The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 9, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 2, 1882 Page: 1 of 8
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THE DALLAS DAILY HEBALD
fpXROl.DATKD WITH THE I
JALLAd DAILY COMJIKRCUL
DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 2 1SS2.-Y0L. XXX. NO. 9.
I mas ms cEN ti
f E WILL I0T WAIT
Till the season Is past and then endeavor to force our roods
by redactions especially when we know we have too many
landsomo Embroidered Costumes
Paris Braided Costumes
Choice Combination Costumes.
We bought too heavily in these lines. Will tell you how
it happened: A arge importing house offered to close all
they had at much below value but we had to take the lot
ffe did so and now we are bound to sell them and in order
to do so before the season closes we have marked them at
Ridiculously Low Prices
at $12.50 worth
at $15.00 worth
at $16.50 worth
at $20.00 worth
at $22.50 worth
at S2S.00. worth
Costumes at $30 that we have
au ivuiiu Mu. .ny 01 trie above named styles in black and
all the new and staple colors. They are not old goods. They
Are Our Latest Purchases.
What we say above is also applicable to
PLUSHES ! PLUSHES !
Fancy and Plain Colors.
e have too many of them. They were bought cheap
and we are selling them cheaper.
line you will wonder at the vast assortment in qualities and
colors as well as at the wonderfully low prices. They Must
IE bOI.D !
IT IAT COICEEI !
POSITIVE AND UNRESERVED OLOSING-OUT SALE OP
Gents' Boys and
HATS AND EUMISHIM GOODS
At Ausoi.l'te Cost and Below Cos t the entire stock of I.
Reinhardt's sold under execution
10 tne undersigned amounting
Slaughtered Without lercy !
TO SATISFY CLAIMS..
This is a rare opportunity for people from abroad and those
f this city to secure bargains in
The stock is the most desirable in the city of Dallas and Mr.
Kcinhardt and the old force of salesmen are ready to serve
fte many patrons of that popular house. This is one of the
'are opportunities for bargains sometimes not offered in a life-
time and is no sham or sensational advertisement. Remf.m-
ER TltK Ol.l) STAND
704 ELM STREET.
L BE. HORMTHAL.
25 50 to $25 00
7 50 to $30 00
sold quantities of at Uo but
If you look through the
of Sheriffs levy this day
to nearly $40000 to dc
Canadian Astronomer Predicts that
The Most Disastrous Storm of
the Century Mill Occur
The Venerable ArchbKhon of Tauter.
bury Very Near the Shilling
Shore Irish Affairs.
Congressman I'pdesrrafr of Ohio Juth
eretl U His Fathers-House
Flairs at llalf.Mast.
Uoar. Admiral Wymaii or the Tutted
Stales N.avy Striken with
Floods I11 liotli
French Editor Actually Wounded In
Frank Frayne Is Almost Crazed With
Other Foreign and Domestic Sews.
Washington News Notes.
NINPKIIMAN'S YA KN.
Washington Dec. 1. Tlio Jeannclte
board of inquiry reconvened to-day and
began the examination of seaman Kinder-
man. He 'bought the Jeannatto was well
fitled out at San Francisco lor Arctic cruis-
ink' lie did not thiuk it would bavo been
possible to releaso hor from tbe ice and
thought DeLong acted wisely in bis man-
agement ol the vessel
A HTAKTLINO PREDICTION.
The president has the following commu-
nication from l'rofessor 1'. K. Wiggins 1.1.
1).. astronomer of the Canadian limine de-
partment under date of Ottawa. November
'-'": On the 2X1 ot September I announced
through the Canadian press that a great
storm would occur in March next; that
it would be felt in the Gulf of Mexico on
the niu'lit of the Oth and being retlected by
the Itocky Mountains would cross this
meridian trom the west at noon on Sunday
March 11 183. No vessel whatever her
dimensions will be safe out of harbor
and none of small tonnage can survive
the tidal wave and fury of this temp st. As
it will blow from southeast the plauctary
force will be sufficient to submerge the
lands on the American coast especially
those bordering on the gulf of Mexico und
washed by the Gulf Stream while the air
currents tor several hundred miles aloug
the cast side of the Itocky Mountain range
owing to the great atmospheric
pressure in these regions will
spread universal destruction. The New
Kugland states will also stiller severely
from wind and lloo.ls. No point outside of
harbor in the area of the Atlantic es-
pecially north of the equator will bo a
place of satefy fur this will be pre-emi-ni
ntly the greatest storm that has visited
this country since the days of your illustri-
ous lirst president. In view of this event
therefore I take the great liberty of repre-
senting to your excellency the advisabil-
ity of ordering all I'nited Slates ships into
safe harbor not later than the 6th ol March
until this storm be parsed.
