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THE GAZETTE: TORT WOIiTH, TEXAS, TnUHSDAY. .TAXVAUY 4.
STAT K SPECIALS.
Assignment at DallasArrest of an Ho
por The Browcrs.
Death ia o Well at Ban Antonio Female
Arrival of Membra of the Legislature at
. Austin Kotea.
Tho Weather at Abllcno Incorporation
' of tho Town- Bnsiiicw:.
Tatal Shooting by a Lunatic in the Gal
A dead Baby found Under the Snow at
and eloped with them. The horses
W. W. A mold, this morning,
alighted from a moving Texas nnd
Pacific train near tho city limits. Ho
In now under chargoof a Burgeon, with
a eonitiound fractulo of the right leg
and serious Internal Injuries.
Tlie representatives, nt Dallas, of all
the big breweries of tlie country pub
lish n card flint from January 7th the
price of all keg beer will he advanced
twenty-flvo cent per keg. BhorlagoJ
in tlie nop crop is given as tlie reason.
The uiornhant's exchnngo held a
meeting to-day to mcniorla lizo tlio
mW legislature to change the attach
ment law, doing away with preferred
creditor nnd Instead have the claims
of nil the crcdiloni prorated, also that
when a claim Is duo if It Is not paid
thoeredltor can nttiieh by swearing to
the facta nnd giving bond for any dam
ages In event lie failed to make out
111 case, js early all tlie leading mer
chants ur Dallas rnvur sucn a cntiii
Petitions for the Prevention of the Manufac
ture of Alcohol.
The CaJe of Fitz John Porter Resumed In
Ban Antonio, Ilexar county, Jan
nary .'(.This morning while Albert
Hall was bring lowered Inton new
well the windlass nlippcd nnd lie fell
a distance ol sixty feet. Ho was
brought up but died Immediately after.
j Mrs. "Weber and Mr. Field had a
dispute iIiIh morning when the former
(drew a revolver and fired, mis-dug her
mark. Hhe has been arrested.
A large frame house belonging to
Colonel II. H, Andrews, rented by .1.
IS.I'rieo was burned out last night.
I.s about i,b), partly insured
.Ilm Kd wards hud a narrow c
from naplilxntion by gas when tnj
MfiMtul to ill" OuKPtto.
iJeulson, Grayson county, January
XA lino-looking innluliahy, perfectly
nude, wa found In "one of our alley
yesterday, ft Jiad evidently boon there
flliutyHaturday, as ll.was covered with
miow. It Is believed Hint it Was born
nllvonnd afterwards killed and thrown
Into the alley, It was a white
child, 'tud at a glance It
was cvhlnnt that no exnerieucid
pcrmm attended at its birth. No
clue bits been found Uiiih far to lead to
tho arrest of tho perpetrator of the
Tho nurses and other attaches of
Hid i;uarautlno station have been .seen
on our streets after dark, mid It has
caused much excitement among the
James W, Haines, lato editor of the
MoKlnney Advocate haw ncacpted tho
position or tlie secretary or suite,
tendered him by Governor-elect Ire
land, and passed through the city to
day enroutc to Austin.
Hpoi'IuI Kj tlti CJJ!ttm.
Galveston, .ianiiary .". This
morning at 1:15 o'ciovk Thos. Sey
mour was shot and almost instantly
killed inono of the wards of St. Mary's
Infirmary by a patient named V. B.
Morrison, who was sent to the infir
mary from tho police station the 21th
of last November In a deranged
condition. Beyinore, who had been
'" I on a protracted spree, was conveyed to
i !7 Hn" I ""' "dlrmnry troiu the city prison,
inppnif, ytM,tt.r,iy evening, bordering on de
lirium tremens, anil wasniniost totally
blind from the efieeLs of excessive
drink. J Ic wa.s sixty years old, single
and generally regarded as a hard
character, lie has. a brother residing
here. Morrison, as soon an be llred the
fatal shot, tied, and was captured this
morning near the railroad bridge by
the police and lodged In jail. It i sup
port Morrison fired the deadly idiot
while In on of his insane frcnkH, al
though he did not display much in
sanity in peeking the only available
exit from the eltv. Morrison, when
taken Into custody by the police hc-t
Grave Charges Againts the Appropriation
Committee of Last Session,
The houso met at 11 o'clock. Mr.
