The Dallas Weekly Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 10, 1885 Page: 2 of 8
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ii:xAt. rmjiwDAY. HKiTiCMrtrtii 111. mr.
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THI Din MIITINU AT &T I'AUL
Jrniutra of the liimi.i I n( Ik
Ursst Metier M alerw )! II in ml.
Ha iihrti la Hire Trrin.
r 4nili Api'inpi U-
tlnns la slf-vt-liip Thrill
M. Hflft. I The Khun 1
0alii! of th Wrftitrwa.Vs i'.jiiv. Ill:" I
'I til t'lorlcr Hi I'l '. i.i.
Ml. l'..SJ. Ol Olimlls '.-ilt Hi K-. the
resolution bad lioou vrfoo:- ai it
would In rtpirtocl at uri im oi-
arottt'l. II ih 'iix'at tU-y w.mM Im
uouur.l!l lll"'l'HIljlrt li' I l.o C'll.N ' Uliull
bi-LUd r Kiislie of 1. lU'nUim mm
IuvkiiI hv Hi convention mi l i.rn-
ceettiit t tll-almio i!io pulillu mluil I
the u.nx (tint tlmr wH nuv unt'i :o i-
Union the part il tl:s Nnir.li I'Kninxi
the iiK'i liver ImpiiiVi.iui'.ii- lla
1.1I1I: "Ymi will IUjU llin Ni.inlieru
rt'r uiit.utvt ready mi I aiulnus 10
loinwr.'i the North 'in .eciiriuE innu
t'cufrii mii-li H'rn)rUtli 114 umy
Iib 111 . It'll tn seeuro wMttwyH
Wlut .' asked by ih invention
Bhould inn rt LMiimuoriMl rlimy
but i u Jt demsnil which must ha
ermitid. Your vol i'u must ulid hbll
bB henril Mini 1 1'ltRlnn 111 V so! I to voice
ynurm nninuut in C'ihi;roi.."
Chi a 1'nrr of Illinois; Mr. Murphy
of low and ex-luvurnor Hrae-i ol
Jlllml- iillBiole In advocacy ot thn
JU'HIUvftl I'Blial Bt'N r WlllcU tl'fl 0OU-
vei'tl'"i no uriK uu . p. 111.
T'lM C I Vllllt I WHS C tllO.l t'l ITUOf
alU:l'i u. ui. ami the ciiiuinlit u rt
ported H10 re.-.olu'1'iiis as follows:
Wiiku:.ah. lu order t'l Hi-ouro to pro
duc-rn In nil part ol the (vmu'.ry tho
hiKMiirit pnmiuio roturu fiir tuoir ri-o-duct
and tho limit tnvorutil) tx-
cuaux"1" hiiii' our proper rula-
tioiiH in tl.o condition ui tlin lurelirn
mark t it l emiitll lut tho ot ol
tranHpiirtatlou bo rtduut-J to tho inlnl-
Jtetolv 1 That tUo Immediate corn-
prelin H'Ti iinpr ivi'iui'Ut of tli Mia-
Bisilpi l bhiI 1 111 MiHOiiri rlvnrB anil
tbelr li'.vi ;i1i!h tribiui.rl. h to tii full-
sleitonv of tboir urotmblo cpc!iy
in oiilnr to UK-lire hhio jxjiii'tincnt
anil rl!nhlii tl Bnr.o'' f Kuilirii ni
depth und bieAiiiii t" utlurl ul hll
fengoDti of tbo yoir auii'l.i n-
cilititut for tbo wattr triiiport-.itlii of
tho Liioiiiioiion of tlin Ml8Hii!ri vitl-
lcy h ili'iutniipii of ttiu Kdvoimiint t of
tllO unuou otiiie- uvtiviiry noiiiu.jrii"
tlou of coinmorolal nnl aKrioiilturnl
advuncouinnt and by ju'io nr.d an
eQliehliiiicU pilloy of promntin tl.n
trciiieiity mid tne clotonbo of tl.o
Kebolved Tbut wo faror eny mori-
torious pnjuct for luoreaind vntor
tin(.rwtatl"n facllitlt a by whloli tho
general iiiitomis 01 um y;:oih
country may to (" lisorvod and
we ootiimpiid n liberal poiiiiy
Jn tlila regiird to tho ct.rolnl o jnii'.li-r.t
tiou ami lntolliKut aupport of Coc-
grdfsj hut wiK.fviii ibo piTin iuunt iin-
proveuii'iuof the Mianissii pi and tUe
Missouri rlvera and their navijt.iblu
'tribut irlm ncrordiuK sonio coia-
prelienilve plan emtirai'iui; the whole
auhject cf paramount iniiAirtnnce.
Kusolvd Thai theMiaNlsulppi tivnr
from tl. falls or (St. Anthony to tho
tiuirof Mexico is the groat national
1 blk'hwnv for tue coaiumrno oi tho
Went aud tho distance between tho
said falls and the mo it 111 of tho Obio
being more than hatf tuo diatanoe of
tbo navigable wators of aaid river
Una .'Ived.Tbnt nuflloiont appropria-
tions ahoulti be inn!e to pivo aix f'eot
of water in tho MIhkIbmphI river from
Cairo to the lalla of di. Autliony at
theearlit'stpraiticiblodat? ani tlia
weurjjo upln CongroHS thHt an limno-
diato appro; nation bo mado for thi
ainou..t lieceasary to coaiplc.to Raid
work and we also favor itontiauing
liberal appropriations by ConRresa for
tbe improvement of tho Miaslaslppl
from Cairo to tbo gulf.
Kesul ved Th'-1 appropriations ah ouM
be made by Conirrohs ior improvement
from the bead of the MiasiHsippi to tho
DBViKiU'lH BOiiroes thereof in accord-
anco with the recommendation of cor-
ernment enginoera; and we recom-
mend to Conitr08.i tho oartiful enn-
Bideration of the report of the reeident
ooginera to the war department on
the reaeryoir system oi tbe upper Mi-
diaalppi. Whebeab Tho Missouri river one
of the largest and longest rivers iu the
world watering an agricultural and
mineral country unsurpassed in
wealth; its borders populated by
over 600000 people yet iiover
havinfc received a direct appropria-
tion lrnm Iho national (jovernment
lor its poueral improvemeut prior to
the Forty-ninth Congress; therefore
Resolved That wo earnf-stly reo-
ommend and urge tho preannt and
permano t improvement of tho navi-
gation of tbo Missouri river upon a
goneral aud syaiematio plan to pre-
pare it for commerce by fctaamor and
barge and we urRO a policy of large
Btidcoi't'unous nppropna'.ioiiH by Con-
gress then for. We further rocomoicnd
that tho improvement bo carriod for-
wtad. as a UibLlnct and tcpuruto inoi.s-
nro and in not less than livo divisions
of tho river and United (States en-
gineers and civilians resident thereon
with equal application of appropria
tiou to the several divisions; auu we
do now demand appropriations lor thin
wrk. commensurate with tho wealth
and growth of the treat country
tributary thereto; ita remoteness from
Eastern' markets aod the
fitness of tho river for
a great commerco and the
construction of ways at suitable points
for tho promotion of boats against
damage irom ioe.
