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rccssor to tlio Bomocrat-Advniicp.
FORT WOBTir, TfiXAS?AVRt)yESDAY, JULY if. 1893.
CINQ HIS EIGHTS AND
tONGS IN CONVENTION.
to Vrnl J)anglns Locnl anil !)
pitt Soles lit tho Stuto Cupltiil.
COLORED BROTIIKft oWrtakhig tho parly 'about eight
lUiJJUnuu iJUUlilun. miles from town. Ho renewed the at-
tiicic, imhg several shots without' ef
fect,. Ho thou relumed to town and
boarded tho Central train t-outh. but
Was arrested by City Marshal frinftli ,
iuidJ)fi)alySher,ffl(Vhit( before tho t
inun ion. io-nay no is out on a SLM0 riuioj' ci.urBM ABnliit l'ror. ow. n-Tiio
bond, and a pro luiltiary trial will bo ; iJolr,i, r xm.too withAtu u
lad to-day. lie circumstances are umm.m-Minor.u..
being diligently investigated. At , . . ,
present, prospects are rather glooihv "
lor Doling, who teems to have been the , ty'S?"! to tho qiwcitj. ...
nirirrtsior. ' ' " uaivesiun,,.iuiy iu. me teuinie nr-
Major S. E. Moss opened
uie nnnusomist saloons
July 10. A branch cf tle
aglaPS convention la in session
nun. tins morning ami tun
)f importance, except to dis-
monriety ot iiivitimr Gov.
is the irovernor of the fieonhv
jf the colored Il-'PUbliouis. to
itho convention to-morrow
rnt. ii o Lnr'ni Tito eiinirn an
iiceeh ami complained of many
its nenpeu upon ins race ny
Dpers, rail mad companies and
rporatlons run by the whites,
an olllcials huro fire howlmr
hbeisof tlio convention nJon-
ainottnt ot courtesy nuiPcoii-
sm through the government
, GULF GLEANINGS.
SECOND PHASE OF THE GALVES
TON SOHOOL SQUABBLE.
biri tn.fln" Mint It. ii .int.
dlona, wof.Wurforlublo nuclVll fu'r- S!,nffiiIr0,f!!f?M!; m'nr rJ,T,bh u",
nished. Jiieisrs, James Carson of ihh ' ? V."V" ,V,"t.,ft)!ly r,iv);,''!m' ntl
ed up one of , 1raS!I"lcn,i of ex-kupeiliUeiideiil Gwyn
in the state ! l' Colonel Qpo. P. I'luloy, in tho
lid" commo- I Jil'cii".' MM of to-day, wheuiu he
Place and Jiums Greer of Konncil "W ujiyvvommg u. gentleman to-
grace the bar. ' warn lady touchels M'l applicants,
J, W- Finn, the enicient postmnslor l'"tUiccd a profound sensation, and liio
at (his place, has about tilled out his ' "Waling f tlio board of school titistecs
bond, and will soon open up a money ' J", 1 " wns looked fonvnid to
ordqr olllcp, which la jiloiufi'It want. ' ;,lu ? 8Wl lVial Vn!lleiest' After
Mr. KuwviJ, a capitalist of Ala-' ft'1" ' 'n'.1 n UU6i,,csV, nd l'
bauia, who ins beh. prospecting iW,,'VlU!Uw1(,t?1n"l()U(rn1''0
here for -several days,; lelt ' ? TU ' er,tU,HT U U hy. lmr,
vrUf.i..i..v r,- iii- iii i.m.n fiM,. nnt. ' H. .LocbollfK. to w liich be was elected
jv.in.ijiij w J, j ww .v, , t.w .w.i ,. i ltlL, ii,iIm v4' Mi.t Iwii.f.l r
nu wiy maj uiviviiau ji viiu I7wui i ui
WITH inill'M MltmitOlir llftiln i tlfTikr niinnrfiiinnlUo Ci 1t t nniiwr
in reality, with u good deal of I of a 1nn;o wholesale grocery houWhero . "trea M"d ,hie, 1Ws8!c ol ,l ,m,,!h '
ni in. rhe man AKroiently about September 1st., I l' Ptponlng the elcel on
that Texas would oon be a The opinion is bei-oining prevalent "f "uS?m llVi",cui ll,u,U uft?.l'i
cm slate, had nof give i the tBnt 3rwr0'an wlU behc future
man much study, .r ha would seat of BoffAnTy, but whether it ' " L 1Ui u"?? ?i OfU1Cr0,i?f il'V1"?
,. ti,i. m.o .,nii nrti ...u..,n.,i. ia u.. i,.. ,.t VhW..?T -i .ir nt f,,i,,, trustees, tile prctideiit of the beard go
. wit.iv niv lJi .. mnviim at yv v iiwvt ,T " v w n t. ' i
Hey are exliiultinL Wi jieiilous
Ki,:tion Whs adop'e I providing"
sappui'iniieiu oi -various com
mit! one in particular to rc-
iJudgoTuuiOi's decisions. 'J he
Mi in his speech iul'l bo did not
i wibo for the coloiea people to
tic ranks of JtemtbUcanrsn: just
ins do iuuuuu ii. to "inrow vu
ties win lie annolnteu to-nior-
itttcud the great convention
py 1' red. JJotiglas to mett in
governor appointedtbe follow-
Jilu welglii'td at unlvtston: 'J',
ilahon, J. A. Oiveas, (J. "V.
sum toainpson, and ilieo. lv.
treasurer to-day received S0.750
ton land accounts.
jiisler, colkctorof Washington
settled today with the comn-
Kvho deposited -11,000 to the
slmrter of the Cook County
IR and Jjoan Association was
0foilowing eslimate of the
laoie K'liooi nun lias
jrnade by the comptroller
rear ending August .'31, ISSiJ :
Je balance ot available school
'hand August 31, 1833, $30,000;
-from one-fourth of the re'v-
801,003; interest on land note?,
liueresr un permmiciu iumt,
educational noil tax.SiiOD.OOO.
T6y, who killed IVursons at
it a lew weeks'ago, surrendeied
Jd city ra wav to-dav Jiled nn
Btion against the new one.
boom at tho ''oros-rOadi" this fall.
