Weekly Democratic Statesman. (Austin, Tex.), Ed. 1 Thursday, January 3, 1878 Page: 2 of 4
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Q. C. Lamar John B. Gon
Ellis. Randal Gibson E. A. Burke an
Tinnry Ttrnwn hurl iktt&pA flint
o v it n a -
thu count should not be broken up in
the House' and that Ilayes should be
'counted in that Louisiana and South
Carolina should be instantly liberated.
Hayes we are told by Chandler was
made president by the heroism and de-
votion of Packard and . Chamberlain
and these two worthies were instantly
sacrificed by him. Though the dull
moral perceptions of Mr. ChandUr
could not have contemplated the facts
in their p-oper aspects yet nothing is
truer than that Flajes should have de-
stroyed two governors ' base enough to
make a president by unlawful and cor-
jupt practices as asserted by Chandler
and if all that Chandler divulges in
this behalf were literal truth the Pres-
ident should be lauded for his conduct
towards two dishonest men pretending
'tobe chief magistrates of .Southern
States. It is v none the less true
that the vices of these two cov-
ernors in no wise affect the honesty
of Mr. Ilayes. He was made presi-
dent by Congress and the Electoral
Commission and had no right to go
behind their action.
Mr. Chandler inveighs against Key's
appointment with much bitterness and
assails Fitzsin.mons the new Demo-
cratic Marshal of Georgia and the
Irish gentlemau .and Democrat Wal-
dron of Tennessee also made Mar-
tliul Tn truth. Chandler's letter is a
terrible bill of indictment against the
. mode of election and policy of Mr.
Hayes. It will provoke mudh discus-
sion. Already Wattcrson and Mr.
Secretary Sherman have pronounced
Chandler's assertions false and the
man Burke who is said to hold the
written contract between Stanley
Matthews aed the Southern Congress-
men above named should at onca pro-
duce the paper or deny its existence.
The fierce and implacable Mr. Chand-
ler closes his remarkable paper with
the assertion that
It is the duty ot true Republicans to
take prom nt and courageous action. Si
lence is a crime; acquiescence and in-
action are political death. Can the
Republican party of heroic achieve
xneuts be bound to an administration
hich is not a free agent but is bound
a uareain to ucn. vjoruon. u. u. i.
r. Wade Hampton and otaer
Democrats now in high office
the blood of murdered
ot every voter in
ares and Tack
.ue title and that when
ned and trampled down
. an rrpmnvhl atnin
.The Republican party
d survived many at
1""""on only because
vied upon high
JaaiesA. Gartfeld ttosa Jt
Q. C. Lamar John B. Gor3?nSifc yMr
Ellis Randal Gibson E. A. Burke anttT -f through
gress hesitated to create
a force even 25.000 strong. Sectional
ism is only seen and felt in the conduct
of two party-leaders Blaine and Conk-
ling while all the forces and authority
of the President are directed to the
benign purpose of obliterating every
trace of war and of sectionalism. Here
and there persons occupying high
places are devoted rather to the pro-
motion of partisan than of patriotic
purpo8e?and the few would sacrifice the
country's peace and pander to sectional
prejudices that partisan organizations
may be maintained in all their terrible
compactness and with all their feai-
ful sectionalism. But the good and
true will triumph and sooner or later
the aim of the President and of those
in Congress co-operating with him will
be accomplished and party leadei.
catching the spirit of the people re
store the perfect peace and that perfect
unity of the Republic of which patriot-
ism has ever dreamed and for which
our fathers fought in a by-gone cen
The New Year dawns upon Ameri
ca decked witn rainoow nues. me
worst of c ur fortunes social and po-
litical ar j buried in the grave of the
dead yes and the brightest hopes the
South has cherished since I860 were
baptised this morning in the splen-
dors of brilliant sunshine that ushered
in the hopes and iovs and voung life of
Eighteen Hundred and Seventy-Eight.
GET YOIIU NEIGHBOR TO HELP
With the dawn of the New Year
having no local competition the
Statesman divests itself of personal
and even of partisan prejudices and
becomes the organ of the people. It
is its province to represent the capital
of Texas and to give all news and every
fact and event occurring in the capi
tal that affects the people of Texas.
There is not a citizen of the State
having the slightest interest in the of
ficial conduct of the Treasurer or
Comptroller or Land Office Commit-'
sioner or in the dicta of the Attorney
Genet at or in the action and asser-
tions of the Governor who shall rot
be forced to read the Statesman.
