The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 66, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 5, 1880 Page: 4 of 8
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The herald and commercial
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cttiiy win iit ur 1 IM
l'h'ltSllS WISIIIMI luuhtrrllwur II ftmnw
j.ci'inil mm ... . in Ihtlr iinlnt lm' mill niili
llninjiir rilhur milium nl ulnmn mint
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J I Kll.il. I iitl i it' rum .ihi-i.'Mi'ii' li- umfurm
I Hlf III ('l I'T Vl'i l"l"il" llfll'lllli
III1M ITT. I V( 'AW Won. lirmmln In iWiilNiv
iiriiir A'( ( Win i .i (I'M.
AHVKHTIHISli UA'I'K'tfniniMlil' uml n il!
lit iii'iid' Awni'i) hi iij'(Ku'iii.
1 1 (i ( A'.V.V A I I. (i II UK H In " THK I) A I-LAN
ti hit A I It" i.i(('i irtnu.
l'mllns wlilili'K ontra numlinruf ipln of
to-inurrnw iiKiriiliiK't IIkiumi ooiiliiliiluij ii
full iiiti'uunl iiml description of Urn ()I1 Kill-
low's baiiiiwt lnill etc will please Iciivu or-
tlors lit tlio business nllli'K to-day
Collections fur tliu liii vlii p' opln nl' Ire-
luiiil worn InUoii In nil tlm Kdiiiiiii Catholic
cluirelios hi Memphis on Kilmliiy.
" : - a
Ol.SWUI HkAIIUKUAIIIi it SiM'IIIS ('I us
I'ouM occupy liln tliini lii'Uir llmti In Jaunts
(ci AVanlilnnlnii to iliifiiinl lullnry 'iiiiiiui los
niiulnsl tho action ui' lliu 'o-t-iinul"i' (Ji'iicr-
I r Is a inlst.ilio Unit tliu nntiiilry will i!o-
))iiinl ipoii Alaska fur loo fur Its Juleps tlio
coining siiinninr Tlio liewl ol'ilw Maine op-
Im.iIii having passed iiwii.v u cold wave
Hlrurk Now Km ..land iiml tho h e crop Is now
III! IlllUllllimt Plot.
Tun Texas Ji'iiriimr Is now paper Jusl
Hlartod ill lli'ltoii mid In 'M"Viilil tn ns'li'iil-
turouml KnuiTitl unol'nl Inforiiiiillnii." TliiH
in n ni.lilu niUlon uml Juli;liiu
Kiinnnr'ii iippiinrunoo tlio Hint niiinlmr nf
whirl) in Mori) UK. it will mii-fnnn llmt niiii-
uion. H laiin i'llit-piii;ii iwiiii-iiioiitlily pub-
llHhiiil by W. J Ilimcuck & Cn. .
Niitinu tlio fuel Unit tlin lmllim uppru-
H'intiiin bill till ytmr in notuo !fl."i000(i() Icm
limn imiiiu tliu Bt. Louis PoKt-DlnpiiU'li biii?-
jri'iti. Unit 'it Would lm n jiood Mi'K by 8IUIIO
ayeli'm ul' ri'iliictlon to lit tliu iippropiiiitloii
bill tmcli yuur iimumd of Illlin;; tliu bill to
thn Indian nml Hint tlio liillit uvury J i'ir
ounbl to Kt "bountifully Um nnd amullor by
diitfiwu." Tlitn o U Bomutliini; In Unit nort of
ai'ithinulli' worth thinking about.
Tim ClibiKo Times in iommvliutloiiKtliy
wticlo roviuwing tlio tbeiitros und publii'
linllH of Unit city Buys Uiry nil nro jjimrly
voiitiliitud nnd nro not provided with propor
exits In otlior words Unit they nre diiiimac-
t l: 1. il.... -.... lil...H .....lAKj
Urt'l'Ull HUli'B UI1U llllabl Hnt .'kllUI lllj'i'lB
any of Cblciino thnt thfl pluoo is so lllthy tliu
cJlluvi will sulloc'iito ft diiciintiimnj Hint the
wind blows so cold Biid llcrca that if it docs
lot frcozo you to death it will drivu you
nto tho lake; thnt if you nro on thu flnwU
.fuu nro in hourly dnngor of beini;
wsuspinntod or knocked down nnd robbed.
It all tlicio things bo true hadn't brothuis
Moody nnd Hnnkoy bettor ttny nt homo to
prnj exhort and slny sinners to rie;htoous-
Tun Snn Antonio Express of Simduy
comes to us In leviathan proportions. U con-
tains ten pnges or oiijhty columns of innttor
i2t solid and of tho niost intoicstim; nnturv.
