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TUESDAY ETENIXO, JANUA
liY 1S94. 4 ate joi: N A i -t tr ir ssc'-c ' iU J- ! -A - V tjr n li -i j tal f i; it ia f leatant 3 r- .'r -I ; - t t!3 t: -t? , ctd acta f lj j-' t j- -s-1-7 ci Kidneys, Lirir -r I j '. , -.! , c"iaas3 the js t ' . :. a :r. tLi-v-'s xl, hoad 6 I : I f t-i ? ci d ci r ; L ititusl c . Llj"t!.-u. !-'vi t p cf i i ' i i.3 the rc 'y i - - ly ci i: I 'n 1 -;vtr pro duced, f Seas. eg to tits tast-3 and ac cept a Uo to the soijeli, rronipt in its action sr. 1 truly beneficial in its ed'Ct?, r.re-p:..re-l erdjr from the most teiiitby and sgreeaUa substances, its 13 any excellent qv'alh-ea commend it to .11 a -ad hare raacl-3 it the most popular jxiTifdy kiows. ynip cf Fi-r ia fur sale la 50r End SI' ljtt!23 by all leading Irug gists. Any relu.Ke drug-gist who in ay not have it on band will pro cure it prcrspily fc. r any one who lilies to f ry it. lJu not accept any eal.nitutf. CAUFCtlXlA FiV SYPiUP CO. S4r; FfiANCIS 'lO C.4. 10V13VULE. tr. .Vt V.cr, W.K. HE FAT) THAT DEBT. And Won a Nice I.i t ! 13 et For -a Friend of HI . . A good Ftory i tolc cf the forsretful ues of a cerU in Rit hi.nl Scot:. He met a wealthy friend of lii at tins Saturn club tii"'? day .iml said "Oh, Cons fiitl Just the rati a I want ed to : Lead me '., will you? I left my wallet" home." Mr. BrciiHone "rave him the money, anJ'witJ'i an an.usi-d expression on his face fold Mr. "Sci.tt h M remind him of the loan i:i cae it slipped his memory. Two wtt'ks we tit bj , and oi.e day Mr. BroHotte 4-f.-1.tly r- f e .t.j-1 to the loan, which wa piomptly ia.l by Mr. Scott. A fiw s.iliiri later he ag-ain -vveut up to good rdr. A.-i.iit sad hejsn: "Of courst, you knew, S'ott, it's a thiiijf I l:are to f peak of, hist yo-.t er borrjw.-l $ii of mo a little over two weeks a.ro, ar J in yon . i i" "My d-r sir," ret cruel 21r. Scott, "yon reidiy ti ttt phroon me. iiy ioor memory l:tyt m ft 1 too often.'' And he tooSi iiu fr m his pjckfi aud Lauded it to Mr. 3roi ( .!ie. Oiie jji-ht at th clrb, a v.-eek latT, Mr. Sc( t t was sitting over 111 u bow win dow t-fiidi;...', wUfK itir. iironone ap-pro.'t.-tv.l ai'd ufi c-r t few jjcceral re nuirks s.iid: 'So.Kt. my dear f-llov, I. know you vcuh. a to Tt e ht i-vt, bu: really you oajjrht to bo ji.or- careful of yocr littl debtd. Now, there & f l) j'ou L-jrruweil of me a UiOlitil MlfO. "Ilveut 1 paid y u that?" queried Mr, Stott, rather puzzled. "Woild 1 b- .:ea -cinjj of it now if you had:" rctu i. Mr. bicnsone. 'Well," re; He 1 Settt. "I Bupposi it's that wreti L-ti i.::eir. r - nf mine." And Le pf.il b';Ei t.ie thirl 51). About a w -ek a fttr ward tt mutual frieijd of Wtl: c t p to Mr. Scott in Ihe ditiin; room of ti club and taid coii'i-unti.ti ' y : "fie ally, yo"i know, Soot t, you ought to pay Liroiiu ic thsit you owe him. Pardon ra-j ftii fj-Hssiing ot in, but yon know we were talkm vi' y.ju thLs after tioon, yoa onr pwr memory, and i:roria.ne t-.IJ m- of jour forstf alnega in tuirt li':t.e jiattr ui au example. Ifow" "But, coufctm I i" !'' answered Scott, "I am ulmo.-t sure I wii him. Here, I'll ro over aid ldta." With that i,e hii!tetit-d orer to th j ;roup in which Wki-t BroT:s.vne. "Didn't 1 pt.y you ti $"0''" Scot: bs g 0 u. 1 1 ' - Iflliiiiat-' 1( th- - v i. Ai-"ii. tor B . 1 t : i 1m flo jaid two ; ts ,s to i -rt tu.or.e. hi i..i.tie'r i.vi.. : jr. ;.i i fo.iid, find arawu-ar out t w poctet $.0 more lie J-uufd t....eui ip at:u jravely 1. armed - . 1 . r '11 -.;! 1 , J ' 1 lii. . 'hi I 1 our 1 vitt 1 r 1 j t t : ri - ue t 3 " 1 i ire ti it M" four it 1 e t 1 ' it 11 'hi - ri ftv.ii r ii.o order, I l.u:r k vou hid hotter a L ; i t.r. I - i . 1 i Si (re l ruU tt 1 k t 1 ! I 1 I i t I Z , ttt S r - t! ' C .16 II 1 Mr ) 1 i 11 V- 1 ? . 