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FOllT WOllTIT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 27. 1883.
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A DAY'S HAPPENINGS
lu(llre-l" lull Death
Kilv 20. An election una
111 mis ivjiimj ' vu-
der tlic now law for elec-
olghcr-). ino eaimiuaies
V fa .1 II... I..l....,.-f tu .,,,,
s, aim Llu Miiun-au i.i bvt
mil lit 1110 llllUllU IICU
to city met at the city halt
In unlades of teachers for
Jycar were llxed as followa:
tcratinn at a iuuu mi-cuug
Principals of wlilto puu-
lir iiionill. &o: niai ua-jisu-
Bubllo fcchools per montn,
assistant winto puuiic
month, frjO; principals ot
liools per nioiuu ?uu;
iutit for colored scnoois
$I0; hccoiuI aaslstant for
(tools per month, ?.so. A
Uvas introduced that tlic
Btcc3 adopt and estaonsn
'books for the dext live
isimI in all the nubile shools
f Dallas published by Van
kragg & Co., as per printed
that tne contract n pie-
e Professor Savage bo ac-
niotion discussion was
Intll the next meeting of
fcThe board then adjoitrneu
io city hall on Ttiesuay
duy of J my at
in., at -which time
ts for positions as teachers
to nave men- uppiicn-
ImniiiHl with their eertltl-
I ideations, as required by
elbre the board of trustees,
dgarton linished the post-
, gaiion to-uuy mm iv
i in the morning. His re-
list' not Known to wo nu-
ieucral impression is that
SAVhissen is more firmly
than ever, although a num-
IWing ones assert mat a
twi'ii determined upon in
eve the department of the
Bliere, and mat a man om-
lelther wing of tlio
warty is to succeed wnis-
itition for his removal,
tsrday, had only received
names u io tins eve-
several hundred of tho best
miles?--party ,- called on
Inrton during hisstay, and
'liissen as tlio best post-
las litis nau ior a uoeii
rim base ball club play the
tn Stockings in Dallas next
Austin special m tne
jsanorning says ino iiuuuu
Era?, are panting io meet
Kbsys. Tlie Biown fatock-
t'ito Know wny tnoy nont
lyart, an alleged thief, was
reus. oy nis oouusinou aim
Iff morning, but was released
ilhglon habeas corpus procoed-
is tne most oppressively
Pselison, the thermometer a
time ranging as nigu as iim
mn, name not obtained up
Arrt'Ntor SIImIipc, tho Mull Itohber, hi New
Spcclnl to tlio Onctte.
Sal) Antioln. July 22. On the 27lh
of October, 1331, George M. Sllsbeo of
San Autonio, where his father now
iciidesaud is a hard working eon
tiactor, robbed tho mall on thu Texas
Central railroad while occupying the
position of messenger. The robbery
embraced about fmty registered pack
ages containing $1,300. After the lob
bury Sllsbeo lied to Mexico ami ran a
mail hack about llfteen hundred miles
southwest of Chihuahua for about a
year. Some two weeks ago it was
learned by Kordinand Niggll, deputy
United htales marslinl, tliat young
Sllsbeo was at San Marcel, N. M. Mr.
Niggll left at once to find his man, and
on reaching 121 Paso learned that he
was in Silver City t-aillng under (ho
name of J. C. Phillips. Niggll pro
ceeded to Hiiver uuy witnout
delay and found his man laying
brick on tho new cout-houso
now being constructed for Grant
county, of which Silver City U tho
county scat. He was there arrested
and brought to this city, and will be
tried in Dallas next December. Slls
beo acknowledges his guilt, and says
that whiskey and friends were at tho
bottom of his act, thus departing from
the old and common plea that tlieie is
a woman at the bottom. Ho leaves for
Dallas to-morrow in chargo of Marshal
Niggll, who speaks In tho highest
terms of tho New Mexico olllcors.
Tho Lono Star base ball club of New
Orleans will play next Monday In this
city with the Blue Stocking of New
Orleans, who will accompany tho ex
cursionists. Hondo City,, forty miles distant, was
connected by telephone to-day- with
Tho impression here Is that tho re
sult of the land fraud Investigation will
bo a myth.
