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TIIUHKDAY. KKHRt AHY l, IHhn.
Ko it In, Mr. Mailt .lf-c.ii.-t th Ke
publican nomination In lvnor. le-
rliulr.R coins to b fnihlooablo now.
Vox.. Y. M. TKArtr, M one lime post
mat ivr o( St, Joseph, Mid 11 prominent
rrpnbliciu. leader, died on Monday liul
The nmional Democratic commit he
mccU fn Wellington City, iisxt Wed
nodr to name a place and net a linif
for holding the uvxt nalioiiHl IVtno
rratic ciiTrmio. Wc hope M. Jouia
will draw Hi prize.
Sim k the withdrawal o( Itluim-frotu
l ie priitlt'iitiai race, (ten. J'lnl Sheri-
din in pokii of iu conned inn with
tUe rvpublirmi WHuinwtiuii. We dont
hvlieve tht-re is a uihii in the repnbli
ran party that ran defeat Cleveland, a
he i certainly much stronger tiow than
he Kas fourenn ao.
Sesatoii 1nhal- seems to lmc raised
the ire of Kaintaa proliibitionit bv thai
little remark he made in Wahiiiton a
few i)n since to the died that he did
not nee anything wrong in prohibition
In KanxaA, a the prohibitionist had thi
the law that was what thcr wanted
and the whiskey drinkers had all
the whiskey luav could drink and
that was what they wanted. There
doubt the Senator expressed aa-
bofie'ftrTrrnr&m it wnr'TaTjig lot of
yelpera barking at his heels.
Wfj.i., Bro. Itronk has his cnll out
for a prohibition state convention, and
the question Is what is our Kay county
prohibitionist going to do about it.
Manv of thorn claim that there was no
politic in the election in Hay county,
last summer, but now they aru face to
face with the question and must either
Land by their prohibition leaders or
repudiate them. luen; are just two
horns to the dilciua, and they must
iieie on either one or the other. Hold
still and see the squirming in certain
q i arte r. It will get painful soon.
, It is generally understood that Hon.
A. M. Dot kert will not be in the
race for goveruor.though a heavy prcs
ure has boon brouglit on him to in
ducc him to make the race. He has
a number of important measures in
liand at Washington, which are occu
pying his time, to the exclusion of
even-thing else. Another thing is that
the Congressional raae in this district
is si.nipli.jcd by his staying out of the
gubernatorial tight, as he certainly will
be re-nominated by the Democrat
without opposition, and a re-election it
If the idiot who axe excited because
the president presented a copy of the
constitution the pope, could le indu
ced to read that document themselves,
they might possibly become the Ks
aesorB of more sense than they bate
now. Greeimlle, lex as, Herald.
That class of men are much to smart
to read anything so weighty as the
conHtitutiou of the United Slates. Their
egotism leads the in to believe that it is
a very iuierior document, one that
they could improve on aeven days out
al the week.
The unJiiiixhed biuinecs of the Seri
ate for the present week is the UJair
educational bill: but thut isn't likely
to be half so troublesome a. the lawk o!
keeping Hiddleberer's large and ad
venturous Virginian mouth under con
trol. (.ilobe democrat.
Uiddleberger's mouth soems to 1
giving the republicans a great deal of
music they dont like jut now. The
republican majority in the senate have
permitted this gentleman to learn a
great many secrets that they do not
-wish told, hence the desire to keep hit
'large aud adyentureBome Virginia
Suppose a case: blaiue IVesideut:
Blair Kducatioual Hill a law; proposed
pension laws all enacted; treasury sur
plus expended: cheap whisky dear
blankets the rule; manufacturing mo
nopolies protected at expense of con
sumers; State rights ignored; paternal
aupervisiou of the States the policy of
the government; "no administration
popular without a war." national banks
run in the interest of individuals with
public money: a t(ldoody thirt," the
emblem of nationality; the Grand
Army of the Kepublic the president's
kitchen cabinet. Great country! -Ex.
Judge G. D. hurgress.of JUnocountj
candidate for Supreme Judge mas in
the city yuaterday, en route home from
Sedalia. Judge Uurgess if a native ol
Mason county, Kentucky, and has man?
friends iu this county from his old
birth-place. He haa been judge of the
eleventh circuit in this ataia lor thir
teen years, dinpitc that the circuit
ha 1,000 republican majority, tie is a
man of hue physique, iu tie prime of
life an able lawyer and jurist, and
would make an admirable supreme
judge. His section of tfee aUile is el
ways with him, and ihe it one ol the
strong candidates. Lexington luiaUi
gencer. Judge Jno. I, I'bilipi will be a can
didate for m-eluctiuu to the position ol
Judge of the Kan 'a City Court of Ap
peals. He is one among the best judges
of law iu the state aud lift ireu sutie
I tuition in that position.
Geo. K. King, a well known Kausas
Citj ucwspajwr uiau, died suddenly of
heart disease, at KausahCity, lat'J ues-
day. He formerly published the Sat
urday Hemocrat of St. Jom-jiIi.
The fit's t dispatches in r giird to the
Islington bridge bill were misleading.
As the bill originated iu the Miiate
they left the impression that it had
paattod that body. Jn repoiiM to an
inquiry Senator Vet wrote u under
date of January aO: Tue Lexington
bridge bill was reported by me to the
senate some days ago aud can be pars
ed at any time. The house panted the
same bill, and it ha been referred to
tee commerce committee. 1 will si in
ply rejMrt back the boue bill from the
committee and pass it at once through'
the senate. There is uu difficulty a-
bout the matter, as it will become a
Jaw iu a wry short time." We sec by
the press dispatches that ou the 7th
fust the house bill we, on Senator
Veal's motion, taken up aud parsed.
J n Turkey when a man is caught in
a lie, an official is scut to paint the
front of bis bouse black. If that was
the rule here, bow gloomy tout of our
iyui would took,
The poor farm of Gentry eoonty.
was recently leaned out for tK) a year
and the h-sco agrees to keep the pan
pert at 1,4 per week board, of course
the count v will have to cloth them.
Tim Intent disnatches utate thai
"NmIv" l K. Lots) Is liable to die
mut minute. His health has been broken
down hv drinking whifkev and writ'
ing tnipernncn article for his paper,
the loletlo "ISIivle. t.x.
K a by is like many other temperance
advocates. He needs plenty of strong
stimulants to keep him down to his
The judges of the county court of
Livingston county have born indicted
for "unlawfully, feloniously, willfully
and corruptly voting for, absenting to
and allowing and and certifying a cer
tain claim for f 0. to one Charles Stew
art, as commissioner of the )oor, also,
for voting for and allowing a claim
and account of J. L. Sdimitz for the
sum of whereof he stands in
dicted. ' '
Colom-1 I'. W. Maruiadiike has de
posited with the state lreaurcr the
sum of 11. ita a earning of the
prison for the month o! January.
I'd in t the largest amount ever earned
by the prison in anv one month, and
hows that institution to be in an ex
ceedingly healthy condition. The a
mount wa immediately drawn out
on the earnings approm rHiion.
The eenaie ccmimittecpis-eUsn iMiiifff
aner i)(riiiigimTauiriiay 10 an argu
uulrtrom the president of the Nation
al Temperance society, instructed Sen
ator Wilson of Iowa, to report favor
ably the bill for the appointment of
five persons, not all of whom shall be
advocates of total abstinence, to inve
tigute the alcoholic litpior trmflie, iu
relations to revenue and taxation and
its general economic, criminal, moral
and acientilic aspects in connection
with pauperism, crime, social vice, the
public health and general welfare of
the people: and also to inquire and
take testimony as to the practical re
sults of license and prohibitory legisla
tion for the prevention of intemperance
the several states of the Union an
important inquiry, the result of which
will be awaited with interest Kansas
The Kansas City Times has the fol
lowing to say of a prominent candidate
for supreme judge:
The Hon. H. Clay Kwing is as per
fectly equipped at all jHiints to make a
Supreme Judge as any man the state
ever honored in either iu earlier or
later history. His life has been an ex
ceedingly actite and tirring one.
He has from the very lirst day of hi
graduation devoted himself with tire
less assiduity and energy to the mas-
hip of his profession. satisfied
with bare victories for his clients, he
sought to inform himelf of their logic,
to find the way to a class of grouping
that might in time grow into a philos
ophy of iuccess, to mass them, as it
were, organize, drill and discipline
them, to keep them ever ready at hand
as a trained array, flexible when need
ed as Hannibal's cavalrv, that for all
the sterling qualities which go to make
up the irreproachable cituen and the
For secretary of slate, Mike Me. rath
of course will be a candidate for re
election. Tkii;k of a state election
without McGrath being a candidate!
Mike is bo me what disfigured just a;
present, inconsequence of the failure
of Judge Norton to run for governor.
