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MIS: .Ml" III.
The president has selected Part
Sett Tripp, of South Dakota, formerly
minister to Austria, as the United
States representative on the Sanioau
The Paris Figaro announces that the
microbe of cancer has been isloated
end cultivated by r. lira, of Paris.
The microbe is an inferior fundus
growth of the familv oi Aseomvcetes.
Associate Justice Stephen J. Field
(retired), of the United States supreme
court, died at his home in Washing
ton, on the llth, from kidney trouble
aggravated by the infirmities of old
The exports tothcUnitcd States dur
ing the last six months from the north
ern haif of (iermany were $l,--T:i.iMi,
against .'.i.l-'--.oOO in 1MI. of which
sugar amounted to $:i,7J'J,'J.'i4, against
Admiral Dewey has cabled the navy
department asking that si v months'
mgiitcering supplies be ent to him at
Manila. Tin" department will probably
use the Piitl'alo, now on her way to
New York, for the carriage of these
"Pajah" a mammoth elephant owned
by I.emen I'.rothers" circus, which lias
been wintering in Aro-entine. Kas.,
killed ils keeper, Frank Fisher, on the
Sith. Fisher was intoxicated and un
dertook to make the animal perform,
lie is said to have been the elephant's
A dispatch from Manila published in
Madrid says: "Aguinaldo has issued
a decree directing that Spanish shall
1m- thoolilcial language throughout the
archipelago, ami protesting against
the American pretension to force the
use of Ei"Iish on the natives, who do
not know it."
The finai ceremony In the rc-cslali-lishment
of peaceful relations between
the United States and Spain, occurred
at the White House at two o'clock, on
thi' 11th. when the president and Am
bassador Cambou. the latter acting for
Spain, exchanged rat ilicat ions of the
treaty of peace.
The list of speakers for the Chica-.ro
platform dinner to be giw n at t'c1
(initio Central Palace, in New York
city, on tin- l.'.th. includes Win. .i.
Pryan, Superior Court Justice William
J. (iaynor, of Prooklyn; (icorge Fred.
Williams, of Massachusetts; Charles
A. Tonne and John F. Crosby.
Ilerr Thilouius. a tutor of Stras
Luig university, who was an eyewit
ness of the recent occurrences at Sn-inoj-,
during a scientific visit, to the
islands, has made a special report on
th subject to the l'.erlili foieign olliee
for the use of the (iermaii members of
the investigating commission.
Late news from Honolulu tells of a
clciperate encounter on the Kahukii
plantation, on March 2iS, between Chi
nese and Japanese laborers in which
three Chinese were killed, a dv.eii
seriously, perhaps fatally, wounded
ami 4(1 slightly injured. The Japanese
were armed with spiked clubs, knives
ficn. Lnwton, at the head of 1..HH)
picked men. captured Santa Cruz, the
chief city of La guana ile Pay, Island
of Luzon, on the loth, after a most gal
lant assault, in which the casualties
of the Americans were six wounded,
the loss to the rebels being placed at
OS killed, a large number wounded and
many capt tired.
A general meeting of stove manufac
turers, representing practically all tiie
tt rritory between New Kiigland and
the Pocky mountains, was held in Chi
cago, on the loth, to consider the ad
visability of advancing prices. It was
decided to increase all prices ten per
cent., and to make tlie advance effect
The American war ships commanded
by Pear-Admiral Samp-on were iv
ocivco with enthusiasm at I -a (itiayaia.
Pitsutent Andrade gave a dinner and a
lial! to the admiral, hisMtticcrs and t'.i
United States minister, r". 1!. I.oonns.
The Venezuelan president also decor
ated the admiral and seven of his of
ficers with teh order of ISoIivar.
lnteriewed regarding the sugges
tion that he be made a candidate for
the presidency next year. Admiral
Dewey said he was a sailor and the
tailor has no party but the administra
tion. The admiral added that neither
by vocation, disposition, education or
training, was he capacitated to till the
presidency, and he was not a candi
date. Late news from Samoa clearly shows
the culpability of the (iermaii consul
jreneral, Pose, in bringing i-liout ill
fighting at Apia. When Mataafa ami
hi:; followers were obeying the order
ci Itear-Admiral Kant and retiring
from Apia, a counter proclamation by
liost caused them to return and the
Ix.nibardment followed, with its dis
President Loubet arrived at Monte
.imar. France, on the fith. to spend h
lew days at his naiive place, which
was gaily decorated in his honor, the
streets being- spanned by triumphal
arches. The president was much af
fected by the enthusiastic welcome ac
corded him. He descended from hia
carriage and tenderly embraced hi
aged mother, who shed tears of pride
APRIL 1899. t
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NEWS IX BRIEF.
