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r 4T4 li tUUj'HJll are V ics or nvor Ij J r,f"'qtt I l '$M)QM$Btefili$ .llAII.V1. One. month, Three months Hlx monlljs W uno jeni- II) CO I iMrUoflhc.UnlUrdHlittmi!id()tn. mlns free of poslnee, nt the, follow Ins low rules: Tbrea rnonlht tf) Xlr mo n (Iw ...... $ ti) 'iieyciir - 2 0) Hubicrlptlon to dully And weekly lit strictly Itj iidvaiire, mid nil papers Mojipod whtw tunc puld lor expires. HubK-rlbors detlrlns the. uddroM of tliolr wor chiiiici'd Mill Jdwwe. Mate In their commiiulcutlon both tho old and new iul. dreN, Hotnll by Imft on Fort Worth. pottonlec money oidw or rcglr-tered letter. If Mini otherwlMMvo Arlll not bo reeiKjimlble lor mltcdrrliigt. Addles,' Uaxxttr, Kort Worth, 1'tixast. Hpcctmuu capita ncnl free, on nppllea.lon. Indications. Vorwe.tt gulf M&totMljhtly p.trlly elonily Wc.Mlier u llli Ineil nilin nnil riiitlitrlv hirdmio eoldux uorthtrly wlndn fclllii fftltoui-d ly idowly rlln batvniolnr. (myJiiff'Kuriii Lund i'orSnlu. Four lota each, al)((iilV),OiKI,one 10ft, IHK), ono JIH),W) aerCH. The only laro bodies to lie had In the Mate in or fjatilned couuthv. Atiires wccnrlty, rapid enhancement in value, extra rienlrabie for u'-eor investment. K. S. (Ikaiiam, Giahain, Vouiik (Vniiity, Texas, 2-1 bOm, mm i i (iimiiix-Pnrni Luud.s I-'nr Suit'. aW section In a vnd body. 10.1 Heutioii in a Hoiid body, ax) cuution alternatew. 180 flfottons col id body and well watered, extra lino for Knniln. Will aiHiire enhancement on present jirlee. l-'OOO hornes, American stclv, at a Bpeclal bargain, delivered in "Wlehlla county. Miu,t:it, 'Viaivunux &. Co., 3-2-ilm Wicliitn lalls, Texas. Vtmii"" Cuttle. i Han been recently enhiiwl nd Improved 1 1"""""'" "uiimii wim"is " ciiiiycdliion.ii)itkiiiKitiiiatctmKUiiuit.iTheuiecHoHof a limn I so Air away ITIlKWF.T.KliY UA7.KTIK ......l.l ..!., 1 IJJ.. 1.,. ,...!. ent lmiw-r in ineroiiuiry 11 in j,uneriu-i CM hi nil 1,000 to o,00 head oryirIInH!l,, b0,,,u r " ai"1 IUU '"Hy an a and two-year oJuV. center for all Biiplles ami a market 'i-fi-tf Thxah T.nv wnuvi-p., ,fraii products, what will Its ruture A Huio Chance. i be? Vo" oan readily ee, gentlemen. 1110,000 auroHjKml gra.ing land Tho lw(l"Jf "f tllis "delation in under fence. "rt Worth will certainly 1m worth !,OOOgooii atoek cattle id a bar- milliotiH to it and to tlio ntntuof Texas. gam. ,'WJ.tf TllXAb Invisht.mi5.vt Co. Stock Cattle. Wiirconimct Block cattle for fuluro delivery. 11-0-tf Ti:xa.s rxviwuru.NTCo. firnzing' Landh for Sale In Montague county, 7iflO acres of which I.OOOacr' lie within from two to hlx inileH, and tlio runiuiuder with in ilfteen mllerf of the elty of Mon tague. AIho, In the following couu tlej, viz.: Archer, ,'M) iutcm, Cole man 1,80, Denton HIM, .lack UK), 1'arkcr 120, Hlouewall 010 and Wise l.iai. For particularn emiiilre of Mra. A. K. fveri. euro of .1. IJ. Doualio, ClarkhvUlu, Ilcil HIver county, Texas. SMRf 'I'll ii uuaniiiHiUH verdict of our vlnll oiti 1h that tho "b'or t" U a daluy. l'"0T Wouiif U doing llHelf credit In lliu entertainment of (he cat Ho monarehri. Tun vonuiitblo Undo "Kit" niaken a line picHldlng otllcer. Ho Ih tilling Inn Dove-nth term in (he position, Vt" Ni:wh ia more vuluablu lliuu opin- Ioiih, and the editorial eoluniH arc cheerfully (dven up (othopubllcallou of liitcrcrtllng iiowh. SoJtii mumbei'rt oftho Texan leglalu lure Hcem to bo uoltiated niorohy a fear of Wash JoNU'i and his following than byiiHCiiMoof duty (o, lliu Htute and their count ttuouls, t . Tin: Texan lmuw of repreHunlatlvcH would profit by loolrlng In upon tho (lollbemllons ofthucaltlemuu. Uood order and lliu heal ofjtodugpevallH all (he tlniOj,--- " " Tiin Vulcan Iron Works at St. LouIh eonlliiuoto run with noit-niiolu mo, domonslratlng (ho fact (hat no luisl news enturprlHo dopenda solely on (ho eaprlccuofone, or a coiublnaHoii