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THE GAZETTE: FOHT "VOHTII TEXAS TUESDAY AUGUST 28
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TUK4DAV MfUlNlNO AllOWfflP 2'.
Tho National liana Dull Club to go to Unlla
When It was learned hero that the
base hall toiirnainctit at Dallus had
fallen through, tho National club of
this city sent a representative to Dal
las to soo If some arrangementcould be
made whereby their club could play
some exhibition games on tho giounds
at Dallas. Tho representative went
there on Sunday, and succeeded In
making nrruugeinents to play three
games with the Dallas Blue Stockings,
and In caw they beat the Dallas Blues,
another series of games would bo
played with tho famous BroWn Stock
ings of that place. Mr. J li. Hogan,
manager, and J. O. McNeahls, secre
tary of the latter club, offered on be
half of their club to extend tho Use of
their enclosed grounds to the Port
"Worth Nationals free of charge to play
any and a many games as they
wished there during theeurient week,
and giving thorn two-thirds of all
gate receipts. Tho Nationals at once
wrote to Bouham, Caruth, Paris and
Corsicatia, ollering to play auy club of
these places in Dallas during the cur
runt week. The Tort Worth boys
were much pleased nt the courtesy
Hhown their representative by Messrs.
jrbgan and McNeahn in behalf of tho
Brown Stockings, and hope some day
to bo able to reciprocate.
The hitherto invincible Drown
Stocking succumbel to the Shreve
port nine last Sunday to the tune of 0
to 10 runs.
The Nationals leave this city this
morning for Dallas, and play their first
game with the "Blues'' this afternoon.
The races which come aft" here on
the 27th and 23th of this month are be
ginning to be tho chief topic in sport
ing circles, and everyone propheclvs a
brilliant and successful meeting.
1 UK it ACTS.
There will be a ()') yards race at tho
track on the 21st of September between
a horse, the property of Mr. Brown of
Lee county, and another belonging to
Mr. Haley. Thee horses will also
have a contest here on the 2Sth of
September, the last day of the extra
Arrangements for tho extra meeting
to bo held at the association esurse, on
the 27th and 2-ith are about completed,
and tho programme printed. There
will be four races each day as fol
lows: FIItST n.Y.
No. 1. Puree $75. Trotting. Gen
tleman's Roadsters, owner 'to drive,
horee that never started for purse. $50
to llrst, ?2o to second.
No. 2 Purse $100. Runnimr. One
half mile dasli for two year olds, f 75
to tlrt. 525 to second.
No. :;. Purse $100. Trotting three
. minute clan. $75 to llrst, $25 to
No. 4. Purso $100. Running three
quarter mile. Ail ages. $75 to first,
$25 to second.
5. Purse $1 )f). Pacing
$76 to first, $25 ti second.
t i'urao $125, Running.
THE MAX IN THE TOWJRB.
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Ilo I,nimiU ,Orrr Ilia Dry "Wrather ntl
Telli Another Anecdote
Tho cool southern breeze was blow
ing the hair from about tho temples of
the old man yesterday when the re
porter climbed Into the tower. The
old fellow was gazing out into space
with tho expression of a ship-wrecked
mariner locking for a friendly sail.
"What's going ouV" said the re
porter. The old man shook his head and
said: "1 know nothing that would in
terest the readers of the GAJiKrfK.
The races will soon bo opened here,
and I suppose the city will temporarily
shalto oil tho apathetic slumber vt
midsummer and be lively for a day or
so. Occasionally I hear the echoes of
society notes and see signs of activity
in feudal circles, but they ate sporadic
cases, and everything teems to bo
drifting upon the tide of time with
scarcely a ripple oil tho surface of
events. Our new aldermen are wear
ing their blushing honors with tho
grace and dignity of a Mephistophole,;
the constitution h amended; tliestrects
are beginning to be an ornament to
tho city; the poor mules on tho street
railway near tneir regular quoio o
murks of tho drivers' whips; thejsa-loon-kecpers
all attend church on Sun
day; business is good in all depart
ments mid branches of trade; J have
visitors by night and by day in tlte
tower; each day is a prototype of tho
morrow, and as Dante lias it, every
thing moves along in
Thn dread monotony of crttRhingcjilm."