The speaker lodav sunt tlio following
telegram to D. W. Updegrsll': "l'ho death
of lion. John T. I'pdcgral! causes the
greatest sorrow. Flags have been placed at
half mast over the hall of tba house. Com-
plete all necessary arrangements for the
funeral. The congressional funeral escort
will attend Monday." The speaker also
telegraphed members requesting them to
attend the funeral of itepresentative Updo-
Brittle of Ohio which is to take place Mou-
day next. The congressional escort con-
sists ol: McKlnley 1'ownseml Converse
McClure and Athcrton of Ohio; Caldwell
of Kentucky and Payne and Miller of
Hear Admiral Wyman I'nited States
navy was stricken with paralysis this
morning and is in a critical condition.
The convention of the labor unions met
here and completed permanent organiza-
tions Alex. M. Kennedy president; J. II.
O'ltrien secretary. A committee or seven
will be appointed to renresent the working-
men ot thu 1'nited Stittrs before the proper
Coinage executed nt the mints for Novem-
ber is valued si $5000828.
All of the cabinet were at the meeting to-
day except Howe who is unwell lioiuino
business and executive reports occupied
Hannibal 1). Norton principal clerk ol
the finance division of the post-olllne de-
partment was removed to-day for aliened
complicity in tne star-route cases.
TIIK l.KUT STATFMKNT
shows a reduction during November of $5.
Ml 1 12; cash in treasury $27.8117.173: cer
tificates outstanding gold $.'15408610; sil-
ver $T;iiUVfli!0; certificates of deposits out
standing la.msi; retuniling cerlillcutes
$113050; legal tenders $340118101(1; frac-
tional currency $70221111; cash balance
uvailable t 16 8x74.0.
The postmaster of LaSalle Indiana in-
forms the postmaster-general the reason he
refused privileges of the mall to the I.a
Salle County Democrat was because it con-
tained obscene matter. The postmaster
has been directed to receive the paper.leav-
ing to the district attorney the question ol
lis ollem-ivo character.
NSW U0I.U ( KlrriKli'ATFS ItlADV.
Kiiihtv tlinu.anil of the Waslilmrtrm se
ries ot gold certificates of the denomination
of $21) are ready for distribution by Treas-
...... j-ocn . "
uii-i vi iiiiiiuii.
Miscellaneous Foreign News
Paiur Dec. 1 A duel with swords was
fought tliis morning by Ardmeut Lake tbe
ambassador to Bpuln and Laurent tlio edi-
tor of the newspaper i'uris. The latter was
slightly wounded Laurent had accused
Ardmcnt of wearing the decoration ol the
Let ion ot Honor when in Snain. although
be bad never received that order and of
subsequently when bis conduct bail at-
tracted attention begging 1'residcnt Grevy
to confer it on hint.
ovsnn.ows im ai'sthia.
Viknna Dec. 1. The river Thiers and its
affluents havo overllowcd their bank". The
Monniarso district is inundated. Several
bridges havo been damaged and railway
embankments are broken down. The
dykes on the Thiers are In great danger.
Paiiib. Dec 1. The Heine has rien CIO
metres over Its normal level. The bouses
of Vnyent Jolncvllle St. Maur Asnlere
and ci.urbcvoraro being deserted through
fear. There are also disastrous Hoods in
the valley of the Hhine and Garronc which
are especially severe The country between
Chalons Suriuauo und Lpernay is Inuu-
Revcral churches In the department of
Seine et Loire have been robbed. Seven I
val tib! paintings were stolen from the
chuicti st loutoroult.
aiDMOMU TO SI Mt'SZlID.
Lonpon Dec. I. WilliMiu lledraond
whom the government inteuds to prosecute
on mmuitt of Iiia recent violent sdmvIi. is
7" n !h continent. Ha is a brother of
i. mu. i.euuiuuu a member ot parliameut.
I'RA.Nl IKH IUNO.
