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FORT WORTH. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY,' JAWAKYJ3riSS!J."
bay and a Poeling of Eaimony
ant Return of Mr. Ooke to tlio
United States Senate
Imons Voto Given Him in Both
Lis and Independents Strike
;ands with the Domocrats.
th East, South and West Porm a
on not Impedod by tho Speaking
P Tjlllrt TnlvH4nnil n . 1 i-'nmt
ler 01 Dlua iuwuuuuou uuu .uai-
Iticsof an Asylum Being Located
at Tort Worth.
U Sows Notes and Pointers on
fx, January U.I. The Hcnnto
fining From the elllzwns or
unty, 'asking that the public
onus From tho citizens of
imtl Shackelford counties.
that tho asylum lands in tho
bo placed on the maiKet.
lies jMOinoriai iroiii 1110 noire
loncs. aHliinir tlio location or
ccof unlocatcd lauds.
rrell Memorial of Mis. M. C.
n, asking tho payment of cer-
Fleming To set npurt and
eaurucs 01 lima ncretoiore
for the benefit of unorganized
which have notrecolYcd their
may locate four leagues
Fleming To form 3 Toward
hell counties into separate
Pfeufer uchning 1110
heriH'd who are tax collectors
rtliiL' for their removal; also to
hurills and tax collectors from
taxes until tney nave re-
eircoinmifcslons from the sec-
state: also making it an
r any person to follow an oc-
wUliout iiM tailing a license.
ir. stratum Authorizing
Gordon to sue the state.
. Getzaudauer To provide
r out public roads in tinor-
GooehProvlding for a lease
school lands for a
to exceed ten yeais at not less
c cents per acre mm prpviu
hnbercd land lie not leased.
Matlock Authorizing J. P.
ring suit In the district court
county, for furniture sup
state. tr. Martin Requiring the
lid oftlcors of all insurance
s in this state to accept the
If any civil process for and in
Farrar Fixing the time of
the district courts in the
th judicial district as follows:
county, first Monday in
and September: Navarro,
day in Mareli and October:
id, iln.t Monday in May and
Klelberg Providing that
(-hall have all the powers of
Lew; also to provide lor the
mtexpensesol tlio quurternms-
Perry Providing that all
except ministers, between the
weiity-ono and forty in tho
ill work the public roads for
Collin was added to the
on counties and county
Jones wn added (o tho
keon internal improvements.
I.Uuchanau Joint resolution
lug the cities and towns In
districts and school coinmun-
jlevy a special .school tax in
10 me ppo ram tree scnooi
lived from tho fctatc. Ordered
Houston That tho HenatoJ
tinted States senator at
r. Houston ViiitMultmr tlio
he enate. Referred.
r. Collin -That thirty-one
(lie mil'-, nt' 1 110 urmnm lii
d for tho u& of senators.
II repealing tho act defining
's.Hi tli( state, and nret-cribiiur
a and iKiwis. and tho hill
Bfc'U)r tin-hsuaneo of niiiuita-
hijunctious, were culled up
over to Tuesday.
Ilutely after tho morning call,
t amend tho rovlsed civil
requiring that suits for lands
ate he brought within twonty-
after descent or tho begin-
n(vurne possession, without
"to tlin detense of coveture
T, with the unfavorable imi-
I'ortsand favorable minoritv
uiiendlnir by Htrlklm out
Hound iiihertint' twenty-ilvo
called tij). The minority
iw substituted for tho ma-
Olltnn lw.v..il Mm llilunmuiwl.
"11 not apply o penoiis of un-
'"iiiu or i. persons in prison.
1 and the bill engrossed.
"eviuunn granting a leave
"w' to 1 i rlntn eniititv tinlfP
utmiuttf. substitute providing
"i "uuiiussionera be auinor
Braiit leave of absence not to
riety days, was called up.
,?.'Wtou moved to amend
.r'Khig ol,t ninety mid
thirty days. Lost,
and the resolution engrossed.
Tho bill making 11 an oilence to dis
turb a bumlay-fiehool or other relig
ious assembly, and fixing the penalty
for the same was engrossed.
