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mm. TEXAS. Tl'KSIUY SElTOEll 5. 1SS2.-V0L. XXX NO. 2,3
fflAT A GHAI&E
hot summer wca'.her Ins given way. The chilly weather
now prcvaiiing'makt s us think of heavier clothing.
Ladies, we'll tell you what to do, go to
And examine their REALLY ELEGANT LINK of
Satin Dolmans and l
Ltcllettes in lii;ht weights
m MerveHetix, Dolmans
l-i Mantellettes at $12 andj
Handsome:!- styles, most ele-!
Ltjy and fashionably trim-j
F"ant Moire and nrocaded:
Iff Vrans, perfect rems of :
.arns, both in material and,
bJies Ulsters in liirht weight I
l-'iik made no in most elegant I
d approved styles, at Svoo, i
1,00,7.50, S.50, 10.00, 1 1. 00
MISSES' and CHILDKE
I opened and will be on sale
style, at $30.00, $35.00, $37.50
40.00 and upwards to 6.00.
Cashmere, Drap E'tet, Drap
b Alma and Ottoman Lord
Wraps, made, up in all the
various new styles of this sea
son, including some of the most
elegant goods we have ever
shown in this line at prices
ranging as follows: 5.50
$6.50, $7.50, $8.50, 9.00,
$10.00, $1 1. 00, 12.50 up to
Ladies Coats, Walking Jack
ets and l'olo Jackets, an ele
gant variety of styles and pat
terns, from 82.50 to 1 6.50.
N'S WRAl'.-i in great variety
Hand and Machine Made ZEPIIYK GOODS, includine
yl styles and qualities ot hiiawls, rascinators. Hoods, Jackets
x,c., lor Ladies, Misses and Children.
Also just opened Ladies' Woolen Shawls and Ladies' and
Hisses' Skirts, Flannels and Hlankets. These departments
:e rapidly filling up to meet the requirements of the now
I :ooler weather.
I I'KICK HVK t'KNTi
Another Affair of Honor mi Tnnls-lieu.
trait hulmors said to Have Ihnl
Itliged Van I!. Mi: lining nt Holly
A Mob Take Possession of Mount Vor.
11 .11, Indiana, mill linen tlio
A Team Take Fright, Hash into 11 Lake
and Drown Hie Occupants of
An Attempt upon the Life of llio Minis.
tt'i- of Hintuee nt JUwli id
lSy M'iiiis of a Package (niituinlng a
Quantity of Diniimitc,
Other Foreign and Domestic Noun,
tt3r CLOTHING, sfir
Tin: i'Koi'Lis's ei.oTiiiKit,
704 ELM STREET,
AHEAD OF ALL COM PI5T.1.TOHS
lter Clothing, for Men, Youth's and Jio's Tin: ccnicst
msies to be a lively one indeed. Over $50,000 worth of .New
-lathing and Gents' Furnishing Goods in Stock and under
R)'.and every day adds to our already enormous stock J
.othinir so easv as to exolain whv buvers of readv-mnd
joining can benefit by dealing with us. In the first place wc
u'5 the largest RtorL- rn rlinnsf from m tl-iic cnctlnn Tn tlm
place we have taken the utmost pains to bring out the
; garments that can be made at every price wc touch.
e question with us is not how much we can make on a suit
"overcoat, hut hw
ttn sell for a given price. This is our policy, and whatever
intending purchasers of Ready-made Clothing wish to pay,
)' can rely on finding the best value for that sum here.
Bov ' 1 S0 'are an assortmcnt as we f Men's and
On . .tmn' a K00ll choice can always be depended on.
is ci"ff constantly replenished with new and fresh
Qbles for sale. Prices reasonable throughout. We have
'ycd a large addition to our Young Men's Suits; dur-
iabrics, reliable colors, stylish cut not surpassed by
tagg m S Pa " or ta''or SH0Psi an thc Pricc a liberal pcrcen-
The Strongest Argument!
t'nMrrl!!7.,,lono ,''P"''lrvl'OiiouiUUitln iml.llc l ttir limo mimWr of
wIomi1i Vn,r'hv,c,',,,,r,1,0l,l,,. mrn hiuilt iiih ! "A lihl In Hid
hut. ni .1 ' ''"''!'" ml Ukirlitwrnf ihrir ruiunuvii tv'Utn cr tin')- nrvaluck.
?nk l.ml. iimkMritnil rtfor with rlcli ur ir.ng ul (tnwln of
"'"''Ml 'BlU'l hut Imd, Mnt tttir flulhoig mid uur mode of dimllim U to
'iiH.h.'k "I"111 "'' ""Ul r fliri four bulnr.
