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A1 3 sses h 1 1 I W ' I III 1.1 11 . r I 11 Mk r i ran -fiikiiv - II li U 11 r.rM H H t.B nh.lll U H U IVI G 1 B B G y H V.' W - - S'A'L'B! a To make room for Fall Stock wo will sell tho following lines at nier.nilNT FOR CASH!; 1 V " ' This Sale Will Commence Wednesday, July i niii inn .1 ten! ay f- T M (iarvin "N til denied, 0 And Continue until (iarvlu Aualn. The New Haven (Conn.). Reg ister haa thin to say of Virgo (iar vin, recently released to tho Phila delphia team, which is t-o rompdi- mcntary to the Navasota hoy, we can not resist the temptation of publishing the Mir.. ". (iarvin demonstrated hy ij great pitching yesterday that his fiat of Thurs-hay as not one ol lin k or chance. In the last inhinp he has pitched but three hits have been made oil' bun, namely, nine inning on Thursday last and three on Saturday npainst Wilmington, and 11 yesterday gainst Patterson. In the 12 inn- i . . i . ing Willi YUlnilllL'Mn oih one was made.and the l'arrerion yes- located but two safely. h feats a e almost tinpreeo- , and he is easilv the phe- noini'iinn of the Atlantic league. Just how long he will May in New Haven is a 'iiiostion, nr.d we have but little doubt ere this is printed Manager Sullivan will bavereciev ed oilers for hi release. Of com so it is easily the opinion of the base ball public, that Manager Sullivan would be foolish to l"t (iarvin g . urn Dan Lifted Off Armour's Ele vators at Chicago. EESTOEED TO FORMES STANDING, Kal TV0 LITTLE GIRLS KlLLCD. Willi h MiH'' " TTGTCTST 1st. .niinfinf Men's Youths' and boys' Spring and Summer clothing, summer coats DP . b ofa nnrl whit.fi VCStS. ana vests, wuuw r nndbovs' straw i,utHun,.0a,.fler,.rati,..ua.i AU of our lines of men s and ooys sun iu.llt.r t h ,v hatS. , would be forthcoming? ov no mpn's summer underwear. Hrlrnn's. miSSCS' and ladies Slip- - l.e,ul to the Worl.l U r v - A UlAnVfi ,-, in a T,xas town PCM ana mens WUDuuw. - COOdS. wandmdintoai. tiodctikenie Orift inn 101 laUlf Biin l " , Ulrurl atsee iiL- his name on a nnd &1 will now go at 50cts. OwStto Unl ladica $1 shirt waists will go Our entire lino ladies' $150 shirt waists will go at $1.18 Thla ( am Abtmi by Voir of 0 la Ilia lllrarlurr -f lu.ar.1 of Tra.l-Tha llrrUIno IVm r.illuwe.1 lr lha Imnirillal ltr.lnall"0 or luur Mruilxra of lha lMrerlorjr. CuiCA.iO, July in. Tlit between Armonr & Co. and the directum of the Unrd of trade, which rulted mine time ko in tho five elevators of Armour in this city bcinR declared irregular, has leen a.-ttled. The board of director of the Uuird of trad mid revresi'iitatives f Armonr & Co. held a inn ttnK n'l after a Ioiik conf n ure, in which the entire matter was explained hy the Ar iimur t.iMiiiln. tha diriK'tors. 1'T a Vote of i i 9 to 0, di ided to retre the el-vatom to the same position that tle y )ndd la fore the trouble t pan. A liotiee was nt onee imned ditlariuK nlltlieeh'Vators i.f Armour & Co. to be n-tfiilar and mat ters are now whore they were Wfote the fik'lit. A a result of the