Fort Worth Daily Gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 72, Ed. 1, Tuesday, March 13, 1883 Page: 1 of 8
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ITOltT WORTH TEXAS TUE9-DAY MABOH :i3 1S$.
VOL. 7 NO. 72
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r jhe House Kesumes Consideration of
the uiuson Duosiuute to tae
An Amendment ""Offered in Jest but
Received wnn unastiy unns
Some Able Speeches.
yurther Discussion and Action on the
Appropriation ism interesting
Legislative and Department
I Un.ulul to Ciiizetin.
Austin ainrcii a-. ooiuc icn or
twelve members were excused. An
effort to suspend the rules in tlio intcr-
t oi oilier - measures iaticu una
the railroad substitute bill came tip as
AH ailiciiutnuiii u.v ai. oiK'l'i "
trA on Saturday was Dciuiinir. but
Ut. Hill offered un amendment thereto
jnd to the whole bill.
It provides tor me inspecuQU ny me
state engineer oi uitierent. loads
and assesses penalties me samo
.11 eoniainou in me orig
inal bill. Considerable discussion
tusued on points of order it being evi-
dent the friends of the substitute dc-
ilcned keeintie oil ameniimcuts or
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consideration by sections inrougn tno
fear time its enemies uesigneii to
weight it down and thus ensure its
Mr. Caven moved to lay Mr. Hull'
amendment on the table.
Mr. Hull as author or tno amend-
ment claimed the light to be heard be
fore a vote wax taken and adurcsseu
the house in a lengthy argument in
ulilch be declared His intention to
help perfect the substitute because
he thought in Its present
hano it was as sounding brass and
tinkling cymbal-. Jle criticied the
iib'litute Dill declared u lucucciuai
to do eood and denounced the evident
purpose of same to cut oil discussion by
risons io gag law.
Mr. C'avens' motion to lay on the
table w as put and lost ayes 40 nays
on tlio subject now pending becomes a
The house then went into commit-
tee oftho whole upon certain pro-
An amendment providing for n
corresponding clerk and book-keeper
for the school lands in case tlio land
bureau is not created was mlntifeii.
The amount for salary of the dis-
trict attorney was raised from $10000
to f 12000.
Ffty thousand dollar! -were approb-
ated for tin; expense of the state in
case it resumes charge of the peniten-
tiaries. The committee then rose and re-
commended the bill to pass.
An amendment by Mr. l.abatl that
each state department and each druan-
bed county be furnished with a set of
Southern Historical Society papers.was
A iomr discussion ciisucu on a mo
tion by Mr. AYonds to strike out the
item of $5000 for Huddles1 pictures of
the governors. The ayes and nays
were called nnd the item was stricken
out by ayes -15; nays 30.
Another debate was on the motion
ofMr. Tllson toBtrlko out tho lines
for thepurchaseofthe Alamo cenie-
trles at Goliad Refugio etc.
Tho voto to strike out the lino for
tlio Alamo resulted ayes 33; nays
Tending consideration of the otber
items named tho hquso adjourned.
Mr. Stugner will introduce a resolu-
tion to-morrow that the speaker aj-
polnt a committee of live members of
tho house to formulate a bill regulat-
ing railroads. The resolution is in-
tended on its face as a jest but just at
this time is open to tho criticism of
being extremely grim humor.
Dr. Camp the member from Lime-
stone asked tho speaker to-day to
havorule fifty enforced and tho lobby-
ists who were quietly posing within
the bar oi mo nouse iou
injuries. Three escaped ttuliurt
tnrougn a small suiting winnow iomr- - ......
intr from the front to the roof f the
adjoining building. Eighteen persons Mor6 Indignities Hoapod Upon tlio Tri-
wero in tho hou.se. eleven perished and
two bodies were burned to nshes. Tho j
men had saved their earning and it is
supposed thev endeavored to Ketthe
money and valuables out of a trunk
and lost tlio opportunity to escape.
The building was constructed of pitch
plno and was totally consumed In
thirty minutes idler discovering the
bunal of Justico in the
Judge Wyllo Actually Threatens to
Do More than Command tho
Atlornoys in tho Oaso
'Statistic Concerning tho Effects of
tho Now Tariff Laws-Inter
esting Capital Notos.
Mr. Fiank thought this
a very hu-
portaut question but in
lie house was no nearer
khan it was a week ago.
hmvo been mndo by
rlio voted tor the
killed tho oiiurinnl bill tliat tlioy
rould hrlp perfect the substitute but
I he first move a motion to lay on the
able did not look well for the-e as-
uranecs. iieineu nuuio a s"b i'-
enl to every member of ttho honto
ubordtnato feelings of a personal na-
are;and on tliisbrighbMonday morn-
t I'imiii t.iiretner aim uu tiuiueiiiiiiu.
