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iicccf sor to tho Democrat- Ad vnnce.
DAY AT DALLAS.
CS OF THE LAMAR KiibiiS
ID KNIGHT TEMPLAKS.
nitUritlnii nnil 'FrMco Another
far "f Die SjnnuCiio cmiiini
o tht. Ooctte. .
Is. .IU1V -. 1110 Jjimiui lwiico
lleternilned to go to Gnlvcs-
' August in attendance on tuo
foment of the Btnto militia,
tin Jnko twenty-four Men in
Iwlth II""-' olllcers nnd gtildcs.und
etc lor the 700 prize.
following Kir Knights nro to go
Dallas to the Knight Templar
vd at Snn Francisco in August:
Kncplly, J.C, mcuo.v, m. m.
. .T. F. Jenkins. A. A. Johnson,
fmilsand Alexander Hlirwood.
liber of the above will be nceom-
management. oi me jjniias
college this evening met and
Idicted the report telegraphed
lide ton Cincinnati paper tnat
Sonlhl. tho principal in the
hguo scandal Investigdlon, was
essor in tne college. Jie nns uu
ietlyu with tho institution, and
i also corrected tne renoit nim-
Ho had been engaged to teach a
In German at the next session, it
(known whetlier the scandal will
about u cancellation oi the con-
i Dallas National bank organized
flit; capital paid up 5150,000.
Lis. L. Mordecai, J. T. Trcze-
Jr., it. V. TompKihs,
j). tViignt. U. A. ivcjling,
iPoitei', T. K. Ferguson of Dul-
Elms. AVhe.ler ol Philadelphia,
O. Reunion ot jjradiord, l'enn-
iiia. Mr. Wheoior is president,
fr. Reunion cishler. .
Iipbell. a justice of the peace,
i rested to-ciuy ciuirgeu ii.u i-it-L'aling.
He Was released on 3U0
Duncan, president of the Dal-
rokotlve and Detective Aasocla-
jihas bnuight auit for malicious
hjjruiiiat Eugene Duncan, Geo. W.
Ir, proprietors, and Chas. L. Mar-
Iditor of the Jut ray Jtccam, for
Idling that he had appropriated
ticnclntimi'H monnv to his OWI1
End not accounted lor the same to
Inssociation. The penalty undir
Texas statutes lor malicious libel
lino of not less than W0 nor more
$2,000, or imprisonment lor not
than two years.
1)0 UAil.TTJ; correspoimeui ines
furnished tho billowing challenge
Mr. CliaMoH Cl.il'. 1'orL Worth, Texas:
Bin Having learnetl that during
Ir recent vb?it to Dallas, you ex-
hed iv willingness to meet me in n
ii-vou-pica'-e pedestrian contest, j.
fiby challenge you for a seveuty-
hour or a six-duy go-as-you-
aso race, wherever you
desire. If you accept
nemo jeventy0vc -hours, I wijl
ske the amice iitiv sum vou may nre-
frdm ? 00 a side to -bt.OUU a side, II
sdavs, from $o00 to $.1,000 a,shle; the
ffiitch to occur at Dallas ,within two
gks Irom tho dateofsigningui tides.
, J. It. J OhMAN,
Che freight and fuel departments of
Gould loads at this point havo
sn moved into me n'" uepoi.
To ticket n d other d part men s will
located there by Jul i.
man named Jones and an accoin-
lc were lodged in jail this evening,
j reed with stealing a hive of bees
il honey from V. T. Long, seven
les north of tho city. Tiioy were
Irnved by their honey-besmeared
SthiiiK and bee-stung persons.
lY paralytic negro named Mitchell
filers was drowned in me Trinity
Per this moinlug while bathing. His
My has not yet been recovered.
Mr. V. il. .Newman, general noignt
Imager for Gould's Southern system,
ler speillllilg iwu uiiyH in jyainiH, uu-
rtt'd lor iiH nonio in uaivc&iou mis
lening. llo tired of a llsh diet and
rt Oatiung buns ami came nere ior
lething more substantial.
irtuur urown last nignt sto:o a
jket-book and So in money fiom
jnesMcGann and Is now sojourning
the county bill.
IV gentleman In the city to-day from
irevonnrfr reports that tho negro s nro
Kodusting In considerable nunibetb
tun southeast J,oui-)lann ami
ie lower Ml-'-iwippl liver
:iou to ninth Louisiana,
ti kausas an I Kastern Texa. for fear
)i yellow fnwr may break ut in
Iieir old aliiding places tnu pie-cni
i miner. Thie is no present occasion
Jrnny such ttemgamuian stampede,
H' gentleniun fcays, out tne negroes
ropote getting out ol danger in time.
lie Cm net lf;iinl--A TuU'lilioiiu Comimny
Ollnnr I.or.il o.
eported for tlio Oiizotto.
Honey Grove, July ",-TUo cornet
ud oi iioney uroveKoes to hiienuan
. July 4th, Instead of Fort Worth, as
A joint stock company, toeiecttho
lepnone line tjetween mis mace and
adonia. is nartiill.y oruaniztd with
hares taken to tho amount of $1,000.
meeting of stockholders is to be held
ore next Thursday to decide further
iovement3. Tho Hell telephone colli
mv aim to retain the lion's share In
Ono caso "Ktdnsfc ,T. C. McDonald.
barged by Zemasky, the Galveton
rumnur, witii uuiawiuiiy carrying a
Istol, was tried in tho mayor's court
ast Saturday. ituDonald avus aciuit-
Tho oiti.Jiis of tho town readily
ladetin 8000 us a fund to assist in nut-
tug tho roads lending into tho place
n good repair for the fall trade. Such
mermise will tell In the marked nros-
e;lty of the city.
.i-mriH . ijerutueit uti.i jniin u.
Jallinger k'ft to-tlay for Mai-shall to
outer with W. II. Abrnun in lefer-
nce to I ho mirihao of land from tho
Texas 1'aelllo eoinoiuiv for the loea-
I ion of Homeland colony.
J, N. Plstle, whose illness has been
c-nortcd, died last week.
