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DtMOCRA 1 1 ' A11()AI. 1IIMT.
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of New Voik.
Ktn Vice riiriiF.X7,
ALLKX li. TIH UMAX,
Tot Congrpts third district,
A. M. l).K KKIIV,
of lUvit-fl county.
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Democratic Frimarics For
August llta, 1888
The lVmncnuk- ottT of t lt town
ship in li:iv cimly, ittv n- jiiou-'l ti-aai-mliic
ut ciip j'iiu-f iu Uu:r rrpic
live towulii, on
Sati Ki'Ai. Am. I -T IIth, l-
lit M o'clcsrs, Ji. III., lr tlur piiTjK'n ef
elfdiiiL' ilrlr(;:it t h cuwuty (-quviii-t
ion to 1h lit'lt in liuhnioinl. Aupt-i
J;(, 1 at 1" a. in., to -kcI ix ii le
gates tu tht'Statt- con, LMitiuii to bv ht-lii
at Sprmtirlil.W c.liH-!rl;y, Au;u-t l.'tL
ami six di It f iiW to itiu Mult
canvention to Ui tu-ld at JiHYrsou C'itj
on WeUnileilay, August 'j-J,
Tbe voting pi art's and nutul. r of
delegates from vtu:h township wi.i bi
te follows ;
li-(Utes. mlDj; j.iwe
ti. Know ii If.
The voting at tavli place to le done
by ba.lut. tut- puK? to iv kept open
from 'I o'clock p. ni until sunJoan
Bv order of Cuilntl I 'umuiittve at
meeting .liily '.'.MIi,
Al.KX. MAll LAND, Chairman,
J. V'i'ANi,H Ain. Si-iTrllirv.
ArrKi'lNu to t!iat -t'ite j.lcer
plover, (ov. Mnr iiou. Majnr 'raii'
cis iulilizcd thn-f more countte tast
wefk, Butkr, Cedar ami Ilunkliu haw
ing instructed for hiiu.
The lill doe not make a Mp
reduction in taxation. )ut it it- a ntvj
in the right dirt'etiou. Wfl want cheap
er oioiaing ana we want to ioj tin
heavy a.-cumulatioa cf aioin v in the
kaiu alli, rui piirriv .iaor 1 rnn-
ci is eaining on thf-puK-riiatorial iioni
inatioiu 'J'hn-e more counties. JliuJer.
Cedar and J)unkin ictni-t-d for him
lat week. 'J hat i. what we call uo
IV r. hoar that frank A. W'eiunT. the
popuJar representative from (.entry
counlr, a candidate for railroad com
missioner. Jle is a gentleman of ex
cellent (jualiiu-aiioiis and would cer
tainly be a :ood man fur the placa.
The democrat, of tiie 4th eourtf.
siooaldiHtrict re-nominated C ol. James
K. Burnea at bu Joseph, hr acdaiua
tion last week, and of course he will
bere-tdecled. 'J here is not much di.-.o-aition
amonff dimocraU in Missouri
to change congressman this year.
The editor of the it niralia (,uard
Bpeakt of tbe red clovr candidate fur
governor and bis "pole, cat'' allv.
understand the red clover eaudjdu to
UdoT. iiorehoiiM, but do not know
for certaiu who be referb to a. the
pole cat" without U a. litUv Jonm
We believe little Juhny trover la w
tbe bottom of all such mud throwing
a tbe lr. Jioru.-by atliidait, and unh
men who will run oil from a town to
escai their creditors would be guilty
of uiicb a direputabie act. An honest
Hi an would acorn a propouiijou to al
low the um) of biii name lor Mici. a
The fumon of the democrat and
greenback of Michigan on a btate
ticket and wtale ele-ctoral ticket, tae
that mate out of tbe republican column
and make it exceedingly doubtful,
with all chance m favor of tbe fjj-ion-liU
uoceeding. VicuUbin is also a
doubtful I talc, and even Iowa in by no
loeam safe to the republican. Tbe
republican leadeii hud o many doubt
ful states, that they arc put to the.r
wits to cover the ground.
The KepVbiuaa benaie M-ems to be
having a ftenuu time of it. i ue Aliiif
bill for the reduction of taxes Lm u eL
panted by tbe .Democratic house, auu
tbe Kepublicans must low either re
ject it, or oiler a substitute. Just here
is where the trouble come in. X b-
claim Uj be in favor of a rev isiou of tht
tariff and the mem ber from the wei
re thuroughl) iu earnest in this propo
sition, but if the wei is j.ieaed the
cast will not like it, and betweeu tht
two sections, the party are hopeless
divided, ail of which insure the. re
election of Cleveland.
On tur. tei-y du thai u.e ieu;ad
ncirnat.y made an ai)id.iwt at KnaK
t ily, that i. li. rrancis wtla a g.mu
gambler and dealt only in imaginary
grain, the linn of . li. f rauei-A iWo
til St. IvOllis. bought ,'KHi.tf h bushels
of actual ca-h gram f.-r export, the
purchase bonding n,,- l(-u.4. o( H ,i(.a,
up Jf cents on u)t. bushel. This tr
was published in the coimneK iHi col
umns of the daily paper, in hi. Wii
at the time. Tun while i.Jov.-r's
IKKMiie organs Here printing a faNe
arlidaiii. ma te by u man w bu ran oil
from Carthage to evade a, rr. iluoi
thfliruj to wbu h i It 1 iirn,fc i... !,.,,, r.
was making a pu. ,ae ti.ai in.-n
the price of t-vny bu.hei of wb-.'M in
AlisMiun iur.her commt m
wttuld be upert!.itu-.
Mick a pin here: M.s-i.ri ha- a
largr kchool fund thuu any other state
iu the t'uiou viccpring iiia.
Owr in Col. C. 11. Manur' i'itrict
few fipirniit for pn-f 'nnent
rrawlfd out of tbi hrmb and therr i n
prosprct that he will havp mall tight
for a renominntion. Kd. IUtNt, of
Trenton, ha t-en nuninf a rae f
rongri'ional Itch, ftr pome timp. nnd
it hh got him to tbo point w here hi
ha grow n desperate and mvist do some
thing. Kecently he made a visit to the
strong ltemocratic counties in thf
o:iih part nf the distriet, otensillv ir.
the interest of Col J. 11. Shanklin for
the Kansas City Court tf Appeal, hm
in ronlit y to work up a boom for Kd
Hartwr for Concrrss, if such a thing
win Kssihle. After consulting with a
few of the dignintlrd in Carroll. Char
iton and Randolph counties. tbe scheme
was hit upon to get a local candidate
to tuiounoe in each one of these coun
ties, nnd work up a delegation agsint
Mansur. while HarU-r would cotmMo
she front and get what strength he
could in the north part of the ditrict
and at the nipreme moment, ail this
:renrlh was to te cnibiued againt
Mansur. and HarN'T given the nomi
nation. The scheme i a nice one hut
it wont work for ten reason, the tirt
one ol wincu is mat u win oe ininin
lacking in c.ppnrt from the lemoTatii
of the ditrict, which reiid-ni it iinncc-
arv to ta,e the other nine, the lirt
reason being vufl'icirnt. Ni f:ir oul
one man na oten Tfuni to opcuiv nn
noijiice hini'elf in favor of Harticr't
tc heme, nnd he is Chap CrawUy. of
Chariton county, and Chap, has Ixvh
;i standing candidal for anything in
ignt for the iat twenty -live year!.
Hi ncihNrs tell u that he could not
carry his own township, and he cer
;aiuly will have the united opjHMitie-n
f the democratic press of hi county.
senator 5 bree. of Carroll, who ha
oeeii relied on to aid in tbe scheme i
not cuthuiaiic. and when we saw
him en Saturday evening last, was un
decided, while A'.ex. Waller, of Kan-
pb.w tio w a- t j pu i i Hal oer's ln::g-
in that county, has not t been heard
from. On ti.e whole we believe the
ppoitKiU toMann.r wil. end id iuom
and be will be renom. nated hv ace iama-
tiuu. Kd. llarber is a preitf clever
follow, but hn hat don't set rigf.t fr a
The Times republished an a:vd;tit
i the etlect tiiat Minor tratui- is a
gamoter in grain, li s peei. atu
Hon 1 caiie.t to ttws sworn ?ta!emeht
and if the facts are no", true, a ai.eg-d.
