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TliritNDAV. M Y i't. I
cnloil Ih Wtrnt nptinti lnw in tlisl Mntr
TliK lti'pl lirsn int' ticki't tiominnt
pj is very well i'!i n( h the ff
who know tun tiling of them, tnt ( heir
rinri'l merit e-in to lw iu the ol
dourity of their st live, A few of
mm namml nrv on the InUir tickrt.
If yon think Mon-hon l p'nnj; to
furry Kay imntv fur gnvi-mor. vmi
an frxilinjr yonrM-lf. tt run pivf yon
rvcrl pointers that n il! Ix-nt ihnt bad.
Wait ami mm-. Keeollect I m lc Jake
Mu. Hi mw rvilicrnte hi Mah iiirnt
that he l not a rntMlidnU' for the Itc
puhliran nomination for the i.rrsiilcnr
and will not aerrit utile friend
forc it on him. hut privately he tell,
bin friend that thrniut nut forpt U
force it on him, and then furca him l
crept. Itlainr ha a .treat head on him
lMirATi point clearly to the fart
that I'hsncy 1 HI ley is once inore bu-
of the ltepubliciin party In Mitwiiri. A
Wave of his hand is oU-yci! with alac
rity. The old man if a tine organized
and there i more to he feared from tin
party under fatni than fiom any other
loader it can bnat of in the State.
Tnr. mere mention of the name ol
(.in, er rlevrland. in the Srdalia lem
in r.-lic 4 onventiou. w:is the ina) for
r.'Uinl after round of npplaiiM'. lie is
the ui-'-t poptilur man in America to
il hv : ami hi- miomiiiHtion certain and
hi Ire t mu a foregone conclusion.
With the iVmocratic standard iu hit
li.iiiii t!'t party in irret-istable.
Tin: fart that the National Prohibi
tion coiiu ntion i to Ite held at Indian
opol.-, Itidi ma. on the 3lh day of tliji
luui'lh. to nominate a candidate for
president and ict-pri'."idcnl, .-eem U
h'iw almost bi'en lift Mjrht of. Thif
Important thn arm es nt Wi-dtie..
day, but co far we have beard no men
tion of any Kay county prohibitionist
who proposes to attend.
Thk Supreme ( ourt of the State hu
sustained C hief Ju-tice Mike Mira:h,
In hi decision that building and ioa:.
asx iation-i were not exempt from tin
cbaiter fee exacted by law from cor
poration, ll the intention nf tht
le'ila:urf to tM-im-t ;h" v&luabit
a-KX-ia'-i'-n frr.iu Uu tax. but the Isi
tnac:?I s nt j a. the
Titr. Republican in th r . iiTt-i(
s' Sdalia. dnip-d the npti
find prhibition jU tion. 1 r-fu
I'd to hear Mr-. Minor, the a-hr a;e
prohibition and w-iuan'? oflrafr. . ai
when a resolution i introduced en
dorsiiiff local option, adjourned with
out acting on it. The party i after
T tes this Year ant! is filtering clear of
If hi' hoodlums remain
of the atlair in tlie Uei.ul
party in this city, there will I an aw
fit! lot of lishine done v St. Koui
Republican next ele-iion dav. ti. V
The HMnllums will remain in charjr
mid the lhides will not p(t tishing or
next election day, but will all walk uj
and take their medicene likeHttle men
Ureal is the Kepublican party and Kil
ley is its prophet.
Tin: first dry Sunday in St. Lout.,
under the 1 'owning law, pa-ted of!
ijuietly. For the lirst time since l-',;
th beer shops were nut allowed to
Tun. The mural etfect im the ttat
of this cloking of the saloon in St.
Louis will w great and if the saloon
keepers fall into line and strictly ob
nerve the law it will astonish the out
ride world. One thing as much a any
ti er, that has caused the prohibition
element to grow in Missouri, is the
disregard of law by those engaged iu
the retail lienor trafiic in M. Louio.
Tiil fact that a majority of republi
cans in the lower houe of congre
oppose the Mills bill fur the redtictior.
if the tarill' taxes, yet oiler no substi
tute fur it, show-, ijuiie clearly that the
arty was not sincere in J'Uttiug a
plank into its Iat platform demand
ing a revision of the tarifl'. The f: ct
Is the protected llarons of monopoly,
are expected to furniih the aiou,T for
the republican cauvan thit fall, and the
party can't ailord to ee the roboer
tariff cut down, as lung as the bench
ciaries bleed to freely to attain repub
All the townships in Kay eouuty.
but one, were represented at the eda
lia liemmTatic convention. lat week,
notwithstanding ilie fact that the dele
gates were nut nclicted by the cut ami
dried proceeding of u iuasn meeting
iu Kichmond. The day fur a litile ritig
In Kichmond to manipulate the purtt
of the county by a Hon-alled ma-ss iue i
ing la paL 'J he Uwnshipi have b
right Ut a heard and we hope the hon
est yoemuury of each township will
contend for this ri'ht. t'ouuty mass
it ice tine- are but the devjee- of wire
pullers and thimble riggers to give
themselves a prominence tin y do nut
Tue ieriunn Itaplist Dunkai d-)
conference is in he-sion at North Man
chapter, Indiana, Klder Lnoeh LUy. of
Kansas, presiding. 1 nrin ir the ear
fcUli was expended iu church hou-sei-and
Vn for pnrai hihg the gws.
pel. Tlie annual appropriation by en
dowmenih w an Q-l'J, !".'. In aiifeuer t
the application of ir. Straw, on
half of the W. C. 1. I , tlie standing
c jiumiUee prcM-nted the following
'The cause of temperance should so
licit the energies and praer id even
Christian heart, and the deli eranen
c f our general conference for our
jears prcbent un unbroken recori on
the kiibject and agaiiiM the use of in
toxicants a a beverage. The temper
auce cause t-'U ha our united praiers.
after carefully considering jour request
;hi committee unanimously decide,
that we ( an not open our tabernacle
for the ne of any aitnociutiou and the
diseursion of the questions not direct
ly cotmtcud with the object of our
The twenty -third annual convention
of the Missouri Mate Sunday School
Association will be sa id at Mexico on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
June li, 6 and 7. A number of promi
nent fijH'ukern w ill 1m- present and ad
dress the iiuuveutiou.
Ikf SeiUIU roNTftillnii.
The tnle democrat iff convention to
nominate delegate to the national
ponientioii at M. Intuit, June ft. took
place at SilalialAM Thumday It a
larpe InIv, U'injr eompoed of near-
it hundred delegate, and its
eronnel ha- never leen surpassed in
delilnraie asenib'r in Miwniri.
Wc can only lirietly mention the
work fd the convention.
The delegate at large are Mcr.
W. t anith of St. Lotii. .IohnO'la
f Springfield. K. U Martin of Kan-
is i it, and Nat Pryden of Troy,
he vote stood Martin 4M, O'Pay 4o
arnlh 41;. lnden 4. Phelpji .WJ.
Joldi.'.lo, Mephen Wi. MooliMin 'JfK
hieit l.M. Messrs. Thelp. Kohl.
WikhNud and Stophem were made
The chief delegate- are ; - lir-t dis
trict, il. II- 4 arroll, t rut nam. and J.
t.raty. of Scotland. Second. 1. (.'.
.ore. of Monroe, and U. 4i. Young, ol
rroil. Third. C. Tillery. of I'lay.
and . K. 1'hapman. of Caldwell,
tourtlt, S. B Greene, of Kuchanan,
id K T. V. Wilson, of lTattw. Fifth,
. C. 'larsney, oi Kansas City, and J.
. Shewalter. of Lafayette. Sixth,
eurgc Jackson, of Sedalia, and James
lohntou. of l'tko. Seventh, J. N.
Jones, of Franklin, aud C'ah Jilack-
hum, of Audrain, highth. r. u Mil
an J J. U. O'Mara, of St. Louis.
Ninth, it. W. Aden and (.'. r . Rnapp
t t. Louis. Tenth, 1 C. Terry, of
t. Louis, and Jasper Kurks, of Farm-
ngton. Lleventli, J. 1. tchols, of
ailaway, and H. L. " arr n, of l ulas-
ki. Twi Jth. Kobert Kaiiey, oi Males
and b. (. Ihunuan. f Barton. Thir
teenth. V. 11. A ravers, of Greene, and
hn 'leel, of Lawrence. Fourteenth,
. Wilson, of Mississippi, aud ir
H. M. Tins, of liuweil.
The alternates were: First district.
I. lroctor, of Marion, and K. V. Giles,
A Shelby. Second, T. G. lulanv, ol
' haritou, and J. I. Johnson, of L
nc-tuue. Ihird.J. C. Wiison.of Har
rison, and J. Janjuan. ol Kay
Fourth, O. J, Hurley, of Andrew
i li. F. Stape.1. of AU-hlson. Fifth,
J, G. l'axtoTi, of Jacksou, aud L. Na-
;han. of Johnun. Sixth, J. IL Chil
ton, ol Hickory, and W. W. Garth, of
Uoiie. Seventh. W. 11. Crahaiu, of
Montgomery, and T. S. t unninghatn,
f St. harle. highth. F. Young,
n l Cha. Cotellu. of St. Liuiscouuty
Ninth, lieuv Kevil aud Ldward But-
er. Tenth. J. F. Green. f Jefferson
;vunt. aud W. H. Johnson, of St
l.oui. t-.a-euin. iiiooiaj jv. intjn
f CrawfoH. and i. M. Ku-ell. of
Lacu-de. iw:fut, u. h. M.elton. !