Judgp Jiramlctte, Into of the land
lepartment at Austin, has returned to
its homo hero on a visit for a few
Oif ow Cruisers,
Wfiul.tui.t.... rv n t..i.. i ini...
llonch is the lowest bidder for nil four
tu tno new naval cruisers. Tho con
tracts will ho invnided hhn. There
iwere only four hidden for each ve$c!.
A. Kcgro's Itrutul AumiuU on HI Jmallil
Sinter A Tilt 1eii een Afrlcu nnd Ituly.
Bpcclnl to tho Giirotto.
a ill vest on, July 2. On Saturdny
last Napoleon Smith, a tall, burly ne
gro, was lined by tho recorder llfteon
dollars and conts for Insulting and
Housing; the- wife of a crippled negro.
He paid his lino and was released.
This morning lib wus arraigned on a
charge of assaulting, with intent to
murder, Laura Gomer, a married wo
man who is urn sister, un oatiminy
ovonimr llin i.l.rld nfl.l. m1i.. frr.ni ,
custody, Smith" called nttho residence
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of Mrs. Gorner, and having gained ad
mission to the house ho went to tin
room occupied by her, wlipro tho wo-
man was lying in bed, having only n
day or two belore given birth to u still-
born babe, what occurred between ;
Smith and his sister is not known. 1
Smith suddenly iiov-lntonvlolenfcpns-'
""!, pelzed his suffering, helpless sis- f
tor by tnouuiroi ner neau, iiraggiug
her from her bed, ana bent
and knocked her about in a
shocking manner, and after having
vented his diabolical rage, ho Hung
tile llelple?1, sen:-eless woman Into a
corner, where she was was frundin ah
insensible crndiliou on the arrival
of a member of tho family, nttiueted
theie by the groans of the suffering
woman who is now lying in a preca
rious condition, her life liaugiiu by a
tin cad. Smith was committed to jail
without bail to await further develop
ments. Arthur Shepherd, a negro, and
Peter Baplisic, un Italian, had 11 set-to
yesterday with a boat hook nnd hnehet.
In which Jlaptiste, received an ugly 1
irnfth hi tlin linn. Iloth were RMit lie- I
n .: r:. . . . .. -t
forn the criminal couit under bonus 01
. The July term of the criminal court j
convened this morning. Alter em
pauuelling the grand jury, the court
A 'Letter rioin Stt'iilH'ii AV. Ioit
Vlcii-ot tlio Slur KouleTrlnl.
Sni'elnl to tlio Cliietto.
Little Itock, July 2. The Gazetlc I
phblislics to-nlorrow the followliig let-'
tor from S. "W. Dor.-Oi to Col. A. G.
Dcshnn of Little Jtock, iro)rietor of
the Capitol hotel:
WASinNciTOXf P. C. June 2j. '
To A. (i, Deslinn, 1 Ittlo Hock, Aik.: 1
JJi:ak JiM:-0our kind letter is1
lecelved, nnd giateful lecoliection ,
of tho many pleasant days
we havo spent together. 1 Ihankyoul
for my family and for myself for your ,
generous congratulations on tho result '
of the luto tti.il. It has been a contest
between a simple citizen and those,
who for a time administer the great j
powtr of llftytr millions of people'
against tho small resources of a com
paratively poor ni(.u and the hundreds '
of millions of debauched treasury ,
agaiuc-t all the .influence of
power, all tho -f infertile of
miblicotilcluls. all the '.venom caused ,
hv the wild denunciations. .of almo-t iug vaco. jj
jLhe entire -firess 'oT1tno-c?iriBrftlimMtas ati l.J
against methods whlc.li ni abliorred, t0 ino cHl0,r!l.V
and against all sem-cot ueconey, jus-1
ticeand right. If the people under
stood It, they would 'brush from the
face of the earth the Instigators of it
and those who carried it to tho miser-1
able end which 'It dually reached, j
Give my icgards to the friends who j
have so nobly stood by 1110 during the '
last two years. T am sincerely your ;
friend, "Signed S. W. Dohsuv. ,
OiMilii lllilrt Tor tin. ew Com t'lIotiKu
i:lltoil.ll 3Iunti;t!iiitMit or the 1'osl
Snoclnl to tho (5nL-ttu.
Houston, July "The county com- 1
mh-blouors will meet to-morrow; ; at
noon mm open ine uius ior iiiiuiiiiig
the now court-house.
Tlie Afiv this evening says Colonel
Carey W. Styles is in the city
and was in tlio editorivi room
Post this inorninir. Rumor has
he is to bo the editor of that
under itj new management,
reporter has it from
goou authority unit rumor is wrong
again, nnd that there will bo no
change In either tho working manage- '
mentor editorial staff of tho Post, at
least at preaeut.
TJiej city council to-day decided to '
pave Main street with ashphalt and all j
other streetH with giavel.
Sheriff Faub arrested Andy JenV
ins who stole a horrfe from Mr. Mtele, j
of Livingston, un his arrival in town 1
lilitrlct Court Crop l'roiuct4 A
rioiulm; SIill Jtoiidy to J'lifc
1'p tlio Tcli'iiliono.
Spoolal to tho Gazotte.
Greenville, July 2. District court
convened hero this meriting, Judge
The crop prospects are reported to bo
very good by fanners from dlUbrent
points of the county. Yesterday Are
went 100 mile3east of hore on tho Eist
Lino and found crops all nlong tlie load
to be very good. ' '
A movement i on foot here to organ
ize a stock company and build a large
untiring nun at tuts place.
Tho men lmvn jirrfviwl to nut tin the 1
telophono poats and wire, aim
bo done as quick as po&aible.
A RAILROAD LEASE.
Tlio Ilcuillni; AIluinjil to itim l!i .Irrxry
Trenton, N. J., July 2. In the case
of tlie Rending railroad leivjo of the
Jersey Central, the court agreed to
dissolve the injunction on tho tiling of
a bond in the nun of S2.3O.O0O that the
Rending company retain as a separate
fund subject to the order of the com t,
all tho moneys received from opeint
lng tho lines of the Is ew Jersey Cen-
trul rivmmt. i.nrli flu ii1ii iiiff-4inrv tn
pay the expemes of cnnducllng snid '
road, Sureties wero then ollered and
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MS ASYLUJr JlUKXEl).
llvupcrulo IlesUtnuvu on'ere'l to Iteiuoal
1y tliu liimnio.
