Fort Worth Daily Gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 38, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 31, 1883 Page: 1 of 8
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folniaiBOttS xieporw xrom oianumg
UOBimUHJUa 111 MiU HUUMOi
jteMure to Repeal tbo Lar Belating
to easiness .assignments!
nMl 'OfinamA fni fliiclaimtirF 1in Gn-
jrt jsiu iDD- ... .-.b su
preme uouri at uaivesion.
iscasaion ot mo -"m w .rroYiae
in Important Bill Bolativo to Text Books
Ljyetting Discussionof tlie Eights of
j'nrcnusenj ui j: uuiic uaauai
Ljcnal Services Relative to the Death
or ine xix-opeaier.
fcioaal Mention arid flotea Prom
!-.olnl to th Gstt-.
'iStlu Januory 30. Mr. Collin from
the conuntttco on stock raising re-
ported favorably the bill relative to the
manner of printing cstrays.
Mr. Perry from the committee on
roads nnil bridges reportod favorably
the bill fixing the time for working
the roads and dollnlng "who shall do
Mr. Peacock from the committee on
nubile buildings and grounds Favor-
iblv for removing the supreme
Mr. Uious irom mulctary commit
tee No. 2 Favorably authorizing the
comptroller to notify tho bondsmen of
collectors when they fail to settle.
Mr Kleberg from the committee on
llie resolution to provide for an extra
clerk for the senate: unhworably the
resblutlon reducing committee clerks
Mr. Johnston of Collin presented a
minority report favoring the last reso-
Mr. Gooch.from judiciary committee
Xo.2 reported Unfavorably the follow-
ing bills: Providing that county
lomniissioners may pay sheriffs not
exceeding (10 cents per day for the
maintenance of prisoners; tho peti-
tion of J. II. Mason county judge of
ltecnr county because in the opinion
oftfcoconiinPtceno conflicts exist in
tbo laws alluded to; petition of eiti-
an? ot tfolitul county turning a chango
initio game law; petition oi citizens
ufJBrowiitpounty asking more riurid
Jiwfl for fence bmikinsr; nrovidimr for
a local option election in school dis-
trict etc; petition of tho attor-
neys of Hood and Tyler counties
.tsuiim n reduction In .tun district nt-
twtiey's fees in certain cases; utvora-
tily prohibiting deer hunting by Art
light with an amendment exempting
AmlerMm Cherokee Rusk Bastrop
ieo cninuiosr luvorablw iixintr thL
punisltntent for robbery at death
or imprisonment for life with
an tmieiidmeut striking out tlie word
M'r. Patton. from thn eonumtti'i nn
asylums reported back the bill pro-
vluitier fur the erection of n branch lu
natic asylum with a substitute nrovitl-
ingitUolSOmiles from Austin and
ai'liropriating?2.JO000 for the same.
1UI.I.S UHFnitKKU :
Hi' Mr. BttvUTn iirnvnnl. lmiiHiirr
Villi lire-arms on Sunday.
lly Mr. Harris To repeal the law
relative to assignmentH for the bene-
fitof creditors; also Using tho fees in
tue ucnartment nr Rint.H wiiinit nmbnu
the charges for filing railroad and tele-
Kranh churtera two hundred and 11 fly
louars juid charters for street rail-
ways and similar corporations one
J Mr. Houston To lwulntn Mm
comiiensation of county attorneys and
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"let attorneys In counties which have
in' tusinet attorney.
Hy Mr. Peacock To provide for im-
f'roveinents and repairing the present
unattc asylum and appropriating $70-
W for the same.
lly Mr. Glbbs To facilitate tho rec-
wuounstrtunents in writing mid pro-
Mamg when and how tho same shall
ly Mr. Fleming Providing for tho
V Mr. Terrell Making a spoclal
"WroprJtiUon for the support of the su-
Pwnie court at Galveston with n favor-
J1"c report from the finance commit-
tee. 00 IllOltmi Mlrt lMllia ilkr.n alfamiflnrl
I'llll tllulllll p.t.1 llw. l'lrK.-f (!..
n .r '.. ..ivt iii; itiov uiiiLi
Jir. t.ilibs moved to amend by
? outfil.OOO and inserting $100.
