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RICHMOND, RAY COUNTY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1887.
DO. a & KJCE,
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JBSTRACTS OP TITLE.
I hm nil Die Abatrant llooVt tielorr
Initio lb.t-at.te ol tl'. lnt Gi'orjr N.
JflKJee, and am now irrtBml 10 turnlab
eompk-ta slMiraois ol all ln!a In Kay
"oootT. T. K. LAVMXH K.
J KD BALL, .
Attorney at Law,
Alao Proarcatlno; Attorney of Bay
woiiiily. OIHce In court kouao. Bust
neas promptly attended to.
J Yf. bUOTH KLL,
Attorney at Law,
Will attend promptly to all huilneai
entrusted to hi. cam. Olllne In building
outli of llie brinocrut lhc.
J U, HAMILTON,
; Attorney at Law,
W 111 pi auice In all thsConrts of the
toui.t) ai.u circuit. Hrwcial attention
riven u, collections. Ulllce la the court
1 AVKLOCK A LAVKLOCK,
kilomn it Lai nt Mm Mit
Will practice In all the conrta of Ray.
necial attention given to collection!.
Office unMaiif, two tloora eaatof the
E. F- R. E. ESTEB,
Attorneys at Law
and Notary Public,
WIH prae n la all I. Ihli dlitrint,
LmI bu.lt, , .IWixlt.. .o with i roDipuiM..
OIWoTcr Uav Co. ...la. b.k.
Attorneys at Law,
Will practice In all I he Court of the
State. Olllce aoutheaat corner square,
upstairs, n eat 01 u aason uouae.
II. C. GARNER,
Fhyultian and Surgeon,
Office over Kay Co. Savings Bauk
. East room a.
G, W. BUCHANAN, M. 0.,
Office over String! Dank.
Corner South and Shaw ui
Manufacturer of aus Dealer la
Pine Boots & Shoes,
We nrnks a apeeaMry Of Fadree fine aa J
Coarse nnoee and 41 1 p ra, W auk the imI
Boot or Shot for Ucatt msn, or ui tueaa
ft bo t rsnoe ol Eastern make tha will givs
BAUiaiaOllOa. W HO 11 BlOU oi
Doa to order snb on Shortest bowk not
Tbsaking the Citlsen of Ktehmead tad the
people of ty County for their patrosaa ban
Huoitt wefepeauuiiy iw,umii evr iiuoa.
MARSHAL. A SON.
11 a V County
Cijitilpiil in JS0.CC0, Sarph: f ui SI S.03
Will tr.fi.ftrt a U.iMral Bank lag Bu.Id.m,
i.ki.iu rec.-l,.a miijgi hi aauuuia. a.;
eJuuia. boufUt aiiU .urn.
M. W, OlUSl'lN, President.
T. II . WoLUkED, Vice-Frea.
W. M. Allison, CaaVler.
H. P. SETTLE. B. J. WILLIAMS,
M. W. OIUSP.N, W. M. ALLISON,
TIIOS. n. WOI.LAHU.
II. K. He; hum, John Crowley,
A. H. Finch, J. A. Kmtth,
It, W. S nuli, M. A. Wood,
K. U. WeeinB(N.Y.) i'. T. Smith,
W 8. Tl oinpsun, J. W. Sholwell,
Souiueru iiank of t'ultoo. Mo.
J S HUGHES &CO.
Fall ep Capital 100,000.
Joe. 8. Huotim, President
jAHKa IIkihkh, Vicoi'res't.
UuttNKTT Iluoiia" Cashier.
Oea A. lluuuiu), Aa't Cashier,
Jauim liughBi, Burnett llughea, U. U.
Do a general banking business.
Ilaving added the New Roller Process
we are now turuini out a quality ot
flour unaurpaaaed. Flour exchanged for
wneat. Buuaia:uoa guarauteea.
J. R. HAMACHER BRO.
(Ous Neldermeyer's old stsnd) Is the
plaoe to get an eaay shave, a good sham
poo or a neat our cu rrr una, tl
One door east of UuKbes' Bank.
W. S. EPPERSON,
COTTAGES AND SUBURBAN VILLAS
Flans fur lburc htvt fitriilalied at half nrioa.
Onioa (4 Alaiu aUtwl LttxtugUutt Ml
East si Jo of tho Square, Richmond, Uo.,
Stoves, Hardware, Tinware and Cutlery.
Slo Agent fo:
And fires fir.
GUTTERING AND ROOFING
Done in a workininlikc mtnncr.
ITnvlnr aaaoclated with mr niackamitbinx a flratlaaa Wood Workman, wears
aow prepared to do all kinds of ltepa'rlug
Will manufacture Duirfiea. Farm and Hprlna- Wairons. Plows and evcrvthlna
lertaing to the Wagon or Carriage Business. We use nono but tbe very beat ma
terial in our work.
PAINTING ol all klnda done promptly
nd be convinced of what we aav It true.
8UOP BOUTU OF
America Leads tho World.
THIS TIME ESPECIALLY IN A
That will without doubt revolutionize tho tnako and uss of
wacons. Its fiae t rninj; qualities, draft-evuilizino' perfect
adjustmont and simplicity must place it in the lead. We
are now making them, together with cir uiu vl line ol
Wagons, Uuggies and bpring Wagons. Wo invito aa in
spection of goods and prices.
n all its branches promptly and carefully dono by conipe
tctitnd skilled workmen.
3LPcxvroll c3 Sons.
RICE & SON,
Groceries and Hardware
Keep constantly on hand a large and well-selected stock
!f than ennds una thnv pan nfTnr hurirnina in lint linu fliai
cannot be obtained anywhere
rrui convince you oy giving
Furniture, Stoves and Tinware.
Wo also carry a full
Both for heating and cooking.
Come and s"e our goods, got our prices and cecure bargains
ihj Gi bralcd
iJicd to oid:r.
