Dallas Daily Herald (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 14, Ed. 1 Wednesday, February 26, 1873 Page: 1 of 4
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DALLAS TEXAS WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY ' 26 1873.
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THE DAILY HERALD
JNO. W. SWINDELLS & CO.
Teroae of Bntirrlp oa"I331$3fl
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tloa 1. .ebeeuueut ini.rtl.u Ml ranti.
. Bp'.eil Notice. nt to reading me Iter $1 60 par
i.u.re oaeh Insertion. Local Nolle. I. reading or
.aiioriel column. SO ceme per Hue each insertion.
rSpeclal reduued rate mad. fer longer periods
arAdvertlseruenl. payable in edvnuco unless
with those doing a r.gular bu.ine.1 undor contract.
THE WEEKLY HERALD
II rOILUIID XVXHV 1ATCRDAT MOINt.
Tcnus. tt W per annum or tl 60 for ill
months 1 advauce.
Uos. Hiuix Hast Dullui Judge Uth Judicial Dl.
Jm. '"TAOL' I. PallM Dl.trlet Attorney.
ornciKs o hum eooxtT.
Join D. K unroof Dallas J- Precinct 1.
Robxxt B. Out Lancaster " "
Mr.nr.nmt M vitas ?
. William J. 11 iur.ii " "
0. O. IIUITKAO. ' '
John M. Law.. Clerk of the Dlitrt Court.
1 . Coohbis ")
Hikrt Boll J
Jr.R. M. Brows ShprifT.
M. V. Coi.c Trewnrer.
N. A. Kits Counly Surveyor.
CITY Or'KIOEUS. .
Jm I.onc Major
H kt BnLL.Tieainrer
J. H. Finn. City Att'y
Tuoe. Fltkn. Marshal
C. 8. Mitchell ee y
I). Kim Ass'or A Coll'or
Alut.kvt.h.- V.. P. Bryan C. Cepy. O. M. gwlnk
Prank Aintln M. Tb.veliet W. Ii. Cation Jno.W.
Lane A.M. C'oclirau.
t att .a Muumncnr. v a. Knitritt. Tmh.
lar nil) meet at the Aeylumt In the town of
Pall.. en me Tnursuny niier in lasioaioruayi
. . ... . i -
ineaen wovu e."j .'.-'.
JOHN J. QOOD.I.O
Tuiai Austin Recorder
DALLAS CHAPTER No. 47 Royal Arch Masons.
Companion.. Yon are hereby onmmonee font
tend a Stated convocation of DallnR Obapter
No. 47. on Monday eveninc Dee. SO 1STJ
at early candle lighting. Uy command ef the
M.S. II. r. thus w ALK&n oeeraiary
IANNKI1ILL LODGI No. M V. A. M. meetion
the .econd and lest 8atirlay of each mouth at
the Siesenlo Nail
IUNRY BOLL W. M.
Bteiuae HoRtAN See'y.
RIDOKLY 1N0AMPHINT. 5o. t. I. 0. 0. T.
meet eu the first and tliird Friday nlghte of
each month at the uan Ft now.' nan.
T. A. BAYRKC.1
Atl.t: J D. KRiroOT Scribe.
BitLA LOHGK No. 44 I. 0. 0. T. me.tiea
every WeiUoHday night at the Odd Follow.'
Hull. S. W. HUNT N. U
P. II. PiyiNPORT Secntary.
f A. villi Texae A. (. Iliinoli
yyiLLS & BEEDE
JPAII bn.!om traniacted at the Kan... Slock
Taid. Kanrae Ctty He. . - IPeo 14-14:tf.
JRS. M. J. JOHNSON
RMpeetfally Inform! the Tpublie that .he hu
received her fall deck ot
Ladies' & Misses' Hats and
Tog.lher with Trlmmlnp of Ivery Kind
tewhieh ihe Invitei the attention of her friend
and the public generally lt.r.liep ll iuth.'Crntck-
t.ld BeuM at the Houtoa St. outran ec. fctf
WILl be paid fer the return or Inlirmatloa that
will land le Ike recovery ef Ihe fullowim diicrllied
auiuial. atol.n from lb. nadenlgned at Rock Mill.:
A laoui. .elered mar. mule cleanly reached and
trimed and branded I) U en left ehonlder.
