The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 12, 1882 Page: 4 of 8
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TIIE DALLAS HERALD THURSDAY MORNING JANUARY 12.- lViijj i
THE DALLAS DAjLY HERALD.
PFOUTS. ELLIOTT & HALL.
Entered at Uie rostofflive at Dalian as Second
Cla noli inatUir
fAlt.M UANCIIK AM) VOAL LANDS
l.V)u traJ-ta "Peters Colony" or T E. 4 I-
1hU(1 iu MoiitaitiiH t'lav Archer Jack. Yoiiiik.
I'alo Pinto Stephens Eastland tallaliau ami
rihackulfurd eoiiiiuo see county maps. Va-
rious sited trails in Muni! and oilier counties.
Lot of coal and (arm lands of 1A.U00 acr s In
Ntcphuns; JM' acre in Yoiiiik. A lu-Hlliiy
nulou; 1ih earlv promise of several miru rail-
mads. Karljr liinilicii Invited. Come via
T. it P. K v. la WcuUiurluril Fur sain by
K. 8. liKAIIAM.
(Iraham Yninitl. county Texas.
THURSDAY )fi NUAHY t2IBH2-
For West liulf States: Lucul rains aid partly
Weather; wind' shifting tooistiiuil snulh fol-
1 nvcd iiu Thlii-sdny liy T'.lnft temperature anil
Tiik war of rates Ht ill Roes on bctwien
Northern and Eastern roads t6 tlio inllulto
satisfaction or the shipping public.
Tiik creiuutionist.s of New York ure si ill
n tlio Hold iitnl still actively proeciitiufr
thuirwurk. Tbi'y imvc lately boon rinsing
luiul to build a lunula-.
Tammanv lias been rocoiviiitf somu hard
blows lately from the Democrats of New
York who nro lieginiilnK to talk and net as
il'tU'lcitt wilbout Taiiiniaiiy wero prel'cra-
ble to victory with it.
'. ' -1 - '
Tiik Pope ilosu't li ml it convenient while
in Koine to do as the 1!. minus: do imd now
intends taking up bis resMuuco in Malta
the arrangements fur tho change liaving
been perfected it is nnder.slood.
A IIohton paper's bead-lino for Oscar
AVildo Is -Tito Chief Yeurner." What
would t he press do if it did not linvo sonic
poor fellow to write up? And yet Oscar is
u journalist and u food one too but he is
really too. .
Hk.natuu Camkiiox's inllueueu with' the
iiiliuinislmlinn is so great it is reported
that indu-euieiits ure being held out to get
him to reuiovt to Ohio Such a residence
is all the Hpinttor needs to render him om-
nipotent in American politics.
Tub labor bureau at Castle (iarden last
year succeeded in furnishing positions to
&MHHI iiniiiigmuls immediately upon Ibeir
arrival in Ibis country. The places paid
uniformly from Jin to $jn per nionlh. This
is u good record for the bureau.
Tiik Washington l'ost says a suiiw-storin
followed by a light rain-storm and the Na-
tional capital is the most uncomfortable
c-ily on the continent. And yet wo know
hundreds of men who want to take a regu-
lar contract to remain llicro every winter.
CiF.nkuai. Johnson bus come lolbelroiit
with it denial ol'tho rumor that be charged
Mr. Jufltann liavis with lealini' ..lim-
boo of the late .Southern Confederacy's
funds. Mr. Johnson's denial was not nec-
essary' a.muboil.y outside of Uho.h Islund
and .Miissnuliiisc IU believed u word of the
Tub l'ooriu Journal declares ibat Mrs.
John A. l.ogan is the ablest politician In
America. All (he great slatesnieu should
marry poliliviuns.. There is one thing very
certain Mrs. John A. is the bruins or the
family and has done more lo give Mr. John
A. his prominence than ever nature or cir-
eumstancfi did. ' ' ;
Tiik Ciucinuati Kinjuiror : " lion. (;.!-
love 8. Orlli risiys lo a question of privilege
"Sir: iryou imagine for i 'moment that
I bavo run down at the heel or shrunk In
tho wash you aro oil' your base. I si ill re-
main the greatest mini thii country has
.ever praduecd. ltcholil me sir!"
It seems that bachelors iiu.l widower
liavo been' presiding over the destinies of
Virginia for Miinelinie past and tbeiebas
not been a huly munnglug the domestic
all'airs o the Executive Mansion for tw lve
years. rXow. however Ibey have it mar-
riad man in the fubcrnalorial chair ami
the State is fdii ilating iisdf over tho mat-
ter. Tin: ways of a Jury ure past finding out
and many are the ridiculous determinations
ol'tln-M) ' bulwarks ol American liberty.'
