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THE CAPE GIRARDEAU DEMOCRAT.
BEX II. ADAMS, Publisher.
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1891.
VOL. XVI.-NO. 3.
E a EMGELMANS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office at sli.r. on Harmony Street,
CAPE GIRARDEAU. MO.
8. S. HARRIS.
Physician and Surgeon
Office n tear of Trick-;1 Drug Store, comer
f Itiil-xei'-ce anil Spanish Ntrctv Cap
UiranWau. tiT'Special Mention given frf
Surgery and 1 waws ol Fcm...:a.
II. A. ASTUOLZ.
focretsrr Building and Loan Association.
Poeretary fioutna-trn M-.tr.et Afriral
nural Society. Oibce, Courthouse.
Do Your Insurance Business
In a company whose record in tho past to
.guarantee for the future. Ineurelnlha
HOME, OF SEW YORK.
LEO DOYLE, Agent;
Ko X NorU Main Street. Cape Olnmtu
Oapa Girardeau, - Mo.
Agent for following-
Reliable Companies :
Kr.inklin Mutual, f-ft. LouK
riti7J-fn' Innns-ic- Company. St. Louis.
S.r.n(1ell Insurance Cuiapaar, Spring
Those :tr three of th bstand most rellaM
axtmpiuiKam the country. dec 6,
New ron.!, receive! weekly, GrOferle ml
ayfiv.h. Moi-e o oer of rountnln and
bariuoitf trvcta. nuv.3.
Shn. nn Main street, one door south of tl.f
Ail kirnU oi Fn-dli M":itH nn1 Sansa?e at
ways n band. iHrllverv wngun run ev-rj
E. I). ENGELXANX,
Millinery, Dry Goods
No. no Harmony Street,
CAFE GIRARDEAU. MISSUURL
r. W. VOGT,
Cap a Girardeau,
Kntlro new mock, the latest improved and:
be! l ooking ari't lira' inc - t ive In the market-
All kniil" of Joh work done in the bert
manner and at mo-lerate prics.
ROOFING AND GUTTERING
A specialty and work guaranteed first -vbiga.
Mechanteal and Surgical
Ivoet s'l kinds of work la his lioe, and f ttar
antee ail w irk done
Office at reside ore, corner Hannooy aod
Lonm er Slres.
EDW. S. LILLY
Iron and Steel,
Aptf Implemsnts, Etc., It
Agent of th.
HAZARD POWDER COMPANY.
Dealer nppliea at Whole.. Price.
3? and 39 Main Street,
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Ma
RIDER t WICHTERICH.
North Main Strret-
A full and oomptot Una of
Drugs, Patent Medicine,
Perfumery, Toilet Articles,
StavUonery, tfotionf, EC
rOKT WhiTtIKK U-gins to feel that
the laiMus id lift? are virtuallv over.
His fast failing sight is shutting- himofT
inim literary work.
QtKi:x Vmtoicia. havinc complete
her seventy-second year, las exceeded
in aire all other Kngiish sovereigns ex
ccpt tv-Georges II. an 1 III.
Of thocstiiuat.il wheat crop of 19,
of .Vj;.wh.iiu l.tislu-Is I n. l. am s flk
will need ut least '.MtJHHWJ fr hom
use and will have hut 1 ,0,000.000 Imsh
ils fr xpirt,
Wk hear a great deal altont fmoke
less powder. 'I here is a statue, canon
ization, immortality ami eternal jrrati
tinle for the man who can invent a
Whkn China linls and envii ts a dis
honest ottirial slu elios hi head off,
and never gin him a wn.inl trial.
The Chinese hciieve that they can rir
thii repuldlc ri,-.
KmmKIE U h.i.iam pitrhes tlie tnnes ir
Katheiland. Th r. is a mm-iwII-! wmi
in '.erinanv called "A Kivo Man Am I.1
A Mildier Minir it in harnn ks and uaa
ordered hkeil uji live years.
Kxi-Ki:iir:xTat the Me. ill university
in Montreal show that a signal may he
llashtMl through the round irenit of
eiht thousand mires of u.-ean rahle ii
the avera(f- time d iMily l.0." second
JriK.p. Pii M i ll s. f the Tnited States
court at Kansas City, has decided a
cas- interesting to iteeifleiit iiistiram-c
companies. ,- ileeldes that siintr ke
is not an aecifieiit. hut a I train disease,
arising from natural and known causes.
A Hai.timokk surgeon has restoretl 8
man's eye to nsof ulm-s after a suppose1
hlindncss of three years hy putting i
m w lininy in the eyelid. He fomnl tht
material for this on the man's mvtt per
son. a process involvinjr inueh less stif
ferine than euttiit? sainph- to matet
from willing' hut mi fortunate friends.
A VF.nv sensil-N- little lnitiklet has
heen puhlished under the ominous title
of "t.ettinj Married and Keeping Mar
rieil." Then seems to le in this a-e n
neel for instruction in the second
clause. Too many people think the
work is all done when the marriage
fcreiuonr ends, when the fact is tha
the real eimrthip then hesrins.
Ah tsr.i.. most of th (-raduating
class at Yale this year will study law,
says the IliMim Herald, and it will 1
the same at Harvard and all the other
colleges, don !t less. It is the mot
crowded of all the professions, hut it still
hoMs out the iiio-t altraetioiis to the
aml'ttioiis youn men a'tout toehofiM a
callinr in life. We suppose it is sp;ak
in etitindy w -it hin Itotinds to say tha.
Hot one-half of the yoiiii men w ho f
int't law ever succeed in making a liv
in out of tliat alone.
A i:k knt visit. r to Concor . X. H.
ran across an old man who claimed to
have worked for Hawthorne, am! v. ho
indulged in this hit of description of
that author: 'I could never p. t him t;
say anythinr till after three in the
afternoon: he was writing and think
injf ahotit his iMHtks. you know, morn
inirs. Why. he'd (fo as near to me as
that tree (pointing to one t' e f-et
idT ami never sec me iiiornin-. I.ut
after three, when I was ivorkinir 'round,
he'd sit on a saw-horse and talk."
