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FOIVJ: WOllTH, TEXAS, MONDAY, JULY 0. 1883.
TOL. 7, NO. 182.
HToroit for n Cotncr I,ok-A
) Srlicino HIrIi IVntor
No, July 8. Sixty thou-
vas onorcii aim rcruseu
, piece of property about
front by one hun-
liim the corner of
and Solcdud street,
Hy tno v outiovuie mou
rn dmir More. Jt was
lank building by a, new
111 locate hero.
e, president of the Ln-
"brother of the firm of
sin, real estate ngents of
no t una is now unaer
, It bcuInH nt Green
Esses tho Mississippi river
lie Missouri river nt at.
rsues aa direct a Hue as
Bo to Alligator iicnu on
tein Texas coast, tno dls
Bout thirty-live hundred
Igiuecr corps tiro now on
lug tins way
who arrived irom Jmrcilo
report tho Htramis all
io Frio was almost up to
fnini rauroiui nriUL'e anu
toiling the country above
pc Medina rivor, twelve
if Ban Antonio, is ulao
bo, cooic lor mute ana
L'Ounter, died suddenly
carpenter riding on the
alleruoou lull oil and
!nt wheel, which coin
ed his right hand, neces-
School Convention I)e-
Id'lllKMlt Subjects 1111(1
Setlnn of Olllcerti.
, S.Tho Baptist State
and Colportago Assoei-
ui session Hero, com-
rganfcuiioii Kiblay by'
W. B. Howell, of Dal-
Jtovs. C. 0. Chanlain.
imd M. Eastland vice
Sekney Hawkins, record
nnil ltuv. M. V. Smith.
rano opened tho discus.
Ilntioii of Sunday school
Eommon scnooi eaucatlon.
wcd by Dr. J. II. Lu-
Allan said ho had been
Rth public schools in Texus
aim never 1101:100100 to
with readiiiL' the Bible
mdlf Ihonv ahould-bo iv
iliis, we should obey God
ii then suuir, "All Hail
i Jesus' Name."
opened the discussion
ton, "Our eolportage work
upon nils convention."
torlitgo work means the
ratituitous distrlbutron an
ins of this convention
First, the Bible, and
Jnonilnalional literature. But
vaoes not mean story books.
BirJLink said: "From 0110
py, 1 hero Is a relation. We
tato siioiilu notadoptany
lat we should leave this
11 out. "Wo can't put the
use Catholics, and Jews
0 it, and wo should cut
is nuu;es it necessary to
in the family and In tho
b), becauso tho corner-
ttovorimiont rests unon
Ion of religion. Broad
Id bo laid tho founda
tion. It contemplates
ntof men to travel In
if'estiniate tho inlluenco of
tnishy book-writers? Wo
iieract tills inllucnco bv
filthy literature. We
fee to inform the pcoolo
.otapiiilnutlonal tenets, and
mio ouoy tno jjidjc
0111 urn uujuuriiou lur uill-
jjvo boar.d of tho Texas
ay school jiud eolportage
1110 convention, mauo its
iv hail made a few per-
lUio reimuHs. Key. Kit
loped his idea of the
one general sunerin-
htibslonary in every as
stwilh a fcjundav school
pointed by each associa-
f tho convention Bro.
a proposition from tlio
tu'etary of the American
lalion society wim reler-
Jlportayu work. Others
selected as tlio place Of
, Bev. Kit Williams
to preach tho next hu
rt Bros. Broedlovo, J. M.
ejj. Dennis were apponted
to nominate a new board.
mmIiu board meetings.
ng no business before the
$Bro. UriMiii onened tlio
inT'Tlie Mistakes of Suil-
arluUo mistakes to not nt-
ueeiiugs aim oineriueet-
iiircli; wueii no mils to
u' i.u.nr itiiru ri lu i.it.i .if
fault with tho suporln-
tt said: Teachers make
like often by acceptlnir
teacher. They are so
thy with children and
ana, second, allowing
jo inmosed on bv worth-
Esald the grandest mis-
neKlectinir to become
jcquulnted with tholr
tnelr imrents. Bo not
L-Ives to teach. '
ills said teachers 'don't
study enough ; they pttt 61F tlio study
of their lessons; neglect tho jllblo for
the lesson helps; must know fromo
thing of tho homo life of the child be
fore you can rcaoh that child with re
ligious lnllueiices; li-acheis mistake
when thoy doii't pra.V enough; tako
your scholar's name to God.
