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In Missouri's Legislature

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A dispatch froin Jefferson City says The farmer members are anxious to ge all the inf ormation they can regarding corporation8 in the state and thetr as sessed property valuations. The thirc resolution on this subject was presentec in the house by Representativo Lee, o Carter. It spacified that every count; clerk in the stat be required to f urnish the honse with a list of corporations in each of the connties, with the assessex property valnation of each and other in formation concerning thexn. The resolution was laid over until to-morrow. Representativo McLm, of Johnson, in troduced a resolution to exclude all lobbyists from the house. He said there was reason to believe that the house wonld be overrun with railroad lobbyists bafore the session was well advanced. Miss Otis' Dol Is. Miss Elita Proctor Otis, the youthfn proprietor of The Saturday Review, who is now in Paria with her mother, has a curious and novel fad for dolls. When she lived at the Chelsea, New York city a whole room in her apartment was devoted to them. Little dolls and big dolls old dolls and young dolls, dolls of higl and of low degree, and dolls of color- in short, every variety of dolls known to the rising and the risen generation coulc be found there. For many months the; have been stored away in large trunks but will soon be resnrrected and their ranks re-enforced by dainty marvels o: Parisian manufacture, as Miss Otis in tends to sail for New York this month - Kpoch. Every man knows how good he woulc be were he some other man. "I see through my error," said the boy who broke Jones' window with a snowball, and Jones forgave him.