Thelaiasl Ineideiit of the kind occurred ill
Tim astle Virginia Ilia olher day. .V jury
Wiisempiiiincled to try one lMen charged
villi nil assault 'on n ii(aii iiamml Sperrv
Who testilied in I In- nf. n tk tW( thty's
for tho jury to deliberate and they fiUij'ly
brought in a verdict of liiuii-hlaughtcr.
V-kmi.oi oaciokam.v at least we hear
somelhlriga going wrong In "Old Kngland
j ne r.:m ot ."iirewsiiury lh scion of one
serein iiruaius uolileat names who had
just attained bis majority and not hold of
ins esiaiea rfcemiy eloped Willi tl.r wil'u ol
ttlr. Mnnily.aml tbeaenndal Is exciting
iiuicn comment. r. .Mundy very sensibly
let me min take the lady and proceeded to
fiet a divorce.
Slni ks tra C' UhiK to ) the cooinioi.
rt nt Micurrenes in this country. New
York lias olio after paying last year's ex-
'penesori.'iiViuo Texas isn't fur behind
uud tho llrst thing wo know the treasiirle
oftlipyarlotui Plates Kill botbo nno objeo-
ti point of all tlif burglars and politicians
in America. Why Ami-riwt taxation con-
tinues to high and burdensome under such
.rirctitnstances Is a very perllncnt Inuulry
Thoi:h Mr. lllalno Is out or oIIUd the
Journnlijlt or ihe country art determined
. to keep his memory erocn and dally attrili-
tita aom new aehoiue of tremendous
Volllical algntllcanra to the exeyre.
Ury. The riilladelplilirTimMeotnmerttlng
on Ihlsdlspailtlonoftho press says: "Mr.
Maine's mental pMcfwsea must be like a
Murembttra lov all OIK If lafllf lit . Iliaana..
CQtubtnavinal altributrd ulm lie Irit Mt
latest magnibMiient scbrnin overshad
uieotnersastlieryranildor Chtopg over-
tops Its tielghbora. Tins is no more nor les.
than a great continental confederation on
tha plan of lha Oerrumt band before the
ar of l8T(t liy which the V'nitcl KUdet
-weretoMiiierruasia or the i;roun.
lima nffutur tiHitl. l..i ....4
- - -..i. niiRI im Krv
seated by this atuiHiia1uiiiif.l all ' till!
it is lo be fcar.l that the notion arbja. tit
llie brain of some Uvntire Journalist
father than lllMMt.! '.
w ( WUII
A UKATV LOS.
Along with the recent agitation of the
iuestiou of building anew oar navy the
matter of American shipping has been at-
tracting attention and many suggestions
have ben made as to the most feasible and
direct plan of restoring this branch of en-
terprise to its jornier glory in this country.
Thero was a time not many years ago
when the Americans were as large carriers
and ship owners as existed upon the globe
and tho incrchuutmcu or the Vuited
States wcro to bo seen in every con-
u'dorablu port. Now. however ' the Dag
is Incoming somewhat a novelty abroad
as our currying trade bus been swept Iroiu
the seas and tho pitiful huudfull of war ves-
sels aro scarcely able to make sufficient
display to keep our nationality and exis-
tence before tho foreign world. Wo no-
ticed lately some Sgurcs tuken tromoiwof
our exchanges that arc or such 'magnitude
and prominence us to tlotho this ' sub-
ject wilh - lieff interest and ' ought
rightfully". to Varouso . ptiblio . senti-
ment more decidedly thub has
yet been done AVu do Vitft caro tii discass
tlio "nutional glory'' side of tlie propose
tion though in .uoiphion w it h aU withers
wo should rejoice at any ovilenco of the
commerciul or naval greutness andiowero('
thetiruat Itebtiblli:. We put tho mutter
upon purely business 'and linanclal grounds
and slill contend that it is of the very first
importance that the American people
should at once take measures to build up
again tho carrying trade uud
American shipping ouco so completely
within the possession und con-
trol of tho United Sttites. Last
year and indeed for several years past the
freights paid to foreign vessels. by citizens
of Ibis country aggregated over $HWOfli.'
). in twenty years this umount suvfldfo
the nation would pay oil' tho national' debt
and annually it cannot but . onerato as a
most fearful drain ui tho prolits and in
comes of our merchants und eventually tho
people themselves. Over a hundred .mil-
lions in freights simply every year is
certainly an item to be looked nfter.
