Fort Worth Daily Gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 79, Ed. 1, Wednesday, March 21, 1883 Page: 1 of 8
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cnctfssor to tho Democrat-Advance.
FORT WOBTH. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 23 1883.
VOL. 7 NO. 70.
Resolution Adopted by tho Sen-
ate to Discharge iU tho Com-
cession of tuo Joint weBoiuuon
ijnentung vue uonauvuwuu
Bclatlvc to the Judiciary.
House Resumes its Former Ac-
tfvity and Disposes of Sev-
eral Important Measures.
deration of tho Land um ue-
uned-Adjournmont not xnougni
Of Legislative uos5ip.
power to confer Jurisdiction
upon courts. Adopted.
Mr. Gooch moved to reconsider the
The vote recurring ou mneudmcut
to strike out was lost.
Pending further discussion the sen-
The bill restoring the jurisdiction of
me county courts oi uarnett aim
uommunctio counties was called up
under motion of Mr. Acker to recon-
sider its passage. Burnett was strick-
en out and Dowilt inserted and tho
bill as amended passed.
jur. Armisteait moved topostpono tno
pending business to take tip tho sub-
stitute bill an act to provide for the
organization of n'bonrd to direct super-
vise and control the work of obtaining
and presenting statements accounts
and abstracts showing the amount
and charaoter of claims of thoBtnteof
Texas against the government of tho
United States for moneys expended by
said stato in protecting her frontiers;
to prepare proper vouchors and to ob-
tain and present necessary proof in
support of said claim as required by
tho act of congress; to authorize tho
secretary of tho treasury to examine
and to report to congress tho amount
of the claims of tho state of Texas
Colorado Oregon Nebraska Califor-
nia. Kansas and Nevada and tho
territories of "Washington and Idaho
for moneys expended and indebted-
ness assumed by said states and terri-
tories in repelling invasion; to pro-
vide means and employ the necessary
clerical force to enable said board to
dischargo its duties and to make ap-
propriations to pay the expenses of tho
After being considered In committee
of the whole the bill was read tho
third time and passed.
Tho bill lor protection oi usn nnu
.r l. tin -Vl..
t..-tit. nun ii w. .iiii
lu;i'i -". A .ui. ....... ..it
duccd a resoiuiiuu m vuwuut jj
.committee clerks and authorizing
president to appoint an assistant
lrk lor enrolling aim cngruasiuum
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llC resolution was iuiiuiiucu b'j iu
vide for the appointment of three
rkswhen necessary and adopted
ir' Travlor Introduced a bill to ad-
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ttlll tlie OUirauwiuiiiK '" v-."""
r GiObS UUrOdllCCU II iiwhuuuu
i.nrW.lmr the secretary of stato to
aili tho clerk of the United States
rts reports of the supreme court of
louse substitute to the joint rcsolu-
amending tno consiuuuuu
i. ... till. Ul II III
uuig . ". .. . ; ..
lool lands set aiue to ine suvunu
mile was taKen up. I imie wus lni;on j ixm fur ocing
i. miiic nflered to amend tills see- ? ... ihj
ll.Va usn '-" .... 1
i uiving actual settlers a fair right
purchase by inserting "provided
V are residing on tho land at the
e it is set aside." Lost and the res-
lion passed to third reading.
lie joint resolution Hiuumiiiis i
slitution relative to ine juuiriorj
. 1.. t.l hf.lm-i tho sonatc.
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lr. uavis onereu u uuvm iv " i
term of supreme judges at six
U lnulnnjl nt'i'll'ht. IjOSt. '
lr. Martin oll'ered to amend bj
Idngouttho section llxmg salary
ir. L'mylor ollered to amend by
Kir tin. K.ilnrv at S'J.tiOO instead of
ft .... --- . .
r. Cooper ollered a substitute fori
amendments slriiung oui ww
tnsertlinr "such sum as may he I
cribod by the legislature."
length V discussion mnu 1""-
mien Air. voopur imminjii - i
Itltute and ollered one to sini.o
si.000 and insert -sucn amount rj
I... tr.rllieri llV laW tllld lllltll
mvlse provided the salary shall bu
r. Evans ottered to amend so as to
Lit sessions iiWlic court at Austin.
