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Weekly graphic. (Kirksville, Adair Co., Mo.) 1880-1949, May 01, 1880, Image 1

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i nllon jilaciiif tlicmrlrcd lucxililj In
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Jralloa was conldcrably torn fcp by the
HvblnMlmi of the adherent of he rarlout
ijcflJpntfal pndidale lmt Cnllly clctcd
in inilrifyrcd dclfRatlou Mo- Uie
llitioiiil Convention Fourfftn of tbe
cogatc arc colon d Th delegates
ire mid to be ucifly euallr dlvljcd In their
fcrcnrcja between Grant tolalne and
Ignran although the friendrof Grant
lUlm that from nine to tlevenof me twenty
iira uclegatc n 111 support him In Comcn
ila J -
The Colorado Rcnnblican Cbnvpntinn
o chooc delegates to Chicago k called to
nut Jlaj ii - J
Ir is announced on srood aothoritr
hit Rhdtone has accepted tie dutr of
rclnc an AtfniinitrtionfImlSc4
iiflf i Chanrcllorof the Exoijucr anln
W Lord of the Trea ury
The- Oregon KepubKcaaiState Con-
etIon lntrucied the deleats from tint
tre to support Maine In the National Con
atnu f
Thl Vermont Democratic State Con
ttlwn elected an unple dffed delegation to
tcmnatl General HaneoctlsrepoiUu to
ftA fniftfA jit fka mn t - 0 t
vi iuv iajuaij ui IUC
fiUC4LUA
Tue Miinia Rcpnblicai Convention
era Kitucwhat turbulent ffeaion adopted
olutiont inducting for frant and ea-
eta the unit rule
I
Gex Gbax tnis icsenfed an
a to ltlt Springlicld IlLome Ume early
Jfar
Sexatoi Gkovek ofiOrctron who
bien aillns for tome tine Is rcDarted as
5U regaining health anustrength
COM3IMICI AND WDUSTKY
Curr John M BontnEE has ma3c
tontract is ith SccrctarrSherman under
jcj uc ii authorized to nie all the
icd property now hinc In Bed Klver
uihna This proseriv vmista of auntm
Ilboat cannon idl ari t hot thrown Into
llhcr aboe Uie fait- at Alfiandni
during Central llankj adiainistratipn
Y contract al meutlona the Fimken
TicrralhjCitid Fjlixjmdmnnk
nOkrly of fcu Lou and some
jfTiuiidred In one hundred and flf other
anierr vunk before and durine tho IVar
he gunliojt whith UicCapUIn
1 cctv to wiaeas thelarEeioT the Mia-
ftpjii CoUlla carjj Jug -one fourteen can
ti and being ijery heayily plated She was
ak wiih all icrarmammt aboard The
oditionof tho contract is that all material
tocrLd fehall be fold at public auction
tbir at St Loci Ciaeinnail crChlcazo
Tut House Cemmittee on
arehasrecommecded an impropriation of
ijVJUtallie United State Entomoloeical
jiminbiion for thepurpxe of enabling
lid Commission to complcti
n in relation to the Rocly Mountain lo
ft or Western grashopjer the cotton
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Majok SJ3 CiiEr frfiriPaiifin
Apent of theSrwOrieAtwBajrobllc
iiiroad hah accepted the P anengnr Agency
i lichen uneans tlilcaglMUMt8t IXWJ8
iiroad from 2Iy 1
A niEE has been introiuccd in the
mtc anthorizincrtliocotMmetloAirfa
iidc acros the Detroit IiYor al DcQoIt
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luced hlratclf in likxllatSaDceliXJCat
iFaiettevilm the ipunty weitof
Itthlnston CoaatyArk jAiutteredrfe
Jicly from thetornadq offlpe JKi Jt
lack the town at it aonthwewlera nartsal
aided through It in a noriheaiferlldl
Jon mterinealmoit cTerVtmfldtcittIa
path fora dUtanceof 4ialfam11eTl 1
if V of the tornado was abauttblrtri feat
Hhlctl waa
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Mr win 0 1
knoitTi lawyer anii
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ate war her commander - Aalat eant
f of Tirgijja who was Uliedduiihg
by adomtMlwt The Tropins
jpyo coaaiated oi trajlous warlike material
eafct of which iTalubfWriqe torpedo boat
rfwhleaiBtTelouj performances are pre-
Tut SbMhone ka BaanocK Indians
mt In Washington express a willingness to
asatle is severalty and adopt drllixed meta-
on
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liiiiamiKKeibls and bathed thx cucWm Ia4
His tint WdlbrlfMdlM wweflrowirti
ttflBf ItIIIi Ib6 ertlMi bo yotitig toad
fared hi life the otHdd tirfrfs and
Kfwui mid bff IttmU mm timiding it
flu AiMt iimslfl imd wM4it of l lie
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eo 21d Hided I hdl f1nfp tlnVniitro
liiea lraticlsMCAruftfeiVjiid lieti hU
ami aiiieu ny I m lailncllfitjil Of tlo IleV
ti alloclw wfiOjnujuotaBitofttitlU tgo
lliM flJ Wdhflded b fJeToTihfr
htx tnomliers of tho llo sarftig crow
atJolntaii flirniirn Rtallnn ffci lUtrm
ere drowned on the tilpbt of the 22d while
g olng to the assistance of a stranded rc9el
fRKtiEntCK UniLt was tittfifftd f
JTewton K T on the 24lh tot the Jnurdcr
hUdauVMeffdJttlielut -
Capt Kiuvard M Wkiabt of tho
Ordnance Ueoarttnent IT S A rnmmlt
ted RUlclde lntVahlnrton on the 2tlii
ATftlayfield Ky on tho20th W W
Eael ahot and Mlled UrDalfin 6f Calloway
County About nyearago Dalton attempted
to elope with Ezclla which
atteapt was frustrated byell and alnce
thttthne tbert haTienbid olood befween
the parties KzeUelaiaiathatDaltontbreat