tth nient John Hill, Jr.. John Knx-seliell, John C. ltosa nud William Nmdi, direitom of the lmurd of trade, who voted in th nega tive, have ripiiel The four lien n i r..i. i)m nnliil.'v.'itor" I'artv and they decided to rend, r u)i thwr tions in thn directory. Two other mem bers. 7.. H. Carter and W. N. lMlnir.H, voted with tho reformer", hut did not follow with their rit-iu'iiatioii. Arriilrul In lltiiu"'. MuisiiAl-L, Minn.. July I'' , !" hie aeeident (KTum d a nhort ' ent of Marshall in which two little jruH were killed and another criouly in i,m.,l Tho little H-ii of Mr. Heltnat was henlinp cattle with a lny. 1 wo t,t hi sisters, 4 and i ye rs old, and a little dauKhter of lan Durand came down to .lay with the herder. Dunn the play lie tied them all three in a row w ith a ror. ''"a "f ,!"' ",K, att:u hed to the addle on the tmy and nome act of tho children frightened tie pony and he ran away, dr.iecinir !'" three little prl" alxnit half a mile to a Mr. (iatTney'i. Mm. (ialTney M..p-d .... l I .. tli.i mnr and eut the clulilrell lse, em the daughter of Mr. Dunnt and on-of Mr. r.eltrort'a daughters were dead. The other (firl will live, but is badly hurt. The littlo lv is nearly cra.i d at the nmiWnt. MoKENZEE & CO. Tin; o.MiY ijp'1'o.jja'i.-s: .ii:avi:i..i:iii In 1'ryan aro making fin-at ri'(luJSioiH on tlu-ir .-tnck of . Watc lies, Clocks, Jewelry ftud Silvrrwan. Try us on Fine Stationery, Book, Etc. McKlonzie c? Oo. r The Latest thing Out is tho new Stationery and new typo faces received rtt ho Eagle Job offlt o SOUTH AMERICAN NEWS. Remember This Sales Closes on AUGUST 1st at seeini; collin, evidently intended to rel ieve his remains. lie became very iiuic.li exciuli and accused Ids wife or Homi! oilier eiu my of lttiiiji against his life. The tnnlertakcr shawed a nuniher of collins uni- ilarlv 1 iheled, and exjd.iined that he made it acutoin, and found it niiid, to he prepared t i bury bus. ..1... .1.. ii.. I n.le..rlirii llicsa men n no no ii"i .....v... for they are already dead, '1 he undertaker was an Ohio num. WeMherford letnoerat. ririri Brin WHS luU-rvd at tha I'mtoHlca at Brrn. Texa. ai Hfconil I'latk Ball mailer BY fOSSKLLT, FALMEU A CAKSM JuoihCsm Mllor. afnMHIITION rim : Per Wwk, IV. Ter Month, fKV John Chandler went to Calvert J yes terday. Mini Ahbie Amett r-tnriud to Franklin yeaterday. Mauler Honglaa Heed went to Waco jeterdy. Miss Hue McLellaml leave to day for a viait to relatives in Misirsippi. Cry F.Uck o( Madionille, as here yetrday. Mi. Karffiie Holinevi'.le returned from Tctrctl yeterdav rtei n-M.n. Sot near inotuih rin lum fallen in 15rio county vet. The farmers aie tnxlouifor downpour. FOKSALKCIIKAV-A t ony. Rentle lo ride and work anywhere. N-e Hob Sewlaud. ul- Sew bicycle are received in I'ryan moat every week and r eat many per son are becouili p exp' rt rider. KaiTa ( buer Ko.it T.a pnrlllea thei bhsal and Klv.-s a char and beautiful .omiilcxlon. Ndd by all di inrlxis. i Uvde Macfarliii went out yeateruaj to woik np theeUcii'i. n of the Kurl. n Teh pie nc Line to Widow llo'i- and Madi-oiiville. An order f-.r wire ami phone, has, we are reliably informed, already Is en pla.