Fort Worth Daily Gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 73, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 14, 1883 Page: 1 of 8
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.Successor to tlio Dciuocrnt-Ailrnitcc.
FORT WOliTH TEXAS WEDNESDAY
VOL. 7 KO. 73.
M a. K
jfort JPortji Hftiljj ft.ettc.
ITT -. A
jbe General Appropriation Bill Dis-
cussed at Length Amended and
Passedby the House
further Discussion of the Land BUI to
Which a buuButute ib unerott
I Several Bills of Minor Importance
Passed including tne Aiuenamont
to the Election Laws.
The Senate Meets but Adjourns
Want of a ijuorum Editors in
.iicvlnlt ' Ctni-ntK.
Austin March 1.'!. The senato was
1 cd to oritor ami me ro'ieu caned
Int there was no quorum present.
On motion of Mr. I'uehanunthe sen-
ile adjourned till 10 o'clock to-mor-
Tho house look up the bill entitled
an act to amend articles 1000 1091 1-j-i5
1702 l70:i and 1732 title !:i
dwpters 1 5 and 0 of tlio revised civil
pilules ot j. exits nun piovimug ior
;hc establishment of two ballot boxes
111 oncil election jin-uujei in u;ien coun-
ty to bo known and dcscribedasmim-
lerouo nun imutuiH i mil
Mr. Cuven ollered a substilulo pro
viding that tne nrst regular or cniicn
5t!s10ll ui uiu viiiiiiui-vtiuiivia tuuii.
in t eaen county in eacn
u'r or as soon thereafter as practica-
ble bald court shall select and appoint
j-oino suituoio ana competent poison
in each election precinct to nerve as
welding ollleer of elections in wild
nwhiut and .said "appointment shall
! noted itDOii the minutes of the
ourt provided thutthccoinmissloneis
(Hittof any county may have the
lower when they deem advisable to
inpointjtwo pi-cldlng olllcoifc lor each
lection precinct one of whom shall
hi the pre-lding olllcer of the
Mllot box li-i'd for the deposit of 'b.il-
rtls cut for electors for president and
iee-presldent of the rnlted States
ml members of congress of the United
tides and the other presiding olllcer
t the ballot box iHcd for tlio deposit
f imllol cast for state district and
The substitute was tuiopicti ami ine
-Air. Statelier ollered lilt resolution
idling for a railroad bill committee
outlined in these dispatch-
yesterday the resolution
as laid on the table until Tuesday
inht n week. ' ... .
Mr. Oeuoweth willed up tne mil mr
licfoftheheli.sor.Iohn V. Thomas
ho fell at the storming of the Alamo
ul the bill was passed.
Tlio bill to amend tne act oi uie sev-
iteenth legislature repealing the law
Milling land certificates to railroads
m taKcn up aim nmemimcub was
Aoyted providing that said certificate
untied Minn never oca ciauu uguiiiaii
ie state of Texas in the event that no
ublle lands upon which to locate
aid cert I ll cat e- be found and the bill
This is the bill for the relief of the
er York. Texas it Mexican railway
r what is eommonlv known as Count
IWerer's road. Twenty-six miles of
and the liousc adjourned tin! 1 1 .1
'the land bill camo up as special or- Tho
Mr. Browning's aiuundiuont':vas
pending to the senate bill to which
Mr. Robertson of Williamson ollered
Tho latter provides for an education-
al land department to be under tho
control or n board composed of
the coventor . treasurer. oftitmirnllnr.
and commissioner of tho land olllco.
It provides for the classification or
agricultural lands in quantltltles of
100 acres watered at five and unwater-
ed at three dollars per acre. It refuses
to sell pasture lands hut allows their
lease for from three to ten years to the
hlghost bidders. It also prohibits tho
mho or limber oil' the samo.
Mr. Robertson spoke earnestly in
favor of his substitute his principal
argument being in favor
of inducements to actual
agricultural settlcis and tho saving or
pasture lands as tne property or tho
stato until they became more val
Mr. Robertson of Jack thought there
were many jrood features in both tho
amendments mid substitutes hut lie
considered the only way to ell'ect any
legislation on this subject was to cure
the defects in tho senate hill and pass
Mr. Moursund wade n long argu-
ment in which ho took
strong grounds against leasing
any lands at all.
