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Called McotliiRof tlio Hoard or Aldermen
, l'uU l'rocoodlnt;.
' Thero wniu culled meeting of the
board of aldermen yesterday afternoon
nt.1 o'clock, Alderman Hiokoy pro
Hldtng, In the absence of Mayor Hniilh.
The purposu of the meeting was
Hinted by tlio chairman to receive a
'report o'f the committee on the extra
estiiimto for sewer work, submitted by
City Entdtieer Smoot at the last regit
The committee reported allowing
the extra estimate amount of $150.02
a dlfleronco needed to make up the pay
rolls of the hist allowance.
The committee also rescinded Its
action in regard to the purchase of the
Huil'inan college building, saying
there would not be enough funds on
hnnd to warrant this purchase.
City Engineer Hmoot submitted an
estimate for Hewer work for ilvo day
ending Thursday night, amounting to
$2,885.(11, which was alloweil.
Alderman Andrews otl'ered a resolu
tion requiring the city engineer to re
duce his working force on the Hewers
to 150 men until further ordered and
that all unnecessary engineers be dis
charged after the reuuctlon of the
force. Tlio resolution was adopted.
Alderman Andrews introduced a
resolution authorizing the appoint
ment of one member of the committee
on claims and one of the finance, to bo
present at the city engineer's olllce
Avhen the men are paid and that the
engineer pay the men from Ills olllce
from this the 24th of August until the
completion of the work, at 3 p. in. on
tlio day of payment, and that the coin
'mltteobo empowered to administer
oaths If in the Judgment of the com
mittee' It bo necessary. The resolution
"was adopted and Aldermeu Askew
and Adams appointcd.-
It was ordered that the account of
G. 11. Hlackman, allowed out of the
general fund at the last meeting, be
trauslcrred to tho street fund.
It was also ordered that Aldermen
Richard J-'lannigan and T, T. D. An
drews be appointed a special commit
itco to confer with the city engineer as
to tho futuro location of tho sewer
The board then adjourned.
4 A DIVORCE SUIT.
Ha llotn Up Serenely After n Sltenca r
The GAzkttk representativocllmbed
up the lower stairs yesterday with rear
and trembling; anxiety hung like
pall over his spirit; the town clock
struck the hour of live and sounded
like tho knell of a funeral procession
U'lililh u-nit klnu-Iv pnmlnir ill) iWlllIl
street. With cautious steps he climbed
until ho Stood in tlio tower noove.
"Alas!" ho mused to himself, "It
mittboo; my old friend has shuffled
ofl'thls mortal coll; Uio owls and bats
havo made awny With hjih; 'tis as tho
Dally Ucvwvrat said, and helms 'gone
to loin tho angels, peaceful ever
lie o " paid the old famll ar voice
close behind tlio reporter; "you look
as badly broken up as the 'last rose of
summer' or a mess of printers pie.
Draco tin. youiik man. and have some
stylo about you?' The reporter looked
and there was his old friend a picture
of hearty, frosty, kindly old ace, He
said to him:
"I saw In yesterday's wnocrvu that
the owls and bats had done away with
you. and I came up here to write your
epltapli anil mourn lor you."
"So I was missed, was IV" said the
old fellow, "and reported as dead."
"Yes," tald the reporter, "you were
missed, and the whole city contem
plates going In mourning ana a gen
eral suspension of business for one day
If the report had been true; but come
now, tell me where you have been."
The old man smiled and said: "I
have been Investigating a place where
one finds all manner of documents
mingling In close communion. I have
been reading the waiW of broken
hearts, the disjointed utterances of
cranks of every description; malicious
epithets hurled at the- public, with
venomous and slanderous pen; Claude
Melnotto epistles about fair Paulines;
the defeated candidates political epi
taph, written by himself; poems on
spring; the small boy's compositions,
and epistolary correspondence in every
tongue and cipher known to Fort
The reporter wondered where In the
world such an "old curiosity shop" of
literature was to be found.