""htnii..! m""1'' ,,! weliul.i MtxHi, I11 lh iimtiilifi'iircnU)mor. uiil when.
uni Beits' Furnishing Goods, Shirts, Hosiery, Neckwear, &c&c,
7k.T' l"' J" ?' ' r"Mi cii Urn of lb Mriolf ni twllonisj of
wuBi.???!" w? 1"iUt yn .aliiBanid upon our u.u.ful dl'lrof
l7taijr,JVlT,,J",!1 ' '!'" kmp FrrUilii worn hf awn nl (x'jr'i, H
tadw. oplJ OWlkiim 1m. wkura enUrw vnmu of ml tt
TKBliT, DAtiLAS, TUX , Tlia l'eoiilf' Clothl
A I.itt U Miii'in
Asliis.iToji, S.'pti'iiibi r I Mr. 11, ill,!..
ot ioiiiiM'1, rosiiiiml bU iiri;iinu'iit in the
ktin. route trial to.lay, ami liml not rj
cceilt'il fur when lie pretended to briti in
lii-s remarks the point of uliieh had been
uwon npon in some rejeeinl testinumv, to
wit : llmt it hml been ilie lioliev ol tlie irov
tiriuneiii;to extend the stiir-ro:;te.M'rvioe.
tiivL'oiiri reiinniiej iieoKle lliat nil tesu
inoiiy on the (ii,Mi(in .f pi!i;.v had heei)
ruli'd out, niii.Mi!: the rest, ib.nl 'of ex I'.wt.
iniiter-(.leiicral Key. whoso tei;ti-
inony wai pi'nieularlv referred t
HenkV th en went on to slmw the nidirt.
mem eharp il that the oostmuater general
had heen deceived, and asserted thnt Ihe
hiirden nf proof was mi the proseeminn
"We brotiKht on IVidiiiafter tiviirrul Key,"
coiitiniie I llenkle, "anil these Ceiitlen'ien
could, il ihey wauled, have asked him it he
uporoved nf tlui.se eiders or not." "1 tmiat
declare." brake in the (iMirt iiidiL'iianlle.
"llmt thai is n subterfuge nuuurthvnl' v.u'n.
cliaracter. I'hecmir. will not allow it 1,1 1 o
furiher. I ateinpled to iinest yniirreinarks
before and you proe.eo.lnl in o'rder. I tider
your pledge 1 lliink tliis thiiit; isultimether
beneath your slnmimj; at this bar. 1 must
exercise the power of the cuiu t if I oiumot
reiy upon your loyalty ami member of the
hui.' IIi.i.l.-U ........... t.. i... . :i:
..w. ...... (i.uc,, ,,i jllPUlH. 'IIOI1 OI
his alleilint to comioent on thii fu. t
the prosecution mij;lit luve but did not
cull on (iencral Key to prove that he had
been deceived, und he. wim reinlniced by
Wilson mill Tolten, but Jud(; Wylie Ulead
ill refused to permit that matter to bo ar
ttiiod, snyin: "t'ounsel hus no rie.li! to
coinnient on prosecution lor fuilinji
to call tho postmaster Kuiieml
to prove a fact it n
not unknown whether lie could prove or
not. iiotiKie went on to nruc thai he had
the riht to comment on that (act, when he
was mmrilv inteiriinted liv il inn ivi...
