The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 87, Ed. 1 Friday, March 2, 1883 Page: 1 of 8
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DAI.LAi UaILV COMMESMAU I
Our sales in thla department during the past two seasons have o far exceeded our expects-
. liont that we have prepared Una season for a proportionate Increase and cau tow announce ihat
our Sl'KINli SlOCk li nearly complete. We are daily .receiving
The Designs of Our New Arrivals In Carpets are of the
Newest and Most
And figure! quoted below will show
All-Wool Two l'ly
Kxtra Super Carpeta
Three riy Carpets "
Tapantry Itruaaela Carpel
Itoily Itruaaela Carpeta
Axuilnstera Velvet and Hoquettea!
BOBDERS. HALL AM) STAllt
Many Novelties in Curtains
Have already arrived such as Madras in Lace
a jaw ixsr -tNTOTTUVTOIIA-IVtlQ ETO.
p J2u?T5BiY ??
Brocages Hllk Velveta. Hilk PhiRhfxi. l)otih A.roiiui
Uimps Loops aud Buttons to match above Good
i''IJwT'l1008 na' PceB Lower than ever before Full line of Plain Fnncv
and Striped.C0c6 AND Nal'IEK MAT11NU8. A eomplcte and new line of Poles and cWniceV
An elegant assortment of Opaque and Holland tihades III 1 Terra Cotta SpanUli Olive aid o her
newcolors In Da-lo Styles Gilt Bands Kmbroibcred and Plain raomur
tocoa Mat riani and with Kcrapcra: Bubber and Sheepskin Mats Volvct Tapestry and
Smyrna Bugs aud Maia in New Colors and all Sites. " "nu
Bpecial attention is cat ed to our stock ef LINOLSUM AND LIONUM. The new Patterns are
exquisite and some of the old patterns which we are closing out at 1 per yard 1U be found
GREAT BARGAINS !
714 ELM STREET.
LADIES SAVE IOIEY
BY BUYING FIRST
. We are now receiving Bargains in New Spring Goods
in Every Department and we will offer the same at prices
i. .lit j.r . .11 a .
umt win aciy an competition as soon as we have our entire
Spring Stock in we will resume our regular Weekly Bargain
Days and can promise our patrons that we will really Save
Money for them this season and that we are in fact as
well as in name the
Bargain House of Dallas !
Wo are Now OlVcrlng Bargains
In Embroideries and Inserting"
and tro Showing the l'rct fleet Pal-
tcrna and Choiocst Styles in the
SUITS HOSIERY DOMESTICS BOOTS AND SHOES.
that our prices are. as usual Tory low.
l OOtuSU rt
l UfttotH Tit
l 50 lot J 00
CARPETS IN GREAT VARIETY.
Doslgns and Fancy Colors and a number of
Raw Silks. Satociir Cretonnes
fwr.n nTui.e a ..h i i.... '
. ..uU .
of Straw Mailing
- CLASS GOODS AT
Wo are Now OflcrliiK Hai-galim
Laces Irian Point Spanish Point Do
Murat IianKnndoc Torchon and VM-
encionnos; nil u oil Worth tionklngat
and Trebly Wortli Ititylng.
DALLAS TEXAS KillUVMAIlCU 2. 18S&-V0KXXX." SO
Yery i:i.y Pay In Uolh Both
Rranrues-Amoiig the Hills Pusscel
lu the Senate is that i mend-
ing the Local Optiou
Law House Road Hill House uudaj
Law lilll vtilh an Auieud-
The Honrs when Goods May be Sold
ami Another Offered by Mr.
Newspapers from the OjieratioH There.
or and a Rill Regulating Tel-
House: Mr. llrowa Menus ltuslnea-
Somo Sly Stinging Siircnsm-
Tho Appropriations Rill Considered lit
Committee -Frontier t'rotertiou
Raises a Ripple whlth Liberal Appro
Special Telegrams from all Seeiious of
Detailing Whatever ls of Interest.
AUBTiit March 1 .Special . I I'etitiotiB
were presonted as follows :
1W Mr. Terrell From citizens of WU-
liumson couutv. askme the rival Inn i
judicial district composed of Williamson
am ai-ti Luiuiiies.
Mr. Fowler from judiciary comniitteeNo.