Hero nnd thoro through its pages nppenr cuts
of tho principnl business houses of Snui An-
tonio nnd it points of interest among which
is tho renowned Alumo and tho other old
Mission churches linns Micklo nnd Cn-
lamity Jim nro not forgotten but llcjuro ns
lurgo ns lifu on ono of tho ptus. Tho iasuo
is not only a credit to him Antonio nnd
Western Texns but to tho entire State nnd
tho brain nnd ontorpriso that conceivod and
executed it deserve to succeed mid wo sin
cerely trust that nn eminent succoss wiuts
The editor of the Philadelphia Times
ought to know that the Cameron is always
strongest and most dangerous when appa-
rently on the very brink of defeat nnd ruin.
Tho soul of Simon has ever risen withm him
qual to any emorgency when his enemies
were thickest nround and vith his plaid
across his bosom and claymore in hand
with mighty sweeps ho has laid his focsnt his
feet. Tho Don is a worthy son of an Invinci-
ble father and tho father is still there to
iil tlia son. At the sound of
his slogan the clan of Cameron rises from
jtvnf? li.tit!ini nnil n.inrd from ovirv moun-
M.v - - --j
tain gorge of Pennsylvania lb do their chief's
bidding. The Times thinks thnt Pennsylva-
nia is for Blaine and not for Grant nnd that
Senator Cameron must compromise with his
foes. It says : " Senator Cameron bus ono
plain way out of tho peril that encompasses
him and it is the way thnt greatness would
rhonpo. He bus mndo a mistake in assuming
that Pennsylvania is for Grant and the
ffpuniii.at nualitv of cower next to always
being right is to give manly admission of
error. Grant did it in tho ban Domingo
scheme and Cameron will best serve Came-
ron by doing it now. It is clear as noon to-
day the Republicans of Pennsylvania don't
want Grant ; it is equally Clear mat uiey no
want Blaine and the true way to load is to give
TAnnvlvniahor full power in the National
Convention in harmony with" tho wishes of
her people. It isn't always snlo to run
political parties on the principle of cheap
boarding houses which try to tind out what
boarders don't want and thon give thorn plen-
ty of it There has been rather more of thut
eort of political hash givoh to the boarders
about the Itopublican table in this State than
they are willing to stand as a stoady diet and
Cameron will vastly popularize his establish-
tnent by giving hU several hundred thousand
Republican boarders one good square Blaine
meal for 1880.
The tolxgriiplilo news from Ireland this
Illuming It af thu moat linurt rniidllig liallll'ii
It Is pltinbln ludiii'd to conlouiphiln tint fiu t
Unit thrnfl hundred tlmuiuinl 'thing
liiiin gnntlu wniinill mid llUhl I'lilbll'iili urn
starving to death And lhy tun people of
mir kind. Nut wily nm tin tu l"n id' thou-
sand of Urn rlUxiw df fr"i A mi l leu
wlm worn burn In Irelaudi but thorn r
hundreds of tliuiuamU ofi'llli'im iiiitiviuii!'
the country Inwbii! vl iiimr-o llm ilrli
gnnnroil blnnil of If' bind. Tlin -Vt Inu urn
upon this pei.pl" Failure of crops bus b I'l
lliiini mi alliiM. breiiilliui und till) liiimiis of
iiniir half a iiiilliuii hetirtu liuikii Itiit iW. mel i
and till 'up Urn nlgliLn v It U a u-ui
of horror. All over llm irii ieu
bind ginviM urn yiiwuiug to stvm-
low up tllomi who sueiiliilh to hunger
Hlid priviillmi. Hit It mild to tlin hninir nye
to fill glury (if tlio Alliul'li'iili pnuple lln'.V
liiivo nut l.unn appoulud to in vum. Ju ovi ry
city and town ii'id liaiulnt iiml nvmi uu thu
lilgliways nnd bywny of tho Noel horn nnd
Hiiutlierii ritntis whi'irt llrot llm news of llm
liihll pnnuiy nnd wnut wns ininlo knuwii ml'
Ini'liiiiii hiivn been and urn htill
being Hindu to relieve til" dir-
UiM and alriuily eollni'iluns in Hi"
n'.;gmgulii iiiuiiiinliiig to perhaps n ipuu ler
of a iiiilliuii diilliiiM or nt lnit iippi iixiumt-
Ing that iiiiioiiiiI have bmiii mini". This
IIIOIIOV lit ll't 'I" it i'l tllki'll III In Xl'llt li'l'-
wanl to buy I'i'od fur tbuhuin'ry Tim ninve
im iilrmidy iiluiut rn.iehu I llm Weil mid i
ooinliig H.iiitliwaid W" ui" glud t i " it
ouniillg. Tim HiMllh In liillii abhi to uivu
much hul th" in tho spirit Unit llm willow
gnvd lier mite will I'lintiibnl'i what ho ( uu.
rtliu bin biinii In tlm Miles ol M'"'
nnd desiilatliMi lii'isi'lf S!in bin leeu ln i'
ll'ibli Iniil biuvs b'"' gMii'M'les mid buriiri
a id hoiui'S nnd niiiiivlies laid l"W ilU tlin
torch nnd liiuird her oliildrmi cry f. r bivml
iiiidm en llmiu bliivi'i' wilh coldi nml in her
lieiirl of heiuis slio eiiii find fur the distress
of others ttlm lull arisen suliiuwhut 1 1 mil
dosolat'mii now; tlm lloweri nro blooming
on tlio graves of hor loved
and 1'H; giirhuiilH suiuewlinl soiubru
though limy be huvo taken tlm plimo ol tlm
cypress Unit drooped in her homes nud her
Holds am iimliiug whom once tliuy were bar-
ren and of herst'iio the Mouth 1ms something
to give and oilers it with uunllectiunnte lniiul
with a tender grace wilh il loving cordiality.