McGrath had bis candidacy bit bed uu
to Norton's and hoed to sail in on the
same wave, n lien Mike beard of .Nor
ton s peremptory rulirvniut the other
day, he wa very much disgusted. He
said. "1 have do interest now in the
contest for governor. Norton is out of
the race, ttie candidates are a lot of
scrubs.'1 It is safe to say, however.
that ere many das, Mike will have
hitched his chariot to the tail of some
gubernatorial steed, scrubs or thorough
breds, aud will be bowling along in the
fond hope that he will again be trusted
with the pokitiou which he baa so loug
used to the advantage of himself and
the railroads. Having made bis office
the caucus-room for a railroad lobby,
which was more bold and odious than
any other lobby in the stale's history,
be cau count on strong support from
corporation influences. Alex. Lesueur
of Lexington is making a spirited can
vass for secretary of state, and it it the
general opinion that if McGrath is to
be beaten, the Lexington man is beat
ritttii lu doit MUsouri heyubiioan.
Win 16AS ae a Year sj War.
The present year U the fifth year of
modern times in which the aggregate
of the figure is twentylhe, aud there
ill he but five more years in which
such e combination is posaibla prior to
lo the year -'y. Probably but law
have ever beard of the old prophecy,
which runs as folktws:
'la every huur ear ul our Lure.
en Use Bumvt llm figures u lwrtyflee,
bome ar-llbe uailbii will draw the swore.
a lid peaoefm turnout m peat shall thrive."
btudents ol modern bistoiy will
readily recall how faithfully this- proph
ecy httt been fulfilled in the four years
previous to which it applied.
In lG:y Kuttsia, Denmark aud Poland
formed the coalition against Sweden
which inaugurated the great war that
euded in the disastrous defeat of Charles
XII at Pultowa.
The year 17y will ever lie memora
ble 'ju account of the breaking out of
the French revolution.
The year 17M witnesses the cam
pi'ign of liouaparte in Lgypt and the
formation of the second Ku rope an
oalilion against France.
In l7y war broke out tietween Kng-
lany and Afghanistan, followed bv the
iu asion of the latter country by Hrit
In what luaunrr llie prediction i
to be veritied in JH remains lo pe
sen, but the present condition of
fcurope eenis to promise an abundant
fulfillment of the prophecy.
The mostsigniheaut passage in Queen
Victoria s speech to Parliament is the
request that provision be made for
special squadron for the protection of
commerce w ith Australia, as well as
for the defense of ports aud coaling
stations, ihis indicate apprehension
of general war, in which Hrilish com
merce might suffer. It also foreshad
ows a strong defensive policy for the
protection of Kuglish supremacy on the
the seas. Hut if the Government ob
tains all the money it wauU for naval
equipment, a vigorous defensive may
be quickly com erted into an u thru oh
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
O leaned br Telegraph and Mali.
A rrta routine bitwineim in the Penn on
the Sih Ow- htil arrl'Mwiinir li Axt,ii fm a
pit bite bullcltrff si Kftiia t.'ltv. Mo, nfl.
The Mil rrmlliln sll dutifs wtxn nnltnul lm
porird tor brM'ilinR iiun'-'. wl cllii r for ssle
fir the inipfTlrr ti n uf, imwci Aftprntilt
bel ween Senfiior ltiitnlrlit twr nnd rvrr:l
Other Renslofd the :.1iHittiitTi;tl hill wtis lur-lhfTronMlcr-l
sml il i- sirrceil t fuch n llnnt
fote on the 1Mb, AiliMini'tt In Hie l(one
the bill (linking Mil ol liuUhff com-lti'tve erl
denre in ornm cttxfn pitvot'il. (Vnnultteps re
porleri. tnhrr tulnt ws il no in-nernl
importance. The Snsher snnminccd ttn np
pmniment of tlie fptlowir. ' ml commit
to tnvfstlffsle Ihe eiKtlni lnlr Irmitrlin in
PenDtvtviima: Mi-n. Ti!lmn. ol Sonlli rrn
Una; Hlone. of MimuH; I'Mptmtn. or Mu ni
fu: Amlrron. o( Kansas, and t'tirkrr. ot Ntw
li the Honsie on the mh after report ot
rommittres siul other runttne Linmt- Hn.1
Ktltirsnonsl nill m f'soln-.l ttm Inul midr.
The bill to anthohzi the su!e ot mlnernl Inmis
to itlteni 1tt'UMiHl si mne lrm:th iitnl
flnsli? retvtnmnte.l. A l;ll ! spin-iipn.itc
avi.yi.ij to complete the ( invcrntnt'iit bmUl
Uif at Pensaoi'is. I'la . llio ocruitmn
of Ion detMe on pnhiu- hmMlnirt
in feneral and ecounmv n pMlruiur.
After a eierulive -moh ihe n.l
K'urneO . In the Hon-e The Scheie bill rrlm
quihintthe lnieret of the t'nuitl Mmt in
frrtsm UmU in tHatre otinty. Kn . pitN-d.
The tM It lo dit-onuaiie tlie nHnaof hn v cent
peee putted The hill to require 'ii'snlit il
raiirtiatls to mitntA'n aud nprute fpitrsir trie
graph line brought vtt a IrTtrihv drtwtle whieh
had not been cloevd hen the Mini' ailj'imr.l.
Taa rtennte xu not In st'ion on the Imh
... In the Houte theresohitln ah-.nthe Pot
mskter teneral to inielitrite the inRtleijuai'ji
of the snail senlce In the m n reported
with an smeoiltncnt And sdpT-d. Ttie lill to
ereat a board of artir:m..n to thn
pute between the Usweers:He ami ihi Stst
of Texi am ' t lirer Coant f fnvornKv re
Tfled. In I'omiriltt'e of the Wtiuie several
bills were considered, after which the S-nate
bi!l rjtnoniinir Uie appoir:tmt nt of Andrew l.
White as refiner of the HnnUnotuan I n 1 1 f u t
paasee ana the Uouse adjourned until aloif
Werw the Henate mi on the 1.1th the
desk of Mr. Ruldleherjrer poniiln"d a larpv and
handsome floral harp wh'rh h:id Leen p.act-d
thereby the Irish llan nn-( lael an a recop.if
tion of hi tight airaln! sej-rt't ".esionit and ihe
Brttiih estraditum trettty Mr Vest tran
poke upon the falliu-j and extrrtvinranre of
pnntfng so n.sny ueft ptiMic doi-umenta.
w hen the Hlair F-diicntloniil bill wnm rcitchcd
Mr. Plunab aldreed ih H'naio In oppoMioB
to It. The resolution In reirard to th u limped
ln'Ollency ot the mall ser ice in crtafr. IfH nit
lies was debated at tn lemrth, and ato-r
pawns- a few bills th Senate adjourned . t'n
der the call of Slate In the H"ue iniinrhill
aad resolution were introduced. Thn Mil to
punish the adrertttn of lottery ticket in The
Piitnct f t'o'unif.'ia s the subject of a llv:y
debate upon the Utwrty of the prea, and tlnaily
referred. Mr. Biand tm red nerd a bill to pro
hibit the col nace of throe doiiar gold pieces aud
t&f House adjourned.
PERSONAL AND rOLITirAI-
OtsnsTONB returned to Lntrlaud on ths
t& and was greeted with choert at Dover
and London. The crowds were enormous.
It is reported tn Bert in that the Russian
Minister to Ku mania baa demanded of the
Kins' of that Nat ton an Piplanauon ol Us
attitude ton-art the Triple Alliance.
IT is reported that tbe S'lvano of ths
Abyssinian army on Masaowau haa boeu
stopped because of tribal dissensions.
Ths Maryland ltriRt attire baa Indorsed
Ctavetand's message by 53 to Id
aiJtQtrr was riven by the Kine's
County Dem'Xrrauc Club, tn honr of th
birthday of the late Samuel J. Titdon, ot
Brooklyn. N. Y.. on the evening of tho tth.
Tel British t'arliiim-Mit Was opened bv
Royal Commission oq ibe tfsh. Tlie Queen's
Speoch rcntaine-J but little uf infer' it.
Tas f resident and Mra L ieveland gttve
a reception to toe armr and navv oo the
h. It wa the last reception of theseu
aoa at the otta iijue and was lai tfeiy
Stbpbiw J. Meatt. the well known
Irish American, died receutiy iu Water
Till Hume Market Club pave a bnnqtit
at boatoo on the yth The : principal spoaiciT
was Hon, Juhn Hhennan, who defend?d
tbf policy of protevti-iu and attacked the
recent speech of Kusiell l,otvt-!l on free
trade. Hon. W. UtKmley, of Ohio, also
raor. Faxcn I,. Fatto-, V. D. I.L. v.,
sa been uoanimousiy elcctM to succee-i
Dr. HcCofth as president of rrinceton (N.
