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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - September 21, 1885, Galveston, Texas                                The News. (Fptablislml isri A. H, BELO OftU" s publication: GALYESTOX and DALLAS. TERMS 'Hnjiy, time tlmn six___3 t OO Unill, six months, l.y inull 5 twelve by nmll............. vt-liiy, twelve lunnElis. hy IHilil.......... t TBEMOST OPJiKA-HOUSB TWO ANI> TUKSDAY MATINKK. j.nd Tm'-iilfiy, Srptrmbnr 31 nuJ TinMiljy ai 3 M. The Hispt-st .iml Lest in tlie mcIKTTiKE HEATH'S HAS D M'F f I'At.'l. L II MINSTRELS, lln.l'rsic'ii-g tlie Olebritles of tho l-'ir- r'urn imr Spt-uial Si-cucrv, yfli els, t pre.- -Titinir fi IiiiUhi'it, Novo! and AS A ROYAL KKCE Plt-mtny. Septcmlior LIZZIE MAY ULMKK. O COTTON FACTORS, KAM'ESTON, TEXAS. MOMIJT IN ADViSCE OF STIII'MESTS JS HE HEQUIISTED TO CORllESPDND WITJI US jrouiiS I. 00, WHOLESALE Aan nfiruiiiLMO 5 O O 13 A C T O B S. GAL.VFSTON, TEX. IAlElPlEE, LOTTOS FACTORS and Straiul (jaTvestoR A QUESTION ABOUT Browns Iron Bitters ANSWERED. Th'f bus drrn fiski-d thonMncIa f.irwhij'nn'i'm.-ii'j.-iiJiy-ici :n would prea.-nbf Ha i.S (IK till' nueiit tn t.n> nnd inquiry of any (T O iii-Jt'l Ul t I -o all otiuTirnn it-ilo. rnrts DyspcpHki. CbllN und Fevers, Tired in rha ll.ir IE rr t.iiribs.IlciitlnclieroclN'finritl- for ail Iron is present tlaily. BROWiTS BiTTERS.nSt-St'a3 ininctc. nil ntluT ihirotich DiPtlicir.es. i l.y the pvmptcni ot' tjar.flit 'riit-innscii-s tticti firmer, thr- tim nctivo, >r o, rxt. irn.v to I-.rijthH'n i-1t-.ini ..n supplied f..r flii..'.. Jir.wnV Iron Bkf-rn. in thu ONJ.Y In.- mrdiciiio 171106 SAFES Vault Doors FGRJSALE. One, New lire-proof Fault Door. Cue New Fire and Barglar-proof Safe, Has the latest Improved Chest, With Grace HinRe, and ilrst-clasH bank Lock. One New Fire-Proof Safe. Thews articles are of first-class manufacture, ju9t from the factory and for saie cheap. ADDRESS FOR PARTICULARS, GEG. M. STEIRER CO., Commission and Grain Merchants, S.7Z Strand, Calveston. HIGHLAND BRAND 80NIB3ED MILK, 3Ianufactured by new patent process, SUGAR, A rich, cieamy 51 ilk, better than any yet produced, and especially adapted for Infants' Food. SADFFMAN RUNSE, AGENTS.__ "_ ST. LOUIS. Send for our price list and illustrated catalogue.________ DOMESTIC CIGARS from SOO par M and up- itnportetl Hfivitna, 50; 50; toboeci s, 3iJ.oC V cigarette papers, >'J 59 V ICO. Order j-ample box; Kiiaranteetl to pleE.s- ihe most Will not he undersold. A. SermiolF.. corner Ptrtuul ami street. U. fliANFILL'S ttATESVILLE ADVAXCK Is the Prt.hit.ition paper ot a Special to alec's. Seampls A Poor 1'lare for the tied Broihur, r-i-xvEK, September Santa to Tribmio says that Genera ililes started for Lravenworth tLis af ttr rulicg tho following message to G-JV- fcfl.O: s; getting alltho information Dbrain- able and conpiilur-g witli tho district com- niaiidcr, I have put additional troop-i in the iltirt, rquipped ia p'jeh o- way that tbey cia ri rriiners or Inrlinnn can go. and i; tvill tl-t-ir duty to hunt rne latter in placrs irioy gffck t-hcUir. Colonel Sra-Hey with me in tbe bellpk' that with the pre- ft'jir. of troopfj they will gtve pro- tection to the settlements and make the terri- tory exeeedirgly uncomfortable tor JcdioEH. My object is to New Mexico nntersblo for Indiana and restore confidence to dtiztDB." Texan [SpaciAL TO TUB Nvwa.1 "WASHCTGTOIT, September TbB following Texas postmasters have been commigsloned: Bobert F. Grogac, Benvauae; John T. AUfecm, op FL-BLICATIOS NOB. 184 AIO> 188 MSOBAKIO STREET. KxnuutD AT trre I'OSTOFFICE AT UAL'-ESTOH AS TOL. XfJV.-NO. 150. GALVflSTON. TEXAS. MONDAY. SErTKMHKR 21, VS8f> ESTABLISHED 1842 This I'OM i'tT nevor varies. A niarrel of purtty. Btrenfrth ami ivlmlpcr-ineni'.