excluimed, "I shall stop this! There tnnt
be no more mud on this subject. " l'p
jumped all thccoiiel for defense, deniaml
ineJuiiI xcepMim to the rulin. Tolten
"We mi want an exception." Court "I
know you do. I have sliloiu witnessed a
inoronatrranl olleiiseiii (teiiinj; remarks mi
l.iirly before u jury." Ileccss was then
litkcn. A her recess Jmle Wyl.e
s od that Uiirini; recess he had examine I
the recorder's le.'liiiiony of piM-nia'tcr
tietierul Key, and h. hud' c .me to ihe on
ciiioeii that he lud Miiiie li snt in ocluiliiii;
the remarks which llenkle was uti.nit i.i
utter just heloie reces.. These remarks
hud been Imo-ciI on tne la, t that the pros,
eiiiinn hail f.iiled to call tieneral Key f,.r
the piiriiose of iirovmn that he had been
imposed on. There was mi evidence nt nil
lo show llmt the prosecution knew that
Key could provu Hie tact that lie had been
imposed on. (In the contrary, his evidence
in the case showed he was not uwure he hud
been imposed upon ut all. On that ground
the court thou'M 1 1 ml. the cuniueiits ol
counsel Were out of place. Counsel hud
coiiinirntcii in Ihe first place ou Ihe fact
that '.he court hud excluded (ienernl Key's
evidence. Then Ihe counsel had
to clanu'c Ids ground anil proposed
to (?o on with his remarks founded on the
fuel I hill tint prosecution had
fuiled to cull (iencral Key to
rove the fait Unit hu hud been
Imposed upon. It did not appear that Key
could have proved that fuel, it wna plain,
therefore, that there was no founOaiioii'lor
coinmenls ol roiiii"cl. At Ihe risk Ihere
hne il apiiearln;: a little ,li-,- .urtcoiis to
ciniiisi 1 I lie cimri. h.-ij tell called on now to
in in!i.'ii n to,- i. ni ii I H it iho-c r. iiiiitks
C( oil, i. ,., e. I o.ill-i l ..r .1, lense
uir.tll m.'ed evnotioiis lo ihe j id re
lo.vlky a'.d ll.'l l-'e pr.-c -nh-tl.
Much uilo AlMMII Not). III,;.
Nnv Yoi:k, September I. or; .- hnv
iiii'b.in tceiveil from ri. l.de'pliiu that
life preservers with the liiiui "Western
Teas" marked upon lie in. hud hem found
oil' t'i en. ole.iuuu. Cupl iin Spinr, of the
lire ol ''. II Mjllory A t ' -., owners of Ihe
M i! tv !ini. ol teuiin r-. lo ..huh I m
We'leill lc . .u-Io,.h.v,i, .Kie-liulied
III iln'li;" nuil s.ii.l lliil he h-nl tcii the -pori
in the papers, but llmt I. has cuiised
him no uneasiness. Captain Kislt
said he who commands Ihe,'. Western
Terns bus been with us Ironi boyhood up,
nndhewould hnve sent s boat ashore ami
te!eirnnbed u lnmr .heior,, ir .o,,.i),i..
serious had occurred. 1 nceotiut lor the
lile-preservers Iiiiviiir been found overboard
In this way: The Bteamer was thoroughly
inspected on Friday before she left Ibis
port for I'cniniiilino.nnd Iholile-preserveri,
170 tit number, were ttih-il imoti ii.a
Hint oino sleernno piusenicers probably
threw several of them overboard, nml Unit
Is all there Is of it. The Western Texas is
due at Tort Hoyal, South Carolina this
inominR, and we probably shall hear fiom
her before lliKht.
I.osnoN, Hcpiimher I. A dispatch lo
Keillor's telegraph company from Alcxun
drill says: Ureal uneasiness Is felt In con
sequence of the arrest of natives carrying a
letter add reeled lo Antonio Pnulo. (Imk
annulate agmt, a scout who has been
staying hero. 1'uulo has been adviwd. It
Is rumored that tho police bavo discovered
rannt1ojltion nl n Ciinsmrnev. in M..I.
end lireeks are Implicated, the okject being
... m.-.o. ui me r.unipenill ai Aiexnif
drla In the event of the llritlsh troops he
log seriously engaged at Uatuleh.
The Times Una morning nays: Tlintiih
General Wohely does not reipilre a third
division, Ihe government Is determined to
st rengtben his hands by sending three bat
tailous of infantry, so that General Wood
may be act free wi'liout leaving a garrison
of less than 2,000 men at Alexandria. The
reserve depots or l.iuruen for each of the
regiments which are nt the front with Hen
era) Wolseley. will also be formedat Alex
andria, and a large depot of l.ouu men will
be formed lo replace as they ate drafted to
the front to supplylcasusltlei. The general
result of these measures will be that Uen
ral Wolseley will have 2,'Jou men on the
main Una of operations, besides the garri
son of Alexandria and Uie Indian contin
gent. . . .
A dispatch from Kasassln says: 'Arab!
. - r- . u.. . . , ., . . win ue I
necessary to advance clentilically and in
force. The Knis'i itiCmtrv's tire In th
lust ergajjenmnt stH-ms to h"v done slight
damage. 1 he M trtii i Hei r rules used l.v
t ic lint ish are apt to bo rendered u-iservici.
able by hanl tisane.
A uiapnieli ironi St. IVtersbtir to ih
runes says; Kng.isli ai-nts hav, arrived
ut Odessa to pun bus .) ,d ol sheep
and cuttle lor the Iroons in lv- .pl Two
hundred and twenty beat died en mule
last week, from the intense heal.
