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I'.DDY, Wit II MtfU.AKB, I'uUUbar. N. M. TEXAN ETTBB. Dolkii I Infected with burglars. A prrHrsete! meeting la In prograM at llano. The WMihw bureau at Fort Worth llM IWf M HHtMJ. Henrietta I to have an Irt plant and electric light syatem. John llper. who resliled er 1'Slr- II. Hunt county, dropowl dead. Pat O'Connors Howe at Terrell Imrnwl, with contents. tofa, $M0; nu Insurant i. The atate comptroller haa registered lt.46) or llrasorla county bridge bonds. The depot of the St. Inut South western railway at (tllmer was de stroyed by Are. The killed achool house near Ster IIiir City, w. net on flrc by lightning and totnllv destroyed. Dor Winn, a familiar figure about IVnUoii. wiin found dead In the Katy tbop vHrdw at that city. HiirRinm I. Ited Jefferson recently. W. Mo"den, one of Troy'a moat prominent rltlscn. la dead. UvUov. l.tiblxMk ami the Omaha part) report having hud one of the moat i-lmwint trip In their IIvch. The (icnraitown oil mill. upltal ftock. to.iMto. ha tiled It charter at Austin. Purpose, the operating of a cotton seed oil mill. Th. state health oiSrer la In re Ipt nf wws Iron Tamplco, Mex.. t the effect that the yellow ferer scare titer lis Mown over. V. Kimlndo's produce Itouae at Wa co was htirnad. The loaa la about MS. 000 Uctnando'a candy factory ws alao ilcHtroyad and the Mnccabee's hall. The (ireen Fox lumber company of (lollad died an a m and men t to Ita charter at Austin, changing Ita place of business from CtoMad to Uauudo, Jackson county. Jack utility will have Ita tenth an- mini fair at Jarksboro, beginning Hpt. IT. nml (ontlnuing lire daya, Many of Ita exhibits will be sent to Dallas to the slate fair. ltral estate mm report that there arc more prospectors In the Abilene coun try at title time than ever before. Ivmil sales are becoming more fro nu tint and the proapecta are In every way of n moat niieornnlNg character, At Thrifty, thirteen mllea from llrownwood. Dr. Lewis Wright waa shot and Instantly killed by Chart ' lledgw In a atore. Tlila tragedy U the rcault of trouble of two or three years standing. Doth men atood well In the community. It. It. Liggett of Abilene ha been appointed refereo In baukruKi-y for the Abilene illrlalon Of the rutted SUM dlatrlct court. Judge Meek ap pointed Mr. Liggett to the poalllon n few daya ago. anil at mine entered un order to that effect. CniHimH' I, thirtieth Toxne cavalry, (iHiioe, hrlHflde of ex-Confederates, wtll hold a reunion on Kept. 3 at the Texas State Pair grounds, Dallas. (ln. It. M. (lano, their old commander, oiiwln to lie present and greet hie men. some of whom he haa not aeen sluco ISflf.. The steamship Oylln arrived off Hal- veeton mill waa held nt iiuarnntltie. Hhe had rtaitod the purte ik" Santiago de Cubs. tOHoe and Mayannec. She held a certlneute from the ItoeptUl surgeon at Santiago de Cuba, aaylng It waa not an Infected port. HldT Jum ph C'oiilaHi, one of the pi oneer Mormon elder In Testae, al though only 2 yeara old, HU been no tltied to reimrt at Salt Uke City. Bl der iilum baa been In Tesaa over too i-tir. and la prealdent of the Korth T xaa conference. Taylor lounty'a tax rolla ahow an In ereMe on the taxable value of inn count v over laet year of $l1t. 1n4 are aaaeeaed on Ute earn baairi aa met year, eaoept where Impwe ineeta have beaei ma4e. The lacreaic, therefcre, la due to new Iwtproveaaanta aad lacreaeed peraMHil pronertr. Mr. J. C. (toriuim, wife of Oapt U or bam of Dallaa, died In that city u few tlaya ao. Mr. OorkaNt waa a n lee of (1m. Sterling I'rk-e, the Ohh federate nttleer. On her motker'a alda ahe waa a deeeendaat of ei -Chief Jus. tics Marekall of the UalUd State bm praeM eourt. Tke