Weekly Democratic Statesman. (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 4, 1879 Page: 3 of 4
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rHUH"lAY...JnHTEMBEK 4 187V
iBUnctuvl Au-tlu were never H
tucb admirable condition as now. A
Yast amount of woik baa bttn dono it
C ttok.'- OV'oii io tni maiket con
tinues firm at .10 I-"c forg-oi tnid
duo t 't Hud.llmg and 9 1 2: for
low m adliBg. Tbe receipt increase
M ABBIED Mr. I HsBLr-8 E C- 0PEB
of ib cuv and M.s Mollis C. 11 b-
Wsoirof Banco at thr icixmce oi
the biide father Mr. J O. Hrtisn.
bj Rev Samuel Jjbcsop Sunday Au-
J gw SI.
Mb J. W. Maddoz. a farmer in thi
vicinity of OaioiauYiiIe i in tbi
city T nrday nd stated tht they an
compelled to go from three t fout
miles to Ret water for drinking; pa -poses
and .that all the Btock hsv.
been moved off with few txceitioo
and tbat tbe remaining few are Bullei-
. iog greatly fi r water.
S Ex-SCRTETOR RoCrDTBEE Of Llano
wcnuuiy was brought in Tuesday ty
Ajienc u trainers who a netaenment o
State trncpa on a cbajge or land toi-
gery. The arret waa made at tbe in-
stance of tbe legislative committee ov
land frauds bow s:tinn in this city.
- Round tree bad been heretofore nnsus
pected of crookedoess. lit eto d well
in bis. community.
The case of tbe negro Alexander
Bolin who was arrested acrn-s th-
river and brought in tbe city Wednes-
day by rfficers Jo'insnn and Sublett.
came op be'ore Ju-itic Frcidricb Thurs-
day and after a full hearing bis bonr
waa placed at 2200 and failing to givi
same be was placed in the count jtil
where be will ret his weary bonea oi
a bed of straw until the county court
takes action in his case.
The county c mmiseioners met'Sat-
urday to appoint some one to fill tb
vcaucv tarsed by tbe resignation of
Judge Campbell Jndr-e Smith pressing-.
Judge Lee W C. D.nny and E
P Pnillips were the aspirants for th.
pom-ion. On tbe first ballot each r -ceived
a vote and on the second J a ig
Lee waa aeclared duly elected and
wi 1 commence his arduous duties a
The f'iTT Sexton Reports 10 inter
tnenis from ihe ciy. and thret
from the country during Aukus':
9 white. 4 C"l ed; 7 males 6 female-;
8 1Vd of cholera mfanrum 3 of enter-
itis! of it fiimmst on of the rectum 1
of gastritis 1 if old ag 1 of erv'p
las one of men cgitia. I was xucuted
an 1 the cause of the dent1 of 1 wa-
tt knowr-; 6 trnja binh to 5 year l
1 r. m 10 SO 2 from i.0 ti 80 1
frn-n SO to 40 and 8 were from 40 tt
A lcckt BUTCntn who lives east of
tbe city wmt ou io a despora'e man
ner last week to die a wel'. Bis cattle
were almost dead ; bis cistern was dry.
even t are the tbrot'S of trie youo
men who snng and shnu'ed all the
night of Sunday up and down tb
Avenue. But t discovered water and
they whisky.- Hi w happy and th-y
have not yet recovered from fun- uc
beanachra and are nervouoand ill-tempered...
He went down only three fee
to discover a stream thit fl ws wi h
gest fore and vt.laine and ihere wih
be -ers soff-ring through tbe rest of
the long dry spell in his neighborhood.
A Sad Story Mr. Oeo-ge Brantm
who wan to Aastm last Tuslay then
sta-ed that bo feared a difficulty wi h
a maa who "had often tried to kill him.
11 anton cave tbe individutra mme
but our informant has forgotten it.
Biititrfn left Austin to avoid his pur
ef. lid went to Kan At t mio and
waa killed a mile and a half from that
citv where he waa stabbed last Fndav
fatallv. dvioir Sunday afternooa at 5
O'clock. Mi. Branton has no relatives
we believo except a sisier-in-law
now at the Avenue Hotel. Tlor hus
band was accidentally killed little
more than a month ago at the-place
where uaorge died sunnay.
. : . .
' Commi eiONEH walsb nas issued a
clrt-uiar with special in timt"t to
surveyors. In which he calls a tenton
to article 2370 Revised 8-atntep wlich
i rtaiirea a fee of one dollar to e paid
' on filing each set of field notes for less
than one league and labor of Ifnd and
a fee of two dollars for eaja set for
more than n amonrt. ourveyors
will tbereforo- enclose above fees
thir iriey forward fi-ld notes or in-
fltrnnt parties so to do fr whom they
make surveys. Articles 8894 and 8805
Revised Statute' n qure all cune
os applications to be made in writing
and filed with the urrvor who shall
regit t r tbe same in a book kept for
that purpose and ( rward ihttn with
the field notes srwt ceniflces to the
L nd ffice. N g'ect of these re-
qi tements may endanger titles la
forwarding papers to the Lmd Office
surveyors aid others should enclose
therewith tbe name and address of the
owner or agent f r wh m such furveys
rt made. The R vird A a'utes take
efl-t on 8penibr 1 1370 ni tbe-e
r wulations will te tnf need from that
The hoard appointed to examine
citidulateator admission to We l Poms
v' Vud AooapoiU met Tuesdi at h
hall of be Triss Mi itaiy Iosti'u.e.
Toe board oran it with the follow-
tng members prent Q ivernor 8'Ver
JU'lge Jho B R mr. Prof B. J
jinn Jidge J. W. Smith and Cal
1 'bn O. Jamea. O- vernor Sayars wa
J elected peaident and C l Janes sec-
r"ary. Tne foil wing c ndidarea Tr
NVm r nut appealed before the btiard
and were carefully examined in writii g
with the r so (s iod cated by the fig
cris followi . : th rm-: A O.
Thompson t in 46 87 80; VV. 4
Miley wf Bt r. p 4i 7-10; J hn T.
t C I-irK 4v 17 80; J W
"WebUrvi; 4U1 8. M .
""aTing parsed the
j ror AnrapH on'y
leareo N. .II. Led.
vfl Onn.e whom tbe
id not examine aa tbe board
ivit-croper f.ir thf m to decide
i?tween rival candidates and de-
clined toextmiue him. Tbe board ad-
journed sine die.
Tbs "O d Hickory" wagon is the
. est roostru-tid aad fiaisriea farm and
fre'tt wagon now it market besides
having tbe very important and long
nredeJ va-uable improvmeot a cottuo
frame or rot ton ed two incbea thick
J eight laches wide with two seta
5 .Ji-boards twelve inches wide each
; j .iiing the bed twvytct eight inches
' if Jes rd. witv capacity for
thtrtj bushei-i . ."fisrn in the
hr Tf : wagon u aianufactured
n4 p'ired'io tbe market by tbe fa-
. tatu i ra U. F. Avery & 8 n of L-u
isvilt t. Kentucky aa tbe finest best
ilalshtvi an J most durable wagon now
-.ancfacared and to be sold at eery
"!.-.-?&. I will iua a written gttar--T-ue
to crc-ry pSrcbaser that it i
rati if n-st mptnor to any strictly
!";.-t cj.- s in the market and will
t a'i'.y w&rract the same as long as any
';rt c'a Wijon is warranted. I have
j-Jist rtccived fie first car load of these
wrajics and mit rrspe fully invite a!
nd every (.be to rail at my store ta
Platt'a building on Pcaa e'- to
ersmiae the same and ton'-J" them
v4lvt if the abvive sta'""' orrect
aoI price not rtnt
Is less than two m otbs our State
fair takes place. It is time tbt t par
ties were preparing their exhibit.
II ant coanty fairs bare failed for tbe
wactof patronage and none can suc
ceed whether State or county nalwi
the patro.is take an active part and
ue every endeavor lor 1U succea-.
Merchants sh.'U'd make displays m
feir eond and nearly every family
can farotsb "me hinor for tbe rxhoi
tion. Tbe preminm list is liberal tbe
directors having offered larger premi
UnB ibso is done by most Sate fairs.
fne secretary is continually recrivim
letters fr m parties in adj lining State
p'opos'og to plkCi d orient maonfac
tures on exhibition yet it is very im-
p irtant tbat all tie capital ah uH tk
aa interns in the fair It is a puthc
enterprise and can only succeed by the
c i-ope aMon of the public Let every
householder of 'be city and county try
Lave something t add to tbe exhi
tioo of th Capita1 State Fur which
oper t on Octobr 23. aid if evi ry one
ill interest themselves in tbe fair v
ill prove tbe grandest exhibition ever
held within the broad limits of the
Lone Star State.