It has been so keenly felt in some quar-
ters at least that the New York Chiunher o1
Commerce have been discussing the subject
of late with the most utteutivocousidera-
tion und ure to hold u spivilttueeting on
next Monday to exchange vie and ndopt
suggest ions for Hie re-cslahlishirlcjit of the
former prominence of the l'uited'tSlaicH in
the premises. There is abundant room for
good advice und u multitude of burdens
that ought to be removed and thai are not
borne by the ships of any olher Nation.
Just bow the desired end is to he most
rapidly and easily attained may
give rise to many diU'cmiccs and ho 'some-
what dillicult of solution but the problem
confronts us und the sooner wo go to work
on it the better. In the first place mi-
questionably our navigation law snecd over-
hauling and it would bo well to look to the
statues of olher mil ions with reference to
the same subject mailer and conform our
own to tho advanced progress of the times
and the dictates of a broad rational policy.
Such legislation us we liuvo in
tlio matter ol shipping and nuTlgu-
Itou was enacted so long ugo that
the ago has outgrown it. Wooden ships
have becnuperseded by iron vessels and it
is said our people cannot build the modern
bonis as cheaply or well as ran tho Euro-
pean and Jour foolish laws prevent acta-
ally the purchase by Americans of foreign
buill ships or in put it more correctly such
vessels cannot be entered ;la an American
register. At the same tlmo the estab-
lishments in tho Union where ship-build-lug
is carried u frantically exclaim
that to ullow foreign vessels to
come into the count ry and be
registered would ruin tho shipping interest
of the I'uiled State. Tlio coiisequemo
is that foreign enterprise has taken the
trade and ils rich returns from us rigid un-
demur eyes. Tho Xo'f York Chamber id"
t'oiiiiiuucois pcirontii'iig an excellent ser-
vice in pointing out some of the reforms
which need most lo be made. As the mat-
ter now stands it would lake time of course
lo achieve the restoration of this interest
even though all the restraints and draw-
backs were removed ut once und
Wise iccoiniiii ndaliuns adopted but
it would eventually lie possible
and produce siuh rapid in-
urease in tlm wealth und inllue'ueo of
Ameiica as has never heretofore been
witneAsi.1. Our population business pns.
tion nil demand indeed that not only the
chambers of commerce in our principal
ports should take up this question if
Ainericm shipping but it ought to Receive
the speedy a it. I .thorough inyentigntljin of
t'oiigre.4. id the mean time etHdiiingo
lo which reference has been; made coin-
nienling on the action or the Nei
York merchants suggests a verv
sensible course fiir ' their adoption.
It. says: "Tho Chamber' or Commerce-
should rormally encourago individual en-
terprise and ingenuity in tho construction
or steamships or a belter pattern than any
now ullottt. It is upon niicIj schemes n's
those recently put forth for Hit establish-
nieiitof lust American steamships between
v- f - I . I . .
i oik nun i.oniion that Hie country
must rely lor the u'sioratloii ol our sbiii.
..i w . - i .
ping. ;.vit only must the things which
now h;tniperour shipping bo reunited but
American Ingenuity must also devise im-
provements to make our ships the best in
the world ir we are to rank among the llrat
or the maritime powers." . ...
"Mi l! IN A MONRXKlt" 4KTf
Ourlm .il columns this moaning' give the
denouement to a case which has greatly'
exercised this community for tho post
week. It Is a tale which one would rather
think of as the romance of a novelist
than ; the recital .of ' reality.
It Is an event wUiuli whether truu ar false
a furnished in lit details hums with sor-
row and dr rnidullnu the hearts ir several
rumilie. Vli"'hot trio or Mselt 'is one
thai llnds itsd iHleJtenu1ytonolten In our
seel." Bfe'. as"oiir 'telegmVh'o columns
Irani y t day ar nvln;''t.'vldcnce.'
If niurd. r is sought to bo Justtlled now -a-days
so nton by the plea or Insanity surely
tba crime that murders tho happiness the
fair .iiLe;tJio.UtV 'dfi icnres of ianoeeut
oie a.i tlo lie.jll kiotild seem entitled
to the ! oof I of the tame plea. KoJ If
there fee any ffrime on earth'' hid J
leys to the right minJod man as Lori
.... i .
