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FOIIT WOETIT, TEXASt'PKIDAY, AUGUST 3. 1883.
VOL. 7. NO. 208.
i-rniuilni f '"
rD" iu f tn
.iwe-."" . .
leonwS'.,. 0r the Louisville,
.. i iui!u?ir --..
W? President Arthur una
Mf' vtClifcJo depot at Loiiis-
r'TOialiour Into, mm iui"
fetf rfdSo which spans the
Itlt Jefifewoiiv Me wit'
& at a quick l,il
'Snglch the president
rlB'" I.. .iinnlilinl lll-
fW'l"Uj r.nf. pnllCOltrfrO
l-8l,S"C1,rThe depot to
?earl7 morning send-ofl
'ta ?," .?. L ,..,1 band of the
iWv... .,i Iinliil to
MSB the C hlePi-m, Iho
. niriv i-ihciw . -1---
dwl I accompany the i.n
Siko. The special train
Louis Dost, n neglo well-known
here, vii8 badly cut In a light in Slier
man hist night.
A heavy rain clotul paused urotind
the city to-day, but no rain here.
Visit nl (ho Kins r imly to llio Scene of llio
A COUPLE 0? CELEBRATIONS COMBINED.
lionising Uctiiituii of Comrade of U111 Con-
Icduriito Cuinlry iitulu SitcccivCttl
Saloof Toivn Lots,
K" i?l fashion and the
K,Wii and beribboneo nl
les aim tuning
UUtMnKn-" "7" . i.i
Itetindlb original resoiiiomneu
Etlons. and the three snlen
E. nuA d nine car which
Under the cir-
m uic n. -, ... ...
b ca there couhl be no ram ik
r'rr At... n, uiu nl to the
iiewcuHv " - .. . . n
Imhu'lilcli collect at nil way
, Uiltneu its Hying pus-age.
oaiti wiis Jiuiiio i'
ipnt, Arthur, fcecrctai lea
kGtabsm and Taylor senator
ilttutor uecK, oi jvuiuuuhj
ep'eciiWlvca of the press. Oen
:Leri.hn and party leturned to
an last night. The transit of
" t.l I... I ....lillillihr IllWII Willi
UUU CI iui,.i..j ww..
uw.ii shown by the great
niMhaentlre route. Every
ifksdlta (inota of spectators
Ilttiil fences tilting on the out-
olirac Milages in ino lower
mofthe state were literally dec-
aril natives. Owing to the
wrtlujj, no slops were niado
feline Loulville until Salem
idied, and the tram passed
:h all intervening villages :vt u
rash. Xo nlace appeared so
t thai it failed to possess n piece
mncc, ami accompanying me
asecniulcu eiowtia was
m of the in tilery.
fosldent through the early por-
llie run sought scclu don in his
ud fulled to mako m apnear-
iMnt at tlie platform aerom-
.12 tails taado for the nresldent
.tly all the Indiana sttitions. A
Ion va$ evinced by tho crowds
knt Secretary Oresham. and
re rejwated and hearty calls
tgciilleman. It had been the
d intention In nmkn .-i whorf,
Mil tho hading stations, hut
to the delay in Kettinu; oil' lit
illo and tlio desiro to li'iich
,-oon (line, the plan was ahuu-
inesjieciai train has exclub
;Lt of way. nil other tiains bc-
e-tiacktd to awnit its eomintr.
prospect now is that Chicago
Teaqhetl at 7 o'clock this even-
schedule time. Itls'nowcon
Mtlnitastny of half an hour
w niauo at Mnrlon.
VIUWIXO TIIU UU1NP.
Naples, August 2. King Huinbeit
yefdeiduy visited tho scene of the
earthquake, and went over the ruins
of tho destroyed towns. Ho tlxpres"ed
tlio deepest sympathy with the auTor
eis and directed the distribution of
money ami provisions to those in need.
Another beverc nhbek of eaithquako
was felt ou the inland last evening,
which put a stop to tho work of search
ing tho ruins for the bodies of tho vic
tims. It is believed that sonic persons
buried under tho fulling buitdings at
tho time of the earthquake arc still
allvo hi the' ruins.