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lie 1WI vKi mere lor leu iou uvn u
look little part in the discussion but
fiiewas willing to remain icn uays
NiKcr on the mimo suujeci
lit something will be done.
IHe thouuht the substitute was not
It is irenerally behoved the postpone
ment of the Gibson substitute means
Km mrtiihi de:ith. Meantime there
becms to be no compromise on either
ide but rank criticism and daric Hints
constitute the curriculum of railroad
conversation. Contrary to reports and
consequent expectations Speaker Gib-
son made no reply to-day to the re-
marks of Colonel Chonowcth on Sat-
urday and it is not definitely known
wliotlier lie Win rcni.V.
what tho house or the people of Texas
minted and he therefore hoped eTery
meiubor would act in a spirit of i-oni-proinlse
and perfect it.
Mr. .U'Kor inane a Tery buuik
peech in favor of the substitute in
WHICH 11C Mlllglll IO Hliow Ilhincni-
enee to the committee bill not only
liswuse it removed the clouded ques-
tion of constitutionality hut because
It wfts moie in accord with his views
:i to h.iw far the stat
tan afford to go in this
matter i nf railroad legislation.
He conceived the fact that this legis-
lature whs compoed of more tyros on
tins ijuesuoit ami ne iiioiigiit ior ij
ieaonnny legislation looKing in ium
nuillculur direction ahould be ap
proached with the utmost caution and
tonervalisni. He complimented the
author of the substitute and s-ald ho
beliuTcd Charles It. Gibson presented
lili bill in u spirit of fairness and com-
proniiio ami as an act oi suuesiuun-
hip and patriotism. He then
an&wci-cd in i ii'tnii maiiv oi uie
srguments urged bv friends and advo-
utesof the original hill and in a
w'-terly manner arrayed together
fm after fact to disprove the assertions
that tho state of Texns needed or aked
woxtrenie legislation. The gentle-
man was very earnest and his lemarks
wurp well riii'ivd.
Mr. .lone took the loor and dcnii
tlieopimnentrt of lallioad legislation
wine heavy blows. He is one of the
no'-e-.t reasouern on the lloor ana ins
criticisms upon the substitute and the
ciuin or its friends were in mjhiu u-taat-es
ipiite strong and forcible lfe
iUltheMilwtitute was called a com-
promise mcii'Miic but he (Jones t re-
SUilcditns a complete surrender or
Int peoplu'x rights.
Mr. Chcnoweth said lie thought dis-
ttiion of this subject at this time was
f HO value and itr moved to postpone
tho mihl.w.i until mrt Mumlar uitd
tliM tin) general appropriation bill he
Tlio motion prevailed and thonppio
I'datlou bill was lead when th house
sJ"nrited until three o'clock.
The following bills and ictlto:H
l!J' Mr. Woods From citlreu of
aoiY.i against the penitentiary
. llv Mr. niiiMiiir-U-ntiii citizens of
jtobc-rpum Hnstroii and Oilum pett-
Hih for prohibition. '
J' Mr. Leo From riflcin- of La
'' county against lirohlbition.
Itv Mi. l.'i.i.V.. -mil (.. oivinni the
ttt .ji- tllt. ciifouragcment of stock
Mr. TIlon-nill to amend the;
'l'e general appropriation bill y
LiiV. taku l " M'wial order. The
"'Iliad previously been considered in
''""Ittee of the wholeand was before
Jf Iioum; for amendment or adop
An !..... i... ..... i... vi.. Vusii was
v.l . V"v "Mllll.-lll IM .! .
Governor Ireland lias de
cided to remove. Captain J I.
1 Hnheil.son the plCSCllt
llsh commissioner and will appoint.
Mr..lohnl). Imbhoek brotlier oi tne
state treasurer. ItobOrtrion is u very
emelent olllcer and a man of great
personal popularity. To him is due
tho iredltcr -working dp tho llsh
hatcheries of tho state to their present
usefulness and the action of tho gov-
ernor can not bo understood by Itobort-
vm's Mends. They thought his reap-
pointment a certainty especially as
he was backed by the very strongest
recommeiKiaiions over him-hc ui
the prominent members of tlio
senate and house signing
hisnefmmi. The governor admitted
to one of Jtoberlfloii'i friends that he
had committed himself to Lubbock's
appointment tarly niter his election
anil the former says the treasurer's
campaign in tlio west was a success.