The hour having arrived for election
of United States seuator, Mr. Terrell
took the Hour and ald: Mr. Presi
dentWhen in the late canvass I wan
requested to wince mvself
Us to my vote for United States sen
ator, I declined todosoand announced
that I nould pledge myself to volt for
no one as the price of my election, but
would leave the pcoplo until the lust
hour to make reform or chaugo
their preference, r now know the
preference of those who sent 1110 here,
and it so thoroughly accords with my
wishes that I cheerfully nominate
J Ion. Richard Coke. Though Texas
has men who could ably represent her
In the senate, it Is safe to assert
that there Is no one who could
have discharged that high
trust in the part. with
more zeal, fidelity nod patriotism than
he whose term of service will soon ex
pire. Of the interest of the coast, the
frontier and laboring masses, who nave
to bear the burthens of state, ho
has been alike mindful, lie is no
new man. For thirty years lie has
been identified with Texas. She has
more than once honored him and in
return ho has served her well. Hut
sir, to zeal and patriotism ho adds
that virtue of rightly understanding
and boldly proclaiming the
limitations of (ho written
constitution. A Jcflersonian Demo
crat of the strictest type, ho has nlwnyit
opposed the tendency to centralization
of power as a thing as pernicious In
politics as nationalism m religion,
but if I was called on to mention
the one thing which above all others
entitles him to confidence, I would
mention his opposition to tho pro
tective tariff, which, in its operations,
pours tlio earnings of the toiling
millions of this land into the pockets
of those ayIio own its forges and
looms. In congress and on our bioad
prairies his Toice has been heard de
nouncing this great wrong, lie saw
with prophetic ken that even from the
ashes after humiliation and defeat the
South would yet strike hands with
her brethren of the great West on
this question, and administer this, the
government of the people, for the
benefit of th whole people,
and not for the hampered
industries owned by the few. Sir I
nominate Hiuhnrd Coke as the proper
man to succeed himself.
Mr. Pope seconded the nomination
in a few remarks, paying a glowing
tribute to tho distinguished abilities
and lofty patriotism of Mr. Coke. A
call l'tlic roll resulted in his unani
The house met at 10 o'clock with a
rirriTioNs and memorials.
Py Mr. Arinistad From the citi
zens of Marion asking that the com
pensation of nssctfsora and collectors
By Mr. Hazlewood From the bar
of Delta relative to a division of the
labor and fees- between county and
jii m.s itr,Ki:ititi:n.
By Mr. Swan To amend tho law
legulaling the matter of occupation
By Mr. Pardons Regulating the
manner of how the severance of njoint
fence may be effected.
By Mr. Tilson To regulate the
By Mr. Acker To require tho su
premo and appellato courts to decide
cases in the order of rimo submitted.
By Mr. Lindsey To provide for the
triplicate letutns of poll and tally lists
by election managers.
By Mr. Woods Forthe maintenance
of lu initios by county commissioners
when ever denied admission to
By Mr. Burns To transfer the in
dictments of certain grades to justices'
courts in precincts whore tho offense
By Mr. Foster of Limestone To re
peal tho law creating the office of pub
By Mr. Merriweather To appro
priate ?!i,500 for tlio erection of suita
ble monuments to Fannin and his
men at O'oliad and to Captain King
and his men at Kefnglo.
B-Mr. Chambers of Tarrant (By
request) To regulate the practice of
By Mr. Finch Authorizing jubilees
of the peace to enter a forfeiture of bail
bonds 111 cases in their courts.
By Mr. Camp Amending the fish
and game law.
By Mr. Nash To go into the elec
tion of United States -euator at V2
By Mr. Stngiier Inviting Hon. J.
V. Hutohiits to a seat in the house.
jiwoKis or rosiMiTrinw.
By Mr. Acker For judiciary 1 um
ber one Favorably, the bill amending
the civil statutes, so as to subject mar
ried women to the statuteoflimit4Uions;
favorably the bill authorizing married
women to sue alone for the recovery of
their separate property. The com
mittee ask that these bills bo consid
ered with referenco to each other; fa
vorable, the bill repealing what is
known as the iaiu!ainus law. A
minority report signed by Messrs.
Arinistad und King wis pre
sented; ' favorably to repeal
the law requiring railroad trains to
stop at statu Jlntv. with 11 minority re
port; adversely house bill number
ninety-nine relative to the fraudulent
disposal of mortgaged propetty. Ad
versely the bill repealing the law re
quiring a privy examination and
separate acknowledgment of married
women to iiutrtimonts of convey
ance: adversely tho bill proscrib
ing the punishment ror a
violation of contract by domestics; au
veraoly the bill to amend the penal
code so as to make the penalty fur dis
posal of mortgaged property apply to
tlio disposing of property upon which
therolsa valid legal leln, whether
gald Join bo by contract or by law.
Mr. Hill, for judiciary No. i Favor
ably tho bill to provide for forfeiting
the ball bonds taken by examining
YOL. 7, KO. a 8,
courts; a minority report was pre-1 and dnrkened and the storm beat
semen, eavorauiy me mil to punish ' wildest rtgalnst tho riven sails of the
for wilfully burning any woodland or , ship, almost stranded on the
limine; lavorauiy me bill increasing 1 relentless nicks, by some lit
uiupuyior leewiug prisoners;
bly the bill to nllow fee for county at
torneys lu lunacy casesj advor&ely the
bill to punish hunting with a gnu on
Sunday; adversely the bill requiring
the. votes of county commissioners to
bo recorded by ayes and nays.
