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Tin; I run ''f.Y r.n,MV, 7 ' f I', I I'M 'II tlel.t. I: UBf Subicnbeis. We l.o to a l.i:eanoai.t i ' !Ub"C!ii'i ! sr la r rra:, Wr nr n ni'UK'y ! j,ajr lor .ur ten puis unl I'CK I'rfs,, .i ve want Ull h'-t! ilibim te rrmt u a' fiKVt 'il.iHrraM U now ulj $1.59 ji r yar, M.d. v. "tk.r.11 t in- mUii'llum t re nilt atone. ITiMO. Tbk fcKBAin hsvra Dallas for Fort vYorih ei ! ii.i n.ii.rf ooVcolt cu U)0pP!iIT3na A Pacltlo Railroad eoairnry'a tn.ln, run l-y aald com pany for iho i-xprfta Juiro"a of car tying ti e J).i!iai morning ildil.m fct heir Jolut and equal expeuu). Thus TnulURALr. wilt U fauna on II traiua leivlcg Fort Worth fur their ri m ccUvo directions, end at ail etatlons along the rouws. Let u hero-.fter have fewer frame pulldlnRS and more ol brluk and mer tor, en) elally la tho bssmeiis section oftbeae allies. . Ix FiiAXft Hero's Scale they are formiug froe trade leagues la every city aud tow:-. Tho movement Is gn- tint) a boom thruUKbnut the country. It ia to bo boutd tost tbo next Cas gres willinavt nDtUirnil ban!.rrpl act. Tbo attachment 'awe and some other;', In ctsrt.tn B &tia, tto but the novorM for Juet o much itijuatlce, wrong and fraud. Savannah In 1S2-:), JliaritBton iu 1S3S, md Galvtnton In 18S3, should be 41anlt-rr warn ini'B airaloat wooden structures. In lance citleo. Unlos care be Won, Dalles may add another to tbe long f.nd fruitful list. Jiik Great Eastern teouis to be or ever in lnt water an veil as In deep. Ti.r. fiir'.fit!im would bsve dene hotter hfmi.i!r.td Ltr to come overto theexpofitlon let winter, and tuns thev oonld bitve saved thr.t indictment for $5,000. ' f t The crown prince, RtJDOi.rn, end tol8frouBreeugedlJi a muoi bettor work In perticrolly editing the history Of thegluiies of Austria, tbftu if busied In stirring up stiifo wltb some of their neighbors, an ia toooftenthe case with crowned beada. Sib John MacDonald did tbe worli onTiiir, the hoe ei:d cry ol tbo netero- gensous of a people on tho verge of .ti.tln.i. '1'hb f.onncsi eriuiB ui high treason lu a. eordLce with t'.ie erdlct oftuo laif dr.zen men, ban heen cxplattd.. Ncw,Ut ussee wbelher the New York HiTKld'o predictions if ledriota will "uo realized or nut. It waslLdeed a rink, but Sib John as vumed It. Mb. Henbt Exali, of Ltropasns, gays he Is not conoidnte lor any pub Ho offloe. Mb. Exall is a young man OTim fall or energy and IntelllKOiico. . . . . off nlnmr.nta hn adda a Braotloul kaowiedge of mon and evenle, a most gemai naiur. ana aterllEK lnugrlty. H.9 Jinowa lexae thoroughly and lovea her devotedly. Familiar wlta her laws and policies, he ouaht to bo eentat least to the Leg islature. ' . ' Thb Milwaakee & Bt. Paul Bail way nmnanv. and the Chloago & North Ttailnrav eomaanT h&ve acorcd of late a most extraordinary .r-.::r 'r.f Rnt earnliis". TM Is greatest part accented for by the im- menso volume of baainesi transacted at St. Panl and Mlnneapoue, more especially in wheat and flour. The tory of all this can be repeated here In Texas, at Dallas and j; or worm, for onr railway companies. Grain warehoaies, flsarlng mills and eottoa factories will do the weik, If we wilt but kaackle dowa to business. atxktttton isdireoted to an inter .io .nnMrlni io this morning's Issue had with CouNsi. James B. Simpson la regard to the inestimable oenents w -,ri, from the due construction ottbe Trunk Liue railroad. His views upon tho organization of a land and lumber cetlon with the road are worthy the most careful considera tion. To the capitalist no nner or ..r antiv.itlntr DroBPectfor Immense yield to au inveitment presents itself ,. . i I .IT .1 than lies In tne.aireenou iuuiv'h. rtkton bad that the money is not here with onr own people to realiae what Oowkbl Simpson so grepmeauy, ana In a business-like manner, shows is lh store for somebody. ionr,thnr column will be found a ihosticterenting and icatruotlve inter view with HON. CHABI.B8 BTBWABT, : r rrnnatnn - Tt will be seen that he not merely takes a highly hopefal view of the future of Sabine Pass a itrti ni'.f with deea water, but believek I,, i. ti cnminr aeaDorb' CoLONBii Stbwabt has made this great problem a thorough study,, and in tnis inter view be demonstrates by faets and itv.r-irti!utire , familiarity with all ins rsqaiHl'.o daU connected with tbo SaWrra Tiis bar, etc The strongeet point taade in favor of that plaoe for deep water prospeots Is that the bar, bolcg entirely ol mud, can be, in tbe flrat plaeo, moat readily removed, and In tbo teoontl, when once removed, raoiit economically malntalnsd at a mlaimum of expene, as ample scour ing power ia furcished by tbe ebb and flow of the tide from the gulf. Independently of thh it ap pears that tbe surrounding bao country is irich for the production of cotton, vegetables, frnlts, etc, and tht it la remarkably healthful. Colonei. Ctbwai.t gi-es into details to anbstan tenia vlfWB. Next year theqaes - tf f-rr---!"i for Eonthern har , . , p-jirnt ().i.vi:.s:om Uai.vi KroM, Nnv. I7.-Iprll.) Ti " wrl of f !.) I ' it I it nirni ti ti'ii lt- ic i.i.ti'y rn. Ci.u irP'Ull.ina ouii'liine i airive from T. ai l ll'it K.k'. an l lb N 'lib. I'p to tU. xiti.( ITilf.13 bav bum Kiit.forP. d. !.'