of Individual TuilUHiml conipliiuenUiry iendlii(ioii of Speaker iCuiiu'int's able and. Im partial rulings was adopted by t"hu house of roprosuntrtllvc-a before nib Jouriuuent. ItHeeiuKthuro win noth ing (oo mean for tho 17th congress. M lutiiiiiis of tlio legislature who ox prejis fear.s as to the result of the next genetai eleellon and who ,cau tea in thulr intud'if eye tho bntiuern of the l")opiocratie parly trailing in the dunt ureadmonlwhcd that (lio mout eerlalii wiiy to aehlovo aucecs.s Is to deserve it. Tiik ItopuhllcanH In congress did (ho bidding of tlio proteellvo boshes, and attempted tontem tho tide of popular demand for tio revision of the taiilf and a reduction of the revenue to tho b:hIiiofeurient expenses. Thoy will llud that (lio ollbrt (o Ktop tho How of thoMIssls.sli.pl river with i"l of sand will be an easy tnak compared with the one they havo assumed. Tun action taken by the authorities or Chicago in culling all lliu wires or tho Mutual lTnion Telegraph Com pany for not obeying an order to place them under tlio ground, Is about the llrst Instance oh record where, tlio law concerning thoao corporations lias been vigorously vn forced. Considera ble, double l,s antiolpaled concerning Hie elty'ii vlgjiraibj policy la the mutter., ', , ' v ", r,'l THE tsOMiof Hie western iapcrs are be ginning to clamor for representation lit tlio next presidential campaign. 'Vilify want a "virile western man," ono who-c interests arc not Imiiiik! ii hi Willi Mreel or ono whotfo hands are not (led u by Hie monopolist. Ono who can tiikt- it stand hi the financial in the dim future Hmt no hmne.ttiu be liictitloiicil with any degree of r?r talnty. TiiJiocnu some cnue. the breaking Iiik M of tin Michigan n'linlorlal deadlock was not transmitted to the western KierM by A&iottlnlcd Press. It was broken lust Thursday night by (ho election of Tito'. V. lUnMKit a rviiublfcaii of Detroit. He h an lum ber iloaior, viWtcI owner, salt mauufne ttlruraiid n farmer, and is a man of irnnil vrwiltli. He in a native of the statu, and a graduate of its imhvrMly nt Ann Arbor. Up U In hta ASnl year, nd a mimf eoitsidcniblo ability as 11 speaker. He hflj always been ft. Jte publican, and is jwrsoiuillj one of Hie mwt popular limn in Michigan. He wai a member of Hie tate senate In 1.S70, and was tlio Chairman of last yoarN ltepnblican atate tniivt'tUInu, p ("am any yii(or to Kort Worth ask or want any better evidence of the city's brilliant future than Mint pre- flcitUxl on this occntiou. In u little room crowded (o uHieatlon ( a con ventloit .of cattlemen rcii-ciiting nuirly thirty million') of dollars. And it win devoid of any.' ostentation (any attempt at wealth or splendor which did not exl-t. A crowd of plain, honest, tolling people, yciillemttti, whose wenlth h awiulrwl by honest labor and ju dicious investment. With all thl wealth, now in 1(h infancy to the wet of us, to thtt north of us and to No ono who lias watched Hie pin cecdlngfl of congre-s would have sus pected speaker Ki:irii;u of being a satirist, but in Ids closing addicts to Hie house of lopreaenlativeh lie devel oped surprising talent in this direc tion. He certainly could have meant his remarks In no other way than in a aplill of the coldest irony and most in elslve sarcasm. A lew of Ids utteran ces arc worthy of repetition in these columns, and of perpetuation in the minds of tho public. "The acta or tho Eorty-sovenlh congtcss," he says, "will stand, soibo of them It is behov ed, through tlio fuluro history of the republic," and ho might havo added that chief among these would bo his own arbitrary, unwarranted and igno. rant rulings, lie was eminently cor rect in tho assertion that "It would be ipiUe impossible at this time to can inerato (ho many impoilant laws which havo been enacted (o promote and substantiate tho best Interests of tho wholo country." 