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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - September 26, 1878, Galveston, Texas NEWS OFFICE Per Thousand GALVESTON THURSDAY 26 CENTS TICKETS VOL 160 NEWS OFFICE For 82.00 per Thousand A M death kodl and with out Tlic Indeed Mqp f n the the of men Gibbon of all mtj bo ID tTo Tutor F of prom the at Intuition But it m change taking nodal in tod siren the character of COM of higher and that worM WM ta heroic age wbo ire oao generation world kiwi with dilution This UM of of tht authority of the from Bed bt do up to be to the of the crime ThU fa direct nud It followed by a like re- from or a which in the free item law fit to enforce by tinder Hi power to make all and proper for ing Into tit a In there any why should not the tame power JB of the for the of from tice I THE NEWS OF THE STATE TO mt m It Vlo Ar- by u to ttw SAX Sepf Bailable bwm at from In tbe interim of UM Mexican him the at Monterey to the Rio frontier and that of are en for the border Not money in the been DEATH'S ma Con forwarded to meet tbe tutr wm be gnr Men who aad It win ywn of htr and In Irian An not differ T rn the change of wire wave men before tu too brave men will lira when cur arc hoay Wr ham read in wonder and admiral ion of Forge where the that ty be tiie watchword of u ive We wlim we read of Marlon ia South Carolina ing aid of which makes us shudder of to-day nit in hear of tiie of Gettysburg of and now tint peace has come we haw K aaH that with Lee and the latest embers of are more called upon to probes to a hud ol who shade the deeds of and to the blush the for- irf forlorn hopes Death to iu The ot may nuke one danger and if that be U is by the tumor or the hope ot What wonder then that a Md develop a thousand Serous elw bad never risen above up all night In order to be up rarly in the morning is nothing to wlat of freight in New York are The NEWS to the popular cry of Clal telln of pending two on the wharf ia order to get receipted for higher at New York and cotton freely hi market yesterday Tim participated in the of 2836 bales The orin was about equally divided between foreign and domestic buyers Good IB now at exchange tinned drooping and lower and o further slight occurred in British consols of cotton yesterday at nil ports exceed tho for the of last year by 5002 bales A AQUATIC the Inter- Hare the New York Tho sporting world on both sides of the avit now looking forward with great to the grand struggle be- tween two of the greatest oarsmen of the present age who ire to meet and battle with the oar for and ship of the world The rival champions who artt to struggle other in the Doming tional contest are Edward Hanlan cf Toronto and the famous Chas E ney of Union K Y It is universally acknowledged by Bat la a a that putu his to mgm and for hundreds in a day wben death is slow and horrible gncn is and the epitaph he who such not for glory not under bnt of tnat which thank Mill of more SB an the of nations people in terrible Is now have set toe world aa example of Lot ote further by e of lite men women have beard tbe cry for help and aud unreservedly re- glorify those who in answer lo cry have and ing men toth In this country and in Europe that Banian and Courtney are of tho physical wonders of tho century England's champions Once 1631 when Chas Campbell won the titie on tbo Thames are R Coombes Cute J Messenger Harris Robert Chambers Jas Jos Sadler Egbert Boyd and Jas wag tbe greatest that sat in a shell hi England in find what was ta England Ian is to Canada and Courtney to the Uni- ted States Since Josh Ward won the race for the championship of in bis time has been beaten and still stands the best on record In view of the fact that he rowed in a boat with fixed seat while at this time boats with sliding seats this is very remarkable in the were Junen Walter Brown Henry ET Moris and Scharl It is expected the coming race will one of he hardrat struggles ever rowed is the men are and have l and spent their awn la a and with pestilence for iiv o U may bo ble Vr sod on scroll or shaft I be uf these heroism under the blended of charity and duty berer vaunts and is scarcely of ita on- Iu lives aud the deaths they aie cpt to no further con tribute o their owa renown than by a proof that the world's great are the and tb But lit dome ty self heroes o so gloriously anc south have erected lUei Arc the ia dreadful lew worthy of such honor at the liand of tkf American Out Dr bus around tbo circle it beginning to be sen umi think of him have nf him from tlic tim be tlm public to ak tf His sigr u health office for when was no sud oc of it in existence ean the lion's skin notice of the Had kw waited for the ac toe Houston recom lie of an executive a quarantine i to be authorities Mill enjoy from WM the of the mantle ot km br tte act of Ike title of a