The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 176, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 22, 1882 Page: 3 of 8
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flAiClAL AND COTTON.
i.trMii M s.nulveMry of the Utile
iiniiaerHlll. It WM smerally obwrved .s a
fJZr in Uit vicinity the Boston .tearing.
b.nk. nd banking office belnt clnwd.
Z?:'iii..ourl Pecllio railway oumnany ha.a
Ared e quarterly dlvidiud of I per cm-.'
JJjJble July 1. The transfer books ctojjj
ihe rM bcK of Georgia th.re
JT etiiMyitold mlU. .1 work A 'nZ
S.Tgti. the probable yield of
f Suto for ltxu with a reasonable Cro.I!Vt of
Mii thta output fot 1S83 . PK1U of
WIM first coin mad in the Ph'j.Mpkia mint
i Ihe copper cent made 'VlT&i ThHt
lfSnd.:r.tcthatwb-rten tho noTlhwM
dentVillard. of ti e Northota usi maue
.nienU with th' Manitoba company on
A"1or.''S I S? . 'd "lth Canada Ficiao
w ihe British line o avoid aU conn. f lllter.
ag and undue cor jrH!uiion hereafter In this coin
poll man to II e Pacific ocean.
Rlroaaean incrifwuiiiii tn v- MmariAKi.
dforalile. rl although complete comparisons
lie not yet possible all evidence now accessible
Indicates Uie earnings of May and June will
twe'i"" 4 to uiose ui nut year aue allowance be-
ing ip.le for the Increase or mileage.
lli4h.iunorofWH.il street erjecularlon hu
liken a sudden change ftom bear to bull tho
OnK'inenco chietly. of the highly favorable
uwo we nre uow receiving as w ine crops ani a
Iwllef that the great strike In the lroa trade will
BOt bO 01 1mB uurauuu.
DALLAS aUCCHAKOI AMD COW.
. 1 Buying. Belling. Buying. Belling.
Cble. Kz. S(..VPartoi I 81 Louis. KV ParJ
CHi-igo...)PariS! N. O Hm?M&t
G-lvesionK far W I Houston.. K I'ariiV
Exchango.all points H toll discount. Sterling
Sit-Ill. M US Franca km la Marks. 25.
I rude dollar.... HOeta Mexican dollars. ..80ct
llcilcan halves. 40cu. Mexican ouartera lict
Futures In New York opened steadv tn-d.v at
12 36 for August whk-h was the lowest point
they were held during the day; they advanced a
Utile at each successive call closing steady lu
points above me day before. Kales 680'jn bales.
YKSTXKUAY TO DAT
June 12 lli 1H12 27(a)12 M
juiy n xwn -21112 M
atlgust 12 mmi 31:12 43
September 12 Oin12 Oi 12 10(812 11
October 11 67111 68:11 (ltco.ll OS
November 11 4foll 4411 47ill 48
Deoember. 11 4816)11 4l!ll 4tt6vll 50
January ...H MMH mil MiSill 2
February li (Wwii 6X11 7;u
March 11 7111 81 11 K.ill 7
April 11113 11 912 00
In New Orleans the future market opened
steady 4 points above the day before advanced
a Hide during the day and closed steady 8
uuuiva mniYU inn. maul a musing fJllOlauUllS
Dait'B MlWV UIMUB
.12 01MAI2 12:12 IfifflU 18
.12 18(412 14 12 1;kI2 2U
12 21M12 22;12 271812 28
..11 6a)12 64
t2 60(911 61
11 3I'.11 S7
..11 8Ha)U 82
..11 l'.'Kll 21
11 26la)U 26
11 27 U 28
u mm 43
11 62AU 54
n m&u 6
111 78U 71)
Liverpool futures owned steadv. without ma.
terlal change: some months show a little ad
vance aim omen a corresponding decline
August-September. . . .
September-October. . .
October-November. . .