Ipted. Yeas 17; nays 8.
ir. wavis ouuii'u uiuiiH'iiu i.j .-ji.iu-
lout: "Tlie Ifgisiaiuro may coiner
li the court original exclusive ju-
iictlon to issue writs of mandamus
(nt ami nst t he governor in Classes
lji.es to bo specified by law."
. . ... .l.. ...wind ti ..fill.
10 1)111 was men iimuiniti. ..
i It to tho amendment llxmg the
tnl . Aiihiln. and the cou-t. of ap-
s section was taken up.
r. Harris ottered to atucim inai
ion in arrest of Judgment .shall be
defects in Indictments. Auopicu.
r. Jones ollered loaincim oy giv-
the court jurisdiction over eases
ided in criminal district eouns.
djoumed till o p. m.
a n'UH NOON bliS! ion .
lr Hilhin from tilt! COIUlUlttCO IU
e'nthiirs reported unfavorably the j
ilution llxing the day of adjourn-
it on Saturday the jiisl insui u;
rauly to prevent me nuuucnu ion
amended was recoinmltted.
....1 mi.i Kniinru fuvorablv flxinir
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lioml ofthe state ii easurui un-jvm-j more umu
with an amenuineni nxuig n- t noiuing u urn-en
MMK). more than w per
Mr. Clienowetli called up thublll to
llx and cfiualizo the compensation of
tax assessors and It wns passed to a third
House bill requiring ringing of
locomotive bolls at public crossings was
taken up and the senate amendments
The public weigher bill was willed
up and afterbelnganicnded was passed.
The following counties are
exempted from the bill:
Fayette Caldwell Guadalupe
Marion Harrison CW Kaufman
Polk San Jacinto Howie Ullnier
IJastrop "Vebb Zapata Starr Hidal-
go Jilaueo Ilayon Morris Cameron
Leon. Madison Jasper Tyler New-
ton Greer and Henderson.
Mr. Cochran called up the bill to
amend tho charter of tho city of Dai-Ins.
Mr. J illl oll'ered an amendment that
the new territory known as East Dal-
las shall not be responsible for debt al
ready Inclined by the city oi uai-
las. 'After a lengthy discussion by
Messrs. Cochran Hill and Douglass
the amendment was lost and the bill
Mr. Xiish moTcd a reconsideration
and had his motion spread on the
Mr. .Rosenthal called up the bill
amending tho school law. It provides
thai trustees shall make contracts
with teachers basing such contracts
on the number of registered pupils in
each community to determino salaries
at tho following rates: To teachers
holding llrsfc-class certificates not
more than !2.ol) to thoso holding
second-class certificates not more
than two dollars and to those holding
third-class certificates not more than
one dollar and 11 fly cents per month per
capita for mipils within tho scholas-
tic ages. It shall not be lawful to tie-
i.umil hi it entiditiou of admittance in
school the payment of extra tuition
for pupils within the scholastic nge
provided that in no event shall a
teacher holding u tlrst-class certificate
.....iv. from tho nublic free school
fund more than 7o per mourn inoso
imiiHnir hccond-class ccrtlllcates of
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should tho nv
The question being on Mr. Trunk'
amendment to strikeout of section
eight tho advertising and second ad-
vortlslng feature. Tito amendment
An Amendment by Mi. I'rymier to
strlko out tho feature considering the
application of the first bid unless it bo
raised and providing for the sale to
actual settlers was adopted.
An amendment by Mr. Jonc was
adopted rcnulringnpplleants to .iccom-
pany tneubias with money ior me ad-
vertising fee and one-thirtieth of the
An amendment by Mr. Htagner
was adopted requiring the purchaser
to accompany tho application with nn
atlldavitof the actual settler.
An amendment by Mr. Krymtor that
the payment be made direct to the state
treasury was lost.
Mr. Foster of Gravson offered to
substitute providing In effect that the
purchaser be required to pay one-
thirtieth of the principal with Interest
for one year at the rate of four per
cent per annum.
Mr. Nash oll'ered an amendment to
tho substitute requiring the money to
be sent dhect to the treasury.