yet hypo- he too offensive Jor The rebuff at retention at Sherman and the at Dallai are not too It for argument was got up k to further the iare perceived tbe tto of tno and they to act CM quarantine is subside and the M of double nly loth made time in previous con- tests York sporting men and those wbo live up in the central part of tin state offer to any amount from to that Courtney will win Recently posted forfeit to match him to row Triskett of Australia for but the Utter refused to make the match The coming content is to be five with a rum the stakes a side and tbe race In to be vowed on lake October 1 la addition to the a purse of has been raised by residents and railroads which will be equally divided between the famous men hackers have won with purses privileges and stakes this season and they ore satisfied to bet of this amount that will win They expect that the race will be close and very exalting for three miles and that time on record will be beaten New sporting men and Courtney's backers are equally as confident as the Canadians and say that Courtney can row the race in 35 which time Haitian has already lade It is expected that over Ml 000 ple will witness the rare Charles E Courtney was born in Union Springs N Y in He stands ti feet and Inch in height and in condition weighs 175 pounds He is by trade aud when at home makes a good by making and blinds He nas been to rowing hood but only came conspicuously before the general public the fir it international regatta of tbe ameteur rowing association 11 when he easily won the two miles in Courtney again appeared at Saratoga August at wbich time ha won the diamond sculls and the state ship rowing two miles with a turn hi 14.44 resistance to Mexican terri tory by Gen The that with tbe reinforcements the will U able to defeat force who is to be attacked ta caw the raiders followed acrom any more Qen ranjo to be in command of the frontier being at tbe city of Mexico with in very to attack whom he call discreet In a letter to Judge don Benavides bitterly of state troops entering his house and threatening bis life and behaving in a most outrageous manner Don Refugio is one of tbe most and worthy men in hh section of the country The outrage occurred at his residence near Laredo Mr Thadeus Smith and Hiss Gertrude Mateo of this city were married this morning and departed on a bridal tour Mr Smith is the son of Mr Sam S Smith county clerk A accident happened this ing at the new building at the government depot While some of tho ben with a derrick the platform whi h lour workmen stood gave way and precipitated them to the ground a dis- tance nt Ifi feet One of the laborers nomad Lawrence sustained injuries of the most serious nature three of his ribs being broken Fears are A of internal injuries Another of the party a negro struck on his head which was fearfully and bruised but he fa not injured The other two men with injuries of a lest serious character Arrangements hare been made to hold a grand barbecue on the of October There were several nit fights and rows among the sporting fraternity this after- noon but nothing serious grew out of them of this afternoon con- tains an account of tbe alleged abduction by four women them a notorious Their or n to and John H Reagan lu city Mill arrived night W to mnr of ill were from the and to of tbP of the democratic tele ticket and Is at his by a majority cf nt leant twenty Mr JCliU no the in Maine and is of the opinion thai in course of a few yean no man of republican will be eligible to any United Mates Hi campaign programme h 30 Cold October 4 Richmond Oct I the follow Inst The grand N itol H K Barnes 14 son of tlm E W and bfc four other drm tiw fewer new cam reported bave occurred at Terry In tbe part 2t boarn at 00 to date and X deaths Tho Y M A The place IK almost depopulated I e r next month arrived this from San Antonio He was waited upon by a on bit arrival and found in fine and trim to speak here to morrow night speaking wilt be from the Gov is expected to-morrow and will accompany to Waverly Dr Rutherford arrived to night on a special train criminal district on October TJ Mj A A Cravens Jr of Willis was married this evening to Miss Mary E of this city The public commence here on A meeting of teachers has been called for Saturday evening Tba board of trustees to-morrow A negro woman named Fannie Green on street while filling a lamp came near being to death from tho igniting of the oil The house was saved SIATE A Claim lo he Invention of the A Called Act 111 to Dr Manning Telegram to the AUSTIN Sept Dr King of insurance and history in reading and classifying the and documents of tho lamented senator from so many years came upon a utter dated April 1849 from a friend of his an enthusiastic scientist named B R Williams in which tells Mm he has discovered what we now call tbe