Loxpos. Dec. 1. Tim . ..... ii i. w
lievedthat France is preparing' specific
demand for compensation for the lapse of
cuoirvi m r.gypt.
is AKTicrto mortis.
London Deo. l.l'he death of the arch-
bishop of ( antcrbury is hourly expected.
He is unable to recognize his friends.
I'aris Dw. l.-The report of Kibet re-
porter of the budget commute lias been
distributed in the chambers. It predicts a
deUeit of 78twww francs.
A ONK-SIPFII AtKAlK.
Loxnos Dec. 1. The Kcyptisn govern-
ment has applied to Knglamt forotlicers
tor the Kgypitan army. Negotiations are
proceeding. Hobart l'asha who has ar-
rived at Cairo was informed that Kngland
declines to recognize or sanction his ap-
pointment as commander-in-chief of the
1-gyptiaiiarmy. It is believes that a ltrit-
ifch general will he sent to Kgypt to take the
force levied by ltaker Pasha. s be is not
holding a commission in the Knglisb army
and is not competent to assume command
over Dritisb ollicers.
Loanon Deo. J. In the home of com-
nious this aftoruoon the Marquis of Hart-
mgton sivretarv of state for India said if
the consideration of rules of procedure
was finished tn-night parliament woulit be
prorogued to-morrow. Trevellvn.chief sec-
retary for Ireland Informed Sexton that no
olllolal snorter bad reported Healey's
sM'ech at tarlow but the gevcrnment had
stilticient evidence to sustain his Healey's)
prosecution. Johnson attorney-geiierul
lor Ireland informed Parnell he was con-
sidering which of the two statutes to prose-
cute Healey under. Trevellyn stated that
an apent and to policemen were tired at
nisi evenliiE in the castle garden and one
of the policemen severely wounded.
Commercial and riimuclal.
A I If KIW.
New loitK Dec. 1. The business failures
during the last seven days aro 118 as re
ported to R. a. Dun & Co.s mercantile
agency-Kid in the country and 12 in New
York city distributed as follows : Kustora
states 14; western states 42 southern
Btates29; middle states 22 Paclllc coast and
territories 10; Canada I I; and New York
city 12. Very many of the lailures through
out the couutry are traceable to stock and
oil speculation and Die unsettled condition
of the iron trade.
BTOCKS AND MONDS.
Nsw Yosr Dec. 1. Money 5; prime
mercantile paper 0 to 8 ; bar silver l.UH ;
exchange steady 80 for long ; Pi lor sight ;
governments steady; states dull; rail-
Tuo slock market opened irregular but
Willi prices in the main below Wednesday's
closing quotations. During the early trade
uiunei was generally weak an
shortly belore 11 o'clock recorded a decline
of U percent. in which St. Paul Missouri
Pacitic Western Union Omaha and Union
t'aci no were the most conspicuous. At U
o'clock there was a rally of i to per cent.
Stocks alter 11 o clock this morning were
moderate!" active and piiceB sold up i to
U percent. Cincinnati Cleveland Colum-
bus A Indianapolis Oregon & Transconti-
nental. St. Paul Minnesota it Manitoba
were the most conspicuous. At noon the
general re.-rket receded 1 to 1 percent. led
by New Jersey Central.
ST. LOt'lS LIVE STOCK.
St. Louis Dee. 1. Noon Iteport. Cat-
tle dull; hardly enough dono yet to make
a market; only local demand. Sheep slow
and unchanged; Texans $2.50 to 4.00.
St. Louis Dec. 1. Closlng Cattle re-
ceipts 1700; shipments 7.00U; market slow
and weak only butchers' and retail de-
mand. Common to fair Texans $2.75 to
3.2.'.; good to choieo $'1.60 to ti 2A; shipping
natives range $4 50 to 4.75. Sheep re-
oeipts. 1.7(s); aliipments 1700; market
steady; Texans $2.50 to 4.00; native mut-
tons $13 to 3.25.
ST LOCIR OHAIN AND I'ROI.I.CK.
St. Locih Dec. 1. Noon Iteport. Flour
dull and unchanged. Wheat slow ; No. 2
red !)) cash. Corn lower ; 5H to 5.S) cash.
Pork better; $17.25. Dry salt meats firm;
packed lots long clear 0; clear ribs !l ;
short clear !)). Uucon slow; shoulders
11 to llj; long clear II ; short ribs II to
114 ; short clear 111. Lard llruier; lo.uo
Sr. Louts Di'C 1. fMosint; I!poit.