A lkx anuria, September 4. A (invk. sho
recently arrived herefrom Cairo, gives a
glowing account tlie situation tin-re
lie lean that when Arabi I'aslia isdefcaled
he wil, destroy the city. HeeMimates that
there uio at Catro only tr,,,.,,., i,
will join i-t pdhiging the city ut the llrsl
opportunity, lie s.tys that tlie Circassians
are maltreated if seen ,ui l he streets in
Tho khcdive has issued a decree forbid
iliiig the Importation of petroleum in
Sakvtoii. Scpember 4.'-The Soi-hl
Science nsrocintinn l,pi il8 ,munl scmioh
tin's evening. Francis Wnvland. ..!' Y,il..
college, president nf the adoration, made
i ue opening icniress, speukini; or the fuior
able circumstances under which the usso
cnuion mi ets. Ue referred to the. conditio)
hen rv ..i,m.. . .. :
will, .rem l.ntiii,,, which is convulsed by
: . " ',' ' ivii sirue, wnile we are en
joying it welcome respite from every Mirie
oi Homes! ie diasoiuioii. Tlii
is an tliispieioiis time lor Ihe
wnrlc n( 1 1... : . i ...
, , n-soi-mi ion, as muiiT
ot the lia i.-8 of the hue war no longer fa's
r . . i ""'Knuiii.l. he re n
lions nt e.oiit.il i i..t ,
.... ....,.,, uou moor, tne enucuiion ol
I fn;0(,,,,n"b nduileralion of food, prinei-
can service ictorin, tem
perance legislation, lu t . -t-1 n i. ,al
education, elective ju.liciarv, homes lor
be poor, fie., trade und tariff, suvines
hunks, protection ot iimniu'iinls und pre
vonlion ol pauperism, properly and richts
ol married women, vcntillntio'ii and drain
ago, divorce legislation, treatment of in
sinilytliejeiinil kindred topics are pre
fenteil lor consideration,
Anol her Amilrc-r Honor.
Cincixxati, September. 4.A special to
tho Times-Star from Memphis says Hint u
duel is imminent lietace i (ienernl Chalmers
and an II. Munnirg, coididalis for con
gress. Ilntb snokc at Holly Springs, Mis
sissippi i joint debute. .Manning spoke
last mid uiiiilu a scathing review or (iinl
mors' record. Ilotli remained at Holly
Springs over Siinduv, will, messengers
passing hack and forlb. Chnluiers detnund
unt a full retraction. Thomas Morris rep
resented Chalmers mid Kdward Wntson
was Manning's friend. The rumor ot the
duel gains creder.ee from the fact that both
railed to put in an appearance nt the meet
ing appointed for to-ihiy'e debate.
Tim Asteisinent CnmpMlgii.
Washington, I), c, Heptember I.-A
treasury clet recentlv re-.iiMi,l l,U
tion for the pnrpo'c or collecting political
assessments for the republican nnlioiml
congressioinU rsniimitten Irom ihe depart,
ment cb-rks. lie was lo work on commi.
sion. II Uipplied to Seerctnrv Kolger for
permission lo ciinviisj iliu treasury depart-
., mis II-IUS4H , then soiiirh!
ot iciul recognition r Up. olher lreaiiry
ntlieers, but was agiiin-tieiiie,!, and was of,,
lined to depend upon his personal on.lenv
ors hn.illv.un.l is mskin..' his emvuss will,-
i "liiciul c..1.-.eii.r . .,
j parlnieiit. ft .'.
j A IMrnlo Hint
I KumiiKTit. X. .1., Heplemher I.-The
i Singer li tle and military iisHociatiici gave
j an excursion; yosterduv, mid on rcliii-iniie
atli;.'IOa. m..n row took place between the
deck hands ot the b irges, Nninb rbilt,
Warren n nd Curry and some roughs on'
deck. The deck hands lire,) (en or,-Ke
shots. Instantly kilhcg Thomas , ,.,,
need IKI, u bystunder, ami fatally wounding
Hiehnrd liurke. Bge, ", who hud been
on I he excursion. Unrke had no disturb
ance with any one, l'he ciiMsc of the riot
was a grudge of the bartender on on- of the
barges, wbos bur had been robbed und
himself lioateii on a former occasion by the
rough, nf this i it v. Iluike died tips morn
ing'. Ilii- Dip, Mil Puller.