2 reported unfavorably the bill tOTeuuir
accounts against the state to be lionized
and sworn to before the issuanca of war-
rants. Mr. rfpuller. from the linannnomniltta
reported lavorubly tlio bill to repeal the law
creating a board of capitol cominisaionera.
favorably The bill to authorize the
comptroller to receive taies due oa real ea-
mie lor ino years lavi -IS7U.
Mr. Patton. from the oommittiw On ntllfa
allUirs reported unfavorably the bill requlr-
uiK luuueposii iu naiiKsor trust compa-
ny of cash in the state treasury In exceee
of the bond of the state treasurer.
Mr. Terrell from judiciaryoorumitUe No.
1 reported unfavorably the bill repealing
the law deliuiiiR who are officers In the
state aud prescribing their duties.
r'avorably The bill to regulate assign-
ments for the benefit of creditors.
Mr. Shannon from the committee on In.
ternal improvements reported unfavf-nti'v
me uiu iu repent all laws granting
certilicatcs to railroads.
Unlavoriilily-Tiie bill making U the duty
of railroads to burn grass on the riul: ;-of-
urifavornl)ly-Vlie bill lo create a iurd
for assessment and equalization of railroad
rolling-stock aud other property as a bill
covering the subject has passed the senate
Mr. Uooch from judiciary committee No.
2 reported unfavorably the bill to amend
articles 341 and I7 of the penal code.
Favorably Ho aito make it an offense
for county clerks to fail to keep accounts
with oilier ofllcers.
Unfavorably The bill to prevent careless
bundling of li rearms.
Favorably The bill authorizing incor-
porated cities and towns to receive property
donated lo them for charitable purposes.
Favorubly The bill to encourage stock-
raiting and authorizing the appointment ol
a hula aud stock inspector for Harris
i.i 1.1 mi - i . ...
j.'uvinioiy me urn providing Tor ap
penis from justices' courts.
Ihe committee recommended Ihat the
oiii Biiuiormng S. YV. riuns to sue tho sWle
oe rcierreu to tno committee ou claims.
lly Mr. Davis To autliorizo the councils
of certain cities and towns to appoint a
uuniu in rriiuoi irilaieeH.
llv Mr. Strntton To nnenl Dm art i.r.ml
ing a charter to the city of Oalveston mid
to grant a new onarter.
lly air. Matlock Fixinir nnlnrioa nf lilr
uierasiu state uenurtmeuts at 2.otl.
liy Mr. Glbbr l'rovldiug for taxing
Mr. Buchanan called up the bill author
lzing cities and towns that control their
free school hinds to issue bonds lor the rnn.
nun ui sciioui nouses i asseu.
The bill nrovidins for lav ini? nut. ft rut.
cluss roads pending yesterday was recom-
mitted to a delect committee.
Mr. Davis called up the bill increasine
namtllina f..i tl..Utin.. .r I. 1
I. ...... a I... luunuuii ui luum OUIIOD.
Mr. l'leull'er oll'urcd to amend so as to
permit persons raising grnpes and manu
lactunng wines to sell the same. Adoni.eil.
Tho bill passed.
House bill lixini! time for work in
Mr. Terrell oflnml n muni lit inn tovmrliltnrai
that morning sessions be devoted to consid-
eration of amendments to the constitution
aim unison tue president's table. ICeferred
ai'iuse uiu auienuing tne Kunday law was
taken up and the committee amendment
prohibiting sales only between it a. in. and
i p. m. nuopicii.
iur. uiuos oil.-red to amend by permit
ting tho sale of newspapers at any hour
Adopted mid the bill enrrnnwd.
House bill amendine the pamn Iav nln.
i.ve iu unlink ueer was recommitted.
nouse Din iLxmg punishment for conceal
ment of embezzled property passed
llotiso resolution srriintiiiff Iarva nf nti.
sence to Hon. John K. Kanard was laid on
tne inme. a genera: bill regulating grant-
ing leaves nf absence havlmr named.