The quaiautitie imbroglio betweep
Gtivetoo and Houston has elicited t e
following opinions from Assistant At-
torney General Ball in response t
questions prop unded by tbe Governor:
August 28 1879. in reply to your
communirst oo oi this. date as to tb
power of H.jui-ton to stop trains of Care
and te pitseouers therein from piss-
ing throagb tbe ciiy of Houston ii
he event that 11 uaton sbouM quaran
tine against tbe c ty of Galveston.
bave tbe honor to state that at
be regular reseion of tbe S xteeoth
Legislature a law was made providing
t charter for tbe c ty of Houston baio
barter gives that city tbe power to
adopt eanitary measures to protec
against tbe importation of contapioui-
'iiseases. But in section 89 of satd U
tnd charter tbe following language c
urs: But said corporation shall n-1
have power or authority to pftveni
railroad trains and paseenirera tberero
from passing through said city but
noy regulate tbe speed of such trail s
jassing through and prevent theii
From tbe above it is beyond ques-
ion tbat Houston cannot stop trm
f cart- and tbe passengers therein.
rrom pasting through Houston thouyh
aid trains wete from a city attainrt
hch the city of Houston bad quai
The next opinion was given yester-
day as foil w :
la answer to your communication
of this date I bave the honor to statt
tbat tne law made by tbe SxtJenb
Legislature pr vides tba' in tbe event
of a dispu'e or diffeieuce between
city which ha established qiarantini
a id any citj quarantined against with
la this State tucb dispute et ehab
be subtiit ed to the Goverovr and up
on rtu-4 investigation and d 1 beratioi-.
the G 'Vrrnor shall issue bu proclam-
t'-n declaring tie de'eiminatinn oi
the i-u- nd by whioli pn cNraD
t ie af rti Hid di-pct' sb.ll he gov
erned. Oj Friday AuU-t 2J you-
p-oclaraatioo waa issued determminu
tbe dispute re ween the cites ot
Houston and Ga ves'in bv d ssolvios
and putting an end on tbe aforesaio
U'e to tbe quarantine estaDllsb"d by
EI tuston against Galveston. Uode
neb cirenmstaneeb and rmergenci a
af ireaid the law is that y nr pr cla-
. a ion t ok effect and waa ot-rni v
up u all oeisoos designed t be aff ci-
d by t from the time it was signed b
v n and seaied with the Seal of TeXf
fSc ally atteitd and no publicatioi
of it io the iiwpap-r8 or notice ol
any other kfida8jrtqu:red to b giy-
ew to tbe p-rTois lioe off cted by it li
e)ler to make it operative. From an t
indkiding tbe twenty-ninth i f Au.u'
the proclamation was in full foice and
tffcstanl all persons in Texas wwbio
Its paovisions were bound to respect it
as any other law of the lan."
August 14 1878 the county had on
hand tnree Cou-ity patienta. Sioct
then to August 14 of this year 80 have
b-en treated at the county's expense;
23 of these were treated at the Man
ning Infirmary 84 at the county iti
aud 13 at tbeir houses. A the infirm
ary 7 bave died 1 was sent to the
Lu tatic Asylum 15 bave recovered
and 5 are still being treated. O
these dea hs 1 ai from cancer 1 heit
disease 1 dropsy and 4 consumption
Of the 5 atill tick 4 are incurable the
former bti ig bll.-cted 1 w.tb cancer 1
epilepsy 1 heart disease and 1 con
sumption. Of those . treated st tie
jtil 1 a Mexican died of double
pneumonia. Those treatei at home
wete all restored. Medicine for all
thia treatment has cost only $39 85
JJ . Bibb in making nia report.
ca Is attection to tbe ad van
tages derived from treatment at
tbe institute but the greate-t
fuccesa fiom bis administrations seems
io have been reacned in tbe coumy
jiil where from sixty to ninety prison
ers have been constantly confined
through exceedingly waim and colo
seasons. These favorable results In tbe
Jul be attributes in a very gre t degree
w the able management cf the ji' its
o eanliness and the care in pr -virg
s uod food for its inmates. DQerin
C irwin and his deputies bave at all
t ra- tbe doctor stye done all in tbet
p er to appease tbe condition of the
a ik fuppijlog tbem with necessities
and even dainties rt quired for success'
fui treatment . -
Tbe couotv crrra sgioners so wi
have been informed oy Ju'geSoii'h.
mde a contract with Dr. Bob t.
treat indigent patients thrown on- lb
c Hints and to mk post aortpm ex-
min-1 ods fi 3?0 a year. ; Ton
quirement eX'eud to cases w tib
oree mi lea of. tbe city and t wonu
tte impossible aai noreaanaole to re
qdre atteadaste pn patient at i
rratr dwtance. I na coanty a fo
py f 25 per month for the a f
aa ud medical a teidance it t
Manning Ioetiiate while the citv i
Aatin pay a tbe same for five more.
m -kin it in all as mav b e-timat d
lr.oa ibeae itatementa $1889 85 ou trt
jar ol tbe C'-uoiy for tne last yar fo
n imperative chanty tiat Travt
o ua'y co writ n ir I to pit for T e
aiabliabment of a tor larm abonu
n no way interfere With this maene-
if treating patients I w- u'd not b
proper to make a hospital for ti e
reavmeht of sirk at the farm and th
-me treatment ould not be dot
with fie same exneeae there as nod
present arrangements. The contract
made by the board of commi wloner
re most teasonsbie and such as an en
lightened community are glad to ex
tend to toe poor ana win no aouot is
tbe matter pf expense for similar set
t ee e'sewbere compAre moat favor
ably with such outlay In any comma oe-
fUa'lr Imtmmd Terribly OfctlaU
I rhtumaasm. va at tn outset
tbe ordinary remedies are fnquently
powerless to ope with-it ibis is
more pamcularlv. the case when a ten.
dency to it la inherited. It should bt
eombatte before it beVf me cbrooio .
When the ft l'r;-'"'trt0Spt
ahould be b-v' p-sf.
Bitters a f . -:ro m 5
tbe blotv' piindple
which V j-o isfltmmatioa
ad pai . .-'uioscle and j -inu.
roiaooor cviiciaea wbica are nua'
ty a- .atered for thia disease ba
h.-!?;in a slight overdose may ter-
".oie it -by destroying life ite'f
ht5u! j he avoided 'and this safe and
inor tfXi ctive medicine used initead.
Thoe du orders of tbe bowels itom
actt and liver which fnquen!y accom
pny rheumatio and goaty ailment
a a invariably removed by tMa etctl-
lent botanic corrective.
Ladle fret per-' Jlcf hj nlng
. . 4. J. ToUa A. Coli-
caa J. W. Csts
Fmrteen tu oared dollars o' 10 per
ceo' pension bonds were exchanged
for 5 percent b-mds Monday.
Th Comptroller rcived Monday
$3000 f-r drnmmer tax. tbe largest re-
ceipt for any one day previou
. Fayttte county mrr.nUred $23 000
of ten per cent penmon hoDiia ai d
took in lieu five per cnt tonds.
Coscho. Texas Aug. 27 '79.
(ion. J. B. Junes :
Cap urd f. nrteen head of horse
from tbe Iadiana on Sunday. Corpor. 1
Tyior followed the Indians to tbe
m mh of the Pecos river wt-er they
crossed to Mexico. JcE Peak.
T e following is a telegram n rt-
gd to 'ye qi ran tine between Glves
ton and H ust n :
Acbtis September 1 1879.
Hoa. W. K. Eoman Eoastoo T.zts:
Mat.er reteired to tab. froc'sma-
ti n rook ffcr from iscuatce Friday
S 17 Wallace page 191; see '
section 89 of Hjuston chnrter nf 1979
1 noMAS Ball.
Assistant Attoruey General.
Palest ise Augu t 30.
O. M. Huberts Gorcriior:
I notified Major Burke of Houston
that we should start our regular pa
senger train from Galveston at 2:30 p
m. by reason of notice received from
y u. He replied tht the train coulo
not pass the Harris county lme uetii
after 9pm this day. 1 be train is
oow at Clear netk where it baa been
stopped by tffiiera. I urn also inf. rm--d
that there are Peveral pre-omed ol-
ficers at Parrisbur. Will you please
pro' c it our propel ty and permit our
traibB to proceed under yoar proclama-
tion. H. M. Bosik
. Vice President and Manager.
Austin August 80.
Mr. H. M. Uox'e. FaleatiLe:
D ric. y-nr conductor to diajiand fret
passage ovjr tbe road and it denied
uim to take down tbe names of tbe
persons who obstruct the passage ol
'rains and upon whose order they sr
acting and have the passengers to ben
w tiess in writing of the same and re-
port to me. I bave no force tbeie now
to protect yenr property if tbe fficer
of Houston aud Harris county will dis-
regard my dire t one.
