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Issor lo tlio Domocrat-Adviiiice.
FOllT W011TW, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 10. 1883.
VY AT DALLAS.
OF THE SYNAGOGUE
kUiii lOul OtnliioHH Tulh-Thc
'lniiilry A nrUUHIiiplor
Uiizelle. . .... ..
Ljy u. Tho Dallas -Cotton
Ruir Couiimnv organized
fc following nro tlio olllouis :
hlnier, president aim gou-
W Li. J lull, vieopresi
Fllppen, treasurer; A.
s. secretary, uapitai siook
!l niul twcuty-Ilve thousand
o tlrst iisto8iiient lias been
bio July loth. The iao-
ir will bo commenced at
in onorutloii uuxt Tall.
mlth of Dallas comity.
ft. Smith, Arkansas, In the,
iirliiir uiuiK .luiucs wttsoii
Ired Lively near Dallas In
ho escaped from Jail after
in lss'). wuson was er.p-
Indian territory about n
liston Doutrhw of Scotland,
itu Marquis of Queeusbttry,
lit Dallas ror soveint nays
r cltv and farm property
iu In thu oattlo urowlng re-
wlll Invest lnrg ly In much
lie Marquis, aim on ins re-
fees purchasing eonsliiornuio
1 ...V. .......... l.l.wlun.. fnl. 1
J ill 1 I UllViU ..llll.cv, ,
knlnelpnl oi Ijcuuiioii, tciiii.
lied hero Sunday at the
if her M)ii, IIoiv runup
lor remains were lor-
Lobohan, Tumi., to-day.
fnor joun v. . jirown, i un
ni, is in tho city. Jlo has
jusv all day on .some unlet
Effiicit i.uuiui-iatlou v
Aiinmi tho imrt of bIHOWi ;tst
men ah to the present stnim
future growth and prosp- y
radof "'i club
afer .. -morrow to play the
ji$ ,- of that place. The
tgsnnd Blue .stockings
heir Diillm grounds Sun-
youths old baby died mid-
ine liicnuuui: rsuuu oo
Icburuc. Its mother and
lt "were along, but their
d not be learned. Tho lady
he titilu man sho had mar-
hless eharaoter nea.r Alvn
nottscd her so badly her
e ior nor to uiko neiuo ner
undent Klnnln, of tho J)al-
poor larm, was ucioru ine
lers court to-uay aim uo
olllelnl investigation Into
cruellies to and nuirtloiH
the guards, The coin
appointed Ji. s. Khn
nh .Slolll'taud C. M. Terry
;ttee of Investigation.
e, a jeweler, was oiose.il tV
In favor of Adams oi
nkorhof Jl.dhw, for $2,500.
ther ciedltorrt, but tho lull
id assets are not learned.
in In the Hebrew eongroga-
igoutofatho ltabbi Sehnhl
,vorno than over. Twentj'-
thc wealthiest anil
nent Hebrews haw with
in tlio synagogue, ineiuding
committee who voted to
ho rubni In tho late lnves-
labb Sohuhl wvs he win
;f tho prosecutors for dam
amatlon of character, He
licon current tho past two
f tlio nihbl had mado htute
loging scandals connected
ral leading lainiucs in jio
Iclroles here, and bloodshed
it hus been teared. To-ilay
appeared on tho streets
a six-shooter, announcing
ould nrotect hlnihelf niruliwt
jtyon all jmrts of tho ground.
Iiit.iltw Willi llult-llln Mm It ill TrlnU.
niul H'liiit IIcTIiIiiUh or tho
Bppclnl to tlieOiifottc. ,
Temple, .Inly . Your correspond
out met to-day Mr. C V. Jlatt, aVIio Iiiw
Justioturned from Sati Saba, where hq
nan been to see about giving bond for
his wlfuJosltm Jlatt, who was arrested
lu Jjongview about ten days ago and
taken to Pun Saba, charged with mur
dering her 11 rat husband, LI go Wat-
THE STATE ENGINEER.
APPOINTMENT OF 00L. BRITTON
Wliut In Thought or tho Sclortlim A Vnr-
ilon hy the Oowrnor Chnrlrr Vllcil
Minor Cniiltul Tiat,
Hpcliit to tho UnMtto.
Aut-tln, July . Tho governor has
llnally eoneluiled to appoluta htuto en
gineer, mid has selected .Tunics H.
Jirllioii .01 oiiuiiiinu. i uu iiiiuuii
kltiH. sonic three years ago, full reports
of which have been iiubllhlied In tho
(Uy.UTTi:. lour correspondent in ,.,, u ,W,iii,iii..m ,, ,f,wiii mm. imt. tim
(luestlonlug Mr. Jlatt learned tho ol- j otlor appllcnulH will never forglvo tlio
lowing i , governor for tho suHneni-u hu has kept
"AUOill si'vwi yran uHu, 1 mull . nun, (lwm ,.. U(i mo pilUllO Will
my lint wilu iiiut wkcii up wuu an- ..over ceasu tol.ellove that his neull-
uence in attending to thu matter
oi hoi-man and wanted 11 divorce. At
last 1 became dsgiibtcd with her, anil
would not llvo with her mi7 more, folio
told 1110 that 11 fortuno teller had tild
her that the Jiord had sent her a good
fellow to make u good living for her,
and that tho man from liidlaun, whom
1 had hired to uinko a crop, was tho
man that tho Lord had H'lit her. I
then drove tho fellow (Geo. Thomp
son) away from my place, where I was
then living In Moutngue, as a mer
chant. J sold out then and moved to
Koit Woith, and after being thero a
short llmo, sho ran away and went to
Waco. J followed her. and afteik liv
ing with her a week In Waco I be
came so disgusted that then 1 told her
If she did not like my accusing her of
being with another man, then sue for
a divorce, and sho did m, and wo wore
involved. 1 liven in waco nuout six
teen months, and sho went west, after
which time sho catno back and said sho
was tired of sii living, and
wanted mo (0 take her back. Alter
niuoh liornimdlng 1 married her again.
