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THE SCOTT COIIKTY KSWSBOY.
mil. A. ItArXER, robUsher,
I.EXTON . MISSOUBI.
A bomb was found, on the 14th, in the
doorway of the lianquo d la Socicte
Ucncralc in Purls.
TnE shoe business Is picking wy.
The mnntiftictnrers of I.ynn, Muss., are
daily reporting tliciirrlvnl of fresh or
ders from nil points of the compass.
Dn. Woi.ror.n Kkt.pos, formerly of
rnnamn, now a resiiU-iit of Now York
city, hns been elocteil n fellow of t'.ie
ttoynl Geographical nxU-ly of London.
KxoTVH.t.r: (Tern.) collepe, one of
the most noted e.lv.entlonal iiiMitn
tions for colored people in the United
States, suffered a ?4000 loss by tire
on the night of the l.V.h.
TnE nomination of Wheeler II. IYck
liam for associate justice of the I'nited
Mates supreme court was rejected by
the setiata in executive session, on the
10th, by a vote of 41 to
A siiinrn of New Yorlc banhs and
trust compnnies hava V ;.".in t loan
money on wheat, and are offering four
months' loans, at tt'-j to 4 p.r cent.,
taking wheat as cojlatoral the same us
The rhihu-lphia Tubiic I.e.l'or ap
pears with the ntune of lieorjre V.
Child Drexel at fie heal of U edito
rial columns as editor and puKMu r.iu
place of that of the late Goc:'go V.
Titk acJMinnlnte 1 fortune from the
original hohthis of M. lluluvni.', after
whom the city of Imbnqiie. I-.i.. wan
named, said t,i anvu-.nt to f4S.ivo.Oi).
Is b- i:; lei UeJ after by a number of
rKTrn Nrvii.t.T". a New York election
inspector, found p-iiil:r of nei'eet of
duty and fraudulently manipulating:
the election returns was. on t'i.' 14th,
sentenced to one year's imprisonment
in the peuitentiarr.
Jnrs I'ltANcot Vif.tte. at one time
n member of t!u Vreueh eabinet, but
ut the time of his deuii-e reprfentinp
the urrond'ivement of Montbeliard in
the chamber of deputies, died ia l'aris
on the night of the l.".t'i.
Sotn of the newly-appointed consuls i
are dissalistled with their salaries, an' I
through members of conjrre-i and j
others are r.ia'niu vain effort 4 to se-i
cure an increase in tlie income auoweu
them by the pivoriiiiient.
Fon the seven months ended .Tanu
nry SI. 1 '. I. there was a decided ftsll
Injrolf in the exp. risof breadstuffsand
mineral oils from the same period ended
January :U. lS'.i:!. In theexport of pro
visions thtrj was a siijrht increa-e.
At the Grrt aunuunoed midday re?ep
tion at the Yi'hit-j Honse. on the 14th,
several hundred r-trail ye rs took advan
tage of the opportunity to shake the
president's hand, including: a delega
tion of Indians who wanted their ugeut
The employes of the Northern Pacific
road, by their attorney, have filed in
the United States circuit court at Mil
waukee a motion for a moditieation of
Judjje Jenkins' famuli order forbid- j
din;.' a strike. The motion will be ar- j
gued on the iiHh.
Ox the l.'th the president sent to con- !
press a letter from tlie secretary of
Btat i uro-inx the necessity of providlntr
the full amntint i.lt)..M i of his esti
mates for tlie coiitin-'eiit expenses of
foreiprn missions, and also a defiek-ncy
of for the cut-rent year.
A sr.i::::.s of eartu
currcd at Oh-Ku':-:
clo-e to t!ie Siber'an
a volean'e re-ji-m. o i
2Tth of l)ecc:t;b-f.
the -;ih ti.e
tated nud a f;snt u:;
i. !c i.-ii
A insp.'.Tcu revived from Cape
Town, on th 10;h. condruied the re
port that I. .' etrruia. kin-.- of tl'.e Ma
tabcles. ha i died In t'.ie bush, presum
ably from the c1"ect of L-.n:t and the
e.poui-e to v uieil h,
tlcernp' from the I'litl
.'as sii' j-'ete.!
T;tr: I'vi-nch cover
mined to iitop tiu p'.
beinjr ma le to V;:i'.!a:
cemetery. An order
forbiddin-; anyott '.i
:'.ment is deter--ritrtape
it's ffrave in lvry
lias b en if sue-l
visit the srrave.
and nollceir.cn have
leea siati-.died at
to iCJ t.li'.t
Tuk polie of V.'.nw.iw, r.us.ia, clfi'm
to have discovered an extensive con
spiracy, the object of which is to te
cura the freedom of Poland. 1 he con
spirators are said to include nihilists
as well as persons not usually founo
lrttiliutin with iromb.-rs of that sect
A larye numucr of arrests have beet
O.v the 12th Justice Pradley, in the
circuit court of tne District of roluin
bia, denied the writ of mandamus
prayed by C. T. Hiker, of Chicajro, to
compel the secretary of the treasury
to turn over to him the entire new Is
Btie of J iO.OdU.OO'J treasury bon is, but
grunted hitn the right to ba heard by
TllR will of the late Charles" P. Peck,
of New Vork, which leaves fl.OOO.OCO
to Pr. P'irkhurst's Society for the Pre
vention of Vice, was probated on the
13th. A contest of the will has been
bejrun by Mrs. Matilda Carter, who
claims to Ikj a child of tlie lat5 Alex
ander Puthp-ate, from whom Peck In
Fhom a note contained in a bottle
picked t'.p on tho beach of one of the
Hebrides islands, it is learned that the
llritish steamer llornhead, which
i ld frnm ltnltimora Aufiist 1J nriH
Hampton ltoads August 20. for )uo.
I n. and of which nothimr was after.
waml honril ivna Kiinlr in mii1-nn:in liv
-in.im ecu. t,
-- -r. -
Mbs. Mtb.v IIbadwei.l, the first
'' woman to be admitted to the bar in
f"- the United States, died in Cliicnsro. on
the 14th, aged 03 years, rihe was ad
mitted to the bar only after a long
flirht. during which bhe carried her
care np to the supreme court of the
United States, feho had of late rears
1 vm m i n a r.tiw m ,1 nmnMLfn.
the Legal New? which she conducted She played the par of Page to
1,. .i.;n. ' 71 Alabama. T
VT4bU IMVS mv'j-
NEWS AND NOTES.