Flour dull and unchanged. Corn meal
lower $2..V to 2 00. Wlieat ntiiet: No. 2
rcd.WJ lo 05. cali; IH to Ot;. December: i
04 i year; !M3 to 05 January. Com lower
especially spoi ;w lo iMj cash; KI to KiJ
December and year; lnj January. Pork
better; $17.50cashand.laiiiiary. Hulk meals
slow but better: smnll packed lots shoul-
ders J; long clear OtolU; short clear !1 to
Oi; caMots loose cannot be bought at less
than these prices llaeon liriner; long dear
II; short ribs 11 lo 11J; short clear. Ill
Lard higher 10 52J to 10.021
KANSAS CITY OIIAIN AM. MVI SMCK
jxassas utt Jec. i.-.nnii lieport.
niue nrnier witn goon butchers and ship.
ping demand. Sheep unchanged.
Kansas Cjtt Dec. 1. (.'losing lietinrt.l
vwieat No. . spot 0; No. 3 spot 7Ji-
ii onoii tivnr n; long eiear nq.
Kansas City Dec. I. Wheat weak; No.
ron yj cash lorn weak; 4.11 to
Hi cash l ull e renont.. :ui ii.i-
market weak and slow but not qtiotuhly
lower; only a local trade. Sheep receipts
1300 head; market steady at f3 no lo 3 50
I IIICAUO i.iimn ami riiom I s.
v..i.n..w i.-n losinir nnpori.i
r lour dull and uncliat.L'td. U'hcit. unwi.
tied but generally lower; regular !02lo III !
December: IM1 to !0. Jstiuarv: H.-1. Kehrn.
ary; 1 oil May; No. 2 red wilder Oil: No. 2
Chicago spring iXij toot cash and Decern
her: No. 3 Chicago spring 70). Corn active
but weak and lower especially for rash.
Pork unsettled but generally higher ami
active; $17.25 to 17.30 cash; $17.40 to 17.421
January; $17.00 to 17.621 February. Lard
unsettled but generally higher; 10.70 to
10.75 cash; ln.Vj to KMIO December-
10 671 to 10 M January. Hulk meats ac-
tive.llrm and higher; shoulders C lio; short
ribs 0 30; short clear OCu. Whiskey
steady.and unchanged at $117.
CIIICAUO I.IVK8TOI K.
ClitcAup Deo 1. Closing Iteport. Cat-
tle receipts 4000 bead; shipments n--ne;
market more active ami firmer; good to
choice shipping $5.20 toS.Oti; common to
lair $4.00 to 6.00; Texans llrmer; cows
$3.00 to 3.-40; steers. $3.ii0 to 4.25. Sheep
receipts 1700 head; shipments none;
market slow and weak; medium logon)
$3.50 to 3.1X1; choice to extra $4.25 to 4.7.-..
NSW ORLKANS IIRAIN AN I. I'ROPI'ca
KtW ORl.tARS. Dec. 1. lt:losinir it urinrl I
Flour quiet but lirni; In-th grades $l.ti
iu o.a.j. t orn sieauy in luir demaiiil;
whllo 75. Oats demand lair and prices
higher. 4S to 40 Corn meal quiet and
weak $2 M Hav in f.ilr demand:
$10 to 17; prime $IH to 10; r'liilco. 420.
Pork strong. $!H.25. I.srd ssler: r.-tl.i..i
tierce llj to Hi; keg 12j. Market bare of
dry salt meat bacon and hams. Wlnskv
steady and nnchanaed. Colleo quH and
steady; ltio cargoes common lo prime uj
to lnl. Sugar otiiet and wsak: en.nr.vn .
good common 4. ti CJ; fnir to tu)j lt'.tl
to . 51; prime to choice 6 to 6); yellow clarl
i l M kI" "; c6?11 o!U flaritisd
i to 8i; granulated -4.'
