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Mits, Lanotuv having remarked,
apropos of NiijWon'h failure to appear
at HtiHUlo, that sho never dbmppolnl
Vfl mi audience, uHt. Doiils pJipcr re
minds her tliut she disappointed "even
audiences In that city, not hy failing
to jiluy hut by playing. The mifr
which makes this unfeeling remark
should not m) soon forgot (lint It was
Mits. JiA.NfiTiiy'K Intercession which
saved theHlcIn of one of its reporters.
THE GrAZETTE? F01?T WORTH, TEXAS, TIIPKSDAY 3EAKCII y
EVANS & MARTI
tejimh of sunsaitiPTToa.
uno minim. -
.'riiixo month .-?
Hm Wn rcrnnlly oiilawi'il mid Improved
ingiimller. iniirfe up irom tliemtim of tlio
nlly fill loni',liuikliiit.Uii)lj('t and In iii-
tt impor In Uio countryMia to nulwcrlb-
em hi all jmrU of Uio UutkilHUtlMuiml Cain
tulMflCOorpoMliKO, nV Uio following luvfr
TIiito iriontlii ., jS
Mix nmnlliii .... Jiw
onw ycur '
HulMcrliition to dully mid vreokly l Atrlctly In
Hdviuiw, anil nil putKiric htoppud wliun time
jalt foroxpl'-'ix. ,, ,.ii.
HuVcrllxjrif dulrliifi tlio tulilrcM . of Uiclr
pnpur rliiuiRiil will pImim1 tttlo In tliur
mininunlmlton both tlio old nnduownd.
KemJtliy ima on Tort Mirth, jKtoffloo.
money outer or rcifllwd It tier. If nut
otliorwlwwo will nut, ho rCixJiiiUlo for
M$MaAtrrr,Fotl Worth. ftM.
Hpeclmvli cujiifc wmi ftro on npjillctulou.
IHHMIt 01 KICKS,
r .limits A I, Pi'lil.
I'AHY 'ti' Cttttlitliliat lltimrh OJflm for Oir
fttnowlntCs unit Hit rtirrtitttf wHerlUtminu
panj't ruhltcaUon may titiwii lie fwinu,
HAN AW TON 10 jVo, if JO llolorotiu ttrtrt,
Jkiwmk Jl AlUUrt Manager, CHAM. Hi;.uuruii
AWHTIJ OiiT vlivmnr m of D Are
tlrrrl, It. t. JoitMtroH, Mtmniitr, W, N,
hl'K.VCK od K. II. Cokm.M., Aihtunl.
CoLOUAliorin II. I'. llR.siI.KV, Jlanuutr.
It. J. ri:njK.S0N, AkbUIiiiiI.
To Local Af.jnts.
AUordcru for Miliarp((nn mml be
accompanied bj (bo monty. Otbcr
ulw, no (Mention iit jutlil to mtci
A Nusv YoltK letter nivh: "l-or a
long tlmo the VANni:iiMti.Ts wero not
In what In called fashionable noclety
j 1 0) lu;sow iorn; ouliuu BiruiiK"" f,""
have yielded to the golden loueli and
1 w ' one seen their names now at eiitertxdn-
went In the most exclusive elrcleu."
in Kuw Vork wieloty founded on any
thing Jietk-r than money, that It
Bhould over have turned up Its
haughty wwo nt the VANiH.Kimrs?
It Ih doubllecB glad to toady (o a fam
ily whose pun-e Im so much longer than
77. Hioeir Joini-SAi. Pi'iu-isHiKO Com-
MiNiHTiut IiOWi:i,i, may eat IiIh din
uer at the haiKjuel-hoardB of the En
glish aristocracy, hut he In a hourtlwt
man indeed if he fan enjoy them 1 11
view of the deep dMrem which the
failure to blow up the homo Kcerolury
lnui occasioned among many dchervlng
IrlHh-AniorleaiiH. ln. Luvi:mh1iouIi1
bo Instructed, In tho IntercHt of these
cU.ctf, to go without IiIh dinner and
demand from her maJe-sty'H govern
ment a full and Immudlato oxplaua
t Ion of the liiHUltlng elreumstaiice that.