... 50-64 to 61-64
Tin Liverpool cotton market was strong to-
dav but no advance was reported; middlings
6 1316; Orleans 7.' The receipts wero 14t.0
bales all American. The sales were 16 m 0 bales
of whilst 10200 were American and 3000 for ex-
portation. Iu New York the market opened steady and
advanced a sixteenth during tho day clos'ng
quiet and steady; middlings; 12 1-4. bales 2633
Tho New Orleans market advanced a six-
teenth to-day ii ml closed strouu: middlings.
12 1-4. Hales 8000 bales.
Iu Galveston the market was firm and tin-
changed; middlings 11 7-8; receipts 200 bales
esles none. .
The Bt Louis market closed Arm at 13 for
middlings; receipts 49 bales. Bales 64. Bhlp-
mcnts 260. etockon hand 11434 bales.
Th cotton movement shows the consolidated
net receipts to be 11704 bales. The exports to
Great Ilrituin were 12.9W bales; France 7002;
continent. 02'Ji channel ports 2.26.1 bales. The
stock at all the porta was 8iM!i9 against 370511
tlie corresponding day last year a deficit of 10.-
Good middling ll
Htrict low middling V)
Good ordinary lu
Vmt Blupp AnK. Juna 14 1882. -Colonel
Sterling It. Coekrlli vice-president of the Col-
ton I'lnntcrs' association of the United Mates
Is one of the most enterprising planters In the
south always alivo to the cotton interests and
the material developments of the sunny land a
f untlcman of thorough culture and well posted
n th law. of political economy. His earlier
years wero devoted to the profession of tho law
and he was at one time United Stales attorney
of Alabama by appointment of UciWral Jackson
but for tho last fuity years ho has glveu his en-
tire attention to agricultural pursuits practi-
cally and theoretically. I visited him the other
day at his magnificent plantation of 1201 acres
which "stands confessed to view" lu the bend of
tho Arkansas river below the city the Hues of
th place running tin to Ihe corporate lim
its of Pine Itltiil' It la a iiagniflcent domain of
as tonne son as the sun tn his rolllnsr splendor
ever looked upon. Ills residence Is a haiulsomo
one surrounded by all the comforts that culti-
vated taste and money could lavish upon II. Ills
gardens aro tasteful and beautiful (lowers
blooming and breathing their fragrance ou tho
air and their appcaranceatlractive enough to ex-
cite the onvy of rihenstone.aud the svlvnn heatitv
of the groves which surround the premises is
just sucn a uiace as i atypso aud iter nymphs
would delight to linger iu lor a season lie has
7 0 acres In cotton ami 2 0 or 300 in corn aud
mall grain. Uuder the I in puis of tho recent
hot weather the "sun plant" so long retarded
by tho cold chilly atmosphere is now Emwlnii
finely on his plantation but his corn needs rain
As an evidence of his nubile spirit the Para.
more- Kailroad company made a proposition to
tne cineiis oi riue mini tn in. eneci mat II tney
would secure to the company 40 acres of land
they would establish th machine and car shop
uero. -i ns western pari oi tne city was prefer
ed for a location bv Ihe company but satlhfao.
tory arranironicnta could not be mail for the
purchase of lands in that vicinity on account of
tlie values laid to them when t olon.l t'ockrlll
stepped forward and donated 40 acres of his val
uable land at nominal prices and on bis planta-
tion the shops will be established.
This industry established to th. gnat advant
age of our growing young elty he now proposes
to give lands for cotton mills and 1.
agitating . through . th prat til . great
odienia mat weuw now to this tea-
tlnn If w. had Cotton mills li.ro and II M on Ui
point as to how we are . have them Uiatwiu
the oot-aslon-tar ii villi til t-Holltd ills views
by th following uiterrogalurl; - .
Correspondent Colwi.l bar Called to ask
you few nuostlno about lb "w.ttnn syndi-
cate." and also the cotton mills yon Imp. to bay
built on vour plantation. - -- - .. . .