A Summary of Important Brents.
In the nnt9, on the I-;th. a Isrtre nambfirof
p-tltlons a-nlna, the Vurlons clnunes of the
Wilon t:irl!t bill worn presented, ami Mr. Gol
lln'cr pGered a isiiustlt'ito for the MIL A num
brrof HIM of minor lra-iomnce wore pbmmI,
aftrr wlileU Mr. Gray spoke oa lbs resolution
Uriliirtrif It tnoxpe.llent at this tlmi to con
sul it tuitlier the question of annexation of Ha
waii. Another m?;tira from ino president
tr:u:s;nl!tln,x IlnmaM.vi corrivipoatlimce was
rr'S:".:tpil. Aft'T tttiH.lttrf maul-it io, Ill's Men
! rto. n n further nmr'i of repo,t to the lnt-3
' 15iih-es ntr.Uvo l'if.;k. r I Ohio, a Ijo'.irneJ
j Ia Ilia hciiM" n in tii'-er ofi Ills wer-3 passed.
an 1 tli?nrm -y tl-tk-kiiu-y 1111 was taken up In
committee of ths wlii'K
Is til' s.-nv.o. oi t'.u 11th. tho bill ta con-tln-e
In for.-c t.ir ten yo-.irt tho n-t of Mnr.h 2,
ls t.) pret-vt tho t'.sh In the fMora-.c river
In tha l'Krkt rf C'ohtm' un;l to provide a
si'.iv.ninit K'rnunJ for slml ant herring In the
I'olom if. pnised. Mr. t'rar resumed his
fp'ci'i on t'.t" II iw:iti'in r'SiVut ot. and battso
bill ranirini Mtlronds In t.'rr'.t T'es to esta!
lWh certain station, was ilcl-ttted without ac
tion In tli; holts? tho Hewitiinn corre-
r.pon.leni-c tr:i'im!ttoJ ly the pr.'Sl-lent was
rend. mt'T wlst.-ti t'.io S'i-tilor.:e till was
tr.lfn up. tin nft r coasld-'raMo dlsrasslon,
! Mr. Hl-.i i o!T 'r.'.l on amendment to j.'illuaS
i coacorniti:: r.d.'inption and r.-lsu3 of notes.
Is the a.'iinte. on the 1 1: h. a remon-itrnnoc was
rresoutcd from the V. C. T. C. n:,-ulnt Ihetax
ra whisky, 'tho un!'nihod lt:s;tics. tclan
I th hoase tilll T'lUifiT.' r.iilrj.a ls ia t'aj terri-toi-1
's ti miii:t:iia stntion nt towns ctnt)
I li-e 1 ! y th.i Interior department, was taiten
up. I lit wvnt ever without intioa. After tt
I s'aurt esecitlv.; s" -Ion the enat Midjourned.
In tlie ho.ie a nam er of executive com-
I manlc aii.ias wcr.' laid before the house, anions
thrni one i.'estin : tU it tile statu of Liberty
Knll.r.t.T.'.a,; fa o World In Now York harbor bs
i:t;lzM p a l.eacon. Messrs. Qii ,-sr ant
i Stratj. ttcmtc-rs-cloct from Sew York, wera
I sworn In. A k ttcr from Mr. llrnwley was rea.l.
I -.tatl'i : t'i it hn resi. -nation ns a member of the
I t:o-.!se w.ei'd !? forwarded t the gorernor of
; Si i:t'a i 'ai'oiina.
Ix tV.e senate, on the l?th. Mr. Mcl.nttrln.
1 suvves-wr to Mr Walthall, of Mississippi, re
i sUnel. was sworn in. 1 he unfinished 1 usinss.
I beiai: the bill requiring railroads in territories
! to taalatala stniioi.s and depots nt all towns
I rva'dntied l y tho interior department, was
ta'; 'u up and Its dis u-s!on o.'i'upied the entire
.':. m. 'i h 1 was pa--s?l. tlie vi.e-preai-
ileat ! reaiUnia tie by an ainrmntire vd
In th house, nfter preliminary t usincss. the
island s if:iior:i:e coinage till was consid
ered in commutes of the whol. but without
: ny action bein.' ta'.ten the committer arose at
5:ttf o clock nal the house a IJournc l.
Is the s nat oa tho lth. after the transac
tion of some routine business, nn cxeentiv;
s 's-ii-m w.is held, lasttnsr nnirly four hours,
nf :er whicii the senate immediately adjonr.ie 1
iDuriti'.- thr so. ret session the nominatl.tu of
Wheeler H. Pe.Uham. of Xew Yorit. to be as
so.'lat, J.istice ot the supremo court was re-
je.te I : y a vote o( 4t to :!2i In the bousa,
after t'.ie tnoruini hour. ir. Ulan! moved taat
the nous ' xo into couunitt -e ot the whole for
the lonsoieration of th sel.-nlorase bill and
to close the dent; at 3 o'clo.k: but the ses
sion was frittered away in tililuisterltif; auainst
the motion. An evening seas on was held for
the consl.leratioa of private re isioa bills.
PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
Thk bis tannery nt the town of
i Sand Hank. . .. was burned to tlie
rrround on the niirht of the Pith. The
lo-s is clO.i.iH'O. It was owned by Lane
Pros., of Poston, and employed luu
shortly after 4 p. m. cf the 1"th Pr.
Arthur Iiuesti-ow. son of the late mil-li'-naire
Uranite Mountain capitalist
I.ouis Puestrow. residinjr in St. Louis,
shot his wife and infant son at their
palatial home, mortally wounding the
former and killing the latter. Tlie
irajredy is s aid to have been the result
of a quarrel over Dnestrow's dissolute
httbits, in which another woman and
Ti:k '1 ransmlsslssipnl congress at
San l'ranei.-co was called to order, on
the b'.th. a: 10 a.m.. bv (iov. MeL'on-
j m il of Idaho. Anion,' the notable
I delegates present were tiovernorsllich
I tir-ls of Montana, Stone of Missouri.
