The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 110, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 4, 1885 Page: 4 of 8
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THE HERALD: DALLAS. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 4. "41835
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lcltMitrlti City il JJ2 00 per year.
XT & "ARK AUTHORIZE!) " To'' an
IT nouuce Mb. John Kpei.i.man m aoan-
d mate lor Mayor at the ensuing election lu
rE ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN
uounce John IIknkv Shown as a
cundlilnte for Mayor.
WE AKK AUTHORIZED TO AN-
nounoe Mr. K. Uanzeh as a candidate
lor Councilman la hast Dullus at tue emu'
lug April election.
WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN-
noonce Mr. Ed. 0. kmitu a a caiull-
dMorMaynrBiejMHOmf WEDNESDAY MARCH 4 1885.
Tub office of United Statos marshal
seems to be a boue of contention. The
follow who gets tbe lilp Joint next to the
back-bone will bo tbe lucky Individual.
Tbe others can gnaw away at tlio hoofs
The Longview New Era says: "Cor.
W. L. II all of that 'Christian dally'
tbe Dallas Herald Is the proper man
lor register of the treasury'." That's our
sentiment." Mh. IIall has such warm
support thuthls friends think ho should
receive the appointment.
It is said the money subscilbod by
Galveston to eutertaln tbe Pross asso-
ciation exceeded the expenditures by
$300. This money was given to the
charitable Institutions of Unit city. It
ought to have boon donated to tbe
Wharf company or the Galveston
Tub Brenliani Jlanuor assorts that
Jefferson's simplicity caused him to
die a poor man. It simplicity keeps a
man poor what is to become of the editor
oftho Gazette? When ho dies ho will
be luld away In a stained pine colli ii
perfumed by assmulldu or tho balm of
a thousand (lowers.
At tho coromon'.cs of laying the cor-
ner stone of the new cnpitol in Austin
on Inst Monday in the nbsotieo of tho
grand mauler Mh. Z. 10. Co nnn of this
city presided and conducted the Im
pressivo ceremonies in a manner that
reflected groat crodlt upon himself and
the unstinted approval of the frutoriiily.
Mb. T. K IIyan has disposed of bis
interest In the Wichita Herald to Messrs.
Matiibny A JtuM'ii There are so
many changes being made In the news-
papers of Texas that tho IIeuai.d can
barely keep up with thorn Kvory man
so far who has sold out his hiterost in
any pnpor h is retired on a loitune and
contemplates an European tour.
Tun Houston Journal questions tlie
HunAr.u's poetical tasto. It inny not be
of tbo IIyiuimo style but It Is equal to
that of the Journal which got eft' the.
I always did love ox-tnll sou '
And give my clillil Ipecac Tor cioup."
It is supposed the above couplot ap-
peared in the Houston Journal and that
the Professor was tho author.
If the Spanish treaty is rail Hod thore
will not bo any change in the price of a
5 cent cigar hut a cigar said to be of
Cuba filler which is generally composed
of Pennsylvania or Connecticut tobacco
will be in greater demand and prob-
ably command a higher prico. There
never has bomi many genuine Havana
cigars sold In country towns In tbe
United Slates but then tho pooplo like
to be deceived.
Ir has been asserted that the people
ot Dallas bavo a hunkering aftor ollloes.
Tho city election takes pUi.o in about a
month and yet there is not a tingle
gontlemau who has announced hlmsolf
for alderman. From present appear-
ances tho olllco will have to seek tho
man. It inllit be proper In this cou-
noctlou to stuto that more than forty
parlies are si nking tho postofllce and
only one will got It.
Niini'M) KnglHiid eugage in war with
Russia tho probabilities aro her demon-
strations lu Egyp' fur a time at least
will not be very aggressive All the
subject of that country lu all Its prov-
inces will have a tasto of "grlm-vissgsd
war" and if they doiit got terribly
"licked" on many afield the Hkkalii
will retire as a p-ngiiohMeiitor of mili-
tary events i'o.h'o troubles tho minds
of tho Itussians and they aro terrible
Tub forty-elghtli congress ef tho
United States closes in s-nlon to-day
at 12 o'clock. Should an extra fusion
be called many now uwinbert will take
tlin place of Um-p who are retired to
private life. Thopr. sant congress has not
particularly si .; i:ill.od Itself lor auy
great national onae'.uionti which will
be referred to in future proceedings of
that ho ly. It may b rouinmb;red as a
congress that presvtitod more bills and
resolutions fur eoasldaration than any
other that has proio.lod It and passad
fewor ' '.utary laws but nevertheless.
all respects a very respectable
oiitlouiou. T ta Forty-eighth
"Tho kliij is doad; long liro
the kiiij. '
TiieG vision News publishes sev-
eral atti ts fivin the Te. papers
speaking of the generosity and hospi-
tality ol tin G ilvestonlnns. The Jinn-
Al.n l'.owuver falls to see tho following
In the News' columns taken from the
The Kaufman San has something to
say about the proprietor s of tho Galves-
ton Now acting as If they foil them-
selves above the proprietors of papers
published In the rural districts. Well
they have cause to feel that way. The
News has been "slobbered" upon by lo-
cal weekly newspapers In Texas until
the proprietor of that Journal have
cause to be disgusted; aud lu addition.
It Is but consistent for 'them to feoi
above proprietors of local newspapers.
