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cccssor to tho Democrat-Advance.
FOllT WORTH, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, JULY J. 1883. ' "
LL OF OHAELES 0. 0ANN0N
tlio Aft'rny AVlilrh Co.stlllni Ills
-.u Iniiirtliil Statement
lllo, July 11. Th6 remains of
11011 of this city, tho victim
untlui; ninny at beymour.
Mm i'itv this mnrntnir. ac
id by tho wlfoof the deceased,
interred in 1110 city ceiiioiory
lock to-duy. A largo cou-
iltizciis niui outers witnessed
ionv. Tito botiv was interred
cc Alnsons and Odd Fellows
with the rites peculiar to
uftlers, in both of which
CMod was 11 niein
irood standing. " A
nber of stockmen irom all
eri! Diluent at tho funeral.
L'pnt lias oust a veil of doom
iiiijiicsa and sociul circles of
Tlio deoiased was thiity-
ot age, and ranked as one of
prominent and lcspected
J 10 was reputed to be
Uiu ) nf. the tlino of Ids dentil.
known to bo comparatively
iicni. iio lenvisnoeniiiiren.
in it her niirt 11 Unvoted wife
m uii'ii the loss of his sub
lowing, concerning the death
11, gives tlio particulars sub-
a- stited by both sides :
no killed Cannon, was a bar-
no had a commission as con-
t lit, tbn lime of the diillcultv
iiiratred in the capacity of ah
liii was mixing drink. Just
ill- t.iouhlt! occnried. Cannon
fstol at a rallle. Stepping into
n at which Jones was en-
lic win verv exultant
:md luck . and invited overy-
talk up and take a drink,
lg the bill, Jones said there
enty thinks, while Cannon
d 'flint theiv were only
TWonilmr aiurrv.?-hu x-
".lonea, this Is not the only
have attempted to swindle
t.i inl II on 11 horso race once. "
died bv trivintr this thu lie.
nioii diew the pistol won at
le. which was empty.
hm cocked his pistol
oil's fiici' when the latter
h wennon on the llnnr. snvint':
flyou are acowatd or you would
Jiut, w lien you Knew nimo was
il If, tutlilv t lw.ll tiifm'!'mfrl nllil
iaerents were separated. Altc
jCaunnn and ids friends pio
to JiilVey's saloon, imbibing
,s iney came out. uuuuoii
i'iii irond lit-'ht and Htnl'tcri
uj.soutji ot thebull'Ilng as though
tfyubf go to the back door,
itherc was 11 poker room. Just
ed the southwest corner, he
slight of thiee men sitting
Tln-y wire- Jones and his
The latter jumped up si-
mttslv and Cannon drew his
lid conked it. .Innos oxeluiincd
up," anil imnudiiitely tiled the
i!ir rinntmii vjvml? tn tlw irrmnwl
..f .., ....... ...y, tw ... . .........
11 uoiupicieiy puiui.cu, aim
itol when found was still
aciis occuncd Ja-t night jn the
lijuhxui, kept by Ed. Dwyer, be
kwn parties named Wright and
w. A smashed pane of gluu was
ify serious result,
unfortunate young man of this
Jvho fell a&leep in a noted diVu
Scity last night, awoke to And
relieved 01 nuy miliars uy a
ckot. No clue to the perpe-
ty criminal court hits been 111
since Monday, the docket being
! School Tux i:ictln Snlo of tlio
llill-ltuln mid and Crops Tim
1 the Uaottc.
11, July :t. We linvij been in-
1 in the luxury ol an election
tho bjecc of which was to
So sense of the pv-oplo in regard
reescltol question. 'I lie vote.
.lit l(ii) lor luxation to conduct
in is and os uirunist. The cloo-
red IT quietly '
Biy nigi t, at a mci tingol siock-
01 in Terrell Uii Mill,
ngreid to sell the 011-
periy to J. A. iuishlitir.
fell merchant for So'J.OOO
Kurn .Mr. Jiti-diiuir sobl his
Imirchandi-u to Mes-,rs, J. 11.
Eroy & Co. and U. L. Jones &
ftllon. J. N Hushing his broth-
U'-Hociate himself with him and
fist nn additional 5-30.0J0. This
la ample capital to carry on the
in Mimvci fell here this eve-
otit I! o'clock. It cooled the in-
heated uuiiosnhero a trllie.
this section arelooklnir fine.
iy will b a great day in Terrell,
ju occasion 01a Picnic and ball
ITralit 'Wiocikeil No I.hcs Lost
l'roe l'low ofl.u;or.
to tho Oaettc.
ip, July !(. A frclglil train wns
Rl home two miles south of this
lis eveniuir, smashiinr thlims
prnlly. Ten cars were thrown
10 track, some of thorn be nir
vith beer from jump's brewery.
11 lager is iiowing in a Btrenot.
inree irnin men were seuously
it none latally. The wreck will
ed away in 'iiuo for tlio nii&sen-
row Ouiiro ltoud Cniiti1ctiil,T:a.
Ili! Ai'l,uiiai Ilrldco Tim City
Jcl.t Mmrly Wlpud Out.
o tho CliucUo.
J Hock, Ark.. Julv '.). Tho
fc St. Jjotils Paramoro road was
ted to-day. The gap north of
vansas river was cliwcd. the. lust
laid thiseveninir. The road
opened lor trodlc Irom end to
soon as the biidgo over thu Ar-
rtver is completed, which will
lty debtof Little Bock will bo
ring the next year. Tho lu-
vaiuiuion of city property this
111 raise a larger amount in
lau was untieliMited. Tlio d.dit
Idled on the city in reconstruc
mes and amounted to several
11 uioiisantl dollars.
SAM AS'TONIO.' v,i
Mr Alioiit (ho ItorKlnnfihnHoidlnvrgt
Xllnllrond HofliiltalAiniyCltaiiKCH '
-Wuhiiii lUnilj-lo Dcinitt.
Hpoclnl to tho Gazette.