Harrlsbvirgh, lh., July 2. Tho
n.... ,!!.. ...iintv iilmuli.iii.r i... 11,11. ,,.1.
laundry and sohoohhouse only ex-'
ccpted, wero hurntd to-day. All iu-
miitca were saved, including the in-1
sane, j-ome of Whom resisted removal
tlespenitoly. One woman was badly 1
burned, her clothing taking fire from I
Hying sparks. Loss, ?2O0,0W; la- j
suranec, $30,003. J
Vb m r k. P . L B 1 MS. HP HL HL HI HI f HI Hi VHvr il l I W H H Mr "m H- I HI 1HI H JwTftWini
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FORT WORTH, TEXAg, TUESDAYr
THE .0MT1? ' 01TY.
A PIERt FEMALE'S FEANTI0 IUSY
7ITH A PISTOL,
Tlio Iro Homo aiim ltir Tarect A l.u-
uittlu'H I'riiolloiil JoUr ltusliicjs
Hrlpf, nnd Social Chat.
Waco, July a.-r ho ico reposl lory
was a wouii place this niotnlng. One
KKJI'n Jnnh ThnniiiHnn ltiviwli.fi Mm'
" . ...I "J " ...t I i " .." .. I i" u" ,
in t-iiiivo twin nua "i i.i i;u uiic uv i.ii .
John Farley, tho proprietor. J2llii i
.Tatie went out, and Mr. Farley went to
d Mr. Knr lev went to
.he ear of the bul Id Ii.tr Ami wh Ue Ln-
jar of the bul
muicti nt worn wi
need nt worn was airntn nnnroaeliod
' . : . .
W lilizn. Tho occasion of the dllll
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cnlty was a dHIcrence of opinion with
icgard to a settlement. When
Jtuic- approached, Farley nicked up a
barrel stave, nnd Eliza Jane opened
lire on him with a thirty calibre rovol-
vef. .ir. l'tiriey retreated, and isilza
followul flrlr-s faw shots, the third
shot grazing "tho instep of Fnilev'ti
boot. Marshal Moore arrested
who was standlmr in the street wavnLrV' v, , Vi.' i"?. V,4r T ""? .fu . u"8,
her revolver and daring-tiny oltlrcu to
take charge of her. iurlu.uUely John
was unliijurd. the hoys
would reg, el b loao hint during tiio
summer scihon as ho furnishes
the Cinfral Uity in beer and soda
water. The would-be murderess is in
thfa hands of an officer, add will proh-
ably get quarters in the county Jail.
I Tho above facts we gather front by
sUindeis, as l3Ii.a, under at' -' e of her
lawyer, ictuses to inaue an .ateiuent.
e suggest that on her j xt visit to ,
e ite estuhllsbipent; n cominlttee bo'
po lUtd to furnish her quarters 11 ,
ice-box until she Is tiioroughly
The' citizens in the China Bprlngs
lieighboihood are preparing forn grand
liiii becue and celebiatiou of thoFouith
of July. Enough of piovlsious for
several thousand people have been pro
vided. Jtlchard Harrison, Esq., t'ol.
J. M. AndeiMHi, Judge J no. 0. West
and Hon. Jim. S. Moore aro the ora
tors of the day. The GA.irrri: will be
repieented unon the occasion. Any
visitor.can icst assured 01 a nospitame
reception aim goou enieiininmcni 111 ,
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V.I1111.1 riiuiiiHii. JJUi ' ii;iiiii: .uu iiuiiuiis
for their hosplUillty
An old man named Carter has been
playing jokes uj) n our merchants.
To-day he enteied the islabllsliinent
of Lew ine Bros, and secured a suit ot
clothes, giving therefor his check on a
Waco bank. The llrm presented the
cheek, and it was not paid, the said
Catter having no funds in the bank.
An oillcerTound Carter and he was de
pi ived of the now clothes, lfo would
havo been lulled had it not been dis
covered that he was iccently reloa?.ed 1
eomiillfhed imssciiEror ntrent of the
Gull, Coiorado & Santa Fe rnllioad, Is
doing aco. Hois doing his best to
mciirauon. and .visitor.
tiou or 'tie Fourtiiwor
July in l'ort Worth. Look out for a
strong Wnco delegation.
Dr. D. R. Wallace offers his house
hold nnd kitchen furniture forsile, his
duties as superintendent of tho brauch
huiatio asylum neci'ssltnting his re
moval to Terrell, where he will remain
superintending the construction of the
buildings till they are ready for the re
ception of patients. Dr. Wallace is
one of our most esteemed ciliiriiB and
the entire community will join us In
expre-sions of 1 egret that Waco is to
lose his sei vices as an alderman as well
as one of our most useful citizens.
A private letter from the Hon. W6b-
.Jut- I. Iniiiiunn in nnr lir.nn mfnt,
.)rev;nlC(i from miing his appoint!
t the icceiit tenth anniversary 0
iviiignts 01 Honor, snows thai he yas.
.'i. . r"4" .'-.-
y o' tne
Knights of Honor in Waco, on account
3Vlni).uilv of all tho KiilnhH
doubtless he has elsewhere in Texas,
for he is one of the truest and best and
most zealous of this noble aud useful
Dr. Robinson, after a slight nttacu of
bleeding at the lungs, was able to be
on tho streets again this morning,
lie will leave in a few days, as i-oou as
ho is able to travel, tor Mineral Wells,
In Palo Pinto county.
Curtain Ryron McKcen of Gatesvile
mii fn Hie city yesterday.
Prof. Rentier's concert nt tho opera
house to-morrow night Will be a splen
did affair, and those who attend uiu
uot fall to enjoy themsolvoa.