"It's In the GA7.riTi: o'fllce and If
any of my old friends asks what was
the matter with the man In the towt'r.
tell them he is still in the ring, but
slightly disfigured from a dose of waste
? Petitioned fur Setmrntion Allnr Thlrly-One
' Veiirii r Miirriod Lift.
Mary C. Hainiou has filed in the
district court of Tarrant county a peti
tion for a divorce from her husband,
'.Charles I). Harmon, and askB that an
injunction be Issued against liim to
prohibit the sale of any of his property
. winding this suit. The complainant
avers that she and the defendant have
been married thirty-one years; that
' they Were married in Goiiesseewounty,
' in the state of Michigan, in the year
18.52, and resided there until 1878,
since then they have lealded in Tar
rant county, Texas. In tho complaint
the defendant is charged with Having
from time to time called the nlaltnlfl'
opproblous names and accused her of
trying to polf.011 him and of driving
him from his home; that he Is a man
of ungovernable temper and that she
cannot live peacefully with him. She
prays to be released from tlio bonds of
matrimony, for partition of their joint
property and for uenerul relief.
Queen City Itilics.
Duvo lilack, captain of the Queen
Clly Illfles, has just returned from a
trip to Austin, where lie lias been in.
conference with tho adjutant-general
in regard to procuring arms for his
company, llo says the adjutant
general told him that he had no arms
to issuo at present, but he contem
plated a complete reorganization of
the state foicea soon ,nnd that he would
thou fix him out. ufovlded he would
send in his list of names and they were
such men im were needed. Dan says
he will keep his men together and
will soon have a permanent and suc
cessful organization, well drilled and
capable of good service.
The iiany,frleiid8 of Mr. Maglnnis,
tlio ellloiont book-Keeper for tho Lov
ing Publishing Company, will regret
to near of the death of his little sou,
George, aged eleven years, which oc
curred at a p. in. yesterday. The little
fellow ha? been suH'ering several days
and at last succumbed to the dread
disease. The sympathies of their
' 'many friends go out to tho bereaved
parents. Tho funeral will occur at !1
p. in. to-day from the residence.
. i. -im
Is Tills Progress?
At a called meeting of tho city coun
cil ychterday, tho city engineer was
ordered to cut down his ower forco
from ubout three hundred men to one
hundred and illty. Many people will
doubt tlio wisdom of tiiou a course as
' this. If the work is to be douo. It
should be done as soon as possible.
Thero la a vast amount of sickness pre
vailing tt present, muclr of which la
attributed to a want of sewerage,
A Cruel .loke.
A cruel and unappreciated joke was
practiced on Krohn, the baker, a few
duva aao. An order was sent him by
letter to ship sixteen hundred pounds
H oread to Howie, to a nciilious party.
lie filled tho order and innnil out too
lato that ho was a victim to some ones
deviltry. Tho amount of tbo order is
a total kh.s to Ivroliu.
Texas Wesleyan Colloge lSrrnttn
In yesterday's It-sue of the Gazkttk
there slipped in an error in reference
to the opening of the above school.
The collego will open without fail on
September 10, a postponement of one
week, to give time for completion of
the new building on Seventh and
Mrs. Martha Starr, aged 01 years, an
old resident of the Kort, died of
malarial fever at the residence of Mr.
Geo. JJurchill yesterday forenoon.
Funeral to-day at 10:i!0 a. m. from
residence of Mr. Burchill on linst
Weatherford street. Friends and rela
tives are Invited to attend without
WOMrCuno, Archer C II I-'nxce, Marshall
The Fort Worth Nino Selected for the 11
The following are the iiamea of the
players selected at a meeting of the
National Unso Hall club held over the
City Saloon last night: Steveiis, I)alr,
Gibson, Davis, Mitchell, Suead, Slat
tery, Howard and Richards, The sub
stitutes mo Hart, Tompkins and
King. After the meeting was over a
reporter met Mr. H. Ti. Mitchell, cap
tain of the nine, and asked him about
tho prospects of the club. He said that
they hail the strongest nlno ever or
ganized In Fort Worth and ho thought
that they would make a good showiug
in tho coming tournament: that thev
wero well disciplined mm In gtHnl
form. Mr. Mitchell seemed Very en
thusiastic in talking) of his
men and he says ho thinks they can
beat the Dallas team. The players all
seem to think tho only formidable
rival they will hae will be the homo
nine In the tournament. In answer to
how tho finances of tho club stood,
Mr. Mitchell said the citizens or Fort
Worth had subscribed quite hand
somely towards paying the club's cx
pensis to Dallas hut that there was
still a large deficiency but ho had
strong hopes that a siiflicicut amount
would be subscribed by Monday, on
which dato the tournament belns.
