OCR Interpretation


The state republican. (Jefferson City, Mo.) 1871-1896, November 27, 1890, Image 1

Image and text provided by State Historical Society of Missouri; Columbia, MO

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn90061576/1890-11-27/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

5C
V.'
m.
THE
State IRepublioan.
VOLUME XIX.
JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1890.
NUMBER 50.
JOHN A, L IN H A R DT, Weefc
E3AXBR 1 1ST
a.
Staple ajid Rmtj Groceries
SFBOT A T.TIE3
IritilillliHttliitirriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
GlaBsware, Quccriswatc, Tea and Dinner Sols, Chamber
Sets, Library Limps, Toilet Article,, Tobacco,
Clears, Woodentrare, lco Chests, Refrigerat
ors, Grass and Garden Seed, Oyt-
icrs, tisn ana uj,tne in ..
vil -."ll TT'lJ-' . - ft i i'
DANIEL GUNDELFINGERp
Hardwarejjfe Tinware
sStoYes- mSBk H-sCutlervsi-
v
VW ", ,i--
ETC.
JTho Most Complcto Stock in Central Missouri of (ho Best and Chcapeet
Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Cutlery, Etc. Extlusivo agent for
Tlie Celebrated Wire-Gauze Charter Oak Stoyess
AND QUICK MEAL GASOLINE STOVE.
Door Frames, Window Frames, Wire Screen, Wentuer Strips, Spring
Hinges, Bird Cages, Water Coolers, Etc., a Specially. Tin Roofing
Spouting and Jobbing of oil kinds given prompt attention.
35To. 123 HIGH STREET.
ANTON NATSOH
Tbo Very Latest
and Best Stoves
Manufactured,
Fully Warranted.
Coll and soo thorn.
Guttering, Light
ning Rods, Novel
ties, Etc, nt tho
Lowest Prices and
Warrnntod.
WOOD, COAL, GAS, GASOLINE,
STOyES.-
aaaaoaaaaaagaaaaaaaaaosi
TINWARE & METAL ROOFING.
P3T ALL REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.-g
No. 403 "Woat Main Street. Opposite Gas Works.
HENRY J. DULLE, BERNARD DULLE. J. W. SCIIULTE,
President. Vice-President. Secretary & Treasurer.
CAPITAL STAR AND VICTORIA ROLLER MILLS.
Vv
o
a
e.
8
a
c
1 3
tu 2.
a. I
s 3
b a.
s.
a
FLOUR MFAIi AND MILL FEED
6: H. DULLE MILLING CO.
WEST ZLdLAIlsr STZEZEJET.
First-Glass LiveruIilHs!
vw...
0 Vff
Double or Single, for City or Country,
or for Commercial Travelers, at the
est (fates given In Centnt Missouri. Horses Ooaidcd bi
hs Day, V99K or Month at Reasonable notes.
Gall or addriw 1 t, VU!
INTEHESTlNO NEVS COMPILATION.
DOMESTIC.
A rim: at Evanston, III., dostroyotl
Turner's llvory stable, nnd sovontoon
bono were burned to death.
At a meotlnirin Clovolandtho Nickel
pinto railway tnanagor.s decided to ad
Vanco tbo wagoTof conductors, baggage
nion nnd brnkemen.
Tim members ot tho firm of Tonjf
Yoonjf & Co., an extonlvo Chlnoso mor
cnntlio homo In San Frundaco, (led to
China lth 501,0 0, the wiiroi of 24l
Chlnoso tlsbormon who recently re
turned from Alaska, leaving tho Qshcr
mon penniless.
At tho siilo ot horses owned by ox
ConRrcssmin Bcott atNowYofk Uoloro,
a 2-yoar-old.. was eold- to Philip. Dwycr
for.635.0P0.'.V!S. . ... ' .
pUHUCU.l UN.KIiAI. I1A9III1U7( 111 111
annual report takes a decided ground
against tho existing Immigration law
and makes a strong argument for tho
restriction of Immigration. Flftoon In
sane persons and nlovon Idiots wero re
ported by tbo medical ofllcnr among tlis
Immigrants arriving at Now York dur
ing tho year.
Tun jury In tho Itov. V. V. I'ottit
wlto-polsonlng cue at Crawfordsvlllo,
)ml., returned a vordlot of guilty, fix
ing tho punlshmont at Imprisonment
for lire.
K. SkaoU), of Charlotte, Jllch., at
tempted to kill bis wlfn and then com
mltted sulcldo. 11oncsllc troublo v;u
tho cause.
A. M. Loftvm shot and killed his
father, 11. C. Lottus, near Oalnesboro,
Tonn., In a personal difficulty, accident
ally killing bis brother at the same
time.
Tin; International Law and Ordor
l.cauo met in annual session at I'llts
burgh, Pa., on tho 20th.