Mr. Rrownlng criticized the senate
bill cmito severely and In an argu-
ment of considerable lenirth and force
sought to show up its defects and in-
consistencies lie argued that the
threats that tho bill was tho only one
which could he passed should not
control the action of tho house.
The gentleman being Indisposed
was unable to complete his argument
and the house adjourned.
A communication appeared in the
San Antonio Jlxprcaiai bunday.whleh
reflected very strongly on the manage-
ment of the Statesman of this city.
Mr. W. 1'. Gaines has demanded from
the Srjwm tho name of tho author
mid the matter will most probably as-
sume a personal shape. Gaines Is a
man of courage and seems determined
and a retraction or light may safely bo
underlined for the near future.
Statistics show Fish Commissioner
Robertson of Texas hasbcen more suc-
cessful in the propogation of German
carp than has any other commissioner
in Amcrlci. This fact coupled with
Governor Ireland's assertion In his In-
miiniral that removals would bo made
onlv Hi cases where tho publics service
demanded leaves tho governor vul-
nerable to adverse criticism and ho is
not being spared in. that particular.
In this connection live Statesman
ebavues. unon what authority Is
unknown that Robertson was no-
tilled he could retain ills position
If he would use his inlluence to have
the penitentiary leases ratified but he
refused and for that reason was removed.
Tbo remarks made on the floor of
the house to-day by a member in his
speech reflecting unon General Georgo
1). Johnston of Alabama who is now
visiting tho city were the subject of
earnest condemnation by nearly every
one who heard them. General John-
ston was a gallant Confederate olllcer
Who rose rapidly from second lieu-
tenant to brigadier-general be-
mmso of bravery and
devotion to the lost causo ; is a gentk
Gulf Waters Angry Contested
Seats -A Rumor Denied.
National Association of Pa-wugor j
Aircnts. ocean here to-day. I no at
tendance is very largo aiul the session .
secret hut II was learned that the dis- Tho Government Seoking to Improve
Kpceliil to tin Cluroltc.
Galveston March 18. -The weathor
lo-day has been poiteutlous. A btroug
sale accompanied by heavy rain set In
from tho eastward at a little before
noon and continued throughout the
day. To-night the rain has partially
subsided but a tlff wind is still blow
ing. The gun is exceedingly mull
and boisterous. Lower portions of the
city are Hooded with water. Indlca-
tldns to-night are that tho storm has
not yet spent Its force and consider-
able dread Is felt by tho timid that
this Is tho beglnnlngof Wiggins' great
Tho city council met this evening
in adjourned session to consider the
contested election between John A.
Cotter present incumbent from tho
Sixth waul and Frank 1). Mitchell.
Counsel for thu parlies appeared and
stated that the contest could not prop-
oily como before tho present board
but would have to be acted upon by
the new board. A resolution Mas
then adopted seeding Mr. Cotter sub-
ject however to contest.
Much .specuhdion exists as to who
are to be the members of tho mayor-
elect's cabinet. Hundreds are apply-
ing basing their claims unon
their Influence or services
rendered during tlio campaign. Tho
mayor elect Is however reticent as to
what ho will do.
Manager John Sealoy of tho Gulr
Colorado & Santa Fe denies the ru-
mor current that the company con
temnlidcs reniovlmr lis machine shops
to Houston in consequence of the de
feat of the right of way ordinance
through the city to their property in
tho east end.
Dr. W. B. Rogers received ills com-
mission to-day from Governor Ireland
as colonel and medical director of the
first division or the Texas state milUla.
Snpposod Discovery of a Vein of Goal
Arrest Fanning Notes.
eusslons wore mainly in regard to n
uniform stylo of ticket- Improve-
incnta in the baggago checking sys-i
tern and matters connected with the!
After roll call n number of new mem !
hers were admitted Tho report of the j
general committee on special cars for i
theatrical purposes was adopted at the
recommendation .r the committee.
The (lUcstlun of nroratiuvr tho cost
of through reversible baggago checks
was dlseued. A committee u.sn
polntcd to prepare a universal
form of tickets. The com-
mit tco on roads was dis-
charged without making a report.
It was decided the next meeting
should take place the third Tue'sday
In September next in Chicago. The
convention thou adjourned until to-
morrow when the ejection of otlleors
for the ensuing year will enjine up.