Colonel (j. I have no objection to answering
. Correspondent Will you explain what you
mean by a "cotton syndlcalef -
Colonel 0 II Is the combination of th capi-
tal of th cotton spluners of Manchester In
Kugland with the capital of Uie cotton growers
of the United b tales to build cotton mills in th.
Corretpoiidcnl-llow Is tills combination to be
Colonel C Manchester lis now running so.
00011 0 of wplndls in cotton alone. It la the
inmost ricnesi eoiion-aiunning elty in th
World and 1. 1.500 miles inini the roium 1101a
and requires over litxv 00 of bales of cotton per
iimuiu. ft u uiiwmrgrowvrs proiiose to ptiiiu
soulb.rn cotton milk in th. .Imp. of a cross.
rin-shiry High. 100 by 2u fret each wing ngln
In tli.coutr . ihoy further promn. to grow
tho col Inn and deliver It In the mil's la sacks to
run the same a year. Tliev further propose to
(trow U provision for Hi. operatives. Th.
Mancheau-r apiiinen are to lake "stock" In
tn. mills or uut. bomts or Ih mill com
pany baarlnsr I per cut Intereat due In 20
tears to ptironas an uie necessary machinery
I make vim In tlua ntllli Thnv at in r..
nlah the boa. managers and trained operative
from Ihe Matte heater mills for three year. The
cotton growers who furnish lb. enllon are tn pay
to Uie mill four cents a pound for splinting
yarna if ii v.ii.k mnln ... is.r..vi .
th mils Instead nf bonds Ut.rtlh gmwera are
JH1!li - not Uian I per cent on th
tori. Cotton grower then Mil th.lr cotton Id
halts of yarn Instead of lint all .xptuMi b.
obiSa. .2? 5 "" " ePcnsMM foe Inter
tor ih. J ? "HX lu mill aaved. aitdalao
! of goods. Th. oouod la MlUet
f. " "or eompreslbut go to th cards aa
his eorabtnatton air la
t cotton syu(Ucate.-TUno Daiocrat ip-
CROFS AMU SEASONS.
To the Iditor of the Herald :
f Themis a great deal of tumplatnt among th
armers of Texaa. and MneHmllv a thia Mti.niv
about the seaaoua and tbey take up th. Urn in
iruiva rvareui mat wouia D Miur empwyea
In brovidlna asainst tha ettMCla n( ld buikj.
Theseasous this year however are likely to
tore a crop on tuein wnetaor they will or not.
If there shall com. one or iwo more good rains
the crop this year will b a tolerable fair one
nothing like however what is said
to be no comearUon to the - line
crops we often Dut uu here and not at all of sur-h
prouiiM auu accompiunment a to call torth th
uvmwuk uu rrjuicuig wai me people auu even
the farmers lndulra in. lmlvwt. a atmnanr
woo suoum near tu might De led to think we had
been starving for some years and that we Uvea
in country so sterile mat it was almost Impos-
sible to force a meager support Iroin the soil uu
year with auothar.
It is said continually on the street! of your
city and your cititens eat It with ureal manifes
tation of pleasurei-'Oh what nue crops! We are
making about uie finest corn made lu the coun
ty etc. etc.
Now Mr. Kilitor will yon permit the truth to
be told Just as every intelligent farmer would
tell it II he were ttiuued down to narliculara and
as all will admit wheu they see this statement?