The memory of Put Clubiii'ncnl'lhe hundreds
and hundreds of other bravo lriiihmcH
who fmight and bled and died for
"the land wn love" lives in tlio hearts of true
Southrons and lroland Urn bind of their
nativity shall share with tho South while slio
has ii crust of bread to divide. ' Tlm New
Ydrk Herald u few days ago was very string
ent in its censures of Mr. l'lirncll not tlm
cause ho rcprceciiU'il but the gentlemen him-
self and his manner of proceeding and wo
were somewhat di' posed to fool incensed at
tho Herald because of it but since its
royal donation of $100000 for tlm hungry
who nro living on ono scanty meal a day
of turnips or meal or potatoes wo are
certain its heart ! in tho right plneo and
thnt whatuver it lnu to sny of Mr. Charles
tUownrt 1'arnell is intended for that irentle-
mnn himself and not for sull'u.'ing Ireland
When we think of how the landlord of
Ireland grind their tenants into
tho enrth nye into their very graves
is it not enough to innke a
mnn's blood boil? Can wo blame tho tenant-
ry when they rise sometimes in their desper-
ation and slay a cruel landlord or his heartless
steward ? Hut limy want to get rid of thoir
tenants it s said and make parks of thoir
estates for the red deer that tlmy may enjoy
tlio sports of tho chnse. They have other
estates that bring them rich revenues and
thoir Irish preserves they desire simply fo r
game preserves with hunting boxes scattered
over thom that they may linvo royal sport in
Uio proper season. What mutters it to them
if In the shoelings thnt stand on tho hill-
side." fathers nnd mothers have been born
for generations and generations back nnd
that tho dead of their tenants lie buried in
the grave yards near by and that to give up
these bumble bones and all tho hnppy hal-
lowed associations that cluster
around them is like tearing out tho
heart-strings? "Lot thein starve if they
will not oinigrate" say tho landlords "for
wo want our lauds for door not for people."
Galveston nnd Houston nre moving in tho
matter of raising aid for lroland and will
Dallas e;ivo notbinj;? Who will etart tho
ball In motion?
THE DALLAS CLEBURNE &KI0 GRAKDER.R'
It will be remembered or has it been for
gotten ? that this is tho last day of grace for
cnt.iring up tlio judgment by default against
the peoplo of Pnllas and the very serious
question presents itself this morningto every
well -wisher of the city what is to be the fate of
tho abovo enterprise of which so much has
boen recently said ? Tho dim gaunt phan
torn of uncortanty has disturbed our visions
long enough and to-day's sun ought to go
down fringed in something better than the
smoky light of the unaccomplished in this
business. At three o'clock this afternoon
the knoll will sound and Dallas will bo an
nounced as a dofaulter in ono of tho most
important in its results and yet
ono of tho hiuhc8t in its demands
of her most momentous interests
Whether our real estate owners havo prefered
to dream on in their quiet surroundings of
lawns and sheets with tufted and untrodden
volvet grass with wayside cherubim to make
them rich by chance or have liko men with
practical intelligence determined to bo up
and doine in their own interests : whether
our merchants have with blind fnith trusted
lo some unknown powers to increase their
stores or like business men have arisen equal
to tho occasion will all bo disclosed this
afternoon. To-morrow morning's pnpor will
therefore announce their credits or proclaim
the shortcoming of those who ought to have
Tho committee from Jobnlon county will
be here to say loourptople "we hbve our
$30000 have you your $25000?" Wo
THK DALLAS JIKIIALD Tlll'ItSPAY FKHRUAKY P ffO.
awiiil lb rtpniitn. That llm r'nd linn by
tho iirruiiiidliig (irciiiiKtiiiii iKi hecouiii a
necessity to thistlty is most (euiirally iioii-
randi'd that Irwin to Ilia extent of hundreds
of llmiKHiids of dollars d"'"ii'l upon its
l oiupli lluil Imfuro Ilia lii'Ht liulni seamli
ciiiiM'l li bu adiiiilU dl Hint oil Hill will CQ-
biilli'il tlm prions ' of our iro rte
("il and porsonul will) ordinary Ar-
tuno I'roiii other ipuillei'ii Is nqiiul-
ly trim If on tliu otlmr hand Dalliis
lu ll havo proM'ii uiitrim to her iiipiitation
fur lililel prlm' lllid bll.lness li:;in lty then It
will be only tliu hand of (nto nnd not her own
iill'urts that Kill InivO silVed n'l' Our puuple
urn to-day In tlm dmk ns In whether this
city Kurt Worth rllmriiiniii ur mum other
puliit will bu tlm mi" si'liHited ih thu grout
Iiikii uf operation tlm linpui'tniil centra!