J t CoUeg.
Tat dispute between Vvaue LI am n ton and
General tSherman aa to the bum m if of
Columbia, S. C, Our in if ths war ba been
character! Md by much biltTiitss.
Thi Oerman Hciclittaa haa paaacd the
Military Loan bU without debate, only
three ockal-Deutocrat members vounif
Tua ouir, jiinnial Parliament bill has ,
p&3cL it -third rcad.ug ;n the (icrman
HwytkMin Eii(i.rTO!f. ci-memlwr or
Coorreaa and ote of the mom. prominent of
Ohio political traders, diext ruiatly iu Cin
cinnati, aired seventy two.
The Andrew J ark son Club, of I 'hicaaro
has taken steps to call a tDetint( of Lienio-
arailc Cluba of America in Chit atro June 1.
Oaoaaa W. Clare, a real estate dealer ,
of Duluth, Minn., formerly newspaper 1
writer under the lite Daniel llw.nmg on
the Albany Argn. died recently.
f TVI and Oilhooler, Irish member of
tbe British Parliament, indicted under tbo
Crimea act, were arreted by the polioe in
London recently. Hoth menibers had been
ui hid inn; a cous'derabie time.
Mas. W. A. Evuo.ni, the erratic and yet
talented woman who was the subject uf an
inquiry id lunacy some time hk. died in
Wantnitoa ou tue mgUt ol Lue Ulu uuiU)
TBI Cashmere forts on the Cnlset fron
tier of Turaittan have been captured by
traca-frontier tribes. Indian troops have
baen sent to assist in their recapture and
tbe dispersion of the Invaders.
Hox. B F. Jonrh. chairman of the Na
tional Republican Committee, has received
a letter from Hon. James O. Biame which
states that ha will not be a candidate fur
tbe Presidential nomination. The letter is
sanguine of success for the party candi
date, whoever be may be, aid delenus the
Aacaaisaop Li.Hr. of 5ew Mexico, is
1 as Chinese Minister trave a reception
and ball in honor of tt;o Cinutsa New Year
at Washington on the Vi'.h.
Thi Ohio Republican Leapue hr nored the
aerenty-ninth birthday of Abraham Lin
coln by a banquet at (.Oiumuua. l-cvernnr
Foraker and Hon. John Hherman wen.- pres.
entaiso iaorernor Reaver, of l'euuylva
M mctii.LA in sxcVJs
Tax next bieuniai atsstou of tho Amer
ican Hutu cul tarsi Uociety wul Us bsid in
THa KewYora Wrthe l3"1 ta,'l
that tbe grand jury bad de'.urmiued to in
dict Jay Gould and Kusscll biie fur lar-
Maa fiaBaB J. Rodin-ios, charged with
srboleaale pdsioning to obtain insurance
money, baa been convicted at Ruslou of
muraor id tho brst degree.
THksix-davago a-yiU -please race at New
York ended on the Uih in tin unpr.-rfdwiu
ed victory for Albert, uf rhiiaiiCiphm. wiio
beat FitgBratd's record by nearly tvvee
miles. Tbe acora stoo1 : ibfrt. ti.'l 'j;
Herty. 6riJ: Guerrero. .V'., Hurt. .VM; Oul
deo, rs; Moore, M: Hirrkel. AM; Nore
mac, fti',; Uilion, ; Hnilivan, 'i lor,
iaV; Tiliy. tf; titouL, s7.
The secret s-rviue division of the Treas
ury Department has discovered thm a new
counterfeit of the & silver certificate has
been put iu c rcutation. Tho bi 1 is ai-oul
three-sixtcentbt of an inch too short. The
general apytaranxe is good aud is liable to
iHOXinx, O., has been swept by tire
which broke out in Iavvou' boolc storu
and spread U Mmdi.rf tc liub;cr'a dry
goods, Hniaib rg s riottinijf, iu- Jt on City
Odd Fellows' lodife at, J the lion City
Athenaeum aud theme to the mw opera
bouse building, in which wei tht post
cftloc, alio! whirn were OesuoyQ. Loss,
KJ,twO; insurant-'. t-j.isJ.
Tae jury in New York t.'itv d.Kiiproed in
the caae of A H-nvard Hnik.c. ut ( inrin
natl. against Mrs Jpttnnetf; Jl. 'i'luirln-r
for JUU,UU0 lor tlie money aiivb'-f-d to the
American Opera Corniai.y.
A fisMiitb sthrjner went on the rot it f.ft
Rye, Me., the other night dunug a sionn
and was wrecsed. Two of thj ciew wuie
hstLL.roi has broken out m Mat.rUn,
tk., and the people of that pluce and of
RtsmarcK across the nvur are panic
A ohbst volume of uatural fcfa, of winch
wonderful s'ori'-s were told, vm str'jck
reentiy at FL Worth, 'icx., at a deptu ot
Ci.stKiNo ho'ise rtfturiiM for welc c-.df-d
February 11 showort uu umtul"-- u.;ci i-uiu
of J .'4 comparod WHh ttiu toi icsp udtrig
week of last year. In I.uw Voja tnu ii"
crease was U.U.
il(.ra was slow on the Ld'hIou Kh
raue during tho wp' K end-d K Im-ij ury
II, Prince llisinarck's spo.M:h (.dViii u tut
pontic effect Tbe puns Houru uu. dial.
In Osnnany the bourses were tim.
Jl'boHKkTfur VV4U has been enured
IjjsJiAi. ths JJvur JVub.ui.g Cuu-ui.y,
No. (VV1 J'ronrt'tvftv, New York, In favor of
Anado V. Ileal, for nullify loaned.
Wai.i,4cb Kosa, of Amnrira, defeatM
(leorire Hnnrnr, of England, rerenHy In a
hot-r.x on tho Thames from Putney to
Mortlnke, Theatftkoa wcrolUHI.
A 1KtTRtrTiVR flrn broke nut in Ht Pnnl,
Minn., on Ihe morning of tho 13th. The
lira V m tod In Die biilldhHT oeeupied
by Fooio, Hhnlo Co., Ihittl and Wa
rout a at rent 4. Tho loss ainouitted to
Tup roof of ttie orrtnnnop building at tha
WnHhirtrion navy urd Tell thu ot hor morn
Inn, being tniAble to mipport tho heavy
weight of snoH'iipoii lu Tho duinngo was
estnnttted at t,(Hni.
Knniiiti, tUuef of the Chicago police,
1ms tendered bis rea trimtion.
It Aim I.Kr, who attempted to kill his
tepfiitber, I'.finker llrtst.n, at Chicago,
hua boon Hentenced lo eighteen uioulus'
Tn it autl of Mrs. K.irnh K. Mclntab. wife
of Hi-piny CoHeet.tr of Internal Revenue
Alexnnder Mcintosh, of New Alhanv, lud.,
to break tho will of her father, W. C. Ue-
p.mtv, the greut gliii lnmuiliu'turer. who
died hilt full, Jin- been (xutiproniiaed, ahe
acrtemg to receive property worth rJW.hHU
Hevfi colonil porsoiia were drowned riv
rently wlnir cr.'mng the river near New
Orlc:ni in a skiff. 1 he swells from a hisr
ing steamer caused the boat lo fall to
KlotiTFt'N frei!it rirs were derailed
bear Milwuuk-je, Wis., recnutly, but no one
Tvo Noithern Pacllie freight trains col
lidwl nt full m'cl near Mo-lev. Minn., the
other morning ami lith engines and ten
cars were wr eked. N.i ono wua hurt.
A rTTi.e train on the Lackawanna road
was le.lcw.'oiivl near lleividciv, N. J., re
cently and many aninhit were killed.
CHAiu.ru HtNitt rtt, a pnrnlvtic.aud f-lunan
tl:itea. aged eitli'y threo, were burned to
drain tho other ilrtf m the destruction of
the hospi'al at St. A1 liana, Vt.
Tub MiKti'iite mill, a mated alyvit twelve
miles from Winna. M.nn, and uu old Ittnd
mark, wax destroyed by (lie the other
uiglit, causing fiW.iKid ios.
Trov. Kan., Ki'li. 14. Cujonel r'runk M.
Trnry d .etl at 4 o'clock yeaienlay morn
Ing. He had iK-cn a -ifTeriug for years and
for aovernl months befure his dfiub hud
Uon eimlliied to hit li'd from the ef
fects of a uunahot W"iind rwived at
Wilon's Crock durum the Into war
while a meuibi'r of company A, First Kan
sas volunteer, which whs orif;iur.od at
Leavenworth in June, ltii. He wrs a na
tive of Missouri, ttHvniif Un born In Rails
County in l"vis. He was well known in tSU
Joseph, Mu., newspiiptr cirrlea, having
been on tha yem'J as a writer for several
New Havf-i, Conn., Fob. 14. Tlie P:45 a
m. train on the H.irifonJ branch of the New
Haven & N'ri hu nipt on rtulrond was t hrown
from tho truck near Union ville, yesterday
mrtung. The t UMScnifer ears were over
turned and several pnengera badly hurt.