If the rains mentioned shall come we will re-
alise a fair half crop this year and a great deal
less than a half crop will make us au abundant
supply and a largo surplus lor export. What
are me lacisr The nueateiop was so seriously
Iajured by the rains of January and February
and the diy season that immediately
followed that th. crop was des-
paired of by tho farmers much of It abandoned
and plowed up and doubtless much more would
have been If fatmers hud been able to perforin
the work. But the rains came and Uie erop was
much Improved. The lurger portion of the
crop sowu was the "Texas red May" and of the
crop put In It did not average five bushels per
acre. About one-third of the crop sown was
Medttteranean and some of It baa turned out
very well so as to get the average per acre of
that kind up to about-Uftut-n bushels. So that
one-third ol a cnu at llfieen bushels and two-
thirds of a crop" under five will not more than
make a hall cnt-
The full sown oats were very fine
and would turn out sixty to seventy
bushels per acre; but that was a small portion of
the crop not over oue-thfrtl perhaps consider-
ably Icbs while the spring sown wits damaged
seriously by the seasons which brought on rust
and other maladies that cut the yield down to
one-tnirdof a crop and ruined the straw. And
this is the oat crop.
A woise start ol corn hit. seldom If aver beeu
had. and a more uneven crop has .ucvor been
seen In Dallas comity. From the necessity of
wailing to see then replanting ana nuauy
plowing up and planting over the greater por-
tion of the crop possibly two-thirds
Is very - late and has only a
Hue appearance from th con-
tinued rains and if the dry season should now
set in It would fall With much rain II lias
grown up tender and full of sap tt Is heavy; so
that a little wind would be very destructive to
it and all dry would be death
A small portion of the crop early planted. Is
very line and will turn out welL VTltn season-
able rains and no misfortune the whole crop
may come up to the full standard.
The cotton cron ant off badly was greatly re
tarded by cool weather and bar only been
started about ten aays.
The fault of our farmers. Is In not being pro
pared for the seasons. - Vault as.
Tui bonds of the Fort Worth APeuverare
commanding good prices In the New York stock
market Thirty thousand dollars worth were
sold on Wednesday last at from 91 l-4.to 02 cents;
$40000 on Thursday at from 91 to 91 1-4 and 117-
i Won Friday at from 927-8 to i Th. bonds of no
uncompleted line In the country command as
un Mono ay articles or incororation wero tiled
In the secretary of state's office at Little Koek
Arkansas of (ho Springfield A Southern rull-
road company of Arkansas capital Ia600i4i0
Among Ihe directors are C . liogers and
James Dun of St Louis; 11. K Davidson and A.
M. Wilson ravettev He. Arkansas. The pro-
posed railway begins at a point on tlie northern
boundary of Arkansas below the line of Taney
couiitv Missouri and runs In a sotiUiwestwardly
direction to Little Koek.
The Iron Mountain rsllroad company has
made Important changes In the location of ofllccs
in uaronaciei mo omccs or the tele-
graph train-dispatcher and division superinten-
dent have been moved the telegraph office to a
point between Carondelct and Jefferson bar-
racks where an extensive yard has been made.
Tlie yard at Taylor street proved to lie rather
itmiiea lor tne purpose inooiuccs oi mo ui.
vision superintendent and train-dispatcher will
be removed In a day or two to De Boto Mo
where the company have the machine shop.
These changes will necessitate the removal of a
largo number of employes with th.lr families
who will be much Inconvenienced on account of
having homes In Carotidclel which they are
obliged lo give up. Hereafter at Taylor street
station the railroad business that will bo done
will be simply that of a wayside station. Tho
new time table has been arranged to conform
to the above changes which were made lu conse-
quence of the Increase of business aud tho de-
mand for more room.
A Chicago telegram says: Tho Wabash rail-
read aud ft Is believed the others In the south-
western pool have made a proposition to re
deem fnun scalcn or other holders of tho tin-
limited war-rate tickets at tho price originally
paid for them with 7 per cent. Interest uu the
money since tlie purchase was mado
A Ht. Louis telegram dated June 18th says:
It is stated on what Is deemed irood authority.