Major Kerr's court martial was or
ganized to-day and adjourned till Sat
THE WESTEEN UNION'S RIVALS
With tlio Operators ami Hetwrcn Tlioni-
BoHen 1 ho Crisis Nonr lit Hand-Ail-
JUDGE HILTON SEEKS REVENGE
TOR HIS BUSINESS FAILURE.
f!ws prostrated in
Kfciumf.rriko and died in
ifter leaching tho hospital
Ulespie, collector, nasnuuio
lent wiin mo county, -rv
Thecollector was charged
ty with tho collection of
per ino assessor urns.
imioiiiit Mr. Giutspio
cr to tne couniy
EIieMini ?01,l(i.i)l, Icavimr a
nfebllected of !f.-5,2t7.2o. The
Ijlst, erroneous assessments
ronerty uoiigut in uy me
oftho exact amount of
'JJhe Insolvent list amounts
ic?3 aiiiuuiit iiiuu uvui
iu any former settlement
Wriiii" nnmn ij .,.,n.w
I vi., ii:mti l'roenocllM) iii-
ItniuuU :it AHiiunlii.
SJiily 2U. A lew (layssince
jicliaseu iroin a mercnaut
luiniue, as ho thought, and
(s wife as such. It pioved
nine, and the wife died
fectiof the dose.
a couple from nearDeans-
fflnto town in a buggy and
tu'irn Steward, of tho Deans-
ornoou, who laujusucu ui
yriioy had ueioreiianu ou-
llenso to marry,
found and called to them
let and tho marriage cerc-
ino through with, thecon-
irties not leaving their
iniedlately afterwards they
.Ill bo well rei resented at
tie of town lots at Alva-
igufst 2nd. Our moneyed
Igoiug and aro uetei mined
oino oi tnein arencquainicu
id ) and its prospects, and
returns lor luveoinienis
A MissUslpitl Alan on tho Itiimpnce The
School Hoard A Murdror fcon
toncod. Bpcolnl to tho Gazotto.
Austin, July 2(f. This morning
about H o'clock their came near being
a tragedy at tho -Avenue Hotel. A
mau named J. (J. Terrell, from Rocky
Springs, Miss., was a guest at the
house, and walked into tho odlco and
begrjij toconiplain rjmut-aot llndiug
his key. Mr. "Winn, tho kpioprictor,
was in tlio olllce and was explaining
the matter when Terrell diew his revol
ver and commenced llring. One of tho
balls passed through Mrs. Wlnn'shantl,
producing a seripus wound. She is
the wife of the proprietor. The would
be murderer was arrested and locked
up. He had been drinking freely for
several days and was nearly deranged
from the effects of whisky.
Tho school board to-day invested
$10,000 of the permanent school fund
in what aro known as tlio lronlier pio
Juan Itiddall, the Mexican inur
deier, pleaded gulltV when granted a
new trial and was bent.nced to the
penitentiary for life.
Tho tiinl of Corley, the Delvalle
murderer, began to-day.
No trace of the uibber who held up
tho town last night lias yet been dis
covered. Dr. Stoddard saw him last
night and hied several shots at him,
but tho robber laughed at him and
galloped away defiantly.
Tn tho ease of Sam Wright, tried
and convicted of aggravated assault
in the district court of Gonzales coun
ty, July term, and Ecnteuced to a lino
nf $,'iS)anil twelve months imprison
ment in tlio couniy jail, Governor lie
land remits tho unexpired term of im
prisonment, because asked for by the
county otllcials, and a large number of
the citizens of tho county and because
ho has a large and helpless family, and
from a fctatcment of Mr. Fonts that
tho sentence appealed to be severe and
the lino a heavy one.
New York, July 20. The following
is tho 0 o'clock bulletin of tho Western
ynlon telegraph company:
Eust Every wire o. lc.
North Wlrcj o, lc. on all routes.
South Way wires all o. lc; through
wires all o. k. to all points.