1 1. . ""vio iiioveu io Miueiui oy
aS out ?l0(X) and insertimr
.."r Qooch mriV(il Innilil tlift wnr1
am ture" before tho words "and re-
ton rulcs we' Huspended nnd tho
"o bill to provide fees for attached
nc-ises ponding yesterday was
S'ltd UD. OOndl.m lYwnnaatlnrr Af tl.n
'option of Mr Martin's resolution to
K?i t 'felony and insert "critn-
J . oororo grand jury. Lost.
'litoii "c'tlfi'" '1 Iiwert "In wrlt-
FORT WORTH TJDXAS EDES DAY JAUAlt'Y3i7T885T
Hon is madd for attnehmenta
refuse the same." Adonted
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inserting "that tho testimony is ma
terlal to his defense." Adopted.
m iii w "Wived tq aineud by
providing that only two witnesses to
any one mutorlal point-jshnll recelVo
Pending the discussion a communi-
cation was read from the comptroller
Blowing that $00001 had been paid to
Bherllb for convoying attached wit-
nesses in twelve months.
xvir.i.opcn moved to nmntd so that
iuj umicnmonis. snail bo issued In
felony cases until tho htato attorney
Bhall luvve ilrst made a statement in
writing or tho defendant shall hnre
wade tbo aflluavit which will
authorize tlie payment of the wit-
nesses attached. Adopted nnd the
bill pasted to engrossment.
By Mr. Terrell That our repre-
sentatives In congress bo requested to
support tho bill granting pensions to
By Mr. Shannon That 5000 copies
or Governor Ireland's message bo
printed 3000 In English 1000 In Ger-
man 500 In Spanish and 500 lu Bohe-
By Mr. Pope That the senate post-
master ascertain If the senate mall is
being properly forwarded by tho postal
By Mr. Pfeufl'er That a commltteo
of one to act with a committee of two
from the house bo appointed to visit
tho Agricultural nnd Medical Col-
"'gc the Sam Houstou normal and
Prairie View normal schools and re-
port on tho' same.
Tho senate postmaster reported that
several days mall had accumulated in
tho postoillce nt Austin by reason of
want of clerical force.
Mr. Gooch offered the following:
Uesolved that our senators and rep-
resentatives in tho congress of tlie
Uillted States bo and tho same
are hereby requested to endeavor to se-
curoat once additional assistance at
the postoillce at Austin Texas during
tho present session of the legislature
which is greatly needed nnd that a
copy of this resolution bo sent to tho
Texas delegation by telegraph. Ad-
Mr Lindsey presented a petition
from the citizens of Brown county and
Chambers of Collin to authorize a set-
tlement of tlie disputed boundaries by
arbitration ami to regulate tho pro-
ceedings thereunder relating to tho
laying out and opening of public roads
and making a provision for appointing
a road commissioner.
Mr. Itobinsou offered a constitu-
tional amendment exempting from
tax agricultural implements 'ind tho
manufacture of textile fabrics.
Mr. Browning ollered an amend-
ment in reference to ex-officlo ser-
vices of sherifls providing that
sherills be allowed not exceeding $800
for 5000 or a Jess iiuntbcr of Inhabi-
tants inn county and $20 for each ad-
ditiiinal.li.Quf) Jnhablttvtts.-.as jiay for
ex-olllclo bSrVleeV "." '&
Mr. Latham offered a joint resolu-
tion instructing our representatives at
Washington to prevent tha removal of
troops or abandonment of military
position the Rio Grande frontier.
Mr. Bassett To provide for the dis-
position of lands belonging to tho pub-
lic free school funds.
By Mr. 'White A. resolution rela-
ting to tlie salary of tho governor.
By Mr. Patterson An amendment
rela'tiug to attachments.
By Mr. Frymier To provldo for
the improvement oftho lunatic asy-
lum and tho enlargement of the
By Mr. Pendleton To establish tlie
Storling-ltobinson Normal School.
By Mr. Mooro of Washington To
have the same class of school books
used by all the free schools In Texas.
By Mr. Davis of Camp An amend-
ment relating to the enforcement of
tho collection of taxes.
