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CELLULOID COLLARS 25c Each
CELLULOID CUFFS 50c Each
GOODS SOLD AS ADVERTISED
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Linen and Seersucker
Kilt Suits 2 to 5 yrs
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Taylor Barrs
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A M llrlttou H W Loinnx C 11 t BB < tt John NIcholN ami 1 It Newton
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FORT WORTH TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 11 1885
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NATIONAL AFFAIRS
MailiugOlerk in tho Ohnttano ga
PoitofUoe is Awarded tbs
Postmftstersblp
L 0 Moore a Oolorod UtMoinbor
the Mississippi Legislature Re
celres a Berth Under Lamar
Eow
President Olmland Ootuts
Views of Business Men in
Making Appointments
of
tho
AN OLII HKKVAN1 DKAD
Hpeclal o the Uatellv
Washimiton July IC ht Chiw
P Schtuitlt a clork In tho llfth nudtt
ore olllco of tlio trensury tiled jester
tiny at tliu ugo of eighty lie had
been Ju tho department between
twenty and thirty years and was a
peraoiiRl friend of Heoretary Chaso
UllOVKItM rUIIUV DKriNUU
Kptilul totliodatetle
Washinuion July 15 The up
poliiluieutuf G N Marlln as post
maBtor at Chnttanooga Tonn which
wa ntiuouuoed o day id llkily to ore
ato a ireat stir In Tonnemiu It lllus
tratea the method of tho prcildent In
making his appointment Martin
was tho malllngclork In tho olllco
and while a consistent Dotuooral hud
bten retained by the Ilopubllcau post
master lieciueo ho was a faithful
and cfllclcnt olllclal There was
a larjjo number of candidates
for the postiuintcnhlp who wore
backed by nutuerous recommenda
tions Senator Jaokson Indomod ouo
man autl Senator J farrls and tho con
Kresemau from the distiiot united on
another man Tho contest was a very
lively one but the president passed
over all tho promlnont candidates and
selected this man who had not ap
peared In tho contest at all except by
tho filing of a simple application for
tho place
A COLOltKU MlHSISSIllIAN 1IVKS A
riAOE
Hpoclal totlioUarette
Wabhimiton July 16 L J
Mooro formerly of tho Mississippi
Ipgialnturo from Issatpiona county hus
been appointed mtsowugtr in the dec
retarya ollloo In tho Interior depart
ment JIo was appolutoi on the
recommendation of Senator Walt
hall and was indorsed by tho congress
man of his dlstrlot As a member of
tho loiIUftturo Mooro acted with tho
Democrats In every contest When
Bonator Goorgu wus elected ho con
tinued to vote for Mr Walthall oven
after Ills namo was withdrawn
now UHUTKUri AIIOINrMKNrS AUK
AiAiii
Wa iunoios July IB Iho presi
dents habit of seeking information
with rogard to public allUIra from
other than tho customary olllclal
sources has already become a matter of
considerable comment Kecontly a
prominent business man in one
of tho Middle states
whoso uatfio is entirely unknown
in politics became personally
interested in tho proposed transfer of
an orllclal from one post to another
and wtoto the prtsldent giving his
reasons in a businessmans way lor
opposing tho change whioh reasons
were oh it lly personal to tho olllclal
tho order for whoso transfer had al
ready Boon lrsucd The president
wrote in reply Hint he appreciated tho
validity of the reasons whioh had been
given him anil would counter
mand tho order for tho trans
fer Ho also expressed a
wish to meet his correspondent
whenovir the latter should llud him
self In Washington A brief friendly
correspondence grow out of the epi
sode aud tho gentleman who had
business at tho capital on a recent Sat
urday called at tho White House
Althojgh the new custom excludes
vlsltoisou that dny tho caller was
cordially greeted Tho president Hat
for an hour conversing with him aud
spoke freely upon many general mat
ters of public policy Ho expnsscd
a determination to have
none but good men In olllco
and said with some emphasis that
when a > olltfelaii deceived him In
maUInc a recommendation for an
olllce thut would end that mans In
lluence with him
Among the topics rofcrrod to more
particularly was tho selection of Col
lector Jleddon for the port of New
York Tlio preiddent Is reported to
have said that this was not made In
compliance with thoBiiggestloiHif any
politician or any political organiza
tion but solely wtu a
view to meeting as far as
possible the viows of tho business
mon To ascertain what these viows
were ho > tlio president had first set on
foot a private Inquiry among the busi
ness men to seu whom they would
like to have In this placo In this
way Heddons name was brought to
the presidents attention and there
after tho Inquiry was pur
sued more definitely to ascertain
If ills appointment would bo accepta
ble The result was strongly alllrtna
tlvo and tho appointment followed at
the proper lime Tlio president said
ho was giving personal attention to tho
matter of appointments ami that the
personal II nets of the applicant for
the olllce sought was tho IIret question