TEX V5 IKA3A.
An est of Two Xej? ro
r of Yiiifiie lur)nor'it
luuiiiiii; jfatiil AO'ruy
Wichita JTulls, July 10 Robert
imibr, the only son ot Allen Parmer,
is drowned in the Wichita river ves
rdayieveniiig at three o'clock, asv-fl2biSJ-s
fiom town together with
lUert? were taking n bwim in the
Wh)a. Aleik Hallow and Robert
foplUded to try thtlr skill swimming
ul-i-ji n.ucr. lioucrc being un-
at in the art was lioldimr to
H arm. but. ilwn
struck deep water Robert
iwb'l.S bolll (ill Ali.clr ii. wl
Mejipintly began to hlulc and
owucd before Hie alarm could be
fetiTM Jiis body was found at four
doc1, having laid in the water
inoFun hour. Dr. Tinder was &um
ohiw, too late to save the boy's life
iglwor.-. ami trlends maniftstid
eMJK'uiN'ithy In the matter and nd
inUtvrul In" evtry possible manner
tg relict ot the bereaved family.
iwik .joniisoii, wnue on m? way to
JJ'Tor medi-ine was tluown tiom
lorte ami imuly bruised in.
Urury and Chas. Je,tin got into
ilto Iusr m eel; at Vernon. i-cmiIi-
;tll deitll ofDrurvand serious
filti .Iltlli Di-ni-v nliiimnil fl.nl
4 had lufii ueeiisiug him
') , i noise stealing,
dcmul ihe charge, but without
Urury shot Jestin iiret. wbeio.
eatfn (red the fatal bhot.
Collins llll)H 1'iirt.v-twn r'ni-
iff beef cattle trom the' Falls to-
pnsigiu'd to R. ritndiorn &. Co.
lltaid ot ilenrletta e.uno mi
rilay and left for homu to-dav.
following: aie registered at the
flB House: A. F. Truitt. Fort
h: C A. Dnilco. Cinu ulnn . I?
ifeat, Luuipiwus; A. W. Rryan!
or: &. W. Alvo n. Fort Wmtlif
mioodley, Cleburne; W. J. Mur
iJSBhermau ; E. T. Bond. Fort
Hi: J A. Hy water. I'm is: E. W.
ue. St. Louis: U. H. Cli.rl;.
hi Lodge: 1,. AV. Hart,
r: Om AlcHenrv. lleiirk-lta:
Drake, Galveston; G. F. Dar
Nuw York; D. It. Hrltt. Hfay-
1-'. i.. JlttttW. FalLS: L. O. Jfor-
berman; L. C- SlanshoU', Mis-.
y;JMrs. 13. F. JJywntow, Paris:
Hranut. Cottlo countv: h. Ijiiii-
allas: C. A. Lnnfortl. Decatur:
.ontgomery, city; T. J. Panky,
nee; J. A. Hiown, Asumete,
ilnc TtlnuOIcotlus for Ausnst-1'ts-
; nuil JCnlvrs l!nslui-sXolfrt Tho
t to the OiuetlP.
?ttti, July 10. A rousing mass
ing was held ycttohlav and ar-
Jiuients porfictcd for iigruiidb.tr-
f l" uo Kiven on tne jwtn ot ah-
iiio vatlous (oiiinilttciM viro
Kited and are already iiit work in
r Which Will instiro Biiocesa. A
band will bo engaged to furnish
p for tlio occasion. Several able
few will orate. A game of baio.
r'Hl be nlaved bv two" well known
i, and other amusements yvl (luij
te on me nroirramnie. i am au
ral to extend u special invitation
ere was a line prospect fora lively
neroioiterdav between M. F. Ho-
(a saloon man of this place, and a
un, in jiiuxod I'oiiu, uie rwuinii
lend, l'isto s and knives were
ii, but friends Interferred and no
, was wasted, JMllIer lpft town
. paityof frlonds and shortly
rard Holing procured a livery
UWttU HUO. WUOWCUj
Atteliuit to Kudo.
Siieclf.1 to tho Oao'.ib.
.Texarkana. Aik. Julv 10. Joint
illiums and John Moselv, .two col
ored boys", weitf arrested lieie to-day
forattempod rr on the person of
Mrs,Van Luther, about olio week
sliicet near Huchanan's mill", Texas.
Mnsely was cnptuiud heieoir Saturday,
and Williams was brought from Gar
land CUy this evening. Evidence is
very strongly established against SVil
liuim a Ihe perpetrator of tho crime.
Tho victim will lu in town to-morrow,
when an investigation will be made.
Slid mill Fatal Accident tu u Little Gl(l A
Cliuuky Jliiol: Agrnt.
Special totlioOazalte. .
Caldwell, July 10. A very sad 'acci
dent occurrid in our town last eve
ning. The seven year old daughter of
our sherilT, S. G. Wilson, was kicked
and almost instantly killed by a hoi so.
An altercation took placethhevuning
between one of our ei. teens and a'
.book agent who has been doing the
town for tw'o or three days past, almost i
forcing tho goods on the ladies during j
tne ausenco oi tueir nusuands, an.t
then calling on the husbands for pay.
It was ouo these collections
that the difficulty op.curied about.
Hubby got the diop and the cheeky
Good rains. Corn crop better than
usual. Cotton getting a little too
up and stated that he had lccelveda
reuui's-t f.toin Fx-Siinorlntoiidenl
Gvvyn, asking the board to fully and
thoroughly investigate the' chargi's
1 priierieit against mm by Col. Finltlv
and that , lie bo
t -e Dttihi J'.-tnf
'allowed to rt.f": i.:snrnrt-Yni1k'itv
, I himself before the boaid and througfi
i 'iciitijtfioretlie public. President Den-
; Ison, as a member of the board, held
that this request should be grantul;
that the demand was fair, equitable
and just, and Mr. G wyn was entitled to
a hearing; that if thechmges piefened
i were true, tne ooaru was certaiulv
very direlict in Its duty to the nubile
and the schools in keeping such a de
based linn In such a responsible posi
tion, and they as a board should seek
such an Investigation which would en
able: them to viudlcato the action of
the board. This was strenuously cotn
battal by Messrs. Finlav, 'Mavor
Fulton and Mr. Lovejqy, who held
that as Mr. Gwvn was lio longer the
crtatureof the b.)ard,it had no right
to enter into an investigation, and
that if Mr. Gwyn felt that he had
beenslandeioJ the court3 were open to
in m tor redress. Alter much difccus-
A Trxn ltollo r rirty VraM Aro-I.ochI
lliiM'tMiliij; unit IVrMiiml 'tus In
tlio Central City.