San Antonio, July !J. Clen Bee, son
of General Hump Hec, vouches for the
truth of tho recent telegram from this
city rehitlvo to the miaouing of sovtn
hivlji by Mrs. Christum. Her obicct
wttf to Kill OUO Bdrldtt to )rovent"the
envelopment of'ccrtnln moJn a
civil feuU, nnd in tho poisoning of Bur
kitt thu woman found it neces-inry
from their presence to poison two
others'. The Mexican was mortally
ttlTceted by the poison and suicided by
drowning before tho poison killed him
The Fourth will be celebrated bv (lie
llreincn, and a polo game at San Pedto
springs played by expert and practiced
3'oung Englishmen. Many people
have arrived from tiie adjacent coun
try to spend the day.
Fifty-live lu'ics of land were to-day
puiehased south of the city from Mnj.
J. 1'. Hickman by a gentleman named
I'olk, presumably as the site for an ex
tensive ru II ron il 'hospital to bo elected
for the Southern Pacific company.
Maj. Bach will go on duty August
1st, and Mnj. Dodge oh July 1st, as
postmasters at his post. Maj. Wtusou,
the convicted cnibez.ler, haves shortly
for nh Iowa piisoti and Is preparing
for the journey. His term asan olllcer
of the army expires lo-tlay.
f icn.N B. Swccl'.er has been relieved
aspOst commandant bore, and will be
superseded by Gen. Elmer Otis, who
is expected to arrive to-morrow. Both
ai e ollicers of the 8th cavalry. '$
Mne rains fell about us today. At
Hondo City, Medina county, the light
ni"g t-truck the wire, paralxJng the
olllce. Very heavy rains fell in that
A Itailget or Non, Notiw unci TI01114 oT In
IcrcMtA liny's Itclor of Current
sjpcolnl to tlio Oiizortu.
Dallas. July n,Unlted States Mar
shal MCKee has appointed Tho--,. E.
Gerrin, of Denlonrdcputy marshal for
that portion of the Indian Territory
uttacbcil to the orth Texas district
with headquarters at Fort Sill.
Superintendent Wallace, of the
branch lunatic asylum to lie estab
lished at Tcnoll, lias determined not
to have a temporary building erected.
J. L. T. Rainy, a young farmer fioni
Cook county, was run over
this morning by a Hous
ton & Texas Central train near
Richardson. His left arm was ampu
tated near the shoulder. He clai ins to
have been put oil the ears by the con
ductor six miles from where his ticket
was purchased for, and that being
tired lie s-at beside the track to rest,
fell asleep and was run over. He
thr. ateiiti to sue the.company for dam
ages. He is in thu Dallas hospital.
The time cent postal order law for
five dollars or iess went into client
July 1. The Dallas post-ofiice lias re
ceived no postal order blanks nor any
instructions concerning lliem. Them
haVe been several applications tor the
United States Attorney Bigger left
to-night for Enfl is tow31fvi?f if Fouitli
of July oration. Congressman Well
born went to Galveston for the same
piirpii-e. ' --,.
('. A. King, ex-cliief of tho Kuox
ville, Teiin., fire department, now a
Dallas cotton mci chant, to-day prc
binled Chief Kahn of the Dallas de
partment with a lino belt and a lhe
nieii's emblem of a hor-e shoe -and
cro-sed nuzzle, as an evidence of ap
pneiation tor his services at the late
cracker factory lire.
BUEOLAE SHIELDED BY
How ln n Wlilnlcy SiiIioii Tlie Summer Nor
-poelul (o tho Gazette.
Whitesboro, July .'). A lively row
occuned hero liwt night about 10
o'clock at tho Bon Ton saloon. Wl Wy
mid befr bottles wcie c inverted into
culw of waifaro and blood Unwed fiee
ly and there were two or three bioken
heads and gushed faces before the Jij.ht
leiniinated. The participants, as well
as could be ascertained, wore Ueoige
Freeman, Vm Miskimnion and a
painter whob name could not be as
cu-t.iined, all residents ol the town. It
is thought that no one was seriously
injured The parties have been ai"
rcsied anil thecaso will bo investigated
before Mayor White.
'The Summer Normal Srhool opened
luroACsterday, l'rof. A. V. V,rils.ui In
charge The attenrlrniceiis yets not
large. All the teaehj-rs of the'eountry
ought to attend this school, ii their
association, interchange ol idea's t.nd
intellectuul drill in the school under
the supervision of such a man as Prof.
Wilson would ceitainly prove b.-nefi-cial
t'ltliem in tiielr w.ok heivaftur.
Regnn, the litllodaugliH-r of our es
teemed citizen G. SI." Ri-simt, died
this morning of typhoid fever.
It is extremely hot and gi tting very
(Jllnilual Court Calernlur Till) dloi lolls
I'oartli-.A Sluilty lMihllu Srhool
Spoclnt to tho Garotte.
Sherman, July .'.Robert Scott, for
theft of u horse from T. C. Roberts;
Frank Moore, for burglury ; .Icsie
Hopper, for theft of watch;..!. U,
.lmieu. fithiu Toolr .rnlinfin ,tn,l A 1,1
Hughes, aliasCliaric3 Jones, for theft
of horses, were before Eiuirc'Bulloek
t'Mlny. Scott, 3Inoro'nnu llnppcr had
nan nxeo, uui. luiieu 10 1111 luuir ooikis
mid -wept to jail. Tho other.two par
ties are still awaltiug ti deeMon from
The llrst watermelons, of the standi
were brought to ouv .ihaiket to-dayr
They sell fioni ii3 to 50 cents apiece.
Hon. Ben Christian and Dr, Trolin
ger, of Wliitesboro, me in toe city.
Pcopiearo pouring Into the city torn
every direction, and tho fun has com
menced in earnest.
Tho proces-ion to-morrow will form
in order on South Crockett stuet lac
ing north, and move fio-.i tlies'iuih
west corner of tlio squ.ne noithui
Mulberry; thcncocasttojS rh Travis;
thenco south to the grounds. Scveiul
special police will be sworn In to-niglu
Wo have lieard intiniations that tho
foundation of the new public M-hool
building is unsafe and of very poor
material. This public edilieo should
bo constructed with much care mid
safety, as it will .bo a living hlYe ,of
humanity for ten months in tlio year.