Hatch of Missouri presented a tele
gram from tho St. Louis Mercantile
Kxchunge asking the Immediate pass
age of the Sherman extension bill.
Mr. Shermnn of Illinois presented
a memorial from the American Social
Science Association, risking congress
to distribute money among several
states for educational purposes. .Re
ferred. Thehoti'-o wont inton commltto of
the whole on the army appropriation
Mr. Urown of Indiana offered an
amendment providing for the gradual
abolition of tho pay corps of the army. !
Mr. ITiwnn stioka in fnvnrnf keen- !
lng up a well disciplined army. Ilv
thought communistic nnd socialistic
mutterings of human slaughter, spoli
ation and outluwry under the guise of
labor strikes, encouraued bv loud
mouthed demagogues werouninistaka- j and Mr. Hewitt
ble warnings of intended danger to the j tho first place he didn't believe
peace nnd good order of the country, i an executive oflleor of the government
In concluding Mr. Cpson made allu-1 had a riitht to involve the trovcriimont
sion to the high degiee ofclficieney of i In the indebtedness of any sort beyond
no I'.ngusn army wnieii Drought Mr. i what congress in Its wisdom provides
nnd I have further to say I hurl the
charge back to the gentleman as h alnn
der. Mr. Mount of Georgia wild he hard
ly knew an answer to the jiolito speech
of tlie gentleman from New York
That gentleman could account
for tlie difference only on
tho Idea of dtsdohesty or ignorance,
of (he gentleman in tho appropriation
committee of thoForty-sixth Congress.
Ho had sat sllentuntil the result of the
last election, hut now ho charged the
Democratic party of tlie house with
crime and stupidity. The country
would know no honest economy until
the Democratic party and its principles
should take possession of the execu
tive as well a. the legislative branch
of the government.
Mr. Hlscock said there was no man
on the floor for whom he entertained
more respect than lie did for tlie
gentleman from Georgia, Mr. Jlluiint.
Mr. Cook, said the gentleman
from Tenneesce (Mr. Atkins) had
declared Hiscoek had reflected upon
tho appropriations committee of the
Forty-sixth Congress and had hurled
back something, laughter iledid not
mean to say tne committee was dis
honest in the way that it should
be Indicated and published,
but lie had meant the Democratic
congress had been accustomed to be
shown a deficiency year after year.
Mr. Itandall of 1'enusylvaiiia said,
having been n member of the appro
prlntln committee in the Forty-sixth
congress, the last remark of the
gentleman had struck himself
In reply ho said in
Assembling of Btat9 Legislatures.
Meeting and Organization of Stato Gen
Gamblers Pined Killed While Coasting
Killed Whllo ConttliiR.
Troy, N. V., January 3. Willie
Dubois, grandson of General Toombs
of Georgia, was fatally injured and
three other students seriously hurt
Uaston, January 3.The widow of
DllanoA. Oooddard of the Dai; Ad
vtrtizcr declined n testimonial of $2.5,
000, contributed by tho friends of her
Hpiil:l ! 111" Ouirntir.
Abilene, i'aylor county, January
ft. Snow has been on the ground
alnce Saturday night and (lie weather
Is htlll cold but there is no Injury to
tlie tdiecp or other stock.
M. A. Stanford was eloped out yes
terday by Ids creditor.
An election was held here yesterday
to incorporate the town. Kvery thing
passed oil' quietly and the majorltv
lor liicoriMiratloi! was good.
, Pome lino sheep have, arrived re
cently from Ohio.
Tho linn of Cameron t Phillips
handled during the past year forty
llvo car loads of wagon, agricultural
hmilouiouhutud wire. Thin exhibit
well for the settlement or the country.
HpiM'lllI It, ho t illK-ltu.
vAUHtiu, January a.-Th"c Dallas
Steam Cracker Company Hied a
oliartcr to-day, capital stock $50,000.