Is thi Wood-Work line.
and In rood atyle at tbe Lowest Frio
X2. 33. jSB-CTB-T
in Kay county Call aDd thej
We have opened
out, in tho room 1
ono door west of
the Hughes Lank,
a most completo &
and well selected
stock of the celebrated
MERRELL'S FEMALE TONIC
II al tonoatnsi ttrrniih tt ill tilftrltia orsraias,
ratsrrrrts mik jftMrsia iiaati4kMatia
tl ! of a-rffsiS a1a la fhiift arilfo.
lsiMsw.ui-lMti jjifguaari will trrlry r?llT?
ltsiani lu tttm Immf ansa mm UhtK ml li
tliaira wltt. tmtrty.
full tmi iirtiuH srlran la Ifrrl1a lanliNrr
Adlar akivat will ba kfRl trmm any aildirat
Mstriu i t-emats Ionic is Recommandcd by Declare
I raa sst tor your Wmml Ton It. tliai 1 havf ttrtn nlng It in mf
rrartlrc fur wr 11 ltia. Asa Itt-f lu- l(. filial. .r It lut mi e.,uj,
rcalrl a cut of lt-rln lltaturrliasia ot 1ft ) ran' atanilin, an &
m aatitflfd mr pailrni lairniiauruil t itrr.l. Too mui h ciuuui bt
ai l lulUtiralar. i oura, PH. A . U- M A IT! I K Wa(OwaliUi, Alii.
ttvU byVrussUlaaml Dualct, I'rlcf , tl.
Livery & Feed
Are propated at any and all times
to accomodate the publlo with
Will convey passengers to any point
desired at a momenta notice. Horstr
boarded by day, week or month, cn
Cuatomers may rely on .romptneas,
good turnouts, safe horses and mod or.
nicu.no irn, juo.
New Buggies and
0al GroCo Sbocl Pafm,
JOHN A. HAYNES, Proprielor.
Dreetler of Pur Ilrad and lllgh Ulada
Imported ant) honss-brnl
COTh AV O LI) H1IIE1
Rooorded Pol ind-C hint Swln. - -
Csoort Inrtlvlflnnls, Rond rolnrn and Hood prdl
s;rrs. I'lrst I'rmnUiin herd of Culllu at Kldi
inoiMi. mu nppi. zn. iruw, ncnuru ny mi imuii
lircil prlf-wlnultiK Viiitig Mary iluM !! Iitk
al H tMMlland 600fat. Alsu Itreeder ol
Nttvk for sale at hII times at rronab1e prlooi
Visitors always welcome, fall on or addreas
52 JOHN A, HAYNES. Richmond, Mo.
LOCUST WlWl Ml
t5ja.v Ki&x' -MkTUt
Thoroughbred and Grade
I bave two throujrhbred bulls for sale,
Block on band lor tale at all time
Call at farm, S oillta northwest of Ur
ton. Kar county. Mo., and hibpoct stock
ftjr PoatotHue. Morton. Mo. 50-
GEO. W. FALK,
Jtraedarao4ilhlpiror Van Un-tf
X hart used on.rtQa ooist anlmsls of th
most sppmvsMi nctlures? a du nrwn knjr , noonti
quently my bunl is Drctl lo a very hib sta'c ol
psTltHtlon. 8 lock ol all ace mul wwa brvl
lor aale al all avaaooaol the v car Prices rta
souail antl uua.ity ol slock second to Done1.
Htnok rtMJOi i d In A.P -V- H Wrll lo mt
lor prices or noons and ret) my berU. Addroas
aa auova. m
FAIRVIEW STOCK FARM
ISA AO H- ZIMMERMAN
t KKfUKU or
Young Bulls fur sale at rMumiaiiln prtmi.
P;inn "ii wiles uortliwost of Knoaville, Ray
uu aiu, a-oiu
Health is Wealth.
Dr. J. C. Wesi'i Nsm aafl Bra:i Treameiit,
A fftiaraiitefd smcID tor liyMt?rla, dizhifts.
rtHHulftlDus, DIN. nervous im uracil., lifinl.u-h.
lifrvoua iiDstrillun funn-it liv thi- nti of mL-mIhi
or ttiUnttti, wakfluliieas. Kolft-iiliiic u( tin hrain
rulinm lu luiutiilty and It-atliitic todctilli. pm
malum old ant. l:irr-iiieiui, Ichh uf power tq
riiut r r, iiMtnuitiary tosses ami niKTtnaitn
rlitMta cauvd ly ovt-r-exertion ol tlie tiraiu, at-lf-
bbiisf or uvi'r liithilufiicu. Khi'Ii box uunla
one n uu Ill's trttalnifiit. tl a bo, im sli huxrt
lor -, t nl by m ill pif oittd on rocoipi of price
WI UUAHAKTCK ttt HOIKS
l o mint any caio. Witn ea"h onler r(Vlved f" 9
is uoitii, tu'iMiiioanitfU by a.., wu will win) U.u
irrb:i'-r our wrH!.u iranlt-o to rwluml th
utui.rj mo intaiiufui uues uoi enuct acur
UUstreitiUws. Uauud only by
JOHN '. MINT CO,
fell H Madlaoa hi., I llU auu. Illtw
V--?; w-.T"it':'V 1.f"
MANY PCS) B ONI
Pain 4m thm
l.iuxm, ttmtk anal
614, Iff sttftKHf,
-s VOtIHA COfiOIAL CURES RHEUMATISM,
Barl Alwl M Klrln- Trtyoblr bv rlwanolnff th
blrxHi of nil iu liapurlUaa, auraftbraliif ail patkl
at lbs body.
--yOLIHA COSDIU CURES SICK HFADACHt,
JftiralMa, Patna In tha I.tmrM, Hark and mA, by
tseiait lb nsuvaa and anangihanmj tba snuaclra,
YOLIKA CORDIAL CURCS OYSPEPSIA.
IMIffratlftn ana rrmMlrwalfrw, bf HItt K aaalm.
Ilalllta-Of lh Foort Ihroiisjh thapror' aclisja ot UN
UMuacb ; II crram a aetUitiy biui.
w-VOUNA CORDIAL CURES HtRVOTJSNESS.
pTrrlon of spMta and Wsafcssss, by sslifsa
laf and toulnf lh pjkUbs.
VOUttA CORDIAL vJURIS flvrm'.TlRKEa..
M aVllMtst Wonifn, Pimr and ftlrkly Chi Mr.
It Utlflieltlful Si"! nutrmoui a S ftrral Tenia
Tolirt Almnnae and Tflney,
rnr IK 7. A lisn.iloni fotnt'
ID't 1)riil Btkik. IrHluf how Inl l'
iHHKAnl'H ni l(,M K III it rUastnt. natural i
aUiUlrd on receipt of a fc. oalaaiajuB. Address
VOLIUA DffUC A CHEMICAL CO
- BALTIMORQ MD.,U.t.A.
B. & K. C. TIME CARD.
ARtUVB AT CAKROLLTOX.
Vo. I. pMTftrrrf 4:2 p nv
So. T. Acooiui nodal Ion 10.14 a, iu
Mo. t, r-iMfniTpr ....lo ts a. m.
No. H, AnfmmnUtloii, U p. m.