,, aco, July lO.There wa an nlfinv
on tho streets to-dny between a protnf
neiit citb.cn and two pollcelnen. One
or tho polleeinen stopped t'"0 eltlzen on
the i.treet and anuotuiced that ho (the
polfceniaii) had been insulted bv tho
citizen and that hejntended to '"'tick"
Win. An attack was mudo by tho
policeman, in which another promi
nent oiljeial and (lie said citizen woio
bo mixed that tho odleial Is not now
certain whether he arrested the clll
Abt;;nt!n.l'Ii,n? PcHceman or him
tlf. o learn that onoor the olllclals
has been arrested by the cltv govern
ment for ni; adray upon the stieet.and
both oIHclaJs have Information lo ap
pear befoto Justice Davis to-monow
morning. The citizen has not been
mivsieu. rresuuianiy no will come
In for hlssluue WAien the olllclals are
tried on tlio cliargo,of ah all'ray.
Waco, July li).-Jttdge 'Gerald Is
suH'eiiug with erysipelas
Mr. A. A.Jay nh of Grdeslojk
We had a call to-day from Mr. II.,j,
Uezekinh of iS'ow Qrlennij. ,
Mr. W. , LiU'tuour, tho nri1iil,t.
Is in Gjtlw'.foii. nrtmttc,
li.'. U. V.
PREPARATIONS POR ITS MEETING
A Oiifn Tlmo Rxpectd Npt ftlonlli Cajil-
talinU I.ooldnc fui- n I.ochIIuii
Other Hum or Intt-rcitt.
ISpcclnl to tho Onaoltc.
Dallas, July lO.Tho Texas Shite
Grange meets at Dallas on August 11.
The following' programme has been
prenared: Flrstv address of welcome
uy lion. T. F. yash ; second, master's
addriss to the Statu Grange, public
sneaking each .rtlLdtt during the week.
rno meeting WJU belield in tho court-
... 'qK" -
r. ; 'IIIH Hi' i J.U.J. ' 1
Fib 'MJraCTBi' in,'
Flin 'R " S
1 HO Cnunir r-......i..i ''ESL.
Ketlrcd-A N.t JwBJNt to Be
ttml KattBSffv' '
nti hbj k i:uin
. vuNHo.naw it-
UhU .woekSile fttiacteW n dehl' Of nt-
lentioii airer it was learned Unit he
was front tho "city of inagnlllcentdls
tanccAVJ lie was accompanied by
Mrs. Tucker. J
Ilm lock, wife f, of Air..
II ad look . died at TCiinfni-.ti
. , ... ----.-
i shook seemed to bu tk great for tho
bereayitl husband, so ho made an ,ut
tempt to ahullleoir. Ills plans wero
frimtrnttu. however, and ho still lives.
Col. OharlfS A. Brady, a noted cit
izen of Kaufman, and Miss
fjw,,"Kln,1 1'aschul, living near
this city, weio linked last
Hunday. It was a grand old wedding
the house, the yard and halt of the
guests being "full." Charles' and his
bride have tho best wishes of their
vuvemor uooeria ami ladv wero
rctl at the Teriell house one
this week. They had been
seo the new town of
nenr (his r-ltv in.
the Central blanch. The govei norland
nis taiiy were tendered the freedom of
the city and were called upon hy nil
,,,! ii t In . ii ..V i ""' I'luiuiuyui, giuif.tuB. jrvu jyisicril
Jv" u .i A 0,,oln" n"'1 omoof dupeoplo, thought to take a
bll'-ta l-.e depot. J. l. Goodnight Ucu peep t UW ex governor. After sails-
i rn .....,. . r . . .-' .-. i
j. j. uuii-uniii, , xa. jiairis, ueorge . loglste
niiiivi, v.. j. ainwinurnc, jien Jiran- night
,.. . j"i .. y. ootiiiigut, u. out to
1. Hnswc 11. Contiii (te m' vi"..n.iiHm. ti
for union denot: W. w. inni. .i. iv
Jones, Dr. Ford, of Lamar and How
lett. CoiUdiltteo 6f wceptlun at the
racillc denot: it. K'. ti-il..u
sion, a resolution passed
the boaid that the
I reipiest of Mr. Gwyn be
gianted and that the
i charges preferred against him be
j investigated. During the pendency of
! how the investigation should be cqii
1 ducted, Messrs. Finlay, Fulton and
Iiovejoy withdraw from the board
with considerable he.it, breaking a
quorum and leaving the board power
less, when H adjourned subject to the
call oi the president. The uotlon of
Mesrs. Finlay, Fulton and Lovejoy is
sharply condemned, and Is taken as
an acknowledgment that the charges
against Gwyn are groundless and con
ceived in mulk-e for the purpose of.de-fcitlng-'hR
re-dleettoirto the position
ofsupeiiutendent, which will be done
unless the charges are made good.
This question is convulsing the whole
city, and cannot but be detiiment-.il to
the public sclioolsahd will engender
A -.VoiitiR- 3Tai?s Log nroltcn rlioioot-
1!1. tolls' Union IllililliiK for llocclior.
Special to tlio Ouzetto.
Sherman, July 10. Yesterday Mr.
Catesby Taylor spent the day with sev
eral young people on the banks of
n. . T '" - . . -. . . . .----.,.- -. w..w..v ..
I 'MIHIIII II' llllll llirilHIlllll vrir.ta ... 1 t.l ! .