Nearly every boy In Wnco has a toy
pistol, and they have a habit of slip
ping up bdhfud each other and popping
caps iitialnst tho ears. One little fel
low was nearly deafened in this w.iy
to-day. There Is great danger that
Tho horse hitched to tho delivery
wagon of Peck & Jones, tied in
front of their storo on Aul-
till street, took fright at
n sln this nlternooii, which was being 1
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raibeu iiuu poaiuuii, oroxe ioosu unu
ran down Austin to Fourth street,
where he turned and brought up
against a telcgiaph post in front of the
G.izirrnJ's branch oilbo, doing no
damage except to frighten people
lounging 011 tho sidewalk and break
ing a bhaft of tho wagon. ( -
Tlio Uulf, Colorado & Santa Fo ofllco
has taken up with the music .store of
Mr. Seymour Ash on Fourth stroft.
! or u brief fceaM)ii they will occupy
these quarters, aim will shortly
to handsome quarters on the
Everybody at Clevel'iid it Cam-
on's tslabllshment Is busy to-day,
owlinr to the nnnierous calls unon the
time and attention of tho attaches of
the house. Mr. Clevelunrl was devot
ing himself to superintending tho .bill
ing and shipping of goods to the va
rious towns on the lino of tho Missouri
Pucliic, Central, Narrow Gauge and
Gulf. Colorado & Santa Fo lines. Mr.
Kliiiliroiich. of the
ha returned and Is kept busy present
Rig his orders.
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Crofton. Ky Jdjy 2. Wiley Jinn
hon shot SjftUhSlilei' UWi. 'h'
head yesterday; Rblh. wei-c drunk,
from the lunatic uy um at Austin. hl 1ISL.SJ1UV a, cmTr?0 0f eoiiHtrunilmi.
j to is now at large ivitn a sum pros- ,,,. , ...i.i,.!, . P,. ,.. ,,,i . ' ! In
pectof securing any moregood clothe. , tnicts ftro ,et tr Ql.eltjw rnnmh signs
.ir. 1111 nuuiL'i, iiiu uiu vi 111111 iii;-
, ?,' W,.f, J.SK l .S, 'I J. tM "they will . ceitalnly h tbosa.ntoeperoinnknown
l;Jy , IrotJ three weeks ViUiniaaruU fever. ' " 'Vein o such vM is as 11 ee ! l"! " 1l,b lrfI Bl .T "A? 'l i' !"
ot tho ' j ... ...,. ii.miL'hL to bo feomi! bottei- at t w . ' , ' .-V Ar . . n. t" , ielt arm jusfcbi low where It joins the
It that , h"' S?." V?u th !wi ilf 1 n who replt-ont hotfi intelligence apd , bmi(nf The bull lWl through
paper I ,1, " f ,V t , m w. SI,. A "'i, 7, caiillal, and, eoniiaiiy invito them to Uie niu,e)os uf hB ,, liml to the
Vo,ir do-1 ii was hour .xnrf T! o (IN-1 eo)5 al,V "luinu "? , .. ! leftside of his body. Mans dlednt
u.f"',. 7""? T,"?.V ":rvrA),. : ' from the imln of his
, '. "...l'" . " "r, " V- ' ..V.u,.....JrV,4r' I bors were btartled.
li.uvino in tl.u iuiiii.il niimini liiivo wi i ,,.,..,.! i iiw, B,m, ...,,.
1 :.. ..., ., 1......1 i.f...... ..,.. ...... io t....i tuied 111 tne same wa
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A .loj" Vi)itcrATiie Oruml Annlvnriiiiry
Celulii at Ion- A Lltornry riipcr
l'ror. Hcffc'n Aildrc.
Reported for tlie Qtotte.
Terrell, JnlyiJv-Tliere were services
at all this churches Sunday nuifdts
plte tho swelteih'ig weather tie alten
dance was cotieihl.
It must bo aia that tho Sunday G.
zi:nv. Is a solute of convenience in
pleasure to our people. We rect-lve It
at this place befi.te your great i relies
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'in ititiiiiiuuin in iiii: iiiiiiivi.rs.'ii'v pi.io
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ui.iuwii 11 iiiiviv. miiL'u in uiw i'hv fin
the Oth itist,, ll niixlous to have the
J'Ort Worth lodges and Fort Worth
hugely reprofcotjted. The lodges lieio
have ipared up pains or menus, in
making preparations for the occasion..
The grounds Ar in splendid older,
and the whole city ami
u vujuvwsif m wm uo ue
S . " ,,.5" "1 HTl. . X - 7.. " T.1:
rcVeTrv bv irtuUt ' "1 "u "'
Wo.e hooidtO be favored with a
1HW imbiCatloTM The T exas 3WI ct,
devoted to lilerWire. We tiust it will
hiMi. in w. wmlh- ..f ti.iw.n,. ,..,.1 n...
intelligence ana culture ior wnicn u is
i ' . ... . ' H ' .. n ... ...
IKMl'll. ' I
W' aro hoon phave street caw, and
no mistake; gas works aro talked
about and a llro engine will he tie-
mantled when 'all the Hue brick blocks
Ui.en complete) '
it Is exp-cted'that tho editorial and
ror,ortorial staff of all the Fort's pa-
now in coilifco. ol erection, siiiill have
reportoriai stau 01 an tile sort's pn-
))ei-s will bo rcpresentid Here on
the oth. Send us Captain Paddock.'
We have all heflrd so much of him '
wVjiig- anxlo.iH to see hhn. And
"Slado" would ahj bo a welcome vis
itor. . 1
Prof. Ttogir, of your city addiessed
our people last Satuidny on the subject
of free schools;cUui had a large and in- 1
Ujted atidluhee. A vote wjll betaken
to-moriow to learn the House 1
of the people on the bubjeet, ,
uiiuas our peonie are uuout eou.uiv :
divided, it will bo u cloao eonte-d
law Is bclnc a-iltntcd
1 here, but the "back doors" yield ns
readily a, those in your own city. Al
though oar authorllies are on tlie look
out, "ettinal Vigilance" is not the price
of whisky in this municipality.
?." lliill(llii;ii-.l l'iuiiti.tlliK I'm ty
tray billon Ci'iipii
Spcvlnl to tlio Giotte.