quiet but rtrm; wntriAigifV i- oSSI
mon.3t) to S3; fair; to prii. bofiS
to 52. lira M-arce and offering at 90. Mgt
Par. Sterling 4.7U. on5
asw vokk ubaih and rRonrca. '
Niw okk Dec. l.-Closiug Ueport.l-
rlour steadv n.l .. .J:. "ii-L:1..-
cash lota Hrm; options opened 1 to i lower
.nerwards recAnared and advam. JJ
c osing steady; steamer-No. 3 red.W toiliV
3.rw:-:enmerA 2 red i.t t
. o. . reu i.us to T.OS. r-v Tio-i
lower and unsettled; ateaiusr " AS? f0
2 higter; ontions oien.t 1 L V'.-.l
sequeiitiy rec-overed and auvaWtt I'tol
closmc weak: No :i iia imn. ... I .
i;"r3 "Vll ami lowW Kioeargors
!! 10 !. "Kar dtill and unsettled at 7 to
.. um Bll uncnangeu. Kc
quiet and steady Pork firm; new mess
!!.. Cut llienla iln .! .. !... i
clear middles 10 I.srd low; 11J to 11 J. B
Nsw ork Dec. 1. Closing lieport 1-
j ... unlives at j.i to x . Kxporters
used car-loads at $M0 to 5.90 sheep
!7?'Vlt";-wV "ttrkt lu" Bml wtk
?. it..j o.V) lor common to prime sheep;
l iii to o.6 lor lumbs. Clearances not
Nkw ork Dec. l.--Veeklv cotton stale-
incut: Net reeeipts nt all I'nited Suites
pons during the week 354000 ; same week
last year 216.00O. Not n-cnioi. t .n iri....i
Statesporlstodate2 422.000; last year 2 "17 -000;
exports from all United Stales ports lo'r
weeK i.w.tui: last year 7SW0tsj. Total ex-
ports from all I tilted States ports to date
..U.liO; last yer I 010000. Slock at all
I lilted Mates ports 7.S.00l; las. yea' 07;t.
000. Stock at all interior towns lt.iootl-
last year lM Ooo. Stock at Liverpool &t)Jl
1 ; T? 5"'r v?-m- "H'k ot America
IKJOOo ' U 3ii 00"; iM 1'"ur'
l.IVSUI'OOI. COTTON 8TATSMSNT.
Livsitiooi Dec. l.-Collon statement:
Sales fir week (12000; American -ll.Otw.
opeciiiaiora ions l.istl; exporters U.tlK).
rorwanieu irom slilps' side direct to spin-
juts Actual export 11000. Total
reee pts itii.otio; American 01000 Total
oioc amuw; American 2.i2000.
I'anvili.r a. Dec 1. There were sold
m ints market last month 44;i5000 pounds
of leaf tobacco against 2031000 pounds the
numi- inou mai it.uacco year; average last
month $11.02 per 100 pounds; November
last year $10.I; Internal revenue from to-
u"u"; "" iwo inoiitns. $iiauuu- same
uioiiuisiasi year ia:itKW.
MINOR I1CT INTRHKSTINII NKWS NOTKS.
- . .
j-oeisvii.i E nee. l.-Thero is a report
cm rent here that V. II. McUrayer tbe
anunrsnn county wtusky man will insll-
vine icgai iroceeilngs against various linns
. 1 ""adelphia Chicago. St.
i.iiuiB. i.iuciiiiiaii and other cities which
nave been lor some time past using his
brand "McUrayer" on all sorts ol com-
pounded whiskies and representing them
as genuine Anderson county Kentucky
whisky. These suits if not compromised
will Involve a number of very extensive
firms ami bring lorth revalat ions of a start-
ling character to compounders and con.
sinners oi willSKy.
i iNi'tNNATi Derr. l.-Two stock-yard
companies located near together in the
western part of tbe cilv and doing a large
competitive business bavo merged. The
new yaru Known as the "Cincinnati" Is to
go into the old t-omiinnv. Tim "fnii..1
IJailrosd Stock-yards'' will bo the name of
in-- new organization
New Yoiik Dec. l.-The will of Thnr
iow Hceu was uifii to-day. The estate
is ruined ai irom )!.(. I to $7000(10. Af-
ter making a number of minor legacies
the remainder of tho property is distributed
among his three daughters and six grand-
children. n a mandate of the supreme court of
in " wgiieu oy i.niei Justice
V M1 n "m'ri signed by Judgo Drown of
urn i mien htatt s circuit court bus been
entered adjudging the linns of Reynolds
v x.u. ji. n. v ji Miigiu and A. w.