point f.T tint i'om:iliiallnns thut lire tills day
funning or are nt this inuumiit furmi d per-
haps nnd yet ui urn reMlng on our
oars drililiiij luWwu tun liu et nr.
i uiuntiiiiisi which others nhrun i uru control
ling. I'nless llm reipiiiilo liinoiint uf nub-
serotinus' biijturimd In t i-ilny by llm coin-
mittiii tliuii rnruuell I h'hiirne j-uilruad nud
Other eiilerprisea of llm same naturi' Tll
f md limy bo built on" of tin"" days If not
by us to b" U4ci In our own Inter-
na"' llmil by utlier ruiidi lo be
u-nl III Iheir own ei liinivo Intun-rtl lri'iiliug
llili in n meiii stupplng point ns they carry
tlirouuli to utlier iiniil.cH the piudie Hull
should have slopped b''i'" from nml for llm
wontoni euunlicH I'lirdi-tiiliutinii. In this uu-
furuiieil lilloiisonii'binlj with llmir inter-
cts will he Mill'.'iliii. The Imi adjustment will
huvo to fall soinew lii'i'i' so Unit various in-
terents 11111111 bo hereiil'ler eipinliid In
the de'.-rmining ur nooning. Let us
opn for a guud and natisfnelury report Ironi
Hie euiiuiillli'e for it would be a difgriicelul
epitaph that wo alioiild havo to writ" on the
morrow if the people idiiill to-day deleriiiiiie
upon their own uhltmiry for nn enlerprlso
tinit sprung from the Iiokoiii of in'i-i's-ilv
that wits mused by proml.-es and yet went lo
an early death through the strange Indill'i-r-iMieii
of those who ought to have bourn it
through to n healthful completion.
Tim Di'i;.ir inul thu Kiiii; Sooinl Oantrr.sls i;w
l!i- Puii?o Livii- V'ioi'H v.i! Vir'.'.iraef the Voo-
ilo iho fti.vol and t'io r.ibM-guCrags
Done For The "Ones" ami t'.ic "Ins.".
( 'ori'eHlmndellt'il or'llle II 'I'rtlil.
Wi--iiimito: I' i'liniiiry !.
A Texan ill Wiisliingtou is. llrst nimi.ed by
the number of beggars encountered upon
tho streets. The stupidest of them and most
doL'i'iiilol Idnck or Italian or American de
tect the strniiger. it tho iipparel nud hat
do not bolmv. lie surely looks ubout him
with wide-open eyes lie is aina.ed by tlio
vast number of that peciiliur insti.iuion
known as "treasury girls." Tliev don't ex-
ist elsewhere and are mainly ot tlin devil-may-care
"yankee" soil well calculated to
excile the wonder and as well llm ad-
miration of one accustomed to encounter
shrinking modesty in woman's garb upon
tlm broad avenues of tho cities and villages
of Texas. "I'lease sir giniino a penny" in-
terrupted nt every streul corner tho dreams of
country bumpkins stupidly staring nt a bevy
of rollieaing Trciistiry girls. Professional
beggars like triidesmen on IVnnsylvania av-
enue discover in dress and manners tho ver-
dancy of rustic originality and by botli nre
those innocents foully plundered. The beg-
gar is tlio shrewder of tho two climes and
yielding onco to the exactions ol the bniuli.ti
tnrongs of supplicants follow one's tootsteps.
The rascals everywhere in the city aro noti-
fied of tlm pivsenco of a stranger who has not
learned tho valuo of"pennics" and wherever
lie goes beggars of nigh nnd low degree
black and white dog liis footsteps. Ono
soon learns never to give to n beg-
gnr ui Washington ami never to nuy a
newspaper even mini mo most milium
shadowed' a newsboy. They know who buys
and who does not and tho generous aro dyaf-
ei cd by cries of these street Arabs venous
for "b'ueksheesh." "Only a nickel sir;" or
when the afternoon papers appear "only a
!" "it is on'.
a penny fir!
Please buy from mo sir" sang out a little
rascal as 1 came just iiow into my room.
"I'lease buy fromiue we havo no bread or
coal at our hoic e nnd mother has a bran-
new baby." I niccumbed then nnd there nnd
invested tlvo cents in tho new baby. It was
tlio cheapest investment in that direction 1
over made 1 suspected of course that the
ragged littlo rascal was lying but youthiul
genius like that should never go unrewarded.
Hl'FFKKlNUS Ok' TUB t'OOIt.
When snow fell and it was very cold no-
irroes swarmed out from their odorous dens
and from tireless hearthstones. Tlmy came
sbiveriiur at niirht to beir for "cnouiih just
enough sir to buy a little coaU" People
here do not seem to know that there are beg-
gars by tho score in Washington but if one
would learn now countless those are mul now
numberless iho very poor ho need only
visit tho soup houso of Mrs.