O. M. Roberts Governor.
The D ummei'a Tax The act ol
1879 r-qures that every crmmeiclf
raVele- drummer salesman or solici
tor ot trade by sampir or otherw.s-
hall pay an annual occupation tax cl
$200 in advance to tbe C mptrller
I'be law further provides tbat when
merchants pay an annual St i'-opcu ra-
tion tax as merchants ot $200 uch
m tenants are allowed to aeud ou
uummers and s l citors of trade w ta
u such drummers etc. being n
q tired to ny any edditiotal occupa-
ion tax. Wnere a merebmt piya an
annnal State occupation tax les-i tha
$3 0 be can le allowed a cieait for th
mount he pas according to his claa.
n t ie $200 annual S ate tx a id w 1
oe nqu reii to pay only the dill renc
rxtW'--n his tax accorojog to clas;
and $200 Ic is ruled at the Comi -
roUer'a t ffi :e that all person- whei be
agents or proprietos traveling in
lies and towns and tbo e vinuint
f tmilies lor tbe upse of representing
heir busineas and tuking orders ar
qnred to pay tbe cccuprtion tax oi
$200 Tbe penalty for pursuing the
ctuptirn of drummer or so iciror o'
raae is a fine of not less than $200 nor
more t ban f4Ul). I be law goes into tl-
Kct on S ptember 1.
The board of tbe AzricuHural and
Mecnanical College a. ttrvao have con-
rot of tbe Praitie Yew Noimai
School. Tbe board mec last Tuecuay
t the Agricultural and M-chanical
College una there transacted some im
portant bos oes8 in reference to ihe
purchase of a library and apparatuses of
different kinds a id also in reference to
tbe regulation of tbe finances of tbe
cbool placiog tbeut on a better basi-.
roastofecure an experimental farm
fnursday evening the b ard arrived at
U. mp3tead where tbe G ivernor j ineo
them be having reached there the
evening before. Tbe board at once
enured upon the woik of establ sbiog
he colored normal school bt Prairie
View which is situattd at a distacc
oi six or seven miles east from Il-rau-
atead. They eleeted Professor Mioor
principal. lie was formerly pnncipal
of tbe colored college at tbat place.
Tney also provided for tbe appoint
ment of an assistant teacher and other
employees aud lo the reception of
tony scholars men "and women one to
be selected from each senatO'
nal district as far as practicable.
a d others to be sui piied as may
afterwards determined. Tner is au
nnuil appropriation of $600) ami
-Iso for the incoming year $l6lK both
oemg from tbe interest of tne univei
8'ty land fund. A po tion of this
money was directed to be appl ed t
be erection of other houses and fot
supplying furniture and books. Tbeie
pupils are boarded free of charge and
beir tuitirn paid. It is expected ai
rangemti ti will be made to aomit pay
scholars t some extent if thes sbou t
apply. These mouays belong i tbe
usti'Ution for all expenses and are to
oe expended oy tbe principal who is a
well educated colored man and seems
to be much esteemed in the county a
a good man. Tbe buildings are vert
fine and a taa'ed in a beut ful ana
healthy county with a fl Id iu connec
tion wi.b tbe buildings or forty cre
nnder cultivation and it is cootem-
plated that tbe male pupiia will do tn
woik about tbe plaoe and cu tivate thi
farm and tbe females will essis. in tbe
bouse woik wasbin etc. AH of tb
free scno ars are to be under tbe con-
txoBnfc.the piincipal to btiard ana
ldtwra one fami y upoi
the premises. Seper tj apart-
ments lor aia'es and fme
tne females being under the care of a
matron who is also a teacher. Tr
jrmcipal i said to bave aa edncatev-
nd intelligent wife. He biaif is
man of f( od appearance about f- r J-
ight or fi ty years of -g ao) oe-ioe
t ng we I euueattd be hi had a i'Dk
Xp necce asaecooot uaober ir
i e war Tbe pr ccipal is paid $1400
M-r annum the male is ant $60J u
natron an tencbei $300 and iwoibe
e nployeea $10 a m uu. In aadai i.
ib ii- tbry get board and lodging.
T e rrd bel eve tbey have made -r-iaugeaiens
by which tbe money will
oe ec com caliy txoended and at tb
ame time ample provisiona bave beei
-ate for tbe teaching f.eeof charge
at least forty pap. Is. These pupils a e
tit tbe most part expected to be you g
oersns who hava already tau.b
hol or have had considerable advan-
tages of ichoolieg the leading ot j c
of the. instn ntion being to ern lead-
ers how to teach a common scb 1
properly and when tbat he
been reasonably attained tbey au-
la pledged (which is done on tbeir an-
missioi ) to return to the district o
o -nnty irom which they came and et.-
gage in the prof e aai on ofr-Jii a u
ommon schools. Tj;j'"aion and
discipline of UAfy' to be a-
far as pr-M1-'-ar' -rdance wit!
k no ffr th Hun H n.ton
W'i ' .
JSotirtVisetablisbed fnhe ed
ucation oi wane icacoer maie uu
female. ' The board concurred in tbe
belief that tbese two normal school
will be the means of establishing a
much more perfect system of school
in tbe S ate than could have been at-
tained any other way and now have
strong h pse of tbeir ruccess.
A college nenfeaeor once said that
"oe wnu xjett ta rati high in hi
class must a. exptctoruU on the floor."
Muctt of the hawking; an j spitting
waa no dmn caned by cttarrb
wh eh the professor knew cocld be
readily eutvd by tbe oe of a few bo-
tle ol Dt. Sage's Catarrh Rt-medt.
by i-tr Jrar ei auixx-? al trial
-For ...- J. J. Tct'.o A. Gjii-
csis J. Vi. tccr.t ?.
What a Crrepn4ett &? Akwat!
St. Flm TiX'S 8 pttmbtr 1
Bettor D mucritlc t-tnuui:
1 have beea diepiy interested m
your discu-b oi of rt:lrod icterest
nd in y ur tH rt io t:mulate an in-
terest m ibe minds of y nr city resi-
dents in behalf ot the importance cl
at occe taking initiatory ep for the
procori mmt of some of the lines ti t
re now beid in contemplation or are
m p'ocess of cotet uction. Ir. wnid
ippear tbit your counsels and admo-
nitions tall u.oi sterile gn uud as
you givo us no statement of anybing
i ke definite or c oceit :-J action in tbe
matter. 1 believe that now is the
golden moment ard tbat tbe future
cal or woe of yror fur city depenie
npon the action or inaction of your cit-z-niat
the present time. There ha
n it been koon in the history of our
com try a t me when all circumstance
coi'Spire to leader the building of rail-
roads so fcai-ible and so cheap as tbe
present Tr ere is a surplus of labor
ll over the bed tbat imp'onngly
V to be st to woik ann
at may be ctcp'oyed chest ly
..u aud all the t qui page and para
oberca'ia in the cu tit of a woiking
road are said down to bottom prices.
Capitalists are noting tbese facts and
ne prosecuting tbe work of building
railroads wuh a viir nevrr before
koown. Tbe fnir face f Texts w.ll
-u.iob be checkered with the iron track.
and it is far us to tcide at once
nbi tier we will invite more of tbem ii-
our midst. Tbe Northern States are
rx'endiog line. Bending out brancbep
oauguratmg new rout still there cat
haraly l2 found a 6ett.lt mint that is
not accomn odatad with a railriad.
Central and S uthern Illirois teeming
to-day with a vast multitude ol thriliy
and inteliijreot tntu aud women with
is lovely vallejs and fertile fields it
well fenced farms its mttcblesa herds.
ts stauly houses and its capacious
oartis would oe but a barren wa-t
ind wilderness groamnz under ita
weight of potential post-ibilitiee where
tbe red savage left it had it net ben
rendered accessible by railroads. Tbev
rendered it poes ble for the test-
eBS spirit of enterprise to find
odgment there. They rendered it
it possible for tbe c iurageous
(miiirant to go many a league from
ci y from town from village and even
'rom timber and establish for himself a
hi mfi. These roads crried to him the
initeriu! for shelter lumber to fence
oi' fi .Ids implements with which to
ill the soil end all tbe luxuries of
civil zi'i life and tn xchauge for alt
his tot k Irom bis bauds at bis very
loor any and all surplus that he might
produci". The grrar t-usy blustering
ity of Ch cago owes by far the large'
bare of her unprecedented thrift atd
orosperity to tbe net work of railroads
hat converge tbe migtdy currents of
mrn-rce t a point within heroin
I ajd here in Texss not a little pr j-
u i Co lu king in the mind-i of mtny.
