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Fort Worth gazette. [volume] (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1891-1898, October 08, 1894, MAILABLE EDITION., Image 2

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American Offiesrs Vltli Their Army
Tlier Are Maklntf FrUndi of tua
Cnraana unit Un th Ueapet
All fhft Great IotrrN4
Grcalinm on Core
Ban rranclsco Oct Advices re
ceived here from Yokohama announce
the fltrlval there from the United
States of Ye Sung1 Bun Soo the Corean
minister to tVaablnirLon who is on hla
return to Coreo They also give soma
Interesting details of that celebrated
chapter In the correspondence betwten
tho United States and Japan which
culminated In the letter from Secretary
Ore ham to the United Status minister
JJutin touch 111 u Japans attitude to
wArVUt Corea which had been tho sub
Jeot of 00 much comment In tho United
Btatca U will be remembered that
At tho time Japan was In cwnplote
military possession of heoul the Jor
ean capital her demands were sweep
ing being as follows An urifnWalloi
of the suites and service of the revenue
outers of the various department
the upiuluunent vf a now minister
In charge of commercial Intercourse
and foreign relations
The publlo road must be widened
ami railroad and telefraph lines bo
built by the government between Seoul
11 nd ottur Important plae a Tne num
ber of Guvvrmuent buruaus be re
duced and the salaries uf oniolals suf
ficiently lncreovd so that they may
live properly Tim system of recorder
ut rtctlpts and disbursements of the
tfjvcrnment must be changed and a
wuy of liicreaflliiir the publlo revenues
determined on Who monetary system
must b uhanged New rules and
regulations fur the manafement of the
custom housrni must be adopted One
farming lands of all tho pi ovinias
must be rwurveyed and numbeiel
for purpusts of luxation In order that
the amount needed for publlo Improve
ments may be raised Tho administra
tion of Justice Is changed Military
oilher must be educated end the old
system of tho army and navy must
be abolished and mmranlMKl on a
modirn bants The police system must
bt th > rougiily rsorffiuiUed and stations
tstnbllshed In Seoul and other 1m
portunt places The school s > stain
must be rvorranlxed
Jo Ihtee demand Coreo Irtpllel that
ulic wan alii had fur many ytum bvon
lnsiltutlntr such chantes In the tfuvern
uti mat r8t m as tin publlo rttiHtuea
would support an 1 that It realised the
Dup < Ji ur mllltury power of Jupan which
thiy would ttot uslst They hoped
that the national Independent would
t rtsptUed and that the Japanese
troops then In possesulun uf the capital
would I s withdrawn At the minx
llmu the kliiK Instructed the Cur an
mlnlttUr at Washington to rcpreaut
tti < condition of thine to the Umttd
states to the end that their Influemo be
used to withdraw the Japaneee trou n
und to bc the Umud blates Ij carry
out the obligation it had assumed In 11 e
urtlUe In the tiealy of 1WB reading
If other puwers deal unjustly or
oppiepslve y with either Kowrnmmt the
other will expect their itood uiUiee un
belnc Informed of the vase to bring
about au amicable arrangement thu
ittuwlnu their friendly r etiutr
t Herniary Urevham resfomkd to this
app al by communlcatiufr with both
i and Japan In Cor Las intereit
i Ulna a rued to withdraw her troops
but Japan declined to do to J hen the
tteeietury addressed the celebrated note
if Instruction1 to Minister Dunn whloh
nft r Humming up the situation an I the
oMliatlm of the United Htatos con
t luiU 1 Jn the ftllowlnff words Cher
Ijltlntr sincere frlrmlehlp for both Japan
und Carta the United BUtou Indulge tho
hope that Coren s Indepentfanc and
av t reljtntj w lit bs respected You
arc lnstru trd to any to tho novel lament
nt Uoklo that the president will be
painfully disappointed should Japan
visit upon her feeble and Indefensible
neighbor the horrors of un unjust war
lluir KeutrHl
Rome Oct 7 telegram from Pe
kin onnrutires that the Italian minis
ter noting under Instruction from hli
ro erntncjit Tios ordered the Italian
representathe at Seoul to observe the
strictest mutrallt and conn no himself
to strlctl dlplumallo octlorTln oidT to
ui far us possible aold dlftVultles
during the present strugcle He has
ntnt > addremed a note tn i > t It Hung
onnn offering paelDc advice to the
Chinese government Jt in further sail
that he declined to agre to th views
rrntaJtied In a note nddressed by
Tsln M Hung Ynmen to the rfpre
