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JEFFERSON CITY, MlSSOURI,JHURSDAY, MARCH (5, 1890.
J0HK A. LIKHARDT
and f niiGU
. . IIIIIMtlMllltlllltl-llf tlMIIIIIMIMIII
Glassvf'aroQuccnsirnic, Ten and Dinner Sols, Clinrabcr
Hits, Library Lamps, Toilet Articles, Tobacco,
' JCignrs, Wootlenwarc, lco Chests, Rcfrigerat
f org, Grass and Garden Seed, Oyr
tcrsnKish and Game, in
aau .EAST fflH STREET. 'ft
Epitome of the Week.
interesting news compilation.
Tie Most Complcto Stock in Central ailseouri of the Best and Chcnpeet
Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Cutlery, Etc. Exclusive agent for
&Tlio Celebrated Wire-Gauze Charter Oak StOYes-
r AND QUICK WEAL GASOLINE STOVE.
.Door Frames, Window Frames, Wire Screen, Weather Ships, Spring
Hinges, Uird Cages, Water Coolers, Etc., a Speeinliy. Tin Hoofing
Spouting and Jobbing of nil kinds given prompt attention.
jNo 123 IfTIGKE-a: STREET,
J. W. SCHULTK,
Secretary & Treasurer.
CAPITAL STAR AND YIGTORIA ROLLER MILLS.
TTrnNTV-tixpr;,slon ond private bills were
paied in the Senate on the S0th( and tbo Dlair
educational, bill wat further discussed. ...In
ItaoHou.o tbo urgency deficiency bill 'W3.
JjO,3I?;; Was reported. Hills Were introdocod
roTiTlng the emtio of Lieutenant General; to
itroont the tidultoralton of food and drug and
bartering of food or drugs in and between the
Stnt?A ond Territories; providing that nil tho
waters in tho United Btatea than bo used for
purposes of Irrigation.
A niUwai passed in tho Becato on tho STfth
ult. appropriating $76,003 for a monument to
'Christopher Columbus, to bo eroctcd in Wash
ingion. Tbo bill to declare nmavful trusts ant1
combinations in restraint of trado and produc
t ton was considered,.,, In tbo House tho con
tested election case of Atkinson (Uep.) versus
t'cndloton (Dora,), from West Virginia, was do
Marcdlnfavorof Atkinson. A bill was Intro-
to run end tho sftrld fair bill so as tb TP-'
quire at least two of tho board of control to bo
Senator Tnom.ls whs elected I'reilclcnt pro
tcm. of tho Senate qn the 88th ult, Vlco-Presl-tlent
Mortem being absent. The dependent
pension Mi Was discussed. Tho Houso bill for
tho appointment of delegates to tho Madrid in
tcrnattonnl Industrial conference wan passed,
Adjourned to the 3d,, ..In tho House tho dell
ctancy appropriation bill (tJI.OTO.OOO) was
pinned, ami the urmy appropriation bill (131,
Wif,iM was reported. A bill was introduced
authorizing a pontoon brltlgo across tho Missis
slppt at Diitf nport, la At tho evening session
forty-avo pension bills wcro passed.
Tun Senate w-rk not In session on the 1st....
Itl the Houac ft bill was reported providing for
the tUtimftt of lands in revcralty to tho Qua
p;w Indhans In the Indian Territory. Tho Sen
ate bill providing for an AsMstnnt Gecretaryof
Wur was passed.
A tii Li was passed in the United Statos Sen
ate on thcSd fixing tha nalurlcs of United States
district Judges at $5,010. Hills were introduced
to repeal tuo Ions and short-haul clause and
tho pooling section of the lnter-Stato commerco
act; to inquire into the advlsublllty of increas
ing tljo duty on imported hops from eight cents
to twenty cents per pound.,, .In the House
Mils wero introduced appropriating t3.",UW
for monument to the division of
regular j on the tlcttysbjirjbattlellcld; to regu
late tVe appointing of fourth-clas.i postmasters
by competitive written and personal examina
tion and giving tho Fostmnster General tho
appointing power. Mr. O'Donncll presented n
pu ltlon of the Seventh-Day Adventlsts pro
te 4ttng against tho enactment of any law la re
9 ard to Sabbath otscrvance.
FLOUR MEAL AND MILL FEED
G. H. DULLE MILLING CO.
WEST ZMZ-A-IiT STREET.