M. 1 la;r. and M. A. Met lure, of Ladr,
liiirt ej:u. W. ". Witr, of Barry, and
H. KejpT. of MelMnald. Fourteen tli.
tt V Lisle, of U;:t!er. and L. tMlaiey
W. L. Jewett of V-'iy ivport-.
h foliwwiuif platform: We. the com
mine on remthm and plaifonii
report the foliowmg:
We. the lrmocTaoj of the state of
Mi-oiiri. in eoneniR.u a.euitiiej.
lare that we indorse unuaiitielly the
uonet, eon radius ami sreouotntea
idiuini-iratiou f tirover i. levland
ind herrt-y in-truet our delegates to
he national convention to vote as s
unit for his r-noroination and also tc
Tote for a platform embodying the
principles vt liirirt reform as M;t forth
hi hi ia-t annual message,
lUsolvtd. 1 hat we deplore the un
tinielv death of Gov. John f. Manna
Juke, and express our hearty indurc
ment of liis admiiiitration in uphold-
in;: the honor, credit and dipnttv of
Missouri in all her relations with siMer
'ommotiwealths of the union aud with
lil her own citirens of ail parties, col
on and conditious.
The following resolutions to thi
memorv of the late General Alexander
W, l)oniphan, of Kichmond, Missouri,
ere iutrMluced by W. Jeff. Pollard,
of St. Louis, and uti&nimuusly adopt
Wher as. it has pleased an all wis
iTOTidtnce to remove irom us,
-leath, since our a-t meeting in state
convention an honest, aud esteemed
citizen and democrat, the Jate tieneral
Alexander W. Loutphau, of Kichmond.
theref-r ot il
Keolved, bv the democratic part
i the state of Mlswuri, in omveniioL
asembitd. that bv fcaid death the statt
A M-f-souri ha Itt one of her brar!
and most ilii?irious sons and the dem-
x ratic partv one of iu truest patriot
and trusted advisers
A delegate offered the following
Indorsing, a we do, without modifi
cation or reserve, the jxisition assumed
hy i'resnlent UeveJami on the tanrt
juestion, we send greeting to the Mis
souri delegation in congress, and assure
its inenioer that tbu representatiTe
lio most closely adheres iu his legis
lative course to the policy of President
Cleveland will best earn the thanks ol
the people who gave biu their fran
chises. The platform as amended was
a lop ted, aud the convention adjourned
sine die at s after paasiDg tiit
usual vole of thanks to its officers.
Tut. Lexington Intelligencer con-
gratuiaieg the settlement of oil differ
ences in the democracy of the Oth, dis
trict a folio s :
IIarmon and X'hI humor prevailed
ihroughout. and the e-pecml feature of
iiU ret to the people was the faci
that the hfih enigressional district
caucus brought about among the lead
ers of the various factions an agree
ment and harmony that resulted in a
genuine eperience meeting and love
feast. Confi-'h-iotis were freely made,
eoiicci ions were granted, and faith
was plighu-d that never, no never
should there again come up such di
visions Us ha. ci-U-d :u the past.
Hon. Alex. Craves ai there. Judge
1'hilips' oii was there, Jr. Munford
was ih ere. Col. Mercer was there, K
l,. .Martin was there, .Mr Jiowers w:tv
there, Mr. Tarsiiey wa there, Mr.
hewallT wa there. Hon. C. L. Kwing
was there we cannot name them all
but each and every one declared
that internecine democratic strife had
come to an end, and that from that
moment the democratic force of the
tilth congressional district should be
united a solidly against the enemy ah
ever was Macedonian phalanx or N
Two wrecksoccurred yesterday near
Handolph BlufT, just this side of Kan
sas Cit. one on the Kock Island roul,
aud the other on the Wabash. The
accident was caused by a bridge wash
ing out on the hrt named road which
was run into by a freight train. The
second accident wa caused by
freight train running into the u'mt
w rock, which extended to the Wabash
track which Is only a few feet from
the Kock Island track. Four iun
were killed outright, two brukem
and two tramps. '1 he brakemeu kill
ed were K. Koystou, of Ldgorujn, Kan.
Mid h. C. Aruittroiig of Ouiu,
The Heptihlicain of this State, met
in convention lat Tuesday, nl Hedalin.
and after a labon-d rssiuii of two ihus
nominated the following gentlemen
for State n fllcc :
Governor. F.llert K. Kimball ; lieu
tenant-gnemor.G. H. Wallm'e ; i-ere-tan
of state. F. W. Mult : treasurer. A
It. Frothweiu : auditor, t
tin : attorney-general.
rvgiMrr of land. C. 11.
commissioner. K. VA . edder
judge, Jas S. Itntsfurd.
A bulletin this morning n that
Kmpcror Frederick progress U gratifv-
ng. His rough ami rvpertor.itinii are
moderate and he i without fe r.
I'lau SpreckeK, the Mt:ir mil. i '
hopeful man. lie i sivty t.nd -a h
just iM'ginning his life work. Mn-t
men wouM like to have an earlier start,
Miller county full of mad dog-,
many as thirty-two ha x ti jj- U-en kill"d
there one day last week. f coure
the politicians have ieldcd temporarv
jK)ssesion of the tield.
Snie of the best lawyer in the slate
U not think Gov. Mondiou-e can hold
tie ollice if elected this fall, being
Governor now makes him ineligible
for a second term. entralia Guard.
"If war laves are the cause of pjod
wages, remark the ewluir: t 1-i
Kegister, "how does it happen that
cages in industries that are ended
protected ' are lower than wages in
other lines of manufacture.'"
St. f.ouis saloons are attacking Min
or Francis because he did i.ut devise
some scheme to protect them from tin
mandate of the Supreme Court. Aln
are helping him iu the nomination lor
Governor by making the illy attack.
St. Louis Times.
Ut IA retaliated Germany 's tarill
jQ grain, etc, with a high tariff on
Uermau iron, and now Germain pro
poses to get even again b heaviU tax
ing llus-ian bonds in the German moil
m ar k e ts. A C li i m se wall In g h
enouch and stroug enouu'li to insure
non-intercourse would he a cu caper
national defense than the nigh tar.i!
and huge armies ome Furop. au na
tions put so much faith in. i'ol l'i--patch.
W m. Mcliiraiii. ol i i.i.l.c- tue, ui.u
fditor Kuil y . of Brun-ie. i--st their
joid wa;cUes and c..u. Mn.it- m at-
;enlauce at the . .ta.ia cin noii.
Being Ietnocr ttj Ui- l.ao- t;,i-u'i.-
latiuu of knowing ti.;t tu y wi.i no:
;oo tner luiis tii. t... CarruL.ou
Kditor K.nley h -.: r- re-:
a ts property an-1 prot ai: . v, U il
at home the Iicvt t:u.e he go. s ;.i u
gn at c.mvttitiotx, A K.i:..i-i i: tu.ef
wa- taught wuh tue wat. h on h.- per
son. pring!ieid 11 piutiieau . I he pr. -
,nt grand jury will prol.l.'.y not iini
.ndietments agi;n-t :i1hiii 1 hat are
fjeing run without licenses. '1 m re i
a disxsition to sae the county the
possibility of paying heavy costs ju
boot les prosecut ions. I Hi il the mi
preri!'1 iiri can settle the tjUi'stion
raised by the injunetion ag iin-t tlie
count) fHiurt, it is probable thar the
saloons will I run as u-ii.tl, itlthoiigh
it is a risky piece of husint-ts.
Mrs. Francis Minor, of M. Loui-. i
Bt in an 'Addre-s to Kepubi leans. "
m which he finds salvation for that
party in woman suit rage. Mr. Minor
senia to think that if the ngresse
down South are enfranchised they will
east their ladlots for the Kepiibliean
arty and hare them counted at the
razor's edge. Hut the Chicago J r i t -line,
a high Republican authority, sug
get that the negn.-es entranchiiei!
would be greatly uutnuuiiten-d and
outvoted by the Democratic white wo
men Morth and Souih. TheTribune also
takes exception to Mr. Minor's state
ments about the splendid record ol the
Republican party, as illustrated by the
rlounshing condition of our agricul
tural industry. It plainly tells Mrs.
Minor that the fanners "an: yetting
Qaif-priees for their "products, are pay
ing a price and a half for their goods
And implements, and are, as a cotisc-
m-nce. un to their uvea in "molt cai'e
debt.". rost 1'UpaicU.
A Kanas school teacher ol!i r -1 ft
prize to the scholar who would come
to school with the cieanctt face. '1 he
result was that he was unable to recog
nize some of the pupils the ne.i d:n .
