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f I The St ate I Republican. VOLUME XIX. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOUEJmtlUIlSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1890. NUMBER 39. GEO. A. McFADDEN m X&.53:Jl& OIFIEISrZEJID .A. CASH if OOTEEESHOE WE LEAP TLET OTHERS FOLLOW! 1 OAltRY A FULL LINE OF MEW S $3.00 SHOE Tho, Cannot bo Surpassed in Stylo, Quality end finish. and $2.50 Shoe Av ha best ot tha market for tho money. Etely pair guaranteed to givo satisfaction AVE ALSO 'GABBY A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE "Blue Ribbon" School Sb'jo, Tho Best and Moat Comfortablo Mado for Childron. A FULf LINE OF LATEST STYLE LOW CUTS FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN. V EAST HIGH ST.i3 GEO. A. McF ADDER SUBSCRIBE FOR "THE, STATE REPUBLICAN." IF you want Job Work call or write. F our subscribers in tho country want any thing or any business attended to wo will take pleasure 1b giving their orders prompt attention. ANTON i NATSOH Tho Very Latest nnd Boat Stoves Manufactured, Fully Warranted. CaJl and sc.o (hem. Guttering, Light ning Rods, Novel ties, Etc., at tho Lowost Prices and Warranted. WOOD. COAL, GAS, GASOLINE, ST0VES.K aaaaaanuaauaaarjaaaaaau TINWARE & METAL ROOTING. WALL REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.- No. 4 03 West Main Street. Opposite Gas Works. HENRY J.jDOLLE, BERNARD DULLE. .1. W. SCIljjLTE, 1 t l'rcsldont. VIce-Pro3ident. Secretary & Treasurer. CAPITAL' 8TAR AND VICTORIA ROLLER MILLS. a c a 84 5 " a 1 . & a . 5 3 a 5 S, p Eg, D a, - 2 o FLOUR MFAL AND MILL PEED G. H. DULLE. MILLING CO, west zMZ-A-insr stbb hit. Hrst - Glnss Liuerij Mgs ! Double or Single, for City or Country, or for Commercial Travelers at the Best Rates given In Central Missouri. Horses Boarded bj the Pay, Week or Month at Reasonable Rates. pall or ddrMg tJ, T, WEUU co; Epitome of the Week. tNTEnnsTINO JNCWS COMPILATION, CONGRESSIONAL. GKNCnAI. debnts on the tariff hi I la thn firH. t came to on end 6R Hit) 4ln. A'mcnimolJta placing binding twin en th'6 tree Hit AiiA ro Juoi8 h inlty oA nai '6r hemp from t to 110 Mon Vver6 agreed to, ...In tho Honso nblll Was Introduced to rotlro the circulation of National banks and to lssno figal tender notes In lieu thereof. Too Henato bill was passed to estab lish port W delivery At Blou City, la.- Tho Clayton IlrccMnrldRo election case was further mseusacd. r Most of tho tlmo was pcnt In the Senate oh the 6th In discussing tho free llt In the tnrlT bill, and blndlngUnlna w.. placed on tho list. FavoVabl rerrtfU Vfefo raado on tho eight-hour and ol&ef- l&bor bills which passed tho Honso m.Ih tho Houso tho Clayton,IJrcckliHi1(ti) election easo was again taken hp, W Mr. Urccklnrldgo spok In Ills bun behalf. Mr. Ualicll (ra.1 Wnnunced.thn murder of Claytcn, after tttalch tho seat of llrccklnrldgo VVas de clared vacant by a vote of 105 lS 01. Atth'o cvonlng session' thirty rontlcfl bills iwe'ro rsjtetf. , JH ids Senate on thodtU the consideration of too tarirtwil Iras practlcullf completed, only a few reserved paragraphs remaining to bo acted on. One of tho amendments adopted provides for tho a tnitsslon of tln-ptato free of duty after ISM.,,. In tho House a bill m passed granting a pension of IIW a month to Oencral Henry A. Darnum. Tho conference report cn tho river and hatbor bill was n;rccd to. ON tho 6th the bill In set npaft a fcerlain tract ol land on which tho lilg trtes slant! In Cal ifornia M ft public p4rli Was passed In thb Sch ftlo. The conference ropbrt oh tho river and h.ifbnr appropriation bill was taken up and agreed tu without discussion. The tariS bill Vusturthor discussed. At the ovcnlng session the reciprocity proposition wis discussed..., In the Houso no business of tmportahco was trans acted, no quorum being present. DOMESTIC. 