They t-Kik no part In the meetings of the
association la Galveston and
have been conspicuous for
their absence upon former occa-
sions; but. this does not tend to lessen
tbe 'slobbering" by country weeklies
(the oui'ii r excepted) ttmi teet inem-
selves handsomely rewardeil If the
News will pu'ills i what they have to say
about it. One-half the circulation ul
tue. Galvesiim wiekly News and not
less than one third tho circulation of lti
dally Nuws Is dun to this "slobbering"
bv tbo Interior prows and yet eeciHlly
the proprhitors of the Now do not asso-
clt with tlioTexiM editors In their an-
nual tiifliii)i. No neighbor Hun tin-
iiur the circumstances we admire the
"elevated" oonittict of the proprietor of
the Oalveston News lowaiu tue press
aaaoolatlou of this elate.
It is to be hoped for tbe well-being of
Irelaud that a war between England
and Russia will not be Inaugurated.
Should these two countries engage in
hostilities the threats that have been
made by those who term themselves
Irish patriots will Induce tbo British
government to tighten its grasp u pon Ire-
land and restrict many of the few priv-
ileges that country now enjoys. No one
believes that Russit could materially
aid the disaffected in Ireland In accom-
plishing any decisive results on that
island and should demonstrations be
made hostile to the government thoy
would be mot so promptly and deter-
minedly that it would result disas-
trously to those engaging In thorn. Tho
Irish people will learn some day that
the only redress tbey can expect for the
wrongs they complain of must come
through parliamentary enactments.
They may chato and become restloss
under "law's delay" but It is their only
hope of final amelioration from their
present condition of unrest and the
wrongs they aro trying to remedy.
Wou mi it not be be well for some of the
gentlemen of Dallas who have laid out
additions to tbe (ji'.y to turn tholr said
additions into cotton patches. And
would It not be well for some of the
holders of property in this city now
commanding big rents to soli said prop
erty for a good price while they can get
it. If thoy will not aid in building more
railroads and adding to tbo importance
of Dallas they will soon be on a level
with paupers for their property will not
command enough rents to pay taxes
and insurance. Ye property holders
may think this idle balderdash at this
time but wait one year and then soe if
your revcntios are not cut down fully
one-half and then go over the city aud
count the number of vacant houses.
There aro no vacant houses to-day in
Dallas but if no new enterprises aro In
augurated how many will thore be in a
twelvo-moulh and who will waut to
purchase even the best paying property
in the city. This may bo regarded as
idlo vaporing of the IIkhai.d but sit
supluoly patient at present and seo
what a your will bring forth.
A OilllllllSPONDKNT of tho NOWS III
writing from Dallas thinks a law abso-
lutely necessary to severely punish h
man who brutally neglects to provide
food mil water for his cattle and thirks
a sheepman should bo dealt with by
law who shears bis sheep in tho fall and
ho wauls tiio owners of such stock Im-
prisoned. High!; but if thoro is no
grass and water on the range tint owner
ol tho stock would bo in as bad a tlx as
the follow in Walvostoa who wuniod a
drink of whisky. Ho had no moiiiyilio
saloons wouldn't credit him and tho ed-
itor of tlio News wouldn't go his secur-
ity h ml ho hud to drink the mean wator
dished out In that city. It was horrible.
Tim bill declaring null and void the
patents issued to settlers in Greer
oounty is of doubtful propriety. Man
have taken up those lauds sel l led upon
thoni opened up farms and prepared
homos for themselves and families r.ll
the time acting lu good faith and it is
hard that Die legislature shimld now or
der that their claims and Improvements
should ho relinquished. These actual
settler aro entitled to some right and
tun probabilities are In spite ot legisla-
tive Interference they will endi avor to
maintain thorn. It would lie outrageous
to compel those good Industrious men
with their families to abandon their
homes and Improvements costing years
of honest toil aud labor.
It Is strange tbe world has not heard
of tho defeat of tho lCngllsh at Kutsola
which occurred on February '2 until
this late dutii. If the Kogllsh bare
fought a single battle Willi tbe forces of
Kl Mahoi In which they have not
been defeated tho Hjiiai.d has tailed
to notice it. It Is claimed that !be Kn r-
lish were successful at Abu Klea wells
but it will not bo denied that thoy
skedaddled from there tho next day sltcr
the light and the Arabs took possession
of tho battle ground. From all ac-
counts the Arabs are having as much
fun with tho English as Misi i.i;.-si:s
Fold) and Taok had with Sik Jou.t
I'hk Houston Age always generous
and kind spooks ns follows of Mil.
II a ix: "M it. II Ai l. Is an applicant fur the
otllco now filled by Ex-siinathu UitrcK.
Hhuck has held it quite luug enough for
a negro and should bo requested to step
down and out very promptly. Jdn. Hau.
Is a good man a gentleman a Demo
crat and a closo. attentive systematic
Im.-liicHs man. lie Is popular with the
newspaper nif u of 'i'exai and the busi-
ness head of one of tbo largest and
mol successfully managed papers in
tlie state. Ho will fill the olllco if ap-
pointed to the entire satisfaction of the
country and his appointment will
gratify the people of Texas."
Tin testimony against ex-Summit
Crook and bis ox-depuly IIaiuus for
llw. niiiriturfif Itl lis: I. of a d an Jni .r i
.... " . " !
character. At. this disttneo from tho
scene the HmtAi.n cannot of course bo
familiar with tho del ills but it does
soon! that Iho ovidouco Is of the most
conclusive oluiraotcr ns to tholr guilt.