Theattornev-geneial has construed
article 1075 of the criminal codo as en-
titling county judges to fees when au
indictment is tpia-died or motion in
quest or judgment is sustained 'lius
Is the reverse of the opinion of his pre-deces-orst
Governor Ireland lefuscd to pardon
Wvatt Jlarnes implicated in
thi) murder of Deputy
FhcilH" Wiser in breaking jail in
Itobcttson county last year. Wane
.!.. rtinn who antnallv dill the killing
said JJanks had nothing to do with it
and on thi assertion the pardon was
asked. The governor conferred with
the authorities of Robertson county
and discovered the evidence clearly
implicated Hanks and for that reason
the pardon was refused.
Mrs. Moore wife of Dr. A. T. Moore
le-sWunt physician at the lunatic asy
lum wa biirieii io-tiay.
The Galveston Houston te Harris-
burg railway llled a icso-
hilion with the secretary of
state authorising the issue of fLW.OOO
wmth of first mortgage bonds.
The comptroller reports . receipts
from general revenue for the first two
.......lb nf issit ms folloti: .lauiiari
two hundred and eighty-eight thous-
and dollars February one bundled
and iilncty-seu-ii thousand dollars.
For the corresponding lime 1862 as
follows: January eighty-eight thous-
and February seventy-nine tlioiu-
The trciMiicr received twelve thous-
and dollaisin general revenue to-day.
The adjutant-general haw an applica-
tion fioin Lieutenant Gillespie who
commands a company hi
J'ncldio comity near fori
Davis for reinrorcciuemsio unu- .
thioTc- and maraiiiicrs irom e
foot of the Guadalupe mouiuuni
lieutenant ays u ncip'i'H"
innnv ol tiior.ini-iii-
Havana March 12. -An explosion
on tho plantation ofMerceilcs Salmn-
illa Do Garalevas caused the death or
six ncirroes and a Chinaman and the
wounding of six negroes and four Chl-1 i)asi
naiuon. The engineer is also dead i his
They were sugar-boiling. The holiso
Is a neap of ruins.
The tobacco market Is nulct. A few
lots ofVuolta Abago fillers suitable
for United States sold from sixty to
sixty-five dollars per quletal and sev-
eral lots remedlos fillers at forty-five
to fifty dollars per quintal. The
new crop according to the
latest estimates of growers
and dealers offers the following pros
pect In vuelta Abajoi un tno wnoio
tho crop will be short: the drought did
much damage. In the Parlicdias dis-
tricts tlio result is much more favora-
ble and hi the neighborhood of lle-
medas loss from rainy weatker lias
London March 1U Tho Zanzlleac a
Drltlsh Icruibcr has gone to Mada-
gascar and another Is to follow.
St. Petersburg Maich 12 Vera
Philippapa an hnpoitant Nihilist was
Dublin Mardi 12. The murder
conspiracy prisoners wore notified
that their trial becins on April t he-
ninth. They will be tried on tluee
counts: the Phwnix Park murders
thcntlemptcd murder of Juror Held
nnd conspiracy. The government or-
dered that prompt measure's be taken
ror tno rcuei oi me auirviug pcopiv ji
London March 12. The betting on
I ho Oxford-Cambridge boat race
Thuiedav next was at first in favor of
Oxford but is now feven to four on
tho Cambridge owing to the bettor
condition of tlio crow.
Washington March 12. The de-
fence opened the days preceding; in
the star routo trial by calling delegate
Martin McGlivitlS of Montana to tlio
stntul. Ho said he had favoied the es
tablishment of tlio lllsniarck-Tonguo
river route bewuist- It was the natural
eastern outlet of the malls of
territory. After lis
establishment ho had sought to have
tho service increased anil expedited.
He did that in compliance with tlio
requests of delegations and petitions.
He called upon Urady with that ob-
ject several times. Ho thought that
General Miles accompanied him on
two of these missions. Beforo tho es-
tablishment ol the Tongue river
route Salisbury controlled tho only
inlet into tho country and it was with
the additional object beating upon tho
monopoly that Ituess sought to have
the service established.