-ed. Mr. AunnM John, a tinner of 25 years t-xnpiienee. h chaise of my ahop All work fivrn him i fully cuaranteed by me. t.ive him a tiial. Ke-pt. pi.-, J. A. Myers We believe that all the liree ailvcr clciiiiMit-i in the country wi,i unne u.toii the di ni.wratic iieinineo and that h will be triumphantly elecled. Jim' rtctlved a car load of Kansas ...miii l're fiiin w.avels. Send me vour ordei". I'hoiie ST. PH T. V. CAST! K. ThoiiNmi.la of cat- a of CniiNiniiptloii AKllniia. OuuMm. I'dMs and Croup nr . ure.l every day by Shlloh'H Cine. Sol by all diuizisis. A very pleasant social );alhiiiiiir was that of the youiii! pe. pie lat mv'ht at the honu if Mr. and Mrs. II Kern ile The Texas pnpuhata .eem to U pretty unai.iino!i:y epp'.ced to any thine lik an end"enicnt of llrynn at the St. bonis ronvenlioll. I'opuli t "f many other states l.owev.r, expren theiiiMdvc favorably np'ii the tub ject. Senator lMf.-r of Kansas, Capt. Kolb of Alabama. J. H. l urm r, f. r tor I Mna Ma.la In lrall l rvrr H.-lalliu With f.rrat llrltaln Nr.w Yoi'.K, July t:.-The Hernhf cirT.li.indeiit in Kio d- Janeiro tele- trraphs that a motion wa made in the Ura7.ilinn hone of deputies to Hopeful the relations with (ire.it I'ritain until the Trinidad incident should In' s-ttliKi. The government opied the moiion. The Herald' eorriKiiideiit in Sucn, llolivia, telenraphs that the piveniineiit Will cive exclusive ri'hl for live years, includmi; a 1-onnty on the pn duct, to any one who will i t.ib!ih a aiiirar re finery in the republic. The Herald' eorr.-inideiit in Mmite video, Uruguay, tele(rra.hs that there is nii.1i.jiiia.nl aMihfaetioll ill comiiierci:il circle at tha failure of the loan which iu to be rair-cd ill IiOlnlon to -t.iblih n piverinnent ImnV FACTORIES TO CLOSE. A NuiiilM-r Id Ilia .nHlirrn Mal Arr tu Moil I ..(! Fa! I llivni. Mns . July IS -A cir cular h Iter r.H-eived from T. 11. Martin, secretary of theSoutheni Textile nso-iuK-iatioii state that .f 3.:sMsmi pin- dles in the aonth, I'.itl.tssl would In stopped for varying terms. The faetori. ot-Tatinn them an- located as follows: Alabama, i:is.0 spindles; (osavm, 4i'.o.('Si; North Carolina. H7,o"i ; Ten in vec, so.imO; South Carolina. 4T"..x ; Virginia, Mi-sifsippi, IIO,u; Kentucky, S1.W"; and Imisiana, !'. (ssi. Sme of thee nrce tti close tnilil Auir. 1. others for I'O days, nnd the re mainder until I let. t. CLAIMS TO BE SCHLATTER, a .n I, ..!,. flnllirl In Ilia I'l'lna J.W. KxiiLisiiJ. STAPLE end fAHCY CZCCEMES. ! I.0111: experience ill 1 1 ti 1 1 i n only tie' Scnt t jtntlit v of lio'"ls has vrneii the presume of (finisntie lo eveijlli iij B.,!d. 