Our exchanges, who have ijei:u -opy-g
an article from the Hraymer li-e.
tating that Cowgill tia only twenty
nches of coal and that hardly north
working, will if they wish to giu the
true facts, copy this item also. Cow
irill baa tweutr-eight inches of coal
and it is of the tiuest quality. Any
one doubting this statement can vi-sil
the shaft and satisfy themselves.
The Mexico Intelligencer say-: Mi
nuie Adkins, who lm-s souttiuf town
with her parents and is Weil ku .vu in
this citv, has ken juite ui:. e--tul in
the poultry biisine-s this .-e-i-on. Ni
far sin; La "J.o crneki uu-1 egg-
eUillg. UenideS the si: Nlie ha- g.illi
ed "J do.en Cggs, 10o doiell of Wilich
wer vdd to merchants of .M-ieo and
the rest were used by the l.miih i
food. If there is uu one iu the com
ty that can leat tne n-e-iiil of .Mi
Adkmi wi- -Aot.id oke to h ar lium
Itob Iturdeti.. -a s: -My di'tl.t
when tou note that in.-man ih'i wants
to niarrv vu i too avvfullv auiou.s t
learn whtth- r ou can btke ;i h,;if (,
hp ad, ut wash a shirt wiiii i h'mt-.i
dexterity, In-fiire von cl-isi. t he Ticntia-
lion-, do you just ily aroum! and
e-rtain if he is either willing or ah!
to earn enough t- make a bi-'-uil.
and if he ha- pail i r th'- shirt ),,'
wanu you to wa-h, Nim- times out .
ten, daughter, the nrm whoimlv v:tnt
to marry a hous. keep.-r can keui
more eronnmically in the woikhou-i
lhaii he cau iu vour ftti l.er's hoie.
Out; a li'iae,
Only a rose, w ith b!u,hin- cheek
And a perfume straight fruin heacn
nly a roBe: luit it made il,,. niorn
eem brightest of all the seven!
Only a roae- but the girl that gave
Wa the sweetest rosi ol all,
With hor blushing ch- ek an 1 th I il.t
in her eyes
Fallen from hcuveu' rt.iil!
si or k lea a Amir HMtit.
The best salve In the world for cute,
hruUes, sores, ulcers, f It rheum, ! w
orb, UlUr, chapped U'ikI. chill lain
sorus, and ktu eruptions; aud positive)
?urea piles, or no pay required. It
guaranuaed to give perict auiUiaetloii
or money refundtxl. a'rlne 2d otnU per
IK1. bold by J, l, Taylor. i y
NEWS OF TEE WEEK.
CliMuiad by Taiaeraph and MaXL
i osuirtassuoN At,
lx the Heitnte nn iht l'i'h the resAlullo
rf Hi t atr VcM irti.mii for a mtnmitl to
tt'ili.irf Hi in 1 In- tin l'nsl of the rnldr pnil mm
luh. ti up ftnit iisi.mr.l n Urlv ilrlwt. Hen
m-r '"s -IivtipH i-oii.ti illicit ih nietlimU nl
lite rii)i :ii- ratilr rnii:i.in:ii(i,n Whirh trnl()
te It'i i si riii timi nf I He entile infrfOc of the
reimin l. re.inci.,,- ur prun m pnUitrr anil
In. r.-;isinit 11ml l.i tin coiimm'-r. H-ntr
r.utiih niwi kln.l.rson lienrtilf minrhlfd
w.tli Hi.- vi. v of h. nsiMf Vt. Tie tTMJliitton
n.is in. . inl- I nnil lopt.'d. ATlT pnaii(
lliulv lulls S.-iint.- wrrtt Into eirfHIhf
session. Anifinv I'i1 ImIIs i .irtwrtl thul tit
lf p.'i',l"''s tin Oir of an evf at lis pri
luciiDi itmi iiKporiuirint for 1hr toss of both
Tin- tiirifT .l.'l'iin , rontlniifd la th
lli.iis". I h1 imlv f'-ulnre lo fiillvrn It Iwlnir
p.is;u o( u'H'ir onU rn M
1 C-M. Ilrumm aiil Si.-"M. of l' nnyhrii.
'I'nr ts.-i.nle mi inn 17th m;rv l to tho ron-ft'ts'iii-e
r .rt on fh-' Hutu' hilt In reprrt ti
11n' n:'i"iir:iti c-til- itinnl eKpositUm. anil aflei
rnn'!:i!k the IVnsi.m Appropriation bill mm
piisse.l. Thn! four other Mil writ pawed
inr,. of ir.-iir'r.u j.uiihc mU'r.'1. ami ih1 Srnatf
R.inxirix'.l in-ill Mxiiilitv . After wrrwinr tc
ll citi! n tnf retnrt in rirM to the t'inr1
n.Tii i't i-t tiii nl o.p lluii"1 rrnmf. coniilT
n'trn ! Hi-' 'I'riiT lull sin) th-hate sntlntie4l un
Tur t-cmiie rot in olnn cn thf
1"th It .n s I"; ilnv In thr tlon on th
InrT ,lM1.- tl.o nrlti..rT rug lirou'ht InU
niton l. h-ihl Mr lianU:i, of iVnnrl
. -l'kf "ti'nuist th" main fea(ur of tbf
Mill ImII a ml siioii-.-ly an.x-ate.l priertlon
Mr MiKirl- v. of n:i'lr a forriblf arpa
pn-iil anuist it. )nie Mr llrerkmrtilt 01
K--!iUiv';. in a niiisl'Tiy manner (Wended th
men- jr". 1 of liu h .n i'i In- mere alien
l. n 1 listneil to I'v a vt-ry arp au.lL-noe. At
111'1 r i -etm.g .oo lhir1 -live IwllftlOB bill
The Sra'e win in sessinn on thf
! fh In tln flons1 tin tariff iL-oate rloe
irnli-i flu". lv Mr H.-..t. of Maine, aeainm
u, spi';li. r i r!itn in fa or of the Mtllk Mil
evrr a ui'nole ftpai'e in the dii leri'- anil upot
ti:e hoor LiLing occupied ti au sttetitire audi
Vrnt lit'lo busings was trTictPl Ir
tV.o S."-n'" on the vMM. A nnnil-rr of mlnoi
lulu , ,,., ,). un.! Mr Krre from Ihr Cotnnieirf
tv.n.iTutt. r, r-poriet! the Kiver aritl Harttorbil
mui nm-tnlnien:. A-tjoiirnetl In the tlonf
h, s-'ii.ii' mm 'inlrneni to the Pension Appro
priiit:oii t-,11 - r( non-vineiirretl tn antl a con
fiTiT.o "rilTt'1. M nch mne ws eonsun-e' lr
P fi rr-i 1t appn-prate comtinUees S"'nat
(.,. K. at h! iwriimii'al.-d ilurintf the tariff (le
bv.e. Ouniolionol Mr Hatch, of Missouri, thf
to e!:artfo the jsw rs nf the I'epartmenl
f A'U'iilture i'td under uspeBston 01
1 !: pi It ireiitf an eiemttve de
p.irtn-.t :.t to knun ft the D.part
n.ei.t of Airnrti'.f.ir under control of
S- - r-':i'T rf a .Tic-iit ure. anJ tranfer- th
nj(ir,i?r nT'Tr fnnn Oie ir to the new de
pr,ii.fi:t. T'ie l pion-iafc and Consular bil
j c.ir l-n-d ard passed without inater'a
an.fTi.lm- n Tlie lhtina of Columbia bill tin
rFRONAl. AND POLITtCAI-
t'lllo I'.mii eruis h.ive matte the foilowms
u. -a iet-: tVerfary ot HlMt, ltostct
Y vttc. ef Man-m l".-un'y ; J ml ire of thi
:prottit; l ourt, I.rnutu It- t'ntctineid. ol
Ho. ires County; Hoard I Public Works.
J aires Kmn.o'.i, of Ptke County. Th plat
fi.riu nul'iesel th National Admitiltrtior
avA the Mn.s 1'itritT bill and expressed
ivti.pa'hv lor IrelanL
Tnr fo;;ovv.r,? . t'cVet has been nom
riared ty .r.e A.aban.a Kepub.icana: Ucv-
ernoe, . I- fciti(r: r.'-cretary nr cuate, t.
Wxxlr.a.i: Trcuter. H. T. Fowler:
A-icivr. V K. Her. n; AuorneT-nersi.
H ('! ; rj.per.utecdeot of Education,
J M C iir
1 hi. rr:.i'j:tl.-n: cf "rtj t rrl:na ir
A'.e c-; r.ro ;:.on at lireentoro f-n ifce ITlt
f-..o State li. lt with ihe ei
pr.ir. if sc rotary t Ste and A'.torney-
l.er.t-ra . tec.eU by w. 1. H a. Iter, ct
er.sbcro. If (irernor. and Mcwe
HiiiLMil, cf KACilo.pt, lor L.euleoa&v
!!. r;rT t t t; rna'ed K L.
ji-ivt-l h-Tiself as I'tiiU-d states
Du u Utll'-t fur Juutor Ciiiifi
a'..r. tt.e result wa: White. 87-
K li J -'r.a. Btanchard, la.
A nwT ii frim Henm says: rrof. ir-
rK i.r's eiaimr.ai'n of the matter from the
neror'A throit confirm the retulta ol
hi former examination. He finds notolns
-nvir.k tli existence of cancer.