The resolutions then recommend the
enlargement of tue ildnela and M ioh-
igan canal; the construction of tbe
Hennepin oanal; tho improvement ol
tho Sc. Marie canal; tho improve-
ment of the Red river of tho North;
the completion ol improvements of the
Fox and Wisconsin rivers; the im-
provement of the Yellowstone the
Chippewa the St. Croix and the Min-
nesota rivsrs and the improvement of
all harbors to which this system of
rivers is tributary and finish
by expressing the opinion tost
au annual appropriation of $2500010i.'U
for tho Improvement of the rivers and
harbors ot the United States and the
construction of artificial waterways
would not be extravagant. The reso-
lutions were unanimously adopted.
Jude Fryeot New York addrceeed
the convention on the Florida iibip
canal whfoh he said was tho routo by
which products should go to loroigu
markets saving 1000 miles and avoiding.-
tho dangers ol tha gulf.
The amount of losses by
lack of thin canal in 10
veari had been $75000000 with 5000.
000 extra Insurance added. The Mis-
sissippi valloy is the greatest feature
to the shl canal that is constructed
or that is possible to construct
on the Klobe. i We are
told- ' tha. tho water FVBtein
la nnrrftfidad bv railroad oonttuotion
and operation A little history may
be referred to. If there is any piaoe
in the world where oanam are most
useful tho old world would bo tue
place where such a t'.iinjr would be
demonstrated. England and France
contain 12000 miles of ca-
nals and improved internal
waterways. They found canals
' bo cheap in the United Kingdom that
the government has bought or leased
them all and o perates them in connec-
tion with rai'way. and it works well.
In Belgium tbe canals have earned
more tnan the railroads." look
at Holland: Ita . canals
ar - early ' us .. aumernuu
aslts highways and earn grt-at profl a
their mocka being up to 300400 ami
600 per cent. If caaals ar pmyed cut
why 1 1 1t that in ti Old World where
IhiuM f more settled they inor-j
their ba.l And canal stocks ara
the oe n tie market and can-
txH be houKhtT He reviewed the
1 Htoryof caoala claring that the
1 ' a bio eciral would be the beat
J 1 .1. how mna it
At '."" A ""
i f to. a . f I f lb nf 1 r- pi' t lin.f."
I l"iii'-r H11 i'l b'l
t I ill' - ii'H linn I in l.'if' r"
1 1 1 p l I I-1 cm It I ir- 1 ii i'i l
1. 1 n'lia tin (( r" l llm M ilii'l
li I liml initila It I'm liimXl "
1 1 1 n I riray In Hi" "il1. IU'
ll.iiiii-'I'lii i'ii-.l was al'-'i a ii" l th
1 ' I liii'llv 111 ih"I I A 1 'l ! 1 ")-
' I iv 1.1.1 at MilWKiiWii' I lit i-t 1'
".m Inn wl'i'Bl bv r -l i fii'iu h.. I'aiii
le Mllwaukra anil l-mriinl l'it llm.v
pr l.'i "'it pi r lnulinl a..d yi'ii imy
U'iw utipi bi Now Yi.ik or Mou-
tr.T" "I'lfti'en ccntii."
llieriihn hiis llo men 1:1 1 0 ttrub at
it lu'lurn II iii to llm iH't-aii. It no'
10 llm Kumpoau marki l Inadml liuw 11
witu clinwa until tlinro is 110 prolli.
W'ltli ihl canal v will
.oi i-oiiitliii'ii bnd the
iii.vil hId. ILtiiLChter). We all
Ilka railruit.ln. limy ara making us
i'1! rli'li but wd.) not want loKt t rum.
Tiutru la no trmililii aVout tho ttrlll".
!l In iho railroad avuK'iu and elbvatort
that's the trouble." Alter the conclu-
h'.oii ol tUia aldrexa home luithrr
business was transaiili'd aud tUu cuu-
vriiiinii aiiliiurni'd kl tit die.
'J'nii cordial aud heattv gretiutt be-
stowed ou Houutor Kuati4 Mj"r
llnrkn ini othiira of tlia ISoht Urluau
ooufnroiice oniuiiiituo is the sutjitct of
much tavnraiile coiiinioui lu-uiguk
A meiiiorlal aottiog lorlh tlie
Kr.m. iifimilitiiim and value of the airrl-
I'Uliuriil atui uiiuerai prudunta of the
Status and Terrilorltwuiuhraced within
tlm waterway system of tao North-
went ami attklng CougrebS U
coiiHidur tho matter of their
iiIiiiht) trmiHiiortatlon to marktit
aud make such appropriations
as w'lil nifot the dlsliod tiiid was
nd M'i'i'l and will bs preHontod to Con
luii-a at its oiinlug aessiou.
Wasuisoton Hupt. 4. Tbo actinjt
postuuhtor-gcntral has oppolnlod the
following fourth-clai-s pDHlinat'rs:
O'llo Moxlco. Koliert Uu'itillicri
Lit. lu (Sandusky llurk W. Murtin;
Miirscilles.llnnry llandvlchy; Weston
Itiirimid lndlkopler; Shawrteotciwii
1 uoiims a uusnoug; ivirny isd iu v
Knias Uslesburg John McCarthy;
KroiiHon A. I'ord! 1'omoua J. it.
NebrHHka l'lerce Arthur K. Oosh-
o.n. Tennussoa Grnnvlll?. F. A Vellv;
(ilenu'a Store J. I-!. Ulonn; Fanohor's
hi till Mm. L. I. 1-Alienor; iviriKiora
T. 11. Spook; Klkhorn Thoaias N. Bur
ton; Staiiiilon l ))iot Adonis itagland
tnwa Uitbors Stitlou. ii. J. (Irin-
null; Charlot'.H. William F. Uoulahan;
frHtoii IN. usi'oss; Jiaiinus a. u.
Cressen: Dixon U.J. WulU'; Jtaiiusa
James M. FwnUorifiUil: Cascade James
A. liaynoa; Uurant JoanpU Weaver;
Miii'iiHhury J. Li. 1-ive; itaymoau v
L. Do. rick ; Iron Mills J. S. Trr.cy.
Th t'ottou Crop.
New Orleans Sept. I. The month
ly re port of t'.io Nalioual Cotton .ox-
ch a ngo says of tho growing crop:
For tho first time this seaann ra-
ports dhow a deiorloraiiou iu crop
pmcpocis butslioudin;; was so preva-
lent during tha greater portion or Au-
gust that w itu the exception of Vir-
Ritiia aud Florida no B'.ato haa held
its l'ormor rating. Kust and worms
liavo uImo dono some liarin.
it utom lands ciimplaiu of ex-
cxceNnivn raina und coBoation
thereof would do much toward luiug-
iog thesa sections up. Drought has
been the trouble on ttio uplands cud
throughout tho trealsr part ol Texas
but iu tho latter State particularly
timely nhowers have fallen quite re-
cently in many localities and the
prospi'Cts have accordingly bright-
ened iu tbo dlstrii'ts so favored. Iia-
bor as a rulp Is sufliciont and work-
ing woll. Takon altogether tho crop
na'i mtt with a reverse but lavorlng
seasons from now on with a late
lrerzo would go far teward compen-
sating for tho seasons above stated.