eped to Lill himend that hethot In self-de-
fense
fc
Tbe boiler in the mfll of C VfDcn
bsr ten miles irom McmphiaMoeiploded
on the 2Jd demolishing the mill and killing
the proprietor and two other men named
Wllaon and McCan
K Hotle a defanlting tat collector
from Georgia shot and killed himself in a
prison cell at Los Angeles Cal where he
had bAen annrehendeil linnn nmirtfi
tmiUR Georgia nnthontiej
Spedck Tettis the noted former
haapeoVhliiisclf in the Concord State prison
Joint lircs lost by the disaster
in SaOIson Siuare Garden ew Yort
At Nelsonrille Athens County O
onuemgnim me zisi dames ienneil a
local policeman shotand killed Charles Coo
ley a grocer and then committed suicide
Fencell claimed that Cooley had been talk
ing about him but excepting this no cause
for tie tragedy is known
M JdocnmoreorJex3lBlured A m and this tturottr mttMtt iCMSii
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- SAKmnTsriLEtfai Mont i Owjatrr
f about one beared japia da aor ft
wmtiu wuauwri tataiiyifaiaiijea Wf
loriiaafiinweervaMasauatcn
ed and UajWwjlrefl JfMVfzvti
1
m iiun jjuito men coannea ra tu
i Jiootnv xo rnaroMi with tho
- - jw TiJi
reui ktafcam
f were
a mob of about forty meoAoa
izht of Uieaouj nd two of thm trL
IHUtchellJand Dick Yaney wtre
led frona ridlwar tril i
it the tdirn The other priaontr AI-
Tntho waa not an active pe
2uroer dui waa charged
J
MISCELIiANEOUS
Tax Secretary of tho Jf avy is report
ed assaying In recent conversation that he
feand he would be obliged to abandon the
idea of sending a to St Louis
for rfcruiting purposes that his efforts to
natirnallzc the Kavy were not meeting with
the permanent success that he anticipated
as while be bad no difficulty in en
lHtlnjf all the boys he wanted he
EndsJthat the Western apprentices do not
take to salt water as freely as was
expected and he is now constantly be
sieged by their friends to permit tHeir dis
charge principally on the ground of home
sicKnes From the records of the Depart
ment appears that about seven tenthsof
thewBohOmmbcr of boys enlisted on the
Western ntcrs are now ansiohs o get back
to their homes and thcSeorctary thinks that
he will be compelled to rely upon the At-
iaTiUeRa board cities to furnish the young
recruits wbo final I man our future navies
Advices from Cabul state that Gon
Stewart has entered Ghuztni after having
been attacked by a force of lmt 15000
Afghans who were dm en off with a los
of over 1000 killed The British lo s was
seventeen men killed and fifteen wounded-
The Central Pacific Itailroad was
blockaded by a snow storm in the moun
tains April 21 21 In the galleys the rain
fell in torrents causing great damage to
property
Attsntiox has been called to the
greatmortalitj among children onthcMeam
ship Ohio on its last voyage from Bremen
toKewYork alleged to have been caused
byovercrowaingandfoulair TfaeMcamer
brought 1312 immigrants 2T2 being chil
dren under ten years of age thirteen of
whom died on the passage The matter is
being Investigated
Another destructive storm occurred
on the night of the 24th throughout a large
portion of the Northwest developing into a
tornado in certain localities The most se
rious damage reported is through Central
and southwestern Illinois wbere many
houses were blown down and their inmates
killed or Injured and a great amount of farm
property was destroyed
s FaBticueabs have been received re
fcajilBglneeaptTirffby GcneralHalchirfor
ct of four hundred and sixty r Apache
waHorj with aUtheJV aofgesTmile wom
en aid children at Heacalero Agency on
Uell4isfBmr bdiaaeredlaarmd
but suixequently an attempt waa made to
-escape inUicti sixteen of them got away
bntfourteen were killed
FORITUT a i Ir tmA conno
-- - f AIJIMWJ WM1WIU AO
withe mormng of the 22d It broke out
buildings was biroetJLossjibout 20000
A SEBlOtS break occurred in the Erie
minal feftwWv Tfcn1ther2tf which
sfcausc a suspeadonvBavisation for
1 awJfealfcfirf t liWaiU h6 fritta
iliriit iittAUin tdHasA - ri4 filir fc 11
WfjJlMirae4wlthippropHa4 ettemb
mat hjBBjJ a
XriK BltnrriCmWl of the MM
ilMrliYnllr yraiitlyj mrtwl m tWanj and
hid an Intertilling aeilon of two day Urt
J II IlMiikel 1rclilent of thii fliato lloard
of llrallliorTauneMCfireqd TlinCoiin
ell inadn tip ol ineiniicrs of llomdiiif
Health fnifil dlfenint HUteJiuiil Hi
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tlHpiibftttvoptn wm ttommmltmtnio
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tifwd m bl ilii Sink on h Hunk ctt
m aldeJlcala1aflff llili wlllili In
MttiWtb Utititi intent ami fact
ffeeiiwlfo 1I6wi myt1 liettt petoti
rr6Mkill6dahd othera werebnllJlijiJrfdj
lilMtilt of iIuJLiUl gUaerd
Jtutti a er tottdtft atloti on tbs ttlglrtef
vui juu jrauf otisnaii of llm eitt com
prising an area about 00 mile font nhd 400
tarda wde i In ndna Vtrnk 70 fit am
htrtUal tdoitl of wood MttA occupied by ill
pdOfer olaaseawet dttroyed
Urea were lot and 4ft00 people were ten