Tin: iimrAJN.s ov aux. oiiu.
Havana, August 12. Tlio body of
Major Geneial Ord will, according to
Instructions received from the United
Btatcs, bodoporflted in tho Do Proton
dis Hall of tho cemetery until cooler
weather sots in, wheu they will be
Tin: CITY OK MKKIDA.
Havana, Aug. 2. The steamer, City
of Mcrldti, which left to-day for New
York, had upon her arrival hero fiom
Vt ra Cruz, ten of her crew sick with
yellow fever. Two who were danger
ously sick, were sent to a private lu-
Tho sweltering lays of tho sun Jtll
athwart fully fifteen thousand people
to-day at Alvarado. By dint of extra
pressure a large number who were on
tlio grounds tlio day before, found
lodgings for tho night,
and early in tho morn
ing their ranks wero swelled by hun
dreds pouring in on every train. Thev
came from every quarter and for vailed
i Col, Syndors. the auctioneer, moutited
the block and made tho ueeessarv pre
liminary lemarks. At his letiucut
ntul responding to the continued calls
oi llio people, HtTn. I, A. Patloil made
a blief but nulllted f illt. ili'uorlhhur lln.
advantages of Alvaiado, Its prosjuqts
I miii in; ni'imess oi us iriutuary eoun
i tryt The bidding commenced and
' tlio Interest hi (ho proceed
ingd was suddenly enlivened
1 uy tho appearance upon tho
1 81,'enc of a tall (aiiiiroxlmatinir) tcu-
footer, who questioned tho Intention
I of tho Kaiitn Fo Company toietain its
depot in the present location, as It
viis ondlled from the man distributed
by the olllcials. This was explained
by Col. Byndors to be a mere typo
graphical erior, but tho Individual
would only be frilenecd by the
hisses of the crowd and the brilliant
coili) ilctat of Dr. J. C. Weaver who
A DAY AT DALLAS.
THE BASE BALL CHAMPIONSHIP
To llnCont.Mu.1 For Thin Moullt-Tln -Mall
K.lilicr Sllxltea Julloil A I.Uflly
Speclnl to tho unzcttc. '
Dallas, August S.Unlttd Stales
MarHhul Co'.llng, of the Western dis
trict of Texas, and Deputy Niggll, ar
rived to-day and lodged Rllsbee, tho
mall robber recently captured in Now
Mexico, In llio Dallas jail. BllsbOo
was a route agent and hi a wreck ou
tlio Houston Texas Central railroad
CorMoana in 1881, lobbed tlio
Tin: mkmouy or
mi 11 if it i u I lin fittwl tii nit t IniQim-tuu I ...-?... i .. i ...., i. ..n.. .. t ,
ami the nlfisuro tcekcr mliif'lliiir hi 'V , "Il,,I,B u,u roairi,,u " --"Jr A" mall of about $3,000 and lied. He lias
Z liurVS mw.lo 1 C,?,W! . i n . i , since been in Clliliuahua and in New
Alvarado b was hi Sl.l.n nt , "Fellow-townsnicn and friends, 1 Moxlco umlor ns-umed names. Ho
tire Krom mnnv ontnm haVe been living in tlio town of A a- mtesc Id tho crime and will plead
iinwd ti ho it nr 2l Imnm i ni?i rU, W" y ycnW ttIJni VX l i ? "S"" l tho l''lunl colli t at M 111
iieil the htiu-spangletl limnei, pio- iiero twenty uioiln Tho business lws oriniw
Claiming UlO iovally of theOllCO dls- ,,u.vu lii.nii ilmln mi Mm win-no and ,, :;' .;. ,... r -n.n.... .i....
""".'-:'.-".-'':- i-v i i j uu iiusmus'i ini-ii in i.miin ui-uuy
tlicro it will aiwavs remain, .lay i n.o,n-iin.i ei ivm n n,n
Berlin, Aug. 2. Tho Emperor Wil
liam has directed that the -iuJth birth
day of Martin Luther be observed by
all tho nrote&tnnt schools. The stu-
dentaoftlio university will celebrate
at Erfurto. August 8th, tho entry of
Luther into that town.