tele- phone It was an instrument for trans- the sound and the tones of the roice by the telegraph wire and be stated at of bealth day show that the fever is spread- ing along tbe line oC avenue K bad boUi in and the district In special first of the tbe dis- ease u its ence and not appear so frequently At the reverend father vicar tbe arch of New Orleans Uie catholic relief tion to-day handed to French ta to Ike Stem 1 to-day witli a lurft ler interior fma The Amtin and Rio arrived The former Is now and will row a fall cargo ha -e been wafting OB the rince for her arrive Tho of Kami awl Texan road for the third in year bowk have declined per cent on failure at interest The treasury will pay five and a half of award to British consols declined on account of political and banking A heavy failure occurred at flan Tbe gold silver and tad yield of the coast for THE EAST TWf A m Km rx ix ibr ml Jolm C lor A at Hurt ROSE'S ART GALLERY Sept Tbe nute met at at 1 1 to the the central at UetU John 8 Whitney waj macand O Ab for governor For vets named Wm B of state Henry C Dewing and n I general David N I 159 Market Street near Tremont Opera House lief to urgent in lie Utter part the for relief The Howard refused to assist the Flinch committee on the had bent sent them for distribution direct to tbe sufferers by members of tbe Howard association Brother Ciprian of the order of the Holy Cross diec of yellow fever Among tbo cases to-day was CoL W M Owen of I he artillery Among the com are Maj Wm A and Geo A Tito Orleans committee decided to-day to return all packages who bad advanced them and will distribute tbe remainder to ties has been approved esfaras rations win go This will take until to-morrow forenoon Iwing about 0000 to distribute 5000 of which were to 4 p K If nothing is from tiie tary of war by to-morrow morning the committee will meet sad adjourn sine die Up to 6 o'clock M 17 deaths since noon were reported to board of health aud 77 caces Among the new cases reported up to noon is sister Mary Ann of the St beth Four are pi the marine de- at Hotel in charge of rine surgeon Dr K D who was ordered e from Key by surgeon general The Charity to-day one Chinese case Ah 47 years sent to Ferer la Dale Telegram to Uw Sews I Kept cantata last night wu tbe finest entertainment we have tad The ladles deserve credit Tiie nut amounted to 300 It will be to the Howards at Memphis Tbe total amount raised by for yellow fever sufferers is about 450 Business is brisk fS s J I In Evidence Seized In Open mud Carried Anay Mich Sept evening during tbe examination of beforo commissioner Maynard in the case of tbe United vs Samuel J Tildon two men suddenly entered the room seized the books of new iron mine company being used in testimony caped started in pursuit It is supposed the books are taken out Of tbe state Olney Reuben of made a tson that democratic out the mate calling and a calf to all democrats who propone to support the candidates of thin convention and when any such nominations of tion the members of the several to exclude such toe convention After considerable discussion the tion was indefinitely postponed Tlic platform declares that the policy of the republican party out the United has had a tendency to centralize the of the inent in Washington the over- throw of monopolies and the and execution of such lavrn as shall tect the of labor as well those of capital not discriminating against either but framed for the mutual benefit of lioth that the scheme originated ami carried i nto effect by the republican party of ing paper currency not redeemable in coin aud compelling the people to receive the same in payment of is without authority of the constitution Congress has no power to make it be gold or silver legal tender Whatever power It may have to authorize the of notes to circulate as ler issued directly from the treasury or through tho hanks should be cised only subject to certain restrictions m no executive office of THIS Complimentary Benefit THOMAS 1 WALSH A Splendid Arranged YOU TILL YOU CHY Open from I Tin e r n MOODY Cotton Factors Etc E S JEMISON 8 CO Hankers and 123 St York TO 4000 BAGS COFFEE Per freu Bio Witt at from Wharf CO That character named Cortex of the 16 year old daughter of a man named Conway who lives near catholic graveyard she being taken from her parents by force The story ta not generally audited Beebe Frank Oil September 1874 Courtney M HI tbe grand Beneca lake regatta at Watkins Oien N Y being beaten in a four-oared race by the Buffalo rowing club four-oared on the first day three miles On 10 1874 in the same regatta won the single senior sculls two miles in K H of Union Springs second and Wm E of Athletic dun third Courtney's next in a shell WAS in tbe regatta of Saratoga rowing August 1875 when he met for the first time Jas scull race for the Empire which he won for