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VOLUME XIX. i m. State t Republican. JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1890. NUMBER 52. JOHN A, LINHARDL DEALER EST- Stp m f buck GiOGBiies t SEBOT A.T,QSCH3,3 l MNIMftKHItl t VPN III Mil ill ill I ft WNNHI Glauwure,- Qucenswaro, Ten nnd Dinner Sets. Chamber Bets, 4Llhrarj"Lmp, "Toilet Article-, Tobacco, Olgfirs, Woodcnwure, Ice Chests, Refrlgerat ore, Gri and Garden Seed, Oy. ' , . . t ten, Fih and Qme in ' . y& Season. FiH an Kinds of Cottntry PMiico. 230, east mtekrsTkfciiT. ,;.T a DANIEL GUNDELFINGERp Hardware 4Bftk Tinware sCatlerys 353170. B9Lf IHITO. Tho Most Complete Stock in Central Missouri of the Best and Cheapest Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Cutlery, Etc. Exclusive agent for . 8sTh8 Celebrated Wire-Gauze Charter Oak Stoves AND .QUICK MEAL GASOLINE STOVE. Door Frames, Window Frames, Wire Screen, Weather Strips, Sprinfl Hinges, Bird Cages, Water Coolers, Etc., a Specialty. Tin Rooting i Spouting and Jobbing of all kinds given prompt attention, 183 SOT-tEfflia?. yAsnnsniiiiiisB, TsssKK ANTON i NATSOH Tho Very Latest and Boat Stoves Manufactured, Fully Warranted. Coll and soo them. Guttering, Light ning Bods, Novel tioa, Etc, at tho Lowest Prices and Warranted. WOOD, COAL. GAS, GASOLINE, STOyES.H- nanaoananaanaanaaaaaanaa TINWARE & METAL ROOTING. VALL KEPAIRING- NEATLY DONE.'W No. 403 Wost-Main Stroet. Opposite Gas Workn. Henry J. dtJlLe, ' SebNaSB SDEt&f 'jT W.'sCHOLtE, - j President. Vloe-Pretldent. Seoretary A Treasnrer GflPITAL STAR AND VICTORIA ROLLER MILLS. S i FliOUR MFAL AND MILL FEED Krai first -CteLiwf is i m Double or Single, for Oity or Country or for Commercial Travelers, at the st Rates given In Central Missouri. Home Boarded bi thf Pfy, W H er Month at Reaaonatile !ate. ' Epitome of the Week. INTEHESTINO NEWS COMPILATION. CONGRESSIONAL. beconit Bvsslon. SKKAtbn CUI.LOX (III.) Introduced a bill In loo Bcnato on the Sd to reduce lollor pontage to oso cint Tbe election bill was ftirthaf dta oss'ed..(.Inthe House toe oopyrlint bill mi passed by a vote of 13a to M. A bill M Intro-, duceM to cioluJe Immigrant Who are hostile to the principles ot th constitution or who are Insane or dependent tor support. It also pro Tides that no person shall encourago Immigra tion by advertisements or promises of employ, toent. Dills were Introduced la tho Sonata on the 4th for a permanent tariff Commission and for the fm Unlimited UBn of silver mnnr. a res olution was adopted to Issne arms tot be Btatas. 01 Norm ana Banth Dakota. iN.nruki, and Wyomlnr. Tho election'' Mil was fnrther dli-' vusBourA.inineuonsora Dii wssr uuroauoea nubuuruiDf uio issua 01 a now series oi iofni tender notes to meet any deficiencies, In the' revenue of the-Oovetntoeot. Tho bill. prorlV ins forhLUnnl.htnent- of everv' martllan or iiber person ,for V omteitlenRntof Uipen- fOB his ward was passed. Tna time was occupied In the Senate on the D in discussing the election bill.. ..In the House tht pension appropriation bill (1135,000, 000) was discussed and finally passed. The Senate bill authorizing tho Secretary ct War to Issue 1.0X1 stands of "arms to each of the States of North and South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana and Nebraska was also passed. A bill was Introduced providing for the disarma ment ot tho Indians and making It a punlBhable offenss for any person to sell arms or ammunl-" non to mem. A resolution was passod In the Senate on tho Cth calling on the Attorney Ocncral for n Hat of clrctlon supervisors. House amend ments to the bill to lssuo arms to settlers wen agreed to, and the elections bill was further dis cussed. ...In the Houso tho Senate bill was passed appioprlatlng 1100,000 for the purchase' r.i aauuionui rations for the Sioux Indians. Tho Senate bill for the retirement of General George