Tin: victims or choi.kua.
Alexandria, Aug. 2. Two deaths
from cholera occurred here yesteiday.
Total number of deaths from cholera
in Egypt t-inco the llnt outbieak ol
the disease to date, is eleven thousand.
London. Aug. 2. A movement is
on foot for tho erection of a, memorial
to and the raising of a fund for the as
siHtiinYcfdr tlio ramily rf-Capt, Webb.
Tin: mix iSQWiiv.
A Tedious TiiloMrauliig to u Clone A Dull
Washington, August 2. Tbo Hill
investigation committee resumed its
session this morning with Zeigler, lore-
man lor Jiaywoott v.o., uu mu
stand. He was cross-examined by
Coleman as to charges made in the
heating apparatus in Hie Chicago custom-house.
Ho said tlio charges weie
authorized by Superintendent McDow
ell upon lepiesontatioiB made by him
(Zeigler). . ,
Coleman was asked if ho was
thumgh, and said not quite. Ho then
ollbroa in evidence plans and speeitl
oiiiloimiind voucher", which he said
showed that the furnishing and heat-
Imr wnrlfcmi t ho Dllb'lC UUlltUllgS 111
...0 .......-- ---.,,.,.. .,. -ir.
loyal. At the reunion grounds a sin
gle bolitmy Cvidenco of what once:
they were lemained, a tattered and
faded Hag, their glory
In tho olden days, and now
their pride, its every rent hallowed
with fancied memories and an un-
written epitaph to the unknown dead.
Floating by the "hotinio bluo Hug"
hung tlio pinions of Federal author
ity, and tlio dilapidated condition
ot tlio ouo and tho un
stinted brightness of tho other was
fetiaimely sukkchUvo of the hand of
At nine sweet strains of muslo dis
coursed by the Waxahaehio hand at
tracted thronging ciowds to the
reunion giounds on Collego Hill.
Tlio annual . reunion of Par
sons' Texas cavalry brigade
began its Focond day's proceedings
Willi rrtsiticnt vein in tno uiuur. niu
meeting opened with prayer led by
Kev. .1. Fred Cox, of Waxahuchie,
A resolution was introduced and
adopted authorizing the publica
tion of tho minutes of the
meeting and the history of the associa
tion together with other matters of
interest concerning it. Ex-Governor
F. 1. Lubbock in a letter to
tho association expressed his io
our conlncts have been completed
which bouro Tor ten yearn nt least
cheaper facilities to tho pooplu who
wl-di to ntlfo tho cable. We Intend
upon my return to, England to mako
lutiuedlato nrnuiironiontl for a lull
completion and entire system, and
Miall piocted by laying a cable from
Poimineo t-i Sable Island and from
Unit point to Halifax. At tho latter
place we shall bo connected with tlio
entire telegraph system of tho Do
minion of Caniidi, and by favorable
arrangement Just completed with the.
American y'ostnl telegraph company
wo shiill have diiect coininuulcatloit
with tho United Btates. Our cable will
be about 2700 miles long, and moio
direct than any other now existing.
Eventually thocoinpaiiy will have a
cable running to New York. Tho
capital stock is. $1)0J,000, and tho
gieatest sharo of it is already sub
scribed. Th" new cable will bo a few
hundred miles shorter than JHtq others
but it is our system of opeiatloii 'that
will enable us to transmit milages
rapidly and at very cheap rates. It Is
expected tho now enblo fJl bo Id ope
ration In six mouths.
Gould hasn't gnt money enough to JtaU ns90(.;,,tlon, to bo given' m' prizes
t at being unable to attend
011 tU13 Occasion, u u mm mitraij
accepted an invitation to be picsent
at the McK'mney reunion nud olllclal
duties would proVeut his attendance
on both. Lei tew wore also read from
J. W. Baines, secretary of state, and
lllU DUlllil -I'D
nulIltawavorbulI-do?e the Santa Fe."
Tlia applause was deafening aud the
hill Individual succunibed.