., U tl whit lixlxeu paid In, am! I JO.tOJ Cf ' paid ut to 4S3applim.iiia. The 4 ft ii. I lU..', aud tL rtlirl i tln'j n ujp ;iry, an tin y vry Ibli.giaoJ u-iriy evrrylmdy a-u-'UB tti"tu l ait i'.;ioii fur fur. tlinr r!ii I. la uddUiuu t ih! tbe roli.f ciiniiiltU) (r iiidivldu"! inui'boM ol auir) r .1 i..t ii,lnlou tnHi tli : rti oiioiiH tlma t..r pti-d up-n y tun t'tunuiirrn rxprmiHiit aMMiiP1 liliiK over ikif ii' liiatuikl nnuilxrl Imin Hi, . 'In. l l, orlivo aliiuulv ai-pHd lo uiMi.t'T-. ot llm eomiunt . N ) t-lmlHcd llxt tif tu u:ul nuuibfr I aulprrm ban yt ltu pp'fan'd. Vi rt'llt toi iniuitue pnijHe to t rie i, ro ni' O a aiatouiuiit, t ir tbo puit Uev klvit.K llnur entlm tune to txiuinl'.u ...Uoiit and tupjlylng luiim dia' ami real'iK watil", "' a rn'lriu Iiouhah, and im'illi:g iniiiilifH ititrHiii, and luritinliina' ll.i III llddlUK COOklllK litfllnllj, 't' - T..i.w.rK will neeuuy nwrl il)'. Yii'., wliwn iii"iurt lor uiorii pi-rman. ntitlit-l will Im iiiuil.terd and pu lulu oufrallou by tbo oemmltia. A'dOiiit tlm vluttiusara alioul 2M ool oinl laiidllK-', who wits buri" d out durlUK tti'itlrst hour of ibe lire ana u..ri.r Hih rxoulrt rvallaed wba'. a treat roi.ll.graiiuu waa oil trie oily. TUtan COioren .M)p'a iivnu Avenuea li, C and 1, and along alley wavN Ufttvren tin so avenue. A iiiutLliur ol tbe relief oouimiu, hohaabon auimt the enlond mil -lorora. to-ninht: "Thy aved prontically noihlnic- Ueooinliig paulo h.ilokou, ihey rushed out cif the burn In ImiiBf. and a crest many colored oiillilioii bad bur. a IhkIo gtnuuut aaved." OEhKUOVH roSTBIUITTIONS. AmoiiK Him lar&e oiiutrlnutmna re ot lved t-dv troi-i atiroa-l w xFutto It. iV II. Bin in tor tno tioiK-rlt f tj rull"r.rH tmni olilaouH M flu York, remitted by ilyinn, Blum of 'iir. eitv. who id ri-mltted 1,800, In veewti olNtrntfli, tor H.roifl-!-bKrliy trim oinr o'lirmn nml inrilrldijala rVn-til'lirf 1 Nw York. 4 L..t..t C't ftUI h.d hriilli 1-MOf.iVri.tnAlclnir t7 aiill lrom N.w Y'orl t!ty llm, tiir.tr- ri-pMr.tv ii mi t ni,.w iiiui .hopsio. (1 .ulil aid It it nt. ruton. TKi.i:a::AMS of aid and sympathy. I i. loiliiwlui; ar.i auioiiR inn tele ftrati.a reoolved t; liiyi l Hp Yorit, Nov. 9. T j bon. unr'l',ulUj, Mj.vo : , . Wo will do all In eur power to aitlst you. Colmul O'blllroo iDBlati oa act ive opt-rKtiuES. AUnodl A. Frnox. Airtvorof PRtuburjr. Ponr-syiVHiili. ftua fff.m tbe above inut tUe riiv'r .f I'tUBhurKli, whoso uainn In aim F.ilt.iti, was on a visit to New YVrk C -ty with the redouhtanle Colonel Onblltre. The tollowla ren'y wa sunt: "Galveston, Nov. 17. Mnyor A. Fulton or Colonel Thomas P. Och llruei In tbo name of our till utfd city, I lli.rL. ....ii l..f lrln1 iirntAHilinnHnt RVIll- pnthy and your protninHd aid to sudor- rs by Ilia Into tire. Ttte diftreuM In Oalveaton in by far greator thau we at 11 rut apprrbend"d. rsiuodl It. Li, Fclton. Mayor. New Orieaus, Nov. 17,-To Mayor Fulton : H ivo yon siifliiilent fuucls lor reiui ot y. ur Hufft-rprH, r would aid from the rummers of this exchange be ao ceptaole? . Preeldeut New OrleMia Produce Es- Kn'niias City, Nov. 17 Mayor rf Galveston: Our poiplt ar aruUMid. Im thor anything Ue needed txopt money T Answer. SigUOdJ JOnN W.M.OOKB, Mivori Paris. Tcx.,Nov. 17.-To Mayor Full, n: PHrla is raisin funds to eld your nedy, aud yon may expect a j.ood tarn. ISignedl II. W. LiIoiitfoot, JohnMaiwin, Committee. Tbo following was received from tho mayor of Philadelphia " .ii i Vmi urn lif robv iiutliorlzed to draw onDrexel&On. lor JlflOO. We desire you to wire a full stotament of the facts about the exdot sltna ion oftiflAtrs. Will write you at iengtn. Stoned, Wim-iam B. Smith, Mayor of Pniladelphio. This elielted the following rsnons: GalveRton Nov. 17,-To Hon. VYHliam T. Bmlth, Mayor Philadelphia: Galveston returuB to the City of Brotherly Love, through its honored ofllolsl bead, Us most grate ful and bertlpH thsnks tor your nnnamna - contribution to the b Nosfaadard tsbolRted atatement of faota ia regard b.UU irtVOU bvuhjiuv". - - - j to losnes -nas oeu jo isiu upon. Estimates vary from 2, 000,000 to 13,000,000, but. all agree now. X believe that the estimates first formulated and sent out of the de struction occasioned by the lire were eruelly short of facts now established. Many hundreds ot m ni. htA .H onlnrArl. manv of whom were in middling elroum- Btances, saust neoessariiy itww tance, tbe extent of which, in the ag sreuate. it is impossible for me to fairly estimate. ISiensdl It. Ai. n bltos, muyur. the following correspondence took plaoe to-night between Mayor Falton and the managing editor ol tbe Boston Globe: Boston, Nov. 17,-To Hon. B. L. Fulton, Mayor of Galveiton: A , , Please do me the favor to explain statement made at tho 'meeting yusterday that you did not ; . eigu telearam received by na-"AHlu- ent oan care for trie poor" sens night of the nre. ti not jour sittuatnrs when received, aud was nrt nte aiiHwer To-nlKbt, A. A. Fowmbb, irtLi. aKii.iau4 Via fnliiurinrr rAnlV! Ga veston.NOT.17 To A. A.Fowlr,Ed Jt or Boston uiuue; . . , , , ' . Hiving received a painful Injury by a fall from a nre angina in Hotji-.i.-ir, in rilrafttlnir ' .ne fire , dfl- nartmnnt . at the nre. ' I was not nnysioaiiy o" to the answering ot your kind mes. . Am,, aunt. Having reotuvmi it at. mv house, . 1 sent 1 Ina ,11 Ln DUH1I1HSM part cf the oity with the request that tnnv. after consultation with the ai,ur . immmittM. answer it as they thought Del. - wueii i taw li the uaiyesion ni i n , I, n Blatnrtltnnt 111 that nr&i iuuiuiuh . " . - - - dispatoUthatvbe "afllnont of Galves- ton oontu earn iur ivo u nnr:lrf not do . rtberwlbe with the contrary views I entertained,, than a&nd you another rnessaire, tbongh pronriwtv loroaae . aat j. - at that time, entirely- j.ibpu diale the one sen Dy ithars In my namo.