; M.n-kham of California. Lanrhlin of
i Washington, and e.-0ov. Murphy, of
Poi.!Ci:mas Poifsov. of Taris. who
was shot, on the 11th. while attetnpt
nr to arrest the bomb-thrower Uretor.,
has been made a member of the Legion
Tii;::tki: tiinbcrinen wera impris
oned by an extensive rave-in at the
lay lord mine of tlie Kington Coal Co.
at Plymouth, Pa., on the pi'.h. There
v.y.s siuail hope of any of the im
periled men Veiner rescued alive.
Hans V"X Pri.ti'.v, the distinijuished
'.lertuan pianist, died in Cuiro, Egypt,
on the loth.
A r.ll.L pvohibitinr telegraph com
panies f r nn trunsmiltin;r race-track
news has been passed by the New Jer
Ti:k reichsta"; lias adopted a proposal
li.ttiie by llei-ivn ilickert and tiroeber
to iatrodiu-j in lierinary the Austra
lia i method of piliinir. A very larpe
majority of the netnbers voted in fa
vor of the propo- r.l.
TilK l ietieii courts which had de
clared their incompetency to try the
suit of the Princess C donna, daughter
of Mrs. John Y Mackay. against her
husband. Prince Colonna, for a leiral
(t ration an 1 th i custody of her chil
li fen, made an order, on the loth.
f .-1 v 3 ii g- the children, provisionally, into
;ho tnstoilv of tliotr father. The or
der wiil r.ut be obeyed, ns the princess
had some days previously lauded with
her children at New lorn.
The twent v-sisth annual conven
iion of tho National American Woman
Suffrage association met in Washing1
ton, on the loth, with n large attend
ance of delegates, representing all
parts of the country.
A l:oiTE for the proposed cable from
Lubuan to Houg-Kong, China, has
been surveved. la all the soundings
taken the greatest depth was shown
to be 2.300 fathoms, and the tempera
turc at this depth was registered at 33
A BicxsATios was created at Ilarrods-
burg. Ky., on the 15th. by the arrest of
William Graves and John Commmgo
for whitecapptrg. They are charged
with being members of the band that
recently called Josh Mitchell to his
door, near Nevada, and Miot him to
death, and who have also whipped and
terrorized many other residents in the
west end. Tho two young men are
members of leading families.
CiEoitGE N. Jeravi.d died nt Prince
ton, Ind., on the 15th, aged 83 years.
He had been cngnrcd in the general
mercantile business for fifty years on
the same lot, and was the pioneer mer-
chant of the city and probably of the
. " " n -v,
ux tne lam a car-iono. oi corn re-
n 11 T.l t ,-ui
.. i ,i 4 ,-
Cilu, noa iuuiiu vsf viiutniu tu uuo tui -
ner a large heap of mail that had been
rilled from some mail pouch and opened.
Tho mail was turned over by the police
to the postal authorities.
!Ur Pkooki.vn, one of the leading
, laities of tne Palmer stock company,
' playing at the lialdwin theater, bin
I Francisco, committed suicide on the
nltrhfc of Din 1Mb. bv IfilciniF notson !
T , TT
the 1-lth thi board of managers
of the San Francisco Press club cited
M. II. De Young, proprietor ot the
Chronicle and director-general of the
W Id-Winter exposition. to appear bnforo
them on the 2Uth to show canse why he
should not be ezpeled for unprofes
At a meeting in tlonolnln, on the 8d,
of the Annexation club, a resolution
declaring "that it Is the opinion of the
oflloers and executive committee that
a representative form of government
be established as soon as possible after
it is ascertained that the present con
gress will take no definite action
toward annexation," was passed.
Jamks Stone, the murderer of the
Wratten family near Washington, Ind.,
was hanged at the Jeffersonvillo (Ind.)
prison shortly after midnight on the
morning of the 10th. It was the first
legal hanging in Indiana for several
Po.sr McKase was found guilty nt
Prooklyn, N. Y.,on the 15th, of depriv
ing citizens of their legal fights of
access to tlie registry lists in tlu tJravcs
end district over which ho has for
years reigned as nn autocrat, manipu
lating elections to suit his will.
Itv exercising his prerogative for tho
first time. Vice-President Stevenson,
on the 15th, saved the Oklahoma town
site bill, requiring railroad companies
to maintain stations at town sites In
dicated by the iuterior department,
from defeat by breaking a tie with an
a fill uiative vote.
The wholesale dry goods house of
Jones, Witter A- Co. at Columbus, O.,
together with several adjoining tene
ments was destroyed by fire on the
loth, involving a loss estimated at
IIf.S. JfllAt. A. Eaw.Y fell down tin
steps of the Lynchburg (Va.) post of
fice, on the evening of the 15th, and
received injuries that may prove fatal.
Mlts. Axim'.kw Foy, who has been the
principal witness against Daniel Cough
lin in Chicago, has sued her husband
for divorce. She claims he has desert
ed her ever since she testified nt the
A M'MnER of families of farmers in
the vicinity of Hebron, Ind., are about
to move to Henrico county. Va., where
they say they are able to buy land at
lower prices than in Indiana.
The boiler in Lock wood's elevator at
Kelly. Ia., exploded, on the 15th, kill
ing John Tnnne'r and fatally injuring
Tin: notorious Zella Nieolaus was
a gain invited to "move on" on the
15th. this time from the fashionable
apartment house of Miss Dickson in
West Twenty-sixth street, New Vork
city. Zelhi is said to have a most
magnificent wardrobe, which she
brought back with her from Europe.
She is getting tired of "Al'' P.uh man
The large wholesale drug house of
Farrand. Williams fc Co.. in Detroit,
Mich., was completely destroyed by
lire on the morning of the ltitli, entail
iu jr a loss of $100,000; partially covered
Tin: American line steamship Paris
returned to yueenstowu, Ireland, on
the morning of the lfith. with her rud
der disabled. The accident occurred
"SO miles west of Quccnstown. and the
return trip was accomplished by the
use of the twin screws in steering.
A SofTiiEitx Pacific passenger train
was wrecked at Itos.-oe, Oil., about 1
o'clock on the morning of the 10th., by
three masked men. The express car
was then blown open by dynamite and
looted. The robbers got away, but a
posse was soon in pursuit. Fireman
Masters and a tramp named Granger
were killed. The engineer was badly
The fleneral Electric Co. started up
their factories at Lynn. Mass., on the
10th. on full time. This means a fifty
six hour schedule and the employment
of some 1.500 hands.