Tho Incorporators are .1. Winter, J. M.
Gwldsmlth, Chas. M. Casleii and Ja.
I,. Winter, Jr.
The comptroller will hold tip stdU
against collect ow on unbalanced ac
counts until the lth, when Mil swill i
hi luwtltiiU'd against all who have not
vviciuui county lias made apirtlenllmj
mr Ua allotment of the Bclioolland.
tJiidcr (he act of Julv I, KS1, the
law leipilu's that all counties jihail be
rtfislgncd their laud In regular order.
Tho secretary of state dextres tliat
' eouiitlworgaul.ed slut'otho passage of
the act scud in their applications in
order that they may lie proper! v as
signed. Mitll.lini'J ,il Mu. Ii...1.itni....rt t
, . ;"'"' "" siniuniiii iiiw ne- i
KiMiiingui airivo nauy, several funu
ffho west getting hi to-day.
I'lie following aie tho "ml p ,iniota-
iV1.".".8 s'vLu,r,,Htw !0i Confederates
31 H) to SliS ; veterans fiJTo.
Cnplulu V. N. ltatny resigned his
poslthm In thu comptrollers ofllcc lo-
November, was attempting to beat his
brains out by butting hi- head again-1
a brick wall. lie ill have a prelimi
nary examination before Ju'-tlcoHpann
In the morning, when theeauses which
led to tlie shotting of Seymour will be
Spoolul to U., Guumti'.
Waco, McLennan county, January
H, Uy tho census of the city, coni-
; pletcd to day, Waco is credited with a
population of 9,0)1 Inhabitants against
7,20(1 In 1SS0, a gain of over 1,700 in
two years and half. The opinions vary
In regard to the accuracy of tho figures,
hut they may bo accepted as approx
imately coneet. ;
The city sexton reports 21:1 deaths
during the past year giving tlioatinual
death rate at 27 per thousand. The
heaviest mortality occurred in Sep
tember, over sixty persons havtngdied
OUU SPICK il()X.
Jtohinaon of New 'ork to his feet
with the lemork that he could not
tell whether Mr. Upon's speech was
eulogistic of tlie American or English
army. He admired the American ar
my but disliked to see Its olllcers trot
ting around after the representatives
of a monarchy. He wanted to block
me minimum tiffing that was getting
for. This system of deficiencies had
grown tip during the year until it
took both political parties to combine
to break it up at every session.
Tills abitfco should not continue
It was a violation of the statutes for
an executive officer to Involve the
government in expenditures not
authorized by eonirrc-s. He didn't
into the heads of snobs and flunkey r think economy ought tn matter politi
to imitate monarchy, without having i cully at all, and he believed one thiuj
"lt is true that Urlpemall is si
ilckV" "Yes.11 "And they say
iH HO hoilO?" "On tbn eiinlrnVv II...
old fellow is growing weaker every
day." UuUm Tramuript.
Struck by lightning: Lightning
struck a Nevada man tlie other day
while he was swearing. It would,
however, hike a mighty smart stroke
"I iigmning to mi a Nevada
when ho is not swearing. .!hoh.
the brains that surround it,
Mr. Calkin's amendment providing
that it shall not be construed to retire
any officer of rank less than his actual
rank in the army at the date of retire
ment, was adopted.
Washington, January fJ.A number
of petitions were presented for a con
stitutional amendment prohibiting
the manuf.u'ture and sale ofalcoholic
At the cloe of the morning hour,
Mr. liOjjan continued his argument
against Fitz John Porter.
Mr. Logan finished hisspcech at 2:03
Mr. Sherman tried to have the
bonded whisky bill taken up, but Mr.
Sewell said he wl-Jtcd to occupy about
half an hour reading testimony in tlie
Porter case in replv to Mr. Logan. Mr.
Sherman said that nt the conclusion of
Mr. Sewell's remarks he would anain
ask the senate to take uii the vhiky
At the conclusion of McPherson's
remarks in favor of tlie passage of the
Fitz John Porter bill, Mr. Hall moved
to postpone indefinltelv. Lint; veas
20, nays 2S. The bill was then re
imrtcd to the senate.