the third time the two miles On August Courtney figured m tbe national association regetta defeating R B better known in rowing as Dick arid David Roach in the third heat of the sculls rowing over the one and a hatt miles straightaway On Septembers 1875 with his brother J T Courtney Jas and Hugh Connor be won tbe four-oared shall race at the Seneca lake regatta rowing the mile with a turu hi 111.93 beating hree other crews At the regatta of the national ion held at Philadelphia August Courtney won the second beat of the race by over a minute rowing he one and a half milts in He did not row ta the final heat but withdrew n favor of Taten On thd following day with Robinson he won the double-scull race beating -ian and Bodgers McMillan and Minges His next race took August the centennial regatta when he won the Sherman BM no Idea of Her Quarantine Ban t to tho Cetton to the Hewn SHERMAN Sept visit of Dr Rutherford has put a different phase on matters from that indicated by my report of Saturday A special meeting of council i met Rutherford who asked them to place our quarantine affairs under bis direction and the Houston quarantine re- The council refused to inter- fere with the quarantine ordinance and Rutherford then called on judge kinson the executive officer of that nance That officer informed Dr erford he had neither the desire nor power to interfere with the order of the county and that our plan was working admirably tmd to tbe cf all that we were able to manage our own affairs at this end of the line and remove or enforce quarantine when we saw proper but he consented to let one of Rutherford's assistants act in con- cert with our quarantine officer Mr Nash at Red river the rigid ment of our quarantine laws A section of the Sherman won i silver service at the shooting at McKinney to-day Six in the club and the same number in tbe Sherman balls each Bogardus rules Kinney broke 88 balls Sherman 105 Two of tbe massive iron links of the cotton compress employed in raising the pillow blocks snapped asunder thiy morning the workmen were en- he bad filed a caveat He called it tbe oral telegraph T S Maxey Esq and Kiss Famy Campbell were married at the methodist church this afternoon Saturday the friends of Dr Manning met to express in some suitable manner their sorrow occasioned by bis death It is expected there will be a very large at- tendance The at library hall last night for the benefit of the yellow fever sufferers netted about sixty dollars Fenn tbe revivalist undertakes the isi generation of Austin beginning at the baptist church Latent In Quarantine Mutters Telegram to the Sept The two clubs composed of citizens of Mexican origin petitioned the city council to raise the quarantine against Matamoros The tion was not granted It is reported that tbo ties are enforcing the quarantine at dad A rumor prevails that members of the Mexican club essayed to pronounce against quarantine night and were dissuaded from it by their Pecina A movement is on foot to land goods for Mexican markets at Bagdad Gen Cuellar and others are en route for Idle city ot Mexico to request the ment to reduce the tariff on goods landed the hospital Sept 5th sick aud destitute by the police He contracted the fever at the hospital on Six yellow fever occurred at Bay St Louis yesterday Throe of the brothers of St college at that place had the Mack vomit last evening A letter from Mississippi City reports 13 cases of fever at Barnes hotel there One child not expected tb John T Moore and Thomas Layton of the southern bank of tiie funds of the catholic relief association for UK victims of yellow fever in New Orleans ere receiving from the kind-hearted and charitable Cf the and west whose bounty appears inexhaustible a generous response to appeal for funds to relieve destitute orphans and widows This association is promptly tbe relief which is so much needed here re- of creed color or nationality and its action in case if well lated to meet the approval of generous donors abroad A family of Absentees who considered themselves although they never actually had yellow fever recently telegraphed to in this city Dr Joua Carter of the fourth district upon tbe question of returning He re- plied not to do so any account and Races at London Louisville Sept race for the great eastern handicap at was won by Hack Thorpe 3d Mallory 3d Sept weather is fair and attendance good The first race Belle Meade stake dash of three-quarters of a mile was won by Trinidad Ben Hill 2d One Dime 3d Second race handicap dash IV mile was won by Clement J Nettie 2d Wheeler 3d Proctor Maulstick was the favorite in tho last race Tims Third dash won by Hattie Reynolds Melbourne colt 3d Vri 3d Crosslet last Time dasb one and a quarter first Petrel second Lucifer the eastern craci third Thirteen started Trinidad's victory as it WEB easy and gaged