Mr. Nash for the committee on
.state aft'alnri Favorably on the bill for
tho payment of witnesses fees in crim
inal eases: favorably the bill authoriz
ing counties to icsue bonds to build the
court houses and jails; adversely the
bill to amend the law regarding tlio
.mode audmanuer of paying petit ju
rors. Mr. Upton for the committee on
finance That tho petition of Mrs. S.
L. C0I6 for pension bo referred to the
committee on Mate affairs.
Mr. McKinney,' for tho committee
011 education Unfavorably on the bill
prohibiting the sale of liquor near
Campbell High School in Cameron
county, on the ground that It is 1111
constitUiional. A minority report was tiled.
Mr. l'rymier, for the contingent ex
penses committee Ueportedsundry ac
Mr. Wurzbach for the land commit
tee Fnvoiiibly with an amendment to
the bill withdrawing from sale the
university, asylum and school lands.
The committee added tho emergency
Mr. Oftrrlson for tho penitentiary
committee Favorably a concurrent
resolution for the committee to visit
and Inspect the condition of the pen
itentiaries with an amendment In
cluding convict camps when practica
ble. Mr. Douglas, for tho committee on
county boundaries Favorable tho bill
for the creation of tho now county of
Upton. A minority report by Mr.
Rogers of Nueces was presented,
The senate bill to dispense with a
county attorney in counties wlmre
there are resident criminal district at
torneys was read the third time and
The bill providing for vorlllcd an.v
wers in civil cases passed. Ifous-o bill)
No. 24, regulating the !':cs of county 1
attorneys, passccl. The only change I
in the old law is granting county at
tornevs fifteen dollars in examining
The recommendation of the commit-
tee on rule for a change In rule 51,
making a business quorum satisfy the
snirtltloll nil eviw wore liirmul In
Richard Ooke. Io assumed the reins
of government and (bund the war
rants of the state at n flight premium
above her waste paper and her bonds
begging upon Wall strct. Through
wisdom ol measures adopted during
his administration, oppressive taxation
has disappeared, the credit of Texas
has raised above that of any state
or nation and the peerless sovereignty
of all tho world. Great applause.
Richard Coke Is the peoplo'a great
tribune, and I appeal to the peoplo'u
j'epiOMontntlves to do it great thing
this day in making his election to the
senate utianlmnu. Applause.
There should be ho politics, lu
this house. Let 113 discard poll tidal
memories for the hour, and meet llko
Toxaus should, tho demands of the
occasion. May wu not to-day plant
green flowers on the grave of political
pa-sioti, and looking back at our con
tests for place and power, declare that
"no hate, but glory made these,
chiofs contend, ami each
brave foe in his heart a
friend." Lot us east a solid voto for
Coke. fUreat applause.
Mr. Wurzbach said west Texas
would join hands with east and second
the nomination of Coke.
M r. Cochran said north Texas would
Join with oast and west for Coke's re
election. Mr. Denis said the smith would Join
with tho notth, cast and west and sec
ond its nomination.
Mr. Brown s.iid he pould second the
nomination In tho name of every man,
woman and child In Johnson county.
Mr. Rosenthal said, as a man who
had never voted for any but a Repub
lican, ho would .ccoud the nomination
of Coke. Applause.
Messrs. Umves of Urayson. Uitraut
of Leon. Townsend of Col
orado, Tucker of Anderson,
Beuavides of Webb, Jackson,
Independent, of Smith, MwOarliy of
(ionales ami Chambers of Collin, sec
ouded (ho nomination ln appropriate
speeches. Tho roll was called and
every member present arose and voted
for Coke, making the election unani
mous. The absentees were Abbott,
Cofihian, Cuudifl, Flshor, Johnson,
Adjourned until 10 to-morrow.
The absent members who did not
vote for Coke are all Democrats, ami
would have cast their ballot fur him If
present. Three of the seven were ab-
demand of a call of the house and '. ent from the oily, and the others ex-
Rondei-oil by Uazotta Correspondents
Throughout the StatOt
Encouraging Eopbrt Prom tho Self En
Death of a Well Known Traveling Sales
man at l)ecatur.
Death of a Colored Woman Prom Being
-1 - r .