Mr. Hoar moved to postpone for a
week and spoke In favor of the motion.
Additional amendments having been
oll'ered and debated, all were 'with
drawn and the original provision of the
lull struck out by viva voce vote.
Mr. Hewitt of New York called at
tention to the fact that in various items
ortheblll there was a leductiou In the
appropriations, and hundred whether
the reduction was for the purpose of
making a good showing,
Mr. Ihitlerworth of Ohio replied the
appropriations were sufficient. He
would assure tlie
uiiu nan Drought tlie ma
jority Into the next pongns
was tlie wasteful, wicked and unjusti
fiable expenditures of public iiionev bv
the Republican party.
Mr. Robeson of New Jersey thought
tho debate had simmered down from
n direct proposition to Pick-wickian
explanation-. All the gentleman from
New York (Hlscook) had meant
to ay was, that the last Demo
cratic appropriations commit
tee either had not given
sufficient time and attention to the in
vestigation of the necessities of tin
government, or bad been willing t..
postpone the necessities for the pur
pose of acquiring a seeming political
advantage. The Dimocnitic partv
had pursued a system of poor parsi
mony, but luui not risen to the dignitv
of political economy, ,
BLOWN TO ATOMS.
Lexington. Ky.. January 3. A Win
chester special to tho Daily l?rm says:
Three colored laborers on the Ken
tucky Central Itnilway extension put
wet dynamite in a stove this morning
to dry. It exploded, blowing two of
them to atoms and seriously injured
the other. The house was oompletely
NATTIA nlAfADlifiM T1.
Star Bonto T.-7HI
- !,' i
Limerick.. January J?. A fanner
was shot dead to-day at Woodford
County Clare. It is believed to be an
January . Delaney
.... ., .mmiiiij- ,. ueianey was
......... ,...,j , nifsiieiuii 10 murder
Jiultie Luwson and ivms ntn....,i
j teu years penal servitude.
Paris. Jnniinrv .'! sr,.,,v..,.
j fort is making to p.ocuru judicial iu-
VSa V")""1 ?f ,ho s'irciinistimee under
....Mi uuiiuieiiii received nis wounds
itssure tlie ireiitleincn the li-
i lillbllcan ti.'irtv unpilil mi, fin... ,..... ...
lllllll 1 V Vlll 1I1VI 11
""""tho next congress as manv opportuni
1 ties for niakiiiK ui dellc eneics u H.
l'11-st swell: "Ityjuve, Fred, that Is enenuiiieriu - it cniuc- into power,
ipiiio me nicnest collar I've struck
yet." Second swell: "Think mi ii.i
Well, I don't IHllld telllnir vow
uy own. it's onu
it sa little idea of niv own nu .....
lr. Jiiscock OI New YnrU- il..ni.Ml
there existed any preconccited iilau to
of tho guvnor's
Perpetual motion: a Durfeo man
announce that ho lias discovered a
perpetual motion maehltii). His km
int...... ........ ..i. i i . . .. i?
...vuvi iit'iiL.uie.Lii regisieilllgail Ultl-
iiuiei- wunianeaii rcglsteilngall 'inn
nor, although the room was locked up
it tho beginning of the vacation.
1 ale ftrcord.
Jhuiiul (o take something: In a
gambling saloon. One of the bvstand
ers exclaims : "l take hack omlouls."
l he banker replies, severulv: "Par
don, monsieur, but you have not de
ported anything.'' "oh, then, I'll
takobael; what 1 said." , i-Viaro.
uoi leu ite to kivo niv life." "To
save your life?" lepchted Fog..-
Mlilltlnii ii'nl.! I . 1.... ft . . ... . .'