Tho convotlon adjourned to S:lo, af
ter singing "In tho Grass," and ben
ediction by Dr. It. C. Burleson.
After devotional exercises, the
speakers, Bros. J. M. Carroll and C. it.
lirecdlovo juocoeded to discuss the
claims of tho convention on tho
churches, after which pledges for tho
support of tho work for tho ensuing
year were made, amounting to $1,005.
Adjourned to meet at 8 o'clock. Mon
SIiiiw'a Now Ohnruh ftiithorliitr
Conxli'tM lVrnouul mid Local.'
Ileportoil for tho Gazette.
SVaco, JulyS. Lots have been pur
chased for tlio erection of Liberal
Hall, the new church building of the
Kellglotis and Benevolent Association,
of which How Mr. Shaw is pastor.
Tlio trustees propose to erect a build
ing with a seating capacity for 500 per
sons at fi cost 01 llDOUt c-J,uuu. AUOIl 1
two-thirds of that amount has been,
raised; and the balance will doubtlcs
be forthcoming. Work on tho build
ing will bo commenced hi the near
Capt. Van Hall left this evening for
Illllsboro to get a penitentiary convict.
On his return here to-morrow ho will
take six of hers from" this place. The
seven will bo taken to II earn and
turned over to tho manager of the con
vict farm near there. They are all
Mr. T. O. Balles left here this" morn
ing to get the convicts of Llano county
and convey them to the penitentiary.
Bhovlll Harris and District Clerk
Bousloi' returned from Austin last
night, whore they went to settle their
accounts with the government.! ,
The two Waco base ball clubs played
a match game to-day at Do Francis
Judge Geo. F. Moorq, ex-chief jus
tice ot 1110 supreme court 01 Texiw, ar
rived in the city yesterday, and left
this evening for Washington City.
Ho was tlio guest of his old friend, Dr.
R.nV. White, while in tlio city.
Mm. Moliio Dudley, residing on
South Fourth fatveet. has been quite
sick, but wo nro glad to nolo she is
Mr. W. P. Presbridgo left this moru
in for his homo in McGregor.
Miss Mattlo Jcllbrs, of Austin, is in
the city city, a guest of her sister, Mrs.
W. B. Morrison.
Mr. J. Itobinson left this evening for
NowYoik to purchase his usual fall
stock of dry goods.
.Attmpt9l Suloll A, liuq. ltnll
1 'Uhi1...1!..I...1 l H.t.J
..l.l.l.J OV1HIVI' J1UVllllit
Spcclnt to tho Gazette
Galveston, July 8. Basks, a saloon
keeper nhd an Inmate of the city hospital-while
laboring under 11 lit of in
sanity Inst night, attempted to commit
Hiiicld. Ho Indicted dangerous wounds
upon himself, but their character
11111 extent could not tto ascertained
from the hospital ollicials, who fo
fiibed to bo interviewed or to give any
Information about the ciise.
A match game of base ball was
itlaycd this afternoon between tho
jorgcnetUs and Mechanics, two home
olubs, which was won by tho former
by a score of 10 to 3.
An Interesting Sunday-school mass
meeting was held at St. James ohurch
this es-enimr. and a number of liitorost-
litfj addresses niado.
Tlio steamship bun Marcos arrived
to-day from New York with a fair pas
senger and freight list.
A DUIliiguIrthril Visitor Tlidn mat Crops.
Speclitl to UiH Gazette.