The substitute as amended was
Mr. Moors ofEastland otlurcu nn
nnioiidmcnt nrovidinc that purchas
ers may at their option pay all the
principal at any lime.
After u long discussion Mr. Cham-
bers of Tarrant oll'ered a substitute for
Mr. Moore's amendment pending
which the house adjourned.
The chairman of the committee says
tho contlngentifunds Isjnearly exhaust-
ed. A comparison shows that tho son-
ate has been more extravagant than
tho house In the uses of this fund ex-
cent in Its iiatroiiairo to newspapers.
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l'lnai atiiouruuieni- appears i get
fuitheroir (lie more it is discus&od.
Tho senate committee killed the reso-
lution to quit On tho.11 and the house
is so fur behind that It will
bo hard to bring about any adjourn-
ment very early.
Tho proposition to tie upland legis-
lation entirely until next session ap-
pears to bo gaining streunth. Should
tiie idea llnally prevail Mr. Kendall's
bill will coniu in just li) the right
Tho Zlon Co-operation Association
Patrons of 1 lusbandryor Grimes coun-
ty Hied a charter; also tho Mnscotte
Cluh of San Antonio.
The governor to-day pardoned a man
named Fossett to take effect one day
before his sentence expires.
Some time ago a Mexican consul at
Brownsville refused to answer a sum-
mons to Corpus Chrlstl as a witness.
Governor Ireland rather than assert
the authority of the state to attach
said witness referred the matter to
the Mexican minister at Washington
through the secretary of state. The
minister ordered the consul to obey
The comptroller to-day cancelled
$19000 worth of Galveston county
bonds issued tot lie Gulf Colorado it
Santa Fo railroad.
Itecelpts at tho treasury to-day for
miltllii limiln weri oulto liiruc.
Col. Win. Yardell of tho Seguln
Times. W. Alex Abeyof thoLongrinw
Democrat I). C. Williams of tho Mln-
eoInJonffor A. W. Hleily of the
Wills Point Local S. A. Tishburn of
thoMexiaf.'C'-nnd L. D. Llllard
of the Fairfield Jiccorder are in the
city to attend a meeting of the execu-
tive committee of tho Texas Press As-
sociation in compliance with Presi-
dent Gosling's call published a few
days since. The committee will meet
to-night ut the Raymond House.
Tho Star Routo Court Decides
Quostion of Evidence and Gen-
eral Brady Resumes.
Ilia Importluonco Stuns the Mighty
Gall of Judgo Wylio and Troa-
Secretary Folgor Tunis Up at FortrcsB
Monroo Whore tho President
A Lack of Appropriations Will Impair
tho Signal Service Capital
The Switch Engino Accident Death
of Mrs. John OchiltrcoV Ap
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himvlilhnr nv s nod ml tcrillS l "W
a. "'"rt " -
Irivt courts. Adopted.
Ir. Davis ofVered to amend by fixing
salary of dlrtriet judges at y.fw
otnorwise prcscnoeu y .i".
Ir. Uin-rid nlli'l-iiil to IlllieUU by
king out the section giving district
!$cs the power to noia speciui iim
mirt by glvlne- thirty days notice
lr GlbltN ofl'ored to amend that
re may be district attorneys aim
TldlngJhal when there Is none tnc
iwniav be per ormcii y uiowhii-
UUirucy. . . .
Ir. Kleberg ollered a substitute nun
l5lsluluie may also proviuc u
Piity attornev- when tliere are no
ItrhM nt tlii-mivi. l.iWt.
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lr.).iis oUV'icd a siibillttUe inai jkioj
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lie iitun inn iivinni.js ... ..j".-- v... ."'"--'. . ..?. . .. . t
it was taken up and an ameno- tendance inn ociow iiuy pur cum. .
it adopted to conform the bill to ( the registered pupiis in "" . u-
aiiieiidment fixing the court at nitlcs tneirusiees i crcui . u w -
tinue ineseiiooi. anu uu nu i""
Harris offered to amend vides for the transfer of pupils from
one community nnunn.-i -j -
county judge. Jt- also rcguiatcs too
examination of teacher issuance of
An amendment by Mr. Foster
of Grayson authorizing tho
Mate board to llx uniform text
books was adopted.