The stockholders :ot uie litoanway
rnderground Hallway Company
elected Wm. Windom of Minnesota to
Ihe board of director. The directors
electee! Mellvlllo C. Smith president
and General Kgbert Melc engineer.
its Systems of Teaching in tho
An Effort to Secure tho Land Grants
to tho Gulf & Ship Island Railway.
A Red Handed Manifesto Issuod by
tho Oontral Gommtttoo on Labor
Public Men and Ropresontatlvos in
Confiross Denounced as Liars and
mont to-day. Ills health docs not Up.
prove as rapidly as expected. Ho will
probably uciuhvseo In his physicians
advice and take a shot t Hit voyage In
a fnw ibivQ In order to recti iterate. A-
-slstaul Secretary French will continue
acting secretary or uie treasury ior
some time. .
liy the death of Lieutenant roiouri
Wm. H. Rrown of the Vlrst Infantry
Major C. A. Rnvtlett of the Kknonth
Infantry will bo promoted to lieutenant-colonel
of tho First Infantry. Cap-
tain Jas. A. Snider of the Third Ju
fautry to major of the Eleventh Infan-
try First Lieutenant F.dnulud Rico of
of tho Fifth Infantry to captain or thy
Fifth Infahtiy.nnd Second Lieutenant
J.C. Tillsonorthe .Fifth Infantry t
llret lieutenant of the Finn infantry.
Spwliil to llio CJinrotto.
Clifton Texas March 13. Our peo-
ple mo becoming excited over the Im-
agined cxistonco of a coal mine within
a mile of town. A party of several
persons to piovo their faith by their
works have been digging for some
days having improvised some ma-
chinery for that purpose. Some aie
very sanguine over the prospects whllo
others will await fm titer developments
before going wild.
Chester Lewis who is wanted in
Burleson county to answer t the
charge or rape was arrested hero to-
day by our sheriff.
Owing to continued rains farming
has progressed very little in this sec-
tion. Cotton Shipments from tills point
will reach two thousand hales about
four times as much as tho shipments
of last scaton.
A Firo Company Organised District
Court Cold and Rainy.
Annual Mooting of tho Directors of all
the Groat Railroad Companies.
Election of the Now York Monoy
Kings as Directors Business
St. Louis March Ja.At the annual
meeting of thu Wabash St. Louis and
Pacific Railway company to-day tho
following direclois were elected to
servo three year; Jay Gould Rus-
sell Sage A. L. Hopkins It. S-. Hayes
F. L. Ames.
Kai nlngs for thu year woic $tltS l-
090 operating expen8eslltWl7o2 net
earnings f.")l800:W and mbtct'lhinouh
receipts f;s(iu. town nci leeeipis
for IS82 f-.Xilo.O'JS. Total net
receipts for 1SSI 307 18 JO
funded debt 700378ol loans and
notes payable J;!2710."itl sundry sccurl-
ii... ; i.... i en? m)it
llVa i lM v'" "" t
At the annual meeting oi tne siocu-
holdcrsofthe St. Louis Santa le
railway company directors were elec-
ted as follows : C. l Huntington
Leland Stanford Jay Gould Russell
Sage Jesec Scllgman Kdward F.
WHson Jas. V. Fish W. F. Hiickley
Horace I'm tor A. S. Hatch Walter
L. Frost It. S. Hayes Chas. W. Rog-
ers. 17 1 "OS shares were voted out of a
total capital of UoO.OOO shares The
new board will meet at an caily day
in Knur Vorle fororiranixathm.
At tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of the St. Louis lion Moun-
tnlii. stntitliern mil toad this morning
the election of directors for the coining
.votir reslilleil in 110 emillKV. i no un.nu
Xh im follows Jay Gould R
Washington March lit. Thc;defciu
continued tho iii-esentatlou of petitions
and other papers In the star route trial
this morning. After about two hour
had been consumed In monotonous
reading Ingersoll said his supply of
papers wa exhausted but Was hoivo-
ful of Uw'.lmr more for thonrtemoon
session. Although tho court seemed
to attach small lmpoitanco to this
kind of evidence remarking that a
hoiwo full of it Mould not weigh
feather. WINim procured a fresh sup-
ply of paiwra and continued reading.