Mr. Wilson ollered In evldonco a
ismurln connection with tlio Kearniy
Kent joute. allowing that he asorled
thatllntdy's request for expedition
although If the government's theory
were correct ho might pocket some
money w Itbout risk by granting the
Mr. Merrick objected because it was
au offer to show a man had not com-
mitted a fraud by show lug that lie did
not commit another and subsequent
fraud. At the dalo or tills retusai
1880 11 radv's acts were under investi-
gation bv" congress. JIo had been
cirilcd on to explain a deilcleuoy of
two-million dollars. AU tho contrac-
tors had been warned of this and had
i been called upon to stand by Brady for
I ills protection as well as their own.
i 'Pin. court said it could not presume
at this stago that tlio government had
proved fraud for that was not what
they were trying. The motives of the
' second assistant postmaster-general
I weie wort by or seiious oonsiuorauoii
commanded tho Ill-fated rellefsteamer
BodgCM oh her crulso to tho Aroilo
ocean wasoulercd hero ly Secretary
Chandler our years ago from Sw
York when lie is attached to the
solnol ship Ht Mary. Ho U hero for
llu oiirnoso of atlvllmr in the selce
Hon of n list of articles to lie s.eitt the
Tluhoutohcs Indian In tho vicinity r
St. Lawroneo bay asa reward for tiiclr
assistance to tlio crew of the ltodgers.
Tho list has been completed and the
nrtloles will bo sunt on the revenue
steamer Corwln which will S'all from
San Francisco for Alaska the latter
part cf April or tho tlrnt ot May cm
sign Geo. NY.Sopoy will bo ordered to
tako charge or tho goods and will take
passage in tlio Corwln. Lieutenant
Kerry has been pUbrod mi opportunity
to accent a nilslon under thoBe'.uium
government togo lo the western coast
of Africa in tho neighborhood of tlio
Congo river mruiepurpoiooi uuempi-
uivtiuo anil cotoutxe ine ua
The attorney general ban given an
opinion to tho president that elilof cx-
amtnor under (lie civil service oonimls-
tdnu huili officer of the United States
nml us riicIi bis aiiiioliitnient is vested
In tho pivMdeut. Tlte question of thr.
Noleetlonof a chief examiner lias been
referred to tliu comniilon and tlio ap
pointment to bo passed upon llicir
Tho president is still Indisposed and
to-day refused to boh nil visltorH except
Intinudefi lends. Ho has been suffer-
ing Yor some time from a catarrh af-
fection and Is considerably annoyed at
lis tenacity. Ho. will probably tako a
trip to Fortress Monroe toward the cud
or tno present weeic.
O'lw i u.wiii.ini'i' nf wnr linu riMiliesteil
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Dncliess Mailborough has given to The act offered to Improved wis In Wirt
io Lukes' fund 3(500 which re-j cd to throw light on tliesei olives
mined over from tho fund she raised and the paper should be admitted.
fm.ihniMli.rof tho dlstrcsbcd In Ire- Tho contractor and amount paid
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1KTO mill IKS I. I Weil) UUKUOWn IO llllll. anv ivuiiih
nvoi- inn w men ill cenai
pcrtiQvered In tho results will likely bo
seiious beyond conception.
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mi... .?. . i i?...i.... uniii-niM rmiirii u'iio unknown wilhtti Ills niov-
..! ;' lne Wl ess described the condition
mil procccdure'bill In India which al-1 oftho country when tho louto was e-
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lows UlO linuvo juugc jiiriauiciiuu wuiio'"i """!""; vi; .-" ;
un cases is j presieui nine. ivi. mu u m....... ..
ItlirOUUClIOll Ol OIIIVlill liiilium "" -
hiimed. Tho court Bhowcd much an-
noyauco at an attempt of the defense
toaiguo upon tho admissibility of a
certain class or papers. After the court
h'id ruled them mil and pie-empto-rlly
ordered Hiiiklc to bo
seated that gentleman promptly
uqlud exccjitlon to tho Intiguage of tho
court to which Judge Wyllo rejoined
sharply : "The court will uso any lan-
guage that will bo efl'eollvo for the pur-
poseand will not stop at language
Merrick's stateuiont about oougiea-
sional Investigation was not a matter
fur thni'niilt lo 1I.1M 111)011. It WHS
rather for tlio jury to consider. Walsh's
testimony Had uecn uiirooueeu i
show Kiadv'B habits and this ovl-
1 denco would be received for tho name
the president to older u court or Inqui-
ry to Investigate General llnreu'ri ad-
nttiilstratlon or the signal set vice Tho
detail for the coin t lum not yet lircu
made but may bo expected In a few
The treasury department to-day !
nitillnil eiinlns of tbtt new tariff act to
all collectors of ustoms together with
instructions that sei'llons seven
and nine of the net arc
to go into olh-cl at once
and npplv to all goods In bonded ware-
houses as' well to goods Unpolled after
tho ditto oftho passage oftho net.