Stoneman, with the rank ot Colonel, was also passed. The Senato Joint resolution directing the President to request the widow of General Grant to permit the removal of the remains of her Illustrious husband to Arlington Cemetery was Introduced. Tnc Senate passed tho time on tho 8th in dis cussing the elections bill..,, In the House tho McKlnley bill providing for a rebate on tobacco was pasied. A bill was Introduced for the erec tion of a new posl-onice building in Chicago to cost (1,0.0,00), DOMESTIC. A PA98ENOEn train on tho Chicago A Alton road was run into by a Wabash freight train at Jacksonville, III., and two men were killed and four wounded. TiilKyr.s extractnd sevoral thousand dollars" friKn an express messenger's Bachol which had boon left In tho Jialtt moro it Ohio dopot In Zanosvllle, O. Am extinguished blast turnaco ot tho Illinois Iron & Steol Company at Jollot collapsed, and nine mon were killed and nine othors were injured. JosErn U. Auiiott, cashier for tho Henry W. Sago Lumber Company at Albany, N. Y., who was. discovered to be a dofaultor to the oxtont ot 8100,000, shot hlmsolf dead. Tub Indiana State Board of Health In its annual report to the Uovcrnor esti mated that tho grip epidemic in Indiana in lS'JO caused a money loss of moi-o than SI, 000,00). The residents of Rawlins County, Kan., wore said to bo in a dostitute condition, and many would starvo un less assttlod. Kkv. Wii.mam Haihd and wito, of Charlcstown, Intl., left for Corea, where Mr. llaird will bo employed as a mis sionary Ty tho Presbyterian board. Iiik U. O. Carpenter nursery at Fair- bury, tho largest in Nebraska, was sold to an English syndicate for 575,000. IIKMtr Johnson (colored) was lynched near I'lckens. h. C, for a criminal as sault upon Mrs. Thomas Walters, a whlto woman. JXron SciiAHFBit heat tho world's rec ord at balk-llnu billiards in lloston. In five innings ho mado a total of 400. (iKNK(AL RitooKK reported on the 4th to the War Department that a ma jority of the hostile Indians in South Dakota woro willing to return to l ino Kldgo ggency. A stock of liquor that was to bo used In opening a saloon at Kyana, lnd,, was destroyed by women crusadors. Tub Intercontinental Hallway Com mission was called to .ordor.at-Wttsb.lng-ton by Secretary Illalno and organized by the election ot A. J. Cassatt as presi dent, Diamonds valued at 13,000, belong ing to Mrs. Kirk II. Armour, dlsap-j peared trom' the vaults of the Now En gland rtafoty Deposit Company at Kan sta'Clty, Ma The business failures in the Unitod States during the seven days ended on the Sth numbered 312, against 249 the preceding week and 310 the correspond ing week last year. A riiic which broke out in Maglnn'a cracker factory at Pittsburgh, Pa de stroyed four large bustnoss blocks, caus ing ft loss of $360,000. ' At rrprldencev.lt.. I., a firs tn the ro- tall dry-goods store of Shophard & Co. caused dura ago to tho extent of 8-SOO,-000. IT was reportod that geld In largo quantities bad been discovered In a galch eighteen miles southwest ot Co lumbus, lnd. The cotton bouse of V. & A. Meyer at New Orleans suspendod with liabilities aggregating $9,SOO,O0Oand assets $3,000, 000. This was the third largest cotton house In the country. Delauateu & Co., bankers at Mcad ville, Pa., failed for J400,00a In a quarrel at Ironton, 0 John Whoclersburg was fatally injured by a, fellow-workman, who threw a shovelful of rod-hot sand in his face. At Fort Worth. Tex., Bon Mabloy cut tho throat of Utile Ford and thon' his own. Tnr. schooner Undine was wrecked, wbilo attempting to coss the channel from tho islands to Santa Barbara, Cal., and Its crow ot three mon were drowned. Four men were also drowned by tho loss o' tho schooner Ida Florence near tho lame place. With tho objeot of competing with British manufacturers E. W, Bliss, of New York, has taken n contract to make armor-piercing