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VOLUME XIX. JEFFERSON CITY, .MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JULY 2J, 1890. NUMBER 32. 69- GEO. A. MgFADDEN rns OjPDEjZN"ie33d .a. itew BOOT AN D SHOE Epitome of the Week. INTERESTING NEWS' COMPILATION. IE LEAD I LET OTHERS FOLLOW) WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF $3.00 SHOE That Cannot bo Surpassed in Stylo, Quality and Finish, OUR LINE OF LADIES' $2.50 Shoe Aro Iho best on the market for the money. Every pair guaranteed to givo satisfaction WE ALSO CARRY A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE "Blue Ribbon'' School Shoo, Tho Best and Moat Comfortablo Mado for Children. A FULL LINK OF LATEST STYLE LOW CUTS FOR LADIES AND CHILDKEN. 237-214 EAST IHIIGKH: ST.jk GEO. A. McFADDEN. UBSORIBE FOR "THE STATE REPUBLICAN." fF you want Job Work call or write. bn our subscribers in tho country Avant any thins or any business M- attended to we will take pleasure in giving their orders prompt attention. ANTON i NATSOH Tho Very Lntosfc and Rest Stovos Minmfncliireil, Fully Warranted. Call and Sco them. Guttering, Light ning Rods,' Novel tics, Etc., at tho Lowest Prices and Warranted. WOOD, COAL, GAS, GASOLINE, STOVES. TINWARE & METAL B.OQFING 13F-ALL REPAIRING NEATLY D0NE.1BSS No. -10 3 West Main Street. Opposite Gas Works. HENRI" J. DULLE, BERNARD DLLE. J. W. SCIIULTE, l'rcsldont. Vice-President. Secretary & Treasurer. CAPITAL STAR AND VICTORIA ROLLER MILLS. s i? o - p e. a re 2 a a 5 g. p s P pr a 5. C a u 3 al & a w -a FLOUR MFAL AND MILL FEED G. H, DULLE MILLING CO, - west -mljltr stie-eje'i?. first-CteLiinifiiiis CONGRESSIONAL. TnB day ira passed in the Senate on the Kit dlscusitlns the sundry civil appropriation bill .... In tho Homo tho land grant forfeiture bill wa passed. Ily Its term over S.OM.OOJ acres ct land oro restored to the publlo dornatn. AN amendment to Iho tariff bill was Intro duced In the Rouato on tho 16th, giving tho president power, arter ono year, to rclmposo the duty on sugar If advisable. The sundry civil appropriation bllt was further discussed. Jn tho Housa the original package bill was considered and the bill giving tha widow of Gen eral Fremont u pension of 13,003 a year was fa vorably reported. IN tho Senate tho sundry civil appropriation bill was passed on tho llh with amendments approprlallng f7,09S,0W for National soldiers' homes, 1113,000 for geological surveys and 813, UX) to purchaso ground at Indianapolis for Inter ment of .oldlcrs,...In tho House tho deficiency appropriation bill iSi,no,ioiwis reported. Tho original packago bill was further discussed. A niLt authorizing tho construction of npon- toon bridge across tho Mississippi river at Qulncy. III., was paspfd In tho Senate on the 3lst. The tariff bill tvas further discussed, Tho death of Itopresentatlvo Walker, of Mis sourl, was announced, and as a mark of respect the Senate adjourned,,,. In the House a bill was Introduced authorizing the Secretary ol Agriculture to establish uniform grade of all kinds of .grains transported from ono State to nnnncr, or; to any foreign country. Hesolu ttonswero adopted oppressive of the sorrow v, lib which tho House had heard of the death of Mr walker, of Missouri, una an adjournment v. as taken. At Pittsburgh, Io., thmrophcey of a fortuno-teHor that JerinBfMcDowoll's cddlntf dress would bo WbjL- shroud was fulfilled by tho (rlrl'ssulclflpon tlio ISth. Foil tho week ondodiJSjtho 19th the porcontngos ot tho basOTlall clubs In tho Players' Lcaguo wowBJ'oston, .000; Brooklyn, .084; Chicago,'-,; new orl(, BI2; Philadelphia, .oswr Pittsburgh, 430; Clovoland, .420; BufHRp, .273. Tho clubs In tho NationalaKfaguo stood! Philadelphia, .054; llrooiafn, .04(1; Bos ton. .018; Cincinnati, tW!!!. Chicago, B07; Now York,. 