Hecllon seeu icpcals the duties on
Mmrues herctofoio added Ilk ascetttiln-
lug tho dutiable value of merchandise
for the puipoe of asBtwment. The
inlles of thli action will cause con
siderable twhiotloii In tlto amount of
duties for the iVillector. which reduc
tion Is estimated by some at iho per
cent of tho eiiflro aniounl uoUoeled.
Kecllon nlnu of tho tarlll' chfingcs
ih- liiutniei- of asuertaluitig
the valuu of luevehtnulliso ooiiHlgned
bv lualiliractiirorerrt in loretgn coun-
tries lo agents in thu United States
and for which there is no foreign mar-
ket value. For Hcasoiis'tlmt goods are
view with the pneiiUtit this afternoon
In regard to filling tho vacancy occa-
sioned by tho resignation of Uplted
Slate Treasurer Gllllllan. No person
was determined on for the position.
In the eourl of claims to-day judg-
ment for $UUi:t.") wlis rendered
for tlio- clnluuuit In the
case of Stephen Duncan ex-
ecutar in a tuit against tho govern
meat fur cotton destroyed on the MW-
Mlsslnnl river during the war of tho
Tho chief of thb H-cmt someo divis-
ion made report to the secretary oft he
treasury in regard lo tho caso of
George Albeit Mason a notorious
counterfeiter recently released front
prison where he had served tho greater
part of a term of twelve years tuid who
hiw made n claim against tho. gov-
ernment for Sr-"0000 for false 1m-
urlimtiiiiciit. Ht) made the claim asa
British subject through tho British
minister.! Tho claim Iwas referred by
tlio secretary of stale to tlio treasury
depaitment. Thu chief of tho secret
servtco division makes a strong argu-
ment against allowing the claim
which ho says is based upon tho en-
tiro misrepresentation of factHandls
without justico or equity.
It Is understood that the Madagas-
car ambassadors will visit tho state
department ofilctally to-morrow and
have a conference with the scurotnry
of state upon the subject expediting
an oxohaiiuo of treaty ratifications
In accurdanco with tlio wlshe
of tho government ofVMinliigasear. It
was stipulated lit the treaty tccentlv
concluded that an exehango of ratlll-
catlons should take nltivo in Madagas-
gar as howevet' this exchange Is
nieio formality tho ambassadors desire
to waive tho stipulation and have the
exchange ratifications take pine al
once In Washington.
Charges ogiUtist Supervising Arclil-.
tcct Hill were made by Mr. Muroh or
Maine. Thuv cover over twenty
pages of legal cap paper written
with a lypo-wiltor. Ileforo congress
adloutned Mr. Murch lead thocliaigos
A De8tnicti70 Fire List of the Suf-
ferera Small Insurance-
Hjieoial to tlio Otto.
Hillsboro March 12. Quite a des-
tructive llro occurred here last night.
A block of framo buildings and coti-
toiituwnro destroyed including Mills
livery stable and a now rock building.
The Btillbrora were as follow: II. V.
Harrington grocer T.
B. Smith & Son
W. A. llairlaoq
wagon maker Silas Booth grocer C.
W.Knwi di-uD-iriHt. A.W. Susan jewel
er A. A. lluglies & Company confec-
tionery Fruttlcs restaurant. Perkins'
saloon" W. S. Mills' Hvcry
stablo. J. F. Sweeny butcher
II. & M. K. Sturgls groceries nnd L.
J. Skurgls owner of a part oi iqe
frame. Tlie llamcs were blown byim
easterly wind almost against tho fitur-
Kis store and bank also the- postolllco
building and by almost Hiiporhuman
efforts they were saved except that
the buildings were greatly damaged.
It Is considered that uoneof tho suffer-
ers were fully covered by insurance
and the loss on them will be great.
That the work was Hint of an incen-
diary no ono doubts.
Memphis Tenn. March 12. A
special to the western associated press
frnm Ttnlprm. Arkansas saystlicro was
another inch decline last night mak-
ing three inches since the decline set
in; Tho gunge now shows forty-live
feet eight inches. It la curious to
state thero is no fall notlccnblo during
tlio day-time but every morning re-
veals -n decline the nuwt singular
phase of eccentricity without par-
Jiitoi mi far heard from In the hls-
spcclallv niamifaetured for sale in tlio
Cnltcd "Slates only tlio law iiulhorla-
imr tho impropriating ofllcor to ascer
tain the coal and value of malerlal
comprising niercjuiudlso at tho time
and place of mnuufautiiie together
Willi the expense of manufac-
turing prewiring and pulling "1
mcrchandlfoforghlpnicnt and makes
ihu value so ascertained foi'thonsscss-
incuts of duties. The sections of thu
revised statutes repealed ny nciion
seven oftho new tariff bill urchcclloii
2.W7 and 200S and section rouileen of
tho act to amend custom and revenue
laws and lo lepcal the mulct leu ap-
proved June 22 1871 They aic as
Section 2i)07--ln determining tlio
dutiable valtto of meichandlse
then- hhall be added lo the
cost. or to the actual
A. reicrenceio j'eca m t "
iiapersled tho court 10 luqiilio "Is
Peck dead ? There has been no evi-
dence or his death."
