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JEFFERSON. CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1890.
GEO, A. McFADDEN H
IE "LEAD I LET OTHERS FOLLOW!
WE OAItRY A FtJLL LINE OF
MEN'S $3.00 SHOE
That Cannot bo Stirpnsst-d in Stylo, Quality and Finish.
OUR LINE OF LADIES' "
$2 and $2.50 Shoe
Aro the best on tha market for the money. Every pair guaranteed to givo satisfaction
WE ALSO CARRY A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE
School Shoo, Tho Best and Moat Comfortablo Mado for Children.
A FULL LINE OF LATEST STYLE LOW CUTS FOR LADIES
137-214 BAST ZHZIGKEI ST.j!
GEO. A. McFADDEN.
"THE STATE REPUBLICAN:
IF you want dob Work call or write.
I? our subscribers in tho country want nny thing or nnv business
attended to we will take plcasuro In giving their orders prompt attention.
ANTON t NATSCH
Tho Very Latest
and Best Stoves
Call nr.d soo thorn.
ning Rods, Novel
(ios, Etc., nt tho
Lowest Prices nnd
WOOD, COAL, GAS, GASOLINE,
TINWARE & METAL ROQFING.
P5-ALL REPAIRING NEATLY DONE."
No. 403 "Wost Main Street. Opposite Gas Works.
HENRY J. DULLE, BERNARD DULLE, J. W. SCHULTE,
Vice-President. Secretary & Treasurer.
CAPITAL STAR AND VICTORIA ROLLER MILLS.
FLOUR MFAL AND MILL FEED
G. H. DULLE MILLING CO.
WEST MAIN STREET.
First - Glass Livenj Mijs
Double or Single, for City or Country,
or for Commercial Travelers, at the
est Rates given In Central Missouri. Horses Boarded bj
the pay, weeK 9f rnontn at Reasonable Rates.
pall or ddrt as J, T, WEtU W
Epitome of tho Week
In tho Sonato bills vera na.sed an ihn 65th
Jo establish a port ol delivery ill Peoria, till
rxtondlni for one Vcitr tlnio rir havftnnl da
land claims In cases ttl chili failures retlulrlni
the United Slates to defend homestead titles
Where tho land Is claimed to be mineral bo
cnuso of phosphato deposits and other miner
als, and for tho relief of tho Btockbrtdge trtbo
ol Indians In Wlsconsln,...In tho House It bill
was passed appropriating tl,Cm,00 for tho pur.
chaso of nickel oro or mntto for nickel steel
armor. A bill was Introduced to locate
branch mint of tho United Btntes at Chicago
icrino roinngoot gold ana silver. A rcsolu
tlort was Introduced to Investigate charges ol
extortion brought against J. I Wheat, posti
master or mejiouso,
IN thu hennto t)h tho Mth tho IIouso alien
contract labor bill was amended so as to pen
hilt the coming of all "regularly ordained and
eonstltuted ministers of religion," munlctanj
and artists. Tho conference report on the bill
to ostnbllsh tho Itock Creolt Park In tho Dlst
trlct of Ci lumbla was agreed to,,.IH tho Houso
k bill was Introduced making It Unlawful tot
any National bank 16 act as the ftr ont of an
lottery comvnny, "The ewiforerroa report ontht
iann mil was submitted. Mr. McKlnlcy Intrc-ducr-d
n joint resolution for final adjournment
on tho 30th Inst. At tho evening session lit
prlvato pension bills were passed.
In the Senatj on tha DTth tho lloUse bill tt
roi oal part of tho net of I8R) dividing tho Stale
ot Iowa into two Judicial tllsttlcts was pAssed.
Tho Itouso bill to amend "an act to prohlbll
tho Importation and migration of torcljrjT!
and aliens under contract agreement to per-
lurm iuiorin ioe unucn taios, us terruorioi
and tho District of Columbia'1 was considered.
but no action was tllltcH....In tho IIouso tho
conforvneo report on tho tariff bill was agreed
10 by a vote of IW to 81. A resolution provid
ing for final adjournment on tho roth Inst, wop
Tub Scnato discussed tho conferonco roporl
on tho tariff bill on the Wth tilt., but no action
was taken. Tho conference report on tho de
ficiency bill (ffl NW.slwj was ngrecd to, A bill
was Introduced to provide for tho payment dI
arrears of pensions on lippllCa'.lotts illed since
July I, !8H).,,.In Ihn Itouso ttt'i conferonco re
port on thcdctlcicncy hill was agreed to. Hills
ttcfo passed extending for ono year the time
tor tho payment by sottlcn on public lands In
cases of rlrcusht. and to prevent tho desecra
tion of the United States flng by tho printing
thereupon of any pnlntlng or ndverttscmont.