J lived with her six months, and she
had an abortion In that tlino and no-ou-ed
nio of poisoning her. t told her
she imlst'get out after she was up. .She
tried to get tho1- doctors to testify
against me, but sho failed. When she
was well I told her I would not Jlvo
with her, mid I sued for thu chlldion
und gained thorn In .ludgo Alexander's
court, anil i moved to nonon. vvuer
that sho sued for nd'voreo and got It.
and got possession of tho children. I
wont to Waco to stand trlnl Jov a
chaigo of assault, and after that went
to Junpasas where I lived a year, and
there mot Mrs. Joslua Cash. J was
acquainted hor about a year before wo
became married. Klio told inoslio was
from Georgia, and was divorced from
a man nanud Watklns. Afler being
married three months I went to Waco
to sec my children. 1 took my chil
dren away from my former wife and
sho had mo arrested and got tho chil
dren, and had 1110 placed In jail. I
gave uoim, aim my uist who aim sen
left for Longvlew, where wo wore ar
rested about ton daytfugo. Blip was or
rested for murder of her tlrst husband,
which occurred about tureoyeard ago,
and J way taken for kidnapping tho
.children, and taken toAVaco and
cleared. Mv last wife was taken to'
San Baha, and I followed her after my
dial at Waco. I tried to get bond,
but could not. I toll you she Is a gootl
woman, and she will turn slate's evi
dence against those who were Impll
111010 promptly was a migrant
nbusu of power. Col. Jlrlt
toii Is u civil engineer of
standing, having graduated at Cum
berland University, Lebanon, Tennes
see, before tho war.
Tho governor also appointed "Win,
Vlviuw nllot commissioner at; Arkansas
l'ussahd Henry C. Hanks commis
sioner of deeds tor Texas in tho city cf
Jus. II. Hennot of Johnson county,
sentenced to llvo years In tho peniten
tiary for murder in the second degree,
was to-day pardoned by tho governor
upon t' recommendation of tho judge
and Jin, 1 and others.
Tlio loiiowing cnariers wcro uieu
lo-dav: Texas Aid Company of Corsl-
cana. capital ?2,".(X); HHl County Land
and Llvo Stock Association, capital'
stock $30,000; Tyler City Railroad
Company, capital stock $100,000; Colo
rado and Seven Wells
Water-works, oaiillul slock $IM
0011; Texas Wirier and Ons
Company, capital stock 91.000,000; Dal
las Jlarrel and Woodenwaro Factory,
capital Mock W3.000; tho M. T. .Jones
Lumber Company of J-hinls, capltul
Tho collector of Jloxar county settled
Tho State Jlantist convention ad
journed to-day to meet at Dallas next
Tho sower board met to-day
lowed W..H. Bush $11,000 for
portuulty to sell to Sonlo parties in
Callahan county at fcatisWotory llgurcs
liud closed out.
Cant. Jlyrou Mclvtxin of Gatesvlllo 1
Mrs. John L. Dyer and her niece,
Miss Jjaura Hello Jlcrrlng, daughter of
yi. I). Herring, I2s have gone North
to spend the summer.
Mr. J. W. Castles, f thu drug firm
ofCastlcijit Co., has returnee! from u
six weeks trip to Now Mexico.
Mr. Ii. .1. Worlluuh.'Of the JcU'ei-sou
H7fc-ttcaA-c, was in tho cltv to-day.
lloleft on tho north-bonml "Missouri
Caiit. Jlill Heed, of West Station,
was In thooltv to-day.
Jtov. bam Morris, of Mooresvlllo,
gavotiH a pleasant call this morning,
Tho Jlaptlsts of West Station nro pro
paring to build -u church at that place.
Mr. JI. G. Hostwlok, left this even
ing Torn visit to friend in J'eoria,
Mr. Allen West wont up to Jlllis
boro this afternoon. N
THE FEVER STRIP.
A0L0SE GORDON BRAWN TO PRE
Fruitier, Uho vouorablo
Mr, J. C. l'niTilcr, went to
mother of ft
her old home. Jllllshoro, thin utter
noon. J lor husbuud built the llrt
house and hotel over created In Hills
boro, Mr. Ii'rank "Wheeler ami his sister,
Miss Maudo Wheeler loft this evening
for Boston, Ma.sicllUsHtH, on a visit to
frlouds for the summer.' They will re
main until tho latter part of October.
Capt. Bobb Hoss, of Yottng county,
Is In tho city.
Tho Hnlnirln of D-ilin ltlo Inttu c tlnj; "ov
Items unit SddIiiI (Jih.Io About
TIkIIiiiico it ll.nllh (llllccru Tho A'cnl
Otileroil to l'roccril Norllittr t
X UmiKei cirnl,
lprelnl to tlio Onictlo.
Galveston, July (), TliW morning
the agents hero of tho yellow fever
strlekon baric Salome received a, cable-
gianv from herowneis, in Norway, or
dering the bark to Hampton Uomls.
In an interview with Dr. J'enny,
health physician, he stated that to
morrow the bark would he sand-bal
lasted, provisioned and fully uup tiled
with every requisite for her Voyage,
and would sail 111 the next
threo days for JlampUn Heads;
Hint Dri Shearer, the assistant
quarantine physician now on board
of her, would go with the vcej'ol In
charge of the flick, and that, nothing
lacking to their comfort would be
omitted from the Hut of tho supplies.