-s. ecouoiiiiow thun tlie onlirnrv kinils. Koltl only In cans. BOYAL UAK1NU CO., liM Wall ot., N. V. WHAT IS O-N IN THE OLD WOHLO. 'Dtp HcuniHian tlrvolutlon. LONDON, September Alexander cf Bulgaria bus confirmed M. as pro- visional governor ot HoumeHa. Tho Bulga- rian Chamber of Deputies will be convoked on next. Xho army of Bulgaria Is being uud when united with the Roume- linn militia will, it in eaumated, fortn an ef- fective forco of 5U.IOJ men. Russian otHcsra command bulk of the Roumellan militia. Bauds of Bulgarians uiuler tho c.iaimanJ of Atlvicty from Berlin nnd Vioivua favor tho opinion that peace will bo aiaintftineS oa the ground tbat revolution was coacocted in Petersburg, with tho Austria un- der on agreement made at the Bremier inter- view, affording to tho terms of which Auatria is btlibertj to annex Bosnia and Hercjgoviia. If tbe por'y atou.UI threaten violent me.ianres, llUR-ia, it in believed, wll; intervene In favor of ll'.'imif ST. FF.TEBEHURG, September ii hoped In court circles htirt> that thp signatory powers of tho Berlin treaty will sc-ttlu the RouuieUan trouble? amiably, keeping in sight the just grievances cf tho r en pie. Austria, It is thought, TviJl j.TobaMy auuei Bosnia and Her- zot'ovinn. The Work or KxpuUInn (.'ODtinnen LONDON, September expulsion of FruFfciuna from Galicia, in reprisal for tho ex- pulsion from Prussia of A uatro-Hungarians, Gorman employes ara being dismissed nnd products are boycotted. Tho authorities ID permit feieons I'Xi-flUd frura to return to that country, if thtir hia extended over a period siitrer. yrr.rd. Great misery prevails on the PoJUhfroiittt-r. PATS, September Admiral Miot, the French commander in Madagascar, has asked far reinforcements, and thetroopshlpScaman- dnr is about to lenve for Tomntoo with a forca of 7CO men. T he Freeh aquaUron at Madagas- car will fileo ba increased, raising Admiral Alicl'e command to'i500 men and seventesa men-of war. COKSTAXTINOPLE, September court are being brought against Sir Berry Druuiniocd Wolff, the British special envoy. I be porte is averse to sending a cora- mietion to Esypt to inquire Into the condition of affairs there, in conjunction wf.th a British commisMon. War In Turkey. COSSTAKTINOPLZ, September council of ministers waa held to-day, presided over by the sultan, at which it waa decided to appeal to the powers to maintain the of the pcrte In Ronmelia, Orders have been bsued to collect an army corps at Adrianople. IHgBft HlalB. LONDON, September last re- ceived bere relative to tbe death or Digna say that be waa killed after crashing defeut of his force of 8000 Hadendowas by the Ketsala gerri-on end hiendly tribes. Bloody Work at AnarchM Mooting. PARIS, September moo ting of Anarch- ietB was held here to-day ia the neighborhood of the Bourse. The meeting broke up ia a row. Many persons were wounded by ihoU from revolvers. A tteBeral War Pearei. PARIS, Eeptamber is feared here that the Koumelian treubld will lead to a general European Imbroglio. TheKastia mablej and serious reemta are anticipated, TUB UaliOLIXEH TUOUBLK. A Garrison Established on tho Chief  lan JojureJ. JONA, Abuor Aldrlcb, a man of about 45 jears cf agp, witU hia wife and two children, one of them a young- of 20, Hved on a farm about uiltej north east of this city, and one mtli east of CiUtaa station, on the Detroit, Lauslup and Northern railway. Tbe family have been for years the terror of the neighborhood where they reside, Aldrirh has been arrested for aaianlc and thrrnU agaicst life time out of number, and was never without a Sometime since a judgment wai obtained against iu a jiittico'.i court at Portland, hut no cflk-er there would attempt the collec- tion, ?o It was brought to this city and given to CoufciabJp Ferry Chapman, with a warning to takt- he lp with nlm and look out for hlanelf, He took with him Bradley and VV. A. jMnsley. r.f thid city, anil went oat then TMter- day. 