Tin: fourth nnnuul Corn Palace festi
val at Sioux City, la., Was opened on tho
At a school election tn lllnchamton.
N. Y., over iiOO women cast their ballots.
IlAitVAiiD and Yalo colleges havo
oponed each with a freshman class ol
40t), tho larjrost In tho history of either
Twuntv Chinese wero arrested noar
I'ort Townsend, Wash.( Whtlo attorupt
Inff to otitor tho United States In a small
AT rlillauclplila a man namod New
whllo standing by tho coflin containing
tho body of his dead wife drew a re
volver nnd shot himself dead,
Tun twentieth annual convent on ol
tho National Prison Congress convoncd
at Cincinnati on tho 25th.
Si'.natoii Edmunds has wrltton a Ut
ter to Emigration Commissioner Wobor
at Now York advising that a strict
with a'Vlow to criminal proceedings;. .
rl lit. rviuMfw rjimn.ntl nfc iTlovnlntifl
(., lias Issued a circular to tho trado re
ducing tho prlco of aluminum from
83.150 to SI por pound. Flvo years ago
tho price was SJO por pound.
At Winchciulcn, Jlnss., Edward T.
Ryan, nged 18, nnd 11. llarnard, aged 20,
wero'lnstantly killed by taking hold of
an electrlo wire.
It Is proposed to erect at Pittsburgh,
P.., a monument to Htophott O. Foster.
author of "Old Folks ut Home," and
I lire enrollment of soldiers and tholr
widows and orphans In Kansas has boon
completed as provided for by the last
Legislature, nnd shows about 100,000 I
V. It. ScnitlMiKli, who In 18S8 em- 1
hciultd noarly $200,000 in money and i
bonds from a bank at Columbus, tnd., '
was arrested nt Detroit, Mich.
At Kankakee, 111., Nelson lowered
tho world's stallion record to 2!l 1$;
nnd Faustina lowered tho 2-year-old
record to 2:2:1.
Tun Knights of I,abor and tho Pro
gressive Union of tho Pennsylvania
coke legions havo amalgamated, and
tho now socloty has a loomborshlp of
Tim business failures In tho United
Slates during tho Re von days ondod on
tho 20th nurobored 210. against 1U0 tho
preceding week and 102 tho correspond
ing wcok last year.
William Wooitu was sontencod at
Woodstock, 111., to forty years' Impris
onment for burglary and assault
Officeiis at Pittsburgh, Pa., searched
tho houso of Joseph Keener, who had
boon arrested for passing counterfeit
money, and found a woll-cqulppcdmlnt
Louis ltnowN, H years old, confessed
that ho Bot fire to a number of hams
and houses that wero burned recently
at Wapello, la. Ho gavo no reason for
A. K. Conry, Constil-Oonernl of Mex
ico at San Francisco, stated In an Inter
view that ho did -not bollovo the story
that an attempt was mado to assassin
ate President Diaz.
Tui: percentages ot the base-ball clubs
In tho Players' Leaguo for tho week
endod on tho 27th Wero: Uoston, .631;
Brooklyn, .587; Now York, .584; Chi
cago, .6117; Philadelphia, .528; Pitts,
burgh, .446; Cleveland, .414; Buffalo,
.204. Tho clubs In tho National League
stood: Brooklyn, .653; Philadelphia, .008;
Chicago, .00(1; Boston, .604; Cincinnati,
.570; Now York, .480; Cleveland, .808;
Pittsburgh. .171. '
At tho loading clearing-houses In the
Unltod States the exchanges during the
wcok endod on tho 27th aggregated
11,174,027,012, against $1,205,069,623 the
previous wcok. As compared with tho
corresponding week of 1883 tho in
creaso amounted to 15.1,
Mns. Lavinie Moi.ENnnooK brought
eult against bor husband Harry at
Wllkosbarro, Pa., for dosertion, and
when tho case was callod for trial Mrs.
Molenbrook was confronted with eight
nusoanas, sovon oi wnom sno had do
sorted. In a Qt of angor Ueorgo Ulnklo, aged
B years, of Nicholas Court-IIvuso,'
S. a, shot and Instantly killed his 5-year-old
Tub Bank ot Madison at Jaokson,
lenn., has suspended payment with Ha.
bllltloa citlmated at tmogO; tlits,
1323,1100. ' ' '
CirArlt.i'.s Shiran, of .Laoon, 111., bo
batno tnaddonod because, Ills daughter
had married against his Wlshos and shot
the young woman, killing "hor Instant
ly. Ho tbon commlttod .oijioldo, Tho
husband ot tho dead wdmaji Iccatno In
Joiirr WliliUiiil and hU. brottler, of
llrlstol, N. V., aro said ttf havo Inherit
fcd?7.0oo,009 by thMcatKJjf their un
do, Theodora Ludorlck, of Parsoe, Cal.