It would he a jroo-l thipjr to devise
Sfme special statute fpr furnishing ade
quate punishment for the practical
joker. The latest was perpetrated hy
a pair of hicyclists in central New Jer
sey. One of the. oldest engineers on the
road was at the throttle of the "Koyal
111 tie I Iyer." (Toinjr at the rateof a mile
a minute, when two red lights were
Hashed In-fore him on the track one
hundred yards away, lie turned on hi
air hrakes anil prepared to jump from
his engine when he sped hy the lijrht
and saw the two jokers mounting their
wheels and heard their mocking lauh-
Tiik S4-Inil,irls at Stamfonl. Conn,
have hy Mlf-sacritice secured ano
oN-ned a summer home for the New
York shop twirls, and vviti! hundred r.f
these servants of the shopping puMic
will 1 entertained at the home thh
sninmcr. This may not strict lx-lons
hi the curriculum of the school, hut it
is an excellent illustration that loard
in; si'IumUs and .dlees. whil- furnish
in; higher eilucation for trirls. do not
create a e;nlf In-tween them and theii
less fortunate jdsters which cannot
Ik hridg-ed hy sympathy practically ex
tended. t.KMMA II AKI'KK lives at Princeton.
Mercer county. Mo. She was KM yean
old on the 27th of last September, anc
is totally hlind. She has four sons liv
ing, a -red 75, V. and years. She
has four daughters living, ajred si. VX
Jt and one fi-J. who is twin with the sor
who is iVt Kive if her children nrr
dead, three sons and two da iiffhters. The
first I die was. years old at the time
of death. She is a native of Virginia
he hm to the Baptist church and wa
haptiwi seventy-five years ago at Itij,
SpringK Ya. She has ver il'M) living
descendants. The old lady is in tfooi.
Ovkr two anil a half mil ion dollar;
liave leen alsirlel hy the short tern:
endowment societies which have lieer
poing to the wall so rapidly of late ir
Philadelphia. Yery littleof this inonev
will ever go hack to the artisans anc,
working people who paid it Most ol
tints who went into these get-rich-quick
orders realized that they were
only engaging in a speculation. Their
experience shows how ready people
are to speculate when the cost is smal
and the returns promised large, anc
how little attention is paid to whicfc
way the odds lie until it is Iteyond theii
power to ntraee their steps.
Thk Philadelphia Inquirer is no
pleased with the yonth of the period.
It finds that the fashionable young1 man
spends more money for his clothes than
his father allowed for entire household
expenses a tT?neration ago. Notwith
standing almost any size and desigr
can Ins procured ready-made, the socie
ty youth must needs have manufac
tured for his especial use almost everything-
from hat to shoes, (rf course hit
suit is made to order shirts, collars,
cuffs and shoes follow suit, and eves
his silk underwear must be like that ol
no one else, his handkerchief and neck
scarfs measured and made for him.
Alexa.xdf.b H. MciirrrEV, the au
thor of the famous spelling-book that
has brought knowledge and woe to
millions of children, is yet living in
Cincinnati and declares that the work
brought him but 350Q when published,
ftV"four years ago.
f fee News of (lie Week.
LV TELECHAPH AND KAIL.
It hns bee it decided by the tn-astirr
department that weddin? prer..-nti
from abroad must rnx duty unless they
were tnnnufhct:ired in the t'nited
Tiik tr.-asnnrs statement on the 18th
showed a cash balance of S44.4l.VMHl.
of which i,-j!.0J0 was on deposit with
national banks and -c,J'l,iVi.00') was in
fractional silvcr.deductingw-hich items
the net cash balance was hut H, .".
0 '. which was the lowest figure yet
Tiik president and family left Wash
ington forCiiM May on the isth.
TilK hnsine?. failures in the I'nited
States dtirinjf thi wen days ended on
tin' l'.dh hninlwred J.VJ. fagainst M4 the
pn-eeding week and V.O for the corre
piHliiiif wiek last year.
Tiik exchanges at the leading clear
ing h'uiscs in th- I'nit d States during
the week ended on the 2'th aggregated
M.'r; i.l-...is:, against f;r.i7.';i.S(tH tlie
previous week. As compared with the
corresponding we'k of I s',ioh decrease
amounted to 1 1.
A MAN named l.ixby. of noycrsford.
Pa., w hih crazed by w hisky seized a
little girl named Knerr and j.nnpetl
into the canal and h:th were drowned.
At I i 1st on the lP'-th anniversary of
the battle of lUink'jr Hill was cl eh rat
ed on the 17th.
ov;t immigrants arrivel In
New York on the isth, 145 of them be
t:i.r Mormons l-oiind for I'tah.
A ji:ai.oi- negro named Sannders
shot ami killed his rivil. named Har
ris, and accidentally killed Mrs. Harris
at Oal dalc. Pa.
Tiik execution of Jartob Scheelc. took
plai-,- at l;r'.direMrt. Conn., for the
murder of Louis Irucker on January
Is Pittsbiirgn. Pa., the Alleghany
neformed Presbyterian church has
withdrawn from the Presbyterian fold
.a use the syno.l recently dejiosed its
pastor. Ilev. .1. II. .1. Miiligan.
In the test suit of Meyer v Dickin
son, of Philadelphia, against the gov
ernment to n vcr excess of duties
levied tin materials used as hat trim
mings the jury returned a verdict in
fnvorof the p!aint;ns. I his verdict in
volves about S:io.oo.,io j.
I'ivk persons. C. K. t filbert, his wife
and d.ilil and Mrs. Livingstone and a
Mrs. I'ieker-on. were drowned in the
river at Derby. Conn., by th- upsetting
4;f a i; -at.
Tiik National ordage Company of
New York has bought all the cordage
w -rlc:. in Canada for M.0INMMI0.
Tiik anarchist, .bdin Most, was re
s -nleneci at New York to one year's
Tiik discovery of another emlezle
nient of S--j4.0irU of stuite tunds by .lolin
Dardsh'y. ex-city treasurer of Philadel
phia, was made, makiug a grai.d total
of Sr.ii'.t.on,) stolen.
.Irx.viK i;ossm an. Katie Keefe and
Agnes Sears, three servant girlsoceu
pyin the same r.oai in New York,
wen- sutTocated !y blowing out the gas.
WEST AND SOUTH.
W. M. Diw j.iri:iKt:i:o Cant. Perkins
ar.d his H-y ear-old son. of t.ainsville.
lex., as the result of an old feud.
At I tica. 111., a cloudburst caused
damage exceeding KW.ona. and
throughout the entire Illinois river
vallcv heavv losses nsiilted frm t
1mIs. which washed out crops and
twept away Ikhim's anil live st-k.