No tumble-down foundation should bo
received bv the building committee.
& 'I " ' ',
Tho Ititilt 01'wo-r.ouil HuiipruIiiKS Vldtofs
Spoclnl to the thicottf.
Ltinipasas, July 3. Our Sherlll vea
terduy pjit Into tho county jnil a Wo
man who gbes by tho name of
"Jolianiri'Badt." She is under In
dictment for being implicated with a
uinn named John Perk ns tor mui-dor.
ing her llrst husband whose name was j
Wntklns. It seems that slie
and Perkins ran oil' from
one of the Southern states together timl !
that afterwards Watklns found them,
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ii uii mum L-oiiiity wiieu iney snoi.
nun i waiKins.j
THE OBNTKAL CITY.
VOL. m n-.a77
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STEAY WAIFS AND NEWS
tXuMMiiMiar Tall-Ttu, Strict ltnllunv Kx
and ,rJnl Chat. -
HcportcU Tor tlie OaXuiu.
Witco, July . Vestyniny n number
ol citizens Inteiestcdin the growth,
welfare and mnturlul nroHiu-rtiv .,r
.- 1. . . ... i ... ... ' f'-' I --",.. V.
Moin j'crKinsaudtliof waco, met with a vfew-to thu etub-
Too HlRli lathe Soclnl Scnlo Tor tho Law to
llcacli Death or Captain ltcinoul
Local lti lefs.
Slieclnl to tho Gazette.
Galveston, July, 3. Lust Friday
night tlio gun store of P. H. Hennes
noy fe Co., on Tremontslreet, was bur
glarized of two of tho latest impiovcd
Colt's .shot-guns, and a liandsomoly
inouuted revolver. The case was
given into tlio hands of Detective Mike
Hennessey, who tracked and arrested
tne tiuet in Houston.
stoutly denied hi
few hours coullneincnt
fcsed the robbci
of the nroncrtv. Tho voiini nun ! mul Bkippcil tho country witli a ' part of someof them to-advimeo
was brought to the city Saturday VV.'-, Af W " , f,n."l
night, but in eonteqtieiice of his re Mi John lirklds did not lellsh being
spectahlo connections the parties bin'- tro'l 11 that manner k, he made
glarized refused to proseouto' or the J f""lV,,1i l,t 1VUlt.lK..g ?"" J"ry fi."h,tl n '
otllcers to give his name, thus shield-' U ' ,J ' u8 "sl 'oth ftrk"W ftVd, ?
ing a thief. I Vntltliia. Tltoy 'could not catch the
ipi.tu .,!,. 1,, .,f .ii.i- ..i....ir woman, but Perkins was 111 rested, and '
jit tii residence of Mrs. Fit.- j Jva8 nflrwards, about one year ago, re- ;papor and one iirtjiiinet:amufo with the
Mmnlons, in tills city, Capt. Wm. II. 1 ,lvT , V" Y, "'. V1' lu u"8 limu ,l"8 ' ,a V. '," luueuieius ot tuocoinmu
Kcniiiui. 0 isew itouiietie. jN. v.. ate "'":"' "."".":. """" o .-....,. a.n-.. s' r auoiuouui re
master of the line steamer Aransas,
Wtfiiesir or oVernl .cases of blnch
jniiiKiivo In the county, ThCro have
bji three deaths from this eiltifo lit
tho county within the p st three
An expel lenrvrt bookkeeper desires
asih-si Ion In 11 ,vood liouec. Addlcss,
J. M box 10!). AVaco, Tes.
rro?e,or Rclsner guvo liis annual
concerato-nlghtjii honor of the grad
."i: ir, ,,1s . "ush dtifs. It was well
altCiulet, and thu urnhjlc wim excellent
ATTEMPT TO M0fTt. t-.,-WHO
ltnllr-tiil ni i'S
Snccinl In ., h" "$
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.Mtirsiiaii, July a -When 'ti & ,
sor Reisncr as a tcaclwrof music.
(lotiotij ho has a superior In
Many Witeoltes io fn
ilO tit llrst I , , , "-' vl .' " cuiiiiiivMis, nub ...-iiiiiviii 111 niiwiiiu Iirsi-CIUSS (ttlliy (h w h vmut'iuiuiu-iildrrmv
s guilt, but after it 1 Y,ll,lS ;" i' euec uuiou noi oeingsus-; newspaper, -j'lio meeting was com-1 ,, v1""-u, nuinoor 01 ladles lind gen-
In jail, con- ;,UU,1L7 oy.uio eviuonco iney were re- ; posed ot a number of the wealthiest I '"""' spenu tho Fourth on tho
rv and told I i,V . ,' ouul1 ll"ir ucr release mra. 1 niercnanis in inocttv, anil t hero wns i""1 " " " 01 mo iJOsquc.
i... ....i ,i.J Watklns ran away from Perkins ' evklenth u Htintu'dlHimilimii n. iw. ' Our district court hii.tv1i-Hiiliv mi.
1 showing creut prollciencv In U rIu.
I don s andndlectlng .credit on profes-, Marlon couiilv. who wi XJ"
We ' iy bung by a mob, ivas arrM ITO
the 0 ty rt colored ni.11, by tlio'Sft V
. I D iok Luiio lielnta tliem ft,Wf V
On, ladf Friday 'fertv
or nuy negi
1 l(1t,,l I... ..7.A .... i.....
jv.iuun ,y uuuor lVO
v.i,t' ... : .
il 11,1. .3 , W
' swore Ihoy would kill i ane'fi M
ng arrest Douglass, t'a tLa1
rimy called at lift hoaA fe
,iu, 1 jouriico. rno clerics will
means for the issuance of u largo daily. I '"'"mcs mrapprav
a proposition was received fioni the nr. . u.uow
xauuner rutiUsliing Comptuiv. I u,uKg'i( nasjusi returned rromuiTVisl- wuni 111 juu. Thovweio lined featiiA
n.l,Il I.. ..(;.... ..i..r...i .,.. . ' ' irii lnm In tt-.iL lm.,,..i...i' 1. 1.. 1 ,i.v-h ,li. I... 11. . . ,. ""-V3J UlO
,.,,.,!, ,,, i-iivvi, fiail'U lUUU HID I '"'"'" "wnnioui. inn iiounv. WAI' ""J y UIU ICCOriltr.