In dlicctlng Profs. Geo. L An
drews and Sapiliel K Tlllmim of (he
I'nitcd States military academy o
visit Howard Yale and other Ameri
can college thu secretary or war
desires a thorough Inquiry to
bo made Into the course
of study and methods ot Instruction
at the leading American universities
and colleges. Speaking of the subject
to-dav General Drum said Ibis may be
eonsfdeicd a new depapturo but the
world moves and we must keep abreast
l With the spirit of the age. It Is do-
siranio mat v iohh huoihu ihu
Itself of everything which
Is commended and endorsed by tho
ripe experience of our leading Institu-
tions ot learning.
The Outfit Ship Island railway was
Included in tlio list of laud giant nill-
roads which tho Judiciary committee
of the hoiwo during the l'Dity-ovouth
oongrojvs reported upon recommend-
Ina that their land grants be declared
forfeited for the reason that the Work
of construction had not been begun
is'o action however was taken by con-
gress and UIh now repoited that ox-
rcpresonlatlYC Manning of Mlsslsslpiu
I and other gentlemen who have ou-
1 t.iitn.it iMinii-ol ui" the charter haveirono
to Now York for tho purpose of Inter-
esting capitalists there in funning a
syndicate tosujiply the fluids nece-ssa-rv
to complete the load orMuuo portion
of It with the expectation th.it the
! valuablo laud grant can be stctlied. IV
I Is further reported that n meeting Will
1 be held in Wall hired to. discuss una
mature a pian oi operations.
Tho bohid of directors nppoinled by
I tho centntl commutco on iimnr icgts-
lni.inn. iii'iraur.eu uv aiuuoiivy in
I'lilimliiwn. Pa.. Mareh
the Dukos.uit tilal wa fwumwl
this morning James Kutt son or Ihv
deceased was put on the stand to provo
that he had seen Dukes drem an anony-
moils letter reilectlng on his sister
In the road near his fathers house.
This evidence was ruled out. The let-
ters which llukes had written to Cap-
tain is'utt when ottered In evidence
and against tho strenuous ututrln or
the dcleuce were admitted 'lher
were read Ui the Jury by
Mr. Hay ford and created
prorouild Herniation In the court-room.
In point of Infamy they were fully uj
to expectations Dukos acknowledges
utlsulleltodly that ho enjoyed Illicit in
tercourse with Cant. MUI'h iituignter
and gives alleged town rumors con-
ceriiinghcrohanictcr. In closlngaiw
exprcsscss hs opinion Hint Ml Jutt
was inn delicate condition and infer-
entlully suggested to Cant Nult that
anuboitlon itiighlsave tho honor ol
his daughter and family. Tho prose-
cution here rested.
The defense in opposing proved that
Dukes had said to Mrs .leitltlngrttt
she loll the room lifter the meeting
that ho'was sorry for what he had done
but ho iiad acted lUHclf'tlefense an Cap.
tain Nutt would have killed him jriie
bad not killed Nutt.
Part of YiKGh-B'
on a Tour.
Ila!a T. T Eckcrt l'.L. Ames m. iniii ooimress of the national
his mini were llnished and accepted
v the state inspector but because of
ieknes of the latter his report was
nit made until after the Seventeenth
I'glslatuie repealed the law. unuer
ne circumstances tne eommisswuui
en unauuiomcu ami reuiseu m insuv
latents and this bill calling lor lour
iiindrcd and twenty sections is to
Uint the relief sought.
The hoiwe ilimi resumed considera-
ionof the general appropriation bill.
Ilil tl...r .I......I 1 ... I. lLt !..! rt.ll tlllt
"c KLun lU'VUini I" iiirainiuii j'.
uses: at Goliad. Kcfujjlo. Lagrango
nil San Jacinto on motion or Mr. Til-
Tiiey were afterwards re-consiiicrcn
ndhehiK reduced one hair were ap-
Tlieiuuouiit for re-bulldlng the.sta-
le of the deaf and dumb asylum was
wed to live hundred dollais. .
A long discussion ensued
ver the appropriation of
mounts for the lish commissioner
ii which the merlls and demerits of
tit present and succeeding Incuniu-
nts were freely alluded to and during
Inch tlie "oveinor was liuiirecny
riticled for his new appointments.
lm items were left. Intact.
