The Dallas Weekly Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 24, 1885 Page: 1 of 8
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701 . WW.
110 M SANGER ifffi
OB1 THE TI--TEST GTOOK OF
Excelling: all previous displays in Strle Make and Price
v 1th the politest and most attentive performers in each res-
p -ctive department. Doors open
iky Sunday excepted.
C ton Worsted Bait in plain and Ccarod
t ; ii ob Casl-aevo Suit
JKn (ghastl Iteai'ySult
JHUld Cii'V.moro Suit
1"it ored Gasalmere Suit
ilimiljoire I'aulmcro Snlt
V.U- CKMlmcre Snlt
('."Bi'tlal Cassl?ro Suit
n 1 l-TVoul Feared Dlaaoaal IU lroul Suit
Plain Plaid Check a.id r'varai1. All-Wool Catmolc Worsted Diagonal eta.
In Frocks and Sa-k- .3 BO p SI O.CO nn1 1 8.
Our C30 '41.50 91S. 5T 50 and Enlts la raacjr Worsted Corkscrew and Gran
iti I we claim are ae good a you can fetuisdo to order and 30 per cent. Icsi.
We can fit the smallest child to the largest boy and our prices are low as
onr New York buyers havoavallod themselves of an opportunity not often
ho.irdof. They bought an entire stock In that department for cash. Hence
r-n bought them at much reduced figures in order to give our friends and
ro itorners tho benefit we have marked them accordingly for instanoa:
CMIu'a Suit 4 to 10 years $2 GO Dojs' Silt 12 to 17 years - $4 00
f U'a Sett 4 1 10 years . 3 00 Boys' Suit 12 ta 17 years - 4 69
CJ-ild's Suit 4 to 19 yearn 8 50 Boys' SniN 12 to 17 years - 5 09
l'l lid's Suit 4 to 10 years 4 Of
!" nil i ' ' " ' " i I ii i
3r-The above are only a few of the large stock we can show. Parents
'jnld do well by calling early to got some of the GREAT BARGAINS.
A full line of Separate Knee Pants for Ciiildfen aos 4 to 12 years.
Also Boys' Long Pants aires 12 to 18 years.
We are dally rocolvlng the flnost line of Overcoats in Frocks Sacks
K iwmarkets Ulsters and Ulsterettes in Plain and Fur Trimmed and at un-
tie ual low priocs that are so well known to our customers.
THE LARGEST STOCK
Soft and Stiff Hats
POR BIER BOYS AN CHII.DKEN.
WE AIELEiZEEaEIVTISrGALL: THE
ITEWHST SHAPES BIT EXPRESS
IFIROISvC IETEW TOES AS THEY
A.?:PE AiR- HE-.TOE "WE AIRE J.TOT
AFIIAID BUT WHAT. WE CAW
PIjEASB THE MOST FASTIDIOUS.
.LAST BUT NOT
WtTH ALL OE THE LEADIUG'
SHADS AND STYLES IUST SOARFS
STRIKG TIES GLOVES ETC.
? THIS JDEPAILTJEITT IS A. BIG
inaNAGrERIB I3ST ITSBLF.S
at 7:20 A. M. each and every
UD BESf SELEC1EB STILES Of
THE SAR'TOQ. CONVENTION.
Now York Hi publloaa Aaieiiililad The
Ore aulisllnu Verfe'ltd forfec!
Harmony l'rTll Varlon
The ItepubHrta Miilo Convenliou
Haiiatou HtpL 2.J. At an erly
hour the corridors or insist ling ho.
toll preioutol au aalmttod suoiih Tho
eon von '.lull will uoiiblo in tho Oa
si no ut 12 o'clock. Ibdiostlons point
to a lively sorlmmajo for the nomi-
nation of governor. Were it possible
ror Now Yo k city man to Join hauds
upon a c-idldalo this morulnir be
fore golbtf into convention no doubt
suoa a man would somira the nomlua
I on .'or governor with a hurrah but
all hope for this hi beon abandoned
for the tire unit anil lim situation is a
dcolilvilly mixed oua. If a pod of ilul-
ogatna pan utteu mnue at luiungiu
tho probabilities aro that General Carr
would ha a boon the nominee. He
will surely en r tho convenliou
wiui the ureatOHt uuiuborcf votes uu-
leai a sorlutia break ocours in his ranks
within tha next two houi's. lvl f. Mor
ton Cor.iOilus N. UIIh A. U. Covnoil
Ira Udveniiort ami Mr. Drexel aro alt
strout; to-day. Uenoral William How-
ard of Auburn la h'.ill In tho Hold and
uppeaieto have a Urco follow tiitf. lie
appfiars to no too most promising durk
horse In tba Uepitbl can stnbla. iSnw-
ard'a Irieuds olalm that uolesa a aeloo-
lion Is mado on tho Or hi or seuond bn.1-
lotex tbnir raiidittnte will coina to I no
fr 'til wlih llyin? oolors. Tlior-i will
proba'Hv io a dozen candld'.o ijIhU
iu ootniii.iilon. A 'lor the pormauout
orRiinissaacui of the couvoutlou and au
mlormal bf.lioi lis utsu ikkso ic
will be followed by an a'llourouiout
until to-night or to-uiorrow.