The Tact KttntW out lu bold relief that
Bi.icl w.is inurdoied In cold blood by
some one at his home In Lamar county
and In the prosenco of his wife and
A TEA FAMINE IMPENDING.
The tea market Is growing atroagcr
owing to the French blockido of Chi-
nese ports and the occupallin by the
French of the tea growing section of
Formosa. For tho season ending June
SO Isst the total importation of tea Into
the United States was CS000000 pounds
a falling off of 100o0(HXl pounds isn-
pared with tho previous tea year.
It is stated that nearly 21X100110
pounds of Hie crop of 1SSI
Is locked up In tho blockaded Island of
Formosa and that hoary failures have
resulted lu Canton China and that one
failure from tho same cause occurred at
Llvetpool Ungland. Picking tea begins
May 1 or usually it begins about that
day aud the first shipments are made
In July. Last year r2(XK)000
pounds or noarly ono sixth
of all the tea brought to
the United Ktatos came from Formosa
therefore It may be Inferred that if the
war between China and France la not
abated soon an advance In tea must oo-
cur. The llostou Commercial Hullo-
tin predicts a rise of 40 cents
per pound lu the Formosa grade.
If Shanghai Atnoy Foo-Chow ami
other ports aretlosod up by Covhuki'i
armada a famine of Chinese tea will
follow and Importers will have to fall
back on Japan for a supply. In view of
the affectionate iegrd for the delicate
leaves abiding in the hearts of
nearly all nations will not tbe
powers protest against or even forbid
the absolute blockade of the Mongolian
portt-f Gallantry Is attributed us a
national characteristic of tbe French-
men. Will that polite nation tbeu be-
cause of a trivial wrong perpetrated
at Lang Son deprive the belles of their
silks and the spinsters of their Oolong
"at one fell swoop?" However a we
have drawn comfort from tbe
war against tbe Soudanese be-
cause it is a bull argument
lu the grain pits can we not also ad-
duce a measure of content In view of
tho fact that sericulture in this country
will be promoted by theChineso-Froneh
war and that it may even Induce tea-
planting In the cotton belt of Amorioa?
A Day at the rrt.
FoiiT Worth March 8. Special.
John Werner an irraslblo and comba-
tive German made a "John Branch"
play this evening which has lodged him
lu jail. It seems H. Do Boor an uphol-
sterer on lowor Houston street owes
til in snmo money which John has not
been able to get. Arming himself with
a doulde barreled shot-gun and a ro-
volver Werner went to De Boer's
place of business demanded his
money and wheu It was not
forthcoming drow down on De Boor
with tlio intention of blowing tho debt
out of his hide. Mrs. Do Boor seeing
her husband's danger uttered a pierc-
ing shriek which disconcerted the
would be murderer and gave Do Boer
a chance to got a brick wall between
hiiuand Werner. Bareheaded aud in
his shirt sleeves Dn Boer ran up town
and found an ollioor who went to the
scene of the crime in an express wagon
which was hurried down Main street
at a terrilii! rato. Werner was arrested
and disarmed and be stands au excel-
lent chance of going to the penitentiary.
About 8 o'clock this evening somo one
took a light in the sky to be a great lire
and called out tho department. The
two up town companies went tearing
down town to llud tlio lire while the
down town companies came up town
and wont from box to box to tliid the
Haines For a timo people Imagined the
whole city must lie on flro.
Corsica na March 3. Special. Tho
tide for a general religious awakening
seems to have s;'t in a.noug our people.
Tlio Free Mothodi-ds r.r so-called Holi-
iirss li.tnd are having two meetings r
day and with c oisl'lcrablo huccosm for j
ns luiioriiiL' sinners to tlio ni.iuviirrs' !
imiiicii is reijardeii as an evidence of
progress. The First I'roshi'lorian
church has also inaugurated " sei n.s ol
miioliiiK-i i (inducted hy tlio various
ministers of thn city ii ..listed by the
Rev. Dr. McWhii lor if Ohio. An 'after
noon meeting is hold cai h day Pother
with one at iiiirht nnd every I hi .I;; is
being done to iimku tho meoiiius Inter-
esting and encourage our people lo in-
tend. Mr. linn Palloison who laioly moved
to this oil y from Angus died Sunday
niilit ul pneumonia and was taken to
Kirhlaud lor burial.
Tbo Gorman lihelnlsli military bund
from Cologne w liirii has boon playing
in the eastern cities and at the .New Or-
leans exposition will civo an instru-
mental concert next Monday night ut
tlio opera-house on their way to Dallas.
The hand numbers IS pieces and is on
its farewell tour b lore reluming homo.
On Tlii-lr Way to W mlilnuton.
llAi.TiMoiiK Mmvh 3 -Thoro has bon
tnoro life inaiiifestid hero to-dny than
for a long timo. Trains Irom tho oast
slid tlio west licgan to arrivo early and
by noon tho c'uy was thronged' with
strangers on I heir Way to Washing-
I'M. Tho railroads are all lax.-d
to I lie if- full capacity and Iniiuvwill he
in motion nil nmhl to iii-coiiiueidaio the
vast throii).;. It .h the roads from lislli-
unro lo Wio-hiniiion arc double tracked
and trains will be run at lull speed and
tar enough apart to avoid accident.
A U AU.ItO I ol THA' R.