Two TP. A iss collided flear Jelan, be
ween Samara and Slaviansk, in east
rn Pussia, on the 10th, and thirteen
ler-sons were killed and several badly
Foin v cases of yellow fever are re
ported daily in Iiio de Janeiro.
A steam pipe on the (iertnan iron
clad Pi-audenl urg. lying nt Kiel, ex
ploded, on the 15th, killing thirty-nine
icrsons. and injuring nine .otliers.
LATE NEWS ITEMS
The senate was not in session on the
17th In the honse most of the day
,vas spent in debating a motion tonon-
oncur in the senate amendment to the
town-site bill, which was finally car
ried, and conferees were appointed.
After the call of committees for re
ports Mr. island moved that the house
iro into committee of the whole on the
seigniorage bill, and that general de
bate close in thirty minutes; but no
quorum voting, the motioii was lost,
and the remainder of the session was
taken up in speeches eulogistic of the
late representative (Jen. 'illiam
Lilly, out of respect to whese memory
the hou .e at 3:10 adjourned.
Chancellor vox Capeivi, of Ger
many, gives olhcial dinners with In
creasing frequency. lie has limited
the cost to twenty marks a plate,
ncluding wine and beer. His aide-de-
camp, wlio keeps the purse, has the
most rigid orders to spend no more
than the chancellor's annual salary of
13,000 marks, less the amount exacted
for state taxes. The chancellor, while
not wishing to save anything, will in
cur no debts.
Tub statement of the associated
banks of New Vork city, for the week
ended on the 17th, showed the follow
ing ch nges: Reserve, decrease, $11,-
30'J,S75; loans, increase, O.74:l.:;00;
specie, decrease, $3,-JI3,700; legal ten
ders, decrease, f'J.'JS'J.SOO; deposits, de
crease, (4,184,100; circulation, decrease,
The jury in the ease of the Mansfield
(Pa.) rioters returned a verdict on tho
17th. Twenty-one of tho fifty-eight
prisoners were acquitted, thirty-two
were found guilty, two had entered
pleas of guilty and three were ac
quitted by order of the court.
Cil as. Youn'O, alias Lonsdale, released,
on the 17th, from an English prison, is
wanted in Rochester, N. Y., for mur
der. Detectives were awaiting him
outside the prison.
It is reported in Rome that Marquis
Curtopassi, at present Italian minister
at Roumania, will succeed Baron Fava
as Italian ambassador to the United
Tub statue of Napoleon, which was
erected at Boulogne in 1854 by En
glishmen, has been blown down and
broken to pieces.
Gov. Markhau of California has
brought suit to secure the escheat of
the Blythe estate, valued at 14,000,000,
to the state.
Ox the 10th the New York associated
acquirements Of the 25-per-cent. rule.
MISSOURI STATE NEWS.
Mentioned la (he tti Claim Bill.
The following MIssonrUns are nnmed
In the new war clatms bill reported bjr
the war claims committee of the house:
Andrew Allen. Cms comity I
Charles Dalmer. surviving partner oi
Utilmer A Welter. St. Iuis
t. M. Hell, of Vernon rounty
Sarnh M. Cnrlislfi, administratrix of
lieo, A. Carlisle, decesmd, lutoof
Iron rounty ......
Geo. W. Claypool administrator of
Keulen Clu.vpool, dcieaaed, lata of
T. W. Duvis. Lawrence county
Simeon Gilnreuth. Ilit-s county
David Grohnm, Jackson county..
L. 11. Henrrell. Newton county
A. I- nnd W. U. Kcitbler, Taney
J. P. Urag. administrator of Arch C
Lew, Into of Henry county
John T. Lynch. Houston county
J. T. Lvnch, administrator of David
Lynch, ilocceased, lute of Houston
M. K. Lnnirston. Howell county
Pleasant Loniruirc. administrator of
Kkhnrd Lnniiacre, de. cased, lute of
Cuss l oamy
James H. Moyer. Iron county
J. I 1'etiTs. surviving part crof J. L.
let-rs & : i., lat of St. Louis.
Jolin Ko inson. of Webster county....
.1. L Walls, of IVttis i ouii' v
Geo. WliUi-rs. a ltulnlstrator of II. M
Withers, tt-jLcuscd, late of Cooper
I ,-.72 0J
Tllllsl-oro. Jefferson county. James T. Moss.
iie K Iwnrd Vollmar. removed.
Goodloc, Taney county. Win. K. Adams, post
St. Aubcrt, Os.ifc-o county, Emma Riley, post
master. Tilley. Cc lnr county, J. T. Stomps, vleeJ.
YV. Oaks, resigned.
Little Hi nvcr, Douclns county, Georce D.
Unle. vice J. M liam h. resinned.
Omaha. Douglas vounty. L A. Smith, vice J.
E. Ilol'bs, resigned
POSTMAKTEHS APPOINTED BY THE PHESlDCST
Frank A. Prsscrt. Mneon.
Luther Adams. Aurora.
CI. C. Orchard. Poplar Uluff.
POSTMAS'IEIIS CONFIRMED BY THE SENATE.
John W. Hennett. Maysvllle.
Kueinel. Moore. IMcrc" city.
lie Witt Pierce. Klrksvlllc.
II. N. Powell. Tlisyr.
John K. siha imon. NVo-ho.
The secretary of the Interior ha disallowed
the application' of Koi ert Wei-h. of SiMiri. and
George C. liix. of Camden county. Mo., to sur
vey nn Islun I in tli Ota-jo river, situate ! in
sections -.6. ill and :',!). lowusliip i) north, r.inio
16 west, in Missouri.
VI-ITED HIS ALMA MATER.
R"presentativj Champ Clark visited his
ulnia mater at Il'thany. IV Vn.. the other tiny,
where he d -livere.l nti address on the life and
character of Aaron Hurr.
John Sullivan, the saddle-tree con
tractor from the state penitentiary,
talked interestingly in SL Louis tho
other day about prison characters.