Haiini'.v'm Hotel and eight dwellings
at Nantlcoke, I'a., were burned.
Tin: board of lady managers of the
World's Columbian Exposition effected a
permanent organization by tho olectlon
of Mrs. Potter Palmer, of Chicago, aa
president, nnd Miss Pluubo Couilns, of
St. Louis, secretary.
At tho session of tbo Non-PartUan
Woman's Christian Tomporanco Union
at Pittsburgh, I'a., Mrs. K. J. Phlnney,
ot Cleveland, ()., was ro-olected presi
dent. IIauki-.r llunnii:i:4& Co., bankers and
brokers of Philadelphia, failed for S3,
0J0,00(). Ai.ri.Eii Doumiixrv was sentenced
at St. Louis to four years In the peftl
tontlary for attempting to obtain a pen
sion from tho Government under fraud
ulent clainw.
Mosr.s S. Mauks, formorlr note tollor
In tho riuiif City Itank at Koch os tor, N.
Y., bccured S20.000 In money sent to the
bank by xpros and mad a his escape.
'I'm: business failures In tho United
States during tho seven days ended on
tho 21st numbered 274, against 200 the
preceding week and 277 tho Corespond
ing wcok last year.
Tun death of Marfe I Perry at Whit
man, Mass., dUclosed the fact that for
twonty years sho and Luoy A. Lobdell
bad been living togotber as man and
wlfo.
Dn. Chawxs C. Ahuott, of tho Uni
versity of 1'onnsylvanla. In a lecture In
Chicago giho many Instances that had
come under his obiorvutlon of the ahll-
I lly of anlninU to think and oven icason.
IIkhmax llKCKi:itTs, ono of tho richest
and best known distillers In Kentucky,
dropped dead from heart disease al
Louisville.
An Kastorn commercial agency ro
ported that notwithstanding tho finan
cial troubles In New York tho general
business of tho country continued large.
.John l IIi.aki:, mayor ot Canton, O.,
a leading miller, rnadu an assignment,
with liabilities of SM.OOO.
Kuiiit freight ears wero hurled over I
trestle, on tbo Meriden railroad neai
Merldcn, Conn., tbreo men bolng fatal
ly hint.
At Wobstor, lla., Deputy United
States Mrh.il Samuel La Strange was
shot to death by II. K. liurfurd, whom
bo sought to arrest for violation of tin
postal laws.
)isAT('lli:s of tho 21st from tho Pine
Hidgn agency in South Dakota reported
an extremely critical condition of af
fairs. The Indians contlnuod tholi
crazy dances, and several chiefs had ut
tered threats against tho whites. The
few hundred troops that had reached
tho agency were said to anticipate an
attack from 0,000 to 8,000 woll-armed
redskins at any moment
It was reported that Jay Gould had
socurcd control of all tho great rail
ways west of the Mississippi river.
Jack MArLES (eolorod) was banged
at Knoxvlllo, Tenn., for criminal as
sault, and Dorsey Edwards (colored)
was executed at Yazoo City, Miss., for
tho murder of his wlfo Septombern lust.
Tiik Treasury Department at Wash
ington has decided th it grain, taken to
Canada to bo ground can not bo re
turned to tho Unitod States without
payment of duty.
Tnu Arm of Ragsdalo & Co., ot
Oklahoma City, O. T., who havo banks
at Uuthrlo, Norman, Kingfisher and El
Reno, in that Territory, failed to open
their doors, andannouncod that all pay
monts wero suspended.
A I'KCL'i.iaii and fatal dltcaso was
raging among cattle and horsos In Ore
iron and adjoining counties In Missouri.
Over 100 horsos had died, and tho dls
easo bafllod tbo skill of tbo votorinary
surgeons.
At Now Orleans tbo grand jury ro
ported finding true bills against the
soventeon mon under arrost charged
with tho murder ot Chief of Polico
David C Hennessy on October 15.
Commodoiik 1'olqi:ii, of tho ordnance
buroau of tho Navy Dopartment, re
ports that tests ot niokol-stecl have
proved succoisful, and that It may bo
confidently anticipated that ntckol-stecl
will enter into tho composition of pro
jectiles. )K a battle with horso-thleves near
Cairo, Kan., two of tbo robbers were
shot (load by tho officers.
Urmr.l Hi'aikh Maiwh.u. Whitr and
U!o doputlos returned to Clmrlr.tton, ti,
C, from a big raid on tho moonshiners
of Ihu Interior mountain counties and
br'JUh'bt In fgrty-ttiroe prWpiiom
'i'nr. bo.Ier In Iiupton'jl-mlll near
Catlottsburg, Ky., expodod and killed
Jamos Ltipton, W. E.IoJir and Smith
llosmor.