dercdhoaicletK r r
coNquKsiioxAS
Apjiit 2i Settalcthe Genmajlward
Hl wWttrfccn op and Mr ttbdts amendment
38 nays in
TnIti4M on
aid on the
KnilOmont of
MltMctttvtan from nm
viu Aanira renorteu Intvir
flu Mtll Iiuvm1
inn
ollic bill aifthorklnir ha
an cjnMiUrloh to tho Arc
wb ma cucnuirj ji
BoHte Xearly tho entire sesalon
a mea In pnriiimectan tnetlca oror ho
tpecial lJeficicnoTbfli tho Demoerati ptj
doaTorln tj lbult the debate to flre mlnntes
while tho ftepnbll ans led by Mr Conmr
Jllch llllliuitereet to prevent a vote being
taken n wlitcb they wrro necejfuL
Atiul i Senate Tbo Post ronte bill
wna reported from committee TJie Army
Mil im read aa if came from the IIonss Mr
lllalrio moved to strike out the Section pro
liibltlnit tlio ue of troorn nt the noll4 ln
lectcd by a slttcf party ote 20 to 3 A nnm
bmr 01 amendments were then proposed by
the HepnWI ans tho effect of wht li wwad bo
practically the Mime us striking ont the ob
jectlonablo clnnse She Democrats promptly
voted down all snch amendment and thr
Mil then passed yeas 23 nays ISj
Bouse The JSuvakApprppriatlun bill pa9cd
Consideration wasreaumrdof the
uciency miu nnaer an atnreinenc inat tne do
nates should be lluiUnd on tbe Kepnliticim
side to one horn- and twenty minutes and on
the Democratic side to cnty mmntcs Dc
bato was postponed until to morrow n
evening session was held for consideration of
the Immigration Ml
April 23 Senate The Post route bill
passed after which the SpolTonl Kellogg re
port was taken np and Mr Baqcy spokoln
tavor of thc reaolutionfor unseating Kellogg
The Senate bOf to oxtend rhe time for com
pletion of tho Texas Pacific Itailroad was ro
ported without recommendation On motion
of Mr Coctrenrr the House Joint resoution
nnthoilzinRrtietecretary of War tolend tenia
to Govurnor of Missomi for the uaoof
snttorcrabrthereeent tornado in tlktblate
whs pissed Jldjonrnrd till Mondav
Hoiue The Special Deficiency bill was taken
up uud Mr Garfield IL O explained hti po
sMion In regard to the amendment proposed
by him lor tho emal dtstribntion of Dopt tf
WU9U1U3 uuiviiiji uiu twg print ipiu panics
He said that whatever -else
shin mieht eit at loast all narti
Ol
lire should
nit at tbe ballot bos and unite in law
ana in justice to curocee tree equal ti tlioniu
elections evyeuero Mr Keifwr It O
dfcjireed w Ith hwcolleagne Jlr Garueld ns
to tbe merits of the amendment even as nn
independent proposition regarding it as part
of lntont to break down the pono
of the Government at he vcrv fount tin
head of its strength t The amendment was
tlmn in And th liill iubtA1
3fr Waddm D Mo alluded to the tefible
tornado which had swept over the town of
Aiarsnria in ins uisincr anu wihcii naa loio a
lane number of narons homeless and destt
tine anu iniroaucca n joint resolution
the Secretary of War to furnish the Gov
ernor of Missouri with SOD tents for the benfit
of the snlfereis Iossed
Apiut 24 Senate Not ingession
JTptae Theday wotf spent in theteonidcratIon
of piiv ate bills - I
CONDEJfSED TELEGHUIS
The Indian Appropriation bill was
reported to the Senate onlthb SKaf The
KolMgg Spoflord case was further consld
ered bat no actton taken The House passed
the bill for the relief of certain homostead
and pre emption settlers of Kansas
WILLIAM HjKemble Emil iT
Petroff Charles B Salter Jesse B Craw
ford and Wm FBumbcrger convicted of
bribery or corrupt solicitation of voters
as it is denominated by the Pennsylvania
statutes have been sentenced each jo 1000
fine and to bne years Imprison
ment in the Eastern Penitentiary
Kemble is one of the wealthiest men of Phil
adelphia wclf known as a business man and
a politician The offense for which they
were Wed and conripted was Influencing
members of the Legislature to vote in favor
ef abillappropriatingmoney to pay losses
incurred by the Pittsburg railroad riot
Between 60000 and 0000 niuicr3
and laborers in the Schuylkill Lehigh and
Lackawanna Valleys in Pennsylvania are In
a state of enforced idleness the coal com
panies having stopped the production The
shut down will be maintained till Jlay3d J
Maooh -Miss a town on the Mobile
and Ohio Bailroad about 125 miles south of
Corinthwas demolished by a tornado on
-the night of the JJth Twenty two build
tags s were blownawayi Including
alt the railroad offices and chops
sixteeov can blown frorn Tthe
track and seveneenpersans wisriTt killed
and twenty two InJuredQtily two houses
in the place remainstandlcg npart and
these Were turned rotoospitalsT wliere the
wounded werecared for by physiiians and
nurses sent from Meridian --
ATEIlswqrth near Bloomingtoc ill
on thj26th analtcrcatioa
twecffGeneral UrAbrahamG Hendryx
and TtSbrttiicrbflw FrankBaney
0rowmgiQUtot anioia jfamiifetiarrel iV
wtitV 11 riwiikTtmtorJ trill OnilroT
1 Zi Tr -v j L opponent and shot him thrtugbrthe heart
totaTeaaJhsdlrsm 7ICTU05 phducinglastanUeaaHenjaftoen
fed ostensibly bound forJi