By Mr. Peers To reguluto nnd es-
tablish a more eflicient syntein for ex-
pediting the business of the supreme
By Mr. Kendall 'Resolved by the
house of representatives tho senate
concurring tliat a joint commltteo bo
appointed wjth power to send for per-
sons and papers whoso duty Itshall be
to Inquire into tho violation of the law
of April 0 1681 and violated by per-
sons purchasing under lictitiotts names
and fraudulently more lands than
was allowed them and report to tho
house what legislation is necessary to
recover these lands thus fraudulently
Mr. Kondall I desire to call the at-
tention of the house to the law passed
by the Seventeenth Legislature pro-
viding that no person could purchase
loss than 100 acres nor more than seven
sections of land which has been
grossly violated. 1 have tho names of
lour persons whose aggregate purchase
is more than 1215 sections In excess of
what the law provides. Let us throw
this resolution single shot ftom tho
skirmish lino into tho ranks of those
wily violators of the law and It will
prove to- be a veritable Gatling
gun. ft will astonish and
confuse them more than
Belshazzar when lie saw tho hand-
writing on tho wnll.
Mr. Taylor said lie was not opposed
to an inquiry into the frauds of these
land grabbers but that it properly be-
longed to the courts of tho state to fer-
ret out the frauds that had been perpe-
trated and he thought that the resolu-
tion should be referred.
Mr. Frank honed the resolution
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' 1t n. yiMnU recelvo one dollar per
'tctmiif i Be' w uo Paltl uPon uieir
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ibl. "lll.-H.-ll rUBUUSlllUlOlllUt . -tVUIlIU JIIUUII illllt H1UI lilu JHix..lu -.
---.-i-. iAim!Mi'n mi iiiiiiPiiH nnniitu i n rii'iit in Know oi lik; mum mill uuu
been practiced upon tucni.
.Mr. wurzuacn wntto uouiu nui pu-
resolutlon yet uouuicu
Ho thought nothing could bo accom-
plished by them In the short tlnio they
would have to work: that Governor
Roberts once suggested that these par-
ties who had purchased more land than
the law allowed had dono so by using
tho names of tlteirslsters their cousins
and their aunts and ho thought the
committee could .not tell whether tho
purchases wore valid or illegal. He
C ltuelB certified to by the state ject to the rest
."li'$yHU'; Ith0 Propriety
ill l0l'l; IM0VW to la3 tno sulwtl- i a committee
j: " uieinnie.
f-lKl 1 lit rrlt.
W lh? bUl klng tho state lla-
- 'IiStiJ y lho lfn(lants witneasos
t-"P.v cases. Lost.
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T'B JUdgu td whom Jinnlli-n.
judge to whom applica-
considered tho coaris the proper tribu-
nal lo enquire Into tho frauds..
Mr. Hazlowobd hoped the resolution
would provall ; that ever since Texas
had boon a state men at all times had
been gobbling up her lands. It was
time something cftcctual should bo
Mr. Dennis I respectfully submit
that if; tho laws of tho state have been
violated nr not tho courts tho proper
tribunals to examine into tho matter?
Mr. Boot t opposed the adoption of
tho resolution because he thought the
commltteo could do no good iti the
time they would have to work and
tlut it would incur n useless expendi-
ture of money.
Mr. Kendall Tho resolutions calls
for uo money.
Mr. Scott-.Thcn the. resolution
would. bo no good for without money
liotbfng can bo accomplished.
Mr. Brown hoped tho resolution to
refer would not prevail; that It would
he bettor to lav flirt Itinllnn nV tl.n
table. The frauds should bo thoroughly J
Mr. Barry "I am opposod to tho
resolution. Wo havo threo separate
anu uinm.-b uopariments or our gov
ernment ine executive leghlatlyt
and Judiciary. To adonfc thn nlii
tlon would be to displace the Judiclarv
function of our government. I am de-
cidedly in favor of leaving the matter
to our courts."
Mr. Frank Tho resolntiau Is simply
to get tho facts before this house lh
order that wo may deviso some means
by which the proper officer may
take stops to ferret out and disclose
the swindles which have boon perpe-
trated. Mr. Townsetid moved to table tho
motion to refer Carried.
Mr. Foster of Limestone moved tho
Tho ayes and nays wore called for.
Ayes 74 nays 22.
Under a suspension of tlie rules tho
house Joint resolution appropriated
four thousand five hundred dollars for
tho repairing of tho governor's man-
sion. It was taken up and passed.
Houso bill No. 150 entitled an
act to create a board for the
assessment and equalization of railroad
rolling stock and other movable prop-
erty of railroad companies in this
state was taken up 113 the special order
for the hour.