'Whit news doc your orchestra
bring from the outside world?" asked
The tower man looked out up'ii tho
clouds of dust flying in all directions
and said: "It brings news of a severe
drouth from all quaiters; the soil of
one state is blown over the boundaries
of others in clouds of dust. We want
rain, a long, continuous rain, or our
great staple will be short in the crops
The old man brushed the dust from
a window sill and continued:
"Texas needs just now what an old
negro preacher prayed for during a se
vere ciroiuu in ueorgia some years ago.
This old darkey had attended the
chinch of hU white brethren one Sun
day morning during a reason of severe
dry weather, and heard the minister
pray for 'sweet refreshing showers, for
tho relief of sufleringhumanity and in
token of tho great mercy of God.'
That evening, when opening services
In bis own church, ho prayed long
and earnestly for rain, and concluded
In these words: 'Oh .Lord, send us
rain, open the rlveis of Heaven and
send us lots of rain, not the sweet re
freshing f-hower that the white man
prays for, but a regular old sock
ilolayliiff rulli-waxhcr.' "
Col. A. M Biltton left for NW York
C. W. McOehco of Weathcrford was
In town yesterday. v V-7V
Miss Mary Wilcox oMtelfM.lfafof
homo yeeicrttayinurntngr r , '
JtulgoO.A. Urown of Clarendouj
Texas, Is registered at El Paso.
City Attorney "Swayne's friends
aro glad to seo him on tho streets
Dr. Hamilton of Decatur passed
through tho Fort yesterday on a flying
trip to Dallas.
It. E. MoAnutly of Albany and his
accomplished lady called to Inspect tl'e
Oazktti: ofllco yesterday.
Wintlold Scott, tho goat king of the
AVest, waa shaking hands with his
many Fort Worth friends yesterday,
Mr. Alfiird G Roily left last night
on tho Missouri Pacific railway to
outer Westminster college at Fulton,
Temple Houston of the Panhandle,
son of Gen. Sam Houston, Is in the
city and,, registered at the Mansion
Ashly if. Crockett, editor of the
Gratibury Graphib, was In the city
yesterday on business connected with
his bright newsy paper.
Miss Laura, daughter of J. C. Scott,
one of the Fort's most eminent lawyers,
left, last night for Fulton, Mo., to
enter the Synodical college at that
Thomas Aston, ex-alderman of tho
Third ward of this city, now a resident
of Waco, is in the city. Time has dea't
kindly with him but he laments leav
ing the Fort.
Col. E. W. Morten of thl3ctty, who
has been confined to his house forsomo
days by sickness, is improving and
hopes to greet his friends at his olllce
in a uav or so.
Mr. Templo Houston, the Gazcttk
correspondent at Mobeetie, and one of
me oeai anu most stirring ciuzeus or
Panhandle, was hi tho sinctum last
night for a short visit. Ho leaves in
the morning for Austin.
Mr. Homlon. tho cental and effi
cient railway mail clerk on tho Fort
Wortli fc Denver City, runniug be
tween tho Fort and Wichita Fails,
came in last night and run in on tho
Gazi.ttj: for a short visit. That's right
call again Mr. II.
"W. H. Hart, for some years a pros
perous merchant in our city, lolt on
the early train this morning for Dal
las, his future home. Mr. Hart is a
thorough buslue&s man, an liccom
nlished gentleman and carries with
him to bin new field of labor the best
wishes of a host of friends.
JBI- C?. IE
JSTXKJXa ODFXlSK, THIS "WEEK:
,' A "f
250 New Pieces of
HANDSOME, NEW STYLE CARPI
Consisting of Tap. and Body Brussels, Moguits and 2 and 3-By inu
Also in stock a full Line of
Oil Ms, Cocoa al Gliina Mattings, Rugs, Mats, WMow
LACE CURTAINS, CU11TAIN POLES, FIXTURES, ETC.,
All of wliieli will be sold at less prices tliaii Wer
O - 3ES V A
VS VhUU)!, Mo l'ac
Jno W Floorc, Cle-
vCorn OnlliiTlier, Tci-
, jC'rot, cliy
tValJK Harris, HHl.v
Clms Hcbolei, JIHIs-
WE Dalian, Clcburno
John Jo r, Mor no
Mrs M H lioatncr,Tny-
N.ftllftl(H, New Yorle
,T J Cliow, Clly
U V Sea, I.ou svlllo
Chnnos Aeicn, Bt
1UX Connoll, Mol'iic
Wm Clny, HillRboro
.1 W liootb, ruea1 lu
ll H llvmicr, Hills-
A V T.oa limnn, Wm-
Antlrow annth, Cle-
.T. I'Wutln. Clobnrno
K H Huynlo, Ulg
ir tt Early, city
by aa Irate
Cruol Treatment r n Wlfo
A sensation was created on Main
street yesterday afternoon by the
screams of a woman which came from
tho apartments over Spencer fe Tuck
or's grocery store. A reporter rushed
to tho scene and found a woman with
a gash in the left side ofher nec.lt jimt lhlJa ,g u ,nl wh ,
back of am below tlie v out of which Iuld the (iKrrK wl(jlie!
