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THE GAZETTE: FORT WORTH. TEXAS, SUNDAY, SlSl'TEMBEttSO.
JAY BYE SEE.
TlieJ0g leaked ror;Cotdc&t between tho
' Trntl!iifKliiB! Ended.
Sli Julian Howucrt )iy 31 r. Case3 Horse
In Straight Heats.
wcntrflTC Thousand t'cnnlo
V t hod rent CitctN
Tally two lengths In. advance. On
hearing tho half mile post St. Julian
camo at bis competitor very raph ly
, l 1 l..i iltn M.l..,l tinvlil
nnu entered nnu m i"" .i......
.with Jny Eye fe'eo nnd when Hair way
iiii tho hill tit, Julian iftttt. leaving J y
.I n- i.. .. ....... ...l Iia u'nii tlin
heat and into amid tremendous
ii auso bv Uireo lengths, n.mc,
uuurter 3 seconds, half mllo
three rjimrUTH 1:12, mllo 2:W.
Jerome Park, r-eptornner --.
tlio Prominent Tarfmeii In tho
Crowd Other Ilvcnls,
ilrstraco loruiree-year-omn, u
and a ciinrter Won by Aniiir.n, Du
plex second, Brady third. Time, 2:1-1.
Heeohd race, nursery stnucs, for two-yenr-olda,
three-quarters of n mllo
illmnlnya won, J.eo becond, JSowigo
llilnl. Time. 1:20. v
Fleetwood Park, September 20.
Tho great trot for $5,000 between tho
.celebrated Jay J3yu Heo md
fit. Julian wiused tho largest
concourse of neoplo to nesenible on
tho track that lias been Been on any
race tiaek In America in two years.
t JN5 p. ni. there was scarcely avail
iiblo spiteo'loft or tho grand tdanfls,
tho quarter stietch or: club Jimiso
. i.n.. i... n..l.l ikiiii lliii.il
grouuus, wiihu ",",,1,v .,"'", ;
with sptelatorn from tho throe-fourth
... .1... ......... nAtt At. limit, ti. 000
II. 11111 I 1IU1 LL1 HWH . .........
euulnaucs of every description
within the enclosure
mid invent j'
and LlJ-r Hues ox
tno enclosure, aim "'
from the gates as Olio Hundred
ventv-ftfth street, a dkitnueo 'of
ftun.Ti.tirM. Thousands of neoplo wero
not able to get within tho enclosure.
Many notable wero prtseirt. Amoim
them wore W. H. Vanderbllt and
Fmnlc Work. Vanderbllt drove Into
his private hhed behind Early
Rose and AWIno, while Work
ilravo iJicii mvivuuoi .. ...........
The bettiuK was umiHiiaH'met ye. &t.
Julian had tho call at SlOU to m The
track was very heavy In spots. Jay
Rye Hco appeared in excellent form.
Wllcii ho llnWied exerelelng he was
erected with thuudei h of iippluuse. 1 1
wis announced that lUtlier'H would
handle tho ribbons during tho contest,
mid Orrin lllckok wjs to drive
St, Julian. JJotll hotHcs wero placed
In tho hheds on tho track, guarded by
u large force of policemen, who had an
arduous Job In keeping thogieat crowd
back that wns surging and scrauibl ng
about the sheds. The track was being
scraped by u do.en linprovlseit
machines. ' Tho weather was very
warm, cloudy and threatening
j, B&, AlllOllg nil illc inni:i iiiviimiuiii'
"'' , people present werol Ianlon, tho onra
'feii.ii, .man, Uenorat Grant, who occupied a
Mmiikl Pent on tho clubhouso portico, Henry
P'O. Itiiymoud, owner of il'hll Thomp-
Itrli.litmi idmnlt KlMlloIllIlOr
iVirst race, thiee-qtiartrs of n m
''Ain lit. Kiiniii. Invnriti'. Llttlo
m-Snd.Joo third. Time, 1:17,
Won v Marshall, h'ellelii becond,
Henry Athlrd. Time, 2:10.
Third race, onoaud one-eighth or a
iitli Won bv Pilot lv a length, Liz-
zlo Mack fitcond, Centennial third.
i'ourlu race, ono mm o'.ie-quaricr
niiloH Won by Dlswy Hlondu by a
length, Ida J second, Farewell, third.
Flftifrnec, thrce-fourths of n mile.
....... 1... T 111 111.11 I . ..,.!. Il.llll...
won iiy jjiliiu i jiii i,y ii iicL-n, Hiwi"'
doro second, Little Kittle third. Time,
A DAY AT DALLAS.
The Attonicj-dcnrral's Opinion hi He
gatd to Terms or County Courts.
The SuuseW Selieino lo Hlstaiico Hie
Cauiiou Kali l-lnf.
An i:iopcmont .Sensation Willi Hokc
Huso Hall Ciljr and State Tnxcs
tslxth race. tlirco-fourUiH ot a
won by CarrJo Stowarr; Ferg Kyle
second, Frank lo third, Time, 1:18.
T.niituvllli. Ifv.. Konti'li'llier L'0.
First, rneo. Mnttv H.
M'uCooii, O. S. Bailey, M.
II. JJumett. ilngh Forrlgati, Jlurdotto
Jioomls, prctihluut of tho Charter Oak
park, Jerome J. Cnso of Jtaclno, AVIh
cousin, owner of Jay Eye See,
Koucrt Bonner and sons, Win. Truin.
bull, John II. Hornbook Br,, ttmt Jr.