447; OTVoIand, .202; lttsburgh,.233. ?jj DttitiNO n llro in tin Hotel rtt Denver. TSjT.. on Johnson saved tho llVtBjoI nirls. but lost his own ltftftn " ... 4, Double or Single, for City or Country, or for Commercial Travelers, at the est Rates given In Central Missouri. Horses Boarded b) tht Day, Week or Month at Reasonable Rates. 'ftill'or addrwM T. WSU ft CO DOMESTIC. Tim mayor of Ilod Wine, Minn., on tho 17th proparcd an ofllclal list of the victims of tho Lake Popin disaster, by which It was shown that nlnoty-sovcn ot thu 175 persons on tho Boa Wing lost their lives. Tan steamer St Lawrence ran Into tho yacht Catherine on tho fit. Law rnuco rlvor near Alexandria Hay, N. Y., on the 17th, and out ot a party of twclvo on tho yacht flvo woro drowned. lhoy wero all from Bradford, Pa. Two coif.NTUitrr.iTr.ns, members ot gang that had beon Hooding tho country with an excellent two-dollar silver cer tificate, woro captured by tho Now York police on tho 17th. III!'. Natural Brldgo property In Vir ginia was sold on tho 17th to a Massachu setts and Virginia syndicate for 200,000. r hank vii.T.KriMA.v, secretary of tho German and Centennial llulldlng and jyoan associations at Donvor, Col., was on tho 17th said to bo short In his ac counts about 530,030. Piii'.siiik.nt Hamhson on tho 17th ap pointed u. u hpaulding, of Michigan. Assistant Secretary oflho Treasury, vlco uoorgo u Ticlionor, resigned. A iiomk for soldlors' wlvos and mothers was dedicated on tho 17th at Madison, O., by tho National Woman's llullcf Corps. Tub threo llttlo sons ot Otto Oolden. at Momoovllle, O., woro struck bt-light ning and killed on tho 17th, and llon- jaroln Morton and his son ltufus mot a like fate near Paris, 111. iM-the FfdoraUCourt at-Parls. .Tex, on tho 18th nlno men woro sontoncci'fo bo hanged for murder. LofJS Piri'Kli and David Walker woro killed by carbonic acid gas whllo dig. glng a woll on tho lStB at Franklin, Ir.il. Tiir.titt wero 207 buslnoss failures In tho United Slalos during tho soven days enacu on tno lbtli, against 1117 tho pro vlous soven days. Tm: robbery of S10.C0D from tho United States Express Company In Chi cago last March was virtually cleared up on tho ISth by tho confession of John bla-ot, tho driver of thodollvory wagon who took tho money. Tun upper floors of tho Westorn Union Telegraph building at Now York woro destroyed by llro on tho 18th, to' gcthor with valuable books, film nnd records that can not bo dupllcatod. l,OSS, 5.100,000. NwiiiTlAiloxs wero completed on tho ISth between the Cheyenne and Arup.v hoe Indians nnd tho Chorokco comrnh sloners by which 4,000,000 acres of land in Indian Torrltory will bo thrown open to sottlcmcnt. Nrai: Harllngcn, N. J., (Icorgo Dut Hold, an agod farmer, shot and fatally wounuca his grandson, Oscar Ilodtnr on tho 18th and then cut his own throat. Kiriiirv-six Swodlsh-Amorlcans woro naturallzod in Chicago on tho 18th and 113 woro granted llrse papers. DuniNd a fracas on tho ISth at Tus cumbla, Ala., Mayor Stcelo was sho dead and John Goodwin and W. P. dial Ion wore probably fatally wounded, Afthii an Illness of twonty-four hours mrs. W. II. Illshon died at Atchison, Kan., on tho 18th, and physicians united in declaring that Asiatic cholera caused hordcath. Qiikkn Jackson (colored) was lynched at Fort White, Fla., on tho 18th by neighbors or Mrs. Kouort Prltchard, whlto woman whom ho had assaulted. Tiiikvks on tho 16th took S10.000 worth of jowelry from tho Iltlss cottago al Saratoga Springs, N. Y.. occupied bv tho families of Vice-President Morton and Mr. Uliss. An unsuccessful attompt was mado on tno istu to rou a train on tho Cln clnnatl, Jackson & Michigan road noar Enterprise, O. Engineer Vandc vendor was killed and tho flroman fa tally wounded by tho robbers, who mado tholr oscapo without securing any plundor. Cyntm Ckaio, of Marysvillo, Mo., local