The club plays a practice game with a
carefully selected nine on tho ball
ground on next Sunday afternoon,
when they expect to havo their' full
nine in position.
The invincible Joe Brooks gathered
together the remnants of his old club,
the Haymakers, and downed tho new
National club to tho tune of 10 to 7 In
a practice game tho other day.
Nearly a Fatal Doso of Quinine.
A young man who registered him
self as P. O. Camrell, from New York,
stopped at tho Clark house, at the
ti,iri. .....I r fntn Li,iiiif ill HMi ili.orli.
iwiii;! uuii 'i ilium riitcii uii . iiiiioviti
night, aud was assigned a room and
retired. About 11 o'clock, Mr. G. It.
Hopkins, freight ugent at the Texas
ami Pacific depot, happened to pass
young Camrcll's room and heard cries
for help is3iilng from it. Assistance
was called and the dor pushed In.
Yoiinir Camrell was found lyinir in the
bed unuble to move and evidently very
nearly dead. Mr. Hopklnu imniedi-,
ately hastened to the olllce of Dr'
Slauter who succeeded in reviving'
the young man in a few minutes.
He Muted to Dr. Slauter that he
had taken quinine and supposed he
had taken an over-dose. He was
made comfortable and wad all right
W0jL OFXHSJfc THIS WEEK;
250 New Pieces of
HANDSOME, NEW STYLE CARPI
Consisting of Tap. and JJody Brussels, Morjuits and 2 and b-py illKr . Jl
Also in stock a full Line of
Oil Chita, Cocoa and Clialattiiiis, Rip, Mats, Window Si
I.A.CE CUItTAIiSS, OURTAltf POLES, FIXTURES, ETC.,
All of which, will he sold at less prices than ever'
passed through tills morning, going
west. They belonged to Cross & Williams.
" V 'ism
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Jolm K llosun, St
.1 U Vortor, Wliltucy
K Aunln, Ucltoii
.i ij uconiciy,
o i nimps. .-tin rue
11 K. .
M 1! llnlbrook, Hun
JO l-'Ki-iuliill, Dallas
UoM 1) Mnltli, Of
W W Coulhon, Run
O JJuck.on. Hurloi-on
J 11 KoiHcy, Outliugc,
Jus Kolly, clly
W J) DriiDpr. ftt r.ouU
Wm Kltlil, WiiihliiK-ton
Goo J Jlertrnm and fam
W G l'rogunti.clty
Jno llluortli uutl rlfo,
W A hlicldou, JIo Pao
O 1-' Htnirord, Tosar-
Jlr T) V 1'roolund,
Airs I.ulri K ltlnck-
1) 3t ljynch, l'corlu,
J W Chilton and fam-
John Mott.lo l'ac
Ij Q C Ijinmr, Jr, l)nl-
"W H Ourrctsou, Dal-
Tho Cotton licit Koute.
Tho Texas & St. Louis railway com
pany has nmdo the following appoint
ments: A. S.Dodge, assistant general
freight iikcM, St. Louis; A. C. Delano,
contracting freight agent, St. Louib; J3.
E. I'aramore, travelingagent.St. Loub;
II. Kiley, general agent for Missouri
and Arkansas, olllce. Pine Blul!"; V.
M. Freemen, general agent for Texas,
olllce, Tyler, Texas.
The Extra ltsiocs.
The programmes for tho extra race
meeting which will occur at the asso
ciation course here, on tlio 2Sth and
29th of September are being printed
and will be n-ady for distribution in a
few days. There are more than thirty
head of horses at the stables, and the
mtetlm; will prove interesting and
Teluxraph by Tolupboiic.