- n"'"" an - nn ortunate omuuw our effliotod ,clty, as n?"J bundrrda of . ' Nmillcs, . white nd eolorefl, may buii m"j . nntaan this oXDiauation may In a measure eounlerjct it. fSlcneoi it. i rui.'i'" munleations received by Mayor nat ion was the fellowlngl . Waco, Nov. li.-Hon. B. I rnltons Eoiiioeed ttnd checa tor o0, whlob amount was raided by an entertain ment aiven bv local talent for the bon- elit of the Wsoo LtRht lniantry, bat that rnniav,iou auij for it to l ntor r'f Galv ' T J, ii'd hi ilul d I'" kn 'i.f liol ii. ii in i , MMtr, ll'illii' t liifftiwl, lit Si .... i , ''h, Iiiji iiia,i An'ipi ii r t in pai lit. I', In n" y we ran a .m yiu., ea'l w. im fii" ly." M aaalli.aal h all -a AfTiar. Ciihaiio, Nov. 17 Mm N t'cnnl b iUl,n Ciaik atrtnt, waa Iho s'rnanf a vnrv annas I inal all ""'.lurf alfray a'i'ill' V o'oloek tl la iiinrnlug. KJward (Jut vn, a younj: J'encliman, waa shot twk'M aud dang) nuaiy wnuodnd by A'l'lne Puv.it, bis ui!ilrH, finin .uui l lal suparitrd a (o'.r ds ago. Q'luvit . bd i. nl ' bt. n In Ibis viuiit?y a f- w nii.i.tna, and a taliur bv irartr, lln int.i Aaiie Iurii ki.oa H.br iila ar i vsl. Whi n le Ji-'t fw d aK" a'.H inlliiw.d t-U new ilMa and ilin a ei'nl o kl.l 1 : in It ha didn't r liirn to her. Lau evt-iiliig i'hn calltd I inn hrtfil aid r-ti v tr"l and touk nrHklaM at 7 o'ciiuck. When hn lu iiinifd lo bia rot.m hlli-r Ma .reRl.ist to g-t his hin, kiiu wat t'oneealed Ui l.ii d tl." door. As kiMin as he eniHrl, sin, iti at! a an nxolaiuutluii In Fr.'no'., titij aleppliiK 1"'" lb in Id. i in (,I the room, tired two aUta at llm you u tH"r. Aa aho Wh alx.lit lo aliont baln, be ursppleit with h-r, tlnt.w ir on a iruuk and vianc'icd the rtv.lvi-r trim her. Q iv.vit Ulnio'l (roiu liwacf hlood, anil no aouiiiii, v. lli a ahrti If, grab'K d fur he weH'K.u kualn inl would liavA lirrd skoIii tut lor it.n inti rt.irct i-oof Icelander. AO oinoer waa oat ru -"n tin, wotnau plcd under rr-t. I).-, llrvdi'n was kuiiituiiiikd, and b found tbe ball bad entered lb top i.f li lovltV bead and travrried tbo skull. The vt.uutl is a bad one. Ilanlaon. DKMiaoN, Nov. 17. ISpenlal. Tbero are already several cuncldatss In the field lor tbeeffloeof city secretary In pltreof K. P. Diake, who was burled ytstxrday. There will uudnubtrdly be four or five candidate, but It Is ibnuRhtex-Clty Kocn-tary E F. Rido !,g will boehusKit. Iloia diiaol llm moat efflolnnt t AIiiIuIh in that oapanity the oily ever htl, aiid If be desirea the l.lanti im will ui'doumeilly get it. M, II. Bhorbiirne, tho i.ldeat boot and cIh.h niau In Unilwn, la ureparlng to i re upy laruer and nwndeomer qunriers atiniithi lii. ol next mon'b. When mortd be will huvo tho flaestshue aiore In N 'riu Texan. 'i hiolrttit daughter of W. T. Mope, aireil U tetira, d.ed yenturday from 1i hiimil i, and as buried lo-day lu Kalrview oemntery. A. Kllglit eb wer fell to-day, bnt r-onrc.-y enough to lay ihi dust. IUlu Im veiy muoli nee. d r.ow. C 'tinii a 111 cninuii in and meou with roady sale. 'Jh UenikOn fnltcn company's gin ia constantly runnlnp, and ia tumlnu out a large amount ol i xo-Jlent cotton. If owe. Ilowu, Nov. 17. Spcolol. A er rlouN cutting ndray tool-, placo here thlci morning, in the eleeplng oar occu pied by tbo bridge gang of tho Central road between two ueu named Mo C ergo and CoHer, in which Colter was stubbed six tlixts, three of tbo cuts golrg to tbe hollow. The fuss started over a snow Ibat feil lat winter. Mo Cargo said It fell one day and Colter said it loll another. The dispute was At lust nettled by a krile. Colter has hut a small chance to recover. Mc Cargo has plenty cf time to think the nmuer over in tue county Jail at Sher man. Grain shipment h have been quite lively lor tne pBt few days. I bis eeottou la enj ylng line weather now, whion the formers are taking adrt.nl bko of by gathering their corn end cotton. a i ua Juittce Mlllrr Deoldca ilcalnst ' tbe Brlchton Company. Omaha, Nov. 17. The deoislon of Justice Miller, of the TJn!tod States su preme oourt, In tk Brighton ranch o.o, hno Just been reuuived here. Ir. eufct ilns tue mandatory injunction of tbe United States diutriot court for tbe Dresent and luture. The Brlahton company had fenced 52.000 aoresol gov ernment land in Culler county, with 57 miles of wire f noe. Proceedings wero begun some time ago to com pm tbe company to remove the fonoo, and they tot. Bht desperately, carrying the case to the eupromo oourt, lu whion they have beeu derested. justice Hau ler's deoislon settles all doubtful points in question of fenoing the pub lo do main, and this case will be used aa a precedent In similar suits wherever they sre brought. The Brighton com pany will have to Immediately remove the fenoe. Catholle Protectorate Burned, St. Louis, Nov. 17. The Oathollo Protectorate, atGlencoe, Missouri, 26 miles from this oity burned last night. There were nine Christian brotbera and 85 boys in tho bullding.all of whom escaped. Two boys and one brother, who re mained in the building too long, fomnd tho stairway burning and Jumped from the third story. Tbe brother was hsdly hnrt. Loss, 160,000; insnranse, J6,000. . , BWSINKBS BCOOXT. firr Good Dealer Aniens. Galvbston, Nov. 17. 