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Successor to tho Democrat-Advance.
he Bill Granting Pensions to Next-1
can Votorans Passes Both
Houses at Last.
nsldorablo Discussion and Amend
ing on tlio Judiciary Bill
Which is Engrossed.
he Houso Resumes its Work on
Land Bill and Adopts a Few
svcral Important Measures Acted
On Legislative Notes and
eolnl to Out Onrutto.
Austin, March til - Mr. Davis from
c committee on county and county
lindanes reported unruvornbly to
ango tlic boundary of Koekwall
"' .. .
Ir. roopor cancel up tlio houso bin
ilntlng .surveys heretofore made
aling cerium county school lands
1 tlio mil passed.
ho special coninuiteolowhom wn
erred tho bill icgulatlng tho duties
tciograpu com mtiys reported it
kwith n Mibatltuio elminrliiLr Mm
ho suostiU'to to tiie houso mint ros-
tlon, engrossed Inst week, uniend-
tlio constitution relating to th
oof school lands was laid before the
ate una passed. The substitute to
liouso Joint resolution amending
Constitution relative to school tax
taken up and pass d.
icsubstltulo to hottsololnt resolution
ending the constitution llxing tho
of taxation, engrossed Saturday,
taken tipnlid parsed.
House bill granting pensions to
as veterans linseed.
ho judiciary bill pending j ostorduy
ami noioro mo senate.
r. Glbhs ollered to amend bv siiv-
jtistieesof tho peace jurisdiction In
is involving ?2()0. Adopted.
i Ten ell ollered tonmcudbyauthor-
coiiiinlisiouors' courts to piovlde
Bis many justices ol tlio neace as
!r counties may need. Adopted.
Ir. Matlock ollered to amend by
Ingniuyois and loeoidcrs coiicur-
juribdktloii with justices of the
ir. UiOus ollered to amend by giv-
them such criminal Jurisdiction
ItMb legislature may prescribe.
MutincK ollered 10 amend bv in-
llng civil juiisdictlon. Lost.
Ir. Uibbs ollered to amend by nro-
Ing that there may be eight county
tmssioucrs in a county, uosi.
Harris oU'eied to amend bv pio-
iig that a p:u ty in trial in the dls-
couri'-faiiaii navo mo rigniot trial
nry in civil ease, under .such rcg
ons as may be prescribed by the
r. Malloek ollered to amend so as
ovldo for tilling vacancies in flio
k luu iwi lining wii;utivii;a in iiiu 1
of county attorney. Adopted. 1
motion to reconsider the voto con
luting the high courts at Austin
llo-t. Yeas 8, nays 17. The bill
passed to engrossment, and tho
Ito adjourned until 10 o'clock to
Bio bill requiring tho ringing of lo-
fotlvo bells at i)iiblle crossings was
usideicd, tho emergency clause In-
Ldand t lie mil passed.
Ir. Htagner called up the bill obllg-
couuty judges to glvo bond befoie
ring ui)on the discnargo ot meir
.ct. Alter being amended to make
i bond not less than 1,000 nor
o than Vi.000 tho bill passed.
r. coaler ot Urayson called up ine
amending tlio law of assignment
me same was passed, niter oeing
oiled to piako the amendment
ttlcnt to tho Ihml release forty
on the dollar and upon the pay-
it of that amount the debt is
r. Garrison called up the somite
t resolution in. ratification of tho
itentinry lento and It was made
special order lor next -luesuay.
:ie land bill came up as the special
r, ine question lieing on .air.
re's amcndineut providing that
purchaser may at ins option pay
lie principal ui any time, to wide
i numbers or Tarrant ouereu mo
wing amendment: And pro
'1, should tuiyono wish to pay an
ly one-thirtieth and the annual
ret he nuiv do so. and provided
Jier that should any person
liasing said lands wish to
on said lands in less tlmo than ten
after nurchasimr. ho may do so
Whig tho principal mid eight per
iiii'ivuii irom mo uiuu yui
c, until nuiklm? full purchase: mid
'Id the purchaser desire to make
payment lor said land niter leu
and before- twentv ve.irs ho may
paying "tho principal
ki'iii per cent. Interest
1 tiie date of puiehase,
if paid after twenty yearn and be
tne expiration of thirty years he
do so by pavingthopilnclpaland
R'rcenl. intercut theioti from dato
t.t lit' ..l.l.r.1.... n .....1 lM.mIllm1
.herthul a fallute to pay thoanuual
'"HiuniH oi principal suaii noi
K a forfeiture upon actual settlors
'l till' wlinln (.mil tu iliui
e substitute was lost.