1 1 will bo equal ly Impossible Tor tlio futuvo historian, i delving among tho rccordsof the Korly- Hcvenlli congress to discover tho "Iiiwh enacted to promote- and substantiate tlio best Interests of tho wholo coun try." liut tho elder satire in this re markable address shows itself in Its most vivid colore when ho alludes to tlio house as "as (he most conscientious body of men that over met" and lo tlio good feeling thai existed among tho members,' and the cour teous and gentlemanly bcar- Jllg towards oTieli "other. When tho reader rellccts that It was almost an every day occurrence among tho member to denounce eaeli other as lllirs, ftit-throat'1 thieves and miln blers tlio full force of the satire will will be appreciated. Jhi, Kuii-Tim made a nioro stupendous u-a of him self at tho close of tho session than Ids friends could have hoped for. It Is not yet definitely known that tlio tarlll' bill will bepomo a law. Tlio president has alllxed his signature la approval or the bill, but some patriotic ol(l.ea may niakoa ea-u and take it to the courts where ll.s constitutionality will be lusted. 'There Is no provision of J he organic law of this country moto plulnlyutidonipliatlenlly.oxprobsodthaii thai all bills for raising revenue shall originate in the house of representa tives, ll Is also n well known fact that the tariff bill not only originated In the senate, but that it was never considered in (ho house, and tho bill was the, ollsprhig ofu com mittee office conference, whlh was not a committee of "free conference" in any sense of the term, thu confer ees on the part of the house- being in structed to ua(er their protest against the bill, for the constitutional reason referred to. There is a question in volved in tills action of tho late emi gres of interest to every tax-payer la the land, If tlio plain provisions of the constitution can be ovor-rldden and dbregarded in this man ner, none of it la naored enough to resist (ho wishes of Hie hehemlng poUHcluus, If legislation in regard (tf. taxes can be taken from the popular brunch or oongrerts and delegated to a conference oouuiilttee, whoaro notovl- GAZETTE: FORT WORTH, wwwflmiwwiajwjjuwwwi'i-'wajmiiJiJi'iiUXtti ou$ly organized and determined toenc rlllco the welfare of the entire country In the interest of a clhjuo of favored muHnlNts, what' oeurily is therein the rontitutioii. This Action wn a Itrtrayal of t lie .ored trust rcnoiwl In th repiwentiitlvttx of tlio Kople and a imfltution of (heir powor that will crtiiiiily lie rebuked nt the ballot-box by nil iudigilHiit jHtblle, Who have ceased to in Itouml by tiie igboble dh1 ttet of partlim power. ' ' XoTWITIfrrAXJHNO tllO tllll tllllt Wnmivs the -o-cnUed weather jirfiph et foiled in Ids prediction for lliu Fofc ruary slorin, he insUls that hir rcdic tion of the .March zephyra will bo rc- nii.ed. Very fow jicoplc have any confidence about hi direful projdie-ah-4 but lTnr tlio bcncllt of tlioao who want to lake i-omo preeiiu Hons to keep Ihtrlr clothes fj-rmi Mug blown oil of them, wo ro- pub)iIi his )ord of warning Which ueie a follows: "A great storm will strike this planet on IhtJOth of Jlaroh next. It will fir.t be felt in the Northern Padllc and will cro-H the iiiorldfau of Ottawa at noon (live o'clock London time; on Sunday, March 11, IS.S55. No vwwl smaller than a Cunarder will be able to live in this tempest India, tho.souflt of Europe, England, (and especially (lie North American continent, will bo the theater of its ravage?. As all the low land on the Atlantic will be submerged, I advise ship-builders to phi re their prospective vessels high up on the stocks, and larmcis having lo-tse valuables, as hay, cattle, etc., to remove them (o a place of afely. T beg further to most icspectfully appeal to the honorable the minister of ma rine, that ho will peremptorily order up the storm