'At thoroeotlngof tlioAmorlcan Rank ers' Association In Saratoga Springs, N. Y., on tho 4th Morton McMlcliacl, ol l'hlladolphla, was elected prcsldont lor tho ensuing yoar. Tiir wlfo of Charles Oraham, living noar Now Albany,- Ind., Was so fright ened on tho 6th by a tlrunlton man swearing at her that sho Wont Into con vulsions, from Which she died. TiIiikk men woro suffocated on tho 4th bythugasos In a cess-pool which thoy wcro cleaning on Staton Island, Now York. A rnir.R offerod for rat-lllllng result ed on tho 4th In 'J0,0:isf rat-tails bolng proscntea at tho olllco of tho Atlanta (111.) Fair Association. Kkvkiiai, housos In tho village of Anlwa, Wis., woro wrecked by a hurrl cano on tho 5th. No lives woro lost. Tm: business failures In tho United Statos during tho soven days ondod on tho 5th numbered 20.1, against lS'J tho preceding veek and 201 the correspond ing Kcok lust yoar. Hon Shei.tox (colored) was hanged on the nth at Laurens, K. C, for tho murder of William Hay Ford. Two op tho Inrgoat natural gal wells ever developed In the I'lttsburgh (I'a.) district woro struck on tho Sin. At l'lttsburgh, l'a., o: tho 5th a num berof tho rlchost, corporations In tho country formed an alllanco against strikes. It was agreed that In caso a strlko occurred to enforco unreasonable demands, whether the strlko bo against one or all of tho associated factories, all work was to ccaso. Tho alllanco em ploys 03,001) workers. Tin: town of Dallas, N. C, was raided by whlto caps on the 5th and many housos woro destroyed. Tho cause for the raid was unknown. Wish Ida. Hunsitkihi, agod 25 years, handsome, cultivated and highly con nected, was convicted of forgery at Soy mour, InJ., on the "th and santonced to tho female reformatory for three years. IIl'it.j City, Slont., was excited on tho 0th over tho discovery of a silver lead sixteen foot wide and assaying SI00 a ton. Laborers excavating a cellar for a business house struck tho oro at tho dopth of twelve feet At the leading clearing-houses in tho United States the oxchangos during tho weok ended on tho (Jth aggregated SI, 094,72'), 7U0, against $I,1:,!I78,'J57 the previous week. As compared with the corresponding week of 18!) tho In crc.iso amounted to 18.1. A (ilia. at Hudson, Wis., coughed up a shlnglo-nall on tho 0th that had been in hor lungs several years. This colcbratlon of tho fortloth anni versary of tho admission of California into tho Union was cotnmonccd in San Francisco on the flth. Fiftkr.v mon wcro killed and many injurod by tho promnturo explosion oi a blast at bpokano Falls, Wash,, on tho 0th. The Ilich distillery at Unlontown, Ky., was burned on tho 0th. Loss, SS0, 000; Insurance, 543,000. i. J. Uickso.v crossed ovor tho Niagara gorgo on a wlro cahlo on tho 0th. Uoy Vn.Kl48 paced a half mllo In tho unprecedented time of l:0i;x at lndc pendonco, la., on tho 0th, bolng the lastest tlmo on record. Tub population of tho Stato of Ver mont, as announcod by tho Consus Bu reau on tho Oih, was 332,350, a docoaso in ton years of clghtytono. The percentages of tho baso-ball clubs In tho Flayers' Loaguo for tho week endod on the 0th were: lloston, .025: Now York, .608; llrooklyn, .580; Phil adelphia, .530; Chicago, ,520; l'Hts- burgh, .444; Clovoland, .400: Buffalo, .272. Tho clubs In the National League stood: llrooltlyn, ,00G; Boston, ,020; l'liiuucipnu, .sue; unclnnatl, .580; Chi cago, ,57; Now York, .470; Clovoland, .293; i'lttiuurgh, .175. Nkau Summit, In tho Cherokoo Na tlon, a frolght train Tan upon a half. open switch on tho 0th, killing tbo on- glncer. Tbo tlreman and three tramps wevo burned to death In the wreck. A cyclone on tho 6th in Uoan and Jackson counties, W. Va., did great damago to proporty and injured many persons. Tins New York Stato Farmers' League was incorporated on tho 0th, tho object being to unlto tho farmers of tbo Stato for political action and to seouro a fed eration of all farmors' organizations in that. Stato. The National Dank at Kingman, Kan., fallod on tho, 0th lor a largo amount John Woiveiitinis, n, section foroman on tho Northorif, I'aoiflo railroad, was knooked down and spulped by Indiana near Hope, Wash",, on tbo 7th. Ho wu Li 11.1.. I J - r. .1 Ik... u IJ 1 t?HIVV '"JttT! TSj "Vu'l fv9Ywr. elcotrl IlEitrmnT electrician, volts of picked tip fi Kilned Cons' Ebver. i. - i. . FIVE Italia: IriiUred noar: btb by an oxp bin dr-rallcd In a colllslo: toad on tho '0 thirty porsona' JiY tho colli nn nlnntrln rdr Hn tliDUtllad in lured, one f Two Fhicidi IlaltlmUrb & tunnel; near II Rfltl Vrnnnlertn lyod ft shock of 3,000 if on tiio 7th and was Until lie gradUallV ft): ncsS, arid wbuld rb: . '.. ' . ' roro killed and rrianv 'rjn Clty Col., ,'ori tho liunning into tiio rear tho Housatonlc rait- ihcar Norwalk, Conn,, o Injured. of a freight train end baf fit tJlovolahd, U.; Dersons were torrlblV a 0arl ,at tlenrd l'rco eellfag, Va., tin tho 8tll and tbrco mcrfAwpr'o killed, lloth cii clnes and a doiwH cars wero ontlrcly do Itrbje'd. 