Tim population ot SanFrancIsco Is
nnnoUhcod to bo 31)7,01)0, an; Increase of
04,031 In ton jCarc t
k fillli destroyed Fowlerutros.' pack
tng hodso at the stock yardiln Chicago,
Causing a ldss of 8730,000; fully Insured.
I'liEKilif trains orl tho Baltlmoro &
bhio road collided near Pleasant Valley,
O., killing olght men and causing a
damage to property of 8100,000. Tho
negligence of a telegraph operator
caused tho disaster, , (
TtVo Vott.HU nifltt. Wi 11 Bmersort and
Boss VUhbaliglli We're) found Wur'ddrcd
ih it frolght Bar at Cheyenne, Wyo.
llobbor was tho motive fite crime.
"THE Visible supply of rrraln In store
in the Unltod States on the 29th ulfc.
was: Wheat, 10839,B8S bUshels Corn,
Tntt application tor the roleaso on a
Writ o! baboas corpus of Michael
Schwab, tho Chicago Anarchist ttrldef
life abntcneo III the ildlldt benltcntlaryi
Was ddnled by Judge Ureshata On thd
Tub centonntal cclobratlon of tho in
troduction of cotton-sptnnlng into this
country by Samuol Slater began at Paw
tucket, It. I., on tho 20th ult.
FirrKBtf liv.NDiir.i) barrels of whisky
were burned in tho Itlchwood distillery
in Kentucky opposite Madisorti Ind,
Tho lbss Was SldO.OdO.
Ur ttib mistake of rt lolegrapti opoN
htbr trains collided near Mauch Chunk,
Pa., and Engineer IUgolow nnd Fire
men Dunlap and Mitchell were killed.
Tun Indiana Natural Uas Company,
which had boon laying a plpe-llno from
tho Indiana gas fields to Chicago, has
abandoned tho work.
MibiiAilt, Koumn and Patrick Mullo
grew wero asphyxiated by gasos in a
5,000-gallott wlriecask at San Francisco,
DuhiNh a tjUarrbl at Chetek, Wis.)
Oustavus Larson struck his fatbor on
tho head, tho blow proving fatal almost
Somi: human ghoul robbed tho body
of Flroman Paynei kllied irt h railroad
colilsirJh noar Chattarlopga; l'ehn ) of
nbbhl 8800 which ho was known to bavd
Just before tho accident
While Morris Murphy and wlfo
wero driving across the railroad track
at Mount Washington, Md., they wore
slfliclc by ttfl oxprosa train and both
TitB Ceiisus iluroah announces tbu
population ot tho State of Montana to
bo 131,709, an increase of 92,010 in tho
past ton years.
Two cim.mtKM of Gus Hoofhcr, of
Austlnburg, Ky., died from eatlnir sar
rHjteii, and other membors. of tbo family
ATrftrnvHUWnU, llev",":- K.
Barnes, aged 82 years, and Mrs, E. T,
Drew, aged 1i yeats, Were mafricdr
Thoy bad boon lover's in youth.
TllEltohan Brothers' Boiler Manufact
uring Company of St Louis assigned
With assots estimated at Sl75,000 and
liabilities at 8120.000.
A tkculiar aliment has caused an In
voluntary fast of 183 days on the part of
Mrs. Adam Wuohter. of Whitehall, Pa.
It was said that during the timo speci
fied not a morsel ot food nor a drop of
water had passed hor Hps.
Ah a result of tho recent revival meet
ings at Cleveland, Tonn., .150 converts
havo joined the churches of tholr choice.
Tun appropriations made by tho first
session ot the Fifty-first Congress Wero
(061,311,503. The permanent annual
npproprlations for tho year 1800-1891
amount to 9101,028,45!), making tho
grand total for the Vear 462,939,956; in
crease over the Fiftieth Congress, $40,
PERSONAL AND POLITICAL
Tub llouubllcan State Committee ot
South Carolina met at Charleston and
nominated a full State ticket with A. C
Haskell for Governor. All tho nomi
nees are Democrats who oppose the
candidacy of Tillman, nominated for
Governor by Democrats and tbo Farmers'
The Prohibitionists and Farmers' Al
liance ot North Dakota met at Grand
Forks and decided to nominate a union
Tup. nominations for Congress on the
25th were as follows: Illinois, Sixteenth
district, Bev. J. W. VanclaVo (Pro.).