rftabilabmeNt ei IM KImm In the bualnrt center of lionet on caught Hre, and hut for the energeile and pruaapt work of tbe ft re tienjHKeMnt the damage would aouhtleee hare beex KraaJ Ianm la nearly fSIW. Pnlly In aurett My the expiohiou of a boiler aenr lllnggidd two a were Injnretl. Tbe boiler wan attai ned to a threahlitg wa ebinr A hay ataek and SM hmlula of wkent were aeotrfad. Tbe thtejgktr e aeajB) eeeBjejeja; flFBjeaBjeBff STATE EVENTS In Epitome of Recent Doings in Texas. (Junranlln Itnlfrit. llmaten, Tex., AtiR. 30. Tho quar- intlnn HRalnat (lnlventon hna been raised. Health ofTleers of other cities rowramomled this eaume. Dr. Hlnnt, atate henllli oITIeer. In tpanklng of the little qiinrnntluc epi sode jHt cIimkhI said: Tbe rase waa somewhat iiecullar throughout. When I wm flmt notified that there waa a ease In (lalveaton I hastened there to InrestlKsie It. After looking at tbe caee, finding there was communication netween Port I'nlnl and (mlveeton. It wa. my plain duty In defenee of the rest of the atate to quarantine lualnat both. I did so. I kept It on aa yon know a few daya to development. I to-day. with other physician, made an Investigation which with aiMuraiice by the physi cians there that there were nn auspi cious cases and that the health of Oalveaton was good, convinced in that further nuaratitlne wns inneeeesary. 'The doctors of both cities agreed will me In this. Now. there Is a rloso quarantine una Inst Port Point nud It will be kept on fnr some time. The case there Is paurulescent mid there Is nn further danaer." snlillT t'Hiienil. an Antonio. Tex.. Aug. M. Private. A. It. WnrrlttRtou nf troop I., 11 rat Tex as cavalry, died at the hospital at Port Sam Houston Sunday night of typhoid fever. The deceased was 38 years old, anil was n native of Mlaaourl. He waa hurled with military honors In the na tional cemeteiy yesterday nflernnnn. Tne casket In which tho dead soldier lay waa carried to the cemetery on n onlssnii, with troop 4 of the Stnnlny raiiKer hHIiik aa n nuard of honor mid nil of the Might tniopa atattontNl here following The ii'Klini'iital hand pro reded the iirocesslon, plnyliiB n funer al mnrrh. All olllFcre of the roglmout atinnilsd In a body. At the gmvo the funeral rerutnunlra were perforniud by ChaplBln II. II. Carroll. Jr.. after which n volley was flrod over the biuvo anil taps was blown. Mriinec I'ek. Kaufman. Tex.. ug .10.- -nev. Jnko Flbiilry. a Methodist dh iu i of this rliy, hi s it stratiMu pheniiuu non, oi ktIiii pick properly spca'iluK. a strange ftink of nature In th. almtie ot nn rgg, Itev. Mr. Stanley found an rt In his lot that measured sereu and a half Inches around one way nnd olalit nnd n hnlf tbe other. The egg was hrolteu by Mr. Stanley, from v, hlch he took u sniicer lull of a white substance ami In addition to that there was on the In side of the large egg aunt her hkk of or dinary sire and shape, which he also lirolin open and Its contents were tho sum e us other en. The shells on both eggs wore hard Hits tho usual oku-hIioII SM Inn llnml KIIUil, Terrell, Tox.. Auk. JO. John Me. I-ntiKhlln, a section hand, wns run over by n fntlKlit train about twenty mltos bolow hero flunilay night. Ills body was fearfully iiikiikIihI and from hid ronmltiH It was hard to determine whothsr ho had been first killed and placed on the track or hud fallen iwleop ami was hilled by the train. Tho nu thorltlea are litvostlKatJnK the case utu making every snort to learn the fueu luu In llHtniiH. Austin, Tex., Aug. K. Joeenh Heha dre, a, produee dealer of this city, bus left for Havana, Culm, via rialveefuh He takee with him KMX) dosetw of eggs and 1M0 tHXinds of butter, which h bopea to eell In tbe Cuban capital for a Handsome