frjidice against railrotds. It is
I iuiei that tbey brought on bari
times kmtked the Oottom out of all
values etc. I have thought it pro a-
oie tbat what toads we bave were bul
nd put in op ra'ion about the tim-
that a Cemoination of universal causes
woiked a prostration in each aud every
couimeicial and industrial department
all over tbe continent and brought
down simultaopoua'y the values f
v bat we buy n1 cii-sjmt aa well ii
wh.twesell. I' i rather a natural
oncluMion to accept that if ratlroad
and bard times make tbeir debut at
about tbe tnue time tbat railroads are
the cause of the bard timfa This is
putting a coincident for a catise bu' it
ati fl:8 such as canni t all rd to care
fully tnd logically trace buk
from tff ct to tie it nience
bat produce it. Riilroade like
mar uf crones ers consumers. Tbey
r quire an army ot men to buu
i hem and a larger force to operate
them after completion and the men
whopeiform tbese tenors are from
our midi-t and the monthly pay em s
into tbe pockets of our own citztns
and thereby materially augmei t tbe
circulation of money he'p tride and
all other industries. I bey adl mate-
rially t tbe taxable property nf each
nd every county th-oub which they
run ; hence they help toleir the our-
d?ns that are laid noon tbe shoulders
of the uxpxver. Tbe land embraced
in the ribbt of way tbe track tbe de
pots and tbe rolling stock ate taxable
Tne city of Austin if she would
save herself from i t phy and the cu-
mulative monld of ruin nd death
must shake "ft" the daagerouint xic
tioa of languid content and be
brought to realm the fact that vigil
ant dangerous rivals are si eking to
pluck her laurels. Austin needs tn
send out railroads for tbe cotton the
grain tbe catrle and the bog and liu t
tbat are produce in localities too re-
mots for team transportation; and in
return she can suj p y tbe merchm-
dise and all implements of rural indu.
try. Tbe country tbat is and may b
rendered tributary to tour beautiful
city is bleased with inexhaustible ler
tility; with diversified resources with
a g'.n al cl mate that punts the beauci
ful picture of health on the fair coun
nance ot its genern cit z -ns. Bu
she n-eds more railrO'da to entice im
migration tn enha. ce he value of on
farms to belp pay our taxes to iff d
snewdy and cbeap transportation Ii
Why do not the z-alous supporters
of th enterpi's inaugurate initiatory
stei Cill m-etings and discuis th
irues. Ag'tate the qi -a ion. G 1
your men togetbei .nd awakn a feel
ing of entbusiam. M il 11
Fxqcisite Plkastjbe The mo
q.a.te oieanr- ia uerived f mm U .
Pi c' TJvque P-rfume. H s Pet
r? ' r...4.. di r .i nr m.
.V 1 . . . 1 3
w ey. ann o ner nanoaercaier rni rt-
re as fragrant aud natural as the fl
rs from which the v are made. Tue
are truly deligbtrai.
Rkxd's Gilt Edge Tocic is a mild
orrective and its purity and flavor are
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures Costiveness
r .. . j J. Tobin A G. Id-
mann J W. Coomha.
Rped s G if Eige Tonic builds up all
who have been reduced scl weakened
by sickness. ""-
Qtjebt "Why will men smoke com-
non tobacco when they can buy Mar
oorg Bros'. 'Saoi of North Carolina' at
ihe same pric' 'ehSl eodly
fever jmpoasiiie. V 1 "
r st. . J.J. lobin A. uoio-
msoo J. W. Cooraoa.
rffTjUJ's Gilt Edge Tonic is a whole-
om stimulant and iu quality is guar
McDanaell & Co. sole agents Aus
Experiekce or Tears The' expe-
ritnea ol years bas not df acted frorr
ha acknowledged excellence f tbe
o ialities of Dr. Price's ttpecial Flavor-
-es. Eitrac s but bas completely estab
lished their b -Id upon tbe taste ol all
eraons who lore delicious fltvors.
Toey will sa'isfy tbe most fastidious.
Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic gives penna-
aent relief ia all choleric disorders.
Pbescbtptios Free Fot the speedy
-nin ti seminal weakness loss of man
nood and all disorders brought on by
indiscretion or excess. Any druggist
ti tha incrredieeta. Addrti David-
on A Co.. 73 Nassao 8'rret. New
Which rs CbeapkstI A package of
Orxa'a Dnrboa containing twenty
uior-in la of the best smoking totweo
cii.4e. or em common cigar! Lch
PfBLIC H ALTH JX- PABDIZED
Toe a xe bwkibg: powaeia now in t
market which contain tuostanc s u -
janons to helti acd the public bi ni
r warned aginst n'ng t iem- u .
Price' Cream B king P wder is knowi
to be free from tbtsesnb-taaCra and
nsed in the families f tbe most carefn
and sagacious medical men. in tn
Country. - .
A GOOD Fit AN.
As "an onnce of prevention is wortt
pound of cur" it is a good plan t.
buy a bottie ol Kress FeVrr Tonic an"
during the season when chills and fevn
ttt prevalent take a small dose dally
tbu preventing tbe possibility of con
tracting any malarial diaeasrv. if yo
bave the ague bny a Dottle and bt
cured promptly acd sorely. Themone
refunded if it does not cure. It cot -tains
no qiininc or poison and i n'eaf-
ant to take. an2S4a
Reed's Gilt Ede Tonic gives torn
to the stomach and digestive organ.
Akother Victim f Kerosrse
Ltst nignt while Mi-s J. nuy Kobinsor
t this city was trying to ligLt tbe fir
with kerosene the usual consequences
followed. A prompt application m
Henry's Carbolic 8 lve relieved tb
pain and her recovery i now assured.
Beware of counterfeits Ex.
J. W. Graham wholesale agents.
Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic stimulants
the digestive or acs and adds tone and
strength to the stomach.
We offer no apology for frrq'ientW
nailing attention to John&n't Anodyne
Liniment as it is the most Vaiuol
ren o-y that has ever been produced.
It is a sure cure for diarrhea t dysen
tery and cholera morbus.
War famine and pestilence all com
bined do not produce fie evil conse
quences to a nation which result from
moure blood m rrrT 'is. farton?
Purgative Pilh mt e use rich blood
and present all man or .i diseases.
Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic is a safe and
pleasant tnvigorant for delicate females
A Gard. To all who are suffering
from tbe errors and indiscretions o
routh nervous weakness early decay
'oss of manhood etc I will send a
ecipe that will cure yon tree o
charge. This great remedy was dis
covered by a missionary in Sontt
Vmerioa Send a self-addressed en-
rolooe to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman.
Station D New Tork City.
Stop using Calomel and try "BLACK'
DRAUGHT" for liver diseases.
' - ov J. J. Tool
mtnn J. W. Coombs.
Reed's GitEge Ton;c purifies thr
blood restores tbe appetite and stim
ulates tbe digestion.
Senator H impton's health is mucl
mpr ved since his stay at the Dagger'
-unng ; he ix iects to remain till the
first of September.
E tee Wa eibmy aged seveuty-two
fe'l in 'ota with a young woman at
Ellsworth III. and gained her consent
to marry ; but his stern son interpoaeo
and the old man committed suicide.
A steel steamer is to be placed on the
Hudson. Tne weight of a steel boat is
said to be considerably less than tbat
of an rdinary wooden null and its ca
pacity for fast travel proportionately
Thomas Jefferson son of Joseph Je'
ferioD. tbe c or wa united in mar
riage to Miss Eugenia Paul the actress
on Thursday last. Tne ceremony to. k
place at ihe residence of tbe groom's
father a ihokua 2i J .
The widow of tbe late El win Adams
will shortly be married again. This
will be encouraging news t th genet-
ou public wno contriouieo ix.uuv a
while ago to her support bu it will b-
much more encouraging to the gentle
man who gets tbe widow and her
A remarkable feature of the Frye
tragedy in B iston is the youthfa ness
of tbe murderers. Infantino tbel'al-
lan b -rber is but 16; Ard uo the Gresk
bat 24 and 'Ltrry ON il." who was
nabbed in B ooklyn lat F.iday bu
18 years of age. Larry ia as innocent
as a lamb and had nothing to di witb
the murder but "confesses" that Infan
tino and Ard i to did it.
The Franklin seaich party landed
from tbe ship Enhen on fie nont
shore of Hudson's Bv. near Depot Is
land on Aagust 9 1878 AU hands
including Lieut. 8jbw ki were in ex
client health after the voyage north
The ratty started on a sledge j u-ne
for King William Ltnd on April 1.
1879. witb four additional innnns ano
their families tbs party making up in
all si i teen sods. Tbey took f"U
tledgc.s and about sixty dogs. A Her-
ald correspondent has immortalized to
mtnagH'g editor of that utnal "
namiug a stream the Connery river."
A Washington letter of Sunday says
Senator M C. Ba ler chairman of the
committee whicn ba been nvestiga -mg
tbe civil service of the Pr vidence
cu-ttom bouse arrived here yestrdaj
and leaves for Sou'h Carol na to-day.
Haays be went toRioie I land fill d
wit i the idea that she was a mod. 1
State but bis investigation showed tbt
h -r Feoer1 officials were no bett-
than the Ftderal offinals of on f
States. H: tiink the 8 ateapleasai.
-lace to V t hen th weather is wat m.
a -d was not astonished tbat he secui-
d with at twice asking a full repr-
ntaiion of bis committee."
