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FROM THE OLD WORLD.
Krotntlia great Loudon (Eng.) Times. 1
A mom the ninny specifies Introduced to the
pulilio lor the cure of il ysiepsla. indigestion
derangements ' various kind, mid a a gen
eral family medicine, untie have met with suet
genuine appreciation as Hop Bitter. Intro
UIH rtI H VUlllltl J I'll m umiw"i;
iiliort time inor, to meet the great demand for
,lll ,J pi I' ,.,; ...- i
hiive rapidly increased In favor, until they are.
without ipiesllou, the lnt Kohir and valua-
uie iiieiiicuie kuowii. ii iu-wm.o . ........
in not due to the advertising It has received;
It U (amoim ly reason of It Inherent virtue.
It doc all that Is claimed for It. It discharges
II curative ismers without any ol tne ev
fectsot other bitter or medicine, being
.. . .. t iIU-,nM ff.ir tht most
wouiun, smallest child, and weakest Invall
. ........ luilil wlicrn
use. rev WTt uiu ii'w" i , , .
great discovery hits not already been hailed as
V ... l ..1 u fr-f.twl It lliwa
a deliverer ami wrn-vinct - --
what others affect to do. ComiHwod of simple
i. - - ..I .l..ll..iatM nml im-
material, it is a mai
cessful combination. Nothing Is wanting, r.v
i ii.... ........ wtn.iilit. tn tlia mark at
r I 111 u . 1 1 1 r
iliii.ii it i aimed, and never falls, Fleaaant
to the palate, agreeable to the stomach, and
thoroughly effective as a cure it has woo for
Itself the conlldeuce of all. Tlmoa, Jiondoii,
A few I'naolleilrd 1-cttem Trmm
Feb. 9, lh2.
I triel exmiriment on myself and oth
er wllh Hop Hitter. and easily recom
mend tliem as a pieasanv ami chh-im-hhi iiium
....... i iiuvn fniiiid i ln-m specially useful in
casesof congestion of Ihu kidney, a well as
ill bilious deiaiigemeiiis.
Iti v. .1. Mii.nku, M. A..
Hector to the Duke of Kiiiuhurgli.
U. 8. Consulate, Manchester, Eng., Nor. H, Ink.'.
f tentlcmnn : Since writing you of the great
beiielil 1 had derived from taking "Hon Bit
ters," I gave a friend a Itottlc, who had been
suffering much from dyscpsia and sluggish
liver, and the chaugu was marvellous: he ap
peared another being altogether. Hu hud
tried several other remedies without any Immi
eiit. I cou'U uume over a dozen other uiiracu-
lou cures. ,
AhtiiikC. Hall, Consular Clerk,
LonimiV, E.nh., Kept. 1. 182.
I am pleased to testify to tho good elfecU of
your "Hop Hitters." ilave been suffering a
long time wllh acvern pain In the left side and
across the loins, and, having tried a number ot
Mo-called remedies without any bcncllt, I am
glad to acknowledge tiie great relief 1 have
obtained from your medicine.
t iiAitLKs Watson.
Cou-hk.htok, En Aug. IS. ln3.
Gentlemen : 1 was troubled with a very bad
foruiuf Indigestion for a long lime, and tried
many tilings in vain until 1 got some "Hop
Hitlers," and on taking waa ipiUe cured, and
remain no till this time. 11 1 now three
inoullia ago since 1 was bad. F. Hki.l.
Oct. JO, 1882.
From Itev. J. f. Novell. M. A.
th-ur Sirs? I Iinve latelv finished inv first
Imtlle, o( "Hop ititler." After having for
many years sulTcrnd acutely from rMetimauc
gout (inherited) I ftH'l so much better, and cau
walk so much mine freely, should like to con
tinue the use of it. 1 wrile to ask how many
unities you will let me have furJLl, so that I
limy always have some in stock.
From Oalrt Irelaud.
Hop Hitters Co. Driu.ix, .Nov. If, Issj.
tieiillemen: You miiv be interested to learn
that one of the most eiiiUi-nt .fudges on the
Irish bench (a customer of mine) highly ac
provVsof your Hop Hitters, having received
great bencllt from their use.
1'. T. Holm km. Chemist.
Al.KXA.NimiA PAI.ACK, )
I.omhi.n, Kmi., April is ism. )
I find Hop llllters a most wonderful medical
combination, ueallhful, blood-purifying, and
strengthening. 1 can from analysis as well as
from medical knowledge, highly recommend
them it a valuable family medicine.
Kakhaiia Waiai k Uoiiiakii, Supt.
I.iinikim. K.MI , Feb. 1, 18S-J.
tSeiitlemen: For years I have lieen a suf
ferer from kidney complaint, and from using
your Hop Killers am entirely cured, and can
recommend them to all suffering from such
disease. Wu.l.l AM llAKKI.
SiiKKKiKi.n. Kmi., .lune 7, IKHi
Sir: Having sulTered from extreme nervous
debility for lour yours, and having tried all
kinds of medicine and change of scene and
nir without deriving any bencllt whatever, 1
was crsuaded by a frluud to try Hop 111 Iters,
and the effect, 1 am happy to say. was most
marvellous. Under theae circumstance 1
feel It my duty to give this testimonial for the
hem-lit of others, as 4 may say 1 am now en
tirely well: therefore I can Justly and with
vonlideiice give personal testimony to any one
wishing to call upon me,
ours truly, Hkmiv Halu
Nonvt n il, Ki., June l0, 1882.
To the Hop Hitters t o.
tieulli nieit : Having suffered for manr
year from biliousness, iiis-ompanied with
sickness and drciullul headache (being great
ly fatigued with overwork and long hours at
liiisiucss), 1 lost all energy, strength and a
iM'lito. i was nilvised by a friend in whom I
had seen such Ix-nelli'lal effects to try Hop Hit
ters, and a few ImiI Urn have ouite altered and
restored mo to belter health, than ever. 1
have also recommended 11 to other f rieuds,
and am pleased to add with the like result.
Every claim you make for it 1 cau fully en-
ilorse, and recominund it as an incomparable
onic Your lailhiully, a. W. Vitt.
K ATKM IIAC 11 IIOK, tiKJIMA.N, Aug. U8, 1K81.
Hop Hitler Co.
liearrtirs: I have taken your most precious
essence Hop Hiiter and I can already, after
so short a lime, assure you that I feel much
better than 1 have felt for mouths.
I have had, during the course of four years,
three times an inllammatioii of the kidneys.
Hie last, in January, IvO, was the worst; and
1 took a lot of medicine to cure the same, in
consequence of which my stomach got terri
bly weakened. 1 suffered from enormous
fiidiis, had to bear great torments w heu tak
ng nourishment, had sleepless nights, but
none of the medicine was of the least use to
me. Now, in couseiueuce of taking Hop Bit
ters, these pains and inconveniences have en
tirely left me, 1 have a good night's rest, and
nm sufficiently strengthened to work, while I
always had to lav down during the day. and
this almost every hour. 1 shall think it my
duty to recommend the Hitter to all who sill
ier, for t am sure 1 caiuiot thank the Lord
.eiiougli that I came across your preparation,
and l hope He will maintain you a lung time
lo come for the welfare of suffering mankind.
Your very truly,
FAtxiAK JJauskmui, uebr. Busier.
Front Portugal and tspsJn.