Members of the Legislature and those
who aspire to the office sheriffs and
clerks of the courts of the several coun-
ties are forced at last if they would
be advised of everv political personal
and official fact occurring at the capi -
i.i tthRTmvrv. Thara .U
no escaping the necessity and thereto
the crowth in circulation which fc
months past has blest the newspapo
Hard timeB have harmed therf ws rm'f
r. ... i i i-
Vtbal liie owrucra iii Lie lui!-"
Nad should have this great
across Mexico con-
jranch road from 1
of the Rio Grande
itional at Austin or
scheme it at last
to be pre-
ed it will
n to the in-
volving the ag-
nited States and
a sister republic.
Monroe may yet
the arts of peace
Governor Hubbard was Honda; in
receipt of telegrams from El Paso to
the effect that fighting had taken
place in Tsleta between the State
troops who were assisting Sheriff
Kerber in preserving the peace and
preventing plunder and robbery by the
mob there ; that two Mexicans were
killed and one ranger wounded and
two Mexicans one a captain taken
prisoners; that while under guard of
the rangers marching with their pris-
oners to San Elizario for the purpose
of giving Christian burial to the re-
mains of Howard McBride and At-
kinson the prisoners attempted to es-
cape at Socorro and were pursued into
the chaparral and killed. No United
States soldierr were engaged. The
State troops now occupy Yaleta and
the United States forces garrison San
Elizario Socorro and El Paso.
Tne Governor's dispatches go also to
confirm the report that one hundred and
fifty Mexican citizens participated in
the late mob and official advices from
WashiDgtonlead to the conclusion that
President 'layes is convinced that
such was tto cas". Gov. Hubbard has
taken measures to place additional
State troofs in El Paso county and
order will be preserved though an in-
ternational war will not be inaugura-
ted. Thi Mexican government or its
constituted authorities - have had
nothiig t do with the troubles.
If he lies says the Washington cor-
re8pondrat of the Chicago Tribune
there slonld be a coroner's inquest and
a rerdct that the deceased came to
his detth from a resolution of St. Je
rome Edmunds. Patterson's misde-
meanors have been great and numer-
ous but he is now entitled to sympa-
thy. He has suffered and has been
tortired during the last six months
on might think enough to properly
Lnisirhim but as the days hare gone
orthe pressure nss increased until te
hs succumbed through pure exhaus-
tn of nervous force. He should be
edited with real pluck for in the
fcnate he held up his head and fought
tabbornly and only begged for a
'white man's chance." His death and
Sharon's continued ab-nce will de-
stroy the republican majority in the
senate ine iacs mat me uepuou
Senate explain the Preoidajit's calm
cess ot mind. He thinks he. can of.
ford to have a fight with them as long
as they can afford to make it partica-
arljos their power to do any horns
will soon be gone.
ial ofer of the city
ing the President Gordon Joal simpy
fwrfnrmed a sacred duty to theSoufc
which straight as well as fndeptndent
Democrat should acknowledge
If Secretary Scbora-fcaa pi
enemies than tne luioa--v."-
ri 'and the Indian ADS the
Southern timber thie. " OI
1 . A t tJi MA
. - . i
are working to get "01
people generally vill .ulie recuu"
ciled to having him stay where he is.
When these corrupt influences can de-
late the name ol the Secretary of the
Interior it i honorable to Mr. Scburz
to have Understood tht it will not
be his nam.
P. Donak formerly ot tne Laumt-
ian an original essayist and political
writer is now conducting a newspaper
. Losdos company of great wealth
ibuild underground rail
soft that tb
sieve to a quart of
c sua two teac
T 1 .
111 iiiiiv n n I P i
nutter ana nvp
crated 1 w
paste like custards.
;.ft. Tr" muc ?ver pint
iuuwo meal: stir m tarn
spoonfu of molasses two teaspoon
teaspoon of salt ; ad TVzen Z-
" oi cmnamnn i
ftea pared and sliced very tbin. Bake
m a vellow nnnnv for t.h
oerve witn a sweet sauce.
- . ' I J v.ww UWUIO
Apple fijfow. Ph
large apples stew thpm ro-..
. 1 7k p?und of sSar nl rubthe
3-.-. i ' av ICbll
mT T l"rou8a 8 nne sieve. Stir infO. it
"7tel jeiKs of two eggs and the
peei 01 a lemon beat it for five
minutes. Beat the whites of the etras
i 8(2?ufroth- pt the apple into a
e.oo uu uu neap toe w lutes oyer it.