O. A. WARE'S
NEW LIVERY STABLES
' ' lakgeuantities of
I m Carriages,Surreys,Buggies,Road Carts
Wm: r0R SALE AT MANnFACTURERS' rnicES.
j Pl" '. Second-Hand Rigs Bought and Sold.
iY'if?S . -. Mules and Horses Bought and Sold,
j ' The beat and Finest Livery Rigs In the Slate.
BV EAST MAIN STREET.
m First-Cltiss Livery Bigs !
f' Double or Single, for City or Country
or for Commercial Travelers, at the
eat Rates given In Centnl Missouri. Horses Boarded b)
4 lh Day. WeeK pr Month at Reasonable Rates.
. 7 - ' Call or mm 4 T, WRdWV CO.
At Keathloy, Tonn., a cyclone on tho
BOth": wrecked Wlnslow & Hand's bank
buliajijt,', resulting In Bcrious injuries
to six persons.
An unsuccessful attompt wan mado on
'the nlj-lit of tho'J7th ult. li.v an unknown
man to assasilnato Dr. Alexander Noll
I at Columbus. O.
Anvicica of tlin 27th ult. say that an
otlicr victim of tho Hatfleld-McCoy feud
hi Kentucky Is "Undo Joo" Johnson, of
Vlkovllle, who was called to tho door of
his houso and shot dead.
Cii.uti.r.s II. (in ant, a wealthy and
eccbntric citizen of Wost Andovcr,
Mass., was found dead In his house on
Tug houso of Daniel Hebron (colored)
wad burned on tho 27th ult. at Lynch
hurp, Va and his two children, aged 18
raont'js and 6 years, perished In the
f ll,l.,t..l lullln.1 nn Oin'l-tl. tilt .
I tomiclies of tho Afro-American League ! causod
,,'c .Now ork to moot In btato convon'
tlon at Kochest'or May 25.
v attempt was made on the 27th ult
At Austin. Tex..
marked 20 docrreos belMr, zero on tho
2Sth ult., and (rrow!n?J.fen, oats, fruit
and vegotablos worewistroyed and
hundreds of flg tree w'e'wiltllled.
Tub dead bodloll( j man named
Holmes, bis wlfo and trdchtldrcn were
found on tho 2Sth olt'ftVftjw mllos west
of Shawnoo, Ind. T. ;Jorglars wore
charged with tho crlme-jtii:
Tm: total Indebtedness of Indiana was
on tho 23th ult. said to"bc"?0,013,H0.
It was reported on tho25th ult. that
Sllcott, tho defaulting Ashler of tho
Borgeant-al-Artaa of tbo flouso at Wash
ington, had been capturid at Toledo,
Wash. . - M
At (lcnc30o, Idaho, on JJho 28th ult.
the thcrmomotor reglaterl 43 degroes
below zero. Heavy dosseijif stock wcro
reported. j: . . Jl'
Tun town of Cartilage, X'tss., waa par
tially dostroyed "by ,a cyclime on tiro1
A commnation of all tho granlto con
corns In Now England was formed at
lloston on the -8Ui ult, ami It was de
cided to pay for all work by tho hour
after May 1.
A rmvATK loreo liolow VIckshurg,
Miss., broke on tho 28th ult., lnundat
lng several plantations.
Tin: statement of tho public debt Is
Rued on tho 1st showed tho total debt
to bo 31,091,713,842; cash In tho 'Proas
tiry, S.S2,758,."81; debt lcsi cash In Treas
ury, Sl,o:i4.547,S29. Decroaso during Feb
ruary, Sfl.l.VJ, 180. Decroaso slnco Juno
B0. 18S0, 542,093,091.
Tun exchanges at tho leading clearing
houses in tho Unltod States during tho
wook endol on tho 1st aggregated
81,197,59(1,004, against S9.0,."i05,lW9, tbo
provious wook. As comparod with tho
corresponding wook of 18S3 tho in
croaso amountod to 15.7.
James Douoiikiitv, aged lSyoars, and
Joseph Ituel, nged 10 years, wero
drowned on tho 2d In Spring lake, near
Grand Haven, Mich.