Ih a drunken row an Eagle Rook,
Idaho, Jasper Yartwifr complotoly
trsmpoJ tho nyos out ,otSohn llayllss,
an old citizen. '".M
Tiir Twontyslvth" rd Hank in
Ilrooklyn. N. Y was -bbed of .1,000
In broad daylight byl-tho. old trick of
calling tbo casblbr ontsldo on tho plea
that a customer had' ajjnervous horso
which be could not leavou
Tiir base-ball losses ipurlng the past
season were: Plajora' Irfhguo, 512.",0l).)i
National League, SWr.OOA
Ni'.aiii.y a million dollars In Aus
tralian gold Boveretgnifccrc deposited
and melted down at th$San I'ranclsco
mint,
'J'lin -Consus llureaU.itt Washington
bapaldsa,000,of tb.e'48jW enumerators.
They have reiolvtd .OOV'.M whlcfc.
rate tho pay ot tho enumerators alone
will amounj to $7,000,0)0.
At tho loading clearing-bousoi In tho
Unitod States tho oxchanges during tho
week ended on tho sad aggregated
Sl,313,709,500; against Sl,fi02,834,-Ii0 the
previous weok. As comparod with tho
corresponding wook ot IsS'J tho In
crease amounted to D.H.
Tiik Plaiiuomlno (La.) Lumber & Im
provement Company's shlnglo-mlll, to
gether with S,001,00l shingles, woro
burned, causing a heavy loss.
Snow to tho depth ot eight Inches
fell in Western Inow lork on tho 22u.
Tun walls of a brick building In pro
cess ot orcctlon at Jersey City, N. J.,
collapsed, burying niany workmen in
tho ruins. Ono man was killed and
twelve Injured, soveral, It was thought,
fatally.
In tho Galllnas mountains of Now
Mexico four sheep herders wero killed
by a hall-storm and sixteen others and
1,000 hoad o( slieep were missing.
Tiiiiix of the seven factories at tho
Illinois glass works at Alton, 111., wero
burned, causing a loss of 5100,000.
Tiik post-office nt I'ocatollo, Idaho,
was entered by burglars, thesafo blown
open and S000 In money, 8400 In stamps
and 5200 In registered packages were
taken.
Six tiiousanii coal minors, nlno
tenths of all the miners in Alabama,
resolved to strlko for highor wages.
IlAMl'oni) Ulcus, silk mill at Paterson,
N. J., was burned, causing a loss of
8400,100; insurance, 5200,000.
Tiik First National Hank of Alma,
Kan., and tho Hank of Waverly, at
Wavorly, Kan., closed their doors.
Jonx II. Diiaui:, of tho Orand Pacific
Hotel, Chicago, gave his thirty-filth
annual game dinner on tho 22d. Over
600 guests were proscnt.
A oano of thieves robbed a dozen
business houses at Carey, O., nnd made
their escape
A sTUANfiKU grabbed $.'1,000 in bills
from a desk In a bank at Masslllon, O..
and in the pursuit which followed tho
tli to t scattered tho package of bills in
tho air and while his pursuers wero
looking after tho money ho made bis
escape.
Up to tho 22d tbo vote of Methodist
churches on eligibility ot uomon to
places in tho general conterenco of the
denomination stood: yeas, 13,532; nays,
11.020.
It was estimated that tho shrinkage
in values of stocks and bonds upon thu
Now York Stock Exchango since Juno
amounted to 8300,000,000, and that Jay
Gould was made richer to the extent ot
f30,000,000.
John C. Fkiikki.u a wealthy citizen of
Wllkosbarro, Pa., bad not on tho 22d
oaten a morsel of food for tv.o nooks.
Ho persistently refused to eat. Insist
ing that bo was dead and did not re
quiro food. His easo was a puzzlo to
physicians.
Tin: report of the Third Assistant
Postmastor-CJoneral shows an Incroaso
of 10 per cent-in lho postal revenues.
Miss Lauiia Doiioxass, daughter of a
leading merchant at Seward, Kan., ac
cidentally shot and killed herself while
handling a pistol.
Mountain fires had been burning for
two woeks near Jolllco, Trim., and
they surpassed any thing In the mem
ory of tho oldest inhabitant. Tho Pino
mountains wero almost n solid mass of
fire. Thousands of dollars' worth of
timber and fences had beon destroyed.
Tin: United States Itolling-Stock
Company In Chicago wont into tho hands
of a recelvor with liabilities ot 43,810,
000; assots, 0,053,000. 'I ho tight monoy
market caused tbo falluie. '1 he troublo
would only bo temporary, and thero
.would bo no stoppago pf buslnoss.
, At Guthrie, O. T., Albort Russell,
aged 10, and Mary McAllister, 12 years
old, woro fatally wounded by ttto acci
dental dlschargo of a revolvor.
JAMKsTuciCKit, a workman, foil across
a "live" electric light wlro In Now
York City and was instantly killed by
tho sfacck.