Gentlemen: Though not in the habit of
praising patent medicines, whlvh for the most
Iiart are not only useless but injurious, I
lave constantly used ll"P Hitters lor the past
foiiryearsin casesof indigestion, debility, fee
bleness of constitution and in all diseases
caused by poorer bad ventilation, want of air
and exercise, overwork and want of appetite,
with the most iicrfecl success.
I am the lirst who Introduced your Hop Hit
ter In l'ortugul and Kiiain, where they are
new used very extensively.
Yours very truly,
Hahon DkFontk HfCl.t.A.
Vrofcaiinn de chemle el tie l'harmacie, Co
Imbra university, t'oiiubra. rorlugal.
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. ram-he, i miles . w. from Austin;
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i;lNK FARM AMI RANt'HK FOR 8AI.K
V f.f acres, aft mile s. w. from Austin;
acre Held; residence ft rooms; tine stm-k wa
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Williamson, Caldwell. Hastrou and Biu-nelt
l-ouiitles, 3 to S years time.
ZlMI El.MAN BERC.EN.
Financial Agents, 106 East 1'ecau street,
r,MSK 8TIH K RANCHK FOR 8ALK-tJ.t
X acres, all fenced; flue luesipute grass
limber ami running water; five dwellings ami
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SECRETARY'S OFFICE. .
Hoi'sroN, March al, ItaO,
Notice is hereby etven that the regular an
nual meeting of the Oireclora and of the
htiN-kholiler ef the Houston and Texas Cen
tral Railway Company, will be held at the
company's utnee In the city of Houston, llarrU
county, Texas, ou Monday, May 7. IwU.
A, 8. UKllAltUSON, '
Furuiuut to an order of the commissioners
court of Coleman eoiiiiiy, made at Its Febru
ary term, I.-msJ, the tour leagues of school laud
ImlonMig to Mid county, will lie offered for
sale at public auction at the rouit house door
in the town of lolemau, ou Tuiwlty, May 15,
lsivt. lenns of sale : Oue-teiuii cash; re
inaiulng iiine-tentlis at the expintiion of twen
ty years, with interest at 8 is-r cent per au
lium payable anuuully on the llrst Moiuiay in
Jnlv. 1 liese ai- etimm! Braiiur laniis. HiLnuttMl
In l olemau county; located lu deveu tracts
hurvev No. 57, ls-jo acres.
Survey Nam, 4.-n ai-res.
Survey No. HI, -'! acres,
hurvcy No. if.', ai.v acres,
hurvey No. u.i, 2II0 acres.
Survey No. H, i-T acre.
Survey Nil. ! 4 1 a-re.
Stmvy No. y., --'.vts au-res.
i prn-e $- 50 per acre. .
- (--el any and all 1M is re-
'.' l. )'FV!I.
Mr. 8. A. Burke testified at follows:
j. What position do you hold?
A. 1 am assistant ergeant-at-arms In
l. lo you know the Brown building I
A. Yes, sir.
Do yeu know Cunningham and 1-
a. I know Cunningham.
(Jj. Do you know as a fact, whether
Mr. Cunningham was here actively en-
f aged working for a ratification of the
A. All 1 know Is hearsay; never talked
with him on the subject.
Q. Io you know, in connection with
Cunningham, as a fact, what one or more
of those rooms In the Brown builuing
was used for during the past months?
A. There was a poker room up there.
J. Vf ho bad control of it f
A. I don't know.
U. Do you know whether there was
ny whisky or cigars in the room?
A. 1 know there was whisky, cigars
and beer passed around when 1 was
j. Who acted as host?
A. 1 don't know the gentlemau't
name. I think be was a representative,
ilo was acting as barkeeper.
(j. Whatsortof a looking man was he?
A. I could not describe him. 1 know
him when I see him.
ii. Did be take money for what he was
A. No, sir.
Jj. How came you to be there?
A. I went after one ot the senators
while the senate was under call.
Jj. How did you barpen to go there?
A I was told that it was a good place
to find the absent members.
(Jj. Was that the member's room?
A. I don't know.
ii- Did you find him?
A. I did, sir.
H How many times were you up there?
A. I was never there but once.
Q. Whom Old you see there that you
A. 1 dou't recollect all of them. There
were six or eight there, but could not
state the names of more than two possi
tively. y. uo you nave any objection to stat
A. Yes, unless forced to do so.
J. What were they doing ?
A. Playing poker
Q Do you know whose room It was?
A. ' o, sir.
tj. Were there any beds In it?
A. One or two. Iam not positive as
to the number.
j. What part of the building?
A. I think the southwest corner.
. Did you set Upton?
A. 1 don't know.
(j. Do you know whether he stays In
that room or not ?
A. I understand be stays in that build
ing djn't know It positively.
Q. Do you know there was a poker
room there from the fact that yon went
a. les. sir. And l also saw it was a
O. What members of the house did
you see there ?
A. I preicr not to ten. tuev were
playing poker, and I had ratuei not tell,
an J will not unless forced to do so.
W. Ji. Uurges being sworn, testified:
(j. Where is your home?
Q. Are you a member of the ieirisla-
A. I am not.
How long have you been here?
1 came litre iiumedlatelv after the
the legislature assembled, and with the
exception of belDg at home seven or
eight days, have been here all the time.
o lou nave been a warm supporter
of the leai-e?
A. I have, sir.
(. Do you know where Cunningham
had his rooms?
A. In the Brown building.
j, llow often have you visited them?
A. Almost daily: I have often slept
O What quantities of whisky and
cigars were used?
A i have seen it In bottles and demi
no you know who paid lor it r
A. I do not.
. You took Cunningham and Upton
to be hosts ?
A. Wheu they were present.
(j. Who else did you see there?
A. I have seen numbers ot gentlemen
tbrtre belonging to the legislature.
VV IMd you see cards played there r
A. Yes, sir.
J. What sort ol game?
A. Two or three sorts ol frames. 1
have played poker and seven-up there
(J . Who did you see play cards ?
Witness declined to answer.
Q. Do you know where the whisky
and cigars came from ?
A. I have an Indirect knowledge: but
I submit to the chairman that the ques
tion is not pertinent.
Another panegyric on the virtues or
the penitentiary lessees, at this point by
the witness, autosome more war expert-
j. Is It not a fact that the hospitalities
n whisky and cigars and cards were fur
nished more freely at these rooms than
anywhere else in town?
A. 1 know of two other places where
it was equally as free.
Mr. burgess wished to make a state
ment. lie said: ! object to give names,
because there are several gentlemen who
have played poker there whom 1 have
heard sav.'l would not have my wife to
know, that I play not for anything.'
There were other gentlemen there who
represent constituencies, with whom it
might be In the way, politically, for them
If the people knew that they Played
poker. These are the reasons why I ob
ject to name them. 1 don't care who
knows that 1 pay poker."
Senator A. W . Houston examined:
ii. You have been In favor of the lease ?
A. Yes, sir; when 1 came here I be
lieved a majority of tbe legislature were
in favor oi tne lease. During the session
of the .legislature, however, my discov
eries led me to believe that tbe changes
that were made were made to tbe oppo
nents or the lease. The press ail over tbe
stale began fighting the lease alter we
eame here, and the presumption if, that
members of the legislature, before com
ing, thought that what the board bad
done was all right; but when they got
here the press began to oppose the lease,
then It was that opposition to the lease
began to gain strength, i myself was lu
lavor ot the lease.
Q. How did you know that a majority
of i he members were In favor of the
lei did you Interview them ?