little sum. The newspaper reports saying eggs were selling for SI eenU each aad butter at an equally high price, prompted tbe Auetlu uer ebant to make tbe trip. I HiHMFiirut Atlanpt. lllltabwo. Tex., Aug. . A sensa- Uonnl story reached tbe sheriff's office to the street that an attempt had been MUMie to chloroform Mrs. It. T. Maiaon and children at their borne, three mile west of here. Sunday night. Sheriff Hell went out to Investigate the matter. No clew waa obialnet as to tbe perpetrat or. The failure of the chalroform to work Is ascribed to tbe fart tlutt all the doors and windows were open The supposition Is that some one want ed t commit a rookery. llHMjr Ulre't VlutU. MsttlMM. Tec. Auk. M.Ust weak a son of llobert Jomimon, living stt tnlkss smiUi of here, stuck a utoee of maty wire In bis foot. It wm tMSMght to ho gotttns wen. but gaHKrewe ant In and Us tat her 1. 1 ought hlM to tbe rily risHerisj gnd it was (esu4 ussssanry U sjneMtato bis log just afcrre Ute kus. Mmterlne ' . nteta, Austin, Tex., Auk. 39. The adjutant general yesterday morning receive! from the war department the general orders govern I the mtMlerlng out of volunteer trooiw." The order cover all the minute details of the dtttlos ot ran-terlng-aiit ufllcers. Section SO reads an fliuws: As n rtile tho niustorlng out of or ganisations and their final payment will take place at tho stato regimental rendezvous, except when otherwise or dered by tho war dopartmont. Tho prrtmrntlons and completion ot tho muster-out rolls, roturnn and papers, and the Inspootlou and trnnsfor of pub- lie property to the officers of tho sup ply dujiaruicnts of tho army, except its hereinafter provided, will tnko place before the organization Is ordered to its stato. Tho only property that wilt be allowod to ha retained until mttstsr out, unless otherwise ordered by tho mustering officer. Is tho rifles, cart ridge belts, cups, onntcous, meat vans, knlvoe, forks and spoons, nocoeenry modlcal supplies and tont equipage the colors and the reglmeiitHl and com pany records. "In cases of enlisted msu absent, who on account of slekuesu are un able to Join their couimnuitH, the dls ahatite certificates, with carefully pre pared descriptive lists of account of pay and clothing, giving thu uililrees of the sohllor, will bo given to the inus- tcrltti: olllcer for trausinlsslon with the muster-out rolls to tho adjutant gen eral of tho army, and the soldier will be olllclnlly notified to apply by letter to tho jmynmstar gouurul of thu army for final jiaymeut." Tho order contains very minute de tails of physical examinations, and the first paragraph reads us follows: "To facilitate the settlement of pension claims that may be made on account of disability Incurred In the United States sorvlro, nnd to protect tho rights ot persons who may be entitled to the benefits of the pension laws, us well us to guard tho Interests ot thu BO'"ro mant, It Is ordered that a thorough physical examination bo tnudo of all ollicers nnd unlisted mutt of volunteers, except general olllcers nud ofllours ot the uuncrnl stuff Immedlatuly prior to thulr muster out of norvlcu or tils- clinrce. Por this purposo u blank form will ho supplied by thu udjutuut goner- el of thu ti my." The orders do not statu tho (Into of inusturliig out. TeinICi-iiliirMiii, .tnrhtbnrn'i lint Trnln. Jarksboro, Tex.. Aug. 36. Fully HMO people met here yesterday and cele brated the completion of tho Hock Isl and road into Jarksboro. Tho occasion was tho event In tho history of the plaeo. Visitors were present from Denton, Clay, Mentaguo, Wilbarger. WIo, Parker, 1'alo Pinto, Young, Archer and Throckmorton counties. Some of them began to resell hero In wagons, etc., Tuesday, and