f. I'oMer of (Jmyson olleroil
"Hltuto having for its object the
lothat the nrlneinal can be paid
rcposed only in interest-bearing
."g dls ulon euucd after which
Ltlfutf uno lost
' JioiirMiuil oltercd an auicmi
!?JMr. Moore's amendment that
,JttIers after an occupancy of
,ljvarsi!anpav all the principal
,;. Cochrane ollered !
titnto ..... .i.... ot.i ,
'Ijhdii i.i.,.." .... .::...v.,.iiiirvovorhaa tiled on nearly all tho
. i -. irui iiaiii iirii. i ii i.iil i i
lt- -,.. - --. ..,--., .
time, with Interest
111 .11 ' Cl'Jll., HUM
.i1irn...1 .Y .. 4 .....1
payment of the
muler certain conditions. The substi
tute WllS l03t.
Afr. llt-mi'nl.,.. s.ir.....i i- .
Moursut.d's substitute by niokinKi ho
tlmo two years. This was voted
, r. -Moursund'a substitute
V"r. 'u"1 "icuou nine passed.
Section ten was adopted wit
iiii-miiiHiii, us ioiiows: "If upon
the jlrst day of Mnrdi
of any year the interest due remains
unpaid, the custodian of the obligation
I" tho purchaser shall endorso on It
"land forfeited," and tho account kept
with ' the purchaser shall show
such failure to pay and such forfeit
ll.rc. Tho failure to pay tho Interest
shall ipso facto work, a forfeiture and
the entry on tho account shall
bo evidence of tho fact and
there Min.ll be necessity
for judicial ascertainment of the facts
of the forfeiture and ho defaulting
purchaser or those claiming under him
shall be made to avoid the etrect of
such forfeiture at once, by reason of
any statute or law which for coven
1 1 ve infancy or the llko would other
wise give them additional time for
payments or notion except as follows :
Should any purchaser dte the repre
sentative or heirs of the
deceased shall have ono year
within which to pay the Interest due
on the first of March next after such
Section eleven wns stricken out mid
an amendment by Mr. Prymler adopt
ed providing for sending money and
obligations direct to the state treas
urer. Section twelve which provides for
tho sale of land by the purchaser after
the first Payment was slightly amend
ed to make It conform to the balance
of the bill and adopted.
Section thirteen was amended
and adopted as follows:
I'pon payment of all the purchase
.money and interest on notes given for
the land under this act the commis
sioners of tho general land olllee shall
Issue a patent to thepuichnscr or his
assignees or heirs upon payment of the
fees prescribed by law, providing im
patent issued snail not include mote
than 040 acres nor shall It con
tain portions of any two
sections and further that
no patent shall Issue for agricul
tural lands except under proof re
quired by section nine.
Section fourteen was read and sev
eral amendments and substitutes of
fered and defeated. The section was
then adopted as follows: The minerals
on all lands sold or leased under this
act are lcscrved by the state for the
uso of the fund to which thb laud now
The house then adjourned until 8
Tho lcHolutlon providing for tho
ilvo minute rule in debate ciinio up
and after being discussed for nearly an
hour the resolution was lost.
Tho land 1)111 then came up when
Mr. Fiyniler moved that it be lain on
the table subject to call. The motion
was lost by ayes 15, nays 05.