A. No. sir: 1 arrived at mv conclusion
because tho lease bad been made by Qov.
itouerta ana tbe penitentiary board, and
because tnere had been no opposition, de-
vetopeu against it.
yj. in other words, von were in favor
A. Yes, sir.
U. Did you know were Cunningham's
rooms were ?
A. I have been there.
J. What did you see?
A. 1 have seen both whlakv and el.
gars. I have smoked cigsrs there, and
drank whisky occasionally.
V uiu you see any or the members ol
the legislature there?
A. les, a great nianv of the members
of the legislature and quite number of
ioe eiiizens oi Austin.
U. These refreshments were free.
i. Do you know who paid for them?
A. I do not.
j. Who officiated as host?
A. Well. sir. that is hard la tell.
There were several gentlemen in the
same building. 1 think I have been in
vited to drink beer by all of them.
O. it was in Cunningham and Upton's
room, was it not?
A. It was in what is known as Upton's
room. I don't know whether It was Cun
ningham e or not.
u. uict you ever see any earns pisyed
Senator Houston at this point declined
to answer questions regarding card play-
Mr. Tavlor. the attornev for the de
fense, also objected to tbe questions.
jar. j. Annoy Knox, one ol tne proprie
tor of Texas Sittings, said:
We have good reason to believe that
we can prove that by certain gambling
devices members ot the legislature were
influenced, and that money changed
hands in these rooms. If Questions as to
who was seen playing cards are not al
lowed, then we claim that we are balked
In, our eflorte to prove what t .has
been charged charges, the Investigation
of which Is the business of this committee
and. therefore, we will throw the re
sponsibility or the Investigation oat the
Tbe objection of Senator Houston was
V- What p rsons, if any, you saw
there participated la playing cards?
A. 1 will not give the names of parties
playing cards. I will give the names ot
those I saw there while card playing was
foiegon. I have seen Mr. Uurges there,
lr. Taylor, Senator Gibbs, Patton and
l'ope, besides the gentlemen who occupy
that building. I have seen so many there
I could not name them. I have seen a
good many members of the legislature
there; have beeu there three or four times
a week myself. I hute seen Dr.Juunson,
rcpre-nt..:te of ti.!s county, .re.
Representative A. K. Swan examined
(. Do you know Cunulngham?
A. I do.
Q. Do you know where bis rooms are?
A' l don't xnow inai i uo. i anow
where Upton's room is; have been there
y. What did you see there?
A. I saw some gentlemen.
ii. Did you see any whisky?
A. Yes, sir.
j. Did you see any card playing?
A. I don't think that is any or your
Witness answered after first remark
made,"l saw card playing there."
i. What gentlemen were present?
A. I remember Col. Upton and Caven.
both of whom occupy rooms up there.
Representative Wilson and Mr. Burges
were there; and at one time Senator
Pleuffer and Mr. Uamby (one of tbe
lessees), and I think Mr. Slnnot,and some
one else, whom I have forgotten. About
half the crowd were members of tbe leg
islature. FOURTH DAY.
W. C. Denny, saloon-keeper, testified
that Cunningham. the penitentiary lessee,
spent not less than f '250 to $4u0 curing
the session of the legislature in treating
bis friends at his saloon; most of these
friends were members of the legislature.
W.U.Brown, saloon-keeper, test'lied
that Cunningham; the penitentiary les
see, spent not less than C300 during tbe
session ot the legislature in treating to
liquor; most ot those treated were mem
bers ol tbe legislature.
Witness testified that Gen. ilainby, in
terested in the passage of the lease bill,
pent not less than f 200 to 9300, and that
Mr. SInoot, also interested In the passage
ol the lease bill, spent not less than $200
in his saloon in treating members of the
O. L Wurxbach, member of tbe legisla
ture, testified that be saw gambling go
ing on each time he visited the lobby
headquarters. He lost $19 there once
when his visit only lasted tiiteen minutes;
saw Representatives Upton and.Kosen
thal and Senator Pope there.
Felix Smith, representative, testified
that be visited headquarters of tbe lobby
by Invitation. He expressed himtelf as
not liking the looks of things, and did not
go baca. He was invited there by Repre
sentative Johnson, of Travis, who favored
Representative Foster saw gambling at
tbe rooms members and lobbyists play
ing. Saw Representatives Wilson and
A. O. Camp, representative, testified
that he moved to clear tbe house once be
cause the lobbyists were thick, and their
actions caused him to have suspicions
that their influence on members would
not be ior the public rood.
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Smith, tins Steam, Kosea Aliss
Steward. Elsie Mrs Smith. Idella Airs (col)
Smith, Charlie Sherwood, Lottie Aliss
Severlui, Bertamlne Slialer, Alice
Took, Ellick Thomas. Eniilie Airs
Thompson, Winnie Airs Tart, R W
Taylor. Annie Sutlle, F A
Throckmorton, J W Thompson, Norah Aliss
Thompson, A 0 or 1) D Tiimmill, Abram
Talbot, Bctte W Miss Turuquist, C Airs
Veasy, Horatio Vance, Alaggie Miss
Wilson, Frankle Miss Williamson. E W
Woodward, Edgar A Wilson, Birdie Miss
White, Amand Mr Wcalherford, Annie K
Woodward, Augusta M Waldar, A O
Woods, Ida Mixt
Yaruell, J H
Augusteson.Aiignste Aliss Barker. Charles
Itoeckmann. Chariade Eisert, Ernst
Maria.Deloreiizotiiov Oravell, F W
tireig, OeorgtM'i) Giovanna, Colomb
tieiiiunger, jacoo ivrooergn, Agnes
kali leu Kenelv, .Michael E (3)
McNabb, (ieorge Alacdouald, I Miss
Alclsaac, Johu Elliot, W illiam
Tellener.Spagnoli Fedelle Heyette, John
Hraake, illmin O'Callaghau. Heuis
Nadelhi, Edwara Shand, A F
Stockwald.tioiUich Scaler, Emil
Lang, W W v) .
Bright, Stetlcr Miss Bumette, Owen D
Ft) REIGN DCE UCTTERS.
Roland, Henri Charlson , C J
Karlsou, 0 J Lang. W W (4
Persons calling for letter on this list should
say "advertised, ' giving date.
J. C UKOKKS4, Postmaster.
"White, sunny, picturasque, writes
a Mexican correspondent, "the an
cient city of Chihuahua is worth a
loni journey to see and study, espe
cially in the dawn of the strange and
new re-awakening that treads just
now on the rieeun? heels of time.
What a study fbr a painter was the
church plaza when 1 looked upon it
in the earlier hours of the day, framed
against the dark lines of distant Si
erras, so brown and gray in color and
tone, and arched over by the marvel
ous blue sky. The wonderful purity
of the air touches the lungs as tine
wine spurs the blood and stimulates
the nerves. 1 o breathe in it is quaff
ing of unbottied ozone, and makes
the aiiifra-'su veins ot autumn ag-e
1) urn HiiJ tnriil wita Hie tire ot fnn
San Antonio, April 5. A negro
child, two years of age, while playing
with a bottle of patent hair oil day
before yesterday, drew the cork and
drank the oil, and last night, after
suffering twenty-four hours, died in
convulsion. The hair oil is now be
Several car loads of thoroughbreds
were sold to dav, by E. Severance,
to Murphy and Blake, of Howard
Jas. Burns, aged fifty-four years,
proprietor of Burns' lime depot and
cement works, and railroad bridge
builder, was bitten on the leg twice
by a rattlesnake last night in his
yard and died to-day. The death was
a great blow to many, and is deeply
The Evening Light printing com
pany has been changed to the San
Antonio Light, and Mr. J. P. New
comb seems to be out of the new
company, for to-day in an inter
view he stated that the change was
made without his knowledge or con
sent, and the subscriptions, advertise
ments and material were literally
stolen from him when he owned a
hidf interest in the concern. Litiga
tion will probably follow.