No. 10. HttN'K Knrv. SJO p. in
No. lAlrnvw rarrolltnn RuturdaTii i'ft Tiww-
Jjivs snfl arrives at lliirUnuiin Hiinli)-i arifl
Wrriiii-8aiuya AU other tralus dutljr eircit
'GULF R3JTE" TIMECARD.
(UNION DEPOT, KANSAS CITY).
Hnniannvllle ft 0rHtla acrnm, dally f :1R pit
HLrlf)L'n'lil A Jnplln innll.ilailv.. Ififlna tl
Haiupbls it Ntw Orleans eip. dally pm
IlnniftonTlIIa 4b nefoln artvim, dalljr,. ..1ftnn im
Sprinulfld Jnplin mall, dally B:J0 pin
New Orleans 4k Memphis exp, dally. ... fcia
J. O. LOOK WOOD, Ut-n Pats. Aatnt.
-U HausasULy. Ho.
11 . J
DR. O. G. W. ADAMS,
Vltapathlc Sjstcm or Llfo
1 ft trraordlnarr rnrss which this artem baS
ffft'rli-il have iiltrniMed public atii'iitlnn.
Itr. A tin nm Mill ill.iL'iiow vourdlseaan wittirrrt
cliarRu or wltliout scchis you. Hond look ol 1 a:r
and three 3-vht slaoipi, tallii)f aire and act.
All his in Mi el ties arc ptrcii In liarrntce form,
ud tln-y ciiiUrnoo ail Uii4 Is food a all iwla'f
aynlcms of practice.
T.3 QlHssl Jewelry fes is
Kansas citt, ato.
M B. VRIGIIT,.
Qe3t in thcWorTrJ.
Bclaticm, 1 Bcratcbev Contracted
Lumbago, 1 Sprains, Muscles,
Bhsumalum, 6iraiits, Ernptiona,
Barns, Stitches, Hoof AU,
Scalds, Stilt Joints, Bcrtv
Eungs. fi&ckacbo, Worms,
Bites. flalli. Swinney.
B mines. Sores, Saddle Qalls,
Bunions, I Bpavin I files.
THIS GOOD OLD STAND-BY
aoeompllsbts for every bod uactly what la claimed
for it One of tbe reaaoosfor the Rreat popularity ol
Uia MusUna Ltuliiieni Is found la It a ut versa
aapHcnblllty. Eerybodr naeda such a ntedlclns.
Ida Lanberaian nsvtlalt In esse or accuioui.
Th llouaewtlensediltfor (nuaralfanilly uasv
The ( aualer nasds It for bis laamsand bU mem.
Tbe 91 uc ba Die needs U always oa sis work
The MSBiarnweilalt--eantRtalongwltboat It.
Tbe Kunncr noeus It la taU bouse, bis stabts.
and bis stock yard.
Tbe Hieasnboal aann er tbe Baaisaaa aeads
It In UlitraiuuiilyaaiataUidauora
The Ilaraw'tuncler aimls ttll Is bts beet
ffieud and sHaleat reliance.
Tbe 8tack(frower needs tt 1 will save blm
tbouaaiida of dollars aud a workl ot irouoia.
Tbe Itallroadman m-edalt aod williieed It so
loni as bis life Is a round of aci-aJenuand Uaugers.
Tbe 11a rkw so damn a noeds It. There ts note
lug tike It as a sutltlole for tbe dangers to life.
limb and comfort wtilcli aurrouita m ionaer.
The Alcrcbant needs It about his store among
bis eiiiblureea. AoeldcuU 1l hapten, and wua
ilineouiue the Muatuni- Llnlmeut Uwauunl alonoa,
ksfss Uolllolatbe lleuae. TUUtebestuf.
Keep a Delilela ibePaclary. Itslnawdlalt
IM iu ease of aoc-ldem aaves paia aim loaa oi waaa,
Keep a Heitle Always la Ike Kiable far
Bee wbea wanted.
USED BY T!ic BEST FcriMEM
t ui. .riMlcs, a.rf i,arahllllT.
jo Samples for W. poot-psii, u teat
pjrlm,k-i"tiJsi n FT
ViaOH. BLAKBtVIAM, TAYLOPr. A CO.,
Jo S aud 1U6 U.-u4wa.'( J.t 1 ora.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Ccupilcsl from Varlon Koarocaa
F'mxi HinDt,t,t, nf PMlnilolphl, off or
ftobert Uiiinorlin0 for Maud H.
Ma'oh VmHt, of Carroll too, Mai
hnn tvm con fir mo J as Chtof-JusUcO of
Tn Prc-i ft ml has votrwl Ihib III appro
prlattn?9'iKi,i)0 for a poat-tflh building
at hyn, &Us.
foMWoixnm Wk, T. TarxToji, tTnt.d
htalcs Navy, mltrn.t, dlnd auddnnlr at his
loiitc In Norfolk, Vs., on the 'JVth.
rmtttitKtr lYcvKutn Is rm-Mno
many lotto rs from oIl so'.dior indnrslnB
bis veto of the D.'pen lant Pension bill.
M'KmT anrl Hnnker bare concluded to
vtdortake Mjo ovanirclisation of Chlrago.
Hankoy wiit to Cliuag'oon tho iioth to
Anvrres from Waahlnrton tear little
room to doubt th-t the Provident has made
p his mind to appoint Colonel Morrison
pn tbe lnterHtnte Commoreo Cominlssion.
Mart Bakrh, tho fatlnir srlrl of White
County, 1ml., who fasted a hundred days,
and was ihop;h'. to be dead, la rrcorrlnjr,
brtinir uow ablo to roiata food and itlmu'
Thi factions of the new Reichstag, out
of which the ltism arrk atrenffih la Com
posed, It ia rifMlicted from Berlin, will go
to pieces after the pases iro ol the bo n ton
Two men, dWjrtusei and emp toyed as
Workmen on a branch of thnOaUclan rail
way, were arrested In Austria on the 25th
and ennfrssed to being Hussian aples and
Tna Pnnnarlrania Hupreme Court has
dcrlinM to interfere in tho case) of Wm.
C. Coach who kill-1 his brother Philip
last September In Elk County, llusch will
be hanged March 'H.
A AS 1ST A XT BatCR START FAtRDIILD haS
asked Congrcn to amend the Trade Dol
lar act br providing that the act shall not
go into effect for four months and for
storage for additional coin.
Patrick Carroll, a atrlker, was aen-
tenced on tho'JJd to one year's imprison
snout at Boston for throwing stoues at a
atmet-car with paasengers In tl. An af
lectlng scene in court was wiluessca.