Tm; wholesalo boot and shoo house of
Noyes, Norman it Co., at, St. Joseph,
Mo., was burned on tbo 2d. I.OS1. S15V
JIaiiti.v O'MAi.r.EY and Vctor Falcy
lost their lives on the 1st In a burning
shanty In which they slept at Johnson
ArarT OiiOTit, omployed In a brow
cry at Stillwater, Minn., killed his wlfo
with a razor on tho 2d and then took his
own llfo. Domestic trouble caused tho
In a quarrel on the 1st at Mallie, Col.,
A. M. Wasson killed a railroad man, and
soon after a mob lynched Wasson.
A nr.izzAUD In tho Wabash (Ind.) dis
trict on tho 1st caused stock to suffer
severely and damaged tho growing
The total receipts of cotton at United
States ports for tho six months ended
February 28 wero 5,357, 225 bales, against
"The big smelting firms of tho United
States formed a trust at a mcotlng In
Chicago on tho 1st with a capital of
Fr.Asics In tho Contonary Methodist
Church at Richmond, Va., on tho 2d
a panic, and 8pveral persons
were badly Injured. Tho Are daniago
IlDnsiAN Wilton, 21 years of ago, of
JounMKY.MEN plasterers of New York
will, by agreement with their employ
ers, begin on May l to work eight hours
a day for fifty cents an hour.
Bkvun mon and u boy were suffocated
on tho 3d In a burning mlno at Wilkes-
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL
Amieiit Koi.az Oai.t.atw, son of Al
bert (lallatln, who was Socrotary of tho
Treasury under tho 1'rcsldenoy of James
Madison, died In Now York on tho 2rtth,
aged 01 years.
The Legislature of West Virginia ad
journed on tbo 20th, having remained In
Bosslon forty-four days.
M. 11, WniniiT was renominated for
Congress for the Fifteenth Pennsyl
vania district at .Susquehanna on tho
Dn. Mautin IJ. Andehon, LL. 1).,
Jor-lMrtyJlyojcaja ,pros.ldiinti of " the
University of Rochester, N. Y died on
tho 20th at Lake Helen, Fla., aged 73
The Ithodo Island Prohibitionists
mot In State convention at Provldcnco
on tho 20th and nomlnato Rev. John
Larry for (tovernor.
Pi:ok. James Dnuitv, 80 ycara of age,
and widely known throughout Central
Ohio as a weather prophet, died on tho
20th at Hprlnglleld of la grippo.
Commoiioiie Ueoimik II. Winn:, chief
of tho Rureau of Yards and Docks of
thn Navy Department, expired on tho
th ult. at Washington. !
(JovEiiN'oit Hoies and Lleutenant-Ciov-
crnor Poyncer were duly sworn Into of-'
nco at Dos Moines, la., on thn 24th ult.
Ciiaiii.es Tltt, an aged miser, died in I
Iloston nn tho 2Sth ult. of starvation.
In a onboard was found 8)0,000 In gold. !
The apportionment act, giving thn
Democrats live of the six Congressional I
districts, was approved on the 28th ult.
by the (ioveinor ol Maryland.
Kx-Conoeensman Cir.u:t,Es L. Mitch-
em., of Now llavon, Conn., died on tho '
Ia.mes K. Kxai.tsir, ex-(!overnor ol
Connecticut and ex-Congressman, died .
on the 2d In Now Haven, aged 7S years.
to wreck the limited express' on the' Vincennos. Ind., blow out his brains on
Raltlmoro & Ohio road near Indopond- tho ,ln nse'iuenco of dlsappolnt-
enco, O., threo tlos wedged Into a cattle
guard being found nnd removed a few
minutes before it arrived.
A UANn of train-robbers and considor
ablo of their plunder wero discovered'
on tho 27th ult near Sf cncervllle, O.
Thomas O'Rrien was hanged on tho
27th ult. at Lexington, Ivy., for tho mur
der of llottio Shea March 81, 1S59.
A1.1. tho through mall for San Fran
cisco on tho tnall storage car of the
west-bound fast mall train was deitroycd
by 11 10 on the 2ith ult.
A tassenoi! coach on tho Norfolk A
Western road was wrecked on tho 27th
ult at Roanoke, Va., and ten portoni
At Newaygo, Mich., a llro on tho 27th
ult destroyed David W. Squires' ham,
consuming olght horses, two cowd, hay,
A Ton.vAlm on tho 27th ult. did a great
fiinountof damage at Torrance, MUs.