Mr. Chenoweth the author of tho
bill said that taxntion of property
should bo made uniform; that thoro
was now such assessment of the rail-
road rolling stock and their movable
property as virtually amounted to 110
taxation. He culled tho attention or
the houso to the fact that on two sev-
eral occasions the comptroller
had recommended that a
tribunal of some kind should bo
organized for tho purpose of equalizing
tho taxation on this species of prop-
perty ; that under the law as it now
existed a clerk or agent of a railroad
company niado his report to tho asses-
sor anth tho assessor reported to tho
comptroller simply tho report made to
him by the agent of the railroad
wf- ?m-nuvnu. au3inean
law now existed; of iiiqulriiij:
justness of the renort.
Mr. Chenoweth discussed the bill nt
some length pointing out the defects
In tho present law and .showing
how tho taxation on tho wagons
and carriages and coaches In the state
amounted to ntoro than that received
from railroads in their vast amount of
movablo property. He said somo of
the members considered tho bill un-
constitutional hut he thought there
was nothing in it which conflicted
with the constitution.
Mr. Wurzbach said ho ntrrced with
the gentleman from Fannin in a great
measure but that he considered the
bill unconstitutional; that the consti-
tution provided a board of equaliza-
tion for tho taxation of property and
that wo should endorse no measure
conflicting with Its provisions.
Mr. Clinmbcrs of Collin said thafhe
thought his friend from Bexar (Mr
Wurzbach) was laboring under a mis-
apprehension; that he was lu tho leg-
islature when tho constitution was
framed and was suro that none of tho
provisions to which ho (Mr. Wurz-
bach) had referred were iutanded to
operate against anything proposed in
Mr. Scott objected to the bill be-
cause he thought tho constitution
made amplo provision for (he assess-
ment nnd equalization of all taxes on
railroad property rolling kIocI; etc.
as well as road beds'.
Mr. Moore of Eastland thought tho
bill proposed was contrary to the con-
stitution; t!r.t ?.e'mipht as woll say
(he 'cgislaturo lias a right to create a
eunremc court as to create a board of
eominifsioners as provided In the bill:
mat no tnougui- 1110 commissioners'
eourlfl were as capable of acting its tlie
board offered us in tho bill which
makes the trovernor. commissioner of
the land ofhco and
VOL. 7 NO. 38
the state had sustained by his death
was taken up.
Mr. Foster of Grayson In n vory ap-
propriate address rovlowlug tho life of
Jtotf. okondK n. Kukvks
moved alt adoption . of tho resolution
which was seconded by Messrs. Coch-
ran Graves Chenoweth Frymier and
others all of. whom spokoof the integ-
rity and purity of tho man.
After the adoption of the resolution
the house adjourned till 10 a.m. to-
Wnu Elliott of Taylor deposited lit
tho treasury to-day Ml.Ouo on Jlfty
Tho comptroller paid Into tho treas-
ury 1105000 to-day bcltig tho amount
received from tax collection.
The Paelflo Express Company paid
their annual tax of $500;
The Lion Fire Ilmfrh.ice Company
of Loudon England and tho Scottish
Union and National Insurance Com-
pany of Edinburgh Scotland were
authorized to-day td transact business
for the'eurront year.
Returns from twenty-three fire In-
surance companies out of ulxtv-nliiti
legislative J doing business In Texas tho past year
nuuwaii.iigirrugiiia premium reociveu
of nine hundred and eleven thousand
dollars; losses Incurred one million
tWenty-ono thousand making a loss
(o the companies with tho expense of
managing added of oyer fou r hundred
II. P. Brewster will assume control
of his office to-morrow as commissioner
of insurance nnd statistics He retains
John W. Swindell as chief clerk.
Major Samuel Smith United States
inspector of tho free delivery system
arrived to-day and will recnutined the
letter carrier system bo inaugurated
A. J. Rose grand master of tho
State Grange is here and will remain
g iitur ttie
Rendered by tho Gaictlo Correspondents
Throughout the Slate
A Serious and Destructive Fire at Terrell
Yesterday Morning. t
Marshall Gosling's Statement Concerning
the Reward for Treasurer Polk
Louis Ladd Kills Another Negro Kamed
A Serious and Fatal Railroad Accident Re-
ported Near Tyler.