'J'hoy found Aldrinh aud hla -0-year-old toil loading in some bogs. Cbipman etepped to ttin wagon n-hore AUrloh nnd said he wna an ofncer and had an e tion. Aldrich canght up au axa lying in tbe wagon and it to Etrike, when Cbapmnu C37ore-l hirn with his revolver, and at ltd muzzle pdlfri him to leave the wigon, nnd stilt ciorsr- it'g him told the men to sviio him, but they could do FO the man hurl got a rifla and oier.ed on ana the woman cttmut: witb an ST. Yonng Aldrich lirod at Chapn.tn and hid, and he turnei and stot at joucfr Aldrich, who recovering a re- peating carbine, opened frooi the hc.iife. Prariley fell at the third b-i5 hclptd awav hy Atmly. Ch-ipoiin was jurcd, finding alDne be Airislfy vas but Blightly injucecl, but Br-tl- ii in a precarious condition, Hia right arm lato In the afternoon, and hj is do: eg as well KH euiiM be e.tpected. A warrant was iwuid for the AldricbM, tha two men and tbe wotnin, and tbo sheriff and "cur went out to ?orvo It. After hoU- ing tbe ofllctra .h ritles they finally yielded, and nt wera in jniL Thvy utill kppt their gtius, and more troobie wna expected. Tbeliooee where the livi i' b'mrdc'J up end the WBllji pierced for riflo oa tto plan of a frontier fort, an J Id noiriy as ttrong. The family are armod with ivp.vi: ins rirltg. and thpy have for years kopioll cu the plan cf yrattrday. t: Arrri'.rd. TO Tni Nxws.1 dcptember John Fan- tier, a defaulting witnedsin tho o" the State Jaines H. iliiliken, who fGrt'-.'it-xl hi.i bend at tho last term cf the court an-J WAS firifd J.V for contf-mpt of o.'inrt. WAS irre-ttfd nt town tfcii moruicp by I'rij'i placftl a tor.ii of JUHn for lua et-ptarflt.ee at the Court at Hood courtr, Tt-x., thtrn to give in thtcftsr-of State vs. J. H. Miiiikou, in cf tbe Btata. _ Three .Wrrtti llir Lily. TO SAX AXTOMO, Dinlel Dur.- iran, a state ranger of Captain Soiber'j cjm- pany, waa a ire t ted last for being drunk and A. D. Baker, who waj or is now state wa? arrested for firing olf his pi -it a! in street. Vcilberhim and Ben Jones ware ar- rested to day for Oghtioff. A bCBMlloMkl Msory. JFHSST CITY, September Much com- ment bas been occasioned by a coincidence in tlie departure of tbe Itcv. Fatbor Batlfr, of St. church, Mii3 Mary Kilo a Brady, a ycurg lady of an t ituily. Father Butler had a steady caller oc Braciy, who is a member of another church. He was recently transferred to Morriatown.for which place he started to day, but baa not yet arrived there. MIM Brady left her home abjuc the tame hour cf tbe priest's departure, osten- sibly to vit-it friends to Brookly. She bu not I jet reached there. Her friends make no M- cret of tbf ir that she and priest have abandoned the church to become man and wife. PatDrday'i Record for SpalBi September Throughout 8paTn yesterday there were COS new cases of cholera reported, and 337 deaths from the disease. The Plague at Palermo. RCMB, September The cholera reports from Palermo, Sicily, for tho twenty-four hours show 258 new and 11-1 King Humbert hopes to visit Palermo shortly. To be Tried for Want general Hlrother RrappolaicJ. JBy Mexican Cable Direct to Galveatoa.1 CITY OF SlEXico, September 20. Congre33 bus decided that Deputy Oraana, who shot Hardie, en American, cannot plead immunity from ordinary judicial proceedings on acsoant of being a member of Congress, and he will be tried for murder before the the Third Sectional Court. Minister Jackaon has been active in procuring tbe eatabllahment