An amendment by Mr. Jones revok-
ing certificates to teachers for the
i offense of drunkenness was adopted.
Tiio bill was then read a third time
under a suspension of tho rules.
On motion of Mr. Molvlnney the
' amendment of Mr. Foster of Grayson
' ...i...i..A timtxYt hiioks was stricken
out and after being Immaterially
amended the bill passed.
' The houo resumed consideration ot
the land bill tho question bulng on me
adoption of the eighteenth beet ion
lifik.iitiii-i. iiiiiv ntiivlde tor the
tion of district attorneys in d
Mb where there is no resident dis-
t attorney. Lo-l and the Glbbs '
!r. GcHieh olfercd to nmeiid by pro-
ptag for the election of county ai-
ineys. Adopted. .
fir. Kvans ollerwl to anivnu y gi-
fountv courts urisdletion oer
its Involving tl.lKHi.
fir uclzeudaner olieidi ii siiiniumi-
Ktlie i-nniitv fnni'ts shall havoex-
Mve original htiisdletiou in civil
f where tlie matter in controversy
ui exceed n viie3Maim nun.--
h lthi exclusive of intercut; and
I'Uirreut jurisdiction avIIIi tliouis-
1.1 . . ....M I.. ...kit.
r wiiris when ine miuiei v..
h.enty shall exceed $500 and not ex-
lr. Mmtlii ifi;rpil to amend v re-
rln-'eouiilY clerks from tho dutlw
: Cheslcv ollvrni to amend i'J
klK out that portion of mo sec
PiMiillinr considoratlon the nouse
iidjoUrned until a o'clock.
Mr. Rrowniug called up tlm bill cre-
atine the land districts of Wheeler
Oldham and Donley. The committee
offered an amendment by adding the
Wilbarger district. The districts are
."imposed as follows: Wheeler. Green
Col In. Worth Gray. Hutchiiuon
H a" ford. Ochiltree -Roberts llemiir
111" ami Lliwcomb. Tlio Olclbuni dfs-
triet: Oldham .Sherman Moore
'Poter Parmer Deaf Smith
JIarllcv and Dallas. The Donley ills-
trlet: Donley. Carson Aniwlrdne.
Swl- cr. Flovd Rrlseoe Ilall. Chll-
'SJUh ami Randall. The Wilbarger
.lutri.-t: Wilbarger. Hartleman and
Cut We. The bill pas-cd.
Mr. Matthews introduced a petition
from Uie citizens of Grayson asking
Ihe passage the bill lor uniform
wrisilit per bushel .
r. Vnrrimtii hillMl ii n the bill re-
S .polal to tho Clarpttr'. . .
Galveston Marcli HO. Tlio switoli
engine which Jumped tho track mor-
tally Injuring one man and severely
wounding another was raised from
nn. trnHtin works and cmvoved to the
machine shop badly broken up. A
largo foreo of haiids were at once
placed at won;. xiKn ii" " -rive
at the union deiiot us usual to-
night. Railroad tralllo on the wharves
was virtually suspeiweu urwu
coiifccquenco of the uccldent.
All trains In and out arrived
and departed fiom the old depot
foot of Market streot to-day.
Alderman John A. Cotter was
through the Inilucneoof Oohlltreo ap-
pointed inspector of hulls vloo Cnii-
taiu Hurd deceased by Captain J. L.
Norton to-dav and has tendered his
resignation as olilcrman fro in the
Sixth ward. This does away with the
election content from that ward.
At I p. m. to-day at the rcsidenco
oHier husband Mr. N. N. John Mrs.
Huniiah A John expired in her sixty-
seventh year. Funeral services will
. .l.-i tt nun fll m r II. III. ILflllUI 1 W T
The olucei'appolnted and confirmed
by the council last It wltl ftaw- jt-
eentions. Rive genentl dissatisraction
ami are condemned by Mayor Fulton1
Taylowvllle III. Marclri.U-In her
rational iiiomcnts ICmma Roml has
confirmed the theory that two masked
men carried her from her sick room
and from oilier evidence.her father and
phv-bloian are convinced that the the-
ory is a correct one to prevent her ap-
pearauco before tlie grand jury.