Hlllsboro, July 2.IIilIsboro is
rapidly improving. Five new brick
r -- 'ij vi.'i i i
Opera-House Company havo secured 1 l" '' "v a wu u
.. i.i , ...in1.,. i...... '.somewhat, when Perk lis lied.
: i""-"-w"..Uujl:irUBr ,i,lraUMl hlm jtQ lhc
L!.. ......, sn...(....tt.. ..t.t.i
ui i v:mt:. yx&j : vl
."" ...... ..v".--,.', ---. 3 ." I'..
auio luvesnneius. inu souiiiooumi
1 -l . . . . . i" fin. . .,. t i
Irainonthe Mis?ouii PacHlij railroad
brought the following named gentle
men! who are in on u prospecting tour:
K D. Steen and D. D. Evans, D.iville,
111 ; E. P. Steen, Fort Scott, Kns.;
Dr. .1. A. Adrian, Logausport, Jnd.;
.1. Railey, Georgetown, 111.; Dr. M. T.
Case, Aitici, Indiana : 'A. A. Enos nnd
Robt. Jf. lfa.lett, Springfield, 1)1. and
G. W. Washburne. ChiiloctbO. Ohio
The above named peisoriH, alter hav
ing visited every kind ollico In town,
obtained buggies und hacks and in
Company with J. D. Warner rode out I
rcUirnIn5j i,lS)t j
' ., . ..?.y.. i:.'i
to 1001; at tneusurmuiiding country
!i time to take the
, norm noil
north bound trnlji for Dallas. These
men replesent large amounts of Clip
tal. They are well pleased with nui
.UMIIlfv .111.1 will' Il la flltl. Ill MWI llOwf
lwi.iii.,.iiiu.v . . ....v. ... ...v. .,v.w
Crops aro ropoited good and tee
farnieis seomto ho in a fine humor.
13XXATUKA1I PARlJJfTS. '
lunulas l'ljY'tr Olilhlrtim IIihkIh ( llWft
j 1 lifin from fetoallo v.
Scran tan, Pa., July 2,-4Aino;igIlho
convicts taken to Philadelphia to-day
was a lad named Cliast Westeotl, con
victed In a Lick.vwaiuia coiltt ol lar-
f.nmlii tlicv luivo seen lit tne unite. .1... iti .;..,. .,..iu in nnim.Mi.iii .m
1... 1 "V" n.-.M.j 1 . "v ......-.. ...v.. 111111 11 miiuri'i Willi 11 KlUAIUilii (i lui.
ceiiy. iieisonooi twoHUisoi v. is. toiial district opened here to-day wuu
Weatcott, who with hi w lie Treated a , flat ler jug prospects.! Tho attendance
seiirtttlon bv cruelly toward his sons, of teaolnrs was nuieh larger then an
Charles and' Willie.- Roth boys seemed tieipated. Cob h W. Rooth made the
to havo a mania for sUallng. To speech of welcome on the part of thy
break them of tho habit. Mia West -
colt took Willie and knelt by u led hot
Move, and placing his bnte hands on it
nni.vcd for him, asking him to unite
with her in prayer. The boy beggnl
velllug so loud
1 . " . .'.
Charlej was lor-
hy bih lather
to steal, On nnot'ier ocwu'lnn Charles
! was compelled to stand on his html in
i a ban el linee hours, une jury acquit
' fed the Wcsteott's of cruelty to1 their
Incrcitno in J'ukt-OlllcvH J!tablliiticil
Washinglon, July 2.-DurIng the.
fiscal year just endel, there hove been
a net increiihein pot-otllccsestabllahed '
of ,0;9, compnted with the previous,
nscni year. ,
1 lie annual lepon u tno oiuni
llmtiinil .HvUlnil. IIGllhloil fifUi'i. ilinu'k
1 finiiLi t 1.M iiiitrrtvr
move tho receipts hiring the flsd year of)
same ' 5!!, ill applications for pension-i, an in
1 crease over the previous yu.ir of 11,5(50.
One thousand five hundred letters I
weie leceived from eoiigieosiueii,
Huriler and SiilcIiU-.
New York, July 2. Wm, 11,
tiinii. aired twenty-fonr. shot
r .,, ..t 1.1,. ,1. ....... i.-.,....i.. 1 iu 1
IV" nii.1 I i 1. 'J ." .r n'K i.V .r
thcu killed hltuKoR at Thnwg'fc JNock,
Wwtciiwier. county, yesterday., it is
behoved that he was Ins-die.
Tlio CoiiUueiilalN .Snubboil.
Washington., Jnly Sfr"" V'lV'V
lienUl (JuwpW of Wow QrlWim t'allwl
tttllfe WlilfcJIethrUthUttfieriiooii, but
dtd 'ot Le- '1 0 provident, as he wi
. i.. rls. .ie UiwriP Tho liax
ns he waH too
lVtoiirf mK cvcui"g-
JULY 3. 1883.
FOR HAILR0AD 00NSTRU0TI0N IN
.onVrorn Now York.'Cjuluilt-Tho IMo
thuilcStntu Trviuiiry XotoK l'rom
Sped id to tlin Ourolto.
Atifttn, July 2. Tlie governor re
OelvtJdthe following letter to-day from,
iviuuii. tj. jii:e, wuu
Aioert ii. nice, wncse amtress is H'J
Uroadwny, Now Yorl
' a resneouiuiy
respectfully call your ot-
n matter having
tho material welfare of
your state. You will agico with 1110
that tlio building of long lines of rail
roads throughout your state would be
of great benellt to the fieonlo.
Tlio people aro confident Unit
the; bonds cottld bo placed
by them. They know that
bankets do not advance money to
, huiM rallroAds. uud, therefore, they do
, not organize, not knowing 'Where to go
' for funds. I will, theiefore, Inform
you that 1 am prepared to curry
on the building of several long lines of
railroads at any time, and do not want
any money till sections of twenty-live
or fifty miles are built und equipped.