West All routes o. It.; business Clear
on all points this niorningatid to-day's
business moving in good time; Chicago
repoita overland wires o. k.; business
Chicago, July 20. Superintendent
Clowry this morning reports all tho
main wires in tho boaul of trado
manned to-day; also tho day and night
forces in the main oporatlng room is
now getting full. Tho rest rr, i
wires on tlio Chicago and Northwest
ern road were cut again last night, but
were speedily repaired.
TillJ II. AND O. Ni:ilOTlATlXO.
Chicago, July 20. It is olllclally
staled that the Baltimore and Ohio
company have been negotiating with
the strikers for tho past two days, but
tho latter demand a recognition of the
brotherhood as preliminary settle
ment. No conclusion has yet been
Norwich, Conn., July 20. Tho en
tire force of telegraph operator except
the manager struck this morning.;
I'llOISAHLY JxIIAlUMf AN KNJ).
New York, July 20. By a majority
of persons the surrender of tho Ameri
can Hapid telegraph company to tho
demands of the strikers is regarded as
a certain indication that the strike is
Tin: ifi:xT to divK in.
Now York, July 20. It is rumored
that the Baltimore & Ohio would bo
the next to give in. and negotiations
aro now pending looking toward a
consolidation with tho American
Rapid company, thus forming a com
bination against tho Western Union.
It is stated this morning at tho olllco
of the Baltlmoie & Ohio company
that it was tho intention ol tlio com
pany to remain Arm.
Tin: AjtnuicAN iiai'Id ai.tj itiairr.
Now York, July 20. At the olllce
of iho American Rapid company one
hundred and sixty-six operators are
on duty to-day, and ninety-five out-of-town
ofllcrs opened. Four bundled
operntus iu all had returned to tho
employ of the company. Thirty-eight
branch olllces in this city were uImj io
opened, and a huge amount of business
Is repotted being handled.
Till: "VVIISTRHN UNION V1HM.
NewYoik, July 20. Tho Western
Union company still leniains Aim,
however, in the position assumed since
the beginning ot the strike, and shows
no Indication of weakening.
Homo Thief Avrt lel A Tula of Tho
Spoelnl to Gnxtllc.
Cleburne, July 20. Ah predicted the
oflleorSgot on to the fellow who stole
Cheek's liorsts. and arastod hlni near
here to-day. 1IH namo Is Jim Black
slock, and ho was taken back to Som
A few days ago somo vandal stole '
tho coat of Phil Savage, a ntarter ( s00ti.th.ar.,tt.,.
iiuiMHi uu uiu Vjiiiuuuur s uuuuiii);.
Phil was sore distressed, notat the loss
of his rtoat, but because It contained
his time book, ncooimts, etc. Being
Dciijlnu ttio Iii'iiulllcS wVIIihI.nIou to tho
(irmiit (! unlet! Tarty In llUS.iru-
Io Miijor l'enn'H Cunip.MvDt
(eri'il In the Sale of Lots
fJuly 20. Tho first baloof
ior this place was received
ttsicil good middling, and
-cents per pound, and was
i. i. vni;erson to i.,ioko,
& Lnngc. Galveston. A
Klelds of cottou areoponing
kn bo ready for picking,
(in arrived to-day. Tho
Is aro thronged with peo
ri Indlcitions ho will have
ing. People are coming
along the Sauta Vo.
A ranilly Uownnil a l'roo riRht To3Ion
Itppmtcil Killed lloath 1'rom Sun
troko. Special to tlio Gillette.
Denison, July 20. Details of a dread
ful battle reached this place from Duck
Creek, llvo miles west of here. About
two weeks ago John May, who was
once express wagon driver heie, got on
a tear and remained at neighbor's
hou'-c. When ho returned to his own
homo his wifc accused him of illicit
intimacy with two ladies of tho house
lie had stopped in. Trouble atoso from
this mil tlio wife attempted suicide by
taking morphine, and afterwards de
sorted John. To-day John rode by tho
linn in ruioitlon with a shot-gun
over his bhoulder, when a brother of
tho slandered ladles accused him of
trying to buU-doic them, and dared
him to turn his gun loose. Words en
sued, in which a brother-in-law of the
young man, named Plasby, called
,rnv u llnr.nnd dared him to dismount.