Alexander Taylor tho organizer of tho
gentlemen's lunoelatlou, John Kelly,
Edward Kearney, Hhcnherd Kuapp
and other Western prominent Uotting
men. Twenty-four thousand tickets
wero sold. Tho crowd wait
ing for admittance- extended
as far aa tho eye could
reach. Tho betting hiiddonly
dropped and It appeared Kt. Julian
would HtarL tho favorite to 100 to 100.
The Judges were Uco. II, Ally tho for
mer owner of JJcxtor, Alex Taylor and
When tho drivers entered thoolllco
iiftlicnlnWr of (ho Hcalen to vvcIl'Ii Uov
wero mel wi til an euthusliiHtlo iccep
tlon from tho vast throng. Ht. Jullau'H
driver Woro black, and tho driver of
"Jay .K.vo Sco woio purple, liach
weighed JfiO pounds. The II rat hunt
was started at !I:IG. St. .Iiilluu drow
tho polo. At tho third attempt
tho competitors got tho word with ht.
Julian half a length ahead. Hlckok
kept Bt. Julian under a pull. In
rounding tho turn Jay Rye Hoc wai at
Bt. Julian's wheels. Alter getting
lalrly under way Jay Rye Bee began
to draw on Bt. Julian, a'uil tho excite
ment became tremendous. About tho
quarter polo St. Julian led by a quai (er
ofa length. The bucks of both animals
wero now as lowl as bllliiud tables am
they wero moving llko pieces of ma
chinery. On approaching tho half
mllo post Jay Eyo Hoo drew up even
with his antngonlst. At tho hill, Hfty
yards from tho threo quarter post,
Jay 13yo Heo broke, but for two skips
and lie Immediately Mettled down to
worlcngaln and rapidly overhauled Hi.
Julian. Tho excitement now reached
whlleheat and Bonner had to call
on the crowd for silence. On entering
tho homo htrelch Jay Ryo See was
again at Ht. Jullau'a wheels, but 11,
Uloke-k was carried u llttlo far out
Into deep hind at hoiiio time, keeping
Ht. Julluu on Die hard track-. Tho
Htrugelu down tho tdralght was grand,
Jay Eyo Seo gaining at every stride.
Khty yiuda fiom tho who
Ht. Julian led by half a length but wns
laltorlnguud broko when about thirty
feet from tho wire he passed under
wire on a run, leading by a head. The
judges in consequence of Ht. J ullun'tt
pnsslng oyer tho scoro tunning, gavo
i no mm to jay jsvotsee. Tliuo. hv
Secoud nice, (irst Jieat, EHlo II.
won: b'ovcielgn Put second, Jtosaliud
third, McUInnisfourlh, Kansas llfth.
iSeenud heat. Elllo H. won: .Sover
eign l'at second, Kansas third, Bosa
llud fourth. Time, 1:1 H-
Thlnirace, MUs Woolford won; Slo-
cum focond, Wandering thud. Time,
Tho Tide in Virginia Tunilng-Against
DeGiiilolPs IHselosuwHif the Jleptihll.
quarters: First quarter im, half mile
J:1GL tlireo-rourlliH 1:12, mile 2:20,
Tho decision gave general Mit Nuta
tion. After the llivt heat tho telling
stood $ 100 to W In favor of HI. Julian.
During the wait, John JIllrT.r.y gave
tetovo Mnxweil and inato a mllo In
The horses cooled out nicely, and
Aveio rung up at 1:15 p. in, Jay j.o
Hoe took the pole, on account of win
ning tho heat. At starting, St. Julian
led by n length, Blthcrs Immediately
look a pull on Jay Ryo Seo and waited
until ho got straightened out for tho
tiuarter post befovo letting him out.
On hearing tho quarter past St, Julian
led two open lengths but wwu after
pacing the post Jay Eye See begun to
Hose tho gup and tiotlcd so inpldly
that hu reached St. Julian's
whhera and they wont abreast
to thu half mllo post. Hi, Julian heein
edto bo in tumble, but trotting in
good form ueverthelov. Tho llyora
then made for the hill. St. Julian
seemed to tnko tho up hill Avorlt more
Kindly, nnd threo furlongs froiu homo
the Mir woio trotting on fever tirms.
lay Jvj'o Seo was now forcing tho pace
d St. Jullan'H driver took
mm u i,um preparatory
? , mrd HiilHh. Coinlug into
On straight Jay j.0 Sto ler.d three
l'"f ftj or u length. Tho llnlsh was
IV" ! J h V wn hhuply wonderful how
t"fuN could keep their feet in
thoieliiuB n,i hooting of tho lm
wenw crowds, Midway of tho straight
. ,....... IIM1I1 II UIUIIII 1TIIII1I. Mill!!,,.
Bjicclnl lo tlto Oft'fttc.
Bt. Louis, Mo., September 29. A
Washington special to tho Jtepubllcrin
says: J. Ambler Smith, formerly a
Bepubllcan member of congress Irum
Virginia, and for scvcial years a fol
lower of Mahone, tald to-day: "I know
thotldo of popular fueling is against
Mulioue In the valley. I have been In
tho Shenandoah valley recently, and
In contact with men posted as to the
The statement nmdoby ex-Congress-man
Dezendorf. In his speech at a Ue
ntibllcui niopling in WiJJlamsburg,
lias caused a tiutterin national politics.