..,.t..,. , ,..u ivi.miii.-u .u me un., juiu , a uiuerness tnat win reqtuie yeais
in uiuiiiivuiuwi niui uiir iiiii.. iiu en. tee.
was distributing the young ladies to ( In consequence of the bi caking down
their lespectyc homes, and as he of tho hoi-ting apparatus on a barge,
pasod the Washington Iron works ' the bark Salome did not receive hor
th six o'clock whistle blew, which j band ballast to-day. but will to-mor-oaused
the 1 rery steeds to run away, row, and will sail immediately there
lalorvas jerked to the ground, ids after for Hampton Roads, having al
iight leg broken above the knee, and , ready been fully supplied with pro
bruisod otherwise. Tlio gallant young vi-dons and medical stiu es.
man hung to the lines and dually j The Tennessee editorial excursion
stopped ;uie horses, ami probably saved, pnyt v, comprising fiuty strong, ar
others IrMn being killed. Dr. Scott rivoU heie uiKjxpectvdly this niorning
was called and is attending him. ,iml took .ni-n-tn nf tl... n.mnh Hm,.i
ll.l... I . ..I. ..... r-.i . :.. 1" -..-. -. ..v v.u... ....
auu oooi-uiacKs oi auermnn unye ( Tiiev Hiieir
organized themselves into a union, to
monopoirze iuc ousines. A new
black anlved in town the other day, , pavilion, after which thee partook of
and as roon as tlrtsboys got wind of it n llsh chowder tendered cTS'iii by the
they sent u committee to wait on him. I Galveston Press Club. TheyVenve for,
Ills box and outllt were confisic.ited , home to-morrow afternoon.
".lul J'11? , ""V'-coiner shipped by the Quite a number of viohaor.s)f the
iirsi ireigiu. i no uox was. sold anil the Sunday law were bsforo the Aiand
spoils iiivuieu among tne nicmoei'3 oi jury to-dav.
I. n in. .mi - -
iiey speir the day in looking over
i w. .ii.. i,r,w,i,wi., ii... ,.....- ...r: i
I 111V, Vl'j , uiINI(i 111 IHU SUll, V1U., III1U
io-uigiib aiienuen a concert at tne
Isn't it about time thai sonietbimr
bo done towards tho annual re-union
of old settlers, which comes oil' about
a mouth hence.
Henry Ward Beecher intends
shortly to make a tour of this or other
Southern states, and Mr. C. W. Hat
sell, manager of our opera-house, h
making an qflbrt to proctuc him to
deliver a lecture in the oporu-housu-at
this place. No doubt the people would
attend should Henry visit us.
Itipe graphs are on, the market.
Wunf or mid 31 j idnry-Tho "Woman' Minion
Cow llojs and I'ulo llallutiy Jtui'n.
Special to tlio Oazotte. i
San Antonio, July 10. Caroline
Morris (colored) was found murdered
in tjnj brush odsfc of this cjty this niorn
ing. Her forehead was 'cashed', her
Itctiiriiof Cmihlll- l"-in'r. 'ot ?roU-Htcil
foi-Piirtlclji itloii in tlio Del.nruro
Ilfiul KIbIiI. .,
Special to tlio Onzette.
DeiiisonJiily 10. (.'mutable Culler
returned from Foit Smith to-day un
molested, 'llu wns with Mershon In
the Delaware Ueud light, where three
Indians were killed, for which tho bad
element of that nation endeavonld to
make them trouble. Fifteen wit
nesses wero before tho grand iiii'T fur
the prosecution, but the jmy relumed to
Dung in urns ol imilctiru'tit. .
tijcnto:;, LA. k
face powder burned, and tho left shoul
only by the
i so ortished'thatthourni liung !
he ilesh. .She wfis last .een j .
,' in tlio company or a colored
led Harris, who has disap- J i
ADOdjicrntoI'ixlit A Xvro Iftltcil .liiil fl,
IVhltu 3I.ui AVuiOided. I
Special ti the Gtizctte, '
Trentou, La., July 10. About ten
o'clock yesterday morning a dilllcully
occurred imar Lougstraw, a little town
twenty miles. wet or tills jiiace bo
tweuu Fitd Price, one of tho most
iKDinlnent citizens of tho neltdibor-
i , . . . . ,,.... "-V
.lit.,.. HWU lll H lirKI" HlUllUll i'WIll 1AUI. -
aisap-j i-j.jj, in ...l.teli the latter W1L4 killed
j and the former badly wounded. The
1-1... w I.. 7i.i r ri t mmiiwiuiiuui n
hnvinir m uxUlnrV Iraiio hort- nl liest ifonnon your cqrrespondcn
m E'.V11 fc0lJii'n' U"MMln is as. follows:' Tho ncgr,
ted to niissioniiry work.$.3,lu0 for Con
trai iiii'jcico. and
m.ii.uu.u, .-u.jk.Sl-u u. uiir ciMi- bm-'A Hither with, a view
wait living on Trice's place and
fanlminVxUn wnlBHiploj-wl by Prix's brother; "who
, to Mw,,l MoxiCB" i from some cause wanted to leave f him,
DmSJrfTf four oow-l.1 f' ? to A!'e "u ?.f '
ooys, i'reu. r'anser captain, win con
test honors with the young English
men piny lug polo heie next Saturd. y
Another meeting was held this even-
Imiv'h Hither with, a view of Ki-ttllni'
tht'iiiatter, ' While at tho gate talking
Willi htm, the boy oime tiji, liuviug
quit i the. field. JJe)ng addressed
by Prico, ho nnswered 'Ju
Btich tin impudent manner that Pmv
lug when preparatory steps vero t V '?" V"' i " ",
llit.illv (niton In Imvo n Vn bftsf li. u.Jno lUllin.UOd UUU pielttll
.'' r" '" . "" n; r. ,r. i r :1 ' flub and Waited owardn him. say ng
erlvof Houston. Is nr&sldeut. .
On thollth instautthelnteruationul
railroad will resumo lubor on the ex
ttiisloiii, of ils llnp from Laredo through
Ten pew oiiiies for service on the
Southern Pacific between Sun Fran
cisco and Iuv Orleans wen; received
here yesterday. Thoy are very heavy
and powerful, ,
Council of Hebrew Congregations.