Apple Marmalade. TAkepmw
000k iu us little water as possible let-
ting it simmer slowly to a thick pulp.
Then to each pint bowlful of the pulp
take ona pound of sugar and melt it in
as little hot water as possible ; add it
to the pulp but not until it has boiled
to a thick syrup. Stir them well to-
gether and boil for ten or fifteen
minutes very slowly. When nearly
cool put it into small bowls but do
not cover them until the marmalade y
perfectly cold. It should be cut rj.
tbin slices when served. Quince
malade made in this manner is verfVie-
licious and if half apples and half
quinces are used the flavor is very fine.
Picbxkd Sweet Abplks.- -To ten
pounds of sweet apples pared quart
ered and cored take three pounds of
sugar and two quarts of citfer vinegar.
Put the vinegar and sugar into a pre
serving kettle with a email quantity
of whole cloves-and cinnamon sticks
done up in a bit of cotton cloth. Boil
and skim it until it is clear. Put in
just enough the apples to coyer the
top of the kettle and boil a few mo-
ments only long enough to make them
tender but not so as to fall to pieces.
Skim out the piecer upon a platter
and continue to cook the quarters un
til all are done. Then boil up the
syrup put the cooked apples into jars
and fill them up with the syrup 'ihey
are a nice additxfeu to cold meats and
much preferredby .many to cider apple
Afplk DuAiplings. Make a light
crust with tlojir sour cream and soda
as prepared forj short biscuit and line
a quart bowl with it first buttering it
thoroughly. Fill up the bowl with
peeled t&ft apples sliced thinly with
plenty 1 sugar and the peel of a
letLon iJited and its juice. Cover
the bowl with the crust pinching the
edges close together. Flour a thick
piece of sheeting and tie it loosely
over the top of the bowl and put it
into boiling water but not so much as
to let it boil over the top as the water
should not come within half an inch of
the brim when boiling. Boil for two
hours keeping the water always at the
boiling point and filling up with
boiling water as it evaporates. Serve
with sugar and cream or butter and
sugar stirred to a cream. .
Appii Shortcake. To one quart
of sifted flour odd two small teaspoon-
fuls of cream tartar half a teaspoonful
of sail; mix it with sweet milk in
wbichione small teaspoonful of soda!
has been mixed after dissolving it in
water. Roll out the dough and put a
teacupful of butter on it in small bits
and roll them in thoroughly. Bake
the dough in two pir-plates. Split
open each cake spread with butter
quickly and cover with apple jun
made by the above receipt or any kind
of apple -jauce. Pour some sweet
cream over the top of the apple grate
nutmeg over it and cover with the
other half placed crust side down
spread it with butter and proceed as
before. Yon can make this shortcake
of one layer of apple-jam or one with
three layers. It makes a delicious des-
sert dish and a guod reli6h for the
At Jerry McCauley's Mission a poor
Dutchman argued better for Christian-
ity than all the rationalists in the
world can argue against it. He said :
" I vas a poor lost sinners and I didn't
kow vere to go so I had to go to
Yesoty nnd den I vas all right. Amen."
That which makes a man -"all right"
must be true. .-If Christians would pay
tbeir bills Ue-tpore promptly and
rn their ability to
And &k an PTiI. .ud rope;
Aid catling vine reemble l"u rul'
lira in winter' gloomy
a.M hM lamme lire "
Tlwli forew tlMt .-.
We pray for peac. aaa gram
. .v.. 'uid imoni tne mountain
our nag ""r" vr
Are l d;rt;..v ..
rnr eworih t-e iod with row.
Ok. Undllng ' a brteht plinet of the day!
Send dowaa Mara of peace.
On qaiel toO beataJi tny reacning raya.
Grand are the storfci of oar alamfcering past.
They iurelj tome and o
Lite tide k tbb and flow.
Or pale gueetly aais before a mad tea blast.
They are the rich 'tint that line oar natWs
The bow of peace and lore
irk. Manj i aurMl aOT6
Anil rirenikneer lease
WIta a light eterut that U1 nerer die.
C. S. O.
Thieves are rafeating Bonham.
Dr. Dy of Lnhng no more.
San Antonio ii to have a street rail-
Th. i 1 i i hi I at Ennis is
Dallas has a coffee and spice mills
is to lave two cotton
Grimes county has monrj
and no debts.