Ho quoted President Arthur assaying:
"Dezendorf, 1 know that you have
been badly tieated, but J am power
less; 1 can not prevent il. A caucus of
Republican senators made an agree
ment with Mahone which J am bound
to carry out." Dezendorf iuilher said
ho understood Mahone would address
tho people of, Southampton in u shot
(line. Dezotulort proposed to meet
him taco to faci. anil nliiii'ini liim t.m
selling ills vote. It would bo interest
ing to bee what tho result would be.
Ily AMnHntert 1'resn.
Washington, September 2f). Cer
tain elector of tho sixth congreslonal
district of Jjoulshtua have united in a
petition against seating Hon. E. J.
Lewis, who claims to huyo been
elected In that district to succeed Gen.
K. Hurron, deceased, at tho special
election held under a writ of the gov
ernor of the a' ate. Counsel for these
petitioners has culled tho attention of
the deputy Hist comptroller of the
tieasury to tho fael that Oen. Lewis
Is rccelvlmr Ills nav n. n iiimiiiuu. ,,i.ii
. ,, "--. -.'.rt...T, , ,IUI,
m iuv jiuuuuiit-iH assem, ne is not en
titled to tho scat in that, congress.
CoiiiihoI requests that tho comptroller
refuse to pay his Milary asfja member
ol eoiigiess to Lewis until ordered by
congrciH to ilo so. Ho asserts tho gov
ernor of tho state of Louhlanu issued
a writ for a special election on a cer
tain day to Jill tho vacancy rinsed by
the death of General Jlerron but after
wards changed tho date and issued a
writ for a special election on another
day at whloJi time howls was declared
elected. Counsel for tho petitioners
asserts tho hitter election was void, the
to call n special election "when he
issued tho Ihst. writ.
Olllelal Changes ht Salaries iVotu
Head el the liprmrlineiil.
Washington, September 20. The
adjustment ofsalailes or postmasters
of presidential classes is Just com
pleted by thepostolUco depaitiuent,
and tho salaries as ndlustud will hclii
on Monday next. Tho readjustments
twiVVl uiv ,,auu;v;oi -,H postUlABleiV.
Korly-four onlces have been
added to tho plealdeutlsl Hut ami
twenty-fivo presidential nfllces luivo
been roduced'to the Itli chiss, leaving
tho number of presidential poa'olllces
on October 1st, 2,17.5, with salailes
amounting to W.ToO.OOO, Every part
of the country is included in tho to
adlustment, Tho change in hoiuo
of the larger oillees nro noted below;
niU'AKO suco sfljira
ftt. I .miiu
i .I. it
K'.;... liVi ... .".". .,"
juh vtiuiiui!, uiiuimaKvu
mniWimeiit to head his rmtngoniat hut
layLyefaee was uiupprouehod aud
yapluwl tho heat by halhi length well
!!-f. hlllf III linlfniU .HlPM.nnn,.,. I.I..I1
inllei.:18J. " "3
Stovo Maxwell mid nmlowerodrlven
n in to In i:ini i.,iinof i, .,fi ii...
heat. TI e hot ih x w tho iiuvi .,. ?u'xt .ro"Itr IV ,lc
between Jny"0? & H St J. f dec so of M
ws joo io Win favor or fhifVhrmH J J,rct'" ot n lnv
v'tti,.r:,.',,ra- 1,('ut tll owe wore
"niK)k0llEtl Itr T11H llUnM.'UWLi.V VT?
Jog by a length, 'n.Wvy ,fuTfi
t-lwunuooeiv. .. ,&C,
Hnn KraHcVioo l.tol..,
lttelinrg ,W.... . .
'lllO tollnW'illir utiltii1iiii.il lIi.h ..I....
the guws revoimea of tho postoUlce de
SKirtment for the-hist two llscal years
iuis been pit-pared by the sixth au
ditor: Gioss revenue.- for the veur
(lidlngJunoao, 18&1, $U,R2tt,47a;' for
tho year ending June 80, LSS2, ill,2vK5,
Jllll; luereaso lor lhsa, pa,6irj,ir.(i.
htamiis sold In 1SS.J, 5o2,02!t,flin; In
8S2, 880,fiatJW. Increase for
18h, . 3,!W0,aH. Stamps sold
:'' ui U'larter ended Juno 80,
''i -?i,oo-,si-'j lor quarter ended
Juuo ttOth, 1BS2, J9S0.012. JUicrenso for
188.1, ?002,0(H), 'it N eUltnatc'l at the
leasnry doiwrtment the deduction f
the nnbllii 1 1, tlit fiir i.itni. ,i,. ...in i. .
.., .iV.. . '"f""-l ll UU
i im niirii n ttmit.,1,,1.... .11 ,.,,
.. v. " " l .vjiitmuuj- VilllU
uient that ft will nt i..i!. 'Vr;"'il.r.
next, render a tlecNJon in tho ,.,'f.i
Mannlx, nsslgnoe, vs.
roiving the question
tho .loT.tM nrr;' n.. ir.r . i , ,ay
eel .V....V otvuuiauvp rur-
n.Bi0 ."tttlr'jutrtcuiiunU depart
monu iiiiiKixwiiiu i m ........... n ,' ,.
i ir. .:"."." WJV ,v.i' v. mo
ij,ilAl,nJKU,t "VlthH of ft c:
CT--- H'ffcv erop,
fljicdal to Uio Onreltp.