Tho percentage lias been reduced fr im
97 at tho eud of July to 01 now. Ap-
pended are State averages:
Virglula 01 North Carolina... fl
Hiiu li Carolina. . . Hi Georgia M
Florida Ui Alabama 01
Tminewioo Ul Arkansas 88
Mli-HlKalpiil Ul Louisiana VI
Average for the lUt 1
New Freight Kate an Craln.
St. Louis Sept. 4. Freight rates on
grain from hero to the soaboard have
been brought into line witu those from
Chicago and the opon rate now is 14
centB to Now York 12 to Philadelphia
and 11 to .Baltimore. A break in tue
higher classes of freight is expected in
a day or two.
Tho 'Week's Fallarss.
Ni:r York. Saut. 4. The business
failures throughout the country dur-
tho lout Kevon days us reported to it.
f in.. .r tn et tlw iniriiirt.llri
egoncy to day by telegraph number:
For tho United States 148; for Cannd.
19 as against a total of ISO lunt weok
aud 177 the week previous
A Frlze Fight.
PiTTSBuno. Sent 4. A prize fight
for a purse of $201 between Jack Beck
ahd James Wirt local pugilists rougui
on the Forryvllle road early this
morning resulted in Wirt being
lrnnnL-url mil In t.h .SYtl.h mund. AbOUt
151 persons witnessed the mill.
a receouou win wo iuuudiou
frey upon his arrival home to-morrow.
Boat Race Postponed.
Manhattan Aon Sept. 4. Tho
boat race for $1500 waloh was to have
taken plane at Sheepshaad bay to-day
hnt.wf.11n Hanlan. Boss and IiSO was
postponed until Monday on account of
the reugunoss 01 iuo wawi.
Blaad B. Failed.
; Providknck R. I. Sept. 4. Maud
S. made an unsuccessful trial to lower
her record hero to-day. A brisk wind
blow up the homo strotJb aud tha air
was crisp and chilly.
Baltimore 2 1 Athletic 2
AT KKW YORK.
New York I Boston a
Judge Johm B. Eakiu.
Ttnnir. HfT)5. 4. John K-
Eaklu associate Judge of the supreme
court or Arkansas ciiea last nigui. v
Marshall Missouri where he wag vis-
iiing ruletives. He was a native ol
Bedford county TonDeasoe 63 years
1 .1 1 A.M U Ahtll.
vu auu mini iwui J
cellor and seven as supreme judge.
Iter. Btevan H. Tyng.
Ibvinoton N. Y. Sapt. 4. Rev. Dr.
qa.ai TT TtrrA rr ar H irl at hm resi-
dwibm j m -i
donee here st midnight last night.
.- Ir. Hanalnc to tha Bankers.
Nkw YoBK.SeU 4. Seoretary Man-
ninathla afternoon mat aamallparty
or banker in the treasury building
ui... K.bor rot hArr! the assuranoe
from t.10 interview with Secretary
Macnlrg that tne amniuini.rai.iuu
..11..1 .vw.ii.t thn ailvar oniaairs
law at tbe next session of Congress. .
'Slaoa Vaaroa SUll Lives. '
Nuiuu Rii.ut. Seot. 4. The re-
nr.Hn which have been circulated that
ex Senator Simon Cameron had died
here to day are raise. Mr. Cameron is
well ana nas dni out nous wuj'
HO CHANGE IN IfO WflANQl t
Knlnliii of In'"" Ifsilura null Mi4f
1mIH I nsftuiita Ai'iilu-r I'h
and limpet' iriii4rti-A k
bf Hlmti'ir aiiil Trln Ni
llrvnk Kiprriril kH.
Ki. Loi n Hupt. 4 At 11 o'clock this
iii'irnlnir I'lutlrinau V. Towdi rly
ami rS.writtaiy Fi iuil: Turner of tho
general 1 x'siullva beard ot the KnlghU
o! l.wl'ur i-alli'd at tho ollloe of Uvtioral
Mauager TVmarfo and "ulmtittad tho
lollowiug as 1 ii. I r ulllmatiiiii in th
11 Himr ul I Ini Wabanh trouUlm
The goiiiirnl intmillvs board of tho
K eight or I.nhor ankn
First Tha' a gancral order be Issued
along the Wauitsli hues lOnlruoilu-n.arti-r
liitetis.'ilca ami f"ioluuii thni
110 oin-iruillu.iUuii must be mad a in
uit empluyiug of nu n on account ol
belnif moiubtii of tho Knights ot I-
bor. riticanil That all tunp'oyos who
have iu any uiannur Ukmi an o'.lvo
part kinuo tue Mill of June lu the n -tlHtiumtof
the trouble begiven tlmir
(Misl'lon held p.ior lo aaid lCiU o:
Tftlrd That all oI.'it employns who
were lucked outou June lii'.h f" riilu-
stutud nn or lioloro Ociuhtr 1 lsts).
Fourth That all k' hsvo come out
since ilion In aiipHirt 01 tluiae lurked
out on that (Utii ini si 'o leiuHtaud 011
or bulure Omoncr 1 Mf5.
(Signed! Fkkiibuiok Tr.vKit.
Mr. 1'owderly alo allowed tol"-
gram from Kiulnlin slgueJ K. W.
Drow ohalriuan cf tho ninth Mouth-
wintorn cominiitso aaylng t nut if the
matter was uotsniilmi to-day hi) ci.uld
not held oil' the k.nilhwtiiiibrn kyslaiu
lutlieultive demand General Man-
ager Taluiage of lh Wabash atuuid
to Powdoriy and Turner Ibat tlie Wa-
baah was lu tho hnnils of a rocMver
and thai tho court
always asking tho manugo-
meut tw nut down cxpus.";
consequently ho could ot put tho
moa I work now. its ho had nnitlu r
tun work uor tho money to pay them.
Iu regard to the dom'.inds luaile iu re-
gard to October 1 he declared tint ho
could say nolnliii; row.as iio did not
know what tho doniauda for labor or
the tlnaunlul condition of the road
would be at that a ui'.
Messrs. 1'owdorl v and Tnrnor retired
on receiving Mr. Talmago's loply and
held a n-crt.t cooferoiico with the
Wabaih (liHflct onmmllteo at tho
Plantura' hninn lastlug several houri.
At 'I p. ui. they weru not ready to siiy
what aciion iuty would take.
Tho coulVirtuce continued most of
tho uReiar m mid iuither considera-
tion of thi situation was had this
evenli::. In con verstitlon. with Sec-
retary Tumor to nlht that gontle-
maa staled that no delinite
oonclii'ioa had boen roarUod by
tlie counuiUuo; that no lino
of action had been docliiod
unou and that he ranliy had nothing
now to give to the public. Do said that
ho far an lie r.iuld aeo tho situation is
practically tho a.-vino thut it was beforo
tha exeoutlvo cominiltco wont to Now
York. Ai to whether a direct is9uo
would be made Willi Mr. Trainings
bo could not say but ho thought the
probabilities were he would be given a
ressonablo timoto reinpiy with their
demand; in fact they had already
given him until tho latof October to do
S'. Messrs. Fowdorly Turner Oough-
liuand Trevilick or Detroit will go
to Sidalia tu-o'orrow to look
over tho ground thoro and confer with
II. W. Drew tho chairman of tho
Southwestern committee respecting
tho situation on tho Oould roads.