To-night as the train conveying tho
New York county Democracy emerged
from the west nnd of Union tunnel a
hot wss II red at. it Iroui tho wall of the
Cron Mount ceme'.ry. The ball passed
tliioiii'h a window of I ho car ami
through tho hat of ono of
the passenger. Tho police were
nt hand but lie assailant
jumped down neaily a) feet into the
ceiio-tary ground and escaped. Iito
trains brought n considerable number
ol Hie visitors back Iroiu Washington
umtlilc to get accommodations thoro for
r.o Can at WeMhrrforil.
Wf.athmkforp March 3. !Speolal.l
The caho of tho slate vs lid Anderson
charged with rape upon Julia Francis
Kluir came up Oils morning; the whole
of the morning was occupied by en-
deavoring to get a jury which w as not
elli ied until lot) mini had been exam-
ined; the jury was impaneled at no ui
At 1 :.'io p. m. the little 10 year old girl
Julia was put on Iho w'linr-s Mend.
Great excitement prevailed. All around
the bar gathered a largo crowd. 'The
child Is a pretty brunette and is not
larger than au oulinary child
of s-yoms. Her testimony was
largely confused bv the different at-
lurn i s who hsd nun or two little legal
"spars or "si.Ps." llwr testimony on
Iho hole was concisely civi n lor such
a i hi d and as lo tlie'rll iet that lid.
Anilfisou made her undress stark
naked whim be committed bis hen ihle
pui poses on her three limes. Other wil-
iixmcs were then called after a lit fx-
aiuinalUu ol tbo child; nothing dcci-Ue
at all neiiig got nt today owing lo there
M "g tllO test illlBny oj cigll t lllsl Hint
live female witnesses yet to I
The Italtiuifire A' (Mil In Punntyl? aid
l 'Mil i n. .Marco i - i in jiaiiiinoie er
tihlo Telegraph company opened nu
oltlce in this place to-day with a swei -big
cut lu rates. Tho lino from ilalli-
more IK) miles has been completed
within H days with tho thermometer
much of the time below .cro. Poles
bate beon cut In tlio woods since Feb-
ruary 1. Telegraph men rnnttrally will
pprecla'o this rental fcable work. The
line has len completed to tho suburbs
ol York Theolly council granted the ne-
cessary rights to build the lines tsrounh
the streets ol ovk. htcps were taken
by the Western Unlou company to pre-
vent const ruction. Tho city solicitor
was retained and an opinion given
against the riuhtsot tho compctinu lino.
on the ground of some technical Inelli-
oloncy In the Pennsylvania charter.
The li i i t of tbe police department sto;i-
ped tbe work and the Baltimore A Ohio
wnikmen were arrested. The l!alt
more t Ohio however upon filing a
bond for $'.0000 damages wero poruiluod
to construct the line.
Wkatiii.ki ono March 3. Special.
Horace linker the governor's honorable
commissioner for tbo state of Texts
left to-dny lor New Orleans. Mr. linker
Is also the only Immigrant and leading
land and real estate agent hero.
'I Im oulv hldiis that have over been
hipped direct to the tanneries from
mis town were shipped to Iho number
of lTtl.Otsj last week to Hull sin Now
The Illinois Henaioi slilp.
SrHtNiiHRt.il March 3. In Jotntcon-
venllon to-day 44 senators and lil repre
sentatives wore present. On roll call
t here was no response except by tipcaker
IlltlUt'l. t IIU 1UIOU
BIG RAILWAY STRIKE.
MISSOURI EMPLOYES STOP WORK.
Thoy Wont Take a hit Ln-Siveral Fall-
ares Iti ! teI Con rarn' Conven-
tlu llallu-uy llHtef Flat
Day ou Hall 8trit.
1 abor Mattrn.
TUB STRIKU ON TUB TEXAS it rACIFIO.
MARSriAi.i March 3. Special
The trouble belweon tbe railroad strik-
ers and tbe company Is assuming alarm-
ing proportions'. Another meeting was
held last night which was largely at-
tended. A secret meeting was held af-
terwards. What transpired is not posi-
tively known further than that all
freight trains arriving here were
switched oil' into the company's yards
tho fires from the engines were extin-
guished and the water drawn from the
boliors. Citizens generally aro much
exercised over the matter and it is
probable a meeting will be held and ef-
forts made looking to an adjustment of
the dill'erences existing between the
men and tho company. Up to this lime
no violence lias beeu done but there is
no tilling what a day may bring forth.
Losoview March 3. Spoeial.)
Kinissarios of the striking mechanics
leached hero thisov'euing and stopped
all the workmen at tho round-house
eoul heavers included. About 40 in nil
struck at noon. The strikers' emniis-
snrius from Palestine went east a:ni
thoso of Marshall went west to stop all
coining under tholr grade.
Tliolollowlng in a copy of tbo
Ci Hi'liL v it.
"Special Notice To Mechanics I..boruritr:
The mechanics ami lahorers of all
kinds respectfully ask every working
man regardless of his qualilicatinns and
skill to remain away from the Missouri
1'aclliu Railway company's shop.
This company has twice reduced
the wages of iho men in the shops
under the plea thai times wero ham and
that It wus losing money. This tho
men agreed to stand though the wages
received wero called starvation wages.