Dallas, September 20. Tlio ftlKsoiir'
iciuc u:iso oau cuiu win pij mc
Klwh HtoeklniM at Dallas on October
20lliSnd 21st. They go from hero to
Oalncslo. The Browns are highly
pleiu-cd iTNciiru that tho Houston Na
tionals wllNhe here on Octobor7th.
They will be wNomed byanlnimenso
crowd. John KNJfogaii, hist night,
resigned as manage of the Browns.
W. J. Kiiln, one of the wealthiest men
of tho city, was elected in ills place.
The examining trial of Henry
Shanks for tho murder of Aucust
Welmcr was adjourned over to Tues
State and county tuxes are due Mon
day. Tax-payers have until Mar-h 1,
IS I lo settle. The county valuation
IsfcSlvTOO, and thentato and county
tax to 1)0 collected for lfeS.t Is 127.700.
There tire fifty lettiil liquor
dealeis in Dallas. Half tho
Hct'iis.,."! full ilno Oiifnlinr- iu
The stato tax Is -U0 tutd tho city tax
-. ri mi. - . - . .
?j.o. i oere mu no suioons in ttic
county outsido the city, as local option
prevails in all but one precinct, and
thu license la n high no one will en
gage In tho tralllo there.
J.idgolltut starts for Tyler to-morrow
to take his teat on the bench of
the court of appeals.
i't'0. Adams, aged seventeen, at
tempted to outrage an eight year-old
daughter of C. I Peters a few
mlliH from this city this morning.
Mr. i'eters swore out a warrant, and
oflleera are on Adams' trail.
lion J.N. r. Cramer, member of
the legislature from Kobertwui county,
was in the city today, returning from
his West Texas ranch
William Jesse Grant liaa been ap
pointed lo a clerkship in tho Dallas
Out of ono hundred and seven
school communities in Dallas
county, only ten have tout
in contracts with teachers for
County Judge Burk's approval. Last
year some ot tho communities had so
little school that they failed to exhaust
their prorata of the stato school fund.
Sheriff Douglas of Gravsou county
is in the city to see United States
Mardhal McKee, In refereuco to fees
I'll!' liecllillL' tirl.-(1HT.i In Din stlii .in in,.
Jail. Mr. Douglas has biomdit a bill
tharglug foityflvo cents per day for
boarding prisoners, to which Marshal
Mckeo excepts. Tho Dallas sheritls
have always charged thirty cents per
day for keeping federal prUuiiem, that
being tho amount allowed by law.
In response to a letter from County
Attorney Clint, Attorney General
Teuipleton wiites as ibliowH, under
date of Austin, September 2:
"I have given careful consideration
to tho question submitted in your let
jer of the 2.1th Instant, and have un-
iieaiituiHgiy reached the same conclu
sion as yourself, viz:. That without
awaiting legislative- enactment, your
county commissioners' colut may, by
order duly entered on Its minutes,
provide for the holding of
as nuny terms of tho county
court as may be deemed
nceebsiiry for the prompt disposal of
the business of tho court. Tho expres
sion "and such other terms each year
as may bo Ilxed by the commissioners'
coutt,' contained in tho amendment,
seems to have been intended to leave
tho matter to the county commis
slonors' court. I will add that this
question was rcoontly examined by a
coiyil,,l,tl ,r ,llc '-I'mvla county bar,
nnd that their report was In conformity
with the above. This report was rall
ied by the bar, and will be followed
by the county commissioners' court of
On the strength of the above letter,
County Judge Burke has determined
to Issue a call on Monday, October 1st.
convening tho commissioners' court in
special ho-hIoii on Monday, October
fUli, to ilx the terms of the county
court for the ensuing vear.
From a gentleman "connected with
the 'Sun?ct route," now In the city,
t ho UAziarri: correspondent learns too
that there is not universal hurmonv
betweaiiMr. ifuntiugtou and xU aa"
aoelutiM in tho Tloudon & Texas Cen
tral byritetn, and tlint arrangements
mo now being perfected to place- n fast
train on Hie "Suuset" butwocn San
Antonio and Galveston tltat shall
f i i i yTw. 0I u, llow "cannon
,'" via Auslin and Hempileml
appear verv sow. iTn n.u ti... 'i.u.,..
set" track m n tmod ,... im.,, i
the "cannon, h ill" folks will bo given
anllu.stiatiouor hat rapid tram
ifally means. """"'
A imy aw t,jnn hlosomed out last
.iit and io.ihiv r.n.i,.,.i..i.... i ..
stealing and elonomont tVaturcs. A
mlddle-awd Alexlcau with plenty of
tush and a buxom looking wlitto
woman, aged about twenly-rour, with
a pretty bloudo daughter, aged about
Jour years, arrived in the city veslei
day everting and wore soon" (he oh
served ol all observers In tho neigh
borhood ot tho union depot, on t,c
count or their nervous conduct and
tha gieat disparity of their features
ami complexions. They took quarters
at u hotel un Pacific avenue and
soon threo moiuittd white men
arrived in town, but although appar
ently interested in the parties showed
no disposition to molcHt them. Lust
uightiliahusbftud of the woman dl-scov-eied
her whereabouts, am rtor rciJuv.
lug her otdicr little dnuehter deimrtcd
Without creating any dlfturtmuS. tLo
Mexican, uu exceed t ugly tolll-
gout HiiKulbt and shmp-iooulng iudi-
vldual, reghlered as 10. L. Martinez,
nUl ic !4,u!rlil? 'V!11 f!'om s'm Anton o
Ho deposited hi tlio hotel safo nearly
tklu luilullCil tiollR in twenty dollar
gold p eces, At 3 o'clock this, inoriilni
io and his white conipanlouaroJlio
teourcdhjis wealth, had their Imwaco
oheoktil for San Antonio, and theVd
ry-M uii-Muiui.uouudToxas Con-
ml train for the Alamo city. JtoiS
hnvimr linniliiitii. ti.... ..i.i. ...; '.u
and tlio woman had missed r? ,,,',?