"The colored men nro the best prisoners,"
said he. -They readily ntlapt themselves to
their stirroumlltiL's. As lonu ns the food is
good and tho clothlnt; warm they have no com
plaints to make. Two fat conns from tho cool:
hous? were in fie yur.l oao Litter cold day re
cently. The cnu-e opened and there came in a
very thin. starve.Moo'.ilnir fellow wenrliu tho
lluhl clothes he had on when arrested last sum
mer. He shivered before tlie blast that swept
across the courtyard. Oae of the ueyroes re
m irked to his companion, ns they both looked
nt the newcoaicr: - Looks ns if there was hard
times outside, doesn't it. Hill;" I havo a man
in my shop who is serving his fifth term for
larceny. 1 asked him one day why ho did not
try and ke -p out of ths penitentiary. -Can t do
it. Mr. Sullivan. I Is one of these nae'hal born
thieves.' -Weil, why don't you ro somewhere
cl-c. nnd not keep on tomiai,' 1 nek to Jeff?' -I
know where 1 U treat -d like a fcutleman,
that's why. ' "
Mrs. Sarah Thompson. n-,'ed 73, wlfo of Wm.
Thompson, died at .Mil. on.
Prof. J. F. Kcidluaer. assistant principal of
the Trenton hi-'li school, died with Uriahl's
disease, after up illness of only three days.
Capt. .1. Shumaa. a veteran of tho Mexican
war ami war of the rebellion, died at Scdalin,
W. I- Mill-r. sheriff of Scott county, died nt
bis horn; in lh-nton. Tho sh -rift contracted
pneumonia whilo eapturlnj vVllliam Lloyd,
who killed Charles Archer. This caused his
Mr Elizabeth Roberts died In St. Joseph.
aaed Tl. With hi r hushnnd. the late Russell
II. Wrinkle, she settled ill St. Joseph in Ir40,
ind had continuously resided there ever since.
After tho death of Kuss.-ll II. Wrinkle, who
was well known to all the St. Joseph pioneers,
she married the lato Jcdye William Roberts,
whom she survived. Mrs. Ro! erts was in St.
Joseph when the county s?at was ut Old Spar
ta, and saw St. Jos-ph. then a trading post,
trow into one of the mcst prosperous jobllng
centers in the west.
Missouri Amerlcttn Meehnnlcs,
A convention of the Junior Order of
United American Mechanics for Mis
souri was held in Moberly.
It was for the purpose of transacting urgent
lusin -ss pertaining to the order, receive re
ports for tlie past year, elect state officers for
tho ensuing year, utid to pass upon oth r work
of the organization. R J. Armstrong, of St.
Louis, is the state councillor. Tho work of the
order is entirely secret. A two dnys' session
was held. A lar'0 number of delegates were
present. Ilnnnlbnl was selected ns the next
place of holding a session ot the state council.
IThe objects of the order are to maintain nnd
promote the Interests of Amerituus and shield
them from Iho dpressin effe.-ts of foreign
competition: ns-ist Americans in obtaining
employment: to encourage Americans in busi
ness; loi-stnlilijh u sick and funeral fund: to
maintain thepul lie-B-hool syst -mill the United
States of America, and to prevent see nrian
Interference therewith a id uphold the reading
of the holy nil le therein.
A Springfield llnnk Closed.
The American national bank of
Springfield hns been closed by order of
the comptroller of the treasury.
A few days before tho bank was closed an
examiner visited it and tho result of his in
vestigation wus the resignation of Cashier A.
It. Crawford nnd the installment ot Vlce-Prcsl-d-nt
Miller in his place. The American na
tional wus established about three years ago.
with a paid-up capital cf (-jao,uw, the greater
portion of which wus su' scrllicd in the cast.
A. U. Crawford has teen cashier and absolute
manuring oth. er from tho commencement un
til bis resignation. The affairs of the bank are
In bad condition, but it is believed that while
stockholders ur' hard hit depositors will
eventually be paid in full.
Swine Breeder Oreanlze.
The Pure-Bred Kwino Breeders' as
sociation of Missouri was organized at
It was ordered that tho president nnd secre
tary confer with the secretary of the state
board of agriculture in the matter of publish
ing a report of this meeting for the use of the
members. Nearly 10) swine breeders and
raisers wero in nt tendance nnd the member
ship of t he association siarts off large.
Died from m Horse's Kick.
George. Marquart, aged 35, wae
kicked by a young horse, a few even
ings ago, at Lexington. He died, p"r
having regained consciousness.
Assaulted a Srhnol Principal.
. II. Williams, principal of a publie
school in Kansas City, was beaten al
most to insensibility by the father of a
pupil whom he had punished.
Paper Warehouse Burned.
The warehouse of ths Graham Paper
Co. in Ut. Louis was destroyed by fire
the other night. The loss is about f0,
000; covered by insurance.
Robbed of Her Hair.
Mazy Conway, a St Louis girl, was
left at home aloce. Some unknown
man entered, knocked ber down and
cut off her long tresses.
Three counterfeiters, G. W. Dodge,
C B. Rodmeler and J. J. Rodmeier,
were arrested iu Willow Springs while
plying their vocation.
Baptised In Cold Water.
Two colored ministers baptized six
teen converts in Spring river, near
Carthage, the other day, The westbei
was bitterly cold-
THEY CARE FOR THE INSANE.
MwWuf of the Olllwn and Director ot
the VaHoae Rtato Asylums for the) !
Mae A rand of Information Regarding
the Treatment of tho Inenno-Tho Av
lame Bald to ho la a Battofaetorr CondU
The meeting cf the officers and di
rectors of the various state asylums
for the insane was held at tho Institu
tion in Fulton, continuing several
days. The sessions were almost con
tinuous, Bnd resulted in an exchange
and interchange of experiences and
opinions on methods nnd management
that can not be otherwise than bene
ficial to officers, members and Inmates
of the different' institutions. The fol
lowing gentlemen were present:
Gov. Vf. J. Stone, cx-otnclo head of
St. Louis Asylum It. E. Gibson,
St. .loseph Asylnra-R. C. Woodson,
superintendent; M. L. Spencer, stew
ard; K. M. Nash, secrt'tnry.
Navada Asvlum Ur. J, V. Robinson,
superintendent; Dr. A. F. Brown, as
sistant physician; D. C. Kennedy nnd
James Groege, members board Pf man
agers. Fulton Asylum-Dr. It S. WHso-i.
superintendent; Doctors JTixon, Hull
nnd Hogue, assistants; James Lenoir,
druggist; D. P. llailey, steward, and
other officers of the institution.
The discussions elicited a fund of in
formation in regard to the methods,
remedial agents nnd sanitary treat
ment of patients, including physical
treatment, diet, exercise, remedies for
the peculiar phases of their disorder,
and generall3' the agencies to be em
ployed in effecting the best results In
tho briefest time.