8peoial. N. Arnold, retail dry goods , dealer, assigned to Lon Blum to day tnr tho. bentlt of acceotingr creditor" only. The liabilities are hnnr. soitiu annus neariv azo.uuu. nominally, but It Is thonstht thev will not reaoh more than f 16,000 or $18,000. Invitation to Sine. ' ' aihtandria. Va.. Nov. ' 17. Gover nor Elvret Dean aud Major Cortland H. Smith have asoemea an invitation to meet Governor Hill, ol New- York, . J : t a, lh. TTnlnT. club, the last week in this month or tbo nrS weeK in ueseuiuor. , -:.'.. ;; ' Baalahnrst Devastated by Fire. Nbw Orlbans,Nov. 17. The busi ness portion of the town of Hazlehnrst, Mississippi, was destroyed by fire last nignt. .The loss Is estimated at (100,000: insurance small. . ',' Badly Wantci. ' The offleers yesterday evening were looking for a frail tree agent who calls himself W. O. Williams and claims to represent Hike's nursery, county of West Ohester.Penoaylvsnia. Complaint hud been made that Wil liams had swindled various parting. WlHi-inis had taken an order from Mr. Will Cuilom, ot the tax collector' cflloe, lor six prune trees at fl 26 . niene. He is said to have gone lo Johnson's nursery and bought six peach treis ate cenM a piece, wnicu ne turned over to Mr.- Cullom aa the i - u,AN.nnl.hrArl nrnnA trpfl. Various others are said to have Buf fered In the same way. - . , -. " V f '-: Tyler.. 'tyibb. Nov. 17.-tSpeola'.-Messrs. Barge and McChesny, of Canton, and Bnn.tnr fl. B. Kllaore. of Wills Point, and Mr.Geer.of Marshall, are In the el'y In attendance upon the supreme TOAr,nnmber of eotton buyers from ueliihboring cities were buying In our oinraet yeaieraay """',".. waion periou tk .vw ---- were sold here at good prleea. H j Wh the Wiraaaa M Hemse . .. ; a 1 1 7 ' V '. CUIi. 1 1' A ... THE METHODIST O JNFtfllNCE A HI Hay's W.ira ht tlia I'oatarani ai.il aa aiJaurnmael Uli-Kutl LIU ar Apallt"ili--I''"l 1'raaa. irla( at the lluav l-lltla t'llyOltir Nawi Comi.ii'ANA, Nov, 17. Seflal. Ciit'nenoe iiiat purauant to ad.)uro mo in. lliahop Mi'Tyelro prKkMIn. ICn JUIoua seivlons cJiidueled by 1VV, W. T. Meliiuan. The ioiurnliK Mcrd eiipolnud 10 0'iiltit Ibathlin hn'ni; lor laymen a lid sin'o id bal:nt lor clirinl iueiiib pr -ent4 Ihulr rpit, whloli waa uoiiiii f d aa followat at Clerical Drl antta J. Fred Cox. II Rlnbop, J. T. L. Aunls, E. le Arm atrong. Lay lVligte UiM'.eral T. Jester, J. M. L ine and J. 1C. Lino. The I. yinen doutdtd to eliot alt ..... K u ..Iur... tl r vrllM. au lllil ii I l.e uleriunl i:oll"i'.t. '( Ii" 1 iv n'hiruatca .1 M. a.j. ( VI ir.....u.l ., f.t.n , mi.. v.-w..-- , T. W. Jliilltuawo.'tb anu Uttoign Peu- W..nrih hutlnl. i-lcrli' ..I. rrhiiltfd . I.V .'"VIJ I, 'II ! ... ... iJ..i.'M S.ui P. WriKht and H.C. Armalroug 3a ' ..(..u v' d. n't... ......a. ..r Ihu l'l.ll K.uaI 1 ll-. II'I'VI" .,1 .,..". w . flnaiH-c, pundlu4 when the time for aieu:lou in uuieauuta oiu up. wn m .iiii eil, and that r:. f the report p. r- IOIU1UH IV IUU ii n u . i . i ' .. v u. " - il.nial iui.it f.,rde.i iti-sto thegeuoral . ........ l I..: I UiU!lfi'iii:c, lui rji- .inn... . of publlratlmi, wa.a read and adopted utur; x man, .iiiiuh w u" wwm- fdieuoo from thu Methodist. Epitoopal church for ro .ignition of orders as an elder, being duly recommended, waa rnouisea. (iiistii.nl, "V h are adtr.ptid oi trl n Into ra.Viill'iMT o ium.otiOii?" Wai rallml. Einuinlte Hiuhtotaar, Iron Cleburne sta'ion, William B. Fjrd Horn MIuoi hI Weill kUtt'iu, and Thorn -a 1 . . .. (., r...,.fl ul.Mnn. hi. pa ' - v ....... liia reomnmende l by ikalr respaotlve quarterly iMiiiinfMu.., unv.un paa'iul an appioved exouilimtlon, weie adiiittiMi. Q'teaiioit 6, "Wlifi'nro readmlttcdT" was called, and U. M. Ett w.min, ree ouiineiidiut by quarterly o'lnfeionoee ot Con terv li e rli onl", Wtmt horford dln trint, wan Drrsented, but was not read mitted, li. tt. liiy, leomrnendcd by tin, quvriorly tvmleronoo of tho l.'oriikiucbe clri'Ull,llro ti wo'.(l district, wiih raadmitted. Leonid.ui Laotz wan l.'o.itou at his own r aims'. The H. oretary of liic- Hoard of church txl.inMon read tho report, which whs adopted. A paper looking to tbo missionary wurk und aiikiurt hdilHi'inul bclo from the f.irulu board, was rotorrod to oou lerem:e miSrlon board. The btvird of mta ;i"ns r.'ftd a part of .I..!- thu ll.irlr..rf blj.il w nn"r.io,.i t . ..... with anjouuteulluiatud for the support ...t 1 f..,lln nA rlnntctatit. r.hf the comiug year. The board ol eduoittion presented their report, which was read by G. S. Wvalt. Ponding tho ndootlon rf the report, Dr. John W. Heidt addressed the ooulereuce. A iiioilou that when tho meeting sdl'iurued, it adjourn to meet at 8 o'clock, was carried. Thn timn of thw Beeelun was exteuded Imli tiultflv to allow l)r. Heldt to nniHn ins aourena, ai ulmiuiuuiu, m" report of tbe boaid ol education was ...... .i . . . . . t..t., tUa HII..I11I3U. ' - The onnferenoe adjourned to meet tun uikurii'iuu. iffviiKAnv lf t:m. IV. bishop lu tbo chair: religletii services eunouutea ny rwv. u. nim, l no report of ilia committees on books aud periodicals was read and edoptorl. An address was men maue ny ur, . X! II. I a.lll, r.f t ha n'STHU fthrlR- tUn Advoo'atis in relation to religious pi.niuuoii aiiu ma un ii Tue report ol Hie ooraunttee on eon rn,,A vc.t,itift:.u wan riAHrl. nnd that Prt lu reierenno t3 suporiiuuierarles WHS aUOPtaU, UIJU auunaiu ma whole. ' C. U. Ellis askod a lotttlou, which was grautod. - ' . Tbo report of tito commttlee on the . . . . . . A . U ..I, . (. n.na r.vuBnntf.,1 a Tl ,1 Hl-tll-t, Ul UIWJ,li.'M'U . ....... re.rl ty w. D. R 'bluson, and adopted. ino ropurtui iuauuuiuiiKovu uuu I'i.a nmu.lttv, temiieranco road a .n.h Urhtnll WID ILlifin Hli. day eohools was read unri adopted. A resolution iroui uwiiMiuuuuB- 1.1a. n .T. l-a Ao,li turvti.l-. atAUrurii ftn t-.., m.r.manf.pr (if tho district con- ioreuce, prevailed. A motion waa inuuo auu unrcieu umi .. .... ..