projectiles for the Unitod States Government. At the session of tho National Farm ers' Allianco In Ooala, Fla., U U Polk was re-elected president ot the organi sation. A yioi.KNT earthquake shock was felt at I.ookwood, Mo. Houses were shaken and the. whole population Cod into to trie'for iafotri ' PfKnti&aT HaIIWsM lltist appointed Itomualdo Pachccoy'ot California, to be Minister ot the Unitod Statos to tho Central American ftftatcs In place of Minister MUnerr&alled. John S, CLKMotVas froscn to death whllu driving frdfit'.Uonesdnlo to his homo In AldonvllWrJP. Jon M. EoXKlVJgM. Johnson, Thom as Milloranol Janiiii II- Lang, all high railway o01ola1s,,"iire Indicted by tho Federal grandjurjr for violating tho In terstate commorcejact In Chicago. On account of'tbTJ' disappearance of Us. president, "B,, U.I Campbell, tho Chi cago Safo t Ioclc(wnpany mado an oa slgnmont,,chCduRhg its assots at (700,000 and its Jil'abjlitles at 1000,000. A hand lift thjeves, ten in number, Wbojor'tvclj yoarkad' robbed planters and- .burned, -much-.JiropcrtY, was capt ured near UomphlsTTenn. At ihe.'loadlng (9.hrinff-housos In tho United Bta'tesjtbf7 ihanges during the I 'eoV Vuided 'or.ii- flth -aggregated'1 VifUot'fViUtOov, agairrstJ9i,iJau,to'j,u tno provlous week. As compared with the corresponding wook of IsS'J tho de crease amounted to C.5. Aaiion Oaki.hy, of Lockport, N. Y was found dead In his bod, having been asphyxiated by coal gas, and his wife would probably not rccovor. ExtiMsit capitalists have bought 6,000,000 acres of land in the Sequat dice valley, Tonnos&ee, for $5,000,000. The Boston Uomoopilhlc Society has adopted a resolution advocating the uso of chloroform In tho oxocutlon of con demned criminals. LiKtur.NANT Elliott of the Fifth Cavalry ejected flftyfivo boomers from tho Cherokeo strip near Caldwell, Kan. In Chicago Mnmlo Starr was sen tenced to life Imprisonment for killing Mr. and Mrs. Nrwland by putting poison in tholr fooJ. The organization of tho American Harvester Company was porfected In Chicago, Cyrus II, MeCormlck being chosen president, 'the company com prises tuonty-Ilvc mower and reapor factories, all tbo cutter-bar factories In the country and many twine nnd cordago works. Tho capital .stock is 535,000,000, and it will do tho mower and reaper business of the world. William E. Wooduuff, Stato Treas urer of Arkansas, was said to bo S07,000 short In his accounts. William Pkiiiit, a member of tho Warren Street M. E. Church of Brook lyn, N. Y., foil dead In' a "testimony mooting" In tho church whllo telling his experience. John Payne, aged 80 years, living at Mount Auburn, lnd., committed sulci Jo. Mns. Hknuietta Snki.l, tho widow of Amos J. Sncll, tuo murdered Chicago millionaire, has renewed her offer ot 550,000, for tho capturo of William B. Tascott, the supposod murderer ot her husband. The city of Slltcston, Mo., was nearly destroyed by fire. Tuiiee counterfeiters and over 520,000 in spurious inonoy vioro captured by olllcers near Nowmarkot, Mo. The jewelry store of J. C. oodliof at Waxahachlo, Tex., was cntcrod by burglars who secured from 12,000 to Slo.OUO worth ot jewelry. The boiler of a Lohfgh alloy engino exploded at Daln, Pa., killing Thomas Mahonoy, the engincor, and J. Loary, the fireman. The National Tailors' Association In annual sossion at Pittsburgh, Pa., elect ed T. J. Cunningham, of Philadelphia, as president. A dynamite bomb wns found In tho Union depot at Kansas City, Mo., and at onco thrown into the river. In a fit ot jealousy Edward Flnlcy (colored), of St. Paul, Minn., killed his wife and then fatally wounded himself. at Wellington, o., David iioko Kinea S. Jj. Sage, his employe, and then com mitted suicide,- Sage had detected Hoke stoalinggrecerlcs. Thomas Scanlin & Son, a foundry llrra at Evansvllln, I rid., failed for S100,- 000. I The makers of bartel-wiro In session In Chicago