nil; uiuuu uiiiiujui;iih; uuuiy. i
liuysician was eaueu aim tno now
Miiodnah. $100 to llrst, ?5 to
IS'o. 7. Purse $li'o. Trotting. Preo
for all. $10!) to first, $!!" to second.
Xo. 8. Pumo J-W. .Kunnlng. One
liaif mile dash for saddle horse- that
never started for purse. $10 to first,
$10 to second.
The am phi-theatre for the accommo
dation of liidies will be completed be
fore the meeting occurs.
Arrival of n LarK Number of FcinnlB Stu
dent In Tennemcr.
There was quite a breeze created in
Is'ashville, Tennessee, ft few days ago,
by tho arrival of two large bovies of
young ladles from Texas who have
cone there to attend school. The
Nashville American says: Tho larger
party waa In charge of Prof. J. 35. Han
cock, of tho Hancock Academy, of
Maple Hill, Tenn. Tho young ladies
in his euro number thirty-three, and
are as follows: Miss Estelle Wilson,
iiimliiim. Toxns: Miss Mollie Brown.
Denton Texas; Mis i Otisslo Stobatigh,
Honev Grove, Texas; Miss Kinlo
Itlurphv. Uurant, Miss.; Mihs
Ethel Harrington, Goodman, Miss.;
Miss Fannlu Joyce, Durant, Miss; Miss
Mary Wight, Denton, Texas; Miss Ma
rian WilUlns, Sherman, Texas; Miss
3solllo Upbar, Greenwood, Mlas.; Miss
Florar Itamar, Greenwood. Miss.; Miss
Maud Wilson, Hon ham, Texas; Miss
juiio iuoseiyt ureonwoou, miss.; miss
Slnla Jones, McKlnucy, Texna: Miss
Etheleno Ilaigrovo, Marshall, Toxus!
Miss Emma Warden, McKluuey,
Texas; Mlas Robert Jj. McMurray,
Paris, Texas; Miss Mary Suo Poland,
Marshall, Texas; Mbs Mary Austin,
Marshall, Texas; Miss Delia Taylor,
Dunham, Texas; Mbs JtuH'Perry,Mar
shall. Texas: Miss Salliu Linseoml),
Donham, Texas; Miss Maude Otis, Mc
Klnney, Texas; Miss b'loyd Warden,
MoKlniicv, Texas; MlisTennle Felker,
MIks MattioFelkcr, Piano, Texas; Miss
Fannin Bridges, Fort Worth, Texas;
Miss Florence Ilnys, Present!, Arkan
sas; Miss Nannie Austin, Mar
shall. Texas; Miss KtHla Gates, Deca
The other partv, under charge of
Prof. N. J. Finnic, of McMiuuville,
and who wlU attend his school at Mutt
place, consists of tho following eight
Miss Kate KUlciraii. Miss Nannie
Al ss Kato
Addlo Paschal, Terrell, Texas; Miss
Allce'Dlal, Honey Grove, Texas; Miss
Mary Corloy, Clarksvllle, Texas.
' All are going to MoMlnnvillc.
These school girls were from four
teen to eighteen years old and many of
them pretty, u'hey till seemed In
overflowing spirits, had goodappitltcs.
and do not seem to bo much tatlgued
by their bug trip.
Purity Japan tea is put up in air
tight tin cans and makes tho finest
draw, in tho world. .
soon ceased. It was ascertained that
she was net very seiiouslv hurt.