Uit.i.k, September -l.-Ki..rl.iy ot ihe per
sons injuicd in sin e! r. -as here .since the
trouble i e. Hired among the police l.,ne,
an. being treated in various hosoif,,!.
K. II. Human), a
Slntcor Health, futu Ills Throat
und d'ocs Hence to tho
The Kesldont l'l lnters of Sun Anloiiio
Tiii ii Out I'n Masse to
lllm Ktii lal.
Hon. (icoi ije I'. Keevcs, spcaWi r of the
House of ItopiTsoututlvs,
Iljdronliiihlii -His ( use Is rroiinnticcd
Hopeless Slrnpped to His Itetl,
lisbed lo supply a long-felt want, and hay.
ing rulhlled its niissim, has ascended the
Spcealui tho lleral l.
Fort Worth, September 4-SMr!.v...
charges wors forwarded to Wa.sbiugl.in to-
oav ogai:it our postmaster. Mm. llucbell.
!.l,l!1.a r'"!k'11 M"srrei, and a dill'.cultv
wtmti a loiijordy ol our citizens hope will
soon prove disSstril,H t llol, 1
A couple ol elopers an. here from Cle
burne, proinineni j-,,,,,,,, ,,,.,, ,,, ,,,,,,
Will Ten .Mien, u Noted l.'rtinhlei
nt Sim Marcos.
Olher Interostlntf State Nnws.
Special to the Herald. .
Han Ani'onio, Sei!nnber 4. Sunday
niornin the body of I'.. II. llaywant, a
printer, was found in a room ut ;i hotel in
this illy, with bis throat cut fr 'in ear to
car. A iiioodv knile was toiiml. hlt-lt lal
failed to do the work when n-od. nml a
ruor was lesorted to. He was loiind lying
hull under his bed, with two lingers in bis
windpipe, which was completely severed.
The spectacle was shocking in Hie extreme.
Ilaywnril was consumptive, nn.l the sup
posed cause w as despondency on account of
tlie bud sluto of his health. The deceased
was a brother of Paul 1). 1 lay ward, o the
Marseilles Paper company, Chicago, and of
Lieutenant Commander tieorge W. liny
ward, light-bouse inspector of the loth dis
trict o( the I'nited Slates navy. He was
huriou last evening bv tho local printers, by
whom lie was much liked.
The report reached this city nt 11 o'clock
toiiight ofthe klllingol Warren; A lien by
1'epilly Sheiill'l.yleat Sun Marcos. Allen
was mi old sporting man, having taken
four or live lives. No details.
Hih-cIhI to tho Herald.
Austin, September 1. The lollowmg
charters were filed to-day : Tho Texas
Cactus Hodge company, of Cleburne, Join -soil
county, capital stock $60,00n, object,
lo introduce and sell the right to use cactus
hedges; the Sun Antonio Marriage Siiid He
J. Ii. Smith, of Fort Worth lo.
day paid into the treasury $!i,tHl
for 13,'-1H ucres of public domain.
The cash balance inthetreustiry Is $1 ,700.
tu. Tho governor Is in receipt of ollli ial In
formation Iroiu llrowiibvilhi that- the sick
are not being properly cared lor, owin lo
want of provisions and nurses. He mid
the hcullli oflicer hud a consultation lo-duy
lo devise some plnti to correct the evil com
The priming bourd was in session tn-duy
to hour evidence regarding Ihe lulcgcd part
nership o' the expert with one o! the bid
ders. Che evidence was rot -ill'"i :! a- I
Swin, '.el w';'! pi M ,..' 1 ,;ci il-i- coiilr.n.t,
I Special in the Herald.
Slin;l.x, Si plcllibcl I. llo.l. (ieurge II.
Ileevos, l.ilo speaker ol the house, and cm
didute for tloaler for (iraysoiiund Co ike
counlies, js at, present sulTering with it
severe case of hydrophobia ut his home near
I'olt-villi, in tin- iiorthcrii portion of this
county. Hoverul montlis ago lie was bitten
by u rabid dog, and mud stones were applied,
but did lint stick. This morning pew
rem bed us Hint lie was in H violent par
oxysm iu.,1 hud to he lushed to Ids
bed. Mud .tones urn again applied and ad
here strongly, hut thorn is little hope for
his recovery. At ii o'clock this evening he
was loporteil as very low und sinking.