Tun Woit Virginia Lrglslature adjourn-
el on tho nicht of the 25th from limita
tion. No United Htntoa Senator was
chosen. It Is believed Governor Wilson
will appoint Mr. Lucas, a free-trader.
Tub Logan Monument Commission of
tho Illinois Legislature were In Chicago
en the ittth. Mra. Logan stated to them
that she had determined on Chictgoa
the last resting plaoe lor the remains ot
Ukxrt M. Btaxi.it thinks Portugal is
doing wrong In her present proceedings
against tho Hultan or Z ant I bar. Stanley
la pushing through the interior of Africa,
and hopes to reach the capo in about one
year from date.
William Allr. a cow-boy, found In a
cave near lUpid City, Dak., five mummies,
suppose! to be the remains of a family
belonging to an aboriginal race- They
will be sent to the Smithsonian institu
tion at Washington.
Rt. Hox. Hbxht mttuew- British
Bt-c rotary of State for Home Aftaira, In a
spoech at Uirmtogham, on tno vjo, inti
mated thut Lord Ktndolph Churchill
would rejoin the government after the
adoption of the bulgat.
Thk Kocretarr of HtAte has transmitted
to Berlin a si Ivor rase, presented by the
President to Captain H. Bruns of tbe Ger
man steamship Woser, for rescuing the
Captain and crew of the American
icnooner Aurora. March 8, 1851,
A r to lox a pnsscd near OroTlllo, Cal.,
on the night of the 21st for a distance of
six miles aid carried evorrtning before
It, destroying fences and cabina. Iu
breadth was about forty feet. It is the
Hrst ever reported west of tbe Rocky
Viroixia has made the moat consid
erable entry for the groat National drill in
Washington next May. An entry was
made on tbe M of an entire brigade from
that State, comprising four regiments of
infantry, three batteries of artillery and
two cavalry squadrons.
The President baa approved the 'aot to
'ndemnify curtain aubiocU of the Chinese
empire for losses sustained by the violence
of a mob at tt wk springs, vy., in ep
tamher, aud the acta in regard to
public buildings at Denver, Cola ; Hunts
rtlle, Ala., and Houston, Tex.
The kb was great rejoicing at Ottawa,
Dnt, ovor the victory of the Government,
Air John Mac Dona Id is sustained by a ma
lority of 15 to 25. The Conservatives pa
ra led the streets, cheoeing lustily. The
Itiol" crv has failed of its purpose and
Ilia French Canadians are greatly dis
Bbxator Fair, of Nevada, has directed
the Commissioner of Agriculture to send
1, 5 JO packages of vegetable aood to the
irought-stricken districts of Texaa. lie
tonds all the soei that have accumulated
during his term, except a liberal supply
nrhtch he has from tims to time distribut
ed In bis own Stato,
Tut etle has boon consummated of
Lookout mouutalti, celebrated aa the
scene of tho bultla above the clouds. A
orannnv boa been orcunixod to build a
broad-guage railroad by July 1, and erect
the handsomest hotM in tho South on the
nistorte belguta. Work on lb! railroad
will oomnienco at once.
Tub President's determination latt year
not to go to tbe Capitol on th3 last hours
Df the aessiou to stga bills, but to rccoive
ind ex anil oo th m as uiu.il at tho Wbito
House, gava great S'attisfactiiin then, and
it Is confidently expected inCngress that
he will obsorve the same rule at tbe ap
It la understood the celebrated Choctaw
?laim, recently decide i favorable to the
Indians by tl 3 courts, wilt be provided
for In tho Dcacnncy Appropriation bill.
It will require an appropriation of a,tXKV
KI to pay ibis claim and the disburse'
ment of the money Is to be made atTahle
quah iu tbe ludian Territory.
Tub Secretary of the Interior baa sent
to the President, for transmission to Con
groas, the agroomonts, ctitorod into some
mouths since, but wee u the Northwest
Indian Commission, on b-.'ha'f of the
fjnvernmeut, and tbe Chippewa Indiana in
11 mnosota, accompanying the same with
the recommoiiduliou that they be rati nod,
Mr. Montuomert, Commissioner of Pa
tents, t ailed on the Preaidut on tho IMib
and not i tied him of bia desire to return to
the practice of bis profession in Michigan
In the early summer. Ilia President ex
pressed regret at loting the assistance of
so valunbie an otHoor and requested him
to remain in offl o until be had an oppor
tunity ot ftndtpg a worthy successor.
Tub se.smoacope setup in tho physical
laboratory at tho fJuiUtd Mtaios (Signal
Ofliuo in YusuingUa was disturbed ny
and acouniielv recorded at 7:5) meridiau
time, February 3. the arrival at that
putut of the reoout earthquake tbt oc
curred iu r n.m and Italy. A roiiKU cal
culatinn gives about live hundred miles
per hour as tbe velocity of transmission.
Tub total coilcutlousof internal revenue
duiioir the Hrst sov jn mouths of the fls't!l
veur. ended Juno iH U7. were StKl. J48 807,
being $h:.T,M4 leas than thetjoltectious dur
ing the auuitj iHirtod of tbe last fiscal year.
Ihere was a decreuse ol $J,arT,47J in the
illrctiou from spirits; au tucroasa of sV7e,
Wj from tobaecu; an increase oi ft, ,a,ou.
from fermented liquors, aud an lnoreaee
N the rtenaf, on tho fist, more firsnd Army
pol prltttona were prearr.totl airsintl the pen
strn tpU. A resolution was ofteird to inquire
Wby the Onvernor of Cuba beeps (Ivtln Pour I a,
sn sllcfrrd Amertcnn cltlrcn. Imprisoned. The
Kleamfiia flhip-4anal bill nnd the Hirer end
Harbor bill were emended end paaard. Mesa re.
Veat. Tngslts end other Hcnetors had some
Spelt irg ever the Mtasourl Klver Conv
tariasion ia dtsrttaalrg the last-mea-tlohed
tneaiittrf. The Senate, by B
Vote of to 1H, refused lo adjourft over Wsatt-
InRton's birthday In the Hons peeee i
tllions were prearnled from Rhode faland.
The debate over the propoalttftti to repeal thS
pre-emption, tlnvwr culture ane desert land
mwi ot-enptcfi the entire business portion oi
Ihe day nnd was productive of much acathlni
sceusstlon la dtrTerrnt official direct Ions, The
Ilnuae refuaod to recede from Its position oa
the bill and pnaaed the measure dive ted ot
substantially all tle Henslo alterations, and
aake 1 for a further ervnferenre.