The particulars of the aJliiir aro
about as follows: Tie woman Is tho
wife of a variety actor named John
Jess. Her stage mameisBertaDobin
son. She was married to Jes some
time since and their married life has
tint proven a haven of rest for the
bride. Ouly a few days ago it is said,
Jess gave her a terrible beating and
yesterday afternoon wlillo they were
sitting Jin tlie?r room, they became en
gaged in a quarrel when the husband
throw a pair of scissors at her inllict
linr tho wound mentioned above. He
ran out of the homo and made ills
escape before the oftlcers were notified,
thinking perhaps ho had fatally
wounded her. vp to a lato hour last
night ho had not been captured.
AVIIOSE LlTTJbE GIUL?
Arrivitt of n Sti-angar in Search or her
A little girl about ten years of ao
alighted from the west bound four
o'clock train yesterday afternoon at
tho union depot and after looking
around as if in search of someone,
wont into the waiting room ami sat
down. She remained until nearly
dark when the railroad olllclals ,vho
had found out her history sent for
Marshal Ilea who kindly provided for
her last nignt.
She says her name Is Georglc Batos
and that her father James Bates re
sides In this city. She has been living
in tho family of a man uunifd Piatt,
at Piano for some time. She states
that Piatt wrote to her father to meet
her at the depot and paid her faro to
litis place. Sho was put in the care of
tho conductor who brought her to her
destination, but she failtd to Hud her
father and is quite distressed.
It is possible Mint tho father of tho
girl fulled to receive the letter and is
also possible that theio was some dark
woik In the jilan by which It was in
tended to get rid of tho girl.
Col. J. M. Eddy, general superin
tendent, and J. T. Barbour, division
superintendent, went west over tho
T. & P. in a special train ycsteiday.
Mr. D. T. McDonald, for several
months bill clerk at thoT. & P. freight
office departed last night for Kansas
(Jity whore lie will make lm iiome.
es him all the
success ho anticipates and deserves.
D.'S. Meagher of tho Mo. P. is In tho
The Ga.eitk U tho fuvbrlte on all
the trains. r-
Installation ol" Church Officers.
At a church meeting of tho Presby
terian church Sunday night, Messrs,
T. N. Slack and Charles Fry were or
dained and installed as elders f tho
church. W. G. Finley and J. C.
Scott were ordained and installed us
The Great Evangelist.
In formation has been received that
Major Penn, tho great Baptist evan
gelist, Will be here on tho llith or Sep
tember, and will hold a two weeks re
vival. He will bring his tent with
him, and will endeavor to correct some
of the evil ways of Fort "Worth sin
ners. ,!-, f
Tin: Fit am: ja3ils tuul.
iJiui, Jioney urovc, Texas:
DoVos, Clarksvllle, Texas;
Corloy, Clarksvllle, Texas;
Worthom. Honey drove. 1
The burial of Mr. Henry Thompson,
one of oltr pioneer citizens, occurred
yesterday near tho city, conducted by
the Masonle tratornity. Tho life of
this guiillonuin deserves more than
passing notice. Ho was among tho
early aetHCrs of tho htato and lias been
foremost in ncxrly every work of p o
gress which others enjoy to-day. He
was energetic, upright and honest, and
was always esteemed for his manly
qualities and sterling worth fo any
community in which he resided, Bo
foro ho adopted this county lis 1 lis per
manent homo, he resided in Jack
county whero ha had large govern
ment contracts which ho carried out
faithfully. After ho laid porfonued
thorn ho game to Fort Worth, about
five years ago, and has since been
Identlllfd with her growth and pro
gross. Ho was a Mason of high stand
ing and was perhaps nioro widely
known than any man in the county
wiio occupied no more public or higher
position. All will mourn his death, .
Bead the thrilling book Just pub
lished ; "Thieves and tho Detective,"
by Allan Pinkerton, the great detective
of tho world.
Baces this week.
Base ball is all the rage.
The Fourth ward is on its good be
havior. Tlte opera house 13 rapidly approach
The streets are free from stagnant
water in consequencu of tho drought.
On yesterday Howard Tully sold
one of Chickerlng's' grand concert
Randall, Chambers & Co's. building
is now ati attractive sight from the
Go to Dashwood fc King for Harpci
"Borodentino" tho finest tooth lotioa
In the market.
Try Harper's "Borodentino" tooth
lotion; it just tukes the cake. Sold by
jjasnwoou & iving.