agont for llartle Ilros., extonsivo brokers and real-estate dealers in St. Joseph, Mo., was on tho 18th chareod with having dofrauded his omployors and others out of S125.000. At tho loading clearing-houses In tho Unltod States the oxchanges during tho wock ended on tho 10th aggrogatod 81,115,360,573, against S1,007,803,S0 the previous wook. As compared with tho corresponding week of 1889 tho Increase amounted to '0. Duiiino a sevoro olcctrlo storm on the 80th at Mllnoburg, ha.. Ed Williams, Louis Morris, Vctor Marcbard and Edgar Charles, mulattoos, were klllod by lightning. Mus. Louisa hknokii, of Pooria, III., became so enraged In tho course ot a dispute with her son-in-law on tho 18tU that sho choked to death. Ik a quarrel over a mule trado on tho 18th at Guyton, Or., It, G, Norton, Jr., shot and klllod Wllllo and John Wrd 'brotliers). All were upg; bays. Commercial 0"SOth John a dozen trying to -9 1 olgltho Smith. CcftntyKy., oc- fcur mon wero savo two drunken men. Anotiikii outbreak o Messer foud In Knox currcd on tho loth, niid;! killed A cvci.oxr. on tho lath at Paclfio Junction, la., dostroyodswv'pral build lngs and did other damage. Ono man was killed. It was announced on tho 10th that tho Kansas corn crop had beon entirely dostroyod by tho hot, dry weather. A (iioantic systom of counterfeiting raro coins, with headquarters in Now York and branches In various other sections of tho United Statos, was dlS' covered on tho 10th. i Fifteen buildings at Shcrrodsvlllc, O., woro burned by an Incendiary fire on tho 10th. It was reported on tho lflth that flvo of tho Apacho Indians who murdered bhorift ltuynolds and a deputy recently In Arizona had been killed by cowboys. Mus, Wit.i.iAM .Pnunir. and Mrs, Henry P.iverswcro fatally burned by an explosion of a kerosono stovo on tho 10th atThroo Uivors, Mass. Tun machlno works ot J. C. Todd at Paterson, N. J., woro burned on tho '20th. Loss, Sl.-,0,000. Winsi.ow IlAtiMoN was killed and his wlfo and daughter fatally hurt by their wagon being struck by a New lork Central train on tbo 21st at Wcodsport, N. Y. John CAnr.oi.t. and Daniel Wilt were killed and two others were Injured by tho explosion of a can of gunpowder In Carroll s storo at Logansport, Inu. , on tho 21st. A cLoun-nuiiiT on the 21st In tho foot hills ot tho Santa Klta mountains In Arizona covered an urea of a square mile. Tho bchofoldt ranch was com plotely devastated of crops, orchards and houses, nnd many horses and cattle wero drow ncd. Tm: Centropolls Car t Machine Com pany of Contiopolls, Mo., failed on tho ilst for 5100,000. Thihty-hivi: houses at Poplar ItlufT, Mo., wero destroyed by firo on tho 2lst Including tho Methodist church and tho principal holol llAltsil troatmont by hor husband was tho causo of Mrs. Cora Cary s suicide a Uoshon, Inu., on tho 21st. bho was Tm: Farmers' Alllanco of tho Second Minnesota district on tho 18th nominat ed James II. Ilakor for Congress, nnd in the Sixth Illinois district Andrew Ash ton was nominated by tbo farmers. John Hauiiis, tho largest man In Illi nois, died on tho 20th at bis homo near uscola. IIo was 70 years of ago, and bis weight for many years past had boon botwpon COO and 700 pounds. Govniixoi: Waiiiiiin Issued n procla mation on tho loth calling the first Wyoming election for September 11. Tho Domocratlo and Republican Stato conventions nro called for August 11 in Cheyenne. Dit. CiimiTiAN It.tkus, tho nstron- omcr, was found dead In bed at bis houso at Utlca, N. Y., on tbo 10th. Louis Wai.dkckkh, for twenty years ehiof clerk of tho bureau of navigation at Washington, died on tho 20lh. Tun doath of Congressman James rotor Walker, of tho Fourteenth Mis souri district, occurred on tho 10th at Dexter. J. W, Watson, a well-known literary man and author ot "Jicautllul bnow,' died at his homo In Now York on tho 10th In tho 03th year of his ago. Tm: GovernmonT'tlmbbr agents wore on tho 21st preparing an expedition against Canadian timber thieves In tho nortlrorn portion of Minnesota, John mcuui:, of tho Sixth Alabama xcglinont, supposed to havo beon killed at tho battlo of tho Soven I'lues in tho lato war, surprised his relatives and friends on tho 21st by turning up at his old homo In Chambers County, Ala John SniiNorn & Co. s saw-mill and sash, uoor and blind factory at llrush Creek, Cab, was burned on the 21st Loss, 5100,000. 