Denver. March 20. The Exchange
Rank of Denver suspended thU inonj-
Iiil'. The bank was never miwik "u
the failure creates little surprise
cr banks are not nilected.
that portion oi iiicae- -.. .- - .nn. n- 1Bke (lUar.
lirpsi.riniii.r iu. duties of county . quiring "'" ' .ii.' i
fks. I os" ; ly reiKirts to ii.qw.Hi-u"--
'If. DtvU n.nv.1 I. s rike out the . the same was puw-wl.
Hlnu gMng the legislature the! The lanu urn --
NMhvlllc. Tcuu.. March 3.TJio
bill pusscd tlie legislature to-day nuoi.
ihhlujj public executious InlVniies
Washhigtoiit MaK'h iiO. luirersoll
continued his argument In the star
routo trial this morning In opposition
to theadmlssimi of evidence concern
ing thc.l'rlou drafts. For the sake of
argument ho had assumed the charge
Tho court said the question at issue
was the velevAiiov of the ollered evi-
dence. If received it would only tend
to prove the erltno on Rrady's part
without his associates and that was not
primer for none of thu defendants
could bo tried for Individual crime un
der the Indictment. Therefore the of-
fer Was excluded.
General Rnuly then resumed the
Witness stand. Some questions were
asked about an outsldo route when Wil-
son gave notice if tho prosecution
4vcul outside the indictment and took
up other routes no would Jtiel called
upon to no into tho subject at length
The com t replied that the rules of
law could not be released merely to
save lime That hail long ago ceased to
bo a subject for consideration.
Tlio Inquiry turned upon tlie con-
gressional investigation and the wit-
ness reiterated intmy of the answers
given during its progress. Rllss asked
If the witness knew what member of
comrress interested himself in thu
Mluorrtl l'ark IMoc.hu route.
ul must decline to say."
Rllss again put tlie question and the
witness said he had no objection to
naming tho persons who Initiated tlie
movement but ho hail objections to
naming the persons who bail con-
cerned themselves to subsequent
orders. Tlio Nevada honulors and
representatives and Utah delegation
had Interested themselves in the routo
among other senators.
Rllss remarked tho papers did not
show tho endorsements ot any of tho
puuons named. NUnes was
naked to explain his rea
sons for cutting down the servicp.
upon the Mineral Park noclie route
and restored It within tho short time.
He said tlio service had been re-
duced because It was not properly exe-
cuted. Afterwards It was represented
to them that trroat Injustice bad been
dpno the contractor.
Rllss Inquired who had represented
that the reduction was. Injustice to the
contraotors t ...
"J believe that phase of the question
wan also presented with great stress by
Senator JMumb or KaiiKis who said
lie was a friend of the
contractors and knew Injustice
had been douu them." Witness was
convinced tlio (unit was Willi the sub-
contractors who delayed trips at tlio
Colorado river and that if the service
was restored tho contractor would
nuiki. It a good service.
Rllss called attention to tho fact that
tho reason given in tho Indorsement
on tlie basis of restoring service did
not mention tho contractor but re-
ferred only to tho importance of the
route' as a connecting link in a
railway Hystem. "Was that reason
true''' ho indeed the witness
who responded In tho alllriuative.
That was one of the reasons but not the
Rllss (ubruplly) What had Kemitor
lMumb a Kansas senator to do with
this Ari.oini route.
Answer He could probably answer
Wwit question more correctly than 1
Various questions of a technical
nature were put the witness regard-
ing tho different routes. su"h ai his
reasons for expediting a route to a
certain number of hours. Many of
his reasons ho failed to recall but look-
Ingat tlio papers ho would give Mich
explanations of tho circumstances as
in his mind Justified tlio oidcrs.
Where tlo service had been discon-
tinued and n moiiWiK extra pay allow-
ed tho contractor although a mall had
never been earned tno wnnmn
denied any knowledge of such fact.
He saitl even If the circumstances
wore as slated by the counsel the con-
tractor would have been Justified in
refusing to carry the mall on account
of a iiilvMiitemtM of the distance.-
ieiil:liiir of the otiltlavlt on the
Adairvifie route wltnc said lie had
not examined it far enough to m-c that
It required every man mentioned to
travel R for four hours in every twenty-four.