Give Harper's Fragrant "Boroden
tiue" for tho teeth a trial. For sale
by Dashwood & King.
The man la the tower was disturbed
In his dreams night before hist and tho
boys in the court-house know why.
There is still a few moro diamond
sots wortli from KoO to $1000 at tho
popular establishment uf Howard
J. M. White, took the north bound
train for a trip to Eastern markets.
Mr. White left on a purchasing tour
and will be absent several days.
Tho ground has been broken and
tho corner stone laid for the new con
vent. Unless something unforeseen
should occur to retard tho progress of
tho workmen the building will bo
completed by the llrkt-of October,
The contract for supplying the con
vent with seats, desks and other neces
sary furniture has beeu awarded to n
Chicago houso noted for its prompt
ness and everything indicates an
early preparation for the reception of
Two shipments weekly ;pf . com
pressed yeast at Spencer it.Tucker'fl. N
Yesterday Charles Deitz filed a com.
plaint in Tarrant comity court atidr
madcauldavltforn suit of sequestra-'
tlou against oilo Marion Dill, also of
Tarrant county, to prevent the said
Dill from removing certain personal
rropertyout of tho county pending
hiiit. On tlie day of March Delta
furnished a lot of cows and calves to
Dill for the purpose of starting him in
tho dairy business, but finding that'
tho business proved a failure de
manded tho return of his cattle some
time lit July. Dill refused to do so
and now Deitz brings this suit to
rrogroj or tlie Testimony Tho Defense
Will Try to Trove An Alibi.
St. Louis, Aug. 27. A PoRt-Dis-pa(vfi
Galltitiu special says tho James
trial was iCHtimed tins niornieg. Mrs.
SamUels, mother of Frank, was sworn
for the defence, after which Dick Lid
dell was ero'.b-examined. It has leak
ed out tno defendant will endeavor to
prove an alibi. Goner 1 Joe Shelby
being their principal witness, and
further that the Winston gang con
sisted of five men, but that J im Cum
mings was the littli man, and not
.Frank James. Tho first
fact brought out in cnvs-examination
was that witness had been convicted
of horse-stealing and served in the
penitentiary. Witness was questioned 1
minutely as to ms movements with
the gang during the three years pre
ceding the train robbery, their tiips
to Hite's in Tennessee and return to
Missouri. Saw General Shelby at ids
homo in 18S0; Cummings and I were
together; Je.-se James and Bill Ryan
were behind. Witness died that
Shelby said to Jesse James that the
two young men had been ar
rested for tho Concordia bank
robbery and lie (Shelby) did not be
llovo they hud anything to do with it,
mid Jesso replied: "There is the man
who lilt tho Dutch cashier on til
head." Witness maintained lie heard
no such conversation. After detailing
further ...ovements, witness said ar
rangements to come to Missouri were
pet footed at Bob Hall's homo, lu Ten
nessee. Frank James was not present.
Defetise lay great stress on this point.
Witness then narrated ids trip, which
terminated in the Winston robbery.
His direct testimony was unshaken.
Llddell was asked if in company
with Jesie James, Wood Jllto and Jim
Cummings he did not meet Gen. Joe
Shelby in a lane near Shelby's house
Just after the Winston robbery, and
Shelby said to Jesse, "I thought you
were dead." and Jesso replied, "You
see I am not." "Where is Frank?"
asked tho general. "His health is so
bad that lie has been south for three
years," replied J ease; and did not wit
ness say lie had not seen Frank James
for two years? Witno3s ana wared that
he hat not seen Gen. Shelby tinee tho
robbery until he met him in Kansas
last Thursday. WitaiEs further de
fied that ho had told several others
that Frank was not in the Winston
robbery. Wilneas deollned to answer
whether he know if Wood Illte was
dead. He related his negotiations
With the governor to surrender and his
jWiJljngness to reveal the secrets of tho Jones
Tie Hi Practical Biiess Sclool if lie m
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WiACO BUSINESS COIfflfo
The students havo tho nctual experience In eorj Ucimrtmont of mcrcfid
ilonllnj:' wmi luiioW'StnuciiiH ns incrcmutls in tlie name city. Tho ColloHIUVkl
ruuiu uii ,,,, 1 1 ,w iiiw ciiiiin;iif- .11 uiu null 11 ton AJvyui llliuill, lis HIO reuUlnr LuUGIlMl
For paitlctitnrfcttddie',8 It. IX. HiIiL, IrincJpai,is
A SEW INDUSTRY.