of legal proceedings. The Amrriean colony ia desiroaa for tha ro- appoininient o? Consul-general i: beiog undcratrcd the new appnintaa ia to be smt elfewbeiv. Strother was a Republic-id, but a nfllcial. as well H3 lifpabiicans bero favor hia return. I DP u ranee In Georgia. NEW YORK. September In view of dis- patches from Georgia received here by fire in- surance companion indicating the probable of valued policy law by the Georgia legislature, a meeting was held at which it wai unanimously resolved that the passage of the pending bill would compel the companies to decline insuring any property affected by iti All agenU of these companies in Georgia will be at notified of the acttw. September The liar ion (Ind.) special the killing of An- drew Owicgs, a farmer reildmjc two from tbat place, last night. a 17-year- old SOD, escribes the act to brother Ira, aged 10. The latter and his mother stato thili ceighbors had attacked the boose with a view of driving tbem from the neighborhood aad that UK man WM killed whlfo misting. tons and tbe wife remained In bed after tbe arrival of the officers and during pro- gress of the Inqawt mactfeatod no interest. A verdict of parricide waa returned. The two eons were placed under arreat and tha mother will be arrested to- night. M.ITTEKS. Arriving SABAIOGA, September to ctate Republican are arriTing very Btowly. To-Light there are not more than 3CO of them in town. No caucuses will be held be- fore to-morrow night, when It it expected all delegates will b: en the ground. Zt Is said by delegates now here that never before in tbe history of New York politics have the Republicans 90 alow in uiitar- ing Iheirplans; that there Is absolutely no ground at this time upon which form an opinion as to woo will be nominate I, Among these known to be candidates are: James D. TVarren, of BufTa'o, late ehiirrnvj of the state committee; Jos. W. late of IJreiel, Morgan Co., Noah Ira Daveuport. Wui. H. S a ward, Hon. Lsvi P. Morton, and Secretary of Bute Jos, B. Corr. 'i here are several others who will not possibly receive more than complimentary votes. The vrorbera of the party do not to say that thtre 13 cot jet any programme, ajd teat tbe probabilities aro tbere will noae until all the delegates have arrivo-1 conferences have been held. All tho delegates profess to be f jr b ir- mony nnd the possible ciudi Tte tipper county delegates appear to be on the New York delegation to pre- P. usme upon which they can baraioaizs, ctd the city say the nominee unit be a Nerr York city man, ic ii belayed tho re- f-ult will be tho selection of a eauJidatu frj.u tbat city, although there are hero who thick fevorably of Seward. A Uladfftll, If True. OIXHS, September 20 family of 'Wm. Talmage, of this city, has fallen heir en estate in'England worth The estatt is one ol tha oldrat in England aud comes through the wife ot Mr. Tilcuage, >Saj bcs been dead years. ner hua- tacd the leaves three children. Mr. TalmaKO bed his family start for England to-morrow. Unit Agalnit mm Cxpreaa Company. ST. Louia. September Slit-ourl-Fa- cific Railway company and the Wabash rail- road of bridge aud tunnels, filed EDtt yesterday against the United States Express company, aaklnj for bilaoca due for carry expraai yoodn orer bridge from tbe time tbe bridge WM opened In 1575, I'EtlKMU.MEH C'oBwrrailon ol I ho Itluhl -lerumlab 0'nnlllvaa M BlHhup UMoMle. WAS-niROTOK, September Tbo ticn of the Rev. Jeremiah O'Sullivan, pus tor of Bt. Petcr'a Catholic church of this city, as tiiliop of uloccse of Mobile, Ala., toolr place at tbat church to-day. Tlia careiaony foneecrtainic a blihop uauilly takuj pi m a catbudral, but at tbe urgent requRst; of Pother O'duUfvan, the archbishop