tho string of vehicles continued until yes terday, At 11 o'clock yesterday tho Itoek Isl and excursion with eight coaches load ed to the guards arrived from Port Worth. The I'anthor Cty had a repre sentative ilalagatlon aboard, Including Cut. John I'ctcr Smth. H. II. Car tor. Martin Casoy.Charlos Hwascy.Porsythe W. (I. Tumor. William Montgomery, Dlngc. Dr. Hurrlnger, Alliums. J. C. Loving. Iirlmer, Jerre Hoehc, Spen cer, llollnway, W. It. liklnnor, Jnko Washer. James It. Itobtuson, several Hock Island olllclats nnd a host of oth ers. Along the route good-slxed crowds got on at lloyd. Paradise, Ilrldgepnrt and Vlnevnrd and from Decatur, Howie nnd other points north ot llridKeport u number came over, Including Congress man Stephens, Ktate Henntor 0. V. Tor rell. Itepresentatlvo Ilarrott, Judge J. W. Paterroii and Hon. T. J. McMurray. A lnrge crowd was present with brass ImiiiI whtut tho first imsesuger trnln which has ever run Into Jaeksboro and Jack county arrived. The Hags wore waved, the band play ed "A Hot Time In the Old Town To N'lght" and thousands ot throats sent up three cheers for the Itoclc Island. In n beautiful grove about a mils out a barbecue and picnic was ojoyod. Twenty beeves nud sixty sheep wore slaughtered and 1000 loaves ot bread cut for the occasion. Speeches were made by Hon. N. II. Lasalstnr, John It. ltoblnsou, 11. C. Hollnwny, Col. John Peter Smith of Port Worth. Hon. W. II. Atwoll of Dal las, J. IC. McComb of Houston, Con Kressmnn Btephons and Itopresentutlvo J. P. llarrct of Henrietta. The ox-lContucklans throughout tho Mate aro organizing clubs with a vtow to effecting a permanent nrgnulzatlon. The Texas Slate I'alr nnd Dullus lx ptwlllou has ileelgnutitd Oet. 14 us Ken tucky day at the fair grounds, and Henry Wntterson of Kentucky has been Invited by the ex-Keutucklnus, and also by the State fair manage ment and the fcx-rnnfederatea. to bo present and deliver an address on that day. The committee on arrangements has been promised unusual coucea ions In the way of passenger rates, tnd the day will douhtloss te one long :o lie rememb. red. It li suggested that .he ex-ICeutucklans In each county go to work and get the names of all per sons living In their respective ro ini tios and forward tho same to Mr. II. C. Weaver, tho corresponding secre tary of the central committee of ox Ksntttuklaus. at Dallas, who will fur nish any details desired. They should also orgaulzo local alubs. foundry llurm. Toxnrkano, Tex.. Aug. SC. Tho Kol ly foundry, sltuatcil on Front street In this city, was totally destroyed by tiro Tuesday night. Tho blook In which tho building was located con sisted of two hotcla, the Ico factory mil n lot of residences, all being of tvood work except the Ico houses. for n while that entire srotlon ot tho tlty was Imperiled. The foundry was i total loss, tho value being about 3C00. The stable of tho Ire company Ignited and was damaged to tho ox cut of SROO. Mrs. nilohrcoet's hotel aas also severely Injured. An empty frame building was entirely desroyed. l'he losses were fully covered by Insurance. Ordinance Oppmril, Cleburne, Tox., Aug. 3D. A fow months ago the county oommlsslnuars purchased a murkct square and tho lly paused an nrdlimiiee requiring parties having produce, fnr sale to go Ihsre for that purpose Inetuud of using the public square. There waa consid erable opposition to this. Yesterday P. M. Itnst began the circulation of n paper among tbe farmers, which after the preamble says: "We whc names are hereto at tached resolve hereby that we will of fer no cotton for sale In the city of Cleburne until aald obnoxious ordi nance Is repealed nud until we ean have free use of the imblle square In said city