PERSONAL AND POLITIOAL.
Tnr, olllclal vote of tbo Stato ot Mis
Hour! at the rccont election gives Gaunt
(Dcm.) for Supremo Judgo a majority
of 35,094.
Uknciiai. Thomas S. Mathf.u died at
Sprlngflold, III. Ho was Adjutant
General of Illinois during tho war and
signed General Grant s first commislon.
Mns. Ei.izaiikw FimiBit, an actross,
and an aunt of Joseph Jefferson, died
at Now York, aged 80 years. She sup
ported Edwin Forrest as Paulino In the
first production in this country of "Tho
X,r.dy of Lyons."
Reaii Admiuai. Olivku S. Ulisson,
United States navy (retired), died at
Philadelphia, agod 81 years.
Tin: official canvass of tho vote at tho
recent election In South Carolina shows
that II. It, Tillman (Dam.) was elected
Governor by a majority of 44,331 over A.
C. Haskoll, tho Independent Democratic
candidate. Democrats also elected the
six Congressmen by majorities ranging
from 8,500 to 0,000.
OoVEiiNoifKUccT Born, of Nebraska,
has received official notice that btsolori
tion is to bo contested by the Farmers
and Independents.
Colonel, Uuveiily IvENNOtf. of Wash
ington, tbo inventor of tho circular
fort adopted by tho Government at thu
Inst sosston of Congri'di. died in the
Blrouvs of JJrooJtlyu, V, frc-M ftom
orrhnio
GoVKHNoit Goodki.i, has nailed an ex
tra session of lho Now Hampshlro
Legislature to meet December 2.
DONAM) O. MtTnli:!.!.. known to tho
llternry world as lk Marvel, was nearly
killed in a runaway accident nt Now
Haven, Conn,
It, F. TuliiJf, National Vice-Command
er of the Grand Army oi1 the Republic,
died at lioston, aged no years.
Colon KI.W. F. Hum1 died nt Counoil
Ulufls, In., aged Od years, lie was a
member of tbo Forty-fifth and Forty-
sixth Congresses.
Tun unofficial list of members o" tho .
Fifty-second Congress complied by tho
clerk shows 223 DeincurnlK, 02 Repub
licans and 17 Alllunco men.
Gi'.nkiiat. (iKonm: S. IlATcni:i,t,i:i:,
newly-appointed United States Minis
ter to Portugal, sailed from New York
on the 22d on th steamer Nocmandle.
Till! ofllcli.l returns received by tbo
Socrctnry of Stato of. VlsconslnJrom nil
the counties in tho Stato showtha"t tlio
total veto for Governor at tho recent
election was 308,417, a decrcaso of 40,
207 from tho voto ot 18S8. Peck's plu
rality Is 28, 3 1 8.
FOREIGN.
THE last sugar crop of Cuba amo.intod
to 045.840 tons.
Piii:siiii;nt Uoohan, of Honduras, In
a general ordor thanks Amorlcin vol
unteers for their assistance in quelling
the Sanchtz revolution.
Tin: cnttlo ships Gorica, Circe, Esca
lona and Lunda, which arrived in Eu
rope from Canada, lost a total of 1,343
cattle overboard during tho voyago on
account of storms.
Tin: brother of tho King of Corea,
who was arrested as tho leader of tho
recent conspiracy to murder tho King,
was put to death and his head exposed
on tho chief gate of Seoul.
Gknkiiai. Iloont Is stumping England
in tho Interost of his schemo for tho ro
lief of Oreat IJritaln's poor. At Ilrad
fordS15.000 was contributed.
Dispatciiks received from tho Congo
Stato say that tbo llaptlst mission's
steamboat Peace, which was stationed
on tho upper Congo river, had beon con
fiscated by tho officers or the Congo
State.
Physicians in Rorlln agree that Dr.
Koch's tuborculosls remody for con
sumption proves offectlvo only In tho
treatment of mild casos or the disease.
Lot'lsCvu bvoko thodumb-bell record
at Montreal by putting up 100 pounds
with ono hand from tho shoulder
twenty-seven times, against 100 pounds
twenty times, tho provious record.
Tiir. Governments ot turkey and
Bulgaria havo received a notification
that tho United States will create a
diplomatic agency at Sophia.
fin: German (iovornmont lias decided
to provido a hospital for tho reception
of Dr. Koch's consumptive patients.
Tiik Government lias issued a procla
mation forbidding demonstrations in
any part of Ireland on tho anniversary
of the execution of Allen. Larkin and
O'Hrlen, tho "Manchester martyrs."
Tiik two cashiers of a Warsaw bank
wero murdered and robbed of 55,000
rubles on a Vienna train.