Mr. IlAHTfouitT was not on hand to be
I'or wel Ktilf Htiit!: K'liionilly wnrniur;
ulr vrt'iithor; llisbt vurlnbln winds, montly
fnim Notitliwmt to wuitliivoul, und IUIit
vlmnucn In iiroBinri'.
OruTii ii7-l"n nil I.hihIh For Sulu.
li)tl Mectlon In n Holld body.
105 iicetlou In u Hiilid body.
L1)0 section ullcriiutcH,
180 HectloitH solid body and well
watered, extra lino for gra.lng.
Will annuo enhiiiicement on present
iilKM horses, American stock, at a
special bargain, delivered In Wichita
.Mk.mih, TjiMi'f.nTON &, Co.,
n-iWIm Wichita I-'alts, Texas,
Slock Cuttl5 Wauled.
Wo wlidi to buy stock cnttlo In lots
fiom II) to 1,000 head. Call nt our ollleo,
with Kneeland, l.ltUeJohu A,-. Martin,
.Main street, or address
Moni'(io.mi;hy k Co.,
lort W01 lb, Texas.
1,000 to fi.000 head of yearlings
anil two-year olds,
a-fl-tf TlI.VAS I.NVIiSTitUNTCo.
Tu is father of his country Is liwing
his hold 011 the allectloiirt of his o(I
hprlng. Thethree-eent ponlage-stanip
adot ued with his benevolent face has
served to keep his memory almost as
giceu as tho stamp itself, but, the
po-dage having been lowered, another
stump will take Uh place, ornamented
with the stern features of Ucnoial
(Iiiant. This attempt to make
UltANTu bigger man than tho late fl.
j W. pioves iifrcih that lepublics are
iiiigralelul, and unk" somebody
thinks to ask tho country every year
for another appioprlation lor his mon
ument, tho father of his country may
presently become an extremely vague
maud wine exclusively rrom prlvalo
lit ma, uh Trenurcr OMPiMi.X dc
oltlcHl no moro of these coins shall he
put lis circulation through tho sub
treasuries unless the secretary of the
treasury shall direct otherwise.
1,000 or D,(1)0 Htock eatlle, for spring
delivery. Ti:.'.h Invi.st.mi:nt Co,
,1- Itl.tf .,
Till! English goverumoiiL oIIui-m 11
leward of JCl,D0l) for the discovery ol
tho aulhoi'H of the exploHlou, Here it
another opportunity for somu infotmcr
to dlHtliiuulsh ldiuHuir,
"CllAtNiai hUlUTMNd," by "Iki:
Piiii.ki.nn" of tho Austin Stntoitman,
Is a very icadablo llttlo book, which
thoGA.irm: Ih In receipt of. Those
who wish to spend a pleasant leisure
hour should head for a copy.
.-- W -iWWfWWi IIMIWWI.im
A Tiin:i.r4 writer has been giving
tho past history of the devil, his ante
uedenls, etc, Tho publlo would more
deeply appreciate something concern
ing tlio future exploits and intentions
of that individual.
AHT.tt tho Texas papers have aided
in tho capture and punishment of
Vaunam., who attempted to outrage
Miss La.i and then murdered her
I'litlici' in Hill omiuty, this state, they
can with some consistency lead
J'ennsylvanla and (ho North a homily
oil olvllUntlou based on tho Duma
Nut i' tragedy in tho Iveyn-tonu fitale,
Tun Urltlsh lloa H willing to accept
nil engagement with any reputable
American elreus, Salary nothoimteh
an olijeel as congenial employment.
A malinger who can oiler this amiable
and Interesting animal tho advantages
of a unlet and unmolested cage, may
secure his services on applying at his
residence In l.ondon, ell her In person
or hy letter.