in putting ties on a compressed bale and the block came down witb a thud tbat sounded like a sub- terranean explosion It was caused by 801 imperfect castings There tous pressure ou at tiie time and timbers and pieces at iron flew about quite lively for a few moments lously no one was injured Mr Bearce the manager visits to-morrow for obtaining duplicate links MJ3l3tA.K AT Speeches by the lor Governor the Fair Fever Ktc to the DALLAS Sept a5 liack nominee for governor spoke three hours to a at tbe to-day It was ths same old speech slightly varied in A street meeting is being addressed by judge Thurmond who will be followed by Gen Rains London Schneider of Denton reached last night in search of his child who Lad been carried off by his wife who had abandoned him Finding her tbe engine of the law was brought to bear on the case also the final heat and I when matters were compromised by Mrs 311 Schneider returning home with her liege tember 1 er 1 Robinson and Courtney the beating man and Rogers Banian was bom of Irish of GOT Of M to from thv of South raises nore taterent ku ttw excited for the retire was udn Qor Ww breech of of Maita without the the act HS an of tbe law of It us a law It be al and bo if wrong is M lo the Mt UK pru urged with crime at Ontario July IS B5 md is years younger His first appearance in a when he was 10 years of P u one of a of His were the colored an and Denning and their opponents Patrick Gray end two others In Be firat rowed in a shell toe con- test buinz for the amateur championship of take Ontario and Iw was again and John lip defeated Thomas in a race for the of Burlington buy In he defeated Douglas and Wm in two-mile race winning with comparative nse On 12 he defeated McCanB im a two-mile race for tiw champion rowing the two in centennial regatta be won the ons defeating Sal McKay In Ati first prine and the of the world den the champion of America T A aud tue oarsman of London la trial and easily at Brayler in the heat was in Hanlan nert appeared in tiie regatta held on Silver lako at June 1877 Fred A ot York Johnson JS he rowed in the second re- uv ui uio secona re- oil and won the and At the fourth of Julr regatta Haitian out by th for foaling Hanlan match for t five-mile race for with the race took place October IS WOK with ative and no tune waa taken OM from justice W OB fert M BOSTOS Sept Tbe state to tbe voted bv at Mr Avary called the convention to order length Toe commit lord Fine stock of every description is com- ing m daily for the exhibition at the north Texas fair There is at this early day more blooded on the ground than any time during any fair Among the late arrivals are the of T A Gay of Austin Lancaster contributed two beles of ton to the yellow fever sufferers to-day sold to Lovi Bros at one cent per pound above market quotations Mayor shipped to-day a contribution of pounds of flour to tbe sufferers Wra Morris charged with killing tin Frally in Ellis county in 1870 caught fa Brown county and on change of venue trial to-day before judge Hunt on habeas corpus was admitted to bail in The case will lie remembered as one of tbe alleged political crime under tb Davis Fever to tjie Sept was sent from here to-day by telegraph to the ards for tho relief of yellow sufferers at Memphis the same being car mite raised in the various churches on last bath a total of Dearly I WO sent from this poiint Weather fine and picking goes on briskly Died Goodman only son of C Q Goodman at Bagdad 10 per cent The steamer Leo is undergoing repairs and is reputed to be destined for the lower Rio Grande trade say from Bagdad to Matamoros There is high water on the prairie and it is an impediment to the running of cars ou the railroad Complaints are made that the civil au have not punished men arrested for violating quarantine regulations LIBERALITY Sue MB atone for the Telegram to the Sept The school children of Brenham gave a concert at the opera house last night for the benefit of the fever sufferers aud was netted The entertainment was conceived and carried through by the scholars The amount was telegraphed to Dr at Holly Springs this morning The total amount of cash raised here and for- warded is and with a population of 4000 is a creditable showing Mere funds are still being collected has sent forward to Memphis and Holly springs one experienced physician and eight nurses The telegrams report all well bnt hard worked and very tired A Grocery Home Telegram to tiie News WACO Sept Darrow Patterson Co have transferred entire stock of groceries to Pace Gazley Pace sents J B Pace a tobacco firm of mond Gazley was formerly a keeper for Darrow Patterson Co Pace Gatley assume no debts of the old firm Darrow Patterson Co claim as a cause of failure that a pressure was brought against them by false reports being circulated by envious persons which caused them to