It was thought on tho 27th ult that
150 lives woro lost by tho recent burst
ing of the dam In tho Ilassayampa val
ley In Arizona.
iT'was roportod on tho 2Sth ult that a
break had been discovered In tho Rocky
Mountains near Mary's Fork, and that
tho Croat Northern Intended to con
struct a lino from Anaconda, Mont, di
rect to San Francisco, Cal.
Tiieiie wero 190 business failures in
tho Unltod Statos during tho seven days
ended on tho 28tb ult, against 25:1 tho
previous Bovon days. Tho total of fail
ures In tho Unltod States January 1 to
dato Is 2,543, against 2,727 In 1SSU.
Tim United Statos steamer Ktrurla
arrived at Now York on tho 27th ult,
having on board tho rcinaliH of (ioorgo
II. Pendleton, Into Minister at Berlin.
It was stated on tho 27th ult that tho
coming season promised moro activity
in railroad extension in tho United
States than any porlod Hlnco 188T.
It was announced on tho 27th ult
that tlfteondlves woro lost in tho recent
blizzard in Southwestern Kansas, and
many persona wcrodostltuto of food and
The Inhabitants of Entorpriso and
Scufltatown, Ind., on tho 28th ult had
been drlvon to tho hills by floods, and
thousands of bushels of corn had boon
In tho corridor of tho Houso of Rep
resentatives at Washington on tho 28th
ult. ox-Congrossman Taulboo, of Ken
tucky, was rhot in tho faco and danger
ously woundod by Charles Klncalo, cor
respondent of tho Loulsvillo Times, An
old grudgo was tho cause.
IIhown Wahihnoton (colored) was
lynched on tho 28th ult at Madison,
Ua., for assaulting a little girl.
The business portion of Kensington,
III. , was nearly wiped out by firo on tbo
A S-yeaii-oi.d child stoppod oil a rail-idly-moving
train near Rlkhart, Ind.,
on tbo 28th ult, and. excepting a slight
scratch, was uninjured,
RicitAiip Hawks was banged on the
3Stn ult at Dirmingham, Ala., for tho
murder of bis wlfo and two daughters In
Deoarnb? r, Wt, ' '
ment In love.
Mils. Emma Johnson, a poor woman
with threo children, committed suicide
In Cairo, 111., on tho 1st by shootlnghnr
self with a pistol.
Hicks & UEfiiAT'a Hank at Valloy
Falls, Kan., was robbed of $3,000 by a
man named Robort Robinson on tho 1st,
who held up tho cashier. In a low
hours afterward the robbor was shot
dead whilo resisting arrest and the
At Covington, Ky., on the 1st 103 of
tho 105 saloon-keepers In tho city wero
Indicted for selling liquor on Sunday
contrary to an old statute of tho Stato.
John Ujiiscom, a man of promlnenco
In railroad and scientific circles, com
mitted sulcldo In Now York on the 1st
by inhaling gas while in bed.
tiEiiiuiE Fr.ANcis Tn.ux left Iloston
at midnight on tho 2d for a trip around
tho world, which ho expects to complcto
in sixty days.
Tub first block of tin produced from
nn American tin mlno reached Pitts
burgh, Pa., on tho "A. Tho block
weighed twenty-flvo pounds, and was
taken from a tin doposit near Hermosa,
A iiaen on tho Hill farm near Sioux
City, la., was burned on th? .'id, and
eleven valuable horses perished In tho
State Tiieasuiikh Noianh, of Mia-
souVi, was on tho fid suspended by tlov
ernor Francis, It being rumored thatNo'
land was short In his accounts.
Rei'oiit.s of tho Sd from San Carlos
wero to the effect that 'Apache Indians
woro committing numerous depredations
In that vicinity and In Mexico, and that
an Apacho war was Iraiu'lnent.
Snow to tho depth of ,from twelve to
oighteon Inches fell throughout Nw
England on tho 3d. "
Ax oil woll which would yiold 250
barrels a day was discovered on tlio 3d
at Glasgow, Ky., at a depth of 133 feot.