Kansas, Sixth district, Tully Scott
(Dom.). Mlobigan, Sixth dlstrlot,
Arthur Colo (Industrial). Ohio, Third
district, II. L. Morey (Rep.); Tenth, B.
E. Doan (Rep.); NInteentb, Edward
T. Hoyt (Dem.); Honry Rhoads (Farm
ers' Alliance). Louisiana, First dis
trict, II. C Warmoutb (Rep.). Col
orada (at large), T, J. O'Donnell (Dom.).
Washington (at large) John L. Gib
son (Rep.) renomlnatod. Massachu
setts, Fifth district Sherman Hoar
(Dom.); Eighth, Moses II. Stevens
(Dom.) New York, Thirty-fourth dis
trict Q. A. Davis (Ren.). Pennsylvania,
Thirty-eighth dlstrlot C. F. Krobbs
(Dem.). Virginia, Fourth dlstrlot, James
F. Eppes (Dem.).
At Denver the Democrats of Colorado
nominated a Statu ticket, headed by
Judge Caldwell Yeaman, ol Trinidad,
President Haiuiisox has appointed
General E. Uurd uruoD, ot new Jersey,
as Minister to Spain, ana Representa
tive E. II. Conger, of Iowa, as Minister
At Grand Forks, N, D., the iFarmors'
Alliance and Prohibitionists indorsed
sorao ot the nominees of- the Republic
ans and the Democrats ana then notn
inated Walter Mulr for Govorior. k
The nominations f or, Congrois on the
26th wero: Indiana, Ninth dlstrlot le
rov Temnleton (Dem.),-..-North Caro
lina, Third district George C. (-iourluVok
(icon.), xonnessoe, -Ninth district 'W.
P. Hoston (Rep.). West Virginia, First
district Wi 1', JluUDartt '(Hep.1. Ohio,
Twelfth dUtrlot Edward 'Y.,Dqtm
(Uem.)i Twenty-first,' Tboodopo ji Bur
ton (Rep) renominated) Maaiaohq-
Butta, Ninth dlstrlot Melyln JfT.Walkpr
Wfq.l. Now York. Twanty-oltb du
II .ni. - i u 'SUM
CoNnnr.ssiowAt. nominations mado on
tho 27th woro as follows! Now York,
Twonty-fourth district, Georgo Van
Horn (Dom.)) Twonty-olghth, Honry 0.
Noyoa (Ron.). Pennsylvania, Third
district Richard VaUX (Dom.) ronoml-
tlatedi Massachusetts. First district
John 1). Flint (Pro.). California,
Fourth district, Robert Forral (Dem.).
Kontucky, Second district W. T. Ellis
Or.Nr.iiAt, Auiiam DmiYRA died at his
homo in Now York of paralysis.
John SoWDRns died at RIcirelsvIllo.
N. J. i at tho advanced ago of 90 years.
Ho was said to havo boon tho oldest
Grand Army veteran in tbo Unltod
Colonel E. C. Houdinot, tho dlstln
gulshed Chorokoo orator and statesman,
died at Fort Smith, Ark. Ho was ono
ot tbo host-known representatives of
bis raco in tho country.
Jlrts. RUTlt Ann Hilton fcoloradl
died in Chicago on tho 27th at tho age
of 110 years.
uiNoitcsHMEN woro nominated as fol
lows on tho 20th ult: "Ohio, Fount
dlstrlot, Isaac. Freeman (Farmers' Al
liance)! Louisiana, Second district, II.
1). Coleman (Hop.); PnnnsylvanU,
Nineteenth district, D. IC. Trlmmo'f
Mils, t .AiiV Haw, ono of tho oldost
artd best-known tilotleer women of
Northcrii Indiana, died noar Rochester,
Ind., aged 01 years.
President Haiiiiison has appointed
John N. Irwin, of Iowa, as Oovornor ot
Arizona, and Smith A. Whitfield, of j
Ohio, as First Assistant Postmaster-
Isaac W. Hammond, Stato Historian
for Now Hampshire, died in Boston,
bgod 6d yoarB.
Ex-PiiF.sinr.NT Cei.JIan', ot tho Arffon
tlno Republic, embezzled tho cnormoUa
sura of 842,000,000 whllo In office.
Soldieiis In Goa, India, Indulged In
tho wildest execssos, shooting persons
indiscriminately, ovor SOO being killed
in two days' fighting.