Van Zandt county
produced at home.
A county grange
has been organ-
ized in Bell county.
"Tom Ochiltree as might nave
Kpected has the gout.
-MHiinna nf wiid.nit'eons are
tson county bus
itt.;. in tne couuwj.
'-"---sh.--TiUkes fell at Waco on
the twenty-mnti 7
with t50 (F&-Ulea'
WQ Q'-rOiStft county turns out
hut 40.000 shingles pr Hay.
-e-'PpeJ". the colored Vest Pointer
w in Texas with his regiment.
It u now proposed that tVe Dallas
and Wichita Railway touch Denton.
The Washington county commis-
sioners decline to invest in a poor farm.
Houston is discussing a new opera
house. William Brady should be con-
lulted. TirntAhv Sullivan was nnrant hv
A snakes at Fmston until he took refuge
Col. Shafter and Lieut. Bullis hav.
gone to Washington to testify o;
Tom Bee the colored body servait
of General Bee died at Corpus Chriii
the other day.
Since his promotion to the penitc-
tiary the Brenham Banner calls bm
J. G. Tracy has put on the worling
man'a harness and pulls lustily in the
party traces tt Houston.
Not a single indictment for felony
was found ft the last term of district
court of Roctwall county.
The military telegraph line is com-
pleted to Foit Davis. Tba distance
from Davis to El Paso is 210 miles.
"Fern Leaf" the accomplished cor-
respondent of the Chicago Tribune
writes charming letters from Texas.
Mr. Lucien Whitehead an old citi-
zen of Weitern Texas was drowned a
a few days ago in the Lavaca river.
The major of Palestine was knocked
down Christmas with a grand upright
seven octare brass tongued jewsbarp.
Shooting scrapes are not a novelty
at Corpus Christi. There were two
reported ia the last issue of the Ga-
zette. The prisoners in the Kaufman jail
converted a razor into a saw and came
near raising themselves out of the con
The next session of the Texas State
Grange will convene at Bryan Texac
on the second Tuesday in January.
F. L. Eirkwood of New York sui
cided at Dallas the other day. He had
money and the undertaker was made
happy. - '
The Belton Telegraph Company has
bcn organized and a line will be at
once constructed from Round Rock to
The Erpres says the border troubles
can be settled by a railroad from 8 in
Antonio to the Rio Grande tide
Military headquarters at Chicago are
now informed that only abont s dozen
Mexican citizens took part in-the El
. On Saturday evening at Hearne a.
brakesman on the Central was crushed
to death between two cars. His name
Tom Ochiltree denies the charge that
he had connected himself with the
Lerdist party. Tom never swims alonj-
wlth the small fry." ' ;
The dramatic club of Seguin has eIs-
tingnished itself in the rendition f a
great dramatic piece with Hon. W. M.
Rust as the Tood lea.
The court house of McCulloch coun
ty is nearly completed and when it is
finished tUe great Austin boarding
house will lose custom.
Heavy rains have - lately fallen in
San baba county and it is mostly from
this quarter that the Colorado were
lately placed on a bender."' - i ' -
-John Potts ottos-"Pegging Aw'
lively and bet
in it railroad tram
moat important members
the other day at Ennis.
t t TTiil. late of Kaufman
and now of Tyler has been frolicking
! 1 ; hi. old beat. He moved to
Tyler to attend to a large business be-
fore the Supreme Court.
It was discovered the other day at
Ennis that the city gavernmen. j
a rart load or more 01 dirt
wa. thrown tatci mud-puddle .and
the taxpayers are appeased.
Col. W. M. Shafter has been inter-
A o TTnnatnn. and 06 ueviw
that the American citizens on the Rio
Grande border have no desire for war.
All tbey ak is protection.
Msjor Wiley Jones chief of the
Waco fire department has been pre
sented with a silver service
very many chiefs are casting
looks at 'admiring friends."
Dive Quarles furnished the prisoners
in the Madison county iail with knives
to work their way tut and conse-
quently he has worked bis way into
the penitentiary for four years.
The Brenham Xewt says it baa been
eriousl proposed in .North Tew. .to
him in reality without the strongest
ship's cable would b an impossibility.