'I'hoiie .. II .1. V. I'.NCil.ISlI. A Double- Daiiy Trains Each way OVK.lt T11R Houston & Texas Con tral Railway. III KI.KiiANT (II A I It CAI5S PAY TUAINs.. nln( Clnllirl In llralliif r tin ur.ir. July t.V-A mm claimiiitf to Im. Schlatter, 'Thelhviii-Healer" from Denver, rode into town late yesterday ell n bicycle and is m ating a w ialmn. He wasdn-ssisl in a trailing' j;owii of black nnd wore cnrlinu beard and lti! flow intf hair. As sikhi as his identity hcaine known pleat rrowdspathcred al-mt him nud inee theu hundreds of p.s ple have constantly doedhis bsitstfjis. I.iist nitfht he addressul an immense thnniB, laying on bands to henl nple and bless in'd hundreds nf hatidkerehiefa. (.rnrral Ji.lins.m H. I t.im wl.. Nt-w Y.niK. Julv IV Ainanir the The OS. V Lino tljiiratil' tbOii;'h Fne lb !i ini t and 1'iillmat; Sle t ae. n pi"iniin nt T and Mi 1 1 t i j i -. ('o:,clii li.iir Cap .i I-, be Xa- point' Through Sleepers IlllHKU llnlsTilN, l'l 1 HI ii. t oi.i'i; ik srr.iNtiK, v imnvh;. Via It. WtiKTll. Through Sleepers p., linen ,, An'oiit.i niul Kaioi a Citv ia 1 Its.it lie m.il Ft, Woill, l'l' fell 111 V. Plop, Hella'on Blld I. i i e.ia I' ll n-( Mii-rinaii i ...I 'li uok.in.l Solid TrainS Superior Route passenger who arrived ten- on the . . . . , i ......... .. steamer xu'ilancia iroiu ii.iinn " (iflieral l'.radley T. Johnaoli. (Iwuitf to i.w ..... li.ivinct a i cHiliealf no'limitam- lu spite of th denials th .t Peru and; tj i,w:ls forn d to remain on HoiTman t four veaia accretaiv of the li " - . lional cinmiltee oi me pe pie ai . sre amoiii! the number who alv cute (union. Senator pell' r says: "The onveiition of the dene cracy put a new face on the political liua ion. The ai and patriotic course for ui n .w i- 'I ail Kail's Clover Koot Tea is a aim cure for Headache and nervous dis c:im s. Nolhlni; relieves so illl Klv Sold by nil driiiiiisla. Mrs. Luther, mother of Mr. Sam l.u tber, wasl'Uiied bfre yp-tcrday. tin died at the home of her son, near Mr (iih Foater' place. Ask vour plivslclan, your diin:i:isl nud your friends iibmit Miiloh' Cur. r..r ('oiisniniillon. They will r.-eom iniild It. Sold by all ilill-lsls. Mauiaije liivn-e were ja iled y l.r.hiv t.i W. 1. (Mlllaw Hid Mis Chill have arrived at an nrrocneiit in relation to laena nnd Arica. t'i" f .e t which were rubied are l einj.- co'H'.n-e d HAD TO BE DEATFN OFF. Strlkrr. au.l iniaililrr Altai-It N.m enlnn Wurkmrn at (Irtrlantl. Cl.ivn.AM. July l"i.- Further dis cords oirnrrcd at the Krown lloi-tint; ni,.l Ciiivevinir works, today. The atriker and their sympathizers attarked nonunion men while the latt-.r were on their way to work. In numerous ease. were beaten with clubs Ft. Worth. Wain and intermedi ate point s to M :ii liis, nnd ' Pullman S! t-pcis M. I.miis j inaklli)! ilu. it ci iii ei'tioii nt both (itlis f,r all point" North, l'a't and Southea-t. The b.-t line lnon 1 evas to a'l points in the ol I S'ati s. list, s, Maps ai d fu'I ii forin .t n will be i -hf. . fully f wn upon iinpl.i a lieli. . i. M.bio, s (.. w km:ii. T I' A., ft. Wottli. T 0 P A.TVr. 1f U. X, LaRKIIMK, ii I' ,IT l.'l I "iii. M" . pen i i" Ho- . uili asi. via llnl s JuN and NtAV OKI.M nnile our vole mth tlcce .. ..I...; ..1 . j. in ..a nf HOIlUllloUlsts oiner irienua oi nun ...... .... , , t- t-.A- . . i. ntui ii hi in in crouiiu. . - .n iNiiiidt.i uii.re,'i pn. ii i. III.