De ougtit to appeal to tCe COUH? It-
give bim a certiiicate ol character it.
the shape of a judgment aa;u-t The
Time. Kana Ci:j 1 .iSfs
The Times labors under the Je!i:l n
Oiat ilawT irn:u;s n afl. i to ro
tice every irre-pHn-iMie !v;u Uat !.o
bob up U thruw mud at him. A- we
have Wore stael. the a:hdavit rtf-r
re 1 to. w a made by one lr. John A.
Horn-by, w hu ran oil from Carth.ige.
Missouri, iti to avoid his cre-lj
ors. lie wa kncu tfjere a? ft "bluw
hard-1 who prf?sei to le the poe.s
or of much wealth, B"he vf waich ever
materialie-L I is only ."Uch cattle a
Hornbv that dlover s tool cau use
for their dirty work.
It is- well sett'ed that Johnnv i!ov. r
is a ivignaeious little cuif nothiny
eKft. He wis the author 4 the letter
publl-hed in t:je l'"'t-Iipatciit a few
year ago. which caused the kiliine of
CoL, A. W . Siayba K. bv John A I'illon,
litor of the ro:-D;patch, the details
of which are familiar to newpa;.er
der. T herever he g'e he usually
nuceeed in getting a good lot of mud
circulation. He gave u a little
re-l, while deft-ndirg himself from a
lander suit in M. Louis, in May, but
as hood a he could get a few week of
liberty, he cl the Kansas City Time,
and numerou- other mud mihs, that
he controls in tbe State, vigorously at
work, throwing mini at Francis- It is
thought by M-me that if he w as elected
governor he cuuld not content himself
until he declared war between Missouri
and some neighboring stale.
Whi. a n me greater sin I r a
man to rlk his money in buying and
belling grain, uf to get behind the
door and rUk h: money on a game of
cards. l-. li. Francis buys th farmers'
grain at the market price, ships' it
abroad and run the risk of getting
mure than he gave fur it- (jo v. Mora
hou gets together a few friend in a
room, starts a game of poker, and bete
h:s money on tbe run of the cards.
o one who U posted denit- that he
dves this, yet L friends wink: at such
conduct aud think there is nothing
wrong uj it, but hold up their hand
in holy horror, when they talk about
Francis as a grain gambier. There is
no consistency in tbi. We prefer a
man who does a straight, legitimate
business before the world, to the man
who Will so ea.it behind tht: door and
by the turn of the turds eudtavor to
secure the money of others.
TitL Republican Senate will have to
face the music now as they can no
longer ddge the issue. The Mills bill
far the reduction of taxes, is before it,
and cannot be put aside. A d&ngerout
surplus is bemggathered into the treas
ury by useless taxes- The Democratic
lower boue of Congress Las passed a
verv moderate tax reduction bill, that
will remedy the eviL The Kepubli-
cans must either accept or reject tin
Id, and as they have nothing to sug
gest in iu, Head but a bill removing the
lax from liquors uf ail kinds, they are
in a dilema- The .Democrat demand
cheap clothing, and the Uepublicaus
must either accede to tbe demand or
give in its stead lt whisky. Which
shall it be?
What faith can we have in a preach
er who will d. fame his opponent
character fruiu the stump, and indulgt
iu t.'.e bitterest personalities - Centra
You can have all the faith in him
you want, as an e niuiit-ary of the dev.
H. for lie i- certainly on of the di-ei-ple-
of old alaft. A man who prole...
s--s tu (h- a chriatiau teacher, and vet
notbiidletb hn tongue, is doing vio
lence to chriMinu charac ter, and is a
good a dii-ciple as the devil wants, be
cause he get, in oo,i rk for him.
Away witli all political preachers.
They are a millstone around tne iiuck
of the christian religion.
Tne teiii'M-r of the MMmri democ
racy i-. plainly shown bv the etitnu-i-siasiic
r. c ption given John M i. lover
rvt n where. Kan-a ( jty 1 mi.
Ves, they ure all glad to mi Johnv.
hut hit far he ha oidy i:cce. de.t n
carr ing one u.all couniy in the Multi
part of the mate, and out of about N
delegate selected he can count onl)
one iu hit favor. Yes, the reception
Tht Vote ol TwrMvltoM Counties Tnst
Hart Selected De tatcs
Ttie State canvK Is growing jiiitr
interesting atul D. K. 1 rancis propecls
grow brighter each tlay. Below is a
correct showing of how the delegates
Mand as far as select nd, on the tiestion
of who shall bo our next governor.
r e n r
2 o r c
rape (iirait't h i
I'ike . .
Captain C. I.. K-Tirtg.nn.' of t ie niein-
her of tht ConL'i'e-ion,il coinniitlee
from l.af:iette. h:s very de. lded views
m tlie poiitieiil -mixtion in hi-county :
T N-heve tiiat dlovcr will i arrv l.a-
f:tv ette e.mnt v. " he -:id. a. I h. tugli the
i-nty i -plM up N'tween Inni. More-
tion-i' and ( la iH-rne, and 1 regar-l
lover a t'v f;ir tio- tiile-t man in the
Tttee. and if the Driiiiwralic patty is
looking out for on u of nraitts tiiev will
nomtnate (.lover for governor, r runci
may have ome foi lowing m I.afavette
but' I d"H t klnMf where il i-. He l
not o;ir kind uf a Dei.iott.il."-' Kaiisii
v. itv Times.
A-.d -- the Captain" think tlrs
-n:y i- for (ilov r, iloe lu ? l hink.
the county i split up U tei-n Moie
housc. Clitioome an i iilovnr. Well, its
ry evident that the Captain ha- talk
ed wi'.li only a few old cronies of hi-.
and, too. t;io-r cronies who are in the
imbit of siieiv.iiig when he take. snult.
The f:ct of the lu-aiess tiiover has
no f illowir.g at all, unless we count
that which e;st b,it m the Caplaiu's
heated, imagination, t. Ia.Lorne. More
house attd Kratii. w'nuiu the Captain
ignore, eaeii L .s Li- frit rid and sup
pirte:. We tr.:-t It the -ue of the
C.i;''..i:n' rt'j'U at:oii a- a political seer
that be h;" t'et ti in. t:n.;.'i And aVove
a'.'. Mr. Krt::.g .!.!- tiiat ihis it a
L.-i:eur ci.-:nitv il.:::;ii'sv;;ie Ad
Th K.-p:.--.lai.-a:e l,..iiHt l."t and
c'd oti the t 'iiii- raii-: ','i .-ton all
ovt-r the coi.ntr;., ju-t a- il uiti their
purpoe Tn ,:iL':i;ti::i they are afraid
of loiing the (f-rmau votc and Mavor
mitb has ri i- d to revoke the licen
se of aloo:i wiiere the law has been
violated The Law and t'rder League
are now coii,idering the f- aibiiitv of
tryir? to secure his iuii'achmtnt. X
La. It (entt-riiig Kii hmond cd iter's
sanctum 1 should like to tinJ out,
ir. Something about the condjtion of
Kditor "Welt, ma'am, at present
we are well supplied with potatoes and
cordwood. but a new air of trotmer-s
or a spring over cot would be quite
acceptable. Burlington Free l'rcs.
Do you know tiial .Mi-.-ourl bonds
command a higher premium than those
of any other state in the I niou
1 he Columbia Herald teeiiis to think
it ii a great crime, a downright treason
to the party and to the publie, to op
pose the re-election uf henator Ve-t.
We know of no tenure by which Mr.