Dautago Suit Endod The Oold-Aoid
one hundred und elghfy-throe woro in
favor Of the tax mid tihly four mralnst
it. I his Insures public schools be
nhy doubt during U10 present
r j f?iMwtrawBIBii Jt
V& '- ' ' f
-' . v";
Vlltd blOW ft'lllirrtmiun
enriic .doftiriB tiM-niriUt
rsoll was efcaof (lie .
making twenty members necessary to
raise a call instead of fifteen as now,
was called up. Mr. Wurzbach dif
fered with the committee and held
that every member has a constitu
tional right to demand a full vote
on any question. Mr. Hill
opposed tho change and said
that making tho number necessary to
raise 11 call, twenty, looked as If tho
object was to prevent any call at all.
Ho cited the fact that congress with
nearly three times as many members
only required fifteen for a call. Tlio
effect of this change would be
to deny the right of tho house
to compel the attendance of members
who desired to dodge responslblity for
their voles. He believed in fond ng
them up and making them "faco the
Mr. Taylor, chairniail of the com
mittee, made a lengthy speech in sun
part of the coninilttco'.s report. lie
said the object of all rules was to facil
itate legislation, and anything tend
ing to that should bo utilized. As tho
rule was now, a minority can obit met
legislation, by preventing the majori
ty from doing that which the law
contemplated it should, and alluded
incidentally to a case in the Sixteenth
Legislature, where a member was un
successfully searched for several days.
Ho thought if a member dodges a
question, It Is n mutter between him
and his constituents.
Mr. Moorsuud said that under tho
proposed change a minority could do
much harm. For instance, seventy
one members makoa quorum. Thirty
six of these could pa-s a bill, which
would bo a minority or the one hun
dred and six members, ami hence It
would be minority legislation.
Mr. Nash said if this change oc
curred it would bo Impossible for a
slnglo constitutional amendment to be
passed. All absentees count against
tlio pending question, and it woald
require every single member of the
oiioruin pretent to pass a joint i evolu
tion. Mr. Hill moved to amend by placing
the mouiber who can move a call,
back to fifteen. Accepted bj the com
mittee. Mr. Tavlor in a rejoinder to .Mr.
Nash said that if members were inter
ested in the.o constitutional resolu
tions they would be pre-ent.
Mr, Nash How would they kno'w
the question was to 001110 up ?
Mr. Taylor It is their business to
The aves a
tlio committee report defeated. Ay
an, nays 73.
The recommendations df the com
niitteo lelativo to a change jib to Jour
nals requiring the number of the
to be Inserted and for printing
rules were adopted,
KMZCTHIN OF SH.VATOU.
The hour of 12 o'oiock having
rived, tho constitutional time for
election of United States senator
the term beiriiinln March Ith, ISSIJ,
the sneaker announced that nomlnu-1
cused on account of lllne.su. it
lias been iomarked to-day
that this Is the first time
on record where a man received a
unanimous vote for United Slate
senator, but this Is a mistake. Ouu
other bcuutorfiom Texas, Mr. Hemp
hill, who was elected lu ante-bellum
times, is the one exception. The In
dependents in tlio house first thought
of giving 11 complimentary voto to
Wash.Jouo.5. This was dropped, anil
the friends of ex-Marshal
S. II. Rukell endeavored to secure a
I couiplliifbul for him, but this for 501110
reason tell through. There are twelve
Independents and tlve Republicans lu
the house, all of whom voted for Mr.
A joint .se-slon of the committees on
the asylum, of each house, was held
last night, with Mr. Frymlor in the
chair. From the expressions of tho
committeo, it is evident a radical
chaugo has taken pl.-.co in
tho view of the members
upon the asylum question. At tliu
last Hcssldn It was with the greatest
diillculty any appropriation at all
could be obtained and now members
go to othor extremes, some favoring as
much as $500,000 for an Insane asylum.
Tiro sub-coinnilltee named by the
joint committee have about
agreed and will recommend
an appropriation or S!M)0,OUO for a
branch insane asylum in north Texas,
of about $80,000 lor a temporary bulld-
SjH'uiulto thn tillKI'ttO.
Meridian, Texas, January 3.-lu
the damage suit concluded to-day In
the district court In tho ease of Green
lea vs. the Gulf, Colorado and Santa
Fo Railroad, a verdict was rendered In
faVorortheplalntllt for fifteen thous
Spreiul to Ilka QitKntlr.
Denisou, Grayton county, January
i!3. A peddUr wan on our KtreeU to
day selling an add to be used In mak
ing matches, A boy about ten years
old purchased a vial of It, and shortly
after broke tho vial In his pockei,
burning himself horribly.
Barlow it WUsoh'h minstrels are at
tlio opera house to-ulght.
fj.l'lllt tll t Ulttlr.
Tyler, Smith county, January 2a.
The negro woman mentioned lit tho
sprcial of yesterday as being m se
verely burned on Sunday morning,
tiled last night froln the elfects of her
S. II. Chambers' stock of dry goods
and gioeerles were attached yesterday
by Leon it II. Blum of Galveston.