Compiled from Various Sources.
PERSONAL AND GENERAL.
Another terrible holocaust occurred
in tin fashionable quarter of New
York city, on the 7th. cau.-cd by the
burning of the palatial resilience of
Wallace C. Andrews. No. Fast Sixty
.Ninth street, in which 12 of the in
mate; seven members of The family
am: five servants met horrible deaths.
A brand from the burning building
blew in at the window of the residence
of Aibert J. Adams, two blocks dis
tant, and started a lire which partial
ly destroyed it and caused the death of
the housekeeper, the firemen rescuing
the oi her inmates.
During the performance in Denver.
'Col., on the night of the Mil. by th"
Stuart Kobsoti company of "Two
KoL'iies ami a K-imance." Miss Marie
Pui p.ii'jhs accidentally stabbed Ilcr
ohl Uu.-sHI ii, the face, inflicting a se
John II. Sullivan, a former member
of the governor of Massachusetts" ex
ecutive council, and one of the most
prominent politicians in Coston.
drooped deml on lhe '.Th.
I'v 1 h" accidental explosion of a sheil
i:i tin f.irtr. s,s of 1 ! u y. Delirium, on tl.J
Tlh. two soldiers wire killed and two
oilci i: and four other per-ons wound
ed A street ad'oiumir the ti rtress.wris
devastated by the explosion.
The Danish steamer Nordfarer. ( apt.
Priiiiiiish. from (inlvcston for llnm
hurir. via Norfolk. took off -'' nien from
the rr-iieh fishing schooner Kugeiii.".
which foundereil at sea.
I.'eliirns received from the Irish
county council elections, oil the iuh.
showed that "no nationalists. union
ists, one labor candidate and one liber
al have been returned.
The Pritish uov eminent has accept
ed the offer f the colony of New ca
lami to dispatch a boat to Samoa, but
the troops offered are not required.
About 1"" destitute prospectors at
Valdes. Alaska, are being cared for by
(iovernmeut Aieiit Charles llrovvn.
The United States cruiser Kaleigh
arrived at I'.erniuda. on the 9th. All
on board were well.
A soldier at Matanzas. Cuba, the oth
er day, while assisting in cleaning flic
court yard of the castle, found a Span
ish gold piece. The members of the
squad immediately staked off claims in
the western style and dug iipthewhole
yard, finding coins dated all the way
from IT.'!" to lsi, and worth :iini
Two spans of the steel bridge which
crosses the Yellowstone rivet' at (ilcn
divc. Mont., were carried away by an
ice gorge, on the night of the Mh. and
it is reported many lives were lost by
Orders have been issued for the
Tenth United States cavalry, now on
garrison duty at the various forts in
Texas, to proceed to Santiago. Cuba.
This regiment will replace the three
immune r-giineiils near Santiago,
which have been ordered to return to
the United States.
Mrs. 1". S. (irant will be prevent at
the unveiling of the tirant monument
is: Fairmouiit park. Pliilad.'Ipliia. on
April Trie actual uncovering oi
the liioiiuiiK m will be performed by
one of the general's grandchildren.
The pn siilent and other distinguished
guests will have places with M is. irant
and the members of her family on th
A niir.iair disaster, in which PJ men
lost their lives, is reported from tlie
Sim. Ma jada milling camp. located ia
the state of ( oahuiia. Mexico. ..n miles
south of Presidio. Tex. An explosion
of gas caused the calamity.
Tl. director of the mint has been
adding rapidly to the stock of coin in
the treasury. The amount now held
W .t-1.0''.i.ii'.i!. This is subject to the
deduction of -Ti'i.uiO he'd againtt
outstanding gold certificates, but af
fords a balance of $I2."i.inhi.ihiii for th
payment of the indemnity to Spaiit
ami the maintenance of a gold reserve
Altei Is hours' deliberation the jury
at Van P.uren. Ark., in the ease of
Mexcy. charged with assaulting Mrs.