consldvred
1lie fiatlonnl Cotton Kccuaiige
WJIUKHUMIIOK HlltlNOS GllKKtf
HitiKiiCot ntv W VAJuly 16The
ninth biennial convention of tho Natio
nal Cotton Exchange of America met
today V H Gardner or Mobile Ala
president otllcd tho convention to
order II He1 of New York vlco
and J II 1arkerorNew
Bresident secretary were present Six
local exchan b were represented At
thoopenlng the president road an ad
drees congratulating tho convention on
the frulta of the national exotiatigo In
dovclopltig Hie general and local In
lerestsof tho member and manufac
tures and furnlfhng slat si Icar in for
mation Iho addiess also recommend
ed an oxpronlon or the vlowa or tho
body rw to the basis of values ami tho
continued colnago oallvor There aro
present o far thirty members
A Stock man Shot
Hperlal tolho Unrette
CorxmAiK Tix July 15 J 1
Hllor n citizen of this place also a
prominent stookman wag shot through
tho thigh by Hhrrlll ltsy of Mldliimt
county this mornlug
THIS IX L ASO ALTAItt
Ool Britton on tho Scono Tho Oourt
Ilousetobo Finished ntOnco
HpuclnltotboUaxttttv
KlIaso Tix July If Col JH
Hrltton of Dallas of tho llrm of UrlU
ton A Long courthouse contraclors
arrived this morning aud several hun
dred oltlxons havo called on him and
tendered him assurance of their conll
donco in his honor and Integrity Col
Hrltton today dissolved tho llrm of
Hrltton Long and will endeav
or tomorrow to arrange with
tho commissioners court which
meotH to consider tho
question oi tho completion ot the
courthouse
A largo force Is at work on tho build
lug aud Col Hrltton says If tlio ar
rangement Is made which ho desires
tho structure will bo Mulshed In six
weeks
Notwithstanding tho disclosures al
ready made John Long has qulto a
number of friends who boldly assert
his Innocence
AAIUU10AX lliJItltlSWS
Closing Session of tho Union Confer
onco
Hr Louis Mo July 15 Tho s > c
oud days session of the oauncll of tlio
Union of American Hebrow Congre
gations mot again this morulm Tho
opening prayer wan delivered by
Habbl Joseph Schwab of Ht Joseph
MoTho
Tho report of tho committee on
synods stated that it was
contrary to the constitution to oroate
an ecclesiastical body
Tho committee on Sabbath schools
rocommended tho organization of a
Sabbuthschool union as soon as twen
ty congregations asseiitod to tho propo
sition
Tho committee reports on civil and
religious rights on correspondence on
accounts on a Hebrow union college
and on lluances tho latter recom
mending an appropriation of fdOVXl
less tliu uuexpiuued balance of f l
174 HI were road aud adopttd Ad
journed
NIAGARA lWIiLS
Tho Park on tho American Sldo Pro
sontod to tho Braplro State
NiAtuitA Kama X Y July 15
Tho day oponed beautifully and every
thing Indicated Unit tho ceremonies
this afternoon would be concluded suc
cessfully but tho rain spoiled the
hopes The city rs crowded und all
the Incoming trains wero filled with
peoplo from Now York Pennsylvania
Ohio aud Canada Tho exerolmn of
tlio day wero begun with tho lirlng of
ouehtiudred guusatsiiurlse this morn
ing Hon ICrastus G Brooks presid
ed over tho oxerclsee Tho oeromo
tlio wore simple but slgnlllcaut
All the business houses of the city
were decorated aud the streets pre
sented a gorgeous appearance
At an Informal mooting of thocom <
mission held at the Cataract house
this morning tho following dispatch
was read
London Knoi anii July 11 isi
lolliu llepieaontitllvrN of tliehlale or Now
ork at Niagara Kails
The Commissioners ilcservatlon
socloty congratulates the state of Now
York on securing Niugara Kails to the
public
Notwithstanding the rain tho com
mittee of arrangements decided thut
tho ceremonies should not be post
poned uud accordingly tho speaker
and as many as posilblo of the visitors
assembled under tho roof of tho
pavilion aud at tho appointed tlmo
Bishop Cox commenced the proceed
ings witli prayer Mr Dorshelmer
then read a letter from the govoruoi
general of Canada expressing his re
grets at not being ablo to be presont
ExLleutUov Dorshelmer president
of tho commission then mudo the pre
soutatlou address aftvr which Gov
Hill accepted tho reservation on behalf
of tho peoplo of the state of Now York
There woro about twcntyll vo thousand
people in tho park In whioh the pavil
ion had been creeled
Ux Gov Tlldon sont a telegram to
tho commissioner expressing his re
gret at not being able to attend
Tho following telegram was also re
ceived
WiKuiNuioN l > t July 11
To J It Delano KarCliairinau etc
Dkaii Sin Your Invitation In be
half of the cltleus of Niagara Falls to
rttend tho opening of state reser
vation at that place on the 15th
Inst is at baud and I should
be glad to bo present upon the Interest
ing occasion but rtgrot to say that
olllclal duties will deny this pleasure
to me With thauks to thscltlxinsof
Nlagaa Kails forthecordlallty of their
Invitation and the tender of their hot
pltallty I am yours very truly
OitOVKIt CfivniANi >
Addresses wore mudo by distin
guished personage Including I1eut