Fifty soamen and firemen on tbo
Cork Packet Company's vessols Glan
mire and Cormorant wero sentonced to
Imprisonmont for ono month for break
ing tho articles of agroemcnt by joining
in a strike.
Wll.l.tASi III.. King ot Holland, died
on tho 23d. Ho was unconscious at tho
last and passed away without pain. Ho
was 7il years ot ago and had reigned as
King forty years.
iiii.i: crossing tho river at Winni
peg, .Man., on thin lco Alderman An
drews and wife broke through and woro
drowned. Tho couplo had only just
roturned from their honeymoon.
LATER NEWS.
Ik 1878 a handcuffed prlsonor namo
Williams jumped from a car window on
its way to tho Montana ponltontlary.
fho shorlH bad othor prisoners in
chargo and could only flro a shot at tho
fueitivo. Somo days ago a nnman
jawbone and bonos of ono forearm, with
a rusty handcuff and chain attached,
woro found at West Ilouldor, twenty
mllos from Livingston. Investigation
showed it to bo tho handoult ot tbo es
caped prlsonor of twolvo years before.
Patbick J. MunrilY, tho Long Island
City (N. Y.) book-makor who was ro
contly convicted of pool-selling, was
flnod J2.000, on tho 24th, by Judgo Cul
Ion, who, In Inflicting tho penalty,
warned blm that if ho over came up
beforo him again ho would not only flno
him a llko amount, but in addition
would send him to prison for ono year.
Tuiiity-seven of tbo Arctlo whaling
(loot havo arrived at San Francisco,
bringing altogothor 18,637 barrels of
oil, 223,203 pounds of bono, and 2,180
pounds of Ivory, besides 1,100 fox and
boar skins, representing In valuo over
81,870,000.
Tub agroemont recently entered Into
by the joint commlttoo ot tho trunk
lines rotative to an advance of east
bound ratos wont Into o fleet on tho 24th.
It 1b raoroly a restoration of tho ratos
which provallod In tho early part of
May last.
Tiik Supreme Court of the United
rftates decided, on tbo 24th, that tho
Unitod States has jurisdiction over tbo
Island of Navassa, and that, therefore,
tho Navassa rlotors under sontonco of
death must hang.
Count Julius ICa.hoi.yi, tho well
known Hungarian statesman, diod at
Ruda Postb, on tbo 24th, of cancor ot
tho tonguo. Ho coneoaled his malady
from ovory one until noarly tho last
momont.
Mil Auoust Belmont, tho well
inown Now York bankor, dlod, at an
early hour on tho morning of tbo 24th,
of pneumonia, in tho eovonty-fourtb
yearot bis ago.
Fifteen wholesalo liquor dealers ot
tbo First and Socond wards of Pitts
burgh, Pa., wero arrostod, on tho 24tb,
charged with soiling liquor without
Ilconses.
Tub Anna pit of tho Brllex Mining
Company at Tschansob, Austria, col
lapsed, on the 24th, owing to the mlno
bolng flooded, Twonty mon wor
killed.
NoTwrniSTANDisro reports to the con
trary, P. T. Barnum Is still a -very sick
.man, and his condition oxoltof (1(
MISSOUIil STATE NEWS.
Wits. Hknslet, tho accompllco of
Turlington in tho Cranmcr murder,
ploaded guilty to murder in the second
degreo, wbon tho case was called for
t'lal at lluonvlllo, and was sontenccd
by Judgo Edwards to ton years In tho
penitentiary. His sentence was tnado
light becauso of bis youth, ho bolng
only 18 years of age, and bocauso bo had
been led Into tho act by a sbrowd crim
inal. A cask was tried at Kansas City tho
othor day In which tbo fact was devel
oped that a money lender ot that placo
had beon charging a widow 72 per cont
intorcst for money, and that sho had In
tho past year paid in interest noarly
tbo amount of tho sum borrowed.
Tviii.inotok, tho condomnod murder
or who was reoently rccapturod in
Kontuoky, has beon returned .to jail at
lioonvlllo.
Gkiiiiok W. HaiIiiis, who was a fore
man on tho Chicago & Alton railroad
between Chicago and SL Louis, was tho
other morning convicted at SL Louis ot
robb ng a registered mail pouch, nnd
given eighteen months In tbo pcnltcn-
i Uary.
A FitrioiiT train on tho Kansas City
Wyandotte & Northwestern road, con
s st.ng of a car of hogs, ono car of corn,
another of mill machinery and a ca
boose, wont th rou eli a br.dgo over tho
Kaw river, at Kansas City, tho other
! morning, kill ng Fireman Allen nnd a
i colored man and Injuring a number of
i others. Tho c.ihooso took flro and was
j nearly consumed. Tho escape from
death oT thoso Injured was miraculous.
Tin: olllclal count ot tho voto on tbo
j constltut onal amendment adding two
I judges to tho Supiemo Court showed
that out of a total voto oi 318,419 lho
amendment was adopted by a majority
of 18.834.