Liabilities not known.
Hjioaltil to tlm Ouviilti.
Gatesvillo, January 5X1. The recant
cold snap and snow were very severe
lu this section. Considerable damage
to stock Is being reported here. Mr.
. W. Cox, this county, lost eighty
head of sheep, and J. M. Raggett one
hum I red and seven t.v-llve. Roth
Hock were provided with good shelter,
hut the sheep piled up and trampled
tho weaker ones to dealh. Other
smaller loses not definitely reported.
Weather lovely now and bunliU'ss
j yiop)nlt UvliOoFKHto.
, Lougvlow, Gregg county, January
-Ei.At tho senil-irnnual meeting of
the Mfitnal Solf-Kndowuteut Aoclu
flon.ofthlsnlace, the following com
mittee wns present to audit the ac
counts: GeonjeA.Cago.Mliicola; B.
F. Ludwlir of Huntsvllle, Alabama;
O. A. Wilkoni, M, D. of Donlaou,
J. 11. 0111lg, 11. Henderson, medical
director, Dr. J. T. Felld, from'
Fort Worth, Cnjitnlu S. Cunditf, presi
dent! who la also our representative to
the state legislature and it largo num
ber of district managers were present.
They anticipate large ticccslons In the ,
future. 15. May, secretary, furnishes"
the following, which will bo read
with great Intercut by
over 8,000 members In this
and other Mutes. Tho eoiniultlco re
port everything in good Miapo with a
very Haltering outlook for this associa
tion. Over forty-two thousand dollars
In benefits have been paid tho last alx
months. This assoolat Ion lias attained
the more success than anything of Its
kind ever started. District manager,
Ogllloiv Walker gave a splendid oyster
and champagne supper to tho ofiluurw
At a cocking main to-day betwoou
JonesvlIIe and Lang the formor came
out victorious four to one.
Itsryuody Kot tired. No-
jetanynmiy tattilk with
fhst r little. "SeoUaittmn.
ivollhs jtfirftijth jAnkrle
5, learueii wno liijrwaoU
ScklOd hhn theniuijHIire.
JJUSl 111 till) JUllUD,RtUt III
minutes everybody In tho
around and lIftmed.to
two hours, and tlin imu.
led "so pleased and onter
iiey fArgot all nttnut Ihe 11
Finger 1 a very quiet
generally, has a pllo of
its alotur with hlin. niut'
pxuniliiltig tlicin. Secret '
Jiiiysen i.u great nowspa
tho caw, aiul always jvulflT
f Joseph Jeffersonr' ,lef
Mnavkably quiet traveler,
sleuei;, but tiilksvery lit
is n Very cnUuishwtlij
Irea,overylUtle thing In
pretty scenery along the
ing for use here, until the branch
asylum can be finished; that tho ap
pointment of otficlals of different
asylums bo taken from the
governor and placed in the hands of
the board 01 asylum managers
consisting of sixty-two, to be elected
every two years and hold office six. It
is known lliat Governor I inland favors
this change. A large majority of the
joint committee favor Koit Worth as
the location and from the piesent ap
pearance '.hat place will get It.
The committee on roads have agreed
to report a bill requiring five days'
work on tho mads in each year instead
of ten, as now. The committee are
much divided 011 the proper ages,
Home desiring to put It at sixteen and
sixty, while other are more conserva
tive. Colonel Chciiowlth was pre.eiited
with a fino cane tills morning by his
coiibflluents sent by epre-s as 11 token
of their npproelation.of his services as
The laud committee of the house
ud nays were ordered and had a long twnloii to-day. Tho wmse
5es report defeated. Aye 1 of the- committee was taken on tho
qucMion 01 niuing or soiling me
school lands and a majority fa'vor tho
latter, but arrived at no conclusion as
to the beiil method lor elli'ctlng the
) Tin: iiAi.tt.
Tho Inaugural ball is n grand mic-
t cess. At this hour tho capltoj Is
j crowded and all are enjoying the
Rons for that oillce were in order. Col. : The comptroller to-day signed tho
J. (J, Chenoweth arose, and in a most j Weathorford city Improvement bonds,
eloquent men tier spoko as follows: ; but refused to sign tlio Tyler water
Mr. opeaicer, 1 nave 1110 minor w 1 wons- oonos, on uiu groomis mat no
nluee In nomination for re-election
to tlio senate of the United States, the .