Stillwell Russell was found guilty
in the federal court yesterday. Mo
tion has been filed for a new trial,
which, if overruled, the case will be
taken to the supreme court.
W. W. Fly and bride, and W. L.
Davidson and bride, are two newly
married couples from Gonzales, who,
with friends, are visiting this city.
Galveston, April 5. The white
screwmen are determined to adhere
to their resolution not to labor unless
the colored men are withdrawn and
at their meeting held Jast night a
resolution was adopted setting apart
3000 for the relief of its members
who may want assistance during the
prevalence of the strike. The white
screw men's association has about 300
members and a good treasury, while
the colored screwmen are
reasonably well provided with f rieuds
besides having the support and assist
ance of the cotton exchange. Several
colored cotton screwmen arrived from
New Orleans, who are to be foremen
of gangs to be organized here. No
overt act has thus far been committed
by the striking screwmen.
Ephraim & Harris and Schmidtle,
the pawnbrokers, were held in bond
on another charge of swindling to
day, and failing to give bond were
sent to jail. Ephraim & Harris, how
ever, succeeded in executing a $C00
bond and were released, while Schmid
tle is in jail.
Maj. N. T. Dalton, one ef the oldest
citizens and a participant in the
battle of New Orleans, and Mr. John
Heller, formerly publisher of the Gal
veston city directory, are very ill,
with little hope of their recovery.
Seventy-live ladies made applica
tion to Mr. (iarriesen for positions in
the uostolliee when he assumed the
oilice of postmaster on the 1st. A
large number of young men from the
north and elsewhere are in the city
looking for employment, and there is
none to be found. Everything is
Dallas, April 5. The air is full of
election contest talk. In addition to
the Spellman-Greenlaw aldenuanic
contest from the second ward of Dal
las, the defeated side in her little sis
ter East Dallasn-declare that the
whole election in that town shall be
nullified. That the polls, instejul of
opening at 8 a. m., did not open till
alter 10 o'clock, owing to the judges
appointed to hold the election fail
ing to appear, which necessitated a
called session of the city council at
the polls to appoint new election man
agers. This delay is alleged to have
caused many citizens sit the polls
early to go away without voting. It
is also charged that liquor was openly
drank in the room in which the votes
were counted, but not to excess nor
by any of the election managers. The
question of occupation tax or no oc
cupation tax, the adherents of the
latter policy being defeated, is at the
bottom of the business. No formal
contest steps have yet been taken, but
from all appearances they will be,
and if the election should be nullified
it is safe to predict that the ultimate
result will be that East Dallas will
apply to be annexed to Dallas.
A. J. Dodson, one of the alleged
train robbers of the Gulf, Colorado
and Santa Fe, had a hearing before
United States Commissioner McCor
mick to-day and was discharged, as
the government did not produce sutli
cient evidence to convict him. He
was re-arrested at once and taken to
Waco as an attached witness in tho
cases against the other alleged Blum
station robbers to be tried there at the
term of the United States court now
in session. It is generally understood
that the government has been lenient
with Dodson's prosecution in order to
use him as a witness against the bal
ance of the gang.
J. A. Chickeriug, the piano manu
facturer of Boston, is in the city ac
companied by his wife. They are
making a tour of the state.
The annual state Sunday school
convention has been called to assem
ble in Fort Worth on June 22. Dele
gates to the International convention
are to lie chosen.
Sheriff Smith left for Austin to
night with Charles Inabert, to be
placed in the lunatic asylum. This
patient has been twice discharged
from that institution within a year
as cured. If the asylum has the room,
Sheriff Smith on his return will con
vey two more patients, Kyle and
John 1. Thompson, one of the most
respected young men of the city, for
merly of Trenton, Tennessee, but for
sometime a clerk in the store of Huey
& l'hilip, died at 10 o'clock this morn
ing from an overdose of morphine.
No one was present when the drug
was taken, and whether it was taken
trough mistake or with suicidal in
tent is a mystery, as the young man
was dying before his condition was
Palestine, April 6. A meeting of
the stockholders of the Trinity and
Sabine railroad elected as directors,
H. S. Hayes, II. M. Hoxie, Ira II.
Evans, D. S. 11. Smith, Allen McCoy,
E. J. Gooch and Kussell Harding.
The directors chose Hayes president.
lloxie vice-presitient, smitn secretary
and treasurer. The stockholders con
firmed the sale of the road and fran
chises to- the Missouri, Kanssas and
Texas railroad company, which will
operate it hereafter.
Fort Woutii. April 6. A furore
of excitement was created about noon
to-day by an encounter between M.
B. Davis and J. II. Seldon. Davis,
learning that Seldon was having a
statement published in the Democrat
accusing Mrs. Seldon of adultery with
several men in Michigan and Texas
sought out Seldon, demanded a retrac
tion, and shot him in the face. Going
into his room in the Mansion hotel,
Davis locked the door and again de
manded recantation, but receiving no
Htlirniative reply, attacked Seldon,
and, seizing a heavy cavalry boot, beat
him on the head and face severely,
breaking his nose and indicting other
serious wounds. Davis was arrested
for aggravated assault, but gave bond.
Mrs. Seldon will sue for a divorce
from her husband.
Robert Galloway dropped dead with
heart disease at one o'clock this
Taylok, April 6. The municipal
election here passed off quietly. No
interest was taken in the election by
the candidates and a small vote was
polled. The result was: For mayor,
Daniel Woody; marshal, John T.
Olive; aldermen, S. Riley, M. Hoxie,
J, W. Womack, J. A. Symons, and II.
uicKson. uv me ordinance oi tne
I cit v the marshal works lor money and
' aldermen for love and
glory; hence the little interest taken
in the election.
John R. Hoxie and family, of Chi
cago, arrived at Taylor yesterday to
spend a while with relatives, and at
his prairie home.
Our city has been overrun with
agents for beneficial insurance com
panies, such as Legion of Honor,
Knights and Ladies of Honor,
Knights of Pythias, and various other
so-called beneficial organizations.
Some of the citizens are speaking of
getting the organized tramp commit
tee after these agents.
San Antonio, April 6. The case
of Howard & Roberts vs. Phillip
Palmer, of Brackett, suit for $16,000
damages, is on trial in the federal
court. A verdict for plaintiff for f idl
amount. A perjury case is also
against Palmer, growing out of this
G. W. Tallman was find $50 for car
rying a pistol and trying to facilitate
the work of a negro blacksmith, who
was shoeing his horse, by trying to
Ex-Postmaster Manning, it is said,
is going to start a new Republican
paper, himself to be editor.
Chas. A. Dana, of the New York
Sun, and party arrived here last
night and laid over the depot all
night. They left for San Francisco
A terrible storm of wind, hail and
rain struck us this morning at 4
o'clock. The hail did great damage,
it being the size of walnuts. Window-glass
and crops suffered most.