s < ntathe accrvdlttd to the Pekln court
by the terms qf which China souaht to
limit the rights of neutral power to
fnedom or navlgath < ot Coresn wa
ters The ltrltUh llusalan and French
representative forwardet a similar an
ewer to lain 11 Hung Yemen
Serltiiii Yltunllou
London Oct 7 Inquiries made by
the Asnoclated Press mrraspondent
among merchants engaged In the China
trade show that alarm for the safety
of foreigners In China lias badly affec
ted Kngllsh exports notably Manrhee
jtoods to Shanghai The foreigners
In Shanghai nunher nbout 20H In Tien
Tain 200 In New Chwang to in
Hankow SOOj In Tachang T5 Kin It I am
100 Wuhu W Chin Klmr IWi Chin Kin
1 and A total of JOOO In Nlng Poo
Ue Chow h > o Chow and Amoy In
the event < t tho overthrow of the
powers nt Pekln It ta regarded certain
thete merchants suy It wilt be followed
immediately on the Yang Tsklanif
by attempts upon the lives of all for
ClitnrMO Hiinulug
New York Oct 7 A dispatch from
Rhangbal says Telegrams fromMouk
den reports that thousands of Chlneao
Botdlers are passing through that city
In wild retreat
The Japanese army are believed to
tmve arrived there now aided by 1000
nrmed Coreans The empress Dowager
Is expected to wield aome power In
Id Money Mnrket
London Oct 7 During tho past
week the money market relapsed Into
lethargy The only probability of Im
provement lies In the Issue of foreign
loans The prospectus of a new
Itoumtntan loan of S 000 000 pounds
lias been lesued llestdea the Chinese
and Japanese loans Australia an
Ppalo are likely to Issue loans If
thty are liflufd the money rates In
Jrfindon wilt be tailed Tub canard
relative to AnglorVenoh dispute had a
serious effect on the market hero
Many weak speculators v ere shaken out
but wary operators knowing the uource
of the scare took advantage ot It to
reap a good harvest Tho Paris and
other Kuroptan bourses were less
effected than London Continental
operators knowing that the rumont
were unfounded bought freely in Lon
don The position ot the market was
wtrengthened by the elimination of
weak operative but much nervousness
remains on account of the Chinese
Japanese war the Illness of the czap
and the political situation generally
The closing prloes of the week were a
trine lower American securities at the
close were better the tone of the mar
ket having been less affected than that
of other departments but showed n
factional loss on the week Xqu1 v111
end Nashville woe down 2 Central Pa
cific Frl seconds Mlmourt raelne and
Norfolk and Western were each down
Canadian Pacific was firmer
Ardmnre Kep tinilfi
Ardmons I T Oct 7 Special
Officer Julllnm acting tinier Instiif
tlons from the Ardtnore board of irade
this morning clo i the doors of four
business houses he found open and
doing business on Sunday They will
be prosecuted for selling goods on the
Habbath day
Ktrlkcra Meet
New Bedford Mass Oct 7 The
Amalgamated Confeience committee of
tho strikers met this afternoon to dis
cuss tho recommendation of the state
board of arbitration and a committee
was appointed to confer with manufac
turers at 1 oclock tomorrow It is the
general opinion among mill men that
the conference will resutt In the termi
nation of the strike
Hnh Hern Mnmmluu
Houston Tex Oct 7 Ilev O C
Itanltn Methodist tonight preachd
the first of a series of sermons on the
gambling houses fiunday saloons va
riety theatets and otheV forms of lc
llo has visited the places of this kind
doing buslnesi In Houston and will
talk from personal observation Ills
latg church was packed to Its ca
Hoar bmi sells or exchanges your
school books 00 Main street
Dr Tlrolles has removed to the Dun
dee block Heventh and Houston struts
Ir lllak dentist graduate Xhlla
delphla Dental volUge otTlQe Ihlrd an I
Main streets
George U laune funeral director an 1
embaltner Tull assortment of under
takers goods Takew full charge of
funerals and furnishes all necessary re
quirements No 8M West Weatherrml
street Port Worth Tex Telephone 157
O T Herring of Vernon la at the
M O Itamsny of Yoakum Is ut tho
H Ilrln of llrownwood is n guest at
the Mansion
J nt miswell of Uranbury It ft suest
at the Pick wick
W I 1 raves of Childress Tex Is a
gusst at the Mansion
V C Hant ef Corelctitm s among
the late arrivals ut the PUkwlck
B It Webb nf llalrd Tex is among
the late arrivals at the Mansion
II L Arnold and U T Whlttaker of
Mlneial Wells are ut the Manalon
W 8 Mat rey of Channlng U In the
city on business a guest of the Jdk