Section fifteen was then read as fol
lows: The said land board shall
cause the timber on the school
land suitable for lumber or shingles to
. "iiiv " ..- w o....." ii
be sold at not lesstban $5 for that on
each acie cash. Not less than 040 acres
shall be included in one sale. Tho
purchaser shnll be required to remove
tho timber sold within a Specified tlmo
not exceeding two years. Jiio noard
shall appoint such agents and make
such regulations relating to tho sale of
said timber as may no necessary
in their judgment to . cllect
the objects herein sought. Land
which has on it timber suitable for
lumber and shingles shall not bo Sold
except to actual settlers and at a price
not less than $5 per acre, under audi
legulatlons ns the board may pre
An amendment by Mr. Hill that
such tcinis shall be made In sales as to
protect the unsold timber on adjacent
tracts was adopted.
Mr. Harry offered an amendment
extending the time for tho removal of
the timber to ten years.
Mr. Hill ollered an amendment
making tho time four years, which
An amendment by Mr. Adams of
Trinity to reduce the minimum price
to!j3 was adopted. The section was
Section sixteen wns rend as follows:
Pasture lnnd or agricultural lands not
timbeied may bo lea-cd In suitable
quantities for stock and ranch pur
poses, for not less thnn four cento per
aero por,nnnuuni, and for periods not
exceeding fen yen re by such agents
and under such regulations as tho
board may prescribe. The regulations
shall provide for competition leases
and shall bo htado In the localities
whero tho land Is Mtuntcd. "Where
there Is an application for both sale
and lease tho sale shall have tho pref
erence. An amendment by Mr. Itoblnson of
Jack to niako the rental price from
two to eight cents per ncie was lost.
An amendment by Mr. Foster
of Limestone to Milko out agricultural
lands wns loqt.
Mr. Frank ollered nil amendment
restricting the amount to bo leased to
four sections, Lost.
Mr. Jtrownlng moved to strikeout
the words "for stock and ranch pur
poses, " pending Wllieu uiu liuuat; .m-
Tho night session of the house a.
continued in consideration of tho bill
providing for a normal schpol at
feahulo Jlell county. After a stormy
debate it was killed at engrossment.
Mr. Kendall lias been before the
'senate committee to-day testifying as
o the dlscovei es inmio as to me
fraudulent dl.-posltjon of school lands.
A petition from citizens or wnecicr
county signed by Itepreacntatlvo
llrnurnliifr. the COUIltV OlSlcials. dls-
trlct judge and others was rend I
the committee. It allege that a
hy the name of Kddlesonsbv fraud
U UCHII U
in imi. mill collision with the county
.,1-p i -. . .. , v
m . . 1 t T.. I., ! j
uiioo1 lands in that county, amount
lug to over two hundred sections. A
sub-eommlttee consisting of Senators
FORT WOHTH. TEXAS.
lUiehanhn, Chesley ntid Farrar, was
appointed to mnko further Investiga
tions. If the committee shall llnall
report favorably, the bill will pass.
Tho liouso committee to-day agreed
to allow tlio claim of J. 11. Smith tem
porary capltol contractor as embraced
1U the senate bill. Tho bill Is euil
nenlly jnst and will be allowed by the
liouso as an Item In the dcflclonev
Tho commute will report favorably
on the joint resolution taking the
power of creating new counties from
tho legislature and leaving It to a vote
of the people of the lntoiestoU terri
tory. , Mr. Gcorgo A. Hill a prominent at
torney of Marshall is in tho city. Ho
Is the nephew of and very much ic
Bcinbtes the late Hen Hill of Georgia.
The Fort Worth Driving Park As
sociation filed a charter, capital stock
of$r0,000; Incorporators: (ML Day,
Jake Johnson, C.W. Haradall and J.
The Austin Compress Company also
filed a charter.
The comptroller deposited $1,000 to
the account of general revenue.
Louisville, March 121. Tho manage
ment of the southern exposition to
oiion here August 1st, hnvo concluded
to have a dally concert during the one
hundred days of Its continuance and
nropoltlons lmvo been received from
ullniore, Dr. Damerock and Theodore
Thomas. It Is expected ono of these
organizations will be engaged. A
committee has been appointed to con
duct negotiations; applications mr space
are coming In In great numbers, it
Will probably be necessary to eiect an
annex to tho main building Its space
being insullloleut to meet the de
tntimR Councilor Ten.