company were desirous ofincrcaslng , ,.-Ur,.:X:.11' '"I'kt'H, our unijoir, and 1 A telegram from Joluwsnn Rnva
tneir stociv to an amount that would ' iU'3, I,KS I't-'turm-ii rrom San Anto- ox-uoumyJUdgQlIotmh ws-.T-sslim
wairanttliem in issuing a first-class ' ,,l' ?whero Mm, Wilkes, went to be ted (hero last night. Ho wau-shoi. fr ,
1UOOUSU wnn h 101
died. Capt. Renand has been don-,
necttd with the Morgan lino for many ,
years, and for ten years has been '.mis
ter oil the line. He formerly coninian-!
ded tho Josephine, and until
about tluce mouths ago,
when ho Was taken ill, was command
er of tlio Aram-as, running between
Morgan City and Corpus Cbristi. He
was highly inspected by all who know
him, aiul his death will be exceedingly
regicltcd by a large circle or friends.
His funeral will lake place at 10 o'clock
:V branch of the Southern historical
society was organized in this city this l,!ly. '
A sliifht tiro occurred this mornimr. Ip-pority o
but was extinguished before serious i , ,,,, H,co -'ll
damage was inllicted.
The detachment of nalveston urlil
lory loft for Fort Worth this morning
under command of Lieut. Perry.
Tho preparations for the Fourth y
the Washington Guards this city
are very elaborate. Hon. Olin Well
born, the silver-tongued orator of
North Texas will orutc.
Although in a state of iucomplcUou
and chaotic confusion tho opening of
the Reach Hotel wilj occur to-night.
Xormal School .SvholarNhlpH I'uriilttiro for
tho Tcrii'll Amluiii TroiiKiiry Ito-
ci'lplf. Tho 1'oUor Indict-
Austin, July :i. -The Board of Edu
cation being informed that state sena
tors in two instances hud llxed diU'cr
ent places and times for holding; com
petitive examinations of applicants for
scholarships in the Sam Houston Nor
mal Institute from the places desig
nated by tho board, the board i.s de
termined to adhere to its resolution j
requiring these examinations to bo
had at the eumuicr normal schools on
July 2Jth. -The board alo gaVo notice
that no person would be admitted to
the institute unless appointed as its
The lunatic asylum board met this
morning and accepted tlio bid of
Walworth & Co. of Boston to equip
the new iwylum at Terrell witli furni
ture for tlio main building.
The state water boaul met to-day and
approved the accounts of the city water
company for lay Ingy pipes to tho asy
lum. The bill amounted to about
For the llrst six months of the fiscal
yiar (lie receipts were 0110 mil
lion eight hundred thousand dollars,
about Wj.OOO in excess of (ho same
time lust year. The total lcceipls for
last year were ?2,(I50,000, and it is be
licvidthe receipts for this year will
exceed this amount, notwithstanding
the reduction in fixation.
The oases against members of the
legislature for gambling were con
tinued to-day. It is doubtful If the
Jaw applies' to them oil account of the
private rooms used, instead of public
- - .
rested a snort time ago in umgviow, I sotircis to betaken us stock to tho
1 exas, ana nvougni unci; 10 uii auu, j uipount, ot tfiu.tHK), uud uro willing t
UllMPU lUTOllUlUUIIl.. JIII1 llll'IU UUOIg I'll ill II
inscctiie, sho wuspluced in our county 1 $12,000.
jail for safe keeping. This lady Is not ' atin'ncr.
in goon uenitii and irom ner appear
r,nce she Is not thirty years of age.
Tho wife ofiFrauk Dehban W-,io Was
fireman of the I.anpasas Dispt.tch of
llce, died yesterday and wsts followed
to the grave by a large number of
The Lampasas J)a !! Globe will soon
commence receiving associated press
distmtches. us a move has been made
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to turn tho paper over to a stock com- sorption of the Jixawincr. A coinin t
in tuo Jummiui r and fixtures at
Mr. Hubby, o the R
nroiKsos In tako one-third
or the sio.ooo stool;. lu
coiivoi'sutioli with oe of tho cupitallsts
pteselit to-day, tho correspondent dis
covers thai there Ls not much proba
bility .of the Jirntn(nn',n proposition
biing iccelvcd. The merclmnts think
I Unit the JAtumlner unvalued too hijh-
ly, and sonlo would pioi'or to purchase
new material, type, ntacbiuery, etc.,
tovHiUiiiiitt their capital lu tho a'i-
II, 11, M, flWi.tw,. ........ ...i. A ,..r .l
V...V.V, .hi; iiraiMiviiuu ur. iieiiu h
arc sorry to learn UintMra. W.'shtfaith
has Hot nintcrially Improved biuctt her
sojourn in the Alamo City. Mrs.
Judge Masey also relumed.
Mr. L. W. SJuydan bouy lit live ciiy
lots yesterday bn the corner of Colum
bus and Eleventh slroels, on which he
wiiiHoon erect, a lluoi'esldoiico.
(rum ..l .......
thhty shots took cil'ect. No ,.!,.,. .. m"
pernct tutors. '
E.L. Dudley, Genornl Sujjorinten.
dent of he Texas
lil,,; in w i,,road' walRncrt; to-day
V"!1, vvll1 ,.lje ""euletl bv j. i
ti...i. ,,, .-,.. 1 uviui;, Air.
Dtulloy will accept a position on the
1.1 in, , .iwuu v. iunranuii ami iMumren 1 iron aiounuun division. .Siiiierlnten
Icft this morning for Niwlivlllo, 'Ifeuii- delltYUlluuls hits also rcsi-nei but
H.uiiA 1'lt.i,. ...Ill .........1 ....... ... .1 . I l.tl. i.i.i...... t. . t i?. . .I1'
it In Churl
is morning lor jsiwiivlllo, 'Ifetui- uent WUlloms hits also reslaned. but
They will fpend part of tho I ls "successor is l.ot known. 1,'he Tevis
er there, ami tho remainder of Hind Puelllo shops have bean nlu'ced
Uliarlcstou, South Ciirolina, Mr. ou t'lglit hpurs per day, instead of
itill'sold home. ten as heretofore. Ihuiorce has also
Wo till know this won lti bo an
comiiiensurato with the
four growing city.
anitulists are talking about
building at Lnmnsus a street railway
Ono of GalvtStoti's wealthy nicr-"
cluuiis paid one Vbonsund dollars for a
llifo piece of ground here ye-terdny,
and will put up u stone business build
ing at once. At least ton fine stone
stores are neaily completed, and con
tracts uro out for us many more.