Tar Vmted l.uuor party ut Cincinnati on
.e 17th rnminatd Koix-rt H. Cowdny. ol
in i, f'-r Pre;. lent, and W. II. T. axe
e d. of Council Urove, Kan., for Vico
Ji'-rrn H. Avtfrom, who wat recently
notmrated fur Oovernnr of Tennessee by
S ate Protiiiiiitrn convention, died at
KnoiviTe r-n the ls'h. I
Wili.um M. (ikeev, avistant to Pret-
dent Incali. of the C, I . Mr. I. C rail
way, hus been appoioted general man ago t ,
ol the yicin-
Joiis KisKiy, the noted Enfflish critic.
Is nearly res'ored to health and has re
sumed his literary labors. j
Kr.v. t iisntes Katom, pastor or the
r-iirehof the Divine Piiteruity at Forty
'th street aud Kiftb avenuo. preached a i
farewell sermon on the'iu'h. He was to:
make a trip abroad With Andrew Carnegie
atid ivlfo. They expt- to meet Mr. 1)1 a ne
in London and at company bun on a coach
Hrr nrTi(T Eviim rfTT and famllr went to
M-i.roe, Va., on tho iSAb fur aweoit's recr
A Kr- rvr d patcri from Milan. Italy, re
ported Mom P-dro as convalescent.
Ho;, j. Ij. liLtiNB reentry repeated his
in'entinn not to be a candida'e before the
Itepubl c-tn National convention. Hi
friends. i:otwithtSQdinsr, asserted thai if
he were The unau'.motia choice ut tbfl 0Oia
L-utiuii he vtuuid not ref'jae.
(ir.'.H'.c W4fiit.To KwiS', member of
the Ccnfedera'e (obire and at one time
a leadti.ir Ke-.tui'kr p-jliticln. died reoenU
Jy at AilmrviUe, Ky., a?cd eighty.
1 he t'rcsijetit has nomn-aied I hotnas 4.
Fn.i'hof No-v Huinpflhlre as bolicitor of
the li.ternai Kovenue bureau.
Hestoh MkMifHsox, from the Commit
tee ou Military A sirs, ba reported favor
ably a bill to increase tue annual appro
pna'i'.n for tho molua from JU,tJu to
Cot...vri. A. W lt.so JTorri. Auditor-
G-ner. - f Pennsylvania, died in Fbl.kdeJ
puiaoc the -lt of ner-ou prostration.
MiacEIXAM KOI' a.
Jrrr lawKEMt, of Now York, aftar a
brief heu'l'ig ' n the writ of baloaa corpus
lie euse of Mr. Kcofieid (charged with
to tuif coi. earned In the deatb of Broker
Htti h j, ifrun'ed her discharge. Delanoey
Me-11 i- n'eLded that the oommittal of
Mrs. Hc-vtie.d was ft most unheard of pro
Hkvt relr.t at Fayettevilie, Ark., hava
caused an overflow of the White river. At
Alma, Ark, tho r vors were overflowing
aiid it wdb fturcd acvaral lives had been
lit -ir fai'ures iDnn'a report) for thi
sevi ii iliivi ei.d -d May 17 nuoiljered for the
t inted Htiitin, 11; ( unuda. total, Mf,
ciinpitr il with y.t liio previous week and
lso itio (.-'rreHoi)ittiV period of last rear.
'1 be villas of Z-trniuou. Pooo-rania, baa
been destroyed by tire. There waa no loaa
i VfiKK'i.T, at New York n-
hi i. vn.tr ii.s lie of the story of his
i-uiutioiia wuh Im Wife, who is uirg bun
for I. in i led d,v ro) arid alimony, said that
he Diet her in a ho isd of ill-f4iti. and as he
ivus youi-t' und ii experienced he beoawe
her dutMi umi cuiit.entid Ut a secret mar-
r.L'e. Ho uil tlie ft r.'a name waa Mary
Smith, but atio caile't i)raeif iota n aru,
Uor lum.iy lives ut Ca-uov.a. N. Y.
'In r: eisis-r UaM.mor, now heading at
CruTr,) ird, wo! pr h-ttt'.y be launched
ii J -!- 4. iu.d 'f.e S-enoj.ry of the Navy
IlilS Ijeell 11. 1'. i"i -1 ' il .Hi'. C.
VYii.i.'jix I-. f "Oi .ij:1d.j liolj, livJlaos,
c.iwliv-t. iii.iiu.ns. (otiii.d r I"lo:rr..ilia
ut i iv ut N"W Yoi If n me jjiu from bug
i.m-1 on the I'ersiau Ab nr. h.
I ! r. hi o hoiise reLi.rfiH fur week ended
M;y I.' sl..-- ed nn uvea.'. de r.rae of 11 s
i NifiiM-l vnlt l ne forrespoiiiiiKK week of
l.i--i ycur. Iu .Nc.v Vui'lt ih-: dtr leune was
A wom , wh wi r;i'i.e Wfs jf'Ven as Joaie
1 i.uns wuJi tJ ii i'-it Ciiiin itrtys at li
iilv. .N J, ui.der e.rcurii-taiicea o otll
i n-e, u.slcry, mil u it w staled
1 1. .n -l-e ( .is ,lihi Ma'-otieid. w ho became
tj-itonoiis aT h.i. tune ol tut) J'lSn&btL'tte
ti..;-. dy in 17.'.
A sinM nr.M hus tefn erected by Mij"r
li.i iinv umi vetui other frentleineD on
tliir si-of w-hero (teiii-ral Hncock fell
w-ouiidi d d irmjr li- ke't s cbarpe at Get
tvur'. It is of granite, with t totsi
he: tit id Isyht Icel t, liu tiefc. ai.d bear
iinih front t lie mti ipi ln : "Mi","'r-(an-
ei al W Jiiiiflil r;"0'l Hui'oek : V ounded
J in :i. k.i '' ami on ttie tear fate, "fcr-'t
ed ttvCi-mrHdea and rri' ii is."
'1 mo U .isi:iiiioii aueiety iilrroda f-n s? aped
in a ri.F hu'it u. Iia.theraburv. Mil.,
I'ritiiv. iiui, ct them, berry Adanii,
:f-uied hi tin ee a iU st uizu t:il. V hraiacd.
Jt,elllit wa t'ie result of bhd blo-il
'J ii k 'i:H-'a i i.i vi iical letter to the llrajd-
laii l.ji s- .-iJ.ioy oi-t'iaios ttiat nMia of the
j',biU:u i-' flu rui'i'.vnl bv his "lmess has
t'lVi ii iiiii. m.-ie iii-ii-ure thun the aUi.iliuu
(.1 ootvi-r i it Hi iil '.
1 lie. ii eat lllt-ii.rtti..rotl drill hod cap.! ol
i' 1'br.itiDii i Miti-I ut Aualiu, Tex , ou the
I'1 I: I uiiy Jo.Mft j.nrai i.s w it Leased rhe
mi. .un iilUt in tiit uit'.-ruoou. About i,tAi
tronpi. li.uk purl in thn drill.
'JuiitK small thdUrc-u ami tbclr yiaud-
mother were amolherrtt to deal h br a moke I
at Cleveland, ( re t-onllr. W I hnni
l.tets-ehyn ntl wife. Inn arrnts of the
children were n way at the lime.
Vnnn Mmdiis, Hie n-ell-hnown plor-
Wrtvht. Warn fmin-l ilnml tn hta rnntn i.n
West n Hundred and TVcntv-slxth I
street. New York, the other omniinif, hav
tnr committed siMriile by rluainjc the win j
dews and turning on Ihe gn:
Tn American HsptlU 'nbtKaiinn Hv '
cte-y ha re-elet-tCHl Ma preal lent ami board '
A mti.iniituTM attempt w-ns mate the:
other iitiht t burn the twn of An lrrnn. '
K l, Iwi) dwellinr, a kitrhrn and i"i
large stable betnu sel nn nre. The ainb'.e
were detmyed. Kxetlrtnent run h-irh. !
Tn remain of I'ral. rVrrno and Aldrn, !
theheroeaof tbeiinhat at lt(-il'nie, weie ;
disembarked at Valpuramo, Chili, nn the
Sltt and placed In therrvptnf 1t,c naval I
moaiiment in th I'laa Z-dorouvf. Sixir I
Utoiisand persons tnitk p't in tho pnie-r- i
aloa and the funeral hen r were e tnp u r
ble to those of Emperor William, of tier-
tiwixolothe lack of Bitprtmnntimis Tor '
the pay of wttnee Ihe Kisloral Court nt
Kort Hmtth, Ark., ha been oli IkimI to shut j
down and Hmpm have teen ttiv ;
cbanreit without a cent. Many of ttieei
had come fnm p'nis distant eeral bun- i
dred mile in the lit-Jiat Terntor) and were 1
absolutely dealiiute. I
Kiaa at Hiosville, Ky.. tho ottir morn.