This May did, Plasby meeting him
half way. One report says tho
light which followed resulted in
JNlay's. throat being cut from
ear to ear, and Plasby being xun
through by a pitchfork. Another
account says that May received only a
u,rntnh'iii tho neck and Plasby was
badly beaten over tho head by tho gun
In May's hands. Olllcer Outlier and
! Doctor Field went to tho sceno of tho
trouble but have not reiurneu yut.
Barney Fum, brothor-In-law of Tom
Fox, a popular grocery man fell dead
of sunstroke to-day. Barney
labored on a , foundation
i..v-m..i, iiiofnrrld heat of yesterday,
and remained abed to-day ill, About
11 o'clock ho arose and fell as ho was
about entering Fox's house, dying in
about two minutes, frothing at the
mouth and black In the face.
F S. Slovens, formerly nlghf. opera
tor here, has loft for Kausas City and
is succeeded by, D. 15. Alexander, an
able and experienced operator from
GiiUohIiiu Sulcldd A Siniill I'lio
Special to tho Gazette. "
Houston, July 20. Theodoro Bill.,
who committed filicide on the beach
at Galveston yesterday, formerly was
of Houston. Abouta year ago ho went
with his familv to New Bratinfels. A
month since ho returned to Houston, i
ii!i'!n(r hit family ill New Uraunfols. I
ah he could not secure work hero he
then lort forCalveston wheie itissup
posed lie continued to. meet with re
voises, which caused tho rash act.
Early this morning flro was
discovered in tho residence of Dan
Kitach. A holo was burned
in tho kitchen floor, thiough which
tho stove dropped. Tho fire was ex
tinguished before it obtaii.ed headway
and what threatened to bo a serious
loss was avoided. Damago, $200.
Ground was broken for tho gravel
pavement on Main strict to-day and
wnrlr In nroirrcssill1' rallldlV.
To day a petition to the city council
was presented, by fifty property hold
ers, praying that tho move on foot to
run a street car nuo u iu.uu nmw u
Tho telegrapers' strike hero remains
about tho same. Tho boys are very
much encouraged at the news of tho
victory over the American Rapid and
are confident of succets. Koine of
them, however, aro becoming rather
short of funds and anxiously await
Aii i:,irlv Mornliic lllno-Socrnl Negro
Special to the Garotte.
Sherman, July 20. This morning at
about six o'clock an alarm of lire was
invim. which proved to bo tho old
iv,,,ir hnlldlng standing on tho cor
ner of Pecan and North Travis streets,
which has of late been occupied by
negro dene, etc., which consisted of
eleven or twelve separate departmen In.
Tho origin of the flro Is supposed to bo
incendiarism. No Insurance- on tlio,
building. The damage to the building
will amount to about WOO; fixtures , li
bido tho building, ?1,000. Tho 'flro
boys rallied to tho call and were
promptly on hand, which saved us
from a disastrous fire.
nrettv Hharn ho made a public talk
around tho streets that any body who
would return tho paper would find a
llvo dollar bill between two
bricks the next night, and could keep
the coat. This morning when Phil
went to work ho found his hooka and
papers uud pipe lit the building. Ho
lias not put tho V under the btiok yet
Brown, tho blacksmith, and Hlllen,
tho woodworker, aro building a large
combination shop on the corner of
Henderson and Mill streets. Tho sec
ond story will bo occupied as a paint
L. ii.C. Lamar, Jr.. the son of tho
senatorls In town to-day. He is rep
resenting a boot and fehoe house of
J. W. Newton, a worthy citizen of
tho West side, was taken ill Sunday
with congestion and died to-day.
W. D. McCrary of tho "Empress"
did DallAS to-day.
A largo party with Oliver Lister and
BUI Ferguson In tho leaJ left for tho
Brazos on a deer hunt yestorday. Tho
county olllcers went llshlngonNolaud
to-day. , '
Vast numbers of pralrlo chickons
aro found both east and west of Cle
burne. The birds arc about two-thirds
grown, Jay well for a dog, aro fine
shooting', and when on tho table Hiir
pas the most delicately fed spring
Bam Flnley of Texas Express and
pigeon shooting fame was In tho city
to-day. 'I ,
City Treasurer Smyth returned from
Fort 'Worth to-day. His family re
mained In your city.