Ilulda Micrs. a (iertnnn woman. TJ
year.- of age. returned a verdict of
guilty. The punishment is death. Tlu
vtrdict meets I'm approval of all. lnith
white and black.
Col. P.. C. Shaw died in Indianapolis
on the inth. He served with distinc
tion in the civil war. and was twice
elected treasurer of Indiana. He was
formerly chairman of the democratic
state central committer.
Oscar llamnierstc in. the theatrical
manager, tiled a petition in bankrupt
cy, in New York, on the Kith, with liu
bilities of $W..4Mi. The assets were
given as SHOO worth of wearing ap
parel. Hon. H. A. W. -Tabor, postmaster at
Denver. Col., and ex-United States sen
ator, died, on the loth, of appendicitis,
after three days' illness.
There is said to b- on foot a move
ment to nominate (iov. P.ushnell and
Att'y-ticn. Mocnett of Ohio for thirj
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The John K. Speed, one ot the lnr-
es. steamboats plying- the Ohio river,
was driven on the dam at Louisville,
Ky by the current, on the Dth, and
sunk. It is believed that she is so
baiilv injured that she can never again
he ;:m d. No lives were lost.
Judge J. J. Power, receiver of the
Perry (Okla.) land office, dropped dead
of heart trouble, on the night of the
Uth. while conversing with friends.
Judge Power was appointed from
The Twenty-third Kansas regiment
(colored), which returned from San
tiago a month ago. tv.is mustered out
at Fort Leavenworth on the loth. The
general health of the regiment was
The queen regent of Spain, on the
loth, signed a decree granting a credit
for the payment of the interest- and
the redemption of the Philippine
The statement of the condition oi
the treasury issued on the 10th
showed: Available easn balance. $2i2,
."74,rl!; gold reserve. H."i.(i:;0.0J7.
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
The condition of war which had ex
isted between the United States and
his proclamation declaring the war at
Spain since April 21. Wi-i. terminated, j dt'i ing a ipiarrel. called that son to his 1 .hriJimf ?he mrponufon oFVorM i tLri,t ':1,Jt-k when the president hand-
on me jit 11. wnen till' last Tol'lliaililes - oiesioe 10 aovise 111.11 now lie miLrni iair coiapanies passeU tile s-nate vester- -
in the restoration of peace were per- j csicpe punishment for his crime. ' h:;';. IS V
formed bv the exchange of ratitica- i "! hn, he said, "it was ivostly my 1y jroinu 0:1 r. cord as in favor of the ;.."i-J '.
tions of the peace treaty. Coineidciit ! f: uit : von liad to shoot me. I would l'1r"M.71ili"P to cpl, !'r;'.te centennial ol f
1 I, ' .,,.. tlie I.omsiana iiurchase bv hoidutcr a f Ivrift
with this President MeKinley issued j bi.vc hurt you if you li.idn t. but you world s fair in the city of St. Loiiis ir 1 svl J ;
an ml and the appointment of Pel- v. on t get into Much trouble about it,
lamy Slorcr was determined upon as j John. I want to say before I die. that
United Stales minister to Spain. j if vou were in any way to blame for
Perry S. Heath, the tirst assistant ' v.lat you did. I forgive vou." P. ros im
post master general, arrived in San :l"l ,:is s,,;1- "'!" "s years oh1.
.l ! in tie Porto Pico, on the 11th. 0:1 ' lpn.rrelc.1 trepie.tlv. They had an :il-
b .an! tin- t'niU'd States transport 1 Sim
told, lie will be urged 0:1 all sides to
improve lhe mail service, especially
between Ponce ami San Juan. A great
improvement has lalely been brought
about by Messrs. KI lint t and Ko'niiison,
but they are hampered by the in ide
i,i:;;!e faeilit ies.
. tramp entered the homo of Mrs.
James liiiteh r. on a farm three miles
wist of South Charleston. ).. on the
11th. and shot her four times in the
pieseiice of her children. Hi.; purpose
was robbery. The man was captured
and hurried to the London (O.) jail to
the hands of
i.eighbors of the murdered woman.