.......v. ....inn i , mil ues no not al
ways snvolile. Remember your friend
Ananias, ami tremble." ofoi
1th Ananlasas an example : "No
exclaimed Fllkiiison ; "l wouh!
create de leleneies tolii-iirrivfilinf i.i,-1...
the next congress, though tho commit
tee on appropriations of the Fortv
sixth Couuress. Iiml int,.iitt,i,i.iit,.
thiowna huge amount of the deli
eieney upon the Forty-seventh Cou
' g ress.
my. Jilount. Givo us tho items.
Mr. Hiscoek replied that the gentle
man would find the Ito us ho referred to
In n speech dellvend by him (lliscoeki
last session on ilclicieiicies to bo pro
vided for ihuumniuit J7,O.M),(ioo. Mr.
Atkins of Tennessee, chairman of tho
I'orty-slxth Congress, nsked the gen
tleman riom New York to give .some
thing besides his bare insertion in sini
Jioit of so serious a iJtarge as
he had made against tho political
and represfjntatlVo integrity of chat
Mr. Hlscook I will give evidence
hero and now. Tho w.muiittce on ap
propriations over which tin- gentle
man had the honor or nresiding had
failed to make appropriationslii the
sum ot $27,000,000. Xow i miv to
him, I say to the committee,
and say to the isnintrv
mat a lact as .t-iriiimr
ARRESTED ON SUSPICIOK.
Dublin. Januarv S'I'Ii,. ,,n.. ...
icsted two persons to-day suspected .f
assisthiKin ii10 .attempt assussina
on of Dennis and hulA one iuror ,
Washington, 1). C, January 3. A
Denver special says by mutual agree
ment Mrs. Augustti L. Tabor ijbtalned
a divorce from lier husband, Governor
Tabor, yesterday, the alimony being
$2.(J,(RK. Slie asked for $1,000,000, but
seemed satisfied with tlie compromise.
She withdrew all ofi'ensive charges,
and all previous suits lapsed.
Chicngo, Illinois, Januarv 3. Tho
appellate court to-dav affirmed the
sentence of Judge Cary, fining 200
keepers of gambling houses, in -which
wimbling is carried on,. 100 each. As
tills conns nearer to enforcing the law
with some severity than any previous
legal action hits done, caiis-m much sat
isfaction among the better class of
Judge- Wylie 0iT rjfaasjg
Tha'PrnBirlnnttnl a in
, " ""'BgJJOS
cancv i eJiJi
1iati1 ahII. a ,
Hoar will endeavor to!2
presidential succeasion ''2
Washington, Januarv f
miral Scroyan was or,Q
to tho secretary of the triZ
vacancy In tho light hZ
caused by the death of ffl
Ooinmltteo un IjiS,
Washington. T. n ,F
It is stated qn apimrenllf
thoritythata inember Z
coinmllteo on expenditure,;
partmentof justico conta
quiring into the detalhi
with the star route prosecuni
Washington, January YL
sioner Itatini in rojilylnlf u
tion of the senate asking fo
mate of the amount requlrw
the taxes on stocks of tofc
matches, etc., now 011 hand ;
.ii.ium.iii uu tuxes. IIXMII.
PIG IROtl SELLERS.
Philadelphia, Pa., Januarv .".A
cill for a meeting of all makers of pig
iron for sale in open market, whose
furnaces are located east of Pittsburg,
wits issued to-day to be held in Now
York on Friday next. Tho call is
signed by eighteen prominent compa
nies and producers of pig iron.
St. Joseph, Mo.. January .1. A dis
astrous conllagratlon occurred nt 10
o clock this morniiitf. The fire began
i 1 an unused grain elevator of the
Ilannibal and St. Joe Itailrpad.
.spreading rapidly, destroying the old
passenger depot of the Hannibal ami
s-t. Joe, two box cars, several fiat cars
I ded with lumber, and n number of
sii.all frame houses; .The elevator ori
ginally cost &100.000.
the Hines case,
Panama, December 41.-Ministcr
Logan continues to work in behalf of
peace between Peru and Chili. He
has written a long letter to Monteio,
vice-prcifioht of Peru, urging him to
accept tlie Chilian terms o? aee M
Dublin, January a. -Tlie receipts of
the national league sim-u the Jorma-
Um are I Sou touihU; number ,f
bninchwSuO. The application , d"r
be arrears act atlcct HQ.OW hoid,.