1 l 1 llo vo - i.filtv t-"1 r d i t 1 u- 1 j; ' ' I) 1 ! - !. o 1 t S i t ft 1 of t I t "i ' u, 11 (J -C tsC- ( e 1 lu -1 ( J 1 r t I 1 l itriilri ' j 1 r e w i -1 t strr-- en U.e '- art-.i roacGn. 'J: vi!Ui lit t ao V'jii a ay good if we 1 I t j r 7. i Mr v ai r . . 1 wk-t r x ' It.i V i.l trie Jo;t.HAi. priata all A f 1 tr.'ji,, ,u C 1 - i Stoe, Shel- D FOIJi.O Cbill, Entire Fiimily at I-iJenei done.) Destroyed. Decomposition Set In I'ei'cic T.hev Were Founc. . WAS IT FOUL PLAY? Poisoning tha Only llea?c liable Explanati m. Inbkpes-tjevo-f, Kan., Jaau 2. o'clock yeaterdav tnornin th of Georfre V. head, ui-iiing-er Lonsr-Bell Luaiber company broken into by l Brown, Mr. son-in-law, and suspicious set; under the imore-jsion that all rig-ht. The discovery m id 3 was At S h.otne f the w a s. . Read's :h bors as not bur; i t m s . r. ot hes, ve f ii .a ad Miss a. mil y, room. x were .d i t i-u 11 rs. to tlte ti, an d aa- t two toe e fact either i heorv dental ca us e. 1 later ttpf no ti and ty-six ri o ;n t, and f 0 toes dy of years d has s 1 e r t iireo cent ; v fymg-arid invoices the tery kiwwu to S mthen Bead, clad oclv ia h .s giea' eh . ICii.-.a n : : i t hot '-C 1 iy i a i sat in a chair he fore a t by natural ((as, his boij vanced stajre of deeo-npo tic It. Edith Scott, a domestic lav dead on the iioor of t ie; 1 of for Mrs. Read and her a-vea in bed. the boy in a o and the mother uncos Bead rnajr recover. .Many theories are ens cause, one being: a-p r-eia o yicg- ( 01 ;iSe;Oij s. : rent :i :y ?i ia.t i 1 ning- til other accidental poise other foul nlav-. Th tact t lu g-as stoves in the house wee b full force prnctically e.vpio I theory of asphyxiation, and tl that xi o bruis(ss were found 0:1 person r-r: j er-4 the murder almost incredible, leisveiacr aeei poisoning- as the most probable Kone of the family were see; than Saturday eveu.nz, leavi doubt whatever that Mr. Boa Miss Scott had been dead t 1:1 hours before discovered. livery in the house w is in tensely he there being: no ventilation, ttse from the badly decomposed bi Bead were stifling-. Mr. Bead ami here twelve a?o from She Lbyvi lie, Ky. , at figured conspicuously tit poiitii ing- that time. He Lis served terms as alderm :tn, and b-Jt re retired from the chairmanship , Democratic central eomimlt. Montg-omery county. An autopsy was h -1 : e n u bodies yesterday, but nothing d can he aseertained until ait ih the stomachs has been iwitpif't jf ti.e C O L ; dctid a it,; s : -S ut . t SLAUGHTER AT A DANCE. Jk t uili-J.se i-i f llfom I all of With Terrible J:te.iilt. Columbia., Texts. .B.n. i 1 counts r.-f a whotes-de kill Cedar, about e: rit miles fro . i ho ee r 1- it 1 1 ac- n ho re, 1 1. vi s. v'r.o d--ld-i' 11 is it I i I V 1 (' - i ban.;, -.hiyle. .'. i. Itd.) tti.S ,t I. ' . are just 111. h. -N. v ait x dancing- on the !i or tni aro animosity of Lemou ilayl--, -manded that . i iiam su!-re place on the tioor. Williams at tir--t rc li.-eil. b became boisterous a . e. i start from the 1. 0 1 whet his brother, London '.Javle. a Balv, beg-au tl rS ag- at .ill others. London Gaylc shot thro, window and killed a toe Elibeii .1 1 iy. when anotl Isaac Scott. lemaikfd. iT 1 the 1 a tot d (r i;o-, ' i 1 - i c n ' h-Te-vy i n; '. o , iii n hi 111 i.i- Gayle has killed By U add v,' uoon London turnel aad. "What is that to on'J" s tliroujli and thr jugh. killing stantly. Then a general fe.si.aie i from g'utts and pistols. A woi shot through the breast, and Bowed d 11 was is i a o .V dead. Bemon Oayle ,s sliot the body and will die; a gdr in ths face 1; e;. r the eye, square in t he mi Idle of the h ball glancing aa-i lod.'iu? tttx skin back of the head: one bo ia the