The snlo proceeded and Mr. P. Hen
nessey, of Galveston, was awarded tho
first choice of lots for W00. Jt was
continued without intermission until
.1:30 p. nl., during which Utile 203 lots
Weie sold at an average pi ice of near
$i)0, bringing a total ot ?18,170.o0.
Tlio lowest amount paid
was ;j.fu; wncn too umi
failed to leach this sum tile t-alo wnil
closed aud tho aunounccnufnt made
tjiat the balance of tlio Santa Fc city
prppeitv could be procured at an ad
vance oY fifty per cent, over the auc
tioneer's prices. Tho company had
provided an abundance or beer, lemou
juleaiid ham, to f-atlato tlio thiist and
appetites of the people, and perhaps
the busiest section ol the s-eono was llio
provision ear. An amusing Incident
nntrwl after the sale. Tho Individ-
mil whri nwnted the disturbance in the
morning renewed his argument and
was accused by tho Santa Fe olllcials
of being an emmissary of the Mlfefcouii
Pacllic sent to hamper their
success, aud assailed with
the bitterest invectives. Tho gentle
man, whoso iiauio is Htilchesou ami
registers from Bowie, Montague coun
ty, did not deem It prudent, to retort
.it... i.. ...... ...... .....I (.ulnl-ltr uiili.
ill similar jauguiiisv, inw...j ..
Tin: jiissouiu vACtncsAM: .
iint so largely at-
in a tournaniont for llio amateur
championship of tho state. Tlio tour
i. anient is to bo played on the grounds
of tlio Dallas Base Ball association,
commencing Monday, August 27th,
comnethnr clubs in nnv llvo nor eont.
entrance money, which is $o0. All
Texas clubs desiring to enter can cor
respond Willi J. C. McNoaluB, secre
tary of the Dallas association.
This morning about 4 o'clook lire
was discovered in a building located
in a neat of Mianllvs at the corner of
Main and Market streets. Tho Haines
wore under good headway when the
lire depailment arrived. Tho Haines
licked tin tho buildings (illicitly.
as everything about them
was dry and very combustible.
The corner was occupied by a saloon,
a nstaurant, a shoo shop, several fam-
, Huh, and a negro boarding House, tho
I shanties were all to the west of tho
Grand Windsor, Hotel, tlio llnestiu
North Texas, and for a timo it looked
! as if it also would bo destroyed. The
, Hume poured in through tho windows,
belting llro to (ho lurnlturo and caus
ing a panic among the guests and em
ployes. The hotel was damaged about
iO'H) worth, and tho furniture $100.
Fullv iiibuiod. The property de
stroyed on llio corner was worth but
little, probably 2 500, and, was as near
u nuisance, as far as tbo cyo is con
cerned, nu could be. Thero was no' in
surance on it.
iA-eat- v. ah.uii.iv, - """ - -.- , wur0 ( sposed nt, tno nignesi urimjuiB
laihvay, regretting their inability to 3! , b j u (Joulou of
accept invitations ex ended them V' W ehita Falls, and the lowest $33. The
paniclpaie in the ineeting. The chair ,- lhe fi!ies near 5,8C0 and
imiiointedacomniittto ot three, con-1 ;,?."?.?,.. rnP,.ivi.(l our lot was Sl'w.
t.wtimr of Lieutenants Abbott, Barnes
and Getzendaner, to beciire speakers
and alternate for the next reunion.
Nominations for its next
place of meeting wero then declared
in order, and II illsboro unanimously
chosen without a rival nomination.
Tho association then proceeded to elect
oillcoiH for the billowing year, tor
president, the members MgniHed their
preference for Captain W. U. eal,
by enthusiastic illy rt-elect lug him
over his protest of a disbeliel in a thud
t,.,.,ii in ipsiionsu to the loud auti
prolonged cheeiing. captain
AoClilclittoii JllnUtor A Hixuicnt'ltouncctl
1'roDiicoltt e A noil of ,loyut .Minor'
rfprclnl to tlio fin relit. ,
win Aiiionto, August.-. itev. .i.4t.