rible as hell itself seemingly impossible to
a sane person it is the crime of seducing
from the paths of virtue and goodness a
young girl. If there be anything despica-
ble it is the going astray from in open vio-
lation of the marriage vow made un
der the most sacred of fortne. the
most solemn and impressive or ceremonies
in the presence or high heaven with Ood
himself as tho witness; and wo caro not
whether it bo the man or tho woman; for it
was binding on each uliko. And if there be
anything despicable it is a man
who deceives the unsuspecting inno
cence uud betravs the conllding
soul of ono unskilled iu tho wavs of the
world to lure her into a destruction worse
than that'which the seal of death places
upon its victim. And at the same time if
there be anything detestable it is a woman
Who knowing' better debases "her
nature ' dragging from the angelic
to -.tho loathsome specimen a name that
it was her duty to demand respect for drag-
ging down to the dust hearts that were akin
to her and hers. ()tr social system is'.too
rotten in many respects. Wo aro too care-
less of things we should hold nbove the
price of all the wealth of tloleonda. A
liealtlieir public se.'itiiiient u sentiment
Jhilt would sternly censure even the appear-
ances of wrong is needed til arrest 'nn evil
which in its beginnings is too olten countc'
minced as of small moment but which re
sults in woes unnumbered destroys
eonlidenco and upsets sonio of the
most sacred of laws human and divine.
Kuril and every man and woman father
and mother husband and wile brother and
sister shonjd constit ut himself uud herself
a'rgllpiic'tioijiuilt teo of on to indignantly
frown down it tlio very f'ii'st outcrop-
pings of ulT tjlut does not bear
tho stamp of honorable conduct und
rebuke the recklesludiytctionstlint point
toward final ruin. Tlio world is too full ol
permanent misery born nf temporary pas-
sion und (ho w'orst 0f u misery is that
winch sits at the hearth-stone of the do-
mestic circle in tho blackness of despair
more damning in its dishonor than the
blood-clots on the hands of the guilty Mat-
bet li. ..
I:ki-i!Khunii to tho death of Iim'i. K. W
ciuugiiuui which occurred Ittir Saturday iu
New York c.lly (bo liitprue'umfcays .' "The
Hon. li: Wi Slouglitou qT yew York one
of the leaders of tbu'v American bar died
.Saturday of I'.ngbt . diJlase. .Mr. Slough-
ton was Ministctt'iHrtssiailuring President
Hayes term tur never held any other
oflijv i!e vv:ulUiiwyerof very large prae-tit-e
an ac.i 'o politician ol the Stalwart
type ami lias occn a conspicuous ligure in
national conventions and upon tlio stump.
In uppeatuuee he was very striking being
large of stature with a handsoiuu face and
a remarkable growth or snowy white hair
lie wasoiiLMif the leading attorneys belorc
Iho F.lcctorul Commission sharing with
Mr. Kvurts the responsibilities of proving
the validity of Ihc title of President JIuves."
AX exchange in view of tho following
dipping from the Cincinnati Commercial
very properly says that it wouldn't le
healthy tor Cuiieau if Mtirat llalslcad
wero in Washington with his double-barreled
shot-gun uhout tho time llio (luitcau
jury nro expected to return a verdict. The
Commercial says: "It is nonsense to he
telegraphing from Washington that thcr? is
a strong feeling tbe.C.tiiteuu jury may disa-
gree How dure the jury disagree or do any-
thing other than instantly find the horrible
scoundrel before them guilty of murder?
Would they propose to put n premium on
the murder of Presidents?"
Onk of our exchanges is authority for
thestatcment that lieneral Husil Ihike says
.1.... ..o .i . . . J
uiai an i ne ronci treasure was paid cut to
Iho Confederal e soldiers except J.AiO.ooO
which was curled oil' by some gentleman
who.'c name is forgotleu by the licmiral.
ThO " misMiig'ollioial" f probably running
a banking business or keeping a im.
stand or niaiiipulating some other equally
reuiiiueralive business in sonic of our fron-
tier towns it hi barely possible that to
men may h ive :-otlcii the treasure und are
llj'.v flout Uhiug as the green hay tree in the
City ol Mexico. Who knows?
Tin: llon.Cassins M. Clay of Kentucky
has written a letir-rurging the nouiiuathm
ol the Hon. Samuel J. Tilden as a Hein-
ocraticeandldate for the next Prcsidrncy
He says: "Montgomery iilair is right when
1... i:i I i i .
in- sijj iu.h iiiueii miouui uavo neon our
candidate in ISsn and again should be in
lss" Asluio )ioliticians lonleiul that
there is something back or this u liicU u 111
oe uevriopei oeiore long. ; j
Cimcnuxixo an old nad cruel slander
"tiath" contributes the following: "Henry
S. McCouib whoso suit against Oakes Ames
injured lieneral tiarlleld's self-respecl so
much survived him only Ihroe months.