Gov itoblnson of Canada and Ally
Gen Mowatt After the slnglugof
the hymn America and the Dor
ology the exercises were closed with
the benediction by Bishop Cox
VOL X NO I
A TEXAS POOL
Tho Representatives of tho Railway Iu
toresta of tho Southwest Moot
in Convention
Object of Mooting to Carry Out Arrange
ment Perfeotod for n General
Pooling of Bushiest
J8TB
A Five or Ten Years Pool to be MttU
Ooly fellmlnary Business Trans
acted Yesterday
QAlAUhTOV Tkx July 15 A
railroad conference of much impor
tance to Texas Jouisana and the
Southwest convened in this olty
today All tho Texas reads
aro represented The object
of tho oouferenoo Is to csrry otit an
agreement signed in Now York about
the 27th of Juno last between Mr Jay
Gould representing tho Missouri Pa
olilo railroad C P Huntington rep
resenting the Southern Paoillu
George Scaly ropreeontlng tlio Guir
Coloiado aud Santa Fo system aud B
G Clarke receiver or tho Houston
Texas Central
Theso gentlemen at New York
agreed upon a general pool or all iittsl
ness roi tho period or live or tell years
said roads to work ollenslve aud de
fensive with each other
Tho pneut conference la for tho
purpose of arriving at a basis ror this
general pool previously agreed upon
Tho billowing centlenuu aro in at
tondanco at tho conference
VIcolresIdent H M Hoxlo and
Mastor of Transportation W H Nuw
mau of the Missouri Pacific
General Mauagor A C Hutchinson
Traltlo Manager J G Bohrlever and
General Freight Agent I V Glbbs or
tho Southern Paolllo company
President Geurgo Soaley and Gen
eralManagir Wtnstor Snyder ol the
Guir Colorado Sunt a Fe load
Receiver Dillingham General Man
ager Waldo General Freight Agent
Ripley and General Passenger Agent
Faulkner representing the Houston A
Texas Central road
ThoToxasldt IiOulsNatrnwGuHgo
system Is represented by Treasurer 1
It Fish and General freight Agent
Dodgo who arc acting ror their n
colver
Tho meeting today was merely pie
llmluary No buduiss was trai > na > ited
beyond thepirfeotlngolauergai if tou
ami appointing various committee
President Bealey of the bantu Ko wan
chosen chairman or the conference
It la believed the conference will con
tinue ho vend days although a number
of tho committees are expected to
report tomorrow The Indications
point to tho harmonious consumma
tion of thoobjeotof thoineotlng Womu
contention is likely to 6usue lu thu
matter of llxlng tho percetitsge
In he pool but all tlio
membera express belief that such
percentage will bull mil ly anaugud iu
all the roads aro HiillVrhig totniry
from the present traillo rates
Tho agreement signed at New
York previously mentioned pro
vided further that If the pvi
centsges in tho pool aro not otherwise
agreed upon they shall bo arbitrated
aud a Joint pool commission shall be
selected to make rates and monthly set
tlements It will bo seen therefore
that If tho presont conference of man
agers falls to agree upon a basis topyol
tho business recourse to arbitration
muy be had but unite of the levllng
members of tho conference ex pi ess ho
belief that arbitration will be uecei
sary
Blrctlon at Big Spring
Hpeclal to tlm rlatotlo
Uni BiiUNd Tis July 15 In
the election today ror city olllcois G
W Walthall was oleolcd mayor
1 ho Citizens IJekot was elocled over
the Independent ticket Tonight tlm
citizens celebrated by u grand imil at
the courthouse
STHANUhii > TO DHATI1
Confederate of Bornertho Cause of tho
Cincinnati Riot Hanged
CiNHit ATiOiiioJulyilriiooxo
cutlon of Joseph Palmer colored this
mornlug Is Die last that can take place
lu this county under the present luw
which designates tho Ohio peultentl
ary as the place ror all rutiiro execu
tions
Palmers crime was the murder or
William H Kirk In his stable on Die
afternoon of December 21 18HI1 Tim
object or tho crime was ribbsiy
William Horner and Palmer
both or whom had been
employed by Kirk planned
and executed the murder They wero
almost immediately arrested aud both
confessed each churglng tlio other
with having struck the fatal blou
There was a verdict lu Htrnerscsse of
manslaughter That verdict whs tlio
chief Incitement of the riot lu which
tho courthouse was burned In March
1SBI Horner Is now lu the Ohio pen
itentiary serving out Ills sentence of
twenty years Palmer had boeu un
usually stoical though ho had riueutly
permitted the mlulsiratloiiB or a Cutli
nlli pilest
The cxoculoii was private in the
Jailyard thoscall ild bdug shieldeil
from view by a stoue wall aud I ergo
awning Promptly ut 10 oclock i ho
condemned man was led to the gl
lows where a short prayer was sail by
the pries Pulmr said notli
imr Tlio deputy shsrlHV were
so exoltcd that thoy could sasreely
siij ist the rope At two minute of
III oclock tho drop fell but Palmsr
wus such a powerlulyouug Mlo Umt
his neck was nut broken tje
writhed fearfully and at the e < f
twentynix minutes th siieri
unuueed tho execution ov > r bit in
body was not cut down till sotue lim
later
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