Captain .1 Ii. Cawles, a prominent nt.d
brainy member nt tip. She-nia'i hur,t-iluv
received the appointment of oislriil juil,'e
from the governor in iiluco of .loreph Hied
sue, resigned September 1st, to hold until
one ol the three candidates no.v running is
elected in N'oveiiihi r and iii ilili I
A tiuuii Ileum, Uepm i,
XkwOri.kaxs, September I -In contra
dic.ietiof unfoundeit repnil, being circitln-
out i f :x,M,,:.","rl s: -N,' Orleans is
re.,ort,i j'n' )'od'ow rever. No cases are
cm m, ' i A"!!."y,. 11,h' Tl'( "'"""fV
de t l r. ,. J l,n f'",v, ,H ex,','"cnt und tho
ue.itu rate remarkably low.
Jas. Jusrs, M. 1)
1 resident Hoard ofllcnllh.
Hie Awi-iicnn Team.
Nkw Yihik, September 4.-('olone! P.
dine lo-duy selected the fmhming to consti
lute the team who are lo compote against
the llritish Pain: llolui, Smith. Herman
Ogden, Hinds Paulding. Ilownnl Shakes,
i-ate, McNevm. and Alder. The other
so ure to be elms n this week, lie eu
Hons the men to lock up their guns ,,,,,1
retire Ironi ma'ches re.niirinKpracllc.sith
'I'll-rent guns, to avoid experiments with
powder ou 1 to do hunt st work.
l.owr.n., .Mvs.. Seplen r .(.a boat
containing three tutu was capsized in the
w,'.'lr!'."T k riv,'r '""I night, and A. .Slock.
' i i ' !m,,u"'"'ti"'er. r. ulv from
l.nglnnd. and n one-armed man, namo mi
V ;n;w,'lwn..,l. Tint uelident wis
t':1" ' lit-l. Lewis
King escaped by swiumiing ashore.
MurrlnKe In ltlli .r,
I'aiiis, September l.-Madetnoisello
hen th, Marie He I'.olhschild's daughter, of
i.ieucuii.i i ruiisiort branch of that fam
ily, will h; married on Thurs.l,,., ....... . .
I mice Alexandre Ii U'urr.,,, a'. .
wiry preliiiiiiiary I,, ihe 'coreinony M.do!
noisello lerell, Vcsterdnv recelve.l "X
nan baptism Prior to the ceremony A, o
signed auahjiircatlotiof the Jewish "faith.
The I reslilom t Sia,
Ilo-t is, September l.-A lelegrain from
Nepwnrt; says; Unit President Arthur has
avoided the route laid down for him und re
mains on board t e llispab li at out-of-llic.
?. l'"T.- l,r"visioi,cd
for .. week to day, lulormution was refused
as to the in ! movement uf p,,.,!,),,,,!,
Nil ten-rat I'ellsiKiilu,
W v iu.v.ToN, September 4 - Tho artlns;
pone iisier-.-i:. -rat iis received tlio follow-
sp.iti h l:,-in Pensiicola; "I (,
w hi. .e. r had ibis scitsori, UuV
f' '' ' Wit. F. l.r.K,
be 1 iev
; in oh last night
eon rgc.rv c .ie n
prciuis. --, bes'tie
log to. !. N i-:-.-,
"f tin in have bavenel
!.g ib"s a.'-ieki.! Iiv ihe
v.e e M.-. Molhlt, f Ihe
l'p e; M loi-i,l.i.,, of ,,,
" -o. I.-H , ,IIm '..',..11
'I I..- i i -I. -.r. . io-, l
huhe roll- ollic, s belong
al l:.,ni; on s p'olk s(rcei.
I lie I evt r ut Pensae'ilu,
WMl.M.ION. Sepin:er I. I. ('.Whit
ing. l-.-n l.-irv of the I, ..., o' hellh. at
''!il, It' I -" -1 1 I II..' s::;;,.,,,,e, , ,.,
"'- " ' " '''" v.-.i. r.:-. as
l.l..-s- Ii'ielip i.-ePti..- eisi.. N.i , ,v
''"-'' !U the P-SI t-M. .! ,ys 'h,.,e ,.r,.