Ingersoll presumed so al any rale
ills wife had been a widow lot sev-
Merrick said no witnesses
had tcHtllled to hU death.
Jugersoll wild there could he no
doubt of I'eck'H death slill he believed
the government suspected ho wiii
Merrick Well ho has always been
a mythical sort oi a person.
Tngorsoll lie has boon myth and
is now a ghost.
Merrick Yes hn is now a gho-1 ami
n-iwi utirnu his ufttiic tiliico he has be-
como a gliost'. I don't know. ' l.augh-
Tlio reading of papers vn-iimtlii'
ucd to adjournment
ThoHtnlcinunt of tho United StatCn
treasurer sIiowh gold silver and
United States notes in tho treasury
to-day was as follows: gold coin and
in I nil Mlli --iU.IUfl. iijumiiiiiui niivui
vtiiiieM.iln nrlec oi-trcnernl maiket val-
un:iL the time of exportation III the
will be broken
.. I re also lias an application for
help from along iho lower Bio Grande
but he cainlo nothing toward teller
In cither ca-ens the appropriation has
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Young Morimn who was on trial
i. un. ? mini liitnied Henderson
CloudV tablc in thi-. city In
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lorv Of U1IB myaieuoui i . coin 17WS072 I'llltwi hUlW'K imie.
Tlio weather is clcarand sprlng-Uke. ?r fiS a total 1880I. Vvr-
Sulll-ierKby theilood within our boi- fltl.01m(w(HnBl gold 4ia8S3Wf
dcr have been proviucn "' 6uvr SW7HsH0
aid which cannot come ioo qoe.w. jk.utu!mt Col
M'Jinrn'B bctWCCll live llUUtlrt'd ailtl . rilfmf PV l .toiltl.
seven hundred negro refugees who are - s.rr..fay Foluor i-. not very w ell to
unprovided for and powerless io iteq ic vvas at the doirtmcnl a
themselves. The levee atound Helena j Uim. lU uimblu to Itanwact bind-
er. never more secure. - Ho U still Miffcrinu from a re-
. - i ' - - .
'HSJ10 currenoy f 10.005.000.
Infantry Is dead.
Brown of the First
cent attack ofmnlnriu
Myfitcriiius l)isnjpnraiice. j weak. HU phjipiin
UIIHIKV 4u ""
. -. i.i. .t. i..ft 1tj tifirr mill trr ii
..V.T'ftlfn r ihV : Oaziot'b ofllce I make a short m .vow unless im
la liiwheen -eutenced to five yarb
: ..ti..M.irr. The Jury re
r i "d a verdic! at VZ o'clock Saturday
idit after being out ucarly two dojH.
Katie Putnam i playing to a fuu
lSFy1" Tl. .iJy V rutl Ur oil ' roWmont in hi hwilth hUoiiIiI m-
or ii niwii- '-; ""."." Yiiiia.nt ' t.r ft iiniiuBHharr.
Me "Mini ' ' TV. '' .; Art ' " ' ' "vrfi-f Htadarit
v bore- from the mint for the
miukctsof the country from whence
ibev Imvo been liiiporled into the
United Slate the cosf of transporta-
tion 'lilpmonf trimthlpmciit w;Uh
all expenses Included Mom the place
or growth or production or such itian-
ufacturc whothcr by laud or water the
vessel in which tlio shipment was
made lo the United Slates the value
of the sack or box or covering
of any kind In which
such meichaiitllpc Is contained
as commission the usual rates but In
case of less than i.' per cent and brok-
erage export duty and all other actual
or luunl charges for putting up pre-
paring and packing tor Irausjiorattlon
or shipment all charges of a general
ciiiiracicr incurred in win im-i-iiui-
general Invoice shall bedlelrihutetl as
a pro rata among all pnrt of tich in-
voice and ovcry pait 'thereof
chiiigcd Willi dunes imseu on nsviime
shall bo advanced according to Its pto-
portion mid olher wlieie wn in pay
specific duties by giadcs shall be
graded and pay duty a online: to the
actttnl value as determined.