If they were all granted it would ui-
volve a payment of M)0,000 ixnuuis be
Paris January S.-Memorials of
Gambetta were placed in his ,.ni
bnnizo 1ne1i.1i in.,.1.... 1... '.'
.. . ---....,. 'itiiiiii: nisi ii
gy with an engmving (representing
the famous -103). several gold and sil-
'(M'i iiH?viiiKiHn, Jt mfHCrfJI,
Dallas, January V-Fnln, Ktv, . , .
.T- Wltlilt.i ..... t ... 1 . .. . & tOtll.tilUll lllIllUSUnilVT A iWltlil nlloisj
iauiaiiito.night, Dunham. Huuklur ir.fi. ;' ' . :IWU " n Vermont I -f- Atklns-I do not yield ftirt her ion isili., i, ,- "'"""' opln-
& Co. of Noworlc, $,; P. .1. l tfs if?1 Jns Uvani K" mi frightfully i to employ platitudes to tlie gen len n ' he v ,5 w.i w,Xh U,at f
'"., Gayeston, u Ww Miixy ! i , !l ' P'ongers took pity on him, I trom New' York. laughter j , e rcnul Z i,v 0a:elc, that
lent Co. Cliiolnuatl.XW. ",J";rt,J10,Kaw"",urliik out'ninnwl that the gentleman . Hho ultl "nlwl1 Ts i T U belt)H
m the Culted Slntw t'onrC today i , V, ' Sv ' asU-. "ni- "l bet-' stand In his place and it . o 3 ! rft of UnmlSiV'?.0f "r ' "'
'V'-'m.II?' .f (. 1,I,",1V,' wnt Sli l' K,VlV "' ,l0" said ; nrralgnmems as lie has made of ," or ter s a ,Vnt i ii,n l,r,l,,,'lK' mp-
el nm Judgment agidust (. SIIh",'M ,,n .tt,',,1 , " Whul ailed ! con.inlttcas on ajipropriatlons of the i ' 'CaI ,oss-
IW,,',0A,J ." pIk merchant J ", "'V .WJ'V" "Ailed me"' "Yes, I torty-slxth CopgrtU of whleh
11?.' Wmth'xUlomlW att'S Groan? 'o himself waV a en. AV T
01 , " te11?'"1 ' !! I wiw sImr-Ut when this Is the fir"t , W rPmnend Carter's Iron Pills
J ulge McCoriniek of the Cnlted "fL ,'lu biennis man will never ' notion he lias ever given to tho coun- ,0 xyLV wo",rt" wlm Is weak i icrU !
d avh, tSlmxtn ft ,k'",sl" r lip or wht w Wlwh ortlant ' try that he entertains Mich an opinion "l','1 ? un.ged ; paiticuhirlv t Ce
f WZl .,oln"iViXWorUh,sw. A UmlKorh'y-M(oniW. as he has had tho hardihood to 0X ! 'V,'i. "V0 th!"' l"do Hps, cold h-mis
Miii-slm! M..I?.... I '.'. ."'""" nil) IH'IH'I ,- OXC l.'llni.wl iKr. t i.' ' ...""- ." """ 'i Hl'i iililM, rt.... 'i.. ."-....."" eax., iur
" tmarcHiwM - wiui- his rna ,rL.a Avte ;: aprK1. vs1
.. ....... v,i ..... l- .1 II i;olllltV..Iin!i. Wt, .V ""uimiuK nwi'fln
fit. Louis, January fl. A I'axf dis
patch special from Jeflerson City savs
the legislature met at now to day. ' A
lempouiry orcauization of the house
wasefrected by making Howard J'ar
ker of Lincoln, temporary chairman,
Both houses then adjourned till to
morrow. A "caucus will be llc,i
tills evening to select perma
nent olficers. 'Dr. Jos. A. iWooks,
president of the Mi-ourl iirohibition
alliance called a meeting of the execu
tive committee or that body to bo held
next Tuesday, when action will be
agreed upon looking to a submission
ot prohibition. The contest for the
speakership is becoming very active
iiaii'oni, uonn., January 3. The
legislature organized witli Chas Hub
ert Cort, president pro tern of the sen
ate, and elected Chus. JI. Pine speaker
of the house. In tho senate resolu
tions wore passed validating all bill
ots returned as cast at the hist elec
tion lor any officers In the house.