Fattening Catlln I41 tlio AVost Itcfora llrins
ln;j Tln'in to 31ulcrt.
Milwaukee, A'tigtist 27. James S.
Peck, secretary and treasurer of the
Conver.-c Cattle .Confyany the stock of
which is owned in Milwaukee, has re
turned from Kebraskn and tells of a
new industry entered into by the com
pany, the purpose of which is to fatten
cattle before bringing them to market
in Boone county, Nebraska, where
they hold six thousand acres of land.
Ho has supervised llie erection of
sheds for shelter ami coin cribs ample
for tho accommodation of a thousand
steers, which will be driven down
from tiioir Wyoming rauch this fall
and there fattened. Year after next
their operations will be extended and
Mies Knima Jackson, '1
of the groom. All
merry as a niarm;
and after tut celegaut repast u
instrumental ami vocal music
dered bv ditleient Indies wdt
men. The yotuii: briilo wast
of atttaction during ilic entire i
lion, anu well slie misrlit ue,3
was ot tiuu purespintiieiiu
beauty over which thenneti R1
painters grow fco entli iiblasiic.
in a marvelous dress of jrtuk pi
"leveller than apoclsdrcaui"
and Waco must bo proud 1
this lovely lllly of tlics plali
groom was , no one ewti
know liow tlie Kioom looks,''!!
vierorous handsome Texan 'mil
The ouests, as far ns oouldtM
f.it.irwl ntf.rn Alive Trhnn
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uiis iituiisiry is jiromising to uoveiope, Vashti Kcnnon, tbe Mjsses
Tho New Court-House Fence
The new fence for tho court-houso
yard is lying on tho squaro and will
soon take the place of tto unsightly"
apology for a fence now standing. Tho
curblug is laid In frout of tho cmirt
hotiso and should bo laid nil around it
as It can bo done at a less expense now
than at toino future day. With a now
fenco and sidewalk all around it, the
counjiouso will present a very credita
An Olilo Train UInnnter-.Sever.il Torsons
Cincinnati, August 27. A 2'imen
Steuben villo, O., special says there wuS
an accident on tho Panhandle road
this morning near Miniugo Juntion
within ten yards of the great disaster
ofl8"S. The east bound freight was
tou minutes late and collided wttli tho
Cincinnati express and passenger train
on time. 1 jot 11 engines una one postal
car were wiecked. Tlie engineer,
Charles Woolf of Denison, O., ami
Clerks Win. M. Newman and John B.
Hoyt, both of Indianapolis, weio in
jured, Hoyt fatally.
London, O., August 27. William
Nlckeu, a colored boy, deliberately
mrew niniseii on tue track betoro
rapidly moving freight train thiri
morning and was Instantly killed
Miss Young, Miss McC'fl Ad"""
Tiillv JirooKs, Jttisa waruu,
Maude Johnson. Mr. J. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Logan, Mi
JLrs. M'e.Hon, Dr. Stone ana lag,
I)tow Pruitt, Dr. Lawrenct,
Mlrnm llillinLr. Mr. CrabbV. Jit
ter, Mr. R. Maddox, I)r, Eeillj
, R. Graham. Mr. Ileece,.iir. ns
Mr. Goode. Mr. Coc, Mr. A. PiM
Stanlleld, Mr. Vanerzan, Mr. m
Cant. Llttleiohn. Mr. J..T.i
Mr. W. J. Lo-'au ntid J. M-.I
Tlie happy couple return J
i the latter part of this week. j
May their on ward course thtoi
He ,trdwn with nv.e brljbtl
Their cup of Joy and pient"!