Tlie Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe
railway have opened an olllce here,
which will , iVouipcte for business
against tlio Telephone and Tolcgiaph
company's office in this city.
Tlie following citl.ens of the state of
Wide reputation arc with lis: Col. T.
A. Ellis", of Sugarland; Col. A. W.
Spriggs, of Austin; Col. Cluis. Hciden
hcimer; Capt. J, E. Barry, of Paris;
Major Wiley Joliesof Waco.
A party of citizens will enjoy (he
Fourth of July at a pleasant location
iWis miles from here called "Rocky."
Miss Eliza Moore, the young Irtdy
elocutionist of Baylor college, is"iu the
city with triends. Slio goes from here
too 1ms been appointed to take an in
ventory of tho Jltaiiihwv slock and re
poit ut a stib.-c-iueut meeting.
The new sticet cur line, fioni the
Missouri Pacific passenger dopot .via
tlie Narrow Gauge depot, thenco down
Franklin to tho Pacific hotel where it
eolllleelA with II 0 tiinin Mini lu Imlnir
rapidly pushed to completion. Cup-; H'gor was in the city yesterday, and
superintendent 1 V. . ,l ' ,
Johnny Nichols, of the firm ofNMoli-
ols & Robinson of Crawford, was in
the clly to-day looking fio.-h and
The newly married couple, Mr. and
Mrs. A.VL. Hardwiek, are spending
sonic tit'ne at Lampasas Springs.
Dr. CitltUvell of China Springs was
in tbocity (o-tliv.
The little chll'd of Mrs. B. F. Hlchey,
we regicl to learn, is quite hick.
Mr, Janus S. Bluckwell of Me
111 homo depart-
n 1 1...T..1 .'... 1
tain Sedberry, tlie
111' 11,,, u!ut,.t ,
informs us that it will beconinlcted liv
I lie last of next week. This will prove
a yreat blessing to tliotruveliug public,
asitwlll obviate taking a "bus" at
live times the cost of the'street car. lu
this connection wo nrnirlnd tochrooi.
icletlus fact that the petition which
was circulated by the owneis of the
transfer lino for bigners, praying thu
city to enjoin tho streetcar compuTiv
from building this branch line, di'd
not get enough signers to inakoltof
sufficient interest to present it.
Major Wiley Jones has relumed
from Lampasas Spriiur. Ho savs
l'litilotisui ami I'owilor Tho UilKUtlu
Union Elinor .Mention.
ripeolid to llio (inzctt'.
Alvunvlo, July !1. Alvarado is not
dead to nil patriotism and ia celebra
ting to-nUht by firing guns and sky
rooluts, mid in vaiious ways niuii'l-fe-tiug
a sense of popular patriotism.
No public ontirtaliimont will be
given, nut everybody is icady and
willing to shout America's gioilous
and gioit st.
A great number of our citizens went
up to Fort Wortli to-night to partici
pate in her grand jollification to-morrow.
Alvar.ilo will soon become famous
asu summer resort. Her great nliuii
springs are being improved and iiuule
attractive, and will In tho near futnio
resound with tho pruiso of thousands,
Harrison's brigade re-union will utr
tract tiiounuids heie on thend ot Au
triist, as extensive preparations aro be
in r made for that occasion.
flic summer normal school opened
here Monday witli fair progress.
Crops in this county aro fine, and
farmers are rejoicing.
A min will bo, scon needed to finish
tin; full development of the corn crops.
lly S im;f to a True.
Special to th Chiotto."
Sklnwlth, Miss., July 3. Sunday
morning about nine o'clock, Mrs.
Christian Ainbackcr, a worthy and re
spected woman, was found dead ten
Mr. T. C. Rlehev'of Rleliev's Kin-
lion is' in tlio city, making 'himself
useful to ids country Uy serving on the
jury this week, lie has usually found
Some exeuso by which ho has evaded
thcdisehtirgooftliat duty for several
cottrt terms past.
been greatly reduced
1110 iiarrison cntin v o ii.,i ri
comuieiiccd today under fuvomblo
prospects (;f a grand .sueviss. This la
the first lair ever held by the colored
people lu Texas.
'I'lu'iv wore ihrfo deaths in town
to dayMrs. L. E. Harnett, Miss Com
Bradley and Frank Gatneti.
J. R. NVuhene has taken charge of
me uipitai hotel at this place.
I'liUliiS Dcllnlto Khilpo-
A HlllOllldKH .SlCll
Itopnrtca for tho Ouzcttu.
CliHitirne, July .'!. Mayor
there is a tegular building boom out
'there. Houses aro going up in all di
rections, both residences and business
houses, and mostly of a substantial
ehiraeter. Ho Is entnmiuHtlo. ln his
pinlses of the new Pail; hotel, 1 ivctcd
near tho Hancock springs on ji beam I-
fill stltt III twi If tt ,i.ll i.. 1wi..n.. .,!'
A ir..fiinTrrti.A -niiMv. , ..t x. ,."1 UHI ,W,VJ' . f p" l" uumiuwi
" " ?" ......j , .-..H .4v lw ,.iil ;winmml Lito I . 1 1 .11 .t 1... lb.,
Kro aiunlortT iuiiI Jtohhrr .SiiiwiimV -4 urr..i ,.? V..r '".". "V. "is-1"1Vl1 )',"
kind fu the state.
-Tt waif opened to tlio
A number ol neat,
to-day receives 11 proposition front M.