take this method to save themselves and creditors The stock was sold for Bills receivable o upon that be would advise them when they could In spite of thin warning the parties in question arrived in the city three days ago two of them have been violently with the pre- vailing disease They reside on near Second in the fourth district Dr J T Taylor has returned from gouda plantation sick with the fever He m attended by Bra Brickel and Burns The Howards have received ing from Every available is at work and more are needed Mease send all means sir more female Also f from Holly Please us and ten Fever is spreading and the de- mands apon UH simply appalling The Y M C A report cases ford's entries were the favorites The de- feat of Maulstick settles all suspicion of his The exciting event of the day was the last race Many think it was a dead heat Lucifer was put In a pocket and only got the third place Sept fall meeting of Columbus sociation began to-day The a WOO purse had six Bay Fannie Joe Kellogg park 8.33 trot trot for government should have discretion to enlarge or tho ume of the the tnM amount of currency should fixed by that whatever that amount is it should bu one that shall at any ment be redeemable in coin that all coma of the same denomination shall be as nearly as possible of equal value that whatever currency is by the it shall be receivable by the for payment of public dues at its face value TUB YORK A no aal Joi n Kellr Win and m Occur Sept The democratic convention uwt to-day Hon A P nine wan chosen temporary When the secretary began to call the roll a scene of disorder ensued i on the admission of B K BOBES B ff BOKEN CO SuccKKontoBoren rOK KENT -U r j H K s i J J v j i V No 46 Union Sit itas John Kelly of Kew ir after year Tammany 3 4 a 4 4111 1 S U 5 ii 2 2 2 5 4 3 S 5 6 Whipple 2.80 The trot for had starters ter five heats were trotted there was a general kick among certain parties in- in the pool boxes It was claimed that Dick Wright was not being driven to win A new driver was put on A new driver was ahw behind Silver Sides Owing to the darkness the was not finished but was postponed till to-morrow It stands an far as 3 16112 i 5 4 S 3 4 4 6 C 1 2 11504 Scott B I 2 a 0 t 3340 7 distanced Howards new cates k The continue ta israe rations as Slept No and but one new case for the pact 24 hours The fever is not as malignant as a mouth ago hut there is for it at MEMPHIS Sept noon day to 45 deaths are reported of 25 were reported this morning Among the are Dr Hobt of Columbus Ohio Belcher city register died on Monday! Sept The of health officially 37 deaths yesterday D R B fever at Gills tion east of the city Chas G Fisher and G D Landrum a critical con- dition Twenty-three Howard physicians have reported 119 cases No Abatement at Canton CAKTON So ment of fever Twenty-one new cases within last 24 hours mostly We feel more at our decreased mortality is due to good nursing and tho vigilance and of our Dni Lyons and Priestly who seem to never weary of ing good are meeting with able success We miss services of our president O W Thomas who has been sick some days He to be on duty Father Dugan who with the exception of Father died at hia is the only minister wbo remained UP is out again fully recovered aud goej around entering and encouraging the well and ministering to ths sick Sept deaths and 31 new jases are announced for the past 24 Tirol ve IM VICKSBURG Sept warm and thermometer m Twelve deaths are reported 7 white and 5 colored ST Loma Sept The trotting meeting of the Ht Louis jockey and ting club opened Krst event three-minute class with 13 entries and five starters was won by Highland Queen Ill Clipper z 2 MaryM 443 s sdis dist 2.36 Second 2.19 class 4 entries and 3 being Adelaide 38111 l 1323 Lucille p 2 I 3 S 2 has come here and met with notwithstanding the decisions that we are regular delegates He wanted the tion settled now and forever He the chair would allow the delegates from New York and Kings counties to vote The chair stated be had no other moans of knowing who the members were them the roll call submitted to him by the committees He therefore waa obliged ixi tako the roll aud had directed the tary to call the county of Kingu Mr Weed called attention to the that notwithstanding the chair had the roll of the state committee notice been given that New York and Kings contested The directed the secretary to call Kings to vote on the question V eed appealed from this decision uproar waa tremendous Weed and others filled the aisles shouting and threatening The mavor and police entered the hall and insisted upon the members taking their seats Some resisted on his feet while the hall with confusion Mr Weed had a half dozen police about trying to gut him off the seat he had mounted but ce defied them The police were finally with drawn to the front of the stage