1-iVery precaution has been taken by
Dr. J'enny to prevent any communl-
Suirciutcrctl to tho Shorlft A Cmol'
ComliU'tor l.ocul Hups niul MUhuin.
iml lurioiiiil .Mention.
Hoportoil lor UiOCli7oHn.
Waco, July D.J'hil lCirkpatrick,
charged with attempted arsont canio
In to-day, surreiuiercd to ine sncnii
and gao bond In the hum of $.100.
I'm tic-, hero from Kort Worth to-day
comnlaii) that a conductor on tho Mis
souri i'aclllo allowed 11 drunken man
to ride In tho ladles' car, who used In
decent language, to the disgust and
Insult of the ladles,
.Thronghtho courtesy of M, D. ITcr-'
ring ICmi., Wo had tho pleasure of an
1 Introduction this evening t Mr.
Jitlwin llean, a prominent, auovuey 01
Chicago. Mr. Jlean was formerly a
resident 01 waco.. iio canio noro 111
weio imnn-i ,,., ,,. ,,.,,. .,,,.,. ,.o ,,,. ,.-i..... wi.
cated in the killing. She wi tried ..?. '....own as ''Waco Village." Jlo
nice and cloaretl. Perkins was under " L J'" ' , 0 1 l o
nit inmliuiitoil ih'iMiiii tliim tho ro.alltv
i".K which ho bees before htm. On in-
i OrKIIln ..,,. ,,,, , .,,,,. ,.,,. 11... ,..!,, I ....
, ',. I 'llarron's Branch," now In the hoait
of tho cltv. whore lie snot ami Killed
f tlio Di'iul llooy ofiin Unknown
til riiiySiiMii'ciloil Aiictol
July 0. The body of an un-
lui was lounu yosiortiay
Invo miles south ol tills city.
fofhls llosh had been eaten
Ills skull was broken on
.... ir I... tiful h.nti klwtt
, i.n . ..v ...... ,vi, .-..s
tllU UO.Ul WUU UHllOl gun.
is were an gone oxcopv ins
Rlntwew, Hols supposed. to
Ii murdered on tho night ot
Host. Iso cine us yet lias
fued at yet to tho guilty pr-
coionor is now noionig an
t will not return a verdict
iiorrow, Thu citizens are
icward of ?a"0 for the arrest
kuiwran, who has been a rcsl-
Sils city lor tho past two
has gained thoconljdonco
of all our citizens by hU
mow lying in jail upon mis-
...!.... Jl... ........ ......I., ...I...
i-lll'lll till- PillllV J"l', ",
I'nanio of Llddell, committed
hi liurcka, Kansas, 111 hep-
!S0. Shcrltr Vcrner arrived
toiday from Kuroltu ami
dentify him Flnuegan ex-
rove uy a nuimior m uusiucss
f T.nnlu tlint In. m-ii In. that
business at the tlmo.
Lshavo a hearing to-morrow
Itcoriuis, hoforo Hon. M. J,
kthe court of appeals. The
Ion Is looked forward to with
rost bv our cltlr.cns. on ao-
hlagood conduct hero during
jiui irom 1110 general uenei
Br clear and warm.
bond. She is now in jail, and Perkins
is .still on nomi. 1
sho was in love with
and would not tell on him. but 1
know that Perkins went back on her
and now sho will show up tho wholu
alt'alr, which Is, as stated to 1110 by her,
that her brothor-inlaw, Whltehurst,
imvo Perkins tho if lilt to kill Wittklns.
From what I can learn she was living
With Perkins when Watklna canio
fioni Georgia and If she don't turn evi
dence 1 will sue for bigamy."
Your reporter thou asked Mr. Halt
what ho intended doing, ami if he
would llvo with the wife whom ho
knew was Implicated In the murder
of her tlrst husband, Whereupon Mr.
Batt replied: "I Intend going home
niul ivfirlrlmril ns 1 hnvn lllwavs dOHO
I and await the termination of tlio trial
that is soon to take place. My who
has been a gootl and 'true wo
man to me and if she Is cleared,
as 1 think she should be,
and wishes to llvo with mo I will bo
too happy to have her, for I would
riitboi- llvo with and take care of a wo
man that has done wroug.as tho world i
looks upon It, and then repented, than ,
to llvo with a woman married as a vlr-1
ulnwho turns out and continues as a
Your reporter thanked Mr. llatt,
who loinoiked as wo took our leave,
"I have seen hull In all of Its shapes,
but 1 am still man enough to near
DriiiiiKi-h Auiitiikt ttio Central
tin, .iniy it. - tho unsooi hook
ustoii & Texas Central raw
kvnifriledtbo time of the dls-
ior K'verai iitiya. a voruiei
fcwd to-day for $'.(XM) for the
Tiiogrounu ror tlio suit was
or .Mrs, jiook'H wuu Tlio
itiilnnml Cioiin-InillKiiniit l)i-nll t Cm"
unit m-porti. on.uwloiiiiii'ini Ituiihl
Special to tho Otirolto.
1.1-mn. Tc.. Jiiv I. A heavy tain
fell hero vestcrday, continuing Into tho
night. Farmers and business men are
Jubilant. Cotton will yot make a fair
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average crop, mho nun iv nnvi
for corn, excepting late corn ami in lo
calities that have been favored with
rain nrovlouslv. It has been one
bundled and thirty days since ram ot
uuv good fell here so says the Jlurw.
FaUo ami malicious .statcmont have
gained circulation regarding our
couutv, hotablv one emanating from I
San .Saba ami another from Jiieiit.