Cincinnati, July lO.-r-TIiu tenth an
nual council oftheUnion or American
Hebrew eongregatlpns. M. l.4th, prc
dent, began its sobalod toiluy. About.
150 delegates are present, reim.w:uUng
ii buudred congregations. T ho bwlon
contluuw three days.
ho would whip him, Tho boy's father
. ' caught Fnci. and Doing much me
strouge.it helil him, Tho boy ran into
tho huus, but soon returned with a
gun, when his fatlii turned Price to
wards, lilm, tel)fug him to shoot. Ho
Hied, mitslug his aim. Dy this time
lYUe drew bis jdttol and Hied on the
father, the ball tkiug effect in ills left
hip, which caused hlmtoletgo behold,
Pilce II red the ht'cond time, through
hi?. heart, causing instant death. M
tli4samo time the boy llred again on
I'rcu btviklni! him in the iac f"
lormed a most diJUctilt opetatlon : the
reiiMval of the inli li.-.o.-t. ,,r., i.iw
Inlllofed with cmcor. Tho operation
Misperformed in Jlfteenmii.jites, and
the place dressed hi live minutes. LV.
Laoiil'5, who wttsjures'ent during the
operation, tuys" that ho has never seen
similar operation.'! jiioru skillfully per
formed In any or the filniops hospltaLs
Fx-Governor K. B. Hubbard was in
the city this morning. Ho catnu in on
the, one o'clock Narrow Uaugo
train this 'nioriilnir .ut
lelC 011 -ctho Mltmniirl
Paciliu tmlu, at eleven this morning
for Austin. Ho wore that famous
We icgrct to tvy that Dr. J. D.
Cairn Is still veiyjlck at his homo on
bouth Second stvet-t. He has been
confined to his rooi.it again with kid
ney disease, ror ueariv nvo weeks.
The Masons of Crawford oiler a rc
AvardofJjiLVlO') for the arrest of ltev.
Thomas Singleton, who is at large and
who attempted to tako the life of It.
F. Moore on July first.
Dr. Jj. 11. Slaut-r, of Fort Worth,
paid us a pleasant visit thb morning.
Ho camo lu on the Ml-souil Pucillu
and left on tho evening train for Foi t
Worth again thW evening. Tne doc
tor wus raised iirtjhts county and he
lias a host ot frlentJs here who rejoice
at the success ho lias achieved In his
profession. His "Sister, Mls Mamie,,
nas returned homo, acOonipanyle'l by
Miss Wilkerson.oFd'ubiski, l'ei'u!, Miss
Mamie has beensabs-ent fc;" n year
at school in iQolumbU', Tenn.
at thooloic of thoTtchool'Dho i topped
at Pulaski, TenncsK'ti, to spend some
lime with friends theiv, Wo are glad
to be able to chronicle her safe arrival
It rained another heavy showci'
The wea'ther is very warm and Op
pressive, and a largo proportion of our
society folks are oil' at watering places
and others mo leaving neaily ovury
day. The stnv-at-honies are lmvlmvn
dull and uninteresting lime.
itev. a. Taylor, the pastor or ttie
Firi-t Baptist (colored) church', located
on Sixtli street, is kept busy arrang
ing for their convention, which will
meet here Thursday, the 12th Inst. Jt
is estimated that over two thousand
delegates and visitors will be in attend
Through the courlesy of Mr. A. F.
Gazloy, of this city, we are permitted
o peruse a copy of the "Mexican Citl
zen," bearing dole "Austin,
July, 4, 1S31," and it is consequently
fifty-two j ears old. The number he
roin us is Vol.-l, No. 2D, published
weekly by John Atltvn. It contains
an Interesting story, the hitiist neWs
trom Furope, tlnk proceedings of the
Ayiiiitamteuto of tho' municipality
"Villa de Austin," in which, among
ether things, it is i-'cmlcd : "Ordered
by IhiiAyiiniumieulo thutDr.s. S. JJ
Walls and C. G. Cox bo lined each 2-5
for breach of tho municipal ordinances
by practicing medicine without ii tvlng
viiiiiisiy oiiiaineu a ucensa agreea
to said ordinance," ele. In the
aws front the Fulled Stute.-," we
I; "Tlio office of attorney general
ofthoUnltUvLStutes, it was rumoied
at Washington, had been tendered to
H. St Geo. Tucker, of Virginia,
and, i'tllned by him." It
also gives this Item which Is commen
ded to the members oi tho eighteenth
Texas H'gJatire; "Tho legislature
of Rhode Island tidjournol on the
seventh da of May, after a (Hssloii of
three ihiyRMid a huJf In which short
time it llnlflix'd all necessary busi
ness." Wo could scarcely
V'alic an exlract fiom this
old relics but would bu of interest lo
the reader, It lm been in the family
of Mr. Gazley fiom' the lime of Jt's
publication, LI is neatly printed op
good paper and In clear nonpareil typj,
partly in J-Jtignsii ami partly in (Span
ish. Tho express messengers heretofore
running on tha MIssoini Pacific from
Denisou to Taylor now run through
from Deuihouto Sun Antonio and
goods now shipped over the rotto go
through without tiansfet-'or change pf
ctrs. ' ' '
Thero Is ioboii grand ball lit Do
Francis Grtiden Jo-morrow (Wednes
day) night and It is bald a reorganiza
tion and re-dedication of the place. Jt
Is to be hoped It will havtf n purifying
Tho Texas Bepuvolept Ass.'.."bitlon
celeliratcs Its second niinivercnry on
the 12th lust. '
'J'ho south bound Mfssmirl Puefflt
tralif was oile hour lato this morning
and thu north bound tialuon the slime
road was'threo houw lata this afternoon.
Branson, J, C. Sowell: conilnuitooi
rccepUou .nt . Mo. J'nvlllq depot.
Samuel Uhl, W. , Proctor, W, S.
Wilson: committee for dco mUlng luc
hail, Mrs. Fthinio, Daniel. Miss L.
JJianson.O, FiiUerrM. K. Sowcll, C.