A i:i:kkx rail ditched a freight train
at Disko. Ind., and sixten ears were
wrecked and twenty head of imported
At Kaitim re William K. Duvu! was j
wiiteiiceil to nine years in the pcnileu
tiary fi.r obtaining christening and
Christmas gifts from I'nited Stall's sen
ators and others under false pretenses,
alleging that he had named children in
Near his home in Crook county,
Wyo.. James Waggener. a noted horse
thief, was lynched.
Miss Lor Uku. and tleorge Thoinp
m n. 1m t h cob red. w re st ruck by a
train near Dayton. O., and I roth were
On the Ith John Krooks. of Waldron,
M eh . celeltnited the Kl.Mh anniversitry
of his birthday. He was a soldier of
the war of ispj. is in good health and is
Michigan's oldest citizen.
A m iiimi.iioI sk near Norfolk, Neb.,
was washed avay during a storm and
Charles Miles. Cora Haailin and Anna
Cox were drowned.
At Napauee. Ind.. a windstorm did
great damage to the crops and fruit
trees, blew down bams and out
houses, and blew houses from their
foundations, some of which were total
It was said that thousands of immi
grants were entssing at Sanlt Ste.
Marie. Mich., monthly. They were not
examined as to their means of support,
as the government has no immigrant
inscctorat that poinL
A fast expresr. train on the Illinois
Central road was wreckeil near Ken
ner's station. La., ami six persons were
reported killed and twenty injured.
W111, M. Ihx KwisiiKK and Willie
Kreipke, both under :'. and two eol
ired men were drowned by the over
turning of their skiff in a sudden wind
storm opposite Golconda. III.
A few miles north of Kelvidere, I1L,
a cloudburst caused great damage.
News of the drowning of Lieut. Rob
inson. W. C. Moore and four other men
of the I'nited States cutter Hear at Icy
bay. Alaska, has leen confirmed.
Ki.amf.s in the Nestor block at Mar
quette. Mich., caused a hss of $100,000.
At Altoona. Pa., rain flooded the
streets, and Mrs Itarbara Ileichl. aged
years, and Katie Brady, aged 8
years, were killed by lightning. Small
bridges throughout the county were
.swept away by the overflowed streams.
In New York on the lith the temper
ature was 54 degrees the coldest June
dav in that citv on record.
Heavy rain flooded the streets at
Kort Scott. Kan., and Buck run. a
ravine which traverses the city from
south to north, was transformed into a
raging torrent. Several persons were
Maky Da vi and Alice Jones were
killed by the cars near Union Springs,
Ala., while crossing a trestle.
A mi: 1.1 a. Heinemanx was fatally shot
at Fall Uiver, Wis., by her jealous
lover. Seymour Turner. Turner then
hot himself, probably fatally.
Ix the National league the percent
ages of the baseball clubs for the week
ended on the 20th were: New York,
.617; Chicago, -V.2: Boston. .WO; Cleve
land, .4to: Brooklyn. .430: Philadel
phia, ,4i9; Pittsburgh, .413: Cincinnati.
.40$. The percentage of e'nbs in the
Amencaii a&bociutioq werti; otoo, 1
.r4:; St Lo;;is. .r!;; ISa li aorc, ur
Cincinnati. ..': Coluxnhnt. -4.M: Ath
letic. .4"il; Louisvillo. .:;iS; Washing
Iift;:kN car of an etci:rsia train
which left CK-velari.I 0-1 the Nickel
Plate rnilwrty jumiH-d t'ie track near
Kivef. . and seven wer wreckeil.
killing seven m -n and inj.iring fifty
other piT.vms twelve probably fatally.
Is Anne Arindcl county. Md . se-ren
Colored per-rf-ns employed as lHrry pick
ers were drowned by the capsizing of
a Imat in Curtis creek.
A ToiiNAito in Kentucky destroyed
sevi-ral houses at Lewisport and the
Methodi t church and killed ;firge
Kay. At Hoaz scverrtl small huses
Were blown away. At iScvicr s-ven
horses wer. wreekwl anl ffiur persons
t'ljured, one. a Mrs. Mil lei, fatally. A
CaniplH'llsburg several houses were de
hlroyeih The death of e.x-ScnaMr .loseph Ei
McDonald occurred at h:s home in In
dianapolis on the night of th 21st,
aged 72 years. lie was chosen I'niU'd
Statos s-nator in 17.". serving ouc
AT Cairo. 111., a cyclone did eonsid
enible damage, unrooling a great many
houses, tearing up trees by the roots
and blowingcarsoff the mil road trtieks.
Ti:ni::r.l.B storms visit-.'d the south
eastern corner of Kansas, causing stune
lors of life. mu;h damage to property
and enormon-. damage to growing cmps.
AT Solomon ville, A. T., a man
named (Jranodo was hanged for the
murder of his wife and daughter.
A Torn A no passed over Nokomis,
111., unrooting houses and barns and
damaging orchards. 'nps were serious
ly in jr. roil.
' On the isth John I rooks, of Hills
dale, Mich., was lor years old. and on
the 20th he died suddenly of gangrene.
Tkv miles southeast of Ktliughatn.
111., a cyclone destroyed houses, barns,
fences and growing crops.
John Smith and Mary .oins were
killed by unknown persons in a fracas
at Wi listen. N. C.
In ( hica go the eighth American
Derby was run at Washington park
and won by St rath meat h. Distance
12 miles: time. 2:t'.C4: purse. ?2I.siw.
KtMirnv J. Urowx. a ionductor on
the Canadian Pacific railway, was dis
covered to have leen f ir ten years
smuggling giKls tlius defniuding the
t'nited States government out of over
At all the North (fcrnian coast
cities a hurricane did great damage and
scores of persons lost their lives at
Hamburg. Kiel. Stettin and Dant.ig.
At the n-quest of Premier Ktidini. I
Sig. Corti. late Italian coiisid at New
Orleans, prepared a tcHtrt on the New
lirleans attair. He allirm -d that tii -victims
lielongcd to no particular so
ciety, but were murd -red .H-caiisc th.-v
were Italians and wen; competing in
the laUr market against natives.
In the railroad bridge accident at
Hash-. Switzerland. !.V) persons were
killed and the injured numitered ;;.
It was said that a plan had been dis
covered iu (fuatemala j annex that re
public to the Tinted States.