arm and through theriti and others Lave re ;ei?ed wou nds. til fO.iJ u i. is shot til Other a i, the t - o t. ; e is s hot 1 1 iiami, atit-iiUr GREAT SHIP CANAL, One Krem Ettttbatu to NwcliMter 1 4 i.i . .. MiNCHKSThK, dan. :i. The f.;'-refct ship canal from lltnth tin to Manches ter is now an accomplished Bet null the town of Manchester, f-ittatei about forty miles front the sea L.arc, can be readied by sea from N Yorx ia about ten hours after arr.viti nt Biverpool. Ua Decern ber T a st'-atrit r conveying the directors of the canal maue the entire jonroy of tm t :iu;t , but the formal ot-iciai opening d.d uot take p'.a-?.; until yesterday. In order to re.lize ti.e full sitrnih cance of tins f act and of all that it im pdes, we have to consider the snl leu creation of a f.-ret- t port in direct com munication with all parts of th world, close to ar d pa .t 1 y with! 1 t h e confines of aa i -nmeiis ? costs m ;r ia I city and surro-n dei ;jy an ia 1 a-trit. I population of .l..'o, (.'. The work is the out -orae of a series of lontr investigations iu paidi.t neti." ary committees in the vears IsiS, and i-5. The supportf-r.s of ths t ana'., who spent i 1 .''). '.!' t 1 in btai a n r th act. were the manufacturers ;i 3-1 mer chants of Maneiieter, an 1 its pi inc pal opponents were t " e corf c rations at Liverpool. MIDWINTER FAIR. Informal Opeuiaif Kxpos it Sax Fkancis Christmas week er, which closed, fail. New Year's f tt e au I on O-icoM. O, ,'O.U. '1. f coo., clous i;. w i th a s I i ? lay o tened e; ranciseo. I r ;a 1 c t s c o Afte eatl i- a i r a 1.1 vn s pleasant in San I:' double holiday he that the Caiifovn national cxpoiit the opening was dedicatory exerci poned until the completed ard place. Thifre .t -re, owiria- to -a M.dwir.te 6n opened, pure .j in i or; ,es h.avi ng b? iiia.ii ott'.hh the : x ! -i b i t s are 10 f crm the i ci i . lite! i .."tt if i, t b p. is : s a 1 t e i e . e - 1st re rhii. a n c hi 00 eises and the ot were concerts by band a ad the ojv Drake's uiouuirtei. HV trOeciai the Midwisu eiiin-'f cd :ii it, th: " 'Fray- MRS. DOLE WRITES Th WUo rf 1'resltleiit D0I9 t but Hawaiian SItaatton. Bori.nEB, Colo., Jan. 2. Undr date of December 9 last, Mrs. Dole, wife of ti e president of Hawaii, wrote an interesting-letter to her nephew, Guy D-imett of this city, from whim the fcdlowiag- extract is taken: "The news of Cleveland's policy of restoring- the queen came upon us like a thunder-bolt. The excitement was intense lie re. The provisional g-oversirnent. rose to the emergency iu a splendid way. I admire their mag--nitieeiit courage, even while 1 tremb.e. They fortified the executive building more strongly and ave out publicly that they world resist attacks, from whatever quarter. "They are ready to sacrifice their lives in this great cause the c-ttuae of freedom and civilization in tnese is lands. It ail reminde me more than anything- of the old revolutionary time in the United States; the same .spirit and much the same cause, only more need here, it seems to me. "Is it not g-ood how ptans for restoring- the Queen on November 1-J vere frustrated? It is a tine thin:? to see, and to think of little Hawaii causiaj all this exeiteiu -nt. But there is a tremendous principle in the principle of freedom anl rirht against mcnareh icai tvrannv and wrong. It is grand to see trie soirit here But we believe now that the people have taken up the cause, we shad be all riy;ht. We are he.piug for good news from congress by next steamer." A MISER DROPS DEAD. J 1.4 Wi&s a Veteran of tSe Crimean and Civil Wars auit Wealthy. Wichita, Kan., .Ian. 2. Thomas 1'ayrte King dropped dead yesterday morning in the Rock island depot here. Apoplexy was the cause. King went