The resident and visiting members of
the conference expressed the highest
gratification at the free and cordial ex
change of theories nnd experiences, em
bracing not only tho science and em
ployment of medical nnd sanitary arts,
but the best methods and 'most profit
able experiences from the use of cer
tain agencies in peculiar cases of dis
order. Xot only did the medical men j
reap profit from tlie discussion of scien
tific methods, but the directory and
business managers received new ideas
from Hits interchange of plans which
will lend to economic appliances that
H-rience has proved to be profitable
,'he sessions terminated with an elc- !
gnnt supper given by tho officers of
Asylum No. 1 and a bal masque in the
evening, in the latter of which visitors,
citizens nnd patients participated.
Tho board of managers, including
Gov. Stone, expressed high apprecia
tion of the institution. The institu
tion is in a flourishing condition so fur
as its business management and cura
tive influences nre concerned, unci from
tlie other institutions satisfactory re
oorts were made.
Kntltli tl to Pnrplu Fees.
The case of Vernon county ngainst
ex-Kecorder Andrew .1. King, taken on
change of venne to Hates c-.iinty, has
been decided by Judge James II. Lay
In favo.' of the defendant. The suit
was for $l.-i:3 surplus fees, which the .
county claimed should have been paid :
into its treasury for the year 1!!)0. The '
matter was left to Referee Casey, of ,
Henry county, who reported the above '
amount due the county. Mr. King '
took the position that he was entitled j
to the surplus for deputy hire. The t
county, however, claimed that he had i
forfeited the right to deputy hire, as '
he hail neglected to havo the salary of
nn assistant fixed by the county court !
The defendant had paid into tlie county i
treasury S1.200, which represented the
surplus which he had retained during
former years. The county took an ap
peal. Mail Stone ltolibi-d.
Two masked men held up and rob
bed the mail-stage at lh-iceville, a post
office i miles south of l'eiree City.
They covered the driver with two Win
chesters and demanded him to turn
over the mail-bags and a large sum cf '
money which he was bringing from ,
Rocky Comfort to deposit in bank for :
the merchants nt that place. They
made the driver, Sam Allman, takeout
his knife nnd cut tho strap. They se-1
cured two valuable registered pack-1
ages. They then threw the mail and
bags in the coach and told the driver
to move on, and not look back, which j
he did not do until lie reached Pcirce ,
City and reported the hold-up. The
scene of the robbery is a bare, moun
tainous conntry, very thinly populated
and will afford them an easy means of ,
Pettis County's Assessment.
County Assessor J. M. Logan of Pet- j
tis county has presented to the county
court the completed assessment of the
real and personal property of the coun
ty for 1S34, showing the assessed valu
ation to be as follows: Real estate,
$,Gl!i!,930; personal property, fi.OKJ,-.
0S.: banks and corporations, ?"0G, 103.
A 3iev? Departnre In Loans.
New York, Feb. 14. A number ol
banks and trust companies have started
out to loan money on wheat and are of
fering four months' loans, at 8? to 4
per cent, taking wheat as collateral
the same as stocks. This is a new de
parture. What Consolidation Would Do.
The city of New York, if the pro
posed consolidation with adjacent
towns is effected, will have a popula
tion of nearly 3,000,000 and cover an i
area of 317 square miles.
Madison Todd, a wealthy farmer be
tween AVuco and Kicliinond, Ky., was
sitting at a Uble reading a newspaper,
when un assassin killed him.
Rev. Pr. W. II. II. Strouse.ichaplain
of the Indiana state prison, south, at
Jeffersonville, died suddenly while sit
ting in a chair at the prison.
Race Mewi la New Jersey.
A bill 1 rohibltinff telepraph com
panies from transmitting race track
news has been passed by the lower
house of th legislature.
John W. liynum was sentenced to
twenty years in the penitentiary, in the
circuit court at Belleville, 111., for steal
ing thirteen chickens.
The Colorado LeaUlatare.
The Colorado legislature has been in
session a month, at a cost to the statu
of over $50,000, and as yet not a singlo
law has been enacted.
Death of a fimou Gambler.
Billy Deutsch, the famous gambler,
known as the man who broke the bank
at Monte Carlo, died at gt- Joseph's
hospita), penver, CqJ.
.... - a M . h 4 . a m
OraT'.-"l)inington dresses pretty 1 9
welL Won dor If he earno much mon- ; 1
ey?" Black "'o; bnt he has a big j j
salary." llos ton Transcript.
Ethel 'J.ck Jollyboy Is very Im
pudent, tie attempted to kiss me last .,
night" Clarissa -"Impudent? I should
call him crnr-v." .N. V. Press.
She Didn't Husband (irately) ,
Yon think yon knov t everything, don't .
you?" Wife (softly) "No, door; I nev
er did know why you know so little."
Detroit Free Press.
"I'm worried about my St Bernard
dog." "Why?" "He's losing his appe- ;
tlte." "Pm worried about mine, too."' ,
"Why?" "He isn't" Washington
Handers "Doctor, Pm gctt-ng- so.
near-sighted that I can't reoogntsw peo
ple In tho street What shall I do for
it?" The Doctor "Why not pay your
debts?" Elmlra Gazette.
"Can 1 leave a little poem with,
you?" asked the young author. "You
can." replied the editor, "all poems,
get left in this vicinity." Atlanta Con
stitution. In the Cannibal Islands. Mother
"Whet is the matter with you, my
son' h'ove you eaten anything that,
disagreed with you?" Son "That is.
whyI nte hitn." Boston Transcript
Not in Love. "How do you know
h t DeVere is not in love with Mabel
Swe Hbrlar?" "Because I heard him
oil he the other evening when they
enme frc " church that he knew of a
kTt Jut ome "-Detroit Free Pres.
ri,r.ii- "It nw may be all wight..
y i U I aw find it doosed
vou know, b. .
; , . , , . hat wo nre descended
hard to believe i u V, ,,. c,0 .
, vs. Miss Smart
from aw raonke. . ... , ,. ,,
(after looking him ,-tcv)-"I don t -
y-.Tt rv.- spell 'women
with an 'a?' said
ing an exercise.
r, was ine
reply, "my papa told mamma
terday that women wero b. ''S
beings." Music and Drama.
Seedeigh "I must raise sou's
money somewhere. 1 owe my land
lady for six weeks' board." Stuart
f j;oa stand her off any farther?