Hutchinson, rector of St. Lukes epis
copal cliurch at Uvalde, broke his arm
by a fall.
The colored Baptists' have tonight)
took steps to consolidate the two
branches of the church.
County Judge Mason lins appointed
school trustees for forty committees.
Information received hero to-day
fcccnis to assure the fact that Joyce,
whoiccently betrayed and outraged
Miss Sarah-Cas, ol tills county, will
be arrested and ret n tiled lure for
Tho volksfest grounds and Main
Military and Alamo plazas will be 11
luinlna'ted by the eloclilo light during
A win in light took place last night
at a meeting of the First Baptist
church congregation over anenbrtlo
kick out the present pastor, W. IT.
Dodson, who was supported by tho
inability. J. M. Edwards, who led
In 'tho attack on Dodson, was refused
tho hand of fellowship and virtually
ordered to vacate tho congregation.
Arri-ht or a Slim Ktmpuctetl of HoIiik llio
aim iot or or fjfcimiM fitiiBiiiliio(i t -
I MH Gazette.
(-rado. AiiL'ii.tt o Arnrii.,.,iu ..
N i agenU of ttiis city, employed
ttthelrcoal ip.1 n n...i .,.
Fte northeast of this city.
PlQ & Ilarrla u-linlu..in i
.- .., .miuimhiu OIIU '
u;". Waddell in favor of ered-
U'ilUlllUtH HlHl WHU.ll! ll.lt
MWS nf llio .In, II. en....i t.l..
'&. Vin V'" "' "-'"l". .lOUIl
miUi Mi ., BU 'Wi'iuj' iias
wed this e'.tv. irit ,,,..,,.
and aciinalni-iKroo w.,.,.( i.r.
W4 laudly leallzo it to be
Man nrnii.l,.l- -c .1 ,. .
Bm if, Ul U' -Oll-
, so dlih .hotel ami fumi-
?PJ12 tllB nill-f- mon ft... o-j rr.n
iKiAVillopin ft female
-1 inn iiiiiiiiiiii.
;saro still fi'ot in pirn,in
l'fom SuinnlA n a
I ,. "!-IU.
th.i nviiiMini rppil
'Pim imr-luisors were principally Fort
Worth capitalists. Tlio Missouri
I'acilic also made jiroviblon
for the commit of tho attend
ants upon its inalince, having
procured an unlimited supply ot beer
and ico. Tlio -mnchlne shops and
round-lioube of the Mlssoui 1 Pacllic aio
...,i i..,..,. .....I ilni 11 (uu town is
Idl-UHIl I11.1U win. ". ,V ' . ! i . 1...5
ph.ckily spreading its sails to compete o I m
with lis other and older hair. if thu
.i.iiiiiuvfvri Tirr. iiki'nion. i agent
rrin.- ..tosiiiLf exercises of I tho money
tho reuiii'in began id
m In tho evening, ueuerai . i
-. .w ..V.......J
Tlioltrjiui Collrgo Aiiiiroiirliillon A Jo
Itiillroad Olinrtrt Iah-iiI ntul Do-
Special to tho Unutlc
general rendered his decision to-day
In tlio A. fc M. Col leg) case. The
comptroller refused to honor the requi
sition of the board of (2,00)land asked
the attorney-general if any pait of llio
appropilatlou for the suppoit and
..... !......... in.. r.riltn iiflllfiiril .till ltd llol-ll
Iliuuiicmm-" " v...-ijv .... ..w .. .. .
o build fences, buildings, etc. ami aiso .
board can appoint a uiiaueiai
agent and ihrougli lilui draw out
out an appiovetl voticner.
Those. (itiestions tiro all
urou and said: , L , ! Cabell, ntavor of D.iila.1, uildna-toil the , answered in 1 no a rniw v vo am. upon
FQllow-comradcs, inecu 1101, rv i" .,.,:, ,Y i a hiinnv utraln. ilo iiliii " aiui iuu uu . .