Connection has boon mndo by a lino
of the American Hell Telephone Com
pany with tlio olllce of tho Western
Union Telegraph Company, by which
inci-NngoH can bo transm'tted by sub
scriber to tho exchange, without ex
tra charge, to tho telegraph manager.
At tho residence of Mn. IJownian,
West. Seventh street, Fort "Worth,
at 12:120 p. m.rThuradny August -:lrd,
of coiiKcbtlou, W. 11, Jiiiiii'ri aged about
.'Ulyearrfl formerly of. Crab Orchard,-
That man Turner of Fakes it Co.,
a mighty clever gentleman.
Miss Ltila Young of Dallas, is visit
ing tho city, a guest of Mrs. J. J. Mel
ton. 11. H. Overall, a cattle king from
Coleman county, is registered at the El
V. A. Calloway of tho GAX.irrri:
force returned yesterday fiom a visit
to his family In East Texas.
Sam La.aarus, one of Sherman's
largest cattlo dealers, is in the city aud
registered at thcEl Paso hotel.
Robert McCart, Esq., leturned a few
days ago fiom the Northern and East
ern summer resorts and looks greatly
Improved. His many friends are hap
py to see him home again.
Mrs. A. S. NIchoNou has returned
from a visit to friends and relatives in
Kansas City. The Captain is happy.
Judge G. A. Brown, county Judge
of Donley county, and one of tho best
posted men in the Panhandle Is in the
Captain J. C. llichards has gone lo
Colorado City on important business.
"Hlch" has too much energy to let tho
hot weather stop him.
Mr. Sam J. Zon, representing a
prominent wholesale house of St.
Louis, is in the city. lie is one of the
most successful tout isls on the road.
V. F. Bentley, manager of tho
sheep dt-paitnient of the Texss Invest
ment company, leturni-d from a fly
ing trip to Voting county yesterday,
wfieri) ho succeeded In disposing of a
A. V. Shurer, for many years a
clerk in the Texas and Pacific freight
olllce at this place, left yesterday mr
Mobeetie, lit the Panhandle, where
ho has accepted a lucrative position as
the manager of a stock ranch.
Mr. J, J. Jarvls, erstwhile a leader
at the bar, but, now a prominent
granger, was 'in tho city yesterday
talking to old friends. Law had be
come so firmly fixed in tho major and
Is Mich a part and parcel of his being
that ho can't abandon Ids first love
without ti severe struggle.
II. II. Campbell, the ablo manager
of the Matador Laud and Cattlu Com
pany, (limited) is in tlio city. Mr.
Campbell U at tho head of the largest
and wealthiest cattle company lu the
state, but is fully eipial to tho respons
ibilities of the position, as he has the
reputation of being one of tho best
posted and most eflleleut cattlemen in
the West. M. - ' &
It seems that tho members of the
Tan ant Reserves can not bo filled
with much military onthusiiwm.
Their drills are poorly attended and
sometimes a complete failure. Since
they have received tlieir guns and So
much is expected of them, they should
exert themselves to their utmost and
not disappoint the public.
.V Dlrorco Suit Kutoruil Itrlef l'eronil
v ' l'olntft.
Reported tor tlio Gazette.
Waco, August 24. Mr. Ed. Conger
and family returned from a trip to
Erath county yesterday.
Mr. Isaac Heldenbanier, of Galves
ton, was In the city to-day.
J. J. Keating, representing J. Si
mons & Co., of Dallas and Cincinnati,
was .in the city to-day and left for
Dallas this evening.
Maj. 33. H. Graham is visiting
friends and relations In Shelby, North
Thero is a man in Waco who is a
Jirm believer In tho report that a num
ber of Arabs have lately discovered
the , identical Noah's ark stuck.
fast In the glaciers of Mount Ararat.
There weie forty bales of cotton re
ceived here to-day. Prices range from
eight to nine cents.
Papers are now in the hands of
Sheriff Harris to bo terved on Pfof.