(.Daattiniit V... marto nn tllA Joint board of finance, of oburah exten sion, board ot aaiadiona auu uua.ru ui education, for tbe necessary funds to pubJiah the minutes of this conference, tmd that tbe secrotary ot tbe oonfer ense draw on the absve for that pur one. , The following Tficltstion was nnenl mously adopted: Itasotvea, nrst, imt tuia ouuiimouot . It. t thnnlra tn thn nlti- lUIIUOl. m biuuu.v t - " zens of Coraloana and viainlty for the snoat nospuaaie manner, wivu tuiiuu they have entertained as, and that we lT naw Until m vlah.ia,. hanArllnMnnit upon them in a graelons revival dur ing tne incoanna; year. Resolved, second, That we tender nnw. ih.nlj. y. ,.h varlona AhnrohAB for the courtesy extended us in the wse ol tueir nouses 01 wiirumip, mm i"j cinA mav alvft thnna nrnanArttv in all things nertalnlng tc. the good of man and glory of God. Tbe fallowing was offered and Whkrbas, The nonferencehas beeu so kindly aud elegantly entertained, and whi-reaa 'we It el that this is largely due to tb thoujihtlul method and kindness of Brother W. H. i . . .' . 1 . ltasoived, That we tender our nn f eluned thanks to th'S good brother. min kl.hMn than Mill t ho tnllnwlnff appointments and adjourned tbe ses sion OI ne oonierouue. nvAMnmaif TlTBTnTOT. Georgetown Dlstrlot Jnmes Maoke y Georeetown Station W. G. Conner. Belton Station W. L. Nelms. -, , . i . . .iHn.i, W W k'lVnfl. Round Rock and Taylor Jerome naroieon. . : , TempleOircuIt A. P.Taylor. Corn HillSam Morris. Sdurar Loaf W. I Harris. . Liberty Hill-J. . TunneU. Biladc G. W. Graves. . , Oenvlllo J. Die. Bertrem Circuit M. L. Holenbeok Burnet A. P. Smith. m LmpsHse Circuit W.T. Melngen. Burnett Circuit A. P. Smith. WAXABACHIK niSIBIOT. R. O. Armstrong, Presiding Ehwiy irA..u.nhti.RiHilimM. K. T.lttlo. - Waxahaobie Circuit B. M. Steill- i . , n 4 1 ... v. T tfrnri CnT.' Sims and Glenwocd C. 8. McCax- T Lancaster Circuit-, W. Owens. 1 Wes ey and RiihSam W. Weaver. Fied Oak W. W. Henderson. . Keagor E. M. Sweet. , Irene N. A. Keen. .- '.' " Italy-C O. Shutt. " ' t , . R ooc-Cha'tleld-J. S, Davis. , : ' Waxahnchie Mission J. A. Walkup. Eunla Clrcnlt-8. B Ellis. jroBT WORTH DISTRICT. w. R. D. Sieokton, Presiding Elder. Fnrt Worth Hiation A. A. Allison. Fort Worth Clront E. Hlghtower. Arlington J. 8. Frank. , Vlllaae Creek-M. I Moody. Maryatown Circuit R H.Adair., Cieburre E H, Dirkey. . . ' Noland'e River J W .Sanaom. .. Alvarado W. b. 1 Fovre. Grandview C. M. Winbourne. ., Itaaoa W. E. Caoerton. . ... . , Hlllsboro C. 8. Field. ... hhott G. S. vVyaiU -k ii"v B. S. I or -etf. . . .. .(- ' , ' H',,..l'! M H , U.U , l)i. i'.n I'lreel H.C I r.i.m 1', J.,1 k.l,rf. . K A, t,l''i, M ii ii a. r, j ii. ' i' U .1 vlile t .iici. I . ,., , iimi!I, Mil in g-rliivi in - 1', i" H. mi n hi. ,i-. n l"iui -J I', !Ii.i. . i.- r ti n -.ui. Cr.iwf.rd a'nt VI'"V ViHa T. V. blae',,,,1, iiiiirm-w'. v.. w....ttji.i. lli.nami Crf h 1.. li. 'IVitili'i', U'.i.svll.. Mm-lit .1 "V. ..luill Cuiiifrv. l.i- itv CI', nl' L. 1!. li.vou. Irtilull aiiJ Ilirtou'a Cffll J. R. Hte'lr, otiAtinuaY nisriiirT. K. A. ltallv, I'.n.tdie.! Kltler. Granbarv hi itloi: - Jl, KolllniOII. t'. v -J. ii. P.lllll .1.. Kiatl-i d J. J. I).. . S rn-n li I'. Co'-i,a. H ei kenrl.ilrt ( C. S'r .iiik. LI pa C'rou" J. KUaiuti. jV..! ! I'i :iti.-W. l' C.r .vra. PlilX J. J. H..r. lei. It lli .V. Hal!. Tlirin.-u i ton '. A. ti ir.lliisr. Aft .i Ma'Iuii t'l'l-. i '. iim'Iii. rhk A. l' nb'. D.'Li) fl. M. A'i.ii-oii. IIIIOWS'WOOU PlsTnlHT. J. K. L'lvve, Cfrii'iinK Elder, t'otiiaiiclio and Br wn"o t 0. W. Daniel. '(,l' mn 'ehn F. Nasi. In.Jl.i:i U ek-U II Ozwult. U hiimi Ciruult It. K. Kiiymoud. liiimiit i Ciroul' W. V. Joites. B. Ho. J. I!. Hv fc!.s. F k -u Jlmlou W. II. Gilliland. Wtllt.i a' K-t'o'li K' W. 'Veliborno. Cimto Clr. Danlul Morgan. Bib Muwion (.orH V l'alr. Thrllty Mt nloi J. C. S. lUlrd. Ccpjwiraa ftove M. 8 J ihnuon. Aiin.ENK maraicr. J. T. L. Anuia, I'is-niiIiiik Elder. Atilluiio Htitlon J. A. Hydor. Hwetwnler W, M. Glns. Buir do Gnn B. A. TnomAeaoii. Colorado II. B. Hnnrv. Little Gap D. C. Starke. Alhuny I. U. Wallace. CnddO Pealc-J. B. Wot.d. Auaon J. H. Wlaenisn. WBATHKRFOItn P1HTR1CT. C. U. JCilia, Pmsldlug Kl lur. Wi.atherford Hiation M. II. Wrll. Weatherford Ctroiilt B. F. Steve.s. Caatroville E W. Slniinona. 