A iioat containing eleven persons
was struck br a squall and ttpst in
lake near PeterUm. Out., and (
John Kote and his two daughter were
The bill to prohibit children under II
years of age from working in fadoric
was adopted by a vote of iu:; to Is; in
the British hons of commons. This
was a lilM-ral victory.
Fifty lives w.-re lst by the cloud
burst in the Mexican mountains near
The four children of a family named
LaChance were playing in a Intat near
Port Neuf. Can., when waves from a
passing steamer caused the loat to .ill
and thev were drowned.
Mies. Davii Clarke, of Blenheim.
On.., who was deserved by her husband
and left without means of simort.
drowned herself and her two children.
Ix one day sixty earthquake shocks
were exjeric!ieed throughout the prov
ince of Bengal. India, and i.iany build
ings were destroyed.
Fifty of the crew oMhe Chilian war
ship Ksmeralda were killed by the na
tives of the La bos islands while trying
to secure provisions.
While a large balloon U-hmging to
Count Aprr.xine. of St. Petersburg, was
being inflated with gas. on the 2 1st, it
escaped from the attendants who were
holding it to the ground and carried
upward four workmen who were in the
car when the balloon broke away. Af
ter it had ascended to a great height
the on-!ookers were horrified to sec the
balloon burst, and the lod,es of the un
fortunate workmen wen dashed to the
earth, where they were smashed 1
Tiik suppsition has ln-cn general
that the celebrated And ver heresy
case had been divided by the full K'nch
of the Massachusetts supreme court
and that Judge Field was preparing the J
opinion. It is now possible, however,
that the case may be reargiuit Judge.
Allen and Devens hare died since the
case was Itegun. and Chief Justice Field
has not sat since January, owing t
Jl health. In any event no decision
will be reached for at least one .year.
The British government has ap
pointed Sir I iVorge Baden Powell, mem
ber of parliament for Liverpool, and
Dr. ieorgc M. W. Dawson, of the Cana
dian survey department, as the arbitra
tors on behalf of Great Britain in the
Behringsea fishery controversy. The
board of arbitration will probably meet
A 1Ispatch from Tiflis. Russia, says
that a band of seventeen brigands re
cently roblted a mail coach near Saljan,
killing two travelers and severely
wounding a postilion. The brigands
then pillaged the village of Saljan and
escaped with their booty. A squdron
of Cossacks has been sent in pursuit
A wakraxt has Wen issued for the
arrest of Rev. N. A. Barr. of Adams
town, Pa., who is charged with sending
an abusive postal card to Rev. Mr.
Spreng, of t leveland. o. j he prosecu-
tion is an outgrowth of the Bowman
fight in the Evangelical church.
The trial of the New York t Xew
Haven railroad directors on indictments
for misdemeanor charging them with
allowing the use of stoves in passenger
trains contrary to the statute, was be
gun in the New York court of oyer and
terminer on the 23d.
On the 23d actintr Secretary Spauld
Ing sold to Harvey Fisk A Sons of New
York, the entire issue of District of
Columbia M per cent, bonds S2.400,
000 at 8100.531 for each 8100 bond.
It is announced in Calcutta that Mrs.
Qninton and Mrs. Grimwood. whosa
hu&bands were massacred at Manipur.
bare each been aecorqed penaior of
fl,500 por annum-
MISSOURI STATE NEWS.
Mr. Levi hubl.iu k. secretary of the
atnte Itoard of agriculture, has prepnnd
It list of fair- to i held in Missouri this
year. The list itVvvs the Hmnty iu
which the fairs are to I e held, the city,
name of sccn-tary and dates, as follows:
Adair c unty. to Ih b-M at K rksviiic, t. E.
Durrow fwrctary, 0:1 Sef.tciiitx-r T-11.;
Audrain, lex:et J. A. Olandon, Ao-
Atchison, KiK-kpnrt, J. W. Young, Septem
ber ir, 1.
taito:t, Lamar. C. II. Pmllh, Septem
Cablir-U, Ilaniilton, A. C. Mcnefee, Ao-
Caliawav, Fulton, E. L rMwunl, Aiigiit
Cape ;lrant-u, v&p, Uirardt-au, E. II
ElileDi:in.tct(lT is I".
Carroll, t'urrullton, 1L P. (.Jucm. Fcptem
Vnn, Itt-ltnn, IL .1. MeNiitt, August IS Ii.
t'lnrke, Kaliokn, Jos. Vandulnli. Aiiuil
('iinton. Culm ron, IE. N. Alexan-Ji-r, sep-lenlM-r--l2.
I;nle, IchihmI, Julm M. A'laiiit, Sfpttin-
Iaviei. .!aincsj.orl, J:i. I- MeCue. Sep
temlM-r ! 4.
Frnnklin, Washington. .1. A. Slinstrap, Pep
l.u-et.naile, lierinunn, W. V. V.i't nx, S.-p-tciiiUrir,
l.entrv, Alhanv, It M. MrCuttitnen, Scptrm
lr l -l.
e.reeiie. SpriiiKlleld. II II. Shiiitmiif, Sp
tt iul- rs ix
.rnnly, Trenton, P. II. Yakev. Septem
ber s-1 :.
Hiirnwon, Itiili wuy. iVo. T. Ktrk, Septem
Ilenrv, Clinton,;. S. Holl hbiv, s-pt iiilH-r
J:ispcr, Nrwton am! Ijii rene, tri-ciunty.
F;tr'f.xle. .1. M. It ce. N-toher !.
Jotinson, lloh-n, J. V. Murruv. Auku-I
I.afayette, Iltutnsville, 1L II. KtnlH-son,
A 11 ur list i ?x
Livingston, Avutnti, IE. T. Mill r. S. ptetn
b r I-.
IJJtii;sfont C"hi!licnth,.I. . l.riVts, Sep-tetnltt-rl'S.
M;iri..n. II:iTtnib:iI. I. II hi-M, July 'J2 ?:..
Marion. Iluyr.t. i. IE. Tli.iixp-on. s-ptein-b
r':ai. o.-iotx r 1
Mercer, Princeton. I. It. Shannon. AuiMi-t
Moniteau. Californ a. Uohert Y siirt.
Monro.-. Monro- fit y. . H". Titnkin.
Moiinw. Pari-. T T. It ... Ausa-t I-3i.
Monliro i:rv. Motit-'onu-rr City.
IVtte. S tLiliu.