Now the company has attain pussedan
order to reduce wages la's per cent.
at which prioo men cannot live
and the mechanics nnd luhoiors
lu all departments bnvo determined to
strike. Au in order that they may be
sueceiiMul they take all men who have
any principal about them; who have
wives and children and who desire to
see them happy and contented; who
have tho woll'tro o'. tho laborers in
hunt to stay away until this matter is
Fvcrj thing Is very quid at thulium-
lion locking morn like tho strikers
were waiting to start to work than tint
liny lionblo existed. They amuse li oiu-
setves by playing boo b ill and st-cm lo
ei j'.y tlienisi Ives hnireiy. It Is said
at! piiss;.ii-;-r trains will li. stopped to-
morrow tho nlrikers only allowing on-
Hires mid mail cars to mi throneh Mar
A T I'Al.l' s l N '
1'ai.h TIM-; March .-. 'Spis-iivl. -Ono
bii! drt d and foni loon loeplovesif the
lull niatlonal it Great Northern ehops
at this p!co refused lo rcsui.no work
this inoining on ic ount of the reduc-
tion of 1'j per cei. j n .ir tt-a';eu.
The I'l'Oi w ere seal ( i- d along Sprin;'
street to-day looking very innnst hu'i'
.iii"! and ordetlr. A coi'i.iuittoo from
llin Woikiii Men';) union wilted on
Mas'pr Mechanic Munis ami r quest e
to bo ul'ouod In icMuim work on nine
hour-' limn nt wages ihn same as before
the rsluol.i m c l-iiming other wi o liny
cannot Mipporl their i.uuiiie. The
master mechanic declined he bad i;
power In grant tlie.r request. The
Kliikors claim l:o li.n assumed the
power to raise the wanes of iho lew men
still nt work il'i to 00 cents. Tho strikers
will bold iiiiiilhnr meeting to-morrow
nit-lit. and Bilirin that the mevement
will bo general on this brunch of the
Gen d system.
UNEASY AT sr. 1.0 1'H.
St. r.eui" March Rcprrwniit'itlvcH
of the Texas Pacific railroad called on
Superintendent Win-field of the United
States railroad mull lervi 'e t-e.U ' nnd
asked him to b:ve tbe mails rr Texs-i
carried over tho Mi.-sourl Kansas At
Texas lines instead of by tlio roads on
w Inch the strikes aro tl ie- lu progri ss.
lhoreaoii tor alurg this is the tear
t' ut icrtkcrs at M arshall will oViuc
the iimlls by obsiiip Hng mail trains.
Jiupciintotnlcnt Warlle'd ilei'liucd the
liquet nnd said If the sttiki-rs luter-
ieri :s with tbn prompt pass e.-o of the
malls tho government would a
tpenciy means of punishing ll.cm.
'tt !' I he Slock Market.
New Yrnin Mutch .1-Governments
quiet and unchanged except ! which
hi o per cent lower at lill bid.
Stale securities quiet and steady.
The stock market was extremely dull
on slight fliii'luHtlniis most of tVo day
tiudcrs slum lug no disposition to spci ii-
lui.li. The llneliislions wcie cooso
qiiently within narrow limits
ns Is shown by the Isel
that Trout llin oiicnlnu of the bosi I
utitii nearly 'i o'clock
Luck iw antia I
M ot. .si'.. :
sold at lii:i'i.i lul; P.icili
.M ; Lo Short'. Glii!l'.; New
leiurii wvf!i; .Mill iiw es'ere p'
So : St Paul 7 . 71; lan-as A Tin i
IS '. i.i IP nnd LuiUviUhiV N.ishvl le ;I7 '
iii-7;l4. Thoso wore niiiong t ho niov no
tl0 stocks ou (he lul duiiiK the dnv
The Icalitro late lit the aliernooii op r-I
stions wns trading in No.-'hMt- :
er.l. A dispatch fioni t'iiicsSo
was cin iilali d ou the siin-t J
which ui.iiotiuced Hint llin eai :;iic.s ol ;
ins company for Iho lomth week In :
l ehruary snowed tin I icrcis i ef iiib. I
Fnllowluir this anuouiiccnii ut ih s'oct: i
rose to I'd' on heavy tr.iiiK.u tinii'. '
I ick u an ua 1 illoiml ! sel'ing at
101' and Like Sitoro iouehi d i'. 4l
w hue in I bo rest of the a live list there !
were only slight advances. I. Her in!
the iiftei noeii a seen d t'liicago'
dispatch was pi yen i.u' oin-ot-l
leg the first one by I he stai- ineni
llial this earnlniis shoivcd sdic.ciso.
of i'iloul for liio foiiilh w. ek nnd a
mucii larger aiiiuiiiil lor the Hid uieiih 1
of February. Tlio whole market in-!
eanirt weak and Nortliw c- i ni ou con '
ttliued activity. sli'iidll s ilddowuwai d 1
until it ri Hcln d i'. 1 and closed t thit :
pi n e wit h sales lu tlie lasi luuir of im r
-ttn0 shares or more than Jo percent.'
of the Ulis.iiess done dining the day lo I
that stock. At Iho mlice of ton coni.'.any
lu this city Vice President Sykes'say-.
ho im's not yt-t received i
c Miiplelo reports for Ine Isst week in I
l ehiuiiry and does net know what tbcv
will li". Among the rumors stloat In
the itfternoon w as one to the olt's't that
the next dividend on New York Out r.d
would b reduced 1 per cent. aud lh.it
Iho stock of that onuipmy foll'to fin I
losed nt ills a loss o Next t"
Northwosterit Missouri Kansas A.
Texas has atlrctiH Ihe most
attention the sales for the dny
aiiiouiiting to ovir winoo shares.
