Company, of Detroit,
Mich., a concern capita; i ted at Sf..uuu.uo,
and ope rating In Michigan and Canada, is
Bi iT has been begun lo the United States
Court at New ork in bebsif of tbe I uited
Btatea against tbe trustee of Trinity
Church for importing under a contract to
preach Key. K Walpols Warren, the Kug-
Tub lex as Bute Fair at Dallas was
opened on tbe Uuih by Governor Uoasin tbe
presence or sAmuu people.
Tbb lord mayor of London has called a
meetiug to consider means to aid the en
employed workmen In that citv.
1 mm Cleveland Biooe Company's foundry
and planing mill at Berea, O., were de-
atroyed bv Ore recently. Leas, SdO.uuu.
Tbb Western Pennsylvania coal mine
owners have decided not to give their men
an advance in wages, as conditionally
agreed upon last May. A strike was likely.
Da Nohvis GkeifW, president ot tbt
Western Union Telegraph (.Company, aays
it is Intended to make a uniform rate of
; twenty-five cent for ten-word mesaages
from any point to any other point ia the
same Biate in all of tbe Territories east of
tbe Mississippi river.
1 a quarrel the other morning at Magno
lia, Ark-, between Hev. E M. Williams and
Thomas Decker, the former was fataily
stabbed. Decker tied, but was captured
Thi tugboat Uawley was sunk fn North
river, New York, the other evening by a
ferryboat- 1 be crew was rescued. A pamo
usucd on the ferryboat, but otily one man
A OALB prevailed off the Atlantic coast
oo tbe SiL beveral vessels were reported
As extensive fire raged In HL Louis on
Ute id. cummencing in the Woolman-Todd
wooieeaie ahie store, 41k Waahiogion
alreu Tlie adjoining buildings were
burned out, causing a loss ol over aWJ.UUU
Dimamitb which was being dried at a
Are, eipludM th other day at Leitcber, I.
b., killing S Buaa naiued Mi Ken tie, and
pad ly injuriitg a cau named McCormlck.
la oisn tvava laborwra oo Uia Cape Bretou
1 ub convent iea of the American Hhip
ping and Induauial League met at Boston
f U t Wvn- V, B, ppPyt, oj Xr
chusetts, was chosen president. Henator
Frye, of Maine, favored using the s-irplus
for merchant ships to be built and ruu
tinder the ArneriCHn flug.
Ivthe storm on La It Michigan on the
tM, the schoonert Ooortre M. liermau and
Aiva Brandish were wrecked. TIio crew
of the Hhrrman escaped and tho crew if
tbe Brandish was thought to be waiincrmu
artund in the woods. Tbe Lawrence was
also thought to be lost.
Otof the absconding directors of the
IiCipsic bank has bee arrested ut MulU
Two Pullman cars were wrecked and an
engineer fataily hurt at Llnbokcn, 5. J.,
recently, the air brake ou an express fail
ing to work.
Tub steim lan orb Mary exmrwicii her
boners at New York rwi-ently, killing two
brothers named Cunn:ngbam. The ivnT
was badly hurt ana many persons hud
15TKI.I.IGINCB tiBs ben received of the
destruction by Are of Kittuun, a town of
Bokhara. Ccntnvi A a Half tho inhubil
ants perished in the flames.
An oven for japanning ripUnl'M at H.s-
ston A Hons' works at Bristol. Conn., on
the iM. killing tare boys and wounding
Ci earing boue returns for week ended
October J showed an average increase of
S 9 compared with the corresponding week
of last year. In New York the increase
was l a
A oirl was fatally Injured recent I v at
Ixutsville. Ky., while playing with a bomb
which exploded. Tbe imue hm sup
posed to bave been left by some Poles or
Bohemians woo formerly occupied the
Trb Massachusetts Bupreme Court has
decided that hotel ruests are not legally
negligent In fa; hug to bolt their doors un
less regulations requiring such bolting are
brought to their a -tice.
CtBoTs from the range of the Artec
Cattle lorn pun v. fifty miles south of 11"!
brooa. Ariz., report troubles with roving
bands of the White Mountain Apache ln-
d.an. who are eteawiiig stock and driving
their piunaer into tne reservation.
Yai.i men take kindly to Bob Cook's sug
gestion that tbe Tula crew go to Kugland
next year to compete with tbe English uni
versity crew Hev en of the last year's
eight are atih in the college, and in excel
Rood& Mazwbiu of Washburn, Wis.,
the heaviest lumbermen doing business cn
the bay. bave bee closed out by the sheriff
on an attachment issued by tho Third Na
tional Bank of HL Paul to secure an ad
vance of fJU5,uuu. Otner liabilities not
A Tampa (F.a) sp-xisl reported twentv-
three new cases of fever and twodeuths on
tbe 24tb. Ibe weather at Tampa was
warmer and more unfavorable and the
fever wat spreading n the better part of
the city and itssubjrfes.
Thi Waiker coal pit at Newcastle. Eng.,
waa reported on hro on the U4th. Three
miners bad been rescued terribly burned,
five had been taken out dead and the
twenty-two remaining is tbe mine were sun-
posed to be dead.
DiSAsTaors storms prevailed on the lakes
during the JAl ai d 4ih. Keveral vuss!a
were reported ashore and a number of per
sons drowned. It was f wired the casual
ties would be found quite large when de
tails came in.
Tbe other mom if g a battcrr of six steam
boilers in the Lawrence iron works at
Trenton, O., exploded, killing Thnniasa'id
M ae Dwyer. brutbera. Thomas Davis and
Peter Ciay and wounding twenty others.
Tbb Kankakee (lud ) marsh lands have
been swept over by fire. Much property
waa destroyed, the burnt district being
nine miles square.