signals on all the Cana dian enstw not latter (ban (ho i'Otli of February, and thus penult no vessel to leave harbor. If this Is not done hundreds of lives will be lost and millions worth of pioporty destroyed " We havo not been advised of any notion on the pint of Hie minister of marine, in aueordaneo witli the above appeal, but on the contrary, the ocean htcanieis are keeping up their regular bchcdule, and ships are dally going lo sea. There has been no unusual falling off in ocean travel or any curtailing of ocean trade. We shall see what we shall bee. Tin: death of Govimxou Stimmikns of (Jeorgiu recalls an article from the Atueiicaa lleyMw concerning liiin and another distinguished congress man. It saj-s: Wo wo't of two men who served long years in congress, whoso speeches never underwent re vision or correction, always appear ing In the Congressional lewrtl pre cisely as they wore ut tered. Mr. Rtrimiuns of Coorgiu used lo sit hi ids wheeled chair Just la front of Hie speaker's desk and pio uoiinced his speeches hi clear, unliesi- latlng, naturally consecutive.scntenccs, while members crowded around him and the galleries and reporters listened hi rapt attention. He never "with hold his remarks for revision." None was needful. His rhetoriewiw as fault Icfcs as Ids logical acumen. The other gentleman is Mn. Coxk 1jI.no. As the Congressional llcctml is such u dlabolieal perversion of the actual facts, and speeches after being "wltliuld for revision" were so changed from what they wciu when deltveiod, it is quite a complinteat to these gentlemen that their utterances were at once so accurate and that thoy never requhed editing. Mr. C'o.nk i.ixu'a arguments, llko his oratory, Attrt-mJer at fault In selecting verbal vehicles, lie never deigned to appeal to lepoiters or printers. lTo tolled upon his magnificent self-hood, and it never railed him, Csiiig precisely the right words to convey his studied meaning, loportorial error were al most Impossible; and mankind, while these two men tiro remembered, can always have the satisfaction of knowing Hint when reading their speeches thoy eon over Ju&t what was said, whether in the ardor of sudden unstudied debate, or when more elaborate disquisitions were pronounced on great, questions before the country. Other members of tho house and of the senate are as accurate talkersaud thinkers, no doubt, usMr.STiUMiKNs and Mr. Conkuno, but tho paucity of these is enough to Justify the designation oftwo men whose spoken addresses are as admira ble as their written and btudled rheto ric. Few talk as they write, and accu rate modes of expression can only spilug from '.ficcur.ito thinking. Thought always sylouts a prop er cabriolet or heavy car riage or awkard g. -cart in which to hike an airing. The speaker commonly confesses the greater dilll culty Involved in Hto attainment of excellence as u wilier. Criticism is disarmed by, tlio noise and rattling machinery of eloeullon; hut when thei publisher or orator descends, throiigli , through 'the press, tlio pathway to oblivion, every loiterer by tlio wayside contem plates the funeral procession of words. vlh cold indifference, and every un varnished spot and every mHslng spoke la thlsspolien eloquence becomes a spook to repel Igaorauce and exoitej'dh0 have tho iluest doih4 tho derision of tasteful Intelligence." TEXAS, TOPyjBSPAY, MAROITy. 