From Sedalla Powderly and Turner
will go to Cincinnati and from thence
Mr. Powdtiiywill go to the South-
west. A fii-Uoir Strike.
Muskeoon Mich. Kept. 4. Ths
shingle inon hero aro out on a utriUe
for 10 hours work per day or increased
pay ior more time than that. About
600 men are included in the strike.
Throe hundred wont cut yesterday and
others will follow to-day.
Cltl.HHS AND 8IJALtIES.
Vincennks Iud. Sept. 4. Threo
township trustees of Davies county
Indiana have disappeared. It is said
they issued fraudulent ordors on their
respective townships and on tho
credit of tho name easily raised money
aud absconded with It. They aro
Charles A. Brown trusteco of WbbIi-
lngt.cn township; John O. Rsusley
of Steele township and John Clarke
of Barr township. They are supposod
to bo in Canada. The amount of money
carried away by them is variously es-
timated r.t from $50000 ta $00000
Great excitement prevails.
AnetHer Man and Mora M jney Klsili;
Lccisvillu Sept. 4. Joseph II.
Hoi 111 a alios uiaiiufuulurtJC and aaur-
chaut is missing. Suits were filed
against bis to-day charging that he
has left the State t dafraud his cred-
itors. He is tho treasurer of the St.
Charles Benevolent society and sev-
eral other German sooleties. It is
charged tnr.t he has taken several
thousand dollars belonging to these
urirunlxtlnna with hiul. lie loaves
also a number of creditors lie left
homo i'uoaday by way of the back
door and has not bson seen hy hi
family slnoe. Polloy ana lottery
playing are said to have been tho
cause of Helm's downfall.
Anotktr Territory Trgdy.
Fort Smith Sept. 4. New reached
here to-day of a killing which occurred
lastwoek in the Vlrdigrls bottom in
the Chrokee Natlen. Dick Sutherland
and J ake Burns had a quarrel on Frl-
rlnv over some corn. Sutherland Baid
re would settld it next day. He met
Burns next dav driving along tberoai
and told him he had come to
settle tho diilionlty or tho day before.
Burnn got off nls wagon and Suther-
land fired at him with a shot-gun put
ting IS buck-shot into him and as
. . . . 1 . I. J : . t. r. Cn.U...
DUIUU CUUlUtlu IUV 1110 wnwu uiifcuni-
land tired asain. killing him luat.antlv
Both wore white men. No arrests have
as yet boon mudo. .
Tha 8t. Loo is and Wnco Gonntcrrclt
ST. Louib Sept. 4. Jailer Selgmund
who has charge of IiUClus A. White
undor arrest here for counterfeiting
Brazilian treasury notes -received to-
day a letter from United States Dis
trict Attorney Poorre or Waco. Texas
stating that a writ or habeas corpus
had been issued for White who is
ted to testify against his brother
Joseph H. White nor under arrest for
the same OinnPB a ytbuij. 0 iiur OBI-
man will probably start fr Waco with
hi pnsonor to-morrow. -
Thi Chicago Election Fraud Case.
rwrriAoe. HoDt. 4. The Dally News
nuawa. Illinois (special aays: the
supreme oourt this morning overruled
the motion for a continuanoe in toe
r tm.mIi ft Xfanlrln. nnnoiflwrl
cwia Ul Vryn v. " . t
ot perjury in the election fraud oases.
it was arguea mat m"uiu un-
der a eeutence in the Uuiid Hrates
.-.n.. m .lainn In aHrAiinA iif the
one pending in tha United States su
preme onnn wouia jnovn a 1-ii'iii'
jurisdloiion. Tins and another point
rMirardlng Maokiii'a bondsiunn weto
overruled. It i expected tliat Maek-
ln' case en appeal will be hoard next
. Beware OaTr4 for Trala RebbVrs.
Kaw sab Citt. Sent. 4. The Times'
Jefferson City special says: Governor
fit if ".Ink frs'.le I-
I 1 '. .... I. ..I 1 II 1 11 ; f- 'f I
Hun. i'h f.ir Him Kit.. -1 'i I 1 .ui
( 1 1 e f hi r m 11 fi'iinei'i I In 11
i f iv
r'.iii'iirt at BI 1 Mpriiias '
Wk I'i' iH
iUv i llil.
Au I'll Trala li.
I'ittsiiuiiii Hnpl. 4.-A lank car ou
West l'iiiiiiylviila fillwsv C-intrfln-I
t i ll eapliiiln 1 this morning l.iully
Ixn nli K a tire kiiimiil I'li'iiii-is Itifstt
iif Cli.Vi'Und Olihi Biul antiiiu flra t'l
thi'tritlii. Tii'i II Hutu Wi rs niih.liiiil
hnsievar befoie B'jrloiis (lain tgn re-
silllud. Ill Orouksand llltf Mall.
'BW OlILKANS Hpt. 4 J. 11. Allf-
(lernorle atui Krasmm Khepherd
were orriil;ned buloro United
stuf-s Cjinmlsion ir WrUht. Tlmy
wmv'id i'iinlii!l hi and wrr-i rii-
inaiiili"!. Aiirdniiiorie' bil was tlx oil
l.t$J0OK) Suuphurd'a at $1000).
Nhw YottK Hept. 4. Honor Su.ire
IhaSpaulah cmtiul-giiueral ellloially
anl emphatically donleathe story that
l.lmb iu (jauahen tho Cuban liiKiugent
hail gained a du.iln over tho Spanish
troops lie said thero wan no founda-
tion ior audi report.
A Lleuteaaut With Haiuawt Qaraalae
Trcsox Arlz.iiia Bipt. 3. A Fort
iio wis ipeclal a:yai Lleutenaut Guye
has just returned from Mexico with
32 meu having uiado.lC03 miles since
May 19. II 0 has in charge 15 of (Joron-
lunj's squaws uud children a prison-
ers. He reports that in the Into Bchts
Uoroiiluio picked up his favorite child
aud rushed out 01 1 ne oauip. niu.i ue
was surprised and had to run tho
n-MiTitlrttolrllliii. tno li'lht shots of fin
Cuiricahuas and Hsn Carlos tribes. Ho
wa nhot twice and dropped tho boy
and ran covered with bio d and with
ins leit arm euau'Tou. mi rqunwa
ssv he was shot through tho body.
Some of thain say hols dead.
A Bad Draw alas Trage dy at Wash
WAsnixaTON Sopt. 2. Tho particu
lars of a sad tragedy on the Fotomao
river lost evening by which John II.
Morgan the only sou of Senator Mor
gan of Alabama and Mr. Emma
Dtla Stolla a lady living at 2116 G
street (North west). lost their
lives aro as follows: Mrs.
Morgan who was a mumber
of tho Washington Canoe cluu left
the club houso buout 4 o'ciock iu tne
niteruoon going in thn Iola a double
canoe with Mrs. Htclia. winio Mrs.