Instead of only a few hundred
shares as is usually Ihe Clio until rr-
contlv ; at the same llmo Hie price rose
to lSTi and elo-ed llnally uiielinnge.l nt.
at IS1;. Promliionl Inuiies aro reported
tube buying ihoso stocks for lorcigii
and Was'hlugloii aeenuipH. In the last
hour Lackawanna lull to lot ami closed
weak at that prico with sules of only
W.ikM shares for the day. On restricted
business St. Paul was down : at 7-"'
but the stock ivsi almost itenleetcd
In Iho aflernnon. Pitclllo Mall sold ns
liluh as 67 early In tho last hour but tin
ci I ncd to fil'; Iho Un si sales being at
Wi an ad wince of Now .Iirscv
t'ent nil was also -?i lilghor tit US' .' mi
sales of less than l.-oo shares ami
Oiiuiha prclerrcd shows a gain ol e.i
S7'u. Oil until denllmrs Missouri I
lie Is ; lower l fo and other nivre
active Ntncks snow small ilectines.
t'omparcd wlih last evening tlio mar
ket clnsoil w eak Willi tno Uifai Ki res
The Slock Convention at Cnlofadn City.
Coi.onAPo Citv March ."). s; pclal.
The Colorado A llraios aoisliou uiot
at the opera house to-day n o'clock.
Mr. Vv.T. Lewis the ptestilout of the
assoelation callwl t'i meeting to order.
John Good In a few remarks
introduced G. W. Smiin of
Colorado City who addressed
the association and bade them websui e
to the city of Colorado. Tho association
then proceeded at once to business.
Tho minutes of last meeting were read
anil approved. The roll of membership
was read and a quorum lound to bo
present. The association then ad-
journed to 2 o'clock p. m.
The meeting was called to order by
tbo president. Applications for mem-
bership were received aud members
elected. Tho committee on roundups
was then appointed which resulted is
follows; Gus O'lveenVand Thomas Truo
mel for tho first district J. I). Earnest
and Jos. Adair for the second district;
B. M. Clayton and S X. Lynch for the
third district; John Winn and James
Lane for tbe fourth district; Ira Nuleh
anil George Elkins for the tilth district;
J. T. Beall and Calvin Sloan for the
sixth district; W. J. Bryant and Joseph
Humphries for the seventh district;
Sam. Culberth and W. Ellis for tbe
oiirlith district; A. Stevenson and F.
M'-Vannen for the ninth district;
John Hansloy and C. L. Groff for tbe
J. T. Buttle was appointed chairman of
A committee of three was then ap-
pointed to examine tho socretary and
treasurer's books and report to the asso-
ciation. A committee of five wee appointed to
draft resolutions and roport to tho asso-
ciation. The association thou adjourned till
THK MIKItMAff SIEETIMI.
SitKltfri an March 3. Special. A let-
ter received here from B. W. McCul-
loiigh general passongor agent of the
Slissouri Pacific railway states that
they have made a rato of twu couls per
mile each way to Sherman and roturii
from points on tholr lines for parties de-
firing to visit the calttlemen's conven-
tion which meets here on tho loth Inst.
Tickets will be on sale from the 8th to
the 13th kieluslvo good tan til Maichllth
VA.NUKllllll.T IIUYS TH K WEST HIIOIIK.
CiiiCAiio March 3. Tbo Times pub-
lishes to-day an Intorview with a prom-
inent eastern maiiHgor who is not
named but who is vouched for as being
in a position to know whereof be
speaks to Iho effect that a lew days
ego a leaning ranking liaiiso
in Now York bops me ermnncd
for funds and was forced to soil $17000-
nun oi vet Miore it liiillalo railroad
bonds for which it paid ; iiifMiouO; that
VanderliilMo k tho entire lot pauug
Iu.iKiIi.imo. The entire issun of "lirat
mortgage bonds of this mad wus if. Ill-
IMHVKW and Vanderl-iK has !hu j secured
a controlling interest and it is u-serted
will le npcra'.in.; that load wilhin tit l
ilnys thus piii'lng a slop to tho lior.-o
rivalry ui'litho Now York CeuH-iil.
TfcX H PACIPIO AVSl'.M Ml.r.l'I.Nll.
Niw Voi le March :!. Tim aniiuul
meeting of the Texas & iV.ilic railroad
C nnpsi.y w.is ledd to day. Tho fo'lnw-
IniC directo.s w ci e elected : .1 iy Gould
j 11 S. II ty- Itnsell Sige T 'I'.' Kckart
(.org. J. Gould L. Ames A. L. Ilop-
I kins J. C! Brown 1. A. Wii dit J. M.ir-
I k' ;i James P S.:e(J Ciloiries (1. li.i.iril J.
j ''. liiiloK . wisinr J. II. Ilutcliin-
I w in William l. I'iiiMin mid Geor -e B.
lit If lol.ollAll.i V. SAATA 1'ii anm:i.
il I-'10 1 IMJ.
Gai i:-. o.n Msreii At th annual
lil'-o' inii of I llo tiloi-li ll 'Iibn s ot I lie lint''
Coli r.'do A; s-t-ia re 'Hii'Vi'V t i.mpaiiy
lo-diy ih' lolhiwiio.r iliii.!"rs ii'e
he. dl.i si i vi. i .i ;he i i-inr;t year:
it. . '. ill is i; S-.iy W. I.. Mo: dc
W. S ll.tvls II. Keen I . li'uin I'i.
Hosiniliiire. J 1!. WnMi- W. Gfdham
J. H. Illl'chin.s. J. It. U .".1H Tin M'lli-
rectoiswill meet during Hit nex t u ci k I
i.od elect nllh ers I
AT ST. I.OlMS.