Nashville, Maich 21. -The bill
pasted the legislature this atternoon
amending the charter Incorporating
this city, limiting tho municipal legis
lature to ten councllmen elected from
tho city at largo and no two from tho
same ward. The city lias fourteen
wards. It Is behoved this cU'ectuiilly
bieaks up the. old system of wind rings
and cliques and will result economi
cally and to great relief of tax payers.
It abolishes the two boards system.
Tho council of ten exercises merely
legislative powers and creates an exec
utive board of there, called the btuud
of public works,
Hoslon March 21. The will ofAl
bort Goodyear who left a number of
mitMlfln hfiriiiiufu iiid uimiiroufci.l utv
years by his widow who hasjust died.
The will was discovered among Mrs.
Uoodyear's ellccts by her son Alfred,
who is named as executor and who
was with his mother, left half of the
residue of the father's property. Tho
statutes provide a line and imprison
ment of an executor for tho offense
stated. Mrs. Goodyear said Alfred
knew of tho will and that it was a
matter between themselves. Other
heirs will make a determined fight.
Grand Rapids, Michigan, March 21.
The Pennsylvania railroad company
to-day picseuted a bill In theciiciiit
(Jimiiiu hum cuiimy iwi uu jiijiiiiuiiuu
against the Grand JJapldSifc Indianap
olis railroad company restraining tho
latter from paying the interest matur
ing April 1st on its bonded debt, se
cured by a mortgage of October 1, 18U0,
until It has paid the lute) est coupons
on tho bonds secured by the same
ttirtf iVfiirti iAtnttmlu1 1 liliitilttliri till
chased and held by the Pennsylvania
railroad company, amounting, Willi
Interest, to fcL'.R 15,000.
Kansas City, March 21.
fiirinico li in scKsion to-dav
llda!sor tho Union Pacific, tlio Santa
I Afluiiirl Piipllln mill .St. Louis ,t
San Francisco roads, discussing the
icccnt legislation in Kansas llxing tho
jiassenger rates at three cents and tho
repoit of tho board of railroad com
missioners. The proceedings are not
to bo made public until tho close of the
session, but It Is understood the meet
ing is engaged In a pool readjustment
and Is shaping business In conformity
to the new law. .
A Jlolllo Maguiro Shot.
Pittsburg, March 21. The Comma'-v'utl-QatcllrS
lruiontown special says:
To-night Superintendent Jrelghly, of
Youngfitown, Cooke county, shot and
killed John Kane, a jMollioMaguiie
miner. Thev aro on a strike nnd very
ugly, Great fears pt an outbreak aro
entertained and the excitement Is
Peoria, 111., March 21. This after
noon a rope sustaining the swing
ing scatlold on which threo
men" were engaged painting
the side of a large elevator broke, nm
J icob Wattoiihchwaller killed and Jo
Hcph Vail fatally hurt. 11. O. Shupp
caught the rope and cacaped injury.
Rochester, X. Y., March M.-Tlio
State Assoeiatlon of JJrcwcrs 1.is.ed
resolutions not to upend moniy
In the jmichaso of legislation
or inlluenee of action of
the legislature anil denounced
the svritem of legislative overtures by
lobbyists ns blackmail.
Cincinnati, Marehl'L W. M. Stew
art a dork In the dead letter depart
ment or the Cincinnati poat-ofllce was
arrested to-night bv the post-olllcb In
spector, charged ultii purloining from
letters. It la said tho proof of guilt
was found on his person.
St, Louis March 21. The
federal grand jury returned
amended indictments against Kus
eel!. Camcrou nnd Carpenter charged
with being concerned in the Dakota
laud script frauds.;
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THURSDAY. MARCH 2S2.
Qonoral Brady Concludes His Testi
mony in the Star Routo Trial
Ho Is Succocdod ty Gonoral Sherman,
Who Deposes Concerning tho
Secretary Polgor Roturns to tho City
AMomphian Rostorod to In
A Proposition Under Consideration to
Issno a Sorles of Gold Ccr
tlficatou in Chicago.