" ' "
A l-T.w'dayH ago tho news was spread
abroad by specials and associated
press (hat Mexico had christened the
"international baby,M It was said to
boa grand allhlr, but there nio doubt
l very fow who know what In
me.uiM. Homo are Inclined to (relit
tho matter as a joke, hut In reality It
was a serious performance undone of
great Importance (o (ho prosperity of
Tun 'JYxoa UUltkl U (ho name of n
new publication Just ltucd la this
olty. It Ih h monthly niugaatno de
votrnl to literature, bcleneo, art, home
culture and current mUcellauy. It U
'-onduotcd by W I. Mii.umaad coa
taliiisoiae literary productions from
(ho pea of Miw. libi.tnt which are
uuito Interesting and show consider-
Tin: Add-Kun Xliulent says: We
find the following edifying and intor
CHling item of news from Ireland In
one of our exchanges:
"Caicijy failed to identify Mrw.
Hyiixi: and she was discharged."
Tim paper then goes 011 and in a
long article rldleu'es tho Information
contained la tho above paiagraph be
cause Uio wilier of it did not tell who
the parties were and their whole his
tory or explain what was intended.
Tlio fact is the matter was explained
in tlio telegrams which came from
Ireland dally and said thutCAin:v
was an informer and Mum. Uyum:
was arrested on suspicion. Uead ap
and yoa will not bo so bewildered
about these telegrams.
Tin: GAzirrri: notes with great
pleasure that IIo.v. JJ. F. Fhymiku,
present member of the house from
Houston county, is being mentioned
for the position of state treasurer.
The election being m far distant It
would bo rather early for the discus
sion of promotions at this time, but
we have 110 hcslluuey In wiylng no
better man could be found for the
place. He has made a lino reputation
as a careful, honest and successful
legislator, and Is withal a splendid bus
iness mini. But a few years ugo Mr.
l'Mjm:u came to Texas a stranger,
and through tireless effort, strict in
tegrity, and exceptional business ca
pacity ho has gained not only 11 hand
some competence in this world's goods
but has been rewarded repeatedly with
positions of honor and trust at the
hands of his people. He would make
a splendid slate trcasurur.
Tin: government is doing its whole
duty in protecting political refugees.
In legard to the case or Suhiiuia.n,
Representative JIoiun.ho.v of New
York bus had an Interview with the
secretary of state. Mu. lloitixsox re
quested tho secretary to examine tho
caso fully before taking any steps in
the matter, and expressed his imposi
tion to surrendliig Sheridan to tho
English government unless the United
.states should lecelvo a guarantee that
he will receive a fair and Impartial
1 1 hit by jury. The secretary lopllod
that lie would certainly give tlio sub
ject eatnefet consideration, and would
make no move which was not required
by law, treaty, and propriety. In
connection with tills cum; Mil Ron
1N.SON will, at tho curliest opportunity,
ollbru resolution declaring that the
people of the United States "will look
with Jealous suspicion on any attempt
to drag fiom their sanctuary any polit
ical refugees, for whose blood despots
aio thirsting;" and in no case will
they lolotalolhc surrender of any per
son without full and reliable proof of
tlieguilt chaiged, and without a guar
antee that he shall be tried by an im
partial Jury without rcfeienco to class,
caste, or sect, .
WILL OFFER THIS WEEK THE FOLLOWING LINES OF NEW GOODS:
Silks and Satins in all the New Shadt
WOOL DRESS GOODS-NEW SHADES AND FABRICS,
New Stylo, Satixie
ALL THE RACE THIS SEASONSOLID COLORS AH0 FIGURES TO MATCH.
"WHITE GOODS OFALL DESCRIPTION
. CAIiPETS, HUGS, MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS, -ETC.
ALL OF THE ABOVE LINES OF GOODS WERE BOUGHT AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRIDES, AND WILL BE SOLD THE SAME WAY.
3STo. 30 naCoiajstoxi St.- Port "TVcar'tlx, Toaceiig,
,,..-m-. m . Fl',
Brilliant Nuptials Death of Riloy
Mru. Johns' Fu110r.1l Promi
TituSt. Jlernaid dog which mved
the life of Lady Ki.oitiiNci Dtxtr. lias
become luiiuoital la fame mid history.