St. I.i ris March o. John I
music de der assiirnod t day.
A r ( Olt .1CASA.
('nitsiisA March 3.-'S;i(l.ini.;TiKi
Now Idea saloon Ueot by To:n i.tister
was do weil this e veil lug liy an s.-luiu nt
B". the Instance nl t' II. Allen A Go.
A NKWIiillmS('i.'tT. N rii.M.
Nr.w Out.cNs March ;; K. . Ih-u
I nan iV Co. cotton Isciors intnlc miih-
! sbjuireut lo-dac. Lniliiluics J 170 0; as-
ledrril (oart at (.alieslon.
.A vioston March :t Vnlicd
dislGct court is ill se.inu .ludt'e
p i I'linu . lltllillilii' of ci -':.
d jy set o r Irial in iho near lu nr.
Murderous Asiua k ley An l i lilsts.
I li isin no March :). -Tlio anarcl.ists
In hi a info ing A !!i g: on v city lust
lisMwKTO SEE0U1LNEW HMDKEROHES
i lie l.e in ll.ewin : J
ll gln-iiV. pi...ounce. i
n n in iler-iiis n' Is. k '
I .1.. W 1. I
niKiii w inch iirokD i.p in a Hot
oooee v i ro caiiCi
oruor. i ins in. iiium
i mi i. oi uri'f is ut ine l.eiii ll.ewin
coiupanv in Atli Kli-y . pi..iounce
irehis'- nind.'i a n iiider-ins n'ts. k
on two other drivers l.hn Work
'mm mil li o. W rover.
. ..... .! ' ' ' II .HI O 1 III IV -
b.-.t the meeting. The Huck ?
m-'il ho.ivy oak I am 1 Main
i nrolle rs
i ami rein uie.r vicilnis 'O I orociniisl V
i Gial It Is ilouliil'ul if limy e.m rcorer.
j Tlie a" .iiilanls wcie sr.-evi i nml held
awai in- ih limit o the iniurius of the
l Weill. d d in. in.
Was th? ttnmo formerly given (o Scrofula
liidiiio cf n miHTstition lint It could ho
cured by a kin;-' touch. The world H
wiser now and knows that
cfinonlv be cnrnl bv n llinrotnh pm lflce-
tier of' Ihe bleoi". 'if this Is He;;lcctcd
Ihe iHm'iisi. perpeliiatcs Its taint tlirxiib
generation after gcin rallon. Among it
earlier syinpiniuiitlc ilevclopnicnis sro
Fcrcinoi ( iilniicoiis Kruptloii i Tu.
mors liolls ( nrbiuicles I i j slpi Ins
l'liiulent I'leers Nervous an I 1'hj-
Slcnl Collapse etc. If allowed lo eei
liiiue L'heiinuitisin Scrololons Civ
turrh Kidney end I.lver diseases
Tubercular Consumption and ail-
ens other dangerous or fatal maladies aro
produced by It.
I tht cwly pwerfi'l aid alwn reliable
hlMt-iriitiitnj inidiciiK It Is so clloct-
tlal BII llllerstive licit ll friidlcntes fnm
llm system llcrcditnry Serofuln anil
Iho kunlii'il pelMins ef contagious diseases
and inentny. At the tunic Hum It en-
riches nnd vendues the blood restoring
healthful uctlen to the li:il orenns snd
rcjiivcuatiiigthvvntlre evrteni. This great
I compiiseil pf the rnmlne 72iiiu?ifrf7
SnrK(iniili with Yclltnn tV(i.
Unrriu the ei'iifc vf VoUmsium ami
reii and other inureilii nts of civut pi
teliey. run-fully mid It iitiflcallv com.
jHiiinded. Us formula Is "enerallv'knowo
to the mistical preft.ssiej mid "the best
phy.lelims iMiislantlv (lKticriuu Avr.u'j
For all iilscaios cnii'cd by Uio vitiation ot
tlio blood. It Is concentrated to the high.
cst pnetle.nlilo tlcgMe far beyond any
" elher prcpawllnn or which like rffeels
ro cltilnteil. mid Is lltcrvfnre the ehe;ipc'
.M well ns the bt t bKxjvl ltiifylng tui aIj!
4hic in ins wor d.
Or. J. C. Aer & Co. Lorll Matt.
Analytical Clic'ilst. J
Seklbjr all prupgbls; vtuv vlj tlx
bottles Jor .V
S HUE WD BUYERS' who are daily acoiirlngthe market have keenly watched the
movements of a la le held by an tXTK.NS.lVK IMPORTING KM RltOIDERY CONCERN
audliave fncooeded In securing a lot of nearly
Thin l Joyful news fur tke ladles especially whim we promise to let them share
lliebi iietlt of this culossal purchase. Mere seaseuable goods our buyers could ao
have sent us. The Kinljrolitcrles arrived here a few days ago butthe let was too Im-
mense anil came too unexpected to have hail them lu readiness foraa Immediate sale.
We have arranged tliriu and have made 0 LOTS of them so aa to handle them
THESE ARE THE LOTS!
M E WILL 8KND SAMPLES ON APPLICATION.
Consists of a Hue of neat ami novel designs
on tine liiatorlal gooils wlilih are worth
na lilsh as Sc. to lie.
PRICK .S CKNT.