ith havia pertuadedltsafof life
Lewd Bel
atnilca She
iMt saiiing ellpper lmiltcscl now
as the Tropic but fonncrrjnejfcsaj
the Belie under whidi namiT
figuretl iaia bckade ramwVciruig
our a friend of Bailey attempted to inter
fere when Hcscivx f toned wyijfal two
bote at him one of the bails penetrating
lungs and causing death in
an hour Theaffnt took place on
place sfJJfley aawTjibvl
whfje ffeder the Influence of liquor and
Commenced to raise a disturbance Hen
dryi surrenderedtiimielf and was lodged in
wK I efBmnw
At Paint Bock Ala on the Mem
Phli ud Charleston Railroad five houses
were destroyed and three children kflledby
the iarrlcane onthe alghtbf the fStrir1 The
ionniJld great damage throughout various
sections of Tennessee Georgia Kistiuippi
and Alabama
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to dlstinmilnh tlem analt Other liarta at the
town were ept soelcan of IiousSs and trees
and shrubbery that the scono rosembh d mere
rirta of an open common than any
thing eie The roof of the Court house
waa blown off and a third of lie
walls blown down The principal
buildings around the Sqnaro were piled o
ether reembllng more n mass of rnbtsh than
ulidtngs Jloujes and parts of houses were
scattered ocrywherc Onlf lour nnnll busi
ness honscs were left standing u Injured on
he Sluare The dwelling liousct situated In
the southern part of the town escaped injury
not lying In the path of the storm
Tho dfltmctlon of was enough
but v Ik n ve add to this the loss of llfo taken
togethir with tho distre slng ireumitanccs
tho scene can be better imagined than describ
ed Coroses were scuttcred In everv direction
along the streets and from time to time were
dwell out irom uio pucs oi acuiu uornuiy
miinglcrt and disfigured Xow and than a
body would be found with the bead severed
fioui the trunk Again tbo head would bo
mashed in and bruins and blood would bo
soattcred around Some were found mnncled
almost beond recognition If anv thine1
i Louiuucmorcnornuieiuan ino siuc ot tne
arnu ooaias it wis tne condition or the
wounded whose piteous groans and heart
rending cries u ore hcird on every aide
ASSISTANCE FltOlt ABHOAD
As soon iw the news pf tho disaster reached
Springfield and Ix banon two spcclit trains
were dipatchod from Springfield with
and pb and sucb supplies as
could be hurried y obtained and a large num
ber of citizens of Lebanon came np on the
momingpiissengcr triin About three oclock
the freight train from Sprlnglleid brought
aoouttnrec iiunurea people with provblons
and medicines for tho wonndCL
sr
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Artrfln
idly as the bodies of tho dead and
could he extricated from
th mins of tho bnlldlnss they were prepared
xor xnif rmiiiL inc wuanuuu wuru uonveyea
n lin Anlir nralrnlvla ctnipfnro otnnllnn
the public school bnlldiug which was not
DRaiy aamoKCu ltwiuianimmw a imspi
tat and cots prepared for their reception
There art now liny wounucu in tins bnuuuig
under the care of noblo women from Leba
non and Springfield who are doing all in their
Sowcrtoaleviate tho sufferings of those tut
or thelrcare
A DAT LATKK
The scene here April SC ii oneof tho great
est desolation and the excitement lias tx en
such tbnt no complete list of the dead has
been kept Ot or seventy persons are known
to liavebecn killed in the town and of this
number between fifty and sixty have been
identified Eighty wonnded perrons have re
ceived intention and sixty lit e of them are
now in tho hospitals Seven of the number
arc pronounced futally injured Sixty nurses
and tutnty doctors aro here from spring
field Lebanon and Holla and every thing
po sible Is being done tor the relief m tho
wonnded and destitute Tbe cittrens have
organized into committees for various
poses - ith E W Barnes as Treasurer
grams offerlnc help have been received from
st Louts 1hilndclphhi Chicago Oswego and
Columbus Kas
The property los to the town is estimated
at 400000 Tne loss of goods in stock is ostt
niiited at 100100 With few exceptions the
los ueingMxai
ranrrciinoiu rwi
storm inv ebster
wiU not fall abort
wonnded ind it mayextecd that number
The total loss of property in tbe county -will
reach tho enormous figure oi 1000000 -
VARIOUS INCIDENTS
A babe eighteen months old whoso mother
was killed unit friends all wounded waa
found 1 esterdny in the ravine north of town
wlin If Hv nil nttfht Tt f4 nnv rlMnir Trail
AiiotUer Utile cliid about two yearn old was
yivieruay tutei noon xonnu in a ireo upt
where It hmi been nearly twenty four
hours It Is considerably braised but will re
eotcr It is understood that it vras to day
claimed by its parcnto who live somo two
and a half or tbreemilfls from Sonthtown Its
aerial llisht lionco must have extended over
three miles A wagon baa been found that
was carried over four miles and n seetionof
the iron smoke stack of the mill over three
and a half mlcs
1AEItAL LIST OF THE KILLED