-even nnw s'i V , .tlnl he. j.i, ln,( I , h, itie
The balance are improving. Total mortal,
ityol'tlie week, seven Irom vellow fever. Act
ing Assistant Surgeon White reports there
were no new ruses or deaths reported yes
Z7Z Town In Possession of a Mub 1 -
"Cincinnati, v., Heti-mhor 'I. -Mount
Vernon. Indiana, hits been thronged bv n
mob in conse.ueiico ol an cll'ort to close
sniooti8on tunliiy and at II o'clock every
night. About 1 o'clock yesterday morning
the residence of John Paul, city marshal.
nii uiro i.y a inou Hint ijiinied to the
ground. The deputy citv murslml was ter
ribly beaten bv a gang of roughs. The tel.
egraph and telepln.no were grounded by
the mob lo prevent communication Willi
PllIt.MH.I IIIA. Sei.toiiil.cr I. As ll.n rr.
suit of the reiowed searoh this afternoon of
dwelling ,'M19 Walnut street, occupied by
Major ITilppt. absconding iilnis-hniis
superintendent, about (il(MSl Worth of all
kinds of goods were found, including gni
cerics, cotton rnd linen gotKls, household
utensils, ami In fact ull sons ol supplies
furnished Ihe iistlliitlon. Phlpp, , ,ttii
nilnus, . ,
llASovra, X. II., 8eptenil.fr I. Dr. O.
A. Dickey ol Worcester, Msssschusotts,
and Mr. John Vuriliall, of Lynn, were
drowned in Fair l.ee Luke yesterday after
noon. Thev wolf, driving In a buggy on
tlie shore of the lake when the team look
fright ami leaped into the lake and bulb
horses and men drowned. The body of the
physician was toon recovered.
Mabmd. September 4. Comacho, minis
ter of finance, received a largo packet on
Sundwy from lJareolona. On proceeding to
open U personally ' his suspicions wore
aroused regarding the contents. The
packet was consequently cautiously ex.
smined and was found to contain dynamite
The anlbon of the outrage are unknown.
Nut A i ll veil.
P t.T IIovm ,. S. '., Sepiciihor I. Tho
sl'iinpr Wisiern Texss has tu.l arrived
I .'" i.'.i'o.B n.is u. ennenrd
uoiii l.er. S'.e ...tin... hiotevir n,,i,i
tl.i- ovoid- '
Tlie iluptnrxi Iteuilt
YoKolh :., Septe.,1 .el I. -It is Ihe ger..
erul belief th.it tliu revolt in Coreu was or
rnied by the ex-regent, und was procipl.
luted by a reroiit eMenhinn ol foreign intercourse,
A'. iin.lonr.l tlieMrlke.
Sept.;mber 4. Tim riongthore-
cii the Ciiniild sttanisb'n
wh.ir.es t i-ilav uLi'.ud'ji.c 1 l!:n ctriL.
i in k ut Hu i,d ralis.
til II Cliiid.iVeil
I lo III t V.
I" I If.
Cn; o, C.i, s, plen.l,. r
theiiTiuori- ti.i'i a. 1. 1 h A
Wer.. htiim d j . sio:il,i . ,,,
Spei In! to the Hera bl.
Pii.isrixK, S. iiteniher I. A. I!. Howard,
torim rly piiymuster on tho 1 uloriiulionnl,
litis ! en iippoiim i !,v M r. Ilio.-ie tothe .o
siiion 1. 1 p. n ions t, r ot , c S.. ,,iis,v Iron
.Mount.. ii -dlwiiy. 'f n.' nppniniment is. .lie
ti nt .-. piini-nds i r t to ihe ...mod ji,)-Mii i.l
of nil l.-.-v. though I'.ib- tine will' regret to
lose Vr. Howard and f iniily.
All the Kvo-"! lieu I e...- of Alllici;.!.,
county unit, Hi i,i a .y . ,
I oll. .il oil. w Pi' !l il-14 j -1 -1 i ! 1. 1 i,.
Ci! ! i 'V i - III .(Ie ill ol.Ciliei o H -n'. !..;,.
p .--e l i.t ll... l ll.is ,l:. . Mindnv m n. ..;
e. live. 'lion he'd a shoit lime s.n.-e I I e
nil.-i.'e-i !.. i -. i, ! irge nil I the i-niiv n
' ' l' cot. '.. . .-. n ,t ihe cli'ip h 1 1 op ,.
'.. r....a ureal ...-. o h lioetor ,1 II. p.
iner wns selected to look after the orrntil.
r.ation of Hiinday schools wherever thev
might be needed in tb's cctpity.
Special lo tho Herald.:
.M.MtsiiALi., rteptetnber I. Stillwell 11.
Knsselljind others. of,tlie;i'ultliliil, ;ieff;for
. in-i in gin. 'ill is 0 peel oil 1 1 nt I litis.
sullollt f "-KjISlO.
I c.ni I
at Ihe ui".
,l tali, :-h i .-'
ii ctiy I l.f.-l,
an.t . iiic '
'Hit ;..r ii I. . i
II lie the independent
Congress in this district.