confjo to perform the ceremony at the church of the bishop elect, in thi> preatncd of hia coagregu- tiar. Therefore, the same ceremony whtob, for more than 1S1K) jeari ha% ut Ufn performed in various parts of the worM, WM to day performed for the llret ttma at tbe capital of tbo nation, aud in a little uaore- ttntioua church on Capitol bill. Tbe church and main altar wera elegantly adorned with ilowcra, while hundreds ni td candles fornua crowns and triuugul.tr wavc-t cf light. On tbe righc of tue main tiltar waa tbu throne for the archbishop, over wliii-h lung u canopy of lUtiroon cloth, t.-im- D-.cd with rrir.ge of tba aamo On tho Ifft was the fin a! I altar for the blshop-elojS, which wan draped with black and ail -iruwd with ftonen and caniileB. 3 wan tuun by a choir of forty voices, with crchcsiral On tbe eltaVtttuiij, tne krilliantly llghtelal- tur, archbLhup, arista ut bisbopi, deacjus utd tub c PU ecus in den vcstmeutsthobl-tiop- tlcct in and (fold, tho ultar Iwys la pur- ple csrscclis a.nd white (surplice, a uuui'oor of aorljttfl in white alpaca with red t'ollarf, and sashw, and white fturpliccs, holding large lighted tbe glittering rnDttfli'Oi cro93, more than flfty prieitd in block cafacrkn and white all rever- ently kmtllng with bowo.l brails, whilo tbd and chalice were ht-M aloi'c, formed u Kittnin and impressive scenu. Mott lUveruud Archbiihop Jamoa of Eahmicre, waj the consocrator aad cole- braut of the mass, with lllght Uoverer.il J. J, Ktane, bishop of Richtnond, Va and Revrrecd H. P. Northrup, bi-hopof lnnt B. C., as assisting consocratiag Aftfr the Irnvcatag; which euterd.l (be cburcb bad reached the nlttr, tbu cnreino- Diea began by the senior bishop tee follows: rtvert'nd father, our holy mother, the Catholic cLurcb, rcuuifca of you to raise this prltftt bere prefeut to the oHlco of n The conKcrator asked: you tbe apos- tclic commiMion f "We bave." Tbe conftcrator: Let It ba read." The document prt'soiitcd to tho conw- crator'a notary by thn snd read by When hu concluded rsafl- ii.tr (lie com ID i.v ion the eaiJ: 'ihu catb of duty and fidelity was then aj- nitiiihtered to tba by the couse- c rat or, After the completion of ad-ikionil soUmin rrrt monies tbi> ptmiOiTfttor f-tood unL-ovon'J a" the altar and a hymn had been tbr prayers. The cousi.vrator aud asi-isliBg bbhop3 then stood uncovered at I he of the altir, all the othen kiwlt down amithi? new bi-ihop went to the middle cf tho aitar wearing hia mitre and hav- hand, ni-.ide tho sign of the on tho altar aud then uu his breast nuci gave liU to ail ajaembleJ in church. The comecrator arid assistant! their mitres turned their faces towinl thu epit-tle tide of the altar to wiu'-o the t i; hop went, and turning torcnrd themi sat. I, "for many He advatxvd did t'w faree at the niidrtle of tbo nltur aid at tbe fott of the aj hd rose, Rfive hhn the fei-a of [Wtii.'ti as did tha niits. TLP procession refornifil and let'c the rhnrch tho of a Catholic in vitir iir.t AHJlllonal of Fire. TO THE September At this morning the planing mills of H. J. Alton vSb Ercs. were destroyed by fire. Ic was the work of an tacendinry. The total lost Is with no insurance, as tho policies all expired on tbe taut. This mill was destroyed about a ago and rebuilt, and there is little doubt wilt In a few weeka be running as tbe firm is one of tbe most solid, ilaancially, ia this part of tho city. Vlrtm DICKINSON, Dak., September Prairie bave beon raging all day. Miles of coun- try are horned and numerous In grain, hay, and live stock and buildings are reported. It is ImpocsJblo to eatinme the damage, bat it will amount to several thousand dollars. Ihe fire is supposed to have been started south of here by Indians. AX