e W Hleere canirt over from Dallai
yesterday and registered ut the Pick
1 I Dodd of Atlanta Tex is In the
city on business a KUest of the Man
It K Ulacksone of Webber Palls I
T Is among the guests ut the Man
et on
Joe Dlrlts well known to th mem
bers of Port Worth Typogruhloal un
ion has returned from a pleasant so
journ In tl Louis
M VIS It IIIM V lit 13
lint She Jt y It Nculeeted Uer U lien
The polli o uro hunting for a n < gro
named Jordan Thomas who U aoouned
by his wife of threatening to kill her
last night It li said that he neg
lected her wlille In n delloate condition
so that she was forced to go to her
mothers house for care and attend
ance He has of late been trying to
forre her to rvturn home which hi
refused to do He followed her and
her mother home from church last
night and frightened them away from
Hit tr houto
He then lied when the alarm was
given but at last aocounts he had
not been found
A liioil 1 ninlly lloran
Assistant Chief Matkln Is feeling very
well over a bargain In hoieo nosh he
made at the sale of Mlisourl stock
hers a short time ago llo drove the
animal when he took hla wife out In a
enrrej on a pecan hunt to a point
ubimi nine miles south on the Cleburne
toad yesterday afternoon The norther
which came up at 0 p in caught them
unprepared and they were very coll
and very anxious to get home Theio
fnr they were glnd that the gool
horse made It home In an hour and five
minute by the watch And that la why
Mr Matktn la glad of hU bargain
von Kiuaii
The dcnlaii Day uf thnienuitt < u Me
The observances of Yum Klppur the
Jewish day of Atonement will It gin
Tuesdav evening and continue tint I
W < dnosda > ee Vilng The Jewish New
Year was celebrated as rated in the
Quiet I e with formul ceremonies nrd
hreut Interest at the beginning ut loot
week The reter of Yum Klppur are If
anything mure Impressive and will
be well attended
riituNi muxtiov
Mr Holt Harris who was formerly
wtth Jeffries Combs A Co but late a
partner In the nnn of Bowlder Uroe
Harris ban disposed of his Interest In
that firm and accepted a position with
McCordColllns Commerce company as
traveling representative
Mia Ada Schleicher of Albuquerque
N M who has been Melting Mrs Ud
O to for several weeks was called home
Inst night on uooount of the serious UN
ness of her mother
O A It Mini V 11 c
The nexl open meeting will be held
at the corner of Second snd Houston
streets Monday evening October 8
ISM A full attendance of both orders
Is requested as important business per
taining to the W It C will be brought
before the meeting
Southern r eldo AWvilc
San Anton to Tex Oct 7 The
spreading of a rail threw a freight
rtaln from California off the Southern
Pacific track here this afternoon Three
cars were smashed up Total loss
In e p Wafer
Pan Franciseo Cal Oct t The At
Untlo Trust company of New loik ras
A but of equity in the United States
circuit court praying for a Ncelver
and the foreclosure on a mortgage eng
the propertj of th Woodbrldg rflnat
and Irrigation < ompan > The iffalra
of the canal company It Is nll > d Iiavo
been mismanaged It control s b miles
of Irrigation ditches la San Joaiuld
NorelMi Seldom Ott Our Silvery Kstdllte
In theltlghtlUce
The novel I its will not let Hh young
mooa or the credent moon alone and
thteo times out of four they contrive to
gtt It into tho wrong place Ifow to ex
plain the conviction that haunts the mlndi
ot so many of them that th crescent moou
may bo seen afmoiti any fine evening ris
ing gracefully in the east Is altogether be
yond us Tho joint Bvoins to be one for
psychologists Here Is n thing that nsver
was soon since tho world began and yet a
nuinter of othorwlae sano gentlemen are
firmly persuaded that It Is a regularly
recurring natural phenomenon
Surely the philosophy of this halluHna
tion detarres Investigation The lnib cum
that has como under our notice Is a well
written story called A Comedy of
Masks by rnrnest Dawson and Arthur
Moore Two friends aro sitting out one
bummer ereulnglor king over the Thames
and the itory gooa on By this time tho
young muun hud rlien and Its cold light
shimmered over the mUty river A nor
dltt nerd not bo au astronomer but ho
should at least try to draw from nature
and should not protend to havo seen the
young moon rising at tho hour when 11
Was being lacked off to bed
Home day perhsrs a little acqunlntnncs
at first hand with tho broade c facts of na
ture vrlll Lu thought requisite for writ