Bhoald the postmaster ae-i7rcdjr-icksburg
be remo-red there is no prob
ability of the position uciuB
in Washington urging their fitness
A antra OI UMllo un.w
A. Denison merchant a disciple
Murray was led to believe that spirits
ere etheriaUziff bis goods until he
ran afoui ot "material" thieves
thatAu been using him to their ad-
vantage. The Stephensyille Empire says a man
was lately killed by a drunken ranger
"stroleman conntv: that the
mnela; and the paper charges
tTaa witf murder.
A Hmt county widow has raised
two bales of cotton which she and her
two daughters cultivated and gathered
and t ben carried to Bonham for sale.
Sons fellow wishing a soft place will
male a note of this.
it a special meeting of the county
cocmissioners of Nueces county Stan-
let Welch was cbooen county attorney
tofi 11 a vacancy ; and now these com-
missioners did a charitable act if not
Gano's command held its reuntesat
KVtlloa rtn Olirlatmoft Aav Arpaaoa
I were made by Gen. Gano. Gen. S. B.
L. Cabell and
meets again at
others. The society
lianas July 101873.
Iu a first-class row near Granbury.
between Martlnanri3tephensl a pistol
was dropped. - Mrs. Stephens and ber
sister rushed for the pistol and both
of them were wounded by its acciden
tal discbarge one fatally
Mr. Wilkins not long ago sergeant-
at-arms of the Legislature died at
Brenham. his home the other day.
He was a member of Company E
Fifth Texas Cavalry in 1801 and rose
to the position of adjutant.
Reagan- is the Texas member of the
executive committee of the congres-
sional greenback league an organiza
tion which has for its object the re
monetization of silver and repeal of the
resumption act without regard to party
An exchange thinks the State and
county school lands will be worth a
hundred millions of dollars in a few
years; and so thev will if in the
mean time speculators under the pres-
ent laws authorizing sales do not gob-
ble it up.
tne Azaminer has learned that a
sheriff's posse in Basque county came
upon and attempted t recapture W.
C. Swafford one of the condemned
felons who escaped from the Meridian
jail. Swofford resisted and they shot
The Courier thinks enough time is
lost in swapping horses ia.Ty let .to
produce iuuu bales ol cotton. It is
opposed to swapping horses on general
principles and is after keeping the
gubernatorial Clydesdale continually
Judge A. J. Booty has been holding
court at Marshall and the people and
bar are highly pleased with his ability
upon the bench. The Judge has al-
ways been a true man in every position
public and private which he has been
called upon to fill.
The Dallas Herald doubts the suc-
cess of a scheme to raise $6000 to
keep a newspaper man from falling off
bis legs. Thousands of good men are
falling every day for want of money
and the other so.t go in spite ot the
evil's effort to save them.
Mrs. Long purchased a tract of land
in Corvell county from Tullls. pay
ing 12000 for it and she thinks she
will lose it as he sold it as the agent of
one llamn. Ihe amount of distress
brought upon people by these land
thieves cannot be computed.
If a fellow badn't had too much
whisky aboard he would not have
laid himself down to sleep upon the
railroad track near Palestine; but it
was due alone to whisky that an an-
gel was not created wben the enginn
come along and struck him.
Any person who has not paid his
dog tax as per assessment before the
first day of January following com-
mits a misdemeanor under a law of the
State and is subject to a fine of not
less than five dollars and costs on each
dog. High priced dogs like Taylor's
may be exempt. -
. The terrible murder of MrRelnecke
in Gregg county a fewJSya since was
the work Of two negroes and a half.
breed Choctaw Ionian. Tbey entered
fnaat njbt broke in bis aknll
trout car to car i uc
ssa 1 f is
Ku-rc-a IU tue
1 an t n r
bottom .S" " "I. i-
He was knrfed down and severely
beaten but he saved his money.
Goliad county is about to get into a
. rnnrt house matter.
wranc'e - .ki
. .n...;u nnrn claim tnai
the to wn of Goliad owe. the county in
r fir Mcnel o( land.
COBwrruuu v. o--
- i...;i.i;nr rnurt hoUW. ine
IfWU lor uun'"f
T I. .twMit to Droduce
taCri vises modera-
The rave of Bessie Moore the mur
dered victim of Abe RothscbU J U vis-
..n: .AVn lipn used na
ited by nearly every tra.c. -------r
at Jtfferson. The people SrjJ
murdered girl a Christian -epue
nice meiai"'- ah
expense spared in the
head of the grave is a marble slab with
the simple inscription "Bessie.