OFFICIAL. Pace Del Colleder Will Hare 10 Ike Flank. (Bncux. TO Tsn HKWS.! EL PASO, September joyful atate- mcQt cornea from the city of Mexico tbat Lceza, of the Paso del Norte custom-house, will tM bounced. Loexa, it isrtaUd, has tweo more liberal and deflant in the afeesamput of flnee tbaa who were ditcharfced on that account, aad talk of bis removal has been common for some time. The gathering in of in the shape of fines in the put quarter furpaaaei the aswta- mcnt record ol any of Us predecessors in, the same space of time, and has become too well known in tbe United Btatea, and it is not likely tbat the influential political aristocrats who back him will be able to save bis tieadt from tbe vengeance of tho Dfazadminiiiira- tion, which the good will of Sam. The collectors of tbe Paso del Norte district bave been changed often in the past, and each Is to have gone away rich, but Loeii, ic is thocght, will depart richer than any other. He came comparatively poor, but now be has, it is eaid, an abundance of property and enter- tains in princely style, and haa frequently, as he did lately, invited tbe merchant? whom he has victimized to attend his costly banquets. Mexican atlego that Loezi has often acted illegally in the assessment oC WASHINGTON, September the west gulf Btates: Local rains continuing, occa- sionally heavy on the coast, northeasterly nearly stationary temperature. Tbe cjclonic disturbance continues in tha gulf, but fcss moved to thy eastward. Cautionary sig- nals continue nt stations on the and oa ibo Atlantic 1'rom Jacksonville to Charleston, Brazil to Contribute lo the Orleans Ex. portion. NEW ORLEANS, September Commissioner Hill, of the exposition, tole- BrspbR from WashinRton: "Duncan advices from Pars, Brazil, tliat the president ot tho trade exchange promises that product ol tho province of .Vara will bo sent to thu Annriaaa expedition at New Orleans immediately." Hcnil Hace. ST. Louis, September single scull race en C'reve Civur lake, afternoon, ba- twfcn Gaudauer and Harry Purkor, threo miles with a turn, for a purse of Gau- dauer to give Parker five seconds, won easily by Gaudauor. 2L.15; Parker, 31.50. Tke of HAVAKA, Beptember Mori, presi- dent of tbeCaionConstltational party, has of- fered tbe governor-general the money necea- eaiy to Immediately complete the defenses of the port of Havana. The governor-general accepted tae offer and baa ordered estimates of Ue cost of the work to be made STATE ITEMS FROM YAIUOUS 1'OINTS. scut TO Tn o, 8c-ptembor The laying of tbo comer stcne of the public achool-hous3 to-day was well-attended. Tbe procession rntber k'ngtby, and wai composed of Mas ana auJ KLigbteof Labor, tbe city band furniab- ing thu mueic for the occasion. The Knighta cf Pjtbtoa failed to join the procwjlon, owing to tbe thut a Beater portion of their JIIQCQ- btrs fftihnJ to put iu an appearance. A ccDf-idertibJe amount of cotton been merkfted lii-re alreatly, but, owing to tbe ather, comparatively a small portion baa picked, Tbo business bousw bofng erected for par- lien by Meters. MltlUccn Co. are rapidly ap- j.roflchiug completion. A   sriliHKD LP. of Terrell and Hanfman at Over am Elertlon. Tinncrx, Pfptember full ret urn 3 cf ycfteriifty's election on the county leatques- ticn give Terrell IMtiO and Kaufman 3130 votes, Tthichis far below the necessary This elect ion has been an unfortunate matter for tbe county, as much bad blood has been etii red up. Some threats of violence and other means of force are reported against Terrell canvassers, while those working in the Interest of Terrell at Kaufman, including the county clerk, A. L. Self, aud Air. Rouaeeaur, were advised, it is alleged, to leave tbat place, which they