Abilene, July 8. Mnor Bush, pay
master of tho United States army Is
stopping at the Texas & Pacilic hotel
'on his way to Fort Concho. Tho Texas
& Pacilic hotel and tho Coucllo house
1110 full of quests.
"We have had fino rains here,
crops are considered sale.
DKTMtMIXlM) lKSPi:it VDQES
Kill a niarnliall mid I'ut IIli Voso to
Grecnsburg, Ky., July S. Last night
M rsbull Hen-dy .f this town, with
Bagly and four others, started out to
arrest Jus. Owen, a'despi-rate character,
on a felony warrant. They reached
Owen's home at mid-night and found
that tho deperado Had gathered a party
of his friends to resist the arrest.
About fifty shots were exchanged.
Marshal Hensly was killed and Bagly
mortally wounded, anil tho rest of the
posse lied. It is not known if any of
tlio others woie wounded. Ownes was
ALL 'qUlKT AT ELY.
Tho Minors' C)niiuo l'ur Tholr AVhbbi
Hanover, N. II., July 8. Peace pre
vails at tho lily mines. Tile last com
pany of inllitlahasgonohonie. Twenty
special policemen with tho sherltl' and
his deputies, will remain a few days.
Ex-Suuerlntoiideiit Casln, who was
forced to leave town, says tho cash lu
tho possession of the company added
to what will bo realized by the sale of
copper en - route to market
amounting to only $4,500 will bo paid
to tlio workmen, leaving $2,000 due. In
tho preliminary hearing, tho suit of
Casln vs. the company, to establish his
claim to oue-thlru of the entire prop
erty, tho court ordered tho company to
furnish SoO.000 bouds until Juno iWth.
Work will not bo resumed at present.
Tlio Continentals at Toledo. '-.
Toledo, Ohio, July 8. The Conti
nental Guards of Now Orleans arrived
horo this evening. They were mot at
tho depot by tho local military and iho
lire department and escorted to their
LOTTERIES LAID LOW.
POSTMASTER GENERAL GRESHAM
SUSTAINS KEY'S ORDER.
No llcgUlnretl J.cttcM to ho Delivered or
MoucyOritorn l'ultl to tho Munnsem
Hpoclnl to tlio Gnzctto.
Washington, July 8. Jt Is expected
that Postmaster General Greshain will
to-morrow make u decision excluding
all lottery companies from tho Uso of
malls. Tho section of the revised
statutes relating to the fliibjpct prd
vldes that no letter or chcular con
cerning any Illegal lottery) so-called
gift concerts or similar enterprises
ollerliig prizes, or concerning schemes
tb defraud tho public for the purpose
of obtaining money under false
pretenses shall bo carried lu tho mails.
In 1870 congress passed an act amend
ing the above provisions by stilklng
out the word "illegal" before lotteries,
so as to make it applicable to ail lot
teries, whether authorized or prohib
ited by any state in which the com
panies limy do business. An exam
ination of tlio debates lu congress, at
tho time the word "illegal" was
stricken out, leave no doubt that the0
purpose of tho amendment is to ex
clude all lottery companies from the
Uso of the mails. Tho friends of ttie
tiniondmont so declared, and it was so
understood by its opponents. It is be
lieved that If a committee of congiess
should make a thorough investigation
of tho failure of tho po-tolMce depart
ment to enforce tho Jaw us amended
fceveu years ago, there would be highly
!$' AssoclntcU l'rcss.)
Washington, D. C, J lily 8. Tho fol
lowing is tho decision ot Postmistcr
Goneral Gieshnni hi the Louisiana
lottery case: "I have carefully con
sidered postina9ter-Geiierai Key's or
der touching money orders and
registeied letteis of 'tho character
which ho specifically describes.