... 1 ...ic.. n o flllQ "'''""O -"-.. ii ...H. . !.
von tnia x iiMiuuu . i.,i.i.ii fiwtft'fiitv or luo aouwi iu mv .
w . . j 171 fl.v IxrxT v - --- --- v .
oompl nietit. xmoi 1 nm ,V,V,'1i Union, and icjoleed
Tho charter of tho Texas and Loulsi-
ilia r.tiiroatt company, c.iiniai uiuiv
to-day. 1 lie road is
.nstiu, ii-'M"-i ." "Z.-n ". ' ,:.., " is....,f I?i-niii 111 tiOt- ..". " T "1 ' A..t...i (.. (In. (lwimrlit.
wit t i I. .IJl.-kVl MITi.- Illllll III HIIITIIL. -. J -,.,- Ilil-1 IMII1 IIIIIIM-I'll III tAI.IVVtC'vmr-aBV
risburg, utica n sto u,xauu,: m 1 1.; ;'"'... heart L tImnk you. Tho 1 """'."' , V!r .., be despoiled 2UO,000, was l.lrd
tition. .. ,., Y.!hX8J Ho P.urlcon, Ih.beilson and Milam to a
i.i mnirnp i -I-? in liiiiiv ---- -l . imiriii 11 1-1111 in li.ii Jhiuiniii "-j -n i
1111 diiiiiiLi.:i 1
Sponlftl to tlio Onrollo.
McGiegor, Aug. 2. Lnst evening
James Ford was arrested at 'lomple,
on Hiisplclon of being tho parly who
blint a Plnkoiton deteellvo In a hr.ike
niaii'n dlsgulso ntar Dcnison 011 tho
21st of July. Gambull, or this place,
was untitled by telegraph to come at
once and identify tho parly, and thfr
v.011111: man and a Pluiiuhtifor reporter
1 went down on the morning ti an.,
' When amntod theiv'wasa youth with
him. who contl died ou hl.s wy
HIS llieilOH 111 l'in vw.iii.j,
laud this morning loUirneu wiiu a
cousin of tho arrested man. xhu hhui
ili'of Grayson county was uluo tuic
graphed and eamo 011 the eleven
o'clock train and after a full luvestlga
(lou it was determined .by all parties
(hat it was not tho man wawtcd ami
ho was turned lnow), h.il sat frh
picturo whleli liu gave to tho aherlll,
I'ttfi 'on ,py -A man bv
-U411H. I ( l I.. .. .1 I
- --. mi vr iiu 11
rof R h t v -a nun
'(!, iZn,r,0 has been ix
OOLHiM.I. -J-'lllu IlltUlltS
,14roaiVO su.l , .i 1 ,'" "'
n, ,",'0ut(lr W.000 several
wiiiii; nsno lltul 8tolu11
-m hii.i v '"iieu two
ad came to Texas
Tho committco took
Tho contiact for furnishing the
heating apparatus for the custoni-I1011.-0
at Cinci.lnntl was awarded to
Sain'l J. Pope of Chicago, at &128.0J0.
WlmfWliltoliiw TTfld mid Otliei Sj- orilio
Aliened nnruiilii, a Clmi-BC(llyI)(iiKe3'.
Cliicago, August 2.-A morning pa
per publishes an interview with
Whltelaw Weill of the Now York Tri
bune, lelative to tlio appointment of
Stanley Matthews to 1110 supreu u
bench. Mr. Held gives an emiihatlo
denial to tho whole story. Tho lol
lowiug is the interview :
Tlio reporter mid lie had been sent
to ask Mr. Bold concerning Woibeys
statement about tlio alleged barg an
which Dorsey said Held probably
knew, for the appointment ot famine)
Matthews 10 ine bupicm --'
Ui Id roi) cd: 1 never iiiuw
bargain with Con. Garlleld
Lwiii-of-tlv and have no
One by one our comrades mo passing j uent tiihutc to tho brigade. Branch
over tho river. Tho roll call hfa even- Xm political topics, ho touched
ing will 00 UIC,IUUIJ, "Vi , ft upon tho constltuiionai ihiiiiiivi
l.andiffork of death. Tlio flight of 1 Vl ex preyed a hope that they would
ll... la lint PHA Illllll 111UI1 HIU UUUV..J
of the enemy. May wo o ...