nf Cleburne on which to dls poee of all our farm products." Tn lteenlet. Austin, Tex.. Aug. . The tax rolls af tke following counties ware received by the comptroller Saturday: Jackson, total values IWM.ITI; In crease S14U1I. Howard, total values IIJlM.rW; in. create SHtMSS. lfastland. total values t3.IOT.Stt. In. create f 01.440. nillegple. total values IWIl.lMj de. trease iHJti. I.ilnniii I'tilil, III Paso. Tex., Aug. SiTwo Msxl- anns settled a difference here with knives. Tbey were rivals for tbe fa. vara of the same woman. One wui walking with Iter and ehaueed to meet tbe oeher. Itotb drew knlve and wight. Tbe woman's escort was stabbed five times and full mortally woundatl. (bj asjHlhiHt etsstperi with only a IIkIiI wound ami evgdud arrest ty crowing tbe ltlo Qraude Into Mexlto. ltntnnt Khldevl. Atistln, Tex., Aug. 37. A disagree ment In the awarding of tho Shaw cap ture reward money occurred hero be tween Hhorlff Tom Doll of Hill county, Deputy Sheriffs D. A. DeWIlt of Na varro county nnd Waller Anthony of Henderson county. The slate offered n rownrd of $100 nnd theso three ponco ofTleers could not agreo as to how It should bo divided. Sheriff Tom Hell claims he went out Into tho field nnd was clcwo on Bhnw' troll whon ho was captured by Deputy Sheriff Anthony. Deputy ShorlfT DoWitt contended that he was nloso onto Hhaw with his blood hounds when tho enpturo was mado and had been on his trnlt for some time. Deputy Sheriff Anthony captured fllinw nnd received tho $100 rownrd of fered by tho sheriff of Johnson county and yesterday tho warrant for $100 wns drawn In his name, but by agreement ho paid Doll $19C nnd DoWitt $?S tor their assistance In the capture. Ilenvy Itutiliery, lown Park. Tox., Aug. 37. The oafs of J. P. (Ircenloe fe Co., druggists of this place was burglarized Thursday night of about $100 In money, of which about $13 was the property of the firm, tho Imlanco being deposits for safe keeping by loon I societies and ono or two prlvnto imrtlee. No clew. Tho loeK was either worked by skilled hands or was Inadvertantly toft with the combination Insufficiently turned on, as the safo Is unbroken. A heavy trap door opens from tho sidewalk In to the collar nud Is unprovided with fastenings. Through this door Into the collar nnd up a stairway through n partition dour, width was unlocked, tho burglars ovldontly ontered, as the looks of the building were unbroken. (Ililteatnn Uiinrniitlne.l. Oalvoston, Tox., Aug. 37. (lalvoston Is completely bottled up. Dr. W. P. Illunt, state health olllcer, has a strict quarantine on and no passengers or londod freight trains nrn pormlttod to leave tho city. Freight Is again mov ing Into tho city, tho train crows bo Ing changed without contact at Vir ginia Point, across tho bay, and ar rangements hnvo lieon mado for fumt Ruling tho ompty cars and sending thorn out nf tho city. Dr. Illunt stronglv '('. ,tc 10 the opinion that the enso at Fort Point Is typhoid fever, hut ho deems It best ta kcop (lalvoston quarantined until that question enn bo definitely determined. tfnva Compiled, Austin, Tex., Aug. 3C TUIlroad Com. mltlftonor Allison Mnyfleld has been advised by (Superintendent O. W. Csro ot tho Pacific lixproea company nt Fort Worth that that oominny would com ply with tho commission's ruling nnd follow In tho footsteiM of tho Wells Fargo itnd pay the revenue stamp tux at once, which Is llio samo ngreomont as tho Wolls-Pargo made. All tho agents ot those express com panies doing buslnoss In tho stato will ho accordingly ttotllled ot tho tunttor. It Is said that tho attorney gener al's department had prspare.1 to take tho necessary stnp to ontorue tho com pllnnco ot tho expriWM companies with the commlslson's