Another discussion took placo over
he item for the purchase of the South-
.... ! J . .' t ..A ..II 41tlh
u iii-ioiicai j)aicrs oui. mi nv-
iiiidnientr and motions to strike out
mv voted down.
mio discussion ensued ou a mo-
on tojpay sums for tho Agricultural
mi .ui'iMidiiii'in odiieue inn
Ml nl vers! ty fund Instead of thegen-
wl revenue and the amendment was
m. The hill was then ordercu eu-nsed.
Mr.Chenoweth oll'ercd an amend-
'tut ir m'iiin n uniiire of three
itfustnid dollai-s for state engineer.
u object was to have such olllcer ap-
'iiltsl under the Gibson substitute.
" law provides for such oiuulai put
"H'piopilation has ever been made.
"! Hint Inn was ill uiiv
llh the renuted progntmnie
slailL'bti.rliiir the tilb-oil
"Utitute. The point of order was
JhsI that tho item "could not be in-
vnl except in committee of the
"w. ami as the bill was on its final
'e the house could not go into
rtttorsomo discussion and contusion
'f. Cheiinu-rtii u-iitiiin.w the amend-
i"wJtwlthihe view to securing H' In-
null when tlie bill U ooiisldcrcn uy
? Jfiinte. After some further dis-
Nn and the relcetion of various
I'diuents tlte bill lluiilly passed.
'"' laud bill then cujiic
P as -i ..i.i rii- imt was
t i ' lfV.VI4. w... -----
KllK)iio.l .....ii (f.i.nviiviiv nl 10
f!'Kk Tho vote was reconsidered
man of a irreproachable personal char-
acter and of the highest standing
General indications point to tlie fact
that the somite land bill will be sup-
plemented In the house by a substitute
bill most probably that offered by
Robertson of Williamson. It hns
been understood that the latter reflects
Commissioner Walsh's views upon
the question which if true means a
Whc quo non to the favor of tho
fnililn-r limn. nf this cltv. bouuht
'ntirtinn thousand dollars worth of
lll'l- i.i. ill lniwltf tn-lhlV.
'l'ho ltst of notaries for tho state will
be sent to the senate to-morrow.
Tlie Poland & Price Hardwaae Com-
pany of Dallas died an amendment
to their charter increasing their capi-
tal to $100000. niAA I
The comptroller tieposueu -wj i"
the credit of general revenue and $3-
000 to the school fund.
Up to this time the governor Iuib
signed thirty-two bills two resolutions
and one special bill.
Adjournment of tho Grand Jury-
General Diaz' Party-Heavy
Hpeciul to tho CJus'rtto.
San Antonio Mareli &m ?-
H.i .miii .ri-.uiil lurv ad oiirncd to-ihu.
ll found a number of Indictments
among them onoacalnst L. IJlf.
i.in n?sistiiiit nostmatcr lor embezzle
ment of government money.
General Diaz and party will reach
Laredo at ten o'clock to-night and ar-
rive here at six in the morning and
lewe at ten to-morrow on a special
tiiilu for New York by way of St.
LTi!er. was a heavy rein all last night
till owr the west. Streams aru very
lghamWtll raining. The country
southeast it is reported sustained eon-
Sable damage. Trains three to live
hours behind tlme
Mr. and Mrs. F. Allen Gowcr fr-
mcrlv Miss Norton the prnm donna.
lave i-MtiHl cards for. receptions I nl
heir residence in Paris Mondays In
Hw-lul to tliCJKitto.
Tyler March 13. A meeting was
held at tho opera-house last n'ght to
consider tho question of a lire com-
pany. A volunteer organization was
effected with an unusual large mem-
bership. Tlie company will be under
the direction of J. P. Douglass and L.
In llio district court to-day a Judg-
ment for $700 was recovered against
the Texas & St. Louis railway com
pany by Wm. Ramsey n former
dtictor on that line.
Weather rainy light norther
Close of tho Convention at Colorado
Grand Ball and Banquet.
Sjwii'iul to tlmOfivntt.
Colorado March 1.1. After Iransaei-
ing soino routine business the Stock-
men's Association adjourned to-day to
meet next year at Atiiicnu on me v.n
Tuesday alter the Hist Mommy in
March. Colorado's lavish hospitality
Is being displayed to-night at the
court house where a grand ball and
banquet are being liberally patronized
by tho beauty and gallantry of this
and many other cities. .