1880. '.'UI.l.l!l!lIUJ"KlllU IBUIKWUIU'IMWIII'II TEXAS 1'AlMilSS. The Slur think?' that To nell 1m frown to MiolMUiiiamloni n a commercial riilr it to put on Hie luxury of Ixmilntf Ri. Tin: .Slephonville Empire bays : The miMtloa of two dollnr itdny is now iU IrnHliiK the nUrntlon of thft JSlli IcgJMu Inrv. The Terrell S't'iv rcporls considerable lew In ciutlo iluiliiK tho cold weather. Tho entile from eat Texn and Arkansas died to lurpr par cent than nntlve prattle cattle, Tho Athens Xarrow-aauyr, says if lh Ttetnocrata over fain nittlonal power the rhottlil out down the p-midon luul two ihlrdtfttHldonftta ho ntnmint nt unllotmt old to pitldlctohootk, The Jllacb IWuy s-ays: 'it is but Juidkv to the meiiiory of omo of the grnail. Ml heroes of tho world's history that these wtered spot of Tetns will he owned and bciuitWled by tho mate. 71ml tho lKitlaturo iipproprfated ten thouoand dolltim to tlio erfcUoit of a iiiniiiiiiioiil over Ihe grave of Ham lloiuton, Uiolrduty would lane been jhore nearly completed. 'i'KXlS SlAlI'lMtS. Austin has iistcdui laundry. Nueaes county scrip is at piti. Wood county is (o have a new court house, The, Arifim hays that Emory lias mote preachers nad Ies picnclilug tliitn nay town la Texan. KcdJllvtr Is still high and -till rte luir. At (Jnrluiid City It Is out or tho hanks mid threatens dninngo lo tho Hiirroundlng coun try. Waxahachie has a ilouiingill and ::z:! ,i couon-sml ou 7,,m mui "V!,""1'' " ' , , , , I lie telephone charge lietween Dal - Insiuicl Wu.talmchlo Is tllty eenui for min - tues eonveixatioii. SJiaeklefoul county will have a fair noclatIon. It hnsbcen Incoriiornted, with D. O. biimpboii, It. K. McAnulty and T. K. Conurd uslneoiporotore. A larfe'e sltimp-lallcd dog "infests" the western iu t or Vim .nndt town mid ht)!. killed MiAcrnl licnil or euttle. Tho el t bens hrr.o not been able lo ctipfmc him a yet. thoiish soerul attempts lme tioen inmle. "The Old Stono Fort" at Nttcogdo ciieswns built In lfiitt.niid wnHiiteiLfornhout 1"i0 j ears for mlliliiry dyfuiiM-. It Is used now iiinuriiusins caioon.u nwtuuruat. aiiiouerv moto, ami lor oiilco-i, sleepliiR OOI11S. iinil ., i. .,n ii ...',...... ik kL n'"J "BC,lf'", Still Ahead. Illllbboro .Minor.) 'The Fort Woith GAZirm: is Jhe most popular daily paper in this sec ton of Texas. It luuilsjies us with the news twelve hours ahead of any other journal. Sustained by Faefs. Hicnh,im lliinner.j fho Fort Worth (lA'.irrvr. is doing splendid work in opposing adverse Kiilroad legislation. It is pre-entlng solid facts and figures to sustain its position. Facts and Figures. The business of tho'T: 1 at Fort Worth during the month of February show), a marked increase in tho ship ment if freight as compared with tho same month of lfcW. The. principal shipments show an Increase as follows: Cotton, car loads, 7;J and 1820 pounds. Cattle, 10 car loads. Flour "22 car loads. Iloisesand mules, ." ear loads. Ice 4-1 car loads. t , Merchandise 0 car loads, pouiuis icss i nan car loatis. Nailh 0,hS0 pounds. OaisS car loads. Seeds, which includes cotton seed, i car loads. Soap, 81.10 pouiuln. Sugar, G car loads, 11,217. Salt, 2,b9") pounds. Stucco and cement, 1 carload, -HS pounds. Scrap iron, 1 car load, 07(18 pounds. I ho total increase of shipments shows 211 car loads, 10 1,533 pounds les than car lots. The above figures Which are iccords and not g"0fSes, show very plainly that Fort Worth is still pushing ahead in tlio race astv point of commercial ontorprtbo and. vim. II will be remembered by some that the records for last December and Jan uary showed a wonderful Increase in railroad shipments out of Foit Worth Tho tide is still Using, laid the shipments tor March already bid fair to farsurpns (hose of the same month ol tho previous year. Let us keep in, the boom. ' ' Tlio Speaking- To-day. At 2 o'clock to-day the Hon. Nor man . I. Coleaiaii editor or the Jiuml II orM, will address the Stockmen's .oaventioa. Uov. Coleman is oiui,,r the most logical rcasoners and fluent, speakers la the west, and from long study and practical experience, it il;!lVJiRh,yi",1ill,?I,tw,lh tl, 'l) jwt with winch he has to deal. The tiA.u-rri: indulges the hope that (here: will be a full attendance at the speak- III) Not, To-Night. I,,1,!, stated yesterday Hint (len. HtKhugh Lee 7mld lecture here to night, and at a later hour