1IY tbo explosion of a threshing on glno on tho 21st noar Princeton, Ind. Andrew Krotslngor and Charle3 Whlto wero killed, two men were fatally and ono seriously Injured. Sovcral horses were also klllod. Tm: visible supply of wheat and corn In the United States on tho 21st was, respectively, ld,55V,101 and 13,128,101 bushels. Thomas Faiiquhaii, of West liorgon, i. J., was run over by tho cars on th 21st whllo walking on the track. 'Ho saved his threo children by throwing thorn down an embankment, but It was then too lato to savo himself. Two hundred babies, including ton pairs of twins, woro wbeelol In thoir carriages at Asbury Park, .V J., on th 21st. Fifteen thousand people witnessed tho procession, which was headed by band of music. In a drunken spree on tho 31st a Rushvlllo, 111., James Donny and Mrs. a. Wilson wero fatally shot. It was claimed that Mrs. Wilson's husband did tho shooting. It was announced on tho 21st that tho recent doath of Mr. Walker, ot Missouri, tho ninth member of Congress who had died this session, mado tho greatest rec ord of mortality in Congress over known Tun climax of tho recent sensational murder of Engineer Vandovonder in his cab near Van W ort, O., was reached on tho 21st whon Fireman Koadhouso con fessed that ho killed tbo engincor, but claimed bo did so In solf-dofonso, A white frost spread Its mantlo ovor tho lowlands of Perry County, Mass. on tho Stst. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Ai.iiiiur F. Am.k.v was nominated for Congress on tho 17th by tho Farmers' Alllanco'of tho Second district ot Kan sas, and John M. Weaver was nouil nated by tbo Republicans of tho Twon' ty-flrst district of Now York. Thomas Dozr-wici.T., tho oldest turf man In tho United States, died at Rich' raond, Va., on tho 17th. HinaAinr.ii-GicNBiiAt. Daniki. T. Van lluitK.v, who was ono ot tho first to vol nntoer at tho outbreak of tho robelllon dlod at his homo in PlainQold, N. J., on tho 17th, aged 07 years. Thk Farmers' Alliance and Unltod Labor parties ot Minnesota met In Stato convention at St, Paul on tho 17th and mado the following nominations: For Governor, S. M, Owen; Lieutenant Governor, J. O. Darrott; Socrotary ot State, M. Wesenborg; Auditor, P. II. Rahlllyi Treasurer, Erlo' Mattson; At torney-General, M. Ilurllngamo; Clerk of tho Supremo Court, V. W. Kohior. Tmjdoad-Iookin tho Uomooratle Stato convention at Nashville. Tonn,, w broken on tbo 18th, John P. Buchanan, the candidate of the Farmers' Alliance, being nomlnatod for Governor on tho tu'Knlv.flftli ballot. ,,.- .-- --;?7l, MISS0JJM STATE NEWS. TWISTED ZEPHYRS. FOREIGN. A whom: family, consisting of father, mother and six children, wero suffocated on tho 17th by charcoal tumcs in Paris. Count Coniiad broi.iiKim, heir to ono of tho richest landed estates In Ger many, was accidentally shot nnd killed on Iho 17th whllo duck shooting. Wii.i.iam (Iikfin, agnd 80 yoars, and his grandson, 8 yoars old, woro drowned n tho Iluinbcr river noar Toronto, Can., on tho 17th. At Ito3enau, In Hungary, tho parish church, tho synagoguo and soventy louses wero burned on tho l,th- Pii:iiiii: Miiunda, his wlfo and threo children and two sailors woro burned to death in a flro on tho 17th at Quebec, Can. Euohni: Sciiuymhi, of Now York, tho American Consul-General at Cairo, Egypt, died In that city on tho 18th, nged SO yoars. TwnNTV-Tiir.F.r: lnulmaux wero on tho ISth said to havo died of starvation whllo on a hunting expedition In Labrador. Tnr. Immense warohouso ot tho Man chester Canal Company In Liverpool was burned on tho ISth. Lou, j:!00,000. Till! Influenza was epidemic in St. Louis, France, on tho 18th, tho whole population ot tho placo being nlTccted. llusinoss was cntlroly suspended. 