Maratou sept zt. At o'oiook
James D. Warron oliairumo ot State
committee culled tbn convenliou to
order. Itoll havinir beeu oaded. the
ohairuian aunsuuodd tliit the Slats
committee had agreed upon Konutor
VVurnor; Minor lor temporary cuair-
ruau of the convention. Sons-
t.r Miller 'wbs received with
miirh onthiiRiasm. Iu uis ad
dress Mr. Miller nailed attention to
tuelavttat tho r.opublionu pxrly of
ilio Ktate for the til'sl time in -
e.rH wasonl'routed by both Fodernl
and ata'o aovernmonis in nio uanua
of tho Democracy. Uo advooutoa a
rii:id odliorcocu to the protraction ol
American industries and Amei'oan
labor (loud oheeis';. .Upon the ques-
tion ot civil nervice he said th Ila-
publican pnrty bad put llio law iuto
uraoticpi uo anu wore coiiiiuilvhu iu
tr. ilecloaeaov preaioving n grnua
victory ia Novembor noxt. The
chairman wits authorized to appoint
tiie usual committees and the conven
tion adjourned t 4:iU p. m.
It was i lu the eveniDg when the
convention was again callod to ordor.
Thecuuir onnouueod tho first IjuhI-
r.HKH in order was the reoott of the
commlttonon contested seaw. Gou-
erHl Hharp tlio cualruitm ot tha com-
tuittee reported iu favor of recogniz-
ing tb coitetantsin the first Albany
distrioh and tho regular delegation
from the suoond Albany district. Tho
report was adopted as reapoots the
drat district. A motion was made by
Mr. B. Woodin. of Auburn that in or
der to have perfect good leolinK both
dolocations from the second Albany
diunict be admitted each meuiDer to
have half a vote. Tn 8 motion ca'led
out ratbor a short dobate iu
which it was churaod that
tho regular doleKntiou represented
comoinatlon or Democrats to
which it was reported that the timn
bad passed when a man must be set
down sa a .Democrat becaue ho bore
an Irish name. Tho report
of the oommitteo was unani
mously adopted and too comnnctoon
permanent organization reported for
permanent chairmau Hon. James W.
Hunted and a list of secretaries com-
posed of such names as Vhroomer
Chickeriug Stearns and Barker
and also a long ubs oi vioe-
nrndldniitH. The report was
adopted aud amid groat aoplause
General Busted took tho ohair. He
spoke briellv. Among other things he
said that "honest money and an
honost ballot and an honest count
proteotiou to eery form of American
industry will bo lorover the o-.irdinal
doctrines of tho Republican party.
(Applause). We stand to-day ou hal-
lowed ground on yonder mountain
in sight of that historic
hat Mnfleid. wnevo continental
soldiers won tho victory that made
the nation die is tha great caoiain
who by bis great prowess and
his skill Baved for all
time what the Continental soldiers
had gained under me sosuow o'
i hat trrand name we meet here to-day
to renew our fidelity to tho principles
for which we fought and to ii;ht it
ourseHos out on that lino till the
leaves fall in November."
At tho couolusion of Husted's spoeo'a
a motion was made and adopted that
tho convenliou proceed to uouiinato
candidates for governor. After a brief
discission during which an unsuc-
cessful attempt was made to adopt a
motion for an jntormat oaiioi uuar'ea
D. Baker ot Stuben county placed
in nomination Jean Davenport
ot tubon county Mr. T.
T. VanAllen ot New Tork
followed with a tribuio to Hon.
Levi P. Morton whoso name ho placed
In nomination. James A. Dinsou of
Kensaollar county nimed James B.
Carr and at that mention of
the name of the caoriid.tto
the convention was thrown
into Tiprorlous applause repeated
agarn and again. Mr. Robert Sewoll
of New York seconded Carr's no.ni-
natioo. At trie close or jur. sewaus'
brief hut earnest euloglum. there was
Mr. Edward Hatch of Erie next oc
cupied the olatform in the in tores t of
James 1). Warner the Stato committee
chairman. At tao mention or. mis
veteran's Dime there was a groat
deal of upplousebiit the demonstration
wasnoteqnal in volume to that ac-
corded tho proceeding noinineo. Dur-
ing a pause in Mr. Hatch's remarks
a orowd of several hundred on the side
of tho line or delegates snouuu
loudly for S. Swfnburo the
laboring men's cauuiuuie aa-
otbor incident of this speech was
the hearty applause aroused by the
canttal mention of es-Presidcnfc Ar
thur's name. Andrew . Draper or
Albanv. vigeu tne convention to me
nomination of Dr. John Swinburn
of Albany county. At the mention of
his aauio there was a frantio burst of
applause from the doo tor's friends
outside of the con-rertion.