After cxpresting great regret at Hie psiln he
had causeil he t lid me he regarded (leneral
tlarllcld as always an honorable man with
no business experience."'
M is Annie I.ouiso Cary who was to leave
Cincinnati over the l'an-Haudle Uoutotlie
morning after the production or the "Mes.
slab" applied at theollieeor the Pullman
Company Cor n state-room In the sleeping
cir. The I'ullinan olllcials always pillani
were anxious to oblige the great rout niltn
and tlndliiR that the ear at the dopol bad
iiosiuto-nKim 'swltrhfrt aMtyid" until on
was In iwillem 'containing. the desired
apartment. Ten"iiiiniites before the trnln
PiilM ont of tho depot and when every
berth wna ongagnj a big icllow atei.peil up
tothe Pullnmn ticket olllreand wid: "(liy-
ino tho atate-room" and threw down
t-arv. said the ticket avllcr. "I
am her agent ' said the big frllow.i rreshlv.
and received Ihc three tickets demanded A
moment later and the "Tolvot.voiecp' an-
penred and aaketl Tor thestate wom. "Your
tent IW the tiekels" . she w.s obi n d
M.llpil "1 have no agent''. An examlna-
lion Into the state of allairi. alisMerl IW
druinmers'! e.niiuendal?otifl!iV'' tl.y
would r.all themwlves. in'poeioii nf u'
statc-riHiin and what Is mare Ihey rrfiwd
to vacnle showlnc their tickets f.r iatu
room and paae. and defy ln( the I'liliman
eniidiic ortooust them. Tue train wet
onto the depot with M a Carv standi"
.2! i ? 1'T''lnl"ndeiit Walker el".
ejilabnh-MiM Carri nt..UM.MI.iH: rttlhe
lUte i.a.m obtaineif from the road by others
binder Odie pretenses. J I ' "
Continued from lint Pace
The lilbhoaa Murderers.
Catlettshi ko Junuary 11. The steamer
Telegraph arrived at 3 o'clock with Elcis
Craft and Xiel charged with the murder f
ot tue iiilisons lamily at Ashland
they were under u guard of
three companies ol militia. Although the
town was tilled with people tho prisoners
were lauded and taken to the court-house
without any excitement or indication of vi-
olc nee. Craft and O Seil w ho were hand-
cuffed together tried to show a spirit of
boldness chatting and blowing tnacqiiainu
auees. Kllis was more quiet. Ho was ta-
ken inunediatelv before the Grand Jury
which will probably be in session all day
to-morrow. The prisoners are kept in a
room of the court-house uudcr a close
guard of fifteen soldiers. Tho people arc
impatient for tho trial proper to begin.
' An KxeltltiiiK Episode.
Mot nt kuxox Ky January U. While
Judge ilradley was trying a rase yesterday
a witness named Mullens win drunk and
was ordered under arrest. Ho resisted.
now amen iy nailer tie two
oieu ueiug anions the most powerful
in the countrv. ilemoiii;...i ii... .n;..
Judge l.radleytrom the bench ronitnanded
all within tho sound of his voice to aid in
arresting the Mullins father and son
andhiinseirient a hand. Mullins found
partisans and a irenernl Imitln nrr..i r.
suiting in much bloodshed and bruises but
no loss of life. The law finally triumphed
and tho M ulltns were both jailed when the
vv...v .t.uiiieu uiisillCSS
Ilestroyed by Flro.
"Aiti.oTTi.svii.LK a. January U.-The
Charlotlesville Woollen Mills were burned
last night. Loss heavy but understood to
he covered by insurance within $sfK of ac-
tual loss. The machinery was all destroyed.
...v ........oiicinico gooos. Willi li Were in
another building were saved. About sev-
; ; i opeiaiivesaiid clerks are disemployed.
....nfrinir :noose ereeii ut the nulls.
was also destroyed. Origin of tho lire un-
-M.n or.i.riNf January 11. Tlio Times-
l'emoeral s Jackson Mississippi special
says: W. S. Power accidentally shot himself
to-day while displaying a revolver to n
Mi ii nuom lie was
..i u ; inieiiiioii. j ue wound proved mop
tat. I lie young man lived two hours he-
tore dy.ng. He was the son of statu Sena-
oo I'inti .inn iiuicn esteemed.
--M.H lonx January J. Tho Steamship
CI.r..l..U 1..:... : . 1
" ".'. "is "i pier i - on ii iciver was
lunilgafcd thoroughly last night with char
coal oeiore uie .Hatches were put down ure
paraloryto its ileia:'lure. James Jones
suit.- I... ...I :.. I..-. i I- . . .. '
. .n.iv oi ma muni un w aii sullo
ion ueinarkHiilo Discovery Made by n
J iuly or lliiutra.