He wu asked why
he had not increased the com
pensation of tho conl melons on
VcnuIUIon-HIoiix Falls route ni in Un-
case of thi Tongue river. He an
swered ho was not aware that tho dis-
ii.ih.i. in tho first case was wrongly ad
vertised. RHsh produced a distance
i.triMilnrshowImr the error. lines
declared he had never seen If before.
"Dill you over sec uny puiKtr In
the department that you did not
wunt" queried Rllss.
"Yes but there were so many and
uK)ii such various subject thai I
cannot remember them.'
Ho added mat u "s "
it was the duty of the om-
resjouding clerk to havo
discovered and called attention to the
..I Mitt f It t
iuia.tilinwed that tltu order lelf
miiiln bo error apparent but the wlt
ii..s wild French had iiindo the cm r
and that Jill endorsement had proba
I bly been written.
Rllss Inquired why the
Snti In Fo nude had been expedited
under tho Walsh contract.
Wltiu'xs' recollection was tho service
had been expedited under McDonald
and cut down when the latter failed
wild restored under Walsh. As show-
ing bis reason for making tho order
witness read from papers tho
recommendations of prominent per-
sons looking to tho Increase of the ser
Rliss "You suspended the service
in May 1881 didn't you?"
"1 was not in the department at
"Did yon not suspend the service in
"My impression l. 1 declared Walsh
to bo a falling contractor but didn't
suspend the service. 1 frequently had
eoimu!rttlonis with Walsh Muuotlnuw
at General Sheridan's house Walsh's
lounging place but nuvor by np-
iHuutmcut. Sheridan wan usu
ally there." Witness frequently went
ami made liimseu at nomc
although Sheridan was alisent. Never
inui any money transaction witu
Walsh who was always expressing his
willingness to loan money but had
asked Walsh to loan hint some stock.
Witness said that a letter produced by
Rllss (the ChitUiiitoogu letter) was in
Ingersoll objected to the reception or
the hill becauso of Its Irrelvaney.
The court decided to admit the paper
as It tended to show the business
relations between JRrady and Walsh
Tho letter was then reau. u was
it request for soiuu loan ofktoek and
has been often published.
Witness snld Walsh did not lchd
him the stock. Ho explained tho
term "ginger" used In the letter. It
did not menu money but Justwhut ho
asked fer Chattanooga stoou. v it-ne-s
was told to buy It because It was
going up but it did not. So Walsh
bought the stock but when witness
wished to borrow he said that ho had
sold 11. The newspapers referred t
were the ItepublhutH. Ho mod
tho plural form because ho expected
to make it as good as two newspapers
He was at that time negotiating fm
the ownership of the ttlial. Ho
came Into the tVlth later on. The
other liuslne.-.s referred to wns thu
Canadian himhur buslines or Wuugh
Brown JL- Company. Mr. Rllss
wanted to know howWnlsli mid wit-
ness were to bo beuelltUsl by tlio pro-
nosed loan. Ho said he expected to
run up the price of the Chattanooga
stock which would have gotten a
handsome profit and had a
cart load himself. Witness
swore no nioucv had been dopodted
to his credit at Hatch & Footc's by
Walsh. One or Prleo'n draft's was
produced and wltncsss was asked if he
had sent or delivered that draft to
Walsh. . .
lugorsoll objected and oharueien.eu
It as an attempt to get In by shlc-wavs
swluit they could not get in by the
" .The court said it wns only a ques-
tion iw l Whether I trended to sustain
Ingersoll maintained It was not a
material point He saitl .(he paper
didn't bear Walsh's endorsement to
Hhvwlhutit had passed through his
bniiilsiindWial It was proposed to (III
up that gap with a lltlfe piece of per-
jury although tlio same paper win
The court saullt regarded the qllcft-
Hon as entirely dlU'crcnt from lluil
disposed of lit tho morning. It was
now a question of whether It was in-
tended to sustain or contradict Walsh
Ingersoll argued the point with
great earnest no. mid was followed by
bv Merrick for prosecution.
lie asserted it was not necessary lor in-
termediate holders to endorse u postal
draft. If Rrady had dope tliat ho
would have shown hlinsell iniiuireiy
more stupid than lie had shown him-
self to be upon cross-examination.