'Jtft- 1 UAllr.s O. VItBOJf. nrlvato hankor nf Streator, 111.,'fiatlod on tho 8th for 875,003. . .5.jl- . The National tonvontlon of Urothcr- hood of Locomotlvo Flrumon convened in annual session at -San Francisco, Cab, on the 8th. DUntMo a funeral servico In tho Bap tist church at 1'lkostown, Md,, on tho 8th tbo flotlf cavo waVi lottlne the fcBrtistt! Utidor'lalter and twB bitll'bearcrs fall IrttU thb cellar. Thd bollgregatloil! thinking thd tiiiUrch Was about to Cot litbsbt rushed from tho church, many beliig hurt. A JiKMoniAt. mooting tH taBmor.y of John lloylo OTieilly was held at tbo Sletrtipolltart t)pcra-Ilouso In New lork Oil tho ovonlng of the 8th, many prom inont porsonages being in attendance. Two STltlKi:its at Albany, N. V., wero arrested on tho 8th, charged with wrocklng tho Montreal express on tho Now York Central railroad rocontly, in which several persons were injured. The mon are prominent Knights of Labor. If Was said on tho 8th that an attempt was tuado to wreck tho Chicago & St. Louis cxpross on tho New York Cen tral road near I'oughkccpslc, N. Y., by placing tics on tho track and tearing up tho rails. Tllnr.i: concorns In Now York run by ICarolson Bros, wore closod by tho sheriff on tho 8th. Liabilities, $100,000. Tun Pennsylvania rallroal ofllces at Altoona, l'a., were destroyed by lire started by a Hash of lightning on the 8th. A hKstnucTtvn forest fire was said to bo raging near (Irass Valley, Cal., on tho 8th and largo tracts of valuablo timber woro being destroyed. Two NoitTK SmiiiE limited trains col lided near Lock port, N. Y., on tho 8th, and W. A. I'lndlcr, of New orlt, was killed, and Kngineer Edson Bradloy and ilreman William Houston wcro seriously injured, IIusik Cr.AY, of Paris, Ky., who re cently forged notes to about 5100,000 and then decamped, was captured at Louisville on tho 8th. At Fort Worth, Tex., Edward Kon ncdy shot and killed Farrls Mosloy on tho 8th, and a brother of the murdered man then fatally wounded Kennedy, Syi.vksteiiMii.es, a prominent farm er of Holland township, ()., was gored to death by a mad bull on tho 8th. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. The Iowa Prohibitionists mado tho following nominations on tho 4th at Des Moines: Secretary of State, C. II. McFarlandl Auditor, Ira Dorcas; Treas urer, T. C ltccd; Supromo Judge, G. It. Turnoyl Koportor Supremo Court, O. B. Crawford; Clork Supremo Court, D. F. Spurrier. Tho platform declares pro hibition Is tbo paramount political Issuo of the party, and declares for a tariff for roveue. Edwaiii) F. Notes, of Ohio, who served with distinction during tho war, was Governor of Ohio In 1871, and was Minister to Franco under President Hayes, dropped dead in Cincinnati on tho 4th of hpoploxy. Ho was 58 years of age. Nominations for Congress were rnado as follows on- tho 4th: Iowa, First dis trict, John II. Gear (Rep.) renominated; bovonth. J. 11. 'Weaver (Labor). Mary land, First district, (!. M. Ilussum (Rep.); Third. B. II. Pullman (Rep.); Fourth, II. II. Goldborough (Hep.) Michigan, Sixth district, William Ball (Rop.). Minnesota, Fifth district, S. G. Comstock (Rep.) renominated Mississippi, Fourth district Nicholas Ford (ltep.)i Thirteenth, w. IU Wado (ftoD.l renominated. Ohio, Third district, Oeorgo W. Houk (Dom.). Wisconsin, Third district, Allen Bushnnll (Bern.). Tonnes boo, Second district, J. C. Williams (Dom.). New Mexico, Anthony Joseph (Dem.) renominated. NewJorsoy, First district, C. A. Ilorgor (Rop.) rcnoml nated. Kentucky, Third district, I. II. Goodnight (Dom.) renominated. Chaiiles Stewaiit was renominated for Congress pn tho 5th by tho Demo crats of tho First Texas district, R M. Harrison was nominated by the Repub licans in tho Fourth district of Arkan sas, and II. F. Uartlno (Hop.) was re nominated in Novada. "The National Reform party" Is tho name of a political