.some young men while out hunting
about a week or more ago came across a
cave mi the lopol a mountain In Pockland
'.' .-lis .n.oiT ucmccii uie villages
ol Sullirns and Uamapo and upon c.'
ploruig the place fonn I therein a number
ol molds and dies that had evidently been
used in the manufacture of half-dollars
and trade dollars. 1 he matter was reported
l tho Histrict Attorney of Kockland
county who notified Sneciul Agent Drum-
m md of the Treasury Department
of the discovery that had been
made In order that ho might at
at once make an iiivenigatiim and work up
ihc ease. A couple of detectives were sent
lliithcr.aud.upon niakiugcautious inquiries
about the town of Suil'cms. were led to sus-
pect that the molds and dies IHntiged to
Al onr.i Harper a resident of SuU'cms. Pin-
iner mvcsugaiion disclosed the fm-t that
Harper was enuMged iu an iron foundrv
and that he had made the dies and molds!
A warrant Was accordingly isssue.l for his
a rcsi nun j.iaeei mine liands of Deputy
..i.o-.n os .no ui s .mil .-sieveiis. Wlio in com-
I v mo sccrei service detectivns
went to SulVemi last ni-ht p .... t j J
counter). Her. They went to bis house hut
were told that be was nut U homo
whereupon they searched the premises
aid found a number of very in.nrly
executed counterfeit t: ideaiid hulfdol'irs
two longimd kcen.bl.ioei! knives a revol-
vi r lieaniy charged M .r arlll...
sooniii; i mi inisiuess ill wlucli Harper had
embarked and his desperate eliurartir
i pou'inakiii;: impiines in-the neighbor".
'' ' iioy.i uiai narper Had gone lo
uamapo ami iiiiuu r I lie ollicers hastened
and there I. miii. 1 Ihc young man silting i '
bar-room surround d by a doen or more
stalwart country fellows. l!ef.re Ibrmr
vas aware of any trouble Deputy Mars.
A all eshada pair ol haudculison his wrists
.no in. i.auv nere warned ow-ainsl inter-
ii ion: uai i'cr loin iiieeiiicersrhat he would
iio quietly with tlu lil. ll neeiMint of the
impov-ihilitv of returning fu the citv list
rnghl the ollleers took their prisoner to a
hosel at haimipo where he was closely
A LVME 'km. i .-'c
This morning he was hrotieht fo the city
and iirainncd before l'nile.1 Stales Com.
uii.s.oner Shields charged with iiianufar-
turing eounterfeit trade and null-...llara
no admitted that a mri ion of the tools
oi ii e i ioi.iiiiiui rae beloneeil to
linn hut said that he was ui1f t.in in
be niaiiiilaeiure of a patent churn. He
told the ollleers that he Went to the rave
otinin; Ins leisure nioiio. ui. ..I... i... ...... .
could work then on Ids pment without in. .
.. -.... c no ntea that anv on
k e y about It. In h.grd to the counter-
en pieces loimd In his cave and at hlshoiiH
he divhiied to siiy aiiything. Conitnlssiimer
si. elds committed hi t l.ndiow tt
mUndetaiilt ol -JIAX) hail for examina-
lion. ben llnrtti.r n.. ....-.....1 . i
charged revolver waa found in flu. I.ln
!-lJJ lall'doon.-N. Y. Mail and
Pain and weakness of Inn
neys and llrinurv iu-l.iii ri;.....i '
UrownVlron Itl.tera ' "
'. KaUIKndln f a Va.
MlssChloo Ann Vioiett. Willi iMtftiltl fl Tna.1
sixty days ago under an Insane delusion
that Ciod had commanded Iwr !
suicide by fasthi..Ji.d We.lu.A.
her hoine lit 'Alexandria. I Aln
claimed lo have begun the fast alxmi sixty
days ago. shn waa nut nil ik.. n-...
r .".re wiiiinnt
n.TurUhnient. rieveral times a small imr-
Uon of milk was Introduced wlthnui.n.
try Into tho water she drank ami lately
meat extracts have been given as medicine
There seem to ha tm (i iwrr j
she was oiii wiii...i i
.i1Bh- --....... i.ni ior lortr.
le i though emaciated' relnlncl rnn
aclousness. am InHl fJi.. T.1 .ron-
fully up .he lime r her dVa r'sh.;
lum.ugl y Imposed wh the belle that
her ime had eomr and that the "rd "
VSrt ! rmn.M her lo 1a "(
an a iiiin ai kU- Hbe liirthrr l.lerel thai
J uie fa-liog would be a sale i aV.rt i
heaven and the gate f .1 "n CI ?
i. "ky""""' 'd hedlsobedi
to i he eommaml ol i be i f)r 1 Z2
woum bar to suiler in tin next world
FIFTH AND OLIVE STREETS.