Eugene Burltnghine of Alba-
ny seconded Swinburn's nomina-
tion. Senator Arkeil nominated
J. W. Drenel of New York Corporal
Tanner of Brooklyn seoonded the
motion of Davenport. Edward Mitch-
ell of New York nominated Cornelius
N. Bliss of New York. S. E. Payne
presented the name of Hon.
ii. W. Seward of Cayuga
county A motion to u-tjourn
nnt.ll . tliA ln'irnmtf wan ntftrlA
at this point and very diicidodly votod !
down by a viva vow vju. Amotion
for an hour's recess was
likewise defeated. - Mr. George
Bliss of tbs coiBiultto eti resolutions
s.atei that e coinmi:teo hi-ped
for an early xijourntasiit to-night In
order to eivo time to lurther he.o- lbs
re-riwunt'itlvja of the labor intewst
Soldier iufey beforo form-
' ' 1 I . III I ' ! l'l '. '
IF iuuvmu iiiu uu oanot betaken
wl'loli resulted as folio-si
.'I il' Inn U
Hi wuiil 7
hllmi .. .
fur .all .
Woo leuuiuiMir of vote cast!)'!! ; neo-
esxarv mr a uuick. uii.
A million to ailjnuiu until this even
ing was lust oy a s'.roug uissuntiiiK
Vlvavt.cn vote. A nioiluu to lirooeo 1
to a bullet for govorunr was then
adopted r.ud tho roll was oallad by
At tha oonolu!in of the flrnt ballot
the ouuventlou ul b:30 p. ui. ailjoumod
The Siato Temporsnca aRsembly hs
tllnnili.dd a series of renolutloiis tor
incorporation In tho platiorm. The
coiniint'es on lutoludnux won; lulo
aci3iou at 11 o'clock.
Tho If mocrutlo Couventloii.
Saratoqa Sept. -Many dele
gates to the Domnoratlo State ot nvon-
tlou are uow arriving and there Is a
pretty good reprosoutatlon of buth on-
llllcal pnrtlos aronud tho hotels
to-nlghl. As yet all that can bs said
ot the Democrstlo altuntloo as ex
pounded bv the new arrivals Is tiut
liill is evidnuilytbo leaJinir favoriie
for governor with Cooiior tollowlng
In m cIombIv. 11 Ill's mannuors claim
"j0 but Ibis is oonaidord an nbuurd
clittm by tho leaders of
tho other laotlon Ono well-informed
gentleman who is here In tho iuU-ro-t
of Cooper concedes 11' II 155 nu tho
II rM ballot with CO'i;icr i:!o an J
Flower about 70. Thiw leaves Kill
only 33 short of the 193 votes rvijulrod
tw make a nomination. Tho IIIU men
however are so confident ol
victory that they have already mado
up a state with Senator Jacobs
(orlluiitetitunt-governor; Maxwoll a
comptroller and Filsgorald s Slate
treasurer. Jt is billevod thai
Cooper's Irlonds will not car-
ry their opposition to IIIU 1-tr
enough to afford any dnuger of a split
lu lue psriy If Hill develops great
The latest phaze of lbs Repub-
lican sliuition Hoems to bo thpt
tbo New York dolomites have been
unable lu spito ot 'mpoaid eil'on to
agree on a candidate from Now Y'ork
or Kings couuty. It is esld that. Mr.
KvurU with tho TJalou League in l In-
duce at his buck has
been .vorklus hard for Bliss
but that is of no avail. The commit-
toe on resolutions will not complete
tho work before it until to-morrow.
Aubrdeer Dak. Sspt. 22.- The
Dauiocratio constitutoaial convention
convened to-day with 10 counties rep-
resented by liiU dolegal99. Bartleit
Tripp of Yauktou isiu tho chair.
Tho Paeblo Indians.
Wasiiisuton Sept. 2-J The Puoblo
Indian dolegation called ai;aiu ou the
commissioner of Indian affairs- this
lriurnluc and will lovn for their
homo "in Now Mexico tonifiht.
They have beeu particlly succeBalol
iu their mission for thj ooisiuiieiiioTier
will request tho authorities of Now
Mexico to Biispeud tho- tx levy un-
til the exact legal status of these In-
dians oau be determined. Tho com-
missioner seotus to be of the
opinion that tbes9 Indians should
not be taxed. He admits that they
were properly regarded as chi.uns
under the treaty by which New Mex-
ico was ceded to the United Stales but
says thev have nover been alir.wud to
ex'orotse"tho rights of oitizeuahip. Tho
Now Moxioo authorities have not el-
lowed them to vote onlyou questions
ufl'ectlng their own commuuily . Their
lands were granrod 'a the tribs by
Mdxior and tho United States is pay-
ing thorn money which the authori-
ties of Now Mexico scorn to be en-
deavoring to acquire by taxation. The
commissioner believe thit tbo Pueo
Ioh who are poor ignorant Indians
should be protected as wards of the na-
The Clilnoso In Trouble
Seattle W. T. Sept. 23. The quar-
ters of tha Cbineao workmen at
the Black Diamond mlnos wore
visited by a mob last night.