announced. tholrintontion ot forming a trust and advancing prices one cent a pound. Tub National Board of Tr.ide began its twenty-second annual session at Now Orloans on tbo Sth. President Fred Farley was re-elected. Seven counterfeiters who had beon operating at Palestine, O., woro ar rested and their outfit confiscated. TmtEE masked men bound tho watch man at tho Wigwam Thoator at San Francisco and then opened the safe and took 51,000 in cash' and jewelry valued 81,000. At Columbus, O., George E. McCoy had a log amputated. Ho was woundod bolow tbo knee at-tho battle of Pino Knob, twenty-slx..yoars ago, and l)ad been a constant safferor from the effects of the wound since. The will of Daniel D. Fayorweathor, the late millionaire leather dealer of New York, gives (53,100,000 to different colleges and 505,000 to hospitals. Oscak Mykiis and Miss Maud, Grant ham, students at tho Wesleyan Insti tute at Cameron, Mo., wero drownod by breaking through the Ico while skating on a pond. The vlslblo supply of grain In store in tho Unitod States on the 8th was: Wheat, 24,509,834 bushels; corn, 2.218, S85 bushels; oats, 8,S09,875 bushels. A FliiK at Montpeller, lnd., destroyed six business buildings In the, center of tho town. Colonel Bee, the Chinese Vice-Con sul at San Francisco, declared bofore tho Congressional committee on Immi gration that thoro were 1,330 Chlnsso murderers In this country. Tub Arm of Boberts, Cushman jfc Co., batters' .materials, ot Now York7 tailed for about 5500,000. Official figures from the Census 11 u roiu show that Des Moines, lb, and EvansYille, lnd., each have 60,007 in habitants. ' PERSONAL AND POLITICAL, Dn. llAXTKit, Surgeon General of the United .States army, died at Washing ton, aged sa yearsv E. Diinpaii I'lticr, whose wealth and extravagance had made him well known tn this country and. Europe; died In Now York, aged 31 yoars. Qoveiinoh Tillman and tho State officers of South Carolina werq inaugu rated orf ,Wtu Dt Colbl Noiiman Calhoun, vi yoars old, and Martha Dickson, 80 years old, wero mar ried at IVmnsboro, W. Vs. Piirsident Haiuhsun entertained at luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Stan ley. Cleiik McPheiison ot tho House of Representatives has printed tho un ofllcial list of members-elect of the next House, showing 88 Republicans, 234 Democrats and 8 Farmers' Alliance. Kkv. Jr C. White, the oldest Presby terian minister in Cincinnati, died at the ago of 85 years. Ho bad boen sta tioned thoro nearly fifty years. Joe Coiiuiin, tho old time pugilist, died of consumption In Now York, aged SO years. The first Stato Legislature of Idaho mot at Boise City on tho 8th. There are 3(5 members ot tho House and 18 of the Son ate. Tho House stands 30 Re publicans and 0 Domocrats; tho Senato, .4 Republicans and 4 Domocrats. - ?YARHiNOToMpLKAir; for many yiafs well known in journalism as the pro prietor of tho Cincinnati Enquirer, died at his rosldcnco in Washington In his 74th year. Joseph Jackson (colorod) dlod on tho 8th at Jacksonville, Fla., aged 113 years. MISSOURI STATE NEWS. FOREIGN. A Finn occurred In tho work-houso at Newcastlo-on-Tyne, and six porsons woro burned lo death. Bcvis, Russia. & Co., London mer chants, failed for ovor 81,000,000. Russell, Seyiiolti & Co., wholesalers of dry goods at Ottaw.i, Out., failed for 8250,000. Owing to recent executions In Rus sia of mon who wero subsequently provod to' bo Innocent, the Czar ordored that no death scntenco shall bo carried out until approved by him. Germany has officially recognized tho United Statos of Brazil. The nine cotton mills In Canada were purchased by tho Dominion Cotton Mills Company, composed of woalthy Mont realer3, for 53,800,000. An American syndicate has purchased tho San Ramon sugar estate at Man zanlllo, Cuba. for5G00,000. A taiicel containing 150,000 francs which was started by an English bank