A wrecking train has been sent out. Tho
accent is said to have b?en caused by the
spreading of 1 be rails and the derailing of
the tram, which ran acme distance and
then overturned down an embunkmonu
Mrs. R'tyec, of Now Usr'ford. ia t bought to
he fatally . injured. Three others were
Hi'niNortKl.b. Ma. Feb, 14. Hon. H. R,
Bridges died of pneumonia and erysipelas
at his home in this city late last evening.
aLed tbiriy-six years, Uo was a native of
Keutucky. but i:no to Kouthwent Mis
souri when a boy. In politics he was a
stanch Democrat Ho was elected to the
HtateHenate from t!;n Rarry County dis
trict six years ago, but a few mnnths ngo
lie removed to this city to better accommo
date his extensive lo.tl practice and ho en
joy the advauiauus of the schools here,
Uis wife and threo l.Uie children survive
Wamiisoti.n. F'-h i A decision was
rendered by the l.ii'ed States Kupreme
Court yestei'dav in the Chinese immigra
tinn case of the United States agaiust Jung
Ail J-ui(f. brouiflit here by appeal
from the Cireu t Court of the United States
for thedistnet or California. The decisioa
of tbe lower court bv vlrluo of which Jung
Ah Luue was discharged from custody on
B writ or habeas corpus is ararmed. Opin
ion by Mr, Jusiieo Ula'elifurd, Justices
Harlan, Field and Lamar disseunm,
Wisom, Minn., Feb. 14. The Mosquito
mills, situated on the North branch of the
Rolling Hione, about twelve nines ffam,
Winona, burned completely down Friday
night Tho property was ono of the oid
landmarks, ar.d was owned by William
Duncanaon. Loss, iT ij; insurance, -W,-WU
The origin of the Hre is unknown. The
mHs wil probably bo reouiit.
St. Lor ip, Feb. R The Asrnea Herndon
Cnmdy Com puny is practically siraoded
h-;re. Cons tables are attaching every
thing for the benefit of K mtocn and local
creditors. AfansgiT Jctei lost, uis suous
tn this mnnner. U hore are a number of
uuarriila between the members of the oom
panj also, which odd lylhft uupleasant coo
dtuon of affairs.
MR. BLAINE DECLINES.
The Maine Kiatesuinn H rites a Letter Prom
Italy in Ulilch he Oeciiues to be m 1' resi
dent lal Candidate.
hnTsm ur.ii, ha .F h. 13. The RiMaburgh
t'Muuttrcia,'tnntU pubnsties the following:
Mr. li. F. Jones, chairman of the National
Republican Committee, has received a let
ter from Mr. Hiame declining to ui low bis
name to be presented to the Nunoual Re
publican convention as a cnwiidate for the
I'rotudenilai nomination. Hr. Jones, when
asked whether Mr. Rl&me's deel'iiation
Would preveut h?s friends from nommatiug
him anyhow, snid: "As I am chairman of
theNutional Comnilitee, I do not think It
woutd be proper for me to have any thing
to say oo that subject.''
'Do you think Mr. Maine would accept
tbe nomination if tendered to hunf
"J have authority lospcuk for Mr. Blame
and have no conjectures to offer oo the sub
ject The letter speaks for itself and I
mutt decline to be mu-n iewed ou tbe ques
tion." Ihe following Is Mr. Blaine's letter in
b. F Fq . f biirm i of th X.tional ?
r'omcsc 8. Ita'y. J3n. kV Sill: I wlfdj
thrut;n you to stale to tn ic'-inherfc of the He-punlu-an
party that u.y mine will nt be pro-M-ntcd
to ttif N a' Urna! com-t-nti-nt caiicJ to as
enit)ie in Chicao In J. re- p.-1 h-r tli: tiotn mo
tion of cand.ditti for I'rt.hidi-nl aiid Vice Presi-d-nt
of tlie United biat-s. I am con -.trained to
ibis di-ciicm iiy con.nicra;i(jr,hentir-iy p'rtKnal
ro njv-lf. ol ti)ch you were udvwd more ihan
a year un;. li-ji 1 can not inae tlie announce
tucm wrfioM iriviio; t-k)r'Sion to tnv deep
sen-iC ft n rat it u-ie to Win Ui'iuy l))o'l-arils ot my
count' yii.tu lio Liuvti -u.iaiui'd iw m lot. 4 ar.d
o cordially that tlicli bu" s-ttned toifO
tx-y "i"! the ordinary palihcal ldli-if lice of fel
low paril'.u uii'l lo pari a J" tutnewtiat of per
ionuj atluctirneitt. t'ur ttns most -nerous
loyalty of fnemMnp I ciin make no &Jt-qiini
return, hut I nnaU carry lUu uitin'jr) of it wane
Nor can J refrain fr-m eongrstulaling tbe Re
publican p:irty L-iJfi li cliccnntr proi.pect-1
ubich diUt;K'-i"h il" o- iiliip of the Xatumal
ro!itt-t of I-"" as c'irc(.-a -d ai'h tliat of 14.
Ill lw tlit) K ii m an pr.y turounuut tna
L'tiiou tni-t .th u dinasirous d-.:tat. T-o
htau;t ti.at tiiid i:ppt.r,''d ijrl id and Arthur
tn the rifi ! iiil uf l- 'J w ru Lkinci tr me Ui -ta-ocruu
tilli'-r iv nmjonnus or pluralities. Ttia
Hi-ieitiiUran li ir li.c N-jr' Ir rt: ri clions com
pared wi'li the pri'i-ctJ ., N.ii i-ffial eiw'.ion ex-cet'iir-d
tiidf a nuii.-in n-'.t . ai.u inn cutloral
vol'-i of the t.'iouii, ;.lt f.n li,': ha-ia of lite
i-ijlt ot vt K'-k'f to tin- Democrat , m?r three
foindrcd hi ctor o-:t oi a total of 4t. Th-ro
wjwt a pail. .'I " tct'i u ui t.nor ol tut Kw
piioiuantt iu lliu i.Ui.1,1 of l"vvi. bvlt
ll.O iicniO-ToU li i held po-scbloi
of SfVi-n Northern Hint - s, mmI on the tj iM of
the year roi 1 -sf cm I i.w n-ore than I'm
Iimjunty In l.tiflMu! I .,' ,rf ut the wnotS
cnuntrv. Itut at,'ai:.f-t t ih-"i,'u:"ui-'i;l natu
rally feliiiwil; lli' ii-Mi-f. i,i.iii'S of tin tt
IM0 vcart th' t.pi'it th U.'p itilican party in
the Naiintial coi.t-f-i l-4 i'i-i- h tr; ami tha
ItCp.iUn'ail 11'U1--' -i el '- f, . if.pi the CUIIlpSll.tl
With fcal h CTirp'y I J,,, I lii. l);,.t, f. ,ult 0"M'l.d d
ou the oe ul i -11 s'... .iii 1 i hat si.itu Kas
carried iiy ll.c In iii"e;,it,i. i.,.r-. ..v a o'fuiity
o Hrnuil lt. il 11 r-i.u d h - ti...ii onto
cl'wutli ot (mu per 1 - i.t ot the '-i iire vol-.
The change of a Miile nu- m cm-i-v -j. of lf'
total iiu woidu lino- iim-n Ihe Mate to the K"
p it.;iean. ttn.uyii oi.iy mo veum b lore the
lJ'-i.ocr:tll p'-'-ralltV eiie.-.U'd ;.jii.