.House bill relating to cbamre of venue
was iiiaen up wun auverso roport and the
House bill to reorganize tho 2.11 h ifT.lirint
.1 ... .. i -
the state ol' expense of maintaining lunatics
House Dill Drovldlne for tbn num.nl hi
to the Bsvllllns was taken un.
uy n county wueu inev cannni nn aiimiMuii
M r. Martin oll'ered to amend by providing
for medical treatmotit and payment for
vue Bitiue.oy ine siato. AUopiea.
Mr. Terrell offered to amend by providing
for tue return ol the lunatics to tlm
Irom which they are brought when they
cannot be admitted into asylums. Adopted
aim .no uiu panseii.
House bill providing for a elnrk for i).
secretary of the board of education was
lanen up.wuu adverse report. Laid on the
table subject to call.
Aojourneu tin a p. m.
Mr. Harris from the cnmmlttan nn ln.it.
cinl districts reported favorably to equalize
he duties of district Judges and to reorgan-
ize the state into judicial districts with a
The special order the bill regulate the da-
les of telegraph companies waa laid ha.
tore the senate.
Mr. Kleberg offored to amend by provld-
It g that agents or employes of any com-
patiy violating this act shall be guilty of a'
omdemeaimr. Adopted. '
Sir. Por meted to amend by providing
that cc-uipaniea shall not charge extra for
rvtral?K uU rale '" -" Adopted
Air. larrar moved t. kinend by atnkinit
out Uie section that oiuiMinira shall colU-ct
the coat of Uansmiitiiitr a ilispatch in ad-
vniice and iuakiiit the company collectinir
re?i.ous b: to connecting lines.
ilr. i heal.-y moved to amend the tecticn
provulinp that when a uictsaR-. reiuests a
reply at the cost of the sender this rule as
to collection shall not apply. .0st and
"nt ime"tl ""l adoi.teil.
Mr. tiibba moved to mend by providing
that operators may aeud me-ia-ea at anv
hour ou buudaya without violation ol the
Suuday law. Adored.
A messa was received from the rov.
eruor appointins notaries iu the dillere..t
IZ'i 'H1- J'lKrk- M- W.Uarrrtt
ana t A. Jladra to bo univeraity regents.
M ..'i '?rr!i"Vvod ' lie"J by 1'rovidinjr
that the liabilities of oompanles under this
act shall not be released or ail'ected by anv
agreement or stipulation made by the
se. jer bclore the messaKe is sent. Adopted.
An emergency clause asaldcd and Uie
Mr. t'ooper Introduced a bill to provide
r locating errtain land cerlilicates issuetl
'.OIitcderat a ildivm .! T....
.iii... t .un aut UI l.-VM.
The Joint resoliuU.ii to amend the oonstl
tlltiou regulatinc taxali.m l'..r i-- .i...i.
over which so much debate orcurred some
days ago was laid before thnuiu
on. aiauooa moved that the section pro-
Viding for dividing the stale into school dis-
tricts lay pu the table subject to call lie
favorod the district system but was not
prepared to vote for the section in its pres-
Mr. Oibbn moved to postpone until to-
morrow morning. 1
Feuding discussion thescnato adjourned
Hazlewood had a motion to reconsider
t he vote spread on the journals by which
the bill providing for u minii. i
fwwd f lh llu'8tiou of ITohibitiou was ro-
ine motion to reconsider the vote by
which the pension bill passed the house
called up by Hill yesterday was tabled.
lb pending business at the hour of ad-
journment was the RI1U.1I In .t fr.....l u..
p'oster of Limestone to the bill punishing
uuuiieration oi tood and
drug. Foster's amendment includeil
WHies whisky and beer and was adopted.
1 arsons moved to reconsider the vote by
which the section approuriaiiinr Hnm i.
carry out tbe provisions of the bill was!
The question being upa the re-adoptbn
of tha i section it was and the bill
passed to engrossment.
Frymiermoved to reoidisidcr the vole by
which ail bills reported favorably were
ordered to be printed and stated that it
would be impossible lo have the rcsolu-
tion carried into effect.
There .ition after considerable dicus-
sion was reconsidered and rejected.