- K '" -' wherever such aj union is p ssible. We can do this and nt ill nriimaiii our orn miation for In- tire use in ca-e ol need." Kolh Mini Turner are out spoken In ia"r i l Bryan. A btmincM man in a T town andcred into an uuibitakeis estub-i liehment and was w..iidcr s' ruck lit . e hilt I"- name en a lollin, evidently in tended to icreive his remain. He b-- came veiv niiich ex.ited and aceii-ed hi wife or some other enemy f plot tiiijl acaitist hi- life. The utnler'nki r ahowed hnn a nninlerot collie Mini- lailv laliel.d, and exp'ained that he made it a ctiaiom, and found it paid, aim, uiui of the unfortunate men, re ceived no Ls than 1" knife cuts and had thris nlis bmkeii. For a time the police, who were jrreatly outunmls-red by the rioters, were unable to c I e with the mob. The otlle. rs wi r- finally reinforei d and sue reeded in drivinc the enrad striker back and ncuunr the nonunion men. CONFESSED TO MURDER. l.l.iint fi.r 21 hours, tieiierul Juliusoii i not a bearer of any letters or nfllei.il papers from I'nitM Stabs Consul lieu eral to the department at Washiinr ton. He will Minn to his home In Virginia as nam as possible after laud- Tha lair Will Mott.l'.a. San Fit im Isi , July IV-In the case .,f Mrs. Nettie U. Cr.lVell. the alh ced jronlract wi'e of the late .1 S. Iiator James ( i. Fair, in support of toe valninv of deeds convi yim; to hur from Fair to city property worth f .'".' . th- ib ti tio'n i f Mrs! lU-kins has l- eii taken. Mrs H.iskiu (!.'iised tint Fair . CUtedtlie pencil will ill h'T presence, and at the same time turned over to Mrs. Craven the d-s ds by wlucli tlie latter claim the property. Hltlril y l llitnln ClM INA1I, July i:i.-SlHlals to the r...,.ii.enial (iazelte rctmrt iiumerons iloiiul.-rstorms and heavy nins. several siiuts there was hs. of life and ..nas'itv from liuditniiik'. Ncr Porta- moutli, l., five persons t.s.k refui,-e in a abed, which was struck by lihtiiinu, killmi; NV. K- Dudeiit and Willard ! P.rown and injuriiiu J. P. l'.rown, Ar- i thur Frown and Joseph hat up. I itrnil Hie Mllllarj ..n , Julv 1.1. A dispatch recciveii A (i.Mid lAiiinple. l hecriinin.il court of Washing-1 ton city is to be Colllllien.led for the manner in which it ili'pi-C'b of a recent murder ca-e. .Illsts'lN Wieksaoiii hinlal and outr icous murder a i-ouiinitb d within two miles of the jr at i-ipi-tol doine. Il!-ie Kn j;!o. a si.vt. n- vcar ul 1 till, a farmer's daughter, fi j l-l mi the linrdtr of the t'liiy Nation il Zoological inik, wctit biMti b the en k runiiiii 'hroiih the little f.lllll to drive Hp the cow The shades of i veiling wne fa. w mi ..I . a en ii x T '. An. an .- l!.(i.tnitiU..it .. I iil'.l'.INs. li. p, ,v T. A. C. SV . . l. Itiillie Matiaiter. Ii. A l'l 1M AN, ice I'tesnlfnl H . s Hxis, Au't, Urn io. Tex us Itakcrv. Er.sk fcal1 Ikt i) j plies for Funic I'.uliea , mi I llVKt 'FCC I S aUnv.p.