I.oerimii-r. the sergeant major of ar
tillery and former secretary of the late
l.i'iit.- ol. Henry, committed suicide
at Sail (.luentin. France, on the 111 Ii.
lb.' had been siitl'ering from luelau
cholia since he heard of the suicide of
I. 'cut. -Col. Ileiirv in the fortress of
Mont Valerien. Paris, in August last. j
Advices from I'.iienos Ay res conlirui '
the. report that the Polivian revolution- j
ists have won a signal success, tien. 1
Panilo. the leader of the revolutionists, ;
has entered Oruro. President Alono's j
loriuer headquarters, and the presi- J
dent has fled. )
At a meeting of the directors of the
Park of Kngland. 011 the 11th. S. S. j
Cia Istone and August Prcvost were 1
i:ppointed governor and deputy gov
ernor, respectively, of the insi it ut ion. ;
Pr-'sideiit I.oubet of France. 011 lhe :
lllh. received President Iglesias of
Costa Kiea in a farewell audience. I'he 1
hitter will sail from Cherbourg for
home 011 the l'.ith.
M. Lascar Catargi. the distinguished
Kouiiinuiau statt small and former pre
mier, died in Piieharest. 011 the llth, in
his seventy-sixth year.
The Poumauiaii cabinet resigned on
CURRENT NEWS NOTES.
The river tit Memphis, Tcnn., is two
feet above the danger line.
The World's fair fund at St. Louis
is growing' at a remarkably rapid rate.
James Clark, the oldest Freemason
ill America, died at (juiucy. 111., aged
California has shipped .V:.'"!'n sacks
of salt to Kutsia and Siberia lor past
Mr. C. Oliver Is.-li.i uys the new cup
defender will be rciilv for a trial sail
by .1 11 111- 1.
Tie- Missouri house adopted ''
nort favciit!" tiie abolition oi' tiie t-tati
'raw ford v Co. lead the way ill new
delivery w.iL-oas at St. Louis. They
l.r.vo ..'li:.i..U. aiitomol iii-.
The remains of Warren F. behind of j
the Windsor hotel. New York, were ;
buried in nkwcod cfineicry, Cliictrgo. !
It is asserted in Koine, that tie? j
Italian warships have already landed j
t i;.m foii li:iv. nrovitu'c oil
fi,;., " !
dly Marshal John X. Scott com-j
mittcd suicide in a dramatic fashion at 1
Kirksville. Mo., liecause he was defeat
cd for re-cleojlion.
lien. Montenegro is reported to have
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liceil Kllictl lining me ie.i-oi ns"""s I
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near .Malolos. He was the most daring i
, . , ,
of the 1-ilipmo leaders. I
The journal of the Illinois house is
- . .. , .. .,t. i
alleged to have lieen tampered Willi,
and the record of the entire session is
novv open to suspicion. j
The suggested barter of the Philip-
nines for part of Canada and the en
tire Pritir-h West Indies is a subject of
discussion :n Washington circles.
Hicrara IUH will be hanged at Cross
vilie. fenr... April 14. for wife-murder,
(iov. McMillin has denied his appeal
for a commutation of his sentence.
Judge P. T. Petree. the nestor of
the southern Kentucky bar. dropped
i!t ad in court at Hopkinsville shortly
aficr concluding a three hours' argu
ment. Census Director Merriam is having
the county divided into supervisors'
districts under a new plan, which is
expected to expedite the forthcoming
Three posses ure in pursuit of the
Pambert-tiill gang in Tangipahoa par
ish. La., and a battle is expected. Sher
iff Diirkhalter was accidentally killed
with Ills own pistol.
MISSOURI STATE NEWS.
Sonlh Methodist rinn.
The board of education of the threa
Ali.-souri conferences of the E.
church, south, together with the pre
siding el'.i.Ts, held a joint session at
Fpyctte. I'.isliop K. 11. llendrix. of
Kansas City, presided. A committee
with Dr. John V. Lee, of St. Louis, as
chairman, formulated a plan for press
ing the educational interests of 1ht
church in Missouri and for collectinaf
th. twentieth century fund which the
chi rch proposes to raise. The amount
to be raised is $::.0U0.0i)0. It was re
solvei' that especial efforts lie made ro
increase the endowment fund of Cen
tral college in Fayette at least 5:200.
000. The nresent endowment is .41-10.-
n.. ti- t- . i i . ...
uuo. .nr. .-amiiei v uppics. ot .-m. 1.0111s,
renntlv e-nve SL'iLOOO to the I icvovtn
in , 1 , 1 .1 - . 1- 1 ' except as it pertains to railroads and
hall, to be erected this jear I luler other quasi public corporations, for whicfc
the presidency of Dr. E. 1J. Citiighead. 1 provision is m.ule by law.