In Franco tbodamago by tho floods in
tho department of Ardccho alone
ftmdUntS to 80,000,000 francs.
A nlsPATt.'K from Algiers says that a
cyclone swept over a largo portion of
Algeria, doing all immense amount of
Fifty lives havo been lost in tho
floods in thb south of Franco.
The American sdhooncf David Crock-
ott was seized at SoiirlS, Prince Ed
ward's Island, for violation of tho fish
Frank Si.avin, tho Australian,
knocked out Joe McAullffc, tho Ameri
can tighter, irt two rounds, Tho fight
Was foi1 1,000, and took placa at tho
Ormonde Club, London.
Twenty Armenians woro killed in a
fight at Igdyr and tho vlllago was re
ported In a tcrmont
Fouii hundred Russian soldiers are
said to have been drowned by the col
laso ofaj)ridgo dtlrl; J "
An attempt was mndo at Belgrade to
assassinato King Alexander of Servla
ttnd Ilia father, OX-King Milan.
The Chlneso Government proposes to
send its fleet of War vcssols, now en
tirely under command of Chlneso offi
cers, across tho Pacific on a visit to the
United States ports.
At Woodstook, Ont, J. R. Blrohall
was found guilty of tho murdor of F, C.
Bonwcll on February 17 last and sen
tenced to be hanged on Novombor 11
Dispatches from Senegal say that
Chief Almadon besieged Kamakari, but
was finally repulsed by tho French, who
dispersed tho chief's army and killed
880 of his men,
LATER NEW 3.
In tho Sonato, on tho soth, the con
foronco report on tbo Tariff bill was
adopted, S3 to 27, Messrs. Plumb, Pad
dook and Pettlgrow voting In the nega
tive. Tho Sonato also passod House
bill (with verbal amondmont) to pro
mote tho administration of justico in
tho army. Tho conforonco report on
tbo Signal Servico bill was agreed to,
and IIouso bill to enable tho Postmas-tor-Gonoral
to tost tho froo dollvory
systom In small towns was passod
in tho IIouso tho sonato bin to protect
settlors on cortaln lands In Florida was
passod; also bill relinquishing cortaln
lands to tho city of San Francisco. The
bill to establish a uniform standard of
grain was taken up, but objoctlon
which threatened to block all buslnoss
developed, and it was withdrawn. A
number ot bills wero taiton irom mo
calendar and passod.
The Socrotary of State, on tho 30th,
sont to tho Sonato a statement ot tho
disbursements from tbo appropriation
for tho oxponsos of tho lato Pan-American
conference. The appropriation
was 8125,000 and tho oxponsos 8124,
078.88, tho balance, $20.12, being turned
Into tho Treasury.
The appropriations mado by tho first
session ot the Fifty-first Congress wero
$301,311,503. Tho permanent annual
appropriations for tho year 1890-01
amount to lui,ozB,soa, maxing mo
grand total for tho year $162,039,856.
Increase over tho Fiftieth Congress,
The President promised a labor com-
mlttoo that called on him, on tho SOth,
that whon Congress adjourned he would
give consideration to tho Eight-Hour
law, and would insist upon us strict en
forcement in tho Government buildings.
Persons sondlng mall matter to
olther of tho Dakotaa should bo care
ful to designate North or South Dakota.
Post-office officials find much annoy
anco from a nogleot of this precaution
by many persons.
The business portion of the town ol
Opuonta, "Tonn., tho county seat ol
Blount County, was entirely destroyed
by fire on tho SOth,
In tho Amsterdam market, on the
JOth, tho prlco of fiuo silver deollnod
from ninety to olghty-olght guilders per
ItU said that tbo Crown Prlnco of
Boumanla will shortly bo betrothod to
thn Princess Victoria ot Wales.
Tub total production of sllvea in thii
country this year will bo mj mlHlot
Tuk gold premium in Buenos Ayres
MISSOURI STATE NEWS.