1)ii. Firm;", Iho German African ex plorer, reached Zanzibar on tho ISth. It was discovered on tho ISth that a largo number of tho presents given to Henry M. Stanley and wife on the day of their wedding in London had been stolen. AnviriiH ot tho 10th say that a flro In Toklo, Japan, destroyed about 1,000 houses and rendered many persons desti tute. It was reported on tho 10th that Os- man Dlgna and his followers had to turned -to Tckar-.Eevnt. havlni: lost 400 mon by fatnino and sioknoss anil b'olng obliged for tho time being to abandon their rebellious expedition. Tm: sixtieth anniversary of llelglan Independence and tho twenty-fifth year of tho rolgn of King Leopold woro ob served at Hruosols on tho 31st. Hknuv M. SrANf.r.v had on tho 21st rccovored from tho Illness with which ho was solzcd just before his marriago In London. Thk. Irish pollco reported on tbo 21st that 125 agrarian outrages wero com mitted in Ireland during tho last quar tor. Tm: United Statos apprentlco train' lng ship Jamestown arrived at Ply mouth, Eng., on tho 21st. LATER NEWS. In tho Senate, on tho 221, tho Indian Appropriation bill was taken up and consideration of ono-half ot It was com pleted. Houso bill (with an amend ment) to dlsposo of tho Fort Ellis Indinn Reservation was passod, as was House bill granting lands to Miles City, Mont In tho Houso tho Snate sub stitute for tbo Original Package bill was passed by a voto of lilt to 97. Tho Bankruptcy bill was taken up and do- batod at longth without action. Russia has completed nrrangomonts for tho Immcdlato construction of a great naval harbor at Llbau, on tho Italtlc, and tho eonsIdcrnHo onlargo montoftho fortifications thoro. Sov oral railway linos will also bo built con necting Llbau with tho principal cities, and making It possiblo to throw a largo forco into mobilization through thoso strateglo facilities. The pleasure boat Ella H.,wlth barge attached and 150 people on board, had a narrow oscapo from going over tho Falls of Niagara, on tho night of tho 22d, on account of tho suddon stoppage of hor machinery through an accident Ex-Quki:n Natamk of Sorvla is com pletely cast down by her failure to so curo a rehearing in hor dlvorco caso. Sho has given up tho struggle, and will go Into rotlromont at tho rosldonco of hor aunt in Bessarabia. A dktach.mi:nt ot Turkish soldlors who woro on rou to from tholr camp to a woll near Canoa, Croto, to draw water, woro fired upon by a party of Christians hlddon In ambush, and flvo of tho Turks woro klllod. Laikih cargoes of Canadian cattlo aro arriving in Scotland, and a still greater Influx Isoxpoctod, chartors having boon takon for tho transportations of several thousands during August. Thu family of Arthur Wobb, of Oska loosa, la., consisting of his wlfo and four stop-daughtors, woro arrostod, on tho 22d, for beating his throo-yoar-old child to doath. Tim report that Lord Salisbury in tends to withdraw 1,000 of tbo British troops from Egypt is conflrmod, much to tho displeasure of holders of Egyp tian bonds. Mil. JosKPii CiiAMnKiii.AiN and his Amorioan wlfo expect to sail for tho Unltod Statos, on tho 0th, for a throo months tour of tho country. Miss hvmv. Lo.no, agod twont'y-slx yoars, ot Mount Morris, N. Y., wont to sloop on tho 18th, and has not slnco awakoncd. Uei.aiwj is recruiting f hundred plokod Soudaneso (or sorvina In the Congo Free StaVs.' Mns. Giief.nk