Tbe schedule of Horace Webster & Co-
wholesale liquor dealers of New York, Chi
cago and Ptiilade:ptiiav show liabilities
fTi TT!. The probable value of the ussets.
arcoramg 10 lue assignee, are abut jrJ-AJ,
Thi New York Court of AiiH'ai decldca
ad veraely to the Hi-ory George party on
the appeal tn th mandamus suit to compel
the New York pome board to appoint a
representative of that party as the firth
member of the various boards of inspeviurs
Tbb Presideat oe the tt-Vh issued his
thanksgiving proclamation fur Thursday,
FlVB bundrsvl cases of typhoid fever
were reported in Cincinnati on the illU.
Tbb Postmaster General has been en
gaged in the preparation of a circular,
which ia designed to release the bus.n-ts
community from the trouble resulting from
the rigid eiifiTcenieal of the law concern
ing auverusemen'B which niay oe piacud
'jpon wrappers of thud aiid fourth class
matter without rend or. og it iiablo to nrt
Tin regular meetings of the tutu net
were returned on tbe i&ih, all the members
being present except Secretaries Wiiiiney
and Lamar, who were not in Washington.
Tbe annual reports and the President's
message to Co tigress were the principal
Sibieets of coBdrauon.
lai French ateamer Liindostati, Captain
Lot, which arrived at Marseilles recently
from New York, lok flre and was entirely
hurried. Kbe had tons of merchaLdiss
aboard, all of wbK'h was destroyed.
The suit of ame of the holders of the
conshdaied mortgage bonds of tbe Kan am
Pacific railroad aga uat Jay Gould and Bus-
sea hage has be-n discontinued.
Am area of about twenty five acres caved
In at the Green Kid go colliery, near Kcrun
ton. Pa, the other o gut, owing to thu rob
bing of coal pillar. Throe veins of coal
were choked up and will probably b
abandoned. Tbe men In the works
Were warned just in time to escape.
ISteps have been taken bv the coal min
ers' assembly of the Roigttisot Labor for
a consolidation of that organixatioa and the
NeoaoES wbo had been holding a ban
quet near Newbury, ei. C, the other night
attacked two poaceuibn and a fierce Mgiit
ensued. One ot the officers was badly
beaten and a Begro killed and others
Lisa Wkdeb, well known aa a burlesque
actress, formerly with the l.ydia lliouip-
son troupe, died at Buffalo, N.
Wakvkr MitLrn's oow pulp and paper
mill at CormUi, N. Y-, fell ruceutly. 1 he
walls of the building were finished and the
interior of the at rueture waa being com
pleted, John Maliory was killed aud three
other persons wiwuse nam were unkuown
were buried under the debris.
It waa reported at Lareuu, Tex., recently
that a wealthy otd ranchman had beeu car
ried off by buuutu in Kuciual County and
kept under a strung guard near the Hie
Chmleh has broken out in the steam
Shi Britauma, winch baa fur some. tim
beeu UeUiuod at timer ouajantiue at Nov
Tae PrMlrtent AMlata TliunHtay, Hoyaaaw
Iwr B4, aa a Uf of 1 banhstfivl"B'
W Asm sotos, Oct. iM The following
proclainaliOD waa isued late yesterday
Biter noon :
Tu Koodneat and tae mercy of God, wiilrh
has foiluacd Ui Aasuruan dunna all ids
Amy ut tits pat yar, claiui their graU-f'il
rrroKiutioa and bumbls atkiiowletljjnjeijt. Jtjr
fiis tftit ii pate ut power He protected us 'laui
aar and beauleuue ai.il from every nudonal
Calamity; bj His fSbi-iou lanor too earni iiu
yielded a K-nroua leiuta Ut ttie labor ot tit
osUaiUjuaa, aag ftsri eeia el Uoacil toll bss
led tn comfort and roplcniiren'
kimli.'. tint h iri f! D'ir
M'lfntifil ith fra'eru n -ci l
nr.. I l'ltrt
otic endeavor; ati.l d
nrliau' lou dirccttd ta the ay ol national
Tu t'' rul h. w c n.;i.v. ith one arrord. ts
tifv our (ffLilit'iiie fi.r ml th-e l'- --.r -js. I
tinner ( .i lei.iinl. 1'n -M nt of t!.t ItiMul
Si at e". do n iv C"U-itl hul -''t !' iM
Thnrxlav. the ti tit I.Hirih ti n- i t N-.v h.Iht
n xt, nav of thuti u. uiiii prajer. to t-e
OlvTf'il l.y n! Oil . Ol l!,f 1 Jl.-l. till that
dny let all secular ..: and cn.i.'nyti.- nt l
ml ritlf-i,! ami lt'i our jkii;c isfeini'.o in I heir
acciiKti'Dieil pUnciof iti p at.xl w.'h prrurr
and nin;s of iruiM- cm- t Intuks lit o'ir II' rn cniy
Father for all Unit Me h;i 'Inin- for us. wiiik-
humrilv miinn' 1 lie Irnvh t-iic'. our hm anil
intlnuniicc of llio i: r. v. l.t t LiNiiIien nrltl
krinli-ru In' reiu.ii.-.L .n ll. it l..y uinl l-'t t). .r
heari. Iiili ! wilh kiinl v en. r ;:T--eti..iite
r iinuM't-nc", nt lun.i''! in tl.a'.kf'.in"- to lio1
min-e ol :iH their pi'-a-nro. w t." Oner of
11 that uiu'kes t;;r .lay n.il ft'ni j.'.wui.
Ami m ttie nmjst o .i- re,. pie a'al our hap
piness Jet us remerntter fir p. -or. tin liei ily mnl
union tinni'. iin-l "V our cuts or ciiarnv unu
rCailv bMte wl'-nce, let us iil.'fa-f ll.e tiMiiiher
cf tliiT-e wh. ith eratef'il h tarts shall join in
uur tli;mkst:n : ti jr
Inwitne-s lo rr-.r 1 hi. e c t mr hsnd nr. J
cuu'eil the al f t lie Cuifi'.t St it. t- he b v-
unto atTiti'd. l)nnf ul tin i ii of VitIm:tin
tins iweiity-liflh day of ( toln r. in the vt jt of
our I-onl. oie ih'Hi-ainl rvl;t liuinlre.l tu.U
fiflitr -even and of the itnti !el"iic vt the
Vniied states ll.e OliU IlllU'lred I h al,.i lltd.