Wit holda il.i i'-rty uud-r obligation
to him Kvery obligation that exists
it tbe revcr-e of that- But for the party
Senator Vt'ftt wo '.ad have beeu un
known. And, now tiiat it b.u bouori d him
for veart, will the Herald point ouL a
single measure be has originated, a
siugle service that entities hiui to spe
cial diiiinc'.iou ? He ha.- Ieen in Con
gress for i ear-; he has had every ad
vantage of experience and po-itiou: he
has been thrust forward by his party
and given positions- heigiits from
which ho could have surveyed the held
and planned the campaign and the bat
tic, the details and result.-.
But where has he ever dune it? Fx
cept in Missouri, lie ha uo such r pu.
tation as tbe lleralu's article would in
dicate. The Democrats of Missouri are
about tired of worshipping brazen im
ages, if ."senator 'est so essential
to the welfare and iaieity ,,f n:s par
ty as that paper's article intimate-, It
will be eay fort to show the fact, to
show how, where, when and by what
means Senator Vest ac;iiitid actual
property, or eveu a lifetime lease hold,
in the senatorship fiom Missouri.
It il time to quit talking ucn twad
dle, benater 'esr's claims upon the
party are bis services iu the Senate,
and these are not so marked, or so in
dispensable, as to entitle him to a life
tenure in iu The success of Demo
cracy does not depend upon Senator
We are making no war upon him;
but we do mean to repudiate aud tluiit
that silly and dangerous idea that the
liiumphs of Democracy ar- dependent
upon Senator est, or an; other Sena
tor, representative, or even president.
The party owes Senator Vc-t ahsoJaie
!y uothi'ig: he owe- the party absolute
ly even tlnng. Jt is tlus partv, not the
senator, who must dictate t rm,
Benton, the giant iu intellect, vva
overthrown for rung to be -tiongei
than his party, ami tl Little i.iant"
-very littie a- eompared with Benion
- may Jearu a le-on li oiii tle ol J Sen
'1 hii liian-woi -hiping idoialiy i-thr
eur-t. of Aim rica.il potiiien, und we un
surprised to -e so a-lule a jotirn.t) li
the Herald giving place to seniimcnt
nol above lliu dignity of tin, ( fMjjijion
Neither Senatoi e-t, i.,r :in', o!hi
man, can aiack the pari) vvhipitn-l
play riiigmater in th- le.Mr,' r-.t.. , j..
eus. und an all mpt lo uo so .i . ( v ,
ti.i.e Hi ilt' V .la'jie Ut.-l e , i ia-l o:g
ovcrthiow. J be parly n !, , .ltl,i
ilroiiei and wi-ertiinn any 1 1 i j . ; . . i . ( )
and this le-soll Ija-. been h.ofrem ,-',
emplius.l-d not to he M co;-ui. n b the
disliiigiii-h d geuti.-uiau fioiiiBone
ville. lie is a w-rv i.ni. not u lord- a
en a' .;ie, hvi ftolca'-ot Avij, i, Moi-lloi,
KEWS OF THE WEEK.
Qlaanod by Tolojrrwph and Mall,
Thk Pofintu on the lmh had nndr eon
st.l. mi leu ttif. bill to admit W Mhlnsioa 1r
runry Intn thr I'nlnti. An tmfiwtnipnt ws
eTr-rril to Inrltntr In ihm nrw HOOc portion of
Mnho. 1. nOinir centiilntlrtn of th bill the
H.n1i went info cn.'ciillve sps-lott anil th
S'lJotirrpU Ho,m sftrr mtlnir ths Honse
win inlo I'linniilltfp of ih Wholf on thf Tftrlfl
Mil nr-.l ftfr roni(tfnn It ntn time and
S'l'i'O'ifr fxrnl rtinimitl mnnflnirnis lbs
e'nimif np nnd thr tloiiss s1)mirif.
Thk Henstf on the Ptlt pl a numbtr
of I ill, rwrwtiff ttifm a hill providing for u Ad
dition nl in,- of tlis Hupn'm Court of a-k-io;
stix-tiilinir the set of IMN as to postal
frlnii', I lunar hill supplpnienisrv to the I'solflo
HsilrOBil sets, rr-milnutr th l'sclflo rds to
mnintntn siul niirnto trtrmph line snd to
slonl rgnsl fniUitfe to sll (vmnwtltif llns.
A flora lengthy espruttve srishtn. ths Hn
sttjiMir Ml. . Aftor rtlpoint of nnimportsnt
im-ififM. tho IPimr. in Oiaimitlf or ths
W hol. fsiimw roiiltrrlha of the Tsrtff
ill. Mr. Spring-, of till not, mn.h t spora
m fsver of tin- ftv wool rliuw- of thr MIL i'oo
"I'Mt on of thf hill mm riMoplftsd sttd It wu
reinrtd to th House lih thr roomaiw1
tln Ihnt It pa. Hv a rote ot 141 yeas to M
nny ihe llonsr rrhied to pss ths AlUnlova
PnHir Mniirtum lil) ocr lht frvsidrnt veto.
At ihr im e-nlng rion the ttllt passed reqilrinf
tiiat t ti srmv he pant monihl) whenever 1h
P'-rreturv uf War miiV so rttrert. Adjourned, I
Tint S.-nnte on the li1h. after paining a
piiiic nuiMitiff nui ami plaoint the Naval Ap
pmvrli'ien Mil on the rlniiar. went Into e-p.-itite
rmn to cenliler the nomination of
Melville W. Fiilli-r lo te fhlef Jutle of ths
R'ip'rnje t'.mrt. When the doors wr re opened
It ws uii.1erne(1 that the norrtnatton hsyl teen
rentlrn ,eU lv s vnteof 41 lo :0. inl1rratlonot
te tu 1 1 to enforce the Ch'new treatr was eon
tinvieij nn'ti al1Jl'JiIl)n,. . . The first business
le'i re the Houn1 a the hill comtnfrorer fmra
n--M mi nf the (1st fsefore approprlatioy
f..M mi to Statf hiine'd for disahied nolJiera,
T'ic hill, whi. ti w.i s St-nnte hill. Anally pasted.
The einff r.-nee report on the Hirer and Harhor
hiil pn-si nteu and arrced to. At the eren
lliu HMkni twenty (our private petition bills
In thftKenateon tbe 21t the hill to re
tmhur d t.isiiors In the FVrdman' Ifank
w is pnt il. It appnpnste t.'ioi The
V-sh. rv treaty n ilien taken up and Bena
tr Tt l er i.ke in opposition. The eVnsts
tti-n tin-ik up nnl panej a aumner of brlJe
h U si -I adjoiirned until Monday... In
1?ie Hone prompt It at II .V o'ctork
ttio T.e-iT Mil u called tip and
Mr. Mi.; apoke at lenirth la
il favor, at iheeonoiutlon of ahlrhthe prevtout
qiit -tmn ii onit-n'il nnd tlie lull putsml by HIS
nve to H nnv. Me ra. Howden nd
Hlidi iN Y.i. IVtnovrata. voted at'Kltit the
Mil. atirt Filch V i ami Nelon iMma I. Re.
pLil'lu:tti. v.iinl lor the hill Ths fo'ir tnde-p-MiiU-rfs
ali voted for th Mil. At the even
tr.g r"lon the hill to pro Ide for th al;adlca
1 1 "H sr.d psyment of Plu'tTS for Indian depreda
tion wa psn-ed. and the Houp atoiirned. 1
I the Senate on the tMd the conference
r'lNrt on the Btver and Harbor bill wat pre
srntfrt ai.d agreert to. The Fmhertas treatT
its (hen Takrn up tn open rrioo and Ssnatora
I'aTt and Htewjrt spoke tn opptttioo. Ad
jL'urncd In the Houn the fnate blli to per i
feet tne quarantine service of the 1'nited Plates
i tuken up and puse i. Dtitrlct of Columbia 1
bninrt orciijneil must of the "-Mslon The j
cvifercnrp rejort on the bill requir.nf the Ha-
f'flc remit to conitrm-t and operats separate !
tr-kraph linrs wa presented ami axreed i
siJ lUe Houte aljourii4.
rr.RSOXAt AND POLITICAL "
Oexkhal Uin tAorR it making rapid
prore towards recovery. Friends w ho
have mnda nj-eehos In Axdeche in bvhaif
of Humlancer have teen reeeired with
preat hntility. When M. Laju.Te at
tempted to address t. meeting, bis voice
wa drowned w-itfi groan and bianea.