!!!!.,.rl0!u.tl,,oho,,1 t,ii,y wero n0(
.. I. '; .. """-"ley in omed to bo
united at San Antonio. VArl,.,?.
woro. nun Mm ...... ........ .'.:."".
- - T 0..v 1111'
lepurpos'jofpecurlng bond, and
does not succeed, Coyle 1b to be
d mi in tho county jnll. The
i..i,.wl .... I., Ilwi rntiiitv mil
HIUIVCU i- . .... "'" .. W"'.1".S - " A. ' i-
of White mo'i in. ai iviuirt-u
In fccarcn ot nun,
to were in .'"V . "' . ,""
as he is Ptiapceted of having stolen a
line span of horses from a farmer
named Andrew Burtel, a few nights
ago. It Is paid the Mexican shipped a
carload of horses from Dallas billed
for Kentucky a few weeks tigo.and tho
belief Is thev were htolen and ho and
Coyle weiepartuers In the transaction.
Martinez ptirehiued liberally lor the
lady of line dresses and other apparel
nt a leading dryg. oils house last night.
Some Interesting and rich develop
ments nro anticipated In connection
with tho ali'atr soon.
Theatre and Circus Arrested for Fast
Gainesville, September 29. Tho
Mabel Norton combination made their
appearance at the or en house last
night, in n beautiful society drama en
titled, "ltoscdale, or The Itllle Ball."
This was their third night at tills
place, and they appear again to night.
The advertising car for tho great
show of W. W. Colo camo in yester
day, and thoroughly billed tho town.
They will bo In our city October ISth.,
and w all expect to see the i'uiest show
which has ever yet visited Gaines
ville. Cotton was rather oft' yesterday;
233 bales received. Prices 87!y0. 15
Several parties were lined yesterday
for fast driving on the streets, which
we trust will abide the nuieunee. Sev
eral serious injuries have been caused
by this fast driving, and tlio authori
ties deserve credit for attempting to
stop tho evil.
John Davenport is very fclek.
llev. Dr. Lawson left on tho train
this morning for Sherman to fill the
pulpit In the Episcopal church at that
Capt. J.M. Culp, an extensive land
and cattle dealer, camo in from the
West ycsteiday and rcportaevcrylhing
quiet nt tho seat of war.
Joe Cottraux camo in from tho East
last evening, and is on the streets this
Judge Potter camo in from the West
yesterday. The judge attended tho
wire fenco meeting at Henrietta, and
intldo quite an entertaining speech to
the people on tho fence question.
Jim Mattox, who ran away with
Mr. Kane's Idack inure, has not been
Several wagon loads of wool camo
In yesterday, and were sold on this
County Bonds Uv Court-house Repairs
Furl her Fence Cutting Out
Special to tlio (iiuetUi.
Austin, September 2D. The attorney-general
to-day ruled that under
tho law conmii.ssloueis.' courts have
authority to issue bonds for the pur
pose of constructing additions to court
housed and jails.
Pecos county oHered to sell the state
at pur to-day eight per cent, bonds,
and if they are found to bo correct the
oiler will be accepted.
Outrages by fenco culteis continue
to be reported from different parls of
the state, and tho opinion prevails tha
tho reward offered by the governor
will result In no go'id.
Tlio collector of Kimble county
settled to-day. The assessment roll's
or Casj county wero leturncd to-dov:
increase $1 20,000.
A pressing invitation liar, been .sent
to Jell Davis to visit Austin dining
the next Capital stato fair.
Dr. Breckenrhlgo, president of the
Frontier telegraph and telephone line,
will bring suit for $15,000 damage
against tlio International i nil road
company for tho wanton destruction
of his wire near San Marcos about two
The Buyon City bridge and manu
facturing company, capital stock $.(),
000, tiled n ehailer to-day.
Mr. Becolier's Lecture A Universalis!
Hpoclul to tlio Gazette.
W,U50 September 20-ltev. James
15111 1 tl try . a ITnlvin-j.iHul ,..i.,t..... ..
missionary to Texas, representing the
General convention of tho Hniver&al
lst church, will preach at the court
house, to-morrow, (Sunday), at 11
o'clock a. m. on (he "Philosophy or
Good and Evil." Hu will preach alho
Major J. B. Pond, the agent of Mr.
Bcecher, JalU'gisteied at' the Paclllc
J he cotton market closed to-day
barely steady, with u decline- of one
eighth in prices. AVe quote sroiu i);lo
fott:60. lteeei.t t,226.
Mr. Uoechor lectured hero (o-nlght
to a largo and appreciative audience
perhaps tho largest which ever ns-oni-bled
In the Merchants' opera-house.
Ho is accompanied by Mia. Bcecher
and they are guests of the Pacific
Mr. Trav. Jones to-day sold his resl
deuce, on Austin street, to Mr. W. B.
nice, priHldent of Waco National
bank, for $10,000.
city Marshal Luke Mooro. left Ibis
also Mr. AV. V.