Thoy wore armed with repeating ri-
fles and bad eaoh a sack drawn
over tits ueaa wim iioies
cut 'or montn r.ose and
eyes. They wero thus completely
dii-guised and presented a fearlul ap-
pearance. The Chinese fled ia terror
from their bouses which wore
thou burned. These Chinese bad
already beau discharged from tbo
mines and expected to return to
Seattio this morning. There
is much excitement over tins
Chinese question. A convention
to oonsdst of del9gates from a l parts
of the Pu$et Sound oountry has bton
called to meet here on Rloptember
S to devise means of riduiug tbo
country of Chinese. This feeling Is
intensified by the tact that the
Federal authorities hardly make a
pretext of stopping Mongolians l'roui
crossing the border into Washington
Territory from British Colum-
bia. The law w'-ch wns
made to protect p lie froai
an influx by Chinese is practically a
dead-iotler and iu oonsequouce of this
they tat the law into their own
hands with a view of protecting them-
solvos. Mooting of Presidents of Trunk Lines
New Y'ork Sept. 22.-A mossing oi
presidents of trunk lines wa3 called
so order at CommisHioaor Fink's
office a 11' tie bei'ore noon.
I&was staled that nouiimr hd yt
beeu accomplished but n r-.uerl ili1--cussion
of tho situation I ':in "l tue
troubli-a of the differ.- ii -en la UoUii
was uuder way. The meeting bos
President Roberts :f Pennsylvania
aa chairman. It ia thought notb.og
dofinite rrill bo reached t -day.
It was learned alter tho meotinfC ad-
journed that it had been decided to
advance raiOB on the live d-.a'Mreui
classes of freights westward hound to
60 50 45 ?3 and 20 conts respectively
au increase of about 50 pi-r cent ovei
the present rates. The dissuasion o
ens'.-boimd freights was postponed for
10 days when another meeting wiil be
WAsn.NaroN Sept. 22. -The sscif-
tary of the treasury has called for the
resignation of Martin L Noerr as
chief of tho division of oaptured and
abandoned DroDerlv and lands. Mr.
Noerr was appointed from the District
of Columbia ana was oneoi toe oiuesi
employes in the service. There are
no oharses aaiast him. Captain Lee
tha acent of the Cheyenne aud
Arariahoe Indian reservation has tele
trraDbed Commissioner Atkins that
onlv 23.090 head of cattle remain on
the reservation and these wdl be re
urcb.es and Colleges Bead.
We have for sale at special low price
aud terms the finvi cabinet organ
ever brought Into Teius. J. Esiey ot
0. organ. T wo manuals wit't pedal
bas. Will offer it lor short time at
. ow "rtce and 6ay paymrnt?. Wil
A Watkin t Co. Hbuald building.
ijA iiur.i(N FIELDS
TURKE f"S TRIVIAL TROUBLES
Tho Aojliua Pruullor Qali't-TUo Ur-
uiua Ariujr llnlat; atoblllfod A
Lav tor Ma la Ma'farla.
AtT.iir lu Iba ltelili.laf.
Wtber t'orelga Newt.
TIIK hOUTIIKUr I T.llNTIKIt I U 1110-
jiKtoii adk sspL -The Hoi ia
army Is bolug mobo'.h'.sd and tror.in
are being soul to protect tbo Houiho. n
frontier bonrdertug on Macodonl and
Blbanla Foars are ontortaincd of
rising la hnth of the latter plsnes and
lir.ive troubloa rre autioiulod In the
event of snob an occurrencn aa ataled.
Kiuv Melaii. in an interview w.tli a
uumberof UiploimtlN ain'id thatlf tuo
niuceuouisus iihhiii revolt llio under
forulxii seerstary Assured him that
Auairia bad no fulHiilioii of annexion
Koanlaand llorzogoviui- to the empire
Frances Joaeoh's visit to Botila. the
Nf cralary said bad uo onuneciiou with
the recnut events Mn lt mmolia. Auk-
irla dosires the ItoumellMii rebellion
qtlellod. CmumiinicatioiiH are now
iiaa.ii ii ir rietweea tuo smnnory poweis
to tho treaty of Knrllu and il is UoHid
thut ihey will ronult In a speedy settle-
moat of the Kouuioiiandiuijuiiy.
AFFAIRS IN TUB IIERHSTAO.