Hon. Richard Coke. (Applause.! No1
man stands ntaier the hearts of Texnns j
than lie. Ill3 public record Is a part
of the history of Texas disenthrall-,
nient. Time files on such rapid wings I
that wo too ouoii arc unniiuuiui
of great events which idiou.d
h,. xtdmncd on cur hearts In
perpetual memory. When Texas was ering oyer w,uw ncrcMoi senoui lamio.
torn by political dlasentions, burdened He also received applications for mil
with ebt and the peoplo taxed to op- verity lands from companies In the
presalon, when the clouds, lowered ' north.
provision is made for their payment
1 no renoris 01 1110 'oinotroiier. ire a
urcr, adjutant-gciicrai tuid penltcn-j
tiary hoard, up to .January, have not
been received from the printer and ig
delaying business, causing much eotn-nlalnt.
The Union Serial Club
filed a charter to-day.
The treasurer issued
HpiM'ltil to tliOuy.itt.
Laredo, January SKI. Important
changes have been made In Mexican
National Railroad circles. Colonel S.
T. Fuller has resigned the position of,
chief engineer and geii'-ral Hiiperiu
tondcnl of the Northern division and
Assistant Umilncer 15, A. llaiidv un
pointed tq jljj the vacancy of chief en
gineer, and U. A7,TjosUiSi)jwliitcd'
superintendent. 01 1110 noi'inem til vis
Ion, and will tike charge of tho trans
portation depi, rimenf, assuming alt
1 ho business from Corpus Chrlml to
Montciey, which Includes all I ho
lighterage business and properly con
nected therewith at Corpus Chrltitl
ami Aransas Pass.
Scrhiui Vail ItMtcr for (iiiiiiiiii A
Mlimlum 1 oel-.AimipMiiimU"
KpiuiUil ti, tl Cluriittv.
Galveston, January SKJ. -Marlln Ber-V
mnrd, a Hollalnlor, thirty years old,
while uhloadlug salt at the east levee,
slipped and was knocked from Ihw
t rest ling, falling thhty feet and huh
tainlng severe injuries. He was re- ,
moved to the hospital for treatment.
The subscription for lellel tor the
suflbrcrs bv tho ovcrllow in Genuany
has reached 51,7.10.80.
M'llu Rhea's coiublnallnu which
was detained by an accident on tho
Louisville and Nashville Railway,
airlvcd to-ilavy and played to-night to
an Immense, audience, who went wild
over the superb acting of ihcHtar.
Tho uiluaturo steamship J. W. Wil
son, from New York, seven loin
1. 1 A... Ml,...
iin'iiruiieiliuiu. itniiim iwi ii.n,iii,
whore It Will bo Uod for light lowing
purposes, put in hero to-day for sup-"
pllfM. The llttlo star him been two
months lu making I ills port front jN'uw
Alderman Colter made a bridal as
sault upon Mr. Sowoll, mi old gentle
man, to-day, using hlin Up pretty
Tluti-toaiiishlp Whitney, after tak
ing on 500 bales of cotton, and a
number of passengers, sailed for Vera
Cruz at U::t0 last night,
To-night Mr. Griillii, a young man
employed in the yards of the Gulf,
Colorado and Santa Fo road, while
sitting in 11 chair at the boarding-
JshotiMiof Mn. J;llabeth .Rauh,Nw;
1:21 jMeciiiuvUHiircti reading. 11 paper;
wnMHinlfU'TilyHtileken with hqiut,dUK'r
case and droppOiliout of id chair oii
the floor dead.
ices uvor.vililiti. liu'a a
rami liberal vltn the jMr-
Lllic6li Is a business
dtitej a good deal of work
reads more newsna-
inatl lever saw. Ho'
otu his father In this re-
thcr used to sit as nulet
Jth Ids arms foldudvand
e window nearly all the'
iKiit Is it very nervous
its mustache, nnu pinya
h ehalu half the time.
p'd again he pulls out Ids
)k at the tlino, us If ho
reii u inury aio never
uUuicos oh tho trldn, and
, atro Mrs. Kale ChftSO
her two children, were
rry Jlolinbiitwas In the
Iw. Sprague, though n
ten, Is still a hitignlllccnt
ivalksllkoa mieen. Well.
Jo hef kept staring at her,
any aunoyeu nrjr. uei,
ehnlr was at the other
I bcelngtliW,atiil knowiug
aked tho uian to change
5f" r 1
Ejlifi'lnl to thoOuxuttt,
Sau Antonio, Bexar county, Janu
ary 23. County Judge Mason hits
written tho Texas legislature com
plaining of the hardships of tlio stat
utes In articles 270, 1002, 107:i and -I,
and recommend that 770 bo amended,
fixing the amount payable by oilier
counties for their prisoner:, lu Bexar
county Jail, be fixed at "5 cents' per
day, the sheriff to have no pay until
he collects the amount.
There being a suspicion that Major
Coolbough was poisoned, a post mor
tem examination was had, when it
was found he died from acute pneu
Hi,iil to the Ouzrlii'.
Decatur, January SKI, Mr. W. G.