Tiik grand encampment I. O. O. F. of
Missouri opened Its forty-third session
at St. Louis on thu 18th. Grand Patri
arch Hams said in his annual report
that tho encampment was in a prosper
ous condition, lie recommends "that a
;ommltteo bu appointed to act In con
junct'on with a commlttoo of tho grand
lodgo for tho pirposo of devis ng somo
means ly which instruction ot a unl
I form character can bo glvon throughout
I tho ontlto jurisdiction, even If it neces
I 3 tato tho appolntmont of a grand lec-
turer, who would devote all of his time
to tho cxomptifioit'on of tho work nnd
that ho bo remunerated well enough to
! secure his wholo tirao nnd attention to
this matter." I
Tiik other day n freight train on the
Missouri, Kansas & Texas road, consist
ing of seventeen cars, was ditched near
lioonv'.lle. I
Six prisoners confined In tho jail al
Sprlnfftlold recently overpowered the
jailer, whllo bo was giving them broak
fast, locked him in a coll, secured sev
eral pistols and loft as expeditiously as
possible. Threo of thom wero soon
captured and tho other threo succeeded
In getting off, at least temporarily.
Tun grand encampment I. O. O. F.,
i lately in session at SL Louis, elected
tho following officers: U. Jewell, or
Carrol ton, grand patriarch; 11. M D.lle,
of Hamilton, grand senior warden; R.
H. Maybury. of Kansas City, grand
high priest; J. N. Munsell, of Cameron,
grand junior wardon; K. M. Sloan, of
SL Louis, prnnd troasuror; C. II. Harris,
ot Hannibal, representative to tho Su
premo lodge.
Tiik other morning Jules Wegor, om
ployod by tho Wello-lioctlor bakory at
St Louis, whllo dr vlng his wagon on
SL Louis and Jefferson avenues ran his
horses against on electric wlro of the
Mound City Railway Company, which
had fallen and was crossod on another
llvo wlro. Roth tho horses wero in
btantly killed, and Wegor himsolf only
escaped injury by jumping from tho
wagon.
A I.AitOF. grain elevator located at
Pearl, fltteon miles oast ot Spr ngllold,
was totally destroyed by flro tho other
n ght. Thero wero over 10,030 busho s
of whoatln tho elevator roady for ship
ment. A car load of lumber, which was
near by, was also consumed There
was no Insurance.
Aiiout half-past ton o'clock tho other
night two unknown men entered tho
residonco of J, A. May, about threo
mllos from Lutcsville, Bollinger Coun
ty, and, on going in thoy nwoko him.
When May got up tho mon fired two
shots nt him with a shot-gun, killing
htm almost Instantly. Thoy then fled
and no olow to tho murderers has so far
beon found.
Tiik returns of the Consus Ofllco show
that tho cltlos of Missouri aro carrying
debts amounting to t24, 34(1,504. This Is
a reduction of nearly S2.O00.OD0 In ten i
years. Tbo Intorest on thu present I
dobt is 81,344,810 Tho bulk of tho mu
nicipal debts for Missouri Is carried by
SL Louis.
Josew Boyi, a laborer, attempted to
kill his wlfo nnd child at Kansas City
the other day and then committed sul
cldo. Boyd lived in a shanty on tho top
of a high bluff. Ho bad been out of work
for some timo, and becoming Insanely
dospondent wont into tho bedroom,
whoro his wlfo was sitting with tholr
infant child in her lap, and fired two
shots at her, noithor taking effect. Sho
fled from the houso to tbo bluff with
hor babo in her arms, her husband pur
suing. When alio reached tho edge ol
tho bluff ho burloi her over lho cllit
Then he fled back to tho houso and shot
himsolf twleoln tho breast. Tho woman
and child wero not seriously ln.ured.
Tiik Ex-Confcderato Association of
Missouri has 27,000 members.
C. I). IIam.ui.v, a Sodalla barber,
made an almost successful attempt at
solf-dostructlon tho othor aftornoon.
In tho prosenco ot his little daughter
bo tlod a handkerchief around bis neck
and then suspended himsolf from a door
knob. Tho child becamo alarmed and
called assistance, when tbo unconscious
man was cut down, hut not a moment
too soon, as bo was rcsuFoltntcd with
great difficulty. A protracted spree led
to tbo acL
It instated that a numbor of horses
In Buchanan County bavo reoently dlod
Of "blind staggora." Jt Is. thought tho
dUcasQ waa introduced, through (CCillnK
rotten corn. ,
MISSOURI'S VOTE.
Mm Vnto nf lli Klnta Cast nt thu t.t
i:iortlnn ii Olllilally O.Teil Out h; ttis
Secret try uf St tie.