CoiiMNts ofu lfneof wider ooila; uUu vt'iy
neat and on good matcriul; thcfie aro
wui tli um hlf U us 1 !(. I3v. nnd SOo.
1' HICK 10 CENTS.
Consist. of a
i-licap at 20c
Ailiiuiiii n-M'n'tmcnt wide;
lantnnillei leu wlilch are
M'J l-tle. ami ti.ic.
I.aillci lio nie aliniil Inniake up tlitdrs nnd their children's near lor Spring and
Summer cmmit iill' ird to fall tn supply their wants. 1 lie demand for ioinlnnliterlo
la pel Imps mil ns great Jiit nawas it will he in a month from now alien t prlng trade
will opi-H hut tliere Is always n ready sale for 4omts If they are only cheap enough.
We will ntsonllVr smile higher priced novcltlra-n lot which we have Just received by
i xi.ress. Hicy ii. o mat. h set.i nfnliloli ive t;ive prices anil whit In below tlio width
Is meant strliliy for the eniljifildeiy work.
Mice SETS NMflSOOK EMBEOIOERY!
i Inches wide . .. ;;u
l1 Inclu". wide i;"
7 Inches wide 1 no
12 Inches wide 17"
Insi ltlnu to iiiideh 1'4 Inches '.'le.
1" Inches wide Vi
4 inches wide &o
7 Indus w hlu 1 Ou
111 Inches Hide f
12 Inches wide. 1 10
'.M Indies (fx yards for) 10 HO
fhisi I'tlni; to ni :th 1' ; Indies IV.
j 2 Indies Mlitc
I t inches wide
j In inches l te
j 3 IncK - wide
j i) Inches wide
i Inches v.ldj
! 12 I'icli s wide
l 2 ."i
U I U fiT
Of tfic Great Doprtssicn in C-irpsh?
j Of the Great Qverpro'ljctici in C;.rpsts?
j Of the Fact thai Carpsts p.re Down h Price?
IF 3STOT .A. "VISIT TO OTJI
T ii 1 S
! W! "'"'" '"u '.'''" I'd 'aver t . make this an u. uMmlly has. in Carpels
j We are I he ea.'.cr. ef low prlers; we are e.vpecl d In pnd.vt mr eusleimis vl It Is mil
( p.l.iKllre Upline piiees il-iwu M In re I hey l'co;(t.
M.'nui itcs nl SJI r.O per aril-a price n-hleh h as nrvt i quoleil.
i lli.dy Hru.s. lsi.t SI ver yard fur our newest ami liolce.t tlrlKiit.
Tapestry lirns.el.al or.e. .ory.inl-tle l..t line w e have ever shown
j Three l'lsiill per yril-liaii.lseiinr lleiss w.re never piednci I.
j Three I'l.'sittsHe.i'eryar.l-a ltd whlil hitsjn.t arrive.!.
I l':lniSierliiSriil is at 7 .-.c. per yard -c.ro of u uuiit liv which slumU n -n ji used
Mcliiini Super luaraliis at l1e. per yt d -are .iesh shl. ami ee.-IUuH. nl.o-
A HU.stl Ap.luv At. S K !Tll. W JlATTIXtls.
! Many of 11- prices fpiotnl 111 Ihe. e Cii.-(iels nlllni t liehl 4iid Hf. tr.ls week.
DON'T lOlitil'.r that Ihero Is. till Kenumiit Lot of those lian UoJO m..1 eUeap
(I.VCK Clitr.Vl.vN lifl. Ihotewho will oo suited -tho lot Is very luiie.' liroVen-wlll
I ... ....... ..em. rv.iiicii.in. i nis 'line
..inurns ui inin. lite prlveser whleh are
W' have mtrked down a large lot iifthein wt.a a view orclen riu..o .ni .
Walnut Pole. which wee 7ie nnd M.arenow " "l " 0UI" uJ eml?:
I'hiT.ysinl SlaWny Polis which ictU'. ro iijiv
Canada Ash Poles which were Jl arc new
Coi'illtnatlou CnrnUes nn. 1 !'..!..- '
: " ' '"." " -i
I rilty W altutl Pules wh'eh wire tl 7 aro
Llony Poles with KtassTrlmtUni;. were
Kdlllfl lilllll ft I'll tTO ll. I t nell. 1 .. r.
. no .umcic.; less;; v:..
A bir.. Hue of I'lMIOLHVWlV UOOf H
lists sumo exquisite pattern; they are
wide and line open work deal1 gut Thpy
are well worth V5o aud80u.
Tlirougliout contains novel ami attractive
patterns on line material; they are worth
title and 35c.
Is ilccld. illy most woiuierfnl b.trb'aiu
t ome at once ami ovei loiik tho lot; these
are eniislileieil cheap at 10e. 45e. & 50.
.35 ( KNTsJ
11 li.eti s wide ;1S
inches wide l do
!) inches w de . .. . 1 BO
12 Inches wide i so
1 1 ns"i tins' In mutch 1 Inch 15c.
3 Inches wide. . . do
I Inches wide 1 no
V j Indies wide j 50
7 Inches wide 2 00
Inscrtlnn to match 2 Inches aiv.J
4 luetics wide
H Inches wide
10 Inches W'de
1 Inches' whin
7 Inches wide
t) Inches wide
2" Inches wide
A' 12 13 K
we B.li. n sin 11 line of
frln lov Millie.
arc now ...
2 are now'!"!! " "'
r.r: ?ri ho
. olfered .'yeK
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