Special attention is requested to tho Solid Silverware made by
thin fcomw J. ilas stood tho test for more than a quarter of a
century. Everyone in want of Silver Spoons should send to us
for illustrations and prices.
E. Jaceard Jewelry Go.
FIFTH & OLIVE STS
sixiy days she cheerfully acted ont this de-
lusion her only regret being tint she al-
lowed herself to be induced to abandon
her first attempt some vears ago
to starve herself to death. Her
friends declare that she has not taken a
particle of food of any kind since
the flth or November last except a little
milk the other night which a lady handed
her for water and which as sooh as she dis-
covered the mistake she spat out not even
medicine would she take fearing that her
life might be prolonged thereby. it' course
the lady was insane and some 'people think
the authorities ought to have interfered and
bad her sent to an asylum for treatment.
Her father Mr. Robert Vioiett died from
an over-dase af laudanum and her brother
Albert Vioiett drowned niim-elf in the river
ninjueen street about ten years ago. Miss
Vioiett was highly respected bv all who
knew her and herdenth is n severe blow to
her aged mother who has her many friends
say. had her share of this world's troubles.
f v ashington Star-
The much advertised and
loudly boasted of prices of any
St. Louis house "without a
middleman" can all be dupli-
cated on Elm Street at
China Tea and Dinner sets
arc offered here in a great
er variety than in any re-
tail house West or South and
importing them direct and in
.i i ... i
unun.iM.-t pucuaes wings pri
ces utv.vn as low as anywhere
uoorc at the l ancy G-:cds
basket:; Crockery Lookin
"lasses .Glassware Vases
loiiet sets etc. etc. etc
fl'OI'A UT N I'KMI M' Ni iTlVr-VeTrmT
l.'r-Iniie.l. Imve 111.. lay fmud a eiiiuu.-r
-..ir mi uie uui.i.e ot IMIlaeg a lleiiCTiil
i-1 nr.. .mauim: and A' iuj:s I 1N.-I H A
..ii-ne. lili.ler lliu linil Hum m
lillll. 1. Iil.XTK!!.
I..e. r... l-KUi.l'os
.i.ii.iii.v j ile-:.t
i' :TOf'KlHI.Dl:U'S Ml-E TIM! -Tho re7-
.mi .iniiiei i. eruv i"r Uie eti.'il.ei f )r cvr
lor Hie year lss.. ..rilie I'x. li.in .e !.!! f '.
i.e. mil lie II. in ni U. r ; i
:i t 'I'm - liy lii .hiinei:; l-s.. (
".ik en the
I ' o'elo k
1.1. A. T. 1IKV-I I V i
1)11.1. l Tl ... .Innimry . f.
Onn i nr tii Wah.i. r
I'ai.i s I'nis Jniniv
Notice Mn i.ly tiven that t;.e e!'v
i. iss.. ;
Jim piin lmsnl hii.I heretiv iis-nm..'
un uie eroin rty and rrim I
i.niKlllg III lilt) yiuur Hllpl.lj'
.i.M.uiuirn iuiui liny tliefr retn! i...r....i ..
....i. ...y m jiiinmry in.. r Kll.i .. f
.... . wvu iu nui ue iie..) '
H. 1'. .t'S-f ll-.:ii
Jnnl-tr Wm..ri' '.
tf-At'HITliU'S SOTICK-AII- Z I...."
h.g cliilnw. whether III Jii(Knenl. ..ill nmtbrr
we. nt ilii.t the Texss Trunk l!lh .
' ' i n i mtti ( mini nt tlio otiU-c of
.... . . t..i vii i rniiruml xv vj Miilmi
lo be Uiero su.lltcd and edliun d. ''
1 liciMverx. T.
Orrl. K or tiik ttu Tin sk. ltlTTo i
l'Ai.MTr.. liw Kill im '
The .tiimtnl iiHilhnr r the u. I i..i.i .'