Tfifs l'-;-!! ,!,. ot J-"1- ic.'l : l.ai f t'-mon-llrated
r"n.fc ktn'ii.'lti 10 ir.c l(. nn.it' ,tn
rr.ks. Senlnii In our i-iliU'al iit-t-o y ha
p.-.ny. iif-Hic'i in a Natnniai t i-.-t mu. r.U.-d
ir'niediiiiy Hilh kii. h jy.,r 10. li.ii- the
piilit.c-iiifc ;rn'- ;l " ci.ti.pai ;oti In
aiOie t-e;i i, .he -;;int ol the p.Hty 111 Lii-i -B
anu iu i'int in ik-i. '1. 't in i''i (j ri'U pm-S-iit
W1C1I11V a roMrut ' iii do ol ku--! d'.-prefcKi-,'1,
uie otn-r t lit li j jtic riMaL
hliouni Hi m'H 11. li. In the n ': ol
t, r il.o.t of It,-',, in :o.y I ti.e pro
portion of Iti1 train Of Jrs4 .,i,-r l-i-.'l. 11 wi.ijid
wi uic one of tiip ujii ,'.u.yk'ii.,e o ici-ie of
iu cnlire cunt i Nc. lint mi hir i...- ,,111.
p.-'iil im to ;..r-i- a ralio of li.ni.nn, ihe port'
lii-. o.m to in a: nt 10 1. iii,U'.iiv in j.f. of
I-'-', 1' l.' t1' " I" H Nai.-mal chi.'li'lnii-t, t.MTf
N..ri(teni rlaii- i- .l w iih u f.
of atfjl.-K ti.ai C-.1 ILan il Uak l.a'J lor ILt
j past r.11
an.'-m'j the ilcpul.iiciti.-
li'f d Hut iii.'-lioti a ll;e one of C-il.t H'ltM.g
lii..' rlaiiic in llie cati.puiwii tin J were met hy
lliu Democrat it leader add Journals aiiaper
U;bl ttiMiuU( Clout tauut il iiU Utiiitu sUwtJ
resonrre the l'reid nl baa formnately re
moTcrt. The home which the llcpntdle-iTis matntnlned
and the lemtwrsli av.nled tn ha benn
prominently and aipcihc-iliT l,t,tt'.ht lor-snl
tiy the IHmncrl(c rt-iiii ul S'nl cm not be
hidden out ot l;ht In i-wn. Tmo country I
no In Ihe enj-iyun-ot of t'c inMietrial vu m
which In a quarter of a ecu 1 wry l.w auecd a
)arf"r National sjmwih, a nunc rapid accumu
lation Sfd a bfondcr ili-.tr It ml ton of wcitith
than were ever before known to hitrr. The
American people Will now. l- odv i.nd fur
nially atod tn detide wcril-i r ll n )' m
hall tie rccklcoMy si ntid-:i'-i io-,n n new trial
made of an old einertn.eui wltu It na nniforttdr
led lo Nilinual eiiilmrrwu-ni' i ion I n!"n e.i l
individual ditr"s. On lle rotdt of s :c i uu
iwe, fairly presented lo tin pcp.dar jn.i'ii.' nt.
tliere Is no room for itowPI, Oi"' ih.ei; only !i
ticccsary to wce. -cnuipl'-te linniiot.y
and cordial eit-otv-faiufi on the .nri ol aM It
puhliean-i eti the iayi fc th ol thoe who aspire
to lend and of lhue who are rie-i-r to fid
low. Tlie duly Is not one in re I v of hon
orable devotion to the par' V hi'-e record
and whose alms n-e ant.e ptrent. but H
ts on demanded h Ibe Iniiincl of self Inii rc-it
and the still bibber pr.impiint'-. of -lnoii-m.
A ehwer obcn at)n of ihe ci iid;li. ii oT lite
anionic tbe older Nnttont 11 '.ore in
tense desire Uiat lhi Ann ruan pip!e t-hftll
make no mlta;e in i hmnoue the juiticy wlm ti
Inspires laWr wiih bop and rmwn it ailh
dlptitty, which fix en snfctr to capiial and p"
let is its intercut, which c.irt viitu il
power lo every cut tew, comfort and euilurv in
To this end. not Ifus pnmc"v and mere di
reeilv a-, a prtvute cilien ti itt a- n ptii in- r-n-Julate.
I shall devote my "elf uiih tlu con fn lent
Itelief thai tbo adnilnialialloii of the i;ooni
menl wui b- restored to ihe puny wha li has
demoiiftnvted the ptirpo.p and the mw cr to
wield it for the unity and honor of the Rcp'.ib
lie. for the pr-M-nty and pnirt-es ot the peo
ple. 1 am. very sincerely .our.
.t OlM O. Itl.AlNK.
Irii.ix, Feb. ia-Michael iavitt. in a
peech at I hi I key yesterday, said that for
very year ihe Uoverntneut witbheUl hmne
rule from Ireland they would have to shal
low a leek of radical lerilat ion. Tuey
would make Irish ideas penetrate to the
very heart of their laud aytoms,
church establishments Bint monopolies.
Hal is bury was between two tires, but home
rule would bo the wisest and, in tho 'onif
run, tbe safest aettlemunt for hliu and his
The 811 jar Combine
Nw York, Feb. li I town town vunr
Importers are hop-ful that a cargo of i:)
tons of t-entrifugai sugar.vvhich is expected
to arrive from Cuba to-morrow, will call
special attention to the Injurious effects of
the sugar trust, recently ntat-lih.cd in
thisnty. The cargo bos been 1 fT-red at
centa per iK'tind, uiih cost and freigtit,
making a totai of .V'.U cents per pouna,
wilhout finding a buyer. Members of the
sugar tnit, however, have come forward
and bid H cents jer ponnd with cost and
freight, or 8.4J cents hi all. The importer
was obliged to aecopt this bid. If is s'ated
on the street that the trust ha Issued $15,
UuO.ijiiu mortgasre on the plant put into the
combine by the members.
GREAT FIRE IN ST. PAUL.
Hundred of Thosians- of Ioliars Worth,
of Properly ( nnsii ini.
Pr. Phi Minn., Feb. 13. About three
o'clock thi morning the alarm in the Kyan
block cailed the tire department to tbe cor
ner of East Third street and Waeouta, The
two upper stone of that portion of the
buildiug are occupied by F.te, Hhulie c
Co., and were tilled with smoke. The
Hyan block I aituate I imuiodla'e
ly opposite the building which
burned several week ago, entailing a lo-.s
of HW,0d0and wuose ruins are atuMinuuid-
enng. The firemen found great tlifticjlty
in locating the seat of the lire and tho
smoke increased. A second alarm was
turned in and wa followed by a third. I
which brought nut the whol department,
llespit the efforts to suppress it, the Hre
soon bad possession of t lie entire portion
tfoeupied by Koote, HohuU tk Co. The Kyan
block fronts on Third street, a front atio of
about sixty feet, and runs back to an alley
on Waeouta street. The block is five sto-
rle in height and numbers H -"7 and
East Third street. The Kyan Drug Com
pany occupies numben Ifli and it.' 7 with
Wtiolenale urtig. t oot, Hchuice et Co. oc
cupy iyy with boot and shoe. The Utter
firm ban a Third street froutaga of thirtv
feeu The fourth aud fifth floor are used
lor tbe manufacture of boors and shos.
The entire loss is nearly cr imtc lioo.uixt
-a i 1.
New Orleans, Feb. 14. A partv of eight
persons, all colored, consisting of Horace
Carter and bi eldest daughter, Elua, and
younger daughter, llur.tia, Fierre and
r risbie Allen, and friseiUa rimith, Cecilia
Lewi and a boy named ike Carter. crosel
the riier from La liousite plantation to
Dy molds rairview place, on Haturday
afternoon in a skiff. The boat was old. aud
when the party were returning and wore
within lu feet of their bome landing, the
swell of a passing steamer caused tbe
ske to go u v'koos. and se n of the occu
pauta were drowned. Ike Carter, the boy,
saved himself by clinging to a pece of the
nroven Doai none ui too bodies have.
SUPREME COURT RULINGS.
Recent K aline In the Kansas Supreme
Topra, Kan.. Feb. 18 The Huprrme
Court baa reversed tbe judgment of tbo
district court aud ordered a new trial in the
case of Leander F.nley v the Missouri Pa
cific Hailway Company. which wa brought
in Brown County iu l-v5and a judgment of
VX) awardel the plaintiff for dumuife
caused by oommunical log the Texas fever
to piain'itT cattle by reason of diseased
animal shipped by the railroad company,
which were thrown from th track by ah
accident near the plaintiff's premiea T'te
Court, in ita opinion, h-1 J that when a
railway company, trim-parting through
this State, upon a train of cars, cattle dis
eased with the Texas, sp e nc or H pan ish
fever, baa It train wrecked with n the
State, o aa to make It neceaaary to unload
the cat lie, and thereupon ia notified that
the cattle are from Texan and will spread
disease amona domesticated cattle If pr.
muted to run at large or if driven upon the
public highway, it iuou:d coitb! the cattie
at or near the wreck, or oth'.'nvl-e prevent
them from running at large or getting upon
tbe public highway until reloaded. If,
however, It drives tue cattie. alter receiv
ing notice of tbeir diseased condition, utwrn
the publio highway, It does no at us own
peril, and Is liable ur.d- r the etatute for
the damage arising by the c mmunlcation
of the disease or fever 10 domestic cattle
from the cattle o dist-u -1. provided, the
owner of the don:esnc cti ,o uie notguil
ty of C'intrlburory negl-.gtince.
THE HETHorOMTAM HoLtf K LAW.