Little Rooalie Harris was sb t in tbe
netd Jay 14 by J-hn Beckett who
now ties n j d in Washington D C.
aa t og the ieult oi ber injuriea Tbe
n-ll was iaeud d for her nne'e Dvi
P indx er. I was fired from a 81
calibre revolver and weighed half at
-unce. Tbe child was stooping when
shot; end tbe bu let struck ber on the
p f the forehead ab ut an inch abov
t ba-r tin- V esa.de a long fracture
in the tkuil extendiDg -three inches
b ck where it en-er-d the brin TfliJ
.... v. . I . w .Km .bi.il . . r
P'iDt where It st nek toe ekni was
c nabed in and fractured aiurwam
C'mitgout. Fr m there t its resting-
peihe bot e was depressed by tb
biy.i rassed over it. About an
large aiantitv ol
jme of Itiorv
t siae set in at once.
au i conmuea ior a c:t wnen tn
arm and leg were c mpbtely paralyzd
Tne m ningeal arery was badiy torn
as ws also thr ?urw matt; or Coverint'
of the brain. To i- jury to tbe sku I
was wha is known as a Commit uted
fractnre. As soon as the child's sys-
tem was somewhat recovered from tn
shock tbe doctor performed the deli-
c t operation nf raising up three inches
o' depressed skulL Tb s relieved the
p tient who bad before been suffi nng
aeverelv and rt red her mental facu -ties.
Ice ha been kept o-wstantly t
tbe child's bead and light but none
labing food administered. Tha tota
paralpU which commenced about th
sixteentn day only lasted a week ann
is now nearly gone. On tbe twlftl-
day a third piece of bona was ex ract-
sxt abwt tbe S'ss of a silver quarter
Toe wound bas been carefully s rapped
together with adhesive plaster aa
now measures only about oca inch ii
'eegth. Tha bones also seem to b-
growing together and tbe portion de-
phrased by tha ball is now quite annd
No mental effect of tne loe nf brain or
ir jury to the skull cat. ba na wd by tbe
gir 'a fsmi y. Bha appear as bngh
and lively as any child and although
tK paralysis bas at t quite lef i ber limbs
she is abvnt tht boas seaxlj all the
New Tore September 1 A Timet
oetuai ir iu Nrragan-ett P-r Kuuor
I -land S'aue that Mrs. ixGovermr
Spra.U8 left her h m- at Cnuochn
4ttnrda.T iak ng wti her ifcr ihtee
lanabuis and add tbat this late.i
tep not only revive tbe scaudal but
presents Some new phases of it at O
reehly kinoies public interest as to
bat :be outewme of tbe wbole mat er
will be. Mr. 8pr&gue went away it
a andeistood. without her tu-beco's
coiisent and despite not only his bur as
it wou'd stem other and more p tent
pprsition. It was stated eix n aft r
tne unhappy lady's rturn to her home
rhat she was immediately placed nnd.r
spiooage. Though this ws d-nieo
i various friends of the peraons ot
interested the belief has been genera
here tbat tbe statement was true and
that surveillance wa main'atoei up to
tbe tim4 of Mrs. Sprague's depanure.
I' is stated that every movemei t
VI rs. 8prague si nee tbe scandal rxctm
public with the notable exception of
bis noeipt-cted departure has ben
made under the dtreci-n and at tbe
iictatioo of Seaator CoLkling. I is
le'ieved here that w.thm a day or to
x-Governor Sprague will make a fu 1
and explicit statement on his side f
A secial to the Sun stages that Mr.
Sprague left Canoucbet M.nsion be-
cause of zM-trea'tnet t and violence n
ne part ot ner busbauo and that el e
mide her escape only by eluding lie
v.gilarce of her busbaod who endenv-
ored t prevent it and even made n
unsQccesniul attempt to find ber ome
ol the trains. I. i surmised be left
n a steam yacht. G ivernor Sprague'-
n n rmatns w th him.
Memphis Auui 81. Twenty few
cases 7 bite end 13 c-uorcd weie
reported to the board of h'Vth to day.
A. -none the l umber were W. J Bar ir
Mv. Marv L Craffey and W titer R
Lucas. Fiv- d atbe have been repott-
ed J W. Pimm Nellie Fazzie and
A tdegram from G -rmar t wn Ten-
nessee announces tba' Jann B-dloro
-a down with fever tt tl ylj S a lon
It will be remtmbered ibat h s so
E I ward died of fever about two week
ago. The Howards have sent nur-e-and
a physician to that point Tht
wenier ia uUry and warm.
New York 6p' ember 1 Another
Ctse f yellow fever waa reported ai
qiaraotine yesterday. The ir-k man
as a keepi r nam d J .mes K rby on
f be Ha tien schooner Ci thiuoa who
has been sent from the United States
M rsa '- ffic-" in thi c t.
Galvest m S i t o ber 1 At H os-
on viariday morhiig Jaor J i
:ave the quarantine breakers a heaiii g
-a a writ ut habeas corpn. Tbe pi s-
ooer were discharged Irom cast dy
the Judge ruling thit the board of
health had no power to declare quaran
tine under tba city charter this po er
o.ing vested in the b ard of alderr en
alone. The mi proceeding in oider
it -s supposed will be the arrest i .
mayor bea 1 1 officers and the me rob r
if tbe Hons on board of health on th
iarge of conspiracy to obstruct and
bs'tn" ion of mails.
Memphis 8 premtxr 1 Srw
canea iu an 13 whites and 3 coi.Te.
were reported to the boae - k
to day. F ur addition 1 interments
nave bien rep irted bv thi uu i r
Wa ter R. I.ucas. Wm A W e-. M s.
W G Ricbarostin ano Dy d P H-i8.
Toe city is b iog thoroughly o sin-
fected under tbe mspices of tbe State
board f health officials.
Dr. John G td n the p'ytician sent
V ibe Howards to Julian B-dford ar
B lily Tennesae re-urned this atte-
ntion and reports ber don with genu
ine yeilow fever W. H. Joyce b.wk-
keeper in the Western Union Tei.-grapi
ffice of this city was stricken at noon
Tbe Howards placed tuirty addi-
tional turses on duty to-day.
Tne weather is cloudy. The ther
mometer ta ranypd between 60 and 80.
New Orleans S ptember 1. G u.
3ood's atveu year old daughter ia im-
proving ; his son aged eight became
sick with 'ever ye t roay.
Alice W iliams aged three year"
died of yellow fever this morning at 7t
W Bhingron 8rett.
Havana September 1 Advices
from H jti to August 20 state that the
Liberals bave cap ured two mail sit am-
r. The proviaional government o
oit au P ioce sent troop3 agains; tte
Liberals a' Gonaives. A'ter a b '.n
struggle Gnai?es took fire. Two-
thirds of tbe town was burned the le-
mtiner p'Haued. Alter the defeat a'
tionaives Bater B z.hs and his ad-
here t emoatktd for Jtremie which
pronounced in his favor and where he
intends to make a stand. Gen. Mot-
ooin' aidd by national troops Mom
Port au Prince has recaptured Ctpe
H.jtieo thus depriving tbe Liberals of
two strong bol Ison tbe north
Gioaives and Cape Htyien. 'Tne
ouotry -s iu a fearful coudition. Toe
fire at Gjnaives caused an immense
L '5DON. September 1. Owing to
th) depression in trade and foreign
competition tbe earth nwre and china
miuufacmrers of Staff jrdshire have
reaolvetl on a reduction of wajea of
-he employees which will sffcCt over
fiva thousand workmen.
The colliery p oprietors at Burnley
coal fi-lds gave notice la-t 8 tirday o
a redaction of five per cent in tbe
wages of tbe colliers.
1'be reduction of the wages of tbe
-mp.oyees of the 8taff irdsbire earth-?
ware and china manufacturers is part j
attributed to the American protective
utiea. Tbe employees desire t r-
tnrn to the .scale of wages paid in 1871
and it ia ex p cted that tbe men wnl
-nhmi' tn tbe reduction.
A her party of farmer "umbering
about twenty 1 ft Liverpool for A u i
ica on S nrtav Us'.
Memphis 8 ptember 2 Two new
case were teponed to tie board ol
health th s m rmng O to Sortohou-
and Dan Fowlkes. F nr deaths h'
curred since last o g-1 -G?orge W
M .'thews Pti k MeLui Tb m.
lcMbon and Eagena Wmiem c
red. The fever " eviden ly gaineo
a foothold at Bintvn Btati n six
mil" east oi the c ty on tbe M mom
and Coarleston Ralroad eignt case
re reported tn ht immediate neigb-
. j tf-i tt r ..
nhttbrod. J Ki uoock and wile. In-
ng in tBiC-sime vicinity were stricken
vterJsy. xfaia bas been falling aince
L rrsTTvarsriember Z. A" pr
reiiab e source in
Tf ajh v
here over a local cue
Naw Orleass 8-ptember 2 A
ernoie smim rged yesterday roti--o
M rgan City and along ibe Tecbe ou
t e going on of tie wirea proven s
nil pariicolars from being rer.eivc-1
Tbe steamboat Sammie and A bert
were sunk. Portion of tbe iron abed
Morgan's wbarf and a portion of
t e engine she I were blown oowr ; Uo
Irwiu' ice bouse and some dweoiog.
ere blown from their fouad"ons.
the damge to cr ps -long the Tehe
was immense. Tbe aaw mill at Q-r-ick
ri as the bay wu blown down
Tbe Presbyterian Church and .new
cb ol noos were blown d.iwn and thr
-traeu were fl oded. Morgan's Trcbe
ararehnuae waa blown down and ci-i-d
aero Front street injanng ibe
t res of L L b and - E mi or. Tn
tmia wa rnghtful ia the vrntng.