Huberts whore rich soup is supplied
nta cent a gallon tsoup tickets aro bought
.by many peop'o that when beggars becomo
troublesome tliev mav be cheiiDlv anpensed.
Very certainly there is no such device as a
soup House lor tne million to prevent auso
' HOW It IS MAtN'TAlXKD.
A wagon goes to tho hotels and boarding
houses ami Washington except tho public
buildinirs. is a ereat boardine house gather
ing the bones removed from myriads of
...l.l.. IH.. Inl. .r-..ola l'nl.r... r
dor isited in a steamboat or other boiler and
dissolved by fervent heat. Tho tires never
eo out tlm boiler is never empty. There can
be no absolute sullerins in a cilv where each
poverty-stricken deni.on can beg for n penny
sotin ticket nnd 11 11 himself with dissolved
Hush and bones. .Mrs. Itoberts savs that her
regular customers grow enormously fat.
TI1K OTHKK SIDE OF THK ncTUKK.
Kvcrvbodv is maintained in Washington
directly or indirectly by public pap. The
Government itself is a gorged and fattened
Mrs. Kobcrls. and thoao micuty structures ot
marble and stone tho costliest tho world ever
saw ars tho sjup-bousos ot tho two hundred
thousand citizens and strangers in this uni
que nnd monstrous capital. 1 no scit-renant
self-suptiosinir countryman looks on m rap
ture and wonder. Ho soon learns that these
people have learned to believe that they own
the machine. They look upon tho government
as their "pronertv" while tlio stupid poor
dovi' on the outside has been thinking
inniititnni voting at it as a matter of pntri-
oli m. J. bey dem otlicers ttio.r personal
etfects ns the farmer does his horses and
broad acres. When another sot of hungry
fellows on tho outside- come mouthing
around the place and talking abcut substi-
tuting themselves for those inside; passion
and live and seliish greed for power and
gold becomo danrous to the country's
peace as it was found to be in 1800-C1.
Then Lincoln's election sent only 60000 bnr-
. III ........a ..Illi.a.liiil.lilllf
lini'li'Sur mi ur v ) " n
adiilt Jf I'eiuo'ral hucend Hayes
worn than l'uH stroiig iiiu mm
l nit ) est V t IM" "ue.
cur.a they 'would lUit. They only need
soma Viiui y and !is Ui "III" Um C''V'
iiiind mid iii.ioipltnlu revotulluiii in nmin'
and lo lend nnd tlm North prudinr im'li ol
iiverv itni'lo uf morals ami liil.illigem."; and
putilullilil HUH viriim nrunonH' i-
LAK I ni'iiin
I .. it iiliiiiu llm llenl itrneU hint liUibt
III iwelvn o'cloeli eiiiMliiilerieg now and He'll
nr. iiiiliciiiiutii wliu.ii nni.s mm kuj-
lei'ml lally I'liii'iiiu nm Hl'll'mri'i U"ii
hu'ivy grensy.lool.liig gas lump t iimii'
nowiiiidlheii llm in lining foul'l"p of I rail
woimm liiiirving I" iiPioliilui"iil ol' viee.
I stood nnd li-l' iied wild" two sons ul M'li
lOihtern fiiinnloi's nnd a vnullil'ul Coiinri -s-iii.iii
went lHielinlf by. Tliev ciuiia suit uf
Widehcr's loiUiiiai.t In wlileli siiU-iidid
Win I "It III table b inb'liid with wli.e
ami edible that liituxlenln ami iii'llg'n.
went alunir slivels whoso rl'OMllig lire
mloriieil Tiilh fipiitiiiin stnluti s the s'.i'e Is
tliemwlves ns inooiniy pnvmi as u cuvenu
wilh lioiniiu ceuinl.t. Hern Sennlors nnd
Ciiligl'i'S'liii'll nud gieal soldier occupy
suleinlid nliuiie an I sileneo and tiunilaled
. . . .i.iii l :..i...
ileum Inul enicreii i vin v uoiineiiuiii uirjua
willilu wi riiextini;iiilmil nml dn aiui'iil iim-
bitlounnd lu.t fur power were deml nnd
lliusii were their toiiibs. Ile'iutv that lioim
luring llm ibiV in lb" gnllern ol tlm ciintol
nud Inul Imeii lialf-druiiki'ii at iuo rout or
at Weli'knl ri'Slcd biltliul Well on pillow
uf il'i'.iii l eu tnuusaiid liuilii s ul nun aim
woiui'ii In par.dlel rows with while hcel
imteiid of the given turf above lliein were
all feigning death in llie-e gri-iit cenotaplis
uf nniiiiliiiii aiel.-pleiidor ami inlei-y
Hiieli am striking contrasts presented lu
the cuinliliuiis uf limn nnd women and tln-lr
mi.ilci uf lit'- in lliifc Hmion loini Capil'il.