Washlngton, starch 21. In tho star
mute 1 1 Inl to-day Judge Wylle de
cided that the question might lie asked
viunhcr or not llnidy had given tho
price drafts t Walsh. An exception
was noted mid Jlmdy then look tho
Htnnd, He s,dd ho never saw this
paper until last Friday. 1 never gave
It to Walsh.
Another draft wus presented and he
returned tht same answer. Illlss In
qulicd what was tho value of tho
Chattanooga stock that tho witness
soughl to borrow from WalMi.
Objection was made. Illlss xplalued
that ho wished to show the
mitui'o of the relations bssiwcuu
Walsh and Drady ; that the latter
sought to borrow S?30,HKl woilh of
stock without security.
Witness said the par value of the
ptoek was $."0,000, but the selling value
from $20,000 to S2l,000. Walsh bought
tho stock In tho ofllee of Footo it
Hatch, giving a chock on Wlnslow,
Lanier k Co, HUss juoduced a check
but the witness said ho had not seen
tho cheek drawn by Walsh. When
asked why he had tiled to borrow
stock witness wild his purpose was to
control tho stock and also use It as so
wn Hy on other operations.
Jlllss asked If he had
not In that way sought
to borrow the equivalent o $21,000 in
Witness answered In the alllrmiir
Object Ion was mudo nnd overruled
to tho. question as to how much of the
ChatNuooga stock wltuccs possessed.
Ho wild ho probably had more than
$.".0,000 full shares. Never attempted
any other money trade or stock trans
action with Walsh. Tho laltor's Mill
agiiinst the witness was still pending
in tin? District oi coiumum supieme
court SValsh never made any demand
for nipnoy on him except through his
attorneys, Jlo sent a letter of that
kind to Colonel Caten (Ihady's coun
sel) IncMay or Juno 1881, alter vlt-ne-s
had left tho department.
A long technical inquiry was inndo
Into the iciisouh for various orders con
nected with the idles named In the
Indictment. Mr. Illlss next referred
to the witness denial of tho conversa
tion about books imputed to him by
IteeidHI and tho witness again denied
ever holding any such conversation,
Question "Then you wish (lie
Jury to believe that in that
letter to llabler tho conversation 'io-
i erred o never took place.
Tho com t ionised to allow the oucs-
tlou although the witness attempted to
It Is tho same letter that Dabler
swore ho never received," Bald lnger
soll. "It Is from tho book that wo
could not get and bean the page and
number leturned to Illlss,
Bliss suggested to thowltncss that It
was probably as a public benefaoloi
that ho had invested In the newspaper.
Urady replied ho had learned the
printing trade and always had a
hankeiiug for u newspaper, and
imagined bo would Improve the AV
To the que-tlon. "did It payV" the
wltnCHS.sftld, laughingly, "Well, noj I
not out about the money I put In,"
Slyly to Illlss: "I believe ou had
Illlss "Only $1,000 worth.
Witness said that ho dldu'l hold any
Interest In the Kivntnp Critic while In
the department. Ho sold tho.VtfitrMi
Capitol last October and owned no
newspapersnow except the Ci'lllc which
he still controlled. HINs attempted to
lefcrfo tho arrest and trial and asked
why wituch'i had not attempted before
to answer Walsh, but tin court
icfuscd to allow any lefeieiice In
Witness eald that h" hud ilt knowl
edge of how tlio Price drafts luidjcome
Into Wash's possession beyond the
tumors ho had heard during the trial
after or during adjournment from
Thursday until Monday on account of
Iteccss was taken.
When the court ronss!tnbled Illlss
announced ho had no more questions
to put to Dnidy.
WJIeon then began the redirect ex
amination. Wliuesw wild ho had Utile
knowledge of the details of the second
assistant's ofllee. There wore
u number of sub-dlvisloiis ami
heads. These were responsible
for the norreet performance of the
olllee. Some of these gentlemen hod
been in tho olllee many years and
their endorsements veto regarded by
the wltncrsns a sulllcleut guarantee of
their recommendation, There was
Mich a multiplicity of papers it was
Impossible for witness to examine all.