1 ' JKO. W. ROWLAND
Bella. Texae; or
M. A. TUBNKR
Teb.7Jt . !. Bock Mill. T.xal.
)ENNI & SIMON
BOOTS AND SHOES
NORTU Stbg OF COMHKICK St.
A rew doors East Public Square
DALLAS . ; T TEXAS.
W. keep a full stock of the but material on hand
at al limes and ars prepared to do the best of work.
Special attsntiou paid to fine work and repairing.
? ' V tf.1 DENNI A SIMON.
. . LVCI J. e. VATLAXl
JJ P. LUCE & CO.
Cotton. & Wool Fnctoris
Terminal A. S" C. S. R.
Corslcann Eonis and Dallas.
- Special attention paid to receiving and forwarding
gooda and produce. Consignment reepectfnllj sc.
ctel. aWWarehoua. near depot. 4: if.
J)R. HENRY . '.
English Doctor from London will prastlce hi.
K'lV S '" crenia disease! of
all klnd. a.np.ci.iity. li.wllfl.lt the re.ld..oe.
lnlhiscltyanrittftrtlirM . funH
nJaViA n." Dr'f Wl . II. "
PR. I. RILIOTT...
--".laon i o yunee
JjLLlOTT & STSVINSON
Medicines Paints Glass Oils
PATEN T M EDICINES
FAXCY COOUS 4c
In their new Bulldltg North ld of Sinre
Would respectfully Inform tM PuWI" tM thfy
have now aud will contluue to k''P " lid a ful 1
aupply of every kind of gooilt their lue and
would lolicit a iliaro of public patrouaji Thair
drug are warranted fresh aud pure.
An experienced DrnirgUt sl)'i promt to 1111
ailg. 31 l7'i-M:tiluos. .'
EsiaUisbcd Jauaary 1st. 1S(3.
C. JORDAN & COj
tt. P. AINSPAICH - Cashier
FIRST CLAHS PAPKIt DISCOlVTKU It REASON'.
A ELK KATES. lOUEUlOVS 1110! OR all
parti of the Inlon and rtmlltcd rrrompllf
GOLD SILTR AND CUItltKiKT j
SOl'GnT AID SOLD
V. draw at sillit for Geld and Crr.ncy In
amonuts to suit :
Swenson Perkins A Co. to Wall 81
nnnimen'e Saving Institution.
IVrkins Swenson A Co.
Hull HutchlDg. 4 Co.
OPEN FROM 9 A. M. till S f. M.
We are .Kent fer tho following Pint (in In
urance Coinpauie. and tuke ri.ke at rat eitab
lieiieu uy the Dallas Uoanl or underwriter
FRANKLIN PIRIi INjURANOK CO.
of Philadelphia Ass.t .$3l31o
ef llurtlord.Ooun. Assets.... $20000 00
STATE IMaUHANUK CO. I
of Hanibnl Mn. Huh Assets 111000 M
HERCHANT!) MUTUAL LIFE INSURAIK CO.
oi uuvesion uatn assets null pan J..aJuoa on
TPXAB BANKING AND INfitntANCB CO
nlDalveston (Vuh Capital (3000 00
PLAXTKItS' 1NKURANCK CO.. i
ot Housion Texas (lash Capital 0000 00
T. C. JORDAN aCO.
Xho Gtli Annual Scsion
WILL COMMENCE IN THE
New Collr (e Buildiag hth Sept It 1S72 t tluiie5 Tl
Setond Term Btgint Monday Feh. 1873.
Rev. W. II. Scales A. M. rncip'l
Miss. M. E. Hudson A. M. . Aistant
Miss Eliza J. Mat Asst. Prima: Dto't
Mb Mary Si-tton - . Iueio.