Te Trunk Itallr Cimpsuy. m h(
iliemtleeiif theeoiiipsnrin t cy f
!-u.e..rTexy.l..(.1Hk . Tll(
l.lli ilv f Junimrv. A. 1). lsv ..-....
tl"it of dlrerter.. n Uie 1.-ti t f illoh"
- "T w onuiifht twfiire It. The
"""'wmcvunRnHiie.iirveinMwIII t hold M
iUkp m i tlmniue pUi-esnd 1y.
u- t ... ... .
n i' 1Vttrrrl'!l'Texllt'uiilitt! k'.'co
rlltltKAU lllissbcenfoiimrihst theespl-
... . it uienira tcxm a Uexlran On-
irlndlfenmpny. now belne 7w shares
f lliopsr vslttr of t o Mrh. U tnmifflri.ni h.
ntfuet n. operate Its roa-t and that It li d.
. inerea mi same Ihira TMbo shares
.r T.Vn. to lotVOW shares or In lionon.
Hi letolainounl twlnt j.iW prr
Ther nre. He It rewlwd thai a meeUns of
the stockhnlilen be mil the sama h !...
ealle.1 lo be held at Iht olBee of the Company at
. .. .. wn uie ii.i day or January I.Mtj
to ewnlilor the prewwltlim of hu ...
capital .Hck fiMmllwito.x.M permit
cvt. sure with Uie preamble; hereto ami to
ee...tdeMh pn.rtn nf t.ui)If t MriM0
.l U Wrel.r U ..) liereby h.Mnie.e.1
to aire lewl notice luwh abatable. o u
ttm and flare and pitrrweofsalil aiwUni.
mn m atreetors.
A5AUKL F. DENNETT Neretarv
Craddock's Opera House.
TEXAS FAVORITES RETURNING
V iip t'r.u IjwurvlK.
Friday and Saturday Jan. 13 & 14.
Saturday "BILl.IK TAYI.OR" Matinee
FAY STAR OPERA COMPANY
Iu the Litest Brpatsit aad test
With I-rlndid Arni n-i r!iX9!
ton where they achieved n world-wide
mid IokHiiji rupuuiUon.
25 STAU" Aijtisra 25
Superb Chorus. New Wnrdrnbes direct from
. . I.''rK A HIT everywliero.
J "'0 l'AB. Reserved Seats on
sale Tliurs.lne. . Inm inrvV.Mh nt n m
1HI.I.IK TAVI.OK. ilSASlOXTE.
Will sell the fnUnwlmr nnrcdeemed pledites at
auction and private sale
K ... one Ifimtlnir Case CinM Wateh.
I- I-. one limning cusc silvc-r Wiiteh.
Wat'el " s.'ae KiiKlisti Lever Gold
Wntcii .' "C """""S Cns? English Lever Gold
' m lnf"'''! sHver Eleln Watch.
J' "''dtl'uiu Watch.
s" one Solid CiiM ftine.
t '. one Cluster Dliiunind It in jr.
Unless Redeemed Prior to
d'7 108 Main Street.
SISKEK DAVIS & CO.
Urancli House Dalla... Texas. Opposite Tcxal
Jno. 8. Iletlierlngton Miumger.
Steam PumpsSaw Mills
Saws and HcndElocis.
Thob stlitbricatiiuroil kept In stock.
An excellent pn-pnrntlou uf
Wliil Cli. iiy ivri)v xnr
THROAT AND LUNG DISEASES.
J T.nmr;.T'rn"V.. ro"K'' '".
.1 l i nop. A chilla WhoopliiK-Coiiuli.
.'. "'-'r hltUi.11 nii7i
I ne 1.1 -m i.ijxg A N II HI. 11 Til HI'itki..
. . u - u HiMl.un.i
C. E. VltEELAND.
v holesiilo Denier In
m Jrfnters Supplies '
B!ark Cocks Stationery Papw Bans
JW ;MAITRKKV. DALLAS. TEXAS.
linlera sei ly mail in
he prnnintlr and
canTiilty tilled and nricea m
.da aa owaa
AKI AMI KASTWAIli) '
The mareh of Rallwav Einnlm T.v. i .
EL PASO TEXAS.
value. will . l0'r'r7ur'';' ''
VVM S. HILLS.
' Anent Campbell'. Addition Kl -ao TeK.
DESIRABLE CITY PROPERTY
TmSStfa lU U M' of
ai iwl.f.1 M"rtl'et eomer Rosariina
ill l .!h hn" thefroff. "
t'lly l)ni How Ilia Klin street with U feel
of frrouiijl or with io f.st rhuil.
linn rt Ko jn.x wentuf rentral rnllm.1.
A T. tlK.Srtl.aY. at
Hear one-half ai'r.
OommliMon ' Grain 1 auit iWutw '.
SOT MAIM BTKEET
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