A "Wealthy hheep Man Arrested for
Murder Committed Several
Special to (ho Clau-tie.
S.ui Antonio, September 20. J. m.
Camiibell, one of tho weallhleit sheen
men In TVxas, and a largo pioperty
owner of this city, Is Md to Im vo been
arrested yesterday In MoMillen for
murder commuted teveral years ii"o
'I ho party killed Is said to have been a
sheep herder who disobeyed Camn-
"WIS orderx mwl -,:, ..i.t.
........ ..lav, l Hi, 111(11
down. At tho recent term
n,r.. Ul. . . u".".rf somebody
i ,K ,tut "vhienco ami atrno
bill was louud. Coiulderablo excite
ment exiita through tho southern
poiintiesovtfr tl.U result, as Mr. 1!
bell has been most highly esteemed by
nil who luivo known Iilm.- Tho itse
hwJor?W" M "U f b,Mkm y his
vuy luarsnni ijiilcc iMoo
evening for St. Louis; alst
I'ortand J. It. Itichey, I3j
Goieruor Irehind In Mexico A ' Smug
gler Shot I'lno Hanges.In Mexico
nnd tho Southwest.
Special to tlio (jtmitie.
Laredo, September . Governor
Ireland, Senator Pfeufler and several
other gentlemen left on tho early train
this morning for Sattllto on a pleasure
trip. A telegram has been iccelved
since, slating that Governor Ma
dero and tho state olllcers of Conhulla
hnd left Saltlllo on u special train to
meet and recelvo the party. A united
States Holdlcr was arrested by the M!ex
ican authorities in New Laredo and
jailed this evening for being drunk
A Mexican, while trying to smug
gle somo goods from this slkc across
the river lust night, was shot through
the chest by the Mexican river guards.
He Is dangerously wounded, but still
alive. He, nor thoso who km W, will
not divulge his name.
The newly appointed collector in
-V-,... r ..wwl.i t.nu In1nrrl.i ,1,.1 fi'lim till.
City of Mexico that he would be In tho
former plaee next Saturday or Sunday.
Reports from tlio surrounding coun
try, both in Texas and Mexico, give
glowing accounts of the condition of
the ranges and stock.
To tJke Merchants of North
You can find right at your doors, PREratmt r
SAVED, at EASTERN pricosS 31
uompiote assortment of
Jiunes Slini'ei' Shot by Henry AValdon
Heath or a Child.
Sncclnl to tlio Onrottc.
Salado, . September 2D. In a
drunken frolic at Corn Hill, last
night, ten miles south of hero, Henry
Waldon shot Jas. Shafer. Tho ball
entered below tho right shoulder in
fiont and came out under tlio left
shoulder blade. AValdon, supposing
lie had killed his man, decamped. The
above facts were elicited from n gentle
man who got them direct from AVal
don. An old feud is supposed to be
the cause Shafer was a son of tlio
grange agent at Corn Hill. AValdon
shot ono of his own thumbs oil' the llrst
C. II. RunmlelFs little child died
yesterday evening of congestion, after
an illnebs or a few hours.
District Court Sentences The Case of
Deiimau and Wright Set for Trial.
Special to the Onottu.
Iiockhart, September 20. District
court is fctill In progress The grand
jury was discharged yesterday evening
after returning twenty-two bills, three
for felony and nine for misdemeanors.
The following parties have been con
victed, till for liordustealing: S. Ramon,
ten years in tho penitentiary; II.
Darby, seven years; Robln&ou, live
years; Henry Mills, ten years.
Tho trial of L. D. Denniun, for tho
murder of Rev. fc'ewcll, has been tot
for October -1th.
The several cas.es against the notori
ous Jim Pierce Wright have been &et
for next Tues lay.
Wo had a light shower this morn
ing, and more is indicated.
Deputy Slieriir Rogers Killed by an es
caped Negro Convict.
Hair the County Searching for the Mur
derer Wit h Dcgs.
.Special to tlio Qnzutta.
Palestine, September 29. Deputy
Sheritl John Rogers was shot and in
stantly killed this afternoon by Frank
Jackson, an escaped negro convict
whom ho was attempting to arrest on
tho outskirts of Palestine. A large
forcoot'mon and dogs are searching
tho county for Jackson, who escaped
after killing Rogers. Ho will be rid
dled with shot if caught. Half the
county is searching for him to-night.
Rogers leaves n large family, and was
one of the best and kindest ofiicoiR
Andeion county ever had.
I0TIM5 FUEI1IIS m
Boots, Shoes and Ha
At the Immense Establishment 0f,
P.S. We arQ strinrJV Whnlpc-nln o-nri cfj-xt. , .
Tntnt-ncfc lWT-1, " "C ' OUUU Yllffi,-
.wwiuura wi. luoioiiuuia tuny.
SattSS 3E-E. ell
IWWWWHI Ml m j1 'cM
o. w. aii.x.Esrarl
ami a full stock of
CEMENT, LIME, ETC.;
THE OLD STAND, CORNER HOUSTON AND SEVENTH STREETS. ESTHlTBRB
A TtdbJll. K. M. VnnZaudt. J. J. Jarvls. 17m
TIDBALL, VANZANDT & 0
TF'OIIT WOETH, rOTlXAS
( .v.,.,vin.nui LIUIUU. V
Tho Cotton Crop Iteccipls of Northern
Sheep and Texas Cattle.