organization formed at St. Louis on the 5th. Tho platform demands the abolition of National banks, prohibition, Government control of railroads, uniform marriage laws, pro tests against the alien ownership of lands, favors tariff reform and tho ro strlctlon of pauper immigration. IL IC. Coi.com) was nominated for Govornor of Novada On the 5th by the Uopuhllcan convention at Virginia City. The Texas Republicans In Stato con vontlon on tho 5th at San Antonio nom (nated a full ticket with Webster Flan agan for Govornor. Rktuhnh on tho 5th from tho rccont Vermont election gava l'algo (Itop.) for uovornor a majority of 12,858. The Legislature will stand: Senate, 29 Ro- puoucans, i uomocrai; iiouso, 177 lie- publicans, 58 Democrats, 3 Farmers' League The Stsrto convention of tho Union Labor party mot In Milwaukee Wis.. on tbo 5th and placed tho following tlcLot In tho Held: For Governor. Itou ben May; Lieutenant-Governor, Nolson P. Allon; Seorotary of Stato, IVltllnm m. JvOckwooui .treasurer, Alfrort.Mann beltneri Attorney .General KeroJUo ouawvftdj 2;;" 2r"Sl,19l5i ,,g'vpi W. Stowart) Railroad Commissioner, U. 8. Illshotil Insurance Commissioner) Charles llaldtl. Tltrj platform ileniiinds Stato bivrle'rstllri i)l dll pilblle lmproV Incnts, tbo iibolltldri Ut child labdr lit factories, tho abolition of convict labdr, compulsory education In tho English language and tho establishment of a bureau of agricultural statistics. The funoral of ex-Governor Noyos, of Ohio, took placo In Cincinnati on tho Gtb. Jeiiiiy CitAin, a colored man, whoso ago Is given at 113 yoars, died at Ilelnlt, Vls., on tho dth. Jt'lior. J.oins It. MAtilENT, oris o( the most promlriont mod In Illinois, died nt his homo in Kprlngflold on the hhi aged U years', CoNfiiiKssioNAi) Nominations A'Crd ipado on tho 0th as follows: New Ydrki Twenty-soeond district, Leslie W. litis1 sell (Hop.). Now Jersoy, First district, William S. Nicholson (Pro.). Califor nia, First district, J. A. Barkham (Rep.). Wisconsin, Sovcnth district, T. W. Ritssoll (Dem.). Arkansas, Sec ond district. Rev. I. P. Longloy (U. L). Pennsylvania, Thirteenth district, Will tarn Stono (Rep.). lN(oMi'M:rn returns from jlalno on tho 8th Indicated tho election of tho en tire Republican Stato ticket. All tho llontlbllCan Congressmen wcro elected. and It Was said that Speaker Reed was returned with an increased majority. Hon. Isaac P. CiiitiirlANov, ex-Lnlt- ed States Senator and cx-Minlstcr tu Peril, died at his homo In Lansing, Mich., on tho 8tbi aged 78 years. Tm: following Congressmen wore nominated on tho 8th: Wisconsin, Fourth district, John L. Mitcholl (Dom.). Tennessee Fifth district, P. C. Smlthson (Dem.). FOREIGN. A l'il'.r. on tho 4th at Salonlca, a .sea port city In Iloumolta with a population of 80,000, destroyed 12,000 houses, In cluding all tho consulates, tho ca thedral and most of the public buildings. It was roported on tho 4th that there wero cases of cholera In Madrid and Barcelona. At Montreal on tho 4th tho Catholic Mutual Benefit Association decided to separato from tho body In tho United htates. Whims thirty peoplo wore watching tho flood from a hrldgo at Prague, Austro-IIungary, on tho 4th tho hrldgo was washed away and all wero drowned. Ten persons wero killed and many others wcro injured by a dynamlto ex plosion on tho 5th at La Hochclle, Franco. I'liKitF. woro fifteen now cases of cholera and cloven deaths in the city of Valencia, Spain, on tho 7th. I-.lsuwhero throughout the province tho disease showed a decrease. It was estimated on tho 7th that 45, 000 persons In Prague, Austria, had been rendered dostltuto by tho floods In that region. Tin: labor congress In session at Liverpool, Eng., on tho 0th passed a resolution requesting Parliament to make It a penal olfonso to work moro than eight hours a day. IT was said on tho 0th that 40,000 persons aro made homoless by tho over flowing of the f.luo ana uantibe rivers. Union dock laborers at Southampton, Eng., struck on tho 8th against non union men and thousands of mon Were thrown out of employment. It was said on the 8th that a fatally destructive hurricano had swept over tbo north of Italy, killing many per sons and destroying much property. DlsAsntnrs floods