that the visit here last Week of President
lloberls aud other olllcials of th 1'outisvlviuila
railroad was not alone to Inspect
the property of the company as veil out
but was lu part at least conuected with a now
scheme of unless magnitude than tho building
of another bridge acioas tho Mississippi river at
tnis point u is sain wnne inese omeiais were
here tliey were lu close consultation with the
otllcialsof the other roads and that tho bridge
Croject was rrcety otscusseil. Tho scheme eiu-
raies the 1'ennsylvanla company the Italtlmoro
& Ohio the Chicago 4 Alton and the Iutllanap-
ollsiStBt Louis and Ihe project Is to build a
bridge a little north of the city at a point known
a tlie ( lulu of Korks where a good foundation
for piers can be Obtained at very moderate ex-
pense. The proposition has been talked nf be-
fore bat It Is said to have taken a more definite
shapo this lime than on auy previous occasion.
The Bhonaiuloali Valley railroad extending
from Koanoke Virginia to llagersiown Mary-
land was opened to travel on the li'th Instant
when au excursion was made over the entire
Tlie earnings of tho Chlrago Milwaukee A
8t Psul railway for Uie second week In Juu
were l9;00 a decrease nf lu0OOM compared
with Uie same lime a year ago.
Mr. II. Ik Quick late roadinastor on the Chi-
cago A l'artllc division of Uie Chicago Milwau-
kee Hu Paul Mail has been appointed to tho
posiUon nf superintendent of building and
watersupply on th Iowa division of the sam.
ThiTTilcago A Calumet Kltveled railway com-
pany was fncorporal.d Saturday the pro-
jictor. ueing veremian Learning A urea 1).
Kddy Oeorge II. Leonard and Richard H.
i nomp.cn ana in capital (loci it aaogo. it
1. propoeed to ruu trains from oin. point ou th
South aid south Ion point Dearth mouth of
in. Lwiumei nver. .- . .
In a elreular t'omnlnlotier Fink ssyr -Th.
Flluhburg rallMad gives nolle that Hi follow-
ing uamed stations en the Old Colony railroad
are now reached via lluosao Tuuuel aud Ih.
Kltehb.rg railroad at Itoston rates and Low.ll
divisions on eatt-txinnd freight in any quantity
via; norm rremini am. pntimirv. nnrtii aud.
bury routh bndbury Car II. Chelmsiord and
ttoutu vu.imsioru. i
On cotton from Dallasar as follows: 1
I'erltMl'ouud.. 1-er 100 rotinfli.
OL Ixiul .-I aa New York 1 19
Hostou 1 24 New Orlcani 86
Mutton 75 Oalveslon (ft
On local freight are at follows second-class
l'cr luo Poumis. . j'et luo pound.
.40 Qmealieeck .46
M Calvert .....ft. ...IB
...29 Mlneola H
17 Marshall la)
I. .11 AbtlfM ......nt
.....at Hig Kpring.; m
....II McKlnney... VS
W Dfiilsou... I.....M
IM Dtsnion 29
t) Whlleloro..... 44
I...M.M..M . .....ft. ... 71
morosjerlM. and dfspfinrlehcT djCKneniln
constipation pile and debility are com-
monljr ilu tsj o iiwrliM Mver. ThaiU
menu nr readily removtKl tad eutwl by
Blmmons Liver ReTulatoiw4l mtrely veg-
THIS DALLAS HERALD THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 22.
M Asia. sua a Hlssulf M CatsUKIat tc
B-alciiam uhjwt ta tks CsmstsmsUm!
Aatioa Aa KahlbU stt th Paltry rara4
To th Democ ratio Party of T.xaa;
Acsjtim Juu U laitt. In again offering my
self as a candidal for th suffrages of th peo
ple of T.xaa for th offlc of comptroller of pub-
lie account subject to th action of th d.mo-
cratlo state convention I deem tt proper under
existing circumstances to orteny present my
views aa to tn aunuuisirauou or tn omce
Till SYSTtH I RAVI ADOrTCD
and the principle by which I have been guided.