Schmidt, commanding tho ranger
hero during tho district court. Wo
deny both statements In every cscn
tlnl. At uu thno was there'
imminent danger of a row, nor did
anyone oversoo ten or twelve men In I
iiMiuad, as Mr. Schmidt claims to
luivoneen, laden wM'-, 'is or,c'ul"
ridges. Nor tiro onr'i .is afraid to
bit on Juries or go oiuvo the witness !
hluiltl, Jt is fulso; noV have we a hun-.
drisl munler cases on our uoeaei. ouni
his tlrst w Id turkey. Further on un
lu tho suburbs of the city is where ho
'killed his Hist bear. Wo welcome
, Mr. Bean back to his old home, though
j only it few of tho old residents here
i then now remain Capt. S. P. Jtoss,
I Major Geo. Jl. I2rath. Gen. Sul and
1 Col. Pete Itoss, Malor Wiley Jones, M.
j 1). Honing, JSstp, the writer, and a
i few others.
Mr. G. 1). IJanilll mot with u pain
ful accident this morning. While
driving his two-horo sptlng wagon,
near the city, the king bolt of thu
wagon was broken, when the vehicle
come uncoupled anil ho was thrown
violently to tho ground, dislocating
his light shoulder.
Miss Florence Gerald, daughter of
Judge Gerald of this city, was ex
pected to return homo and spend the
.summer, hut a letter to hor father,
dated tth lust., states that she will re
main in New York. Her
many friendd hero who antici
pated tho pioasuto oi nor
I visit will bo disappointed lo learn that
i sho will not make the promised visit.
In this connection It nllimu us plea
suro to know that Miss Florence haa
achieved an enviable success In her
chosen profession, that of thu stage.
Mr. W. O, Dodson, who has Just re
turned from Jiiuiiposas, reports the
following paitleulars of a robbery
which occurred last Saturday about
twelvo or fourteen miles from Lampa
sas: A few days since a gentle-man,
whoso name is forgotten, bargained
with a sheep man for a herd
of sheep, agreeing to pay
SHOOjthobheop man stipulating that
lie was to nave mo ciisu in mum.
AVhon he wont to his house to pay the
money he backed out fioni his bargain.
Tho gentleman sturled back to Juu
n.iH.'m whon ho was met by two men
with drawn pistol-, who told him to
throw up his hands.
Tho new church was dedicated at
Mastcrsvlllo yesterday. Jlov. S.uii P.
Wright of this city preached the dedi
catory sermon, and Jlov. A, P. SIlll
man of MaMhull preached In the
afternoon. ,. , ,
The sermon of Jtov, J. J). Shaw,
preached at the court-house yesterday,
elicited considerable comment on tho
A Methoiltht camp-meeting will he
held at Mastorvllle, beginning next
Friday night, loth Inst.
The Presbyterians of West Station
have completed their new houso of
worship, it la a two-story structure,
tho minor siorv noun: ipvih-h uy mu
Snoclnl to tlio Clnt uttf.
Paris. Julv 0. The Iltlo town of
Dudovlllo", which is beltur constructed
one mllo we.it of Paris. Is irolmr to be a
beautiful little village after a bit. Jt
is Hiiuutou on a nigu sanuy rittge,
ultatled by wide spreatljlig trees ami
watered by running streams. It has
wide stieots, largo yards, high and
roomy houses and wll' ilvitl Paris
soon. Its Ultimo Is tho ollsprlng of
Boyd of thO Xorth 2b.mt, and Is not
cliaraeterlstlcof Its peoide. It was
named Dudevllle, so Iloyd says, from
the style of one of Its leading clllyens
who Is correspondent ot uio uiiivesion
An artlllelal lake with liny boats
ami broad drives for niooh-ltght riding
and driving and a dancing pavilion for
those who wish to danceis to bo one
of thouttraolivo realities of Paris, Tho
lake is stocked with cri,and after a
bit the angler can have all the fun and
llsh ho wants without leaving tho city.
It is the property of Messrs. Martin,
Wise and Fitzhugh, llirdt&vory public
The Sunday-school convention of
this county will mqeb at Hope
well, seven miles northwest of J'aris.
on the 2flth, All tho SoAiday-schools
ofJIu) clly and county ducted dele
gates to tho convention yesterday. A
largo number of delegates will bo pres
ent, and u. line time and a good dinner
Tho member.? of the Parts "Merry
Minstrels" are very much incensed at
tho criticism of tho Sherman Courier
mado concerning their performance at
Sherman on the night of the Fourth.
They claim that tho articles weie
made out of a spirit of malice. Your
Correspondent knows nothing of tho
facts, (nit only knows that the mom
bora of the trouno are all
ueiitlemeu who know how to treat
citizen visdtoisof nelghboijtig towns
with proper courtesy, no matter In
what capacity they come.
Tliov thank tho people of Shcr
inaii for tho cordial welcome with
which they were received, and while
thev believe that the aitloles In tho
Courier wore not written lu ti friendly
wav, btlll they forget their anger, und
if t'he Cuttricr was a larger paper or
l.nil ii hot ti i iiti'diiliillmi llmv- would
also thank that paper for Its kindness
in advertising them.
How O. P. Stark and his daughter,
Mln Katie, are visiting hero. Mr.
Stark Is principal of Spencer Academy
In the Choctaw Nation, and ono of the
llr-t educators In the county.
Mr. P. W. Harrison, owner of the
Bed Store, has soltl his entire stouk to
T. J). Craig. All printers regret this
as Mr. Harrison is one of those mm
who believe that advertising is the
lii.'itn.Htiiv of tho merchant.