... 1 11 1 .11. 1 I The civil appropriation Mil passed th(
Central college is dom- the best work ! senate. Amendments were a'lopte.1 in
in her history and her future is vcrv creesing the salary of the clerk of th
hrb-l't ' !"1j"t'1n,-Seneral from $!.( to St.utM a
One Death-lied cene.
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A few minutes before his death,
Timothy Prosnahan. a iiromiiient con-
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tractor 111 Kansas ( ity. whom his own
son .lohn shot and fatal I v wounded
shouldn't have killed me. I hope you
. tei'cs.tion. and tin- father seized a pi
11. id declared he would "cl'-an out the
! lioi.se." His son shot him. and is novv
1 under arrest on a charge of murder.
I A St. I.ouift llartuints.
I nt Hancock. o. don d. was hanged. in
St.I.ouis.in the prosi-nce of ."'.o p-.-opl.,
' It was a hilarious "audience."" ami
: Haneoi-k was ail smiles, proud of the
fact that he was the center of so much
i interest, lie stopped to gaze upon the
! multitude, win 11 a deputy sla riiT said:
j " ) - ! llitueoek. come on. bit's g'ot
i lhroii"li." And in less than a min
ute Hancock was kn-Mng at the cud
'jf the rope.
s. 11. riiio.ir u ;:i.
J 'lhe will of the late Simeon P. Ar
, Iiiour, of Kansas City, has been filed
1 for prtdiale. The estate, valued at not
j less than $t.0(iii.(liill. is left to Mrs. S. P.
I Armour, his nephew. KirM.inil P.. Ar-
1. lour, and the Kansas City children'
j home, which Mrs. Armour was instru
n.ental in fouudiiig. it is believed to Ik;
i-ck-oe county The child-ens ho'i.e; hro,,Khot the state. The resolm or "llitv. lhe president wasac
..... k. 01. lountv. l he c.iild.ins Lo.i.d :,,se.! lively pass.-.ec of wonis. lir. Tubbs ; companied bv Secretary Hay and
.i. s-.,"" ill (i.-ii.
Fur Stealing a t'orpne.
Flmer Khine .an cnijiloye of an un
dertaking establishment in Sedalia,
charged with having disposed of the
body of Theodore Iliukle, a pauper
suicide, was indicted by the grand
jury, arraigned in court, waived a
re.n'ing of the indictment, pleaded
euilty and was fined 50 and costs.
I The trial of .1. I". Watson, the Law
1 rence county school direct ir, charged
with sending improper letters through
th" mails to Miss Susie Looney, the
teacher of the district, and to members
of the school board, occurred in the
i federal court at Springlield. The de-
f IiOellt was acquitted.
Killed nt Mcht.
John Freeman, of Craig. Holt coun
ty, while on his way to his home at
ni"h, was waylaid and killed. Jack
(iroiiml. who had h"en keeping- com
pany with Freeman's
against the will of Freeman
Sent Ills Wife n Vnlentine.
Kobert Putclier. of Windsor,
been arrested by a l":iitid States mar
shal on the charge of having sent oil
matter to .us wi:e. p-oui wluut
I. lb- sci! 1 it as a Val
' cut Inc.
A 4-ofo! I2o:id Arcreivt.
Wond has l-cii selling in Si. Josept
at per eo-.l. all on aeeoitet of the
l ad loads, and
.11. in: n.'
1 is said lo hi
nit ies of ihe
one of th
I 1: 1 1 r co
Mole to Keep Her liiiilreil.
Mrs. Anna McKeon, who admitted
that she had stolen to keep her chil
tlnti from starving, was acipiiited m
the St. Louis criminal court. ;
ot Long: Sriursiril.
Herman Mci)orinaii did at Prown-
ing. recently, of brain fever. His wife
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tiicd a wei'k before. 1 he y liau been
. . . ,,
man led less than one year,
Made it It lie Haul.
. . .
lVrolnrs entered the store of W. II.
1It ;SM.r,.r. in p.,.toii. and bit w open
tu.. sil(t.m It is thought tiiey secured
tween $l.'ioo and il.Mn.
Married Mxty-Foor Venn.
Alh r. A. P. Kial and his wife. Sally f eml -issy at Washington, died sudden
B. Kial. celebrated the sixty-fourth an- ly at the embassy last night of heart
nivcrstiry of their wedding at the Ma :
sonic home in St. Louis.