Cleburne House guests: J. 15. Ja
coby, Galveston; E. C. Gtnarde, Fort
Worth; J. E. Stevens, DeLeon: F.
Harris, .St H. Carlton, 'J. M. Ballard,
O. W. Redder. Dallas: W. L. Hollo-
wny. Fort Worth; A. B. Hill, Pleasant
Point; Samuel Flnley, Fort worm;
fi. O. a Lnniar. Dallas: A. P. Doug
lass, F. (V Seymour, Naw York; Win,
Fulton, Nebraska City; Chin. Sleln-
man, St. Louis; u. E. Turner, Tiiorp
Spilngs; T. Clark and wife, 'Master
Wallace Claik, Addran, Texas! L. W.
Norcross. Fort Worth; Geo. K. Basor,
Chicago; W. A. Williamson, Waco; A.
S Lathrop and wife, Dallas; J. Sands,
wife and two children, Galveston.
Awrd oT Scltolumlilp to tho Normal
bthooli-A lllurkHiultli Killed
Special to tlio Gurelti .
Whitesboio, July 20. Tho competi
tive examination held hero yesterday
for the four scholarships from this dis
trict to tlio Huntsvlllo normal icsulted
in tlio following awauls: Miss J. L.
Walker of Denison, Berry D. Jones of
Collinsvllle, Miss Emma Patty of
VanAlstyno, and A. A. Giegoiy of
Southmayd. Tho examination for one
scholar-hip to tho Nashville normal
resulted in favor of J. W. Parker of
this place. The places weio hotly con
tested for and much Interest manifes
ted. Henry Davis, a blacksmith living
about seven miles north of here, was
stiuck by lightning this evening about
throe o'clock while sitting in his door
We need rain.
St. Louis. July 20. A special
Saratoga says over 0,0)0 invitations
weio Usiied for the G.ude.n p-u'ty at
the Grand Union Hotel, and tully
5,000 poisons attended. A curious and
signillcaiit fact connected Willi the
Garden party Is that not one Invlta
tton has been Issued to an Israelite. It
will bo remembered that at tho Garden
party last year, Israelites stopping at
other hotels were admitted, nut this
year dUl'eioiil rules have been adopted,
and woul was sent to Congress Hall,
the Jewish hoadnuurtors this
year, that Mr. Closes would bu
happy to receive Mi ssr. Clements and
Knox, tho proprietors, and such of
their guests as they considered lit to
associate with tho guests of tho Giand
Union, hut all Israelites must be ex
eluded from the list. Tho same mes
sage was sent to the United States and
other leading houses, and Intense ex
citement exists in Saratoga to-day. It
was generally believed that Mr. Hil
ton would gradually rescind his rule
In regard to tho adinlsison of Jews to
the Grand Union, but the present no
tion shows that ho intends to draw
the line still closer than heretofore.
Tho Garden pnrty wns unquestionably
a brilliant and successful nfl'alr, the
ladies costumes being bewildering in
their rlchuesH and elegance. A soli
tary Jewish gentleman appeared on
tho scene but left eaily, lemarklng
quietly. "This is Judge Hilton's re
venge for falling in tlio dry goods
trade. It is rather puciilo and tlio
tho .lows can stand It."
late order from hoiuhniailors, requir
ing all ttniiiB and train men to stop at
Alvarado. This" place is now strictly
and In fact the terminus of tho two
moat divisions of Ibis road.
Thoio-Ik a continuous fun of fitrnn
i gers and visitors coining and going till
K. K, Legctt, a prominent lawyer
of Abilene, la hero;. Ho says he camo
in advance so as to secure lougings
lu advanoo of ll-o leuitlon.
J Him Benson, a saloon man,
fiomi wascloicd out again to-day by4Con-
Mablo Mosloy, by vhtuo oi an extcti-
tion front Tai rant county couth
Tlio lvlltough biothera Have Just
purchased an h'nmcnso stock of diy
goods, and will open on tho IGih prox
imo iu one Of the largo atoro-hoiucs
under tho opora-liouto.