through the Crimean war as a British QTiicer and was in the fatuous charge of the Bight Brigade at Bala klava. Shortly before the war he came over to America and joined the Bnion forces and served all through, the war. He has been drawing good pensions from both the American and British gov ernments, but he was never known to buy anything, so lie is supposed to have amassed considerable money. Be owns property here, Chicago, Fort Scott and Kansas City, but as no one knows where he dwelt no papers have yet been discovered. lie was the veriest miser, '.vent about in rags, with his feet swathed in cloth, and he fed from the scrap barrels of the restaurants, hence he was known here as Swili Barrel Char ley. His wealth has been estimated at from S50.O0U to S'lOO.OdO. MISSOURI POPULISTS. 1 L t'.y Will Noiuinate a Mate lieket Against t'uiion. Kansas City. Mo , Jan. 2. At a session of the Bopniist state central committee held last night, it was de cided to call a state convention of the 1'Opnllst partv of Missouri to meet in this city the last Tuesday in March, 1 " ' h to put a s tra tr ti tou t Populist Stat ticket in the lit-id. The Commi t,.,. resolved against fusion w ith either of the old purlk-s. AeehientaHy Stiiot YVhilo t'Oiiit tu.ir. Vtruvm.i 10 v. S. !) , Jan. . Another shootinjr affair last night resulted iu the death of Charles Overhulz, son of ti. B. OverhuB, the reform orator. Overhulz, with companions, was coasting' near the At Wood place, two miles north of town. A sleigh load of young people passed and ran to the bottoai of the hill, where Wal ler llijthtiittt drew a revolver and tired iu the air, but iu the direction id' the coasters. The ball struck Overhulz between the eyes and he cannot live. Hoffman is the senior editor of the Clay County Freeman. He gave himself up. New Froliibitiou Party. Pit rsttt K, Pa., Jan. A confer ence of the leaders of the. proposed new national prohibition party was heid at 3 jo i'o irth avenue yesterday. There were twelve people ptesent, about half of them being women. The meeting was merely a business onr to arrange for the dissemination of prohibition ideas throughout the co.intry. It was decided to ra i.se ss;, 000 and spend it in the interest of the new party. Organisers are to be employed and set to work at once. nittftl MUes t'ris oiifcrs. llROetvi.i n, N. Y. , Jan. :i. Forty United States prisoners were br night up from Paris, Texas, to-day in charge of United States Marsha! II. A. Dick inson aud eight deputies, and lodged in the Kings county penitentiary, which has a contract now- for taking United States prisoners. Among the number are two Indians and two ne i'l'ui's They are ail serving term for horse stealing and for felonies. athoitc Knifrlits Coiripromis-:?. Ch At'TANoi jo a, Tenm, .Ian. '4. When the case of the Catholic Knigh's of America against five local boiidsmeu was called in the United States cir eust court pleas of accord were tiled on both sides agreeing to compromise for SI a. TOU. The five Chattanc-ogans were on ex-Treasurer O'Brien's bond for 3D, 0 JO. Stiot awcl lustfully ivitletl Son h McAcrisi kk, Ind. Ter. , Jan. 2. Bast night near Krebs, J ul. Ter., Jin Piiiliips shot and instantly kiiled t.'htirles Brazier. l'hiliips claims the kilting was done in self defense. Phil lips has been arrested and taken to Fort Smith for trial. KieU Ore im.