woro said to bo raging In Austria on tho 8lh, and twon ty porsons wero drowned and much property destroyed by tho breaking of a dyke. LATER NEWS. In tho Senate, on the '.till, the .Ull rich reciprocity amondmont to tho Tar iff bill was adoptod, 38 to 29, and tho amendmont of Mr. Plumb for tho ap pointment of a pormanent customs com mission of f.vo to lnvostlgato tho tariff quostlon was also agrcod to, 31 to 20. Tho bill was ordorod to an onerossment and third readlng,38 to 28, a strict party voto, and tho Senate, aftor a brlof oxecutlvo sosslon, adjournod In tho Iiouso tho ontlro day was spent filibus tering ovor a proposition to take up tho Langston-Vcnablo oloctlon case from Virginia. ItKV. AdoM'H Doeixino, secrbtary of tho Northwostorn Orphan Asylum at (Iroon Hay, Wis., pleaded guilty, on tho 8th, to stealing a watch and two dollars from tho rcsldonco of Rov. Phelps, of St. Louis, Mt:h., whoso daugbtor ho was engaged to marry, and was sentoncod to tho ponltontlary tor ono yoar. Ho pawned tho watch In Grand Rapids and usod tho procoeds to mako up a doflcloncy In his cash ac count Rev. Heniiy Pawiy Liunoif, D. D., D. C. U, Canon of St. Paul's Cathedral, London, died suddonly, on tho 9th, at Weston-Supor-Maro, of dtsoaso of tho heart Ho was born In 1829. Tho pross of London spoak of him in tho highest torms, and aro unanimous in doclarlng him to have been tho brlghtost orna ment to tbo Church of England of tho present century. Locat. railway traffic in Russia Is torribly blockaded and In many placos wholly stopped, owing to tho monopoly of tho linos by tho military authorities for tho transportation of troops to tho Southern manouvors. The scheme for a genoral labor union, based on an amicable combina tion botwoon employers and employed Is receiving caroful attention by prom lnont buslnoss mon and statesmon in England. The vonoralo Judgo Isaao P. Chris tlancy, ox-Unltod States Senator and oxmlnlstor to Peru, dlod at his homo In Lansing, Mich., on tbo 8tb, of cancer of tho heart The announcement that Mrs. Langtry Is going to Paris to appear in "As You Llko It" has excited much lntorost among Parisian theater-goers. The fortieth anniversary of tho ad mission of California Into tho Union was colebratod in San Francisco, on tho 0th, In an Imposing manner. Tub United States stoamship Balti more, with the romalns of Captain Ericsson on board, arrlvod at UotboTji hurjr, 8f pden, on tb flth, v t t , , - MISSOURI STATE NEWS. A CATTLE EPIDEMIC. iSto rrlort ortlored tho bouso of John filoglor, a woalthy fnririornt MokoVllld, In St Louis County, tho other morning; and demanded monoy of his wlfo, a woman scvenly yoars old, who wftK alone, and upon her rofusal boat and choked her most cruelly, but riot ttntll sho had struck ono of them a blow all tho bead with a hammer. Sho will probably dlo. Whon tho husbindand son rotttrned thoy notified tho sheriff at Clayton, and n posao was organized, but failed to run down tho villain Tim ferry boat at Tlisctlmbla was cap shed tbo other day whllo loaded with forty-two head of cnttlo that stampedod whllo on board. Tho cattle and ono man wcro caught under the boat The roan escaped drowning by pulling oil his boots and diving under' tha cattlo, Only ton head of cal tie woro savod. Tm: latest crop bulletin Issued frorn the Stato Agr cultural Dopartmcntglvos tho following estimates on tho crops) Avorago condition of com, Central Mlv sourl, 74 per cent; Southwest, 31; South east, CO; Northwest, 70; Northeast, 70; State, 71. Wheat, Central Missouri, 09 percent; Southwest 82; Southeast, 75; Northwest, !l; Northeast, 8.'