Foun negro children woro' burned to
doath on tho fid near UroonvJUe, Miss.,
whilo their parents wero absent
The Mississippi Supreme Court on tbo
3d affirmed tho sentonea. of tho lowor
court in tho case of Jako Kllraln, which
Is two months Imprisonment and
An unknown colorod woman and her
son wcro burned to Aoth on tho 3d in a
cabin near Iioonovillo.:Mo,
Tins Exchango HoteVat Mlddleton, N.
Y., was burned on the Sd, and Miss LUv
I'oek Was fatally Injured whilo jumping
ironi awiuaow. '
UtsApi'iiiNTMEXT In ?lovo impelled 17'
year-old Nolllo Flotchor, of Westsldo,
Ind., to commit suicide on Ihe 3d.
On tho Fort Wayno road noar Mas-
tlllon, O,, freight trains collided on tho
3d, and an engineer, llreinan and brake,
man lost tholr HvesJ'EIghtoon loaded
fielght cars wero burned.
An unknown mlsir'dled on the 3d at
Firt Scott, Kan., leaving a trunk con
tainiug $28,000. '
Oovkiinhent offloors on the Sd solssd
three large Illicit 'dUtlllerle In N,
Mm1, r..,1 " ' '
MISSOUItl STATE NEWS.
Tin: schooniT Oliver Mowat cloared !
on the 20th at Toronto, Ont, for llrigh-
ton. This was tho earliest oponing oi
navigation ever known.
Yoi'nii Aiiu.uiAM Lincoln, son ol
Robert T. Lincoln, United States Min
ister to (ireat Rrltain, who was reported
to have died at London on tho 2uth ult,
was still living on tho 27th.
The winter crops In all Southern Rus.
sia wero on tho 2Slh ult. said to have
The Northumberland (Eng.) Minors'
Association decided on tho 2'ith ult. by
a unanimous vote not to support the
movement for a reduction of the work
ing hours to eight a day.
In tho Ilrltlsh Houso of Commons on
the'SSth nlt- Mr.' Labouchore, tho radi
cal leader, was suspondod for ono week
bocauso ho doubted tho word of Lord
The Ilrltlsh steamer tjuolta, bound
from Australia for London, struck a
hlddon rock In tho Torres straits, neat
Somerset, on tho 1st and went down
with all on board, 100 persons being
It was said on -lie 1st that tho ques
tion of Independence would bo made an
Issue in Canadian politics.
Tin: Governor of Senegal notlllod tho
Fronch Government on tho 3d of a bat
tlo between tho French forces and tho
troops of the King of Dahomoy In which
100 of tho latter wero killed and
In the Ilrltlsh Houso of Commons on
tho Sd Mr. Gladstone made an eloquent
plea for Justlco to Mr. Parnell and tbq
other Irish leaders.
Ten years ago William Hartley was
sentenced to tho penitentiary from Au
drain County for fifty years for mur
der. Ho was a model prisoner, and ro
contly ho was roloasod, tho Governor
having commuted his sontenco. When
ho returned to his homo at Mexico ho
greeted his father, wlfo and brotbor
very coldly. A few days later ho made
an assault upon his father and wife, and
whon an ofllccr reached tho scene he
found tho ox-convlot choking his father
and threatening to kill him. He was
Gnonor. Dowem. residing ton miles
north nf nillltp.nttift. hail linon mlnntnrr '
corn from his granary and concluded to
set a trap for tho thief. Ho loaded a
shotgun and placed It in such a position
that whon tho door was opcnod.tbo load
would bo discharged at the intruder'
Tho other day his wlfo went to tho
granary to feed her pet pig and tho gun
was discharged, the entlro load enter
ing her breast, killing her Instantly.
Dowell had told her what he had done,
but sho had forgotten It They had
been married but two months.
W. 11. Cope's dry goods and grocery
storo In West Plains was destroyed by
tiro tho other day. Loss about S4.00U;
Tm: other morning William Rain
water and Charles Mills, two lads each
fourteen years old, got into an alterca
tion at Unlonvlllo which resulted in tho
latter being stabbed in tho wrist with a
knife. Tho blade penetrated entirely
through between tho two bones, making
a Rerious wound.