T. Blown & Co. legiuding wuter
woik, M'hich is substuntiallv iih fol
lows: The firm will sink n Oiib in tho
bed of the creek riinnlngtliioiigh town
and place a boiler and pump there;
then a pipe stand or tower with a tank
of hixty-uvo thousand gallons capacity
will be placed on some desirable eleva
tion In tlinoiiv. liVnm llm .llv ft. tin.
' tower iroti),'tlgh,jifulidi0)(w)i('Mini
ami irooi mo lower ,10 me nuiilte
"v... .. ... n ,." 1..1.V v... . ..',........'"
cottages huvo .bee,, erected adjacent to i !' Z V KLf. A "w . :
. .--.. i- v.-.- ( !
the main hotel, so that initials uau huvo .
all tho comforts and conveniences of 1
hone lite. The hotel Is under the
feet from her buck door, with her skull ""iuH3en.entol Unit pilneo of caterers.
front 11 rod unit livn ntl.or ,vn..,wlu .. 1 iM"Jr W UCaMOU, lorillcriy tllC pl'opi If
the back of her head and neck. The
house was in a confused condition,
showing that the object of tne deed
was robbery. A party of citizens
left for thoie as soon as thoy heard of
tho murder, for tlio purpose of finding,
if possible, who had perpetrated llio
crime. Inquiry at tlio scone could not
find a clue, but suspicion pointed to
two negroes Martin Jotes ami George
Stewart, who were promptly ai rested.
Evidence was produced at the iluulo
of the coroner's jury yesterday, allow
ing that Jones hud threatened Am
backer, the husbun.l.of the murdeied
woman; also that Jones asked him if
he would be at homo that Saturday
night. Search found several articles
horn the plundered house, and a
bloody bhiit belonging to Martin
Jones. At this point he broke down
and confessed having- committed the
murder. Ho yvs tfien placed in
eliaigo of a poec, and started for
the county Jail at Mayorsville.
Tho noise had not gone a inllo before
they were overpowered by a mob of
hung him. The mob was urlucinatly
of negroes and they were loudest In
denunciation of tho murici'. Stewart
was discharged, there being no evi
dence against him.
tor of the EuglUh Kitchen at Hous
ton, so well and favorably remembered
bv tlio travelllltf nubile. Mr. tCerhmv. I
. '. -.. T.. CJ ,. . . ..--,
will diverge. There will be foret
enough to throw four streams of water
from as many lire plugs a height of
eighty feet, passing through fifty leet
ol 2 inch hose, the firm promises to
build tlie worltSNUiid icnl them to tho
city for a period of sixteen years at an
I nllllllltl r.illlitl (it SI llll I (Mlfl Itilr.l ten.
into 01 tno waco commercial restau- ', , " , ", f" ,. of in !.,,,, ,, -'::.
Snfthemo.stopui gjft' MLU, WH,,Cil "W
health resort in Ten iiiesiiay.
There are Hisnlclous wlilsnwiiiLr of A bloodless shooiing bcrupo tool;
thlAnum fon i of 0 mi n: 1 S eh.u - )! .v-sterday, even(T,g be.vyecn I
tillilrillltUd llf UrtLIllI- r.. " 1 i .
llsb woolen and ,.,.lf. 1 ,..,.,.r,.i. in lOIp lllld , RlUCro HIS 11111110(1 JOllCS
at this point. The only obstacle In ,,oli,iS1,,hgt w"--u.wUh a target gun
the wnv is the lndlHiiodtlon or H u ll(l t"1 ' "-u w ''Ui a six-shooter, but
bricked molt SliWiaS ft j &t"ffl uSr' bond "" WMH
ied with their present incomes and KT, ,l 'L ' l Tv ii d (o Wnih.r
sit quietly and calmly and see their m , .L '"Walter
I'oheii onnortimlties nass bv ' pi, s ' Caruth, ol Dallas, 2-jO at-m of land
h.i.i....i V ... r.3..l ?? X ).l..t.r ". nwir Cat do. Cauilh lield u lioluiiiiiiit
coidcred by ovory iw towm' Tlllawl ?''"' W
bus- been noted that nil one tmvha ,l '"'. '."'. '' "1".. "... . I
.. i,,.ru.i,n .. ; ,,.,";,'. urmnnui ten.i or tno coumy couri
I r.i n.,r. rin .? i in...'. ..JS..'. :. , began lo-ilay. ' lovo Urown was tiici
1 ,,,wiii u ivii, in. wm. wi. vnviii.y 1111111- 1
sand souIh. It has been divided
1 that the reason, of
tliat having a Minimr
Dentil or Clrmilt Jwtgo 3rnj o ut WliiiiKlioro.
r'peclul to the Gazette.
yidalia, July .!. We h ivc to-day le
celve'llhe satl news of Judge Mavo's
death, which occurred at Wliinsooro
lust night at 10 o'clock. Deceased was
judgO of the second circuit, court,
elected by t)iu legislature in 1RS0. Ho
was loved ttud honored uv ull in otir
parMi, and his death lf universally re
gretted. -- ,
,V fimrful Kxauiple to J'iit (r CmiiltH
.Served Uliu Ititilt.
Hpeclal to tlio Un7ctto.
Orange. July ;i. This morning
l out8 o'clock J.J Uiiiinou went to
the postotllco and after being told by
Mr. Hawkins, the postmaster's ciorf,
tliat there was no.iunil rur-'iidn, c'uii
11011 begun curing and abusing Haw
kins and y71s I ut o"t of tlie postollice
by lfiiwKlns. Cannon then wnt and
iroL a pistol mid went hack to shoot
Hawkins, but llawklnu wn-i too qiilulc
and shot Cannon three limes in tho
Coilillllon oT tho TIniir.l'iilKiiiieil fieiitliiiiii'ii
lliuliecncf ' Mkt'( imi llio
Iieelnl to tlm flndtto.
San Saba, Julj a Two of the gen
llcilicn who wcie repoited last week
by eating canned beef aie improving,
but Rev. Mr. McDonald Is still lu a
very critical condillon.t seems to
huvo 'ifi'ected him mosfcfcieriously.