-, State, 8). Oats, Central Missouri, 35 por cont; Southwest, 51; Southeast, 18; North west, 77; Northeast (1; State, 50. A wiiknc was occasioned in tho Mis souri Pacific yard at Kansas City tho other morning by a passonger train and switch cnglno colli ling wh'.lo running at a high rate of i-peed. Both engines wero badly wrecked, and Englncor Kaley severely injured. Tho loss to tho road was about M2.000. Su.vr.i: Gl.vrr, a German, aged forty years, was found tho other night by somo boys hanging to a railroad trestto, ono mile cat of Mober'.y. Tho coro ner's jury returned a verdict of suicide Glatt was evidently deranged. Ho leaves a farm and a small bank account His family lives at Bellovllle, 111. Di-.r-ovi:i:Y of a clorical error lnva' Idatlug the entire chapter of "Fees," as published in the Rovised Statutes of 1889, has been mado in the Department of Stato. Tho error lies in tho fact that through a bungling Indorsement of a bill tho enrolling clerk of tho Senate was misled and fallod to Incorporate, in transcribing the bill, an amendment that had been agreed to In both houses. The Attorney-General holds that this renders void tho entire chapter, and tho law will now, of course, bo the act found in tho session acts and tho chap tor "of fees" of tho RuUscd Statutes of 1879. Tm: I'epubllcansof tho Fourth district have nominated Hon. Nicholas Ford for Congress. Bi'itot.Aiis blow open the safe of .1. .T. James, merchant and postmaster at Dawn, tho other night and secured j about f 100. I Thomas Smith, aged twenty flvo years, tho colored porter at tho Gilford Iiouso I In Poplar Binns, recently had an alter ' cation with tho proprietor, Mr. All- bright when tbo negro throw a stono at him, which fractured his skull, tot 1 about ten hours AllbrJ jht lay In a com J ntose state, nnd It was feared that tho I Injury would provo fatal, Smith was arrested and placed In jail forsafo-keep-Ing. Next morning his romalns wcro j found hanging to a bridgu and his j body was riddled with shot A mob had broken Into tbo jail and lynched , him. Tho citizens of Poplar Bluifsheld a mass meeting and denounced the lynching. It was staled at tho meeting , thatnonoof tho citizens of tho town i took any part in tho lynching, and that it was accomplished by men who ar rived on tho train from tho south and left on tho two o'clock south-bound train. Tub St Louis Exposition opened on tho 3d. Mus. Anna Buown, seventy-five years old, recently attempted sulcido upon tho gravo of her husband at Elm wood cemotory, Kansas City, by taking laud anum. Sho was fo;ind lying on tho gravo writhing In agony and a bottlo containing some of tho deadly drug by hor side Prompt mod, cal aid savod her life. During her husband's life time tho family was in fair financial condition, but sho had been earning her living by serving as a domestic. Sho gave as hor reason for tho act that sho fras old and unable to cam n Uv'.ng, and sho preferred death rather than to be como an ob ect of charity. Ai.iif.iit llAiun, a young Santa Fo en gineer, was recently killed at Bucklln by a passenger train bound for Kansas City. Overwork and loss of sleep, It was said, had caused him to fall asleep whllo resting on tho grass, nnd suddenly awakening ho stopped on tho track, as a train was passing, nnd was killed. As old colored woman by tho namo of Elvira Owonsloy was recently found murdered on a farm threo mllos west of Kearney. Lewis Griffith, tho son of a farmer and an Illiterate youth, was ar rested on suspicion, and mado a full confession that ho shot tbo old woman and robbod her of a small sum, seeming wholly indifferent as to tbo consequence of his act Duihno tho month of August tho earnings of tho penitentiary woro 817, 307.70 nnd tho disbursements it llko amount Tho "civil list" of tho prison was paid out of tho earnings and for tbo first tlmo In tho history of tho Institu tion tho State Treasury was not called upon to pay salaries of ofllcors nnd guards. The Department of Stato col lected fees as follows for the month: Notary feos, S205; miscellaneous, 308.05; corporation tax, 815,809; total, 810.438.05. The report of Stato Treasurer Ste phens of tho transactions of tho Stato Treasury for August Is as follows: Bal ance on band Ausist 1, 81,320,051.4; receipts during August, 174,703.52; dis bursements, 1,005,010.14; balance on hand Soptombor 1, S4S5.834.87. Tho total amount sot asldo for school pur poses vuts 801,380.40, of which 8820, 701.05 was paid out The following llguros show tho census of ton counties as given by an official bullotln from tho Census Oflloo; Cald well County, 15,007; Clinton, 17,101; Davios, 30,420; JloKalb, 14,51iJ; Contry, 18,080; Ilarrlftf,20,pil5; Mprcor, 14,402! ny, U,Wt Mtrta, MW Clay. ,9.789, Word of H'rtrntnff from tlie Stato Vntrl ftHrlan Mlftimirl Cattlo May lolh1y lia Afllicte.l with Foot ami Mouth Dlmiise