Iw the ftenata oa the tdl fleoator ftherffiat
tendered his restRnatlon as president pro tern.,
and rafrjrested the election of some one to fill
the vacancy before the Senate adjourns by lim
itation on March 4. A resolution was anofiVed
for the publication of all papers and doru
sseata twerlaa; en the rejeetloa ol the no ml nation
f Matthews (colored l. Tbe Dtatiictef Ootiimraa
Appropriation bill was paasen Mr. laePbnr
son attempted lo secure eonaHlernttoB of tbe
seine Railroad resolution, but wa defeated
DltosM. The bill to create a llurcnn of Agrl
ml tore and Labor waa considered, but waa not
dtMposrd of. The Reuate refused te concur la
House amendmr bts tn the Sundry Civil bill, and
a further mi Terence was ordered In the
House Mr. liiand attempted to have tbe
veto of the Pension bill of John W. Fnrrls set
aside, but it was defeated W to IS. The sub
stitute to the McaJoo bill, to provide for the
manufacture of first-class modom, guns for the
navy and ara ooast and other defenses, waa de
bated till the hour for memorial services to
tbe late fknalor Piko arrived, when It went
bver as unrtnlnbed business. After the Pike
eu'optea the House adjourned.
Tn the Senate, oa the CM, the AgHcttltural
Department bill was paased. It provldoa for a
Cabinet omcer sni asslatsnts, and tranafrrs
the weather and Isbnr bureaus to It. Tbe Pen
sion bill of Thorn as 8. Hopkins, of Maine, was
passed over tbe President's veto In the
Hnune the Itetelletlon bill oa the Canadian
Battery disputes was elunorstcly discussed
and brought out a flood of hot sentiment
seasoned with war talk toward the Govern
ment of (Ireat tliitsln. Chairman Del ment, of
tbe foreign affairs committee, being very pro
nounced In bis utterances; the House substi
tute for tbe Senate bill was adopted 1 te
ta and then the substitute pesaedtfiN to 1.
The balance of the dy was devoted to con
sideration of the Post-Office A propriatlon fallL
IN the Senate on the 4th the substitute for
the Fisheries Iletallatory bill waa dlsaftreed to
and a further conference waa requested. Mr.
Van Wrck offered a reaolutton for a constitu
tional amendment for the election of Caitcd
Rlstet Senators by a popular vote of the people
of the States. A number of Senate and House
bills of minor Importance were passed. The
Senate bill to extirpate' plotir o-pneumonla and
ether contagious end Infectious diseases
was debated till adjournment. In the Hon
the Senate amendments to tbe Post-
Office Appropriation bril were diaagrecd to, sod
a conference reuuesitcd. Tho 1'realUcnt s Veto
of tho Dependent Pensions bill came up, nnd a
utter oebnte ensued. General llnifrg (Wis.)
leading in defense of tho veto, and Republican
leaders essnillng It. The vlo, however, waa
sustained, cheers, hi uses, irroans and sdjonrn-
" iiowina: in clone ortier.
tif the Senate, on tbs thtb. Mr. fnralts was
elected president pro tern. Mr. Hoar's resolu
tion against any aegotiatlons on Canadian fish
ing troubles pending the hesotistloo of a new
treaty with Great Britten, was debated at
lenjrtb, and finally reterred to the finance onnv
m it ice. lhe Edmunds pleura-pneumonia sun
stllute, appropriattns; t,0Mo. to be distribut
ed among the States In the discretion ot the
President, for the suppression of eontafrlotis
and Infectious diseases, was passed. At tha
night session the Pact He Hull road resolu
tion was debated at length
.la the House tba amend
ments to the General HetaliaUoa bill were in
stated on, and new conferees wore appointed.
Tho Senate amendments to tho bill creating a
department of Agriculture were concurred In
and tbe bill passed. The Naval 'Appropriation
bill was dlacussed tilt tho regular hour for ad
journment, when Mr. Herbert moved to ad
journment, which was carried, thus catting off
Uie usual rTldny night session.
PERSONAL AND GENERAL
Mrs. Ltdi a McLnb Joiixstox, wife of
General Joseph B. Johnston, Commis
sioner of Railroads, died at hur residence
n ttshinfton, on tho ?Jd, of paralysis.
inn Covington (h.y.) st root-cur em
ployes went out on a strike on the ifit 1.
Iiatrht csii males ptaco the Uivorn-
ment's majority iu the now German
Reichstag at 4&
U corob Wilso, who murdcrod Wake
field Gain) at Philadelphia, baa made a
Frxxcii and German agonts are pur
chasing all horaos available for military
purposes to bo secured In the North of
Tub trouble between the Portuguese aod
tbe Sultan of Zantibar has culminated
Portuguese men-of-war bombarding
Goverxok Jonx Ihblaxd of Texas testi
fied on the ki befnro tho committee at
Washington investigating the alleged
Ax earthquake calamity visited conti
nental Europe on tho ld, nnd appalling
loss of life and wido-spread destruction
of proporty is roported,- particularly from
the Southern and Mediterranean portions
Tub Dominion election returns received
up to tho night of the 23d show the elec
tion of 110 Conservatives, 80 Liberals and
A stib is created in political and labor
circles by a letter of Mayor Hewitt of
New York to the Southern Society.
Employer of sniuncrs nt rail River,
Muse., have refused an asked -for advauco
of wagos nnd a strike Is probable.
Tub newspapers of Paris are jubilant
over the result of the oloction In Alsace-
Lorraine They say that Germany is not
able to obtain tbe hearts of the inhabi
tants of the annexed provinces.
Sharp b stove foundry at Steubenvlue,
O., took lire on the iH I, and was damaged
to the amount of $13 00); insurance flOJ.
Tbia ia tho sixth time tha foundry bas
been burned within twenty years.
Mrs. Llthbr Wahhcx, who was shot at
Cincinnati by Ed Jordan, died on tho ifiid.
Jordan la in jail, charged with murder.
The murderer kick I ovor Mrs. Wurron's
baby carriage, an J when she romun
tratod, shot her through the heart
It is undorstood that the Proaidcot will
sign tho Tra lo Dollar bill, but that he
ill call the attention of Congress to the
necessity fur additional legislation to
u flurri facilities for the exccutlotrof the
law, the Treasury Department not being
prepared at prose ut to handle, store or
rcooin the dollara, as required by tho act.