did without delay. It Is reported that Mr, Self and Jim Harris, a backer ot tbia place, were burned in effigy ac Kaufman, last night. Aimed parties were in town last night, hunt- ing tbe leading negro canvasser for ferreira interest Oar people are quite Indignant at these evi- dences of unfriendllceiF. While we have dona nolblcg to provoke the interest taken against Terrell by certain Dallas parties, the matter has created some opposition to the Dallas pa- and TILE NEWS ia more than ever in demand now. BXPOI-1T1OS MATTERS. BxfalblUri lo Bring Tbelr to New London Heard From. IPpirciAL TO THB CORSICAKA, 'September Joun- SCD, commlfiflioner in chief for Texas to the tbe American exhibition at London, and the North, Central and South American exposi- tion at Now Orleans, leaves to-night for Gal- vtBtoaon business connected with the ftate Captain Johnson has just received word, from Director General John W, Glenn tbat ev -Tything is ready at New Orleans, and is eshibicora to bring their exhibira at tbe possible moment, as both space and time are petting limited. He ulso received word from Coramhaioner- Generol Bread, of tho London exposition, that MY. Whituoy, president of the American ex- position ut London, hrvd arrived in this ooun- iry to some fellow Americans, and will ba able, in a few dayg, to communicate aoruo greet froui his visit, which will bs nmteriully felt in Texas; thai agents for the London exposition aro at work ac thj Sc. Louis, Loui-ivil'e aud Chicago exposition, uu-1 that thG exhibitora at points will much to uicko tho London ospoutfon a success.________ Denonuccd. Fiovx FALLP, D. T., K-pteuilier tha convention Ei'crrtonin a speech dunowncad CftmpbaU'a rtsclution cf tbe diy before as revolutijiviry in spirit, nnd said Dakota seek admission in a conciliatory ppirit, and bad rather see it nnmin a Territory for twenty year.  JlnJeH Art CHILLIES, SOJJoxi-H NUTMKGS. Aborted Prices. IMPORTERS, MANlIFACTUllKRfi.t WHOLESALE DE'.LESS, TK-YAH. liAVOL CITV L.OtJ.lIjy. I'cmpSimeiitarv Ltorontotlvn [SrHciAL ro TUB HOUSTON, September Sansot rail- >rfty dejMirfn'ienta that wont to Now Orleans took with them about nine inc-niberfl (5( the Houston Light Gunrd. of Chem belonged to tho Hobilo, N'JW Orloanb and Philadelphia drill team. The morning wan Ushered iu by a drizzling rnin end a leaden thy. This evening tho sun uebinifig brightly, which is very encouraging. COMI'LIMKNTAKY I'ltESfcXTATIOX. Atll.no oVlocka. m. to dav, ia tlieofH-n of (he pupfrintcndt-r. t of tlia Tr-xaa anj Fargo express, there wna u gatiioriuK oC tne cfilpeiBOiid local employe of this s-rvicofji1 tho purpose ot appropriately ig Superintendent C. T. Osunpbeli. gueBta were also present. Aftr'.r thf; gentlemen abavo mentionei had Brscmtled Wm. J. Smith, aii'Utur o( cho et- prf-ea ocmpany, ni'ose ami made the following Campbell: I bavobsenselected hy those gentle-men to express, iu fur as I may ba able, their Ecntiuicnta on tbia tbe fiftieth unal- verftury of your birth. IE occurred tj of ua lo take tho initiative in a tcplimonial for thia occasion. Tho quick ra- ppOBEo and wordrtof ttlfectioaate regard, frotu oil fcourren, we had hat an- ticipated tho universal sentiment of ser- vice. If I con Id have collated and tendered theee they would have boen more dear to you ttitin these gema. We, the that you will receive at our hands this f-mull pouvcnir of our atlichmenr. You have been with us and over us lor ten jt-drj, and we Lave always found you true, jiiot and kind. We wirli pleaa'ire, that you huvo paastfd the of life with your eyes undimmod and your natural .Torre oud we pray tnat you may puss mBuy more birthdays in health and fctrenjith and iioally be taken into tbit reat that nil