This section has Just been visited by
heavy and much needed rain.
The Western Union Dividends-lSteam-cr
on Tiro Passenger Agents.
Ki.i.tmv ni mi. it. k. iuoreunim
Hcnrv "Wheelan James S. Low cry J.
Terry Samuel Shelthar. ltusell bage
R. S". Lockland R. C. Korcns.
The directors oi llio ayssou" raviu"
il.A homiiaI iiiHnHhiV .T
111111111111 V. I III illlllttill 111V'-IIK. "
labor unions nud aiscmbllcH
of labor of tbo I nltod States have Is-
hues a manllVsto headed with the stir-
ring call "To your tents Israel." The
manifesto denounces the maloilly of
ii.. ..... i. nu iiiifvnfu tut nl npii by led-
wlilch was also held this morning Is r..i c.uiJtllHUt ifeinands an extra ses-
slon of congress as the remedy for lm-
lilentlpidlv the same as (ho St. Louis
Iron Alwuniaiu ami Bouiueru jh eyeiy
n-iiv. Tlio followlntr points arc lrom
the annual re
lowing points are Iron
cport or tho St. liouis
.... 1 Llnttt lli-klll fni1tlLflV
.niwiimyuiilkoM ami advisca nil wage-
workmen to loin their trades-unions
or Knights or Labor and present an un-
ii ucuoiiiii'cii i nu iiiiunii.
ron Mountain and Soiithernjailway: j ()iul front.
uross carnimts mr ioo- y.ij.-v iiMni.niiiiii nriiitine nam
operating expenses including Iniprove- of ix0 rvnaom between capital and
menth Dcttcrmeius ami uuiiw y i..uor .m BUVH iujrf neuon cmmicn
KS3 cost ol Improvenients ?-jii"-i.i wjh late proceedings inimical to In-
net earnings .;iii.is.j immuui teiesls ofwagc-WiuUers convinces ino
miles ot main iraciiwa- ihuu-iwimvi oanl or directors ot llio insincciciiy
Hpoolal M lli" CJutrnim.
HouMon Match lo.-Tho narrow
cndorWlglhH fctuim struck Corpit
Chtlstl ludlaliola and other points
along tlie coast at ten o'clock this fore-
noon with high wind and heavy rain
during which time the nallvcs were
pretty bttdlv frightened and telegraph-
to communication was cut off. In the
uftcrtmontliomorin sunsmcu i im uhj
wlren reported nil right again. i
lloustdu fiotu twelve to four n'oloftj
the vain felt in torrents with occasion
nl violent mists or wind No havm
done as far lis heard from.
New Oilcans Maieh 111 'l'ho mow
(o-dav resulted tut follow-B .
First moo One thousand aiul two
hundicd yards Hickory Jlin llrst;
KvnK second Turn third. Tini-
Second laco-Thrccfoiirths of a
mile Larluilnto lint ; IlHIy 0. c:
Olid; Roreieo thlid. Time 1:10.
Third racooni) and onti-slxtecmUs
or a mile Llzzb' MoWhlHer llwt :
Mutiltou second ; Annie third
iRtii r uv miles nuniuer oi
milch of side-track 17!t. The)
coulpmcnts consists of 111 locomotives .
1830 cars or all description. Capital
stock e22bl00S5 funded debt tJ.OT)-
TSicMissouil Pacific's annual report
HiimmarlHcd Is as follows. Gross
earnings for 1882 $sO040ii o.crat ng
expenses Including tho com ol all Im-
nrfivemciiL ami uixen. oi.hu.-iu iu-v
earning $UI0M14'W. mwt of
and hollow hypocrisy oriho prores-
slops of u mujoilty ofaenntors. 'the
complete subjoctiou of our legislator-'
fo the moneyed potter has
never beep more cjeiuly
demonstrated than by tho recent tarlll
legislation or the Forty-seventh con-
gress which threatens to result In the
Fmmedlato and distressing reduction
or wages In many groat manufactor-
ies or tho country. Tho altctn)t will
naturally lead to a strike and const
Improvements muvw. me emmr (uet miscn and want and probahiy
ment consMw of 16-i locomotives .!11; riot and disorder will ensue and the
cars of all descriptions. Number or Wnni0 will lm wUt m umiiu to be at-
miles of main track openitod imo; i; I Wt'hcd to the poor workman Instead
oreiu o over IbSl of 1203. The number of ... .. . ... i r..MtVo liars hypo-
lipiiiu niueii rii..H
.tk om mm I erms
mlllHl .lilr tinok. lilt. I
4T....1 ir.v ooo- fiiiulcd debt. li).3 711.000
"Considering the wilfulness of the
ctops last year and other adverse cir
cumstances which ailcoKii tne rani-
Ini'fc during Dm tlrst p.in of the year
luirirle's and public pluudcr-
oiswho oaseiy amisc mo iivweiA re-
posed In them by a confiding peopl?.