RATES OF TTJirib:
Per Term of Four and a Half Mthst
Preparatory Dopartmtnt tin ft til nn
Academic Department jntl. moo
Collegiate Department 20 lb 22 00
Uae of Piano
Latin or Orenk One Dollar nnrnn.il.
Tuition payable In lol.l. brtl.T.r ni..irh.
aivance ; and wben not thin pnld inbatatlO
porcedt. till paid. Pupil charged frormtrance
so me cmse oi me Tor. Deduction ou! for ab
eiic by sickness of two works or mure.
Board in good families at S16 por mil-one-
SMALL BOrS ADMITTE
Aug. 17 1.72-19; t'
LAND LOCATING C0MINY
Orflce with Ault Jeukins A Aol
John Henry Brown President. W. F. (nihil
Viiu.Pn-aideut J K Hawkins Gvali
Agent Pierco W Drown Treasut
i it Ault rlucretary
jonn Henry Brown W. ftmmlns
C. H. Jenkins 3 IDunean
Pierce W.B.own.i .
Thlecnmpatiy was nrganlinl and chkrid for
the sole purpose or Lontins Tnaa LnSIiltiflca-
tes on Coiiinilmon. Cummisaioua oue-i Inter-
est In the laiidsnr where asaiucu as a CHI and
labor is Ivrn III criils per acre T
All comuiunlcalion. should be addresiti
W . R. Atl
fPO TBE FAKMEBS OF Dallainnf-
X m .Tarrant and Parker cities.
TiiOS. FIELD Dalla..T.xo I. ..liagLth.
rneu ooiiniies sw
WALTER A. WOOD'S CELEBRATED
Every Machine sold will h ri.nid
good as any Mowing aud Reaping Machl
wi trlil -
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS EARI
The Machine will lie lold on easy tei
fallowing named farmers hate nd the
Mr. A. J. Jesper '
Col. L. Wogleshy
; J. 8. Front
' iwreesor to Field 1
' Alalu Street Dali'exal.
T. . Grounds
S. JONES & CO.
NKXT DOOR TO ADAMS i LENOUD'S BAN
gTOCK DEALE118' HOTEL
THlt BEST HOUSE IN
Opened January 1 1873.
HORTII MAIN STREET.
X. LARK1N Proprietor.
Ph. II dime
pIFIY PER CENT. MADE ON
I will iel my Store House on Elm itreet opposite
Block JettiOo's nextiloor to Garllngtou Mar
ians uo. s now occupied by B. Wehl and rented
iiui unour at one nuiiiirotl dollars per monll
nailvanoe. The House is el) foot loug by 25 wide
lot HSJ loot.
ill tie sold forl'MK) cash. It ii In the heart of
iue ousiacsscenierorLiaiiasand the lot alone
a lUort time will be worth the purchase money.
M ii. it r. a u fr
APVy t Mossri. Jcffriei A Terry or Block Jstti Co
Noticr Ii heriliy given that the co-partnenhip
heretofore eiistint between Welter ami Willlum
tsrutti undfr tin Orm name of W. Uaruth A Dro
istuisnnvdlnelvMi y mtitiia constat anil iha
Ihe said Walter Ciruth alone is autlinrii.d to set
lis tlie ontstandtog btielneia of sale nrm. He ma
os rounuat tlielawolnce oIK 1) Couuhanonr. In i
city el UII"J on llomlay and hatuiday of each
ween antti me tutn day of Uiirch next reaily to
mate ana receive pavuieuts. a ler w i u i nx fur.
Iher indulgence willuut be given this Feb. II 1872
. n ALl Kit L A K II I II
vla2.dwlm W1LLIAII CARUT1I.
We the nndersltrned hereby relnMtfii)l e.ll
msetllig of the teacher of Dallas m. i.
seuble In theeourt house at Dallas City en Bate
day tbe22d in.t. at ten o'clock a. m.
The object ef the mnetingr will lie ti ill..w. ll
situation of nhuol matters in eur midst to later
Mange with treeduu our eeveral views aud thus to
produce unanimity or action of teacher. In thi
pending educational crisis
uuteuiaud theprofeasionallst. are Invited te be
Waeter Tai ... J. W. JACKSON.