Immigration continues: and all who
conio bring stoak. ;$fk,'v
IJaibicucs will be jgcnjralmjtliis
county lu honor of t lie- J$MrUiH($
Weather cloudy, uninuijjwidoijsaro
that wo will have uer,WJiiii8T6ii.,
f Jniigrlu miwuif igwwi u,g;tln.
foi dlsliii biug religious
ngiicultnrui and paston
Huvo grown to a size tliat
KrlVited c KV who lk I to risl ftS" mlT!lftl
ruier to tlie most convenient tree 'and I ftft ' 1,t" .Kl(n f,o- wh , ll s
hung him. The mob was principally h1.... '"V. , ""l, .V.'0,i
Coin t-hmiso Ithl 0iuiiimI Tlio Ciilvohton
lluilihir Hit 'i(ittril-'yhiil,otCelo--
lint I en Our Niitul IJ.i-,
Special to thy Uiiziute.
Tlio county coiunilssioners , to-day
opened tho bids for tho new county
court-house There weio four, us fol
lows: A. Biiumbuck, Houston, J'JH.fM";
0. II. Berriug.t Bro.. Houston, SlOSi,-
000; Bilttou it Long, SIiK'iilun,
!f!W,;oti; 'i'. Xn wicn, Austin,
5 i.outl. .Mi'. wren's bid be
PILOT POINT. . '
UpouhiK of tho Jforiiiul Scliool-Tho Ten ill
cr 11 lliny i:n llet'K.
MpeelJit to tlio tlnzette
Is circumscribed, nnd then? are now in
the city a few store hotisci unocouplcd,
which tire lying uiic. 11 tno man own
ing tho property had his money in
vested in a initiHifaoluring enterprise,
he would bo receiving a good Interest
011 his money and iinpiovlnglho vnljio
ol his other pi operty. Wco in vull
Ait 1111 tod. for niiiliufacturlng purp'ises,
and then is sufficient capital in her
limits, which, if utilized, would induce
eastern capital tojoin herand bring ex
perience and practical manufacturing
seiibe. The first city lu Texas thai
establishes woolen and volton mills Is
going to lie tho town of TVxus. M ui
ufactorlcKtiruurcgarliuis, and theest.tb-
lishment of one Induces tlio erection
Him lure lilllnr. Ileill'l HIlmiirHllV WliH
tills Is ,.,, 11, '.,,1 nt ,. ,.1,111'e of luiillelous
t ll".e'y I ,ii.iii(.r nnd onHtinfortunato t.tit in a
1 1 t.,,,t, 111..,, '! ' . . " .
,, ,..ll I.1LV . ..... ..l-i.i.I.T... ,.. i.ai...,tl,l
agrees nil 1 . I""1." "V "J" l?"?; ..... ,...
......I.... IUIIIIK IIHMIIUIIlll in ..IIIIV WW i i-
y nutui- ,1(, Tn..,.,.Atu ,,,, 1 ,,t iiiu undo 1 w
I , ,11, IJA ni rn ,,m . ...... I.--... . , ... , .
uwcss lucent at this 1
Hiidglns, shipped out !) packages
and received (KIS. The total amount
received for freight was S1S0 AG.
Last month J. L. Davis shipped to
iCl I'uho, fi" crates of eggs and 17 coops
Mr. S. 11. Chambers of Fort Wot Hi
is In town visiting his brother-Iu-Uw,
S. B. Allen, Eso.
John Jay of the Santa Fo left to-duy
for tho east, to spend a month ut his
Harry L. Mitchell, a genial traveler
from St. Louis, was at the OJebimio
I'ho Star ami Sir) am In I he WWuru
j J.iiu.il llrevlllt'H.
I Spoclnl to tho Ouzottc.
! Abilene, July ft. Great prunuraiioun
are being mtulo to-duy tor inu glorl-
1 ous Fourth. Major Iteinhait, our
pi.stuiaiiter has civet ed .1 livr,je 11 tg
polo on tho p st-oillce building and
wi. lioUt tlictaraaud stiipes to-morrow
for the first time In it h Infant
City of the Wct, ,
lle.irn and Mi-icInint-iiJJS'va
hundred 11111". eighty hwtdf.caWo at
twenty dollaife aWld(raS;.-
J, It. Alllilkiiii, .Ce-iiwV'te,lVath-eil'ord
Is In the city,'
six nm'ii: kiiabd
1 of another, and boon to ihoeiul of tho
.' -'i , ....
ing the lowest, court adjourned onupier. 'iney naturally eongregate.
till to-moirow in order to huvo him i m) when congregated in any nuinber
nreseMt to at-curtuln his ability to make tbt'y HCe(SSltiiUi tlio erection of fouil
iimiipr bund of wliloh lln-rii is no dricsttiid liiuclilno shops, it is to hn
elu-s ut llio seminuiy was increased'
this ii.ornliig by Prof. 15. J. Keyto, of
Denton an I several other teachers,
and the subjects of tho duy,Kducationul
ljlteruiure, and TDOUbjecis 01 faiimy
A couple of duys ago a young lintn
was arrested hero for carrying a jilstol
and fined $29, Not having tlio money,
ho was juihd'. His nunio is P. II.
llenneisy, nnd he says that ho Is a sou
of P. 11. Hennc--sy, the well-
known Galvetjtoil lnercliont.aiid italso
trausi)irt'3 that ho Is the party that
hoped tjuitthe gchtli'iniinmowagUat
AiTfut of Kx-TrwitHiircr I'olUM llookhoepor
Clinriiril IVIIIOIiiklnir'rido l.'iittli'i.
Bjieolnl to iliiiCJnfeo'rrt.
Iv Hint few nersoiiH were aware of It
Roboit M. Poller, a deletitlvo
llyln Arcldea) a a ItulliOHilTiiulc,
Ciiidiinnllp July !l. A horrible accl
deiit occurred on tin Clncinn.il., H.m
lliniVhiid Dayton railwu- j .-luwth of
Hrilin Grove ci'ioeti iv lo-iutfm. blx
lirr-- . -rt. I.II...J r.i.