The Kmperorof Germany and the Csar
of" HusEla met st Cronitadt on the IWh.
Tub President has rcjfiiif-d J. J.
Hartfiiek a Vice-Conmil of the Nether
lands at r-t. Paul for th Htat of Mtnne-s-.ta.
and N. B. Borden. Consular Agent of
bpain at Kenmndma, Fia.
The Senate confirmed the nomfnstion of
Melville W. Fuller for Chief Justin by a
s-oteof 1 toj.
Edward P. Hob, ths novel ft, died sud
denly at Cmwall-on-tb-Hudson. 5i. Y-
ontheifnh, aged flftv. He was bum at
4New Windsor. Jt. Y.
Cam. HHKfXKR, the be-t known artist of
loumville. Ky., died rwently of Bright's
dieae at the age of forty-nine. His first
picture of note was eihiMted at Pblla
Uelphift In Ir'O. He left a w ife and sight
The Wa-hington rnt says that tblrtf
meiulers of the Hmiae of Hf preventatives
are converts to the Henry George sing la
land tax iclta.
P. xt ha trains out of Washington on tha
'1i carried away a (jreat many t'-ongress-oieu
ahd it was thought tbetti svould itiS
te a quorum left. Now that th Tariff bill
is out of the wny member of the House
are not disposed to linger in Washington.
The Pope Is reported to have protested
to Kismarck against the German Emperor's
proposed visit to Home In OctoL-r as an
act of Hostility Uj ths Vatican, the Tope
claiming that bets the oiuy rightful i.uer
The posHaceof the International Conv.
right lull at the present tension of Congress
IS ounaittereo extremely ilouhtful.
A mshati H from Hanttago de fhlll savs
Umt United Htatei Minister Kotierts has
teii stricken with paralysis and his phy
sician pronounce his cas hopeless.
l'iiii'rT Clevrlasi) on the pid sent
spt eiai message to Congresi btghlv comi
nunding the work of the Civtl-ttemce
The President has approved the at for
B hridge a'Tiw- the Mis-ouri river. Iietween
Cliiv and Jackson Count the act fur the
relief of General G. Ciueret; th act pro
vniing f jr the na!e of the sit? at Fort
OiiiHha. N b s and the a-t in regard to the
funded debt ot the Territory of New Maxi
IfKKMTt and Vienna journals state, on
the strength of rejits from a Kuian
source, that the Czmj may perhaps approve
the inde p-ndenee of tbe Balkan hiates,
They say the Oar is willing to make such
a concession to Bu'garia. hut that Prince
rerdiuand must leave tbe throne.
t he t. otiifni-sin appointed to negotiate
w 1th the Indian for the uemng of a part
of tiie Hioiu reservation in Dakota began
work on tne vutn. I be opposition was re
ported grow ing.
hi ru.Kot-GrvEhAi. HAMii.Tnx, of the
.Marine H"pital Service, received a tele
gram at WashintrUjn on the -.d. stating
tt.at there wre neven cases ol ysllow fevM
SI riant t.itv, ris.. that Oar.
Thit L' lilted htMtet Circuit Court at Hew
York has decided that Her. Waiiioi War
ren is a contract laborer. Tbe ca will
probablv )e appealed Uthe Supreme Court.
Tna grand jury of Crittendan County,
Ai k.. b, utiies th colored people for be in
lliu i-'ise oi tne recent race trouble.
i'UE ecnpsfc he moon on the night of
the JJd was ohserved urni.r v: j favorable
conuitions. especially in tbe eat.
Clxakino house returns for tb week
ended July 21 showed an avsrags increase
of l'J.B compared with th corresponding
week of last year, in Hw York the la
crease was U.i.
Amihicisj semritles wers In demand
nd 'iiscoutit was easy on tbe London E
i lisnge during the week ended July 21.
1 he bvrlin huur.e sIiowsmI a frsvtional ad
vanes m foreign securities, fianxfort was
quiet. At Paris ths bourse was report4
At Auburn, X. Y., recently City Htree
BupMi-bitendHfit Robert Wallace was ar
retted, tliaigc-d w itn refusing to give em
ploymeut to William By an, an honora
bly disehaiged olditr. The charge was
brought bv a committee of a post of ths
G. A- K., of which Kvan was a member.
Focr hundred reikis attacked a village
rear Wady Haifa the otner day. Colonel
Vu.jdarit after severe fighting, repulsed
ttieiii, inrlichiiaj were loss. Twenty vil
lageis weie kiiled or wounded.
A Bo ilk a eiplosion at Tell City, a
Evansviile. Ind., killed Charles Meyers, a
ai-.ier. The fireman, Wllhain UcKmley,
Mjts (mImMv infilled.
NiviziiAL, inlnert ftra rTonyl to bsv
perisiie'l in tlis Hidden 'iraMis bn It
Hnin South, thirty unle at of Auburn,
t i. 1 lie cuiie wa a Hr.
1 wo men were killed and two fntally In
jtoe.i i.v m K-ier t-xplnnitiii in the etal
-hatt-of WiiiMuist ilos at Hetidersou,
For in i t. lumlu-rmeii are reirtM Ut
lm .u k-i i-hed in ti.H MatUwan rapid
neiir 'tu H'vors. ijn-. 't he party at
tempted to shoot (he laj.ids in a drunken
'Ikh tinlnuien werw killed ty a oolllshrti
'in Hi.- .Nor I oik ft Hi -ten, isilioad near
l. W II li, ( if, H .. reeeilH v.
11ns. V h. Jt.nr, Ijer daughter and two
gland' liM-lini weie drown.) r-mtly lu
tiic l'.,(J'Oik pond, iichi Bio..kfteid. M-a.
U.i I..L ...e. I.. I. ..I,.. ,l u ..o. t
t i.itt.iu..'ri. ei,i, . if-eiitlv on the haul'
1 . nit. -fe. . i, koi it - Georgia. 1 tie ftHri- I
. i.e.t ui.'i ro. nmn we,, (.tally injurs. 1 he ,
mid H-1..I pHin-ev, two
tell into I lie Allegheny in
. 4'., the other du and
i ii voung m u were thought to Imvo
'tiowiie'l in Luke Mtunetoiika on the
I hey weie out sailiiig the lught
. i . i . . 7 . :
Tna International slnEt aenll reentta, at
Plea nire Iteach. OnondnKA Ink", N. Y
was won ly John Termer, of Mi-Keesrwirt,
In Just twenty minutes, his boat eritssing
th finish three lengths ahead of th other.
TenKvck was cond and 11 a in in captured
Tot a thousand fiou fndinn campe1 at
Cheyenne agency on the i:idt waiting to
ti-eat with the Hioin Commission. A visit
among them revealed the fact that they
were genera Hy opsed l sigtnng the
Hioiix , nt iRMst one-half the adults
flatly refiistrisT. and th remainder Ix-mg
undecided a tn what they would do.
A ftapTra fmra Vdy Haifa ny that
three Uats uadel with native ftiRitive
who left that place ilnrmg the recent at
tack of th dervish ank in th river and
that IftO persons wr drowned,
Tr following naval endet hav been
dismissed from the service a a result of
the rwoent hating court-martial trial at
Annapolis: Kichard H. Leigh, Mississippi;
George Hhejtard. w iscuium; Hion B. Bir
rer. Kansas, and Charles W. Lyle, ir
A PASKroEH train on the Milwaukee
was derailed by a cow m-ar Hedw ing,
Minn., recently. On man w as kitted nnd
two taties belonning to an Cncl Tom
show were injnnit.