Fsb.01073. f P. SMITH.
Agent for S. II. Ranaam A Co. Slove Manufacturers
Albany New lurk is In this part ef the Htnte. and
reportc mo sine ni tiieirMUUL TV11.L iJONSUL
CONRAD COOKING STOVES as havl nm a .l.re.
sale and giving perleut satistaction. W. A. JON US
iX)oi tins city are sols agsnt. fjr the stoves In
this section. . n3dlt
of New York whirh we are selling at mannfac
tnrar'. prices. Foi durability sweetness full
nee. and richness oftone. werkmansbin and nn
Ish they are not eurpiusedly any instruments
made in thie country. Avoid the delay and
risk of shipping by purchasing of as. Every
Piano isgaaranteedandthe thousands of them
1 nowinuseand the encomiomc ol'leadingartists
a. ta the merits of these Pianes ought to latlify
tno lasiiutotii connuissenr.
PIERCE A LYI.K
nelltOmos Vain street Dallas.
jjnrus kso piiutohrapiiio
Williams & Crowd us
WILLIAMS & MASTEN.
Will keep constantly on baud a com.
p'ete stock or
DRUGS PAINTS OILS
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES
Stationary and Tobacco.
Also the only Complete 8tock of
in Northern Texas.
We will lell Cheap as the Cheapest
uive as a can Defers purchasing elsewher
Place of business Cor. Main and Jefferson
Streets Dallas Texas. S2: If
JJR. J. S. S1ZER
Recently 6f Jackson Mississippi
Will give strict atleution to any busines. entrusted.!
him in Real Estate aud Coinmercisl masters.
REFERS BY PERMISSION TO
Hon. R. M. T. Hunter Va.; Prltchard A Blckham
N. O.-.Hon. Win. L. Sharkey Washington D. C.i
E. J . Ilart A Co. N. O.; Hon. A. 0. Brown Miss.;
Pike Brother A Co. Banker. N. O.; Payne Dameron
A Co. N.O.; W. ii. Bchleflelln A Co.N. Y.) T II. A
J. M. Allen e Co. N. Shryock A Rowland.NI.
Louis Mo.l Richardson A Hay N. 0 W'hselock
Fin lay A Co. N. O.: Bull. L yons A Co.. N. Hue.
eugartrn A Sons Phila; Warren Mitchell A Co.
Loui.viitr ny.; J. u. iiowniau Levtnxtun Ky.; z
P. Mcllrayer. Uarrod.burg Ky.; David Laiidreth A
Biuinees Oorrespounenre promptly observed whet
poat expenses are advanced.
umce loruiepraseui unaer uaitai Library.
- TAKE NOTICE. .
We also represent a first elaes Life Ins. ' o and
will soon have the Agency for a No 1 Fire I ns. I'n.
noiir. J.o. DlEK
JAI FMAX C01MII LAND AGEKCY.
.; DASHEILL & -WATERS.-;
REAL ESTATE A INSURANCE AGENTS AND
" Kktrmn ' Tixa..
M rsDrewnt lor ourseh est and u Ag.nti. ovtr
40000 acre! lu Kaufman county.
THE DAILY HERALD
II. McCALlin Editor.
Who ar. authuriced to rec.lv. .uhscriptton. an
adv.rtisiug lor tu. Dal.y eu weekly umuld:
J.C. Chew.jot) Broedwar New York: (1
Rowel! A Co. 41 Park Row New Yotk; Cue
Wraibei ill t Co.. I'hllaileldhla 1 UrlMn A lloftiiiaii
lliiltiitiore ; T. Mdntyre New Orlean. ; E. U
JtoTTbo following lettor wo vory
cheerfully givo a pliico in our col
limits and hopo that it may not
full without etfoct upon tho liv
men of our city. Tho road from
SpringGold to Dallas is ono of groat
importance to this placo and ono
which wo boliovo. will somo day
attract tho attention of public spir
itod mon who will givo thoir mind
and monoy to its ncoouiplialiniont
In all matters wherein the inter
est of tho country is concornod so
vitally as in tho building of this
road wo shull place our oolumns at
tho disposal oi all who may havo
plans and theonos to advance rola
tivo to tho best and most practical
method of achieving objocts so do
voutly to bo wished for ;
Mr. Editor The two articles wbloli
have appeared iu your piper relative lu
ibo exteusioti of the tailruad from Stint
Louis to SpringlleU on through Dallas to
Kio del Norte your correspondent lift.