Mrs E W ryan Matilda Wldemeyer Eddie
vviuemeyer Louisa hicks air noiso jvancy
A Ilawlcy and child J 31 LectLi wife and
tuo children Daniel Wright and wife Wm
Dos Lucinda Goodam Jora Smith Jolia
Starr Funnle Johnson Ida Smith Ann
Woods Aru ie Xadd Kittle Whtte
infaut ohildMrs Short Mrs
Arleia Kirg and iuiunt child two
E ans children Minnie Smith UcnVy
Mrs J W Potter Dr Bradford and son
Ser Florence M Moore Eer E E Coudo Ho-
beeca Sntheilln aged 8 Mbert Sutherlln
fourr Orange D Smith and his three
children atollie George and Or
ange Cora - Crlssman Ion Evans
Fanny JoneslMarv Knight VVm Johnson
Naney Smith Mrs Short Fnnnr JiurrettLu
cinda nicks Mrs Healy Mrs Frank Smith
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unxeu eye in a lew huchh xuu laci
ofiits possessing a tail when so fax
Irom the m augurs well for its becom 1
IrTou like mint Tinerarrwith roast
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lime arsenic and alba among the
Ct1al frwnclosionShUonal8toc
also arnveu at thai tne poisonous color
ing matter increases ul kidney com
plaints
was improving
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lint lid could toil vOrso tiling about
tho Do Youngs Ifmti licy could about
him
Accordltigly tho lla Ttontigt iml tip
tho t auntiot and In be isitic of
ttcdiiosday August 20 tho Chronicle
opened fire wltli rt loti artlcio rjuvlqw
Ing Kallorhs career in Bostbtf nnd
Kanft3 This nrtlcl charged him with
baring boon engaged in numerous
scandalous scrapes since ho was twelve
rears old Mo was charged ilh dririk
ing while In the pulpit nnd being con
nected with innumerable swindles and
scandals both in tho Kivit and in Kan
sas whither he afterward removed
The article created great 6xcjcment
and whs followed the two ffucceeding
days by still more virulent and person
al attacks
Friday night Auzust 22 Kalloch had
ad vertfceda mass mecting at tho Metro
politan Temple at wfiich it was given
ont that he would read an articlo ptfb
lisbod live years previous in an obscure
paper called the Bun written by one
B F Napthaly This article was a
personal attack on the De Yonngs and
on the reputation of theimiotlier which
had provoked a vain attempt to kill
Napthaly bylhe De Yonngs at tho time
Dc Yonng sent word to Kalloch that if
he read thij article he would be shot on
sight meeting came off as adver
tised a yxept that Kalloch did not read
the article BTiTcontented himself with
- - - - j
a merciless attacK on tue iamuy rccoro
of the Dc Youngs He said that he had
the article in his pot kef and that it
would be published and commented on
within a few days
De Yonng evidently considered the
proceedings of tho evening as equal
provocation to the reading ot the arti
cle and acted accordingly The fol
lowing day Charles Tie Young drove in
ucuuuu tu uie biuu cuiruucu ui
politan Tomple and sent a messenger
to tell Kalloch that somo one wished to
see him As Kalloch came toward the
coupeDe Yonng fired twice and Kal
loch fell shot in thebreast and in the
thigh A rowd immediately seized
Dc Youngs carriage and upset if He
was kicked and braised ana would un-
upiibtedly have been stamped to death
UU LIIU SpUII Hit UVI U JOigU UlfUJ UI
police come suddenly to the rescue and
hurried him to jail
The result was of course intense ex
citement j on the part of the working
men and the calling out of the police
and military The mob was preparing
to sacs inotircmicic oiucc anaiyncn
theDe Yonngs whenif was pacified
by lifer announcement that Kalloch
ana in 110 immediate
iports from the track of the AC that time Kallochs son was prom-
o fioo nu ifcd and soo gentaTono pf the leaders of tbt mobT
u uiiiuu a spcucu ab iuu oauu riuui
where he -was received with
ons cheers JEIe assailed De Young in
terms jio less outspoken than those
used by his father and appealed to tho
crbwdrincase Do Yonng should not be
legally executed to kiUDe Yonng and
helDthe speaker avenge his father
The mob was finally appeased by Kear
ney andSwcd by tho uatling guns and
iAsjkalloch grew better the excite
ment subsided and when Kalloch was
elected nnd De Yodng released the
wholo affar had almost been forgotten
Charles De Young tho murdered
man was a notable character on the
Pacific Coast Ho was about fortv
yoarsfof ageandof Vewisnestractlpnr
1 Less than twenty years ago He was set
tingtypo onf the 3 aacramento jjmon
With bilt little canital other than that of
his hands and brains hc left for Sail
TFTiiaolwriiiMifti rwrnnTr irttri tm
brother Mike hb started a theatrical
advertising jsheet -known iasrthe Dra
inalieChroniHel Despite its small size
it fnadoitselffelt from its stinging
porsobalitiesPand bright witty- ar
ticles J -Its - editoraWcurea the
services of good writers Mark
Twain among jthoriumberV and from
the outset jt was an assured success
Through its growth from a Jsmall sheet
to a large and jfluccessfulsnowapaper
the scent of the roses has cluDg to it
stilt and Charles Do Young has made