Inff destroyed the posi-nftieo ami hlf a
doicn otbor buildinKs. L s i,int; jartly
Inauretl. " '
Pstbm J. (Jt it. chief bookkeeper for'
Dnon A Co., builders, of Put burf n, I'a.,
ha a-one to CMinida with J7,UM of tho
Kkpobt recelveit at Vuincy, III , record
the drosvntns: of Samuel Mooru by the
ttnod in the Indian I trove leree itl-trul,
and of two children or William Jehnson m
the Boy d.strtet. Two f imilies ilintf in
theSny district are unaeinuntrd for ami
Bo traoe of them ran be found. Much sic li
ne prevailed among the destitute people
from the inuudatrd district.
AnnrrtoMAi. Dtsr atctiel
1 J. H. Viscmt and Dr. Jam N
Ftrger!d were elected B sh ps i f the
Meth.-dist Church at the (enrr a Confer
ence held in New York on the iJd.
Aaoir twenty cbief and fxmmisini!era
nf various bureau of atansii. f differ
ent H'ate asaembleil at Ind an.tp.Vfs, Ind ,
ontheM. Hon. Carroll l. Wright, chief
of the National bureau and pre hi -nt uf
the organiiatton. was unable to b orenent,
and F. A. Fowler, chief of the Wisconsin
bureau, ra lei the convention to order.
Carroll D. Wright was re-elected presi
dent. Tai street cap drvrer of Rvhester, If.
Y., struck on the All the ctra of
Kxbester, N. Y., are ' bobta.i,'' each
driver elo aMirg a conductor.
A ctH.Liain ovurred recently between
a passenger train and a freight tram at C- I
net, twenty mi es f-om Harcelrm, Hpatn.
Three person wer ki led an-l f-rty wore
inj-ired. heverai of tha latter d ed after
ward. lTtranpire that the train upon f.'Meh
Kmg Milan, of S-rr a, retiiriid frein Vton
iia to Beljfrade narrow iy ecaied b-'ing
wrecked. The Hunirana i SI mist r ef i'uu
lic Works learn d of the ei'stenee of a plot
to wreck tbe train and thwarted the de
a go of tbe conp rat or.
Tat Senate tommittej on Finance ha
ordered an adverse report m the Kract ionul
Currency b IU but in ila u-v a bi I will be
rep irted reducing tbe fee upon olai notes
for lea than a dollar to one cent.
Caaaiaors containing a we.ldir.ir party
on their way to a preacn-r'a house t P. to
outh. Fa. the otbr evening ran over aud
lei a ilitie S rL Tue wno.e party were
arreatod, and the marri'd d.l njt take
Thi sene on the w-nt 'nto excu-
tlre etl o, refuni by tn -ji t . ons,.ier
be Fisbene trea'r to on r. n. Ihe
Depart me ot of Leber bill w as pas.?.l and
a conference co ninl t-e ordered. I'tie Con
vict Lab-r bill w before the House.
FaiL U n ittk sr. the Milwaukee Anarch
ist, ha been reieaed on a writ ut hatjea
corpus after betna in j:l a few davs. He
was sentenced for a year and the cvjit
seemed totbtnk the lime bad ex p red wulie
bis lawyer were flgbtinfff.tr a q -w Uia .
TaaCaoadiao rariiameat was prorogued
on the 'Jd.
Tm large Iron and machine work of the
Betmont Iroa Com piny, a' Forty-second
and Elm avnue, Ffiila lelp'oa, waa com
p etely destroyed by bro th s other ni' ru
ing, causing a loss of ' '.uxw on b iiid.nir
and macQinery end flu, -am on slock. In
sured. Don Prpko, Emt ernr of Hrazil, took a
serious relapae at Milan, Ituiy, on the tf.d
lie waa s ncken with umu yis. Ihe last
tacrament was alimniatered to him aod
bup ol his recovery were abandoii- d.
A Thai loalec with live ttoc aeaune-t
f r Louis was wrecaed on tho Iron
Mountain roswl near Lougv e-v, Aru., re
cent 1 v. bv lalll nn over a Or id if e imo a
crrea. Tne fireman was fata'ly mjurod and
tte engineer nan no n ma ieks Oiunen. lue
oatUa were terribly m-ag ed aad gd.oX
MISSOURI STATE NEWS.
3. II. Bweeney. mate on the iteami't
Hudson, wa fined '.'" by Judct Thuyer in
tlie t'nited Ktates Court nt 1st. Louis, fui
assaulting Daniel Foley, a roustabout.
Mist Ixuise bate is to jump a mile ii,
Bl Louis on the of this tnutitti. ant1
she guar ant eta not only to nmke th
jump, but nlso not to get hurt when -ht
alights. tbe is an aronaut and theoulv
woman in the country who makes that hei
Mr. Henry Haarstirk, one of the oldest
ettueaa of HU Loui, died a fw day
since. He wa born ueer Jlil-lesliehii, at
that time a part of the kingdom of Han
over, in 111. He emigrated to this coun
try with his family in the spring of 1M!I,
coming direct to Bu Louis, where he ha
lived ever since.
Lewi Meyer, a German, hivtv Years of
age, who for the pant twenty-nve year.
ba kept a notion atore iu Ht. IjOuK at
tempted to commit suicid a few iiiorti
Ings since by shooting himself in the
head. He got up at five o'clock and told
his wife that he would go dowu ami un
lock the store. In a few imuutt-s the
sound of a pintol waa heard and tlie fniu
ily rushed down atnlra to find Meyer lying
across the counter with a bullet-hole iu
his cranium hebmd the right ear.
Hobert Turner, alms Thurman, wi
arrested at Kaua City a few dnvs ag
charged wttb having Mtokn IV il limn
Riley's pool-box, containin b., from
the Phoenix Hotel at Leiiutfton. Ky.
baroam et Bailey's srreat show will open
in nt. Louis tor a week on th lust.
The Walsh Znuaveii, of Ht, Louis, went
to Austin. Tex., to parti.dpate in the dedl
cation ooremonlea of the new State ChpI-
U1 and to compete for the prize for Zouave
Mra Emma Iawreneeattenipt to com
mit snicide in Ht. Louis a few days ago by
shooting herself, but only succeeded in
UifilotiuK an tnslirninentit wound.
The mandate of the Supreme Court has
been received in Ht. Loin m tlie niH't
of closing dram-shop on Hundny, mid it
lo'jk a if hereafter tbe citizens of th
''Future (reatM would hn--e lo do th- i
Hutidny Imbibing by stealth or lay in their
Kansas City boont of a I'opuhition of
The Grand Idir-. I. O.o. F. of Mi-ouri,
Diet laat week at Kan-ax t Ily.
There will be no bookmnWin? ulloutd
tins neasoa on the Ht. Loins ra
Ht. Iuis wool receivers are imliKiiuiit
over certain misleading circtilai s seat out
to the country a to prieex ih'-re.
Kmg Hay, a colored liihwayimtii. witli
a career, was sentenced at K'iii-ii- Citv,
few days ago, to twelve yeuis' iniiii,o
nint m tlie penitentiary.
1 he Heereiary of th 'li'-a1 urv hn.-. a :
fonirresfc for ao addttioiml Hpt opri.t i. u
of Yt,iikt for the completion of the ivpaii b
on the old custom-house ut Ht. Lout, ip
cludii.g the buildiutr of an aUUttoini
Mt"ry. Tbe matter in In the hand-, of thi
committee on appropriation..
The Ht. Joseph School Hoard, ut a re
cent meeting, ordered pajier drumi n
calling lor a vote at the cm mi m Ii-j
election, June s, on a projonttiou to voii
lii.'i m Ixtuds for the purio; of ere. t
liJtf Dew achxl houaea IU Varioun J.n t- o
Jh- k Keith's trial at Kansas City on th
charge nf highway robbery resullei in i
verdict of guilty and a sememe of twelve
year. In the iuitentiary.
Fred Grafenstein eommittM snleidp nf
hi home in ht. 1jOiI a few iUvh airier by
shoitiLg bime)f through Ih hend with n
revnher. He leaves a wife and several
Mr. Olivia Jee, gRt, Loiiin Kt-1 m .t h-r
I iot January, beat her step-duiiiiit
lit nn 'V l,-e, iu aU'h tt ahorkiur inuioier.
waa fouod ifuilty y a jury of u-uuit to
UiHiin and do hodlly bu m, aud wh-i aeut
to 'ail for six months.
'1'tif inuiiicipdl aujlturltles of Ht. I.oum
are tukinif .tp W'TkTSjilo tliu eriTtjou vt
a new ( ity Midi.
'Ihe Nt. ljitla ollre force I lo ho hi
iTi-a-d xlejrtly hy ality-fHw men -oixty
palroiu"ll aud tive aeitfr-uutj.
ii. W. Mu knian wim hoimdovi-r In t u
urn of J0 at Kanaa City, a f. w d.i,
Ko, to await lli S' tloa of Ihe Cult id
btutei yraud jury. IU pleaded ffulliy b.-
f-rv Commissioner Clark Crnyernft of
ha line iiied tin mail- for fraudulent par
J nines A 1 1 man, rt notorhm rhnraeter
wrinleil tn Khmih City for bnr(rlarilnR
the reMetire of Mrs. M-irv (Hover, h year
nif", n nri.'-fed at Pleasant Hilt n few
liurhls nirn. M : "lull M- 'Juwiiu w notl
P- d and a deputy im sent from Kansas
Ctl v to le.-iire him.