TopEKi, Kan., F-rt. ia Trie r;iprcine
Court baturday rendered tt opinion de
claring the Metropolitan Folioe bill consti
tutional Thi was in tlio case brought up
from Leavenworth, Toe opinion is a
lengthy one, covering all possible grounds,
and declare the r.gtit of thu Lcgiaiatuio
to raguiate police governin'Mit uf cine,
which are creature of tbe Hmte, exorcis
ing municipal functions under legislative
auioorUy. It ia et forth that thu execu
tive department haa not In any manner
boen granted legLa.auve functions, as it
baa not been given power to change or sus
pend one word of tbo law cruming a meiro
In the case from Wyandotte Baking for a
mand-tinn to compol tho City 1 o iueii to
pay tbe pouto, the court dci-nlc tnut tho
police saUrios ae ) tst debts or the city,
and may be collected the same aa other
debt in the court. Ueuoo H is utme.-wv
ary to exercise the extroroiuary func
tion of a mandamus by too Huprome Court.
This Oecisioo roaftli-m the const itu Uuu.il it jf
of the Mirojiitan Police bill.
4 (.THIOL'S CMK.
Toper a, Run., Fub. 13. Home iinio since
Judge Guthrie granted ati lnjuiu.':l' i) ro
tra.rilng flat Liovernor from orgiimzing
Oram County. The Kupreme Court batur
day dissolved tbut injunctioti. holding thut
the Governor' otbcea were purely ministe
rial and mandatory, Thoru was soiiw law
in tins case, but little common senae. A
1 conceded, there oould bu no ponaity at-,
t ached lo the Governor fop diHobcymg the
ordei-s of Judge (iuthrie, who might hue or
imprison hm for contempt, but the Gov
ernor could so quickly and so of leu pardon
himseit as to make any judge a very weary
man. It is understood that there will be
a uoih:r injunci.ou asked for immediately,
Hoof Craahtul lu.
VV-.nii,?i, Feb. MThe roof of th
ordiMhr building at tha Washington navy
yard leii m iu. morning, being unable to
upport 'he h-vy weiirhl of nnw upoa It,
Ittu damage isstimsled at avt,(Xi,
Oral mil fj-ovlslons.
fcLsss Cur Feb IU,
rif''(-..rir,n; XX. WW; XKK Vmj)
1 'if' fan.-iy. ti.iyjtx.n, cboiaa, l.&il.O). Uucy,
wm-si-Htron.'i r; No. soft winter May, )o
b'd. Mc uk, u.
J 1 OiiiH-i-inner- No cusb ami r'ebruacy 4-io
, bio 44c hi d; aUicb, -W'tc bid. 4le ado-d;
1 M... a- hid. 4- iakod. Nu. It aii.U', Mi-y,
1 - -! led ' h-m ,
no ui i nor on;rings.
I'M4jUL'i:aljLiur, stoauy; ormery, fa'fT,
f.o; (fooil W'itTo; fl,i dalrf. Hiubi: SIW44
pavu. euo.o, it$;ifc fc-n), wcnk at lix
faYYrsirwa flams (snznr enredl, llfli
bresUfsi bsonn. Ib'tei dried beef, Oct elnnf
rib sides (mohfnt1, 1S4B, king clear lid",
x.1A; shoulders, Hull short rlenr itdes, lB.ad
m" pork, f 14 tleroe lanl. f Vl'i,
C'STTl.a- Htesdy; cows, W.H) lift ml; bUlOher.
.li.-itoj sninin-rs. li.NiM.V
Rhrrf In demand: anlcs at?msnr.
Hims Lower; pack inn and ahipptng, 4.W)
Qi.VWi hill it, "V
' tT r.OTTts, Feb. It
"rnttn-Ktesds-, XXX. ;jv,m,0; XX.ImIO
12 f Midi v. -'.Vnia.l; choice, f.H(tv:,iW(
fancy' fcir.-t ..
VNAT-H. lfer: No f ri-d. rnih, H; March,
c,r)U'l: Aprt). sle tld: Mnv. Hl t f w)io.
Coim-rnt-elili-il; c.i. AUm. March,
V'Sc: April, 4,ci May, -IT'tQi; i'iMTS iHTe,
Uats- Kirmer; vash, VB1ci May, Wlt4mi-,
int.KT tniet: verj Iiltte drmnnd.
Pmiot'ca Untter, unlet; ereamery, Intt.iOOl
dniry, W F.rifs. lower; frcli, Cte.
Pniivisioaa-Quict. pork, m-w mess, tt,no.
I.fint, steady; weHera steam. -Him. Dry sailed
meals boied shoulders, fo .T.I; long clears,
. hT-t: elear rlb, .t stiuet olsars, Itt ivvt
Hams. Slemly at Itl.MlitW.tll.
CATTt.a Sironn, choice heivy naltva leers,
kt id,.i v; fair lo rod- ts.tiii.; butchers',
tl I' 4
HiiRar Rteadv: fair to fancy, IS 703.1 an.
Hons Finn; choice heavy and butchers' SO
lection. f5.:U0 GS; pnckinji, Ift 5,
unitisnoi Feb 1,
ru-rtt-Stea-tv; winter wlieau lti.ru tffit 3R
pntur.' t.Tj'4-l..'W); rye, i.Uiua.lit buckwheat.
Whrat Innetlvej No. t snrtnR TSt-tftrSStoi
No. a spring. :-!: No. red. ',c.
CtiHN A shade higher; No. 4, s'to,
Oaiw lletter: Nu. k, kno.
Htr-No. y. mv.
Fmiot'oa llnller. inneihei ?reamerr,7Sfr4oc,
dairy, lo'i'-j-vd . k.ntt linn and scarce at
Piiotisio!!! Meat p-irk, ti I, a&U.Vii. Lsrfl,
tTftV Short nb sides, loose. ;.'. Dry
salted shoulders, b.ised. to OOtSu.lU, Short
Cicar sides, boxed, tK.i,c HJtt
WniHRV litlllerV Itiiislied mods. l 14
Cattm Hull; choice, awtMvw); steers,
H 44 l.
bnp.cf-aioady; natives, H.SdfiJi.W; lambs,
Htma-Slow sad steady; mixed, fS.l.iao.aoi
hear, K m-'.ii.
Naw Ynnn Feb. ti.
FropR 0'iU and unchanged; supertlne, at.40
Jtn rotnuioii to (TOimI western extra and
state, rv lj;i :WV; gtwd to choice do., tt.4onn.tif).
W 11 rat t inu ; No. -4 spring, nuC; tin
nnfrnidcd red. HOV-Wci No S red, wHe;
IVbriiarv, kh14;;k-c; March, nttfuo;
April. UU tl tnjmtte; May, HI MMl I So.
LMiia Kirm; uiitiradnd. OO-r.ilov.t); No. 8, Feb
ruarr, WSo: March, Ml'ic; May, &ui'''tt.Se.
Oats Hurhcr; mixed wesiera, diQillci white
western. 41 iUTa
1'iiiiM'cit lliitter, filt aid steady; western,
Ht-'uc. Kfi-s, firm; west ru. WVM'ic
FHOVlRiuKt I'orlt. steady. Cut meal steady
pickled bellies. T!rt -mo. Lanl, hiyhor; chuito,
ht; city steam, IT Ttl.
Catti.i! Dull; aiiitrrnm for common to
cxxl steers and fc.54') for bulls and dry
SHBie-DuU at 44c for shoep and &Vi37e
Jtoaa A shade firmer at W.fc3&.70.
A Lilt ol Candidal! at Prastnt Announced
Below will l)e found a list, as near
eoiupk-te iu possible to niske at this
tiniu, uf eaudates aimounced and pros
pective for places on the Democratic
Mute ticket. Thoru will no doubt be
man -changes In the list before the year
grows much older.
A. 1. Moorehouie, Nodawav; lJuvid
li. H-aiiuM, John M. (ilovur and J. K.
('IsilMinif, of St. Louis; Martin JL.
(.'lardy, of St. Francois.
Lltt TENANT "iOVl.HNoif.
David A. Hall, of Pike, Stiite Senator
('iavciinib, of Jaantr: S. K. Bridges and
.1. l. Dnlintr. nf fiui..- A..,lrs Mu
kay. uf t hantou, aud Oeore Alien, of
S I'KLMt Ji'UGE.
II. Clay Ewiiig, of Kansas City, G. 0.
Bur;.i-j, of hiim, Shephard Burulav.of
St. iuiiis, 1. P. Stratlon, of Vernon,
1, V I'eAimond, of Baten.
StCKETAKV OF STATE.
M ichael K. McGrath, of St. Lou in, A.
A. Leseuer, of Lafuvattu, J. H. Bucker
of Ho.no, J. I). Date, of Shelbv, James
A. litrnci', Carroll, Simon Crouon, of
Moniteau, aud H. M. Yost, of tit. Louis.
.John T. Clarke, of Colo and James
M. Si'lucrt, of Cape Girardeau.
Kd. T. Xolaud, of J nek sou, aud E.