Terrell Kaufman county January
SO This morning htnlno o'clock ft Jlru
was discovered in tho cotton on 0. C
Wilson & Oo's platform which is con-
neetetl with the Texas tuid Pacific
depot. Their warehouse and four
hundred bales of cotton wore soon
enveloped In flames. Mr. Wilson is
tho Pacific Express agent. All tho
property of the express company
wtus lost. Tho loss on tho warehouse
ami platform Is fifteen hundred dol-
lars insurance eight hundred and
fifty dollars. Tho platform between
the warehouse and depot was torn up
and tho depot saved. Tho railroad
company's loss Is sixty by sixty feet of
platform four halo of cotton burned
and two damaged Thocotton burned
was owned by merchants with in-
surance to cover it. The telegraph
lines were burned and connection
broken for eight hours.
llivlus t Corloy bankers who were
burned out with the Star block in Oc-
tober laid tho foundation of their new
bank on Moore uvontio to-day.
Hon. .1. N. Rushing is tit home from
Austin visiting his slolc wife.
Hpctiltlt tilth CliiKnttn.
San Antonio January ilO Tho
Mayor states that no cnsea.of small-
pox havo been reported this week.
Ono of tho four under treatment died
last night. E. R. Shearer was. burled
in-1 ..'. DtV.tt Klshn'-'lpor -'pfll'ilated
1 met !!
no tntrf'n . v
lftro Iteiiortml nt Tornill-Clnirch Tmul.lo
Clmilty Court .Miitlei-H.
yimotnl to thn Outtt.
Dallas January !(0. A lire broke out
nt Terrell this morning destroying the
Texas Express Campany's building
and part of the contents also flvo hun-
dred bales of cotton on tho railroad
platform. The loss is estimated at
ftSO.OW pretty well insured hut tho
wires havo been down all day and le
full details are not given. Tho tire
was caused by a spark front a railroad
Unknown burglars wont tliAituth
Doughlos Brother's merchant tailor t
establishment last evcnlnir and r
llevod it of a small amount of clothe
A German citizens commltteo slutted
out to-day and up to to-night luvc so ;
cured n cash .indication 01 nearly six
hundred dollars for the relief or U
flood sufferers In Germany. H.viml'i
thousand dollars will bo raised. ' '
-Msttdwart church dlsaKrecnu'f 11
brolWiVcutlu thfEpicopul CiiiUvU&d
congregratlon Bi-ihop Gnrrofi .ui.t
part of ike congregation hot on op-
posed by a largo anil Ihllucutioi -le -1
inent. Tho trouble and lt tr.tc in
wardness promises to drift in'" tbo
papers extensively in a day or twin
The Catholics ipenctl a lair to-nlbfe
to continuo five days and nlghL tts
object is to aid lu the osUib siting
(if Mr. 1'iitrii'lc'H lirlnli f'hlireli l.i (inar
iinWurdxnrftin.ntUI. Tlmommlnir lsii lilir ' lll-irrOCS. a "I t'ifl KM'h' 1
success. Ground is purchased and the b"en Upi i-uty u . ni i il
church will bo begun soon. MMspi 1. lAd ? lloiij
GeoriMi Burnnlt wim tried and do . wh be )i-ft hlO) btiV'
quited in tho district court of A tit .jJ'J ay H Mf' u"1" n.
Imisli.ui Iniln M. M. Arr iiirtfm ill I .i.nt IHH .ILKOfc av ' i
I'llfjO .U1t'l W : I
1 mi o in t.jntrcv.
1 ' .tiat tlie sV'i jor $&$
' mi Mc nr Ultli'; J 91
1 rill anil J Av iittidlbtt-d
it- ti-e loll. -? '
'tv u fr "! t -jjcqawnl
1! ; Im -.o
coededln roninyliig air'iho.fnrnlUiro'
pertaining to tho church. It Was an!
extraonllnary otlbrt upoit the part
of the citizens knd by tho timely
arr val of a freight onglno tho 'cotton
Platiorm and freight deixit of thn
lntornrttlonttl Road was saved from
the flames. Thoro ras about 1600 bale
of cotton 011 the platform ami in the
WhlcH.hks been creating so much curi-
ositystneo Friday was given to tho
Jury this cVeitlng. They mow. out '
wl ten inlnAtei when
defendant West guilty W .chargoitv lq
the Indictment. It la tlw goiieral siii
position that khibtlon for u iimv fri.ir
will be made and If bverhilpd tho caw
will bo appealed. ; ' . '
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Upmdut to tUn Clitt
lloltnn. January UO--'ihentroJoveri ;
linyo been rtn tho g( for moral WHpks1
and sovoral troupes h"tvvo?ngagemetitfi 1
to como soon. ' ;.; ' A
AivoxWslvo tiddltlou ?ntta foiirtij '"; ' '
stoVv. with. other lmnr6veiii(f. nni il .
bbmadolmniedlately totln CltyHbi 5
101. liwiiunen ueono or thu iinest
in tho slate. . ' .- "
Js L. l'ratr. Into of GoonMilmvii.linu
Just compluted nta cost f$K;0Qi)liI'
livery outfit which Is socoiul to fdnu 1.-
in tno state. 1 .