A nartv by the nuinoof C. "W, Wat
ers, chained with theft, whows put
.... .in. j.. i..,. ........ .........i ,
canon wuu mo iiueuieti vvtwei. j.
water picket hail been cstabllahed, and
no boat can Wnheln over the bar with
out being ovcthauled, whilw a daily
and nightly patrol is kept up on the
beach lo prevent any landing of a
boat on that sldo of tho island.
Dr. Ilhtut will give hi personal super
vision to the ballasting ami provision
ing of the bark, ami seo that no one
goes on or comes oil' tho infected Ves
sel. The general public can feel as
Mirod that oVcry precaution will be
taken to prevent infection, and that
the quarantine regulations will bo rig
George Lewis, a negro who stealthily
slipped up behind Jowls llnymonu.
another negro, Saturday night, and
dealt him a powerful blow on the head
with ti piece of timber from
the clleots of which Ilayinond
iias Won lu a comatose condition over
since, was arraigned before tho recor
der and was bound over In a $300 bond
for u heart mr on Friday, by which
lime it is expected thecondlllon of tho'
wounded matt will bo determined.
Dr. Swcarlngeu returned to Austin
y Associated ros.l
Galveston, AulyO. Tho chief of po
Hue httd three men patrolllngtho beach
down tho hland, to carefully watch for
the lauding of any boat and question
elosely the occupants. In case such an
attempt is made. The object is to
guard against ,tlie possibility of any of
theoiowof the Salome, lying at sea
twelve miles from the tfty, with el
low fever aboard, leaving tho dilp unci
attempting to come ashore.
This arrangement will continue
until the Salonio leave, which will
probably occur In a day or two. A
CIiiixIiik n Drutiemilo-T lir Comlue Vollm
rnt lUi'liilnitiiff mi Krrlng Wire
Titling Cliin-tci'ml A ntorlu-
Sticclnl to tho fintotlc.
San Antonio, July 0. United. States
Deputy Marshal Nlggll gave chase
last Friday lu JyjtSallu county to the
notorious Jim Wright, who ha9 for
the oust four days been llirurlmr con
spicuously UH a herso tlilei, murderert
smuggler and general desperado lu
LaSalio and adjacent counties. Chase
was previously given to "Wright mid
a notorious negro by tho name of Moso
Cabbage who dad aided In the smug
gling of tliUty-tluce head or homes
from Mexico by two men named
Snyder and Kelly, Moso Was cap
tured und placed In the so-called Jail at
Cotulla. 'Moso dug up a ltrgo Mono
rtoin the Jail Moor, with which he
batteicd down Its brick and plahk
walls, mnklng u hole large enotlgu lor
two men to escape, and through which
Moso escaped. Thin was done lu the
middle of the day and no ono hoard
"he noise while tho negro was Work
ing thu walls. Wright was fol-
lowt . by Nlggll. Sherltl McKlnuoy
of Lasalle and four nnlgcrs,
Who chased him auout
twenty miles without success. The
description given of tho clrisc is thrill
lug and Interesting. "WilgHt was
Tho Tennessee editorial excursion
passed through tho city to-day on their
wav 10 uaivesiou, navmg uiny guuo
as Tar south as JiUtodo.
Jtls settled that S.ip Antonio Irt to
have a Volkst'est the coming fall. Dr.
M, Jjiudnor, formerly of Jiouslon, Is
the presldont ; Den Mttuernitui, Aug.
Belknap, Jidwaid J) radon and Win.
Uoelllng are all vice-presidents;
O. L, Wagner Is seorelay,
JSugono StoU'ell corresponding seore
tarv, and Capt, Jvarber chief nluMial,
The lvtoptloti and oilier coininlttees
weie appointed and about $1000 are
promised to start the ball.
A Now Orleans man who found hid
wifo lu a brothel had u lively and Urn
matiOKceno with her but failed to In
duce her to leave the promises.
The parties tiro highly respected, and
tho ailldr furnished oil for Dame Gos
There was considerable oxcltunenl
to-day in tlio eotuinlbslonorb' court
ftom a proposition to tax building,
loan and other associations of similar
eharaoter. Tho commissioner.-) tiro de
termined to tux all associations of such
A Ititintiim at CtiiKiMrt Kmy Ynrrt T r
Hilly Iiiliuiitt'H.'Uolwittho ltottoniot It.
jjnvrlal to tlio (Inrctte,
Wuslilngton, Jitly , Thoro is great
Vt11 F1 Wllr B4 tl IIHUIIll' inn. tiniv tri'
Norwegian mariner, tp-day nnpllcMo- excitenlent atNoriolk, Aa.,cmisod hy
ng ilepartment ot the Closport
yard, by CoinniOdoro AY. K.
flu. iititlini'ttli'M fur ii linvittidii iim jfiinto I Mn. ui'iuf ri' C.'iiiiiiiimilurS.I. J' Ale-
on . tliJnft'cl$ll Vessel, for 'tlio, .voy7fVJiehWy,lCIiIl-oftlJ,ad)itf Jh''f
I'miper Kmlgraiitft Comtnit '
',nl-Ai Ajipciil on tho TiW
tlon Avt-Othcr CiiyUol
! I i V ll .
"WasliiJaton, JviVv O.-Thn
UCllOral lillS ulVCtl his nnlnlA.,
secretary of the treaBuiy lUu'
tlio ininnwnllhit of n,1t?Jr.raWV
spurious tens, to create a iwlffli,
meet the remilroinont Unit nllflZ!?,!0 "f
tcrcd for importation shall Ixjff. t-'4 ,
incd bcrorp passing from the tonlrtiV
eusloms luithorltUs. Hosay8heflfAK,5'
section or the act refers totVawinWv -C
era and revenue officers as alrettuv mo-,
vlded for by law. ' ' . -
The ltiii(-,lm Mivnlrr.