Bowles, traveling salesman for the
Nolan Prleo Ilardwaro Company of
Dallas, Texas, died at Bridgeport, in
this county, this morning, of brain
fever, after an illneeri of three1 days,
Ills grief htricken wife ar
rived here in response to
a message of his critical
condition, but too late to administer
tho last mid rites of a wife. His re
mains were brought to Decatur Ibis
afternoon, nud will bo prepared for In
terment mid conveyed to Dallas to a
last resting placo. The deceased was
welj known and highly esteemed here.
His wife isn neleoof Dr. A. B. Mlll
IliiHof this place,
rijlroiul to tlm CJliy.Ut.1.
151 l'aso, January Sit. Tho lurgu
grocery and dry goods More of 1),
Schuster t Co., In Chihuahua, who
have a similar business here, was
robbed, Monday night, by ono of their
clciks named Appel of two thousand
dollars in Mexican money and a lot of
Mr. J. J. Miller was robbed on the
streets in Chihuahua, at 0 o'clock, of u
gold watch and ihain worth four
hundred dollars and two hundred ami
Hovei'ty-flve dollars in mouev.
A mulatto was married to a Mexican
woman in the same city last night.
Her countrymen became, indignant
and ordered him to leave the place,
when ho drown knife and killed" 0110
of tho men.
Light robberies were reported there
of GalveMonilasl night up to ten o'clock. A ear-
1 111 vui or crime nas yjucj that city,
receipt coy-l An election was held In 151 Vhm to
day to decide the question of levying
a tax of one-half of 0116 percent, for
public schools. Although only about
half of the rote of the city was polled,
H Kit. .....
fr towns lu counties In which (here Is
ho Incorporated city or. town was lost
, Mr.Martln'H amendment was nlso
lost by a vote of 20 nayea to 3 jrw.
.The question wa9 then upon the fluu
Mltuto offered by Mr. Gibbs. Mr.
lerrell offered to wuend by adding to
...v v,t'lpiOUS HI l i-iiwh""-
"Hirouds fjr the dead, provision for
'Mr CftVen tor tho agricultural com-mitfeo-Favorably
on the bill making
Hl.nvy r v ..!- rilll Bt
larKolit'oountlw or subdivision where ,
'.7 z. ' .Ti ....l.n.u.vi In- law; ftavor- 1
ably for a uniform Jytiu of welphU
perbushd, , t k
;nJVafon repeahuS the
on tho charge w ihumv. - - , .
ing wn itbo- reply, which tplalna
Itself: "Im not apprised of tho
facts conudcted with this affair.
Jihvp no ubjcctioii sUi llntcnlng to n tlo
tulled hiatemeut or the iefc, but J
herewith return ytwr Bituiii(MtIpn
becaun Rl tmiehcd In dUrwpoeirnl
luugimu t thin Hte and icople 1
1 it bns onlv been a short mile ini'ioo 1 t.tiH.-V:--- ,
1 n, ... i itrff.ii in iiiiRliiciW aud. the mid we veiituie to say that hundreds of
1 attachment created iwine 'urprJfto HwjU masters are learning cxjtfrhneii;
1 uiiH.uiii-iiv wv . , fiBtwrtuiv 1h trim, flhim
rVttmt lie Mtnlniriii Jlvirfy amUH 'or thm wno m.v hwiwwi r
aflertliu recent ttiwfl f tHfl WHt irf. I llOCks HfU fllldllljf tHlt tlXit Wwi fflil
tK mKSSi lili AfQrVlI t'.j XSS, -?
DinVirunt Sim lr (Juiumrulne tlio (lolil
(Jarson, Nevada, Jantiary 2.'. In
telligence was received hero to-night,
that a hfirrible murder was commit
ted at Gold Mountain, Ksmcriilihi
county, a placo about thirty miles
from Caildceiirca. It is said live men
rode Into flic camp entering the stem,
of a man named Cllderlchaud without
a word of warning began firing lit tho.
proprietor and his assistants, Tho llro
lasted for four or five minutes, results
lug in tlie death of Clldcrlch and bin
clerk and severely wounding another
assistant aud tho dealh of one of tho
robbers, tho latter having tho appear
ance of cow-boys. Tho utoro was ran
sacked by tni) surviving robbttrn
of booly amounting to considerable.