8-wlngtown John R. Honson. WHt William Price. Eldorado J L. Mills. Jackaboro R M H'leiton. Kohan b'.allon John Bark with. Seymour W. B. Ford. Fanner Mlssloa J. M. Biker. Mineral Wlle-.T. T. Bioodworth. Ylukyard City It. M. Morris. Vernon J. T. ll'iarjier. VlneyHrd Mlseion J. T. Ellis. Mob'itie to be biiniill" l. R'aing St ir A. K; Mlllsr. Sulphur HprlniW. J. Limons. DI"keeH Thomoa Dnnop.u. B-ll" Bliilne K. F. Dudu. Blit Sprl"iyB 1). J. II. Thfimis. Abilene Mission G.iovijo W. Riley. WAO'I D1HTIUOT. V. L. AruiatroiiK, Presiding Elder. Wkco sr. illon Horara Bishop. Wtioo Circuit-Siimiel P. Wright. E-xt. Waco Circuit L. . RoB.ors. Bnsquevllle Clrcuit-J. II. Trimble. Wortham Cirotiit E. T. Rules. Dreadon Will In m Vaughn. Mc Calm J. M. Bond. Mexl J. U. Callord. Griic beok J. D. Crockett. Axtel Circuit A. B. Trimble. Thornton J. N. Reeves. Cedar Inland-G. W. Swofford. Corsioana Cirouit A.Davl". Coraloana Station W. H Vaughn. GENERAL LOCAL NOTES. Mrs. George tsharpn, d iughter of Mr. John Sutherland, died Uit night at bar husband's retildenee, eight milas north of tbia oily, aud waa buried this evening. A little son of Mrs. N. C. Read, while playing at school, lell aud broke-his arm. The Knlichtn of Pythian, of this oity, ralaed $54i 50 lor tbe rellul of the order In Galvtaton. ' , Cotton reosipts to date, 17,213. A great many ot tho to ito.-ccoo min isters loft on to night's traius for their bome, welleatiaded with their visit to Oorsio'-ina. ' ' Mr. Tim Rbdgr.rs, who has bron visit ing Mr. Heory Diiwson, his brother-in-law, lo ourcity, lei's for Ms home at Aurus th'.a morning, and on arriving there dropped dead, supposedly of heart disease, Tho remains, will be shipped to-night to Galveston, which is the bomo of his mother, where he will be burled. Galneivllie. Gainesville, Nov. 17.-Speolal. J tur citizens determined that Gaines ville should not bo' behind hor sister cities In helping grlef-strloken Galves ton, hold a largo and eqthaslaatie meeting at the rooms of the Mer ehants Exchange last night in order to devise means to raise a liberal contri bution from this oity to tho homeless of the "Island City." Short speeches were made by several and a handsome sum was raised. Committees were ap pointed to rmnvess th tty, end we have no doubt that Gainesville will do her duty. ' . Quite an interesting shooting match was had by the Gainesville Uun club yesterday afternaon, and soate good shooting was done. Only about 70 bales of e ji,ion were reoeivea yesterday. Prices went np a little yesterday, and aome of the ootton brought 6. Some of onr cotton buy ers express the hope that onr receipts will inn up to 10,000 bales this year, bnt as tbe crop ia unnsually ahort in this eonnty we fear the hope will not be realized. Hon. W. O. Davis, State senator from this oonnty, is on a visit to Georgia. Services are bslng held this week at t e Christian church by Elder A. J. Bosh. The Gainesville Rifles met at the city hall to-night to go through their regular weekly drill-. There wore no criminal easel tried In the dlstrlot court yesterday after noon. Several appearance bonds were forfeited, attachments for witnesses were Issusd and lawyers were an. Dolnted to defend tbose unable to pro- uureconnBel. This morning theoase of the State against MoNeese, for rob bery, was put off for two weeks, and the casaol tbe State aeralnat Louis Williams taken up. Williams is ef tbe oolored persuasion, and is charged with rohnerv. . .... - Quite a number of wagons loaded with wood sre in town to day. ; , Deaton. . ' . Denton, Nov. 17. Special. Work on the Alliance mill commenced! last week and Is progressing finely. They have about 30 teams at work hauling rook and a gang excavating for the fonndation. Eighteen or 20 men were arrested by City Marshal Fry under the vagrant act, and were assessed l and eost each by tbe court. They were far nlelied tools to-day and put to work under Street Comml-aioner The. Hen derson. Thev are all able-bodied your g men. Fry and Henderson say they ean work five times the number at the same cost to the elty. So send along your tramps. Mrs. Dram Kowskl and bet dangb ter, Mrs. Judge Anstin,were"athome" yeawday to a select nnmber of their lad j friends, lrom 4 to Co. m. The tea. party was au elegant afialr, lorjg te be remembered by the fortunate partici pants; howover, It should be more properly oalled a . Chrysanthemum nartv. am thn floral decoration Wan mostly with these flowers, bouqoetts of ihem at eaoh plate. Their home la better knowna.. g us than any other In Denton tor tbe reception pf a lare party, and the hostess and her daoga ter outrivaled themselves In this en tertainment, . -. . il f! R hnddv. ia. ct'Mr of the Firt National ba, ef . , r- e let - n. T-' " DirpicULTy AMONci rniNTtrti. IU'ar (immrll atalln-A''l' far Alaanll Neavy 7 ra.iliil la allati baakaj at Ike llo-pilal-Iteal :,lale Irinif.'K-Alilie uekln Mai lliia, Kin, Four Woitui, Ni. 17. HniUI. Thla iiii.ri.lng two pnrttM by the nun es of A. C. Htl'lwnlt ami W, II. Petri.., emjloled III tU Ev il in Mall riUu, lul dflliulty, and H lllwell W4 iJ.Kiinl fnuii tho utll.in. Thl afteruooa l.e lit a 1 hla appearato Uh a iii.uh'c-harril ahot t-uu lu nmh nl Felrle, whuiil ht lutendid to Mil, but w prjfajie l by iha ntlmr prtMora, A 0 ntii.ta'.:;: '! iBiila to llm ko'liorlii-e , li.it t'n y hav.i nut eUiV eitedbd 1U luakiug III" arre.t, t'0lCIL UKi:riNQ. This I'ventuii nwuvtiueil mot In rv ular a-ai-U'ti, tlx al.iormmi prent.iH. Aiuirolng mr.iugh n.elr rtaular rou tine, thi jtinuu. cf Koulo'I at-e. t ouinatip, and tatter e'iiiMi.irnle rt:a auaalou llie reu' ri "t I 'i. eoituulttee wiileU went to Hi. Lin t waa ratill ul by a vote of t to 2 A motion of Mr. Alexander, th n tabla and olmtr tnipriivulitd t'pneiulty t-u repurtur, wua mrrteil. Au mvi ta l.iu lu a I ruixM tti.M to lie pn.'aent i,t tuo uouiii-U meetings waa vxtoiidod. tlOOD BALKS. To dity the rny.li.ta of outtonwere quite g'Mjd, tho Alilanei and oilier kiilra being heavy. The.Ntate Na'lonal b ink pntd out j'3,W9 on sales oMluO b.il-f. Ploria to-lay werea-ilT