that he woidd not come at all, owing to high water, but Iroiu a dispatch received by Mayor Sim th Ir U n.,,..,..,..,.. ...V.1 .' tho dls.lngiilshed genHnau w "be here, (en. Lee telegraphs to tho mayor that he regrejs Aeeiily tmt scheihdes of trains will not permit to reach hero to ,iKiu, 'n,L ,., , ji U will me every'eifor to have ti,eStaffUV '' beforo o!,,S 0llt ' Nptlec. r,"b"rlbers to the Stockmen's Ball lfr"ii - lT "'..SC' tholr tickets ..uttonalbank. ' llwelly Stockmen Call No l W aM!.V,,,otl &,C,,1, drugbtorc clmir ami olnnrnM., eerscnaum plpia id(lorgT Tjfey WrtCHlcltobofoundinnieciiy1" 3-i-lW I ST. LOUIS. Further Roporto from the' Overflow Indian Torritory Railroad ' Routes. St. Louis, March 0. Dispatches from Helena, Arkansas say the breaking of tlio levee, live miles below there, will probably uotaflcct Helena, hut .should hack water threaten tho place, the cul vert of (he Midland railroad embank ment will be closed which will Insure safely. About 100,000 acres of hind will probably be ovorilowed by the breaking of the Eilzi.ugh levee and when it is considered that this section was Hooded last Year, that no oroiis of consequence wero inndo on it after the water subsided and that the own ers generally were la debt prior to that timo, some idea may be formed (il the condition of the people there ami what a strait they will be in- Late advices from Indian Territory are that Clcaeral Porter, chief military oiliccr of the Creek Nation, recently captured Sleeping Kahbll, second lii comniHiid u:id influence of the rebel faction, headed by Sploehco and KUiie half-dozen other leader of the Mime party and has them in confinement. i'Jiis will probably hrejk the back bone of the rebellion cifuse. Howard Cnderwood, bontenced to be hanged in Charleston, Mo., April Otli, for the murder of 1 telle Lucas, was allirmed by the supreme court and he will be executed. itcccnt utraugeiuents between the St. Louis and Santa Fe mid Kansiu. City and tho Fori Scott and CulfrailroadH, by which another di rect Kiulo Juts been opened between ?'", "'l ?. """ !!L. A,m'H ! y- wr im7,',v. v s from I !'" wt are seeking this routO, and 1 owing to the crowded condition of the ' pool load, gieat quantities of general f relglit are being olfeied this line botli here and at Kansas City. It is also expected tills louto will do a large business with points bevoud Kansas (.'Uy. Neither of ' then- roads Is ay i. in tlie southwestern ool 'm n,,i,,i J 1H- UKI1II.SI.S. ; Ivansas City, M'atchO. ('apt. W. II. Waldea, the president of the Kansas , City Oklahoma colnuvwhich lett lteio j recently for tho Indian Teiritory, lias , returned and says the other menibers i p are comiD" iioniu across the couatrv. , ,, ' ... i .. ... ...'? ', . ..." i i lie liri'.miinirr n rinmr i i,nr,i-i,i,i r., .,. ... . .. n;miiiiiissi.Hl in unci iiisianccs an- 1" intention of oiganl.ing ! ami iiiaking another start for the ceded lamis as soon as praclicahlc. Jle re- poris mat tlio remnant of Payne's band is la camp jicar Arkansas City, and Hint they contemplate another laid. SA.NSAJSA. Speuinl lo thti Qiixatte. San Saba, March court will ' convene Wednesday, lion. IX. 0. District heie next 1 1. Ward ol Durnclt has been telegraphed lor and win picautotis special judge. The trade which has been existing for some weeks between tho proprietor oithe San Saba AVieiaud J. W. Cody oi Luke Nunc, Mleliigan was siinuttcd to-day. con- PALESTIXK. Ssjiooiul to tlm rias-.otLi). Palestine, March" 0. Win. Ite; 'an, wlio came from Union Parish, La., was lumiu in a ternoiy (leiiienteil condition acre to-day and placed forsnfokeepiag in jail by the sheriff, wlioairested hiih after Regan had smashed into several ouses,,j,aic-ing w-eat alarm in town. .iiULiirofkyiartinent was i-i leil mil lasfiHht and with quick work slop ped a lire in tlio rear of Stein's hotel. Loss slight. A