Cotton buyers from several points
aio already turning their eyes upon
Alvarado as one of the best points In
North Texas to ptiichaso tho fleecy
stanlo durlni' tho Co
The Simrks House colttlniiea to
"gather thorn In." It Is in every senfco
of tho word tho traveller home, nnd
the major is happy. Among tho Into
arrivals wo mention the following: S.
W. Sydnor, Galveston; K. K. Leggctt,
Abilene; Geo. T. Moore, T. B. Coles,
St. Loul; L. O. 0. Lamar. Jr., 15. Wv
Saber, Soy Myers, Dallas; Harry
Wood, Austin; J. N. Gallagher, Waco;
V. 11, Danuenberg, Baltimore: Miss
Dessio Gill, Decatur: P. P. Smith,
Waxalmchle; R. M. Chapman, Texas..
Tho Gtnomor'p. llufuxiil to Order uu 1
tlou for Unprcsontntlio Tho Conn
t)' ltidiiaiiduiit Action.
Spcclnl to tho Giuctto.
Palestine, July 20. hi a lettor Io
Judge Linn Governor h-claud declines
to order a special election to fill tho
vacancy caused by the death of Repre
sentative Tucker, and Indicates a de
termination not io call an extra ses
sion of tho legislature. Thoto best In
formed say tho action of the governor
will in the event the now constitu
tional amendments arc adopted next
month nullify them, by preventing
the levying of school taxes for 18S1.
Tho governor's course Is supposed to bo
taken in the interest of thoso opposed
to the amendments. Tho couniy au
thorities have themselves oidered a
special election to fill tho vacancy, not
withstanding tho governor has refused
after being requested to do so by tho
MONRO K, LA.
KnlllHtH of l'jrtlilnH Subscriptions lor Itollor
or Iho Tamlly orilov,.! I.uno
Spoclnl to tho aiuoltc.
Monroe, La., July 20. Stonewall
iniiw. iCnluhts of Pvthia". last night
donated from Its treasury one hundred
dollars for tho relief of the wodow and
children of Rev. J. Lano Borden, re
cently murdered at Mansfield by Rev.
Ben Jenkins and his brother J5d. An
addltiom.1 $ 150 was contributed by ton
or fifteen members, and tho sum will
bo considerably swelled by contribu
tions from other members of tho lodge.
Mr. Borden was grand private oi ino
order of tho state at tho time of his
The crops are beginning to sudor
for want of rain.
A rrcllmlmuy ltulhwiy Hurojrd Arient
oTii NefiTo Wauled HtTjler Jliiln
a id Crops,
Special to tlio Gairette.
Shi'cvcpoit, La , July 20. Mr. Jno.
Muri oil, engineer In charge, lelt heie
to-day with a full corps of surveyors
to make a preliminary survey of the
line of tho Gulf, North Louisiana and
ICansiH City nairow gaus-'O railroad.
This enterprise is on abolitl basis, and
as soon as a survey Ikh been mane the
work will bo pushed vigorously.
John Kay, colored, was yesterday
arretted on a requisition fioin the gov
ernor of Texas on a chargo of arson
committed in 1875 at Tyler, Texas.
Ho will bo taken to Tyler to-day.
Hoary rains, which soonis to havo
been general, Jell yesterday and tho
day piovlous. ft came in gotxl season,
as crops were needing It badly.
CulerpUlersaro reported .in soveial
plantations in this vicinity.
Merchant' lixihiiuun I'otltlou tho
M'citorn Union to ltoiiuie.
Special to tlio anxutte.