ing a good novel but the ttnio Is not yet
McAiillmclf our novelists would try tu buaf
In mind that the young moon lllto other
young things goes to bed early that nature
docs not tnut It out lato at night thoy
might yet Into the way of seelng it at th4
right time and In tl e right places and net
treat us to cold shimmers that uro only
moonshines lu thu ltust favorablo sense of
he tarm
A slogular blunder occurs In an artlcls
cntlUfd Isotes 1 rom n Marino Itloluglcul
I alxratory written by a man of science
and a college preessor and j rlnted lu th9
February number of this magazlnu II
reads hs follows It wus a bomitlfully
clear und starry bl Ct vvlion wo sailed
Into Wludwurd i > aasage The gray moun
tains of Cuba outlluiil against the north
crn horizon were slowly fading from view
where tho crcucent moon tow out of Us
wares lu tho oast Popular Bch uce
A Gwutleman V lio Xongeil Ur it DUh ol
Orllled KUplittiits toot
About tho manuer of eervlng their food
patients somvllinee have curious fancies
In one ease a woman porshtontlv refused
to ttto her beef teu unless tho brood which
ooocrapanled ft was cut tu the shapo rf
diamonds while lu another IB was always
rieoessary tusurve tliefcxid lu ubluo basin
for out of nothing else whatever would
she take uourlthment
A boy who was attacked with scarlet
fever e ho wed Kteat dlslucllimtlcn to take
food but finally ngreett to swallow wha9
was necessary provided he was fuel lu tht
folio win j way The beet ten or whatever
was to be ilvun tilin was rut Into a sliver
toupot 1hci out WMploio1 In liU mouth
aud In this miumurtho food wus poured
down his throat
Au elderly Reutlemauwho hud ipcnt
much of his tlmo hunting lu frlci on
being uaLcd If he fnnoltd any jatthulaf
dlih replied that howoullllko a bit of
elephants footl Un l eriiy Mt o zZ
h rst I m itfsh la a dainty
and nourlihlug one but thu prl o of ele
phant In lids country being prohibitive
this cl daily Mm rod wus foroed to content
himself with a beefsteak Instead
A clergyman with a Irokcu lea bud a
great longing tu put on a pair of stilts n
pastime which be had nuver yet tried
while a m u whoso leg had been uniputut
cd although admitting tbo lmpraetlei
blllty of the wish declared that a 1 hhbIoh
for skating had so seized upon 1dm since
tho loss e > f his limb that he regret tod bo
log operated upon chlailyon that account
London Answeis
Croclit ut rjuhtaualda T ble
Atnltlghlyelaborated wedding In own
tho guctts were said to have devilojxxl thu
most uttonlidilng appetites and n regular
mob of men tue k poMuMlon of tho costly
viands thereby excluding tho women
from the supper room and preventing the
waiters from serving an person In the
rooms beyond 1 he manners of the crowd
were Mvcroly rrltlelsetl by spectator M
the time and loud were the com inputs c
those who tried In vain to get even a plate
of lie cream for timitidies In their chargn
It wus said such a lapse of breeding roul 1
not hapjMjn cUew here but what will thoso
sufferers my w hen they learn that it elmllnf
nuhclaosod by them as hoggish oc
curred at Buckingham pnlnoo ut n r > ecn
stato ball
flood heavensl Itlght under roynltyi
nose the blghe t nrHtoiracT fought Ilia
so many cubs for thu boxes of bonbons
which adormd the supper table and If
report uys true displayed temper when
deprived of tho sweats the thought to
carry hoiuu U such secnes ni wotild dls
frraoe a cako walk take place In the haul
monde with holt a tcoroof nnallots look
hig on Dost on nettl not ftct very sore
about It owu bad manners People be
come very hungry at state balls aud elab
orate wtddtugs ai 1 thats all there U
Aboutlu A hungry mnuvvllt do enythlnj
toupotue Ms humrer whether It Is in a
palace or a hotel Uostou Hurald
Tti Country 1 ill tor
Ihrro Is no man onrorthwhodocs more
for tho community In whloh lie live than
tl o editor of acouutry newspaper Toll
Ing cuoselesily from one jours end to an
other often with lmuftclent help and un
able tu secure assistance he manages to
Issue rrgulsrly his weekly paper
No entertainment Is trojreted by tho
church that he U not called on to giro It
a tree luff Uucitliendlcs hU column
are thrown open for liberal oHtunrlos
white births and weddings are all noticed
andnrclof considerable length For any
enterprise of any Und the commuulty
looks for looinlug
In a thousand ways he lidps his ooun
ty aud every lsue of hU pa > cr Is worth
a grvhl deal to his community Ilu few
jH > opIe appreelato tho duties the country