Not much damage south of us, but
west and east the storm was pretty
Houston, April 6. The city coun
cil met to-day in called session, to dis
cuss the refusal of P. C. Walker, de
faulting city tax collector and assessor,
to resign at their command. Articles
of impeachment were drawn up
against him and he was granted five
week days to prepare a defense. His
trial comes up before them next Satur
day. The opinion is that the dilatory
method of the council in first glossing
over nis snortage and allowing his
bondsmen to make it good, will make
it a hard matter to make an impeach
ment stick; but the people are thor
oughly indignant, and although it is
said Walker will contest impeachment,
it will do him no good, as his inellici
ency, if nothing else, can be conclu
The German ladies, with their fair
last Jiight at Turner HalL were very
successful, and were well patronized.
Some of the most prominent and at
tractive German young ladies of the
city managed the different stands and
booths, selling lemonade, sweetmeats,
substantial edibles and the like at
reasonable prices. The hall presented
quite a gay scene. The fair continues
to-night and to-morrow night.
Galveston, April 6. The strike
of cotton screwmen continues with
out interruption, and those who are
authorized to speak for them are very
reticent and show no disposition to
divulge their purpose. It is believed
the white screwmen will not resume
work before next season unless the
colored men are dismissed. .The
lighters started out this morning
with colored gangs, but the sea being
too rough on the bar they had to turn
back, and therefore the delay is not
attributable to the strike, but due to
the elements. It was rumored this
morning that a prominent ship bro
ker had offered to contribute $20,000
toward sustaining the strikers.
Quiet and good order prevails, and
there is no sign of disturbance in any
Two days ago Sheriff Owen received
a letter from Chester, Massachusetts,
containing a writ for personal service
on Frederic A. II. Chase, a sailor,
whose wife had brought suit for di
vorce. The letter stated that Chase
had sailed on a certain bark for Galveston.-
After a close search among
shippers, the absconding husband
was found on board the Florence
Scheppe, on the point of sailing for
The Mendelssohn and Salamander
societies gave a brilliant vocal and in
strumental concert at Tremont opera
house to-night, to a crowded and en
thusiastic audience. This temple of
Thespis is undergoing repairs. The
exterior is to be beautifully stuccoed.
If Gen. Diaz and party take a
steamer from this port, they will be
tne recipients ot a grand public re
Dallas, April 6. The outgoing
train on the Gulf, Colorado and Santa
Fe road was wrecked a short distance
west of Cedar Hill. The train was
only slightly damaged, butthe Pacific
express company's messenger, Tim
Maloney, was so badly injured that
he has been placed under surgical care
C. C. Allen, land agent of the Gulf,
Colorado and Santa Fe railroad, is in
the city arranging for the sale of lots
at the new town of Midlothian,
which is to occur early in May.
.News received here this evening
announces that U. P. Melton, a gene
ral merchant at JN avasota, had tailed.
Liabilities heavy; assets light. He
burned out two days ago with heavy
insurance. The insurance companies
have been garnisheed by creditors
from paying his policies.
Conntv Assessor scott has nearly
finished the assessment of state and
county taxes. He reports that the
increase on the rolls ot the city and
county will be fully $2,000,000 over
that of last year. That assess
ment amounts to $10,700,000. The
present assessment will reach $13,-
000,000. The increase in the city is
principally in the rise on real estate,
that in the country is mostly on fine
graded live stock.
Charles, a. iiearn, iate or Mc
Gregor, and John G Lukes, late of
Waco, were to-day lodged in the Dal
las jail to await the arrival of Officer
John F. Rittenhouse, of Illinois, to
convey them to that state, where
Heardl is wanted tor iorgery and
Lukes for horse stealing.
KKAL. ESTATE TKAXSI EBS.
Abstract op Title and Eeal Estate 1
OK ICE OF LlSritlJlAN & OBKUIM,
Austin, Texas. I
The following is a list ol transfers ol prop
erty in Travis county, lor the week ending
April T, 188a :
louisa M. Algren et al to Conrad Amman,
174 acre John Applegate league, 134 acres
James Kogers survey, 3 acres J. M. Mitchell
survey, 5 acres J. P. Wallace league, 37 acres
li. McCoy survey. 4x.
Ann a. nan w manou r. nan, east iuui oi
lot 2, block ltti, Austin. 1230.
T. N. Hart and wife to J. A. Levett, one-fifth
interest in 240 acres Benjamin Levett survey.
Lewis Hancock, by attorney, to state of
Texas, 88 4-s acres. 6.Bta.
Ernest Krohn, by attorney, to state of Texas,
tin, acres Thomas Gray survey, and 108 acres
Jaiues V. Wallace league. 3T5.
F. Jourdan to Win. Meredith, 7 acres James
0. Rice survey.-
John Bremond to Frank E. Jones, part of
lot 6 and 7, block 73, Austin. f250.
We T. Horne. by administrator, to D. L
Cross, part block t. division O, Austin. $180.
H. Hershfeld to ! Boerner and wile, lots 9
and 10, block lts, Aastin. S800.
Thomas Kincheu and wile to J. 1L Kobiu
son, 32 acre T. Bissell league. 255.
Pierson Noton, guardian, to W in. M. Saun
ders, acres IL W. Farley survey.
Win. M. Saunders to George Ftluger, 32 acre
H . W . Farley survey. 80U.
D. P. Kinney to F . B. Kot ster, 1 acre of out
lot II. division Z, Austin. 7O0.
J. C. Kerliey to M. B. Sweeney, lot 1, block
9, Austin. f;50.
R, Itertram to Josephine Biker, 123 acres
No. 434, ou Cypress creek. $150.
Carl Shaefer and .wile to Chas. Wolf, lot 3,
blocks". Austin. tzso.
Henry B. Wilsou and wife to August Tiede
mau, lot3andpirt ol lot 2, block 184, Austin.
Chas. Wolf to Paul Pressler, lot 2, block 60,
P. W. Now tin to Annie E. Lesueur, 4 acres,
James P. Wallace league. $1.
T. ' McBae, by attorney, to Alex. Eanes,
cemetery lot 43. $40.
Alexander Evans to E. T. Moore, cemetery
lot 43. 50.
. Jourdan to A. J. Almquist, 18 acres J. O.
Bice survey. $250.
W. J. Montgomery to Mrs. K. II. Hanna, lot
2, clock 2, outhit 1, division A, Austin. $20.
Lydia I. Koberuou to Kobert lrvta and
wife, lot 10, block 6, oiOlot 2, division B, Aus
tin. $225. .
- Lvdia L. Robertson to John T. Bar-reck, part
of lots 1 and 4, block , outlot 6ti, division B,
Austin. .cvi. i
J. II. Collett to TV ii Wren, 20 acres J. O.
llice survev. $100. r
Hon. A. H. Willie, chief Justice; Hons. .1. W.
Staytou, C. S. West, associates; C S. Morse,
City National bank vs.
appeal from Tarrant county,
uisiDiss appeal overruieu.
Thomas vs. Schneider Jk Bro.; appeal
from Collin county. Motion to dismiss
and cause submitted together, on briefs
and oral arguments.
Gibbons ct al vs. Ewer et al; appeal
from L 'mar county. Submitted on briefs
and printed argument of both parties.
Kyau&Co. vs. Missouri, Kansas and
Texas railway; appeal from Grayson
county, submitted on briefs aud oral
argument lor both parties.
Underwood vs. Missouri, Kansas and
Texas railway; appeal from Grayson
county. Submitted on briefs and oral
argument for both parties.
The following cases were transferred
to the commission of appeals.