Wilson made several lnclloetual
el!ort to go into tlio subject or the win
grcAsIoun) Investigation ami noted ex
ceptions whero tho court refused, after
h long argument, to allow his
question to be answered. The redirect
examination brought out limiting of
General W. T. Shcrmuti was (hen
called and examined by Ingerooll. Ho
Identified the lctlt1on III connection
with the Unwllns White river routo as
being his endorsement and deiribcd
the conditions of the country through
which tho'roiite ran and his reason for
endorsingtlnipcUtlon. To hi mind the
service was newwwry audits increase to
thu mall service-saved thonrnivthov.v
pense of a II no of eon t ler. Genera I Sher
man described the Thornburg and
Custer- ma-i-sacres and Mid lie Urged
with all his might an Increase of the
mull service generally In that section,
bco.uiMJ ho regarded lias the opening
wedge In tlio settlement of thb Indian
question. Tho circumstances of the
establishment of the Denver stage lino
were related by the wUiless nnd ho de
clared such lines were the very best
mvau Known nn tno suppression
of Indian raids. Jiolustnnccd there
suit of the cnttimrmTofSlltlnirlhilPs
communication with tho icmalttdorof
oi ins tribe, and said from being a tcr-
noio warrior, no nan neon reduced to a
harmless old man Any iimu who
drove mo stage over toe route rroni
Tresnlamos to Clifton In 1S7S for less
than Wo a day was, in the witness'
Judgment n fool, Tor although
tho Apaches were as well
known out there as grtallos, clneita
mop bear? or other varmints, they
were tho worst savages, We had (to
Dllssl been shown places whore, two or
threo carriers had been killed on that
Koprvsenlntlvo Hnraeo P. Pago of
California was called but didn't re
spond, and thu defense not being pro
pared to proceed further tO-day( tho
Gilbert Mayers of Memphis who was
departed irom practicing in tno no
pal tmenfof the Interior lias been rein
stated. The treastuydepuvtment has under
cousidcrjuton u proposition to nnvo a
scries of gold Certllleates Issued fioin
the sub-treasury at Chicago, distinc
tive from tho New York and Wash-
Secretary Koliror has tvturncd very
uiiieli Improved in health, Ho ar
rived from Foitnbs Monioo on the
revenue cutter F.wlng. no dldu'l visit
the treasury depart incut this morning
bill Assistant SccrclarV Mow mivh
Scoref.iry lolgcr will no doubr rcmiiuo
perKOiiiu enaigo oi tiie iicpaituient
Immonso Tloods nnd Gioal Doetnic
tlon OnuHod by Ico aorcoa.
Halifax, March 21. Thelhawoflhe
past few days. Is followed by a huvoro
udn-storm and the tivvtit arc oveiJIow-
ed and hi Idjjcrt swept away. Tho low
Inndrf arc flooded, much properly des
troyed and railway coiiiintitiUallon
There Is tho greatest fieshet on tho
Corn wallls river known for yearn, Tho
Windsor and Annapolis Hallway Is
submerged and badly washed. Two
miles and a half of tlio track at "Wis-
wells Is three and one-half feet under
water. AtMuuelo Mnrsh, n mile and
a half lolig.lieorly as lutiohiof tiie
track Is submerged, In some places )(
Is limiting. All trains between
Windsor and Annapolis aro
cancelled. Oxford, Cumberland
county, repoils tho gicafcst freshet
known, Three In Idges across (lie fiver
Phillip, one at tho head ortldo water,
one on the Oxford and another on the
load to the Slar aro all can led away,
The Ice Jam caused the back water to
Hood tho houses six Inches to three
feel deep, Some families were remov
ed In canoes andjiaffs. Communica
tion Is completely cut oil' In every dl-
icctlon. The damage done to mills
and bridges must bo very great as a
large amount of debrlcs Is floating
down tho river. Truro telegraphs
tho Ice In Salmon river and Lopper
hiook bioks last night and a ticiueu
doin freshet followed, The Salmon
river bridge Is In danger ol being
swept awav. The railway Is flooded at
unoer end of the yard threo Inches.
The town of Truro It submerged, it
is still mining heavily and (he river
Fire in the Telegram OJflce With
Considerable Loos Amusements.
HlllMillll ID lllO tiUl-ltl'f.