The flood in San Saba river the other
dav inundated the lowlands and drove
r-onle from thc;r home.
r r . ......
their household-genii positively
koH tuken rciut'c i-
frt to ouit it when
rhey remained there
brought to them.
during the meht ana u " . '"T
they descended and went to housekeep-
tog again. 4
The delegates from the T.xts Con-
ference to the General Conference .f
the M. E. Church South to be held in
. a XI d at m
Atlanta iie-i."-j r-h.npl
fi-;-llt. Mexander of Chspel
HIM H. V. Philpott 01 Austin i.
John of Galveston.
it n nili1inir. of Brenham
D. Thmk. "of Brvan t J. C. C. Winch
acted 111 oft llntemperately at a
They properly teetotaled but unless
their gastronomic powers are wonderful
tbey never will get over that supper it
was admirable ia all respects and
there was no wonder thatewen -
icate ladies. zot away witHi'
Houston and a preache . M .ine
blushing Miss Green to tb nraBe
altar; but he didn't green ne 1" au-
thorities who soon dudveid that
his first love duly blesse wif matri-
mony lives in Brazdria-ourJi an1
now this good man is a laniW11
Two friends and neighbor! Andre"
Thompson and Wm. Ha'niS;turniag
from WainhachiA to then homes in
Ellis county got into i dispute riding
alone the roan tnoi-t.hr. wen Thomp-
ann fnUnA TInvnoa 1iBp Both dis
mounted at once ant Thompson be-
ing armed shot Ilayies in the head.
This was a Christina' Dty affair.
; The Lampasas BiaUh. gv the re-
port of a puUienetig at Lampasas
in favor of construttinf a railway from
Waco to that place j It says: 'JWe
have never seen so ouch enthusiasm
nnon the railroad auation as now ex
isis and if the fever keeps up at its
nresent height the rflad Will be DUllt.
The monev is ready for the charter
and rinsing an mpn are actually encased
in the enterprise. -
A citizen of Panola county writes to
the Statesman : "I wish to say that
the oniniona of Bowers in regard to
Judge Reagan do not rcflecrtnTSlHrthtflrfH l?n1pTltiTf nn If
ments of the people of this county. I I lid JblUupiJul
think his opposition to Keagan does
him good and if it was not too bad
on Reagan I would suspect that the
Judge knowing the value of Bowers's
opposition in making votes for him
bad arranged with bim."
The San Saba News has heard that a
man living in Llano who lost bis
horse pursued as he supposed the
thief and coming upon a party of
horsemen shot the one he thought was
riding his uorse. It turned out that
he was mistaken in every assumption'
and yet if all this be true the jury
that sits upon his case will hardly
crack some other fellow's neck to satis-
fy an injured community.
The Pittston (Pennsylvania) Gazette
says: ' Those contemplating emigra-
tion to Texas should beed the warning
of the Dallas (Texaf-) Herald which
paints this gloomy picture of the situ-
ation there : 'SgctY fresh arriving!
train but adds to the miseiable multi
tude that suffers starves and finally
fight) its way back East again. Before
the door of every house there d
begs a swarm that would sadden
heart of a satyr.' "
Dr. Ryan of Caldwell Texas pub
lisbes a card to the physicians of the
State asking them to sign a petition to
congress 10 mice tne duty on quinine.
He charges Ibat the duty now levied
waa at the inttauce of two Philadelphia
pnysicians and that it is so heavy
none can be imported; and further
that those physicians have an almost
comp'ete Tionopoly of its manufacture
ia this country lie very properly de-
nounces tb whole thing as a swindle"
and shame "
. The Mason Neict-Item censures Gov-
ernor Hubbard Jor the pardon of one
Durham ;"a notorious horse thief" it
ra 1 1 a liirrt who hrl f toon anfAnft.f1 i .
the penitentiary for five years. Thel
JSetrt ltttu is probably too severe nporl
the Governor and at least should nt I
. 1 . . . ... .
charge (his pardon to bribery orntr-J
sonai uterest" in connection with IV I "
efforts if wealthy relatives. AayrfTi
Durhsn.eot as far as Austin ot-1
way ti Uuntsville when he war par-
doned . .