New Orleabs September 2. Thr
eamb u Brtbr Alvin and W J.
Bjbam broke from tbeir moorings o
n Algiers aide as J w. re diivea acM
eiw rrv-r beiog only slightly damage.
Pffltb atta owned bj tbe govern
mrnt aad used as case boats were
LortsmiE September 2 A report
Has reached Arte -f a moat cowardly
and upprovi ked murder at tbe little
twn of Cundeavilie Aodersoa coar--v.
abo sionown a.rdy event eg.
Robert ISusslj tha tows Mtal and
B id O iver formerly a saloon keeper
were neighbors and O iver bad been
hui t ng Siturday and as he retarded
h me and entered his yard witb uo-
t aded gun he was bailed by Moaely
and a-k-d if he was ready t senlr
tat d ffi nuy o ver akel What
i ffi u it" when M aiy commmc"
ruramg and ahumg O iver aad fl a 'y
trw a pistol and shot hm drao.
M cly was arrested and is nnder
Bost -x S.-ptrmW 2 At a con'e --i
ce ot about 200 uaimg P b
t onis'. tr general entinen. favcred
J hi D L ng for Governor and o.-
p rl Plaice
New T-be S.-ptembee 2. An sx
u Osi n o ta in tbe Cremooeoe g
ieoa probably fatal. y turned Fred K
Hugh- propnetor acd Cbailea
r- miein. barkeeper
Lord n Septemarr 3 The Timet
in rt o wing tbe ti-rirrie quaiiu-
av ho opinion x iressed in the
Uoiied States that the whole qu -stion
ab -u!d tie settled brtwern tba State
D sirim-nt and F ireign Offi ;e with-
ut tne North Am ncan c o oe hav
tng a voice in tbe matter betokeo.
misapprehension of tbe poltry of th-
British Empire wbtcli accirds loiteii
the governing ot tbe colonies and thru
f reeoo n of action which i limited
uly by -m penal considerations. Tni
n-hnre fihrtes ate an ina'ienabl
her ttge of Canada and Newf uod-
aoit an1 tbese c citries mu-t aa
whether and on what terms a par ic -pation
in tbem should be granted to
toreigo couit'y. It is somewhat sur-
prising that tbe United States which
we tbeir existent e as h nation to tne
assertion ot tbe very priociila that a
colouy must have a vo ce in any
negotiation which tff ct its in-
ee should not nuderstsnd the
same principle when asset ted ot
he hilt of Canada.. The intrinsic vtlue
of the pro per' v destroyed on tbe oc
casion of the F irtuoe Bay fraa i
nic-re tr n t as comp ire.i witb 103000
and as tnat sum is the Americto esu
mte of some to or thtea boats being
urevented frm nik oe a single ctth
of fish it lo ks as if the tubing pnv
i eiCf isct-d by tbe tie.i'y ol Wal-
lakton were of craerviloe than tb
oeopte of the Unite ' 8 atea hve been
h fietto willing t allow. It i eatis
Hcry to find that the government a'
Washington repudiates all intention of
vking any consideration of the Uili-
fax award on gn nnds of subatqirni
II treatment of fishermen. Were ft
F ruae Biy claim tbe only surviviot
lifficulty in connection with
rhe fisheries quesnon it w nl
aerve to show by its inig-
oficance the dimensions tt wbici-
formidable interntt oual ma-
ter had been reincel. Uo'ortu-
uately while tbe q leetion will eooi
come up again an further arrange -
uen' on the Haiifx p an unlets pr
ceded by a fiaal and conclusive seitlt-
ment of the headlands dispute an"
righ'o of American fi.hing vessels in
the B itisb North American pop.
wouio be ut.Bviidactory. Seeing thai
the fish' q t-stion is as old ai the
war f 1812 and that it ic happily
he only Kiav. qu-atiio between tb
two countries autely it calls for dt-
1 malic actios to ttle it lrnmed -
atelv nd forever. Tjis statement ol
te Timet s 'nought to embody offi-
c a1 v-ewnof t e q'irtin
Qchbec. S pt uiber 2. O viug t
the e :ent riot the o vu author't es
nave waited on the G -vi rnor-Genera
with a petition for a B itisi. reennent.
Tne G vrnor-Giaerol eag -et'd ir-
steid a prope ly organ zed and suffi
en t. police- lorce.
Vienna Sept-mber 2. 'I he agita-
tiou m li.e viayet of Kot-s-v having
abated the P rte ba ordered the dis-
i-.harge nf the reditffg of the second
c 898 employed iheie. Ic is believed
ibis order is lotim-ttely cmuected witb
tbe events in the preparations on the
i ord ers of L m. The Porte naa also
oidered a recall of the three Albanian
livisiocs vuarding the defites leading
from Sit j k of Noi B zir to th.
frontier ot B tsnia Toe heaquarterr
t tbe Aus rian at my of occupation
wi'l he on tbe N vi Bnzir frontier
The Turkish troops will retire beym d
lie Li m when tbe occupation is com-
p!'t;d but tbe Tutkish fBciala will
till c rry on tbe administration of tbe
London S-ptember 2. Iu addrion
to the itold withdrawn Irom thr. Bank
f England yigtt-rday 50 000 tbe
cm nnt received Irom tbe JGaar abou'
169 000 was disponed of as antici
pated lor hipmei t to New York.
F.elds & S in wareh Bremen and
minufaciurers of straw and leghorn
ats and bonnets have failed. Tbeir
liabilities are believed to bo large.
John Maek'ntosh declared a de-
fault r on the 8irck Exchange yestei-
iay has tailed. II i tailure is due t
the fact that for a long period bis
clients bad received large diff.-rences
on the rte in Erie bot on the reaction
th- y failed to pay tbe principal.
Tne coal man ers of Lanarkshire hav
advanced ?he price of c ai one shilling
per loo and the wages from six penc
to a shilling prr day.
Btlickow V.u bn fc C's great
ro and steel works bave reduced tbt
wages from five to ten per cent.
Kome H-ptember 2 R'ports re-
ceived by the Mioister of Ajricultur
;onflrnj tbe bad aocoU't conceromt
the crops. Tne yn 1 1 of ma'zi in sev
eral provinces is nly half t tat of ordi
nary cases while in several cases it i
considerably below. Tbe a vet ft?
wheat crop is also generally o n favor a-
ole. hemg q ial otily to a third of tha
Luf. Dow 8'ptembei 2 A di ptcl
from ti iia reports that L-ssoufTa bod
i arrived there It will be taken t
T fl nd ibence 1 ome.
Par s September 2 Tbe friends o
Prii-C' Jeoune Napoleon are consider
ug tne oppor unity o' putting for
ward Kaon i Urdu tbeir candidate
f r the C iamo-r of Deputies of tbt
I c tnd htilor in B rdeaux.
New Oblsans 8ep' mhi r 9. Tht
toini abated ao Ut 5p M Ia ad til
( on to thi damage sineo the M rgai
i ne round-hou e at B rwick C t
new building j 1st completed to accoin-
m date engtu.a wat demolished an
in -tut dwelling have tber roofs iff.
f.'umoeya dowu and are trrwue in-
j ired. .Tne negro cantos at Freeiowi
re all demol sbed. T ie gate was
nr ous tbat it carried tbe plates from
tae iron warehou -r on Etorgan wtiari
dear aero? B iyou Teche A Sar
louse was carried across Fc-uit stre t
tod smarbtel in front '' three s:or.
cnying ey tt gallerW etc Tb.
ittolxat Fol'rr was abaodoned i
Bya Sa le Fea s a-r felt for th
Bttrti ! tre sierur:nt Mt'.'e. Com-
ing r m V:n iU. n. t'ntminttt
trom w 1 1 ria orms tre to'; -wiuif
rL .ft of SH"ar bl'Utr- nt Telf Wow-
d o i r psrt y destroyed: C 1
B r-o:tr M til p-au aiuh O-S.an-'leri.N
Likta9d pUntatior D
Tnompsoi 's C'utnt. J -bn Parr'
rirview Gienwnltt S'ecir & Catk'
Li gonna. x.y.in sboh'i r unt i' ea
to- L nia G ecdeudry' Alabama an-
Jiiue Todi' Arlington. Ia fsc .
carcely a p ace ba escap d betweet
tfirgaoCtty and New Iberia. To
os by destruction ! cae and fruit i
eoormou larger tban aver known b
any previoui rn in fl B locality. A
F atk i tbe Cab'tiie church. Smith'
warenuBM and talker's warehon
o- ice bouse were b own down.