expressmen will appreciate" 11 r. Campbell In ft feclinx mnnoer, slatirg t.aat whilt? he pridu iu having bean true Lo of hia company, ho felt pride that hv. had rc-J-iineil the cf Lhrfu who labored with him. He was TO years eld to-day, bat this moment wuuld ba considered by him in aftc-r yanre tho ten- der aud btr'ikiEg of tbe period ho had passed After the ppccchcs of presentation an-1 rn- cepliou were made, the company aaien'jiel adjoumcd to the Hutch ins wht-roatiibla fpreed Tsith viaadd where wine sparkled in its fascinating beauty. Toist3 were ilrniik ami to in a happv and vein, even GALVESTON XEWS being toaeted with full and foaming gobleca. The fclloivirg1 gent lemon Hat down to the well spread tabl-i at Thsmaa B. proprie- tor of the Hntcbitis hnass: Superintendc-nc C. T. Campbell, H. M. Golibart. Auditor J.lSsuith; Agents John Mv.'Calloch, S. C, HnrRls. E. C. tipea-je, Cupt-jm I-. F. Cranforl. aeent; B. E. Oolibart, E B. Valentine. W. H. Ncal, F. E. Lamptcu, W. Anderson, J. J. Atkin- son. Tbe Invited paest.3 wiire pro- Frnt: E. G. Thompson, Fcutroin Horace Hull, u.iioitnr of the Rooi ton anti Xos aa Central rail way, an d THE The present to Euparinteorient CampbeH consisted of the following valuable and nttraoiive pieces of jewelry: One solitaire uiamciul stud, carats, i-i fini-st wafcr; cuff liuitona, with pold rim and onyr, oa whifli are the initial letters C wrought In t-mall Ji'auionds; and diamond collar aad g-jlJ cellar burtons. THE LOCOMOTIVE Much anxiety i3 felt on tho part or the cUi- zrns of Houston aa to the probable result- of cue dijDculty now existing betvreen the authorities of the Sunset line and the Locomotive engineers of that extenBive rouxe. Up to the present time both the officials aui the engineers hive kept close moulhs. Monday's developoionts muj I e of an interesting character. PERSONAL. 8. W. Wheat, wife and children, of F.ich- aro guests at the Capitol. Colonel Wm. H. Sinclair came up to-day from Galveston. Ho is stopping at tha Hutching home. J. F. Ager registers the Capitol from Chicago. H. 11. Mclntyro Ia a at the Hatchlni hoosp. He la registered fi'om New York. J. RiLcaid, of St. Is at tbe Capitol. D. Martin, St. Lou' B. Coopwr. Wood- ville; W. O. Frazer. -V; a. Blactrille, Kansas City; K Rigadale, Richmond; A. P -'i; VV. P. Home, New Ph B. Comtes, Alban- '-e MitcliPl, Ernest, Huntavillc; are at the CapitoL M. O. Mays Bt. Louis; C, Tille; C. H. Vahey, P. A.Vahey. T. L. Nicewamer, Denison; L. H. E. L Kainefl, Texas; b. Jtewton, Deniaou Wiles, Fort Worth; J. J. Wheadon, H. Rosa. Waco; G. W. Yerby, New York. W. E. Sn.itb, New Orlewia; C. D. ilorey, St. Lcois; Mrs. W. L Shumate, Atlanta; f. G. George, city; J. L. Vlgliol. Little Rocfc; X. R, Cculy, Galvcston, are at the Hut china. Mexican I tern i. There are forty prisoners in jail at Cha- The Two Republics At 1 the Ycqula were "holding their fort" ou the I anks of the Yaqai river, Tbo CoDStruction company of tha Cruz harbor works keot their premise. Bi- fore tbe monlh of August had the ncrtheaat wall had been completed, aud tha teriepleia completed between two wills. Rafuel Cojigal and Guadelupe clerks in tha store of Manual Fiz, In Cucrnavacs, were found deid on tho third Guerrero street, soon after several pistol shots ehots had been hoard. Tho former was 30 years old and tbe latter 15. They hai com- mitted suicide but the causu not assignod. General Cortina, a prisoner in the military penitentiary of Santiago since 1S75, has bsau released on his word of. boner not to leave tliu city. [Cortinaa used to mako things hot oa tha Texaa side of the lower Rio Grande.] It is eaid that Mine. Caidoron 
                            

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