The department of Justice M re
ceived further information from Jet-"
fCrson, Tex,, relative to the assaltm.
ticn of Judge Huughn, the hudn wit
ness for the government In the pend
ing ease for" violation ot
tho election laws. '"VKhS
wiltcrsays threats havo been maue by
the defomlnuts in these cased to the ef
fect that they will nut bo pmseouteil
by the government; that when they go
Into courttliey will go armed, and if
the trial should result In a conviction
they will kill tho court and everybody
connected with it. The assasjinatlon
of 1 laugh n has given ilsoto considera
ble nmaslncss there, and It is
not known how soon others may go
in the same way. The writer asked
that liN name bo not HC1 la this
matter, for should it ha known, ho
would not llvo to see tho sun sulno
Tho treasury department l in
formed that n large number of
"assisted" pauper immigrants ate
coming to tho united Slater through
Special Agent Howell, now at IMatls
burg, X. Y., has called tlio attention
of the treasury doputlniont to the largo
number of immigrants arriving at
(ucbcc and Montreal, He says mm.y
oftbeniaro ahuot destitute having
neither money ior friends, and
are too feeble by reason Of ace or lu
tlrmltj, to support themselvos. Ho
says nu.8t of t'llH clasi are puupeiH h )
have beon imslsletl In procuring thqlr
passage, and are ticketed to points In
thu western part of thu United
States. Tlio special ugcut Is informed
that twenty-eight persons who had
lett Ireland only twenty days bcfoie,
were found holplem and starving hi
tho streets of Bnludo, and were com
mitted to tho Frio county tthm-hotiso.
all of these peojije coitip' Jiito
the Unltotl States .vlii,Omiii(lu. Tli
to HuniDton Hoaus. ollering his ser
vices for $i"itl and the expenses of n re
turn ttlp to Galveston. As ho had
never had yellow fever tho oll'er was
A vague rumor 1h current hero this
afternoon that the yellow foyer had
broken out on tho lower Jtlo Grande
in llrownsvlllo, but a western associ
ated press special just received from
that point says tlioto Is no yellow fever
or signs of any, either at .Brownsville
lug cattle M Oivuriftifluii'ma! e very
1 IgivurU for tills cJa",s Of ittolijyanW
'mWJreland to CmtudalIerWyijho
Iiicoinlliiiy rim-No liiHurnnco
fipot-tnl lo tho Giiiutto.
Sau Saba, July 0. A tiro occurred
hero on Saturday night last tit 115
o'clock, which entirely consumed the
tfxehanue saloon bulldhuroti thosonth
side of the sauato. owned by A. It. 1
Jlrovvn. Tlio liulldlng Was unoccu
pied, and the ilro was thoiight to bo
tho work of Incendiaries. Jtiss
on building about $000; no
ilisUnmce. Tho Sun Saba Sil
ver Cornet band lost all their
scenery and Mage piopeitles, which
were stored in tho building. Had It
not been for tho unyielding ed'orts of
tlieo Uzoiis, ami ihououmiuiioooi wa
ter furnished by the public tanks, the
otttlte south sltle of thusuutiio would
have been consumed.
.l.M. Jlaikoy. Hlierill' of San Saba
county, lotnrueti from Lampasas yes
lei day with four prlsouerri. Among
M... ..mill. ..! il INIlH. Jollllll-
n lull here a few da ago, has applied mi nuj jIVH Johanna Perkins, who
oJudgoW. S. Mooro for a writ wiib liullotcd nt llio Itwt term of court
for the minder or lur husimnti, t. j.
WatkitiH, in thlscouutyaboutoncyear
will bo held Ihu
J-ii s. Jtilv . ltotibrt I'jir-
wolvo year-old won of AlU-n
into in swimming unu ovi
o Wlchlt'i, was (iwnetl,
hoMofoll down with Frank
u-Mfi.iiH.iitu woro nubltshed ill a recent
i'mtojiun as coining fioni tho source i mhsoiib, ami used by them as a halt for
mentioned, ami 10 wiu i-enou injury holding tneir regitfir uicouuks
or otir county m " rv-wuiiuB nvu-
'ihe town Is Improving; our (louring j
mill will' Mion coinnieuej operations. ;
WatorworkH are talked of, and this
will doubtless hst city soon. A Joint .
stock tHiinpauy for tho pmiKwo or tho
eompletion oi." " wuvK. uuuhuik
a to ho oi"Snued.
Canton riiuutel Strikers.
ia.11 UU-er. Mass., July. l Vh
.. iiik itmirui mill, n iii.u
w.,h ulna ueJ8. -truck this I Cu,nO,rv'
,!.,... -" - ,, ,.llllt,l,l (It All-. W. T. "J.lt.. .. .!.!
vear In August, embracing tlio second
Siiudav of iliat mouth and beglnnlug
the Friday lK'foro,
Kev. l-'raucls H, Starr, ho new
rector of St. Paul'H Fplseopal eliureh,
prvaehcAt hla Inaugural bermon bum
Si,-. fJ. IT. Wist. reWseeutlng
L A. Ooldstoin. of tllU "y J
lft thin evening mr. JHIH'1Vr.
j.owieHnH Rtid other points
habeas corpus which was granted and
ho case set for trial next Wednesday.