Secretary State of Losuour gives out
tho following as tho official vo.to of tho
Stato by cotintlos for Judgo of tho Su
premo Court:
Ail.ilr
Amlli'vv
Atchisiiu
Auill fun
llnny
II ntnn
laiti if
ItellllHI
UlllllUKIT.
Hoone
Ilu ll.lll n ti
lliUUv
C.llJudl
n I ..
Camilvii
tiape iHiiuui'iiti
Oiinoll
fiiitir
0 is-
LVilm-
Cll.ll I ton
Christian
('lull;
Olny
Clinton
die
Cooper
01 mi font
Da.le
1) ilia.
Il.iiesi
11 K.llli
IK'ltl
1) tulass
Illllll.llll
l'l.ilikllli
tl o.en:i:ule
(ieimy
ii rei'ii ii
(iiuiiCy
il.tir.sjii
Iletiiy
JlUkury
Unit
IIiiv:lltl
Howell
lton
'Jallcion
J.ifiiur
.lefiul sun
.It linsoli
Knox
L.iHe le
I. ilnyct.e .... ..
Law. elite
Lincoln
Linn
l.K'l n ,r-lnn
.Mlllillllllil
silicon
M.uilfoil
Murit-a
Malum
Mi'icur
Miller
Mississippi
Mnniu-ati
Men i ne
Motile- liieiy....
Morgan
Nun- Muililil
XeU'ton
Noilnw ay
Oiexini
O.iue
Ourk
I'elnlscot
I'oliy
1'i'ltf.
l'nelps
I'ike
1'l.lltu
I'olU
1'ill.l-fcl
l'lllti.tin
Halls
It ilnlolph
liny
U i Holds
IM'l-y
M Clunk's
M U air.
Si. H-niu-oii
Sli- tiuuivkvo ...
hi. I. 'Ola
Saline
Schuyler
Sccitliitul
scotl
Sll.llltlOU
Blielb
MulMuiO
Stone
hit I Iv in
T.lliey
'IV.t .i
Verm n
W.ui i n
U ashlliMon
Wnyiio
WeLKter
Winili -
Wrhslit
'.'lly of St. I.nuH.
Totals
hum
Hep.
l.'.'J
l,i '.
1 IM)
a,;;i
i,u;
1.S1I
a i;i
i..i ii
I.-.7I'
a,yi i
S, 7i.
a'.si
tUl!
2.'.li
3. UK.
Iii2l
J.t.'i'
1. H.'l
2181
CI
,vul
Stlj.l
::u .
lM.il
2. si
l.'-M'
1,2 r.
Ml
2 .17 l'
l,r,i,
'Eil
1. Wll
2 5-4,
fill'
2. ' ti:.
5 I !".!
1,1V.'
l.inH
MCI
12.1 7
.I.'-"..'
2.:.7J
.1 i'.'l1
l.iH;i
1.2 i II
3..WI1
.', I7S
2,'.".'l
2,1 t
2..IV.
1,1 "I
i'.i'iji".
II'J1
2.7s 1
l.i.'Jl
1,11,
1 117
l.l-.l l
2.li
2, ,7
"!
2,:i'
l.'W
1,2 '.'.I
-.Ml
t7M
I HI I
a, -rfti.
i,ii
.1.2 IV
2 til I
l,:u
I n Ml
r.ii"
l.Si.li
.S.lls
3,112
2 21S
1 31 '
2, KJ.
1.1 8
2 IT:
4 01
I. WW
1 7'Ji!
1,WJ,
K'S I
2,1:9,
l.ss:,
2.10 1
3'v:'!
i
l.l
1.4
1,111,
S hi
I'll
21.7 1
U 1.
1 ,h7 1
1 mi
i.'i
7V.
l tin
1.31
II o
1,5111
lisl
71V
Lulu
111
1,75.
i, nr.
- 'JOI
2.1 111
,'l i
i ill.
I,:.7.i
I r,M
1,11
!;d
Liil
i,i:ii
1.4 -3
1, U'l
l.s
I.H"
I, II;
ii,' i;
1,'IM
i. no;
4.SS
1.17
2 2'il
I.V7I
i,
1,'iii
en.
1 2li
12s
il.ss.l
2.11111
2,411
1 214
1.2 :
2IIH
J.473
l.ini
1 277
2.115
l,i.!
M2
2,ss I
:7
1,172
1.771
1,111
lis
1.221
4.!'
1,171 1
J.-3 l
III
i,H
i.i.ii
11.7
1.1'iJ
a.K
8 IS
I. '."is
1.7IU
r.l'
1.9V.
r, i;
l.'.M
1,.'M
21
2,"l!l
l.ll'ill
1,2.11
711
3,110
1,-5
ki;
1.1
53S
3 .1
H'll
1.103
761
21 2
b 1 1
11 ll
1 2 I
1 410
i,r.