3040. Cook vs. Washington et al; from
8363. Stewart vs. Cook et al; from l'ar
3578. Watson vs. Allison et al; from
3581. Mays et al vs. Beard et al; irom
35S6. Foots vs. O'Eoark; from Collin
3587. Cox vs. Montgomery; from Tar
3588. Wheeler vs. Leeman; from Fannin
3590. Parker county et al vs. Glaze;
from Parker county.
3597. Booth et al vs. Holmes; from Wise
3605. Boggess vs. Bro wd son, adminls
trator; from Montague county.
3606. Parker county vs. Couts & Co.;
from Parker county.
3616. Millikenvs. First National bank;
irom Grayson county.
3624. Marshall vs. Heard et al; from
3631. Long & Berry vs. Garrett et al;
from Lamar county.
3632. Strong vs. Millett; Irom Wise
3363. Nowlin and wife vs. Bradsbaw;
from Eliis county.
3634. Houston and Texas Central rail,
way vs. Richards; from Collin county.
3649. Miller et al vs. A damson and wife;
3644. Garuett vs. Berry & McBath; La
3650. Hale vs. McComas & Co.; Lamar
3651. Brown et al vs. Wildy Lodge No.
21; Lamar county.
3657. Thompson et al vs. Jones et al;
3662 Templeton vs. Ryburn; Ellis
' 3667. Elston vs. Jasper; Collin county
3673. Baines et al vs. Baker; Collin
36s7. Roberts' heirs ve. Lovejoy et al;
3683. Romelie vs. Leeper et al; Collin
3838. Henderson vs. Jones; Tarrant
38.M. Pointer and wife vs. City bank of
Dallas: Dallas county.
3352. ' Connellee et al vs. Carter et ul;
3353. Kupard vs. Coombes et al; Dallas
38'4. Handel vs. Elliott; Dallas county.
3855. Early vs Motley; Dallas county.
3861. U. and T. C. railway vs. Chafflp;
3862 H. and'T,
8oo3. II. and T.
. railway v$. Pinto:
railway vs. Byers;
3864. Houston and Texas Central rail
way vs. Marcellus; from Grayson county.
3866. Houston and Texas Central rail
way vs. Wilson; from Collin county.
870. Norton et al vs. Cantagrel; from
3832. Rudd vs. Johnson et al; from Tar
3889. McConulek & Bro. vs. Bush ; from
381)0. Cowen & Co. vs. Jones; from
3891. Clark et al vs. Mumford; fiom
3893. West vs. Burk et al; from Dallas
3895. Bourgois vs. Mills; Irom Dallas
39C4. Ktncaid vs. Jones; from tannin
3966. Baker vs. Denton et al; from
8968. Crow sou vs. Lyday; from Fannin
3971. Thompson vs. Miller; from Lamar
S981. Crain et al vs. Wright et al; from
8984. Pierce vs. Fort; from Lamar
4020. Randall vs. Smith; from Dallas
4022. Wooldridge vs. Griffith et al
Irom Lamar county.
4023. Campbell vs. Dennis et id; from
4025. Pratt et al vs. Goodwin et al;
from Parker countv.
4030. Toweny et al vs. Henderson et
al; from Lamar county.
4031. Keightly, administrator, vs. Sey
dell; from Dallas county.
4033. Hughes et al vs. Dunean; from
4037. Shannon vs. Gray et al; from
4033. Shannon vs. Lemen et al; Irom
4057. Merrill et al vs. Shoemaker; from
4065. Lemmon vs. Freeman et al; from
4067. Lemmon vs. Winniford; from El
4039. Fortet al vs. Powell; from Ellis
4070. Spealrs vs. Ligon, executor; irom
4078. Houston and Texas Central rail
way vi. Loving; from Collin county.
4080. Short vs. McKinney; from Collin
4084. Eubank & Co. vs. Landram; from
4087. Bray vs. Crain; from Lamar coun
ty. 4089. Anderson vs. Shaw; from EUlis
4092. Ferris vs. Slreeper et al; from
4D93. Rutherford et al vs. Stamper et al;
from Cooke county.
4095. Gainer vs. Thompson etal;from
4111. Mills, guardian, vs. Uerndon; from
4180. Langton aud wile vs. Mulhall and
wife; from Ellis county.
4723. Rhine et al v. Blake A Jenkins;
appeal from Dallas county. Motion to
dismiss appeal submitted.
4763. Muller vs. Boon; appeal from
Dallas county. Motion to withdraw
transcript submitted and granted.
4513. atillo vs. Thompson; appeal
from Fannin county. Continued.
4751. Thompson vs. Evans; appeal Irom
Fannin county. Continued.
4716. Wright vs. Straub; appeal from
Lamar county. Submitted on briefs and
oral argument for both parties.
4717. Gregory, Cooley A Co. va. Beau
champ; appeal from Lamar county. Sub
mitted on briefs and oral argument for
4718. Clilt vs. Kaufman A Runge;
appeal from Ellis county. Submitted on
briefs aud oral and written arguments ot
4773. Seuter A Co. vs. Lambeth; appeal
from Lamar county. Submitted on briefs
of both parties.
4631. Evilt, Jr., vs. Both; appeal Irom
Wise county. Motion to dismiss, by con
sent, re-argued and again submitted.
Adjourned until 10 o'clock Tuesday
The following cases were transferred
to tbe commission of appeals :
2193. Connor vs. Holland et al, from
3581. Lay et al vs. Blankenshlp A Co.,
from Caldwell county.
3591. K&uHuian vs. Alexander, from Lee
360.-. While etal vs. Brown etal.llrom
. 3608. Ennlish vs. Hutching, from Hayi
8614. Sands vs. Houston, from Wilson
3685. Armstrong et al vs. Moore et al,
from Bastrop county.
3599. Loomis A Christian vs. Turney et
ai, from Tiavis county.
3703. Raymond et al vs. Glasscock et
al, from Travis county.
8708. Miller A Co. vs. Ramsey, from
. 3720 Galveston, Harrlsburg A San An
tonio railway vs.Huchman A Lemon.lrom
8721. WiUon vs Moore A ParUin, from
3722 Obert vs Landa; from Guadalupe
3723. Moore A ParUin vs. Wagner;
from Guadalupe county.
8724. Edgar vs. Pieree et al; from Cald
3726. So telle A Sinks vs. Woolridge;
from Lee county.
8726. Douglass et al vs. Moore A Par
tain; from Guadalupe county.
8733. Trigg A Moore; from Travis
8738. Selkirk at al vs. Herman; from
Bexar county. -
8739. SchulU vs. Bennett; from Bexar
3803. Swape A Stantsenbergb; from
Guadalupe county. . -
3914. Muse vs. the state; from Travis
3915. Butler vs. the state; from Travis
3916'. Fuentes et al vs. the at .te; from
Travis county. . ,
3917. Harris et al vs. the state; from
SrfiS. Oa.veton, EarriAuri- and Ssa
Antonio railway vs. Smith; from Guada
8920. Fry vs. Baker et al; from Guada
8834. McLane vs. Paschal; from Bexar
4003. Abacock vs. St. Louis type foun
dry; from Bexar county.
4006. Cuellar vs. the state; from Travis
4019. Huff vs. Clark; Irom Wilson coun
ty. 4116. Anderson vs. Sutherland; from
4117. Cat lisle vs. Coffee & Price; from
4120. Peter vs. Burnet et al; from Hayi
413.. Hal vs. Oliver A Robinson; from
414). Graves vs. Hickman et al; from
4149. Calvert vs. Roche; from Karnes
4159. WinU et al vs. Armington et al;
from Caldwell county.