- " te e!y. I. A DU X, aVe von h- li fi. iustfifcini in Hot eil.r.' Otto Bochme. TRY THE . . . xi:v SALOON of TAYLOlt Si COX tl.r lest Wine-. l.iiiior( fni I i ir h r - in alis k Nit I ivtuo a. I' .lite rnd ( onrtcou A "villi .11. inj; over riiarlta Slath tiltM Ilia M.le t.f tlif Mi.H.tlnc nf l.ii.lerman. SriUM.i'iKio. O.. July 1.1. -Charles Stark who wa captured yestcnlay while hiilhiir in a car near this city con- that he had murdered Ahn Al n, ss July L; -A . ; re.;- ...I. .r,..l io bnrv bn-ines- men l.mlcrman. the Larkeeia-r fnim J1U-, nciveii nere jrom .V . ' . ,.. . ........... . I . . I tl... Tnrkiah nlll liontles t lit rt are who do n,t ahcrt.se, (or they ; W,uik.v, whom i. .y.i-.i w o ,.., j jUtary ,oe .Viadydca'. The undertaker was n With Mrs. Stark. H'Mlei.ies n.ai n . - tum daily. Ohio man.-Wealhei foul I.uiecrat. tend, d to kilt his wife and states that, M nn. iN.intf cninntted by baiitf Ilia, k of Ma lis .n county, took j be tri-d to shm.t him. lf after sii.s-ttnt! A ,Mty i nirlstl.ina who veti- her. Mrs. Mark is nyinp. ; ,ur, ,i ,,, ,.nt,.r the so cailcl mnn.iry ronu Stark suffer, d for want of b" d whih V,r) ,llUr,l, r. d by Turks, hidina frtm. Saturday ti.itil Monday , --- - - l.iKht. and is in a desperate .oiiditiou., ... TlU niauisof LAdcrman were turned Four o.r Kinis-.s J,, I, -TJ medical i-olleire because lin v ansas conn o. . rr -. " , - d todoaiiT- cuiui. imveu.s iareu in'i" . ...... I....... 1..... irrmih.il innler W men uitones u....- a 1 he sh nles o t veil, n' Weie I... I- M i p m , a . . old father iV the licl.l.'andasic i fftj tflVJ UHWi Hipped throi;o, the paid, .f l iia;to.'li tisegi,!., I a ilia Woods I'll the batik of the link H'' : 1 N : II1IV?. sin;in,' a merry ar, i.is.,1 Hur-e-, line Tu n .uts. Care ul ... . "i , . i . i i r .1 . loners, and the ("canst Siabl- .rt 1 1 n iiiinutcs la!, r li- r ool l.itl,. r -j-,, hi ard a scream of aB'ou y. lie r in Tha only Eiprritnc . Iraetttal Ja , ., i - . '- . dfriaker aud Funtral bt'tnar ia 'k toward the creek Jil-t Hi time to Connlyi see the foi in of a lieuro disappear- Fml aiming a Spt ri ilt. 11 nuovi' ni i t.- i. i. i.u r the wood, d hill. A III - " 11 "HMnaWMt To i lie Traviiinsr PuMu : . . ...... . i .. .i . .... i. . . r i MnMaicia II iOH'r returne.1 to V ui- ancy u -eai. on ine nun o.j.t van vt.st..i,b.v. accompanied by Mia i Scott and Miss Annie unnuick. 1 i, ..r.. Waldron and Mittie Fill. '. r.iiiwiiimiiou caiis. s more than hall ,.lln InCrllil.e. Plelinllhl. 1 I he Ills of Women nnd all threat unit lun i-nrtsl liy Miilnh's Cine. Kail's I lover Knot ilisenseH an" l ea Is n pletisani i lire im "lis u- . f -.. Sold bv all , Sold by nil .liiiiit sis. a crazy mv-ro to the Austin asylum this week. Tne n.'ijro i named bob Jack son and had Ik'IMI routined ill the Mad immvihe jail several months W ca isc .. ., . l..,r'. t u KIU II aitld.. IO L'l't l. ai - a,.,.....,.... "... - ! Ver lo a in at any ol the as.Miuns. Ilewe -"- j a.:,,,..,, i.. MilwauVei-fefu. i .. ... 