Ibis resolution Mas tabled. Governor
Waller in a message referring to nu
tionalpolltie.ssaid.notror.iquarteroia century have the people ha 1 cause to
if ' , -Kiaiion as now.
Jt0.rTc!),u,m,:m1'' 'o passing , (,f i,UTO
faclhtatfng the act of voting ,nl ro
v d ng that no contribution's of mo ie
siiall be made l,v .n,.
filltluto for ofil.ee for elec
tion purposes, and that before ta k -o
?l.ii P"',er60"s. ('!'tl shall make
oath fhcyPdve not violated thNstatute.
Aumista, Maine, January .1. The
leitlsla turo met toda. Tjm). 'L. Cutter
lh" houTe ' lUyW bpeaker oi'
lloaton; Mass., January J). The
V VllLTIIlllllfl ll- lilt. .,..... ,.. ..
Crocker, Kcpuhliean, predwil of tie
senate and I5,iward McLaugn 1 in
DcnoeRit. speaker of the fioufte
McLaiiL' i in hns i,r.., i..i l01?1'
ii i no
&uir louiu case i. naKilletli
have tho verdict of thojury'
ti-i.u lonmuiy entered oni
oi uie court. Jie Mauted J
vieiKn iwmi, particular!
ui-eiuiuigiiKU J.-CCK was not if
Mr. Merrick read frordJ
report to show the jury tiadfl
any verdict as to Ptck. ,1
Mr. Chandler restated tiJ
oi iiisiuouon aim commend
on the course of the prosectr
Judge Wylie said this w
traordinary talk. It was Y
recognized as beloiiclnff
court to send back tile jury 1
shier a verdict if the court V
Mr. Chandler did not dem!
saui me jury wils not $enti
did not amend its verdlet.1
The iudire said the pmntK
the mutter nerlectlv anil nJ
,.., i... ..... .... .".,. :.
owm; niv lueia as 10 llie act)
jury relative to Peck and L
action on the same.
Mr. Chandler attempted
Judge I insist that tho
not interrunt the court. I
low it. I will not bo talked
Mr. Smith resumed ids mJ
behalf of Dickson In the'Sol
ij.c saiu Jlowor's testiniont
conclusively that HAl
Jiiewster swore falseli
tney said Dickson M
an introduction to Mr. C'aiJ
aviis proceeding to attack h
character when the court sili
"I cannot regard Mr. Mm
mony tus very comnutent.'I
as so shaky itumouuU to rid
.ur. tnaiKtier Have I not
Judge ins have not the
l aito your seat, sir. Tlie mi
see tlie gentleman takes his"
court will neither be talked
he browbeaten by ami
Chandlcrj: Now, sir, $
unueisiiimi your posiu;
mine too. l mv tl
no verdict rendered in rcgarij
i uu veruici mat was reuncwi
corueii, salil noth nu- n i
him. There is, therefore, fi
tho couit to nass mum. T li
counsel should have forced tl
take apparently a harsh cotirj
um court nas ileenied to w
out we must havt oiderhwcj
I he counsel made a siel
)lanatory wav. not in thousJ
of addre-sing the court ondfl
niw. vnen tne court j
make its decision, the cou
rupted the court, and agaii
the assertion, wliich was w:
by all tho facts unpublished
port, when tho court said:
assert and protect the audio
court, l overrule the niotic
Chandler will take pecepti
Durimr the ooiiro of L'
Smith charged that "the K'M
Cameron, stole out of tho '
unheard, of for weeks." I
Cameron, Hoover and Jlow
the attorney genonil had be
tun of three bad designii
men. no respected tlie li!
the attorney general, but
oil his thieves, his dogs,
might change their mliiis
tne present incumbent
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