3693. Dougherty vs. VIncenheller; from
3598. Carson et al va. Dalton; from Pslo
3tj84. Roberson vs.Mdlheny A Co; from
3757. Dougherty vs. Hull; from Coryell
3768. Shearn ct al vs. Davis; from Cory
8759. Hubbard vs. Binghamfrom Cory
3762. Dougherty vs. Hall et al; from
3816. Renlro vs. Auling; from Lampasas
3820. Kendall Co. vs. Stendeback et al;
from Kendall county.
3839. Zuhl et al vs. Woods, from San
3902. Edward et al vs. Rylee, from
Hood county. '
3911. Ayres et al vs. Shockey; from
3954. Campbell vs. Glllett; from EI Paso
3957. Wadley vs. Johnson; from Hood
4001. Huffet al vs. Brown et al; from
d02. tie j vs. Rothe; Irom - Medina
4011. Smith vs. Duke; from Hood
4029. cupp vs. Clampitt; Irom Shackle
4138. Day vs. VIncenheller; from East
4154. Jeffrey vs. Graybam; from Young
4155. Jones vs. Phillips; from Jack
4162. Evans et al vs. Tavlor et al: from
4ti4. bennetder c Davis vs. Stephens;
from Comanche county.
4237. Thompson vs. Johnson; from Jack
4239. Graham vs. Reynolds; from Throck
mort n county.
242. Weaver vs. Wilmer; from Lam
4215 Pugh vs. Slater; from Washington
4248. Merchants' Insurance company
vs. Dwyer; Irom Washington county.
4255. Christian vs. Crawford: from Palo
42S8. Slaughter vs. Uwens; from Lam
4271. Hunt and wife vs. Riggs: from
4272. Calvert vs. Ramsay; from Jack
3576 Lampkins et al vs. Curry et al;
from Hill county.
3599. Morris vs. Ennlset al; ;from John
son county. '
3722. Russell vs. Buckles; from Bell
3706. Lockett et al vs. Lee et al; irom
3754. McNslly et al vs. Haynie; Irom
3756. Taliaferro vs. McFarland; from
3765. Grant vs. Wallls' heirs; from Hill
3766. Smith et ;al, vs. Veal; Irom Lime
3767. Gage et at vs. Walker; from Hill
8768. Welsh et al vs. Barry; from Na
3781. Barron et al vs. Taylor; from
3811. Waco Lodge v. Wheeler; from
. 3848. Nance vs. Lindsay et al; from
3869. Reese A Jandon vs. Patterson;
from McLennan county.
8941. Muller vs. Revierre; frpm McLen
3946. Harris vs. Coffer; from Hill
39 0. Kidd vs. Collins; from Falls
8 -CI. Riggs vs. Hanwlck; from Falls
8965. Mlxsn vs. Groove; from McLen
8980. Miller vs. Wybrant; from Bell
3985. Pierce ft al vs. Tindall and wife;
from Robertson county.
39'8. Thompson vs. HInes; from Mc
3989. Sayers et . 1 vs. Blum; from Hill
3993. Poole i. Terrell; from Bosque
3996. Biffle et al vs. Perclval; from
4007. Uamblin vs. Knight; from Milam
4012. Scott vs. Lyons, Solomon A Co.;
from Falls county.
4027. Holland vs. Gocke A Wilklns;
from Limestone county.
4032 Goldstein vs. Kaufman A Runge;
from McLennan county.
4096. Brown vs. McLenan; et al from
4160. Johnson A Parker vs. Durst;
from Limestone county.
4161. McMillan vs. FroBt et al; from
4164. Hertzbergvs. Houston and Texas
Central railway; fiom Navarro county.
' 4166. Jones vs. Hazlewood et al; from
4181. East Texas fire Insurance com
pany vs. Reese; from Bell county.
4182. Zipps and wife vs. Kerr, Machon
A Co.; from McLennan county.
4183. Taylor and wife vs. Bland and
wile; from McLennan county.
4184. Bradly et al vs. Love et al; from
4193. Robertson vs. McCreary; from
4195. Harkey vs. Smith et al; from John
4197. Moore et al vs Ingram; from Hill
4198. Chambers vs. Brown; from John
4190. Moss et al vs. Uelsey; from John
4202. Day vs. Stone et al; from Johnson
4231. Dixon vs. Zadek; from Navarro
4274. Brooks vs. Young; from Hill
4337. Edwards vs. Connolly et al; from
4358 Reese vs. Burns et al; from Mtlam
4387. Hammekln vs. McKlssIck; from
4389. Mitchell vs. Peoples et al; from
4392. Malloy vs. Callahan; from Navar
4393. Echols et al vs. McKie; from Na
4419. Oliver vs. Oliver; from Limestone
4420. Pearson et al vs. Boyd; from Lime
4421. McKie vs. Dunn et al; from Na
Court of Appeals.
2557. My era vs. the state; from Collin
county. Submitted on brief for the
2563. Marshall Fulton vs. the state; from
Denton eouuty. Submitted on brief and
oral argument for both parties.
2571. Klnkead vs. Matthew; from Col
lin county. Motion to dismiss submit
ted. 2574. England vs. Brlnson: from Collin
county. Same order as in 2563.
2576. Blassingame vs. the state; from
Ellis county. Same order as in 2657.
2579. Ueiningheffer vs. the stale; Irom
Dallas county. Affirmed.
2i85. Burns vs. the state; from Cooke
county. Submitted on brief for both
2694. Day vs. tbe state; from Denton
county. Same order as In 2563.
2617. Everbeart vs. Isbell; from Gray
son county. Appeal dismissed;
2622. Heatherly vs. tbe state; from
Grayson county. Appeal dismissed.
2623. White vs. Mack A Co.; from Col
lin county. Affirmed with damages.
2829. Want vs. tbe State; from Tarrant
cou- ty. Appeal dismissed.
2623, 2634, 2635. Freeze vs. the state;
from Lamar county. ame order as in
2636. Jones vs. tbe state; from Lamar
county. Same order as in 2527.
2637. Eddlesteln va. tbe state; from La
mar county. Same order as in 2557,
Free ! Gaits ai Glrois.
We will send free by mall a sample set of
our large German, French and American
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with a price list of over 200 different designs,
on receipt of a stamp for postage. We will
also send free by mail as samples, ten of our
beautiful Chromos, on receipt of ten cents to
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T7K)B E5NT Grist mill with water power,
J? frame house with nine rooms, and three
acres of land which is susceptible of irrigation
with but very htt'.e t-xpeLse; will give Imin
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Cultivate the Field or
There have always been quacks: legal
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aud medical quacks. Some of them are bland,
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Others are pomious and pretentious parasites.
But they make It pay. Men seem to love to be
swindled, stipulating only that it shall be
The dettf- public are equally liberal to the
electric and magnetic fraud. This fellow is a
genius in his line. He w ill put a magnetic bell
around your waist, a magnetic necklace under
your chin, or fit you out with an entire suit of
magnetic clothes, warranted to serve the pur
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time to cure all diseases, from whooping-cough
to hasty consumption.
Most of these have no more electric or mag
netic power about them than resides in woolen
blankets or in girdles of sackcloth. Only when
applied by au expert is electricity of the slight
est use as a medicinal agent, and even then its
value is grossly overstated. What is the strong
est possible presumptive evidence in favor
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acknowledged skill in the treatment of disease.
Squarely ou this foundation stands BEN
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of their dislike, as Satan is saitl to hate holy
Look in the middle of the plaster for tbe
word "CAPCINE." Trice 23 cents.