Tho queen has ordered a portrait made
of tho canine and in future years, com
ing generations will see It hanging on'
Ihe walls of tho Windsor gallery along
side lheprlacen,prluceiHusand nobility
and will visit hrs-grnvo and forgot to
honor tho memory of their own ances
tors, hi doing honor to the dog. Then
the Ihltttth Hon shall roar and Vioto
uiA will turn over In her wircophagus
and groan la her auger. Thce things
will surely occur but tho caprice of
the present must lie giallllcd and the
dogs photograph must be taken. We
suggest that the Courhr-JouriHU and
Memphis slvuluncw publish a wood
cut of the aforesaid dog la their "Por
traits of Distinguished People."
Mahuiaok scents to bo consldeied,
In the eyes of somo people, not only a
contract which can be annulled or
utteily repudiated atpleasuie, but one
that may be sulOeet to various modlll
cations according to (he whim of the
moment. A noteworthy Illustration
of the potat ot Hie above was furnished
by (ho Now York couitsa few days
ago. A woman who tiomotlmo ago ob
tained an absolute tlhorcu liomher
husband, has now began proceedings,
to have tho decree modified so that It
will bo only for a limited divorce,
Shoadmits frankly that she has just
found out that her former husband
means to marry again, and the
thought does not please her. Tho di
vorce laws are certainly elastic, but It
remains 10 bo seen whether or not tho
courts w III stretch them to cover (he
caso of every woman or man who has
got til voiced In haato and now repeats
HpiMilul to tlin Clriynutn.
Galveston, Match ill. The marriage
of Chan. Itowald Byrne to Miss Fan
nie Hutching attracted a numerous
ashoiublago at Trinity church this
morning. The lirltle Is a Uauglitor ol
.1. II. Hutching, of the firm of Ball,
Hutching & Co., whllotho groom Is an
Englishman ami a prominent cotton
buyer. The wedding was a biilllant
ailulr and tlio presentowero costly und
Fiank Illley, one of Uio victims of
the rallioad accident Monday night,
died at live o'clock this morning.
Crouaii the other victim will in all
The funeral of Mix. John look place
at four p. 111. to-day and was hugely
General Manager A. A. Talnmgo of
tho Missouri Pacific system accom
panied by Mrs. Talmago and Mm.
DoWitt O. Talmago rtad family and
General Superintendent ,1. Jlerrlnof
tae unci national & ureat jSorlliuru
arrived in tho city by ttpcehd train at
noon to-day on a business trip and
alter a laid stay departed northward
at four i. m.
Progress of tlio'llavorstack Inquest
Scott's Patent Press.
New York, March 21. The inquest
in the ease of Win. II. Jlaverstack,
shot Monday evening by Geo.
Colliding, J.r., was resumed to-day.
Several witnumea were examined, but
no new facts elided. Mrs. Wheeler, a
sister of Colliding, is still in Hie hos
pital, Hollering lroni nervous prostra
tion, and uimbio to be present as a wit
ness to-day. 1 1 Is expected she will re
cover sulllcleatly to-morrow to ncimtt
her attendance. 'I'lie inquest ati
journed till then.
Mrs. IJtler obtained permission from
tho coroner to look at tho body and
drove to tho undertakers accompanied
by her physician and an olllcer. The
brother of the dead man arrived to
day arid Hds evening started with the
body for Cm lisle, PeiiHylvania.
Mr. Scott wishes it understood that
tho patents ho Iiuh hold to It. I loo A
Co., cover only ills Webb perfecting
prens and folder and tliat lie retains
and will continue to manufacture un
der hi" other patents.
arc plentiful showers before April M,
that tho wheat and barley crop will be
almost a total failure, except in several
coast counties, which may bo aided by
tlio logs. Tlio iruit and grape yield
promises to exceed that of any previ
A Destructive Firo
Decision of a Big Damago Suit
sonal First Clips of Wool.
fcfriuiii o ctRitti
San Antonio, March 21. In ihcdls
trlet couit to-day tho case of W. S
Hall vs. Ellison and Owens, a suit (or
llfty thousand dollars lmcd on tho al
leged tliiving oil of tho plalutlllk stool
Disgracoful Scenes at the Diamond
Mines-Still at Work.