A- tie M- i'u'nvry neeomniodatton
tr.iin on l'ie V:ilnsti rnttrond was rnn
niiu; Into H'. l.onti n f'w day niro,
il iru-W and ViHil a man im the
'' !' at ll'ielt Hprins, on tin Man
h---lr n--id. He wuh fttnit thirty-five
yeniot tij and bore the apearure of
n l-ilmrer. P ii" found on his body care
tl, inline of Th'imis Colliu. lndadve.
The third eremillon wan iimiIo at the
Ht. Lion- Creinntory n few days aio.
At" ut nix wiik niro Mr. KUinHfiM-hr
din, , and h.r ronuilns were emlialined
ri!. Imrii d in ttie Holy Hhrt Cemtry.
'1 h l...ily wni cell-lined ttu found to tie Iu
eet'lcnl cotidit Ion. t wii4 removed to
the en ni iti.rv ind pluced in the retort at
1" :" ..Mo. k. At twelve o'clock there
nriiiii wi-re n nm!l pile of anbea, 1( tak
In if in-t one hour nud forty minutes fur
the me to f.niMiiiie the lituly, The tihe
weie phiee.l in a ensket, hilt it b Hie ill
tenliou of Mr. Htoelir to proeuro nn urn
mu) plm-e It In a niche in ihe crematory
Ihe f'lirMi nnnn:il "prim meet In ir of the
Ht. I.M ii J..i key club beifiun on Hatitr-d-iv.
l.iy'ii. l oniinuing to and closing on
June !i. 1 he ilake mid purse nregate
sTo,oii. 1 iiei-,. will be live or more race
every ilnv. The eln-x of borne entered
nre nnmiii the best in the country, and it
h etjieci-d th:if tie-re will he a lively eon
tet a hir'e tb-hU of h-ires will compete
i'-r the ri h stnW'i and pnrse (hut are of-ter-il.
All railrond-i terminating In Ht.
I.ouis will offer a n .lin ed rule of one fare
for the round trip, the distance not to ex
ceed !'' tllilen.
H -ui'i liuht frol". have been reported.
Fir a few mnrniiiirs siueo nt Knusas
City il-.tpiyed ihe ninhie of N. N. Vln
ipo t, jut leyond the sl. k yards. Four
nnili and n horse were burned as they
t-"d iu their MnlM, but one mule man
aired lo bivitk its hiiller, and. with it h hmr
all luirued off, escnped. The lose was
The Iri-h-Amcrie-tn Lnn-pte. au orcaiil
T. lite 11 n hit 11 Iiiih hteu Hie III ittt 111 if in Hi.
Liii sIik e Jitnuary Inst, hus attained its
an-l lieroine perm aneri I iy ol gati
uid. It is a hraueli of a Nutioiml oriani-i;iti-'ti,
winch hn- (j.iHd liolif ment in the
pnnripal cities of the t'nion. It will be
known ah the IrUii-Auieruau League of
Ht. L--uU Is h'i'h king up for the couTen
ti and h.engei le-t.
The Mississippi Flood the lrntet HI nee
I KM 1 1 ItUttatrnna S.ir-er.
Q-'im i. 111., Muy IV. The irreat Hood that
now p rev ni s along the Mi-amsippl river
I a- never been e(mileJ except in Ki, Ten
day ai- water reictiid the dunger
point ut id fiom that tuno has been rising
ateadiiy ntttie rate of from four to Tour
teen inches dauy. Th Governmont gamro
now marks nineteen feet nine Inches, be
in ven inche hiirher than the Rreat
fl -xl of ls-i. Above and below QmncY
are over t 0 rpt'.es of levees for the protec
tion of fully 3i.iU) acre of land, tho most
ro lin'tive furm nir lands in the vail -y.
huuday morn. ng the aroat brouk occurred
in one of this, the Indian grove levee.
U-rln tho day two other crevasses
were made aid within a few hours
th"us!iinis of acre of wlntjr whoat
tliiit p nrniseit a yield of from forty ti
sixtv bushel to the aero wero laid
waste. Tue taruiTs had been working on
the embankment nljrht and d iy In tho
hope uf saving their home, and when tho
fl od c nn-) a niuj-T'ty of them had barely
time to stive their fund ).;, ao sudden and
overwhelm trie was tho onrush of the tor
rents, Out-Mo of tho omtmnkinent was
tfreat nv. r. a n i 1 body of water twen
ty feet deep, and as a on a a crevasse was
made it p ured throutrb the opening with a
roar that could b) herd a long distance.
Every moment increased the width of the
orevasao. T'trty homes worn deaerted
on tho uionicn'' notice from ridors who
wer sent out to gvo warning of tho dun-
rrtf, in many cane tho people being obi ijed
to leai e every thing and Ily to tho bluffs or
seek safety in bouts.
Monday tho Hnv Curto 1-voe. r-n em-
ha'ikment comm ur in? j'ist below J ihicy
and extend in south u distaneo of lifly-lour
miles, yuve way beiwuen HanniOal and
Louisiana, and tho scene enacted thn day
previous wem r p-n'pl and intensified,
Liat of the Kuntiu Itf puhllean Ieleatea to
To it k a. Knn., May Is. The Hecond and
Third Com: resiiotKil ( ouven t lonn lipid yos-
teniay cnmti eted tho elect h n nf thodoio-
ga'iou from Kunsus to tlie IU pihliean Na
tional cnnveniii-n at ( h'caKO. luecjifhlceu
delegates are as follow;
At lai u- Albert (inffln. Manbattnnt
Tboma A, O-t borne, Tnielia; Cnionol J. H
Hallowelt, Wichltuj Judge J. (J. Htrunuc,
First diitr'ct f. Inland, Jr.. Troy; J.
M. (iraybill. L-uvefi-.voilh.
Hecot.d Henrv L. A elen, Wvaudottet
Co!onoi . A. J hTison, Oarnett.
Third W. M. Junk ns, Arkansas Cilyi
Captain J. I. Itiirttur, (tlrard.
i-uur h U. W. Hcott, Kniporiu: Alvah
bhoidun, K d-Tado.
t if tn Cuptain 11. I). Laltor. Salina: Hon.
U. M. McKchron, t oneord.
h.ath . W. Wataou. Uahurno: M. IL
Hevemh A. H. Uobor. SluaJo Centre; (J.
ill' uo la ih-j personal choice of tho entire
Thro Chlidrfii Ituriitd,
Ci.CTKt.ssu.U-, May'JI. Willium Llewel
lyn and his w, fu went visaing lust evoninir.
lnuvinv tin lr three children in charge of
31 rs. tjewis, ftlrs. J. lo welly n inothor.
Hhortly before midnight thn housu eatiffht
nre and waa partially destroyed, n hen
Ihe tin in -ft had bee a eatnik'Uished l,!wel-
lyn and his wile returned aud it wh dia-
i overed that tho occupinta had ieriahed.
The children wore awod six years, lour
years aiiu eihteen month reaiectiV(ly,
Grala end frovlsinn.
Kansas citt. M-iv -).
rrra Ftrra: XX. 1j; XXX. l.e5 ti.Mi
family, l.(Al 91; ohoioe, 11.66 A1.13; fuuey,
11 7 1 7l.
WiiKAT-Notuinul; Na 9 soft winter. May,
Cohs Weak: No. t cash. 4fto hid. fit'i asked;
May, 4jc biU; Jun. 4'J-tc Bke,l: July. 4ii o
bid, bo te usked. No. i white, cash, o3c aakod ;
May. j:vc nsked.
OAia No. il cash. 'Il'ic asked j May, MISo
asked; June, Ku united July, lc bid, tflo
ItVK No hut nor ottering.
Pauin!:a lluiwr. u:Ii.k: creamier l"-i
food, luoi Bna dalrr, 14 ' Us; lur packtid
cii.tic i-jq. tua. tu in at
FHOViaiona Hums (minr euro I, 11c:
break i ( baoon, 1 w; pnoJ buut l.n; cln r
rib aiihio ftmoKe i), tn is; lon. clnur iMa
SmiA: klinulilL'r, Si. tilt aliort cle;,r hiduai B Mj
OidbH pork. III Vi ; tiorce turd. ST.. VI.
CTTi.Bllu'lii r; cown. Krfti.tiS; butchers',
:UV:l I". ; m i ni'tr, 4. j"u;i. ill.
bnr.e St miI ; kl' at '.i5:',.V Ml
HiMfS Sie..-iv ; piic Ring and klniiiua S513
a.ou; infill, w..uj.ii.
At. fnnia Muy tti.
iiill; fu'tuly, 1 in.
n. d; No. "J I el, rn-.h, flip;
:; July, Hjirvtt; UuteuiU-r,
i..l low. r; rush. V,.-; J, ,.!;,
iuoIi, IX i, Juiiu.uJ'i July,
ruont'cR Ilitt'T, firm; cwamsry, LHjjiJJoi
diiiry. Hex .-o.i. t: 'is, 1J 1 r.
fitoviHioNrt-l urn. I'urlt. mess, Ir.mi. I. ard.