the Chronicle noted for its personalities
and sensations- Many a man has gone
gwiniii2 ior unariey iieEonng Dut has
alwslound him aman who would
shoot pnthb slightest proyocatpn H6
has had numerous shooting uur3ysbutl
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our weiitarnskv tr
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man and came out unhurt
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A bright educator in Illinois says
that t a very j valuable preparation lor
teaug graded sciiMlSjissome ex-
ppHcyblinelargrcities
uauiuf iu mo employ uukoi veacanrsin
favor of thek graduates vof theurfown
choolsIvto the almost total exclusion of
tho8from tbe country is like what
Lttock raisers call breeding in and in a
nian yvnjcu uvDosacoeasiui mtucDe in
the Jmndsof averyludicoh stock-
fjuohv wouiu uov nun tne city acnooiv
anditis a ouestloBi whether tha dnft
luipivvcu uy a juuiciuua unisauig ui ino
breeds between tho graded and the un
graded system- Prairie Farmer
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all by ill tiie it Iviltgi of tliizciiliitiiriiiit
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scltlcmoiiis of host liii Unit hnvo lent
tencheil nl gK at iwl nil I nice accCHc l finMt
hot nvnlu bo lirnught Ititn itliMloii mill wo
hold that film- who seek tntavcrH lit fit hi In
aileorfo revltopwtconlfoversiesfor pjijlk
cm oiifcr nro nnwio siiiteineii inn nrtiigrr
ous pnllllual leaders Justlr responsible tor
dltlirblng he pace iftd obstruciriig tho wel
fare of tho Country
7 file duly of nit IteptitillcAiis loyiillr to
support thetamfldntes of tho parly and the
dinr if nuuilnutluin contention ti nresent
A Piece of Impertinence
During the war the ftebcl yell de
noted a peculiar fprmation oftheJSouth
ern throat since the war ithe ex-Confederates
have been chiefly distinguished
by a peculiar formation of cheek
What thcy failed to seize from tho
Government at the poinjjpf the bayonet
they have not hesitated to demand as a
reward for renevved allegiance South
ern lilaims began to come in before re
construction had been fnirjy inaugtf
rated ThdV have Seen grtTwinjr in num
ber and magnitude ever since- Every
Democratic vKtbryaV the polls and
every accession- to the iiemoentic
strength in Congress has brought with
them new raids upon the public Treas
ury The principle upon which these
ueinuuus scciii iu uuruasuuis iuuluu
soutn snouiu uo inueinuiiiuu iur tue
losses incident to a desperate but futile
effort to break dqwn tho Government
A Pacific Railroad was built through
the center of the Continent during the
time the South was in rebellion
hence the South having returned
to the -Union when its lighting
were exhausted ought to
Eowers with another racific
Bailroad at Government expense
Large amounts of public money were
exDendedat tho North in various wavs
auringino progrc soi me- vwar an
JNortnem contractors grew ncn nence
Southerncontractors should be given
golden opportunities now to fill their
pockets lromjtue uovernment vaults
Thebnly conWbutioneverJevletVupon
theTSonthJforthe payinentofthe ex
nenses otawar1 which the South forced
uponthe Government wis in the shape
of a tax on cotton for a Dnol period
that has been denounced as simply in-
famous and there is a standing demand
for the return of the money It has
been necessary to support a separate
Court of Claims to consider tlievast
number of demands made upuh tlio
Government as a result of rebellion
and among the possibilities have been
seriously contemplated the pensioning
oi iveuet suiuiera tne muuiug ut inu
Rebel debt and indemnification for the
emancipated It has
j ndveroccurredtoaiiyoae at tho North
however mat tne uoverument wouia
be aiked to grant a specialrewafdto
thbmannfacturcrsJof improved firS
arms that Were used in killing off Union
soiuiers letioouuiern liuuuuunce naa
actually been carried to this extreme
length v
On GflnrwoX MoraB m Is nnw rififnre
n lit t rr as - L4
tiougreayiHMUg lot si udtv iKuta uu
inventions tor breech-loading- gunsrand
ammuuuon original patents ioi wnien
were srranted shortly before the break
ing ont of theBebelliori and alterward
iranaierreaiuy jut niorsoin person to
the Confederacy Morse began with a
caimfor87500g against the United
States for the usooFhi3Ie vices then
came down to 257000 for the payment
of which a bill was favorably reported
In theIait Congress and will now mod
estly content nimsen vfitn new patents
rnnnlnir fnr ttin bt t ifirciiiTni twiiIa
can bJaekmaii the fire arm manufact
urers i throughout the country We
presume this graduated concession on
morse s part nas oecn promptea by
much the samo motive as governed
Sheridan who used to begin with a
hundred guineas whenhej wanted to
borrow fivo shillings Morse probably
thinks he is entitled to the special con
sideration of the1 American people in
offeringto compromise upon a renewal
of outlawed patcnt4rvy hen he jreally