Tb iXevt Item in giving review
of miing prospects in Llan county
says f)r. Smith has been sinking a
shaf'L half mile below S tawn ol
Llan' and after getting mt ai1'
ierelt nlaces in the rd ttn finally.
at a lepth of fifty dd'ee. 'onnd sil-
verf.nd copper in cosidtrabl quanti
ty Jtnd the oso thus' protareu ia very
prcnising..' JIlS 1C1 a a wicaeume-.
yel ped is dcridea "J wuw
to4cn(TwwanytblnX aboutJuch mattm
toiusJaVe beat prospect jret opened.
ti atitaatduiat ancas. iwu tuuv
aafld ersrrf tr now encamped on
Tf kas-Jij Resole ptrpose of slsugu-
- - 0'
the JVrr of
in rnnntria .
wholly In ts
the coostruction of
.nnld soon find '
-1- m.ful bu
nuk vu'j 1
.:rm with the weakj
that would forever
or hopes 1 v! ar.
periment ad let tli
Congress aid in sec j
inviting war by suf
ures now in progrc
rocal relations wi
the Rio Grand'
Mora ffoctl anJ
ag'iciAtnra! na "al
ty yeara' manmaci
talon nialuiaiueA f
t.tlmmll ciact jj.
tloaatyana - y
rovH r. fS-f&P
FOB TAP -
i . nnoi
829 II ro
Or Half ramol.co rS IjjH. TtBjM. R.
sw A a bop
ri.wnial.Fnll lower yr ee rorraaii
VANS ore thf-HKIT ml? warnjnj
V. ..... Ill ualnirHA ITlailrd
rAsi sw m st mw ' -Mr m m a w v
ir : - j. vi
1 " - - it. . 1 -n.l.VA.
CO u. vTpT.er
niu.ii t in enre I do not m i
them for a m and then nava tt
and hare taff the Jueaaeor I
a life lonz. studdr. I wau..
core tba ore cas. Because oUt
from me. Send to me at once for aTreaiiVui
a Free B'Hd of iry Infallible rcmedf. tiiiex-
preai andinst offlce. It costs yon not b if or
a tnai an 4will care yoa ddrea DSL BO-
B -OT 18S'eail Bt. Now York.
Sewing mWhlne Ii the eaaleat alln? jjiul
aaltatyinf tne market. It a
ahatilp; ict the lock at Itch I
traction very liclit runnlnir an
last it hlm t tmpofaib'f fn'
to tell In tfrect coiniMjtrtuwi
Affnta IVintta Applv
witiie Maine inachl'
In tkelr ova localltlw
aid Vlllor. (rnUrf'ed
LABUBST r-Al'KK 1
l-t-ctfl. VmM ru
1. O. VICKEat
uuc iir watiia.tt-
; JOSHn A CO. K-a.j
S1AO. nw. " .i:. f
531 7 m 5U-Il JLV
For fawftte' Sa
I mm M. '
II aii orlee I
fi). Parlor Oman
m only r
IlJiniel J7. ja-Cf'
re time haactue tort h raoewalof nh
acrloIa THE HVX woald remind i' fnenda
and rll-l'uer.vrrywhrra that If la ag.ia a
cactllate for thrfr cum-ldcratluo and 1000011.
t'nv ha recor4 f .r the part ten yeat It rclie
tor (oontlooancio ita hearty tmiaUiy aod
reitrpaa co-oranun which bare hitui-it j beca
exrned to It fnm erery quarter of the Union.
Stall f Nam la a tour page ahm-t of IS
cOTTia; nncf 'VWinaL pot uiuly.SS ceDU
-JTin TTIJ-V . i. J'lff 'raJ HTTX la
eiafat rjawv auxxof US c'.IommaVbil tr.
noeMA tbe ani. It alo conUh.v
aatootof literary gnd mtacc-1 ano
hWt with great auccaM. Pott paif.
jaar. - . I
in wreuir num.
wbodoOTnot know the VEKKLT
1 anadaa. and bvyoad. Ninety tbc
uM greet ita we come naKe weci.
it ia iheliiht of gn
inenent 01 -nin'.
IU neaa edUonal attrlcullural. nuT.f
panmrnu make tt eaamtlahy a )ouf
hijij mum nreriar. 1 rrraa: vat
year coat paid. Tbia price. qaalltj
maaea n ine en-afnw aewapapc
forduba of tn with $10 cash wa
cx'ra copy free. Addreaa
PCBLIfiUSa OF THE SUM New
S'lIaraiSr-. ... 1
aa aa.M. IIM.UI" ' V
riiMfWrt Jt Oa tAdluHu Tmr
I Sim tMM U MrA kll mnd parkatfr..
'irUKBAI! Ill 1JKJ.B( UllUn
I im rr
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