Vikn.na Sept. 21 The split in tho
(erman opposlllou party of tho Kuloti-
l'ig is rojiorlod to bs under tbo lufla-
enco ot the eiuporor who desires lo
prevent the wbolo opposition from be
coming su united pn.ty. Two clubs
win ueucuinnii eiein a common exec-
utive cointnlUoe lu dccldo on a guueral
policy but ou uniioucil nucllous tb-i
clubs will act separately. Il is loar.d
iho attitude of tan Usrrnans wililu-
creasn the bitterness which hai ei-
med lor some time betwcieu the vari-
nis nationalities rein-eseutod in t.e
lijichstag. It will urestly inlluence
the relations of monarchy towurd
TKK TROUBLB WI.M 1-UOllAnt.V BB
Paris Sept. 22 Tho onltiou pre
vails that tho Tarkinb ambasy in this
city the great powers of Kuropo and
especially Gorinnny will enforce rc-
speotnl' the treaty ol B-.u-liu and that
me oiiitcuiiy ui itoumoiia win ue sot-
tled favcrably to Turkey without a re
sort to arms.
IS HONOR Ot'THK PRINCE.
PuiLoi'i'or.ls Sept. 22. A To Denm
was sung in the gardxn surri.uurtiug
tho palace by au immense crovrd ol
pcoplo in honor of Prince Alexander
of Bulgaria w ho bus arrived lu tue
citr. Tho Bulgarian Nuliunul l!''.g has
beon hoisted e ery whore.
The Cholera Hue.) i d.
Ro.me Sopt. 22. Tbora woro 211 new
cases of cholera and 175 deaths iu
Palermo during the past 21 hours
iluinforcouienis cf troons Iiavo ar-
rived at dillerentpjints in Sicilv and
tho populace have been quiet. No dis
orders are reported.
BEJOICI.NO AT THU Ul'BI.SINCI.
London Sent. 21 Thorj is public
rejoicing In Odessa over tho uprising
in Roumelia. Tlieoombiudd .i.rcesoi
Koumoliu aud rUiijorU amounts to
oll5 mou. The Turu'sh forcoa havo not
yet crossed tho lioutlor but the au-
thorities aro greasy ex"lted and
aulive prcpartiousara beiut; made.
i0N dc:i Sept. 22. A tolrn;raui from
C-'oul says the niombiira of th
Atgliau frontier commission are still
in the vlcijiiy of Horat. AU Is quiet
on the irositoor.
Cav.Ii t on Mt:.
Sofia Sapt. 22. A levy ofsllablo
budiodmon in Bulgaria botwecu f he
a;;us of 13 and 40 years ban been
London' Sept 22. There has biou
au important dolttie ia Russian ami
other bonds. Uueasiness on tho stock
oxouaufje is iucroniug.
Till) Olvll Sorvloa Commission.
New York Sopt. 22. A Washing-
ton dispatoh ways: "Xna resignation of
Chuirmau Dortuuu B. Eaton of the
civil service comtni-isioa ws s.-mt la
oefore Major Iliu-loy of Now York
biouaht actiou in tho United Staiei
cirouit court to tost; tho constitution-
ality of the civil service law aud there
is good reason to believe it was at tho
request of tho president. Ho will
withdraw it uutil iia action has been
tried. The president has represented
in him tliut that this resignation at the
present juuoturo would bo interpreted
its a retrer.t and as a sign of weal: nous
and it might influence tho rount of
the trial. The president has prom-
ised to iho Civil Service Reform asso-
ciation that tho constitutionality of
' he law shall be strictly defended. The
o'j.'oct of Mr. Baton's visit to Wash-
ington at thiB time is to prepare the
defense in tha aotion which is to
to bo. brought before Judgo Wallace
in New York on Friday.
A Change Inexpedient.
Wasuinuton Spt. 22. Vice-Pro ai
dant Homlricks is suid to have in
formed tho Prosident that ho la im
pressed with the beliof that a ohnngo
in the offlcdof tha sursteon-goneral of
the mnrino hospital oliice ia inoxoedi-
eu; aud thafcho us accordingly witu-
drawn the name ot Dr. Matthews
who had beon previously urged lor the
place. Itissaid hn will withdraw the
npoinimeiic or ur. tvauiug on tue
same ground. Tho resignation of Ser-
fcoaut -General Hamilton bus not
noon accepieu anu tuo impression is
growing mat ne win retain tueotuce.
tub coDiuec meeting io-aay was at
tended by Secretaries E:idicoi.t
IVmtnev and Maumnt: and Poslmas-
tur-Geueral Vilas. Among the qiter-
tiona considered at tho meetin-? was
i.he trouble in Wyouung; the re-orgnn-
iatiou ot tho civil service coiumismon
aud the Sterling-Bacon oouirovorsy.
Tho oustom-house political situation
iu New York was also iuf-rmally re
A DESTRVJCTtVB FLOOD.