The psalmist says : "All men ol high
tii.rii(iiie lbiiH." and If he had lived
t in Washington to-day ho would repent
uussn"wiugireKHMi-ijin"--"".- thonsHortlon with our suppicincinaiy
nble.thcincroasetlm'l receipts oi or utntncnt. Human agencies have
those of IfeSl being fcl.KlOwiki. Gf tills olm)(y iuVhwi HChcnlcs by
increase fsos.8 17 were Tor passenger vhMl tltT few have enslaved
litislnofcH. Two-thirds of the stock wxus . ... .imj Jniman
...... - - .11. ..!. u
voted at tne mecung " t"" ii ."'"
Adlourntd to meet In New ork on
.April third. ......... rlllir.
son Citv savs the Downing high
in ' I'JIIllV
lmlniM niiiKt root fy the wiotig. ie
should not continue lo look lulu the
clouds of heaven like Ignorant curs
for dellveianoo iroiu our opiiressom
but to one another. Federated drones
James Gordon Dennett was rcecntlj
t Cannes with a largo party;I
Gen. Jamc Grant Wilson Mr. John
P. Uigelow and Gen. Mauran.
..... ii- iTitniirvwk Into rector of
tho American Episcopalchurch Paris
and Miss Hitchcock have gone to Na-
ples en route for the Holy J.and.
vi... vnrir Unroll 1.1. The'exccit-
tlvo committee of the Wittem l hJon
Telegrnph Company to-day resolved
to advise the board of direclors at
their meeting to-morrow to declare a
dividend of one and three-quarter mr
cent to bo made payable Anrlllotli
next. This Is the largest (iiWdiuiil
that has ever been declared Uie
books will close on the ttli of this
month and open again on tho l.th or
next mouth. . x . ri
On the aiilval of thesteamship Hud-
son from New Orleans this morning n
fire was discovered In the lower hatch.
The lire department was called apd
soon u dozen steamers were at work
tho vessel being Hooded thut being
deemed the most effective method of
extinguishing the fire. The ca rgo cou-
slbta of cotton and stores and the lire
wius tniced to where the .cotton ovas
stored. The damage cannot Iw e-stlmat-ed.
The vessel is valued at aimarlerof a
million and the cargo at about tho
Tlie semi-annual convention of the
H..1..W.. idii i (i iim-sid tho senate. i ........... iii iv ruii.fni.ii
was pn-scd by the houne by one majoi- jM00rero t.niadlug with one voice Int-
ity i o-dny and Is now a law. mediate leform. Whatever we do
however hhould ie nope peacoauiy u
I pos-lblo and In acconlaiice with law."
; The onlv member or thu cabinet
present at the meeting to-dav -went
Secretary's Frellnghuyscii Toller
LonlHviile lis: Mitreli W.-Ciulii
F. JI. Mo'.s ortbe firm of Hall Mols &.
Co.. this city took an oveidosc of mor-
phine lii-t evonlng and despite the
1 .-.. . . . 1.... !!.. a .td.il fit lill UMllV
r7 h "n Mi: It "h not "Mlcved master-genera.
it win taken with suicidal Intent ks
?." irji;;;k:of omciais of the
! S' ' JI in; Hint. Asslsfai.t
camo home from business complain-
iiiir of feeling unwell and laid down i
and never arose again. He was well .
known in biislmts olreles In tlio .
soiiih. 1 ie came from Jetv Orleims to
tills cltv several yearn ago. He leaves
u wife and three children.
f'hiindlor and Lincoln becretary
l'olgcr was too 111 to attend tho posi-mastcr-ireneral
are out or the city.