1 !. nlK. -or I. d I i tvfilil. iL'lit - ' ' . . o . . i ""'' ' i.. il... l .st 'J.i Teiirs. It is estimated that befor- liBi oii'd beliandciitl. il. The lie. j urn had a niece of ula- and cut Sherill . Ilia, k on the w rial, AfWr lie irm out on him In. became uliiiiis-ie.l Pi. iwni. July .V The colored, i.rrd In Spitry l aka. driii:i;lsis. Mabel an ' "eay'.or lluil of Navas la. r viaiti heir pMiulparenls, N T, ml Mr tSuilh. tltiilt . i n nil and Swuetmail .i..n ;.;.',.,,. Mr,. W.i ance. wcielicie yet-tei OI lllioo. . "".- . h , I. Connei .' i Frank Tt-t here his place mppl.e.l w ith b.illieis n e.H.d a- the state af fu.ls. Trv ihem at Allen'. We will a 'praciate it. Sili I in lion i.uii'antee.1. J. P.. Malhi-and J. T. Joins of Lcli- day. Trv ('round Has at Aim lartu r THEY HONOR MRS. STOWE. I frll, ihi to .'.O.issl divorces are affis t ....... . vi .1 Ma,i. .d. The diclsum also affect pmis'rty ll.mi -"-a- lea lor Hrr al I Inrlnnall. rik-hts and the custialy of children. of his yni'.ni; il.itlrdi!t r, li r head n-tii In the creek, b. r ihrn.l! ( Ill ami her 1 1 : i iits 1. 1 liy loin. The Kir! wa- ilea 1. Il was thn c days later th t Ir. win Ford, the to cm brute, ;-s cij.Mired. To his captor he i nn- f... .1 It... i i iuie Ta'.k i I' K lich inj; w .s ii ktil;. d in, but i t n the hottest heads r r.i'd the iniji'is.-i. bility of lakii'H the bm'.e f:om the Washii'toii jail. Within th ( ek th- hullo was On the I. "til liiy or May, and llieieaMf r, w ill -e l Ac id. .11 'I '. I ets in a H'smI, if.i.il.lr Couipai.i' a fo, low s . )I(MH) wi ,h .Viln Wecklv ln.lfii.l. l (oi Six Months, for J 00 ! Also. ei i. lent Tickf Is nnd l'..iieira l.i i "ii'i a I a ci i leiit i lo asoi i 'i s le sp. . ifully yoiiia. hoise, auitable l r lal e a ,, phaeb n cheap. Wa d. We have rereiv.d a tl 1 1 1 1 ' af . a f-ee Mr. P. t!. uipy of the . it i-1 i.n..l I ab.m. Thev are wuiiiei. raatl Air. ann Jir.. j. . " , from a visit to the Tv'er fruit palace , FU AI.K-A pule y-mii! bii.'y yesterday. MemWrs of K. ol H. are iciuest d t meet t the hall to-niht. l u-im fs of importance. l.OiJT-A ln.licmal!cod wa'ih and chain on Main stnet r-aturlay toiht. IJderal reward r return to this of five. '' ' Th llrinkley, Ark., t ' o khot and kille-l a rero in the act o( rtiini- ... . t .U.a.vm a vAla ol naiiy asaviui"i, "cr i"r - Mr. C F. Mooie iloea not apeak ill v.rv tlaitriiiu 'cim of Mevico s a ph usiue teaort. He say it isd lliiult lo obtain nnvthintf i-'ood to eat in the locniiii. s he i-ited, and thai he would, early not I rve lemainel but for the N-nel'.t received fr m baths. I'r. Howell a.el party were a'so displeasrd and have ic lurni d to Sun Antonio. For aevcial years it ha hts n the . ntti m ol one ol our Hiiihlsirs, hviiiit i car town, to crop the middle tiM- of nil chi ken. when Inst hnt.hid, arid ll.'ia ueek lii-ltV.il V -I.OAid its lnllll CHAS. CARP. a l.i . at le Hi pre-' K- l ee, Totnaiii. nd Ar.l.lii.t In-maii e ('on ,hi I . cii'tnred. lie as tii . and s. n- . I I o . . .... V .... I... pnijile iii union i..i,'i.s. , m:i:i s. i.'v . ; tc-ccl t- l-;'i -it H.c .- i-li -it in ot larp' memorial lueelu.K in honor of the r,,,.lt b.