Cleburne, March 21 A flic which
came near resulting seriously, occur
red in tlio Tclcjrani ofllee last night,
Mr. T. It. Kecnu oervod an unusual
light lu the building and ran upto dis
cover the cause. Ho found a wooden
partition ablae, the llauies reaching
almost to the colling. They were
quickly extinguished by the applica
tion of several buckets of water
which chanced to bo conveniently
near. Tho Hi o caught lit a box ol pa
lters containing all the files of the
'J'ctfiiruin from the beginning of the
publication. It Is supposed to have
resulted from sonio ono carelessly
throwing a cigar slump or match Ihto
the box. Tho Tclcurum forco w ere all
at the theatre except ono vompuMtnr.
who left thoolllce at ten o'clock, leav
ing only one lump burning on the Im
posing stone, A delay of five mluuks
in tho .discovery of tho lire would
have undoubtedly caused the
destruction of (hocntiru block. Ah It
Ik tho 'frl'imm Millers bcrlouMy lu
tho loss of ItKlllea.
Mr. Wm.beyfreldf lias just roeclvul
n dispatch announcing tho death, at
Fort Worth, of his falhcr-lndaw. Mr.
O. 11. Holland, Mr. li. was ono of
the oldest cltlens of Cleburne and
The GohleuTroiipe played the" French
Sp"lasl night to an appreciative
audience. They have won golden,
opinions during thlsi their first en
gagement In Clebiirno.
.failed on Husnicloii,
Hnrtrord, Conn., March 2lKarly
this morning Urook Johnson, a col
ored servant of the Mlsww Judsop,
was nrrc-jtoil on thestHplcloii of being
concerned In their murder. Ho was
A .Houso HiiriieT.
Newport, It. L.March 2!, The mi
preme court 'this mornii.g scnlcnccd
Katie A. Judd, tlio houso burner; to
VOL, 7, NO. SO.
THIS m:kns kxjbk
Scveroly Hurt hi an Accldont Yestor- '
day and all England Greatly '
Agitated Concorntnir It.
Business Houses Closod and Work-' ''.
Shops Dosorttid by tho Anxious
8uojoct3 of Hor Majesty,
Who Crowd Around tho News Centros
todad thoJBullottns rromtho
A Nowspapor Man Arrested for In-
citing Disordor-Othor Arrests ,.
London, March 15I.-A spcelnl
nays the injuries received by
tho queen Saturday by slipping
upon the Jdnlra at her palace
at Windsor, while descending to take
her carriage for a ride, now turns out
to be i more serious, than llrsl HUpposinl,
and It s bellovcd sho will bo conllned
to her rooin ror mtlno time. At the
tluuHirthMcldcut her mae-sty and
nlteitdnnW tlunight llttlo oV It: The
queen, after rctttritlng to her room ami
making (in examination in Or
der to ascoitatn tho extent of
hor Injuiles, determined to cap
vy put her IntoiUlon, nnd take
a drive. On returning and when at
leniiittng to hv.vo tlio carriage she
found sho was tumble to do so, and had
to be assisted by her atteiulaiits, who
toiind It necessary lo carry her to her
room, Hoc majesty's iliysIclaU was
at olico sumlutiiicd, and upon xamln-
atlon found her knee to be badly swol
len and inllained. There Is much un
easiness throughout tho country con
cerning her condition, and crowds
stand nroiiud tho bulletin places eagor
y watching and asking ror news.
Great nuniboi-s or business men huVO
posted up notices of absence at places
ot business mid gone to the clubs,
newspaper buildings and telegraph
nlllccs to await tlio news. Nowspa
pern all Mint special correspondents to
Windsor and made eoinpletu arrange
niciils for bulletins. Tho houso of
paillainent was crowded, The streets
lu iiiitny iilnccH wcio bloekaded with
crowds r laboring people who liavo
knocked oU'woi kin their anxiety to
keep Informed. Ills not behoved by
those having access to anlhentc Infor- ,
unit Ion (hat (ho ouccii'a in.