The resolution which was the c f the rumpus was carried Whereas the delegation from New Yorl commonly known as the Tammany gation and tbe delegation from King's known as the delegation having repeatedly recognized by thi state convention as a regular delegation and having been so recognized alter last democratic convention and the of regularity being new as then and whereas it is unjust to disfranchise so largo a democratic constituency Resolved that the delegates bo The Highland Queen was the favorite in the first at money against the field Adelaide was the favorite in the second event from the first to the hist BICE liabilities 8 Darrow for- Pilot Telegram to the PILOT via Denteon Sept contribution tbe of thla town for the fever sufferers to 957 ami was forwarded to the relief tee of Memphis making Uw total fund sent to the 25 with more expected I Tt merly business manager is adjusting ters and says that all creditors will be paid in full Telegram to the Sept Ireland spoke here to-day the financial tion An usual he handled Schleicher very severely for his action in congress and claimed that all the papers east of Gonales opposed Ireland because money influenced them to sustain aud especially the Galveston which took in him because be hod fought all monopolies He complained of various false reports by of having two men shot during the war without authority also that the Victoria looked uron him an an intruder in this canvass but the people would teach next November who they want to represent them al Liberty ta tbe 1 September district court adjourned to the illness of Judge there were but few criminal disposed of A left for having in Haudy Whites were all children under 8 years of The fewer continues increasing throughout Warren county Kew deaths are beard of At Bovero IS cases are reported tors nurses and medicines have been sent there The fever at Lake Miss very malignant Mort doctors and nurses will lie sent there to-morrow from At Lawrence Miss ou tile V and It K R the fever is very bad Doctors nurses will alsa be sent there morrow President Rockwood the Howard B alive but no hopes are entertained of his The Kate Dixon left here with doctors nurses and plies for Greenville is reported aground miles above here The steamer Camel has been sent to her relief HOLLY SPRINGS Hiss Sept not get report of new cases or deaths to-night Col Holland and other officials ore too busy with net to nuke up Affaire lire fearful here fullr 5 JO are down with fever SPRINGS Bept cases aid ten deaths in the past 34 hours BATON Sept new Gov Properly the Imputation lu the o render COLUMBIA Sept Hampton has addressed a letter to Gov Rice of in reply to the letter of the latter refusing to surrender Hiram H Kimpton whom Gov Hampton demanded as a tive from Justice He I regret the chief executive of Hie great stuto of Massachusetts should have committed so flagrant a violation of the supreme law of the tion irreparable in ite nature as a state suffering thereby has no possible redrew Had yon confined yourself to giving a to surrender the fugitive I have no further comments on your letter as a disregard by the tive authority of one state concerns tbe of the United but in- as you have Dean Ht to base your action on the ground that in my Patterson Parker and lampion does not appear to be for the purpose of trying for the crime against liim but for a different purpose it is my duty as governor of South Carolina to add that your statement is entirely un- warranted and to repel the unworthy im- putation I do indignant scorn Carroll a negro girl who was at this term of court to two vears an the penitentiary for theft from alw took with him BUI Joaes alias John Johnson who was other day as an convict says win prove on his arrival at that he is not the John Johnson they claim him to be Failure at Co in have BATON LA Sept S M Bobbins civil engineer aud tendent of the government works at the national cemetery here died of vellow ver this morning nt S o'clock brave gentleman universally esteemed by all remained here the advice of his friends who urged uiui to absent during the epidemic His low is much de- in our community by all who knew him Three last No abatement of Whole families arc with fever The groat displayed by our population which our sick to obtain prompt attention has saved lives Between and sixty deaths of yellow fever have to date The situation been growing worse from dar to day for the past und COOKS soon we have much trouble Swad tii new cam reported in the Kavor V wl Sept dispatch Ii a on count of Dr Boyd are down Tke Brie Brown Abandoned SBW YORK steamer reports that 11 she fell in with a waterlogged brig in 40 longitude SO W The er hove to TOd took off the brig's entire crew of nize persons It to be tho brig Brown mas ter for Santos with a of BOSTOK Sept Samara NEW Sept San tiago de Cnba Ser via