New York. Antra st "7. Dclptrnfos:
from the building trades union or
dered strikes to-dtij upon seven build-'
ings, upon which John VIcker, aj
uuiiiier, employing non-union men
lias contracts. Tho strike continues
on Dakota Flats, on a row of buildings
in Seventy-third street, and on a
building in course of erection on tho
site of tho Park theatre. All was
caused by tho employment of non
JtHiitlnt Church. T
On Fridav nicht. Am
soiiee will be aiven for I he
" I tho Baptist church, at the
and tlio talent engaged tbe J'
In the city. The loiiowing
1. "Ovnrtuw to l'oct nnil ,TffJ3
liun.K. first. Ilium. Mlb.f 9 ,bll "3B
second piano, Sllw '
Iteportcd DUcovoml In ICaokulc
Rt. Louis, August 27. A brief tils
pattdf from Keokuk, Just received, an
nounces pe finding nt thieo o'clock
this morning of Mary Churchill, the
young girl who disappeared from her
homo here a week ago.
Killed by a Drunken Sinn.
MTlnm, Intl., August 2". John
Brown, whllu drunk, fired at a tele
graph operator at the Ohio and Missis
sippi omco last nignt, mi-sen him ami
UK JIM v m
A North Carolina Hanging.
Raleigh, N. C., August 27. Tills
morning Henry Jones was hanged for
thoniurderiof Dcntitv Shi-rlir ninin.
I last year. . Tlio hanging wid private.
made a confession of ri'liclnn
was remarkably self-pi:ssesed before
execution and on tlio gallows. Death
ensued in twenty minutes from stran
gulation. Jones was twenty-three
years old and li-aves a wife and 'infant.
, lliirt, "Clan l.n TMn XfMD "
Jll .loklo sin I tii and H- M.r'm11'
.t. Violin 80lo Mr. lJeauc!r
5. IiiHtriuneutal solo-Mr.
(I. Duel Misses Moore.
7. Klutosolo-Mr. Ausn v
S. Onartetto-"areotloe tof A
Smith, Muiphy, Ilelly nud J"" l
u. voeai soio .Mibi .-hju ,
10. A'lolln solo-Mr. C.JI.Bron-
11. Vocal solo-MI Siurrw-y j
yj. 11a s bom .ur. wmii-' ,ij
The programme is verr"
and win be fully apprecisiw'
Allt'ii, killing him in-
Requiem Massrs. "
Washinirton, August 27. Requiem
masses were eolebrated here this morn
lug'forthe. reiwse or. the soul of the
lute-Count do Chambord.
A Treasurer Skipped,
Detroit, August 2.7, Evldene is very
strong to show that A. A. Atherton,
cotiuty treasurer orRcjCommon county,
hiisskipped with funds to the amount
A Iirliliunr! ."so'ciul J3vcnt.
There was u brilllunt gathering of
lovely women and handsome men at
,v., tT T,,'?and Lamar streets, las
"K- Tho homo ws- filled to
?,! i,n&w,,h uebt8 ton reception
tendered .Mr. Willard Jackson, tlio
l,.,.J,!tL,(., rllol' Mis. Smith, and his
',ey l' ie, neo Mlh Jessie Klrkpat
riek of Waco. The hospltalltito of the
house were disused by Mrs. 6niltli'
i?.i.JK ,i,iukw.i MIw Josle, and her
.clbal!y atttiiutlye adnjited duugbter,
music lovers of i'ort AVM
ble, Mr. Smoot vlli oe pxm
his orchestra and render $$
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l.i,tn Vit Vrnm VanMCoU l
Pensocola, August 27.-1
5th day since tlio cases isupj!
yellow fever wero sent wFM
and tho 11th day f"1"'.!
under medical trcatmeii , Szy
remains untibually litalti j
licss or any kind Is rerJf&l
burden falli on the busiora
panic bus carried awny1" Z
tomors at an hour's v.Tiiivi
ing daily sales and l'u, HJ3
iug collections, thol"l.
oil" tho country trade. JffJJJ
nemslearlly meeting no"JS'
Rev. Blr. Ciuipp
at tho navy
urduv. IMrs. Owen
",.. .r rw"
.. llltinn RU '.."
ami ijiouteuHiit- ;'"," inil
doiDR quite well. ?Ibg)P
"Ib this yellow fovjsr?" Swyjj
la now reported to haw uictt v
X nmuJVo'ro a lamo'crowd of Re-1 1W iwjhhI?, but when 1 ilrt cook a uiii 1 Tr;. ,,rr7-., ...,,.... , ean I "' '
publicans unci Bi.wnHB also. The i lld I V Khcit on y i . t neer-, uu-u-jv , , , OUR
S.'Ej Mr. R. (T. Rurklov, Gentrv's Mills