Dn. J. L. Tayi.oii, a prominent physi
cian of St. Joseph, recently begun suit
in the circuit court against a boot and
shoo Arm of that city for 810,000
damages. Ho claims that some time
ago the firm hent him a notlco printed
on a postal card that if he did not pay a 1 tjin (jpa'
iuug htnnuing account ins nanio wuum
bo given into the association of retail
merchants and blacklisted. He alleges
the postal card was addressed to him in
are of a prominent saloon, whero it lay
.veral days, and was read by over ono
Ai.iMiEH C'AimoUdH, tho eight-year-old '
son of a farmer living near Sodalia, died i
tho other day from hydrophobia con-1
traded in a pccular manner. Tho dog '
from which ho contracted tlso dlseaso
did not blto him, hut only licked his
severely chapped hands.
Geouqe Waiid, a coal miner, seven
teen years old, was Instantly killed
whilo at work In tho mines of tho Grundy
Coal Company near Trenton tbo other
afternoon. A largo mass of soapstono
on him, completely covering him.
The other day Mrs. Mary J. Miller
went to tho jewelry store of M. W.
Moody, a jowelor at Nevada, and asked
for John Gordon, a clerk. Sho was
shown where tbo young man n as, and
Thing (IriKlnallj' lint Hnrelr Shaping .
Tlipin.fWc In CnHdi to the Kntl ol ,
Intlrpenitimre The I'rojert In Its In-'
fdncj, Hut It 1. Growing with Unrall.
Montheai, Can., March 5. Evonts
aro shaping themselves gradually but
slowly for some important cbango in
Canada's status. Evor slnco the loyalty.,
address to tho Queen was passed by thr
Commons at Ottawa and tho young Lib
erals of Toronto and Montroal passed
counter resolutions In favorof Canadian
independence, arrangements have boon,
quietly proceeding in this city for thn
establishment of an organization which
will work systematically and unceas
ingly In favor of "tho emancipation ol
tho country." v
Tho project is as yot in its infancy,
but , tbo promoters, though somewhat
retleent-admlt that it will soon bo fully
launched. They, lay that the end In
view is a" patriotic ono, and that only
pacific and constitutional methods will
bo omployed. A Canadian indepen
dence league, with ramifications all
through tho land and beyond tho bor
ders, will be formed. It will havo an
organ published In tho English lan
guage which will ho eallo l "1892," tho
dato upon which It Is hoped Indepen
dence will havo been brought about
As for tho Fronch Canadians, thn
lcaguo will rely for organs on several of
tho Liberal nowspapors which have
already declared for a Canadian Repub
lic. All tho Liberal and other clubs in
the country will bo so many brancho
under tho direction of tho Supromo
Council in tills city. It Is hoped that
Independence clubs will bo formed at
tbo East In every county, If not In
eveiy town and village. Literature
favoring the cbango will bo proparod
and disseminated abundantly.. Mem
bers and candidates at every election
will bo asked to pledge themselvos to
In tho Sonato, on tho 4th, tho resolU'
Hon offered by Mr. Voorheos in regard
to tho leaso of tbo fur-seal islands in
Alaska to tho North American Com
pany, was roportcd hack adversely from
tho tlnanco committee and Indefinitely
postponed. Almost tho ontlro day was
consumed In au executive session in
quiring Into thu loakago of secrot sos-
slon proceedings In tho Houso tho
only business considered was tho Fcath-orstono-Cato
which at tho hour of adjournment was
not yot disposed of.
Mn. Thompson, chairman of tho
Firth of Forth llrldgo Company, and
Sir John Gowler, havo boon croatod
baronets, and Messrs. llakor and Arrot,
respectively engineer and contractor of
tho bridge, hao been knighted.
Tim Pittsburgh (Pa.) Tlmos, tho
youngest and most wldoly-clrculatod
nowspapor In the Smoky City, has pur
chased a lot for the orectlon of a 5500,
The works of tho Para Rubber Com
pany at South Framlngham, Mass.,
which shut down Dccoinbor 18 last,
started up in tho calondar and mixing
lopartmonts, on tho 5th, giving em
ployment to 150 operatives.
Rt. Rev. John Stanley, Roman Cath
olic liishop of North Dakota, is having
a car built In which to mako his episco
Riotino took placo at Sotubal, Portu
gal, on tho 3d. Tho military wcro
jailed out to dlsporso tho rioters and ro
itoro ordor, and lirlng Into tho crowd,
Utllod two and Injured twonty.