rend with much interest aud from the
tealous manner in which you outer into
the merits of Your sjueuie ho iseutiatied
that you are in a fair way to booome ul-
tlioicd with "railroad on the braiu." It is
not a dungeroua disease and wilh a little
prudence you may survive the attaok und
live to Bee the fruition of your dream
certainly so if the good peoplo of this oily
and of St. Louis can be uroutiea to tne aji
Dreoialionof the irrem lutporuuco iuvolv
ed iu the oonslruction of the proposed
line to both places. U would bring tu Unl
Us a magnificent trade whioh is now di
verted from it by the raiiroau aitraciiotii
centered in other towns ana cuius aud
forever establish this point at a focal oen
ter of eowmeioe for the whole of northern
Texas Into which Arkansas would con-
tribute largely wilt) its oottoh ana wheat
and in the purchase of merchandize for
tno oonsuutution of a broud seotion of
oountrv. Just at tnis time however the
whole of our people are so completely ab
sorbed wilh the progress and prospeotg of
the Texas Focifio in wnicn nopes and
fears are so commingled that a continu
ous doubt prevails as to whether that road
will aid this oily in its development or
detract from Us prosperity by advancing
immigration and trade to points west of
us that it is hard In form auy true esti
mate or reasonable conjootute relative to
the favor in whioh the new road would be
reoeived by them were they called upon
to express their wishes in regard to its
construction. The new comers to our
oily men who have enjoyed a largo ex-
perience in the advontages whioh
cuuoeuliid llws CI r!!r"'i give
to the importance of cities have
no hesiteney alter looxiug at me
map in say that direct coniuiunioalion
with St. Louis is an absolute neoessity to
the advancement of this place. Ifour oor-
respoudent belongs to thai order of men
who delight in hearing the musioul neigh
of the iron horse in listening to the int'lo-
llotts hum of industry and in seeing
thiugs move with the animation and life
which is charaoteristio of rhe niuetcenih
century. Ho knows soniothitig of tit.
Louts also null is acquainted witn Ihe per
ceptive powers ol nor Keen oti9iness men
who deal wilh dots and figures in that
practical way. which results in the nppli
cation of theories to Ihe wants and Deces
si ties by which they may be surrounded
lie walchcd the calculation of their busy
brain from its incipiency toils couoltmioti
n the flank moveiuonts they executed up
on the oommeroial interests of New Or
leans and saw the mot-chants of Ihe latter
city surrender their richest trade to St
Louis when the first steamer of the Car
ter liuo sounded its whistle in the valors
of Red River.' If properly presented to
St. Louis capitalists your correspondent
Is confident m the conviotion lie hero ex-
presses that they would lake the con
struction of their road from Springfield to
Kio del Norte In baud and would eeoure
for themselves the magnificent trade wbieb
is waiting for .them through the finest and
most productive regions of our State. We
would like to see the road constructed
will aid all we can in that consummation
and have indited these lines in the hope
(hat they mar call forth from some
of the leading spirits of Dallas an ex-
pression in the interest of the 8prinfield
nd Kio scheme. It is possible that yon
ay hear from me again on this subjeot
1 then adieu.
Tin Ciiixesr Wall. Mr. Se ward who
isited the great wall of China during bis
isittolbal country gave the following
escriplion of that wonderful 1 1 rue t it re:
"The Chinese bave toen for at least two
or three thousand years a wall. making
peoplo. It would bankrupt New York or
arts to build the walls or the city of re-
in. The great wall of China Is the great
all of the world. It is forty feet high.