Great destruction of property la re-
pnrtnl Utt'-O Halle.
Naw Orleaxs 8 p-ember 2 Forty-
Hyecual bot m tored above the e ty
sank during tbe storm yea-rrday. To
loss is esumated at $200 000 Nj la
nrance. Many trees and lencas wer
blown dnwa aad several boaea n-
roofed. Tor nrly ls of life rrporte-
ws G orge 8 Kintx. romper on tb
eU fl ec To loa of tba boa s w 1
can a famine in coal and advance ib
price to a dollar and a half a barrel.
Toe gas company is placed in an ulj
predicanvnr and wbo'el dealer
will be reqi-red to foroub tbem with
coal Ta coat eta who escaped the
storm and have stock on hand i 1
niake a big hit in tbs market until a
to reche the ci'y
Washikot k 8 otember 2 Damrl
B A aer of M cb gao ha tteen ap-
pointed chief c eik in tbeTh'ed A -aiatan
Ptmstrr Genrra' Bare n :
vicr Wti'iao M. M r n resigns '.
nni..a..t .he la-e. Priearrof fa wa
m tois cur. v I'oeter t aa -
vromtK-s to be the large C nvea'tttv
f prisoner aver held. G Grim
Sheridan H tncck. Nal D w. C
S rr'ght 8nn oher diatioguihe1 mi -ry
. fillers have beea iuvned ani wm
pr ini ferd.
M btseal 8'ptembet 2 The cred-
tira ui be Mechamo' Boik. at a
nretit-g in nanticg'na reolved t
throw the hnk nt m-olvency. and
to ak the m ntater ot jus f pr.tsr-
cute tbe dirctrs aud iffic.ra cum
Uarri bcbo Pa.. 8rtrmher 2
The G .veruoi bas named N vemSn 14
tnnhe tx-cn-'on of Drew S chrer.
lanmel ant Brandt lor ihe murdet
f Keber; Wise another of the murdet-
r is remanded for sentence sort
8 rhman ha been granted a n. w trial
New Tore. 8et mber 2 Capt
Cu ti chief of the government S-cm
Servic Bateau in this city has r-un-d
Fredericesbcrq W 8ptemver 2
Geo. R-M-ae I". K ien a represntativ.
of ibe n nth V ginia dUtut in the
F r y-'hird Congret-r died at hie
timr in T rewell cunt to-day.
Losd k. S-ptember 2. Too Jiiri
Lane urTfM in lie v tt j review o
R "ain trad- sv that trie
damage done is irreparable and to
ii wea'her ctn prevent the
o tc mi of tb'S so s on a wheat cr p
r-m proving m t dua-tr io b.tn
n quality aud iait ty. IIppily the
ether for the last day tir two has
been well suited to barveit ng. Mny
delds are s ill quite greeu while in
others the wheat though more for-
ward is a bad color. Tbe ro t crop
are choked with weeds. Potatoes
aave gone from bad to worne; in fact.
o no single in nance cm agricultural
prospects be said to bave im-p-oyed
during tbe 'past fortnight.
In const quence of tbe foreign sot-
lilies the bad weather bad but littu
ffi-ct on the wheat trade. All that
can be said is that in occasional in-
nance needy buyers have subm I-
ted to advances ot a shilling per q i-r-er.
and even that was obt.ined wit
difficulty. It u e-f mated trt a simi-
ar agricultural disaster ten years ago
would have entailed an advance ot
en shillings per q tarter. The supp y
for tbe moment has c mpletely d e-
anced Ibe demand owing to thr
enormous outward movemei t 'r- m the
America Atlabtio ports. Tbe trade
nowever cannot be expected tc remain
n its preset t inert condition t.-r
any lentti of tiin and a matkd
advance may be expected when the at-
tention if layer4 now engrossed by
tbetxcessof lortign arrivals is give.
to tl e tact tbat ukiog into considers-
on me diminished acreage shown and
the wretched results of the bom.
crop the amount of toieign wheat rt -
qu red to supplement u own dt g -to
Is something like 4 000 000 q ni
ters more than is r.quoed iu oroiusry
eam ns. I bere baa been ou lutii
chanite in feeding stuffs. B trier i
fairly maintained at last Monday'
iotttons. Man and oat have
ai'ghtly favote seller. Tbe arryale
cargo- at ports ot ca I bave beet.
large. Wheat during the earlier part
of the wei k ruled firm owing to tbe
wet west bel ; old No. 2 -pring wheat
advanced a sntlling pel q tartei ; white
and red wut rs were n-mlv held f.u
full prices but with better weather at
the close of the weik a q'lieter lone
prevailed. There has been a good en
tioentat demand. Mi'Ze hut b.n U
tnd 31 to 6 1 cheaper per qua e
fnce bas bten a fa r business u. w ieat
for forward delivery at ratber better
prices but the demand bas again fallen
ff. 8.1. a of Etg'ish we-ee last week
w. rr 17 759 quarter t 48 1 1 acatn-i
S3 404 q iarters at 45 8l for tbe r
C K8TASHN"PLE S pumber 2.
Toe O tomau t-i mmisi ners while ac
cepting tbe p otoco of tbe trea'y of
derlin as a basis lor tbe negotia iot
jvitb Greece contested the obligatory
character of the due of tbe frontier
mentioned therein. Tbe Oretk com
missioners stated tbat tbeir inMruction-
nd not" permit tbem to negotiate on
the vague basis thus proposed and
that it would be necessary to refer it
to tbe Greek government. Should tbe
Greek government not share tbe Porte'
viewr it is bel eved tie tvo govern-
ment would agree to reier tbe ques-
on 1 1 a j tint mediation of tbe pow
London Sep-ember 2 J .ho O'Con
nor Power tbe Home iiale mem iter lor
Mivo. on Sunday last addressed a
large meeting of tenant farmers Bnd
others at Btllyhauota held to demand
an immediate reduction ol rent and a
radical reform in tbe existing land
ws. At the bead of be crowd were
200 mouit d men and 200 men nn
toor carrying s aves wi h heals ra
sembling pikes and a large gre n ban
ner wttn tbe represent i tn oi L. n.
xhortiLg btr sons to tt uggle lor lib
Paris Bsp'ember 2 A Roumanian
rny .y i now making tbe rounds o' t e
European c ntts to endeavor to obtain
.. me modification in tbe pmvi.i to nt
tbe treaty of B N n binding R oma-l
to emancipate the Jew. He ins fi.
nia attitude by poiuting to ibe C.iinear
question in America; and aIo ay tn
p op'e are even heginn ngito spek of
the necea-ity of putting themsjives on
tbeir gnatd against Jews.
HABKBTS BV TRLKDBtrB.
Galvestoh Septembir 2 Cottoa
Receipts 670 bales; export coast w sr
.... bales; sales srm Dales; stock oo
han i Td&S bales; market quiet and Uud
Wheat in good demand for better
gra es and pri es higher; rl ro.
IU9; No. 3 !. ai.ott; No. 4 99
Mediterranean N . 2 $ x6 No 8 l.0!;
No. 4 o 7c O.U I exas 4042
KAflUf . tt etUCTH
Liverpool September 2. oon Civ
ton uu t; ju un.it fd mid-
dling Orr ans 6d. Future oened
l-Sid cbe per but Lave since recovered.
KAJtaAS CITt SLAKEETa
g Crrt. 8 fember 2 Whrai
No. t spot 8'rc bid; No. 8 spot fear
car Wis s rid at
Gra4 winte ed Texan steers $2504$
2.75; torn fed 3.t04.l0.
SEW OKLaasie tBTa
Nw ukiaoii September 2 Cotton
steady; sales 5o0 bales: ordinary
go ord.nary lOjc; low mlodllrg lo. ;
middlinx H.HC; Kd midd ing llc.
igbt Vic premium riujniijy u k
Kiour quiet and steady; superfine 13.
&3.V). XX f4.H0 A XX $4.4 7.'!;
higher (trailer f.5.7L. Corn dul1
weak and lower; mixed 4nc. 0
linn se .lng at 8 tS4c Pork dull
od lower at Sc Lrd unsettlrjd;
tierce 6H6c; keg ThiHo
Whisky uit; weatem rectified flX&d
l.tu. Dry sail aboulilers wek at 4
QtK. Baom eca'cc and ftro-er. sboolirrs
4iKt&3c; detr nb4ic; c ear idea
5c. Ilviu "U ugr cured 9J&
11' as in ize. C Cm steady an I
to fair demand; cargo of ordinary
tt prime qtced at ll4&lbc 8uar
qntet a 4 uovbaoged. cotniuoa to pood
common ji;fa4r to fully fair oic-jTc;
pdmetochou7$7H yelow cl Orxl
Mola i qu el so n nil rod;
f mem log Hi&Mci cummua tb&tHC;
ltxi&c primal to rtume 8iic
R ce quk t ori.nry to choke LouiLn
Mbeat firm; No. 2 red winter fl.OS
new tohi suErrra.