'I'lie ra il and poweilul cm oiioier the meaii
ami lovely nnd iiiiieiablo at every step.
( Moron nud wu-lelii-d' uviircnuvded d- ns ul'
im:;l-oes i.ll'"lid by Iheir luiiiiediat" pri'iri.co
goi;(i'oll" paliice u! "great kIuH'iic-ii nun
illspelliers ul spoils nml In uu ' l'i. l.lil'l u i 1 1 1 e
I 'olumliiiN a even In 'ly l'i nii'inliei'S stand
hull' belli Upon III" Iniel Mip of tile I'llpitul
ill t In- net M' ciillng a b'tll down llm broad
nine-pin alley nud I'uo's raven as a liberty
cup lii'oisl over the liugliticsl pirn ui lull-
toned out marble that was ever crushed be
neath a d" like mountain ol iroi.
And tl think ol It! Such are
the moral uf ibis mullil'ariuiis mob eatlmieil
beiehy nil those forces of opulence poverty
nnd nmbilioii and greed for nllicii and gold
tlial the peoplo nro bereft by lawol tlm right
il Mlunigo nml t ongi'e-iuen appo mouieers
and in is'.ers ul tho capital. Properly hold-
ers and Inx-payui's proienl ngain-l any futiuii
inve-ititiuo ul llm mnltituilo with the the right
to select ruler for vVii-hinglon. Congress
assents and thus the l'Ydcnil Government
iboll' asserts the necessity for tbo restriction
of sull'riigii in cities to tax-payers. Hut tho
Congress doos nut make luvnlioiis cln-u ills-
linclinui and thus the goyerniiient of the
city in all its uiiiiutcstdotails isiiduunistereil
by Coligresalomil coininltlces. It is atorrililu
rni in m nt in V on certain constitutional
amendments. Dallas and towns of Icxns
might learn something trout tact allecting
Washington Ij. J. u.
D.ilUs n al Cii'barut.
Lust night the oiti.ims cominittee met in
the piirlor of the l.e (Irendo hotel where
they reiiiived a dolegal'.on from Alvnrado
Johnson county composed of .Messrs. hparks
l'atton and Hill and one from Cleburne
composed ol Messrs. Taylor and Alien. The
coiiinnU.oo called Major U. V. Tompkins to
tho Chair and timdo Colonel John Stone Sec
retary l'rogrots was reported and state-
ment.) from the committees from Johnson
county listened to. These sicntienian said
they Inul oy perseverance suceeeueii in rrs-
ing $;i0000 ns n donation to the road in case
ttio directory nooopieu the oner oy me otu
inst. (to-day). These gentlemen stated that
they must return homo to-day nnd thercl'oro
most huvo an answer uml n ueiiuite ono.
Tho committee assured the gentleman
from Johnson Unit tliev would
havo an answer to-day and they worn satis-
llod il would bo an answer such ns they
hoped for. .
Minor Sparks c.f Alvnrado told tho com
mittee they must not ill-pair but do as he
had done with his people lie told them it
was a case like the Georgia fellow after tho
gopher. When naked it' he thought ho'd get
bun he replied : "lilt him ! why stringer
am bound to git him for wo aro out of meat
ut home." Ho had hrn raised by a hard-
shell baptist and had been taught to believe
thnt what was to oo wouiu oe anu tnereioro
ho hover lot a fellow go until he got some
thing. It wns bard work to get tho gopher
but he cover stopped scratching.
On motion of Mr. Young
the following gentlemen will to-day aid the
coiniiiittco in solicitini! subscriptions ; Messrs.
T. k Marsalis e'rank Fields V. J. Clark
W. G. ltaiubill J. Iiohnstoiii S'mmund
I.oeb nnd W O. Connor. These gontlemon
nnd tbo regular committee will go to work
early this morning and willt not stop until
they get the amount still unraiseu.
In a splendid spirit of accommodation this
musical genius favored us and the Indies of
tbo Grand-Windsor hotel yesterday with
a raie Uait in selections from his repertoire
of comic society and sacred songs. With a
strong rich and sweet voice of wonderful
llexibility and varying intonations ho do-
lighted nil with such pieces ns "Tlio Nation
with u Itig N ' nud "General Grant Its
King" "Vocal Muddles" "Tho Cat in
Classics" etc. Tlio ladies wero delighted from
llrst to last and tho gentlemen wore enthu-
siastic in their praise and kept in
a war of Inuchter throughout.
Wo have always boen independent and
bank in tho matter of our criticisms on mu-
sical and theatrical entertainments nevor
recommending to our people save whore it
w as proper and well nnd wo sny now to all
our citizens bv no means to miss' hearing this
musical prodigy llo will kep tnem in a
roar at h.s comedies or charmed wilh his sa-
cred selections. Don't fail to go to the
opera-house at '.' o'clock this afternoon.