-.i y Ij'ot.iaei. Cripple .' '.: -:k. Col. , Jan. 2. Ore which -assays from SI, S00 to 53, 6( :0 was found here yesterday in the Dree Coinage mine in cress-cutting- from the bottom of a shtift 175 feet in depth. The Free Coinage is located east of the Burns, on Bull mountain. Killed by a Koiler Kxpicsioa. Chattanooga, Tenn., Jan. 2. Yes terday morning at the Cincinnati rail way shops, Charles Beekert, white, and Jesse Lang, colored, were instant ly killed by au explosion of the boilci oi an engine. OeilEQ aL I I Li A Lotlinjr; House at Ihiffalo Destroyed. Many Jump From the Windows to Death. SIX PERSONS BURNER. The .Building Was Very Old and Dry. EtTFALO, Mass., Jan. . Soon a ftel 2 o'clock this morning fire was discov ered in the rear of a cheap restaurant and lodging house, on the west side of Washington street, just north of Swan stretU Iu addition to the proprie tress, a notorious character known as "Scotch Biz," there were from twelve to eighteen lodgers. At o'clock six dead bodies had been taken out of the ruins, and it is thought that there are other bodies iu the cellar. The building was old and dry aud proved a veritaoie tiuder box. Several of the inmates jumped from the second story and received terrible injuries. (tiobe Theater, Itolon, Uarned. Boston, Jan. 2. At l:3u this morn ing fire was discovered iu the cloak room of the Globe theater in this city and iu fifteen minutes the entire building was iu flames. The first ar rival of the fire apjmratus was wholly unable to compete with the flames and a second, third, fourth and finally a general a.iarni was sent out. Even then the lighting apparatus was in sufficient and the suburban lire ap paratus was sent fiii-. The structure was entirely destroyed. Ilanion Bros. "Superba" was playing- at the house and their property was saved with great ditiieulty. STEVENS BANQUETED. The .s x - Hawaiian "Minister Talks to ltliode Island Kepublicans. Pav ti ckKT, B. 1. , Jan. '1. -The Bar field Republican club held a brilliant banquet last evening-, a fitting close to the day's inauguration ceremonies. Covers were laid at the Alcazar for ,oo. Mayor Tiepke presided, and be sides the special guest of the evening ex-M mister Stevens and ex-Congressman Horr were present. It was 9 o'clock when Mayor Tiepke introduced John B. Stevens. Mr. Stevens was received with pro longed applause. His preface was an exhaustive review of the resources and population of the Hawaiian islands and their commercial impor tance to the United States. Treating of the present aspect of Ilawa.iau affairs, he declared that the return of ljueen Uil i uoka i a n i to the throne by any outside force or iiititoi datioi. by any dipiomati-j pressure or chicanery will be a pu bl ie crime Lv w hosoever done. It would make of Hawad a second Singapore or Hong Kong. it might be ail very well for a British colony, but not au .t -d to American institutions nor intended for an American form of government. Ex-Congressman Boss well i. Horr, of Michigan was next introduced, his address beinj? purely political and a vehement denunciation of the Wilson tariif bid. CABINET CHANGES. Hornbiower to B Made Attorney Geu erai and Oluey Associate Justice. Sr. Lot' id, Mo., Jan. . A Republic special says: It is stated in ad ministration circles that the preside nt will withdraw the nomination of Mr. Horn Mower of New York for an asso ciate justice of the supreme court. There are several versions of the story, all insisting that they are ac curate. The one toid by a man high iti the councils of the Democratic party and very close to the president, is to this effect: "The president has concluded that Ilorublower cannot lie confirmed. In eonse pteuce he has de cided to withdraw his nomination and substitute Oiney, the present attorney general, for the vacant judgship, put Bisseli. the present postmaster gen eral in Olney's place and put Josiah Quiney, late assistant secretary of state, in Bisseli's place as postmaster genert 1." Nebraska l-armt-r' Alliance. Hasiings, Neb., Jan. C Alliance hosts are gathered for the annua! 