RouEnTS, wlfo of a wealthy farmer, was instantly killed at Chllllcotho tho other day just as sho ctoppod Into tbo cnbooso of a Chicago, llurllngtoi ,t Qulncy freight to go home, by another train crashing into it Engineer Slngloton and Conductor O'llrlon wero In chargo ot tho latter, and tho whtstlo was blown for down brakes, but after tho accldont It was found that Brakeman Fostor had boon Jtruck by an overhead brldgo 1)00 yards west of tho depot, and was lying uncon scious on top of his car, thought to bo fatally hurt. Mils. FjiF.n. Fox, wlfo of tho telegraph operator at Callao, committed sulcldo tho other morning by jumping Into a well. Sho was suuorlng from typhoid fovcr at tho tlmo. Somf, weoks ago C L. Gage, formorly connected with tho firm ot G.igo & Hor- . ton, stovo manufacturers of St. Louis, , and well known In socloty, collected a sum of money belonging to his mother 1 which, It Is alleged, ho did not forwatd ; to her. A fovdaj3 later ho collected! 5,000 still duo his mother from tho salo ( ot tho Gago resldonco on Washington , axenuo and disappeared. It Is slated that ho lost $10,000 In Pool Alloy. Tnnri: prisoners escaped from jail at Lamar tho other night by cutting a holo in tho floor with somo hooks, which i they got from a cot, and then digging out through tho foundation. They ' wore: Thomas Tracy, who had stolon 1 nearly fifty horses In .Missouri and Kan sas; Sol Davis, charged with robbery, and Charles Haywood, who was in for forgery. I A wimi man, old, nearly naked and with a shaggy beard, has recently been frightening women and children in tho j vicinity of Alexandria. Ho has occa- , slonally begged for food at farm houses, 1 but bis condition has always alarmed i women and bo has been driven away. It Is believed that the man Is no other than William Mars, a prominent old resident of Palmyra, who dlsappearol from that placo somo weeks. Pim.i.ii' Sciisimr committed sulcldo i at Do Soto recently by shooting himself through tho bead. IIo was a veteran of tho lato war, and was In receipt of a pension of S72 per month for total disa bility, his eyesight being gono. Ho Buffered greatly from neuralgia, and it Is supposed that while suffering ho look his life. JnsK CiiAiTKLi. the seven-year-old con of S. L. Chappell, a laborer of Tren ton, was drowned whllo swimming in Grand rh or tho other afternoon. Tho body was recovered an hour later by an- t other boy ton years of ago, who dived -Into ten feet of water and brought It to tho surface. Tim hand and arm of a woman found In tho river at St. Louis tho other day led to the suspicion that a ghastly crlmo had been committed. It is not likely that tho members camo under tbo dls- , sectlng knlfoof tho medical student, for ' tho colleges are. closed during the sum mer months, and oven were they not, dissection is not dono In wnrm weather. Tho fact that tho arm is well formed and tho fingers slender and tapering lod to tho conclusion that they wero sov ered from tho body of a woman who was known In tho upper walks of life. Tho appearancn of the hand and arm showed that they had not been in tho wator over forty-eight hours. John Smith, wlillo lately assisting in rolling a heavy log on a wagon in But ler County, was crushed to death by tho supports giving away and throwing tho log on him. A CASH" of Pons of Veterans will bo Instituted at Conway, In Laclcdo County. At a recent mooting of the stockhold ers of tho Missouri Pacific Railway Com pany, held at St. Louis, it was voted to incrcaso tho capital of tho company 810,000,000 and tho bonded indebtedness . by tho same amount Wii.mam SniVF.NS, a character of bad , record, was arrested at Albany recently i charged with attempting to start a lire in that town. Ho had saturated tho law ofllco of Charles O. Patton with coal oil, with tho purposo of burning