Brown introduced a resolution authoriz-
izing the speaker to appoint live members
from the house to act with a like number
of senators whose iluiv it almti i. .
suit together as to how the best Interests of
uiu oe sunserved by considuring
those bills of greatest importance to the
state and report tbeir conclusions to the
legislature In order to he utile o h..ii-.i
termine how much longer the legislature
shall remain in session.
ilrownsaid: "I want some clear headed
men.not given to imbibing too much linunr
appointed to counsel with the members
iiuin tue wi'atB. f
Heveral members contended that the np
piniii ueui oi a conference committeo
uuo goon; tnai thev would not rep
resent the seutimems of the various mem-
bers of the house.
upton moved thnt the resolution be re.
icrreu 10 me committee on rules.
jirown: -j don't want that done. I can't
run tue legislature against 105 of tho con
jrttrIesl me wllo ever assembled in Au-
npions motion to refer was lost and
lirowu s resolution adopted ayes ; nays
The speaker introduced a joint resMu ion
1'iuTiuiiiK timt no apecial session f the leg'
'" "aii oe oi longer di: mi tlian
thirty days nor shall there ho i..ut.
tion at any special session or during the first
"".''")' oi any regular session upon
..iiuium uim tunso siiunutled by the
Bv.. uls procianiiiiion convening
such special session or in his messages to
tbe legislature when convened in special or
...r....w ocaaiun. it aiso provides a suhmis-
sion to the vote of the people on the second
j in August ims;i.
I.abalt. by leave introduoed a bill amend-
ing the charier of the ci!v ortialveston.
Several petit ions were presented for aud
Colliuan introduced a bill granting leave
of absence to Judge McFurlund of the 31
judicial district ileferred.
The special order being the general ap-
propriation bill the house went into com-
mittee of the whole Wurzbacliin the chair.
Ihe pending business being the adoption
o the clause making an appropriation for
the department of insurance Upton oltered
au amendment appropriating $.1oij for
the purchase of ten volumes of the South.
cru Historical society papers Adopted
As amended the clause was adontcd.
the clanse appropriating $52uo for the
commissioner of hsh was adopted.
White having under cnnsidenition the
appropriation fjr the adiiitunt-Beii..m'' fin.
partment Taylor moved to 'strike out $75.
.... j.iuiueuun oi tue iroutier and
Inaopf ril ofm '
ricott Onnosed tlm nill0nilmnnt an.1
Jf n1.f d that the appropriation let apart in
the bill Was ahsnltitelv
115 men in the field to protect the interests
pi ihe country and stated that there never
uuu necn any appropriation made Tor the
west but -that the gentleman from lied
River had opposed it.
laylor "1 want the west to prosper but
1 have been lead to believe that by the
building of railroads the west has been de-
veloped up to such an extent that Indians
and desneridoes havaheen driven frnm Out
tirownlng contended that ns the middle
portion ol the state was protected by quar-
antine laws he thongut the west should be
protected by ample appropriations.
Latham said that the moment you with-
draw the troops from the frontier you en-
danger the lile and property of every one
living in the west.
Acker Baid that unlets the troops were
maintained it 17011111 lie impossible to en-
force the laws on the frontier.'
Davis of Camp "I am an advocate ol
economy and I generally vote against ap.
broprialions when 1 consider them unneces-
sary but this ls an appropriation which I
hope the house will adopt void of amend-
ments." Hill Offered a aull!l ntn to Tavlnp'a
amendment which was accepted by ihe lat-
ter appropriating $HOCkju Instead ol $75(WO.
Jones favored the substitute and made
an able argument contending that ascivi.
Ilzation lllerenapd thera mriia a lata ti.....lit
for troops on tbe frontier and that they
should be decreased accordingly.
Cravens favored the committee report
and argued that the troops were not only
axed for the protection of the frontier b it
were often called unou to enforce th law In
Swan thought that 175.000 was not ton
Teat an appropriation and thould ha aim.
uurant spoke In favor of the committee
Lpton conte-i'i-d thst fOO.WO would bs
f ih- . "n m10""t f te maiutensnce
ma. IWP' 10 ln 8'i that lb. country
luTn"(m stock conn
try to an agricultural and tl ;r was nec-es-ary
to have troops to eufo r t law.
thi ...... 1 . u"'rvl-' to ! a cpinloo of
tne gentltmen from tha w.t . .11. 1...
aineiiilment and subslimted in i.. ...li
iOimo. " "
low VOt bi"1? '"hstitnte was
Tne clause without further discussion
waa adopted. It naLa .1. iJ
offlrlJUl 0AXWkr --Uxtant-gineral's
iif.. .u !in'kt"K81" Pwpriatlon of
Vl Jr th? '".'"'y-gcucral'i detart-
went was adopted and the rommittee
roee. rerted progress and askel leave to
it again to-morrow at 10:30 a. m.