Sprngtie to recover from W. it. Vanderhilt
and others against the steamship Nonh
Star $2Sji!i for damage resulting from col
lision between the North Star and lilla
I'r.ruhssion is TIIK IKON AND HTEKI. TIIAI.B.
Ciiicauo. Dec. 1. Tho north side rolling
nulls have shut down for tho want of work
throwing out of employment 18.10 to 20u0
men. The south side mills nrmtinna m it.
ning with no prospect of stopping. Presi-
dent Potter soys rails can bo msdu Ihoro $5
per ton cheaper than at thu north able
nuns Di-cause ol the labor saving nine bin
ery and nciiominodutions at the former
I'resident O. W. Poller of tho North
side rolling mills says: Tho mills shut
iow n not through trouble with the men
lint iiiclc of work. The south side mills
I run more economically on account ol im
proved machinery and will continue. The
iior.o sum nuns maKe rails at arost of a 17
J m fin per ton; Ihc.soiilli shin mills utilL
m M l. l lie stoppage of Iho north side
mills removes loiD to ll.Ooo tons of rails
from the msrket monthly.
I I be Jollet sleel mills have given notice
mm. nicy win siiui uown on .annnry 1st.
Jomkt Ii.i.s.. D.o. l.-Thmo of Iha iln
pitrtmeiils of the Juliet Steel comi.anv shut
down to-dny. The ureal blast furnaces are
still going. About "no meu are thrown out
of employment. Notices were posted np
iiiininii mo nuns inai i ne iiepartmenta re-
wimi in woinu nociojeu mi me 1st of Jan-
nary io uouoi me nuns will resumo
Work then. i.mvili.l uii('...i.- .i;..i.
nient of the scale of wages can be made
with the men.
HON. II. 0 ML Ri ll T.
New 'toiiK Deo. 1-Hcnry C. Murpby
died this morning at his residence In llrook-
lyn. He had been seriously III but recov
ery was expected lie was wall known in
this oily especially In political and II nan-
clal circles and was at the time of his death
president of tba Hast river bridge trustees
was elected mayor of Hrooklyn In Inim by
the democrats and hod served as corpora-
tion counsel was appointed by President
lliiehanan minister to The Hague In 1511
and wrote the history of the Netherlands
was rounsal for large corporations ru.d was
closely connected allh the llrooklvrt rail-
roads and leaves a quarter of a million dol-
lars Frank Frayne
IK A riTiAiu.i rnAMs or hind
Cincinnati Deo. 1. Frank J. Freyne
who yesterday shot and killed Miss Annie
Vnnbuheln sn actress In bis company by
Occident at the Coliseum theatre passed a
riitlrs and almost fretmed night lla re-
fused to retire ontli a late hour this morn-
Im? paring tbe tloor and giving exprnulnn
to h'i Incomparable grief. The case was
eu!! d in the police court this morning and
at the reouest of Mr. Frayne's attorney
the hearing was postotied till to-morrow.
Tht attorney .said lis was anxious to have
the rsso illiiHised of lo-morrow as Mr.
I'Vayne was anxious lo accompany the body
can fcr interment.
. ..tw; citremeiy dull; 1
lower on all gra.ies; common to best
Icxsns sold at $ 1.2-. live weight; common
to extra natives. 4 (i- 7. m.
'M Bxr SPECIALS-
SaiutojO''-toia 014 Story
4uannT;the (outptroller on Tax
a ?Ct torsL "ds - Attorney.
Jttiir a WldoWa Cotttii.
"uJ 3 ""fanny rustime as
- . Daiiionstrated.
Tyler: Jlot Much ef a Sham Flirht
After All-A Mew EiiterprNo
Accident ou the International Kail.
road-No Ono Hurt.
Terrell t Notes From a Fluurlshlnir
Other laterestlng News by Sieclals.