P ke. I.oinsi;in;i. E. A. l.I-nu. July
Platte. Platl" (My. William Format., An
Polk, Ihilivar. S. I. Joiner. u, s. . ,(t, .,,,. r
IE n-lolph, Molwrly, V. M. T. 'lfor I, Auunt
i;:ni'lotph. .Tack ton ville. s Coulter. An-
Kav. Iiw-on. A.J. Wat'iiie. Anjii-t 1-2I.
S:iline, Murslnill, Hy. J. 4tew:irt. July 21-21.
S.-htiyler. I.atieastir, X. T. I.'o'.t rt-, Scp-tetnlM-r
Shelliv, slielhin.i, IE. C. IiiekT-M., Annt
Sr. h:ttt. -. St. Cliat le-. J. T. K inch. Sop
trilil.er Hi - IK
Sullivnti. Milan. U'illiaai Ml 'l.inahan, Sep.
latc to he selected.
51Ifoiirl at the WorM'n Fair.
Judging from the plan given out the
other day at the World's fair headquar
ters, at ( hica go. Missouri will have no
reason t complain of the
sign for her exhibit at Ja.-kson park.
The spot is near the north west corner
of the grounds, the plat Wing of irregu
lar shape. It is altotit i:t0 feet
long ami slightly over in.i feet
wide, facing east and north, nn a
rounded corner, fronting on two of
the main avenues. Filtering the grounds
from the north visitors will first pass W
tween the Ft ah and Texas exhibits, and.
crossing an avenue. will see on the right
hand Missouri's effort at celebrating
the quadrennial. Facing the east,
across allot hernvenue. is West Virginia.
On the right of, and closely adjourning
Missouri, is Louisiana, and in what
might W termed the rear is Florida.
;t the Itutt F.ml of tlir Law.
At St. Joseph John Bulling, brother
of Louis Bulling, the escaped wife mur
derer, was found guilty of assault and
battery in a justice's court a few weeks
ago and fined lie declared that the
fine was too much and apeahfl the case
to the criminal Court. In the latter
court a new trial was had a few days
since, which resulted in Bulling Wing
sentenced to four months in the county
jail and fined $-0 and costs in all 100.
Iath of M. IC. J. MrFIIiMiM-y.
Maj. !I. J. MeKlhaney. president of
the First national bank of Springfield,
and one of the oldest citizens in Greene
county, died the other afternoon of
paralysis. The deceased settled in
Rout Invest Missouri in lC. and lived in
Springfield continuously since that time.
Ilia If rail Almost ml hy the (art,
Frank McLaughlin, is years old. whr.
resided with his parents in St. Louis,
while attempting to Ward a train on
the Wabash road, lost his finding and
fell under the wheels of the car-ami wa i
instantly killed. The head was almost
severed from the I tody.
Will Krerive Felt-ral AbL
The Itoard of curators f the state
university met in St. Louis a few days
ago. The agricultural and mechanical
college was reorganized. The state
will receive federal aid for this school,
as also for the school of mines and the
SnpfMMrd to llavr lt-n lronn-l.
Kennedy O'Brien, of Kansas City,
visiting at Atchison, Kas., has disap
peared, and it is supposed that he
drowned himself in the river. Hi?
clothes were found on the bank.
The Dreaded Ilyrfrophohia.
II. C. RoWrts, a farmer, who lived
near Warrensburg, was bitten several
weeks ago by a mad dog. No symp
toms of hydrophobia were apparent un
til the other day, w hen he w as taken
and soon died. His wife and child wi re
bitten. but no bad results have appeared.
A Rot Fall Into a Hear Fit.
A boy named Kerran fell into the
bear jut at Merriam park. Kansas City.
A big War pounced upon him and bit a
great piece out of his leg just aWvc th
knee Several Wys had Wen leaning
over the railing prodding the Wars witt
John Cameron, a wealthy Scotchman,
has disappeared from St Louis. It ii
aaid he had $10,000 in gold in his posses
tion. Foul play is feared.
Fatal Elevator Acelavot.
Fred Seipel, an electrician,wascaught
tinder an elevator at St Louis and
crushed. He died while being conveyec
to the hospital
Charier Wu Not Drowned.
Charley Walter, aged 6, went wim
ming in the river at St Louia. It tra
rumored that ha had been drowned but
tbt "(Uftr UtU mci" tamed op
MISSOURI'S NEW LAWS.
jet lMed br the 1 ate Lcllatar WW
. Into F.Rcct XinetT !ay Alter Ad
J'.tirnaif ni Interest inu Inf'trmation.
The laws passed by th Thirty-sixth
genera assembly, which Wgan its ses
sion January T. must go into effeel JuntJ
?1. Uar constitution providing that all
law withou emergency clauses shall
be effective ninety days after the date
of adjournment The assembly ad
jonrnd on March 24. The bills passed
which amend old laws and create new
conditions may W summarized as fol
lows: An industrial school fit the thtfanf the
manual training brattcli f ll. e St. Loai4
tV:iMui::tin ua vt-r-iiy iet:tld he I in fun
licelifiti witu II 0 -l.liief.ln In-t 'ule' at J. f-ler-M.n
( itv. 1 lit.- is the -tote ?ttitution foi
the tii:titu:il tthieation of Co!orel tear hen
for Colored Hclim.N of lti- state. rlte nam of
rr.o0 is arirmfatel for tin erection of
titi.hlin4, ;turehae of ttol-itHtiil mucli nery,
l ie. Tin- latent on to jilve the rlorel
Voilth of Mi-.-..t:ri a rlnnrf to feet Into t!
trail :oti In- semi th'nr else tliun Larle-r,
jnler-, h.H.tl.hiets u:il w llo.il f aehers.
Ait aipmpiTi;itioii f ' '. .'o' into 1 ff-ev
In ai'l ol I In slate mil it n. to be devoted to
Hi- p:iyiii:il t.f tlie real of armories and
ilrill rooni, iitt l tin- etfTie of tc;nii;il en
caniiu-ii- when onlTel hy tin ;overaor.
Cieali.'ir t!i- Missouri fhooI-lHMik coui-nii"i(-ti.
T):e c-vYiir appoints fouri-iti
Zeti9 Hho rh:ill be rhoen Tfth special
reference to their literary rnl lU"iti 9
ipiat lic.tlion. Tlie stn'.v ftuperinti-ioieiit
et-oll:ei pr. siili-nt ol the roinm--toii.