The Census Offico has announced
the population of tho fourth supervis
or's district which includes nlnotoen
counties In the southwestern part of tho
Stato. All tho countlos show an In
crease, tho total bolng 366,049. In 1880
tho population was 246,553 and tho gain
is 132,087 or 49.93 per cent
A had wreck occurred tho othor ovon
lngon tho Wabash road at Forsytho,
six miles from St Louis, by n collision
between a suburban train and a train on
tho St Louis, Keokuk & Northwestern
road. Engineer Charles W, Howard, of
tho Northwostern, living nt Hannibal,
was instantly killed. Twonty-flro per
sons wero more or less Injured, and tho
ongino, baggago car and two coaches of
tho suburban train wero entirely de
molished. Two young mon, Nat Zlogor and Tom
Moran, woro squirrel-hunting tho othor
afternoon ono milo south of PaClflo and,
while both woro ohaslng a squirrel,
Zlegorg gun was -accidentally dis
charged, tho contents entering tho right
thigh of young Moran. Ho died soon
Several wooks ago Thomas Hrennon
deserted his wlfo and thrco small chil
dren at St Louis, and not long nfler tho
woman dosortod tho little onos, tlVo
boys and n girl, agod throo, flvo and
Drs. CHaMhkhi, of Lexington, Wil
liams, of Odossa, nnd llracklino, of Hlg
ginsvlllo, havo been appj ntod a board
of medical pons on oxamlncrsfor Lafay
Two young mon, agod about nlnotoon,
named Ira Fanning and Marlon Pa'go,
wore rocontly arrested nt tho homes of
tholr parents In tho ttd'gliborhoctd of
Worcester, Audrain County, charged
with highway robbery. Thoy hold up
and forcibly com polled an old man
namod Isaao James to band over a'l tho
money ho had. Thoy secured about
840. Thoy woro masked, but tho man
The Park Bank at St. Josoph was on
tcrcd by burglars tho othor night and a
holocut through tho vault largo onougTi
to admit tho bodies ot tho burglars, who
drlllod two holes Into tho safo. Thoy
thon tried to blow open tho Inner lining
o( tho safo, but It could not bo pono
trflted, and nothing of valuo was so
curod. While James R. Howell, of Monroo
County, was recently hitching a team to
d wagon his flvo-yoar-old daughtor
climbed Into tho Veil olo-nnd sat In tho
spring soat Tho horses got frightened
nnd spranj forward, throwing the child
out Ono whool of tho wagon passod
over hor neck, breaking it and causing
instant death. Sho was Mr. Howell's
A St. Joseph grocer recently pared
a corn so closo that it bled, and resulted
In b'.ood poisoning, which necessitated
the amputation ot a portion of tho foot
VSas'tAbutjnt tfu"Tjorra. nol-rrvVr. no-luit
his othor leg in an accident sovoral
Two children, nged sovonteon and
thirteen years, woro recently married
by a justico of tho poaco at Columbia,
tho parents attondlng and giving tholr
Several weoks ago Nat Sutherllno
mysteriously disappeared from his
boarding houso In Marshall, and has not
been soon nor hoard from slnco. Ho
loft In his room at tho hotol his vallso,
IN THE VINEYARD.
The Appointments Mario nt tlio Annnat
ConfornnrA of tho M. 15. Church South,
Held at Uansns City
Tho following appointments woro
mado at the Southorn Methodist jCon
foronco rocontly hold at Kansas City:
Kansas 'City District J. E. God boy.
Presiding Eldor. Kansas City, Walnut
Street J. J. Tiggort; South Side, S, J.
Brownl Kansas City, Centenary, Georgo
C Ranklnl Kansas City; Washington
Streot T. W. Watts; Kansas,' City,
Cnmpboll Street D- M. LI taker; Kan
sas City, Brooklyn Avenue, J. M, Bodne;
Knnsns City, Garland Avenue, W. P.
Barrett; Kansas City, Melrose, C. M.
Bishop; Kansas City, Warflold Chapel.
II. C. Morcdlth: TnilCpondonco Station,
C M, Hawkins; Wcstport Circuit It
Stono; Lees, Kummltt and Union, A. R.
Donaldson; llluo Springs Circuit, J. W.
Ezell; Pink Hill Circuit, L. A. Philips;
Oak Grovo Circuit, L. H. Vandlvlr;
Lono Jack Circuit L. H. Davis; Pleas
ant Hill Station, E. P. Ryland; llar
flsonvlllo and Bolton, J. C. Olvons; Po
cullar"Clreutt,"Ar C Brlggs;-Gunn City
Circuit W.' (I. Pike; W. P. Balmlne,
editor St Louis Christian Advocate.
Lexington District .latnos King,
Presiding Eldor. Lexington Station,
W. J. Carpenter, T. M. Cobb, supply;
Wolllngton Circuit, C. T. Wallace;
Odessa and Marvin Cliapol, T. M.
Horno; Montsorrat Circuit Frank
Moore; Columbus Circuit, V. M. Crut
slngor; Hlgglnsvillo Station, L. I'.
Downltjfr: Chllhowlo Circuit, C. A.
Lewis; Warronsburg Station, B. A.
Halowav; Lamonto and Dresden, P.