Anot'T fifty representatives of tbe lum
ber trade at La 'to Erie porta met at San
dusky, O., on tho iffid, and held a conven
tion under the auspices ot the local Lum
ber Doalers' Association. The day was
spent in discussion of the prices of vari
ous gradua of lumber, transportation
rat oa, etc.
Tub Supreme Court of Indiana decided
on the Utd thut it had no jurisdiction over
tho Lieutenuiit-Govornorship contest of
Smith and itoburtson, and that the Gener
al Assembly must d cento the matter.
Hox. Geohob Banchuft, the historian.
la aaid to be seriously ill, threatened with
a severe attack of pneumonia.
Natives of the Friendly Islands are still
greatly ii glinted over tho trials and sen
tences of the men who assaulted Mission
ary Baaer. aud a bloody outcome is
feared. A British vessel baa sailed from
Uollmurue, and Catholics are appealing
to France lor protection.
Thb Pennsylvania Hoard of Pardons has
granted a roheanng in tho rase of Milton
UesUiii, tho thu-ueo capitalist, now
undergoing Imprisonment in the River
side, (Pa.j peintontUry for complicity in
the Murraysvhlo gas-well riota.
Mrs. Paw, wifu of Dr. Pavy, who lost
bis lifo lu the Greely Arctic expedition,
has beou la Washington for several days,
having gone there Ui prose nt papers to
the Hen it committee with a view to de
feating tha uoiniuatlou ut Captatu Greely,
tbe khief of the stguul service.
Kikb at Nebruaka t 'ily, Nob., on the tUth
caused a loss of f I'.tiuu.
Mrs. J. M. Bri'mkh was burned to death
by gasoline at ludtuuupulis, lud , un tbe
Cabdixal Jacobixi ia reporbm very ill,
and on thai .ti waa thought to be dying.
Tub Kansas Logialatui d bus pus tod a
law cnau .ring uto uume oi bl John Uounty
Tubus was a hung jury Jo tbe Jrlaq oon-
sp rtp. tnais.
pRgstPBvr Ci.rvFi.jin has reloed tbe
bill f r t ie relief of the sureties of John
Uow. aa Indian agent.
Wam baa at lust b-en declared between
tha Anialiimatf Asaocatinn and the
Kmghta of Lab tr at Uingo Jonctlon,
Tub Chinese are hilling Christians and
creating terror In a remote part of tba em
pire. (Irorob Kt.rt an1 Jack O'Brien fought
a desperate glove match at Brooklyn on
theiMth. O'Brien waa almost annihilat
ed, but won on a foul.
Rrssu and Uertnnn relatUns are
re prose a tod at being of th9 most cordial
Titans was serious trouble In Ihe In
diana Legislature on the -t h when Mr.
Robertson attempted to assume the duties
of Lieutenant-Governor. A fight oo
Tna reports from the earthquake la
Southern Rurnpe grow more epp-illlnr.
Over two thousand persons are reported
Tub Union Labor party finished It work
and adjourned sine die at Cincinnati, on
tbe?4th. A serlona split was averted by
eliminating nearly or quite one-half of Ine
It Is reported Ibut three Russian mili
tary officer) discovered In a recent con
spiracy agalqt (ho government have boon
executed at St, Petersburg.
A co.tVRXTiox of Pacifli and Western
railway M inagors assembled at Chicago
on the 34th ttt discuss the Inter-State Com
merce law. Jho C. Brown, of tbe Texas
at Pacific, pre tided.
Ax Imiwrial order has boon issued set
ting forth the oath bishops In Prussia
must take before assuming their bishop
ric duties. It is a strong obligation.
Mrs. Ciiristixa Prry was crossing tbe
Michigan Contrnl bridge, three miles west
of Ann Arbor, Mich., on the Mth, carrying
a thro-year-old child, when the Grand
Kupida express struck them, killing both
Srcbrtart Mavxixo ht requested As
sistant Secretary Fairchll l toonptinue to
act aa Secretary of the Treasury, as be
does nntoara to resume his official duties
just at present.
Bbxj. F. Tatlor, LL. D., poet, author and
lecturer, died at hla borne In Cleveland,
O., on the 'J4th, after an tllnoss of only a
week. A week previously ho was attack
ed with a chilL Ills illness became very
much worse and sooa dove loped Into
Acconnixo to tbe rules of the House,
the last six days of the session motions to
suspend the rules and take bills up for
passage are la order at any time. It ia
understood the Speaker baa agreed to
rocogn'ie General Henderson, of Iowa,
under this order, to take up the bill giving
lira. Lognn a pension of S000 per annum.
There ia llttla doubt that If tha bill is
brought to a vote It will pass.
A scATnisco and rebuking report It made
against the management of the Summit
County (O.) infirmary by the Board ot
State Charities, and sovere! removals are
New Exoi.axd reporta tho worst snow
storm for twttutr years on tbe 41 th.
Gladstone bus reiucod tho rents on bin
Mainb hna quarantined against cattle
from New York, Massachusetts and Illi
nois. Jim Btbvrxs, colored, was hanged for
murdor at Princess Anne, Md., on thefttb.
Tub Cincinnati trunk mystery baa been
explained it Was only a corpse for doc
tor to dissect.
Darby ft Co.s candy warehouse at Bal
timore, Md., was burned on the 23th, caus
ing a loaa ot t'J Mi,0!a
It is probAblo a spec'al aossloa of the
United States Senate will be called for
purposes of oon firm at Ion.
Frahk H. Ratrp la under arrest at San
AntO'iio. Tex., charged with embexslo
ment at Stn Francisco, Cal.
J as a W. Fbm a widely-known and
public-spirited ottison of Illinois, died at
bis home at Nor ran I on the aftih.
Hox. tiAL XCKY F. SnuLTB is an appli
cant for the position of United States sub
treasuroratSL Louis with strong prospect
Ax American manufacturer, named
Schnoldor.bas arrived atConatan'Inople to
submit to the Porte bis recently iuveuted
large oulibur cannon.
FATHBn Mal'risb Howard, widely
known, and one of the oldest priests in
In the United Slates, died at Keokuk, la. ,
on tbe !;5-h.
Govbrxoh Lib of Virginia hss Issued
bis proclamation calling an extrs, session
of the Legislature on the loth of March.
Governor Hill's private secretary bas
notified Hoy. Mr. Powell, apirl'ual ad
visor of Mrs. Kuxallita Druse, tbe mur
deress, that the executive will not inter
fere with tbe execution.
Grohob Middolb. formerly postmaster
at Waynesborough, Pi., and recently con
victed of defrnuding tha Government, waa
sentenced at Philadelphia on the 35th to
pay a fine of aud costs aud to three
Latatrttb William vyiloiiax. a miner,
was instantly killed at Washington, Ind.,
on the HVh, by falling slate while at work.