Nn Present Canto for Alarm "tnw to Moot and ChecU tiio Itlnlaily When U Appears Coi.UMiitA, Mo., Kopt. 5. Stato Vet erinarian I'aqtiln has prepared for pub lication the following circular: fOOT ANO MOUTH Vt&KkSR. M tttu ouiflet I Lick tiio Htoekimm not to b nhiiint'tl at Hits liemllit' nntl the iiuwHpu )njrs not to inlto a scaro by piirtlal oxplana lions ut this Icttrr r In accurate thm-rlp tionsot tho tlisonsti I tun about to vxplulti, or hy partial explanation of my opinion. lluretiifoio nut cli dam iu Inn been dona our llro-lock mon, farmers nnd utir mar ket cnitura Jutt be can so of rush, un ItirUlfiJible, Incorrect publication, and by ltdlL-utous t'xcltomunt, aided, per haps, by imitinpnlous peculators. Homu ycirs an u panic was creutod In tiio livestock center because f nn outbreak of ergotism In Kansas which had been ten nod foot ami mouth ills (mo. Tho trror was very unfortunate, but ItaU there been no ciror, and hud It bten tbo foot and mouth dltscaso of llurope, wny nti'-li excitement? t Is tho mildest epi demic of ntof't known, and tha death rato scarcely 1 lies to 1(J pur cent. In tho most vh nlent ontbiealts ami nut ij per cent. In thu nrillnaiy. Thu only serious dtnutfo that It does cause Is In reducing thu Hush ami stopping the; milk Here It does hurt to tiio amount tit cTeral dollars per head. It la to prevent such possibilities and limit tho trouble tli.it 1 write and explain publicly a now pi evident malady attacking thu mouth nnd feet of cat tie In ?cveral co it title In our Slate, and creating consternation unions funnels and stockmen. JJy object Is to explain u hat to do, and X emphatically deciaro that there- Is nbnoiute ly no need of nlarm In the slightest deaiev. Now If some wlso man or knowing charac ter docs not feel call ml upon to scaro tho pfoplc, ull will bo benolltted who urn suffer ItiK and nono will suffer wliu tup freo '1 lie Stato Veterinary Department would attend to all thu outbtcaks silently. If It wero posilble, and none would hear of thu matter until oflleial reports aio published. It is our pulley to destroy all contagion and iufeetioiMitiietly and Hit bout publication. Hut la this Instance we aro taxed beyond our capacity, Thu dHiuands for advice aro too frequent and tho trouble too much scat tered, ami eironeoua .notices hac already been published. Wo can benetlt all and tho whole state only by Koncral public work. 1 icipcitfully lequust every paper of this btato to copy tills In lull prcfuce and nil so that e cry community may be Informed of Its duties and how to prevent losses. IT IU A MOL'TII JIM) I OOT PthbASE. There Is a dlseasu now prevailing among cattle in several counties in which blisters break in thu mouth, particularly about thu Hps and gums. The cattle appear gaunter and iuniter flay after day for mint iff food It examined thu no4u may he found hot. dry and sometimes wluo color in patches. Jills tcrs appear on thu Inside and on the muiiIu of the hps, which become mnrc or less raw, and bleed easily. Th pad (upper J iw gum corresponding to tho front teeth of lower J wjnlao pi events blisters, which soon break, form a thick, yellow Ish, cracked, ntt crust, umetlmes thu tongue is blotched or bill tf'ied but ratoly. There Is much drooling of htiliiy. watery matter from the mouth, and the odot from it If anv thing but agree ableoften very fetid, indeed. Those vol lowUh ousts slough out after a few days nnd leno raw su faces or sores In a few cast's complications mho by which .iii greue potting In fact) of tho gum extend to the jiw-bono or teeth, and in few in stance the teeth becomes loose and eeii drop off. Tiicic Is often present n peculiar smack tm.' of the Hps, Most of cases become, stiff and Inmn from the same lesions bteaklug In tho feu t (Ihu cleft paiticularly). Occasionally, also, blis ters and consequent lesults (scabs, crusts nnd even raw sore0 occur on thu udd r. In tlnecor (xur oa-H-s 1 know these appealed on the neck, the belly, tho b.tck and about thu root of the. tall. Uncommonly thute Is dlnirhoja. Thj muUdy runs Its regular' com so in nu uverago of about eight davs. The shortest course I have noticed wastlvo and the longest eleven. 