editor must overcome to get his pnptruut
He U abnnt as hardworking and a poorly
paid as an average 1iborer In the couutry
Southern Ulster
lV > td Flowers
A large number of flowers aro bored as
It Is believed by bumblebees They col
Icct the nectar In this way Instead of eng
toting by the mouth of the flower Hr J
Schncck of Mount Csrmol lilt nne of
our most observing botanists belluvci
theo are not bumtlebees members ot
the genus bombiis but belong to the
gepus xylocopa popularly known as bor
er or carpenter bees He has certslnlj
seen these creatures slitting the tubwoJ
clover and bumblebees entering th mouti
la thonsusl way Mrehaas Monthly
KllleCV Chtrokee
Vn Hurto Vrk Oct Near 8al
lUuw I V Nathan Jones a deputy
United states marshal shot and killed
Newt Prye one of the wealthiest Cher
okees In the nation Frj shotatjoms
first and was attempting to shoot
again when killed J nes was guard
ing a prisoner whom iryo was de
sirous of releasing
Arlington ites
Arlington Tex Oct 6 Allen Itobl
sen has sofd his farm to Mr X < ow of
Johnson county for 13 000 Mr Roblson
will with his family move to South
Texas soon to reside permanently
llorah Wilkerson a Infant son died tO
A new school houv Is being built
at Thomas Chapel three miles south
west of here
Miss Maggie Hox and Mr J W
Crompton will mafrj tomorrow
J W Ditto and A W Collins have
bought the city residence and prop
erty of Allen Itoblson for which they
paid K0OO Wb afternoon
A lresbyterl in missionary society
has been organized here Mrs M II
Craven president
Wanted Atiotlmr Act
I lite the way Gilbert and Sullivan
have ot writing their operas In twuacts
but I didnt like the way tho Pirates wai
billed when I played In It in San Fran Cis
co some years ago said GoorggFrothing
hum the noted slngur
IIiq printer made a mistake and put
on the programme Cumlu Opuru In Throe
ActsInstead of two Tho audience never
knew that there was anything wrong
Wo ave the performance all tight and It
went beautifully Therewas a big curtain
call after tho first act and every ono ot ua
bad to como out and bow Tho peoplo
could not get euough ot It It teemed
Well we did Juit as well lu tho second
act und everything wits encored tlmo und
time again till our throats weri trctty
well worn out Hut wo hud to respond
to n call no matter how tired wo got
Finally tho curtain went down on tho
Iriit act the green curtain and wo
thought It vmis all over thoujh we waited
for a tulL which camo with n vengeance
Tho curtain was raised ugaln and wo
stood thero and bowed and then dropped
It Hut the audience wero still In their
smts There vra no getting up for them
Tho musician1 climbed down under tho
stngo and wero cutting ready to go home
when tho gasman rushed back snd sdd
that tho people woul Int lot htm put thu
lights out TLwy thought there mm an
otlicr net tho programme said to aud
they wero going to ituy and see It They
wouldnt bo bunkoed by a lot ot Hoston
people Well wo were afraid of u riot
and didnt know what to lt till there l
gun to bo cries of Manager uud wo bent
the stage mmiagcr out to make au ex pi tl tin
tlon lie did It n well ad lit ould uud
thu people gradually got up grumbling
und went homo Boston Traveller
ANurel 31 ml Ilmlh Treatm i I
There Is nothing purtlcuUrl enticing
In tho sound of mud baths and thoie
who have tried them at Homburg aud oth
er places And them not agreeable ftb cxpe
r noea howcior elllcaolous the > y may bj
as n treuttnimt Atuiost apas theproce ii
Is simply that of pouring mul Into onus
bath but ot noino Itnllau Kiths to which
tho fash Ion t lily fclcU are turntuga travaler
who bus taki n them finds that they arc
quttodtftVnnt Tho mud lu a hot and
almost dry f > rm much of the eonsUUnoy of
brick cluy li applied locully o those purU
of the bod wnhh ure utTected Thu ya
I tlen tiles on a stnw bed on which liplaovel
a bbcet Th attendant having ascertain
cd tho stiff et lug purls daubs thutu to the
thickness of ir il Inchon w lth thu i
Le tvaUi Jtu w S iie or
blntikefs lies for half uahour pcrspltlug
freely thou fete Into a hot sulphur bath
I li thoroughly cleuuiml rubbed dry and
returns to a tedartltlclally warmed where
tho pernplnulon continues fur uu hour or
I au longer This trua meat U ruLeatod nl
I most every morning for about J3 daj s aud
I is of groat value lu all luanlfeaUttous of
rheumatism Tho mud li dun out of u
mountain a few mile from the tpu and
brought to tho estublUhmcnt and nllowed
to hojik for sovcrai years In tanks ot boll