I". -'.. Dry bull iii.'iH lx.i ., kiiimliii'ia, I'
!'',; Iiiim i'lura, .1-.'' 1 rii-ar nl.
te...iy u' I,'.im.
WlllMKY-llili. t 111 fl
Cth a St t .(,,; tiioifo i-iif nit If tfrr4
W 'ti'.HM, lair V KUOU, H I'tillJ. bUU'U'Ta',
hUKtP- ; fair to t.nu y, U oi,(. S .
Hixis- tin 1 1 . ; ciiolcfl li- ny nnJ li iiuiier1
teiuctiuu, w tjiij.ui; j.ai kiuA u ool u.
t;iltCfc(ir. M;iV 'A).
Fl)HH--I'. t'l' r: winter v,ln al. fc.'.i,il.
sinisf. Il rvi. '"''t-i 1 '.
Vur-- iU m l luw. r; No. V irli).
Ui , N.i 'i 11 !, '.' i.
C'oiir H -o . fio .'.''.'jC,
Oa is w. f, No. -4, uIm.
ItVL -Nu. ". UiC
1IAU1.I.V li". i, 'ltd.
l'miiii'.B Ituiii r, an- nlv: rrf'smsr?. Hi t;3jj
dir. 1'mj,-'1v.'. r-.'.s v t linn ill I.'-, ' HIj.
I 'no visions MtMi ji'iru, 111 ii 1 .i't'. I l.lii. I- n't,
I- 'ii. riliorl rib ai.ir t. Uotr. 7 'l.-'J. lr y
ait;d lioiil.i"r Iiki.i, lii 1 tihuil tlfr
bldr. ..! - I't.- - i:..
Vi' 11 in r- I ii - 1 rt llnUlm t pnn. ft 'ft
Cilll.K-M' iK iiNlh .ov, l.'ii-v, fl'.i.j..'
Hi" T, I Um4,i '(, MutkCIS Uiul fl'l'di-lh, tV' .'ii
I btif.r.e -1.. -tc
fur I-,, 1
1 Iu v.
1j. -t tlx. 1
M YntiK. Muy '
j Fi 4 ii' 11 Imil : 1 linr, I: "i""t i ; Loiiiuiun
to v.it f 1 n wi ati rn umi tittl!, I i o'k 1
I Wuui- Wt-ati u(tua.d H 'wVliO!
No. t red, Wsd0! My. sjntftnTe; June
MSt.w-ji'iJ'iiy. i'iai'i li-ccnit-er, tr-'tt
Oofttf terllned: nntrrsded mlsed. (WVwe
No. S, lVI'iiti:i'r; No. S, mdMr; May. Ma
41 o; Junn, wtHit)H4c; July, WH4'WCi No
I'aov 1st oris Pork, qnlett men t14.nnsi4.ar
for old and is.Vtl' for new. t'ut neata.
ipitet; pirklrd btllte, TSe. Iant, lea
M'tlvr; weaterti steam pot, ffn.syuj; cttjr strain.
CATTt.a-Rteadyj rnmmnn to prime nntlve
teers. s.t.-i,:.i nullve bulla and dry oowa,
Bnaae Lower) sbeep, l4.sft4.An; yearlings,
Uuua Nominal for lire pig at IR.WiCe 00,
(u'dr-zu Coll tnan of bachelor hall,
nut Mis Lou tirahnm ut C'owil
ipent timidity on mud crock. Jiu
Young nml Mr, (icorpe Hunt of Kx
(etxinr Sitrins vinitcil tho family vi
Mr. Wallacit Inst week. Henry Owen
inil wifti spent Sntuntuy and 8iiiu1a(
vetting ruliilives iu Carroll Co. War
ren Helicon nf Con ptll spent Sutnla)
with his iihkI creek girl. Mr. Hettic
Wnllnco of KxucNior Spring is tho
irucsl of Itobcrt Wallace nntl family.
Millie Cromer of Ovid accompanied bj
Misses Clara and Surah Cramer attend
ed church nt Little Union la.it Sunday.
tieoro Cotrmnn suid Isaduro was mis
tuken, bo was not throwing kisses at
thn schoolhouse. It waa the teacher,
MiMsClarn. 'J'obo liniliam will ntart
t turkey ranch in the near future.
Miss Ciitra Flint is teaching tho Bur
net .school west of 'J'aiUville this mim-
mor, she will also teach the coming
winter school, (ieorgo Collin an ot
bachelors ball snys be I.af nine bun-
I red and ninety nine chicks and ninety-two
gosling, Ccorgo Wallaco and
wifoKpeitt Saturday and Sunday ria
iting relatives on mud creek. Martin
Cotttmin Ih building nn addition to hU
Iwelling bouso. Mr. JJnncy has his
new dwelling completed. Horn to tht
wife of John Michael on tho 1 lib. a
laughter. John Toomy of Avalon col-
lego spent several ilnrg IumI week
iting bis parents near Tinney'-
(irove. Miss Ciirrie Milligim is ouitc
k. Miss Kiiima Flint will leave, lor
St. Joseph in a short time and inlund
make it her future borne. M
Jennie Kuvuuaugb is visiting her
brother C. A. Kuvtinatigh neur thi.
place. Hi nry llallield Wavs in this
vicinity last week olivine produce of
nl I kinds. Ihe Hose alley literary
society at tho Tooiuay is progressing
line. Ihe society elected several new
llieer last Saturday evening. Wm.
loom ay president. Miss Jane Tooniay
vice president, Miss Mary Tooniay
-.ecrelary. Miss Clara Mobu treasurer
tu id 1 one tirahain policeman. Job.
siivs he thinks he will need anasiist-
mit. Mr. Merit of Latbrop erected
lor the wtiu ol inn looiuav at the
I.lttle l nion cenieterv last week.
beautiful monument. Hev. liitncrwill
not preach at Little L'niou next Sabbuth
he will preiich the memorial sermon
it muviuur next sanuath. itev. Keiu
hoi 1 will preach at Little In ion the
urst Sunday in June at 4 o clock p. m.
a t:reat ni:tny oi tue larmers arc
throtiirh planting corn. Wheat is look
ing hue uiul protpccU fur a large crop.
may ti, inw. lursV.
flrldra Who Perch In Treecw
Among the Iolos of Western China
It is customary for the bride on the
woihiinir moniinff tonereh herself nn
the highest branch of a large tree,
while the elder female members of her
family cluster on thn lower limbs-
armed with stick. When all areduly
stationed the bridegroom clambers up
the tree, assailed on all sides bv blows,
pushes, and pinches from the dow
agers, and it is not until ho has
broken through their fence and cap
tured the bride that be Is allowed to
carry tier oil. Mmilar dillirullie as
sail the bridegroom among the Mon
golian Koruks, who are in the habit of
eeietirating their marriages in large
tents, divided into numerous separate
but communicating compartments.
At a given siininl. a soon as the
guest are assembled, the bride starts
oil through the compart menu, fol
lowed by her wooer, while tlie women
of the eneannmie.it throw everv noa-
sible impediment in bis wny, tripping
up in uuwury xoei, noiumg Uowu the
curtains to prevent bis iiassace. and
applying the willow and abler switches
unuiorciiuliy as he stoops to ra sm
in em. as wiiii trie maiden on the
norse aim uie virgin on the tree-ton.
the Korak bride is invariably capt
ured, however much the possibilities
of escape may beiu hur favor. Hiackr-
A Oerman carp weitrhlnir more than
ten pounds was taught iu a mill dam
ucttr Uiiugaburg, fa-
Three Kind of Kentucky Kiaaea.
Outside of tho.e kisses bestowed by
ntl'ectionate relatives there can bo but
three recognized classes of the genus
kiss as viewed from a male stand
point. The lirst comes upou your lips
as ii tney wero touched by a smooth
planed, cool and insensate board,
without life or animation unproduct
ive of any agreeable sensation what
ever, aim not worth being garnered
with the heart's mementoes of golden,
happy hours. The second is a gentle,
velvety kiss, very sweet and ul easant.
but vexatiously unsatisfying to an ar
dent nature, aim out little more pro
nounced thau a fascinating cousin
would likely bestow. The third is
such as coral, tempting, passionate
ups oesiow, lor aoout ten seconds,
upon your lips 'a lingering sweet
ness long drawn out" that not only
steals your breath, but seems to be
drawing your very soul from outyour
body. A fellow may forget his moth
er and about the time be is harvests
ing such a kiss he Is sure to forget her
out tue recollection ui that
dwarfed, honest kiss will abide with
him a source of joy, and be common
nitrate with tifuiuutf. From (Ae L'mon
A lit! nf ll newsiifiiM-rs divided Into HTAT
I 'l...1' fl'Xi IO.NH will be M-tiiuo .pUtalion
'l.'tho-i- who A:ini tlifir AjI v-it iIiil' to niiv
1 .ii otli-r In-lit-i iiii'ilitiin iir tli.jriniyh uixi
' ,L",'''..iVk M", ""' l-'r''s aet'llun uj our
t.. i I'. ItoH 1 1.1. aV O.