I would doilre companies to place these
, bonds to be
ensued wnen sections 01
or llfty mlk.s are coin-
There Is i-omo interest felt herein
the'Coilrtiight matter, but no informa
tion has been received ns to wh.it the
result of the trouble will be. There has
been no demand upon tho governor
yet for a mandate, and those who are
ina position to Judge ure of thooplnhm
that it will not be asked,
'offho. comptioller iegi?lered $10,000
school bonds for Rockdale.
TJie comptroller to-day deposited
-$."i,000 to account of the general reve
nue. Ifisoilleols crowded with the
paper of county collectors, who appeal
to be anxious to Settle.
The cash balance In the tieastiry on
July 1st Is 53,037,742.21.
Speaker Gibson of the house of rep
resentatives is in the city.
A I'altlirid nii AViUcIiuh HIh .Uiutor'R
Dpiiil Ilndy mill DHvUiNtiS Ills
' Seorot i)lurlv.
rlPCttit to Hid Oiiyutto.
Lovclady. July 2. Early ibis morn
ing tho boity of Andrew Perkins, a
negro, was 'found in Wooten's Held.
The coroner's inquest brought out evi
dence 1 hat Peikliihluid qtmrieled with
JJurdell l'arker, another negro, a few
1 days before the killing, mid Parker
1 .1 .. .1 1 .it n..t. .. ........ .1... iiiiii.ni. ..
mill 11 iiiiiiuuiiy ijvn iiiu niutiui wit
Saturday. Roth men wero working
dlfleretit pans ot the held, When
show that Pinker went
. woods and shot him twice as hCorau,
,jiieo ih,the jaw and Urn olher shot
1 c6nirngToutt)ver mo"iIjo.-H'Uiirt-9Hrti
would have killed hlm. Porkhi'jt had
woods and shot hlm twice as hCorau.
jj. ihtie jaw ii the. miw
ti dog which was louud giinruuig ids
master's dead body, and attracted at
tention to it by barking, l'arker has
left the country appaiently, for he has
hot been seen since.
t 1locoeryorY()iiiirniirl!'n lloily-A Slut
Sni.i'liil Ui tlio Cii.'ltc.
Corpus Christl, July 2. Tho body of
young llollowny uurite, who was
'drowned at ciuarautiuu stafion, was
brought to the city Must night and
' i.n.-i...i ti.l.. iiirili..r
TAflt nKj,t nt JJenavIdcs, on the
ycxw Mexican railroad near here. Mr.
jt. Mttns, oftho llrm orTaelriiW & Co..
I .1.11. .1 . ..., II... l-
1 vium hiniiiiiiiir on uiu cmiiei 111
dnvsftuo. and this Mexican Is Hits
proud as being the assassin. A pof-se
aro now scouring, tho country in
f-earch of tlie Hipponed murdeier.
1,. , ,...
OiM'iiliiK "flliO Kiiinnuir 'iirmiil Stliool-
Crii 'I lio Vew CuUvgc,
UpcvM fitlio Utizotte.
Decatur, July 2-Tlio normal
School for the 20th toiia
1 citi'ous of Decatur, and Ilea'. A. J,
ChaiubeiH, Col. J. M. U'NeilnndJ. M.
Dickson made appropriate addresses,
Mr. RniiWaricn. tho nriiielnal of tho
school, delivered a most eloquent and
1 nnnroiirlute address, She is very much
. . .!. .1.. 11.. .1 il.,
encouraged av me recepi,uiii nun um
largo atteudatieo of teachers. The
school will be a perfect success.
'in.u ni-niM Irt WUi I'iimlv lire. 11 n-
. . .!. .1.. 11.. .1 R.n
j procedentedly good,
A... V.l'.l. I ... .. ..w ..... ... . .
Tbo new college vhlcli 19 being
erected Is piogroMlIng Ilnely, and -lll
be ready for the fall termor heliool,
riiiteuriMl I" lio jrntur -Dlnlrlot
It?in llni Ilrouylit.
Hiuiolnl to tlio Garutlc.
Houston, July 2At twelve
Saturday night S, 7.
ehfinred with murder, was adjudged
guilty of murder in the Hft'ond degrcoj
nud Minis iiiiont fixed at twenty-iivo
venrd hard labor hi the penitentiary,
The trial excited iriuch Interest, many
lfnlir-H uttendlm; the court dully.
Dish R't court adjourned to-day.
Dlhtriet Attorney Grimes was very
successful tills term, securing convlc
tlon hi every e.ice, six Of felony bejlig
Crops of this county will bo short,
lowing to continued drought.
"- ' . .
n.i,ti'nii..tini 11 1 linnrillilll V
.1 J1J..1J. UI.IT4.M 1.I.HJ1UJH..IH
01i.BUiinw nii'lXcnriy a. Million Dollnr.
' .. .'.
IwlMnl ,n .. ,)nrn.to. "
Rnltlmore, July 2,-23noch Pratt ex
ocutfd a deed of the Pratt ,fieo library
to tho city of, Jlultlmore, and vuvmhlH
check for pm.imn S9t wjiieh htihiveatyd
In city bpd. fr the fciipport pf (lie
library. The building is nearly com
pSvtedi hud the library will lie ready
ior uwx-aH fcoon as tho !uU-rior!s ninde
redy.tO receive It,
1 .. 1
J'JLOTPOIST. " I ftTv'Tfe
Tlin Telephone l'ro)onltloii-TliQ Smnnirr
8jectal to tho Onratte.
1'iil't Point, July 2.Tlie South west
ern Telephone company want to ex
tend their lino from Denton to tills
place. They ask u guarantee of sixty
live dollars net per month. The prop
osition is not favorably regarded by
business men or the nubile.
A lend of Watermelons on the square
to-day, the first of the season, sold lan
kily. The hornlhl soholl for tho dis'rlet
comprising the counties of Denton and
Collin, commenced this morning with
a small attendance. Tho exercises
opened precisely at o'clock by Dr.