Section iib04 leqiiiri-s tliat all addi-
tions made to tin- altered nhic r mer-
chandise for chuigN shall he regard-
ed as apni I of the actual value of sm-h
merchandise and II such
addition shall exceed by ten per cent
tho value declared in cnliy In addition
to the duties Imposed by law there
!iitl Ik. MllleclCli II dlltV of tWClltV PCI'
cent on kucli value. Long coiiibliigs
or carjiet wools ale in part excepted.
With thU exocptlou liOMcvcr the .op-
orations of l hcee provisions cstciul w
till Impoi toil goods on wbli-h duty U
ulilell Im nnbictiueutlv tiled Willi
Secretary Kolger ton miuiber or pel'
sons utmt tho cupltnl. Tho charge is
that tiiv fcystviu or im'iw
for cfittlng slotto iltlotited
by the sujiervlHliig architect
Is extravagant. Murch It is under-
stood has made such complaints before
but never in such rormulntcd charge.
Supci vising A limltcet IHU says it Is
.1 (I. Mills who Is wild
to bo pieswltig the ehurgfs agalnsl
Hill and not A. 0. MUK chief clerk
orthcaivhltccttt olllcc a lietctoforc
The members of tho mvll service
commission met by appointment at
Wlllard Hotel this morning ami nicy
proceeded to Inspect the iipaitmutiw
otllsrcd us headiptatiers. After th
comniisxIonMrH s-ouio qiuutew tliev
will prepare- fir the work for wlich
thev worn iippointisl. Uules lor the
government ol' the commission
Vvllt Im minuted and tllt) mode of
conducting oMimluatloiiH bo agreed
upon. The cinimlssIon Imvo not yd
formally considered tho matlcrof ap-
pointing an exnmluor-liH'liief. but
will do so after they have established
themselves in their headquarter.
.1. It. Ilodgo statltlsciau of the agri-
cultural department wi.Vh leports of
the damage to mowing wheat has
been received by him. Hu says future
disaster alone can itijurolho crop.
Secretary chandler denies Unit he
Wlliboacatididale for United blatc
sonalor vice HoIIUis whoso lei in
iilrcd. He sunk lie Is In favor of tli
rc-clecllon of Uolllns.
Heutilor Hon t'ameiim mui a mn-ctw-fill
surgical oiicnitlon performed bit
tilday under Iho dlirctloii ol'Stirgeoiif
licnenil Wales. Ah soon as he galn
mote slU'Mglh he will g South.
to I un
' 11 tbP
P.ymont or Subicilptionu to be Coni
tested -Tlio Hillsboro Fire.
Hl.'tll I llMk-Otl..
Wnco Mardi 1'-'. At it meeting ol
htihcilbciH to the Texas & St. Louln
Nitrrow-gaiigo lUiiatiou to-day it wiim
decided o contest the payment oi the
hnlanco iw on the giound Unit tho
road was not completed In Iho lint-
stlptilatcil. . .
ThuiUoaf HlllslKiro Sunday night
Marled In H. 0. lltitringlon's gioOcry
store and burned the cntlie block
coiupiMu. seven siiinH business
A schedule llled by John JLMe-
Donald gciteral mcrcbimt whosc.
Moclv was attached iccvntly snows.
goal assets; double tint uttlotm. r t-
J'blladclphlii Ph.. March lA-'riilt
morning Joliu H Syren shot Ids broth-
er's wir. I.IU' '"""111 the in'uil.
mid then -ho( liiniielf throtiwh the
temidc. 'Syren hiisbtind of the lu-
lu red woman kept n bakery. IUh
"brother. John who enii(" frqni dcr-
ii.niiv about a vcar tiKO. Jl U Pflieveii
: .... '.i .....i ASMit .
Wed jirovidlng that the salaries of
I b Jet clerks which tiro fixed at
"f0 by the statute ahull not bo
aoove that llgure utile-? me m m
). T. March
UiWl "" '..V' .'!. hnriilltf
niCIl WHO i-H-iqii-i; """'-. " .: " ' i' I
ISVHIU IMHinuiiiJ-iO'Mr. .
tho following . "lory
.....r.li wiitt made bill ni ouv
... -i ..1.... in Mm
tuts morniiiK . - " . 'Vr... t. . Vr.Mi in.tin. ftLVi.0W1.
uboitts of liopio auu wudsj irrV.; ni V.Orindratv()arUl.-l00.
obtained. . . .... .. . . lt .il.ii io iriHiirc deoart
llirt" .i.. -. -.... .