111ect.il g of the state Farmers' Alli ance, which will convene to-dav. There promises to be mtit-li of inter est in the discussion. The great ef fort will be made to secure harmony in the Alliance by turning down some of the present leaders and, thus end ing some of the factional tights they re preseu U Xew l'ork f.eff illative Caucuses. Attusv, N. Y. . Jan. 2. The Repub licans and Democrats at their legisla tive caucuses last night nominated candidates for legislative offices. The Democrats nominated William Snh.er for speaker of the assembly and Jacob A. Car. tor for president pro tern, of the senate. The Republicans nominated George R. Malt by for speaker and" Senator Sexton for president pro tern. "Escaped the F'en. Jefieksox City. Mo, Jan. 2. Joseph Bice a convict sent up from St. Loiis for four years yesterday scaled the great penitentiary w a i i s some time between 4 and 0 o'clock and forsook his old associates without a pang of regret. The authorities are sen.rching for him but with little prospect of success. Kevenue of Ku4ia. Sr. Petebsburo. Jan. 2. The reve nue, from January to October of the past year, is estimated at 773,015,000 roubles, against 704, 8r.fi, 000 roubles for the- same period of the preceding year. The expenditure was 703,9s7, uuo roubles. r A STRANGE STORY. Traaanrer Klocfeson was Sandbagged and l'lared la a Iloi Car. Foet Scott, Kan., Jan. S. Since George Klockson, the grand treasurer of the Knights of Honor, who disap peared from home several months ago, was found ia a hospital at Fresno, Cah, with his head and hands severely injured, no attempt has been made to explain the reason for his sudden de parture or how he found his way into that western country. Yesterday his damrht-.rs received a letter from Mrs. Klockson, who is at lend in ? him at tho hospital, giving his statement as follows: "After arriving at Kansas City I walked around the depbt and was ap proached by two strangers, one of whom struck me on the head with some heavy instrument, after which I was unconscious and knew no more until 1 revived near a town which I found was Colorado Springs. I was in a box car with the same two men I had met in Kansas City. "They took all my money, watch and part of my clothing and then ejected me from the car. I walked to Colorado Spring's and then worked my way west." Mrs. Klocltf.ou says he lias a big wound on the back of his head and that he was so ragged that she did not know him. At the time of his arrival at the hos pital Ids speech was very incoherent and his mental faculties were only restored bv a lonsr conversation. vilh .Mrs. Klockson. She says that it was while beating his way into Fresno that he fell from the tram and so in jured his hand that it became nec essary to amputate two of his lingers. The doctors say it will be a month before he will be well enough to leave the hospital. CON F ESS E D MURDER. A Mysterious Iinappearanee in Kungeil County, Kansas, Cleareii Bucas, Kan., Jan. 2. Green Burton and Mrs. Gay and her son who are in jail at Russell on suspicion of murder ing Fred Dininny confessed last night to having poisoned him while at diu ner. The people hereabouts are ex cited over the eonfessious and great crowds are hunting for the body of the murdered man. Bast July Fred Dininny, who was employed as a farm hand by Green Burton, suddeuly disa pnea red. Short ly after his watch and saddle were found iu the possession of liurton. Then Burton passed a check for S.j0 by forging the signature. Two weeks ago he was arrested for forgery and lodged in tld Russell ja il. Suspicion pointed to him and others as the murderers of of Dininnv. Mrs. '.lay and her son and S. D. Mitchell of Lucas, were ar rested on suspicion. Burton is a hunchback and a