A llttlo negro boy was shot turn Kill
ed n short distance ftom town a day or
IwoHincis andwasburUxl hero yester
day. Vour reporter eoilltl not get tlio
particulars as tho Interested parties are
tryjng.to keep the all'iilr a secret. Jt Is
reported thattho killing was done in
anger bv liN brother, and about a
A colored gentleman litis beon Jailed
lim-o fin- an Infiaciion of the laW by
deslixivlng the bridge over his wius
nose. The tnldge lias- boon repaired.
It Is verv cool. Tho wind blowing
from duo 'North, blows hopo out of
the farmer's heart und blows oft' tho
prospect of rain.
A wedding occurred hero last night
which was bitterly opposed by senvoof
the brldo'H iclaltvoH, who witlsod 6omu
Tho ladles of J'aris nro striving In
every wav mid at all seasons lo raise
fund's to beautify the Fvergreeh
........it.iw . Our luilli-H mo most dili
gent In hls good wirk, and In a short
time Ihu Jioino of our loved ones,
which a few years ngojwaa a bleak ami
bnrrfin plnjn, will blossom Into a very
paradise. ' .,',.,
This town Is at prtv-ent absoiulely
full of.vounir ladles Just graduated tit
dlll'erent tollees In the North and
South, aim inero aivonu-ia niiiiuj n
uweelandattiiellvo who havo return
ed to fpeml their summer vacations.
Among tlicm tire JIIssch Annie and
Funulo Dahouey .Annie MoLead.Mlsa
Claud Hancock, Mniuy Giuinell, Sad
..!.. iimiilersoii. and a iimt of others,
'ritiwri nro true nnd sliuplo nativo
OmmbcwcMM rifcjj'' ' '
The remainder of the stock of gro
ceries or Hoborls it Son was- to-day at
Inched In favor or Bertram, Jtrucg
gorholtW: Moellerof AUhtlu. to wttlsry
i rn ng on account of the cnungo "i r. v, u, ai,tl ti of this clly i -iuv,,,,iiy
",... ...... t.x ..aviiioiit b the turned In,,,, uut hu ktur Uk! h
tieso are true nnd lmple nativo
iiitberti. rert who return from their
Ml highly polished andtlHflywJu-
Kto Wmie glltterliiK jewel-In
"r' "(4.l. ui I..II1UMI
r..i.. aiiun "i -"--";
iyi..7l . lUV.irillllll. MUtUllKl
that t i ' 'Tr.tV" I tendetl to
,y uuw", ,,;, r : :l'i,1!,
Tlio ainllwil Amihitliii-Actlilmit to ni
tllil Mini Tho I'lrw llii-.MInor Nutr.
Hjircliil to tho Cliicottc.
Sherman, July 0, The North'Texas
Medical association will convene at
Sherman on -Wednesday, July 18th.
An old man, known here as "King,
wlille under tho oileuts of liquor, fell
from tho depot platform yesterday and
received K'tlotis injuries. Ho was sent
tills morning to the county poor farm
lo he cnicd for.
It Is probable that our hook and lad
der bovs will enter into a contest with
the Gainesville boys during September,
when the annual race eomu oil, in
nntur to rcdoclll their lOSt tntlllPUt.
They will go in full force nnd do their
best? and If tveaten thU time, will give
pp the ghost.
Jtov. Doe, of New York, congrega
tional minister, U in Ihu city, and
paid oft tho claim against their bouse
,'.r ...nmiiin. known heretofore as bt.
Paul's churoh.u Hue brick edllloo, of
Which ltev. Sanborn In pastor.
Yesterday a timely rain fell to the
.'ingiil!iooru line trade this fall and
winter, na crops of nil kinds ftro
. , ... !y:.
.mrMHri-n.H.Jd 'thvlr ;HutJierf
iiuimuii U,. Jjnmles- of New York,
rauli wio the IMfon utul Alvrf(Ucr for
Jlbei In tlte um of $lo.0W, for eopylng,
a month mko, New Vork letter to Ue
''l , I w , . ,.
Mnvo. tun roiiunaiuiam. ii' up wmim
that plevloustotho election last May,
Comniodore Mayo rctiutvsted Coni
mander McGlonsey to employ two col
ored men, LlttlelonOwensn well known
MiihoutMUilltlolaii of Prliicosslcoiinty,
and another nervo mimed Jordan, us
laborers in ills department. Comman
der McGlonsey demurred to tho re
quest, ami required a written order
from Commodore Mayo before ho
would employ Owens and Joidan. This
Commodore Mayo Issued and the parties-
were taken Into the yard. Alter
this u request wan matio uuinuiiuiiu
der MeGiensov bv the commodore to
surrender thu order ho htul given to
employ Owens and Jordan.
Tills request was refused by
Commander iMcGlensoy, as lie
roiiulred the order as a voucher, bc
ciiiiKo his bureau lu Washington had
ordiued no further expenditures , nf
that month. Commodore Mayo went
In persoh to Commander MeU eusoy h
ollleonuti deniandetl tlio oilglnal or
der, which was dually refused, Where
........ tin. cimi mniUirii ordered Com-
ntiiuijer McGlonsey to retire to hl
tpinrlcrs and consider hltuseir under
aneJt. Jleru a remarkable scone toolc
placo. After receiving the order of
arrest, Commander McGieusoy went
lu his desk ami commenced
.moving out home ,1MH''";
Commodore Mayo ordered him
to desist. Commander MoGloiiBey re
plied that tho papers were Ills private
property, which ho bail a right to re
tain possession of. The Commodore
thou ordered a marine to seiv.o Com
mander McGlonsey, when the latter
warned tho niailno not to touch him.
pi... (v.mTiiniiilim! of Marines and the
ntilwr. of tho dav v;uro scut for, nnd
when the latlor omccrarriveuaim wa
informed by Commander McGiensoy
that the papers he had taken from his
dusk Xxro hlH private papeiv, the o:
cer did not interfere. ConniMuUler
McUleimey is aiow eonllncd to his
quarters. . ,
Vt'lnitr lM'rrut Milp Itliunt.