Tho two men Walsh and llrndy
stood diametrically opposltiiimcit oth-
er In their statements and this tended
to throw some light np" 'he situa-
tion. .Several oilier counsel partici-
pated in tlie argument but tlie decis-
ion was reserved until to-morrow.
Seeictarv Folgcr's destination is
Fortress Monroe where he will re-
main several days for rest mid recuper-
ation. When the secretary left Jim
was really a very sick man. snllcilng
pot only from his old maiailal dis-
order hut from a serious stomach
trouble as well.
Tlie prc-idciit will remain here to
entertain 'x-l'rcsltltiut Diaz mid party
and will probably Join Secretary
Folgor at Fortiess Monroe (he litttor
par) of tlie week from which point
tlioy will no doubt proceed to Mor-
The Honorable C. New wasllleoniy
oilleial In the lioiiMiry department
who was thoroughly Informed as to
Mil. I.l'l'ltll-VIH IlllllIS.
The secretary or the ttcusury lias
called for a detailed slatcnient of the
condition orthctrcasurywlththc view
to acting tijsin vailous propositions
which have been submitted to him in
rcgaidtothe future fliiainlal opera-
tions oi the government.
The ."ccrcturv of state has transferred
to the secretary "I" the trcKuiirv the
Japanese indemnity fund and the
whole mutter will now be settled with-
ArriTal of Gonoral Dlas and Party
Tho Bumraor Rowing Meeting.
Tho Coming MunlclpallElocUon Croat-'
i'nR Considerable IntoroKt and
Chicago March 1M). General Ratv
rerlo Dlar reached tlio city 'fronl St.
I.oUIh this morning. Tho reception
rtunuutleowiw headed by rresiuont
Hobhs of tho board of trade which
went out to meet hlih and Was carried
beyond point arranged for the meet- .
lug of tho two trains and returned to
city two houranftcr tho lltor arrived.
Mayor Harrison at the head ot th .
general committee met the Mexican
party and it was taken tu carriages to
the Valtner House where tho mayor
delivered an address. General Phut re
plying tu Spanish. Tito uny Mas spent
In viewing the pitbllo buildings and
to-night General Din witnessed u re-
view r the First Rttgade National
To-night ho rovlQWed tho First brigade-
or tho Illinois' iNntluuul (ItturdH
ebiiHliiUug of' infantry mtlllery nnd
dismounted vivvhy. ThlH wns tollow-
d by n public reception largely at-
tended by tho loading eltly.eus nnd a
banquet at. the Palmer House. To-
morrow ho will visit tho South Park
and stock yards. '
The programme for tho summer
racing meeting of tho Chicago Driving
Park Association commences June
iwtli to 'ioth Inclusive nnd Julys and
I The Illinois Derby will bo run
July!? and tlio Northwestern stakes
mid champion stakes ou July 4. Races
occur each day and nine on July I.
The Republican city convention
meets Thursday to nonilnate candi-
dates for mayor and other municipal
unicorn. A week ago n meeting or clll-
7.en without refereneo to political
faith waw called ami a conimlileo ap
pointed to nomiuaio a mn independ-
ent ticket. After I.. .. Loiter and
Judge Fceley on tho circuit bench
both Democrats hud declined Rich-
ard J. Crono Itcpublloau wim nom-
inated for mayor but tho committee
has failed to tioniinuto tho remainder
of tlio ticket. A mass meeting
held Saturday night to en-
dorse Cinno was woll attended and
rctuutlons adopted inimical to me
present city government. Tho Twelfth
ward tho strongest Republican ward
In the city declared for the straight
piuty ticket nnd displayed Opposition
to Crane. Tho Republican papers are
urging Craho upon tlie convention
but tho opposition to htm In tho party
Is seeking to havo H U. Washburn or
ex-Mayor Heath placed at thu head
of the regular Republican ticket. Tlio
Independent managers intimate that
Crane will run whether endorsed by
the narty or not. The DoiiioomlM are
in i . . ii
I .. ..( ii... Il.l.lll .11. Ill It
awaiting mo action m mo jiumiuuvi.i.
convention before placing n ticket In
tho tleld but no oifo has been unmet -for
tho head of the Democratic ticket?