for Amsterdam was stolon between Ostend and Antwerp. At a mooting In London on tho 6th tho majority of the Irish Nationalists deposed Mr. Parnoll from tho loader ship and elected Justin McCarthy in bis stead. Tnr, Spanish Government Is accused of harassing tho Protoatant missionaries In tho Caroline Islands, with a view of driving them from that region. Eighteen' convict soldiers escaped trom the barracks at Juarez, Mox., by killing throo of tho guards. Thoy woro pursued, and three wero overtaken and shot to death, and four capturod and re turned to tho post, where thoy woro ordored to bo executed. The nnti-Parnellltos hold a mooting In London on tho 8th and authorized Justin McCarthy to draw up an address to the Irish people. Mr. Parnell would make a tour of Ireland. The Norwegian bark Barjholdo was wrecked at Codroy, Newfoundland, and thirteen of hor crow drowned. Queen Regent Emma, of Holland, took tbo oath ot office In tho presence of tho mombors of the Dutch Parliament. Tunnr. ihindiif.d lives woro lost and many liousos wrecked by the blowing up of tho Government powder mills at Tal Ping Foo, China. A boat containing tho captain nnd fourteen raon of tho crow of tho Japan ese training ship Monju capsized off the coast of Japan and all wero drowned but two. LATER NEWS. In tho Sonate, on tho 0th, somo minor measures wero passed. In presenting a bill relating to tho circulation, Mr. Plumb said that ho would soon ask to have tho Elections bill laid asido nnd financial mattors considered. Dobato on tho Elections bill was resumed, and Mr. Barry and Mr. Danlols spoke against It. In tho llouso Roprosontatlvo- oloct Thos. J. Gary, ot California, was sworn In. Tho resolution looking to tho romoval of tho remains ot Gcnoral Grant to Arlington was debated and finally defeated (03 to 158). A number of public building bills woro passod. Afteii a largo amount of monoy has been spont in building natural gas pipe linos lo Columbus, Dayton, Sprlnguold, Troy, Sidney, Piqua and other manu facturing centers in uenirai unio, uio owners of factories In all theso cities have been notified that tho natural gas companies can no longer supply them with gas and will only luinu private contracts. It 1b feared the supply will bo inadequate even for private con sumers. The train for Bethlohem on tho Reading railroad was thrown from tho track just aftor leaving Greon Mount, Pa., on the 8th, and run about a hun dred foot ovor the ties, stopping at the very brink ot the trestlo over Wlngo Hocking cieolc, M ty foet high, inane oi the pasongors woro Injured. A switch had beon tramporod with, and this caused the dorallmont. The prlosts on Achlll Island havo ap pealed to Chief Secretary Balfour to as sist four hundred families there who are In actual distress because of tbo failure of the potato crop. 'These un fortunate people havo boon reduced to the necessity of eating dlsoasod pota toes In order to avoid death by starva tion. S. H. H. Clatik has boon appointed gonoral managor of tho Union Paclflo and will bo oloctod first vlco-prosldent, thus returning to tho position which ho held fifteen years ago. W. II. Uol comb, the present gonoral manager, is mado assistant to Mr. Clark. Mil Justin McCahthy, tho nowly electod chairman of the Irish National ist Parliamentary majority, has ex pressed the hope that the division which exists between the two sections of tbo Irish party will gradually be bridged ovor. The English syndicate which reconkly purchased tho celobratcd Elkhorn mluo. In Idaho has purchased tho lronroask ralno near Rod CltiT, Col,, for tfi00,000. The new ownors oxpoct to got on out VHt ot Ml00Q por wepk from tb9 ffltB Tux receipts ot the Statu Troosurj during Norembor wore: Stato rovonui fund, 5124,40:1.67; Stato Interest fund, 524,240 04; executors' fund, 858 75; In surance department fund, 8891.80; earn ings Stato penitentiary, 817,013.53. Tho disbursements during tho month woro: Stato revenue fund, 5121,093.23; State Interest fund,-8039. 