Madrid Sept. 21. Disastrous raiuB
have prevailed during the oast 24 hours
in the southeastern part of Spain. The
iin cams down in to rents and the
rivers overflowed their banks causing
immense destruction of property and
loss oi many lives nouses trees and
dead animals beiDg carrid oat to sea
by tne rasing uoous wnion stretches
ror a mue arouna tne city.
:-RTTl-..KKT OF TBI CAR0-1NI.S DIS
MAMiib Sept 21. A bitter feeling
prevails 4 ere owing to a report having
oaen rMvea irom uount uenomar
the 8 prfilsh embassador to BerUn to
tha tfi'nol that hn einonis Oerruanv
will arm.pl the niter ol llisuaval conliii
mat ion l.iiieriy in iraiiti ami tiunitv-Ik-atlon
muioiik Hie Caroline Islautln aw
l.ia Outlit of aeitiuiiiHiil ol tun Curulinsa
illkMlioa. The aiiitlemoul vlil bs
made without referring the ui'.:er t
TWO VRHV DKAR I.AIllKN.
Nalo.niua StpU 2'.. llrigauda have
i'pfirid lU0 arclinii-hop of Veilos
niucn ami anotuer lany. iney ue.
maml luttituinof i.30.ooJfor the ran-
mill nr l io pruonura.
CoitalOANA Hlipt. 2i SpoOlal.l
STuCaiuuiKu t Brown's gin on Briar
creek four miles from here cauj;ht
fit. last night about 11 o'clock and
btirtiod to the ground it Icing
total loss with tho ex
ception of Iho euglna and
oollor. it wns insured lor lco
il tho Fire AwMeMimeut uasculatiiiii. ol
lJ.llat. Four bsloaoi cotton woro also
ciiiiaumed ou which ihora was no in-
surance. lion. J. C. Biirnor. of Dallas aocnt
tho day in our oliy.
Mr. M. Gibbou wai buried to-day by
tho KnK'hts of 1'vthlas.
uoiujii coutiuuis to comn hi wen ui
an avorngo ut printout of 200 bales a
ray. Total rocuipts aiuouutliiK to
Tho I. O. O. F. orphan home commit
too wont to Mulviuney and will return
Cuiiimibniouor Johnson has lust re
ceived the following:
New Orleans Hent. IS lS'S.'-To thsl'ec-
pieoi .Mi.in wciiit'iii ii ui i auiiiu aiiiuiii.i
unci niKuhvt's lulurottd.
t uo bulldiuus grounds etc.. of the
North. C'oolrai r.nd Huutn Amnriosn
e:cn.)Niilin m tho City ofNew Urloans
1 1 1 i leu siaijH are now reauy in every
iiariloulnr fur tho reception of
exhibits aud exhibitors are requested
lo forward their urtl. los at ouco )r
order that their installation may be
cnmpletnd at the earliest practicable
ouy anu as lar as posBioio avuiu me
rubii customary iu tha days immedi-
ately preceding the opening.
nils oxpoHitiou win opeu .Novenmor
10 m xt end close about April 1 USD.
ThoKo deslrlug lo exhibit who have
not jot made application are ro-
quested to do so nt ouco as notb tltuo
aud rcmaitiir.gspann are nmitcu.
jon.v w. UIKN
Odd rollows' Crand I.nlg In Oeuion.
BAi.-rMoKK Sept. i2. Tho Sove--
eigu Grand Lodo Independent Orilor
OJd Fo'loivs assimblod this
morniag H. V. G.-troy grand aire
presidii". Tho entire sossiou
wasdovotod l the cpiilug or various
statea aod reforrlnR th'iir reiorls and
appeals to committees. Tue grand
body than adjournm tin to-morrow
la ullow the couiiuittepa au opportu
nity to meet un l ior tho members to
nr ready to tal.o part iu tho unveiling
of Kldgoiy niouumeut.
The Tarht K.tce.
Brknton's Reep Sept. 22.-Noilbor
of the yachts Gonesta and Dauntless
which aro coutusliug for tho Eonuet
ihallongo cup aro in sight although
'hevhave bneii out 21 hours nearly.
The iuti rent lelt nt Newport in the
racs ia very great and tunro aro many
sail and s'.oam-ynotits out bo o. Tiis
wind in the loronoou was somawliai
liitht. l'lom tho southeast. It has now
died oui and thoro ia almost a dead
Ila Could NotOa to Canada. .
Chicaoo Sopt. 22. N. Schwartz
hook keepor for Dennehey Wol? t
O'Brien wholosalo liquor dealers has
been arrested ouargod with ombez-
ziing nearly Sl.COO from bis employ-
ers. Sohv-. rlz c v'ie )"r '"il Vi-"'
York I'ou : tuout'n ni.o .'!';.: i'i:i i
tiie oositl:-1 iiy ui'rtvii' li .. .1 - :i '.
tnendat:o-:s fid l'r- t V
tlou l'roi.i v.'.; tn ;!;:'. ;-w"-" -.t
oiiens ef -t:tf n! -
Tho I.i.!y On
c In "I'd. i
WASHI.v" !') Sep-". -
i ..ui :
l.f J"Y .