ruling on the Mihjtrt, but now thnt tin aforesaid rompnnloa hnvo slgnlllcd thnlr intention to bow to tho ruling nt the commission tho notion agnlnst tlistu will be abandoned. Ilumlnr. nt Work. Mount Vernon, Tot.. Aug. 3d. J. 8. Rmlth's drug storo. P. M. Prltle's dry Ooods storo nnd llnnlster ft Holland's grocory storo wore burglarised Wed nesday night. The thieves obtained $B0 worth of Jowelry from Smith. $100 worth of clothing and furnishing goods from Prltlo nnd quite nu amount of grocorlos from Hmilstnr A Holland. Thlu Is the third llmo those three storos hnvo boon burglarized In eigh teen months. Tho sheriff and posse aro hunting the thieves with bloodhounds. I'riilirp lliem, Abilene, Tox., Aug. 2(1. Major Allen Iluoll ot tho fourth Texas was hero from HoiiNton on account of the sick noes of his llttlo daughter, Oonovlove, but rolurnod to Houston. Ho praises tho fourth regiment very highly, and says thoy aro ready for effective car vlco. He says they aro not exporting to bo mustered out, but look for orders to go either to Culm or the Philippines within tho next sixty days. llnrlml In I'litter'n I'm lit. Sherman, Tex., Aug. SC. Tho body it n stranger who unve tho name nf Fred Haynes and who died without means at a I-ninur street hotel after remaining at the morguu for twenty four hours, was yesterday Interred In the pottur's Held, io answers hnvlng been received from telcgrnme sent to several parties, whoso names wore found In letters taken from the pockets of tho deceased. Ho was about 40 years ot ago and thought to bo unmarried, Valuables SloUu. Dallas, Tex., Aug. Sfi. Al noon yes terday a sneak thief entered tho homo of Mr Louis It. Torroy, 47C .luekson Htreet, nud stole n gold wutab, several diamond rings uud pins, u pearl neck- tare and other nrtlolos ot vuluo, all umiiulitlng to about $1000. Mrs. Torrey waa on thu promlsos at the time of the rubbery. The lHillce were notified and given a description of the property, nnd thoy are quietly at work on tho ease. Clojfl ( nil. Sherman. Teg., Aug. II. Thursday ulgbt a shut wantonly ftred entered the residence ot II. U Klbler. 11 M North Itnst street, and barely mlaeed Mrs. Klbber. Iteckleaa shooting Is getting to be a very commun ooeurreuro In that section and the police are en deavoring to loeate the guilt) parties. Unglneer Williams, shut In the at tempted Santa Pe hold-up near Port Worth several days ago, Is dead. TrOHbls U feared with the Philippine InmrjHtiU. UlghUilug killed a girl at Carbon, Tox. Kuurk.it Many Kant. Dallas. Tax.. Aug. M. Officer Wil liam Wilson was sitting cm his horse in ilrvay street yesterday talking o a matt en the sidewalk when an sjeetrle ear eome along, struck tb ur of the hene. knocked It about IS set. dumping William In a mud hols. ft&MPt fur the Injury ta his elotke jid his horse's Iruliu bo damage was lone. Ilrimnuniiil llnrlinrun, llrownwood, Tox., Aug, 27. A bar Imk'uh glvon by tho tnsrohnnts of llrownwood to tho citizens of tho ad jacent territory was attended Thursday by nbout 0.000 people Thousu nl specahos, races and nnmoa wore the principal fonturoa of tho day's en joyment. Tho llrownwood Imnd fur nished music for tho occasion nnd when tho bnnd played tho crowd cheer ed. Dvory one seemed to hnvo plenty to oat, and tho red lemoumlo men did a rushing business. Tho festivities wore oxtended wall Into tho night. H.iihmI llnjr nf .lulillnti. Sherman, Tox., Aug. 27. It Ib ostl- mated that 80,000 people wcro at Col logo park yesterday, tho second day of tho jubllco. Congressman Bayers, Col. U J, Polk nnd others mado speeches. Tho parade was a mammoth affair, and tho streets wero thronged to view It. Hundreds of wngoua wore on hand, and Shormnu entertained tho many