Seedeigh "Great Scott! no: she s dis-
?nt. . ,cnou-?h alrcady."-Kaymoad'a
Chappie "Doctah, I'm afwaid I
have tobacco heart." Squills "Have,
eh? What do you smoke?" Chappta
"Cigawettes, doutah." Dr. Squilht
"Calm your fears. Tobacco heart Is
only produced by the use of tobacca"
"There aro times," said the mf n
with the oratorical manner, "when we
are overwhelmed with humiliation at
the powerlesfnessof the human mind."
"That's very true," was the reply, "I
am often made to feel so." "Indeed?"
"Yes, I have a four-year-old danghtf t
who asks questions." Washington
Mistross "I have just been read
ln. Bridget, of a girl who was burne J
to death by kindling the fire with kcrv
sene. I hops you never kindle yoilr
fire with kerosene, Bridget" Bridget
"No, indade, mum: I uses paper anl
a match to kindle wid; it is only t o
hurry up the foire after it be kindle 1
that I pours on the kerosene." Boston
Mrs. Bingo "I have ono of th?
cheekiest coohs you ever saw. Shs
actually wore my sealskin cloak yes
terday, out in the park." Mrs. King
ley O, my! Did you remonstrate with
her?" Mrs. Bingo "I should say I did.
and she replied that she was very sorry,
and that she wouldn't havo done it if
she had known it was so warm." X.
CHILDREN OF NATURE.
Rccol'ectlont rf ttio Wild Life by an Edu
cated Slonx Inil ati.
Our wanderings from place to place
a Horded us many pleasant experiences
as well as many hardships and misfor
tunes. We had several narrow escapes
from death. There were times of
plenty and times of searcit3 There
were seasons of happiness and seasons
of sadness. In savage life tlie early
spring is the most trying time, and
almost ail the famines occurred at this
period of tho year.
The Indians are a patient and clan
nish people; their love for one anothfir
is stronger than that of any civilized
people I know. If this were not so, I
believe there would have been trib -s
of cannibals among them. White people
have been known to kill and eat their
companions in preference to starving,
but Indians never! In times of famine
the adults often denied themselves a
fair meal in order to make the food
last as long as possiblo for the chil
dren, who were notable to bear hunger
us well as tho old. As a people they
can go without food much longer than
any other nation.
I once passed through one of these
hard springs when we had nothing to
eat for several days. I well remember
the six femall birds which constituted
tho breakfast for six families one
morning; and then we had no dinner
or supper to follow it Whatarclii.f
that was to mo although I had only a
small wing of a small bird for my
share! Soon after this we came to a
region where buffaloes wero plenty,
and wo foou forgot all the suffering
we had just gone through.
Such was the Indians' wild life!
When gume was plenty and the sun
shono gracioualy upon them they for
got the bitter experiences of the win
tor before. Little preparation was
made for the future. They are chil
dren ot nature and occasionally she
whips them with the lashes of experi-
I ence; yet they are forgetful and care-
less. Much of thsir suffering- mi?ht
have been prevented by a little calcu
lation. During the summer, when na
ture was at her best and provided
abundantly for tho savage, it seemed
to ine that no life was happier than his!
Food was free lodging free every
thing free! All were alike rich in the
u miner; and, again all were alike poor
iu the winter and early spring. Their
diseases were fewer, and were not so
destructive as now, and the Indians'
health was generally good. St. Nicho-
An lnt.-rr jpt on Likely.
Tired Housekeeper There! Tha
house is as neat as a new pin at last. 1
nm going to take a nap. Try not to
disturb me with your play, my pets.
Little lit other What shall I do if
any one calls?
Little SUter N need to bo the l
about that Xo one ever calls when
things are clean. flood New.
. GeM la t llesck.
lie What Is ennui?
Bhe The feeling that comet over me.
whenever you call. .
lie There! I knew It was contagi
Mt1(rr TU let yon know Pm not
the ftl yon think." Fogg "Possibly
not :-'h!ch one are your Boston
It Is tlot Vhal Wo S:y
But What Hood'a ereaparllla Doaa
that talis the story, . .
Distress In the stomach, etc, made me unhappy.
Hood's Sursiparlllit pave me an appetite, as
sisted digestion, overcame mv stomach trouble
and I began to grow fat. Less tbnn three bot-
ties of Hood's, restored mo to health." W. E.
Rodkrtsok. St. Louis Grocer and General
Merchant, Ht. Louis. Mo.
Hood'8 Pills re purely regetnble, per
fectly harmless, always reliable and beneficial.
A omnleto.et i mr II adTni,fmratj. ol wliieti thikiiKo. t
TV. ink worth 921, ud wa wilt allow jam Ibal awonwt fl
k in th follnwluz nay- if in all at m lir.it hy m nw
mlartnhsrriberto this paper inmitiatrly aftrr thrtati OHtmp'
ftvnnt, ttftMrr trilh IV nam awi bhVw or fr:A mvtemler
ami nnnrr. an-i dnto nf pnpn-9 row -. A thry mt rtirpr'f
1YE WILL ALLOW HOI' Jl TOWARD THE It Rt llisl orf
OXE OF Ot K MIT, L.H10K SIZE, ALL t-TI.U. fl ID I ITTEIU
ItORTH 910. Onljr ono Food Cutter ta tnr oce wnon.
Thit uikelUia tub r-ajraont rnlj 16fcr Uti. Tcel CuV.tr,
which will bo (tun-l aa lUfOTinr to CD, now In (taa aa tba
Ac-iotorwasto anything in exittenrc athenit flnt appoarad,
and will drive from lite fiol-1 all ecn,-tlit,-t, an l take and holil
thetrada in F-cl Cut'.Tt ai Iho Artm-l-v. tr-e Atrnv lor Steel
fixed and Sieol Tilti-t Toner hire in nindniillt and Tower.