H. H.t'Uugtf, of Chariton.
TTOltS EY 41KNKKAL. f
B. (i. Boone, of Henry, J. V. Booth,
of r iiuiklin, W. VV. Kaiiisay, of Noda
way, Nut M. She 1 ton of SoUuyler, Major
JijIui B. (ieniiia, of Cape (iirarduau, J.
W. Alexiiuiii-r, of Davieiui aud J. M.
Wood, of Clai. .
ItKOlVTEK Uf LAN 114.
Kobert MeCullocb, of Coopftr, J. C.
Junirr-40ii, of I'ike, Captaiu Guibor, of
Loins, James Jr. lluwu, of Mivcou.
(Mineral Jamea liarding, of Jcllerson
City, Ca.-por Erhaid, ol St. Charles,
Charles L. Gill, of Calluway, JJr. A.
Webb, of Crawford, J units Jr. llatton,
of Wayne, Albert U. Allen, of New
Madrid, K. M. Held, of Kansas City, It.
M. Wniie.of the Mexico Lender, W. ti.
L. Juwutt, of the Shebinia Uemocrat,
M. K. Brown and Steve hugaii.of Kan
sas i'ity, J. Ueutherage.of Carroll, Wal
ler Young, of St. Joseph, N. W. '1 Uouias
of Jeiternou and U, C. Kennedy, of
1 'here is only one judge to elect for
the St. Lou it court of appeals. Can
didates inenlioued fur thu plucu are as
follows : W. 11. Bigs, of i'ike, Judge
J. J:. Dimiing, of Washiulon county,
Judge William Carter, of si. franco is.
Ail three ol the judges of the Kansas
City court of appeals will be elected
tli is time. These are thu following can
didates : James Ellison, of Adair coun
ty, oue of the judges at present; W. P.
Hull, another of lue present Judges; J.
Hftrkin-.oD.ot littles county, J. W . Boyd,
of St. Joseph, James H. Can it, of Hen
ry county, E. U. Brown, of Jasper Jas
per county, John C. Gage, of Kansas
City, ii. li. Shields, of Curthagu,Judge
JuugeJohu Jb. tli i lips, presiaing jus
tice of tins court, wui also be a candi
date for ru-eloctiuu.
You may do some men ten thousand
favors and treat them with every cuur
Lcy aud coimidnration, and yet the
first opportunity they get, they show
i heir ingratitude and narrowness of
mind. A v iper displays eu,uul sense
and magnanimity- if yon attempt to
controvert or disagree with tnein,
whctin-r on political, religious, tem
pc ranee or any subject, you gain their
itninKiMty and they become our ene
my until some favor is again wanted;
Uu'ii, like a codling moth, they try to
mg.Hlirtle themselves once more and
girt your good will by appearing meek
und" rt-gifciful. Sueli vermin are con
temptible. Men of broad liberal views,
men who have brains large euough to
not bei-uine petulant cranks aud exhibit
a spiteful, vindictive disposition
because they are unable to hare every
thing their own way, are the ones that
distances all other in the race of life.
The above picture fits, just a few
nrouud this town, so well that we can
not refrain from printing it, however
they are so thoroughly marked uow,
thut their hycophaulic whining will
be fully understood iu the future.
Of the many strange wills that are
made by wMilthy people to control the
di-.po-itiouof their properly afterdealh.
perhaps the strangest is that of Mrs.
Lonisa Bamsdell, of Bodies ter, New
York, who leave property valued at
wlliD,'"', and decrccH that, with the
au-pthm uf a carpet and a stove given
to her daughter, andqMJD to hergraud
n, the entire amount ihall he devo
ted to defraying her funeral expenses
ttnd i-i-.'c-iing a monument to her mem
ory. Sudalia Democrat.
American citizens were picking tei
lei iu Minnesota aud oranges In Cali
fornia on the same day. 'i'hoy were
tobogganing in Maine and having a
plg-mu iu I'guiuool,
On this House for Bargains during tho year 1888.
We liavo carefully Btudiud
tl 10 prevailing style and bave
bought largo quantities of
that class of goods -which wo
knew would delight and satis
fy Our Customers, Join hands
with us for another year
Share tho benefits of Low
Cash rrlCCH and tho ro -
suit will givo mutual satislac.
Our jSprlng- Purchases n wiving;
dally. Call and see ILein.
J. C. BROWN MERCANTILE 0,0
Class l;i C::l Itilin ii EbI Mtithiiki. Eichnonia'Mo.
ROBT- L. JACOBS,
THOS. Xji. JSIZZklL'V
SADDLE, HARNESS, and SAD
Having purchased the stock of Mr. Slmw. I will continue
business nt the old stand and will keep a full stock of goods
at tho lowest prices.
Ft, L, JACOBS,
A. J. BOTTS & CO.
Have opened out
j st'OCk Of
Furniture, Hattresscs, Bed Springs &c.
L'l Stairs over Mai'.sliall Shoe Store,
They have an entire New Stock, bought at bottom Prices,
for cash, anb they want trade. Ihey are especially prepared
to fit out young couples or new
lor house-keeping and will offer Special inducements.
Come and See "X'la.eim
A lady teacher of music out west in
serted htr professional card in one of
Uie county newspapers. It waa aeeu
by an old lover in Chicago, who at once
limited her up, explained his absence
of a junrler uf a century aud married
her. It pays to advertise.
The Hannibal Journal favors the
nomination aud election of some other
person than Mike McUrath for secreta
ry of slate; aud judging from this and
that, Alex Leueur, of the Lexington
Intelligencer, comes pretty near being
the Journal's choice. The wood ap
pear to be full of Democratic editors
who have reached thu conclusion that
Mutiralh has been honored sulhcientiy,
aud should be retired in favor of some
oue who haa done fully as much for
his pai ty, without any recognition
whatever. Uedaiia Democrat.
NOTICE OF AUMlNlHTlt&TJUN Is hereby
it 1 veil liul IiLU!i-m ol imnimiMJ-aLmii luitt
ot-en rail leu lo tub uutloniiitnetl u Uje pruuU
uuuxi ui iij couniy, Miaituuri, ou Umj cbuuu ul
AUAM U. Alurrlil, Uev d
date January zs, isss.
Alt inutiuii bavnu clalinn aKahmt satd ettat
aru iV'iuirvu iu f 1.111 uu iuuhi lo aiiottauue, uii.
111 ui i year iioiu uale ui nam it-iujiit.or lu,.,,
MiU e'Lale and 11 auua claiiui, art) uul preH.-tl,,
If iSA.NtV fc.iUUf rlii, AOUJ
Beautifully Illustrated. 25ctsJ3aYear.'
ITS aCOPE.-TMK AMRRICAW MAOAZINR
rtiiioiu Amtioin MriUra fill ita iiim .fli
vuUtjr of iiitrtinK LikIin o( uid dTuu
nro mrUI nd uiiutt toriea, dcucrlpln kc(iacla ol
tor Uni'im coiiitirf man mot tomra, brief -uj rm
thn foreman frotlltUW Of 111 Mtltfd, Mid, 111 ft&urla
Distinctively Repretentativt of
j-" American Thought and Prora.
tt U arknnwlilrMl hv tha praaa and pul.ltc to ha th
MtMl pciiiiliir-aiS MtriljUaB af lk klma
I M P OR TANT. &Z?Z:t
ilu.ir.i.d Pr.Mii. I I. 1, ..4 la.
i"'.T.?".',' i" "" "'l Praum
lu ( lul. R.1MN, will rt. mm racial 9f
. . . j&r&iji
" HMnll-U an4 ni-
wuitnl lu aolltlt aiibarrlptlw-u. Him m.a
for avliMlr Urrllir,". .
N .7B Broadway, New Yorhi
PAT10KIS AND FARM
RA.Y UOUXTY, M1SS0LT,,J
Do a fliicml KArm and Household
Ifmumiicu buHiiiefis in tlie county
For further information (Jail on eithet
of the ouiuers or the aent, .Jolm L.
Harrison, Iticninonu Mo.