Stella's niec-i miss Lima Kiouartny
acrempanled thorn in a eingie oanoe
as alio desired to praotico pa Idling.
A1) 7:15 o'clock whuu about 11 quarter
of a mile billow .thooliain bridge ttio
d'ubie canoe waso'ipa'awl ami both Its
occnpiinindrownod. Mr. Morgan went
do'.vn whilo iitfiuiptteK to wave his
coinpiinlon. Ho was a good Kwimmor
but of vorv i-light build. Mies Mc-
Carthy who had turuod her canoe
down Btreuin and was tunw diataune
in advance happened to turn bar head
and saw the I'il4 upret. Sho ku'Y its
two occupants in thn water aud heard
Morgau call ''Lala" before he sauk.
She at otiuo turned about but when
she had pa I J led to the spot both Mr.
Morgan tmd Mrs. Stolla lmd
iii.aDnear(d under tho water. The
canoo it appsira had struck a suakou
rocu. 11U1II WHS HUUllUtlueu UUI blivi
bodies omld nut '13 found. Mrs. Mor-
gan is oritloally 111 and sho has thus
fur been kept iu ignorance of her sou's
death for feir the ahook of tho an-
nouncement would prove fatal.
Ex Paso Sept. 4. Spoolal. El
Paso was terribly startlod this morn-
ing over two bloody and fatal trage-
dies. The excitement is still at over
heat tn-ntglifc and tho prospects aro
that lynch law w.'li bo put lutoopoia-
tion before tho dawning of another
sun. J. C. Shoon roaJwaRMir on tho
iloxioan Central has roomod in Paso
del Horto. This morning at about 1
o'clock ho awoke with severe cramps.
He aronaed a friend who was Bleeping
in tho saino apartment." anu
askod him. to go wltn
him to a saloon and get
some remedy. They wont to a cnloon
and tha bartender mixed them up a
drink after which be sut down. In a
few niomonts a mau by the name of
Dave Opponhium walked into tho
saloon anu r-nnarkud that he
wan looking for 'a light at the
same time approaching Suoou. Cilioon
told hiin that ho was nlok aud did not
wautauy trouble with him. The bar-
tender nor' lljla of Oppenheim
mid put him out of the sa-
loon. Oppenheim caaie baak and
begun to lire at Shoon who was ait
ting down. None of tho shots took
illoot. He theu pulludout a knife and
running at Shnou s.abbed him sevtiral
times In the botf-ls. He thoa ran
but was captured and placed
in j til. Sneon is mirried and his who
has just given birth to a child. The
wounded man expired at 7 o'clock
this morning. Tue decoased had been
employed ou the road since the enter-
prise was started and no
man in the company' service
or in all tho community had more
frionds than he and his sad demise is
deplored by all. His remains ara in
charge of the Masonlo bodies of El
Just after the sad news about Shoon
had reached this side of the river and
n his friends were running over
lo his RBSleUnoo tho report
of a rwvolvor was heard on tuestui
morning air and a man with pistol in
hand rushed outof the Atlantic danoe
hail and made lor the river. Constable
Blocker followed the man and cap-
tured him lust as he had reaobed
tho bridge and he was conveyed to
iil. where he nave hia name as H. P.
Barry; ooouoatiun tolegrapu operator
at Siarra Blanco. At t he d'ince hall
s retched out upon the fl ior laid
Private John McLaughlin of the
Tenth infantrv. with a bullet hole in
bis back. Tue trouble was caused
bv a woman McLiughliu seeing
Berry Dull.bts pistol rau bat was shot
intheb iok. Ho was carried -to Fort
Bliss whore he expired to-night.
Waco. September 4. fSpeoi al.l The
city council met last night. Tho re-
ports showed that the intorments dur-
ing August in the dift'drent cemeteries
wore 35 five being from the country.
The ordinanoe modifying the pres-
ent Sunday law pi?sad by the city still
hangs fire. There aro two bsfore the
c juuoll now but both laid over to next
Iiast Wednesday a man giving his
name .as Henry Wayne was ar-
rested on . KtiHulclou of having
a stolen herse in his pos-
session. To-day a doputy sheriff of
Nayarro conuty identified the horse
as tbo property or Harvey Dun who
had it stolen from bun inCorsioana.
The Bheritf here refuses to give the
prisoner up and says he will hold
him for trial in This county.
A. J.' Smith of Thornsdale Milam
county was brought in this morning
by Deputy United Ststea Marshal
William lh charged with sending
an obscene letter through the ran
He gave bond in the sum of $i00to
await tbe aotion or tno United Mtates
Tonight at 9:15 a fire broke out In
the feed fct'ire of W. R. Sills on Anstin
sveriuo. It was simtim before the
waier o-ald tv put ou f tie tire but o w-
Ijit; to ii be'.jg htv vfll night it did
not moktu-'iT. 1'iawtvv. Tbe amount
antnaUy bur. ' n . HI baldly reach
r-bouati tuo ds magi" by water oauuo'
be estimated tt - ilnht. Mr. Hills had
lust taken out ti-ts inornlug iusuranoe
for $800 in the Joues aud tiowery
agency he did not remember the com-
!. 11 m " 1 11 viiei ii'fi
li.i I I'miui't M l''iiliiil lii.'tldht lis
i i iirn'1 In I '" It'iyal I'tiB (iiiiiilnn
st pr'Mit i'f ' Ii" ''is il ths fir Is
Ihm Mr. Ilillinrwas luirnlng whiid
r ihIi lu His b"k rrl 'i t Mis lire
spread in (It "f I'i Mr. H li's yard.
Dr.i.'ATvn rtepl. 4. Hponlal. I'ro-
lilhUlun Is mo hot In this county and
Ihosft for tn I iiKklnst it aro loliig 110
time au I l hnuldlug no iifTorl to
carry their l'itir tvi vlotory t. thn
ap) r iselilug 'tilLOtlon wbleh will be
next Tuesday the h'.li. The prtihlhl-
llou cloiiieut 14 drliikiuic more water
and working liardor ami tho whNUy
iuiiii are drinking biore whisky and
talking louder tliau ever beforo. The
neutral is Imaiegnd lroni bulk i.dos
ami la being lully liiilruotod a to the
proper course tn this matter while
1110 nki owd darkey la having a feast of
irtio lager. Ail tha stutlNltca favorahlo
and unfavorable that oould b
obiiilM'd havebien gathered up outl
koaitored luoadOMt over the oountry
A clicular letter against prohibit ion
addrsaned to th: votora of WUe
county by It. C. tS;Wkinan has cro-
ated quite a stir and wlll duubtluBS be
aunwsrad bslora eloc llmi. The inter-
tills growing on both kldeaaud speak-
ers 011 both aides will harangue the
cillz?iis until tho enn'roveray iu Bot-
tled. U Is generally oouceded how-
ever that prohibitum will oarry in the
oouuty by 400 or OOI) votes. ;
OuonaETOWN Sapt. 4. Spoclal.