C. Hawthorn. LU Miller, fino. Milloi-
ltobt. Johnson, W, B, Johnson, Jiiiiimr
Itowlett, Mary Co ruer, T.J. ltarbe
soii, C. I,. Brow?ter, " L. Harris
.Marv A. Stindwi, J. D, Slratton.
C.Poltei was kicked In the head byjn
horse last evening mar nought's stoic
and died almost Immediately.
O. M. Mathlsaud Leon Ley!, cattle
kings and stockholders in tlio Victoria
Slaughtering Co , are making a tour
of North and Northwest Texas to tfpy
otitu location for another mammoth
slaughtering establishment.. They
made cIomj observations h Dallas anil
ilt-piirleJ for Fort Worth to-night.
They are tliegueds of Vict-Presldent
Waldo for a trip over the Texas Cen
Assistant United Stales Treasurer
J. C. Now Sued Gen. George W. Buss
In J usl loo Ldwaids' court .t Dallas
to-diy, on a peculiar case. New and J
Buss several years ago wero bondsmen
for C. O. Wood, nn agent
of the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany, as lessees pf tho Jolfers'invllle,
Madison and Indianapolis railway.
Nev.sottled a defalcation of Woods for
S-bJOmnd now sues Russ as associate
bondsman for half that stum Russ
pleads that thu company wero awaro
that Woods was continually running
behind In his accounts, but took no ac
tion to prevent, it, although fully
Warned, and that consequently ihe
silretks were not liable for his defalca
tions! Justice Edwards jeseryed hl
The Dallas Brown Blockings id
turned to-night from a trip to Cor.-L
cana, wluro tho.v went to nlnv thu
Ids Ciiuo.-.iiy, ho lemnrked that
csu't take mttch'of u man to be
i lug ill
L'OVi I'nni- iT 'IV villi "
"Ve have three dudes In (his
What lMlsl WD U0 wuu UU!iil?
scuds'! clttli ot that n nee. Ra in ton
ped the game Ju tliu t'ourtL inning, the)
nuini: Miiimuin joiuih Hi. llllll- UOISl.-
caui four. The CorulcaiM club has
iho material in it foca most oxucJIent
nine, but the propensity of ceituin
members to kick and wrangle will
ultimately mar Its popularity if per
sisted in. A. return game at Dallas Is
A Vcgm'n Attempt to Ontrac ii "While
J.ilily-IIUCaituii rilli-il With Jliil.
It'fft hy tho Iluslmml.
Hpcclul to tlio anettO.
lIuntsvllUvAla., Jily 10 Sunday
night Kd. Clay, a darkey about twen
ty years old, attempted to commit a
dastardly Crimean tlio poison ofMrs.
John Aday. who lives two miles north
oflluntsvllle. Adny is night watoh
niau at tho Memphis and Olinrlestyn
depot, and Is on duty every bight.
Clay, knowing this', slipped Into
Aday's houflu ublitlL 11 o'elook Huudny
night and seized Mrs. Aday, who im
medlately awoke and began fecreainlng.
I Till' ill-l U ri'tlrl.t.,.iifl ll.i.l.f.iilillilt-i'.l ,11, il
hoojcaped without ace inipllslilng his-
purpose, eipco the oeciiireuco ir.
Aduy has been seaichliig for tile vil
lain, and Hading him licur-hls resi
dence pveceedcil to 1111 his c.trcass with
bullets. 'Mr. Aday inlniedlatolv camo
lo town and dm rendered to Sheriff
Cooper. At ii preliminary trial (bis
atternou before jii3tlfo Raroloy Aday
was dii-eharged. This toriulmttlon of
tho case meets hcafty apjiroval fiom
A Scaiiilut Aiiitjiitf Olllterd of tlio Nutj
, Pncts Sinn' (illlvlliBT.ir9. ,
5ji e'al to tlio Onu'lto.
, Washington, July 10, Tho report of
Admiral Crosby, commanding the
ABlatlcvsquadron, who was ordered to
Investigate the charge of drunkenness
among oillcers, nhawd a. disgraceful
state ofutlalrS) a great number of olll
vers from Rear-Adniiinl Clltz down to
cnginoeid being mimed. A number of
onicers have hi en iimlsbed, and sev
eral cams remain to bo Investigated.
The report Includes a statement" from
dipt. J. Skenett, commanding the
Kit-iimoiiu, wno says mat '.nice March
1st, 15)82, when ho 11 ret Joined tlio ship,
more Hum bMy olllcers of all grades
hlivli been attached te her, and that as
a body they Were men of teiuperato
habits. He pays a Ill-ill tribute to the
ijuudtlos of Rear Adiuhal, Jno. Clltz,
lorhiotly in eommimd oflhesquadvon,
and exprtswed leg ret at the idlosvn
erasy that at times gives me great eon
eeru. Theidlo-iynciasy lHdelincdthu.!
Ho Was lit times during the period
above named addicted to the hnblt of
intemperance, but tit other times' en
thely refrained fiom tho in-cot'llquors.
Capt. Skerrett's next case Is that of
Pay Inspector Cochran, who on Jttno
11, WS2, gotidumk and used Insulting
and piofnno Jimgtingo to Chaplain
CinM-ford. Ho alfrwaids apologized
and was let oh" with n mlUl rvjjrjmitni.!,
Subsequently ho ngidu becaino drunk
iii ollVred lo whlj) Chaplain Craw
ford, Capt. kSkcrrcll called Cochran
to account olid ga0 him Hi;
choice of signing ii total ah-
sUnpncn pledge, ( or bo rejio;led
in inu" nuiiurai jur ct'iiri-iuaiwan
Cochrane plipso to sign (he pledge, and
was again lot pf with a private repri
mand. The third cape Is that of Lieut.
Commander R. I). Hitchcock, who
also iicetvi'd a private loprhuaiul on
account of his drunkenness.