Cha1. A. Heard of McGregor, in which
his wife, Mrs. Calliailne Heard, of
Hamilton county, Illinois, prays for a
divorce on tho grounds of abandon
ment of herself and children by him.
TUe Missouri Pacific pay car passed
through the city this morning. It
stopped in Waco long enough to make
the lailroad boys happy.
Mr. George Woibuseh has returned
from his trip to Tennessee with his
bride. He was married last
Sunday a week ago, in Nashville, to
Mrs. Jlrackiu, formally of this city.
We extend congratulations aud wisli
them a long life of happiness.
Mr. W. 13. villis went up to Dallas
this evening to attend tho
suit pending against him
In the United States court brought by
Mr. A. Hlnchman for infringement of
a. patent on a rotary plow. Mr. Willis
carried one of his plows along with
hint, and he is confident that ho will
bo ablo to demonstrate that his plow Is
no infringement ot the Hinchmun
plow. Of course the other party is
The Vulue ol" an "Ail."
As an evidence of tlie advantage of
advertising, a certain merchant adver
tised certain articles for sale in yester
day morning's Ga.ctti: and sold every
one of them before breakfast.
Conviction in ili JMttrlot CourtMinor
luul IVrconitl Muntion.
Special to tlio Unruttn.
Gainesville, August 21. In the dis
trict court tills week 33. H. Me Donald
was sentenced to the penitentiary for
tlnvo years for the theft of a yearling,
and Jl. D. Brooks two years ioi- tlieft
of money. This is all tho convictions
in felony cases tried this week.
Much sympathy was manifested ves
terdayonthe trial of little William
Brown, a twelve year old boy,
indicted for tho theft of $45.
Tho little boy proved to bo of a very
weak mind, aud did notat the time of
trial seem to understand what tlioy
were trying to do widi him. Aswxm
as tlio bov's mother gave in her testi
mony, ilio prosecuting attorney, Mr.
Sparkniaii, aio-so and dismissed tho
case, being fully satislied that the lit
tle boy was not responsible and could
bo appropriately classed as a
The Arlington Concert Conledy
Company 'ttic billed for this place
The mlneial wells, trelvo miles
southeast of town, knuwn an tho Burns
City Wells, are attracting a great
ninny visitors. Tho water has proven
to have, valuable medicine properties.
A largo herd of cattlo passed throuirh
town yif.ti nliiy on their way to tho
Territory. Thev belonged to W L.
Piei;ce, and will bo ranched In the Na
tion 33 31. McDonald, tho above men
tioned tlih f, submitted one ctvo of
theft of citlio and tho jury havo de
cided to send him to tlio peiiltontlary
for two years aud sjx months longer,
making in ..11 five years- and six
months to nctvo In the penitentiary.
A. II. Law, county clerk of Pickens
county, Indian territory, vn$ In town
to-day traiif-actlng business").
Tho weather is quite warm, and wo
aio beginning to need rain very badly,
Wheat, aud oats arc coming in very
fast and the prices are very fair. ,
M, MareiH of Wichita Falls c.mie
in this morning ami will remain a few
J-our huiplrtd head of stock cattle
Opinion ofTradeifUulon Alvnintho Conlllut
of Luuur and Capital.
Now York, August 24. 3 H.JtlcLo
gan, representative of the Chicugo
trades assembly in the federation of
trades and labor unions in sessiou here
testified beiore the senate sub-conuiiil-teo
01: labor and educatlou. lie said
theiewem twenty-four trades icpre
setited in tho trades assembly, embrac
ing 17,000 working men thai had been
greatly benefitted oy tho tracks union
and weio nuw receiving a dollar a day
more than beiore tlio loiinatiou of tho
unions in Chicago. Tho wages
ofeomposltois are lower than they
wero leu or twelve years ago. Witness
was opposed lo tho convict labor con
tract system in Chicago. A number
of children ate at woik who should bo
ul school. Higher wages tend to pio
duce a better and muru intelligent class
of citizens. Tho general feeling among
luboring men is thai capitalists are
liying 10 grind them down. In an
swer 10 a question by Senator Blair,
witness said disbelievers in evangeli
cal faith largely out-uumbeicd tlio be
lievers. M. D, Connelly, a piinter, president
of iho trades assembly of Cincinnati,
testified. He spoko against tho om
ploymentof children 01 tender years.