HSTTTLitKM of New Mexico hav relntnted
(org Blosser on his ranch near Baton.
Blosvor was dlspoasessed by the Maiwell
Iand Grant Company, Great eeit'tnent
prevalleil, th settlers saying they would
re 1st any attempt at disiMssessinn until
Congr had S' tnl finally in the matter.
CatAat Clo5HAl.R. the murderess of her
husband at New York, hn had her sen
tence of death commuted to Imprisonment
The Grand Opera Hons at Putto, tont.,
was destroyed by fire recently. Loss,
Thb coat mining town of Kwlrn, Wash.
T., wa I'uniod the other dny, al-nit jNf
houses being destroyed, and only the cnl
company's utile and the dejM't renujining.
About 1,.'"X' people wsrn homeless.
arniTin?f at. nisrsTrnu,
Taa Mne nt a murdered woman nnd
ebild have been found on the tianks of th
lry Dana, in Kdwards County, IVx. lb
matter Is a complete mvsterv.
tViaonasts t'nion IjtUr men declined to
fnsewlth th lmocrat and nonunated
Dr. Powell, of 1 Cniss. for toiveruor.
AT Morley's station. Cal.. theother dny,
James Mason, a Veteran stnye-drlv er,
bought a fifty-pound txn of giant-Hiw -tier,
sat on it and touched the explosive olT.
Ths coroner gathered up twenty pounds of
him in a basket.
Tar shoe factory of Krappendorff, Ditt
maa e Co., Cincinnati, a six story build
ing, was recently destroyed by lira. Los,
fcd'i.rtiO; insurance, tdOl.UW.
RossLTJf, Wah. T., was almost entirely
destroyed by the recent fir. Th loss
amounted to HV'.OOO. Much destitution
Res'. Jons- P. Brook a, a noted Presbv
terian divin and seminary teacher of
Hpringfield, 111., and one of th founders
of th Illinois College at Jacksonville, died
recently, aged eighty-seven.
The Han Francisco grand Jury declares
that the criminal clauses control politics
and call for action In cleansing the Chi
Yhi tsenat on the 3th discussed the
Mary Ann lohrty cae on a motion to
print additional copi of tbe report of the
Committee on Pensions. No action was
taken. Th Naval Appropriation b'll was
taken up and considered. Tb Hdse was
tn committee on tbe Okiahoma bill.
A Dispatch fmm Home savs it I ns.
serted that the Italian Government has
been ortlcially notified that Emperor Wil
liam will visit Home and that it is probable
that Enii'sror Praacis Joseph win com at
tbe same tiaie.
Thb Joint meeting of th Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers, firemen, switchmen
and brakemen to consular the Burlington
strike began at Tootle's Opra House, St.
Joseph. Mo., on the ittn. T proceedings
A raw days ago A. Lund and brother
and four others left San tedro. Cal.. in an
open boat for a trip around the Catalina
(lands, Later the boat was found Isittom
up on tb island, and it was thought the
six persons were drowned.
Miss Clime xs, a young wealthy New
York lady, recently left Connahook Park,
New-port, R. I., where she was a guest, in
a cabin boat, but a rain was faiuue she
semataed la th waldn, the douf f which
was closed. A squall upset the boat w hich
lowly sank and ah was drowned. The
captain dived until exhausted vainly
striving to unfasten tbe cabin door.
Empekob William sailed from bt. Peters
burg on ths Sit);.
CpCXl HuhhirT Bihmabck Is expected to
visit England in September in connection
with hi approaching marriage.
Th subscription started bv Mavor
newitt, of New York, to reimburse O. M.
Hartt for fJ.500 losses caused by a Knight
of Labor boycott has been completed.
MISSOURI STATE NEWS.
Arthur YeTbryek, a Rock Island switch
man, was run over and Instantly killed at
Hu Joseph, a few night ao. Verbrytk
was a single man. -
While at work in the wollen mill at
Denver Worth, County, a few da vs ago the
eignteen-year-oid daughter of Jng. Good
win wr caught in the fly-wheel and
whirled around, and so fearfully mangled
that she died in a few hour.
The population of th bL Louis Jail Is
The dead body of a man of advanced
age was round a rew nurhts ai-o flouting
in tne Missouri river, off the mouth of the
fitshbabotna river, north of St. Joseph,
in a state of partial decomposition. The
body was clad in a garb of heavy material
resembling buckskin, with a heavy scarf
of the same material around the body,
fastened with a shawl -pin. The nose and
tars are missing. Taking Into consider
ation the unusually heavy clothes and
wraps, it is the general opinion that the
body Is that of a victim of one of bwt
winter's billiards, carried from the Up
per Miaaonrl by the melted snow and
The gorgeous spectacle, Paine1 "Last
Days of Pompeii," which created such a
sensation In St Lonis last fall, is again
being presented in that city, or rather, at
Kensington Gardens, the beautiful pleas
ure reaort laid out and maintained oy the
St, Louis Cable & Western Railway Com
pany for the benefit of its patrons. The
eruption of Mount Vesuvius Is one of the
most realistic spectacles ever presented,
while the sasrai susetuhU and fire, works
are on a scale of magnitude difficult to
realis unless seen, and visitors to Ht,
Louis will miss a rare treat If they fall to
Frank Parker, the negro who shot and
dangerously wounded Policeman O'Hul
livan tn Ht Louis recently, and who was
subsequently at rested ut Little Rock,
Ark., has bean returned to bt Louis for
By th banilng of Wolfort ft Co.'s
tables In Bt Louis, a few night ago,
aigbtvea head of horses and mules were
Mr. W. R. Bell, of Fort Worth, Tex., a
paaswnjrer an a Santa Pe train. In the
Pullman oar "Yosemite." was robbed of
diamond brooches valued at fl.frO afuw
plgbu ago when near Kansas City,
Jo4ge Holmes, of Kaus City, Is In a
precarious condition. Owing to the eanoer
In his stomach he can rcoeive no nutri
ment, and is slowly starving to death.
Two ten-year-old boys named Jamas
Burns and Patrick Ftemmlng, living in
St Louis, were drownel In th river at
the foot of Florida street while bathiug,
a few days ago. Tbe bodies were not re
covered. Engine Ifo. 11 of th Bridge and Tunn-!
Company Jumped the track at the uiouUt
of the St Louis tunnel, a few days sineo,
and in the smash-up of tn freight tralu
that fallowed. John F. Belcour, the flre
maa, and William Withers, the con
ductor, war killed, their bodies beiug
w hue Bill Kennedy, a notorious negro
thief, was being conveyed from the police
station at Ko '""T to the county jail.
tew days ago, he threw a handful of
(epper Into th eys of (iftl:r Cary and
made a desperate effort to escapo. The
officer was game, however, and, although
pearly blinded, knocked the ngro down
.nd bld fatal until blp arrived.
While th postmaster at lu'iependcno
was absent from his offlo. at noon, a few
days sinm, two boys, neither of whom
could have been over ten years of aire,
were sn orawMug from th omf win
dow. a a investigation showed that tho
two had stolen stamps to th riutoiint of
one dollar. Joe Heekler anil Bob Acres,
eons of respectable pare n In, wto arrest
ad. Wm. Hvan, braViman, aud Biehnrd
V llkius, Itorlcr, ju Hie JIUll"M Wnich
rf th Missouri Pacific, were sot np-h by
tWu trMnJi U.H, Ultt jmth mills Hi Kiii
&m nyt a lew uig'itt a io, aim were
badly heqtii, Th" tramps boarded the.
train and whu ordirud ott showr t hl-'tii,
They were hi rested and whim tiikmi bo
fore Justice Stteley, nt Jiidefeiideiice,
gave their uames as Hugh Murk and
George Gibbons. They were held uu I
Charg of assault with intent to kill,
fiiirg os usauii s ii tnieiu iu ta ,
man, nt FVdalia, wv eatrnyed by fire.
few ntghu ago, together with a larga
quantity of hay, oats and fotldor. A large
nnmlMir of carriages and fine buggies.
m,ny of them ownd hy private parties,
wr consumed. Kighteen horses were tn
th atahlea and eleven of the animals
were liberated end escaped. Bowman's
loss la 411,011; covered by Insurance. The
building were the property of W. B.