Phillips'; Horadon Circuit, II. L. An
derson; Swcot Springs and Illackwater,
W. T. Eastwood; El in wood and Grand
Pass, J. Y. Busby; Longnood and High
Point, W. W. .Tared; Miami and Mount
Curmcl, W. B. Cobb; Wavorly Station,
H. 0. Frazler; Dover Circuit, A. L.
Houston; Cordor Circuit, W. .1. Snow;
J. C. Shackolford, supply; W. S. Wood
Boonvlllo District -.7. M. Clark, Pro
siding Elder. Boonvlllo Station, L. 1'.
Norfieot; Pilot Grovo Circuit, .1, V.
Wood; Nelson Circuit, T. B. Harris;
Arrow Rock Circuit, .1. C. Cass; Marshall
Station, Clinton Clonny; Orcarvlllo Cir
cuit, E. Y. Genu and N. Whltmcr; Sla
ter Station, T. P. Cobb; Gilliam and
Cambridge, W. F. Wagoner: lluncolon
Circuit T. P. Hill, nnd J. S. 1). lllovars,
Bupply; Pralrlo Homo Circuit, J. T. Sul
Ions; California Circuit J. J. Hill:
Lntham Mission, suppliod by Samuel
Lapp; Russellvillo Circuit, J. I!. An
thony, JolTorson City Station, W T.
McCluro; Chamois Circuit Perry Long.
Clinton District I!. S. Hunter, Pro
Siding Elder. Clinton Station, W. II.
Winton; Mnntroso Circuit A. Auld;
Lucas Circuit, C. A. Emmons; Lowry
City Circuit, C. lirunor; Iconlum Cir
cuit II. C. Allon; Lincoln Circuit M.
Babrenburg; Drako Circuit, G. L. Tay
lor! Calhoun Circuit, R. G. Flubrior;
Windsor Station, J. McCroary; Grecn
iMlssidlf, it.'v.'j'jfl'iiVeu, outrun je.b.vi,
A. R. Travis; Sednlla Circuit, V. J.
Sovlor; Glcnstead Circuit J- W. Bond;
Vorsnlllcs Station, J. S. Russell; Gar
den City Circuit, J. H. Denny.
Nevada District M. M. Hugh, Pro
siding Eldor; Novada Station, C. H.
Brlggs and M. Durcn, supply; Mound
vllle Circuit, L. W. l'oarco: Deorflold
Circuit T. W. Alton; Ilumo Circuit.
B. V. Alton! Spraguo Circuit, J. F.
Robb; Rich Bill Station, R. II. Shaef
for: Sheldon Circuit, T. C. Puckott;
W.-illtr-r Circuit. J. W. E. Rathrock ;
n Ann nvnwnat and nlhnr nrtiolOM Of
clothing. Ono of tho boarders of tho ' Mnrttnvallo Circuit, to bo supplied by .1
houso stated that ho was with Sutbor- , ji Kennotlj I'nplnsvlllo Circuit, C. (!.
lino In his room a day or two boforo ho ; Hamilton ; Butler Station, . T. dill ;
disappeared, and saw him count out sov- I EvoroU Circuit, .1. F. Piko; El Dorado
eral hundred dollars In bills. Foul play Springs Station, J. M. Slultz ; Roscoo
is suspected. Mission, G. P. Green; Kenoma Circuit,
The othor day a workman on the olec- Uy, ,1, chilo; L amar Mission, M. M.
trie Pght plant noar Joplln, fell into tho iin...i(in,.
crook and was drowned. Neosho District T. I). Payno, Pro-
The Oovornor has pardoned Jerry B. sldlntr Eldor. Neo-ho Station, T. J.
McCarty on condition that ho loavo tho 1 jtoynolds; Scnoca Circuit, S, I'. Cayton;
Stato Immediately andnovcr voluntarily ' Southwest City, .1. M. Clayton; l'ine
roturn. McCarty was sontencod from viu0 circuit, J. G. L. Mitchell! JS'ow
Wayno County In 1879 to nlnoty-nlno tona circuit, J. J. Keller; Exotcr Cir
yoars' imprisonment for murdor in tho cl,ni a, N. Henderson, and ono to be
second degree, nnd was one of tho oldest . s..nriirij. iorc City Station, J. II.
prlsonors In point of sorvlco in tho
prison. Pardon was granted on account j
of sorloU3 sickness and insanity. The
Governor bas also pardoned Louis Red
mond (colored) on account ot slcknoss.