Houston, July io t1
from T. L. Wrcu ()
yvnieu and read with
taken. Lnst wm.v i
bids for thu now inn,4.
lowest bid was Hint riv
534,000, which wn awVJl W? for
ue was elegraphert t6 loK'fcTV1111
ton ahd mako lis I.M .i.1? Hous
day, Wlen not fljBt
the commUslonors ' MSri.Vtes,t
contract to Brltton ? tl,
Y'luriciors wero to bu pa!(l i;&T
drawing 0 m- cenU !iiVt?ffi!
ton, aUtl In tlio iir iiitn.. VZ'IW1'.
to make good hisbld, w hicl ' wfi i ?c
000 lesj U:an. JirMon k uS Ho
muot give him oven twenty-four
nOtirs to make good hU bid, nufl-thrt
ho had come to Hourtorf fcT JU
traiisjiortatlon nvntlnbld would itVu--him.
Tlio commlssionora Bvld ukwsw
loo iaJe, add would iwt
reoelyo Mi bid. Then Brilfon t
Long pcMUonctl (ho cominhsioiiois
to raise (he iuleroat on tho bonds to
eight per cenf., which was done,
making a dllferi'iice of 8-S.8WI11 (lie
ifteeii years they imvo U) run. Thus
tho county loses through Wren's bid
hot betng-at'cupted fpJ.-lOO. County
.iiidgollniublea presented a written
protest, which Wuh tiled.
Tho old coiiithiwuo bullulng was
sold at public miction to-day .v
SherllfFatit. A Beaumont man was
the purchaser at Ul', which is consid
ered a fair price, as all thu furniture
and llxtuicsliad been removed. Tho
building will have to be removed
within thirty days.
AChiuiU-rorAcglih'iitit-A r.nily fiwrlimslj-
Injiu ml l'enloiiul unit Local,
SprClat o tlio Unroll.
Cleburne, July 10. Last evening
Mrs. Armstrong, a wry estimable
wldotf lfUy of tho city, met with a
serious accident while milking. She
was separating Ihe calf from tho cow
Wheiifiho was thrown violently to tho
ground and had her Idft arm ln'oken In
two places, near the shoulder and be
low (ho elbow. Dr. Keating was
called In and' set (he fractures, but
pronounced them serious-Jit a idy 0f
Mrs. Aini'-trotur's aire. - '
. .."'....I' - j .. I iirii.T woiwi
J eslIT JHV IIIO 111110 ( UlUinilCrOI V. 1 Tim inn r It v ..l.i r.ml tlmf: Mm i'OV.
C. McFarhmd, F-( fell from a f.ei'ontn.fnior watt seelcing to intioduce totally
story window of Iho house (o (he now evidence. Alcller's rlizlit to oues-
Tho r.-UHHt-litmcitu Finance CiiinmUtco
Will Utcsrtil" 111 Yrtit.
Boston, July 10.- Hi the Tewkiburv
hearing ttHltiy Attorney Brown eltwetl
the ease for tho defeu!?e,,
The Ilnauce committee of tho houso
submitted a long leply to Governor
Butler's veto to the tux bill, meeting
hlsaiguments and explaining what
thoy calkd his falncy In lnlslng but a
million and a hair ftir the current year.
During the discussion the chairman
said the committee would resent tho
The Tewksbury committee held tv,
secret session this afternoon tuul au
thorized tho statement that was voted
In the Walcott report to tho house.
Theodore Murysh, Jr f A)l?S ('-' pra
duco his ineinorfliidum buokti, miotho
disposal of the bodcs. It., tHfa said
iiittt iiieru'js uu uuuui uiiu iMiiisu
will piodiictflho books and that he
has all thu tlmo been willing to do so
if the names of lUo bodies sent for dls
seotton boilot publlshcd;so that friends
too u'egUgeut to tuko away the bodies
for builtd need not niolist hi in for
sending the bodies away for dissec
tion. During thc Investigation Dr. McAr
tluir, and icpresentatlvo Mellor, mem
bers of the Committee, protested
against tho ruling of the niajoilty of
the committee, and turning to wlf ileus
es asked them to say If thero
was any practice of skinning
bodies at the JloWatnd , Medical
fchool. The discussion over this
query which followed between (ho
members of tho coiundtteo was even
nioio personal than any which has
characterized thu healing. Meller
claimed that a majority ot the com
mittee deliberately voted against the
minority in order to smother evidence.
Tulinuilffp In JIls Wur I'nliit- howml
Jtiilliuiiit brails Alri'iulj DaiiKUil
Hi Kin Jlull..
Heclnl ta ihe Ondie.
Palestine, July 10. Train Master C.
M, Ivouuh, of the rnternatloual le-i-lguetl
yesterday to take a higher" pos-l
Hop on another rail toad outside of thu
GoUld yslem. Tnl nudge 0111110 in on
a special train last night. Before mid
night the town Knew Unit Muster
ground belotvt By almost a mlraelo
tho child was only slightly hurt.
.Sunday lightning u'ruek the resl
deurcoffnm Grahumand loio up tho
chlnine'Vi shocklnir the Inmates 01 the
houso considerably. No serious dam
age w'as done, however.
Frank Bacon of (ho Paclllc Express
company was thrown from n wagon
this morning and knocked senseless
for several niiliutis. Hi.was not r-orl-ously
injured, howovor. r
A paitycoulistlugof Mafohal Cruiser
and eight others loivo In tliVinorning
to llsh In thc Noltmd,
The oity council met (o-dav to bsuo
thesohool-hoiisi'lnnds, but Adjourned
until loMiiorrow wiUiout taUfiig any
Cleburne house register: J. A. Gra
ham fit. l.ouls 30. A. Jhmdlngs. Fort
Worth; 13. K. Cialg. Dullns; P. JJ,
Stokes, New York ; D. C. Collins, Al
vahulo: O. L. FrCcmuti, fc5t. Jiouls;
Thoma'iRobeils, Dallas; C. T. Robin
son, rjt. Jioiiis ; u. ai. Jjtiiuiniii, jvann;
is. M, Hol)b.v, ualvestou r John i""
cliunlc Johnson had retlgued and ru-V Temple; ,r. C.-JC.SliaW, fttpufp., ,Je",i
inorsari)aiouiidolriiiiuyotherchaiii;es.iTexas Jt. H.ICrows, Jvcntueky; L.