Riley, and were nuins tired.
Charles Casting and Jack Thinatten.
both colord, became engaged In a row In
St. lnla, a few nights agt over the at
tentinns of a chofndate cidored damsel
named Kmma Ling. During the fight
Casting drew a large butcher's knife and
cut Thi pat ten's throat from ear to ear.
severing the Jtignlar vein. The wounded
man was taken to the City hospital. Cast
ing was arrested and locked up.
Kichard Chambers, a fifteen-year-old
boy, was drowned tn Big Blue river, about
two mile east of Independence, a few
days ago, under peculiar eircumstaneea.
tie and a man named James Cheney were
diving on irom a spring-board upon the
bank, when Chamtiers, who had taken a
div and waa Just coming to the surface.
wa htt upon the head hy Chaney, who
sprung off the board head foremost with
out eingihe boy. Their heads mt with
terrific force, and It Is supposed that
Chniuher was knocked senseless. He
sank to th bottom like a atone. The
body wa recovered. Chaney was nn.
hurt, ave a long gash upon hi forehead.
Thirteen hor and Ave mule belong
ing to K. M. Sluti, proprietor of the Rock
Creek dairy at Kansas City are supposed
to have ben poisoned by strychnine. A
staile-man gotng down among the horses
at alMMit two o'clock In the morniag first
noticed a Utile driving mare acting
slrnngely and in a few momenta she fell
in convulsions, dying almost instantly.
Three others also died. Ir. Hunter, who
was making an analysis of the contents of
one born' stomach, thought the symp
toms were sure evidence of strychnine.
Judge Krk"l ts dead.
It took seven men to prevent Ym. J
rWeney from putting an end to his career
at Kansas t ity by Jumhing oft the levee
Into th Missouri river. Hweenv hd
jumped into the river and waa pulled out
uj a cnupie oi men "landing on some rail
road ties. He fought hard to gt to the
water again, but he waa quickly overoow
eren ana vasea io in ponce station.
A well-digger named Samuel Ham was
placed in the county Jail at Lsxtngton,
frtw ulghts ago, charged with the murder
or a man named William Jackson. The
atTray occurred in the public road, near
Hover, in tne neighborhood of which rlaoe
uie two men leruea.
Maxwell Still hones that his nark wHll
A TEXAS MYSTERY.
rhe Body of a Woman and Child Found
tn a Lonely Place.
rjAT.VKSMK. Tex.. July 2.V A stclal
from Nnn Antonio say: J. D. Pippin, a
prominent ranchman, of Edwards County,
brought here yesterday a bundle of
stained nnd ragged clothing. Ho said
about two weeks ego he was upon the
Hi y llano," the tied of a stream, dry for
years, nangitig to tn limti of th shrubs
berv trees were petticoats, chemise and
other articles of feminine apparel. Under
ths-m. scatter. I over the moldertnr re-
mains of a large mattress, were the bones
of a woman, bleached white. Near wa a
little baby's cape. The skull of the kel
eton was gone and only the legs end ribs
remained. Clinging to tbe torn irnrmanta
were a fw strands of bright rd hair. It
is supposed that the woman has been dead
about a year. Howaver, a figured calico
dies hanging on a tree did not appear to
have beu exposed to the elements mora
than a month. A camping outfit waa
found and there was no water nearer than
four mil. II has been discovered that
William Turner and his father, who own
land in the neighborhood, found the skele
ton as long ago as January last, and car
ried the skull to a local physician, who
mm, on examination, mat the woman had
been killed hy corrosive poison. Tha
cbemise, which is still lntaot must have
been worn by a fsmale of more than ordi
nary si se, as there U a great breadth of
shoulder. The facts that the remains were
found in a place where there was no
water, tnat there waseanip equipage near,
and that the victim could not possibly
have carried all the things that were
found near the bones, are regarded by
suw oi in Homme ttnq as
conclusive evidence of niurdsr. Mr. Pippin
brought in only few pieces torn from the
cln;ba a samples, the remainder, to
gether with the bones of the unfortunat
woman and and child, still lie upon tho
swiuom vi si tea nanas or tbe Dry Dano,
A Bny'a Terrible teah,
TorrWA, Kan., July M. Georire ftmlth.
a twelve-year-old hoy In charge of the
Copland House elevator, was killed Satur
day. The elevator had stopped midway
oiween me lourtn ana tilth floors when
the bov's body was discovered on the
freight floor by Sophie Larson, a domestic.
His bead bad caught between the elevator
ana tne wall of the well and dragged his
laxly down to the freight fhwr beneath.
His head was crushed nnd he was prob
ably instantly killed. His mother was
sick in bed w hen the accident happened.
- e e -Found
LlTTi.g Rncg, Ark., July 24. Charl
rtK.ns and William Berry of this city yes
terday wnt to the cellar of a friend to
get a glass of wine aud found two kegs,
me containing wine and arsenic for fly
(totson and the other pure wine. They by
mistake partook freely of the poisoned
wine end Noons died within an hour.
Berry ts still alive, with small chance of
H apposed !oubl Drowning.
Lawrekcic, Ken., July H3. Charles
Barry, gatekeeper, and Stephen W.
Hittler. repair man, employed by the Bos
om 4 Maine railroad, went up the river in
a canoe last night, and have not returned,
The eanoe has been found bottom up, with
the man's clothes tucked under the seat.
It Is feared the men hav been drowned.
Urata aud Provisions.
Kansas UITV, July ti
nims Qnlett XX. ttwi XXX. I1.0UJLi4
family. H.U04I1 is i oooioe, Uii-4St isuwa
Il V'ftl .
WBiAT-Wenk; No. red. cash, Wo bid I
Julj We bid, ST HO ssksd; August 6fto bid)
Deuemher, Tie eked. No. red, July, tio asked.
No. S soft, etisb. 67 Ho; Jnly. HT, Sic
Cons Weak; No. t, cash, Mife bid, sove
SAked-, July, Oo asked; August Mo asked
May, Ittt bid, 9Jo asked. No. 8 white, esth, Ma
Oats-No. t, July, JOHe bid, 91c asked.
Hye-No. h, July, 400 asked.
PaoDOce H lilies, flroi; oreamerv. fsnes,
l3Kli good,leai Has dairy, lfts; good U) Ohoio,
ia4)o. Ksss. steady at Uo.
Paoviaines-Haras (sugar eared). 19 oi
brsaklsss baswa. U4i tried awsf. est clear
rib sides (smokd). Wa: srag clear stds
M; sboulders, r rt saorl olear side I9 U
ess pork. Hi Tfti tierae isrd. tT.50.
Oattls Weak; buiehsr- and shipping. s
Os.i; cows, S.U4V. 0i Stockers and feeds rs,
hbsp Active and firm; sales at I8.fft35.no.
Boos H gher: pacluaa sad sblDDlna. Ib.sAA
lUt light, S6.iJ1J4l6.TO.
Bt. Lorna, July 94.
Whkat Dull; No. t red. cash. 71t?vHo
July. :osi August TBttaTftoi December, ba
Coas Lower; No. cash, S-tSQiftiso; Au
gut 44j,t; beptember, 4 H4o, year, aj
Os-raI.ower; cash. ;A)$.lOc; July, 97fT9.
BYE Cju'.et; No. t, 44c.
PaoDut; a Butter, quiet; ereemery, tsesna)
dairy, la JlOo. KgfS, steady for fresh stock at
PaoVTsioas-Pork. Johblng, II4 14.40,
Lard. -. Dry salt meats, boxed sbouldera
ti.'iS- long clear, clear rib, 16 .'iVKH.m m
itiort i leiirs, n frHtA.w. Uaiua biyber al
Wuiar-.Ktesdy at II 14 for finished goods.