A wounded man crawled 11 distance' of
eight miles and gave the alarm, A
nosM) of men stalled for the ttfcuu( but
liefont they arrived the thirteen sur
viving hcoundiois had been at Sliver
Park Camp, thirty iiillca fiom
Gold .Mountain, whore they
entered another More, kllliuif the pro
prietor una his two clerks, names un
known. There they also got off with
a huge Mini of money and other valua
bles, Tho robbers were well mounted
and 111 mod, That fectjou of country
Is being scoured for them by inon who
will make whorl work of tiieiobbeis If
Han FranelHCoo. January 2)1. Tho
following dlnputcn from Cmjileoarca
putu a dfjferonl face on the robberies
reported from Carson: John C'hatn
witched store lit Silver I Vake, Nevada,1
u tit, attacked on the night of the -'1st,
Inst., by two men named Rockwell
nnd Texas, They tcre reported by In
inate of the-Kture, wh hiistalned 110
Injury, l be robbers, nud wero puiv
sued by ludlaim and killed
the next day at Tulle Canon,
about sixty miles houth
of Silver l'eake. There was no dis
turbance at Gold Mountain us far as
known, Rockwell was a ou of the
notorious J'orter Reekwcll of Utahmid
Texas mid has always had tho repu
tation of being n cow-boy, -
Our Sucre t' Scrvlcti.
Officer Robert Buchanan was 11 pat."
Hcnger on the west bound tralii'lUMl
night on hh way to Tiuuh, TJiure
portoriul auger cimhlti't get from
Robert what ho was going wcot for.
Rob was mum; quite mum on thoKub
Jeet of 1Ih trip, but. seeking cleetVhero '
for Inforination It wus discovered thiit
Bob Is now lu the secret Horvhjo of the
Ti'sa ami Pacific, und goea to look ,
after oifendors who have troubled th'
road. The Ranger robbery and other
matters will dou!3tlesi receive iilw
aMcutlon. ' ' -
m M i,ii$fyjfrt, ' it
.if AiikM ufiMu wiMC him. I imiiuhh
".-."..." :.TTj.. tiTtnu uuiJVUUHl
vfTfrtti nmTmr tmitn&wm
IIHWO"rVffSr -. ww -
ilni, whli'li (lie mini did
jud Bcccher always pat
it el ear freely. Governor
easy tnivuler, and Ctm
lr Is a very funny, phllo
!cr. Ho pnllft his big,
hat way down over hit
i-ttlmven fuce ami 0C3 to
tir nsuall? travels Inn
ifwo or' three vci'iM two
I I5iistern foreign mi tho
high tor tuo tunnt'i at
i tlie Alleglienles, and
Ar roor A'as torn away,
rrenlivrk was, as ho looked
J. roof'imd uddrcfsed tio
loniiia, who thrio Hint
t) jdlllest lady traveler I
Vh full of fun- all the
5 Aiii&tr. -" Clara Lordso
tiiVB lboks tired, antr
vols ill her own special
r Florence and JoluiT.
11 on a trip two years ago
j-avollng alone,- aud of u
loin imminent, eskod Mr.
(didn't hear a queer noise
1 'I'll woo the conductor
'Florence. Ho started to
;ir tho car, and catching
yo, beckoned to hlin.
up and walked to Vlor-.-
i.lamt nt (lie other und
j 1 tho old lady, Villi their
i 1 'John,' idd Florence,
J ijoiuluetor'a coat and cap
I a niwl fit toll that Old
auo of that queer nolo
jctf she heftM tin
j' Raymond tiw tho
tlio cap and coat, and
'erJous coiuitcnanca went
1 lady und wild, lu an oil
Hit ndlsu Ih merely citused
dug nearly worn away.'
dip old .lady, hyoii'ttliu
.lid cmiho un nQcldimty
jihl-Roymondj 'Ult tako
! Hurcttined the old lady,
?stk and kill us all before
), Madam,' wild -Ray-;lve
! (Ungon 111D,'
m' on tho conductor,
jio old lady fur half an
''mil to her and told her
it'tof fcho had been talk
fli"vT: Itaynioud, tho ac-
thoro was nothing lh
lloaxle, but I think hho
iCrowas. Florence and
ko more fun on n'tralu
iplq I know of. I'nink
vuya 11 weii-Miiun uv
u railroading for over
10 and there," said tho
1 know nearly every
soon a I nee him."
, 1 5 HUM CUJ
I 'hat on the
1 ' jecauiped,
a tt he wn
ft l Wl
Utilo 1Iii1iiuiii hi lCma
( Hut lU'iienU.
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fcO, 11. Gregg imtl neeit
nea&eo for robbing the
nail whllua route agent
4uclHo Railroad In tho
t "Gregg left the road
I ' Texan? rtMlgned
b thl city where 110,
the banks 01 ma-
un found that ue
ranee on his life, audi
1110 to the conclusion
' of hlu'dwuMi was a
ijpcix hero printed tho
jlrcgg not lent; after
ltd that hu ww alive,
roft.son for lili rue
had that tiff Ifultwl
rcre on mi uw k, m
iit, an he MlIKWi that
act enteiwUficJir on
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