The Now York dispatchos containing
accounts of ths Uolland-DavU trag-
edy creates oa.islderabio sannatloii
and oommont horo. This or a similar
b 'gu Hrm of 1 V-a have bnnn writing
to sevorid eltiasns here trying to in-
veigle them tut.'i koine of thoir mauy
BA iaiillug operations and 0110 o' tw
have be" 11 oxienaivt'ly ll'jocad by them.
Holland lived hero aevoral yearj ago
in wod aud favorably known to mauy
el'.izons especially the Odd Follow
lh is a iiumiber of that order raid his
n:lati"UH hore aro most oxuelleut peo-
ple. It In generally believed he was
trying to unearth aod brlnj; to usiice
a set of infamous Hooundrels and
Hwiudlcrs aud lu doing so was cora-
pelkd to Kilt one of them.
MavsiiaMi Sept. 4. Spoclal.
Duop and hoartfole was tho sorrow of
tho people v-ben it was announced yes-
torday evoning that Dr. E. P. M. John-
soa was dead. Dr. Johuson was born
in Lawreuoe county Goorgla March
17 1810. He was married October 10
1839. Sevauteon children wors bom to
himself aud wife 14 of whom survive
him. He graduated in mertiolue at
the schools of Louisville Kentucky
and Wow York citv. Ho settled iu this
city in 1851 aud has practiced hia pro-
fession auiongi.t this poopl.i ever sluoo.
For ovor 40 years he has boon a ruliug
elder iu tho Cumberland Frosbyteriiiu
hur.:h. Ho was striokoa with piimly-
rdu some throo yeura elnco but it wbb
not until tho last six months that
ho had beau conflucct to his room.
During allthoso miiny mouths of ag-
ony mid pain ho bora his Buffering
with humility and resignation. Truly
a good man has gouo to his reward.
The fnnoral took pluco thin uiorning
at 10 o'clock. The Masonlo fraternity
and tha physicians turned out in a
body. The funeral services took place
at tho church nud was largely at-
tended. Thatpertlon of the comuiuulcstiou
appearing In tho Fert Werth Gazette
ot the 1st instant ftltned W. B. P.
whoroin ths author takes occasion to
severely criticise the publlo aad pri-
vate charaotsr of Colonel
Hoxle meets with no
lvor or approval among the more
conservative people of the city and
county. A numerously signed com-
munication has gona forward to the
Gazette in whicn the authors repudi-
ate the personal aoiinua of this com-
munication in question and Bay that
tho author ifloue ia leponsible tor the
same; thut this city ha3 no war to
wage on Colonel Hofio or auy other
individual in or out ol tho G.iiiH fys-
tom; that the questions at issue ia tio
tweenlhis city and county and tho
Texas & Piioifio Railway company
aud mii'.'t be settled by luw iu thu
event of a failure to bring about an
adjustment of tho dtfToreucis by arbi-
tration. Tho people io calm
and di-ipastiionato in this mattor.
Thov have an abiding faith in tha
juhtuoe ot their course ani are wil-
ling to ntauil by it.
Tjo rewignanbn of Colonel' James
Turner as attorney of tho Gould sys-
tem at this point wont into effect on
i he 1st instant. F. a HeudergRSt cf
Franklin wicooeda to tho posltiun and
will nitiko his headquunors i.i this
city. . .
BoWlE Sept. 4. Special. The pub-
lic schools of B jwio will ba opbnod on
t'ae li'h lastaut. For Che oonvanleuoo
of the citizsns a S!f3ira68 suhoul will
becouduotea In tuo sotim side of tho
town. This will bs under thu manage-
meut of Profasser L. E. Allen of Ox-
ford Mlasissppi. Tho oeouring of
Profassor Allim will llitoly prove a
valuable acquisition in connection
with school interests; as he is a grad-
uate with B. A. of the University of
Missiuslppi has been conn&otvd with
sever -i 1 institutions ef loarnlng as
teacher and cornea highly recom-
mended as an xoerienoed instructor.
Professor L. H. R isser for the past
three years -principal of tbo high
sohool will oontinuo in obarge of tho
Beheol at the academy building.
Mr. Jaaties Stalllngs. fr. ou . of
Enquire Stalling" experienced a pain-
ful acilclent a lew d'iys since fhile
on his way with his futher te Throck-
morton to locate some stook and
while riding in tbe dark hit horso ran
against a wiro fence falling en it und
cutticg himself and rider iearlully.
Jimmie received a cut te the bone
from the inuor side of Wis left leg to
1 M opposite side near the thigh. He
was t hen picked ond dragged some 40
yards bolero extricating himself. He
hai beau quite sink froul tha wouud
aud bruises' but-is Improving steadily.
Messrs J. II. Harper and T. P.
Cheney hum of Jscksbiro havo lo-
oated in B iwie. Thuy Will raansae tbe
dry goods and grocery housos of D. C.
BOWELS &CHILDREH TEETHIKC
is THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY
lor Ihe bowels. It Is one of il.e most P'en'n'
At s teason when violent "''f "ewclja
in fmiuentiiome rioel relief lieulrl t at ha
no wearied mother if!n Ioep In niinln U
Utile one teething should iw 1'iod.lciJ?.i '
hoUle. Send Be. mmnpto alter A. lay 101
Atlanta Oa. for niddle B-wk. -
ammi mm r leln will cure OniRha Cio
inil tl bottlfc
nf M' Mlll.ar
If THt PAttTHY
Al.T-..rt. ff'lll r J
riMifff In Itmoti Or siDCvsi rt. 0vor CaktQ
rotinsludlla'aib.M dollPNlily amd nn
rally mUi-IVmH frmm uhUH tbyreidi
OU STEISUTE AM) TRUE FBC11
FL1T0B TIIEY ST13ID 1L0NE.
Price Baking; Powder Co.
hlcaao III. 6t. Louie M0t
It. Prlco's Cream Ssking Powder
v. Prico's LupuIIn Yeast CemS
Beat Dry HP .
WE IIAKB DPT ONB OlUI.ITT
MOST PERFECT MADE
Purest and stromtest Natural Fruit Flavor
ninilla. lA-inon. oranee Aiinonu kosh cuo.
luvur as delicately and naturally as the unit.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.
w 10 ago. sr. umn
WiLL GIVE OSE THUUSAHD BBLQrS
For uByctii.s or tho followicz d!tcaw
wiui h uu. metiical faculty have pro-doudi-wI
Dr. Kichau's ScJden Rsmsdics
VII) not mulcaiiy cure. Dr. KichK-J'B
Golden HulKum No. I win cure Bypbllis ir.
Its primary and secondary sutjoii Kiii'h
a-- o!d ulc?'? and r.locvaled sore throat
ore evR i;;'.u eruptions soreness of the
ncalp ami il irtaKCsof the dlseane enull-
CHtlu dlscara ud meroury thoroughly.
Price 1 5 per bottle t wo bottles for $U. Dr.
ttichnn's (Jolileu Ii'ilwim No. 2 will cure
the third htages or Ttrtlnry Hyphllls
where Nyphllltic and meriuirlHi rhouma.
tlnm are oonnected with the n'lainjy and
Bccondary. I have hundreds of cofllfloate3
where miraculoiiB cures have been effected
by these remedies. Patients eat. and drink
what they like and require aooutwnid ap-
plications. Hiitdicds miffer fi-om syr-bl
lilio and mercurial rlicnmailum who are
not nwnre of It and I defy such to obtain a
rautcal cure without the uno of this rne ll-
olne. lis beuetlcla! eftects aro telt nt once.