II y the l'renl nt : duovrti n.KVtiMJ.
T. F. llATAHH. SYrrelaiT o( stale.
Two Fartlnnt In a .Mii litsn Itntik Hid I p
Ht-ru Iter's Miares to an Lnurinuut
Kaium".., M.th., O.-L Wliei. C. W.
Fniula, defauitiiig cashier vt the ) uustan
line National bank, aUsc-imlcd live years
ago ho left ten shares nt :iJ each in stock
tu C'U'er nil np'iaivnt i. tic.ctit y. '1 licvse
the biin altaii.cd u:.d wciO lnul:y b-d in
fur tl.'-'. riini-o then t ivj factious have
cn in the banu. cm it,iiulii2 in tho Uis-
plucemcnt i f one iir-ler tle 1 adership of
W . romia, luii'j-tinio p: csiuci,t, by a
fArtiou unier tho lcatcr-li.p ut C. H.
ltarr-, Jr., at ihu eice! ion last
January. Keccntlv lloinrr A. 'ash, bank
Exaniiiitr lor Michigan, discovered these
shares as illegally 1". trur ,n iu ib of
the banrf, and reported the Jut to tlie
Comptroller of the Currency. Tuat func
tionary ordered their sale ut pubnc auction
to the bighrst bidder. Tin.' cnio twk plse
Huturday, and excitement at Cons'.an) ine
was at white heut. i'ossession of seven of
these shares would g.ve the KoihIa faction
control, and at tho Mie a simple took
place for the supremacy. The slock was
wnb 1st) i.fr stiare. ibis tlie "ins" bid
with Mr. Barry as spokesman, arid
the 'outs," represented by Mr. J.
O. Bchurtj, went fl better. Thi
rivalry continued until t.Vw had been
reached, when a Mrs. Tnnrn took Kiirry's
place makintr (1 bids uni it she had bid fl,-ywwiit-n
htio h topped nml Hehurii rmsed
her f 1 and took the first share ut fl..i-i. Io
like rcanucr the sale pn reeded, the ro
maininK shares seUma at rJ.sn. ii.mi,
141, $i.&4. ..,tjij, t,-:71 and
fr,'W respectively. Hairy capiurititr the
last and retaining the prculencv atd con
trol. These shares, worth only tl,s.d, sold
Aa Attempt to Itum m House Full of Mecp-
frRANb II s ri rs, Oct. -1- An a1,enpt to
buru thirty l'uiiaus. alt. p in a bu.UiiutT id
tbe township ol 1'ari ish, Kent County, was
frustrated by ttie tininy vart..nu' 'f tue
who awoKe and fouud tne binuin in
flames. 'J'he buildil.ij was f.ne used by an
Haliun, Kuiff Hnnlo O.iffaUi, wl.o was
keeping a im.i L Of More, t)i.u rooms above
for the sleep: ni: l-.a-iaiis at work ou
the new railroad, live n.iiea s-uih of
ttie nty. There have b. eri hard feel
in.? exist mi between this crew and a crew
f fourteen near r.raiid. About ten o ciocit
last nifitit an unknown ii,ii crept into a
vacant room and set tiro lo the house, ai-d
theu jutiicd a party on tlie outbid", wiio
barricaded the UiMr ana ucu every tnort
to ke'p the minutes fivin escaping. Ttiey,
however, manured to t'et b it, n.any of
them leaving aii Ko ir ci'it inn?. An effort
will be made to bnd the gu..iy oi.es aud
DREXfcX ON FINANCES.
lie trL-lnre the Itepurtu of rinant in I htrln-
Kniey to Im (irHtly t zuKuerateil.
Pittmii i:.ll, Oct. i"..-Mr, A- J.
Dread, of tl.c hi.arn .al tiims of ln-xrl,
Morgan 6: Co. iiml Drexel ,V t.'o , j asw d
tln-oui;b the city this j.t-rinti tu if.ute
from 4. hicaeo lo cw 1 ot jf. ill au inter
View Mr, iJrexel saio : "'l ije stories that
have been published front I, me to tire
about a stringency of ti.e wioney mrnct
bave tHTii exukTerutcd. In fact, there has
been no strnnjeucy in l he tti'ji.ey uiarKet,
There has been, to a certain rxlcu', a t .ni
idity in ion e cirdes to lei. out ir.nii" y, b;it
Dot to tuc extent Hie pub'ic ha b"tft led to
believe. While it is si. II a lnt.o tany to
mane predictions for thy !! year, 1
consider that the future om'ook is bn'tjt.
Theru is do reusun w l.y ti.is prosp.Tity
should not continue. 1 ihinK I'.eie would
be a lair deriiand for money lur ILu Oi.aiicc
of tho year."
Cult a no, Oct. ii i i. 1 1, .1. d Lat-or
party ol Cook Coun' vh.. I'-rwurOed a pe
tition to Governor ifjU-i-'-y. m wti.ih exec
utive clemency is at-ki-1 lor the condemned
Anarchists ou the pr.jiind i il they were
tried before h prejudiced Jiry und that
manufactured ovideiKo was used U(.'a;ntt
them. The Coveruor is diked to resist -.t
"influence of the tan-fully mauulart jred
clamor" oumst the Anarchists, and tc
show the possetb.on of that hichcst furm
of huuiau courage, tne moral ltrengiL wdc
Two VisTMb ol a Matter.
Has KitAM.ifceo, (Jet. i Henry lieriiay
On, the lawyer who counni-.ted sjic.de ;
lerday, le!t a letter addressed to tlie coio
ner in which he coiifes'en having killed ins
sister Cel:a by poisun f cr tli- purj-isc of ob
taining tbe insurance imh ey i.u her life.