Thi? cotiiTti s- ,lti sh;ill. w.ttiin ;iTetity 1 y
il it-, ffirmalioii. re. iv l.iiN fn.ni pub-lislcT-or
m Ii.m.I b'Hiks. ami fit m the sam
! --t --nt in Willi the hi-U sel-ct a course f
tu-ly. No otln r luniks can he aseil ia Ilia
public -elioois of M'--otir alter t he eoinmi.
i'n It a m:i'l- it- :iwarl.
The Ltw trim-'i-rriii-r to the tttate 11 a ver
sify the sum of j:i;.:r.s.3 , direct ts p ti l by
Mi4ouri in niil of the sa.pres-ii,i of the re-lM-ltj.tii,
;i :.l refunded by aetof enr i;res la-t
Lire!i to the stat-.
freaini-r the M:oiiri rontins-iion for tlia
World- roiumliiai. e.vpiitiin.
T!i- Itoiili-v ird law. apnlicahle to t. txui
lE-portii; I'VtTV foreign corporation d ti
biw.'ie-.' in this s ite t. l:ave a public offieo
or plu-e in the sl;-te at a hieli to ircn-a -t in
hif.no --. si;ij.-ftini: It to cert 1:11 eon'lirn.in,
and r nu:riiiir it to liie itn art-ele- rcl,.irer
of itieo-port!', a -til the MiT. tary of sla,.
aiid taxnu them the same tin home in: r
pora i 11.
Taainj; the pr-oial property of matin
faetiirinu and hi:siiie-i t oiporations, where
e r situated.
r.stahli-liin:! in St. Ivtijt a public market
f. r tt-e etehisiV of producers of friniH,
v . tabb-s and ol h-r farm t da.ry pr.nl itet1.
Ii .,uir ni; Incorp. rtl ! c.inp mi. 1 tdlier
than railroad and fnsuranee rompanies l
tit. : fee an a n tut .1 r'-fiort t' the -i rft:iry of
stale, showing their actual tiatieiai condi-
H-iitrmir railroad companies to fl!l or
block all sw di'iies, fro-r-i and unard r;.iN.
I'ei m tti'iK the formatiun of police relief
Anthorz ti tlie inecrpr.iti.n f aviri
and safe d' pi-it iiistitntiote or hank .
r.-rm ttins tr-f-t ra Iways l m-ai;e in
the bu-iness of tr.iti-p.iriin- t'nited Mates
Living the cirr:T;t courts jurisdiction in
f: d -nt-ted ily I'leetioiis.
I'rovldin!; f.r lb-- t-tnp-.r ny app tintm -nt
f.f ein-e t j -idy s I y tw- ""Vrnwr.
Makiiii: it a mis lem.-arior, puiiis!ial.le 1?
tin.' aiol inif.risoameut. for any railroad to
"blaek II-t' any of its . midyes.
!r..Tidin-4 for the punishment of cify fll
l rs who m:y he int.-r. s-t-l in city cmtrart,
r in furiiishin-; supfil ei to ib.- eity. Ta
'.aw was drawn with special ri'ferenee to ,
V'ii:s coueliii'-ii. It is as follows:
If any riiy oftteer sh ill be d r.' tlv nr in
directly iiit-rested in any contract luid.-rtl a
eity. or in any w.t k dotu by ttie city, or n
furtiis.iin- su'pphes for the city, or 'any of
t- in-t tut .iiis, he -liali 1m l emed mil Itv of
a mi-d'Tite.t:ior : and : uM.otiiI-d uttirer
!M-e"H,in s.. oit-r t-d sh:rll be lismis..
f i m ilu-e itiiiiie-ii.tt-iy by the mayor; and
uti-tii tin- t.iaxor iH'i-otiiMiK-alistb'iI that any
i- i t i e olli t' is -o iui.-ri red. he shall mi-
t I at. ly -UM .d slieil -Ilieer. atol repott
tin- fa. Is to tie council, wter.'tinoii thtj
eotined, as -non as pr.n-1 .ca'de. shall be eott-T.-ie-d
to hear and l--t'niiiin the -am-; an 1
it hy two-third v.t- ol the council, he b-.
f.-inel -o inti r. -l.-d, lie shall le immc dt.iteiy
i! m:el irom sitca dlh-e.
1 kin- tiie d.sem!iialioiiof immoral pub
lic. -tons a o-iony.
An improved law pun nhin option deal
ing. I'un'sliinjr railroad '-spofters for m iking
false reports about empli.ycs.
K.Iendinu the Au-ttalnin syst-tn of voting
t all Voting pri-inet in the state.
ti.Vlli the reeoil-T of Voters of St. laMlifl
the same pw-r in primary elect ions as in
STelieral .-Ie tion.
for tin plot ect ion ff hotel -keepers
from ib-ad beats.
Creatimr the otlli-e of fietory iupertor in
ritien of r.'iu inhabitant, and over, to bo
paid by tin eity.
I. im t n th; agreed r.tto of interest on
loan to - per ceni.
I'rtividiii that u-ury tmtv le pleaded a a
b f.-n-e in civ.l action, and I liatnsiirb.us
nli-n t iiiiiv ! applied n payment of Ilia
ptincipul ibbl.tiii-t that pi md of Hie ex r
:i"u of u-unoin r.tt.- f iiil re-t shall in
validate and render i!l-ir.il any lien, mort
aire. ir fdedtii? of pi-r-otial property mada
ti -.ecurc such tndeitedae.4. This iskmiHtl
is the "money -r-hat k bill."
I.i m it ini the tin m br nf justice of the
P-a e 111 si. I.ouis lo note; providing for
Mieir election in November. IVI; prvilin;
r a -alary of . a! proval.ni f.r con-Calde-.
at p-r tiemtii. b ptiti' at T-" ami
t ch r at eaidi eocrt at f:m. AH exn ns-sj
f t Im courts to be paid by the city. All
fees collected are to be paid into the city
Hi-oiurini; persons or corporation etn
doyin' female- t provide suitable M-ats
lor th in ami p-rmit their n-.
Ab'tle-innt; lheTtice of state register of
'ands alter l.'.
It'-tliriti; m ton op- ra tor to pay em
ploy twice each month.
I'rovidinj; for the peusionin; of di-abieil
poii-em-n at half pav. nnd the p"nainin: at
haif pav of widows of otltc.-rs killed In tlm
line f ilillv : and for tie- retrremeti if po
licemen at half pay after twenty years' faith
I'roviiMn for the pti-ii-hmetit nf pools,
f ru-l and conspiracies ft control pnet-
Aes!tiK and taxim; the personal pron
erlv i! corp'.ratiomt s the profierty of ind!
vidiia'n Autlmris'iii'r the slier ff of st. Ixiuis to em
ploy an attoi ii'-y at Ji mi per annn-n.