lng sulphur water uutll required for use
New York Times
I A XIouitiiioA Sp died
j For inoro than 100 years Frenchmen
havo wept over thu sorrowof Latiidewho
< was ImprinciuedlnthoHastlllsforSSyeari
Ono of th6 nioit p > pulai drumsi ever
written U culled Luludi er Thirty live
rarsof Captlvltv Iheru U no doubt
that the story of Lntuds s unmerited suf
ferlngd as written by hlmiklf bad much
J to do with thu popular feullng which Ud
to the destruction of tho HaatUIe In 17b9
Hut alas tho story wo ore new told
mtut be relegated to the category ef llctl
tlous legends A vvrlttr In Ihe Matin has
Iveu lvd to look up tho subject swing to
the fset that n portrait of I tudeunda
I lnddor said to bo the one by means nf
I which thu firuou prisoner made hi c
cnie havo boen added to tho curiosities In
the Hotel Camavalst Tbo Chevalier do
I ttudo or Ia Tude as le called htm elf
1 was It kccrus In reality turned Oanry and
hh na mill to la n pack of lies He was a
surgeons aislstaut who was several times
Imprisoned for swindling On onoocca
stun ho tent a mysterious powder to Mrao
do Pompadour and then made overtures
I In order to obtain money for denouncing
certain lmngtnary accomplice with whom
j ho was supposud to bo compiling agaln t
i Jierllfo Mme do Pompadour did not fall
I Into the tup That Dajiry ww crcr a
poUteal tuUouerU confidently denied
Londt n Telegrapn
Meiunrlug Souud V 1th u Mtcru oope
It certainly Is imoId itatomeut to say
I that the inlcrloMbpe Is better than the tar
1 for meaturluj i ome sounds but It Is true
In determining the nit eh cf very high
notes Mr F Melde h i found that the ear
cannot be defended on and he has thcrc
toro turned to tbe microscope for aid
i bound is a phenomenon of vibration
nud the pitch ot any muvlcol note can bo
determined If the sound wave correspond
lug to It Is In any manner rcLdeml mcus
I u ruble
j Mr Vcloe has solvexl tho problem In
this way He rovers a plate with a thin
layer coinpuscel of a ml it uro of olive oil
and stsarlno tho surface of which Is
slightly rldgcd by rubbing It delicately
with the linger Toa high pitched tuning
fork i short hair ts attached and nelml
lar hair U fastened to auothur vibrating
body such as nxlwhofe pltih la known
The ends of these hairs trail across the
prepared pUte as il M passed rapidly over
Hum and thus maik upon Its surfaco a
1 double tertvs of ware Hues corresponding
to the period of vibration of tho fork and
the rod Thotnlcrotcopo H then called
j Into action In order to compare tho length
and depth uf tho waves and thus deter
mine Ue mutfcul pitch of the vibrating
fork with an acuracy uot attaluuUle by
the ear alone Youth s Companion
DrUJ fruits bt all kinds new goods
Murderer Caught
Seattle Wash Oct 7 Thomas
Hlank the murderer of Charles Bird
well has been positively Identified as
the murderer of Marshall Jefferles of
P allup He was taken to the court
and pleaded guilty to a charge ot
murder in the first degree Hla trial
i is set fur October 1G
WJllWIUWIi Ml llpj
JOHN ULHMJY AM lilt tt lr B
i m itni >
On Hie Floor of a Cafe Inrlor lu
Mldrileton A Mystery Surrounds
Ilia < 7asc and Some Consider It a
Double Murder The 1 cU
MJddletown N Y Oct T A m > s
terlous murder and suicide or double
murder occurred In this city this morn
ing John Tlerney was found with a
bullet hole in his right temple His
wife was lying near him with a bullet
hole In her left breast while a pistol
lay a few feet away The affair oc
currsd In a cafe owned and conducted
by Mr Tlerney An aged uncle Itob
ert n > nn awoke at 6 30 this morning
and went down stairs to the kitchen
In the basement and built a fire While
thus engaged he heard a report which
did not seem to him he said like
that of a pistol and the tall of a body
and a moment later It was followed by
another report He sent a joung man
who had Just come In the back door
of the cafe to ascertain the Cause of
the noise The joung man returned
reporting nothing Shortly afterward
Mrs Tlerney s son Thomas who Is
said to have been lying on a sofa In
tho kltcheu went up and found the
two dead bodies His mother lay In
the parlor with her feet lu the bed
room adjoining and hla stepfather lay
In the center of the parlor He ran
to his mother and found the body still
warm Tlerney was gasping and froth
ing at the mouth What at IIrat ap
peared to bo a murder and suicide now
looks to the authorities like double
murder Tiernej married Mrs Mc
Oulre a widow with a son some weeks