ML R. Franklin, tho conductor. He
slated 111 a tew brief remarks the oh
ject of thu institute, and then read
portion 01 tne .enpiuro from, the Ilv-
tcOiitlt chapter of John, which was
followed With iimvor bv How J. H
Nobles. To-moriow tho school will
be iu coinnleto worklmr order. Prof,
J. H. Allen of MoKInney wllL conduct and his young man Vie ilfi lo u
Die exercises In spellliigt Prof. W. H. $2 600 S k . 1Ul loss !s
Rlddlo of this place h reading- Mb. ' Ruiglars suecessfully entered t-evcral
A. E, Hlgg of Dciilou In; more jcfihlcncis kut flight, obtnlnlfr
geogranhy. ciuillned to mountains; .small lowurds. b "
Miss Lottie Jackson of Denton, In I There were twenl'v-two tU-dlis. in
arithmetic : In fraetions ; Miss Elllo week, a largj per ffl. King SuiSS?.
Joliiison ol tills city, in history of the I fives who came too Into tot relief.
Lulled Sta es, com ucd to the early 1 Jerome Harris and othera leave to
dUi'overlesin America. Good music morrow to spend the Fourth in tho
will Intersperse tho exercise". (Fort.
urs. Anderson, mother 01 John
ami James Anderson, after n short 111
ne'H", died this afternoon.
Miss Anuu Luil'd, an accomplished
young lady In this city, has taken a
position m book-keeper In Xewhury &
Co.'s hardware store. May abundant
success crown her e'lbrts, which are
woithy of Initiation.
Sii1)Ii'Iiiiim Jloxlrtui Ciiptiiretl Tho Nornuil
School A Croohml D.ulsoy In l.lmbii
Specliil to till) GilCtto.
Rretihani, July 2. The count v of
Heera captured a suspicious Mexican.
Antonio Rodriguez, with several
itl'ases, supposed to bo from San An
tonio or Austin, Hois pock-marked,
aged 'J3 or 10, weighs about 150 pounds,
live feet eight inches high.
The summer normal school opened
to-day with about forty students, with
Jay E. McGuiro as principal.
Real) Johnson, a negro porter for O.
Mlnkwltz, grocer, concealed hlimclf
in the htore Saturday night and stole
$10 in cash," and aho Hour, cigars and
sugar. Ho is now in Jail.
Several architects are hero to bid 011
the new court-house.
A CitnUilliin Criittlieil mill Killed by
Cat i--.l)'cliU!iit ton Cur Couplcr--TI10
Special to the Cnutte.
Rig springs, J my i. A man by the,
line ol Allen, from Canada, while in-
name ol Alien, lrom Canada, wliiio In- was a closing of till gambling
loxieated last nhjiifwan run over by a J houses lieio for the p;ist six week".
ttvifiUii ti'.t,MliUvitiy,lvl'rt',friUiJ;tiHM-,. Jn.w- AS5ia.ilJLsieL and
tlie eiPeets of wliich luTdledJniv fewTn imm imiirnra
hours. Jf e had been on a
-everal days and came to
jvuomtui nour niter 1111s necmeiu uv
curied, one of the yanl men while
coupling cars was caught In the wheels
and very badly Injured.
Preparations are being made for a
grand celebration 011 tho -till.
The Sunday law was very closely
observed here yesterday.
j . i
nvi i'AS.sA(in oi' Tiuicnuitt'ii nihr..
Rerlln, July 2. Tho upper house of
the Prussian directory by a Vote of
sixty-four to sixteen adopted tho gov
ernment church bill. Gassier, minis
terof oelesiastlcal atlidis, declared (hat
the right of uomliiutiou of oclesiastki
beni'tlclailcs was not wurth conteml
Ititf for. ' , ",':"
1 ' - J'KANpJ.V-
coxDirxo.vor Count nn cuasiiioui).
Paris, July 2. It U stated that the
rejapse of the Count do Qhntnhnid was
due to the bursting of un intestinal til- j
tumor. The Clarion bays the case of,
tlio count is not quite hopeless. Tho
new of the eonnts illness caused great 1
excitement in Pari yesterday; many 1
prcsuiiKiriliat lio wfl ftclurtV.y dtaw,
'I'lw. tiimitit-fmui.i nck0111i1if.11 unu
. M ...,.. W. ...... U.II..I.II.I.V. V...V
hope, a telegram was to ho sent to
Paris. As 110110 was iccelved up lo
noon, tlicwoist is feared.
itni,i:AS?i:t) kuoji quauatinu,
HivviUia, July 2. Tho steameis St.
Rernard and Kate, whloh arrived from
Romb)iy a few days ago, were released
from quarantine. Theie were no pa-'
of chdlcia on board, es previously
fctateil. ' J
KCT1 l'OSTlVlWl-'I). . . .1
Paris. Julv 2. Legitimist fetes In
tho iiiiDio of DeChttnibord, fixed for
to-day, uro couiitetinauded.
as annexation sciikmi:.
liOnilOii, .ntiy . -in 1110 iiiiuso ui
lords this afternoon Lord Dorby, clo-
said the, governineni
td .annex xvf
Giilnea, owing to (lie enormous etout
of its territory, (he unknown charnetor
oftiie interior and the certainty that
tho iintivfn wmdil obect to annexa-
the luiiivo-i would object lo annexa
iu tho house of commons.
A wrj'j3jiAN' cowsa.
Zukerfort. winner of the first prUe
In the Internatlolial elieSstoilrnaiiient,
H going to America,
Lonlou, July . It Is deebled in
Cyprus (o allow no refugees from Lgypt
to hind on the Island, beeatiio of a lack
W'f 1115.1 1' .!' ....
Loudon, July 2, The report of the.
dt-atli of the Count DuL'luuUberd if
up mo ireniHis utseiuuieu mis 1 ;, ,,.-.,", ,,1,1 ninu tiiUM Willi
nloriingatthe house of the Marquis VrttU W? fevJ S'HSstiw
de RiViTux-Hrezo to consider tliclr . ,v W J? " fJF$'&$S$J
course in the event of the count's 2 ". ""J m KurJX He
death. A coiisitltntJoii of jihysiclans """XIiMmo h iwllofcut tx,
was to bo licld nt Frohbdorfl the WiiS!
count'ii residence, and If there was any l1 9l,m,imatup
premature. .AHJiopwjof Jlla recovery-'whm
...... r. ..tuiiwlnni'il. '
.. . ....r '."".. - -.