In th beginning of my a.tnlul.traUon ol th care and an atteuUou .dually prompt aalf pre-
oftlce of comptroller I euterrd gradually on an ..nted by auy on. lu person.
what wouldcoudue. best to th interest of the
slate the preservation of private right aud
th. i-onveufenoe of persons secklug luformaUon
for purposes connected with their profession In
Since the laws went Into lore In 1876 author-
ising sales of lands for taxes Aral sales occurring
iu IH7'.. there has been a steady Increase of busi
ness In the form of Inquiries for Information
of the condition of lauds at to taxes aud fur re.
relief Irom .mbarraasmeutt from tax sales.
Each year under the system requiring sales
ror taxes tumunes nav occom more ireuueut.
as laud-owner wer aroused to action to free
their titles from cloud until th. mass jf
COKkmVOMlaNl HA. IMCHEASKt)
to an exteul that from the commencement of my
otiietai term up to in present a period oi on.
year and a halt the volume or inuulry and cor-
rospoudeuc exceeds that of the preceding
Again in isi taws were passed autnorutng
sales ol lands In unorganized onuutics and
also payment of bixea by nou-resld.uts of or
ganised counties at tne omc. oi tn. comptroller
up to iieceuiuer i oi tne yearoi in assess-
ment. In 1879. tax-payer war. prompt In making
tneir applications ior suttemeuts ana lax-lii is.
loug prior to December 81; and the clerical force
was able to lu a measure keep pace with the
applications and sttsud to Ihe business with tho
sain snuwoi pioinpiuess.
In lfvso payinetits were deferred In many In
stances by ag.nta and owners until late lu the year
ana tne mass ol uusiuess. consisunir ol exam na.
lions statements and receipts and keeping up
proper records with attendant corresiondelico
was largely increased and those unacquainted
with details expected it to be done within a
poiIcki mat was inadequate lor lis perfection
lu 1881 payments of these taxes In unorgan
ized counties and organized counties together
were deferred until in December lo such an ax.
lent that biiiinesi that should in Proper order.
havo been distributed over four mouths was
concentrated In tho form of applications in one
month. The great Increase lu the volume of
bustuess edited to litese embarrassments.
lu the meantime active work was in progress
ior malting sax saien at toe comptroller s oincVi
Ol inuns iu iiiiy-sevcu uuurKauizcu counties.
All these works were required to beaeoom
pllshed prior to March 1st 18H2. A limited cler
ical force was all mat couhl be eniolnvfd with
out serious detriment to the public service In
other works of equal Importance in which the
unaiicial Interests of the state aud protouUun of
private ngnia were invoiven.
The result of this mass of biislneu hnluir
forced Into the office In the latter part of 1880
ana ihHi was mat taxing Dimness in turn there
wero delay in applications receiving iskal ac
tion In many lustaucet fur three or four months.
In these transactions thousands of tracts of
land were involved anil the utmost care was re.
quired to avoid errors.
A careful consideration of the
oiuiuTS run which tut ooMiTKOLLgn'a omct
will present the following analysis of business
First It devolves on tho comptroller to tee to
th collection of the revenues promptly aud to
require on tne part oi tne various ouilectlnir of
ficers throughout the state Uiat the revenue! bo
placed lu the treasury
This Is the first areat oblcct of tho enmntml
tar's branch ol the exeeuUvo department. With.
oulefflcleucv and vigorous rcuuirements on the
part of the olMce and promptness on tho part of
collectors in tins regarn tue treasury is -depleted
creditors are forced lo sell their claims
at a ruinous discount. Ihe credit of the stata is
Injured a necessity ior increase of taxation to
supply tno want oi money collected
but uat paid Into the treasury will arise and a
general unhealthy stale of financial attain will
With snch amplo resources such large values
that yield revenues from taxation and with a
general disposition under our Dresent tax sys
tem on the part nf tax-payers to Settle their duel
to tne state more can b
NO MCESSITT I 0.1 AMY FINANCIAL TROl'M.ta
(n this state. If the revenue officers commencing
with the comptroller do their duly in accordance
witnineiaw. inistney can uo without op
pression to the tax-payert aud usually without
serious inconvenience me taies.tnen. being col-
lecteu it remaius on tne part oi tne revenue oill
cers tn deposit the same In the treasury.