Strike. Sprlngtlold, 111., March 0. lietween J, "n sIx hundred men employed in niu juKiii-m inning anus are on aj strike bccaiibo of the employment ot iHJii-uiiiou men in some of thodepart nients. Some non-union men joined tho strikers. All depaitments except the plow plate mill are shut down. Tin: "dude." A runny Product or aietropi.llti.n Swell ur. fXow Vorlc U-tler.i Late advices from your eiiy an nounce that you have- no "dudes" here. Do you know what a "dudo" s. 1 he name was just given, T think in one of our daily papers to a curious specimen ol the genus homo which has lately appeared in New Yoik. He s young, thin, pale, often liatchet laeett, amo-st always narrow-chested and Mliall-llmlir.il lTtu .,. i.. tight trousers painfully accentuate his lack of nine. His coat and loin- ovor- oat are an axaggerated imitation of .. J..UIU Mi-cei siyie. and in tlio evea- ,A ".? "?'? a vcri nbbrevlnlcd "covei Loat. ' 1 his garment, in its normal so, has a raison d'etre. It is worn at "cover" nvi.r h. i.,... ..,,,1 ,..t ;'" .. '" . onui-l bur H.. ...1. .1..I. M,V ... """"-T, " uuni oi i iii !.... i .. ... ... ..,, inula id over even ing dross, producing an gIopi . wi,i,.i, i ttimmiiip to the minds f the unln itrt.cted. I taw a "dude" at New ort ast feuiiitner, at whom people were "ughing very much oi, a"c ,,uit of this same effect. As tlic( is " the temt,.,,;!!!'1" SI"". ' dLstanco ---- "wiiuiiiui ii cover-coat" ii.S'ft.W0 ,r,foreaco w" tin t Je lining of j-he former had come out ,, ,v ui .in J.SOUtUlaitV Irvnil- V.0(-'.'l.ls wearJa broad-bA'. ,', lUglt theal 111 tit ciSretle ilnds "a perm e.( o uj , s do the ilicsof tho valloy In 1 is S..1.1" ti'-i ,,0,,uny b0 "ecu la quaitit es . In IlelmoiUeo'seafe, and he Is u"t,,tlv - ! m.j-i. A UILIjIOX. Tlml tAmomH r iroue, Jl,..,witca , "tliilutlipOo,criiiiriifXeU Y.,ri.- 1 Now York, Marcli 8.One of H, ,i,.r' """"" .,"' "" cers "aniL em. ldoycs a pr.iyer aslting tho governn. i 'id now before ,feV&' The signers reprcbcul proKl.lvNi dollars of (he wealth We .f !! tdher six or s..t.,. ,..'?. Wty W. or tho city's total wealt 'i? ' widely i8trlbtitecl S I iVL80 v4 such comparatively J t ft have long enougl, to Uc ire W turesof owners of thiitt'ori ie 1? miiiiunHyirtli,.yfflttnA docs not appear that tUrJ ,..VV. ut n lorf or hail any desire to oh ' t.any kind or islgnatures. The , nfi J1 H tercsted persons, which ,&f Ifc on the petition, would iiicluileih' nearly every tenant of fW nearly every actual custom,,; ,ft elevated roa.ls, and nearly ovL,r lh on Manhattan Island, who lil idly goes to the , , a,.r . IVday's jwtitlnn IssKi mi,V men ho have chefs ccuSS?yf live in streets tiered from t 't'l fill structure and noise of tho X.. roads, and who go to I 0r iu ofl ccs down tow.?, and thcnRg? palaces up town In their own il Zlv. a peiHion in favor of Hvcmw " would be eagerly signed bytlionSS ' who carry draaer nails, wltl, u'lutii tlini. i.-t W.t.. , .u" 'Otto (Ions, andV thoso tc lis of "LW ' or (he city's population to wl J -cent ol expense Involved hi Ket-W? and from work is a penny S,fl? their already high rents. fiZ& ' is peiuioncd uy rich New Yorbw who are independent of thoelffl roads and do not u then,, t(H lie poor, who do need tliem'andS lo lls( f.linin In tin, nu, 1.,.,,. j "J)e n.. .:.. : : ,.::.. w'"vv,"j earn i livin l.Ml, 1....1. first si !". '" reals, ft u ,i instance (if Vi.w Vnrb In u,,t,,l. ii " ...V"W'J in l u i.i,t.:i c . hUtorr iilo ottliu city have urraye.l,tliemJS? In n body, on a auestlnn w, ...i.? iiw.t. Utivn iw,M.i.,.. I... j .. . " ica i , r J V v "Vo "Ul " npociilath-o I interest against the poor, wlio I, jsonal interest in the question is vciv matcrial and almost vital, 'rim'., of the governor is awaited with im! patience. - The following is the petition: "Th undersigned residents of the city New Vol k beg leave to represent to the governor that