IToliibitin'z book-makini; or pool-selling
upon any trial, contest of k;II. peed. pw r
or endurance of tn:m or Irea-t. which is to
take place beyond the limits of this state.
Some of the laws applicable to St.
Isolds wen greatly needed. Th law
providing fVr punishment of city of
ficials interested in city contracts will
be a handy thing to have around.
Some Missouri fnw.t I nice.
The pst fliie department has Jnst
eimpleted the annual readjustment of
salaries f rMstin:isters app.unted to
ofliees of the second class. The follow
ing changes wercjmade in Missouri:
fart have ..f.:t1 !2.l'r
I hilheothe If, 2.fni
1 lititon I.i 2.inm
1 .dii'i.bia 2.201
linlep. ieb'liee !. 2j0
Jeff. r.n IIV 2-V Iffl
.loniiu 2.o 2. a
T.o'ui'ana 2.1'o 2. rt
Mexico 1.1 f 2.'MIJ
Moberlv 2.rti 2,?0
st. 1 -hurl s i.vm 7,vn
S.-dalia 2,MM 2,T
Ni-w second elans offices.
Hear Creek Sink Into the Karta.
Quite a peculiar phenom na occurred
about seven miles from Richmond the
other day. Bear creek, a 'arge tribu
tary to the t.aseonade river, waj quite
high, and had negun to overflow many
of the low bottoms. Farmers were very
anxious about their crops, for several
miles above the month. Inlagine their
surprise when the waters s ldepl and
mysteriously began to snbskie. On exam
ination it w.t- found that seven r eight
miles above the mouth of the creek a
cavity had broken through the bed of
the creek and the water wm U empty
log into thia cavity.
JUMPED THE TRACK.
Khoeklna; Accident at CfoWoVd Baearr
Iob Trmla on th New torh. Cbleaa B
SU Louis Kail way Near IKver, OOa
Man Killed. Several Fatally and Man
Mora Otherwise Injored List of U
CLEVFtAMff. 0. Jane 20. An excur
rirrtl train of fifteen otichea left this
city or Oak feint, a pleasnra resort on
the New York, Cfaiea! A 8t Lonis
railway, about twenty miles west of
here, early yesterday afternoon- Hi
engine was running with tender in
front and when two miles west of
Dover, jumped the track, causing the
rails to spread and ditching the train
The engine went down the embank
ment pulling one car with it. The next
two coaches were telescoped and re
dneed to kindling wood.
The farmers living near the railroad
hastened to the scene, and with the aid
of the passengers unhurt began the
work of removal of the dead and in
jured. The air was filled with the
screams of the injured and the fright
ened women in the shattered coaches.
Only one person was killed outright.
At least fifteen, and possibly more,
were injured. The accident was in an
out-of-the-way place and particulars
The followingis a list of the killed and
injured, all residents of this city:
Henry Rogers, 21 years old; skull
crushed and internal injuries.
Hurt Keefe. aged 12; skull fractured
legs hurt: will p;obably die.
Peter Redon, 21; foot crushed and
wound in jaw.
S. V. Clark, 2fl; ribs broken.
Thomas Grant ley, badly bruised and
Mary Keddy, 20; ribs broken and in
Kdward Sheppard. 23; right leg
crushed and hurt internally.
William Stcgkemper, 44; scalp wound
and leg crushed.
Lizzie Ray, 26; hip badly bruised.
Charles Quirk, 24; cut in the neck and
Ernest Schriefer, 23; scalp wound.
V. J. Hemstreet, IT; right arm broken
and leg bruised.
Col. John V. Gibbons, director of po
lice; bad flesh wounds, internal inju
ries. Peter Campbell, foot crushed and jaw
fractured; condition serious.
Michael Barrett, 2S; leg broken at
This includes all those more seriously
injured. The total number of injured
is forty -nine, most of whom suffered se
vere bruises or sprains.
Conductor Zeigler was in charge of
the train. Neither Engineer Gardiner
or his fireman were hurt. The train
was running at the rate of thirty miles
Richard Rogers, who was killed in
stantly, was at one time a professional
player on the Toronto (Ont) team.
Ten or twelve were fatally injured,
but their names could not be learned
owing to the reticence of the hospital
employes. Every ambulance in the city
was called, and met the special train
that went .out for the injured. About
forty were badly hurt.
Death of K Senator Mclonald, of In
diana, After a Brier I line He I lied at
1'raee with Ills Maker, ttiTlna; Teatlinofijr
to Ilia Faith In Cod's Saving Grace.
IxMASArnLis. Ind-, June 21. Sena
tor McDonald died at 11:35 to-night He
passed away very peacefully, withont
a struggle, surrounded by his family,
who were all in attendance at the bed
side. Early yesterday morning the unfavor
able symptoms of several days ago re
appeared, and during the day the
patient's condition continued to grow
more serious. He con Id retain no
nourishment whatever and the little
remaining of the former strength slowly
ebbed away. But consciousness never
During the afternoon Rer. Mr. Mil
bourn was sent for and administered
the sacrament Then Mr. McDonald
called his family and intimate friends
about him and calmly, as if the occa
sion were of the most ordinary kind,
gave directions for his funeral arrange
ments and the disposition of some of his
personal affairs. In the presence of all
he said he wished to give testimony to
his faith in God's saving grace. Then
he grasped each by the hand and bade
them good-by, saying that he could see
no more callers. His auditors thus dis
missed, the dying man surrendered him
self to the care of his physician to await
the coming of the inevitable.
Folaonad by Parties I'nksovs.
Deitvfb, CoL. June 21. C. O. Morris,
a wealthy druggist of this city, left here
for Sterling, Col., on business. Late
last night he was found dead in a room
in a Sterling hotel. The physicians
said he had died from poison, and such
was thought to be the case. When his
wife was told of her husband's death,
she immediately declared that he had
been poisoned by some parties who had
an interest in getting him ont of the
way. She claims that he had been
warned of a plot to kill him and was
expecting it She will not say now
who the suspected parties are.