Special to tho Gazette.
Albany, September 20. Owing to the
dry weather cotton has just com
menced corning in. Onlv 'four bales
received as yet, but wu expect to shin
about one thousand bales this year
The most of is is coming from
btepheiis county. Theio mono indh
cations of a ton erop.
Jluaine&s is booming. Just received
a car load of lino northern sheep to
day, arid one moiocarin tight. We
will lmvp a shipment of llfteen hun
drci head of cattle from Marlin next
week to this jilaco, aud more expected
from southern Texas shortly. Health
Itoom in Hulldint- and Hiisii.p.
A City .School Tax Proposed.
Special to tlm Gusoltd.
Lampasas, September 20. This has
oeen a tuiay dav in LimmiiBna Tm
nroyomonts look like they nro Increas-
eatl of lulling oIK Oeorgo T.
i)i a one turn siin.i mm i, ..... v.....
'done pver?l 1,000 to purchase cotton
with, besides other cotton buyers and
merchants Yesterday nnd to-day,
cotton receipts wero over 200 bales each
day. The wholes jlo business is in
ereasi ug here. Wo recei ve over 20,000
pounds of wool dally.
JIanv m'oniinrmt nil :.,,..,
f ,, . .....fc..v ,i.viiin CAIIIL5S
hemselves as belug In favor of lovv-
wiKiitmyiux ur support of our city
mid ut.if.1 ..i ..ii-.i.r. I
t...i,....."r "-:.""" "' inoi ....1. ....... .----v .".ti
" .nun iHin ot me counly, mid to. "uiiiirm hiiu .neeitaulcal CV
centlv retiiniflfi (Yn,r. ti,.. i . ..,,.. I Sipii i, n,iii...,,.
ox-position. Tlio woman ia to
wllo rX annuel CJoyle, wo
vv ?, n.tUo '"''Klil'liood where I e
Mexican has been ivlng, ;uul who
.h?0ft?,?w,,h n t i itorim s
&ii ,,i'f.?Iul h'VJ bHe " tho d"d jo
y.,1.11 ft ' ,v'i ilJ.V WItcr pott ng
bis eh d last night. IhiKered in tlm
city till morning, whfiinu onioor from
bp country urrewted him m hot
thief nnd took him to prsclnot o. a
Sjwcigi to eiie Dinette.
Hr.vaii. Scnli'jnl.ni. !) 'Pi.m ..,....
: I t ----- mrt t IIU Ul'IIilll 1
t wllVhiiVi bfl0i! W!U l,,rollttb, ' w,(-'h I EIIinnted Aycrago fold of Colton
-,.-,,.., ,,4 tt.L. till It'll I lft I ."MIMI'IU I in I11U t:nAl.v
An Alueoiiaiiig Merchant--Preparations
For Hosh Hashaiia Heaths for
Spcclnl to tho Clarotto.
Houston, .September 20. To-day J.
I .,. W V 1 1 k line. 1..... .......,.. v , '
goods busiue.-s under the riaino of his
mother, .Mrs. A. J. Levy, suddenly
left town, A lVw hours developed tho
fact that his HhuIIHHm wefo $8 on.)
mostly borrowed money, wlitlo'hls
assets will not amount to $1,500. Nine
attaoiiniBnts, to tlje amount of 81 000
have already been served on his place!
Tlio Juwish enmiiiimif v nm ,....1.1.. '
great preparations tor tlio celebration
Of the Jewish Xew Year next Monday
Tint mortuary report for tho wt-tk
ahows but six deaths.
Urlef Local and
Special to tho Gaottc
-.r?M.,lal,0.ro' Septomhor 29. Misses
ai,ine Adams and Annio Morrell, two
of Millford's most chnrining voung
ladies, are visiting Mrs. C. B. Triplet.
ttm. -A. Jackson, president of tho
Jlill county hind and live stock a'sso
ciatlon, left on this evening's train for
bt. Louis, where he expects to meet
his wife, who has been visiting rela
tives in Missouri.
Mefcsrs. Fox, Turner, rhillips and
Call went lo Clehnmn hv n. ,.--
land route to hear Rev. Henry Ward
Dr. Geo. Bond, "Cute" Carrawav,
U. I. Jordan, nnd our mayor, W. M.
lerrill, went down to Waco lo hear
Sixty-six bales of cotton wero re
ceived to-day: ptice 9 15 to 0 35. The
receipts for tho week nro o7o bale?.
Prof Edward Wise and Prof. Petit
are in the city with n view of establish
ing a Jirst-eiass academy and boarding
school. There is nothing that builds
up a town ao much as n lirst-class hl-jh
JInrry Jfristhum, after a week's sick
ness, shows his "phi." on the streets
Herb Sturgis arrived homo by tho
train this morning in answer to a tele
gram calling ht,n to hi3 esteemed
lather's bedside, who is very Jow with
a severe- spell of sicknets.
J.E1. Pfonts nt" Hn Iliilli.u Tr.r.i t..
doing the city. ' '
i Tm Uu, roofiS ou tlio Wul-ren
building is almost finished. The
work was done t.y Ruiley & gturgis.