TheUlent whiclt !! Aeratotor Ci Dpany haj ipewn in revlfl
Ine, rerotutiomtinir renin, and noMira the windmill buninerf
-f Hie world. en he t-irn-nl lo H'nnv flehl. in the arrienltnral
ltn.'e:uenl line and it ri,po''l I1 show , liat it can do hy taking
np a nuntiwrtf articles, maki-if llieni cf ateeland pmttogttiem
in tlicr nnsl shape at a siirrlo strvke, as was done in Iho casa
ine in.invn anl Mel T-srcr, ana is prcposca to lunula
nt at a a-rallr reduced price
i. 'its Feed Cutter, f .r th ,. resent, sritl ettty re fomi.l-ed on
-ceterm. TUTT-K TDK -IS (.UT TO THIS FTRIIS OK
'ss'.'nW r-rc"':"TSAtlSI!TALi rOFf :j. T, shall cflrl
J ,ei ''w winch wo will accept these r,dvriiemeii-.s or
slier ara. .t 0f them, in part payment. One will he a Steel
I"'9' Inwh.eh we feel a special pride in shewinff out
'I?. TrlK- " and nrfrovcrs tf staple articles. The cash
kill as r-1-tea s this trill l ridiculously small,
taoirinsenl wv .rtiemei!t hi this set ics n il. show aSterlCir,
The lhi. art. -sme. f-r .'aim and sawyers' tire. II Is
"rVnco?- MII.1. ,T,,:I ''FCFEtr SIFEll OVAIIUS,
and fmrt . . t ,i- .w THIS 'o Mil ln
- : it niiicts :css tnivrer tiran omin-ir l.ura
'i H. nt. nt 'ct fimi m mi n
-iVi ti'Trk ' AUUtfi Or AUSLUIIBA.
lllSt H m nnir.f..li,,h,.U
i. C WSk T . - -
i.upa-il .lcu' ., d.
k lurl.iucs IM b . ... 1
nrosnents- ta, ,
aix yrff t
ff lit frr
Prl It rt-
rnnJHl crcatl to i
It! lAfllcftt kthi tlti
iron (ht to Mf laelnry
n coofiiiuus tolutftat ci "
incM. veo at th ittr '
low n;w at which v
t el U'lndmillt (!! St ft
in.iner, oi (i'(r in- ii rrct m-
friI. lin t CALTlSIZKtViKTr.il.
COMi'LliTIO.'.. Tilt Lft BFFrTLV
UUIFCIINa CTERY POUT I OS 4)1"
Ttm ICTiL it it licst.iila to tivt I (t f
cent oft eaeti ontt.t, ad tli"t lew etnl 1
trn iha r.i:rtT.9aa Dinner .-f onitui arc w hot :t
aatiafaLitui v t i ti.l e motor Co . . wlncli lut ilwaT
rlxnvavl niarft tlfaiM S it- Ih ftrrTlC It liU tll
'.rarliirMt iutnl-r tiiU ai4 (rotll tilt Dt hi
it Ute in dmi wtii nhr.evrr it i-utt its hindI
frnm that mnfiAV it nialtM frc.n it a nttrCr.
Thi jeir, bpcauw it bujs iu material n-(LMV ni '
pectt an tn-vrtn-.-js, iQ-rrja m vr firrw.u? l'-m?i,
ffr lU patrMtt tat lacrcua la Ibe qnaiatlly mu tWlWyw
BHtrtBlemirlarHllaUrHlritUaw at lU 8el Tavtrlb IM
aeaonifi.nyinf (flacnui, 2 -2 2 1-2 ttirwa tha Ubatieal aitkA
that niU In utatl '-y it tnibctitr o( ef T.-wm tn ur
tba S h. whfl. For tl: 14 ft . wa ut 4 . 1 IwaaBita af at
f aaHaa far lomm, .ia.rle4 ami trry lra)bl aatt arfftt.
r mw kvlaf 4Ilvc-4sl at ar orlv. Ctli ha
few tent, and titcr-foiai Tear's turpi', cf Sx ! which
thcraraaiins for Wt., IO-ft.,ant eeii for li ft i nl!
rea'i thi par-uriplt w.ih turpri and toirt'W, t-mc t Wn nm .
prevmuy liven titem any iitfvriiiuiirn eo.iceri.tug
wjl u for 'ii.
Ttie Aer itotr Co. rrrotaa to diatril tjt 00 IU fi9 t
FRtZKStor tlie best tfsnyi writ'en hy tlie wife. on or dangi va"
ef a Krmer or ur rt x win lmill. ai"eniij tlie cii'etiio.
TUIV SIIJCLD I ISE It ALKHlrTOK t' For e.nJil.oi.s .C
CMnpsttttvo tn i amounts acl numbers of prire aer.d Svt fr
tieaUrsto tho Aimotor Co., Chics?-., or to its truiclis, it Fan
Franrtaco, Kanv-vs t;tr, Ltnroln, Neb., Ivo-jx City, Iawa, Urn
oea'-olts, BusT.M, r f i Tark Place. New W r k Citv. Aorm'tfrt,
Pumpiia anil (Varel tvut priea. All Steel, all Galvaniied-Aftrr
Cnipletinii. de!ivt-rel frea on eara at tluci and slipped U
B-ft. $25. ' 1 2-ft. 630. 1 6-ft. S 1 25.
Thin Children rw Fat
fat f o o d s
eM nlvaa sf aw. eV
eUl artC . A b
thin, and remain thin just id
proportion to their inability to
assimilate food rich in fat.
of Cod Liver Oil i3 especially
adaptable to those of weak diges
tion; is partly digested already.
Astonishing how quickly a thin,
person gains solid flesh by its use!
Almost as palatable as milk.
Preriirod by Seott a ooi-ce, N. Y. All draeclsti.
the Di Long
Hook- & Eye
De Long Bros.
IMc-lllll Lfafe, Aflfl IMi.
Fl) ELI ABLE
INSURE SUCCESS C3
A COMPLETE CATALOGUE
ef All etmaaUrsl Vartctl and tha mw tklaaraor anarlt
niAUctl iraa l.iall lutarestee In KUsst-ra. Wsratrstlaea
t arsslaa. 1 uu will asat ba disappointed in Ilia Paris
erTllitiriy ereerSes-da. Oarbu.lnraa has atooil Use
V"J '.'' PLANT aEBD OOMPANV.
IT Martk Srd etraas. . ST. aVUBlB, MM.
ea-XAAlI IS1A VATAA smj Oa. saasaaas
Spoil the Wash
rtl" t ! ' -luml f..r Windmills.
in rars w l.t ot nsit a a wind-
' . S . awed. hell.'"
what v3,"k'. an 1 1( tsihli
ak,'"!'"-; 'V1'' a liberal cfTer!
ill a yrtr
irr Jt sa-aaaK'