Juries aro daugoiinis lu
lieuiselvcs, but that there is Var, ow
ing to the advanced ago of her niiijenty
aim mo hoiiiewnat (leucaiucnmiltluu.
of her health for some tlmo danger-,
oils complications may arlso from"
A biillutlu just posted announces
that tho iiucon Is wnstantly atlcudcd
by a full corps of royal physlelails.
Tho crowd surrounding the bulletin
Was mi gioat that (hn.su In tho rear
couldn't make It out, apd a demand
for a reader was made, a man
mounted u pile of paving stones and
cried out (ho Intelligence. When the
man niolloiicd to niakohlsilrst utter
ance tho crowd which was almost ex
clusively composed of workliigmeii,
uncovered ami Waa still. Tho bulletin
produced the most evident depression,
It announced that the knee upon
w-blch bee tiihtfK (..II 1....I I .;...
greatly swollen and that every eflbrt
Wius being Inadu to eonllun
(lie swelling. At four p. m. It
was announced Hint (ho queou'B phy
sicians had authorized tho stiiteineiil
to bo inadu that her niacsty was u no
linnicdlale danger. The statement
was coupled with the Information that
her ulalcsly might bo conllned for an
itidcllnho tlmo lo come, It Is under
Blond tlio queen Is suffering quKo as
much from exhaustion (yiliscd by her
deleiniliied action in diking u long
ride tiftcr receiving lhc Injuries for (ho
PlII'liOsO Ol'dls.iiliiiMlnir till, nlililli. kiIii.I
of all Impression that shu ' was
1,11,1 &!. no, 11... .....,,....... ,.t It...
wound Ilseir. This 1'ortltudo Isjltu
themu of universal comment, and
WOrltlllir lleOlllltMCem to irlnrv In nllr.
Inir about what tliev call flic linn-nrv
itwtlug comfortably uiul llioiihyslelans
claim iney have entirely succeeded lu
conquering nil thoso dementi of the
eai.0 which mlglitlmvo proved trouble-
ci 10,000 was withdrawn from the
flunk Ot Kllirhilill lil.dnv fni uliliiiiinnl.
lo NeW VorTt.
P.lrla 'Mnfiili l u.t .luulf.fir., unnlii-
lllttf l,f Milt lllll. K'iiiI Imi.v I. nil iimu.
MgeiiofncwspapciB at Lecltoyer and
1 .Mliutnlllit. Iniu bi-i'ii fiiiivleliiil tt In.
citing to disorder and sentenced to lin-
of ball. (
lbjicurc, formerly a member of the,
r-oniiiiDiit' has been arrwded at SI.
wuciiiiu wnoieno wusauoui loavienu
an nnau'lilst banquet. ' '
Petersburg, March !il. A person has
been arrested at Mn'ow while order
ing a clock wojk of a suspicion R--crintlou.
Waddlngton will icproetit Fratu'v
at tho coronation of the wwe. , t
Llveiiiool, ilajvh ai,-"Kxuliailgn
hero wilt bo cbtted from Friday lo
Monday Inclusive. -(,1-tinfini,
Itmlfn r,iiN,l,l Vnlllldf. lu Imtnm
here concerning the scbemo attributed
In America to jIlMiuarck for ac.(ulrlng
land In Mexico on which to K-ttlo Ger
Foul IMtiy Huspi'ctcil.
Dyers KUtioq, Ohio, Mnicli UI. Tho
luuifh tf nitwnii I"ii1iw mill itilln iimMi
tt JlUfli ? t WMIIV.1 i.ij ffjt,aa jr
JioIriimiH s ycnri ulil and occupied
iuu iioiij ittuui; vi)un iiiu urn iini
itvutiliwl t iu iitirii,nfi r.ltltt lint Iittlil
Wly of DobH under tho bed 'with
rope mound his utek. This pot being
uitt usual oeu nMm, jv is iiioukic m
was strangled by robbers and hidden
under the bed and the lipiisc fired. .
Considerable gold and silver Coin lnd .'
iiidled money was found in thcasheS r
He had a largo amount of moiiuytyiijg.
thu hoiiHe and leaves a largo estate., fM
IJtaU, HMd 1 "WMBllwHB
m nu r uu
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