Kvidently In a Horry.
In St. Louis Mrs. Kathi rine VenX
lafT. two months a wid v and tin
mothei of a 2Va months-old baby, took
her third husband.
Anaanltcd Ity Hia Sun.
Joseph Pyhia. S2 years old, wa as
saulted and seriously injured by hia
young and vigorous son, in St. Louis,
few nighfs ago.
Servm Her Right.
A Joplin milliner displayed $50
hat in her window, and now there
isn't a married man in town who will
speak to her.
THE MISSOURI LEGISLATURE:
Procrodln: ut U Fortieth Venersl Am
VTRSON CITY. April 5 The bit
Bui.. .: :.-::is the incorporation of World'!
fair e.j..ipanies. which passed the hous
Friday without a dissenting vota, cam
up tor second reading in the senate yes
terday, and was referred to the Louisiana
Centennial committee, of which Senatoi
John Morton, of Itay, is chairman.
The senate passed an important Jolnl
and concurrent resolution, offered by Sen
ator Wilson, of Platte, providing for 8
constitutional amendment, whose purpos
is to give assessors jurisdiction over notei
and other evidences of indebtedness se
cured by mormase or deed of trust or
and held by non-residents of the state.
The mortgage debt of the state is esti
mated at $m.'juv.uiO in round numbers,
and it is said that three-fourths of this
is not taxed. Tlie author of the resolu
tion estimated that, if it becomes a law,
it will net the state at least $75i,omii a
year. Under the provisions of the Wil
son resolution, a mortgaKe. deed of trust,
i cortract or other obligation by
- a debt serlIriMl( shan be treated as an
, Interest in the property which it affects.
.n:.ti. increasing u;e appropriation ior on
I secretary of state's oflice from J.U.(i0 tc
; J3S.UU0 for the ensuing year, allowing th
suierintendent of public instruction $VX
a year for an additional clerk, and in-
S"""!? ,he state auditor's appropriatior
. t-.u for more cN-rks. The bill carries
nn appropriation of $t:t.7no for salaries ic
The hnue took mother step in aid o!
the World's fair projwt by passing ih
bill introiluced by Mr. t'larfc. of Audrain
proviiiinjr fur a state fair. The n.uror o:
the bill has explained thr.t a state fail
will have the effect of cea.eiuini.- lhe va
rious ir.iiustrlnl associations of Missouri
Tile purpose of the Clark bill is deeiarec
t lc "t-. enci.unme the development ol
t!ie cgricnitural. horticultural, mechanic
al, miner:,!, stock-raisim; and all o'.hei
industrial interests of the state" by t!:
establishment of a state fair. The fair is
to be held anna iily. I winning possibl)
ia the mouth of September. l!"i. The sit
.'iKricultmv with JO i!;.ys after the livv bo-
omes eiTiM-tlve. at sum.: point in th
siate -asy of access and v.. 1! siiuate l
The town securing the l.icatien ef thf
fiiir nn:s; donate the grounds to tiie s:ate
lie selected !y the state board ol
"he 'lark bill nass-d the In
if its j.i..s..t in the senate.
Tiie house passed the Fitz'-reraM fran-
rhise tux bill.
The W haley anti-trust bill pas,, d th
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Beiiate v.itt: on dissenting vote.
The house passed the Mueller bill, te
vi llus that the clerical work of the K..n.
PI-.il :iSsettiliiV sli:i 1 lie ito'.o l,v- eontr:i.-t
The senate passed the ltusehe anti
SWiat shoo bill. It nrohiliits lhe tir:ief!..
ef mai.ut'.-ietariiar Is in crowded t. iu-
mem houses whose sanitary condition ii
!u many cases very bad.
Snator Matthews' bill enabling cour.tj
assessors to hold onic- for two successivs
terms passed the s nate.
t!ov. Stephens s.-r.t a mesase to th
senate vctoine Senate bill No. HT1, a bill
introduced bv Senator Rollins, of St.
iralion.rt',',?UUnS aCt' W,tUltfd '"n:3'-
JKKI"l"i;SO: CITY. Mo.. April T.-Tr
the house, yesterday. Dr. Tiibbs, of Osnue,
introduced a resolution consuriti"; iluv.