( oerHons were inuniuy wyn. im
j thunderbolt espiesH v
1 on the New Yi ki
uesH wjis V)i)lng.Miiith
.,. 1. ,i....ij.i l..ii,n A-
Alii.. Unllu'Hi'. ilnn iClC .tt M!m'', UIKI
Pell 111 Jva 01.1 it
ie .tt if'M't, uii
a half hour behind time, and ;h juii-
SpiingS; Tv0"y .-Au lm-1 fB f,t to mako UP, tf'U n Jn.Pk
t captuio was mado hero this jster wagon in which ;i ere U',,mf
urn, which wnsert'cotvdso qtilet- alx porfcous attd a drlvin i-WQ
Hecrfbi , ,"'
uiLr 1111s oucMiioii win (!i)iitimio color .Misiiviue. arrived in 1 no ceauo(i wun sei ions,
to do. 'elfv last nlulit with n reonlsltlon Inluries. The viigon W .W"" , ' ,'
1 There will bo no celebration of (io ' for J. C. Fleming, ?X-liook- keeper for flpilutei'e, Tlu? family ) ,n,
' glorious fotlrlh at Hiispolnt, Tho tjiei-, M. T. Pok, Hie defaulting i-x-tfeuMirer, huckster, Mr. Henry TC rU(,J.e i t" N
mouictcr iiurinuses all patriotism. Ion a charge of milking fidjie ontrlevf wcro going to their iiinu.Ml'j'
I Many of us wish to bo with Washing, while under Polk, to the amount of from tlio Wlujoii I'lW',." r'f'. '. fl.
Pilot Point, July . Tho Normal 4 broke into his father's store at Gaives
ton in winter ipiarlers, 'blii.WQ. IIO wasurrestcii in tno yvr-, m neeu iiviok UI'' .7 . wiif the
Owing to tne fallurotoget a train. liugton Hoiue, apd was laKauuwuyon tl,i .bt'iiefit of his HV..' Vaults
lpavi Wncu early In l.eioruing, i.Ccveuug train. lain Iy II ml fn '" KmVki h"
the Wuco delegiitliui at the I'ort. will to . . ---r-r ' of tfie killed are I0. t 2" 11.
Hhiall, Allourfiieman wee willing j JKIWEKSOJ, .. twifound tour eiJiMjrr. U-'' 0 7'.
' r . . . . v, 1 . - n i' ; iim k.ifi.ii 1m .rk xtit h n,. .wvutin . .,, a tifiin m. iiiimv ' ---,
man is Held to awmi orners irom uui- - " V',".'"rt ' to I ..t ....i., iv.A,..,,iv
iMMWMi iiiinroniiMMV not lh! tiroHi-l iiiwimiiiniiiiu oienis nicy ivuunu "-1 '"" '" ' " :' ' n-
. ... -.., ........... -, ... t - ! . ! ..,,. ... l..... .1....I,' f..,.y.
ClltCU lll l-v liwu . .11 lllll'V llttjm
ton a sliort'timo ago and biirghirlzeil it '
l fll.t .....rlli f ariniltl. 'I'llli vriliilir
,.. V-VV "" ,V""' . ... J..U..HI 1......1 ... ....
(Jul- 1 "OO llll.Ml'ils lu ,0,
A ,,ln 11! Atdi'iriO
MHwlt Soillea of the l
,iiv """... r ..i.ilu nn
m untti"n . "-
IllU J i'
l ....v.. .,..., , . -if l, I.,.' .... .,.'. o....,.nl ,f.ll,.(!nvAlln I.. .. l.ir
wwtmisWiBseii in an instructive aim i t 10 uous on J'Oht win oeiebrato tlio ' " ""'". "' o .wvm MV f VT. Krrtni Tnlv fi --Jitdtfo Horn, a H T n..i worn l.lekcd on Iff too
intutting manner. Mrs, Hogg, of Fourth of July by coming out under " Fe, has done his best $vo ,,J Ul0
Dent m, conducted a recitation hi go-1 ltH mw niain.genieiit, -" a special, but up to tills wrl lug" H ftiViiff . lSl5Vi, t All t i A t"l V icce 1 Iy ' vhl t'liw 1-v l.eadwtV sev-d
o"iiinbv Pi of W. P. Kiddle, of Pilot . 4. l ellbrts have resulted lu lull- tlirtceit ,iui ami uiiiu lut. emiy 0lty. Mw. KrwKi iia 'v . ' f
so, luiU' Tho dUciiesion on sevoitil 1 T'o eo" u u ii 1 humhuu in rt ie trip wonid occujiy oniy u uuy, '.'" ti ; ViV.,11. 7.. "iiiociikihu nr j i " (i; aJ,.jir 1,; i
s b . s'-llci el a urn Ideal of f nrofou '"" i Our llmi ncii aro very UeMrous or at- , o clock, defemllng a pr w "t. 1 and ,iafi to he sprlOUlfd viflt tl r U
iX'JIffcXlmuS nulvcstofl.JuIy3.-Tl.otwoyCaWJujtendJ.,; thoy Jm.Ucon ilio Fort ami civ Is.ii and was murdered wldlc i uov(,r th9 stains. n If fc -.
uii ml' 'those nreseiit Tho teuchers which lioTexas-M'ox m railroad was have listened with pleasmo to U.o re-j 0Ulo home. ?Zfo rf
TA ya 'Stou v to uvo completed its Ouh4u und bI f the munnerJii which thoFort Ti'JhVWoTT , Uk?' ffl&f -',.
hey wo fe",I)Icgo connection, endod July J. boya treated u few visitor ntf long A 'W tor' 'lluJ .,,..,.,.!. ,A.kiMffimttim'; : : .
Crof.J II. Allen will lecture to-inor- tho ttiit. - 0' i "' ' "s Id lu the aiidq'rafa&or Anderson of the Prulrlo I ar wanting, and tho Bforv i WWtf I lf .wygWySr5SSri. , '- V j
i9ytllit ut, tho Hjinlnury on o "'"A ,m!" tU3t" "i , "' Vlew State IiiBtltute, for the blacks. I ally dlscrwllttod. VfpPf J
subject of teaching, .WWW. -.--.' t ' . .( V 1 r- , .. sifad
Jli " ' " "'".-' ' '- '"'"-... liJ "" 1 HHWSHlHJHjgiM