The Irish Land bill to bo Introduced
by tho Ilrltlsh Government, contains
clauses to assist emigration and to abpl
ish tho land courts and land commls
ilon. SesatokWm. B. Allison was, on tho
4th, ro-oloctod to tho Unltod Statos Sen
ate by tho Iowa Legislature. Each
houso voted separately, and Mr. Allison
rocolvlng a clear majority of oight
votes, tbo necessity of a second ballot
tn joint session was obvlatod.
Cincinnati will, in all probability, bo
solocted as tho noxt ptaco of meeting of
tbo National convention of Republican
Afteu almoit suporhuman offorts In
iholr behalf, tho sovon entombed miners
in tbo Stanton shaft at Wllkesbarro,
Pa., wore, on tho 4th, abandoned to
tholr fate, and tbo flooding of tho mine
Nayai Cadet Thomas L. Jenkins
lias boon dismissed from tbo Nava)
Aoadoroy t AunapolUi Md,, and frpjn
Ihe nyl wrvlco,
This will bo for this country. Out
sldo, an effort will bo sought to obtain
tho moral support of all tho independent
nations of both Americas "to remove In
1892 from frco America tho last vostlgo
of monarchical and European rule."
This particular dato Is chosen bo
causo of Us being tho four hundredth
anniversary of tho discovery o' Amer
ica by Columbus. Universities and po
litical cluln In tho United States and
Europe which favor tho extension of
democratic Ideas and triumph of demo
cratic Institutions will he Invited to as
sist tho movement and exert their moral
Influence In securing tho independence
of Canada. A largo number of promi
nent politicians, especially in tho Lib-
wapivuu , , . , . . ,., , 1.
from tho roof and fell . '". VLi
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the chief promoters authorizes tho state
ment that tho project will soon assumo
going to him sho threw a lot of cayenne ' The Scvrn Minor. Kntombnl In the (Urn,
nennor In his eves and oulcklv retreat-' " Mian ut vriikmbiirrr, i-a., Ktlll t'n-
! Cd. It was thought Gordon Would loso J '""""""I, NotwIHintmidlnic the KRbrt.
hlseye-sight Tho woman was arrested. I "0 b "" """
Gordon attributed the act to a desire for j ,.,,, Maruh 3.A
revenge becausMhe had been tho means , ft T, f Wllkesbarro, Pa.,
0 having the woman discharged from , Tho res(iul t thot ' t
his employer's family on account of her , the St.ulUm sha( C!fterd raorn.
unsavory reputation. lng after tho seven miners shut in bV
Lu.ku 11. M.NK I, of the Christian tho flro ln thu mlnos Monday, returned
Church at . Mount ernon, was recently h , on(J . j k , , mak.
found guilty of bigamy and given two , J newdlsl.overr. They advanced
years In the penitentiary. some distance beyond the point reached
Ihe National Labor Committee met , vcstcrday morning, and came to a
at Kansas City recently. A number of lnVfrom w,floll tl " could sc0 thn
speeches were made, touching on tho , h , h b, , tunnel, but could
condition of the party and the require- ed no x h u
tnonts of It uurinir tho noxt campaign. , , . ,., f..i t
. 1 U 1 fe they mauo the most careful search for
Amone thoso who addressed tho con . , - , .
" . , , . any traco of tho mls'un? men, hut with-
ventlon wero A. J. btroetor, of Illinois, ,f . ",,'
Tt ,. , t- , in x i ii 1 ,)lit avail. After tho return of th
":fjTr1!T,0;n!fpnt'1 searching party, Mine Inspector Will
1SS8; C. Cunningham, of Lit le Rock, (ams Bna"Snpc;intolldollt M'orn ol l0
Arlc, candidate for Vico-rresident on Wj ,i i ninn.w .
.. , . ... Cl . . . .. Stanton mlno ontcnid tho colliery on a
tho ticket with Streetor, and Uncle' rf iVcsligat!,i. They were" sup-
Jesso Harper, of Danville, 111., the man w wUh hun a)ld ))ad
who nominated Lincoln. A resolution commmiesion troru tho subtona-
was passed favoring the reduction of ho cUambc,3 to tUo surface fully cs-
hours of labor. Also one denouncing 4i Hal oJ
the Issuing of all Interest bearing bonds ' , , d arfi dctormlnod ,
of every character and description for , means to rescue tho men
the reason that they are an indirect , abandoned.
mortgago upon the industries of tho .,... .1.,. 1.
f 0 1 , , , . . . . Alxmt tho homes of tho imprisoned
country, tho principal and Interest of 1 .. , . ... j
..ii. . , 111 .1 1.1 1 men sympathizing noighhors gathorcd,
d'fndtTrlarcltsf , T'
griof of the stricken wlver. and children
by tho utterance of hopeful possibilities.