It. hiui raised men from hospital Ikm! In oue
week w Uo have laib there for yenis und- r
the best practlllonera in the city and Is
the only radical cure for the wur.st din-
enne kuosrn Hypbuln. Price J5 per bot-
tle or two bottles for . It Baves yourtell
it saves yonrnrTsprivie from the taint of
this scourge. Dr. llichau's Goldon Anti-
dote a sale speedy pleasant and radical
cure for gonorrhoea gleet irritation
gravel and lill uruiary ilorangoments ao-
compauled with full directions war
ranted to cure. Price W per rattle.
Dr. Rlctiau's Golden ailjce .io Amour
a radical cure for Bpcrmatorrhoja general
iicblltty in old or young giving vitality and
in imri.l iik enerev with wonderful elfoot to
these who have led a Ufa of senFuallty or
solf-abii-e. It ia lnvnluablo to those who
ore anxious for an lnrcase of fmiiuy.
Nothing more certain in Its effects. It Is
composed of the mot powerful Ingredients
la the vegetable tc.tigd.im. Harmless but
epeed7 in roslurlug henltn. Price 15 per
noLue or iwo uot biu.. lur ri. AiauvauiiDu
ct a liberal dinconut.
(in receipt 01 price by mall or express
Ihese remedies will be shipped to any part
i f the United Bliitca and Oanadas free
f -oin ol sorvatlon. Prompt attention paid
(o nil cirosioudonce strlotly eonfldentlal.
Private parlor for ladies rhedoctorcan
lie consulted at his office from 8 a. in to 8
PAddres9Dr. D. B. KICHAKD3. No 53?
Vairlck Birent. Nnw V.irlr c'l v. N. v
iv.- - vnri fit -7 f H-rt PInr". no-v jit
;r:22IiirtetStrcot Tftijoy!o Ft
l;ct. Third and FoOrth ilUUtilUUUjU;
A rf-trtrlT riloetcd tm loealiT t(i)inf.l ;ihyaiaa arw
loor'f. uwMfulf tn UI practice yr'A mow.
GHKONXO and SfcXtTAI. Tu&
i)riaatorIioa end Impcittarr.
tit tin ruiult of cir-sbiiti In ycutU iciiicl -vti tl ui
turerrcr orotbtr cui. aud jircJiiCfHT MOsof ttiOUtr
hwiiiK er.'wti: NrTttisriMi. fii-mlr.! r'liiwMyiOylrht rpi
hlm ii) dnmil. Uiiunru of hiht D(.lciH' arrwrT. rhp
li-allKi: I'li'iplttiou fat-v ciHiiirt t Kdy-'igtriit w.
Coiirntl'm of ItleaJ Irfs vt fccxu-! IWcr &mWVi1c4
tljirri! iaiproi-er or ualiiij'ttr arj tlxroutjy ifctfl frm
i.t-ittly rurcl. SYPHILXS 'J
GLEET. Btj-kture Oic-iti lleil jittca
tlVn and otL'ir prlvmW dimsfi quickly currl.
U iait-lf-evi-kat that aphy utolftn h. pari f!I attokWi
tn a cprutn clan of dhaj an-t trfat'nn tlKHinaDtl ur.
illy wiiui'-cs nrtat tklll. lbyldiai ilf h!i foct ofiafl
re-icmniirn'l pcrwnt to my care. TTheo U 1 Inconvtntcut U
visit tho city for tnauaeut. medielpM cm bo ut H(M
nud arly liy lunll or express aiiylnrr.
Cures Gnuraiitccd iu all Cos.
JJSSSimpnallT m hr IttW free mnfl 1itW
('Urges tcabonable anl corrcptua!iicc tt '.ctiy iwufldarrt
L PRIVATE COUNSELOR
V 30tt Mill fit M BUT lidrlTW i.our.lj i-.ll fw Ihm
trt.. h.ur. from 8 M. lo a P. K BunJ.i't. ItolPAt
JJfhihtv. or anv Wattu
9QkTrcseotOTr--rcrkt4 LrRiii J na Buck K idepy H'
c K!i3umtumor ttift Ktrronj fcxhanstion foilowiDjirft
icrelioTi ur rteasMtr' If to it ft lo your interest n
t': calvanitf rleclriiift finj vsjnrtm as (nreatoUi.
Svtr.e if.v-.tnl fnia K'ucid ( aboTcut) rjjuw
ot:ira)jpjlr.iMifui by the ATrrlcn Qanic
l.t in tho mu-it Tiiteitive rcniMty known imtwiil turVi
:.vn Hialwt.t vvim niio tia nttuX htm i7
ta. Ij. A Do&l 81 Aiicl.ianin no. Chirairot 'fttuuiu
cruoina my (rouble cf .:ecn yvart siaattinf." (jrn i
ti:ifptrtl Diivr. " It 19 all that i l4ia)'sitr 1 ria
rc--.osir-nfl il.' Y.. 1. Tul raMPiiRf r At-ui: IJ 1. k
Nn. li fcioutn fyjTth Hiret ii. Looi. ' It did mn rmt
I mo titan yvu id it would.4 V IX Barliettv Wttle Hoa
fh.i ' It Tim rcj;o.-xi ne Co . pieta hrattb J.F.ftrt
Ii. lUWenl utrcrt. fat Loubt It nilrvnl aM ol too i
f wGt diiirjini( uinycnn i&t humty Is) beif r
fOTj(nfl of tretlmoTuiia can b aet-n tt met ofn
Snuffer Jit of ManLcoo and wtir-rwitacwof tB-iicrstroif
ir to etr that our arri'iinoet ao 4. wi can
rfit.n tortus o? He Cur Ho Pay.
Our Pamphlet "Three Tjp )f Bt OXfJlutet !l BO
rc or .n-Blcd for acts. vr-Ktaqe. tpeei (;h.j ur iwfat
avullatloa Free aad lavitceU
f- ' AMERICA GALVANIC COMPAN'?
SI? North fr. StU t- tiwW
iELAiT TIO TRUSS
am r n i
W t t4? wUl. u. (Ml a A
te. it u T6i. ti . K' y u. cii-m.
icpIhsjpP 7rn .o - RMef' '-v
Lyon a healy.
blate & Monr 8UUf Chlrmxfo '
n in asad yoa utetr
for 6 140 tOO aera' v
MtusrerMtik Jxilt Cava BrW
Pempotia Itpaulals Caa-Ijaasps.
ftkaaoa. Drum Major Btaflb aad
11a-. Boa-r Banal Ovti Bti
iBtatarialt. alte taelav Inttraettoaai
K)i far Atmateaf Baa4i asd a Ost-
'sloffte of o-otos ham mum laited ftp
jk SPECIAL '
fivn v- 101 fr- ilfii'tii Utren-rtH and Viffor o fhm
A II 11.
HrBK lret UbIIbii.