tho buildings on account of a grudgo against Patton, and was detected, Had ho sue-! cecded a serious conflagration would i havo resulted. Raiiiii .Taffy was recontly assaulted 1 at St. Louis by a Hebrew named Lelb- enstein, who pulkd out tho greater por tion of tho rabbi's beard. Tho assault was occasioned by tho circulation of stories on the rabbi's part, so Llebon stoln said, derogatory to tho character of himsolf and family. Loibenstoin was arrested. Tm: Stato Grand Lodge of Good Templars, recently In session at Jeffer son City, elected tho following officers: W. L. Little, of La Plata, grand chief tomplar; J. C. Burgess, of Zlnclto, grand counselor; Mrs. Jacob Roldcr, of Tip ton, grand vlco-teinplar; J. W. Ed wards, of Jefferson C.ty, grand secre tary; Mrs. M. M. Gibson, of Appleton City, grand treasurer; 1!. McCoy, ot Now Floronco, grand chaplain; Elmor L. En glish, of Mason City, grand marshal; Miss Inez Mungcr, of La Plata, dopuly grand marshal; Mrs. H. M. Simpson, of St Louis, assistant grand secretary; Miss Annlo Patterson, of St Louis, grand guard; Fred II. Ilrlnkerhoff, of Aurora, grand scntlnol; John II. Ross, of Jefforson City, grand messongor; J. J. Hickman, of Columbia, junior past grand chief tomplar. Tm: body of E. B. Day was recontly found In tho woods noar Do Soto. A bullet holo was in his hoad nnd his throat had beon cut Ho disappeared from Mineral Point somodnys previous. Chaui.es Haut quarreled with his wlfo at Kansas City tho other morning as to which should got up nnd start tho firo, and ho jumped out of bed in a rage, vowing to kill himsolf. In his search for poison ho got hold of somo tincture of capsicum (red peppor), which ho swallowed and undertook to dlo, but mado as bail a failure as ho did at com pelling his wlfo to inako tho flro. Sam Jonf.s recently gave tho peoploof iloborly a weok's cnlortalnraont. Wahk Collins, colored, aged twenty tno, and Frank Sutton, also colored, ged twenty-flvo years, wero drowned t Poplar Illulf while, pjUUinff Vl? ;h?I night In H'?0!' J'Yr Thej Vlay Uavnctn Several Towns HIrIi teen 1'crHnlm Iteporteit Killed unit -Many InJiireil-lIulUHne Leveled nnl Crops Dritrnyrtl, Minneapolis, Minn., July 23. A special to tho Tribune from Fargo, N. D., Bays; A cyclono passod over tho northern portion of this county about throo o'clock yesterday. Thoro woro sovon persons killed. Particulars later. Minnkai'olis, Minn., July 2:1. Tho Tribuno's special from Fargo, N. 1)., says: Dotalls from tho cyelono aro still meager. Tho only thing thus far loarncd is that tho storm struck Bowen, Clifford and Galosburg, about twolvo miles north wostot Huntor, In tho south orn portion of Froya and In tbo north ern part of Cass County, it was a regu lation cyclono, tearing and twisting across tho country, lovcling buildings and destroying crops. 1'lvo persons were killed outright; a man and wlfo woro killed noar Clifford. Wlros on tho branch lino aro prostratod and particulars will bo lato, as reporters mustdrlvoa number of miles to tho A hall-storm also telegraph station. did consldorablo damago to crops about twolvo miles south of l'argo. MiN.MiApoi.iK. Minn., July 2D. A Trlbuno special from Ashland, (Wis.,) says: Tho most rcmnrkablo cloctrtu storm over known In this section passod over Northern Wisconsin and Laku Su porlor County last night. It was ac companied by a torrlllc downpour ot rain and heavy winds. Sevoral houses, barns, out-houses, trees and fences In this city woro wrecked. No ono was In jured. It Is reported from points out sldo that all railroad grades In this sec tion wero washed badly and some dam ago was dono In neighboring towns. Minnhai'oi.is, Minn., July 21!. A special to tho Trlbuno irom Marshall, Minn., says: "Cyclono near Ghent, soven miles west ot here. There wero two porsons klllod and sovoral Injured." A