The lower thirty foet is of hewn limestone
or granite.. The modern carriages may
pass each other upon tne summit. . it has
parapet throughout lis whom longtb ;
Kb convenient staircases butresses and
garrison houses at every quarter of a
ile and it runs not by culling lulls and
raising valleys but over Ihe uneaven
creels of the mountains and down through
Iheir gorges and of a thousand m iles. Ad-
iral Rodger and 1 calculated that it
nuld cost more to build Ihe great wall of
China through .lis extent of a thousand
Iles than It cost to build the 65000
m.lei of railroad m tne (Jul ted states
We do not know where we have read a
sadder stoiy than that of the last few
weens or Mr. Ureeley's life. Less than a
year ago be was controlling editor of the
leading paper of the eoun.ry. The Trib.
une created and moulded publio opinion.
inuunuus oi its reauers aid not know
what they thought until the Tribune
spoke and the Tribune was Horace Oroe-
lcy. His name was more familiar to the
American people than that of any other
living man. lie bad everywhere warm
menus ana Bitter enemies! but by his
friends aud enemies he was alike resDeo.
ted. His nomination for the Fresidoncv
was received throughout the country as
the harbinger of bolter times. What more
suviabls position was ever occupied by a
In a few weeks all was ohanored. Ilia
old friends personal and politioal desert.
eu mm. liie great party whioh he had
built up cast him out. ills character
was Dttterly assailed. He was lampooned
in caraoitures. His overwhelming defoat
became apparent long before the eleotlon .
Personal afliiotions assailed hint lie
passed anxious days and nights br the
bedside of his dying wife lowborn he was
must lenueny attached me strain was
too great his sousitlve organisation gave
way ; nis great intellect was paralysed.
aud lie became as impotent as the strong
man wnen smitten by the baud ol Uod.
Carried to a private inad-house for treat-
ment ha keenly folt his separation from
loving triende whose lender care would
have soothed his last hours.
It is no reproach to Horace Greeley it
oasts oo shadow upon bis great name that
disease settled upon his brain but it is
paiulul to those who loved who admired
who respeoted him that siokeniug detaili
of his great calamity iiavo been brought
out in a jtitiioial investigation aud been
uiauo the subject of uewspaper comment.
Over such ttiiugs (he hand of affootioa
seeks to draw the veil of forgetl'uluess.
10 ono cares to parade before strangers
the porsonal defects or stuiotlous of those
with whom he sympathizes
Mi.iforiune seems to have followed Mr.
Uroelcy to his grave. A fow weeks be
fore Ins death he had executed hi will i
giving his proporty to his two daughters.
uy a win exeouied some years ago be bad
made a beuuest to some charitai le'in-
sti'.utlon which was omitted in his last
will. The probuto of Ihe will of later
date was reshled on the ground of bis in
sanity liy whom or iu what interest
opposition to the probate of the will was
made has not transpired; but it seems to
have originated in some malignant mo-
tive. His daughters withdrew the last
will oonteut to lake a diminished levuoY
tiudor the first mM; -WH!r thaa that thtil
father's memory should bo darkened by
these painful dieolosures. But too much
bad already beeu told ; enough to teajh us
that with the purest gold is mingled the
base alloy : that thero is nothing perfect :
und thuf'in svsrv Ufa le mlnnl.il mk AP
' J ...v .w ft HIUVS U
good and evil.- 2?rAtfm JJauimr.
Eural Items. '
Tomatoes oan be grown from outtinga.
Australia is sending manure to Ens-
is the best eolorlng for
Mesquit is spreading ovor the prMrles
of Western Texas.
A i euuiyivuuui mnun uu us oig
over u yjars old.
tTbe oder of Tansy will keep inseots
away from peaoh trees.
Ladies' are admitted as members of
farmers olubs in huneas. :
California boasls of havine raised
pear weighing lhrse pouuds.