'. t Cruelly to AhIsiuN.
New Haven, July 2,-r-JXttgitett;,
uvueru ine nurse xHpieii,n w'
ine annual agsuut eiiHWV
is aw 1 orK to ftitonmf" vw
miles, ww nrrv((d on Hu
ATTPTJT iwn '.rU'VSi
" ' "au. "WIWtmMn A raf
A New Trn.le for N-ew qr,CB
""- ""lpeu. 2
Siipclal to tlio Owtettc.
iu vvnionio, July 2,
are making on tho SUnseVsE
PacllionhuHhek New OrliitS Rl1
or immense vhwitsiiliiiiioiii ilT.'.t l
to New Orleans
M California "to
commence In a sboit time.-'" ",
Aiexandrlo uioita nhafOtWlTriw
c I " ty by Olllcers Radeiv nowfi'
)- Riper for stealing tirteeii horses C
u Charles Fulton. The homef kci" re
wen weie lust nirht nmiaii.i:v:v&..
Antonio, a Jeweler, who recently
started a blanch houee at El Paso
viaueu unu piace a low
fomui iw di, ..i..wi .....1-.1.. ?".",""
Martin, formerly district;
eleik of Ivlnney county, has inirehused
the Fort Clark 3'jmi. T'he former
prnuietor, mv. uarnhlll, will be a
v iTr.iuuTsio.v stock.
A Motion to Vui-aIv tho l'ri.Uinln.ii-j' lnjunc
'New York, July 2. The rnpe of
Wm. S. Williams and Rufus Hatch,
against tho Westqru Union ipul all
others, was decided In tlie superior
court to-day by Judge Friedman, Tlie
motion wns to vacate the injunction
grunted last' December, wliich re
strained the payment of divi
dends upon .15,000,000 of
stock, w'hlch was declared
to bo legilly issued, upon the defen
dants tiling a bond as. authorized by
the amendment to tho code enacted by
the last legislature, sUllloieiit to In
demnify the platmiU's against anv loss
tlicy might sustain by ronton of tho
vacating of such Injunction. This
motion was made by the Western
Union Company and Judge Friedman
denies it. , A
n llrlof Stisi.Mnliiii tho Ciuuhltiis
Koimoii Am In rail ISttiHt.
S)(alnl tothp anreltin
Memphis, Teiin,. July 2.- Momoe
street Is again reipiondotit with elec
tric lights, Tile state legislature at its
last tcsion pnitd a law mailing
gaiubling a felony, the result of whictt
was a closing of all gambling
nnnitimtlnrv. 'IVi.nllrht. tlin iri'idln
j voice of the plko eouicdlaii bleaks
4 upon tho night air, and all games not
enunienited in the bill, and they aio
numerous, mo In full blast. Of couio
theie Is soino private undoiftlanding
w 1th the powers that be,
A LOT 01' APPOI.NTJIKJU'.S
Mmto by tlio I'u'Mlilent-A Km Hiiprcnio
Washington, D. C. July 2. Tho
Prcsltlent made the following appoint
ments: Col, Hnlabird qunitei muster
general to succeed Ingulls, iqtlied;
Win. J. Galbiallh ajsoclnte justice of
thnsupiemo court, Montana; Samuel
J. Klrlcwood, rowa; Silas R. Dutcher
New York and Anlhony llkeson,
Now York, com ) lcIoiiei-s tp examine
forty-five miles of railroad and (olo
graph Hue constructed by the Oregon
"A CiiUthniUi railroad company, south
ward from Rosenberg, Oregon.
' . .1'
ttl'.X IJOilS Vl Hr.llUST,hY
. ..I..... 1 1...
In AniillicrVetil taBHallio HuKeyHS Vn'O"?
Rostoh, July 2,-GoveruOr Rutlor
sent to the house hi veto.of U)e bill to
levy a slate tax of 52,000,000, Ho does
not believe in raising money before it
is needed, and letting It He in bonds at
thred per cent., while the poor people
w!' ijiv taxes must Ixurow at moio
Jiilfnl Hiatei WarMiol Henletiged.
Lltlio Rock, J"0iy 2.J. JI'. Rrown,
Jr into United States marshal for the
custom district ot Arktuiras, was
to-day tentonced on two counts for
forgery and perjury iu vouchors
udillu 11. denntv. The totill sentoncO is
flvo years' jihprlsoiiiileiit at Detroit,
and ptie thousand dollaia line.
Ilaviinii Hiisar Jivet
Havami, July VVtl11
during the week CQidlnued entire v in
active; molnsFts sugar, ffii u 3 H1.";
I Mttscavado. wrtontoMzM
; reals; centrifugal. Id Wftf m'o"
reui, xsk-iiw ",, ;T AL T k! rrtib- 1110
in liiidn., bags and boxw.M ro3, mo
jho Rig RnUrosil bjwHwtt.
T,iianoH, "&-Jul Z&&
of , ' ," , t on of tlie t'Of'l'J'" :
"' .V'...n. c Amor an were filed
"i, . Hie seorelry ofhito to-day, and
w b'ohtnt to-moirow ,f Sff
of the Ulterior; a W'vsJiliiKhm. The
eoiai anys espum B y""w"'""
T-... il, It.ailiuAT
Torflv City. July 2, JobiUIaWard,
c4 WdSl mJE fcW wrecker ot ho
Mechanics and Laborers ;biuV
sen fenced to eighteen uumtl '
i,ttu iionhontiury, He vts' ininictll
ately tuken (0 prin..
. .wrxsui -aitiim.
XjLWbBiSBL. .u1.mu . JHBKwldk
"wB,-"-. JiiaZrf; r
SeiUHHHJS' "Sy.'JSJJkAU 'IaAZKL
'ZSXZh !rWm&'aimr twSvSwbHKj, rVM
iiw .MHPff .earkiitiitod in aw yyuww mms Sbja
' i7 j v