MetnphiH, July 20. A largely at
tended meeting of the Cotton Ex
change was held to-day, tho object
being loconslder tho condition of tho
telegraph service and the unreliable as
well tiH Irregular character of the mar
ket telegrams received since the In
auguration of the htrlko. Tho follow
ing lesolutlons were unanimously
To T. 1 Kckcrl, GMifral Mnnnsor of tlio
w.iorn Union Tcltguipli Company, How
lUsolvcd, That while wo deprecate
tho present condition of tho various
telegiaph lines of the country and
thatol tho Western Union in particu
lar, It is ueveillielcss true that tho
general interests of the Memphis
Cotton Kxchange and also the intei eats
of Its vatlous members arc odi
ously Imperiled by tho ab
honco of regular communica
tion over your HuuH,Uie cllect uoing,, - -
not, imlv Icirntnid liudhiC&S but alsO to
IseilousJy Imperil the interests (if (he
xjxenange, aim nioje Kcrimwij mm,
Ills members In their col Km iiitoivats
at varon points In the United Status
tn (1 Europe
Resolved, That tills exchange iilid
Its members canuot continue tholr
leilMmitlo business under prison t elr
uuiBtnncx&i Resolved, That this exchange eom
municilo with T. F. Eolteit, Efrq.,
malinger or the. Western Union Tele
graph Company with thtso lesoluUons.
attached, and rcqiut that u npoedy
lesumptlon bo made or telegraph w
oommuuleiilloin- throughout tho
leiighth and brendtli of their lines,
Similar resolutions were adopted
by the Merchants' Exchange.
coLoitnn crniiisH i.v councii..
ThoXoliriilnlarStiyn Doiiiniiil lliprcpii
tullon OHiui- Tojile DUcilHNtd.
Lincoln, Neb,, July 20. The colored
voters or this city mot In convention
and eleetod delegates to the state con
vention. A meeting of the delegation
will bo held soon, and J ho nniiuu of
some coloicd citizen wJlI ''beznisvcpdmtf
upon for a place In tliOHtalo delegation
to tho national convention. Consul
orablo discussion was bivj In tho- oon
vention upon tho Mtbjeet of the wel
fare of tho race, it was- decided that
the Liberia emigration tchemc ls Im
Mllirnukuo iI;rcliunt Arnwteil I'or Al
Milwaukee July 20. Warrants wero
Issued at a Into liouryesieruav jur me
Duitmdly Amuutt on a MlnUler ltov.
Claik llnulen INilted AVIlh Iloltcn
Spcclnl to tho Giuuttp.
Pilot Point, July 20. Lust night
while Roy. Clark Braden and P. M,
Welboru were on their way from the
Presbyterian church to tho homo of
tho latter, some unknown nnd Irre
sponsible parties mado an attack upon
the gentlemen with rotten eggs. Wel
boru Is highly Incensed that ho was
mistaken by the assailants and re
ceived an egg Intended for tho other.
and Gii Hulii ""'I
Kpeclul la tho Osueltc.
Corsicana, July 20. G.
Chief engineer of the Texai
chief engineer of the Texas iynir auu
gH filipfiiy company, nas urrivwi in
the city, nnd will begin operations at
once to complete our water-works, the
company having bought out the Kerr
wnier suiiniy coinoaiiy, vnuuu u in
ready commenced operations toward j arships
l'lupnratloiiHfortho Giimd llounlon Ollior
Hpoclul to tho (Iii7(itte.
Alvarado July 21. Tho re-unlou
ceremonies of Pa i-sou's Texas cavalry
bilgado will begin at tills placo next
Wednesday the 1st and continue
through Thursday night. Tho com
mittees who havo thojnattor In charge
are busily engaged making full, ample
and necessary arrangements. A largo
number pf hands aio now at woik
preparing the grounds on College
Hill. Prominent men throughout
tho stale havo been invited and many
of them havo signified their intention
of cor "'ig. Among those Invited wo
note congressmen Wellborn, Lanhani,
Mills, Throckmorton, Senators Coke
and Maxey, Governor Ireland and
utnH'. The laigest crowd ever assem
bled In Johnson county Is expected.