Catti.b Kitsivr; ebolee hsavy nau steers.
Fi 'ilbsii lair to good, l4.auiS.Ui buUbsrs.'
Hasap Firm: fair te choice, eHoOHftOa
Boas auronu; sholos b-mvj and buicbsrs
seleuous lfj.lj(8 30; packta SuuaU.
FtncH-Iiuil; winter, sV.ftiM.eOi SDrioc.
WHssT-ijiiiet and weak; No. I spring, tilt,
lrtci No. Kreo, !;..
oaa-H.-avy; Nu, , 4fl.o.
Oats Weuk; No. , SiaaHo,
Krs-No. S. 4'.Hu.
Usiii.KV No. n. uiStihr.
Phopu;s Mutter, steady; Brmrv 14 U
lire; dairy. lHd)oo. KVkb, nrm; fresh guarao
PaovisioHs Ms pork, llto SSIS 7A. I.ard,
SW-n V. bburl rib sldea toosa I Ots On.
Dry .sllsij Shoulders, bostid, K tfcitV' UU bbort
Clear sides, Ix icd e.;uS ,S.
Waioar- Instiliers nuisiietl mods. II in.
CATTl-B S'eiulv , (iholre tn -tra steers, SS.7t-a)
ttui; htocKrs ulal f0tT. Sa.litd'l to.
MHSar t-ilruriHor, nutlvvs, .'.IH)(4.K&; (stub.
Iloos-Htningi ajlied, fr HiJO.iW; hiavy,
tt, r'tft) U5.
NEW Tons. July 84.
Fhorfa Htraiiy; superiiii. kniiiiiui; conv
ni on uj good eitrawestsra aud sieve, fc.TI
WaaaewiiiiM i No. . hard. fifWtt i
WE WOIT WAIT.
Spring and Summer
Goods Must move.
Everyone is fully aare of tho
lact thatthe season has been ex
tremely backward. Wo nor.v
tne season, but we can
And the way we
putting theprice AWAY DOWN
borne idea of what we propose to
do in the- way of slashinp- nrino0
may be gained
At U CU. wnnlTur .ua. . v
At 6a weullerdriglwua wortli p vjC
At .,0 wu .r. .HII1110 yu..i
wliicco.1 to luia mV F '"'ve'
At iOd. Vim 1 lt 1 !... , . .
l7io. " u,u
At 3UC. WMMtH BHlll.... I.'. . .
te,.,oru,er price "i." "ucu '"r
At 7C. In iill.r.n. . .1 ...
VlctunsLswui, would be cheau Ht luo
At 7c, wa are Mtlllxir ,.i,u,..i.
"wkjwld all over tor 12;,.
opeciiu ttrlvw lu 1'iuuea. India I.mwii
iu r.uiea ume t J-lD
Ht-iu-i to 6oc Per uiiir. thuiw ..o.i
are wortli io per ceut more, bu we
wugiit ineiu at big bargaiua aud aell
Uiem an iucU.
Come andsee the slaughter. We
are here to sell, sell we must and
sell we will at prices that will save
:J. C, BROWN MERCAHTILE CO.
Spot Cash Dealera.iu Uent-ral Merchandise.
W. W. BROWTT, Proprietor.
ttc; .-red. MQniic: Nat red,
Co; August, Mtttlusc; Uecembcr,
fcc; Mnv, MSto.
UOHM-lleavy; uniruned, 5otsT5?c: No. t 54 I
stni-. flugu Muttq m-pieiuoer, M
64c: December. AO's Mio.
oats liialier; tuned western. ar.a;tRo: whtis
Phovisiowh Pork, firm; mess, ri4.onai4as
for old and 114 T-HtlS .) lor new. Cut meais,
flrm; ph'hled iK-llies. ftc. Lard, burner: western
Steam spot, BS.Ti; city steaio. Pi. lb.
Ca n ut Poor to strictly on me aaUve ateee.
Bnase-Dull and lower: lambs. uqoavi.
Sheep, as Msas.'.ft.
Boos Nominally firm at 16 H3ft 60.
Till S Till; S HA 4 il.
WllKltKAHCynis (latit anil K. M. (iatit
bis wile, hy Uieirovikalu ilwd trui.
UUmI the ITlhdavof Novinbe.r lms uu, raa r,ii
IU Hie Uei-onlt'l-s olbie ol lUy couniy, -..jouri
IU dueii tMNik.fU. alliaue ,M',. conn-iini; lo int. ,i,.
den-miied iruslec, all llieniilil, title, iiiU-rrnl and
estate Hi aud to the lullowiiiir Uescntt-d real ts
ijsUt.sitiutle, l)iuK tuidot-ilialliUiivwuiily oi
slat ol Missouri, lo wit;
I. its Nu. One ill 'I'wol 'l Thrwuli
KlViMftl. Blliiii. lu block no. 1ttwin-liu ,, '
also lots im. Uuttli, 'iwul.-j, lurtwiJL Toui,i'.
and Mvejaj, in bluck Uo. iauul) eu-ni j iu
li t . ""..m, nij vnui) Missouri,
vthii'li said cutneviicH siu nislf u irmi i
secure ttiw iMyinent oi a certain proiuissoi- imu?
Hi said ili-iil described ; and wbt-reiis, said not
una m:uoiim uue tu u is u ui iiu. nov LiitTHii.r.. u,
acuuruaiiee with iho prontnuim ol suid deed ot
ii ui, tmu a. vuureuuesiui me leuai Holder ol said
uotel w li as said Lrn -,!. un-iio, .,ii
above described real estate at Uie south lruiit
uuur ui iiio uouri uouse iu lie city ol
Kiutmiood. In tbe eountv ui Hmv sIhih uf
ri, to Ui uiabest blUdar, lor casii,! puuui: au
SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1888.
Betweeu the buurs of nine nvi,wk i..ii.Bf,.
uuou and live o'clock in the aiienio.jU ol ihM
day, lo satisly said uotr, toKf iber wilb the osU
Miu D&fuoci V&CVUL1UK UJ1S LTUSl.
diM U1UAU 11. MA1)IKN,
IEAT JtfER VE TOpIlfJ
POSITIVE CURE s DYSPEPSIA
tfll not an alrobnllo txnn nor can ll-l-s
l-Mj una a. tucbVl
PURIFIIOACID PHOSPHATE th.
L E NI O N J U I C g, nainr. (raatnt rrniodr.
TINCTURI OP OALMUS ROOTS
u. .ir.iijih.n Hi. dlaiu.. oriii. '
8V?,Ph'!"',rea'U"U"', a","J lXH,a.
PHOSPNATIC LEMON RYE CO., St. louli, Uo.
pwh TOO R DHUOQI8T eOR IT.
THS NATIONAL COSIEST,
The Omr Relithla and Ofllrlal Cam-
paiica noon t'uuilsUeU.
Wlibtlie most autbentle and eoinptete lio;ra-
i!fttier with tlis i, I ul forms of tuitfi nuttim
Trllt i.v K-lli- ai,. I tarlnle, I'rrsul, in, Mes
HlL-l- lllalllt'. U"HI W ul l-ri'SIilHIiliS Mrurm
KtecUou, atatlsilcs.otfl. '
6.000 Aqenlt wanted lo iuddIh bi 111 ions af
Time Is Hlmrt ! Hlnke gulcklyl Hliow lue Imok
and It sells ii-u-li. mo at omw fr ItlustrrUU
Circulars and I'strtns Iree. AUilress
I W.DICITO. hUiilier.
wr 1 irsiii
shall do it is by
by glancing over
Id tills drpariuieiit lu. pricn art
way dowu, we cau lave you frou.
to il.UU Oil a milL. linn. ...I.
and get tiie beurflt ol lliese low price.
cm. auu suit, go now for fl j.
l.oo auu go uow lor lu.
.'. pauU uiarkrd dowu to JiiO.