E. M. KNDSI.KV, I'resident.
W. U- I'l'l'Oll, tieorBtary
JU11N L. HAl(Hl!i()N,
IC. M. KXDSI.K V, W. W. WILLIAMS
J VA.Vl'llt'Ml' W FLANCAsriili
JAMh-i IlUt J 1.. liAHKlauN
W U I lion AUKIAN (JUUUON
if r-f"'", : iv- - -,;,-')
a full ami complete
comers with complete outfits
A fiKNTH W.WTI.H to uiuir.isi for Adver
llnliiK liui -oiume. A sin. ill amount of
mil. iloutMwlu ut.l auii Inteliit-iK-e limy pru
iliu a Liui.tutf r:ti..f m- iiiuf. A-maa !tm -k-v-
-tm auiiurt 'i ouj..ir iu oi.i!iii-ioii 111 a MUKle
M-aitoii huu liK-ur no ihi.uiiai i--.0111 mi 11 1
hii'ium a. inu iiu-ii--i ucw.-oaoci' ulltuo uiU
itatii in At Our, it liiv lL m.jmu and
bini.j'titta --.Utiiiiliiiieiii iirr tilat iua auvtruw;-luiii-
in ncvt I'LiiK in iiml -."ii n mil toauvt rii-
im uk- luiwriu-iiiuii vmulu itit tvn iu oruur
10 uiki.' uu if iiivi'siiiit-K.A m un Aua ur.iiiututr.
l.-ii ui Kimd uuur.T-i.iFi wui. n . 1, n hHi uiiornif a
itllii OivlU.U. IliJV utLdlU uuiuniy lo soi
iWlkuililuiK Itiill.'...!. .ii Aivy by ieiU-r
10 iiio. '. liiiUhi.L to., .L-..-i.o;r AUrr-
tl-IUrf limt'AH. ll OyluKK, - Volk, aUU lUll
jii4JUtUiir will c 9.ia uj ivturn 1111 1.
0. T. OAKMKH. C. T. 4A&MJI, Jtt.
Attorneys at Law
and Notarial Public,
Will practice in Uie a tale and Federal
Oouru. ijuiiecuoiis auU convey aucmif
uromuilj alteuUca to. Uliice weal Main
red a xl uour east ol l'oi OiHee.
J. S HU KES&CO.
I'M up cvii-. 100 SOU.
JOS. ti. jit'OUKS, Trebideut,
Jam llLoili.5. 'ite i'rea.
ULl;.sr.l r ilL'ojii9, Collier.
U. A-ilioitjis, Aa t Catuiar.
Jae. ti. Uuue, tnoino A. Uugliea,
Jaiuea iluguus, ftiurueil ilugaue.
t3T Da geuaial banmug bualaeu.
Jtuy Count, f
Oamtai l'aid iu 850,000
duiuiuaJtuud uu litud v4,LK.U
Will tiauiiw t a U.-n tml Itnukhitf HiulueHS.
HHn"t 1 nu tl tuit-i'.-cl ifj u.niauU. L'
iL W. CUIM'IN, l'reideut.
1. II. uLi.Aia., ice-i'rea.
W. M. ALLlaoN, casnter.
M. W. CitlSI'lN, T. II. U'OOLAltO
W. M. AU.1SUN, U. J. DILUiXI
A. K. KKVIIl UN.
1'. J. builtu, J. K. DllUII.
Jutiu Ciuwiey, W. W. hmitb
J. A. burnti.
1C 11. Finch.
U. I', beluo,
H. b. TlJUUjpdOlJ.
U. A. V ood,
J. W. rihotwrll.
Krpd on haul a full Uuck of Walnut
Ooilma at all tunes, aiul ih Krepartd to
U1 older, either night or day.
PRICES WEaY REASONABLE.
f urmturo ot uU Kicxle.
UiiBhopls located S ioUac eaas of
KnoKville ou tbe T.tiUvUlo roU, near
iiunoett bchoul lioune.
Dou't Ull to giv. Uiui a cull
.mimHLd LLi k, '.iif
,e vi-; s-, rjTirVSMSWrttHl.-, Ktl- -M4
will interest yon
Da n. a xsce,
J D BALL,
Attorney at Law,
Ale Prop-ontln-; Attorney of Ray
eounty. Odlc-a fn court houge. Bual
Bt promptly attended to.
Attorney at Law,
Will attend promptly to all btilne-s
Rltruited to hi, care. Office In building
outh of the Democrat office.
Attorney at Law,
RICHMOND, MO, .
Win piacuce In all the Court! of the
tount) ai.u elirulu Hpecial attentloa
CiTeu u eelleetloaa, Offlue la the court
ittorifn at Lav ail KoUriis Pstll:.
Will practice In all the court, of Ray.
Special attention (rlrea to collection,.
Offlrw nniulra, twe doom eait of tit
E. F. Ii R. E. ESTES,
Attornaya at La-wand
WlllyrM ta all la Dili dlitM,.
Lar.E au.la M.tt.adM. va wltiti-rooipfalu
. otao. o.m ay c. a.Ti.f . b.b,
FARRia l MORTON,
Attorneys at Lav
Will practloe la all Ihe Conrta of tha
ftate. Office aoutheaat corner aquae,
ap.talra. Weat ef Waaaoa Houe.
II. C. GARNER,
Office orar Kay Co. BaTiagi Bank
6, W. BUCHANAN, B, D4
Office over SaTtnn Bank. Beald.ace.
aerner South and Hhaw u
Earing addet the Mew Roller fr.oaa,
we are now turning out a quality ot
aooa uaaurpataed. Flour exchaagaa loa
heat. BatUfactloa guaranteed.
4. K. HAMACHBR ai BRO.
(Qui Nelderneyer'a old ataad) la the
place to get aa eaay ahaye, a to4 aliana.
w m hh imj c. A 'j nun.
One onf eaat of Marhee' Baak,
THE ART OF, ADVERT1S NG!
KorSlo we will Insert a llne(;ijwoniri) ttiOoo
Mllllwiicupledor Hilly, hunday ur Weekly hvwn
lnimn. llie wurk will nil be Uoue 111 luuttvi,
HfiiJ orlr and elitk in
CEO, P. RO WELL 5k,CO.
li ai( taiT.v
!T6p.eNwprciiuautt3Mi b, laall.aicii
wronoKor ADMiNiirniATioN in ht-i.
iivun that luttcrauf tuliitliilMri.tiuu )mo
Iwt-u k unu-il u Hit! muter ik m -ii dy ilia; fimlia'
cutiri ul liny wjuuly, MlHtoiirl, uu tlie csiul ot
JOHN T. ALU tiH, dee d
date .Tanuary m, IhoA.
All puiuctt having rlalms analnit KaM eitate
aVrurctiUiwl to exlilUtt Itiuiii lorulhmiim-p wiUi
111 out year Iroin UaU til tuua letiti-H, ur limy may
bu preclurled iruiu liaviiitf any U-netlt ui H.titl
uaUu, and ii auch elaimrtarttuut ur.-wni tut wuU
lo iwu y c ttoL'jr iuUl tut Iotvwt dt-iiurrfil.
WaadUM exist In llimiaMmU n-
'furui,but -its aurimitMd by tliv timrvnl
'il lUtllUuiia. '11m.hu urli.. ni Ii.
Mi iMuauoie wurk Hiut cuu Lo ii..ii
wlillo llvini. at houia ahoulii at once ai-nj (heir
wliire-ia lo Hal I.u ACu., I'ur.lauil , Miu,hU4
rc-tvc Iree, mu hduriimiion h-w uutmi
ul ail meta, can earu iruiu o tu J" i.ur duy 411,1
upwarUa whaievar they livg. Vuu art) aliiUU
lr , Cap Hal uul twiuinnl' Home liav uiada
V 0, m aluiay l Um wur. All auc-
tiaa revoluioniil th wnrld
iiiritig iti iuBt tia.f caoiury.
Vut Itaal unuiig tbv WouiUmb of
inl ?yateoi flfwork tliat can be perfotDiei t.1
vtr lliu country witbout MimrutiUM (tie work
rafroili liiulrlif.ni.. a-iav fn.--.. u
do llie w ork 1 illieraojr, y.miin .r vh j 'nu aDt(.
ia) ability required. Capital not nte.lli jou
a ari.-i five. Cut ibiaout uud rtmrn to ua
and wt will aeod you frua, aoiu-niiiuM .f art-ut
valuea Uliiiimitam lo you, thai will "tart
uu lo buatueaa, which will brina u u in murm
niort-y riflu away, tun auyibina m ,1,.
world, Urat-d ouifl( lro. AUUiea. ttw
Oo., AUUaU,MaUM. "
t1?it?ff 9"."rd1 "- Whoroid tlil
HlLflL I "' l,,,'ui H-y Will I,(11 l.uu.,,,4.
ibviti H um Uieir liuiuea aud ItuiilUtM.
Th liroflta are larj-e and Hum lor every in.iua.
1 uu' "aH lliH.111 UU1 lire UuW
a.Aki.-H aavaral huudrt d dollar a ui n.lli . It ia
t-aalfluraut unu Lu niu.k m ..!... u. , .....
day. who ta willing; ui work- ii.tii.er J.x.
ti,utig ur oldt uaiiital not nvudeilf w aiari ) uu
veiyLliitijf new. u apaciai abliily rvtjuiiedi
j"Ui iwr mu uo 11 aa wnil aa auy one
rt rila u ua at oooe'lur lull panic uiara, wtiiub
weutal.lraa. AJditaoa irn 1,11 m. ii..
3 imtffjj DEKTiiT.J