Braldwood, 111., March 21. They
are liable to see some disgraceful
scenes at the Diamond mine before (he
bodies of I he untortuuato victims are
dually laid to lest. The coroners of
Will and Grundy counties are both
(here for the purpose of reaping tho
rewind, $11 per corpse, for holding tlio
inquest, and eaeli insists lie is
tlio proper person to do
thu job. It is also said
there will bo serious tioublo tu the
ranks of tho relief committee. The
water is now less than three feet deep
and it is hoped to be able to' begin
removing tho bodies next timidity. A
ictico hi being built to keep tho crowd
back when the work is began. Tlio
mi no lias been explored a short dis
tance and it was found not caved.
John Marshall, an escaped miner,died
yesterday fiom the consequent ner
vloiu shock and exhaustion.
His Scat in the Legislature Will
Probably bo Mado Vacant.
to Kansas by tho defendant,
able talent. Wu wish
the new vcn
ikUMit was rimohiMl wiierobv
fondants pay all tho costs and pay tlio
plalutitt'tiftccn hundred dollars.
ti. ti. ratiuocK 01 too ua.iitt:; ar
Harrlsburg, March 21. Dukes, the"
slayer of Captain Nutt, has not yet
made bin appeaiauco in this city. In
tho house tills morning the committee
to whom was rcfeircd the resolution in
1 elation to Dukes' title to a seat in tho
houfte, leported that Dukes had not
been prmcat at any time during tho
o.-Hion and rccoinnientHiur tbo m.
rived hero last night accompanied by 1 polntnient of n committee of iiimilrv to
The gentlemen do-' ascertain whether his absence was "due
Chicago, March 21. There was a
lire this afternoon at 514 and olfl Wesl
Madisou street, occupied by Keteham,
Jtothschild & Company, lurniture
makois; L. H. Gamble, merchant
tailor; ami Neely & Roth, boots and
slices. Total loss &S2.000. Insured ex
cept Gamble who loses $1,000, A large
number of women and children in the
museum next door got out safely.
The now Western Cnion Telegraph
Company of Illinois began quo war
ranto proceedings against the old
Western Union Telegraph Company
to show by what light it undei takes
to transact a telegraph business within
the limits of tlio state of Illinois.
Infractions have been forwarded to
the commission departmental' Dakota
for tho removal of Sitting Hull and
immediate followers now under sur
veillance at Fort Ituudall to Standing
Bojk agency -where others of the Sioux
reservation Indians aro stationed. Tlio
savages .will leave Randall under
guard April 11. Provisions will be is
sued tottio Indians until they have an
opportunity to provide for themselves.
This is in accordance with the
request of Sitting Bull to
become a reservation Indian which
tlio chieflan lias declared ho never
would be. lie was taken to Fort Ran
dall early last fall together with a
number of warlike young bucks and
Ihus separated from tho otheis of his
baud, the I'licoinpapas, owing to tho
ugly demeanor of himself and follow
ers. As expected he is to bo given an
opportunity to raise stock to provide
for hinibclf and people.
Ropoits from the central poitionof
iiimois iiiuieaic uio com snap lias
caused damage to early sown wheatand
seriously adected the peaeli prospects,
The Illiu fnrly. '
Ex-President Liaz ami party visited
the stock yards this morning, lunched
and listened and replied to complimen
tary speeches. He inspected tho
nro inarm system and visited the largo
dry goods stores in tlio afternoon, and
heard Salvinl at llnverly's theatre to
night. To-morrow they go to Pull
man. The. M113 orttlty.
The result of tho Republican pri
maries tills afternoon indicate tlio
probability that tho convention
to-morrow will not endorse
R. T. Crane, tho citizens1
Independent candidate for mayor. A
largo proportion of tho delega'tes aro
unpledged and the nominee cannot be
Tin: secretary of the treasury, hav
ing directed that tho word "cents" bo
added to tho now o-oent piece, tlio su
perintendent of the Philadelphia mint
who designed the original coin, is en
gaged In preparing a device for tho
buck of (ho proposed coin, which will
tmjuulo (he dcuomiuudou of its value
In uumistakable terms. No order,
however, has been made Mispondlng
tl.o coinage of the new o-ceht pieces,
and tho mint bureau reports that they
are being Issued from (ho Philadelphia
mint at (ho rato of nearly f.1,000 a day,
an amount willleknt only to supply
about half the implications. Tho do-
NY. I). Druntou
pin ted this evening for hn&allo coun
.Stockmen have about completed
furnishing their oatllts and tlio buys
aro leaving by thodo.eti for tlio local l
tles of herds.