Tho ory for wood is lm'lvd' ..
now since Mr. Ware 'lis ' .
starlod a saw mill" -r.ri' .1
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prlso is qulto a convenience f6riV:
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...vv. ...v.v .untq VIVIIIIIIX.II.TV-
soon quelled by tho vhr hint nol :z
tyotlcers. ; u
backou by couiily otUcers.
tKMi)nl to tho CluKotto.
Colorado January &. A McxN
by the name of Rooollas Ma)lna tt.
utVlfr tho Inlluenco or whisky j
down on a railroad track hero.u--and
luid his left arm cut oil b
casUbouml freight train. Theiii"
doing well nt (his writing. . .
HjnnJUil to Ihn Oot t i
Caldwell January iai. Thotwr'
ties named Roborlson Shorlil' Vf. .
of Burleson county nrrestctl t'ro
about a week ago havo at hiHf-vo
Idonlltled. Thoyaro wanteditf'!1"..
'.ales county for horse ntwtlltii.beY
wore riding good horses" wll '"' '
rested. A dentilv wl I soon nroio
carry them to Gtinzales.
0 Is 'It
f to tho
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on of t
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-I't-ri'tmi JHa:rv :u.
'Mile r.orf'ti lif U. it a
L.tWiw lji.1.1 Ininl3el iliii(WlithtitSToFM.lijit'
IStfiftll .". .A ': ' . . 'Ma r
xbdlwm i?ttA mm "MBS
;ro.rdnif ftnlmrftrMqi m
nud gaVo hiiijiaf; .-up to fh'-l
Illul lifoo4 .fJtlittii fa t l
county to-day. Ho made alV.n tvi.t t' ;rtm
against Arnugton cuarging iumi w n
I'ulbc Imprisonment and then ' n'iiif
a saddle britlle etc. from l:tu li
declares ho can and will put AfJdmTlori
Into the penitentiary. n
LITTLE ROCIt- itf
Heavy Knit t Iln I'lIoil-lnVpurlant Ilncio-
ton .(;uliihf 11 Kitlll'MHil.
Little Rock January 3ffwYlt'. "
General BrewMerhasordcroq. Unite t
BUitos district attorney Jo flfea (.III In
tlie Federal court in behalf id thi
1'hilbrook heirs wlncUtlin howiifr-
shin for a lnu' nnrtloii 01
ground comprislu; lho ld oily
Tit eJaim it.Ttr
8utal iUiyaftii) . j'
v ;i'rjju)uaryBO-'i(ittnoruiriipftiuti ;Uoel
Hound nnuscnuer train on thu futiirh l)oitn Itwf
. 3 ii . -II'VI.
tloual niijU Uroat Northorn IjSofftl.
JuYrt'iifitl vh track about ono nillfirtirlh
of A'riueolft tO'thty tbroiVitig. twoard
and it baggaifti tr to the iJiieii Ktrnig
i M uiun. The company so. huh i ni-
i'nlrin .ritimngit lu this mietortoiia.
"'I'Ik miuth-bfiinul train in eonhftqutjitoo
" thiK vm'ti was dehty I eVefal
In 'u. .
Vila litoiutu-'- .j d 0 Morrill iH-itbtlie
ptHoeftf tl. Wnl wn lias ut -ti
nit trlflUiMo lorpt tiig inii'topi.i mt
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firii oi'ti 1 Pmf&BKBSluri war' f
k -' It i0r :md tli- tg J fi'WmP- Tlt-
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t-i 1 ' I In i" 'Br-iitii initfJffirf (f
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ffririiiflliiAtaWf W M'.Jji'iP'IMMBM '- 6 V'-Ma.