Celia's hunband. J M i It'm i'.'iw t.-i ) under
sentence of dealu, liavu.tf been c Tvict(-d of
killing In wile. lh .rhavi.i) was tlie ii.t!
witnMsS biramst hun. Jiei bayon's fnenus
assert that tli confession ; a forgery and
they suspect that llertiaynn d.d not k.l.
Himself but met foul play at ttej hamis ol
agents of lluivers. but this vi'".v is itot (.'en
crally shared and it is h' licved ttiai tin.
cotifrsi(.n w.ii be proved and tnal llwvveie
fVill be rcteascd,
MISSOURI STATE NCVS.
Mrs. Lueindn Day, the ueuithlcst olor
4 woman In KnnHutiCitv, wan an(iijiti'''l
ief(r Cuitud Mates) ( '.iiiiiim'.,iu-r M'vne,
B few duvft since, on tliu t Liirye nf Ht-inl
ttiK an obicene lettnr to n Mi. Hamlin.
Mis. Day waivtid eia-uiiiHt ,iu mi l a
li-tund over In the hiuii ( to await
the action of the liiit-,! btatus Ijutiui
ii.shop TuttlB of the Mi-SLurl dn of
the I'rotentaiit Kptsenjmi Chureh mnved
In Kansai City a few d-ivn u-.,, un ..ft
Ills satchwl conloiniiiK ut et nu fi u cn
seet lu the fientlt ut'-n'si . t.u w :i-r'.ta at
thw dftjtot wh.tuli t .K u iitt'e eu-r-i.t,
en the platform. In a r-w ininuti- hu re
turned, but only Inlindhit value and itn
CuuteliW tt"'iu. The li-fti ip u oit Lit
way Ui Cwiitral Mm-oviri, bat p jliou-d
bis trip beeu u. (j ut the thi ft
Tbe eouiiiiK mioet-enr motor in hi. l,',ui
Is thought to t electricity.
I'alrKa UUtuurv, lb iam'vui UiKal
eoTnluctir, vraa tender"! a compl :mrtnt ,iry
d tmer a f-w days since by IK'iiry HUaw, ,
at Nt. Iouia, i
Atutut KMncenl'frsr. c'aim n: to rn a
reii-h iit of Chjcftico, nis i" four ' j, tr;v' t j
ttemits to exnniiut smcl i a few ln'n !
since, at Sf. Loin-;, threi tin bv thr'vv-
inn hhtis-f In fr-Tt of iiiov.Hk traim n-id !
once by hane'iitf. Tme!v inNi-MHi tn n j
In each case Ini-trat-! his elfins. t
The must antnl'le theatrical Ci-ml : nat ' 1 I
this enifai t that of Lawrence l.,t'rott .
and K Iwia IbxiUt, the two must emun HI j
traced ans of the times in t.ii cuntrv, in
a round nf legitirunt" plavs. ATtt-r cli'inj;
the mst successful encashment in th j
thrr-ntrical a'itiry of Chienn, ih-v nro to
appear tT a 'n in St. lnin, lein
u its Mnn-lav, tbe Klt lust. Mn'U int.T-e-t
ha Iwen awakiil bv tii a pp.nu-fi'.l
ev-nt, and tbt p--r ff ir n i a n ""s w ill d'nht
1p. Ih- t itfiese-l l.v many from the in
ter!, ir cithfi of tin- Stat.
New ()04t-nftle(, have Iv-en f t ' l,e.t
at Klin. Hhelhv County, and at FoIhihii, !
t a' law nr Count v.
Two sudden dentin nccurre I reuil at i
I, "ii;mnat rtke County, lsauc 11. sSi-snm
and John J. lienmtisT.
Mr. Heniy T mkett, of St. A, ws ,
elected on of the Tire-pre.nl-'nt ft the
Cnrrin'-RulM-Ts' Piatiuiint As..-i.it ion I
and Mr. W. T. Haydxlr, of St. Ldm, tn 1
fill an unexpired term as a member of thy '
eTTutivo cm milt I
The tt. Ijoo's Exposition f..r Jn-T U a '
th.nn nf tb past, havini cl--d ou the'
slight of the & 1. The season ha twn th !
mo-it sneci'S'ful vet. the total nttcn l:inco j
foot l tig up fullv pii.''l in excess of ImH 1
year. Gilmoru's baud, the pre at mu-ucal 1
attraction, has U-en rtn-encn-jeil for n-xt .
year, and Is hew plavinr at Kanm City.
Ten borset and mulct writ eremnt.-d fn
a htiriiiavr stable owned ty Tauinas Vuiim,
in St. Louis, a few night h'o.
The Rrand lodce ff Mi'oiiri, Knights ol
l'vthia-, at its recent sestr n in sr. J.-mi,
eN-cted tbe following otHcers for the i-tu.
inc year: H. H. AMftn, of H.dilta, past
pran 1 ehancelor; Ja. 1- Hufoid, i f Kan
sas City, prand ehancelor; Jno. II.
Holmes, Of tSt, Louis, (trnnd vice-chon-celor;
Jno. Oierlow, of Je(Teron Cltv,
grand prelate; Adam Thiei, of Hnrrtiiml.
Crand master of the exchequer; Thoi. li.
(-wick, of Bt.Lnni, crand ke"i er of the
rec-trds and eals; H. li. I.e-!l-.tttr, of
Farm. niftn, (rand Uiaster-at aans; O. J.
Kyl, of hteuberry, grand inner guard;
(in. F. FCaemel, of Glasgow, prand outer
punrd; H. H. Maluiry, of Knnias City, stj.
preme representative for four years. W.
A. Hadcliff, H. B. Ledletter, A. HedbolTer,
J, H. Hawthorn and D. H. Kiily wero np.
pointed a committee to revile the contt i
tut ion. The pran-i lodge wU, meet In
llanniital next year.
Nicholas Frank was lustantlv kiilod In
Ht. Louis a faw davs ao ly falling fr'en
a scafToiti oo which be was at work paint
ing a bullih,g. Adolph h'oinm, his mat'-,
ho tried to iave him, went down ith
him, and wai badly injured Internally,
and it win thought could not turvive.