at 8.4i. OAUaiiT. To-d-y OIHrwr Bouy Tuoker arrested Jrniea Rarlar, who. li wauted at Galneavlllo for asinult aud attempt to murder. Ain Hon OALVKHTON. TheKnlKhia or PyiUiaa made up a tubiurlntlon of $100 to send to Uslvna ti n. The ICnights of L'ibor nren!ao making np ouo fur the aauis purpose. MKBAT TUB HOSPITAL. Day before vestvroarevaulng a man named J. A. Pluto died at thaulty hos pltul of aousuiupllou. He had been boardiog for quite a whllo nrevlons to prolog lo that lOhtltutloN at Mrs. M. B. S, tin's, corner of Third and Lamar streets. He was evidently a man of outiure, uud ono who bad aaun hotter days. From letters reouived in this city it Is probaiiln that he has people ia otsy cirimtiistaaoeM hi Chicago. Ho died amid nirtn.cra, but all bis wauls were faitliiultv nbuitnii.tcred to by Mis. Waikr, the lady iu charge of tbo bofcplUI. lid will be buried at the ex ptiuae ot tho dry. RKAt. KSTATK TRANSFERS. The following rem emito iratibfiirs were Hied fur record iu tho oonnty olerk's oillct) tble uiornlug and last evening: Wtlliim S street ond wife to J. F. Buckner, G'ti acreH in the J. C. Davis aud W. K. Morrii 100-aere survey, ulitht tnlleaeast of Fort Worth; con aldtri'.lon. 20t). - . J. F. Warren to B. J. Foster, 1(J3 acres oat ot the John Childress survey, W milis northeast or Fort Worth; quit uUimoeed; coobldoralion,,$450. L u Bouz to Mr. N. J. Davis, soutli west, 4 ot block 82, in Tuoker's addi tion to the city of Fort Worth; consid eration, $2,000. E. W. Morton and wife to J. M. O'Nolll.allor block 12 In Dntjeett's sec ond addition to tho cf v of Fort Worth, and a strip immediately west of it, 20 leet east aud west, and HO north aud south ; conNideralion $5,600. B. T. Balely aud wile to F. H. Apple gate, all their right, title and lnterosts in aud to the L. W. Holt 100-aore pre emption aurve.Vi located on the bank ol the Wet Fork of the Trinity iu Tarrant aounty; consideration, $125. TDK ELECTION. An eleotton was bold to-dey to fill tho vaoanov canned by the resignation of Cpwiu Julian Fields, alderman of the Suoond ward. ' Vcrylitile intoreBt was maullesttd, as shown by tho fol lowing veto: W. R. Havmaker,.H7; H. C. Holloway, 108; F. F. King, 80; total vote, 201. The usual vote of ths Second ward i.80'l, showing that ouly one third of the votea were polled. PERSONAL. F. N. Watkuie.T. J. Freeman, jr , and . C. Nuuuelly.of DaUas, are in the Fort. - Delionte Diseases, effecting male or fomalo, however induced, speedily arid permanently cured. . 11 Inntratod'book for 10 cents In stamps. World's Diapensary Medical Associa tion, 003 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y. ABBKA.KFORI.IBEIITY. ' ' The Frliosers In the Henderson County Jail Hake a Break for Liberty, Bnt are Corralled by the Jailer () ther Notes . From Bosk. Rusk, Nov. " 17.-rSpeclal.-Yester-day the prisoners oonaned in the nnnntv lail made a bold effort to es cape, but were defeated in their plans by the eoolnesa and bravery of tbe jailor and hla wife and a little 5-year-old boy. Ben Lane, a San Augastlne oonnty prisoner, held in our jail for safe keeping, and whose Judgment of murder of the first degree, with the death penalty assessed, was ' lately affirmed by the court of appeals, was the leader. When the Jailor came In to give them tb;.a- dinner, he ordered the prisoners six in number to their cells. All went into their cells except Lane, who hid in an unoccu pied cell, a negro who had been staying with another one in the same cell, going Into Lane's cell and palled the door to. At the oom mand the jailor thought that all were In their eells, and tne lever look was down and all tbe ocoupled cells locked but the door of the unocoupled one which was open. As soon as MoOord turned his baok to bring In some moro provisions, Lsne rushed on him with a spade he had fonnd In the building. MoCall Jerked tbe door to and abut himself np In the corridor and eacaped the blow. Lane then unbolted the cells with the lever and turned the other five men out of their cells, one of whom rnshed on MoCord, and was knocked dowa by him. MoCord then jumped out of the corridor ana ran around and barred the door before the prisoners oonld get out. Lane had been stopped at the Jail door by Mrs. MoOord, assisted by the little fellow, who held to Lane's lees like, a bull terrier, Kuykendal, the oonviot who la charged witn the murder of ser treant George W. Taylor, did not oome Sat of his cell. He says that alter making fear bad break he never in tends to try - another. The ' negro charged with assault to rape, who was brought hero from Palestine sometime sine to essape tho lory of a mob, is oracy, or appears to be very weak minded, and instead of trying to get out he canght and held firmly another negro who waa trying to got to MoOord. - This left only one able bodied man for him to cope with after Lane got oat, and by knocking kl .1 mnA Vu.lln ftnt. tl A Aaalv UIU1 nww wmm jv..m. - , caught Lane, and ahat them all up. Lane wss eo annerved that be eonld do very little, aa he said he expected to be killed and had little hopes of Ret ina away - r Coanty Judge wrjitemar is serious ly 111 and county court baa adjenrned. Not much business was before the court at this term. - - V . A convlet was nrougm nere last week to serve oat a anntenoe of 15 mln- . I 1. . Mnltanllar. . Tlia anlfc uwa iu iu. J j . - eost the S tate about $30 to deliver and return him, ana ne wens Daon wun the officer who brought hiss. He waa sentfor W-amy. It is aa -al"rd law Uafarr -aewtu tO- t l r . 