For the cor-
. t ..f. ntttmril
M ?S o fo haAtoliin the prop-. commission arc tl lecdvlnj ay
.- -"-'. 4 ....Mtliut 1
crty Ofllcers nave
been notified of
awakened .v the blowing ofa towhuh
live whiitle about 1 .o'clock bwm
! .orniiiir Tlieifom wa- full of smoko
and the lire leaping
re pipe. '
.. i iho kitcccn stov
" " : .1.....1I but four
" " tad.ler and c-capcil Willi sever?
'IM.. l. .cii.r nfllelllU MlV till- (rOIUUIH
slon has been regarded as luiiClidmil
ollimw from the time it hibUo Us rc-
iwrl to eongrcs at the opening of Inst
session. No money will bo paid Ua
meiiiberiou account of service snce
tUtit time. John J. Hayes
O. White a wi0 was disbursing "nicer
Texas died here 1 0r the t-oluiuiMlon as well 11 l w pri;
burled to-rfy by liientfl "ow settling hl accounts au
ir.st consia- money nliowwi mm Mure uv h-i-j
"-.'" 11 !... U iinur tlinil'-'llt Ul wiw Liil.mlUi'd to .oiiurcsH no UUCII
have been incaslw. Nearly all the for the purpose of defraying expense
ihlldrcu hi town are sick with meavj Incrred inUie bo
Pecorf. Match l-.kS.
stranger from Iteltn
i. ..ti.lil nnd was bt
the citUcns. His cac was first con
Mum tno Infuriated man's umtiMjm.
totUT then lksl to the yaid nni UjffiSR-
ingmiMibi' I'wlpi "ii nimwir" WfM:
' . . AVM.ll.. il... Ii ilrivt. n'llu
was ilciiicmco. h iiav un. "tii "-
out serving bread John Manmv
neighbor licailngu ipiarrcl ntid two
..'.t.i)i shis run in tlio fear qf the
.! mi I fniiilil Ml'k. SVII'II WOUttlk'd.
..!.;.... 11 ..f il. .......iMAii.l nr.llllinl I '..M.r.1u i.iiulled lu'lWCCII I llClll till t'-
f5iw;iuii itj m'i i''"'ih i.-"'-( - 1 . w - -' ...- ..-.-..--.- r.ii..i'
"2nd. 1K71 mala- tJ"- nmviHriun klK uu-n iorrow wicu -ih-ii hVY"
a... ........ .ui... 1. t.iir iinriyiiir 1
hi ill IIIUHJ mjlltt UJ ...". "- 1
the collector when charge mo oinu-
tedln the Invoice to uiakt1 lihoujn-i-timnte
of them and UlnjJ W twnw't
duty on twioc that cstlinnud amount.
All thesf provision lim'o ccimcd t.y
law slm-t the third of March
riu-re was iiiitpii exviiemvin hhw.
the broker bote today ihuhjI J tb;i
clrciilatlon of rcjrt that Ja.
f iould was sctloii"ly bint t Jackson-
vlllp Florida and (lint the woit was
feared. The wmudmi" -ubihlcd.
however tijwn imp " tM f.i.
u dispatch fniirt ii flhlld
..i- i (j.).! in Svr York contcving
Hit liiU'llljreriii! that hi-lnul il bi'luj
uu-jivagc frjim jwk;ivmic. mjjmv" m
Mr ;mild Matin? In was in cmi-I
Secretary I-Vilgt-r had it long Miter-
No AVntchi'i There.
A dciituj heHU'of I 'do I'inlo eiiUJ
iv came In Mom Hordon ycstirrday J
ididoiif wind ilioeonli'iitsof aecrtulli
puckauf in flu- Texu. Kxpron Cuinpa
IshiciI bv tlicjusllcc tbe wnipia-r bri-
1.111 mid Cwclcis mais miiii'i. . ;
.1.. iiiiiini irnii I'linii
iIiins ago 11 jewcicr in m iv . .... -conmy
left ami all wide ?w am I ow-
..1... i.'.i-f 1. hu chilli tn Im) I'Ciii.iiriil'Icl'
aHt)l the Miinu llimj. . it "" in"8" TM
thu package contained watched lieiiw W
.. '..Hii-eb. The man will piobaWy - I J
' calls for tliy - v ; 1I-1J
1 r '
w hen he
1- .. .
SnA fcVSfflaU& i
iiiiiin ill 11 . .- UiaLniil diiiii . - t --- -"- ii ii tan KCin ttIC l-U!l"'M"" V
'. Al'ir w''Jbl35S&WIi
s.wijuiui 'M:''-"V.;5!n7r r..l 1 T- :-'"
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