Arrived Home Bavarian Man tora Emma Moore Wil Ocean Express Charleston ites bo allowed to take seats and participate in the of this convention The to reconsider was declared lost amid great cheering At 4.30 p u a Those who did not sympathize with the taken left the hall to meet at the Park opera house The dissenters met at the Park opera a resolution denouncing the action of taw chairman niag in usurping the powers of the con- vention in the interest of Tammany hall and determined to return to the opera house and fight it out Tho convention at 7.35 p K Mi Weed offered a resolution that no delegate whose sent was contested be made s of tho committee on tials Hr Mitchell moved to lay on the table 196 cays 181 The committees appointed and the convention adjourned till 10 A- row of N Y Sent Howe has been nominated by tbe of the district N Y Bept green the Sid district have Silas NEWARK N J Sept republ ins of the district have John L Baker Sept of the third district have nominated Chas Carter on a platform Tli indorsed the on a platform iy absent f he accepts the hard-money platform th will reconvene Sept republicans o he fourth district have nominated Wai bridge A Field and Occupation of Sept Perth says that although the Bosnian can not be otherwise than unpopular in Hungary the news of the Austrian gives Death of a London Engineer LONDON Penn F R S on eminent engineer is dead Lord lord high chancellor day was gazetted carl aud viscount annoy A Labor In Sept strike has occurred against n reduction of in tho factories nt Radcliffe Pitkin aud Three thousand looms are idle London Sept is that tht bank will reduce the rate at a meeting of the directors to-morrow Money on the street U 4 per cent which is 1 below the bank Purl Aldi the PARIS Sept ibr the fever amount to francs moved Sept sian headquarters have been removed to Adnanopfe or an Sept De Lahitte ister of foreign affairs in is dead oj a Clerk NEW Smt E at the head of tbe velvet department of Arnold i Co has been ar- rested for stealing His had been going on for seven years Fasting and Prayer In the Palmetto State COLUMBIA Sept Hampton hai a proclamation October 4th as a clay of fasting and prayer m view of the mot Eos be- fallen the of tile south BY J J K f 111 irAo not to at Ci u and Apply at and dreus Box A i PY A W MATHON Thr years f lark no earp at st -io of win ijj 1 K j Cal i W I Mercantile DOMESTIC are irregular Money Is 2 per short state bonds g easy at cent sterling exchange Gold at Government bonds steady new fives State bonds quiet 6 ew Yo ra Northwestern 3 The Gold Currency The Sub- Treasurer paid out on account In- and for bonds man ia ol retiring Al anri r LOST W-r 21st vii i i T BOOK n Tbe iu itie pr work to and prin jear id BE I fil it X 33 and America Ill sid TS X S NEW Sept 25 P bailt MOB Sept The secretary Jf state has received from minister Noyes remittance of francs I or ever including from pn si ent and YORK Sept D Seine T Guest Haane Sew YORK Sept nia The Pope Ron Sept pope on receiving a number pilgrims pressed pleasure that tbe for grimage had returned and that the to arrive were citizens of a country destined to preserve within its bosom the of He efforts making to root out the faith lut the people of Italy would not it to he taken from aly wot there He was Sept Lord ed tbe yesterday with an he aakL he moke atrict mto the awl run toot that the catholics of would their to the church tbe tke difficulties of tie are more sons of the church ought to amelio legal for Sept than half 300.000 oa count of adjudicated in favur of American by tbe cin and which win be doe Hit beat in New by he to credit be there before tiie date the whole m will thea to credit of atata ii R Co bar ar- with in in n Fire A aM te Sept The director ot the Chicago and St Fan! railroad have de- clared a of per cent on pre- ferred atock Four deaths and S cases Sept Three sisters named nave got the fever It is supposed they canght tt from a ger car from Memphis left near their dence or Gunpowder Sept from Switzerland ai the southern month of the tunnel reports that three case of gunpowder exploded to-day Ten workmen were kilted and several terribly injured A Pa Sept steamer Juan Mir for the Cuban trade was launched this A announces that the occupied out resistance This virtually the pacification of Bosnia SKW YOIK Sept City of Arrived Berlin Keiaper Viscount Two Theatrical to have been as as was Dickie Lingard in the choice of a The Dickie thought sbe was making a rare natch with a descendant at a family who was beir to quite a laige estate In- cf that she picked op a newspaper with plenty of bat an retire absence of or sbe bad mated rich broter wbo would give her position and wealth bat who unfortunately has no cash and are ally at his heels Dickie ii now her be makes a show under 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