iu Npnu-e airt-e, Sew Vurk
Mni'firf'if. rtr-ir fur lh drug Irmrta from
Ollw Ull uritj tilti'i irli . l'rl niklprlal A Illl Oia
aii.t lilifi vi.fiai at'itfi'il'in For ie V all
f, .f rlmi iliiiwi't C'i fur Ui tlrvgglau' luiSl
tt4ak4 I ' otbar. atinufa.turc4
SiaAJaAat IM- UU&aAaV
It is now in full blat and the Choice
Imported novelties iu their large
stock is a Might worth seeing,
embracing a very extensive
line of New and Seasona
ble (Joods, from Domestic
ami Foreign Factories,
Incluiling the sunny lands
ofFrance. tireat Itrittian and even
India ami ( bina are well represented.
o o o o o o o o o i o o o o o o o o
o o o o o o o o o o o O O O O O O V
la W111TK Minus of evi-ry uV
nrriptioii, 1'sriKi.lH. Silks. I'uibrcl
l:ts, l.:i.lics mul Misses Husiorv,
l.adius I'n.l. rwvar nn.l Slioi j, l'r
pels, Trunk.., M. ih, IUj midl'hil
ilrqn t l.jll.ii.fr. W bit :.;.U I'anoj
.Shirts, Hals, (iints N.i ;.v. tar aiij
Fiiniiliin-lii.u.U. Ot Mens Mich's-
Tht- l'riw thai has been placed
on thesu t. ..O.I 3 will move them
rapiilly. l)n't fail to get your
hare. Price tln ir (irocerica and
J. C. BROWN
Cb !;:t fci SairafcsilXBfiaia
Executors Sale of Land
B lit rt K uii.l amburifv .,r tin- Nmr In
ratt-.l in Un- tii,.lfr-ii;ii..ij lAtcut.r. lyilir
U.-.1 Mill alMl l'-i;tIli. l.L wi ji.it i. A. iili.lulOM
tin tMAetJ, limUv I I .-n.. ale b) tho l'rul,U
lutlt- ol ltd) t.uiit uu lue Uv ul
I Mill -.t il, uu
FHIDAY, JUNE 1 Gth, 1888.
b'titr the ..Mitli tlt-ir nl tbr couit Imuti-111 th.
ill) Ul ltnhlllUli., K.t lo., A... l.;lvt-u tUi
Iiuuit ol : a-m. jui.i .1 j.. in. nt av, during
Hie -illnii,- .il Ui.r v 11, ut t ourt l.ir naid ruuiity
all Hit- r.i.l . 1 11 .i.u 1. i i.rtiiu.if lue
l.l I i.oluu.li. Of. ..i.m 1 ll, ,ii,J u lit l.tllow
iliK dcM-nU-U 1 . i ai., Muult tllii .tt. t. tun IV
nl Ki), st.tln uj Wi-v.nn, tu-wil ; VVt-l halt ol
ili umltm. ti t.i,ui'T .11 r. ii ui iw.'iit) iitr:.' .1
limuslti,. nit) (iin-f..;. o tunnv la.'iil) -ik(ii
Uii . audiMil 01 tn, , .i u..if ui mu m.nli
l" ui u-i -. tunii. i. ittn- li 111, ami ratiifr
wol ol hu.ix , nit-,
IMIIIHIK 1JJ J fit IU
mi l Ki timuud toiU, all mu
1 .ui- t im i,.,u 1 -,) Ul njis -. ha'auc?
lll -MIVll llf 1 -- ill Hliti lime inwvilUlt
aiillw BttL-u. lA-u-rrtu djUit-ul lx-.tra uu tu
icrtai. i u. riitMiiis4in.
I. .I'm ur tvan ill uiuiiifU.
11 )J i :: I'A INTI.Vti, a iiwi:ilt.
WlthloL ruiivrit-Lce, be ht
(uie he c.ui nivo Rood oatibfac
tion and all who trust liitn
with their woik will have It
j June iu Hint clam Kyle.
jjg'mVfc HIM A IRIAL.
FAIRVIEW STOCK FARM.
ISAAC H. ZIMMERMAN,
llUKhlJI.lt Uf '
Y r CATTLE
K.rm ... u.11. aoiU.Ml ot lullll. 1UI
du a a kick,
J XD BALL,
Attorney at Lnw,
AI1.0 rmentlnf Atoriff of Tay
wunt. Offlre In rnurt ho.i.A. Bu.i
mm promptly atlrn.trd to.
J W. bllOXWkl.L,
Attorney at Low,
Will attfni jironiptlT tn all t..it!r.o,
trutll to hit rate. ntr In building
wutn ef lb Iwmocrmt om. .
J B, HAM1XT0X,
' Attorney at Law,
TTItlp,..tiM In ill lhCnnrt of thi
urn... .... jklnxilL Krvrl-tt a'tMitirn
tir.u u. eollttUou. liUic la Ih. cuui I
JATSLOt 'K A LAVELOCK,
l!t;n:n C Lit ul Wz'x r;v'.::,
Will prrtlr In ill th court, of H.t.
Prll Ittenllon piTl to rollectioi-i.
Offlo nn.ulri, twi doori cut if tlit
. r. a R. E. ESTES,
attorneys at La-w
and Notary Public,
rittTM M la (ll l IM. cl'.TItt.
kit. I. ...IU..M. with ..romp......
A.lorneys at Law,
Will pnrtlo ) ill Ihe Conrti of tin
ltin Offl 'N. touthMt corner tquir,
tpauira. H'Nt ol Wtftion IIoum.
II. C. G ARM E Ri
Phyittimn mnd Surgeon,
0lc oTir Rj Co, Birlngi Bank
G, W. BUCHANAM, f,l. P.,
Offls stw rWrlnrt Baak. RsMnoQk,
terper South tnd Htisw sts 4-r.
Hiring idded thi New Roller PrnctM
i in now turning out i quwllrv el
lour unxirpaioed. Flour ex.'h.ugea for
belt. 8itUfiotloi (uirintied.
J. R. HAMACHER ft DRO.
(Out Neldermerer'! old Ham!) t ;,
flioc to git in e.. j th.Te, 1 KOUll ".;..
too or 1 neit hiir cu Try Liu. g
Om 4oor iut of Uncbea' R.nk.
FINE LIQUOES !
Dealer In Kentucky Whiskies, Bran
dies iVc. Would H.sk the ulcejitiou of
the people uf Uay eout.lv, W the lul
towtug urinds ot lino liuoi', bold at
Uie low priuei atluched.
Mclirayer Whisky ii yeaia old i.uo
MayUeid Wbmky yearn old :'!
Silver 1 reek Whisky a years old SM
Fine Ky. llourouu 2 years old 'IM
I'iris llourbon 1 years old l.iu
Virginia Apple Hrandy 4 yrs old il.60
Ail kinds of Caliloruia Willis lioui
Sl.oU to ii'M.
ja -j Jt3 Ji'. .z:.stz
All tfoouatf uaraiilutril a. luiudvuieu.
I buy my goods direct from distillers
tn Keutucay and 1 am thus enaoled lo
compete with Kansas City and &t.
Uoods mrely bond and scut ttilli uu
charge for buxlug.
Address or Call ou
Cor. Public square. Lexington, Mo.
I Lave twenty head of tlior.
oughlired and grtido GAL
LOWAY LULLS and -Heifers-
A.11 of whicb. aro ready
for breeding purposes-
I alsoliaveafew guod horses
and mules wlii jli 1 would sell.
Any one wishing any of tho
above named stock, would do
well to seo me to got prices aud
see stock, near liusselville.
It S. A. AVOOLARD.
This old Kncllsh Family Hrdicinn !n
ne fur hll years, all over the r,orld,
for llile, Inditfintlun, Liver, ins, -
Cf Pure Vegetable Ingredients.
FREE I ROM MEUCURY.
Uulultfat lli.i Mont IlirtcL
Chicago, Burlington. Fort Madin n,
Keokuk, Hannibal, (Juincy,
AND ALL POINTS OV
chicaco,.- mm i cut:
rarmingtou, Milton, i : 1 . . 1 1 l i 1 I
Moultim, Mendota, ruiotiville, Milan,
Urowning, Liiitieus, Laclede,
AND WAV STATIONS
Close connections are made at LACLEDE
With trains of the
II. Ac NT. .1. It. It. .
enabling passengers and fmtbtto
reach all MliMiuri Klirr ...;uts.
KAMH.IS MVt MI X 1( 0 ( (il.i.KAiiO,
and the NOl 1 II W l.M'.
This is thn llest l ine by which to reach
HT. TAl I, MINNKAI OI H,
hl'lItlT LAKE and the Mllil 1 SI',
and at ltur I liurlon
niak es close con nee' .i1 n f '.r
C.'lilt-uu'O and IVoW A iirh
uild Ihe AI'I.AMIC-M'.AIlO.VliU
L'sreuially uoted fur T.v l Etock
E una Jo CHICAGO
Vnr li.fni-iiiMt inn iLlniIlt, t lifl It 11(1 I Kit
TON KlM I U.C.llI Ull HlliUt Uf UiKtll HI.
t I m.m IIUHHI-Il I'ltlOlt.