In view of the subsequent action
of tho department mid the conflicting
views, I have deemed It my duty to
make the following ruling." Tho postmaster-general
quotes tho order of Key
to tho postmaster at Now Orleans, for
bidding tlio payment of postal tnders
drawn to tho order of Dauphin, and
directing the return of all registered
letters sent to tho sumo ad
dress, and continues as follows:
"There can bo no doubt that this order
was clearly justified by the provisions
of sections 3929 and 4041 .Revised
Statutes, It expressly recites that tho
evidence which autorlzed the Post
master General to act In the premises
was satisfactory to him.
Ills action was therefore
conclusive upon his subordinates and
other departments of the government,
so long as the statutes remained in
force. The only question In connoc
Uon'Wtu.lkwluch'Cbulfl bo judicially
oxumiued relates to the power
of congress to confer on
him tho authority under which
lie acted. Tho doctilne is now
settled that courts will not interlero
by mandamus or injunction with an
executive department in the discharge
of .its duties, unless they aro ol a
character purely ministerial, and in
volve no exereio of discretion or
judgment. The subsequent order of
j. miiiiMMei vjiuiiurai ivu.y is 111 lho.su
words: "Postolllco Dcpiutmenb, Wash
ington, February 27th, 1SS0. Sin
On the 13th of November, 187), I
issued an order addressed to you, for
bidding tho payment of any postal
money order to JM. A, Dauphin and the
return of all registered letters ad
dressed to him to tho postmasters at
whoso olllces they wore mulled. This
party having brought milt against mo
to enjoin the performance of thisorder,
and having appealed to tho supieiuo
court of tho United States,
and having this day presented
the certificates of tlio governor and
stato oillcer.s of tho stato of Louisiana,
that ho lias completed Willi all legal
requirements of" that state, and not
being satisfied from the evidence sub
mitted to mo that said Dauphin
is engaged in conducting a scheme or
way for obtaining money through the
mail by means ol false and fraudulent
pretenses and promises, I hereby au
thorize and direct tlio suspension of
tho order of November 13th,
1S70, so far as it relates
to said Dauphin, until tlio ease shall
have been heard and detei mined by
tho supremo court of tlio United
States. (Signed) D. M. Knv,
It appears by tho recitals that
suit had been brought to enjoin
tho execution of tlio llrst
oider, and the complainant had ap
pealed the case to the supremo court of
tho United States. Tliodectee, there
fore, of the court of original jurisdic
tion was adverse to him,
and the postmaster-general consented
toa temporary suspension of Mio onh'r
until 1110 ease snouia nave ueeu neara
and determined by the tribunal of last
Tho previous decision was not re
voked or cancelled. If such had
been the intention of the postmaster
general it would have been expressly
declared. It was simply and lu effect
proved, that during the pending
of the appeal and execu
tion of tho proceeding, tho order should
bo suspended. Tlio dismissal of the
appeal therefore, In tho vacation by
tno appellants council with tho con
sent ot the solicitor general, put an
end to tho suspension and restored the
binding effect of that order, It has
been stronously Insisted that tho orig
inal order could not' be enforced, until
the case to which tho second order re
fers should have TTeon actually deter
mined by tfic supreme court. I cannot
acquiesce in this view, inasmuch as
the. complainant could ut any tlmo, by
dismissing his apieat, withdraw the
ease from thu determinating court.
Tho second order would thus, at the
option of tlio complainant, have tho
effect of an ubsoluto revocation of the
preceding onion while a suspension
if it was obviously Intended. There
Butpehsloti nnt a revocation. Tho con
trolling, Indeed) the only question In
tho caso was f'o constltu'lona! power
of congress to cunct a statute on that
question, 1 hrt Velio doubt the supremo
court afjlrnicd the constitutionality of
the act tyhlch declares that no letter
or circular concerning lotteries, so
called gift concerns, or other similar
ontcrprfoeMolTerlng prizes, shall be car
ried in tho malls, lu view of this
decision, Its constitutionality applica
ble to the case cannot bo seriously
questioned. I have confined myself
to ntrttters as they appear from the
records of the department. Some
thing was stated by couiibel repre
senting tlio parties in Interest as to
tlib verbal agreements or understand
ing, hut, I liuvo not felt nt liberty to
consider any other facts than such as
tho department records establish. Tlio
first ordcfwlll therefore be executed
as If the second had not been.