Arrangements are mado for accommo
dation trains on both tho Missouri
Pacific ami Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fo
railways. Tho latter company havo
their town lots at this placo advertised
for sale on tho 2d of August. Much
Interest is being manifested In this sale
mid n largo number of persons aro ex
pected who desire to Invest their sur
plus cash in theso mojt desirable
Tho summer normal in&tilulo at
thls.plnco closes to-morrow. Thirty
miA tennimrH have boon in attendance
during the term. Tho greatest har
mony has prevailed throughout, and
wofrmt much good has been accom
plished for tho groat cause of oducd-
tl,,, . , . i, ,,
The examining bq'ird for this dis
trict, appointed by Senator Gifem
daner, held their competitive exam
ination yojieruay, auwnnui uiuiuwviw
eighteen contestants for tho four seliol-
lShUOU lim iuiu iiuu L J'"V.r.T '""- '-7.,-.., iw.nMuni.v wniPf in nlmrilv aMinnl.
arrestof John D. Mays, waiter jia -. "fV. KoiT? nilfw of mains wiTl cessfui ones, to whom thecholarshlim
lltnii nnd Lorettn B. Day Of the llllll
of L, B. Day & Co., dealers In rarnetii,
who failed recently for about $ 0,000,
, n ilinrfrnnr nonvcrillltt iu men uwn
use propeVty belongiug to W. & J. , which in
Sloan of New Voric, anu iubimh uuuun- """",
Ing ilO.000 worth otgoous unuer nuao
, imtiipillatcly be put down, Tho com
pany also purchased two hundred and
flftv acri" "i jhiiu uujuiiiiii inu uuui
o oiu cuiupuuy was worKii'B
111 erect their worku thoreon.
rains throughout the county
I have helped""1' farmers.
In Sam Houston normal
Tho following were tho sue
Inilnront UnHtii In liurjInK l. ' S'd--fililnTIm
llmly DUIntcri ed.
Galveston, July 20. Hasto In bury
ing But., who suicided on tho bfcach
yesterday, Is causing much comment.
Ills death oecured tit 8 a. m. and tho
icnialns were under tho sod at 1:30 p.
m TJio Ufititil practice practice is to
wash tho body and ro facilitate lleiitl
(icatlon keep 'it on icons long as possi
ble. But. Is from Now Braimfols.
where ho kept a boarding houne, but
had been uiiBiiccess'itl. He attempted
vcfltcrday to obtain passage on tho
'New York steamer. This morning -the
Knights of Honor had the corpse
disinterred and fully identified,
Itullroud HildBOSHcpt Aimy Dy Jmir
i .,,.. rirmit Lou of l'roierly.i"f. s J
Detroit, July 20. Tho .calamity
threatened at Grand Rapids for he
last two- or three days look place this
morning. An Jminumo Jam of logs,
extyiidiiigtip Grand Hver a inJIe, has
been lodged agnlnht the brii go of tho,
Detroit and Oraiid J f aven i allroad near
tho cltyV It has been hoped thobildge
might lcslst the tremendous pressure,
hut It succumbed this forenoon and
wont down with a crash. ThobiidgiH
of tho Grand Jtojilils, and Indlanaand
Clilc.io, ami Western Michigan fol
h'wcil. 'MlllioiiH of feet of g huvo
gonodowu tho river with tho flood,
iiiirt are nlmost cerlnlii t coiitlimu
down, sweeping everything before
them, going into Lake Michigan. I
ib.,-.iwm true, a large additional
i.i... iii ini ftiirriii iiiil ui
Grand Haven, as well as the destruc
tion of all the bridges there. '1 ho I
mate losfi, It is feared, will reach n a y
i mwiriuTthniiHiiul dollars. Thocalam-
were awarded : A. R. Roberts, A, J;.
T-ir,,t,,iiniii nnd Junius btaiifoitl, all
of Johnson county, and Miss Jennie,
Everything In and about tho Mis
u,,rl I'liolfhi flnimf IiwHoiUh thu irrcat-
out life, energy and bustle-.nine the tlou.
Uy Is unprecedented in extent
l'oldUiii'U y 1 Cream.
i,.n,, m Tniv20. One hundred
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persons In altondanpo at a Jawn P'irty
l. toi iiiiiff iviri made 111 M
eating Ice cream, tho JlnvprJii n of
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fls. off' Noim of the vlctlnm ha ilJf.
t though peyenil jIim. crlUpMLcoudl-.
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pnwldeut. Damage are Jald
at f nurslng'that IluTTjir-neKut uoomuij
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