-re of tne ii,. m.uik of licvcr- . y ) ( late Harm tles-chcrSiowe. r,.U, ,T IWrry in SpW.y ;tJ ,,, "j,,, V1,r, llt u,,.),;,,, I'mle Tern's Cabin" h-re. spent le t P.rrry was su njec. . .... , - - I when her father wa, ami w ... " - -'., I . . ,,. . v ,, . aeied Willi a coin i;is. i n aim i t oi - - . , of mlit lid n si a' cs. In ' U- Ii i a i - - - , iiiii,.! s ol our ci nils !i, i;.. I i cMia m -ions an.) 'in! with ml, A..v..c..r. lr,. !,.rin,cs xv i i . . : t a .lav's ,1,1.1V. WASH!...-. July b. -J. H.T.ir....j...:( t, t. ,,. , .,, ,,, w ho tor tlie lasi lour j.-aia im- s.-. r. tary of the national louirnitteo of the People's party lirce the I ol PI A (.nud I Ijjtr l Hrfrrhl nur luxury. life lor. i I T ...... Tin s.li ideal nndwasmarriid here. Pn-f.-ssor Stow, t"0'" r' Uinnii.nn.vted with I-nne s.uiimiry with her father. K-v. Ir. P.eerlier. L- t. t. rs w ere read from Jildir." Albion . T.mreiv, F.ishop be,-. ProS-ssor P.tei II Clark, Senator John Slieriiuni and others. The a"aker w. te A. J. P Halt Kcpreseiitatives V. H. Pallium 1 -..,.r,.e.Virl;s.!l. Hevs H 1. Proud. fhol.l ; Horace Tall'ert and Peter K. Fo-ctt and x !'C ill S ', OU!.l I V ' l-'lie ' .ed 1 nil ! MHiia-aas (V. ) Journal, coiitainini; nun h inb rvstiin: V. C. V. matt, r, in cludii u all the old war oinr. In the personal C 'llimn ol the paper wa lir.d the follow inn: Mr' S. W. M.iedilh f Tevas i visilin.' I t nin e, Coi sf. man L K. Meted th this week. Mr. ak bliihl.v 'I the a'atc I . .. ,1... I.. I.. ..r ll... Imii I'lic,-. a io il me .'.. ... ... , diacov. rid a little tbi.k with the veiy; F. rd Stitli. t, cllppid iliat Wli their let)' Cllstoill ; it,r Marlon at Vai.aiua. to mark. Mauai a iVa.) Journal. ; pASv. July M.-Iu I win, (j,,, nrrival lieru of roii-n et'.im tl'.e Caitetl Ki .,, .a i-ini.er Marion, ll i-- sti-.ted thai ..aeinbles in borcounty. I ' '""Bl . i titii ii i iiriK T. uri.l tl. ket.'' Ctrthen, and Fa-l- was ordered to Colombia in vh-w ol crcl;ir.snowo.N..ebyhe I. ft U. then , thaMliere au,e rof a. .up X Call on aueiita for .orti.iilni. rising npniist President l.u. in l. J. ritlCF., A. ti. P. A . j Marion ha ancliorcd in tho harbor. All Jlriii e, li i J aie will on boart have coi,!i It i I., n vii.ii. ,1 kin elnent M no n ic o i ' - Pupulistst.i vote for llry.ui for to a toliiuiiU-'i. ..risidelit. ' a-;.ir..:i, i: . nu.iaai , , ' l.a cet a e.ei. , x 1 1 1 . i . . t- I.ei our l.r.ll.i .f N" Ciullij . , i . '. i , , . I con i i. 'i be i - t in' a I nil-1 Fk .nki in. 'I ev. July l.l.-Tn the caw ' f Hr.W.P. Cain. eliarp ,1 with tlieiuur- iter of John T. Wyalt in i.remonu u I. iii tl... inrr returned a Verdict of ,'iot unilty. Th" cse was hotly eciitcted ' PI' s retnembi r lh.it I loep a that itud iittra.b d n-.at crowds. The de''. . , cla- Tinner ami do a I kind-, f t!n m.d wa that Cain k.ll. d deccas-d f(V repair Werl- .i-henp and on t li it in ti J Cigars Hid (bar I; ulsanTr, & Tin Hoik. .ci,, VI f p.'fl. 1:. -p, tf lily J. A. Mym. I ' "El Blanco Jacloto?l paro.M Made only boin Pine Mexican Tobacco. Id in I'r. nn exclu-ivi ly bv ) j. s. cobRino, M Exchango Hptpi. A'o a nice lino ol u.e. rclehraliHl WILLIS CltiAits.