Average Viehl of Cotton-So tyfl
Special to tho Gazette.
ton crop of Comanche eoua:jfc,J
ii vuiugu, .uiuul uuu IMUHU3 w tm
ton to the acre, and the lop troj.
nutted to be very nearly a (au
TO KANSAS CUT
A Itnilrouil Tallccil of from CoViii
A Colorado City special tobJ
sas uity Junes says: inei
n railroad from Colora Jo Ci'j&S
sas City via Huiiuowel-crlf
now being considered ay rori
There aro over 100,000 beevsjar
from this point annually, Ijei1
ton in great numbers.. WU
tho driving of thoisjnfi
,. .. t Hint sfrtis
tullll rsicuia hi .i. t
fattening on other tlinnTMW
iwiiiiif purrinii nil nvfti tiii':
lamest cattle men. If we Ml
road tlieso young catltecMHdyi
ii.ul llifon,.!, Oinrilu-SflVinl Hi
and tedious iSrlvta. ThisrSJ
tlio i-.rfn.niit rnnto WO!ll( ttVtM
haul nloue at least SfiOtniltJ.'wl
bly S00 to this vast cattle rJJ
would give to Kansas 8w;
enjoys. This road ".JfJ
Colorado the shii)i)hiSfJ1UiB
liimii-ncl Fn ".111 lil!!p SfiUtlMV
Tiie Bar Channcl-Iinprovcnieiits; on a
(lalveston, Soptemberl'O. Tho work
pf securing a channel acioss the bar is
to bo speedily rcsumod and bo
actively prosecuted during tho fayor
The sand-punipinjj attachment to
the government steamer Cynthia has
once more been placed in position.
TllO council crmimlt !,. tn vl,inl, -.,u
reterred the petition of Charles Fow
ler for a leaso of the submerged lands
0)D03ltu tho nnlvi&tnn .,.1,..,.1U ...111
j probably report Monday. There are
" ueveiopmemayet m Huntington's
Kglnin Point improvement scliemo.
Colonel Win. Fit, diaries McCarthy
formerly of Galveston .Ja repotted to
1,0 w enpaged in tho torpedo service
oi tlio Russinn government.
non Georgo Floumoy, ex-attoruev-genoralofTexasnnda
nent citizen of Galveston, but at pres
"''dng California us his home-,
vas to-night tendered tibanuuet utUie
S llotel y about fifty of tlio most
prondijentinen of Galveston. W. P.
i a linger presided and tho toasts were
Pni1 i".,ltl t0 ln tl10 "applet vein by
JCS .. . ?nioy'B former associates. Tlio
V llw 'ero kept up till a into hour
iiio-i T " ,aU' was votctl one of M"'
ntnr, ..-! ...itTi tiinn in in
cat, dim wuuiu """'" nm
Gulf, Colorado & S;tntftI;erfJ
ni-....i -,!... i....ln. nlt-ltfiV
wuuiuuu t.iiy, "-if"j .' ZSm
connection wmi u.t
Citv. Thccattlo mencnwfl
ana tho business mei) of jf5
fully alive to the mmfl
uivo iu uiu ""l.""'
and nro ready WJr
in pushing itw?mji
Both cities will bo
ntioj, ami mo souim -rm
taken up tho better for al"5W
Colorado City isperliapJ 3M
city of its ago iu the wiia
timated that our cdtiM
?1 -',000,000, this being '"Si
residing place of the (
of Texas and ColowJ",'?'
tbri". vcars old. and h?nl
rangirig between iff,?lliU''
nnuitanis. toe ui"".,. '
would insure the l"Ka
others, thereby ma,1".
great railroad as well 'fTu,
Our citizens would med
of yours for the pWPeJW
tills mutter at any U?,L
will dp.-dffiiate. and 1 lh ,
Btioh u conference w1 pM
,i... v.-,.i..i rialft
iuu fli"- .;
Philadelphia, Seftt 4
inh wns suiireseo .'Jfi;
W T. ,- --.- ,, , .l..B,IIL L W". J
quired by the Va ; "V,s
i .Mtfthnan ii i -
'.v.. ru.-i . r ww'
the holders of first &?. -PennsylvaiilaaS
now said tliese wa
d tho nlliiir was voted one of tu oqiml voting lm p
LlBEKTr HILL. " r.&m&L
prospeckforn top crop.
inn iiKfrir.t ,,;, ...... ...
Monday; " v ' v ,u a,,J0"ra
w' " imnureu and l fty unnHca.
U ma lov tiduilsf bu have been w "tvd
IlroiVllM-ond. Siiilnii-ihfi "0.i.fPlitt
cotton erop of this county will average
not more than 7-W iioundB of seul cot
ton to the aeie, which Is tho top esti
mate. On ncQJUtil of extremely dry
-JaUior-Rr-linM- Itcen put short, one-
i i. ' ov 0Ycr tf wt'ttt was inado last
iiUSlillTV JIILL. I 52i.ow.iwi w. v"
noes Jim tojn ",, i)a3 air
WO.OllOof stock oub'fU
"f'11,7T,, Cotton Crop Half Jlnrkotcd.
i,a ""L ...!fpr. -wo
tlin lire Li" jouu ,,u s moiuu.
of th,w J "w Juh ',th About half
beer nmr. ?? ? flf tJlia ilm h''3
crap markKci1 J "0 prospects for a top
fccaool election hero yesterday.
..iimi in crfiiit .-- . ji ii
"" , im.Vnra llff IaH
next annual me " $tt
ret'tot m B? ,v V.Ti's.
ver?o to tin
H tiglianiptou. X. Y Ser
toit; ie?i",..uw,!l women voted at the
r. ... T.'iohl 6X"?j
Lieuteuaut ,0'&Ws WJ