77; executors' fund, 8113 52; lnauranco department fund, 51,115.67; State ponltentlary, 817,013.53. The balance on hand Novomber 30 was 5857,241.75. Rev. Simon P. ANnitnsoif, an educated colored man who had for -six years been pastor ot tho Central Baptist, tho arlstocratlo negro ohurch of St Louis, a year agodrow from tho bank funds bo longing to tho church to tho amount ot nearly SL300, forging the signature ot the church clerk to checks. Tbo other day he-was convicted' and'su".ltoncod to five years In tbo penltontiary. Julius Fiscmf.ii, wbowasdofo.itcd for county clerk of Jasper County by Mrs Annie Baxter by about 000 majority, has filed papers clalm ng tho offico on tho ground that h s successful opponent is a woman and is therefore not eligible. Mrs. Baxter is said to bo cmmonlly qualified to perforin tho duties ot the offico. - Fhed J. Belden, bookkeeper for the Kansas City Investment Company, was recently arrested charged withombez zllng 8500 ot tho Investment Company's monoy. Two years ago tho company bought 12." acres ot land valuol ntSIOO, 000 near Tolodo, O, and using Bo, den as a "straw" man had tho deed mado in his namo, lloldon giving a dood of trust which has slnco disappeared. Belden dcollned to sign a now deed, and then tho company claimed to havo discovered a shortago in his accounts, and hnd htm arrested. S. M. Muiumiy, a painter, diod recent ly at Kansas City of glandors. It Is stated that a movemont is on foot among tho cities of Missouri hav ing populations between 2,500 and 5,000 to got Into tho Australian ballot family, along with tho larger clt.os. A man supposod to bo Nathan G. Lewis, ot Galveston, Tex., was found dead In his room at St. Louis tho other morning, Tho coroner was Investigat ing tho case. Lowls told tho landlord, of whom ho rented the room, that bo was traveling salesman for a Massa chussots boot and shoo company Geoiige Scheid shot bis wlfo (n tho head at St. Lou s tbo other ovenlngand thon put a bullot Into his forchoad. His wound was fatal, but his wifo will recovor. Last Juno tho couple sepa rated, tho wlfo going to tho house of hor parents, whoro she had slnco lived. Cecil Thomas, tho young son o' Mayor Thomas, ot Palmyra, who had beon cutting u wldo swath In sporting circles at Kansas City for tho last few months, was arrested tho other day, charged with throo soparato crlmos of forgory. Matt Kontscholor, formerly traveling salesman for a grocery com' pany, was arrostod as an accomplico. Thomas passod a forged check for $10 on a buslnoss llrm in Kansas uity, Ivan, and when arrostod two othor similar checks wero found in his possession. Sevekai. of Kansas City's aldormon have beon charged with accoptlng bribes from tho projectors ot an incline plane. An invest gating oommlttoa oxonoratod tho accused, but tho matter will prob ablv reach tho grand jury. Ross Hanna, a woll known business man, died at his res'.denco In Kansas Cily the othor morning from tho otTocts of an overdose ot morphlno, whother takon with sulclditl lntont or not bad not boon determined. The other night Norval O. King, aged 37, committed sulctdo at St Louis by taking poison, uotoro commltt nr tho act ho wrote a note lo tho coronor tolling him what ho intondol to do, but not to mu til a to tho body. Ho gavo no reason for tho deed. His paron ts ros:do In Connecticut. Another letter told what disposition to mako ot his ro mains. Dit Julius R. Stikplk, of St Loels, who Novcmbor 21 drovo to a potlco station and reported that hn had been shot by somo unknown p rion whllo driving along Ltfayotto avonuo, has died of his wound. Ho carried nearly 870,000 llfo insurance, most of it p'nc.id shortly boforo bo was shot. Detectives wero at work on tho caso. Stephen CAiiiiiNaroN, a woll known young trader