HEAVY LOAD. i:iirI- rlrcninn ItnmllimMp, the SLijer (it lu-er .inil.ienter, -His. Toi.r.no, O., July 2.1. '1. Commei Jal's Van Wert to.) special says: Tho excitement subsequent to the mysteri ous murder of Engineer Vandevanter, tho arrest ot his fireman. Samuol Rood houso, and his confession, has materi ally subsided. Tho report Monday night that Roodhousii had been taken to Lima to avoid tho lynching mob was a mistake, l'oodhouso was seen In jail yesterday by a newspaper reporter. Ho said that Iho short rest he had last night was tho first slnco tho awful tragedy ot last Friday night Ho said: "No ono can tell tho mental agony f suffered; it can not bo described. 1 put on a bold front and had it not beon for tho fact that thoro wero several men at Franklin who heard us quarrel I would not havo madomy confession. It wasall I could do to koop from breaking down when tho shorltl read tho warrant for my arrest. I was not surprised, but could not mustor up courago to reply for somo minutes. At night I lay awako but protended to bo asleep. Imp ing to hear somo remark which might bo dropped that would givo mo somo idea how to act. Slnco I havo gotten thowolghtoil my mind I lost easier. God kno.vs it was not my intent to kill him; ho forced mo to it." At tho inquest yesterday tho testi mony did not differ materially from Roodhousc's confession. Roodhou.so will havo a preliminary hearing to-day Ho will waivo examination and bo bound over to tbo fall term of tho Court FATAL FLAMES. Tour Persons Lnio Tli.'lr I.Hes In a Cin cinnati Tciidiit-ut, Cincinnati, July 2:!. Tho four slory tonoment houso at No. II East, Front street was destroyed by lire at eleven o'clock last night. Tho first floor was occupied by Simon Milieus as a second-hand clothing store, and in this part of tho building tho flames wore first discovered. Minces lived in 'tho second story with his family. Tho llro spread rapidly and cut off tho escape of Minces, his ten-year-old son, Harry, and an unknown woman, supposed to bo Mrs. Minces. Tho bodies wore re covered and takon to tho morgue. Threo persons wero badly burned boforo they woro rescued. Their names are: Nick Waman, Mary Kalmeyer and Eva Minces. TERrFbLE R EVEN G E. A Mexican ramll3' In Texas Nearly Wiped Out. Austin, Tox., July 23. Near Hutton,. a small village twenty-olght miles from hero, a Mexican named Vltola Melena, his wife, two daughters and a llttlo son lived. Monday night about twolvo o'clock tholr homo was Invaded, and without provocation Vltola and his wlfo and a flvo-year-old daughter woro shot and killed. A daughtor and a llt tlo four-year-old brother oscapod to a neighbor's and told tholr story. Tho murderers they say woro J. P. Gibbs, bis son, and John and Andrew Sutton, who havo beon arrested. Tho causo of tho killing supposed to bo revenge. No righting In Siin Salvador. Nkw Ohlkans, July 23. Consul-Gen-oral Martinez, of Guatomala, has ro colvod a cablegram from tho Guate malan Minister to Moxlco, stating that thoro has been no battlo botweon Gua temalans and San Salvadorans. Tho cablegram also says that representa tives of tho five central American Stato'i on tho 21st Instant signed an agrooniont asking Goneral Ezota to vacato tho con trol ot San Salvador. Female rlniiU. Oskaloosa, la., July 23. Tho family of Arthur Wobb, consisting of bis wlfo and four stop-daughtors, aro under ar rest for tho murder of his throo-ycar-old child by beating It todeath. About a yoar ago Wobb marrlod Mrs. Josoph Anslo, and It seoms that sho and hor children havo boon in tho habit ot boat ing this child Inhumanly for somo tlmo. Not long ago Annio Anslo was arrested and fined for assault and battory on tho child. Saturday night tho llttlo ono was sovoroly boaton again by tbo family, and Sunday H dlo'il of thd n Juries InfllSte3! ' ' ' ' I ; Mim h .. M