! ever bo as leady to ul. "' 'ft?
as to laeo tno i
rinid Again i
for tho higli honor you
fen ed upon mc." , ,
This was followed by three rous ng
cheers for Captain Veal. Five vice
Hresiilei.ts were elected, as lollows;
K Captain Cair Forrest; second,
Join lT Cox; third Captain
r."i L...1.1,. ftmrth. H. A. Biynn
ir1?, ni.ariev Morgan. The corps of
upon tlio bailie-
with btillinnt liJghUi ot
ollceiswas completed by the re-elec-tiou
for the third time ot Mr. A. M.
lA" , .,. nf Waxahaehio as secretary,
and the election of Captiln .H.
ni-fzfn Inner, ticasurcr. . , , .,.,
I An invitation was extended oy ,u
ft1 "ft, Hi . !W tt,,0Ut
'"OniciT 1.. ".r r'J "o aho
lencn. . 1. f oil nartles to become lion-
ATV2t ' UnrtSS ho association the
' (Hrcd v ? , nrh.eli 1 dt dies of which consbl in
icasou to prniup.uuuia .. imlolll,f 0f
V. 1, .,V,V. p . had been made by any , pnyiug "" l",v"
mm i lse I nc'er even asked him for llity cems.
fffiifclnlmSnto MUhewH, nor did j Jha
i,iimv Matthews was to bo appointed
aftherhlHiejeetionby tho senate un
I mr resolutions were intro-
Uuccd and mian hnous y mope
Bl" .. ...."...iiinH. That the thanks ot
"I0""S a,-e hereby ten-.
inu iiiuuui' ---. ,,, - ..!
.,1 to tl0 Uliiei.-in "
fiiilf ColoraTlo nnd Santa Fo rail-
Ullll, V"" . .lV,on,l,l ,1 uiv-
1 j-.. 1 im nniii n-.-iirn . .-" - - n
. .. . - 4 .1 I T llir I I I IIILlt W .--.- . Illllll. .XII J
over asked for or houglit or iccBpie( J J '", " ;, rtes to tho reunion, tin 1 " Bturtcd.
Sid from tho natlonar committee, or , l"K J Xtthu thanks of this , QgjS,
.... 1 . . . ImilftllV II'IIIIL'ICII l,J i . i
,..!.... i... ..nf.i.nffurfvinemlici'bOt the i 1
out ora.OOJ enroucd in usuun, " v ' "
... .. ' ..niiuiiimn 1 lu number who re
Btill live were unable lofratcriilw with vlct.
I he r old coninuies. , ... tr
After giving three hearty, flwclling
chaplain, mo u-w o v '" rv.,J," "
until the next meeting at Hillaboro.
Tlie Goodwood naccK-WlniiersatharHloKU
Tnndon August 2. The races for
the Goodwood SupatGoodwood today
was won by Bonier Minbtrcl, Carrie
itrvHeroiid Dutoli Ovon U1I11I. The
K&we Wallenstein and
JS'SeVftio mchig stakes for
.f. ! .' ... i.iu ivn won bv Kecne's
B ue Grass, .Oasiun second, Tr1.cha.11
fhlrU. Tho three hora a nienlloucd
Saturday to cxauilno conipetltivo
plain for tho Terrell lunatic asylum.
Tho collectors of Brnzos, Smith and
Mif-on counties settled to-day.
Buvemio rccciptH S3.JI00, and $11,000
to account of tho university, school and
asylum funds. , , ; ..
Tho governor has pardoned J. J'.
Clark, Jr sentenced in April last to
live years from Et Puso county for
t heft of a horc. Tho hoy voluntarily
etnrned the hor.se boioro jirottccitiion.
only llitecn years oiu,
10 iurv which tried Jilni
conijuendcd lhe pardon in their ver-
penltcntlary board will meet to
morrow. .... , !
Col. J. IT. Brltton qualified as state
engineer to-day, and opened his olllce
in tho capital. Ho appointed Carl
Meyers his t-eerolary.