Tlio (list clip of wool ilftoen hundied
pounds, were received yesterday from
Uvalde county by Outhout it Isswh.
to disability or otherwise. Tlio report
Another icsolutioii was adopted that
Dukes shall not bo allowed to take his
seat until the committee of inquiry
mado Its report.
The Striking Oowboys-Stuail-Pox
Raging and Ono Death.
b)mlil to tle OhwmUo.
Coislcana, Mareli 21, A couple car
loads of cotton coiihistlng of about sev
enty bales on a side (rack of the Texas
& St. liOiils railroad caught (lie from
a spark of a passing engine and all
mom or less burned. Loss estimated
at about $0,000, covered by an open
Our farmers who. owuigto the con
tinued wet weuthor of the last mouth 1
aro very backward in their work,
havo at last commenced plowing.
Cotton picking Is still going on In
several portions of our county.
Thmo hundred and twenty hctnl of
Imported cattle from Alabama In pas
ture near Fort Worth, 73 good milch
cow's In tho bunch, bred ,up with Jer
sey and Durhniu.1 Apply to Texas hi
lsimul to the n.KoU.
1-oit Klllott, Match 21. The cow
boys havo struck for llfty dollars per
mouth nourTascosa. No further p-ir-tlculars
can be obtained on account of
the Miiall.Mix. The (own of Mobeetle
und l-ort hlliotlarc both quarantined.
Air. doo Morgan, a prominent eatth
lnan, died a Any dnysblueeat his ranch
from tills dHwe. Other eases are re
ported. Tho Yellowstone.
St. Paul, March 2,-Ad vices In ni
various points in the YellowMoin
country Indicate that tho , S winter
has Wn favorable for MocUmei.a .1
i'.,0n,0M, fro" wcpMiiro and cold
weather Is est mated to not exceed livo
per cent, for the entire territory.
f.tiim K,ne'''Wi March 21,-Tlw raln
lalltliusfarhasbfeji rery Uht land
fear nro cuterinll thatuils hree
Sale of a
Special to tliitCliintti).
Decatur, March, 2I.-Mr. Bandall,
of tho firm ot 1 Ilgbee, Randall, Darling
& I o.. to-day sold tho stock of dry
goods in his branch store at this place,
which was being conducted by Mr.
.101111 w a ace, to Air. H. Schwartz, of
VOW Wliptlk ftlM ..rsl. fill... ...
. .... ,, ouu , iwi wu, i MU C()0(
l' ,n, t (ho Star Auction Hoiise at
1'ort W01M1 and cloed out.
X lieio was a rumor .started this oven
liiR that Casey & Swasoy, of Fort
orth, were about to closo J. M.
limner's saloon by attachment, hut
your correspoudt'iit is informed by
ivsj)oi.-ib e parties that Hamer Is all
light and will pay hla bills and run
IV,',J V 111., fluvotte.
Palettine, .March 21 At the lire de
partment's annual election last night
they choio for ubb.r ii,.,i. ....... n
Sterrie, assistant engineer and secreta-
........... Y'v-nviu, presiuent X'Jionias
Hall, and (reusurer C. P. Finger.
After the election tlio ilrcinen present
ed nn elegant gold watch to Foreman
Riekard In appreciation of his ellorts
for the oriRiiiintimi n...i ....... ? .1...
deiyirtment. A grand rujiper. speeches
ami n general good time was nail. '
A Lunatic Doparturo of iPr
TTn ti .-Prtut- Affl n.,, .H.J
-.m,.. vau-wjutu xl0DMa im
Run In. T nj
A Serious Cutting Affrav-
tapet-ml to tuou-ttsri'ite. , ni
Ualias, Alarcli 21. KHeu Ka
was to-day laKeti cliaigu of
county authorities as a :
Mr. August Schneider, m i
iiitj.si iiioiiiiiieiii. ana pojiuH
man citizens of Dtdlufi, kftj
reside permanenily iuKt.j
friends gave him a whielatx
night, at which lie was mt
wltli an elegant gold watch.