For the Insane Asylum
Ida Stevens tho unfortunate woman mon-
lion of whom was mndo in yestorday's
lUn.u.o wns tried in ti e County court yes-
terday lor insanity. Tho jury ngrecd that
sho w'as insano nnd Sherill Moon left with
her and two others (John Hines and Mo lio
Gruhani). who had already been passed upon
on last evening's train for the asylum nt
Austin. Mollio Graham has a passion for
playing in tho fire making it dangerous for
her to bo left at liberty. Ida Stevens is per-
fectly harmless but llinca is at times very
violent and dangerous. They all three
laughed at tbo idea of their being insane
going quickly along with tho sherill.
A'laged Burglars Bagged.
A few nights sinco the William Toll
bouse corner of market nnd Commerce
streets was burglarized nnd a lot of men's
woaring appnrci as well as other valuables
carried otf. Uv some means Deputy Sheriff
Spencer eninn Into possession of certain facts
connected with the atl'air which he thought
warranted him in arresting 11 ill. Ihwkiiu
alias Smith and D. ltvnn as the guilty par-
ties. They were taken before Justice ICd-
wards who placed their bonds at $300 each
and being unable to give it they wero commit-
ted to jail to await their examining trial
which comes up in that court this morning.
(tiiu VHfl wa
.TOM OF h.LDiaVE.CE.
i .tul (l.l !! i.mii!)' fin ei ryi'
dluiof .Uiilmirl ui'uiiie Hindi . J ol
Dig iii.iinii i t It. Hilriiiion
mul mi ii'-n.iln'-o
mm FDR !
ti 'HM iill-iiei'l'iil vctf.'lnliln i'roiiiin.
1 ili.n ei.-l Iruiu ilie nun: uiii'l oli' i.i'"
il ! ill" in""" ""'I Olllro-ili pioillle.'.l
v -ii I iii -i limy iiltifcii. i"ii lii'iv? III"
il l-Ill. In. I MLillllil'tllK 'I I.IOl ri'liill 111
ery iiruaii vi lil. Ii iillilii ill" I i 'iiinet
t ile li lulu no iiiii'liliur p .ii'iu
ii ul 1 In ml r.icci! ii j ii'ii 1 1 lil ul ii'.'.li-
euK 'I lie rnolilliy und vvrluiuly nlm
ANNIHILATES .1 C2UEJI
Is ftsliiiili-liliiu II I'll'i li IT" iliM'imr Itmn
thu uu t-ii -lyuiiiliintii nt i"tiiunmi-y ill-
i nun mill il' ii'liurui n 10" i-i"" from Hi"
C.i Veen anil imlnli'M c-iio'elurn-
I mil In llm im.ile In rtlilell II relli.n llm
)cili:i llel llllilllll-.inl ri.illlllu I'lU'leiel
v.olell iiiir' llieni lion iii-ii nIIiiK iiO'
rein 111 n.n noil IIioiuiIiIiU in I ln .-. in ho-
ler" llie.y leiieli Ilic iimi" ili.iieiJOil
tini;u '"fi I'liine'.ii. l Hui''ici'
EATTLI ?0fl LIFE
V. Itti (lie in. .! l"i'i H'te "-'"'ill!" or hit l-ll.
mum lll lleil I'iimcIi'ii l'1'ie..iluil '.i";ll
vr"! . leal ully. in .1 "ill M'-oii'i'illV
v. I.i I lit- i.ulii liy iiUiii-i in; ii' '. ii ! y to m-n
liuiil lue.li.-lii.i 'i lio
hi iOiI.-Ii if tiitK hiM.n .Mlii-ii.i'.U'H'tl wilh
i-Hilr' r. sh m it I'lMiifti- tin' t'vi'ry vii.
riivy mnl:i ty u iiifli rt uUit Uu
i .iiJiury .1 luin'i.'ii- t:.riunt t'j in.vo
I I llf.ir.ii.iil Cite -iniliil hmiwpnrn"
Ii:ii Ur l.l Uu inriiuey ul Ih nni'lnl"
v....i ilio ..n il. l. 'el ill (til Uiumll
" lies ll'iliel'lH I' li'.ll'.'U'l"! I Hint
11. s :il"i .llnipW I'lpolney. lie ' ""'V
i. .'. u.i'Hi rurnnleis Hie cnnicK ui' llm
.u .i.l M'.-r .1 Iiiii ivhteli nr eui.l.hl .1 "i
m e l i-molellin. llm VUJI lirt'il lll.lilllle.l
in llilillll-ale I Slll lnec lie.lleil nml re-
I'un-il in iliuii' iiiiliirol ion" h cui'i' li
' i-:.il-t. I'l Ii'h t'l'il-.'.iiMi (:oiii;h
!-.;'! tii aeeiiiulilii.lieil Itlene ot-J.-cl . :. t il".
iiuieim mul nuiii.-itti'i which nre llm imii-
i -..1111-11. -e of I. mm lili-iiHi.ni'elhi'iw" iilIT
I.' il v.liilo ill Mieiiiuie Hull II MiullluS
ail. ilii Uul-Iili'S III" wenlielleil Uhhiicm
"LIFE m Wl LU33.'