Armstead by leave introduced a bill to
repeal an act prescribing the place for sale
of property under execution iu Marion
The spei-lal order being the consideration
pf the various bills reported favorably re-
lating to the sale or lease of the university
and common school i8ml!)i Foer movt
that the senate land bill be adopted as a
basis of actum. Adopted.
rue home went into rommittee of the
!r! r.1'ry"i"i.1' 110 cliair. comid-
Ji.J'f iHHno bl" "ml rel'-'d back the
senate bill as the basis of action.
I h report ol the committee was adopted.
. uK "1'rcJ n amendment to the
V - rlulu nB me price of land as lol.
to $l Mvn1 tt''ri'-"lturul land from $3
j. 1 rJ. """rtu grimuiural land from $2 to
iM' '".r- atered pasture land.lrom
I 1 .. ....
. 1 kj i-nHiv mmi.iiuui
i."..J "ore! unwatored pasture
and from $2 o $1 per acre to be sold on
thirty years' time at 6 per cent interest
ihe amendment lnniu. ..r.i.i... .1...4
actual settlement and proof of settlement
shall be made and that tho settler shall
years UP uomcleJ t he end of two
Soott oonlended that as the senato bill
1Si iV ""'"ITomise the best thing that
could be done would be to accept it aa pre-
sented to the house.
);i!u"lli!BliscUf'ionthe ll0s adjourned
till D:J0 to-morrow.
. The Bunny South Newsniii.er and Prlni-
Ln??!'V?n'0lirowwooi. capital stock
1 n'" a cl'arter to-day.
nf laalL r. . I . uV"i "TU""
appointed a board
11. 11 m i "i oiinu asyium as lollows:
IT. J. J. lOUln. J. (1. Hari. . V T
uiwio iv. r.. urani and w. H1.1..1.
l'hecash 111 rha
to-lay and shows $21411!).
the laundry and stables at the deaf and
dumb asylum were destroyed by fire this
Oalvkston Marclt. l.-fSpccialJ-C. E.
Douglass tbe victim ol tho unfortunate
accident which occurred at the Tremont
opera-house at 12:30 last night died at 3: 10
a. m. and his remains were sent on the
morning train to bis late home.-Orockett
"r "Jterment. Sheriff T. M. ltlakely of
- ...v. vuuiuy.niiu was ine nniortunnte
..n.... 01 ne accident is still iu custody
waiting the action nf tha mm..'. 1;
which has been deferred by the absouce ot
f 'f'ds one of the jnrors who accom-
pained the remains of Mr. Doualass to
Crockett ihe teat mnnv lli 11. f. i.l.
01 ! V1" ono1' completely exonerates
bheritt lllakcly and accords with the state-
ment of the tragedy published in the News
Weather bulletin for the cotton belt fur-
uj "'o aignai service in eonjiinction
...... uo or.oiui railways 01 mo slate :
.. Max. Tomp. M In. Temp lialufall
nalvesum ill r.-i
l.eueral Fitzhueli T.en ilnliu..r..l 11.
lecture "Tho llnttlo of ChniicellorBvrile"
at Artillery hull to night to a large and in
telligent audience. At the conclusion of
me lecture which was an able and eloquent
one the general was regaled by an elegant
ui iiiniut in tne gun-room ot Artillery hall.
Uie management of the French opera iu
delerenco to the universal desire to bear
Mineral I.eo gave no performance to-
night. The general leaves for Houston where he
lectures to-morrow night. The royal man-
ner in which he has bon received and
entertained by the (ialvestonlans will
cause the distinguished soldier to depart
with a lasting impression of their generous
Slli'iu'r Si-nimu March 1. Special.
Ei-C!overiior R. Ii. Hubbsrd reached hot e
this noon and will address our citizens on
the Texas .t 8t. Louis railroad subject.