He leaves a wife and four children. Miles
Strootwaa seriously aud perhaps fatally
Injured in tbo same way on the tih.
Mr. axd Mns. Baruovr Druk, aged
about fifty, were burned to death in thetr
dwelling, in the town of Big Flats, W. Y-,
on the ith. They wore alone in the bouse
and no one knows bow tho tiro started.
LATE NEWS ITEMS.
P. li. ahmoi'K says a company has been I
organised, with aevoral million dollara cap-1
Itn), to erect oil mills In tbe South.
Bhittox ft Maysux. cotton merchants of
New Orleans, have assigned. Assets, UV
OOU; liabilities, HV)U.
Thb President has aent to the Senate tbe
name of James M. Trotter, colored, to be
Recorder of Deeds in the District of Colum
bia, in place of Junius C. Matthews, who
was twit vtjectcd.
lus Senate, on tbe 28th, passed the
Uouae bill preventing the employment of
convict or alien labwr upon public works;
also tbe Plcuro-Pneumoma bill. The Con
fereneo Committee on Retaliation made a
report from which it appeared that the
irrooonotleable diffcroncoe botween tha
House and Seuute would prevent any thing
Doing done In the proraistte. The House
won in oonfmittoe on tbe Legislative Ap
Mrs Dhi'bb wasexocutol at Herkimer. N.
Y., on the 'JHth. She had niurdorod her
husband, chopping up his body aud burn
Womiai'RTft Portis. irraeral merchants
of Prosrott, Ark., have a&aigued. Assets,
iUiUU; liabilities, tJO.njH).
Gov rt r nor Wilson, of West Vir inula, has
tendered the Umtttd Hiatcri Senaloiship to
J. ji. iucas, of joirersou t ouniy, who was
one of the Dcuiocrutia "kickers'' m the ra
cent senatorial uouioat, and he baa ac
two men and a boy were killed recently
by the falling of a true near Newark, O.
Tnr ullegcd certificate of tho luurriaite of
Miss Vuu Zaudt to anarchist Spius by proxy
baa been returned to the Chicago county
clerk, but will not bo hied at pruacut.
iiirLiiMATic relatione between uroat
Britaiu and Veuesucla huvo been aua-
pcndi'd, owiug to a dispute rcapectiug a
EiuiiTY-TiiiiRB free-traders and forty oue
protectionists havo bvcu returned to the
Now South Wales Asauiubly.
Tub Morgau Line steamship pier at New
i ork was ou fire ou the ih. Tito Louo
Star was burntnl to the water's edge. Sev
eral firemen hud a narrow estae. The
duinutfo amounted to nearly eUki.uuu.
TlixSccrelurrof the Interior has affirmed
the decision of the Couituissuutcr uf the
General Lund Oftti-o duttnl Mav II, InVi,
holding for cancellation a listuf about 'i.iH
acres of bind In townships JH, Ho and :n,
north range 4 west, the Reed City, Mich ,
district, uluimod by the Jackson, Ijitiuingft
Hag maw Railroad Company uudur o.isuf
Sit n atom Cock r ell bas reported adverse
ly tt bill to ibvusligulo the isauo of fraudu
lent land warrauls and protect soldiers and
sailors from lues thereby.
lx speukiug oa tho currency question in
tbe Huuae of Lords, Premier Salisbury
took a strong stand afamst bimeiaiisui at
Okb thousand employee of tbe Brit ton
iron aud steel works at Ciuvelaud, O , have
bod their wage u.trwucd fruw leu to nl
teen por cvut,
MISSOURI' STATE NEWS,
Two State fgtetalavsv
Tna Senate waa ayrt In seas km wlblm
.... In the House a resolution was adopted tsv
Btrurtlng the Ad)utsnt-)enersl to Ire a Na
tional salute on Washtagtoa's Mrthday. Vat
little husleesa was done ether than te hitea
dttctloa of a few bills and tho dlsewestna for
ample of aonrs of the Railroad Mil, which was
np for engrossment.
IM the Senate, on the ttsf, the envsalttee
nail rood bill waa called ap la tbe order of ea
grmament, and waa eonsktered In euwiinttlee of
the whole, and pending debate oa aeetNm the
committee rose, reported progress) and the Mil
went over. A number of new bills were rMre
rtneed. among which was one oe the eveattos)
ef aSlste Ctvtl Servlee enmmlMton Ia to
Honse Mr. Jewett. of Shelby, latredneed aa aw
prrprlate resolution on the death of Mr. W. MT.
Dunn, late door beeper of tho Hoots, whteh
waaRnsRtmouslyadoTrted. A eommlttee waa
sppolnted to aecompanv the body to ShelWy
vine, the House im aMteowrparry Use reatatas to
the depot la a body, a resointloa to beer the
funeral expenses waa also adopted. Tbe Chair
appointed Messrs. Jewett. Podd snd Head!
as Uie committee to aeoompany Uw remalas tat
Mr. thine to Snelbyvtlle, aad the Moaoe asV
fx the Setiete, on the ttd, no tmstaewe Of tnr
portance was transacted beyond the dtacusstosj
of the Railroad Mil, which consumed Use eee
slon. Without eomisg to a rota the Senate ad
jeurned The Hmtse held foeeaoori aod
a ft era oon sessions, but devoted most f lia
time to the engrossing of hilts. The rail rood
bills are the principal meesamn' m wrest
pending In each body. The Senate proaosea to
eon-lder the bill before It frosa day to dav as
tll dlaposed of. and tho House has made the
same bill a special order for to-sooiTow after
noon.) In tbe Senate, on the tM the committee as)
railroads reported back the bill regulating the
rates to be charred by railroad com pan lea fof
passenger transportation with aa amendment
requiring children under six yean of se to he
transported free. The amendment was agreed
to, Ths committee on appropriations reported1
hock favorably the bill apwrnprlallttg sjffiO.org
for improvement of the State Capitol hulbtlaw
with several amendments, which were adopted
and the mil ordered to engrossment. Tbe Mil
to establish a normal school at or near Mary
vllle was passed by a vote of tl yeas to 4 hay
ThJ bill prohibiting any dramshop-keeper Cross
keeping any gaming table. ot thing
or Instrument of amusement What
ever la any dram hop, or In any reoex
er building adjacent thereto failed to peon by s
vote of li yeas to 14 nays, and a saottoa to e
consider was tabled. The bill providing fcr the
execution of conveyances by sheriftu whera Uet
purchase money baa been paid, and aahea
quently the officer who should execoto the ee
veyance dies or becomes dlsquoltned. was
passed, aa was also the bill to pay MeOoaalsf
County l.ett.( deficit of school saoaeya ns
1S7 by reason of tha failure of the eunatyelerh
of that county to properly certify to the seheal
super! ntendenfthe eaameratkm of school ethtl-
dren tor that year In tbe House Lowls O.