oughrtohaiamniion dollars for
the serricw hc
ate armyia the slaughterof the boys
in blueHewmldtpjoJbabjycitehia
AtAiahaAllKf mtt n sVh Tii li I
plo of the proverbial generosifjrofthe
Southern charactef1
It seems that MrT Morse had a special
who improved
bis position as Secretary of War under
Buchanan to play into the hands of the
Rebels Morse was a resident of Lou
isiana when he brought his breech-
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gates to the National CunvLiitluii that they
uonll proper elTorts for the nomination of
candidate who having ho rdpihitc uunliUra
tions forlhohlghomcoof Ileillcnt wlIIalo
have tho confidence and approval of all who
have hitherto ncli d with the ItcpuMcun par
ty who will Invite the support of other pa
triotic citizens dejlilur good gotemment
moro thin party aicccs whose nomination
wlllbemost erpedt nt bsciuse most worthy
nnd least objeutionnbic and whoso rlumphant
election to which wo plcdgo our hearty and
united effort will givu the asufnnee of a
cunttnuanco ot sound nnd benoficent policies
of ndmlnstrutton and of uninterrupted and
gnrving Jfatlonnl prosperity While wd do not
instruct our delegates wo recommend to their
ccpslderation a Hepulilican state man who
p messes in an eminent degree such qualities
Hiid rcpiisitcs rornomination the Hon Gcorgo
F Edmunds of Vermont
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hM iu tho pkHh Urn fuel in hut Mr
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by dcoidofiT tljdwfifo buttwii iiiey
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flfofiiiMwIiloli Wflfo Jeifyid bytitH
III H6ft Mt Mutab unUftiuHHlnif fiwfcr
bum with bitn when he went front
Wililfigiofi tiltliiiLiuiJ at the out
brdalf bfthd Wfif riud AIM tfetfl ifillid
Cohfcdetrtlolaiefit Ofllefi He would
iltlt llMVa l1lHH l l Uti Htwtilll tlttii tflrAm
icon the result of the late unpleasant- tiiMal inK
bet and ho naturally thinks that this W1 hands
nitio error oi juugment oiigin to- fie
ovcrloolfed Jflfee hi hesrf tfas all
fight all thd time t
It cannot be denied that Mr MorseV
claim upon the Government is a very
strong one as it standi Ilowciit over
Ui the Rebels jtisfiw soon as lift Could
after the United States Government
furnished him With S25000 for
manufacturing his implements of de
struction Tha Rebels might hnvo been
forced to go into the fight with ob
solete and useless guns if It had hot
been for Morses supplying them
with a superior weapon at tbe ex
pense of their opponents This cir
cumstance coupled tritfftfie fact that
Morse remained with tbe Confederates
up to tho last certainly constitutes a
ponerdl claimjupona Democratic Con
gress which is under the dictation and
control of an ex Confederate caucus
Nevertheless Morse and his friends
might increase the sense of obligation
which a democratic congress must
necessarily entertain toward him
If he could gather testimonials front the
leading Confederate officers who have
survived the war as to the effectiveness
of his weapons if Jie could showeven
approximately now may more union
soldiers were killed than would httve
been killed with theuoldstyIe of guns
in the hands of the Rebels if he could
demonslfatethatthe war wasactually
urolonged bv the use of his breech
loaders if he could make up statistics of
tne numoer oi widows ana orphans in
ihe North who mav trace their bereave
ment to the Morse gunTsopatnotically
transicrreu to ine itcoeis at tne very
beginning of the war and so loyally
uevoteu to wem as long as a cartridge
was leit men air aiorse wiunotoniy
be entitled to u renewal of his patents
for ah indefinite period buljalso to any
sum of inoney he may see fit to
demand just as soon as the Democrats
shall come - in complete possession of
the Government Chicago Tribune
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At lait wehave some reliabe news
A4 tftwWntr IVfr Tfbhan inturiifafA Tn
oc rather concerning severaT things
thatheJms decided npon Ashis va
riua dans come VGracians
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vv ashingion corresponaert lioso
sources -of information wens ound
several rcliale whir he
Kaah lam Inil KmrwUMm illllon
WUU luwp UW Wi - oM JOUUI
his youth wep cau Taptlhoehijnf VfHii
last In ofdeftomofe cxinciieiysate
thoyarions intentions of OldUsnfruct
we place the situation innumerical or-
J Krstowillslick by tjejarty and
bo nominated in spite -of Mr John
KeUy ac -
Second He will close up that little
troublevvith Mr Kellyandgo tojin
cinnatiwiththe solid Empire State ai
Third Hrwilirwithdrawbwcausehis
friends behove the goodol lft party so
Fourth Ho does not even hope tojio
nominated bufrrkoeprngithe JJfSdC
ma puny uijjixmirw MujpnMu pouiieaa
heir at the moment of howndisealeV
ttnn
v Fifth Hewfli vrffltSrawin favor of
xS sfaiw3 Sspj
- Sixth f Also in
Tenth Ho will turn up tfCiiieismrt
with a half scompfJbRe8jgnjUl lie
htclsjlill the cityjritbthe jiaSiBal a