Georgia Likely to be rarepreaented at tha
A tla XT A. Ga., June 22. The Evening
Journal addressed a letter to each mem
ber of the Georgia legislature, which
meets next month, inquiring as to
whether he would vote for a state ap
propriation for an exhibit at the World's
fair. The Journal prints seventy-one
replies received, of which thirty-eight are
unqualifiedly against any appropriation
on certain conditions, and seven are
non-committal. Thia makes it practi
cally certain that the legislature w!'J
make no apnronrUtioq for tht WoridN
A TIMELY RESCUE.
Tno Crew mg too Notrwevten llartk Cart.
Abandons at Boa, Reaeaed by tno Tank.
Stealer Hafls. After Terriblo eofferba
ad Laadad at Fhlladelpnla Tha Cast a
Philadelphia, June 23. The Nor
wegian bark Carl, from Avonmonth.
May 12, in command of Capt Jansen,
with a crew of ten men, bound to Que
bec, is now drifting around the north
Atlantic a helpless wreck, and her crew,
aftar enduring untold hardships, are
comfortably lodged in the Sailors home
in thia city, in charge of the Norwegian
consuL The tank steamship llafis.
Captain Hutch, brought tbena In Sun
day. No one of the crew ha more
wealth than what clothing he bad on
On the morning of June 9, 'the sky
presented a cloudy appearance and
Capt Jansen put his ship under easy
canvas. At S p. m. the wind was blow
ing a furious gale, and at midnight it
grew into a hurricane. At daybreak
the crew had hardly realized their dan
ger In the darkness, but now death
stared them In the face.
All day they struggled with the storm
alone and again night set in. The ves
sel was leaking badly and the crew
were drenched and water-weak. Sev
eral times men were washed from the
pumps into the scupper. The follow
ing day and night the wind kept haul
ing from west-northwest to northwest
and back, increasing in velocity every
time it canted.
On June 13, the men, after struggling;
for three days and nights, were desper
ate. Half starved and chilled through
they huddled to spend their last hours
of ex istence together. Toward 8 o'clock
at night the weather being clear, tho
side-lights of a steamship were seen
She saw Capt Jan sen's rockets and
whistled. Help was near. In two
hours all hands were on board tho
Hans, which conveyed them here. The
Carl was abandoned in latitude 45,
CABLE TOLLS REDUCED.
A Kednetlon In Cable Telerrrapa Tolls, to
Take KReet Jaiy 1, na Announced by tho
Eoropenn Telegraph Administration.
New York, Jnne 23. The Commer
cial Cable Co. has been notified by
the European telegraph administra
tions that on July 1 the rates to the
following countries will be reduced
one cent per word: Belgium, Holland,
Luxembourg, Russia in Caucasus,
Spain, Switzerland, Phillipine islands,
Argentine Republic, Paraguay, Uru
guay, Algeria and Tunis; and two cents
per word reduction will be made to
the following points: Austria
G reece, I taly, Turkey in Europe,
Turkey in Asia, Smyrna, etc.,
via France; Russia in Asia, Egypt and
Tripoli; three cents per word reduction
to Amoy, Foo Chow, CntzlatT, Hong (
Kong and Shanghai in China: twelve
cents per word to Ceylon; fifteen cents
to Cochin China; eight cents to India,
twenty to Java, fifteen cents to Penang
via Eastern or Indo, and eighteen cents
per word to Canary islands via Eastern
or Direct Spanish.
THREE BOYS DROWNED.
A Bravo Lad Loses His Life la a Nohlo
Effort to Save Others.
Wasuisotos, Pa.. June 23. John Me
.veown, aged 10; Harry Shoullis, aged
10, and Walter Jones, aged 14, were
drowned in the Deak's park pond here
yesterday afternoon. Harry and John
Shoullis and John McKeown were
playing on a raft on the pond when the
rope, which held the raft to the shore
broke. Walter Jones, who was bathing
near by attempted to get the raft back
to shore. The raft overturned and the
four boys were thrown in the water.
Jones swam to shore with the younger
Shoullis and returned for the other
boys. He was swimming to shore with
one of them when the other dragged
him under the water and all three were
drowned. John McKeown was a son of
the late millionaire oil king. McKeown,
and the Shoullis boys were his grand
sons. Jones is a son of Presiding Elder
Jones of the Methodist Episcopal
church. Their bodies were recovered.
The Mlcroacapte Inspection of Pork.
Chicago, June 23. Secretary Rusk
Inaugurated the first official microscopic
inspection of pork at the Union stock
yards yesterday. The secretary ex
pressed himself as being well satisfied
with the success of the experiment
"We will enlarge the scope of this un
dertaking, he said, 'ar.d in a compar
atively short time we expect to see
Germany and France get over their
prejudice against the hog product of
So far. Swift, Morris and Armour are
the only Chicago packers who have
taken advantage of the system, but
Secretary Rusk says the same inspec
tion will be made in Kansas City and
Omaha and, in fact, all the cities con
taining large packing houses.
Gloucester, Mass., June2H. Nearly
the entire fleet of the Gloucester ves
sels employed in the Cape shore mack
erel fishing have arrived. Their catch
is very smalL . The captains report
there were large numbers of mackerel
sighted this spring off the Nova Scotia
coast but they kept well into the shore,
and the provincial fishermen made
large catches. The cod fishing oft the
Flemish cape and Grand Banks is re
ported by vessels to be a complete fail
ure. They spoke a large fleet of ves
sels who reported no fish. Although
the catch of mackerel this season is the
smallest on record, prices are S3 to $3
lower per barrel than at this time last
OOlehU Visit to tho President of Pern.
Washixotox, J une 23. A private
tetter from Pern brings the informa
tion that Admiral Brown and the other
officers of the United States naval fleet
on the west coast of South A merica
paid an official visit to the president of
Pern on the 5th of May, and were re
ceived by him with great ceremony and
cordiality. During the visit the presi
dent expressed great interest in the
Chicago exposition, and said that al
though their country was poor they
should make the finest display that the
means of the government would per
mit Appointed Ageate ta Visit Alaskan Wa
ter. W a f Hi 56 to ir, June 23. The state de
partment baa been notified by the Brit
ish government that Sir George Baden
Powell, and W. D. Dawson, of the
Canadian board of survey have been
appointed agents of that government
to visit Alaskan waters and obtain in
formation on the seal fisheries question
for use of the arbitration commission to
be appointed. They have been recog
nized by the state department and the
treaaury agenta in Alaska will be In
structed to show tbem tha usual n