.;.'. cf It i
i'i li 1 ''
in t .;-! 'j
! il'Xit'.. SI.
fan Ciirl .
. -J'i'l 1 Ant II
: t Is sta ed hrra on t
ihiit witlii :i a low :!a .
of GalyesJcT.; J. t'occ
vllle aud Oi'i. T-.i--!
anola wi-1 i ' -.y t-oi.ti
three rem r r .nc y.ic
Of COllOCtor ii In .'lu.i
that O. T. j -.;:( M '.'
will bo at .ii'i'-.'i i. u.n
Siispciulct hy t!. i '.!' f '':
?.i i :nufy.
Wa.' itingtc.x bout. 22. Tho secre-
tnryoftha treasury has directed tiis
siiHiionaion of George H. Sterling ro-
uilv appointed woinhor at tho New
York custom house in the placo oi
Captain George B. Bacon. Tho
action oftno secretary is uaseu on r.ue
itlnraiation that tho appuintmout was
an improper oue.
American Forestry Congress.
Boston Sept. 22. Tho fourth annual
meeting of tho 'American Forestry
Congress opened at jtiorticut-
ural hall to-dny. Major O Brieu
spoiro a iow.wrus. l-resiuens mg-
toy ronpondr ;Sd drew attention to
llisi luiportaucu"ril'tho movement for
ho restoration oi me ioresi m touou-
nj agricultural climates and comtnor-
A Boiler Explosion.
Louisvi-le Sept. 22. Tho boibjr In
Fabel's soap factory exploded at noon
to-day. Edward Earnest onglneer
was iuatantly killed and hi-i body was
thrown iuto tho creok 50 feet distant.
Tho dam3irii to the building was $15-
000. A boilor in r.u same laotory ex-
nloded two years ago aud killed two
Tho Naval Board' Repoit.
WASiusiiiToH Sept. 22. Tha naval
;ard appointed to make an inven
tory of oil work dono or comuisaoed
m tho unfinished cruisers Chicago
Boston and Atlanta and all materia
aopltcubla thereto have submitted
uieir report to the secretary of the
Cameron Sep:. 25. Special.
About 12 o'clock last night tho law
ofiieo of Hefley & Wallace was dissov-
erodoafirj. It was in ashos wlh its
content" boforo anytbiuj; cnuld be
dono. Two other houses nar by were
also consumed one was tho law olhse
of Major Sygles; h's furuiture and
books wera saved tun other was va
cant. The total loss was about $2900;
McKinnev Sept. 2i-Special.
lion. D. M. Herring and other officora
of the Grand Lodge oi I. u. u. are
in our city and visited several places
with a view to the location of the Wid
ows and Orphans' uoms to be estak
lithed by that order for the Sta!io. The
committee were pleased with the in
Rsv. J. W.:iIillol the MethodistEpls-
copal Church South is conducting
religious 'eervices uuring ins wee-
Trie churon is crowaoa at eacn service.
Rv.J K. P. Dixon in the absence ol
Key. Mr. Hltl delivered a most ex-
oellent aermon last night. He is one of
I'm rUloiryoiuiK niliilatora a nallva
IVxin and uim of whom aha .will
ohm day bs proiul.
J'lm rl;lill.l HOforcemeiitof the Sun-
l.iy law coiif ijiisnt on the lata eleo.
Hun has ranaei a petition lu las ox.
tennvely signed asking the oour y-
atuiruey not to enforce it as to the I .
'sm that la. not lo do that which io
Is aworn t do aud on this petltlou 'i iu
be found Ilia names of uioiy
leaillini law-abiding nltlssus of nic
city who thus coolly proisisa U ut
ktHipnraor tuo o.rosoinuca or uiwr :
tlul.iU. and to vduuata thoinselyea M-
ubx-rve what laws piece I hem.
AiarKtiihiirft u sinung lo.uay l woo'
70 coiloii 6 60j oais 2
AtUiti by tbo 8i-aalitn.
Gai.vksion Sept. Si Mpaalal -
This evenlug Market airedt was ( A
livened by a oow-liMlng affair wbn-ii-
i tl. j. jiierinif ueaier in pictures ...
Ilnurwi as lim victim at lus baiidM ;t
whar'n llinnch. atuirner at n.
Tills difficulty itreHT out of alovul tr :i-
k.i)tioa Iwiweeu Hllri lift's wile and ih i
Kwver. in which in-jriuir aeinanu t
full kuowlegdo. Ai the cafe rol'u. d
to matters wherein the I w-
er tlBuuiud Bierlu-'a aiithoi it t
did not sxftid l'.mefussu inforniail.ni.