THE COLORADO UUTCIinilY.
Tho Affair not yet riill.V Umlorstooil One
Douxrer, Col., July 8. From the
mullUudo of conflicting reports con
Muiitly being received concerning thu
Gralul county tragedy, it it, difficult to
got the leal facts in the case. The report-,
however, that a body of twenty
.ariml men had left Georgetown for
thwiVpwed pin pose of avenging tho
drtuh'of tho victims Is entirely with
out foundation. Texas Charley who
iott the Springs with Fred Dean
for Grand Lake 011 Wednesday,
and returned Thursday, tells the fol
lowing story of the light which is
doenred authentic. Day, Webber
and Dean left Mrs. Young's board
ing house for town, and when
about twenty-five paces from tho
liouso wore passing a lot of pines and
locks, Webber walking thirty steps
behind Dean and Day four masked
men jumped out and shot Webber
through the body. Webber cried "I
am slutt." ran towaul Day and Dean
on due I before them. Thu leader of
the hitislf,edrpdrty, Mills, then sprang
upoinDeon, Knocked hm down, and
began pounding him over the
head with his gun. Day
drew , a revolver and shot Mills
behind the ear, powder from tho pistol
burning his hair. Mills fell on lop of
uean. .JJay, alter 1110 snoot nnr. inn
quickly back towards Mrs. Young's
ice nouse. homo niasiced mou came
up behind hint ami Day shot at
tnem ana it Is believed, wounded one
of them. A shot from behind struck
Day, and the ball passed through his
heart una body, lie rim fifteen steps
and fell dead in tho path, Webber was
unconscious after fallim; and at 11:30
the same night was dead. His last
words weio, -'pour sonic water on my
wounds.' Webber's ami Day's
bodies were taken to Webber's ranch,
from whence Day's body was taken
to tho Springs, where It was bulled.
Mills Mill LU buried at Grand Lake.
Dean is ht .Grand Lake nrnd 'allvo at
last at&Mhts. Colllli,.Mattln-and "Win.
Redman, supposed to bo of tho attack
ing party, have so far eluded arrest
The latter is beyond doubt dangerous
ly wounded. Sheriff Rayuor of Grand
County is at Grand Lake, anil impor
tant arrestH aro looked for. While the
whole county is Intensely excited
110 violence is anticipated.
ItESL'KCT TO 'JCIIKHU.
of Aruhlilxliop 1'nrcolL Vleweil
Cincinnati, July 8. A stream of
peoplo continued to How all day
through the cathedral residence to
view the body of Archbishop Purcell.
Ruin fell heavily at times in the foro
nomr, but still tlio tlitong pressed
along and tilled Eighth street j-o as to
render tlio passage of tho street cars
very dilUoult at times. There was
danger and feurof a crush, and the aid
of tho j ollco was called in. Thu pro
ccsslon thio'igh tho dead chamber con
tinued until Into to-night. To-morrow
tlio body will be placed on a catafalque
in the cathedral, it has been decided
to issue .tickets of admission to the
funeral on AVcdusadtiy, to. prevent a
Wnnilorlni: Through MiiH-nrhiiHcttit Ai-
ruHtoftliu l'lrn Hiik "ho Ilaraoit
tho I'll ami.
Boston, 'Mass,, July 8. Edward
Whtden applied to tho police of Attlo
horo for foru uigh''a lodging and was
admitted. Ho is an escaped convict
from tlio stato work house at Brldgo
water which was burned Saturday.
Ho fcald h negro named
.lames Gil more who escaped with
lil 111 setllro to it. Gllmoro was arrested
and confessed, Ho said, "f have car
ried matches 0110 year to accomplish
It; I shoved straw up tho ventilator
flue anil disabled the teaui pump, 1
am glial tlio place is in ashes, and
when Iget out of this I will burn this
town, A third convict cfccupud to
A, LYNOJHNH PltL'VUX'J'i:!)