Id-j. tv ' -'iw '
Till Inatltntlnn eondneted liy tha Ur
iilliia lmlliill. 1 lllllal dsmnilily liM'Blod.
1 ii Hyaline of ediirallou iiirHiiil Udo.lKll.
ed todnveloitlie uieiital intiml and ptiyiil-
eul powera oi ihb pupua aim uimkii
tlimii iine'1'1 woiiwn of reflood Uutej aud -enillvaUd
TKU1IH llf AnVAKC.
Il'ianl waaliluic uid tuition. Including
Kaury Wuii und tUaonliimry Intlnn-
ary fipoiimn pur aaaniou of ne
immi Hi 122
M hhIo and use of plauo. 1
Knlianott fee (only f r th flrnt yuar).... 5
young ladle dilrlog adiiilluiioa Into
the Aciuloiny muni ulwaya pnidii.'e latla-
fiMilory tnmliiionluUaiid rHeoiiiniimdallon
Htmllii will b renamed Tuod.iy Kept. lat.
For lurtbor P'SlMilivPKaiOVU
Next Itm Commsnccs.eii Scptcmlieril
The prlnclptiln aro oxporleneed European
gradimte. Mialeru liinguaxe ltiipurted
b. natlvs tea hen. Puplm reeelvud on
tlie uioHt nioilurnte ternin mid educated for
private aud profu.Hlnnal life Civil service
exam uallouii luhoeU of mining and eu-
ttl.eerlng recclvo npo-lal i.iuiitlon ana
ieo al riite. allowed oil' ty kurvoyom aud
ntlieri dtwlrlug toqu.liry fur the blirker
examination. No enlluxe In Tnxaa oirura
more advautaKoii at a mn nler oohU Jtef-
ereuce lu Italian aud over Texan. For fur-
ther parti ulara tipply i' abovo to tlia
StEdw aril's College
Cuilcr tha Direction nt the Fathers
of Die iioiy L'roBi.
Isb-autlftillvBU uiited in a most plctur-
etquo and Healthy pnrt of the oul-sklrta of
Austin three miles noiith ofths itnto Cap-
lloi. The College olloni to young men ev-
ery facility fur a thorouirheducHllon. Ths
tudy of modern lnntrungen receives special
attuntloii. for Catalogue of tills Institu-
tion apply to
KBV. P. HCRTII O. 8. C
St. dnl College
dEXT SESS!-)y M Ei.PT 131085
Acadouile Fee 810. Law Feo S3.
Entrance exaralnatlon Si-ptember 18 and
191885. Expenses per month Including
board washing lodging Mel and light
varies from 3.67. In meaning club3 to (25
In private loardlng-houseB. Write for cat
JLliSLIK WAOUESBK Chaltrcan
TL. W SCHOOL
W&SHiKSTOI MB IEE l!!lITI
General Q. W. O. xjEK President.
Instruction by text book and printed
lectures with course of lecture on spe-
cial aubjecta by eminent Jurist. Tuition
and fees ISO for sestlon of nln months be
ginning September if. cor catalogue anu
fiill Information addresnChos A. Graves
Professor ot Law Lrtxtnr.ton Va. ..
NEW INU) CONeViW of MUSIC
Boston. Mass.. OLDEST In Amerioaj
Inrgestand best equipped in tbe world 100
lu si ructurs 1971 students last year. Thor-
ough Inst ucllon In Vocal and Instrumen-
tal Mu to Piano and Orgau Tuning Fine
Arts Oratory Llteraturo Krnnch German
and Italian Languages Enuilsh Branches.
Qymnai-tics eta. I'dltlo.i o to (20: bourd
a (id room . 45 ol'opcr term. . Fall Term
begins September ID IS83. For Illustrated
Uaendar givlufffull luformatlon aildrega
E TOURJttE Dir. Jfrauklln Square Boa-
U$IVO?SSTY CF VISSIMIA.
SFMIKEn WW LKOfCRKS (nln
weekly) begin Mth July 18x5 and end Dtb.
Keptomber Iiavo proved of signal HC9
1st tostudeutswhwde.-.ign to pursue their
studies at this or other Law Schools; 2nd
tntbose who propose to read privately:
an . Srd to pr.tctlttouere who have not had
Llio KdvaULUii of sve.tc.i...wc iii.sl.l'UJtl0U.
For Circular np-.ity (P. O li .. vemity of Va)
to J"BN B. Misor Prof. Com. and Htat.
TluBnrparsd ndvantogrs are offered at
HILL'S KOcJlNEHa t OLLEOK. In ad-
vance of Bny slmilr.r Texas chool. Ele-
gantly equlppe i with fine Inrnlturo. Four
teachers of s. lendld abl Ity and .. O large ' '
attendance. Beven atudenta frcm Louis-
iana this year. Total cost. Including
tuition ooard etc 9 to I iO. student -can
enter at any time vacation. Ad- '
dress R. H. Slldi President.
BUSINESS AND SHORT 1IANB
Bchool 8t. Louis Mo This iustltntion ha
a larger attendance than all other com-
mercial schools lu the city combined and
oilers the best facilities for giving thorough ::
lostruotlou in the oommercial and Eng-
lish branches ond short-hand. Bend. for
circulars . .
waris sEiij.Bi rija tauit. M
. Nashville Tennessee. ' -. '
This ln.tltutlo4.wlll bosli Us 41t rcsslon
Beptember 1 ltW-i. A speuta coach for th
students in Texas Louisiana aud Arkan- .
sas will leave Fort Worth in ohargo of tbe
agent Weduo-day morning September 2
at 'o'clock: will pass through Ditlas 8:44
a. m.; Maisiioll -f:0j p. m T -xnrlmna 7 :25
p. in ; Little llock at midnight. Let the .
voung ladles ia Louisiana meet us nt Mar-
shall. - J. O. PAT TON
Professor of Mathematlo and General
Agent Dnllns Tuxns.
i nti TJNIVKBSTTY OF TUB SOUTH
the Cuuibrrland Plateau 2000 feet abov
the sea level. This school under the spe-
cial patronage of the Bishops of tho Pro-
tectant Episcopal Church in the South
and Southwest offers the healthiest resi-
dence and the best advantages both moral
and educational In Its Grammar School
and In its Collegiate and Theological De-
partments. Jfor the special claims of thl
Un versity for patronage apply for docu-
ments to the F.ov. Telfair Hodgson Vice
Chancellor aewanee Tenn.
: Bdrord Connty. Virginia.
Prepares boys aad yonng men for Busi-
pess College or University. Full eorji of
Instrnotors- Tboreugnly and handsomely
equipped. Beautiful and healthy location.;
For catalogue address- -
MallevoaV. it. Vlrgluta. '
W.B. ABBOT ITIneipal. -
in. a. lunmil ili. -.' it.ii.tr nn -nf .
nftaiiRuiun in Mim n
.- iiextngton Virginia. ' 1 1
Instruction In the nsual acaderalostadle '
and ln he professional Kcbools of Law aud
Engineering Local Inn healthful; ex- .
penseB moderate. Session opens Bepteia '.
bet 17 cvr oa' oae al ura Olsrc of sa
- ""HI r ..!.
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