Stephens for his conspiracy " interview
lii(l) lililrt'lirftl in th Sf-itu Tri'mnn mirf
( -.iiti 1:1,11. tin: ;;in i-rilor Miew n. was l-
111 wnen ne maue iiiem. nr. luhbs had
reference to the charges made by ihe pov
Hnor that there was a conspiracy between
certain republicans and democrats to pre
vent revenue legislation.! Jones of Unw
ell, took a turn at the Kovernor. Mr. Hall,
of Saline, said he was not willing to von?
a censure. "I have always noticed." said
lie. "that if a man is hit hard, he howls,
and 1 am not howlint,-." Mr. Sickles, of
Putnam said he was in "favor of teachitn; 1
;he little governor a lesson." while Mr.
Iialzelle. of Webster, thought it was lie- I
frond the dignity of the legislature to con- I
filler such a resolution. And so the "de-
ti.ile" wi'iit on until the resolution came to
x vote, when ii was rejected i to 51.
After five hours of donate, the senate
ordered to engrossment the beer inflec
tion bill, introduced by Senator Ferris, of
I'rawford. Two amendments were adopted
daring the day, which its friends think
will strengthen it. A niunlier 01 minor
Rmondinents were also agreed to. The vote
for the engrossment of the measure was
so overwhelming as to leave little doubt
'.hat it will pass the senate.
The house passed the Farris Insurance
bill, after a most exciting debate.
JEFFKKSO.V CITY, April S. At last
the farmer members of the house have
muefeded in agreeing on a general road
law and passing it through that body.
The bill which passed yesterday was a
substitute for the bill, and had been
itnicniied many times. Its principal feat
ures are as follows: In January. i:o0. the
counties sh.-'II be divided into ro.-ol ilis.
triets by lhe county court. No district
snail contain less than nine square miles
of territory. For each district the
. court shall appoint three commissioners.
1 Ihe commissioners are to have jurisdie-
tion over all road improvements, and all
work shall be performed by contract.
I'oiinty courts are empowered to levy a
poll t:ix on voler:: between the ages of l'i
and years 01" not less than tl.s nor ex
ceeding S'.. which shall be collected as
Aft' r receiving some committee reports,
the senate adjourned over until Monday
at 3 p. m.
JEFFKItSON riTY.Anrll 11. Yesterday
th house passed a bill. Introduced by
. !:r::i!'.ev. of St. Frtineois. reonirinir ths
..lej, 01 lll!liei (o III: i:illl III lilWKll
dii ney. not less than once everv 15 davs. !
It :. mis that ih. re has been much tn'.u-
til ill some of th mining districts over 1
lhe payday ouestion. Some mining firms
pay . very two weeks, and others have a i
check system ot payments, under which j
me niiiHTs are n. recti to uraw most 01 '
1 their wages from a company store
Tie Typographical union was recog
nized by the house to the extent of pass
ing a lull which would require that all the
state printing shall bear the label of the
AIH...1 lVlolim- T1.11.I..0
Tlie statement is made that revising
committees have lien making excellent
progress, but every chapter of the stat-
I iites that lias been changed bv the leg.
j ls!:ure will have to take the course of a
Kl. Necessarllly this wrll consume a
great deal of time. After May 4 memoers
of the legislature will cease to receive $i
a day. hut will he reduced to 1. It has
been the experience of the past that they
soon grow homesick after the reduction
takes place. Gov. Stephens has stated
most empnatlcally that he will not call
an e.vua session ui me legislature ior me
purpose of revision, and so It seems that
an extra session of the legislature for the
''fn "rm.,,',!!i0 coml,lell se3-
Washington, April 11. Mr. Godfrey
planil. first secretary of the Pritifh
EFFECT OF MUSIC.
Eagles when played to become seri
ous and sedate and listen intently with
Captive coyotes whet music is played
will range themselves in a half-circle
and listen with the greatest attention.
Snakes like the bagpipes played soft
ly, and will sometimes coil up with
raised head and gently sway to and fro.
Lionesses ore affected most by the
bagpipes. They crouch half frightened,
and then dash madly around their cage
as though scared.
fill ACCOMPLISHED tt
The War "With Spain is Now a Thing
of the Past, and Sweet
Peace Again Reigns.
EXCHANGE OF TREATY RATIFICATIONS.
The Ceremony Took Place at the
White Hooar. M. C'umlion, the
French Anibnnondor, Actlna; lor
Spain and PreHldent MeKInler
for the Initrd Staten.