A. J. Hiteha, a olerk in tbe ollico of Col
lector Kextoa in Kt. IfOiits, uiiKrtrx.k to
play th ro! of maher" at thtf Exposi
tion a few days aco, and for his temerltv
wni given a ride in the "hooJJuin wayon"
to the Frur Courts.
Frnl Neiwich, a German luinf 'T p;ir fn
Rt. Louh, committed tiun-ide n taw dav
ago ly hanpinc himself. )s)Hmtl. auy
ov-r the death of a sn wast It.) cause.
Gov. Marmaduke bat is-ojed a prochima
tion olTerlnit a reward of V-'n f"r the ar
rest and dellTerr to tlie sheriff of Taney
(ountyof George U . &1 iMl t-n, who es
raped fr tn Jail at For&vthe several diys
a-o. JUid'lieton Is a Ifclh Knohl.er, fifiy.
three years of ae, and bad Just been s.-u-
tenced t fifteen years in the state prison
lor murder ia the second u'.'srtta.
The ninety-firitt volume of tbe Missouri
I'.ei-jrta ia out and ready for ilis'iil utiou.
In th.i r-port ! chh are decidL Jmle
it acK bat W: Jude Norton, il'i; JuUu
Hherw'jo-l, 14; Juda Hay, 14, aud Judy u
IntheUoitei Ktatea nintri-t Court at
Kanai City Henry Crosby, an entei pris
ing and over-curious procryinan f Sa
lina.Kan., wn sent to jail fur ten duvs
and fine-i S.'MJ for putting a it'n reading
''1'ost.OlHce over his store and opening
and readme all letters deposited with
bun. Mrs. Altte B oth, who opened Kev
eral letters which did not bvluiiif to ber,
us nent to Jail for a year.
During the trial of the caie of Alice
I'yke in the Enn.n City Criminal Court,
thu nam of Coroner Klaton was cnll- d as
a witness. The coroner did not put in an
appearance, and, as it wan the third Itimu
within a wek tiia he has disregarded the
sul'iu-na of tue Criminal Court, Judu
U bite ordered an attaehineut Issued, and
that the coroner la placed under urreHt
until ho nhould giva a sufficient bond for
An unknown floater a tak"n from the
Vitiouri rlVer at Mlue, MiiU 1-vrrv.Jaclt
son County, a few davs a'o. U.j wat
w ell dressed, but theru w ai nut a thi n if to
Indicate ht identity. No marks of iu-
leiiee were visible. He is descnii-d ni liney
lookiua, (Its feet ten inches lull, dark hatr
and muttache, cj)d clothing, and hud
Lft- n in the watur fully thrue days. Ho la
believed to b a SUK-nje.
A v Infunt child of AMyruian Ityan, of
nt. Joseph, was fatally ixn.noned a few
inifhtf au'o by beinic givenad j.tg of car
tohc acid by mistake.
I't. Louis ! getting down aain.
tV'ui. rratt was arrdsited in Crawford
County, a fw days ago on the charge of
forging an Indorsement ujKjn a jenition
check. Pratt, it Is cuarvvd, on (no th of
March, IVf7, forced the umiu of William
J. Thornhiil to a pension check for --i.T'i,
and obtainvd the monev for the same
Tnornbill complained of not receiving hi
money, and an Investigation waa set or
foot lead.ajc to tbs arrest of I'ratt.
Goveni'jr Marmaduke hat issued a pro
clamation offering a reward of $.fXJ for tho
apprehension of Chas. Charter who wa-t
c uvict.-d of murder in thu ilrst deicrtt in
Law r;ucr County, and who escapud from
Ju.l soitiu time ao.
Iht-Ht. Lrniis Expoitir.n business tuii
tsa-iu l.a bx u preliL tout.
Aa Important Convention In M-asluu at
UfHi'iutTenn., Oct. itl. '1 ha convent inn
for the improvement ol western wuterways
aiuibied yes'.erOhy morning at eleven
O'cioca Wl'b :xi'Jt iW delegates from Ohio.
lniluna, Illinois, Iowa, Fotinyivania, Aliu-
iiefcfj'.a, Missouri, Tennessee, A la ha ma,
u sHiisipiri. Louisiana aud Arkansas. I i
lOeut li h. VA ooij, of New Orli-ana, called
the convention to order and made a bri
aUtlresa, urumg them to present a du-
terutmed front io fuvor of 1 literal appropn
aliens for rivers and harbors. H s rolor-
t-ii -. s to tne ia'e Jamea M. tails and lluncun
F. Kcnner, of Louiiiuna, aa earnest cliam-
pious of the CS'isc, Were wui-inly appiauUed.
li a J. VV. t iui'p. of Memphis, was uiium-
tiibibly aiHCted U'iiix.rary chairman, and
r A hoeiing, oi the alemobia inurctiants'
exchange, VemKirary secretary, und Mr.
Ciitpp made a powerlul speech, insisttiiH
i-n tiieimjsuruXiitx- of aecurii.g Cutigrettsional
u i i.cl iiiiy f .f i ho improvement of tliu
il;i-i, mi ij.pl, but for all liavigablu streaiiis.
Af't-r apj-oint ng comi'iittucs on rredeu
liuii, jtcnijaf.aiil oranualion. onli-r of bna
and reaoii.tions. the convention alone
p in., adjourned until 7;:iU p. io.
lu Hie evaul'i- ttt m port ut Hie c-intntl
iui. t.u i utas ami ol der oi batucss was ii-ud
and adopiud ai-d that of thu tominilLt.e i n
p--rmaLJut rgaiiizution waa madu as ft-t-vast
iraassvul fiUa(ruiim, tiusviuur k
0 Stan-ird. of 3T'Sonrl; permnncnt iccro
try, K. K. Keeling, nfTaniiesscoi assistant
'Ti'l:tr.i's, G. W. Clark, vt Arkansas; J.