JtisfaaidTaiumdgehosrwar paint on II. Jones, Fort. Worth; w. D. Btmt-
iind is going toBtlr up things lively on hum, Waco; T. M WostorooK, county;
tlio J utornutioual. Jlcndersoii, former
assistant to Johnkoh, lias tempprory
charge of the Master Mecha'iilo'a le
nartmont. Huiiio, from tlio tilui An
tonio division, foriiierehJfirdjfijnUeLor,
N suceewor to Kophs as train 'niater.
Thpre I ii gPOd'detifoV'dncertalntyund
hitter teeiiufranotitiiheto enan.gcs.
THU PJCIlSIIMLYPri JAUNT
I'relii.Uloiu ror III C,neyMiico am! Coin
roit ly Iho Wny,
Rawlins, Wyoming July 10. C'ol,
Moore, of the depaitmeiitorUiM llatte,
arrived this nionihig w(Uf one hun
dred and eighty iinhiuilnifor U10 S'lierl-ilnn-Artlitir
nartv lrohitr ito ,tho Jia-
tloual park, who are looked for August
l.ri-iut lr.iplillilll V llin rilllU-lLS 0ii'
...... ........ :.....i .i--i...;' 1 .liii 1101 uaniain wnue. cin" - v.'i'i ;'i
Iniltet i verv ser ous wound. TJ " itorta Ipn at fH: (lie 'nwJlH.i1&i!tfref'.tit..n.
iled, and dlflgcnt search U eliur l - fEhSl5?3IBn8 IMvrnH hurS ;. Tour JhUpgt,
rrhJm. hutuptodhw iiino " - iU( fwtffWfci, f - w. jj. tuckt, n
PlilMliiCH aii)l lliielnt-, CImiiKrS Atoiutii
;it.SnlcIile hlntCfil liil.iix.i.inil rjil)
Thu Dlil Ali-nlilo.
Uejiorlyil for tbe OazoltL-'.''
't'crrell, July ldt1'J'e walls of B, JJ,
IJaskln's new block' ore looming up
on MoorHUVepue. The proposed new
opera-hun) 'Will bo erected 'On tho
Kvouiio, nonrlhu Jonos and Uaskiu'n
S. P Jlowon, f'U" lieveral .years ph-t
Uie Jeadiug grocery merchant aill eltls
ze'll 01 una -iiiiicu, nun pom oui u
Col. J. M. Oldhaili. tM one of om'
mint nrornincht and hluucuUii oiti-
zeus. Col, Oldhunt will do a whole
sale iMiHiness. and as ho is well A'orfcotl
lu mercaiitilo pursuits thero Js no
doubt of blsfeuooofis.
Tho Joe A. Jtiishlntr stooii that w as
pureju?(l jysA Mi& if .JUaklero,
ivw.as--',? ,nviii"v fxiuN,
Hrnuklui-ov -.& .ri:i
I. .. 1 j, T .-V" I
as with us one tiny
D. M. Clower, Dallas.
In Couiirlt A rUlrlJ',lecteiirreHl(leiit.
6t. Loulo, July 10. Tho rourth an
nual convention of the colored press
assoclai ion asioni bled hew to-uay. ah
of tho delegates (had'not arrived this
morning, but will arrive to-night.
The Pr sldent, W. A. Pledgerf col
lector of tlio customs at Atlanta, Gib,
and editor of tho 'jUlitntn VhulUfilor,
called tho convention to order p4
noon, with an appropriate address,
In the nbseuco of tbu Kcrelary, Miss
Hadlo t. Pulton of the Giilvvstou,
Texas, Aptcu(itaivai eleoted seere
turvnro inn. A conimlttt'o ml cre
dontlids was 0ip3lnted and Um con
vention niijmirjuil until thenfieruooii.
About twenty-ilvo dl-logalw wero
At (ho afternoon session C. H. Tondy
delivered an ncMretfi of weicune, The
oredonllulscqmmlttco reported In fuvor
01 ailinimng as fioiegates tivorypoiiy
who nra now or havo in the past been
coiineeted directly wRh any news-
paper, A committee oiyrosoiunpps
was thmi appouttXl, aiul-llui conven
tion atijoiirwHii 1111 wmorrqw.
, w ', ' , ... 713
m.r- 1 . -. ... r f
uHiiriiio, July 10,-p-FJw niorj
l,lfl it i-ru Kiwurwi -ini'.-IIIH-
thls blot nlnv. This inuk'i
iar vwiaiuetl VUl Ql lHf (W
Hon the wJiniStOs was Voted down
live to three.
The committee then adjourned.
TivhoKxlilhltuil ut thu U11U1IU0 llxnonl
tluti. .Now York, July 10. Tho ait com
mittee of the Southern Exposition,
who have been at the HvttJ Bruns
wick the.past month, Imvo nlmtxl ex
cluded anangenieiits for (be jjanery t
Luiitavlllo, which cpuis Aui; ,fr
JiidicatloHS are torn tho. attaloguo
now lu piepaniflon, ibnt tins will
1 a the nwt ipt)rfunt loan
ot tho collection iet been in
America. jUcwm. Cnrh-y and baulds
have been at JN'ewporL for suveial days.
nwUrr. Wdtoraon, having couclutled
ids work on inc couiiniuce, a-nvw i
iijgllt for Jveptuclty, Great ueslsdimco
has been giveii by tho Jtiimnier rew
dents of Newport, , 'bQ , C01'
iributed many works of "
Geo. Beney, of Jiwpkivii. w
to tho Kiillury t uuiubpr 01 his Iml
Iti.mvn i.leliirefl. IllL'IllUJIIg W0 o
furl iciuuis. Jiiius JJylniont
m .....- ytktll rillllll'fl il tl
.Tho l!'.lt..,,!","v" fi..
lie I teei.
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11 eturt'?... ? -,
Hllllam l. i-V"" -.,. Jma Ct,.
,., riil.nr nietlireS
In tho ClitHraV ,bv.
J-...-ivifiili has C-tJii-
loon J aiWHloii
the jaiuoiiB iMi"
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pot taut WorKH. r
Tlio Tribuuu iVanW.
mSi Viiraiail l.? ,. VHf'.'"-..
Hl'H "-l ,
i;W pound u btof,, IW
Tin-vfittft hv uttsoidl tmmsm
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