Our people have confidence In this road.
and the probabilities are that they will ex
iKiiii uiu company Beverni months time.
ims roau is now graded within a short dis-
tance ol town.
After exhausting the special venire of
sixty men omy nve jurymen fiave been se-
lected in the esse of tho State vs. Nathan
Tsntons. The accused is charged with
murdering James Mason in the early part
of January this year and onr citizons evi-
dence much interest in the trial aa Mason
was a good citizen and was brutally shot
uiiwii 111 tue presence 01 uis wile
Cotton Btill continues to arrive and busi-
ness Is fair.
Rev. Mr. Bonners of Jefferson will fill
me rresoyierian pulpit ncre Sunday.
i'clix l'atrick who was shot in the arm
by Tom Coffey about one month ago Is re-
ported as doing well Doctors now think
they can extract the bull and thereby says
Fort WoRTii.March 1 Special. A Fort
Worth horse trainer whose name is Run
nels went to Gainesville three days ago to
buy a blooded mare. Falling to purchase
he returned night before last with his roll
of bills amounting to $315. When ha .
rived concluding to walk tip town he was
BMipiiun ny two ronoers at a point near the
Texas & 1'acilio depot and despoiled of bis
wealth. One robber was tall and the other
short. The robbers are believed to be in
Fletcher WcsBenberg & Co. and Bqualr
paid costs and released ten mules properly
ofM. K. Hall who had tiled answer and
plea in reconvention asklnir for actual ami
exemplary damages iu the sum of $.'10000.
U. Davidson of Waco charged with lor-
gery in three rases savo boud vHtnrUa
and was released.
K. Krahn baker was closed to-lay by
three attachments other than 1 10 one
A keg of whisky a keg of brandy and
two cad-i of parlor matches together with
tbe tli in f that stole them wore discovered
to-day hid tinder the platform of the cotton
compross. The thief escaped by running.
Tbe poods were stolen from the Missouri
i'aciuo freight platform.
Cow-men are an-itlng In twos and threes
to attend the convention.
11. 11. Wilson the $1013 man is here
(fSTAPI TsnKn law
?"BkfUU .to correspondence with
i-a " "'". 01 Uicluuoiid 'ir-8iHla-waler
fountnina ..1 1
other summer iml Visible.
. A very beautiful lady living in tills citv
incog .jManttpoart to be MrsTWtaKi.
Aks K-nted l'ress notoriety. d reported aa
an eloper from her husband at iSgo. M
iwelve informations were filed in the
county cou-t to-day oil charges ot mm ui
and other misdemeanors. P'miug
eft 00 a special car to-day on an inspeotiii.
tour over the Fort Worttf Denver rnlTway!
urWrwn calling h mse f H. H. Wilon
rrfn'M Uocu' ".f W beard. BusptoiSS
K Feenev"liS "h ' defaulter
tt.(: T lP''t.ted cashier ot
amir. wt1!? 8lit -v
III- .w 1 )VU f Uraml V
Vinnt . -
11 1 ' i . nil
also sued h. same party fa il"'
A freight car wrecked near the union
'acte'f'1 'i1.18 or".' bound MlSo"rt
taul.o train for thirty minutes.
v.-L-niRNi .March l.-Spccial.-3
Mayo representing the Dallas Hsiui.n'
nn-a. at me senutngton.
P. S. Leary a clever "kuighlofthe throb-
tie has given up is old vocation and will
The Kvemiig Telegram is pleased with
andZur.!Uai'MO'a0 -y rnend'i
An Invitation will be extended
his lecture In 0ti . v
. H ivionrir. Uo Will IMVf hllll
a hearty welcome should he honor us w ith
Ollleers are In hot pursuit of the balance
'ue r?l-rohi.igKttK of which the one
oapturcd here yesterday and mentioned in
my special last night was a member. No
new tleve opments as the officers are trying
to keep their man.ruverings quiet until
their prizes are captured. A day or so w
likely culminate iu their capture.
Hrarnb March l.-8pecial.-Kd Ma-
Rulre an old liquor dealer of this city is
gradually improving from cuts received
some time ago which it was thought were
una in Hit v niniiiniha iw... ..1 . . .
Small-pox la eradiiallv l:........i....
"!b""7-. There is n'o imal'i'pox'nAu "r
than six miles of our citv.