W. I ryant. of Louisiana; John S. lojMr. of
1 t fr i ; vice-prnmdcnts, C. C. H heels, Huli
V 'J l,.. mason. II. G. Mei'ike, H. M. Kwn-l-7.T.
Hon. J. II. Murphv. GeorirM'. Wa.i.h ll,
ti 'Vi'M'iT It. C. Lowrv, V. H. Walker, II ,C.
li;iat H a. K mmofloro C, M. lloilowny, J.
A. Clu-p tit.ii John A. Wind. The report
was a i'T'cd. and pending ttie transnctiua
of fumr bisiuuss tho ouuvcniiou, on mo
Kt. Vi rriiMinm, Oct. Excuvii' ions in
Jcniiu:- in 'ui giMiind belnnpin to t'ie Hms
s.an Goveruineiit have resulted ititliettis
c crv of n rnmns of tho ancient town wall
i.:. i t.:e p. Hi:i-.n of tho ates of the town
i l lie lil i t .in- or the havmur. tliroUL'u
.:! tl.c Hivi'-'ir pitied to Gnigolha.
ii- J lo.Uc her (. prcHiilcilt of Hie I'aiuH-
! iiif honeiy, jtiV ite suoscriptiuiis lor n
f u i lur tuo puiposo of preserving Lho
Grain aaJ l tliinu.
Ut. iwm. Oct.
Fr orn-Q-jlrt and sleadv: XX. l.-.M."i:
XXX. a)4.; iaiiiily, I .'.rt.tiS ; thotco.
J .-. 'Vio.
WiiKAr Firm nnd hleti'-r; No. red, rnsh.
'I '. : J'l-; t toiler. ' --if,r I H ; Noveml.er,
1 S Ij.U; Ueteuiber, iStUok:; May, 'iUjf
O-KS Srefl-!y t -it very iVil;cn-h. -I0SC;
N'low-r, :r.-,e b.il; Novtmln-r. o bid;
kh. mi,, r, -li r n.ili May, 'Vf He.
Hats Vsry'dv.H; ra.(i. i.'4 t'-j. 5c; October.
H'v IHU; N'ji emtwr. ii'aC.
Itvr Sieaiiy t 4t'i i:c lud.
llAin-rv sirum; fancy, Nx.-.
I'iuh. rcic Mutter, quiet and tincrnu-'cill
rrearnerr, 2.itiV.'(io; dairy, 101,'la. Kb-, atea.ly
Ti;i;ivf prk. summer nacklnL. S;Tt.
L.ir-i. ?..;.( .-o. urv sail meat-,. b. x. u
-.-ul-l-T-. f-.i"-j.!;i.ic; h.ni; cl ;ir, 10 :?
::t r.i-s. !,.;,; short clear, t..iUo7-l-"-i.
iiiKT Mirniiv ni 91 m.
C TTi .F. Stromcr; cliuk-e lieavv nntlra ulcers.
w ."; lair lo pood, JU. buicliei-s.
hiiEEH-Sti-aily; fair to fancv. l;s .'A.i.13:
IlfMi Act ve nnd higher: choice hen-v ond
butchers selection. 4.V, r,4.7U; pauuitif and
a.pmg torsiera St. ' ;
cnirAna ort. -a
Frrn Tn f;ur local Inquiry; faiiey wimir
pnteata, fi.mu,4.J5; southern a-lnters, tJ ,tjo
Wheat Quiet and steady: No. S unrinir. 7v
"fecie; Ho. 3 hynr.K wheat, Mc; No. 1 red,'
( iit! A shade firmer; No , 40)40.
OATH Very quiet; No. , ffliijC.
ItYB No. 4 5,-c.
lim.i:y Nn.a. Tic.
PauiHTR Kutter. e-iVt rrefimprw 1st '
ua.ry. . .i,-. quiet at 17 tJ.-x;.
fwtvi.-ij,4 I'urk, uii-u, tl i.J. l.iird, Pi.X.
htiori nt snles. loose. I7.1W. Urv satieji
knoui.ifrs ikx"i1, ihmssj; bhort clear Sidea,
THlXeil, f, IJy.,
W Hir-KT tn-' il lers' UnhhM pnods. 'fi ll.
Catii,k-h-nily ta Uronc: fchimnif steers.
1 TV- -li: tm U..-rs ami fc- ier. tl.t.-jj.o.
SliRM1 S";Miy. native-. r.Uiiii.UU; wuiUriL
te.ivu-i.j; hurl . t4.i-.fti. '
Jt Ki- stttvau-r; mixed. H.r7ll.55: lieavv.
Nr.w Yontt Oct 'i" ,
M.perd.te, j.:n M; ci,in-
i.'.lcrn nnd btnte, ( i 40,
nl -i lower arid modcratety
Pr.rn V'.-alt ;
; utcraUeil h)iiiH,
--4 'ill T.:-t nl r- :1,
V V : i.'Ll'.'!ir 'tc: Nuifinb-T. " It; I'e
ccii:tj.T. il I-.- M i.l.c; May. fs ll-ltis't't;.
('t.S-I.oT.r; iincnil'tl, f..'i4'-"'..Mc; Nn. 2,
- Ivt.-txr. M' -."iUkjc; N'.vcinlj-r, r.isj
V.v. 1 t (( lU-r, M , -r.jc; Miiv, V.'tc.
OA i--.- .-;i-n r a ml fjuriy uctivn; mixed
v.i -h-Mi, :,;t- it; wiiito wcicrti, :i.V'r,40c.