Hy tho VertaiiiBlK) Kliuiiieiicti of tlm Town
Mt. Sterling, Ky , July 8. A negro
named Dyko Blgers, who, on Tuesday
last, attempted to rape a servant of T.
C. Anderson, was taken from tlio Jail
hero last night, and was about to bo
hung to the railroad bridge, when
Marshal PaUraoh, who broke up the
celebrated Burnett bandits, appeared
and in a sliort speech persuaded tho
crowd to let tlio negro bo taken back
to Jail. Tho mob was niasiced and
Is no dfleicnco between U perpetual I aane
A. CRAZY UKAMISIKE
Miirtltini Ills Clramlaou and Thou Commits
Batavltt, Ohio, July 8. George
Ayers, aged sixty, a wealthy farmer,
tlils morning roso early nniF shot and
killed his grandson, Charles Preston,
who was asleep, set tho liotise 011 lire,
went to tho bam and set It on (lre,thnu
shot himself and was burned in thu
bam. Ho was" tiftor a jrratulsoii, who
was lying by thu murdered 0110, hut
lie was not iiurmed. Ayers was 111-
OF A OONSPIR-MURDER,
Primln' Pcllunco to (ho Vntlunn l'nttla In
' Italy Httnut CI10W11 Cliumburil
Stontllly ImroliiK Thu
1'IiAIN TAMCTO Till! VATICAN.
Berlin, July 8. The JVortA Ocrnuni
Ottxcito, rufurrlng to Cardinal Jaoo
hliil's last 1I010 to tho Prussian gov
ernment, says the diplomatists at tho
Vatican are tiyiug to show that the
new church bill is of little value to the
ouria. Tho Prussian government ex
pects the Vatican to make the next ad
vance. If none are made, Prussia will
continue Her present course. Tlioii
dcpcndci'l says it would have been
better and more skillful 011 tho
part of thu Curia's diplomatists if thu
note had remained unwritten. There
existed at the t,lmo no absolute neces
sity for tl)o dispatch. Tho arrogant
grumblings and criticisms contained
therein nlford fresh proof that it" has
boon impossible to satisfy thu demands
of tlio Curia, and will only result In
preventing Prussia from making, fur
ther conciliatory advances.,
Tin: nt.w ji:nitir.s aoai.n.
Paris, July 8. It is 'stntedthat tho
cabinet resolved, to dispatch a note to
Earl Gran vltlo pointing. out that the
caiitcmplated British annexation of
thu new Hebrides is contrary to tlio
engagement previously entered Into
by Great Britain.
ANOTIUMI socialist H.vcicirr.
Marseilles, July S. A .meeting at
tended by 0110 hundred persons was
held to-day to protest agnln-t the sen
tence icceutly passed upon Louise
Michel. A resolution was adopted
pledging those piesuul tit murder the
jurymen who,,convlcted bur, iit tlio
lOaOllttlOll will bo
The author of
Dublin, July 8. At the Siigo assizes
Hogeison, Taney, Kelly hud Hough
ton, luiplleatoa in the murder con
spiracy wero found guilty. Two in
formers testified that tho
prisoners and a number of
other obeying tho orders of a
secioi society, attempted March 1 832
to blow up tl" Western House in Gal
way. I ("the., 'lad destroyed the house
and killed tho Inmates they were to
receive 500 pounds; fulling to tako
life they wero to receive -00
or .'100 pounds. Five pounds of dyna
mite wero exploded on the 'wlndow
slll, but little damage done, owing to
thu lack Of skill 011 thu part of thu
conspirators. Thu Judge, in summing
dp, spoko strongly1 against tbejulpoli
ers. A JVNA3tWJ: KI.V1).