St. Mary's Academy opened this morn
ing Willi lilly pupils. Ilishop Iiapllst col
lege opens October Snd with the same old
lacun v ami three additional assistants.
t he weather is hot nml dry and there Is
considerable sickness throughout the
Iho tnatrinioninl Insurance craze hus
sinii K me town ana the sullcrers are com
ing ui nvciy.
Special to tlio neruld.
Navasota, September 4. Cotton Is com
ing In lively, at an average of one hundred
and fifty bales per day. There are, some
worms, but not much fear of damage.
County politics are exciting. The colored
republicans want county olll. es.
Judgo A. H. Thomas, a prominent green
backer, is spoken of for lieutenant-governor.
Our white public school opened with I'O
scholars. Prolessor J. W. Clurk Is superin
tendent, with a corps of line assistants.
Tho colored school also opened, but 1
Have not learned the number.
Our former post-master, Dr. M. (Julnn, Is
succeeded by A. N. tiarvln, a native repiib.
Special to the IUtaI.1,
IlHMtuM, Beptember 4. District court
convened Unlay. The civil and criminal
dockets wore large, there being forty-two
The term of the tiuhlle inhnnls nt....i
to-day with a large attendance.
ineuany anu weekly Independent news-1
sjsper went lo glory tonlsry. It was estab-
The New in. rt llea.lty.
Hv f.ir l,. most be nit Mil g rl in all New
.'or' a p.. -ei.l is a Ho,!,,,! ,.,r. !rtser
A; "it a! u... male uiinriatlon in the en
lite t, is:,,, 'e-i'i-'tiy aft. ri:oou was bo-slo.-.ul
tit her. and she received it with
'' I dignity of an
II. i I .'!.. r v. a lui.-Hayor,
. r 1,'1,'her a Wiisheiv. i.
! ei,.!e. I,, r "ellOol .1 .va
I tl.tii, on, p, ,.,,, M,r
A. ii In re .!,o I , u lii'khl-'t-.
'.Mill In.-, inciting black
' I 'ty h-i'r, r.-.iulur features,
. -vi-: ui'i.l lijiire, limI per-
in...':! i Miuw.iks busily
t o. y .1 I. nine, hut is now
i, UI..I When H woi.uii. I,.f.
lily m nt f.r .'ni locome and dres her hair
meaning an imitill, ilie wrote back: "I re
gret to say Unit it is Impossible. 1 did not
leave my shop as long ago us you did your
slaughter-house, but I nm for tho tlmo
being iUite us fur uway from it" The
fuel was that the woman bad, moro than
twenty years ago, been n practlciil worker
in the Huston pork packing house In which
her husband founded her fortune. Wlillo
on mis in-uiuniii Hair urcsser, lei mo des
cribe her toilet nf yesterday, because it
Illustrates a prevailing elaborute stylo of
alternoon rust inning at Newport. Tho ma
terial was ivorywhllo surah, shirred for a
iiuarter of a yard from the waist downward
In close gathers so that it showed every
action of the hips. The rullncts fioui
tho gathers was arranged in plaits
which extendi d to the edge of Hie
skirt, where they wore met bv a fall ot
white lace put on In coquilles. The bodice
and paniers were white nuns' veiling trim
med with luce. A small rape, made of row
upon row of oriental lace, reached just be
low the shoulder. Her bat was completely
covered with the same lace garniture, to
the exclusion ol any other trimming, and
her white satin parasol had several lace
rullles at a bordering. Not a touch of color
was seen, and the effett was that of just
such simple, elegance as most of the lash
able Newport girls strive after. (Clara
To summarize Mr. Itcecher'a earning
from bis brain the figures would be about
as Pillows ; Pulpit salary, $.'.i,nui: lectures,
9.i"i,uv; euuuriai wora, vi'i,i.i; iroiu
books, S10o.Ki: making t'Ml.Oisi. of which
add tho IIUO.uki paid him after the great
trial, ami you una mo gruiiu total to be
1.10.110. To these earnings lor himself
must be added the amount accruing to
Plymouth Church from Mr. Jleeehcr's ser
vices. The annual Income of this church
is now t;n.tKjo. The sggrcguto for Ihe 83
years will thus be soother million, making
in all Xuuu.lMJ coined by the busy train o?
A. A S. Mlttenthal have won the lanrals
this season for rarrvlns the nrettlest se
lected stock of gents1 fumlshlns? goods In
Dallas. Whoever falls to buy their tsnrr
sblrle. nmler-ihlrts. drawers and hoes, can 1
be dressed la style.