ago Thomas was very angry at the
marriage and left the houee for two
weeks About the time of the marriage
he took a csllber Ilrltlsh bull dog
revolver and threw It behind a trunk
In a closed bedroom He claims no
one knew It was there but himself
Mrs Tlerney had some property which
prev lous to her marriage It was
thought would go to Thomas when
she died This was not likely how
ever after she married Tlern y There
were two others In the house who say
they did not hear any pistol shots
Young Tiernej gives It as his opinion
that his mother was murdered bj Tier
ae who committed suicide
AK1VO 11113 L1M2
CnnlltiDett front 1 Irvt Ingc
afternoon to a Urge audience composed
of citizens of Colorsdo an I adjoining
counties He spoke for the whole Dom
ocrutlo tlckt including both state and
federal candidates HU remarks to the
Popullsti were both amusing and In
Un sting making many friends among
them Weimar gave him a royal da >
Flags wero hoisted bauds plujcd and
the people applauded
llaklrwy IopulUt
Bastrop Tex Oct 6 The Populist
executive committee met here today
H Pledgir was placed on tho ticket
Tor ciunty treasurer In place of W
O Miller who refused to run M II
Hill was indorsed for dlstilct attor
Tefferaon Tex Oct 7 The 111 > whits
Republican club of this city j Davis
president and Frank Perry secretary
met this afternoon with fortyfour
members present The action of tho
Republican convention held August 6
at Uillaa Tex was Indorsed Tho
olub U Jncrcas ng In members
Keurbr aud Abbott
Waxahachio Hills Co Tex Oct C
Congressman Jo Abbott Democratic
nomtuee for congress from this dis
trict and Majur Jerome C Kearbv
Populist nominee for congress from
this district met In Joint debate today
Uetiiran and I liilcy
Untitle Smith Co Tex Oct C Hon
J II Itesgan and H W tlnlej can
didate for comptroller spoke here to
1y hey reLCivd a regular ovation
wl th bl lini and b hand trim
mlngs There wm a large crowd
Mesqnlte Tex Oct i Hr T O Mc
Callaghan chairman of he fj m nr icy
of the flatorlal distrlot composed cf
Hallas and Pocltwall cuun lea went to
Hockwall today to own tin conven
tion which Is to b > neld there tod iy to
nominate a Democratic tiudldite for
the UMslature
Cotton Is coming In rapidly dally re
ceipts from 75 to jq Ml There n a
prospect of three or four Irlck stores
being built this fnll a this pi ce
The Democrntle spvlng whIMi was
arranged at this nlaca f tonight be
the county camjarn commit e id
not materialize For soma un < tpiined
reason the speakers neie fhsenr
llelliilocs LuntroTer
Reading Pa Oct 7 The ordr of the
ttnte supreme cout tr the
l > ia Evongeikat churches into Ihe
hands of the BowmonEshcr peopta was
Aery generally obeved today Vi rough out
the Tast PcitnjMvanla conference and
the PowmunHshT
shipped In n number of ediqecs Up
to two > ears ago when the apllt took
place they had been tebirrod from
nb nit half of the t6tnl number nf thrae
It Is expected that other church will
be transferred during the week pare
well services in a numb r > r He
churches wero held by the Dubs
Territory rTl
puthrle O T Oct 70 V Barr
U I KelBo J W Blmpaon and Loul
Blmr on of llnld vrere Jalltd hero to
da > on charjrea of perjury
Ulmer Lucoa one of the captured
Chan Her bank robbert wa taken to
1 > H Smith last night to answer to
thft charge of robbery
The pottofllce at Chejenno burned
with all Us contents Trlday nlffhL
At the Republican convention laat
nlnrht Colonel C M Uarnea wai noml
nated for the legislature
Ttto ery Old 1eople
TlosTt TnxOot 7 James and Elisa
beth Kajes who resde with their chil
dren near here Joined the Christian
church by letter today Their com
btned ngea 1 180 > ear > They have
lived tosether man and wife for aev
enti years The rood old man wears
the first and only readym de coat he
ever owned Who can tell us of an
older couple
Tim mm em nniiinr
TU Glorr ot God nnl Ihe llriismrnl
fflio Teth HU UnMdltTurL
Jefferson Tex Oct 7 About 8
oclock last night the hta > ens pre
sonted one of the
must peculiar and
bouMfu sights your correspondent has
ever bahsld It la Impossible to da
y ST
THE phc tact r MJ d O Wrjp 3I
mo t Moderate Price
no mlf repre onlalion
window line of
Wo havo on exhibition in
Full fort Inche wide der bo patternB and qutoth
dress at
for a seasonable
50C FE1K Vu RnD
Imported styles and good colors at 35o
30 Inch Ladles Cloth worth
elsewhere 50c <
B4inch Ladles Cloth our form
mer 76c grade
The best SI25 grade SM
cloth now
Our famous 003