1'ur I'ltiiKli. culil loltneirii lirmipltlnl
(Ililli'llUle ll;;hlllolil lh..leHllnIIIKi.
nes Horn Ihni.il triiehlll Inllliniiiut-
t toll o! I he Iiiiikh illlllclllty ol' he. lllhlni;
jiieiirlsy nml o II ilinorilers "I n l'"l imilHD'jr
iiuiine' It lias iii'vur limm miualuil.
S-.li nueni 111 America llll'llAiUHON & CO
lil. I."uli Mil
tot'I.I) 1IY ALT IlUrUlilRTS.
PHICE ONLY 23 CENTS.
tiiniCln-j''.Y oriii'lleo A- Ainmcriliun
li'O.neo acres In Easllnnil county ut from 91
tost Sutler acre.
i-.issi acres lu Tarrant ocunty at from ELW
to &l ml jier aoro.
I.'.iksi aci'iw lu Denton county at from 8300
lo f.1 uo per acre.
1(1110 acres In Kaufman countyftt from Sa U0
to i :er acre.
7ontinens lu Wise county at trom Jl 60 to
Hi to per ucru.
S.soo nores In .IoIiuhou eouuty at from .Jl 00
to j.iiio ior aoro.
ls77S acres lu clay oounty at from 81 00 to
ea oo per nore.
S.ihhi acres In Jack; oounty at from tl 00
u iij (iu per ucro.
4.WK) acrealu Uosiine comity at from 8100 to
no per sure.
O.ISK) acres In Hamilton oounty nt from 81 00
to a: oo pur acre.
7000 acres lu Ilrown oounty at from 81 00 to
i uo per acre
0.4 0 acres In Coleman county 81 00
to 5-: oo per aoro.
l.iioo acres lu Callahan county a per
To tra:lc for Improved Dnllss olty projicrty
Tlio I'.'llewliiK lu krutn county:
1. siw acres finely Improved one nillo
norm in .-uupnousvuin.
i. .'l-.'O acres 6 miles cnit of HtephenRvtlle
io iicrcti iu iiiiiiviuiuii ii'K iiousc.
il. CIO acres S nilh'H southeast of Stephens
vine lo acres impi'ovc.l log bouse.
4. i tracts 32(i acres ciieh on lino Hanillto.
ami Eralli e. unities alt tillable.
it. 3J0 acres about 20 miles northwest ol
il. lllOncres about lOinllcuorth of Stephens
vlile Also .T.1) acres In Eastlanil couutv.
uio acres in Taylor county.
Hauchrrly riinncllfct Ammrrman
DALLAS. .... TEXAS
Ficware Hardware and Crockery.
1124 A 1430 Elm Street East Dallas Texas
hiaUSiiS1 IW'L "'J? ' the
. .t... uv. i at tiuiuttr (HiDiiun Riven
to coantry trad. GooU dolhtiieU fre to il
Kilt! ill fry.
Slii-ii.iie liiii-r i.i.d Wluliilu lienleil In
u i klu !if
l- vieyllitncln Hie liiui.llei'y nnl llnriu ss Mil"
iniiiulae'iiv. cl nml J....l in aim'.x. i ne r wii
nii".iiiruclcr.' I n 1 1w Sti'.'.e.
Snlesroom G03 Elm Street.
Factory 718 Elm Street
Ih-.i'K'h lii'itM's at 1'ui't Ys'orl'.i I'.r.iwiivvooil
inlln Whim .'.larllii Ili'Jiin Jtcxln ami'
( oiiiitr-sicji Jiorc-lujufs.
(Ulleo anil Salesroom 7n.1 Klin Bt
Special attention cilv In Iho purchase ami
Provisions Urain a:itl Flour.
Orders fium the country sollc'.te'l and
)innii.ily lllleil la ;iA'l'l
J. S. ALDEHOFF
Flour Grain Produce
112 Auitln St. - - - Dallas Toxas.
Clitese llcnns Pens Meal
Ilraa lit led Fruit Etc.
Kel'eronces (by permission) :
Exchange Hank Atoseley llell & Co.
tiauus. nsnsas v.ny
Wliolcsalo Dealers In Forolim anil Domcstlo
4ns Main street Pallas Texas.
Constantly In receipt of Annies. Pota es.
CnlOiaiie. Nuts etc.
Ej-oniera Ironi tne country solicited.
KDWAHU DOPSUOXn. JAMXS B. SKAVEB
DUNSCGBMB & AVER
Uooiu7 Merchants Exchange Bulliliny
Kansas Citv - Mo.
Planklnton A Armour Smltli & Keating
Ilmik of Kansas Cltv J. F. Uicliarda V; Co.
Kansas city Mo.: I) h. Quirk Chicago in.
Stedman &. Teri'y
SO; Main Btrett Dallas.
CRAIN FLOUR POTATOES
ftgLrrompt attention to Order nntl
i i-3S7 . K
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