Our city has been very busy lor the past
tral road " accolmt of on tho Ceu-
!l'i"ie.i!ovd ' .f.'VK 0' IarKe audience
o-n ght here wh ch is pronounced to be
the best troupe of the season.
1 1 ?.rme.7iare Tey tU9"y SK1 ' fixing
lands for tbe coming crop.
Fivo to eight hundred convicts are era-
ployed on the bottom farms near here.
IIWaco March l.-8peclnl.J-A cutting
affray oecurredfuesday at Bosueville be-
twecn William Warren a youth 10 years
old son of Henry Warren and a man
named George Davis. The latter received
two stabs in the shoulder and breast.
srren has loft the country.
1 n . w nms a prisoner in the county
Jail but a lowed freedom as a trusty on ac-
count bf health escaped yesterday on a
horse belonging to a deputy sheriff Officers
aro IncloBe s-ursuit.
The clfy council will tackle tho street im-
provement question to-night. A petition-
will bo presented In favor of a compte-
hensive system of paving Bn.l draining
signed by many large tax-payers
JJomoN March :i.-Special.J-E. Fie-
uiont Jrhargdwith the murder of
ItSosflera twodays' triiil.'nml "tlTq '
Jury being out t wenlyTfouMinurs" " gofa
verdict of not gniliy to night. Tho veidict
was in sympathy with tiiofecliiifra of the
Tne.fJun club Is making extensive ar-
rangements lor their shoot on tho 10th of
(Jrnnd preparations are being made for
tho reception of (leneral Fil.hugh l.eo to-
morrow. He will lecture and then be bau-
quettcd at tbe ('aiiilol hotel. Tho members
or Hood s brigade and Houston light guard
will meet him.
Sffi.1?-. Mlir''11 l--ISpeclal.l The slicriff
of 1 runt v county is heio nficrllui
vict Ashley w'io "was"
arrested soino lew
ww k".nli? Rnd lo'l'c' '"j"'1 'r thelsor
a Mr. T. II. Uoyott's horse. Ashley will be
kept to await the action ot'l'ie ernnd lurv
ill Strict court ninnla Ilia Hi-. U.....1I.. 1
March. " "u"' "
A large delegation ol Bryan cltircns p.ave
Colonel James andbialHilv a .rn..i
the COllcce last tllpl.l a.i.l i...
by Colonel James In the most hospitable
manner. Colonel James' connection with
the college terminates on the 1st. - r
t armers are now taking advantage of t lie
Tkmi'ls March l.-8pecll.-Wallace &
Northrop general grocers and liquor
assignedjto-day for the benelit of creditors.
Liabilities chiclly In New y0rk and 'Gal-
Hell arrested for the robbery or a piffse
from a lady passenger of the Santa Fe
broke out of the calaboose last night and
lelt for parts unknown.
There is considerable gaioiy In social
circles at present. Last evening a pleasant
dance was hold at the residence of Captain
Roach. To-night the Uremen arc plying a
grand ball. Quite a number of flelton's
belles are ot present visiting friends here.
Talkstink March l.-Special.-Tbe
passenger train running from heretoIDen-
ison dashed info a freight train at Wells'
ssritcli about ten miles from I'alostiue. this
morning making a terrible wreck. Only
the courageous and energotio action oi
br.glneer Kutledire.of the iiAsaam...-tr.tiC
prevented an scciiletit that would have oi-
a hundred lives
iiierewas great destfflpr
. bortunately no lives
tion of property
Down March l.-Speciai.-At 3 o'clock
this morning the dry goods bouse of D. C.
F.rwlnwas burned to the ground. The
origin ol the lire is unknown but is sup-
posed to be tho work of an Incendiary
Loss on stock and building $4500: Insrirl
ance $3000. Tbls Is Howie' rJt fire.
Jackuioro March l.-Special.-Hon.
T. W. Williams a brother of the once fa-
mnusBlne Jeans Willlama riii 1.
da v aged 73 years. Ho was one of tho
any settlers or this county and was in
lormer years a county judge.
For the (lulf Ktstaa-aiiihtly warmer!
weather light ysilabU winds; bwer birciBtvi:i
M-7'sisai fxit. ane
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