Thesurgewiof tho Keiiornl mmliio
service has received attvlccHtlut the
Norwealati Mirk Vega Is at Ship J-
land, with yellow fover on board.
CusloiiiH and Internal ipveiuio re
ceipts Increased $3 10,700 the llrB week
Tho Lottery DecUloii.
Postmaster-General Grcsham will
ttKlav forward to tho postmasterM at
New 'Orleans ami Now York copies ol
his decision in the lottery case, to
gpther with lottei directing liofo
no-itniaHtew todlseohtlnuo thodellciy
'r money orders and rcdslerel paek
ages to agents orthe Louisiana Lot teii
cTmipanv. Council for tho Colorado
lottery s'ubmltUtd to Ibo iostmas bis
general i he question as to whether,
under hla recent dwlsluu, rcglsilctetl
letters addntood tongehUur the com-
(.. I.. W..ul.tli.rlllll llllllll t)U M'ltlt-
L.hl. 'I'hlB is h miesllou lh lWbt.
juuster-genonil has not yet decided
is Informed Ihut u mrge numycr or
"state aided" Immigrants are
to leave fcoyrus. lreinuu, on
tho next Allen lino WOnluer and are to
be sent at once from Canada into the
United States, Jt 1 staled that at tlio
treasury department H, is said there is
no law to prevent pauper luinilgatlon
through Canadian territory.
An AliirinlnK I)UeBo Apprplicinlfil Aiibiij;
llonsfi-AVhilt Stnhliiinvii nl Otlirr
St. Jiouls, July O.Horfio Owners at
Plnkclvllle, it neighborhood just luslUo
the limits or this city, mo considera
bly dismayed by the outbreak of a
disease among their stock which
threatens to run Hs course as: uu epl
dcmlfl. Thodleeiwe Is by pouio de
dlnrcfl to I'oifJonders, while others iy
It is somothlnc like nink-oyc. ""Aa,
several Hither extensive stablemen are
Interested, it is not easy to get at mo
exact truth. If it is glanders they
will not admit It, but It lsQovtnln that
tho thing lins wtused gieat uliUm ami
no little hard reeling. The, Jockey
.lull trnt'U. where more or
le.n thoroughbreds aw always
stabled, la sandwiched in
ainonp sornq ofthe paHldres ii wblcJi
the lnieotett pojmjh uaveueeu ''.'";
iard oftsitudlEtttlou met to-d.y
probably be Ju fceseloi for ,
Tht disease hafj not appeared in" tlufO
tablos,but of course It In U!I",,t1
have It so near by. The vM$ ' )
ni . tun irpiierauji '. v
tho llir wio lilamc in uu
s ago, a ill'" ? dealers sen
!. rltJri orstfl to one of tin
. . . !.-. .. .. .innrnii
mat v cuuiy iuu Ky" ,.. .,,7,
liersorthe Hw v7.,lras
oltv ttn lu
,.. ., lot (ifMlikli0rsC8
h uch elllelenl means of ; g f
such dlhtqinper aa m ft nff.
a inv.stui'i;it CHAHITV.
rUten Vnnairtil ChUUrvn V,ity th Til
liMnr' HalmUtl-, .. ,.
ieji w, ","vr' ,ii.i. ur r.li I
IKU ikr f rvi"m wm I
Him lino pnpoin'i -.'-., .i,.u ()r
probably cxperlents.. fcoiue j gfc ' t
uiulc. 'The stablemen i fy ff " 10
I... Mllnhtesl cause for a'-" .
Bwulway c",cn"m.,l tl W l'ai
heaviest In the world, "" ,l-,a bJw
have sick luiPiM o.2l"'Ifii iiiore
tlaiv hlioitlvf now je a ,hMWUR
(liront dlseave and uflW ' iUu ' (0
liev claim U a mere,ai,lenl
irmt mirt MelM
- One I'j'PI"'
pntsclal to M .f?"" nik- fl Tills afN-T-'Helena.
rk,. im ..;" lf n,u
;,,., av. Jt. iiwi.s"ri, .t- ..
noon. AY. '""n iVJ.Lfe'N,ft
World rtrf Iff Bj Jt &V bad" a
corrrspondtit t at unu i x tw0
khotttliiE ma di. Jf YluK vm
jwh woune, ' i-.K out or a
touehetl. The atUlr fc,re
I k.at 111 ir
U ifVk , -";. ,,,,,,
chimr Jl urlw'u wtiou m n w
...ill.... H.-illull IliM J
m ii3;iw c,(v j w"w iMi s;
r,,,'."..72 mi.Aii 'am liiwtnr l)i .aim of I llr
Ii A11M IMtKl Jk WL1 KW ! w ?w w - ' 1 k
''HuSwnWand .sohool twiuhirriti Wll
i Tid in wliKUiiiK th ehllmYU.
'rumv cxiiocl tu niHko tviJRnoiM
Troy at 0 a m. to-mtrnw. w
will take a njieolal tml
liRVe twni mMfll.l"7
uviw ttrrj i
u-iwr w.SitT f
"'j :?(& n '
1 JISCTW ,, Jtxi
p'K ' W V thVt it 1 mine- j hurt . $!o ft wlk ha Rf
lino on tils W'.v for tiovior
I tie, 19 Kumm, bt, iuM "wiih tlie o-
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