thousand hired meiiaiid take the prize
away without opposition 5 JS 3rJl
It will of couwepkeep tkecM gentle
niaiLiherbuto fnliltiil tkese boa-
L tracts bat what time and strength Jit
lMiUVnil UV 9UIU11CU UJ UIO VAIllCalWU
ehts who placed these obligatiojMtrpon
him3 The countTT 0dllaleabe
pleased to know just what ItoTildeB
prqposes to do under th political stress
that events haveplaced apon him
Cleveland Leader - - -a
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jaV The inability ofMr TUdentO
the nomination at Cincmnatf
Srocure
ir himself ris nowsweUaeiiblisssdd
Mri Tilden JwillBathci thJDmaTatfn
caridSlat TheainzT hope hehas is
to dictate the choice of acmndidstesgwl
secure the nominatjoa of the person ke
picks ouurla ouTijudgTaentTildens
man whatever his sane or oeeapatjoa
will be as -hard to elect if jioniihatad
as TUden himself The fact that ha la
Tildens nominee will lutndicap him
irum inBtan aaa ne will mm pomvMB
the poor advantage bf controuutrtaVi
spigot of the historic barL Mr Tuden
must keep his -hands off altogether or
the Democracy -will JawTCisriaiUsW
load to
fDezni - -
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v eojfiees VonuuKee tMieiker
my n ui ituuieut coiorea i man irom
Natchitoches La wnosaid hawai a
Republican but voted the Democrato
ticket because he considered it safer to
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horse cewld hr1ff him nnd iworu otit
two vtmnnU tot tlil atrcst oho tatfj
iiirhlv lit III llil tlllll III llfflHf full
jcrtffylfig djly w6npfi Wilson chfirgs
ino negro triiircnrrying a snnrgtin
llvillff4 Urll Iti tlllS
of a Democrntio Uonitaulo who j
iummOucd ft tlose of Dcinotratid
l hoodlums Ut go dull Mike thfififrtiif
j Loavin this place swearing tltst they
Would bring in mo cursed nigger ueau -
oralfve this crowd ol roughs stirtotfa
high glee Soon offer fhej1 lmdgoffd
the nogru arrived In 11114 city nnawatt
that the iioundsof the law were after
him Sauntering aroUbd Ihe principal
street going httTthc post tifflce malf
ing a letter and walking around the
public square unconcerned and not
conscious of having done any act that
he should bo arrested for ho started to
leave the city on foot carrying his car-
pet-sack-and shotgun
going in the direction of Indianapolis
When about two miles out he was
covered by twoDeftiocrats who were
returning from the country These
men burned in- as tost as possible
sounding the alarm that ihe nigger
was out on lucaiiciugaa rcutu armuu
with a shotgunl AnotberjBsfarrant
was then placed in Ihe hands of Rnd
Johnson aDeniocrattc saloon keeper
who is not an officer and feiverr the-
A
authority by Andrew J Higgins a
Democratic ijnstico of tlio Peace tf
summon to help him catch the negro as -
many men as he wanted Johnson -commenced
to make up hi3 posee se-
Jeclmg tee Amstien and six ot bisi
gang the menwho so badly
maltreated fhjS felloon eleclioif day J
As soon as the crowd was madeu 6
they commenced -to clamor for shot-
guns and ri ties- but before starting sat itt
isfied themselves by taking revolvers
Asthey started Amsden swore -that theyu
wpnld bring in the uiggcciftliey liad
td kill him AbouHhree miles from
town they camccfn siglifof the tiegro -who
dropped his coat audsachejianctj
startcdt6 fun thohoodhims after hmi r
When in range 6ftheirrevo1versthcj l
openedi hre andshpt several times
whether vvith effect is notj knownij
Amsden soon returned with IJiyk Flaitz
a candidate for Sheriff and Zinc other
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man bringing thetcpat and gachel asc
theit frophiesAaTden was uasked wf
pHed -We went uitt to Mhin7ants i
crovVdrf hisfolloviicrXhaid Whea
we fired the crissed niggefjttmpedin
thVslir arf a a hon crv iis out --
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out uieyaianqitio AAitUr
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crime the gravest case possible to bring
fAtTVinst him rtAinnr tn w 4nsiTt1f Hn isf mv
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who hiabu3edhisa paitCi5iT
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one would ever think of making agsanat
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niggers foWalTdehTef it was ond
ferslseggefstliow noSies ft tofbe
i1
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thd relation to Samuel J Tildcn that aM
frrr 1 il Iiji t
friends tojjako jhe
menisior a comnner reDaired to tho
nstonShcaMofmdeJ
house and was1
ctirpsei HreenictoiMman easy
chair KccireiTiigiaKtnnfi
afcGeaeral JcLaaewiiowav
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slierylDemcsdujringatie exciting
jaiuiu iiiiurauB cuuiroversy oi nearly
afquarter of a century ago
nas Reefpi3jaenioiuigeju JprtlieTrl
past eiASipt7ears stmvppsiip iaj
poUtie ejcieasloMlly JS now iftkVt
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party considerations and nomiBato A
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