Cork, July 3. Detectives, exhumed
at inchiggau suburb a box containing
000 dynunilto cartrldgesj-jjelleved to
be u part of tho prueeeds of tho great
dynamite robbery in this city two
years ago. Tho knowledge that, a
largo amount of dynamite wuh lu bad
hands since tlio robbery has been thb
cause of continual anxiety to thb au
thorities. CAltr.V 18 HIIAM'V CION'i:.
The report thai Carey lias left Dub
lin Is confirmed. Thu government re
fused to glvu libit any reward or a
written pardon. On Monday
night last a detective called
for him with an order for his delivery,
ami drove with him in tl cab into the
city. Having been given tho alterna
tive of being turned unprotected In
liio streets, or passage to Loudon,
and thenco to some colony In the
eastern hemisphere, ho accepted the
latter. His family had already gone
to .London sopernteiy to avoid
Tjin COMIXO MATCH.
London, July 8. Tho Obwrvcr says
it is clearly evident that tho coming
riflo meeting at Wlmbleton will bo the
most successful in many years, The
Canadian team took up tlmlr quarters
at tho camp. Most of the Intoiest cen
ters In the American tam, and it Is
much regntted that tho Americans
refuted the of for of a camp similar to
tlplt takeil by tho Canadians. The
question of tho wind gatlgo Is
virtually settled, the principal shots
"having petitioned the executive com
mittee 10 allow me 11x001 mo gaiiKo.
Tho committee to given banquet to the
American team, includes tho Duke of
Teck, the Earl of Wemyss. Viscount
Hanolauh. Sir Henry Wlhnot nhd
other prominent volunteers.
A CONTtJCOKI) IMl'llOVKMKST.
Frohsdarf, July 0. The condition of,
Count.DeChniiibnrd continues slowly
to Improve. His mind Is now more
clear. The consultation of doctors has
been postponed for a duy Or two. Thu
Orleuils princes will visit Pesth on
Monday and afterwards return to
Vienna. They will HiibscqOuiitly go
back to Paris, if tho Count DeChain
bord's health permits,
l'ANIC AT imiNDI.VA.
London, July 8. Last Friday tho
ponulueoulIIlriiuUna retiring tlio Intro
duction of cholera refused to allow the
Ponlnsular and Oriental company's
steamer Surah, to laud tho Indian
mail, oven when fumigated. Tho
Italian government ordered tlio Surah
to Bpirv..ia to.jjindergo twenty days'
quarantine, and maintained the order
despite the fact that the only pretext
for that action Was shown to bo ti
clerical error lu the steamer's bill of
health. Tho Surah went to Trieste.
tiik ai:.VnAnMi:s oatoji it."
Alexandria, July 8, Several cases,
of cholera have occurred among tlio
gendarmes forming the conlotis1 ot
fresh cordons around tho old Infected
ones, T,his became necessary,
V -A RAK1! B1KI) V l
In tho.Sfiaiio.nrn Democratic TcinicriMico
Milwaukee, July 8. At n lempor
aueo meeting to-day, at which Mayor
Btowcll, Democrat in politics, but of
strong tuutpuriuicc vlovn. pokt sever
al addresses were made. In which It yas
hinted that the prohibition party of
tho country was preparing to nomluato ,
a presidential ticket in ISHl. 1 1 is said
the movement has acquired considera
ble headway in Iowa, Ohio, In
diana, Alabama, Minnesota atuKother '
stales, and that the organization lu
going rapidly forward. Another)
meetliis? will bo held hero to-morrow to
form 4 . statu alliance. Many
prominent citizens have,
expressed tholr determination." .,
to attend. It la understood that tho ,
chairman of the Wisconsin Democratic,
stato committee has addressed a
letter to Mayor Slowtll concern-',
lug his action with tho temperance
people, and a convenllhn of Demo
cratic leaders will soon bu held hero
to consider what attltudu tho Do'io
cralle party of Wisconsin hIiuII tako
on thu liquor question, as tho peoplo
of the whole state aro aroused: ,
f 11 't
' bn of tl.
ro ho ho llt'lil In tlio lntoroitl
Columbus, Ohio, July S.-A call luw
been Issued for a state convention here,
July thuliUli, to hti composed of tem
perance workers, lrrespcclve of patty
or creed, to take measures necessary
for currying on the soooiid proposed
constitutional uineiulmout. Churehes,i.7,
ecclesiastical bodies and temperance
organizations are to send delegates.