Bolton waa chosen onor-keeper. Tho Mil asv
tborislng Kansas City to extend her limits was
passed. The Railroad Mil waa takna up as the
special order, and, pending dlss-uestoa, weal -
over till the Slth. The entire afteraona seastot
was token np la discussing too Milttla Mil
which was Anally ordered engrossed. T
Chair laid before tbe House the return ts tbX-T
writ of the House ia tbe MaekHsvO'Brlea esttvtf
test. The return shows that Macklla waa eteov- "
ed by a majority of ntae votes. .
TilBHenste. on the S4lh. after tbe traasao
tlon of routine business, went Into eootmittoe
of the whole on Uie Railroad Mil. whwhoeea
pled the entire session, Um latter portten betas
taken up la consideration of tbe third seettoa
of the anti-pooling bill of the jotnt oocamittee,
and it was Unally adopted without aaaeiidSBeat, 1
In the House the following Mile were
passed: The Reform ibool MU; to eutao-rt
the Uovernor to commute to Imprisonment hi
the penitentiary the death sentence of erims
nals under eighteen years of sama. wattw 4hf
transfer of dram-shop licenae-fls pormit any
physician who la authorised to sdhkettse nwdt .
ems to register as s phanaaeV or droggtsl ,
without examination; to ifa' frsy seaoi dt" : ..
rectors to qualify within three envvs tfw
their erection aad to ovnetwes wttbto Ss va
and providing for tbe lbtilai viscaactea -by J t
dtrectors; to provide that the betyht af beig
fencee shall not exceed four rectnod that the
posts of wire fences shall bo sixteen feet apart:
nrovidlnv that counUea. whore more than oaf
court is held, shall be entitled to the Appellate
the aad of thirty years against BMa-rest-denta;
requiring appellants to the Supreme
Court and tbe Court of Appeals te
file a transcript tea days before Uw meeting of
the court; authorising the OoTxrsor to appoint
county treasurers In case of vacancy; aaiho ris
ing county clerks to destroy assess meat lisle,
merchants' Hornsea, petitions for dramahope,
etc., at the end of two years; giving eoun'y
courts power to appropriate money to complete
eontreeta for the Improvement af swamp
lands; to exempt unplatted land ta cities ol
fMsXi inhabitants and leas from municipal taxa
tion: to authorise el ties of Um fourth-elaae to
publish financial statements In newspapers;
to amend the homestead law by prowling that
homesteads shall be subject to attachment
when the party holds under a deed from Uie
time Uiat said deed is Bled, but when he hobU
by descent or devise, from tha time he heconaas
Invested with the title.
In tha Senate oa the eth, after the tr ansae
Uoa of routine business, the Senate went into
committee of the whole on the Railroad Mil,
and after disco aateia the committee man and fa
ported the bill favorably to the Senate, no
amendments having been made. The Agricult
ural College Appropriation MU was
passed after a not debate with
only two dissenting votes. Tbe Mil approprlat
lngSi4t,flaO for additions aad improvements to
the Lunatic Asylum at Nevada was passed.....
Tbe House spent the entire day debating the
Railroad bill and tbe Buckner substitute were
for, and adjourned without Banking any pror
The directors of tbe St. Joseph In ten -
State Exposition Association, at a meet
ing held recently, elected officers ror tna
roar lb7, as follows: President, H. R. W.
Hartwiar; vice-pretident, D. D. Burneas
treasurer, B. F. Buxard; secretary, Cbaa.
A movement ia said to be oa foot among
members of the General Assembly aad a
number of St. Louie lawyer aow at
Jefferson City to urge tbe appointment of
Wm. C. Marshall by the Governor te um
circuit judgeship made vacant by tbe
t ran a for of Judge Thayer, of St. Louis, lo
the Federal bench.
Tbe vote on sending the Militia MU to
engroaament lo the House ot Repreeenta-
tivea was nfl yeas ; 5ft nays.
Herman Effen attest ptei to shoot a
bnardor in bis bouse at St. Louia, named
Herman Marks, whom he thought was al
together too friendly with Mra. Effen, and
shot tbe latter instead, aot fatally, how
ever. James Tooboy, a BL, Loaia painter, an
old member of the fire department; com
mitted suicide a few daya ago with a dose
The Lentea seaaoa baa begun.
Mian Maud, the oily daughter ef John
Vanderlinde, the newly appointed col
lector of customs at St. Joseph, died a
few nights ago. Sho waa twenty-three
year ot age and remark tbly popular, and
her death 1 universally mourned. She
bad been ill a year, suffer log from pul
The Solvation Army bts settled down te
a regular aiege of St. Louis, and baa aae
ceedod in enlisting the BtpUst tntaenea
in Its cause. An out poet baa been es
tablished at East HL Louia, and the forces
of tha evil one ara invited to come oa aad
try conclusions. 'Appy 'Arry is in the
There will be a grand BL Patrick's day
parade m HL Louts.
Lawyer Frank Bowsaaa wants fl'x0Y
dam igos from the St Louia Pmd- Uupmtch
fnroertaia libelous artto.ee publisael m
St. Louis boasts a genuiua Chinese doc
tor; but he can not practice, as he caa aa
procure tho neceaaary permit from tha
There woe a lively coatett ia program
for the oHIcj of door-keeper of the House,
made vacant by the demise ef M)or
Judge Treat ha tendered his resigna
tion to the President, aad Judge Tkaysr,
of SL Louia, has been a p isolated to aud
It is thought tbe tnillUa will yet wia the
fight at the capital.
Paul C. Russell, editor of tbe aw-9jsW
MmUHim, of SL Louis, waa leetantly killed
by a train oa the I.Uaoia Ceetral tracks,
in Chicago a few eight ago. He waa
atvppiug out of the way of one angiaa and
encountered another oa the next track,
HiggitisvUlo la aaid to be oa the eve ot
the biggiat boom la nor history. Th
building of the Chicago, Fort Hoot at
Texoa railroad la aa aaetimd foot. Tba
survey ef the Johnson County Una mill ba
com plated tn a few dava, aud the woalt el
gradtof will be eymtrieacad at eac