thousands In grand stylo. A barbecue was glvon. Hurled lit Cletinriie, Clohn-no. Tox., Aug. 20. Knglneor Joo Williams, who died nt Port Worth, as burled hero yesterday at 10 clock. It will ho remembered thnt ho was tho onglnoer who was shot by tho partlos who attempted to rob tho Bnntn Fe trnln Just beyond Port WorJh wnicn unto Fireman Whlttaltcr wVL killed and Knglneor WIlllamB wns shoT In tho log. Ho wns a Knight Templar Mason nnd n member of tho Hrother- hood ot locomotive Knglnosrs. Hiinsrr xinh, McKlnncy, Tox.. Aug. 2C Yotor(lay whllo a crowd was In front of a gro cory store n mink enmo from uudor the storo nnd attacked a chicken on tho sldownlk and killed It. Though the lit. ' tie murderer was attsx-ked with sticks and boot hools It heroically tried to kill another chicken, but wns killed before It suecoedoil. This makes the fourth mink killed at said store. Will Nut It Sold, Cleburne, Tox., Aug. 27. John 11. Hhaw was qulto restless this after noon and Is getting anxious to hnv his execution over. The strain Is tell Ing on his nerves. His mother very emphatically refuses to allow him to sell his body, and says she would rather lire on In poverty than have htm do so. Musi Tiller. Uolveetcn. Tex., Aug. 27. The state single tax convention met yesterday for Its final executive session. After ndoptlng a declaration ot prlnelnlw Prof. J. a. 11. Ilttak ot Palestine wns re-elected president and Mr. A. I'reo- land of Waeo as seretsry et Ue or- ganlzatlsn. Mrs. Carrie Hell llrann, widow of the late w. c. Hrann, has bronglttsult sguluit the Aatna Ltfelnsurunoeeom. (mnynt Waeo for 16.000 with twelve tier sent for Interest and attorney's fee, whteh she alleges suttl oowpuny owns un a ollay on Iter late husoumPs life. It Is learned that the president ami the member of the oabliwt fully ox iieot to attend thu 'IVans-Miestaeluiil exjwsltion some time lata lnStMber or early hi Oetobw. A scheme hat mn uxixhwI at tan aon fur ertlHK jwupor labor to A I Her leu as stowuwuys. Hx-dov. Ourrler of Kw Ilaiupihhe lied at Coneord, that sute- A mil her Cilp, Austin. Tex.. Aug. 21. Stnte Health Ollloor W. P. Illunt received Informa tion to-dny that another caso of yellow fever tins developed ot Franklin. . lo slated that the strict quarantine against Franklin Is still In effect nnd ho npprohonds no spread ot tho dis ease. Ho left for Houitou. I'lril IIiij'. I'eatlrllle. Hhcrman, Tox., Aug. 21. Tho first day of tho Slioiiiian Miiul-reiucnnlal wns attended hy thousamlH of pejplc. The old settler In particular, uud their descendants, nod n glnrltmi time -a regular love fen at. (juke u number of vpuoehoa were mado at the park. New llullillnit.. He Paso, Tex., Aug. 20. Ust night the city council appropriated $20,000 to build a city hall and $10,000 for n Intl nud fire department quarters. The muuev wns acquired hy the sale of a recent bund Issue to Chicago bankers. The Cnrbett-MeCoy tight comes off Oot. 1 at Chuktowngn, N. Y. The ICrle- Oel 1 at Ohciklowaga, N. Y. The ICrle- tavlgne bout Is scheduled for same place Sept. 12. Twelve uersons were Injured In a railroad wreck near Port Huron, Mich. All are ladles. A girl was burned to death at Paris by a eoal all explosion. All troops In Porto Itleo not needed are to oonie horns. Tho Knights ef Khornsean parade at Indianapolis, Ind wns a grand l affair. M Sister lleuedletu In aharge ot S(. JotHYe ordiuHiig, Oak Cliff has gone toChlokumsugu Park ta Join the Slster ot Charity thetv nursing the sick sol diers the having rcjoel red a dlspatoh from fie mother swjmrtor of the order at Mwm-lUburg, Md . a few hour pre vious, dlrssrtlng Iter to leave for that joint Immedlutel. Five hundrMl and flfty-lx Chinese women bare arrived at flaa Franclico.