Rodmond was sorving two years for
The largo farm impiomont nouso oi
W. E. Bergbousir & Co., at Fulton, was
rocontly destroyed by flro, togother
with contonts. Loss, S7,uoo; insurance,
Tub burglar rocontly killed by an of
ficer nt Joplln has been idontlflod as
Van B. Embroo, who was born nnd
raised In Howard County. Ho has two
brothors, ono a grocer of Carthago and
the othor a farmer In Chorokoo County,
Kan., both ot whom aro highly respoct-
It is said that Amos Whltely, tbs
great reaper manufacturer ot Spring-
field, v., will ostaousn a Drancn reaper
and mower works In Kansas City, to em
ploy from 700 to 1,000 mon nt tho start
Tho reason for this movo Is tho lm-
menso demand for machlnos wost ot the
Mississippi and tho high freights from
AN unknown man was strucK anu
killed bv a Wabash train at Randolph
tho other night Ho was about flvo foot
olght Inches In holght wlthhoavy fiandy
mustaoho, dark hair ana odoui tnirty-
two yoars old.
James Brown and William Hymos,
tramps, tho latter said to ho a college
graduate, wore lately sont to tho penl
tontlary from Chllllcotho for flvo yoars
each for robbing anotnor tramp.
The now Odd Follows' Hall In St
Louis has a library containing 5,000 vol
umes. It Is supported by tho grand and
subordinate lodgos; the former contrib
utes 8300 annually, whllo tho subordi
nate lodges donate fifty cents for every
member Initiated. Brothors who visit
tho oltv from other jurisdictions aro al
lowed all tho privileges ot tho library
James Lawson, colored, was lately
found dead in tho road near a tlo camp
callod Padgett Hollow, in Miller Coun
ty. Thora was a gun shot wound In his
right sldo, and whon he was found ho
was lying about 800 yards from, his team
15$ w ae on. which was loaded, rvUt). tlea,
Glanvlllc; Monott nnd Sarcoxie, .1. A.
Jarcd; Red Oak Circuit, J. R. Hargl-.;
Carthago Station, .1. E. Carpontor; Webb
City Station, W. C. Bowley; Cartorville,
Station, R. F. Cnmpboll; Jasper uircnu.
J. A. Swift; Mount ornon, l. A.
Mathews; Collegiato Institute, C. U
Sprlngllold District .1. in. iiuggins.
Presiding Eldor. Springfield Station,
Paul J. 11. Scruggs; Sprlngllold, tamp-
boll Street, Wm. II. McAllister; Spring
field, Guy Streot Mission, J. M. Mcli-
ols; Sprlngflold, Dalo Street, to bo sup
pliod by M. U Jlcuure; pringnoiu
Circuit W. T. Mngulro; Marshflcld Sta
tion, I. A. Thomas; MarslillolU circuit,
W. II. Son; Hendorson circuit, j. j.
Landroth; Ozark Circuit A. J. Mooro;
Morrlsvlllo Station, W. II. Hogan; Bol
ivar Circuit, J. J. Rood; Stockton Cir
cuit T. .1. Stringfiold; Jorico Circuit J
H. Torbot; Groonflold Circuit J. T.
Hoglcr; BolB d' Arc Circuit acou nnoon;
Ash Grovo Circuit W. B. Margon; Wil
lard Circuit It J. Nelson; Morrlsvlllo
Collogo, F. B. Ellis, prcsldont; J. .
Lawrence, asslstjnt odltor St Louis
Lebanon District M. Adklnson. Pro
siding Eldor. Lebanon Circuit, W. F.
Brlggs; Richland Circuit, J. W. Porry;
Iberln Mission, to bo suppliod by J, T.
Turner; Waynosvlllo Circuit, R. J.
Hoare; Vlonna Circuit C. C. Howard;
Buffalo Circuit N. M. Dowdy; Cross
Tlmbors Circuit II. 11. Grogg; Urbana
Circuit, W, A. Whltmor; Humansvlllo
Circuit I. S. Smith; Munsflold Circuit,
W. A. Byrd; Mountain Grovo nnd Ca
bool. A. II, Apploby; Plato Circuit, J.
The Way or tile TnuisilTHMor U Hard.
H. Konglor, tho confidential clerk ol
tho city engineer of Galveston, Tex., Is
under arrest bolng a dofaulter. Ho
has boen idontlflod as tbo former em
ploye ot a St. Louis business house,
whom bo swindled and dlsappoarcd.
Komotlmo aftorwards ho was reported
doad at El Paso, Tox, Tho body ot an
unknown man was found, and some ot
Kenglor's papers woro found upon it.
So tho St Louis firm took it for .grant
ed that tholr thieving omployo was
doad, and mado no further effort to dis
cover him. He will bo punished In
Toxas, and, thon raay bo retucriort '
WUsourl, , '
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