Mttiting Mr. BranuU this nveui i
tl eilng upproached liluini tbi ib
manlier winireupmi Braack npplla 1 1
nun a unmoor of blows wliuaorv-
hldo mid continued .he
ii iHtinoment. until arras;'.
In tho oastinf Joseph Martin onar . id
witu raping Mist Berry ou the b i
ln t-3-Uay beloio Judge Stewart of
ihodlalriot court the cburce was re-
iuced toHduotion and the boud was
fixed at (1.000. Falling to give the
leceisary security for appearsuce at
ho criminal court Msrila was ro-
uranded to (all
MakbhA'L Sept. lSl00ijl.
Sometime ago li. F. Ru.ron was ap-
pj'.ntcd foreman in oao of the shops of
the Texas & Pncllio railroad. Tula ap
pointment did not glvo sitlsfaullon to
ihe mtu and t.ouble has beon brewing
ever since uud yesterday it culminat-
ed iu a rop.ii'ur K'lkenuy right in
which Rtiar md Henry Vine tool-
conspicuous purls. The cause is being
lnvestluia.?d by Mr. Hume our
mayor this nioriii'ag.
J.U. BrantJy vhs elooted aldorman
yesterday for tbo uuoxplrod time of G.
I. wa;;uon. res'Knou.
Jamoa Gaino as convicted yoster-
day in two case.-i ot theft i f jewelry
li joi John Ii. Maoono .and Mrs. Ben-
siam aud given two years each in tha
Gnort'o M. lsriaol and faully return
ed from Waiihlngtou last nigut.
Buslnossof ail Kinds is unusually
dull for Iho season.
Tho Toxas ik Paclfiio railroad com
pany psld oil' y isterday.
McGrkooi: Sept. 22. Speolal ;
Tho Baptist meeting continues with
unabated intsrest. Nineteeu porsona
were baptised in Ilerris' oreek just
north ol town this evening.
Auother passongor traip lias boon
put on the Texas & Sc. :L Jiiis railroad
to run between Gatosvilld and Corsl-
n' TiiWuiaues thrM uaiiy trains
biitiveon McGregor and Titco.
A large ouantiiy oi ccrtim is coinr
sold at this pluco. Tlio -rains aro over
snd tho larmers aro jousy picaing
K-qiiiro M. JohiiHon lias two uaugn-
era lying. vfrry bick.-witn tvpuoia
ever. Ono of them is quite low a.
lnre number ot cases ot fever la
town supposed to b9 the dengue.
Xr.-; 22. JkrSf.c:!-
- i iv.- '.v. - r.V ' .it' up iu
i " .ui i '!.! e'. w U wlien
: '....i r ...::iMV::'f' ' V Ui'J
') .iuCfil f" '1' l.'l!ii'piJf"l:tl
Oil lh'1 Ml!
r:t o.- ti ; il'
I'en.'i t' i!" '
ti.(-:i cimri.. ii
Mi i?'1!. niSt. oi r..;i5 i'fllv
r.nT:-; !.ol' h:ve
i oi' ' '-i-..if-rs i'.n i all
IIUV V'c Vl':-
(;.. ;:i t.- t.
v.io ti .' d 'afftw' ol T'.Aior
.vk.; - ; W. (v. "."
..'-i;ii.'ic.-' ! t'.o "i "-' - r
tr i rwljilii l'" ' -
.-l..oi ney r-l ui nas pit rar-i'-ned from
San Angela wher'o be has beeu in
atf3ndauce upon district court.
Wn-TEsr.orto Sopt. 22. I Special.
Yesterday the Woman's Christian
Tomperauca uuion of this placo ob-
served in a fitting manner tho cen-
touuial of tomperauce work In thla
coaulry. Interunvinir essays and ex-
tracts woro ioit.il. Among thorn was
au extract from Dr. Benjamin Rush
who 100 yours ago urged tho disuse of
iinleut yplrils nud aot on foot the
eroat tnuiporanee agitation in this
countiy. Tho ladies of this union are
vory ontausiasuc nu seem iioi. w
mind the recent defeat ot tbelr cause
but ro right on ; marshaling their
forces propariux for battle iu the
Tun u n ia shl nine bncrhUv. and we
aro all jubilant and Uopolul of a good
outcome lo the cotton crop.
rRIU'AUINa FOR WAR.
Paris Sept. 21. Alarming roporta
have been resolved to-day to the ef-
fect that China is amaising a large
ioroeof troops on the Tonqulu fron-
tier. Absolutely Pure.
THIS POWDKR never variM. 4 marvel
of pmlj.y.ntrenstk and wholcsomoaea
Mora economy thaa tho onllnary kinds
1 pBirooS SewiTark r.T-a
and eunc oesoia in oompemiun wumm
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