rat Aiuloneaua Ciiurlts 01
the alleged Ferris potolllcevi
ocrs, were neiu ycpieruayi
each at Waxaluichie, to am
inai at tno fcepieinocr term 01
lis countv district court. 7k
ui to Dallas this evening Midi
a writ of habeas corpus Ijefwt'J
Aldridge, on widen tney artoi
neanng on r-atur(in . h
The police last night "rani
man giving tils name us itow
ris for refiiftiui! to onv for a 'ri
hack. Hohxmcd liltoa inatfj
wanted in Corsicanu for Sffb
Mai-slmll Arnold ordered. Jit l
bad: to the staslon-linasB
court was over this morning.
t hetlav it occurred .0 j
oillcers that lio was CharleCfi
wanted in St. Louis fiirklllm
man Charles Prince, Juriel. '
was at otice taken to, '
toirranher. and one &f'
pictures was sent to the cjiicfof
In St. Lonls. The pri&ontic )f(
Hiiii Iflon nflili. hi.lll!' MllinCCtliivl
dor. Ho siivs he is a uMivc'l'fJ
A'ork. Hi. hits l)ut-ll iu Ttt
montlis. He 1b a cook by toik.w
happened to be the occatw
Charles Sanders. TlielirhoaefHs
cent, but says lie is nos u
u-nii toil in St. r.niiiy. Thadi
of Sanders says he una twenty?"
ago wnon lie ituicti too wja"
quently lie would uo auuir,t
tour now. The man iu tbo.cw
looks to be about thirty yPJ
jihotogniph ot tlio nnneri
rcspiiililoM Hint of Sanctoi1
exception, but the oldlgokjW?
been produced by roughing 1
After midnight lust ntumfj ;
allray occurred at a iit'gn'
l...ll.ll... .. ll.n .mMini1 til
CHUIUUli; 111, IUBIUIU' .71
.....I lr,.l.l ol,lo r.PJI!
notorious bad negro, wltliou!
(ion cut Anderson Thonw-V1
.wr...i c...,.wwii 'n-iri. with a r
Illnlinirn iriiRb 111 theleft Wf!
i, i...i:......,i ...in .i.mcn liit. til
snii flnil Imt was nur-jUrdan-iP
1 .. T 1.. CI l.HMnKoilzIel
uy ijcmiy oijuhu w- j
lodged in Jan. ,,
Aeent Ciow of the JW
parsed through tlio city V
1 '(..., ,,.i.,v. in. u I'iporliiis
ville to' servo a two-years' fcnW
stealing cattle in J'aio i ''""Vtf-fl
fm.... i .,..1.1 lnfieOUW"V
ver dollar in circulation m
Which a practiccu -y" " " n
tiiiL'iiish from the g'"'r't5
nunibcr of these queer "
..1 .1 1... irliulll-i tUP)
nivsterv. The lTnltI SW
aro working the nintter up.
J. O'Connor who 'J"-ABih
:.... il,.tr. iUn limiSO 0 il...
iuil: 11111 lj bftM
'for tlio same offense, Jaw
corpus trial iieinnjid i
mnrnimi- nlltl WHS (lisnU 1
oto the house of g
and agalns wl f8dS
und a true WU ', l.y
wine, olloim Mpj
Pittsburgh, March SHjjL,
son of the Cnlted sua -.-jr
to-day uiea "" "i"""-V,n J-?
tlio United States v?. ffifm
of L'reat Innwrlaiicc to "
sei ng u.kw - - ,JW
iiiv". u , . j
ortiio reviseti r1"'";, tVu'e
consisted in having ,! .
iiwww.W.w..i,i .... 1 1 . 1 1
1 4 - ., fl '
'NP jawj-'r-wtJMg 'faMrtt j-sslatt ifmJL&! 1a JtJ&&
plug tobacco from "j-'m
a smaller umn ,- -, ;
,.... i..v ..nvornnicnt Ii" '. ,
T.,,-5",,: ether jwwiri
'fho opinion is w twO JX
rulings of the tioN"""k"' ,
., if. .-.
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1 ' "-tn.