Beabury Johnson, Chemists, New York.
A DISORDERED LIVER
IS THE BANE1
of the present generation. It la for the
Cure of this disease and lta attendants.
SICK-HEADACHE. BILIOUSNESS, " DYS
PEPSIA, CONSTIPATIOir, PlXZa, etc., that
TTTTT'Q VTT.T.A lm.ir flAin Art A wnrlrl-wiriA
reputation. No Bemedy haa ever been
discovered that acta eo gently on the
digestive organs, giving them vigor to aa-
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Nervous System is Braced, tho Muscles
are Developed, and the Body Robust.
C713.111 at axlcI. 3EF"o'xrei
B. RIVAL., a Plantar at Bavon Bar, La., hti f
My plantation la In a malarial dlstrlot. Tor
vara! yeara X oould not maka half a orop on
acoount of btlloua dlaaaaaa and ohtlla. I waa
nearly discouraged when I beeaa ttaa waa o'
TUTT'S) PILX3. Tha reaolt waa anarralouat
my laborera aoon beoame hearty end TO boat,
and I nava bad no rartoar troubia.
They ra-lteve tkta gnairgeal Uwr, leeuny,
tfc .Blood frown poiaonoon kaman, awal
rM tne howola t act DatarmUr, wtate
on I which no one ran feel wall.
Try tnta remedy fairly, sad yoa wW mfn
healthy Dia-eatloo, VlaTorooa Body , l-are
Blood, Atrone Bjervea, nnd a a am mm EJyer-.
Frleo. sacenta. Otnee, aa Momy M. T.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Out Haib or Whtskxbs changed totOuwv
Black by a single application of this Dra It
Imparts a natural color, and acta Instantaneously.
Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt
of One Dollar. '
Office), 88 Murray Street, Now York.
nr. TVT-ra jtANVAz, raoio'v
Mtfmi anoMoaf atfMt tTaato AtooaajrSa I
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few applications of Hagan's
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OTercomes the flushed appear
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THIRTY appear but TWEN
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and perfect are its eflects.
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While other Baking Powders are largely
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has been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is ths fact of
its having received the highest testimoni
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United States, who have analyzed it, from
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Invalids who are recovering vital stamina,
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of the merits aa a tonic, of Hostetter's Stom
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and conquers as well as prevents fever ana
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$100T$250 Ai;uut jubilant with
..atmrnm Avurvulik f allmtr Miir 111.W lrfii.ii
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'J leasts forever. '. iistH. Warranted.-
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Stimulates the Kcniul (Wmia aitit vitro anrl
Wfirks WnlllisiM 111 rArrututinn frit a. aaaw.ft
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Urriltlrthoia frl.A tf.i.n.il.ia (3. ... .1 (. at..
best Kerieil y for a Weak Back.
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Pustnftlce box Mis.
Fail to use AMHAMTI R for renovating
your Yk'allM anil Oiling. It 4k rapidly
superseding all other Finish. For aarmbill
ty. beauty and economy, il is without au uoual.
anil can oe aim leu uv anvone. ii inn ioejcllu
in your iii-iL-iiiiorniMxi, vinvto nt-.t-.l.t-. V
1IUOH.. H2 Karlinir I
rwrp, Jr lark.
Will find it to your advantage to use Averlll
Paint. It is more extensively used than any
Paint in the .market. For Kconomy and
InrnliIIty It Is wltlMiut an equal, and Is
guaranteed. If it la not for sale In your
neighborhood, send for Hamplc Card and Tes
tlmoiilals to NKEI.KY BKOT1I KIM, S
Hurling Hllp, Kcw York.
I CURE KITS!
When I say cure I do not mean mereli to
ztop them for a time and have them return-
attain i mean a radical cure, i nave mime
the disease 'of KITH, KP1LKPHY or FALL
ING KICKNE.S.S a life-long study. I warrant
my remedy to cure the worse cases, ltecause
others have failed Is no reason for not now
receiving a cure. Kend at one. for a treat Iss
and a Free Mottle of my Infallible remejUguj
Give Express and Postoftlce. It costs you
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Address Dr. ii. lit m ir lKt reari t.. w .
Will Kill Screw Worms Instantly!
DK. J. S. NICOLD'6 ,
Instantly stops any
INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL
And speedily enrrs all
I:iiral2ic, Ebeaniatlc, lerrou and lalarlou Con
plaints, Elizworin, Braises, siralis,
And all Diseases of the Skin.
8tops Ueadacbe, Toothache, Cholera Morbus,
Flux, Dlarrboja, Colic sad Cramp, and will be
found on trial to he tbe Beat Palu Killer and
Ready Relief ever offered to tb public.
Sam Artohio, Tixas, Aagnst 8, 1882.
Messrs. Morlcr liros.;
Please send ll U dozen WONDERFUL
BIGUT and lsi doseu TWO-BIT t'OUGll B Vil
li P, and oblige, yours,
F. KALTKVKB t, BON.
Fatb, Taxas, July W, m.
Mevsrs. Morlry Bros.:
Please Express to Terrell, ( dozen WONDER-
O-1 - T L" 1 1 1 1 1 ' l A m V U .,1TTI Hl-V 1.1
andldoecn TWO-BIT COUUH HYRUP, and
oblige, yours, W. L. BROWN, Agent
San AtratJSYiaa, Tixas, July 5, 1R82.
Plense send per Kiiiren, rtro Crow A Bald
win. Henderson. 6 dos, WONDK KKUL EIGHT.
and oblige, yours, J. B. JOHNSON.
Cbablkstoh, Tixas, Augnst 8, 1882.
Messrs. Moriey Bros. :
Pl,... ,.. In P.H. 1 An.nn WIlNTHtR.
FUL KIGUi . Our ciistomor nse It to kill
Screw Worms. Youra, truly,
I would call the attentHn of the Homoeo
paths of Austin and the state at large to
the fact that 1 have established a
A full line of Ihe purest and freshest prepa
rations of Botrieke ti Tafel always kept tu
Orders by mall solicited.
Uefllliugof family chests a specialty. -
L'p-town Pharmacy, comer Lavaca and
Walnut streets. liock Hax 71. Austin,
TUB Best Tnrcail for Sewing Machines
SIX-CORD SPOOL COTTON.
For Hale by All Leading Dealers.
Ask For It! Buy It 1 ! Try It ! ! !
Uoid Medal. I' aria, 17H
Warranted absolutely pure
' H '4 IA, from w hlch the excess
of Oil has been removed, it has
three times the strength of Co
coa mixed with Starch, Arrow
root or Sugar and is tnerefirre
far more economical, it is de
licious, nourishing, strength
ening, easily dluenui'd, and ad
mirably auajiUMi for bivalids as
well as for persons In health.
CMi ol' Qrocars avarywhara.
W.BAKER &CO.,Corchester, Mass.
IHETEIiS INVESTMENT COMPf ST.
OF FOKT W'OltTH.
Headquarters for aU kinds of Keal Estate
and Uve Stock. I-ochUmI Slocks and Grazing
1-anda, iu large and small lots, ImiukIii nnu
sold ou commission. W ill make eontraets lor
future delivery of cattle a socially. Farms
ami farm lam's and cily property boiuilil ami
sold. A full line of proK-rties always ou huml.
1'arties having proeriy to sell or desiring t'i
make invest iiients will find il t-i t'n-ir inlt-t --it
to eali on ie. i'-rain-h (!:.: hht M.,ii iin -.In,,-