an I farmer, who resided nvo miles southwest of L'ulten, whllo recently riding alonr tho road was caught undor tho chin by a grapo vino somo miscreant had tied across tbo road Ho was iorked baoc on his horse, which reared up and foil upon him. Ho was plolced up throe or four hours after wards In an almost lllelcss condition, with Bovoral ribs broken and paralyz'd from tbo waist down. It was thought that bis Injuries would provo fatal. By a late accident on tho Cb cngo & Alton road, near Jacksonville, III, Judge J. IC It ffol, of Kansas C ty, was Instantly klllod, and W. 1L Knight, also of Kansas City, seriously injured, Judge HI del was treasurer of the 'F.irm, Loan & Trust Company and a director ot the .Etna National Bank. Dil U. L. Bekk was found dead no far from bis residence In Jasper County tho other morning. He bad been throw trom bis buggy and his olothing caich ing on the wheel he-was dragged halt mile. The Missouri State Horticultural So- ototy, at its late meeting In Clinton, ro-olected tbo old olllcers and ap pointed a commlttoo to act with th State Board of Agriculture In regard to a display at the Chicago World s Fair. The Governor has appointed John M. Weeks, of Jaspor County, as a member of tho legislative commlttoo to scttl with tho Stato Treasurer and Auditor. This appointment Is made to fill th vacancy occasioned by tho Inability o Representative Mueller, of SL Charles County, to servo, owing to sickness and death in his family. Tun Governor has appointed Senator William B. Toasdalo, ot Kansas u.ty, Representatives William E. Porkln son. of Charlton, and Groves M. Lane, of SI. Louis County, as a legislative committee to visit and examine Into the various bcnovolont, charitable, and edugstltonal iHs(liUttflnS thf MJW How The I) td Financier Disposed tf Ills wmltli ills Family unii homo nr ills Friend. Well I'rovlileil For, lint Not D'lllur for Kiliirntlonsl or ClitirltsMe I'nrpo.o. 111. It icing and UreedUig Htililr. tn lie Hold. New Yoiik, Dec. 10. Tho will of Au gust Bolmont has been filed. It Is a engthy document, and names Walter Luttgon, of Llnclon, N. J., and Perry Ilelmont as executors. It providos that all his hones used for racing or breed ing shall bo sold, together with the rac ing establishments and other property connected with racing. All his em ployes who havo boon With him II vo years or more got a bequest equally with tholr salarlos. An exception Is mado In tho caso of Allen Cole, an em ploye, who bad oarned his confldcnco and respect, who gots 810,000. Ills part ner, Walter Luttgcn, gots 815,000. Caro line SlldjjJJJJelnijjnj.hls wldow.rocolvos: an riousunoia lurnituro, pinto, uooics, paintings and statuary, wines and othor articles of uso, ornament or curiosity In both his city rosidonco and his Newport country houso, and all horses not used n racing or brooding, and carriages, nil to bo sold at her death, except, how- vor, tho family portraits, portrait of tho Queen of Holland, marble bust of his wlto and marblo bust of Commodore Perry, and tho statuottos of his daugh ter Jennie nnd his son Oliver, which are to bo distributed among his children. Ills widow Is also given tho rcsldcnco t Eighteenth stroet and Fifth avenue, his Newport rcsldcnco and tho houso No. Ill Fifth avonuo for life. At her doath thoy revort to tho residuary es tate, hecurltles to tho amount of SL OG, producing an lncomo of S"2,01)0, re to be hold in trust for his wifo by xecutor Luttgon, tho lncomo to bo paid to hor. At hor dcafrii tho securities nrn to bo convortcd Into cash and divided among his tlireo sons, Perry, August nd Oliver llnzzard, and tho lssuo thon living of his daughter, Fredorlka. Tho latter .tlso gets tbo Income nf 5544,750 n bonds, amounting to 525,000 a year. Hor Issue takes tho principal at her death. Mr. llolmimt does not mako a single bequest to cbarltablo purposes. 