Washington, April 11. The complett
restoration of peace between the Unit
ed States and Spain has lieen effected,
lir.:t through the exchange of ratifica
tions of the treaty of peace, to be fol-
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I lowed by the issuance of a procl.imu-
f- , t, ,,,i,,t iniiouneinr to
i t,on l ,1C I"'nt nnnouniiiij, 10
ihe ,vori.i tlrit'tieace is restored. The
c, reuionv of exchanging rat ihcatioi s
I occurred at the executive mansion at
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i 'KSKini-.. 1 v n.i.i.v.M .wivi.M-t.1.
! cil to M. ( amboii. the l r..'i:vh ambas-
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! Naior. the American copy ot fne irenty
nt'i; tlie ambassador in turn gave to
j l!lt. Tir,.si,i,.nt the Spanish copy of tlm
' 1 1
president the Spanish copy of the
treaty properly attested by the cpieen
n-L'eiit ami jireinier of Spam.
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! I hi.- ceremony was dc. m l of all ois-
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'nt :l" ""pivssive clos,:ig
. !.;.em. in the negotiations which again
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'"'"'? 1,v" mitn.is tot'etner. -M.
- C: in hen was aceouiiaiii-d bv the first
1 secretary of the French embassy. X.
Thtciiatit. They were in civilian dr.'ss,
j the lirst purjiosi' f liavimr the entire
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Ultt ff the embassy atte.ul ill full mil-
ff nil irii itvr wi . it tii rimvir -fti
other oflicials of the AVhite House and
AMPASSADOR JL'LKS CAMIiON.
state department. Pt fore the ex
change Mr. Hay and M. Cambou pre
sented their resjN-ctivc powers, show
ing that they have lieen authorized ny
their governments to art 111 the pr-s-ent
case. When these powers had been
approved the two copies of the treaty,
thi' Spnni-h and the American, were
presi ntcd and compared to see that
the were exactly alike. With these
foi nullities complete the exchange
pn-pi-i occurred. It was a simple trans
fer of the two instruments. M. ( ainb in
handing to the j preside nt he Spanish
copy of the treaty and the president
handing the ambassador tiie American
ci py There were no ceremonies of a
I'l oclniiial ion ity the 1'reslilrnl.
Washington. April 11. After the-
tl'll IIIHlll COIII1CCICI1 Willi tllC C -
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e' ' 01 t'1"' ral iticat ions of the pence
treatv. Prsidciit Mi'Kinlev issued "lie
f,,n, ivin" iiroel-ini-itimi- "
1 "' l,r" '-1111.1 Hon.
Whereas, a treaty of x-ace between the
ooni ouiira .11111 iht in.ijesiy. ine uuei'tl
up'" oi .-11.1111, in in,, i::tril. ol ner au-
pust son. lon Alfonso XIII. was con
cluded and signed by their respective
plenipotentiaries at i'aris. on the pith
day of Heiemlier. 1 the original of
which is in the Spanish language, is word
for word as follows: (Here full text of
treaty is included).
And. whereas, the said convention has
been duly ratified on both parts, and the
ratifications of the two governments were
exchanged in the city of Washington on
the eleventh day of April, one thousand
eight hundred an ninety-nine.
Now. therefie. be it known, that I
Willlamn MeKinley,. president of the
t'nited States of America, have caused
the said convention to ne made public, to
the end that the same and every article
and clause thereof, may be observed and
fulfilled, with good faith bv the United
States and the citizens thereof.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto set
my hand and caused the seal of the Unit
ed States to be affixed.
Hone at the city of Washington, this
elventh day of April, in the year of our
Lord one thousand, eight hundred at
nine-nine, and of the tii.Teiiendcnce of the
United States the one hundred and twenty-third.
t, .v n .. WLLIAM MeK IN L.ET.
By the Prsident:
John Hay, Secretary of State.
Just as music has different effects on
different natures, so it acts differently
upon animals of varying species. Weird
music is more successful in attracting
the attention of animals than that of
the louder and harsher instruments.
The blare of a trumpet only infuriates
them, while of the cornet and flageolet
they take not the least notice. Bag
pipes and the violin are afforded atten
tion and interest.
Your reputation is above reproach
If those who see you on the streets after
midnight wonder what sick man you.
bare been sitting up with.
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