'ti un two w firieka-ntia t t a -(I Ihsliinaa a f.i rr n 'ralur V, W K iir, of ibis plann. I'ha n'uitrast lla( lakall ll and ill K, rutin 1 eUttiad,, sjii t ksi a m airrixis. I'Utrlvt Onuri. Mala. Il.ia.l Farrallel lie Malriinanl.il 4.rka -If aatari kak rran the Aatlua -IXmharged Truan Cualuily. rtHBBMAW, Nov. 17. MrolaI.J The dli.lloi rou t iMs morning ii.tlnuod ti ber Cm Graen murder trial, and the cue hanjuat beuii given to tne Jury, Uju'ily Atii.ru. y Randell uudo an elr,qti'iut aud rooviuning ar gimieutou the nidi (if the S' at", wlill t apiuiLi w tut n ptw ji (irmrutni vue eaae. tiraialati man i.f prepnaeaalng kpiieiirnnen, and in'ir' oo..i whu know lit ui aav the-, ho K 1 o I hla antau- O'.lat III ken deiei'M, U.iorga d'.aUl tliM III irilug fur fil ed bU In. 1.4 ny ill. a a:i.nailnrtt oio't, aa bo w.ia Atvii'ii ti it t Tuo boi.it ia V.i and he M oiar4 win theit. ('. C. Joiitia and Lgn Hall al.' iila iiinll.i', C'.uu'y o.urt It iy ouusi'Jerlng olril bin na. I't.ii uroild Jury la Id H. a at on, Tlila iii iriiliig, -it tlm ira iIiiim of the iri,.,'a f tiii-r, Khv. J. Hi nk ley, lin EuU Huilfiey mil Uv. 8. O. H'lnl'o, ot Vti Ali-iftia, iviiro li ii it dd In marrias. M S4 KjI i grown U( In ;itir uan, niel Imr nml of iru,i,ls here oart a-nure Mr. KiJ ill that huhas outwmeii a jiarci. lao prpi.iino iu nm joouii peuplw WfTA mitii.roua aud co4tiy. Tnny Nfttm moralug to at leiid cor fi renae .t Pnila, Ov. r U0 lialha of oo'tuo am on our etreeta tJ-day, and Hih inr ii.ira gouer llw u, vn'tlnll h irimit l.rl.iA l.ir triHlp staplv. All i than Join in Maying llioMiidn ia 106 limit pliic" la this seo llun to a , II cotton. Your o.-irrenpi., !ent Im I tho pleasure IhM inorninar or an luteri iow with the Hon. Fred. . Brrv, inemlwr or Con greaa from tlio ThtrU dtnlii'it of Mis hlthlppl. Mr. B.Arrv la au affable and thorough golna; goutlomau who apsaka li I it illy of Texaa. Tne only euoountor he bad while la rtLloriunii wa wf .ii.-ji i,,juiir iwuu ratruhant, John Yonn, - 'io t xk him InrH nilMstar ki1q to o.t'ifir.inoo at tarla. Mr. Krrv wlaliAM In nHlirA Mr. Y'ooog that It hat ever called oa to pna iu lie win reinouiber him la hla prayer-. Mr. Yonug wat selling Mr. Brry a Krlo-ck WDen he took blui mr adiviai, a? thnt amounts tor hi" mistake. Tbo bunting p-v, noinposid of B. , B. Pef.lt, G. AVnoldi, Bill MoMahon, Walter Httibru nut Mr. J. B it H in an, that went to, thn Na'h in lor sport, re port a tine lirno, and did not tinuounter a alnglo amiko on tli tr!)i. Our jilloroiaohard JitfT S'.iinflold and Honry Chllda iroat custody to day. Riv. Mr. Slu Hon ptor of the Moth odlst Eplsnopa! church, lufi for the oonferenoe this moriiing. There is not much said hore as yet about State officers, but the feeling, when experienced nt all, seMma to be . lor Swaiu for governor, aud Oglesby for comptroller. Tho long aervloo of Swain aa comptroller hn K'ven him a thoroago knowledgo ot the needs of. the Ktate. aud he 1 known lo bnvo the ability to carry out wlintlaueoded. As for Colonel Oglesby, he has been col lector , of Collin county for many years and bnou of thn bewt records or any oluoar in th tstate. He is grow- , ing in popularity daily. Tnlapartof tho county will go solidly for Swain and Oglesby. Waeo. . , Waoo, Nov. k 17. Sper.ial.J Mrs. Yarnell, mother- of Tom Varnell, haa been in oonault'illon with her son's at neys here, and ItititdMona are heard that Vrtvnnll ia cnnsiii. -itig (headvls a til lit? of oirnlngia & ' kurfonderlng. UIi frieada b.ilieve that he baa preju diced hit. cane by eeenplng from Jail, and that he will be lu a much better position to hopn for acquittal by vol untary surrender than to run tbe risk Ol capture. Judge MoCoruiicU wiil rndor his deoleion to-morrow in th3 sane of Joseph A. White, tho alleged Brazil ian counterfeiter, frr removnl of the trial to St. L'Miir. Tho result is doubt ful, but it is believed White will be triad iu Waoo. ' Another p dnt argued by tho priaantir's sounael. that White be discharged without furtiter legal proooedinge, waa also n' en under ad VlBment by the co6rt. : , ' ; , lVonsvlew. , Lonovij!W,Nov. 17. LSpeclal. The bdnsen of Jo lfaklug, Dr. Stansbury, Oliver Peguss, W. T. Whltolook, T. K Keunard, Jack ' Yates, Dr". Markham ' and Tom Durham have all been vis3 Red within the last tw davi by burg . lars, who out away trio b inds, pry, open tbe windo w, and with a long hook null tho garment) out. rifle then. . and kindly ssftttor the in about the,;, yard. From all the aoove named 1.1 , . , , 1 Ar i.n. m ok found. , 2.0uO lira uu...tba iSt&t forays, which ara " frequent.. It i. thought the loft ux of the tramp at thla time of the year oamei tho petty v thieving that gvuerally obialna at thla , aeakon. - UlaUIIS VIPIIDll a 1U.B1 VI VUV Vtf M. O POISOW IN THE PASTRY ' IF Vanllln, lemon, Orante, ete., Kavrntr Cakes, Crcaoii, FnddlDaa, Ate., os delta -eately and naturnlly M the Anils ft-eas : wblck ti?y are made. . .. ' For Strength and True Fruit " Flavor They Stand JLXona. .:. prbparci ar Tee Trloo Eaklns Powder Co., o.. , Chlooco. III. 6 1. Lou la, MO. i innnor , aAi-tne or .i . '.! . Dr. Prlcos Cream Eaklng Fcri:r ' Aao ' .'... Dr. Price's Iittpiiiiri Ycait Cema Eoit Dry Hop Teaot. . FOR SALI3 DY OKOCER3. WK MAKE BPT OSB QUALITY. PINK -Vr CSC" EFFICI v, T" riFIFR Ck- 'i 1 . t .