Pmuiiit'B MutiiT, quiet und weak; Wftotfrn,
!'i wi .ati ra cri.uiiit-.ry, IOijhi. fctftfis, to
li. ir n .ii' -.l. wt'iii-rn, U-' Jto.
l'uuvi-Kis- I',,r. liiirly active anJ y;
n-.' at, tl-t t'i Iir eltl and tll.M fur le w. l ut
rrn-ats uiiclun;! .! and Utiil. Lnnl, IiIl,'Iht. l.ut
ri.ir.fr q i; t ; weR-ru blcuia bjKil, b. irli.rJ: ;
:iiv bl'-ulii, h'i'A.
t'Arn.K ''.in i .'. i l y : nulivo hteern, (,') V)
5.. m; nfru f.iticv lui.tt iit HAJ;1.ju; (ulr Texas
Siili:p liuil nml Iviroly steady price for live
tiiffriiu.il m a lTt ':;. ri'ductmn on l.iinl;
irt iii' fclircp, ti kifA III; litinht. iii.h, r,,
11UU4 Duil fur nvt hc-tt ul 94 KUt5.Hi,
Kanmah city. (Vt.
Prnrn l-'lrm; XX.TOc: XXX. WitKk-; lannly,
Vwtl cii.jiu". 1.4-.-t1.!tt; litncy, J.-i:.l..'-i
furii.y, lCuul-,Xi luUjnl ll.uujjil ri,
WiiKAr Firm nnd hiirticr; No. 8 hot! winter,
J' leljt;r. '': Iml; M.iy, 'i ")'c.
UoiiN sinnip-r; N'u. a, vash, c hid; Oc
tuiHT, :i'4t' Ir.d, H-'.'iC otlo-il; UeofnilMT, 8eso
;; tliu yuur, <u bid, b-'iio aktdi M-y,
Oats No. 3. cn-h. 22o bid, etc ir.kfd; Oc-h-U-r,
-tir hut. ipsftnl, -l'ic asked; Nimiu-lj-
r, -."41; but, 2:j'c atked; M;y, JJTc bid, iiiio
iiVK Nil I.M nor ofTcrinira.
VBouucKltuiur, m Kood demand; crfam
ery, (iincy, JTio; Komi. i."Ju; Uno dulry. W:: kturu
p;cl.',l, criMtce, I.' l tc Ysuz. Ilnn nt Irtc
HHovntioNS Ham (Miifur cured i, 11c;
bn.-akf.t-i u.kCuii, 1'c; drit:J bout, bv; cit ur
nl fciilt-s Uiu tld-I). tito; on clear
; Vt; .nonUiftn, I. ."1; sliurt rl--n- idcfc 7.j;
n.i--' in a. II i w: in n-e lard. ...".
C'i-n K--In fair d'-tminil und hlffhcr; tow,
H Vi bJ.i,'t; buiuUer.-, fti.JSa.lD; auippttn., U.U.
feUFKP f'Mitd In (lomuKd; siihis ntt.i'x"'!.:.!.
Hk-.s -Ai live nml )u -In r; p:n::kiu uud tlii
yU-tf, -l.l."i4.Ji lifcUt, .ii(,-i.UJ.
AVc have cuuiplrtud the minutes for
the New Garden HapUst Aoaociatiim
th a week. Last week we finuihed up
the minutes for the Fishing KiVtT An
aociation. The Ilwd school house was burned
one n'ght hut vtk, together with iU
ent re contents. The directors have
Cilkd a uirc.UuK, and we understand
will rebuild immediately. Manueville
corrcHpondent to Carrollton Democrat.
There ia not a saloon la Caldwell
county, and it U not likely there will
be, notwithstanding the local option
law watt defeated by a good majority.
Know was eight inches deep at (jay
hind, Michigan, lust Aloud iy. Winter
h.ts opened iu earnest up la that coun
try. (irinr.il Waddy Thompson, of La
monte, died yesterday. General
Thompdju was lu the confederate ar
my, NunethiiiK more than $3,003,070 of
the ntate debt re mums to be refunded,
litdnls for Uitne will beHdvuttised next
mouth. Tlie total debt of the slate is
about t?lo,UJ 0'X).
Jn the prohibition cases which are to
come belorethe t uited States supreme
court the i-'ieatiou will he tested
whether tlie property in breweries may
bdrendmd valueless by prulubition
le,;ihUtioii without violating the four
teenth iiiueinliueitt to the Comititutioc
ol the L'ni ted States, which provides
that no Htate shall deprive any person
Of life, liberty or property without due
process of law." It Is au Interesting
TELL THE TRUTH !
Wo liRvorijoen accusnl liy r""ic rt our Competitors of selling oertaln goods at
ridiculouBly low pricts in order to "Kail" the public. As Done of our ous
turners have ever ooinpliiincd that they were overcharged, or failed
to get their money's worth, on any purchase jfroin us.
We are inclined to think that our accuse
Overslaot ttLo 3ctxl5L."
TO TELL YOU THE TRUTH . Wo shall continue to throw out large quantities
of tho aamu sort of "Hail" 111 tho shape of all classes of Merchandise. The
Special prices during our Cl.OAK and OVERCOAT sale will
convince you that wo mill have some startling bargains
in atoro for you
OlottlsLQ cfcj Overcoats
Vhii:h will oontinue for Fourteen Days. OVE BCOA E3 13.50 to 125.00 CLOAKS
to ?.")() 00. we have bought heavily in the above lines and have
marked at Trices to insure the sale of the bulk of the bulk of them
in the next two weeks.
fcDoii't Wait TooLone.
Vo want you to soo these goods whether you purchase or not,
J. C. BROWN Mercantile Company.
H F. IcDONALD k US,
SPFALL A3D WINTER
Is now open for inspection, and avIII make us lnaiiv frleiids
and sell on Its merits any time. We cordially invite all
our friends and acquaintances, who buy goods in
iMcliiiioiid, to call early and allow us to show you
through, as we propose to let
In our stock are the Newest Novelties in woolen Dress Goods
HlI-KS, V EIA KTS.ru silUS.TKIMMIXGS, llUTTOS, llKAIUS, and
anything usuall kepi in a Tirst Class Dry Goods store.
Short Wraps, Haglans, Jackets, Misses and Chil
drens Cloaks at Lowest Living Prices,
H (Please Oll ESaji-ly- p
Hcnriet fever U raging in JefTerton
Dakota enjojed a 10 inch snow the
first of tho week, accompanied by a
blinding storm of unusual vigor.