A Swedish oolouy in Maine is oontont
ed prosperous and happy.
jninyiousor anptiish walnnls were
ruinod in Los Angeles in 187 '
Oregon bus a lifly-six pound cabbaze
that. lias raised Iteelf. How high?
.California is going to produce bigger
and better raisius than Spam ever did.
A long legged red worm gels into the
oorn and kills the horses of northern
Georgia. .. - ... . .. . .... ;
A company has been formed to work up
lite immense timber resources of .lower
As a preventative for abortive cows
bone tilings got up for this purpose are
very highly recommended.
Au experiment of cotton raising in Cali-
fornia by irrigation shows a yield of 800
pounds of lint to the aore.
The East Texas State Agricultural Fair
Grounds have been located at Jefferson.
The first fair Is to be held in May
Three distinct varieties of cotton are
grown in California Dixon teiant and
golden ' proliflo and ' the ' are grown
' Chioksn fanolers say that dried smart-
weed cut before ii seeds placed In the
neat a of fowls and scattered about the
poultry bouse will proteot fowls from
- i . ei ' 1
That antiquated piece of furniture the
Freedman's iiureau is about tumbling to
pieoes and promises to make a full expo-
sition of its pigeon-boles and contents. It
has been rickety for some time and of no
practical use if indeed. U ever; was and
before it is tossed aside among the dead
issues in the old political lumber rooms Its
arcuieves are to be thoroughly overhaul
ed.: . ueo. Vincent of the adjutant-inner.
al's olfice is preparing a report in which
some interesting developments will un-
doubtedly be made regarding Gen. How-
ard's management. There are many float-'
inir reports such as a largo dofioiencv in
the hospital fund the division of appro-
priations for speoifio purposes to lhoe
wholly diverse distributing the bureau
revenues among particular ohurobes and
religioui societies etc which the coming
report of Gen. Vincent is expected to
clear up. .They will sillier bo disproved
or Iheir truili established Bud there is
much else that has leaked out whioh
would Indie tin that the affairs of the bu.
reau have been either negligent Or dis-
honestly managed St. Loi ItepuMiran '.
Subscribe for the Ditily H.rald.
Speaker Blan V
Although a young man and making no
pretentions to ths Uod and morality school
or of the "unco good and rigidly rights-
otis" olass like sanotimonious Poineroy
and Colfax the damaging testimony of
the Credit Mobiller investigation boldi
him up lu an honorable manner end justly
vindicates his Integrity.
During the late campaign when a candi-
date fni ea-alAAltnn fn- . L I
. .... .h-vVvvm .v. wvugivne "Via a im
district in Maine the MoComn-Ames
memorandum was sprung on hlm by bis
opponents and there was silence In the
political firmament for several days for
others high In ths Republican ranks were
Speaker Blane however soon broke the
silence by his prompt and emphatio de
nial and although others attempted to fol-
low him In this tine of defence uufortu.
nately for their reputations they signal-
ly failed in establishing their record and
were consequently humiliated by an expose
they could not prevent while be alone
or alt the throng stood forth vindicated
end Justified. .
Although diometrically opposed to Speak-
er Ulaine in politics yet we are always
willing to give the Devil his dues the
more so In this tustauoe since we have
understood that he was willing te do justice
to our seotion iu bis lulings from the
From those who knew Blaine in antU-
beiluut times we have a good report of
bis versatile talents scholarly attainment
and genuiue social qualities while from
those who have met him sines we learn
that he is a true triind to the West and
do men lr we are io nave a Republican
Speaker for the coming session of Con-
gress we say by all means let It again
be Speaker Blaine. .
Lord Lytton as he appeared once in bis
library five or six years auo is thus dee-
orided by a gentleman who had the pleas
ure or a onatiy interview with bimt -
"Lyiton was seated in the library in
from of a large opeu a rate in which flow
ed low fire. Around him were his books
and on a desk on his right a pile of pa
pers. Al nis leet lay a beep of newly out
periodicals German Italian French and
English. YYheu 1 nuiered he was smok-
ing a cigar and as the footman aunouuued
my name his lordship rose lauguldty aud
wilh au indescribable air of aristocratic
hauteur aud dignity motioned me to a
seat. He was dressed in au elaborately
embroidered dressing gown.the heavy folds
of which all bat hid tbe red moroooe dip-
pers. Tall thin and roserved with
heavy mustache elaborately trimmed
oarefully brushed dark hair long Mephie-
tophelian nose promiusntchinaud busby
eyebrows I oould hHK realise that I
saw before me the -y CTV aome of the
mnal. hrilllHAI Knliiina in V.