!l.l
1 .I'll'
lull
1,'IU,
21 27.1
r.i
21.
1,1 (!
r.
2'S1
t.l
2,1,70
Hi
2
Hi
r
I'ro.
7S
71
111
mi
2:S
' jiii
cl
C'J'
no
CJ.)
.nv.
,.2,:
i.
,. .'I
5i'i'. i;2 .
72
i
401
1.2J7,
I
' 'A s
(.01
1J.I
1
i
"ii
4'.
B7
II
1
S
21)
M
6
51
11
41
1
1
1.1
1
7WI
17
H
12
1
13
1.1 li 7i)
11
'bi !.'.'.
2
21
21
0.1. 1.3
ii
12 .'.'.'.'."','
f'Jl 1'J
1 HI1 .
22 .
tl..
5IC
27
2
i3
'is
4 .
IH .
711 .
7.1;..
n.-ji
7i.ll
3lii.
.1
C3
230,011 IS. Jil, 23 11,1 I'SI
The aggregato voto for Supcrlnten 1
ent ot Public Schools as follow.: Wolfo,
2."(),uTJ; Sevor, 18s,24s; Rrownlow, 2.1,
180, and Hughes, OPS. l'or Railroad
and Warehouse Commissioner Hick
man, 25I..VU; Morrilletd, lb7,U0; Hoy
den, 21.732, and Crouch. 07S. 'Jhis voto
gives majorities and pluralities as fol
lows: (hum's plurality, 01.7SS; majori
ty, :Vi,iWl. WoUo's plurality, Hl.bUl;
majority, 3.1,1114. Hickman's plurality,
04,414; majority, 38.70.'.
Tho total voto for Judgo of tho Su
premo Court at tho recent election was
404,i28. At tho last presidential elec
tion tho total voto polled was 523, l'JS,
or 6S.870 votes greater than at the re
rent election. Tho Democrats polled
11,003 less votes, tho Republicans IS,
034, tho Labor party I1.4S1 greator and
tho Prohibitionists 3,.15'J less.
MUNICIPAL DEBTS.
, Ileliictlon or Nearly SS.OOD.OOO In (lis
(11illif.itl.uiH of Missouri Cllle. Sliue
1X80.
Tho returns to the Consus Office show
that tho cities of Missouri aro carrying
dubts amounting to S24,3Irt,Ml. This is
a reduction of nearly 2,000,000 In ten
yearn. Tho Interest on tho prosontdebt
Is 81.344,810. Tho debts of tho cities ot
Missouri aro glvon as follows:
Citir.s.
Total Pelit.
Itoonvltlo
Ilrnuklluld...
Cutilun
t. (jlrirUeiiu..
camuilun
Cartliugu... .
Cllnlol
Du bolo
Killtmi City...
Iiirrl'iiiivillu.
llnldun
vllilepeluleiuo
.liffei'Miu clly.
uexliiuton
libation
M.ieiinClly. ...
Muraliall......
Mnr.vl le
IllL'XlCO,... ...
m.liurly
Nevadu
l'iurceOllv....
l-lensiilll lilll..1
Itli'h Illll
Sid II
M. J 'Vlipl!.. ,
61. Ixitll'
titmiburi-y
Union City....
VVaru n.ljiurit
Wasliliiutoti...
VeUU Cliy...,
VI enton
Totnis
lh-0.
ill,''J1
M.I 0
137.SH
6,574!
........
25,l 00
ti.'eo
3'J,78i
C.I.IKW
ll.lfj
' 'ii'.ioi
12.00
23,'jOI
60,7051
27M0'I
1,617ml
B. .11.1.' 07
C0J
81.000
4S.-01I
2 500
8 I'M'
I WW
1 17,1151
13.11 II
107,10
15, 4'J
5.0 0
37,10
11,50
COM
102.00
1.7 01
" ',J16
' Vib'i'oi!
1.1131.12'
21.U2rt.100
;,om
01 till
4I.M1
(543
Avallillilii
U sour is.
1S8). I Kli.
J.70
12,113
esill
2.0!
I.KI
3,u;l
anoii
1,401
b'JJ
r.i'oi
401,100
80S
0.172
1,00
iau
2 00)
2.5110
10.WI
l.o-j
1KI1
5.100
l.B'JS
5,5117
il',770
2.CIS
a 531
s.s 1
0.701
7,0.11
Will
I 41.1
i.l'.l
SMI
1,5'rl
Ii3
f,r,0
s'.i'Vi
201
,0 140.ISOJ4 Bll).5'jl510.mn
Bvlluwr(l llm I-Vllso Trrtli.
At Houston, Tox., Holnrlcb Schmidt
swallowed bis false tooth. Ho was In a
dying condition wbon a ubyslviau
Vulled tbo tou,ta out with, forceps, and.
MyiftWiinffl,

xml | txt