New Yoe. September 2.- Cotton
makct 1-ae.l aicoj; middLsf lict
- " T. LoL'M MAKEKTS.
St. L..i !.; .1i'rjfi Flour q-il ?
oertwt.o i-tnei'.. r.r .. r t f v ;
loeiStMf. Xa f. fA. v tr. Whei
hg!n.r. t no tt v. t-iasJi" No 3
jl... 'fasr?'t...t: r. i.Oivr. a S c
bi . 0i6 aUe. -X ViVii- .n-l . U
; rnir t-4? W'uitSv I . t
P k we ker -V - r niii.v
..tt. a vi 'kj
r f r. uo.i.iuul at
Cant' -rnrk-t steadir an I rrm; f. r
rattle sli ptiug i-letr. e1"'! r clinic
1 4 tip A V u lot f dr t ip l brolly 1 1
V: IVx.n gr fett ii ill Nt f itO-kC-I.
0; Color.do. $LVI4 5'; is
2 tlMi; .u p o nu 4U0 Shee t s e uly an I
unrh.ni.-ttl. firtogl. iU
iboi eto fancy. -4.o tf ); "ivceipis
nuue shiprueuts It 0.
. Chicago Scvtemh-r 3 Wh at tin-St-lt
el b il tei.cral lot r l I.e. rlrm;
No. I C'hicart -it n JcJ-t bd; N . a
da8i"c Oil; ict. b r .;a
U i a i S a ti -ior rurmn nf
O -f when cruel j t C Of thai bt.t
leltvered an opiu o - lostirh he. JJ
T -e irenerHi a. m ti id Oai t s
a kOsrdian nf Ibe sanctity nf any d-y.
If it my p-otctthe firt dy ot ibe
we k iiom d ecr t oo tHCne it t- the
C in iiau S .till h u mav in like m in-
ner pr.t'ect the MX'h .ta b-caos - it is
tne holy day of the Mthommedan and
the seventh day rucu' it ia thr Stb-
th ot thJew and tne seyen'h flay
Btu'ist. N y m re it may proiro' tha
V ioua feti-i d ia which tit s -meof
t e ciiutches a-erooiitret . cc y
sicret than Ihe tJ.ODi n .lay T e
Stt U e eava a rati to .q i athel-nt
r he B i e on h- 1 o 1' rtar n he
may see fir. al' hough in the j idm rt
o mjst mn the o iner iri.pi.i ia
- viciU4 as the later ia uuuh .
Th -re are variout relign us dot - the
p-tfoiminco of whicn on u-.o) is
c tn-tdered peculiarly appr uriite ; aa'l-VU-rnxupaiion-and
aniuameot- lim rate-
s ia ihemseiv t ut d"em-d by m t
Ch 'st-ant irrel'i'iou- if indu'gtd 'n on
Sabbath yet the law neither eif .reus
titt one nor foibd the n-her. fn a
nr l. we reprit iht legally considrr-
- Suiday ! merely a dy ..f ret. T
i e Christian it is far mon ; with b'm
t has a sancti'v n't Hetiveu from hu-
nan laws bu 1 1 imped up n it by the
A'mlghty. II w oiieivanc of it i not
he mere periormance of a c v I nu y.
eH an obedience to a pr.Cep of ihe
M st Iligh. I this fai'h be is pr-
cted. The faith itself is regaroed
ith respect but the law dees not en
COTTAOS rCDPINO Oae rup Ugr
th-t-etkgrt. lour table spoonful milk
one cup fl nr two teaspotms baking
powder. B ke in a lof.
U'eara for the pud ling One egg
onernp uar one pint of m Ik half
cuo fl ur; io.i un il thick fl vor the
pu loing and crrarn w'th lemon.
Rice and Meat Pcddino T-krary
ki ol l co.d meat auo ttl .p it f ne wl h
co'd bm or cold salt p.tk; e-nn
wl h salt pepper swret hertv a little
bu tr and twit eggs. Tien m.k-t al
ternate layers of c ld boiled rice and
this m'x ure and b k h iif an h nr.
v crriJt Breab. -F ur or x eges.
two ioi. sptH.u u. o teas' and r q ur-
ter of a p ui of hu ter woiken nh
the ig:S ad liea-en till v. ry 'tghr
a-vmt a p t of rank. q i rt ' fi nr
aid a lotle salt. W i ibe fl ur m
g aduallv and a-1 ibe h ' u a moid
to tise and be b ked in. V ik a litt'e
m -rr tn thr to"" in r
Mkuq Si AP. -Pu on lnx"'Zd
r ecu' t. jj mi- three lio o
a t r A it - i .i 1 1 ive.i
fiv-p cn'is o' k t h n gr. H.t ; ir w 1
tod Ie' bo from tw to tw an a bal
houis ; Ie i c anr c i nn'.
There ape r- :' um to the
swift Vengeance of the N "Himi. Tne
Courts in M'isoow conrt. mnel Ittrr N
hiosts tt 8 beria and hr'o'e starting
they mtrried undi-r th Ri-san law
three girls of their poll ca fib w o
agned tn HTiomptny them ui X
Tne sentence was at once chrvn o
i'try mpr soum-i.i for Iifu in R !.
The thne women pleaded! i ir
M yetew cbii f of polire. who ba' the
m er in band t sei d them-"1 nd
themselve to 8 heria. He rt fused.
T.it secet cnintiee tried mi en -damned
h'rn and thice dy later he
i.s'a bed. Thr horrible storiis nf
ti-t scff nogs td Nd iltata on boaid a
R taai ete nr Ott In Ibe R d Sea while
oo ne r a sy t b n r r n-r- .i r -
m iu det'ilb tbeL' Pdoo D ii'y Ntwt
rrep. n lent at 8 . Pjetburg. wuO
h S appar n Iv taken tne ibr-ilc-'
waebing Risa'an despotism. Tue de-
f nee m unit to tbi s aieme-i --it m
official nice" I hat a'thi Ugh the Ni-
b list pis neis were o eked betweea
d ck alter a taahion wliicb would h .ve
kii f d any nn' else Russian ate sn ac-
enstome.' to bd air and he t in the'r
h uses bat o iy tbe u ul mortality
A mM.t lligeoi. U auo iiiifcli.al C"'rr.
ei flame wis left in chargn of residence
Nt 117 U .i-.n street. Mr phis. After
po-itn g herst If as t the p ace in who h
ailt he vaiutb'e wrre stored she hired
another negro to take chstgw nf ihe.-"
prem sea. TheS'Cond puiy od be-
tnerr but s few ri5S when tw. oV
ered that i be tesidet ce had oett-' y
ny aback d.mrapd a number t e
article ofnabte-ware porlitmed Sus-
picion attached to bouet keeper No. 1
whose spirt melt" were sicbed and
tile missing article f.-nnd.
) Hark.. iiaviallaM.
Good Middling 9
Ouu Urumai V
Outlet X C Egg 14 !
. Grain. Corn 75-. .
Bright. 45 s. Wheat 1 00 Fu-
der $1.60 per hundred tl.j. tl 23
Chickeiia $1 60 per i.txen. Po-
tatne rieei. 1.U0 per bustwl Irish
43 50 per barrel
H.e drt rim' 8 ttt 12n
Portland cement per tbt 7 00 to t "
Plaster Paria per bbl... 4 L0- '
Hair per pound ....... r-..
Fire bnck per M.. . .r.Kb 00125 00
Texas Pict R 'ugn per M . . . 17 00
Drenaed one d. 0 00
M Drest-ed two side li 03
tongned and grooved... ... z2 0
Texa Pine Siding 17 oO
White Pine. Siding clear... ii CO
beaded ceiling clear 23 CO
8b ingles. Sawed Cypress No.
L ptr thousand heart 6 t'Q
Shingles Sawd Cypress No.
t per tbouaand 4 CJ
Lath White Pine per 10C0... ft U0
" TeiaaPine... 4 f0
WHOLES ALB PRICES VOK STAPLE RO-
CKKIE. Jountry bacon... 7c
Western ' 1 ?5
dama ngar-cw3d... 12 l-2c
Lard tierces l-C
half bmrret ... 9 1-tc
" tin 2i and 40 lb cans.... 10 -2 a
CoiTee choice.. ti
" prime.... 153
standard A. ....... .... 1fc
yellow clarified Dl-2i
Salt coarse per sack 2 tb
tat 2 75
LonisiAna molAssca cbolee. . . . Ce
Syrup choice C'c
V OSV.TJ H .SECLif Usrsx.r if I ii:
IX t .tt r-iii ct im
(a C lap co ' T Xa Wi.luuK.a rr 1
MEtfirO et't'K'J Tn rt d "I tbe t t
a frU ft rE-.a M-l .
ml ir aat ttei Alt ' - '
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