. . "iun lan-
guage lis looked more much mora lib.
a languid fashionable fop whose whole
soul was in his rouge-pot and his stays '
than like tbe accomplished scholar
asionishingly industrious etul.ot he tin.
rlnnhLailltf sea. Whan Laws-iw- i. -
leted Into conversation be l)ow'ed it to
At a subsequent visit Lord Lvtinn ...
pressed to the same writer disbelief that
"The Lady of Lyons" "King Athur" and
The Last Days ot Pompeii" wre th'. h...
of bis works. Diokens on the iher han.i
who was present preferred "Miev " J
Novel" aud "The Caxtonsj" an. to two
disputants grew rather hot antdrank' a
nf seine hefnee th .k. .t ..
polite but animated debate. ""
Cukeo. We are Informed by1. J j;.
ans. Esq.. President of the G. It c n
railroad that the construction ting now'
go into Cuero aud that the roiwin be
in good eunning oondttion for ftthtand
travel by next week. The mijai fop '
the Cuero depot will be taken ifc-mor-
mm nr. tun npfL flaw. And amii I
" j i nmnm.
modations will bo afforded for aUijue8i
purposes wilhin a very short tluii ger.
erul of our pribepal merchants t jj.
ready established their branch it. a
there and it will no doubt becomijTe.
ly busiuess ptaoe suorny
Tub Last Words or NapomahL
The last words pronounoed by ths .
rui. Buys ma -juuuuu a-i)uiu iu uisng.
moments werw auureiBBQa 10 uib os
failhtul irlenu nr. uonneau.
were: "Eties vous a Sedan?" ll
you at Sedan?) Subsequently tlisj.
press held his baud In bars and
kissed it: the Eniptrior smiled au
lips moved as if reluring his wlfe'i
brace but be never uitsred another '
after that last thought "Sedan I"
i A letter from Chicago says the far
throughout Michigan. Illinois Miss.
Wisoonsin Iowa and Minnesota.are bi
lug themselves together in oppositi
tbe railroad monopolies whicu hold
high rates of freight that they cannot
the produots of grain to ths ssabaard
Eastern markets and are eansmuenl
compelled to burn their oorn and wheat" '
ior i us I. v
' . a :' ' ' "IJ
An Infallible remedy for small-pox and
scarlet fever: "Sulphate of lino one
grain; fox glove (digitalis) one grain: '
half a teaspoouful of water. When this i I
tougbly mixed add four ounces of water.
Take a teaspoon ful every hour. Either
disease will disappear In twelve hours.
For a child similar doses aooording to
age.' . - ii .. .
Tbe above is said to be Infallible and
we would advise every one to eut it out
and try it If they should be so unfortunate
ss to be visited by these fearful diseases'
' . sssi ...
An exchange has discovered that ths .
wording of the ipdlctmeoli against .Mia
Anthony charges that she ''was then a
person of the female eex contrary to Ihe
form of the statute of the United Siutes of
America in such oubh itisde and provided
and against Iha peace. of ths United Slates .
and ll(elr dignilyi.;'
The la'e Jdmes Oordon- Bennett. Itre-
ply to tho'iriqtiify ss W whHt In) paid lor
editorial matter said t ''I par.) at the
rate of $30 for quarter of a qoljinin ; $H
for a hr.'f Pii'il.ail. and !') 'fur . vfSnM
ciilnmn.'' . II h.id n Aoen ajmivaiatio'i u
tne value of ihortditonali" :.
1 vrtl s aserasa -
wnear MIIselurgqarlWTJp- f-
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