,., . euuuuuu ua boys suiuaget
If you want well made Clothing foi
your boya, lieauuiui paiterua auu ele
gant dtwiKin. W e cau .111,1. iv t., -,.
at price, uever belole beaid ol lu lint
i'rlcea from $2 Mi to SS.OO
AaK to aee our L,auudried Shlit al
el 00, beat Id the world, for tbe money
Mtu'a Cheviolt shirta at 2j ce 11 u!
Aleu'a Heavy Cotiou ilose. K run.
Meu'a white bauukercuieia 10 auu J
umu viiy . ceuia.
Uent'a cambric Tie -JOc per dozen.
Lineu Collars luc, Culla 1 j.1.
the Largest and Best Selected stock of
UAIlMjj, BADULLS. aud SADDLEUY
OUODS to be found iu Richmond, and with li
yeais experience iu the business we are enabled
to sell for as little money as First Class Goods
cau be purchased. We make Specialty of
ISusinas.s. Come and see wv
Alter carefully comparing
tbo figures. I stato under oath,
tiiat our sales for tbe month of
June, 188S, were larger than
in June, ls7.
W. W. MORGAN
SrATK OF MI4-OI Ml J
i ins a) apptureu bel.ire me, a notary ptiMic,
wiiuid auu lor sahl euoot, W. W. Murxaii.to
me perBouaJly kuown to be tiie bead ut Ui atove
iinu.siiuuuaisuaUidscliUed Uie alHv tube
buiiKrlbed aud sworu lo our belore Unsid day
C1IAULU. II. HEAVlrl,
What does the above amount to and
wbo has any Interest iuit r- Answer,
ilawounuibjuattuia: The Deoule ol
Kansas Cits aud vicinity know where
to trade. They know still more thai
io7 was a booming year; further, that
Ibss Is called an oil year. An house
selling more good this year show great
The wonderful success of our house
is told lu a single sentence. Straight
forward dealing, no humbug, no false
pretenses. We do not do business that
way. We have thegoods we advertise.
A boy can buy at our store as well as a
Now for July. What we shall do
We shall bunch all the broken lot.
la suits in men's, youth's, boys' and
childreus without regard to cost, but
clear tne couuters is the word, Thf
prices we name will insure a splendid
bargain to all in want of strictly Urst
Xo old goods sent from stores all
over the country to be werked oil here
at half price, but giod new goods,
maue mis season aud lu every way
perlect. All Wool suits, good eiioua-b
for any man to wear, at tl.W. 1'iue
CoaU and Vest-good ones at Sl.uo
boy's suits in lung aud short legs at a.
closing out price. July shall be a
bright mouth with us. Call in early ai.
our lota are small aud will not last long
st the July prices. Weeny once again
We mean business, biraw Hats at f c
on the dollar. Hot weather underwear
and all the furnishings suited to the
season at low pricts.
W.W.Morgan & Co,
Oue-i'rice Clothier., Hatters
and t urulaberp,
1009 and 1011 Main gt.
db. a a iicr,
J SO BALL,
Attnmnv nt Law
RICniJOND, MO. !'
Al.o Pronrentlng AHornf of R
eunly. OlH.. In court bouse. Bual
M promptly alt.nilril to.
Attorney at Law,
RICH BOND, MO.
Will atl.nrl promptly to til bn,lns
mtruitrd to bit rare. Offlr. Id building
j a, Hamilton, -s
Attorney at Law,
Wnl t title In all th.rnnrfa of rh,
ouM) ai.u tlmilu SrwrlHl aiuntlo
fivfy tkoollMlioot, Olflo. la tba Murt
JAVILOCK S I.AVKLOCK,
inin:n il Lit ul MrlEi ni'A
Will prartlre In til tb. courts of Ray.
ep-lal att.ntlon irlveri to oollctloi:a.
npttalra, tw doors Mil
I. F. S R. E. ESTEB,
Attorneys at Law
and Notarv PnbHo.
win ,ru m t. an m t. nn. (ii.'nHi-
Ma.lbu.i. ...tu.diK. wllb i rompUMt.
obk. o.w a., c. a..!.,. hiMk,
FARRIS S MORTON,
Attorneys at Law,
Will practloa t all In. Conrts of ths
ttat.. Offl.'. southut corner tuoir.,
iptt.lra. Wast. I Waiton Boum.
II. C. GARNER.
Phyiltimn and Surf ten,
Office otsi Eay Co, BaTlngt Bank-.
G. W. BUCHANAN, M. D.,
OfBeoarer ftartnrt Bank,
oraer ftoatk tod Hhsw sts
Rail rt aw a.
Hanng added th. New Roller Promts
v. ar. now tiirnlnr out a qutllrv ol
tour unturpateed. Flour exchang ea for
be.L batltftetloa guarantd.
J. R. HAMACHERSBRO. '
fOus Kelderm.T.r-1 .Id ttandi I. th.
.bio. to gat an eair ttiivn, a good shtnsi
soo of a aeal hair ca Try him. ,7-
Om aoor tut of Uaghes' Bank.
A list of lion news.;ij,ir dlidi-d Into STAT
Es AM ShCflO.Ns mil be iw-nion apuia-aihrn
Tothtse who want their advertLim- t., t.:,i
we cm oRi-r no he Iter iiit-dtnin fur i n.sr, until
effective w,,rk thtn (In- virions see. Uu us uf our
t:i.tlT l ot ai i isr
uc'i, i. Hua i:i.i,A ro,
ewspapi-r A'Ut-rtisina Hnreaii,
10 hpiuco strou, Sew York,
FAIRViEW STOCK FARM,
ISAAO H. ZIMMERMAN.
Toon, Belli for ul. at Bcuon.ul. price.,
ran. Hi mUm urUiwul mt Hiui m. i..
Dealer in Kentuckv Whisklu. limn.
dies Ac. Would ak the attention of
the people of Kay coui.ty. tu th. fol
lowing brands of line liquors, soldi
tbe low prices attached.
Mcllrayer Whisk. 6 yeai old l.oc
Mayileld Whisky years old 3.50
Silver ( reek Whisky il years eld 2.50
Fine Ky. llourbou i years old li.WJ
I'aris llourbon I yearBold 1.59
Virginia Apple Xrandy 4 yrs olfl e.W
All kinds of California Wines from
1.60 to 3 60.
All goodaguuraulutHl as repie.euud,
l buy my goods direct from distillers
In Kentucky and I am thus eniiblrd tn
compete with Kansas City aud bfc,
(ioods nirelt board a.l ..,, an,,
charge fur boxing.
Address or Call on
. bILVKHM A.
Cor. I'ubllo square, Lexington, Mo,
Uulcamt auil Al .m liirvul
Chicago, llurllngton, Kurt Madison
, Keokuk, Hannibal, tiuiucyD
AND ALLl'OINTS ON
Karminirtoii. Miltim. iiIii,iiuui,i
Moulton, Mniidotii, I iiloimlle, Milan.
urowning, l.inneiis, Laclede,
Hale, ( airnlltou
AND WAV STATIONS
Close counectlons are made at LACLEDI
i,iu hiuitia oi uie
ii. Hi .i. it.
enabling pasnengers aud frciKhlto
reach all MI.miui I llitor points.
KA.NSAH M:w HKXIrO, ( 111,01; Alio
and the 801 1 11 W isr.
This is the Ite.l lane by which to reach
BT. MIL, Jin.NKAI'OI.IS.
sriltIT LAKE and the MJKI Il-n C.ST,
aim at Jinriinirlon
makes close connection for
Cliiiif ami INWVorU
and the ATLaMICskaiiu vkii
Especially noted lor Fast Slock
Kun io CHICAGO
Kor Information about tiie IH'ui.ino.
tun Hoi ik, cuil on ugent or addrras.
l"',Ty . Ul Kllloll,
Buintl1 I. ii lfi.l l.ri, I'u.,,, aiwli
KJiuK.UK, IOWA, .