K4SKMriWj.-4iiiA-WvldliRAi lr "! tfMi
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:' tb s 1- i I "ij.'1- 1 "wm - Si "
:-i:il J.i 1 ' U.'UMk ' 4l .tal I ' I 'V
;i. wtv.-ibt f-'mVIfiv .. Wm&M'tM'-' i'"
Writn. ' ' '.-t artllht1ftttfiSSl(irll Kl t HOffllWl
'.v ' rr"i4 im&v : 7Ssai.. insv t vmi t
(m&nm f JJ!lilflCCSw'j s " 1
1 iAtmriiXWi.xsikitli Mm l
M'nvriiwriv.i nwuuti w i
ii UlTjjustt! v
H; '5fe: and
I- 'f 'Ktlit .. .
limits of Little Itoi'k.
before thy Interior d-pa'tmo.; and CQgwhlf pT HlOaUi la
tho object is to toil naitgu m rt. Tin fcculeilw' was (tlUO lilt
Last year 11 It. Duw; i.i-d v'irj
mortgagees of th" Mvinplri- nnd LltU" 1
ItUVK JtUliniilU MulVSHMill. J.. .
mortgage hold against tho company
by the state for $1()()00!) loaned In 1800
and interest. Dow then brought suit
against tho railway company m refund
tno money pant. Juuge t;amweu 01
tho hoard; that these gentlemen
mentioned had enough already to do
In their respective positions.
Mr. Patterson hoped that the bill
would not become a law; that ho con-
sidered it wholly unconstitutional:
that even if the hill became a law tlie
railroads would never nay a cent of
tax under Its provision. He was In
favor of leaving tho law aa it is for tho
Mr. Thompson was-in favor of the
adoption of the 1)111 and could sec
nothing in its provisions tliat was un-
constitutional. Mr Robinson of Jack county con-
sidered tho bill unconstitutional; be-
lieving as ho did ho could not give it
Pending tho consideration of tho
bill the house adjourned until 7:.J0 to-
night. KVBNISO 6K3tfIOX.
Tho house met at 7:80 p.m
Tho special order of the evening was
the memorial services in honor of Geo.
R. Reeves deceased into speaker of
the houso. Tho hall was appropriately
draped in mourning and many ladle
were present to do honor to the do-
parted speaker. Singing was had by
tho Presbyterian choir. '
Tho resolution uxpreslvo.ofthebyin-
pathy of the house for the great loss
lho United States court to-d.iv decided
the comptroller 1 tbo company" most repay the money.
ITuNmiunawmTi: llti'l owe their
life and present good health to A.clcor's
English Remedy for consumption
coughs colds etc. fcjold by O. W.
Harradall. 1 12(5 dwood lw
ACKint's Ci:.i:i5itATi; TCnomku
Rust kdv for cnigiis colds and con-
sumption. Kohl by us on 11 guarantee.
Sold by C. W. Barrailall.
Lost On the l!Jth red Gordon setter
dog. Has on collar with plate. An-
swers to name of "Jolly." A liberal
reward will bo paid for his return to
It. 13. Montgomery's residence.
Ci lean's .Sulphur Hottpuuivs ob-
noxious (licenses Of tho skin.
Colrion'K Liquid litiet' 'J'oulc Int.
parts strength to the body and irtlud-
Tahts nn other. Of druggists
fc Mg.1 M
"Women with palo eolorJe-w faces
who feel weak aud discouraged will
receive both mental and bodily vigor
by UKing Carter's Iron J?I1L whiuh
are made for tlie blood; nerves and
complexion. Sold at wholesale by L.
Jf. BruiiBWlg 1-JJSrdwl.w
to M.ss Hadiile-
. .. .. t . I L... 1? .... ......
1 iw -wt vu 'ic imtu oy rri'iay -mi
ii tt ' ir to ! iito be Imprison 'tint
ftq IWoivi- inooths.
ii.muIto tllil(JflKiH. 1 .
Denisoit January i0.-Mlss l.ucy.
Kottlcr of Fort Worth Is visiting friend
Tho matllnco at lho opera houw
was well attended this evening.
A. If. Collin has sold tho stock js-
slgttcd to iiSm by "W. F Bennett to
Fnul. Midler for W.JKK).
The clfects of Bob Bowel who died
at the quarantlno station recently
still remain unclaimed Ho lud a
number of watches fcomo valuable
Jewels and several hundred dolltrs In
Hji.'oli.l to tlm OnyiuttM.