It is reported llio deposed members
of the lunatic asylum board will con
test the governor's right to remove
Fees in land olllco for July were
X negro mimed Tom Garrett w
shot by another negro named
Peun this alternoou in a i"
den lu the lower part of th
thigh wob broken,
Dudley Woolen "
'I'lm match '
A ItnilroAil yUaurmJf
Chicago, August 2. A mortg.lgo for
sixteen millions wiu recorded yester
day at Springfield, 1 1 If Oyms G.
Haines of Indinna and (ho Union
Trust Coiupnny of STmv ") ore lent tlie.
money to tho Ohio and Mldsisslppl
railroad. The object of tho mortgago
1h to 1 nablo tlio company to leg.iln
run tody of it piopctty which has
been in tho coiutrt under forecKsuro
proceedings p.! nee 1870,
(RI31IXAIi (JArjCXIlAH.' -'
A pt;r()'i. l)iliir(lly ilnd Iloiiilly AsinulL
on n M'lilp T.miy.
New Yoik, August 2. Joseph J
a burly negro, made a desperv
tempt early this morning to
Mrs. Maria Mnithojio, a (.- t
wife of a cigar-maker, I '
would not dceit her bus)
with him, Mnrthonp '
Diaz, during tho past v - -when
ho was out of
Ingcailv Diaz for
tho i'or '
SL, .. '! Win
' 'lirl... . .
Vwfc't70u '.Monday tho
;,lyl grant fi.V,u,tl b' ,l ''"
I10 lVr.?V0aHavillu Mm rl.rl.l.
i, ,u rullrcui 10 i,.i.iiu
!?!.Umw.. . .
v.n v.... - urrtMp.i I... i,...
Sg nZ bright on suhhIpI. ,
hi. '. -"S1I Ilk'it. - .-. .-
iwh. ii.:t7u I'O'ues they sold
fJlen.".0w 1,L'ro claim
llulUwiy Coiiipimy-No Tlmo
I'or Suinll i'ry.
Spr!.,,?JiiufR August 2,-Tlio Green
...fe "!".!& h. s been orgaulzet
lias been orgauized
M. O'Neal. M
vino street niuv '".---,.,. ".!, ,.1
.....t .. nimrtrir annlieuior -"i"
August 2. Firat r
ho A 111 to ly "'1 excellently prepared f ,uee yer olds, was won by
foroiir reunlBii ""ll a(,( e,i f,VheI Caitcr, Express bcconil, George
Sods son eh to the interest and 'ltlUnl. Time 2:60.
sr ofUie occasion." fMiinmino?. , " t.u: cmkx rum;.
tri. """.- .
Cleveland, August z.'-a warm cieiu
fast iracu, jhik uuwkiuuw.
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, ."'.i ihhi. iituth- ' . . ...... v t. 11. 1 ;.iii 1 :jiifirTitif ' ..ui .
Vi. """ t T Loxnlcriirn t ie lllCOr-I ...til, tin, nfllpln S Ol 111" J'. "V'V"" , tiTTJinifill tOO K tllU llrBt HC.lt OI
SoT , , to I and Santa Fc, and In conn era ion o , hj. h JmQ
f8elSn a q.ea d the Vetimo ftr the nublio -11,e G. won the first bto U10
was icniscn, P" ...i.1'.., .,, i.i... . -'L,,,u " - 1 ...... . 1 1.. i.nii miu. f',.(iniiitoeoii(i.
prill. 1VI1U 1 L-ILlll-ll Illllll BlI.Km W I '.ill LTUV H' '"Jt -"'"J v....-; -
aiiwii'.- ?- ,,,,,, iv
l...l- to III" tiUH...J
1 1. had as much as ho could do to
lhat..?nuestloiw asked by judges and
Uargo crowd then repa-red to tbo lQvennM
tllloti erected near tin Santa j IhUllu nfl
l.i.nf- whnni tills WaS tO
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die N. s . t ' ; ' " hJI
1 of the hie. J MK2a sw .11
, give , - f'$Hm$&W$g$Wlri' irJW" -RlM
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