Mr! Mois has been In the habit ortak- 'W'T.r .ZHIK
will be appointed to succeed Treasurer
GllfUIIan. Tho presldoiit liassaidiie
will be guldcsl entirely In tlil-inmller
by the secretary f the treasury.
Chief of tho secret wcrvlce division
of ilintreaurv denartm'Uit has been
advised that the most dangerous eoiin-
terfclt of the standard wiyur iihimh
.....i.. Km .. i. .... Hi-inn! iii oh lii and ui'
Failure. .ti...... mm... i.. nln Iuim the exact
(.r mi 'I'lwwcdl ! wni.riiY tinir fnnl aiioiiuniiit'e of tho
huivi. '' --- "---l i'H"M n "- ".. . ....
I I1L1UIIII IHlk MM !-
and wine hotice or genuine and resists tic'iuic '7"IC
ior outer coating or sliver i inivn -.
..V.... --. - .!......
well for a quarter oi u reninrji i -;
fn.. fulled to-tlHV
The flrm has fdoou
jicrofthe ilrm liov lig nmkcnl as to
test on the market a lie-value of thw
assets cau'l even be'Cfltlniarcd "
It would leudi V be accepted in gouu
Ine by merchants
Washington March 't.r-Heeretary
Folgerwa-Jiio.tuttlie mwutf dopnt-t-
Ilim it I.iiiIhk C.i ll lie Sjinllml (lm I'liitU nf
Mcinphls Tenn. March 10. Soolul
circles have been considerably Htlrrvj"!
up In tho past day or two on account
of a runaway match with matrimonial
Intent hi which tho oldest daughter
of Atlorncv.Gcucial G. P. M. Turner
who is editor and proprlctoi of the
Memphis WI;(i) Satmctar nud a
Mr. Moore formerly collector for thai
paper were tlie parilolpaitbs.
The ev'ent would havu attracted but
Httlo attention beyond the excitement
or the moment when it became known
hiitHliioe nothing has . been hoard or
the runaways since their leaving tho
Interest Is becoming more intense
among her former associated and pain-
ful to her parents. Mr Moore was re-
cently from Virginia and while in resi-
dent of Memphis established him
self In good society and by his gmUU"
inanlv deportment won many warm
friends who regard him worthy of the
young lady who bus cast her Jot with
him. The parents of the young lady
bail hoped their daughter would adopt
tho fctuue for which she had derelopcd
a talent and when Mr. Monro asked
them for tho hand of their daugh-
ter this wn the only objection
urged. Mr Mooro and his afllanced
put their head together and resorted
to Iheiiinaway stratagem to thwart the
stoge plailH she not wishing to adopt
that profession and he determined that
she should not If Bhedld not wlh
to. Tho MipMvMon Is that the runa-
ways are somewhere In Virginia In
(be vicinity or the former homo of the
bridegroom enjoying n happy honey-
moon. A Woman Forgotten.
Kiidvculow t'rjiii I
The husband of Kate Chiisohiis iimv-
tlcd an adopted daughter of West " Jr
Klula. What chiinges ro produced by
the whirligig of time! Hut a few
short year ago he was the envy of the
envied He had cajitlirod a pr t for
which hundreds of knightly
gentlcmcii llio tlowrr of the
tuiifi ifim d have shcil their
Idood. cstorday he strode Rhode
Inland like a shotguiincd Collossiis or
stood Mars-like In ilcfeiise of his bat-
tlement. Vcstei day he wasnn at cged
iwiikruptandaernnk. T-tlay ho I
u brldcgrmnu and tho prosptsitlye gow
u v.f m.iui.. luiiniil. Where 1
KateV Well no matter. The worlds
forgets the woinaii ;"
s " j'.-i. r aA bk 1
A. '....1 HMiHrV'l" T- "' -
- - - 77 ..... .ru.Mvv-..&pi'"rtU7w'w l ;; '" .irufiii foriiio fcaiei
mv;rv" :" nV lAfiiriiiiF to ibis City in wn r w wrrr :iu rffl.w. J
-1. ! I Tif-V "IM- ! lmu .w..... r. -- '. II ... T '1
en 1 Fears arc ciHe " v r ..
-r towwwlm re In the rising
-il ' ji i.-" ' ( - "
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