San Antonio Dec. l.-ISneclal.J-Can
tuin V. N. Monroe lias been awarded the
contract for grading track-laying bridging
etc. for one hundred miles into Mexico bv
tho Mexican Pacltlo construction company
composed of Colonel lluntingtm Crocker
Peirce and othcts. These gentlemen wil
arrive by special oar Monday and straightou
out business here when Colonel Huntiug-
ton will Inspect tho Southern Pacific as
completed from San Antonio to Ban Fran-
cisco Tho connection of the approaching
tracks will be made about the tilh instant
and Colonel lluntluglou's car will be the
II rsl to pass over the line connecting the
Pacltio with the gulf at Now Orleans. Colo-
nel Huntington has just purchased tbe ltlo
Grande A Pecos railway being built from
Laredo up to Kaglo Pass through the rich
coal fields along the Klo Grande. This is
damaging to Gould's interests as it will
give Colonel Huntington and the Mexican
lines direcUcommuuication with the Mexi-
can National at Laredo and leaves Gould's
roads out. It is now thought that the
International will not be extended into
Mexico. It is understood that Major J
Converse superintendent of the Galveston
llarnsbiirgA San Antonio railway has
tendered his resignation bis labors on Iho
extension to meet the Southern Pacilic hav-
Columbia ltossy a private school teacher
In agood German family highly roipccled
heretofore attempted suicide by drowning
to-day. Slio was seen to jump into the
water by two young men who sprung after
her pulling ber out. She was taken lo tbe
police station where she declared ber In-
tention to suicide having been ruined by
a young man prominently connoted with
tlio largest wholesale grocery house in the
city. She stated he had promised lo marry
her but she found ont better and being
ruined wanted to die The allair causes
the greatest indignation.
The "llearlsol Oak" company were pre-
vented from appcuring this evening on ac-
count of a delayed train tbe engine and
tender of the north-bound International
passenger train having been thrown off tho
track above Taylor Williamson county.
Austin Dec. l.-Spcclal.-The attor-
ney general's roport shows the lol!owing
cases iu the court of appculs the past year :
Felonies 270; misdemeanors 108; scire
facias cases 20; habeas corpus 8; total 478.
Of theso 213 have been alllrmed 140 reverji d
and remanded 42 reversed and dismissed.
Tho death penalty lias been alllrmed
in 0 and life imprisonment In 10 cases In
the supreme court there have been 22 civil
esses in which tho slate is Interested; of
these 8 have been suhmlltsd 3 continued
2 alllrmed . 'I reversed and remanded 2 re-
versed and rendered 1 dismissed
Tax collectors are notified to-day by the
comptroller that it is not necessary for the
sureties on their own bonds tiown teal es-
tate in the county of the collector's resl-
denro. They are simply required to mske
oath that they own unincumbered real es-
tate subject lo execution equal lo the
amount ol collector's bond.
Forlv-two railaay companies have sent
up their reports lor the year ciidinir Sen-.
tember'Ji. IS.S2. v
Tliadeliiiiiueiiclesnf collectors Isst year-
are vo-y light about $2000') coming
A locomotive was ditched this mnrnlnir
on the International .V Ureal Northern rail-
way .detaining the malls about seven hours.
o one nun.
Mrs. Lubbock is in a dying condition to-
Ti:bkku. Dec. I. Special. News and
small change are very scarce but collectors-
of small bills have been very nunierocs
upon our streets all day.
Thsnksirivlmr was senerallv observed'
throughout the city. In ion services were-
held at tho llsptist church. Key. 8. G.
Fischer preaching a very able sermon. In
the evening a Thanksgiving social for the
henelll of the poor was bold at the Presby-
terian church. About $25 and several Bra-
eery and dry goods orders were presented
1 ke irfieb of Dallas was in the citv se inir
l.smhert A Kiclmrdson a dramatic com- -
pany played "Kast Lvnne" to alarreaudl-
ence Isst evening.
Holiday trade baa opened and the price
of turkeys evgs and butter bas gone up.
i enroll lias shipped up to date 822S
The oil mill bciran runnlna on residue
time day and night Monday
Tylxr Dtc. 1. Speclal.J Articles ef
agreement bava been entered Into by two
parlies here to publish a flrst-clai weekly
law Journal at Austin the first issue to a p.
pear January 1st. As there is no first-class
Journal In the si si o It wilt no doubt he a
success -a he editorial chair will be Idled
bv one having experience in that business
who is highly recommended by the courts.
They will purchase their own material and
mi in a tuiid lountiaiion sotnnt ma pub-
ic and profession can feel assured that it
will not full.
Fnd Warde commenced a abort eneamt.
inant here last night blavlng Kichsrd lit.
Dur i.i the hand to-hand riuht in the ul
scene Wanlo and Allen were both cut but
not seriously. Warde was cut on the wrisf
and Allen In the neck.
It is nrobabla that the annrctne oourt will
adjourn December 16th.
Voatlaned oa Fourth l'age.
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