Tho Town Promised a New Evonlnc
Coniicaiiii March '-M.-Tlie Jmtrutil
Is out with ; pro-pittiHthi'tiitciilrtK1
its with mi evening daily paper with
all the latest dispatches olid coiiiincr-
Vlul now. I laving placed llw.uiirmU
among the foremoxt wcckllf t "it
..tali li will I H wl ' lri? 0
make this compare with the ViHng
.iniii.r. i kitimiv ii lomirelt want.
Mho editor s-ays hi'Mhd a critnre of
ImpulH' lint flint il energies mm
Ml power hu? Ijccu lliojouguiy icmvi
PreiK-ott- since lie hH been In bi place.
outside of Harrison.
Arraifimnent of Qoorco W. Conlcliue
tho Murdoror-Iiinh Rollof.
New Vork March ?.7Gco. W.
Conkllng wlio Hhot and killed Wilbur
11. Havcisllf-klnst nlgiitwasnrralgncd
to-day in the coroner's ouee. Ho l
gentlemanly in appearance bore him-
self outwardly with culni-
pens ami composure. Tho
coroner decided to begin
iuvctigattolt to-day. Conkllng's coun
sel cants to snooting was entirely
lustlllablc: that Om jirlmmerdld It In
......... ..f Itu ..lur.it. In fiiuliiilV.
oHng ft remove her Ironi vi-
cious surroundings nnd I pal
It would bo sustained by tho moral
K-ntliiii'iituf tim comiitunlly.
Couiifcl nialntalncil that Ifllftver-
Htluk hndonlv Msed bis fisbi In tho as-
sault ou Conkllng tho wcaium
would mil have been brought into
play. M'lio prisoner was remanded to
the custody of tho police. Mrs.
Cbler the prlnouer'n sister became
m hvMerlval 1or tho shooting that
she huil to bo removed to the hospital
where she lies In nil uxhnustj'd condi-
tion. In tho afternoon thoeoroiie.r empan-
elled n Jury who .viewed tho liody at
Paris Flats and heard the stoU'incut
oftheoilleorto whoni Conkllng sur-
rendered mid the tiiticst then nd-
Jonrnctl. ... .
Rev. I.awreneo Walsh (rcifHiirer f
tho Irish National Land League Jo-
duv 1'iibled fa.iKW ror icilel'or vlutluis
of famine in Ireland Walsh cabled
I'aruell that his pri-cnco tit tlie Phllii-
didphlii Lmid J.ciikuc coiivcntlon the
'Mlh or April was imronillvely do-
Scott the well-knoivn manufacturer
of printing prce hits told hl patent
etc. to It. Iloe it Company lor 100-
ihhi. He will i'oihp leMliu Jpiw
alrcadr coiilmctrd for before retiring.
Th lioard of aldermen adopted
resolution sett lug iiiuirl tl; governors
loom in tho city hall Air the wji Km
of tlie icnmlns tf John Howard
Piivnc. A conililittcc wiih alrto up-
po(uU'tif co-operate wltii nHmllar
comnilttco from the press club It re-
ceiving ami escorting tho remains to
the city hull.
Ark March 31
la I.-I.14I111' the IcVces
morning falling at the rate of fourteen
inches Tu twenty-four Jmuin. Tim
overflow i puling tl "ireuKi u
btfiilM with grntt force. M'heboitonm
will bo cicitrsl of water within tho
next ton days thv UikkI ralilly gi-
Ing place fo tho ordliiiin- overydny
afUdrs incident to the wtwn.
Albanv. N. V.Mftrclr.Tlio au:
mopaVxtsinblll vohiihjIIIiik tho tele-
graph and tolcphoiio tsimpanlcs Of
Now Vork will 'lW'y 'I'jW
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'ft.T'"T(V. 1 . Fcara are entertained lor ui wiieu w r -lUBfi' rfstriitcd
'malliin f'i.n iJUtk.lt tf"W!'r"VT'9'Tl
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