Tlio trudea unions benefitted not only
their members but all enguged In
them. Witness did not think it an
infringement upon the liglus of any
one for trades unions to prevent him
fiom learning it trade. 3f all were
permitted to Uarii a certain trade, tho
resuit would bo highly injurious to
everyone working at It.
Wvi. 0. PoUmvre, of Cleveland, a
cigar maker, testified th.it In 1850 tho
cigar makers of Cleveland were get
ting from hix to
The union orgu
seven collars a Week
waui.ed xud wanes wero
raised to nine dollars a Week. Poll-
mero did not think it for the Interests
of morality that men and women
should work together In the saino
.shop, and tho trades unions are 011-
tdvavmiuir to brine- about reform in
that rtspect. Tho hours of l-ibor
should bo reduced, and workmen
should iccelve tho whole of tho In
creased value ot the product of Ids
labor, deducting from It only tho cost
of raw material and a fair interest on
I.utt Day of tho Now Yolk Convention
New York, August 24. The federa
tion, ol.trades aud labor unions held
its last' session this morning. It wiu
resolved that tlio federation organize
trade ami labor unions. "It considered
life question of sluirtellug lalur as
The Moflel Practical Business ScbOQl of tke Soail
Interior Tlow of Actual rrnctlcul Dcpattment, Hanking ntid OfflwDjuV fil
WACO BUSINESS COLLEfj
Tho students have the nctunl experience In ovorj department of crciiiLn4ljiw'fw!
denlliiRS with fcllow-Kludontsnsinerotianti In thti, fuiiiu dty. The OoUeao lffij?
mine relation to the student -in tho liuslnp.sn Department, no tlio regular taShSi
do to the business men.
Kor particulars address
It. II. HILL, PrlnclpU
paramount to all questions at present
demands the enforcement of eight
1 ...... .... ..nii.imtl n nrl of ill n iv.SitikMtlliliinf
llOUrs OH nt--ueiii uiiu nuisgui uiiuuuiii
woik. I. W. McLogan, of Chicago,
was elected president of the federation.
A letter was received from John Jar-
-,.if iM.,r.liliiif. nf till, liiiliilirnniiitfifl iiti.
sociation of iron and steel workers
which stated the association would not
connect itelf with the federation on
account f the position of the latter on
tho tarifrqtiestion. The iron and steel
wni'Kfci's are in mvor 01 nign lurin. it
was resolved to auswer tlio letter, sta
ting that the tarifl' question
should be ignored entirely.
Uenth of tho Coinpto da Clutmbord
I'AS3EfaElt8 ON TUK SAHDINIAN.
Jjondon, August 24. Among the
passengers by the Sardinian which left
Liverpool yesterday for Canada are
3iOrd and Lady Casnarvonl, aud tlio
secretary of tlio Welsh quarrymen's
union. The object of tho latter is a
trip to establish a Welsh colony at a
spur of Rocky mountains near Iort
London, August 24. Northcote,
probably on account of poor health,
will resign the leadership of tlio con
THK OKtlM.VN' OAZCl'Ti;.
London, August 24. Tlio STi'mca this
morning again comments on tlio arti
cle against 3iYanoo published recently
at 3Jerlin in tlio North German Cazatlc
which has attracted much attention
throughout Europe. It says tho Ga
zetted article is gross and deliberate;
if it falls to shock the public opinion of
3iurope, it Is only because v.-e are ac
customed to hear Germany address
I'Yanco in terms unknown wholly to
32urnpcau diplomacy. To prefer an-
uiuenabio cnarge in langua go caictl
Jated to wound and humiliate Iraucb
is an outrage on decency ind courtesy.
Diplomacy has abundant resources for
conducting controversies without re
sorting to language of vulgar menace.