A poor mother at St. Joseph gave her
child carbolic acid by mistake for an
j innocent nicdtcidt, with, of course a
1 fatal result. Keep the poisons out of
j the way. Jie vi;ry careful.
Tlie Importance of purirylnfr tlto t;:, can
not l-u ovt-rttiuiatetj, (or wlUiout ljuru blovU
you f ;ninot enjoy good Imaltli.
Al seauin nearly wry ono nenls a
(tood meilieMio lo purify, vltallzp, n-id curlcU
tliu bloiKl, mill wo aak you In tiy Hood'
Pprillitr SarsaiiarllU. ImtruiKtrien,
rCUIiai 0a builds up tl.e ij-bteo,,
crralM au 0T'iHi, and louc, tho difi-.u.i;,,
l.llt It er.iuioiic. dl.waso. TIio pMidlar
roinliinalK.j,. prniiurUou, and preparation
of tliu v..-talilo remedies used give to
Hood's Hanuiorilla ixvnt- nr -ir
lar curalho powers. Ho ' O llScII
other medicine has such arccordnf wonderful
cures, it you have nt.ndn up your mind to
buy Hood s K.uaparill do m.t be Induced to
t.ikii any oilier lnlrad. It Is a Peculiar
Widlcine, and la Wormy your eouOdenre.
Hood's H.,r.parilla ta sold by all drufpl.ts.
I-i tpanid by C. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, JJass.
I0O Do9s One Dollar
JJOTII-K OK ADM1N1STUATIIPN la hereby
..... .1 K,.. i..-., ,- ,mii iiMoi-riuuen iiv tne prohate
wtu . . i.oj ..".iiiij , miiBouri. ou me estate ol
II. ('. UAKUfchlJec'd,
daUi April itl, 1MT.
All parties liavlinr elalnn airalii.t said wlnle
are re-intreil loexliiltlt Iheiti for allowiuice uun
I e seai from dale of ianl letlers. or tl.ev ni iv
lie pleelii.leil tniin liaili hliv lieue.'ll of (o,j,
" " in " ieii ii eneuieii u itn
iu two years tliey shall be lorevel barred.
'" J-B. VOAKCM, Adm'i.
WAMttl I.AIIIIS r our Kail ai
l tsr.siiM. Ii.nl.'. lo take Itatlit. tneawaui
Vol k a ll.eir oMii limner. l to .a H-r day can
n. luleily made. WorK ml by mail any Uil
innie. I'arli.ulam Iree No eauva.alnu Ad
St.. IIohWiii. .11 ass lt.ix Alio W- "'
T.NIFMIIVU AIIVI HIISKHH should a-l
JL dns ..( l knsi.i,i,. w
lu hprnr fstrssvi, Aesr 1'wrkCiVr
-irilKm.H M I'. UlvllMss soil Kiln u,
lilMl'-Ki. Ills wile, to He ir e. rlalu uei-d
""'"'''la I'" ailila.vofo.l.,lT, l. nnd
reeorile. In II,.- Ileeor oin.-e ol Kay d.iun.),
I o. leialliaii A l.l.,r, h usl.-e. all II,.. nvlil. II
llelnlerrsl ami eslale In anil lollie follow ll.e dr
.enl.e.1 n ale.lare.s.lii.u,.l,lli, a.Hiis n,, , uie
eOi.i.l ol II ,), Male nl Missouri. ,
All ol lot ii,l , forty. ; , ,,a fiunil,.,
Helen. I. In lnei;;la;,. or l..n of lli.,wnsOur
H,"iir!.'ll,S'T , '""'" "' l,'"""i
in siililileed il. si ril.1 il. nn.l v l-it
r . . .
laid Iru.Ue Is .tl.seut f
a -I in ll.e pr.-n .. , ,. ,.r,.,r
niiiy tiiiti i atii.ui
' Ul twn.r-
i . u ....i.s oi sa
alel 111 Uie le-iibst oil ,r , ., ...
iiifi oi Shi. i
f .i ti. , ... . a
irt llt C(.,,l t lifili-e. I, I
Ifi'-hM .-uil, in lli-(vmiily . Ki,y. S.UU.,,) Mj,,,
Uuii Ull ' r C",U' t'Ui'lic au
MONDAY, NUVbMBEH 28, 1687.
B''twt''ii tii.- ti"irj ui i.h.c u'vUu-k In (lie fore
li..ll HIKlllVO .I'l ltM lC In till- Hll. riHJ.,,1 trf tltti i
iilv 110(1 I. .U-. ...i -liter MlUi u, CUfcUl
I MilS r.'M'JKHIH.
A I A I
fcSf.O XT JE&
and the Prices Talk.
Ou jui-sisttnt efforts hare been frowned with success
nnd we now hare upon our counters a wonderful stock of
Overcoats,, the equal of which has never been shown on any
retail counters in the great west. Tho perfection wo havo
reached in this line is simply marvelous. We havo all tho
new and elegant patterns and shades of erercoatings, cut in
the latent and 'o-it fashionable stves. made in tho finest nos-
sihlo manner, and trimmed in
reuneti taste, living wade with special relerenco to the best
trade, these garments aro equalled only by the work of tho
finest and most stylish merchant tailors, while their prices
are fully double what aro asked for these goods in every re
spect. In every department our prices aro beyond the reach
TIIK SAME PRALSE IS DUE OUR FIXE
Suits for Young Men
That we ha,re giren our Overcoats
Our Uoy's and Children's
SUITS and Overcoats
POSSESS EQUAL MERIT.
When you come to Kansas City, be sure and call on us
whether you want to buy goods or not. We want to make
your acquaintance. We show goods gladly.
One-lMcc Clothiers, Hatters aud Furnishers,
1000 and lOU MAIN STREET,
KANSAS CITY, : MISSOURI.
the most exquisite, elegant and