'erry gots an lncomo of jIS),400 Irorn a. trust fund of 5382,25(1 In securities. Porry can dlsposo of principal by will. BELMONT'S MILLIONS. 115 THE NICARAGUA CANAL. RynopsU of dm Aliniinl Itrport fit tho Nlrirnguu Maritime cau-il (;oniMiiy hubmltted t tlie herrclury or tlio In terior. Washington. Dec. 10. Tho annual report of tho Nicaragua .Maritlinu Canal Company has been submitted to tho Secretary of tho Interior. It suows mat during tho past year operations on tho canal have boen prosecuted with ulll genco and energy and great progress has been mado in tho work of construc tion. Tho final plans and dotailed sur veys ot tho canal, Its harbors, etc., havo beon comploted, and no efforts havo beon spared in perfecting tho loca tion of tho route from ocean to ocean. About 100,000 cubic yards of tho canal havo already been excavated nnd sov oral milos of aqueduct havo boon com pleted, feinco tho organization oi thn company, 10,145 shares of tlio capital stock of tho company havo boon sub scribed for, aggregating SI, 014,500, ot which amount 51,104,050 has been paid Into tho treasury of tho company. Slnco Its organization, tho company has expended for work and niatorlals 8772,203 and 52,000.000 of the capital stock, and Is now obligated for S4,2Mi,- 000 of its first mortgage bonds. Its lin bllttlos consist of Ibo amounts still duo under tho concessions granted to tbo company and 54,285,000 of bonds. Tho cash liabilities outstanding amounts to about 550,000. MORE BRITISH GOLD. It Is Necking Invest int'tlt In the Typl Foumlrlt'N or A iimrlca Twenty .Million Dotlnrs nt tlin I'nmmtiii! of Ihu Senile nto to liny Up l'luits. Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 10. A morn ing paper says for somo tlmo a company composed of English and American cap italists known as tlio American Jypo Foundry Company, has been negotiat ing for tho purchase of all tho tyro foundries in tho United Mates. Mho fact becamo known yesterday through rumors of an attempted purcliaso of tlio typo foundries In this city. Represent atives of tho company havo at their dis posal for thn purposo of purchase Siil,- 000,000. During tho nast wook letters havo boen sont to nil tho typo foundries of ho country asking, first. If the com pany to which It is addressed will sell out and retain stock in tho enterprise: socond, If It will soli out and com- Dlotolv abandon tbo buslnoss. i ho man agor of tho Wostor:; Typo Foundry In Ibis city said, last night regarding tuo movements of tho syndicate; "I havo no doubt this will meet with considera ble success. A great many of tlio forndrlcs will sell out. So far as I am concerned. I havo left tho matter with our houso In Chicago." I'owdrr Kxuloslnn In ii Milp' Magiiilno. Halifax, N. S., Doc, 10. The pow der In tho mngnzino tit the Dominion steamer Nowileld exploded as tho steamor was onterlng Yarmouth harbor, yesterday, wrecking the forocastlo and tearing a largo bolo In tho steamer's sldo. One report says that four men woro klllod, but tbo "agent of tlio Ma rino and Flshorlos Doparlraontsaysthis Is not true. Ho states that ono man was klllod and six mon woru sorlously Injured. Tho man klllod nccordlng to tho official report. Is a fireman namod McKay. The Nowfield entered tho har bor and placed tho injured man In tho hospital on Bunker's Island. Cardinal Jlnnnlns'" l'rotrst Against TT Krcullnii of tho Jew. Lonpon, Doc 10. Cardinal Manning srrltos to Sir John Simon, expressing regret that illness prevents him from attondlng tho Mansion Houso mooting to-day to movo nnd second tho proposed resolution protesting against Russia's persecution ot tho Jows. He wishes to say, howover, that he exoner ates tho Czar and Czarina from any share in the harshness against tho Jaws. Tho letter breathes u deop spirit ol sympathy tor tho oppressed raco and eloquently protosts against tho porw tjutign to wWoli Uioy Biojulijeotoilt HI iHr '