HEWAUM.NU TUB FAITHFUL.
What Minn Vim Wow uot for llettiR Ooud.
Washington, July S.-Miss Van Lle'w
of lUuhmond, Va., whoau services dur
ing the war in behalf of the Union
and In aid of Union soldiers at
Llbbv prison gave her somo
prominence, has been tendered a tlrst
clas clerkship in the postolllco depart
ment by Postmustor-GenoralGreshani,
011 tho' recommendation of General
Grant. Miss Van Llow Was po-t-mistross
ot lUehniond during Grunt's
lliiMir.n Sugar Marltcl.
Havana, July S. Tlio sugar market
during the week was completely par
alyze J, neither buyeis nor sudors being
willing to tiade. Molasses sugar, 80 to
8!); polarization 0V to 01 reals, gold, per
arrobe; Muscovado, common to fair,
(IJ to 7 mils; centrifugal, U!2 to UU po
larization, in hogsheads, bags and
boxes, 8J to b reals.
Killed by a Conn.
Iscw Orleans, July 8. Th J'ioa
VMiltfK Pliuptlmino special sayH Sam
'Barton. a,"oiiloredrugUI'e fnmnJusUcejv
shot and killed Robert Duggan, u
saloon kcepei, heio this afternoon.
Duggnn was assisting an officer to
iiriest Darton. Duggan was a quiet
Inoffensive young man. The murderer
llasoJJall. . , '
St. Louis, July 8.-61. Louis 5Aliol
Coluiuiius, Ohio, July 8. Columbus
0, Metrop lititns . '-. a (
Louisville, Ky., July 8.7-Throo lrt- "
nhigs and rain houlsvllles il, Ath
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Tiro ill New Orleans.
New Orleans, July 8. The roof and
upper floois of the three-story store of
Shropshire it Co,, wines and liquors,
was burned, Loss $200,000; insured.
Rloffutt's candy factory and Hortwell
& Chambers, wholesale groceis, W010
damaged by water ; fully insured.
Killed "by 11 Tree
Albany, N. Y., July 8. August'
Ehlers, wifo onduhjU vrMu in n
siuull boat on thuiriyeri tnkijjvslioltoi
under a bankj wt.ro strtickibi' availing,
tree during tho oi''out', and Kfilonifir,1
and tlio child killed, lb. mother Js '" " '
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tnn tuiiiir.iirufoni"''" S?3Jr
L'roaild 11 w hito man. wlio isso .10
give l!i"Jr niimesf; mutl ywollttlo
girls at Sunbrlght, 01. tlK- Cimiiinutt
Southern, this uvening. mi con
fessed and will bolymhod. ,'
ow Orleans, July Hl)r. John H.
dlof thu JllssisslpmValb'y, arrived
here to-day in the liftf ret or hufr
Drowned In tlie'tPatflii'itu.
Maltlniqro, July 8.-. Mrs. Alberlio -J
Kiihlmaii, vued efgh'cii, nd Mary
Doiilen, ngel flftoen. j en-drowned In
tho Patapscp ijiverby . he qpstittl'ng of
a bttat. : " ' " '4,
A J,onNillti Illazo.
Loulsvilhi, tty.; .Tilly s. -M.
Wngiicrs' mllllficJry storo
loss of 3,000.. Insured.
Vlcksburg mado wh effort to securo-?""
the extensive r mad if) no tthbofi' to'tbo"
bulll In that Htat JjAMilio 'JSrWdgor
syndicate, whleli wllPiWn . Ino' from
11 ro in
( iw iiinitl In New (Tf
peoplo are soro over lf.s
ttou at Meridian. " '
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when he was ten j
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