the bill now before him. known as the live ecnt fare bill is regarded with yre-t apprehension m abroach of faith eTii the puit of the o(.ale, and an attack upon the rights ht property, injurious to the stocks and bond issued and hold, based upon the chartered rights of the eorporalloM of (his state. They, therefore, rim. estly beg the governor to withhold hi? ' siun-ituro from tho bill." ', ' ca - - TV.1 FiiicltiiLshiN. M w, nie anest raisoas l ltlvHttU Jj-fl this citv are now to he seeu at""Sner?V ccr Jb Taylor's. Thoy aie the k3t w w t-'H'tlCIlL tlli-I oi-aieu imperial uetiesii brand; t!ie finest la the world. 3-2-lf& Noflco to Contractors. f Tho Foit Worth Driving lirkA5$ elation v. Ill receive sealed liroimiiua until iho 10th of March for Hie followj luir work; 1. For grading and draining track, 8: -'. i'orieneing in grounds, niiliu fence around tracks and stables. Profile plans and snecilieationsiottfE seen at the olllee of .1. J. Kane, ttrcliidl tect. M The us-ociation reser es the right toS rcicfit. anv ov nil IiiiIm S 'lly onfer of the president of board 6P uireetors. .1. K. ASiiliY. ::-2-to-:i-o Sec. and Sup t. The Parlor Jtestnuranr, Tho Parlor restaurant lias changed hands. New cooks, new waiters, nw proprietor, and every thing in season erved in first i class style. Tlio house.. is open day and night and prompt at' teatioa mid to snw'ial onlors. Din "v,n U1 soppei tieo for l'll''Hei ners or suppers gotten up on short lib- . tieo for narties or families nt reasonn-i hie terms. Itcgular meals at meab time, i!o ryiits; board by the weeld; Win. J. Stonehan. nronrietor and;' manager. 2-2'.'-tf "'ij, J'jiiiploynicut for All. $1 At the Intelligence ofYlcc over Fjrst i National Dank situations can be projE , cured for those out or employment. ' Eninlovers will savo time, trouble!! and extra expense by coming to us tojkt havo their wants bii'pplied. ''jjl.'is in consequence of the many strong ers coming into our olllee. we offer .superior advantages to landlords for; renting their property to which especial attention is mven. j I-ariaers would do well to call on lis,; as WO havo inmlir.nliiiiiu .liillv reL'L-i. tered for farm work. l' Also commission brokers for all; kinds of property. Telephone your o -oi dors. 3-2-s;!-tf ItoniNso.v & Ueckkb. Hereford Bulls. Dr. O. 15. Howett will sell Icii lugly. grade Ilerofnnl bolls ,u nmdlon oaS the publii! square at 1 o'clock slinr,:J Wednesday. :l-0-it 1 - ge, For Sale. Two houncs and lots south of T. &P- 4 track, fiontliiL' east, on Main btreet,. near Mrs. llyrno' residence. AM 1 one house and lot, fronting west, In -$! same locality. Aplv to U. G. Dun- -a- . f Driij; Store for Sale. Will sell, barter or exchange a laje6, ami assorted drug stock at usacriiic, Will (tike twn-flilrla in hind. GoOd1) tn.ton.. J. ... .. Jl1....!...! iwu.-jwiin mr selling, cor puriifui.,; .muress uruggist, lock box , Ui. shall, Texas. 3-0dw HIPOI'.TAKT. A riiinfloM AVatch filveu Awny. ' A (I mi rAll ,,..,(,,1, will ho irivell , to lliono of my bubscribers who will ,, take tho GAZirrri: from mo for tm i next six months. Tho list will ho held open for thirty davs only. eivInB5!" - an opportunity to secure a chance ' w tho isillln r, liniiil In vniir niiiiies j before It is too late. Parties falling - pay up promptly or letting their euh 'tvjk. ,nr me collection on Hie eW," , PnK !oro than five ce.S1 ft 'I lo pciltloi. is Kim," j i f, Jiftf ?lvely bytheitrwul ,,L .iI'n' ixS' urokeru, railroad owner l' "!erclufc tjr the met,, m if' W ' perhaps the gnw Ct ?"'. & names ever mu, ... "rray ftfj.? scripnon run longer inau ohu " orfeit their chance. J AS. T. MULTONf City ClrcKhilor. signatures to a 1.-. I SV "-VAAj ,.-r.-- ,-.-- r Itr.!". jirMf ktttf.v in U.--T33rjd8S i H--s" . tBSniar,' -f . 'i- A WtV iirocured ''4 '. .i t A!, , . '.. i(att- u4B IJtfHHteLi - smferjSm. , ...mm- "- j