Tyler January 20. .TJiis erenliig
about fi o'clock tho planing mill and
cotton gin of 15 K. and P. W Kow-
land situated on the southeast corner
of the public HtU!trC was discovered
to ho on lire and within a
few minutes' tho entire
building was In ashes. Tho.combliiod
efforts of tho crowd succeeded In sav-
ing tho planing machinery a quantity
of lumber as welt as iiv
end frame building adjoin-
ing. Tho loss will nggregalQ
$."5000 ; no liispntueo. Alxut tlie time
tho frame Was falling in It was dis-
covered that tho Baptist church Hltu-
ated at least fluQ ynrtls from lho burn-
ing building. was on fire.
Tho energetlt: -ami bravo citizens
rushed to the- building but too IntwHo
do any good arpl It was soon lit oUte.
No luaHritnce. JIbwover they sue-
1 1... '
.'...- i - . . . .. .
ijliVrl Htistt - UW! if.
(fl.tliilfror)Wopl it1 n
C'Sliftiift.'U tty slnl vt.U
lnvs;t.fovdc H uuV
forcwmpij M'hpolji. 1
wltlojimtiy la' used for .tint n..'.
iMintntix: tli I IL ulinll bit ilH'iil
porilmmliy nvmi wjdieanhdjiik. ftj
Mini ftom! or iihlll bu axtfffmliid w
elfel bullillnifurijri'wwlnj oi'ltlliM ft
fot Mhirles eXotftitilno of toenrrs
a'Jio eohdltllu'iCrviUiig the rilit
of a uluto to relilcvo lw "itronor.Uon a
'.'tl Thrtt It ;' shall hav
jjronupd i i"
i"rt : !i" i t
1.1 1 j 'i
JOi . iliDllUV (III . ' . if
shall report yearly Mo tho wwii;yi& -sloner
of .education Hitch .slirtlsttcsas'
shall apprise conjrtH how the?miiiiey4fSfeV7'
has been expcndiid and also" gcnoralvF-ft ' .
information concerning tho condition ".
and progress of the schools." UndeV "'
tho provision) of the bill 660.7$. .
will go to tho. Into slavo stntet. Rev.
A. B. Mayo avIio has made several
tours through f hu ftoiith in lho interest- . K v
oromteaiion tyncn nctore me congrcv
siontd connullteo hud tlilutttsay ol the
distribution of tlie Sotith'ft shure of-
I am acquainted with tlie ultttv
superintendent of instruction 1 be-
lieve lu every (southern state and
with the state school-board of every
Koutberii statu but two or three; have
studied with great earo tho records of
all the offices and their methods of
distribution of money. I bcliovo there
is no set of men handling 11 moderate
amount of money With greater- econo-
my and fidelity until these gentlemen'
and if uiiv set of men In this country'.
can bo trusted to itdmlnlfetcrit national
aid fund it Is lho Kfhool authorities-ill-thelnvetaljs5
mid tltcrxiforo Itseetnif.
best tlmt this money should go db
rectly totlio children through (hone-
customed e.hunnelw being gtinrded by
nil proper safeguards In the central. -power
' " " 1 ii '"
give Immediate relief.- Price HlMvlW
ceilis. wold ny u. ty.jiarrauuii.'i
I'SJO dveqd lw -
I2vr.uv rnoJMHK bttcki'd by if
antce. Acker's Drspejwla Tablei
give Immediate relief.- Prlcoilr
& $ sLSiHT" gmnt Mia
2?Mv iui-r'hm. Mio ). kr
.r.v .....u .ninui.'ii i turn 1 1 liar 01 me
year and prove it by tho condition of
their fjoi'ks. iln 8iimmeTiiwiion.graM
II- ! 1 ft tnt Mti.1 v.'trtl-llTlT.orr-'i- II-
jnnrf as well linished woolen gtssls ' lamb "rub ITo'ver "wTirr."
cannot be nroiluetd in this i-outitrv as Iamb if it Is not dry. or sltlii tite inmin
tho.-'o made In Great Britain; and when land slltclt Its hHIii aroundilie lamb i i.-lty aMUiwiffeSnSro'no?!
'SH (lf( I
4 out. -)ts
)t tho d
f alid i
j to pre
i jtntcs a
- j under i
1 the gi
e to th
U bill j
f Hiioh II
fl'S It I
nt in t
ot . an
f ill be havii
iinu iin-io v iia!- jblig
3 umI to-VrWl tti'V'itK I'nl'ball pardoa Um
Itlinut nuiatm.Mr0Uk(i to I on1itiilnir btultfa
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