'Jheiouru Irregular or complicated cases which last much longer. Jr'cver, more, or less Intenso, keeps up most of the time. Thu typo Is very mild, death rato being, ho far at. I enn learn, less t.i.tn one In two bundled. rilLVI.NTtVK AND CL'KAriVC TKlIATMhNTK. 1, Sep.u ate all thu sick and suspicious from thu healthy stock leaving tho former whet o the ili-easu began nnd putting tho healthy in a ni w pustule or lot. 2 Wash the mouth twice a day with a snlu t.un ol I bonis or alum, or both combined, i. c, a wash composed of, say, a tablespoonful or more of pul erized boiux and alum to u pint of w.iter .t. Watch cry tloscly the healthy stock, and sepatntu every new cau as gauntne-es appeal, or as any suspicious symptom may lucent lls'df, such as lameness, r-tltfnes, ilultiuss, dty nose, dillieulty in taking food, etc., etc. 4. IVisons unending to such diseased stock should not vl-lt pustules or places occupied by healthy stock, whether on their own piop-ity or at their neighbor's; and all who have healthy stock should ubstain from vis iting diseased stock, 5. Uuckets and other ut tides used for dls i uH'd stuck should not buused for any thing else unless washed nnd scalded. fi. toek from Infutu 1 herds should not bo shipped to market or moved from thu In fected grounds, and nonu should bu allowed on hlgliwajs. 7. It is prudent to keep sheep nnd perhaps swine away from the Infected henls. . l'eisons with sorus or chapped hands should handle the dUeiine caiefully end wash clean after dressing cases It will p.iv to follow strictly nil tlieso ineusuiesol precaution. Some of them may appear unnecessary, but they atl urn based on rational hygienic principles that should not bo trunsgiessod. In bad or complicated caes. In which the feet aro much affeetod, u dally wash with a copperas solution will bj a meat assistance feed The Hps inually become, so soro that the tattle can not pick any food. That ii what causes such cxticino gauntness and fitting in llcsh as eliaracturizjs tho muladv. When death occurs it Is larulyduu to In ternal lesions, but scums gunei ally caused ciiiirtybv ftanatUm during thu fever. To mind Micii tesulls feed the fdock ginel and pish tars of corn Into thu mouth directly v t.nder tho Blinders, when the patients will chew them and eat. Now, Is this tho Ku ropeau foot nnd mouth disease? I confess I am not vet positive, though It curru. mor.ds exactly with authoritative do- scnpiions of it. Hut this much is cor tain. It Is nn v Idemlo affection of the mouth and feet In iMttlo, an d It ifl now to mo I know It Is ncltllur simple-aim.1.? nor simple eczema nor rotUm. Iain 9 i in M 1 ,i i. tilth nil Ihefin. Wu 11 ru DOW en- ttagedwlth tests with n view M solve tho tucstiou of infection and contagion, but wo deem It nieua.uv to instruct thu peoplo at oneo nnd not wait for tho results ol thuso experiments. 'ill" niimoer 01 ii'iirri tru' iv ; ; i; Ing this dleaso precludes tho possibility of oJUelal visits to alt, so It Is urged thut stock uwneis follow thu dltectlons given hero and nuaiuntlnu their own d.saased stock, Thoy will Hud it profitable to themselves and tAi,iylcl'tlzen having this nffectlon among hjshetdwill kindly report to mo at once, giving thoir township, county, nature of disease, number of caes, numbcr-of deaths and slating If any other nnlniultlinn cattlo took the dlsoiuo. Ayulnlnsk all papers Interested In tha welfare ol thoir community to please copy In full. Vxvt I'AQi'iM, Mhsourl btuto Vctorlaarlan, Tatilly Injureil hy Dynamile. CANASiMtAfiA, N. Y., Sopt. C Jamos Curry, a farmer, was fatally Injured by tho explosion of dynamlto cartridges", which ho wa-s using to take up stumps. yoatorday afternoon. His right hand was torn olt and his loft arm shattered. Young Prrtty, but Arrested for Murder Cintinnati, Sopt. 0, Mrs. Eva M. Koyes was arrested at hor homo on Kaston avenue on a. warrant, evrorn out by Ulehard Tee, charging hor.wlth com plicity in tho murdor of tllliy Voe, whoso dead body was found in the rivor at Lawrencoburg, lnd.( a few days ago. Jlrs. Koyos is only sovbiiteon years old and qulto protty. Sho carried horsolf with coolness and dignity whon arrest ed, but gavo no Intimation of hor will ingness to raako a clean broast of what occurred on tho eventful night of thj , mu Ma p. '