B4 Inch Habit Cloth our form prottlost In the market
er SI grade 76c g
That much sought for fabric tho latest production of fcrelgn
new mixtures and effects 64 Inches wide and Just thij
thing for Tailor Gowns In two grades
Together with all tho new weaves and colorings In
Are what claim your attention at our store
NEW FALL PATTERNS are now on exhibit and embraci t
qu site combinations which we aro anxtojs for you to ses Our uu
Urjre and elegant and prices very moderate
OliUTtmn rvro Dpml
Mount Vernon Tex Oct 6 Ded on
the 6th Instant tno miles ue9t of here
Uwl HutherforJ LOloreil affeit near
70 jears an old exalae He as set
free at the close of the war b Dr
Orlf Ituttiirfor on eminent phjslolan
ana CI rlsttan gbtitlemnn who hae long
since pan i to hla reward OM Uin1
Lewis was an Intelligent and useful
cltlxen InJuetrlous moral and frugal
He nerr had married He had a nice
comfortable home and farm with
plentr of domestic stooli and about
5W In monej which ho kept loanel
out lie willed hla property to his
brothers and slaters and dependents
lloth white and black will mlts Uncle
Lewie nnd no one doubts but he has
rone whir the BooJ negroes Bo
JIany friends of deceased from abroad
attended the funeral
TIii rmnri Vlnr
Austin T Oct CThe grand chap
ter ot the Older of the Eastern Star
will meet In this
city In annual ses
sion on th 9th Instant and will con
tlnuo In session the 10th and lllh The
last meeting was held In Houston This
order Is auxiliary to the Masinlu osuer
and Is IntenVri f the binedt of the
r othe sters and daughters
of lasons
tertamment rrlday nljht next In
rS l3lllns s of the
Ea Star
Ti 1 > r t0 th
< > cy may expect
1 the MaioS
haJTm Went
nave mapped out a program Including
P w ° u ron up h ke and othe
foms of amusement
8t Jo Hi ins
Bt Jo Tex Oct 6 st Carlisle
slate superintendent of publlo Instruc
tion spoke hero this evening to an
appreclome audience Ills talk upon
tlon On Monday Hon J w Uallei
our congressman will speakher
POB tJ irr0n eV e wateDTa r l
PO m ate r a eng DTal
0 ar < d n K
o 0rnc ear bod iho l
About onethlrd more cotton has
° th >
egrlF on 11
Vitr of
Corslcana Tex Oct 6 Navarro
county tor the nrst
Jlme sine It was
organized has
summoned negroes to
serve on the Jury Six negroes have
been aummontd to sit on the petit Jury
J1 0 UllnB ot the Wct court
The directory of the Naarro County
I air association met this afternoon to
complete arrangements for the Na
arro county fair meeting
Mn Lucy Mash riled complaint to
day against Marlon Mash chanw
him with haMng kidnaped her mill
lTmonthsold child Th case cimo
P this afternoon MotjSb
on habeoa corpus trial
IL M ColUas j making preparations
BY Gil
FOR autrjii 3 iS5 A O t OMPT RETURNS
sdty National Dank Dallas
scribe U beauty It resemMfd tha
waves and whltccapa of the o m as
far as the eye could behold north
east south and west It was all the
same simply grand to behold
Mrs T J Rogers haa gone on a
visit to relatives In Arkansas
Mrs J IL Ttowell Sr U In Austin
called to the slik bed of her daughter
Mrs 3 II lion ell Jr who Is dan
geroualy 111
The weather Is fine and cotton pick
ing Is going on nicely
Sixth and RuskS
Phono 147 M
Wliolosalo AntTS
13oalero In
tf A
CO j
Also Mnltland Nlgjerf
Rouse Egg and Lum
Phono UsYour
Satisfaction Cur
Ko operation no deteni
business Hundreds cur
Cur Seventh uud iros 1
to erect nt the corner of EX
and Mxth aenue a larxst
Taking IJeenth street a
hlte and Collins etr
construciion two lsrge
In addition to these J
under nuraber ff
way arc ft
denccr being erect d M
Is before tM
ft proposlllin
Cornltana to erect at anJJ
cotton mill here which g
All Trooble
Brewer Tox Oct 5Tew
Ing while returning from J
house Miss Bailie Slltciell
ed by Henry Gibson < S
being resisted by such fg
failed to accomplish
bo then attempted to kHJSf
knife Inflicting severe eutl
throat and back besdes
abaut the face cnnsldij
snen arrnsted by Cunt
his ufht
home and br
Mtrh u rt at mice S
II was then carrr W >
guarded for the mtttffl
Investgated At shoot I
unknown rsrty s snUJ
> 1
ed lh accused the
h dv about the rl WSJ
through a new saddle IK
been done with a
It Evervb dv si
the matt r Cib in hsa
of beln a i n wi fcg
was at th time worklnf
Closed the G ° g
EI Paso Tex Oct r
Milton today notified PU
of all the houses suspect
omH thai the nsvor P
Uis ST
phatlcally ordered
man all wing gamWl U
Thia rdeF create
hut haa alsa closed < >
IJly y j g ft temAtAauiH

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