crip ple and walk with crutches, a typi cal murderer. Gay is a half-witted man of about :;5. Mitchell, still de nies knowledge of the crime. AMATEURS WITH A REVOLVER. One ouic; Girl Accidentally Kills An otli er. Ci a kk s v I i.i.k, Tenn., Jan. 2. At 11 a-.lelsviile, Ky. , fifteen milea from tlarksvilte, on the Louisville aud Nashville road, one girl became tho slayer of another girl friend. Three young ladies were examining Christmas presents at the residence of J. F. Sbeiton, when Miss Uhelton picked up a revolver and aiming it at Miss Allen, one of her guets, said: "Watch out, i will shoot." Instantly a louti report rang out and Miss Sh el ton beheid her companion fall dead at her feet, with a bullet iu her tetii pie 'I here are several reports as to the ca use of tne trageay. Reliable parties state that the two girls were rivals in love and that Miss Shelton committed the murder. Others, equally reliable, .ire of the oniuiou that the shooting was accidental. Miss Shelton not knowing the weapon was loaded. shot and Then Kobbed. U4UA, Mo., Jan. 2. W ard Wiek liue, a young farmer, had a bloody encounter with two desperate high waymen three miles west of the city hist n.gbt. Wickline was walking from Sedalia home when two men sprang in front of him and, covering him with revolvers, commanded him to throw up his hands. He did so, but one contained a gun, and he com menced shooting. The highwaymen returned the tire. Wickline received a ball through the left arm, but kept ori shooting until a ball through his thigh knocked him down. The rob bers then went through his pockets and secured a considerable sum of m on e v. internal Kevenue Ker-citH in lianaas. I.K avkn worth, Kan., Jan. 2. The receipts of the internal revenue for the district of Kansas for the year end.iti" December :il. is;t:f, show a de cided increase over tne preceding year, and the only district, so far as re port ed to lite treasury department that shows- an increase of business. The receipts for Is,'.)'.; were SHG,571. Oy, while for the year 1S52 they were only SJ3;i,0o:-(. PA !S t. ,Iaeili Packing: Company Sold. Sr. JosKi'fi, Mo., Jan. 2. The pork packing house at the St. Joseph stock yards, formerly operated by the Allcrton Packing company, together with ten acres of ground and all the auxiliarv buildings, machinerv and improvements, has been purchased by Anderson Fowler, P, B. Underwood and James Viles, jr., of Chicago. Keception by Governor Stone. Jfffkkson- CTtv. Mo., Jan. 2. An elegant reception was given at the executive mansion last evening by Governor and Mrs. Stone, coin pl ijnent tn-y to the Imperial and Pieran chits, both of which organizations lurai'd out in full force. There were besides many visitors in the city to at tend the aifair. Devoured by m Mad Hog. HtsN-TsviLi.E, Ala., Jan. 2. James Darwin, aged 12 years, teasing a big hog yesterday morning made him angry. He jumped on the boy, knocked him down and literally ate his arm off. besides tearing huge slices of llesh from his legs and breast. Darwin died in a few miuute. Me. f i 7. e-t bi Ar ' i fc i Su. & - "A. few year stp-o tr-v l'.rc. . i .. consulted several j hvnt:;a.-i'. . - ; '. j.r'y i 1 '-t ' t i l.. 1 to ' r '. I r -I r i s - - , t i t i cetiattioa 1 have bt-ctl r--.-.i jieJ. X j IE ? I- ormc-r! v 1 w-!"ied j,;5 r,r,! t s . . I 1 , . I I Coloiita, V. .i..-:.... v (. Wti Mood's P 'it actte. .lauti'iiee, liiu;..-' - 1 i l V ..i .. v- . SURGEONS. K. SltKI.H'iX. M.l,, si no Fir on i5-rt-os mice: No. 720 Kunsits An;. I li. 1 K V.NOS, VACUUM SPECIALIST. l-'eli.tis eiii.-kiy rebim e. .'(!!. . i -poultice. Chrome cis. as,--;. oi , - . Still (.til AM'..' . JVK. I A" 1 1 1 A A. 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