Paris papers give vatious reasons for
tho article, including tho recent un
veiling at Courbcrsiro of the monu
ment to commemorate the defense of
wru onnst.vN question.
London. August 24. The I'aris
Prone insists they have given Ger
many no lust cause for ollense. They
sy that jVranco scro"oly desires peace.
She should keep calm, but be prepared
for an emergency.
I'aris, August, 24. Tho Telcrntfc
says that tho reply of President Grevy
to tho letter of the popo is too reserved
and produced an unfavorable impres
sion at tho Vatican.
I'rohsdorf, August 24. Chambord
was conscious to within a moment of
his deatli. There wi'l be 110 public fu
neral service at Frohsdorf, Tlio obse
quies will be celebrated at Gerltz a
Tlie Cologne Gazette hints that tho
Itelchslag was summoned owing to the
intentions of mobilizing tho troops.
London. August 21. A general ris
ing of Glillsnls uguinst the ameer of
Afghanistan has occurred. The insur
gents am under the lead of Uneshki
Alum. , .,, , ,
KAllL Sl'KNCmt'S P.
Dublin. Auirust 24.-Tj(
evening, said no trusted $
bitterness, crime and nsritalirfii
land had passed and thuMia
look forward to practical cwJ
pontics and properlty IntteWI
DKATII OK CHAMROTO.'
Vicnnn, August 24,-TLj &M
the Count do Chambord mm
7:10 tljjs niornlng.
Berlin, August 24. At a il
workingmen at Munich lustl
a socialist deputy named J
made a speech. The police
to stop the meeting aud woum
erai wuo resisted.
REATHS VHOM CIIOtfcKA.
Alexandria, August 24.1
three deats from cholera herej
duv. No deaths from the dis
Cairo. Cholera U decrmiug
The insurance rate on cotl(
Galveston has been Used at ?2.5l
Tho Chattanooga daily Dc
susneuded. It was eleven uiont!
The bark Tatice. froiu Veri
with yellow fever on board, is
amine ot jortlnmi, mc.
Tlueo dwellings and seven!
in Summer. S. C. wereuesi
Dollnrville. Mich., was
stroyed by fire yesterday. Tfl
saw mill near Toledo viiaawB
The Republican journals 1
speak respectfully regarding
of Chambord. j
Tho Sonltt, from New ZeS
3.00(1 frozen carcasses oil !)'
at London yesterday, "
out. Tho meat was in gooo
Slade, tho pugilist, is InW
A tlitt.n Tr.,,CM,(3 MllllIVSllV
there soon, and back SladtH
Mitehell. , 7
A massacro of Clirisliansit J
negro Is going on, and Turti!
aro said to connive at e ra
rO-.'ron hundred lmvebW.SI
n single district.
:4onAxi-nll .Iil,snn'A f''
.j,..w...... ww ir ,
A Morehead letter in,,!.
,rci6-.s says that the most
lemorablo event of tbeS0"'
liieinonioioovoui. ui "i-7'l,-1
Atlantic Hotol, was tberF
lately to Mrs. and Mi-s W"f
be oved iviow and iiaus""'
immortal Stonewall 3acW;
tlnit Mrs. Jackson was at 1".
and would probably uewi"
ccpiion, cuiuu uv. ,u,ui
present a number pf visit"" T
hern, Washington, DurlmmS
mediate points. TlHse,
whole of Morehead ajidj"
guwts of the hotel, flljL,
ball-room. Aa the doort "
and the party entered, i ,
llnrl.Miii lipiraii nluvlug v,.
v ::' a ... Zi..-. niri
James Bryan, on tlie
James liryan, on iho i' ,' m
indent, made an nddres 1
Miss Jackson. Many frici
forward to shako lianas ' ra
Miss Jackson, some "V1 ftr '
tho number, noticeable 1'
warm grip of their ll,dd58,
tra Ught in tueircyw
tofaTSi?rMifiwrt ciu'kApCq; octved; """," uExir&:wu.Y's.
I Trl Mf( I n ' J ' f '
'oW-,iitriii,,v. ,v ;
ceui before for twenty yearn
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