It was a terrible sight to view, and ono
; which moved the stoutest heart
I A niiEAK beam of a Missouri PaciHo
' freight car broko noar Oxford the other
1 day, causing fourcars to bo thrown from
I tho track just as tho train was crossing
I a trestle. A brakeman named Conlcy
' was hurled from ono of tho cars and
Nine saloon men of St. Joseph were
rocontly arrested for violating the New
borry law by permitting pool and bil
liard playing in their places. They
will mako a hard fight in tho courts.
Mr. Vest recently presentod in tho
United States Scnato a petition from
tho Farmers' Labor Union of Ilenton
County, asking for legislation to proven
option dealing In farm products.
Till: othor day Frank Daren and
George Jobes, two Chicago gamblers,
enticed Charles Hatfield, of Henderson,
Ky., into a game of poker on an Iron
Vn.,.l.ln ,Mln nnnp Tlnvln.. Tl w.. . !
"skin gamo" ami Hatfiold, who looked
like a farmer, after losing about S75,
u,nlo.l Tl.-nn n-llli an llrtl ir.lnnVIn n I
1 j vi. a Tin 11 1 i .1. yy-L
rUVUIVUl U19 I1U Ilia, DUULA I
Jlaren with tbo weapon and thon shot v"a
him in tho wrist nnd right breast In-
Alnllnn ft. ,irlw nrtfl nnsallilv farfll
wound. Thore was a wild scono on tho I
train. Women screamed and fainted
Alt Hope Aliandoiiefl.
WiLKEMiAliiiE, Pa., March 5. All
hope of saving tho entombed miners has
been abandoned and tho mlno is being
flooded. Tho damago to tho property
will bo very great The llro had ex
tended seven hundred feet from Its
point of origin at last reports.
William II. Alll.on ICe-EUcted to ll,e
Vnltetl Stites Senate.
Des Moines, la., March 5. Senator
Wm. P..' Allison was yesterday ro-olocted
to tho United States
Sonato by tho Iowa
houso voted sepa
rately. In tho Sen-
ato tho voto stood:
Wm. H. Allison, Re
publican, 28; L. Ils-
stow, Domocrat 50;
fffi28577 candidate, 2. In the
and men dodged bohlnd scats until the
shooting was over. Daren was takon to
Pnniilar llluff ln an insensible condition l.on n This invn Allison a cloar mai
and Jobes admitted that thoy were I jorlty and obviated tho necessity of a
Stnaior AUiton. Houso Allison ro-
Daren was takon to ceived 50 votes, Ilcstow, 42, and Larra-
using marked cards on Hatfield. No at
tempt was mado to arrest tho latter.
The women crusaders who raided tho
liquor joint or "club houso" near Spick
ardsvillo some tlmo ago wero recently
tried beforo a justlco of tho peace and
each lined five dollars and costs. They
gave notlco of an appeal.
Seveiiai. times recently obstructions
have been planed on tho Mexico and Jef
ferson City branch of the Chicago & Al
ton railroad noar Moxlco. Fortunately
thoy were always discovered beforo dam.
ago was dono, as no night trains are run
on tho branch.
Rev. W. h. Black, pastor of a Cum
berlsnd Presbyterian Cburob ln St,
Louis, hsi) acioeuted the presidency ol
second vote being takon in joint ses
The lileft.ed-l'eace Maker.
Wasiiinoton, March & Tho annual
meotlng of tho International Christian
Arbitration and Peace Societies was
held hero last night ln tho Churoh of
tho Covenant Justice Harlan of tha
Supromo Court prosldod, Secretary
Windora, Posttnastor-Genoral Wans,
makor, and a groat nun)bor of people
prominent ln political, public, diplo
matic and social circles, were present
Dr. Uoardnun, of Philadelphia.' pre
sident of tho Boalety, made the addroM
pf tho evening, wuloli was attentively
listened tq"ly ) mujlanoe' flat 6H
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