I have given Instructions to be depaitcd from
oniy utraer extraordinary circumstances requir-
ing all accounts of revenue officers to be settled
on July 1st. This It ilio law and it is Uie duty
of the comptroller to tee It enforced first for the
advantage oi the tax-payers second or the pro-
U..tl.(. ..f lha T.Il.lM .M lh.M ll.l.-l tm
i mui. ua ...v ....ai. viiiwib. aiaau aaaa Ulti-
mate benefit of all honest collectors and fourth
for Uie protection of the surcUu of
ortnose wno may be in dciaiill.
Without disposition to oppress or to be tin.
necessarily rigorous. It lias laieu my constant
aim to place our revenues on a certain stable
ami assured looting.
Hlnce January lb.il I have caused suits to be
intuuiKU on over
rot it iiiiNiinnn thousand dollar.
of account for unsettled balances for nasi years.
It Is true this amount of aciual money Indebted-
ness did not exist at credit papor which were
withheld until tulu were brought represented
large sums: but It was necessary to InsUlute leoul
procceuiug. in uruer to aetermuie tno actual
The action of the comptroller-In the Unc of his
official duty as Indicated has received
tn support ana co-operation :or many
of the tax collectors throughout the
state. At many of them have reported the
correctnesi of tlie statements of account scut
iiiem June isi ins aniicipatea tliey will le pre-
pareu to muau complete settivment uy jtuy 1st
. TliasICONP LIAPtNd PPTY
of the uouiplroUer eunl In Imimr-
tauco to the first above ttated
it to credit accounts agaiust tlie
state aud draw his warrum authorising the
treasurer hi disburse the reveuuet in settlement
Ol ine same.
lu aniltungclaltns the utmost care must be em
ilovcd: and it not unfreniieiitlv occurs that In
te rested parties feel that they are aggrieved at
ruling of the comptroller actuated by no other
disposition tbaa to protect the Interest of the
stale as well as tho individual in anordan..a
with the law. luterureted aceorilluir hi hla lunt
10 collect revenues ami to disburse tho stme
for the support of the government constitute tho
It might be tnld that here th functions nf Iha
Olhciw cease and when these points aro reached
in. uuuca at reiatea to tne state aud tier credi
Third Hut there aro other
IMPORTANT IMOInSMTAL VltNrTinH.
that are required by law on account of th.
comptroller being In possession of records not
found elsewhere than lu hla department
A large mas. nf th oorrcspondeuo of th
oiikco it in relation to the con
tents oi tne records uie cor.
rcsimndcnc Itself and work Involved
thereby Is to great that lot) clerks .ould out keep
pace with Ik
i ne auojcci matter or tins eorretpond.nee
may ne consioorea in two classes i .nail brief-
ly refer to loam In Ui. order of Uialr Importance
rtrai un accoiiiits?! inisiates.il landowners
Doi otronirh cuipnhimy imt boiwt mutiktH
oiH. mi aitiint of ntlHetof ointHjra vlu-rw
are thousand of tracu of land Involvnl with
tax Utlrt and otherwise enibariaasvd. Uxpen-
stve litigations are i-eiullhg and clouds are on
nomostvea. or wnicu owners are in Ignnrenco
They seek Information In person by tellar or
by agent. With whalclaslca) force I havo at my
.11111 iniiii iiiip riMft .ai iiiipiiiajaa tuini in OnlOr
receives attention: and. Ineatrume pautea whn
th prmrvalioti of a right about In be forfeited.
i. in queaiion Dimness any even be susinudcd
In Ihe other two clastel of raact
This action I. the mora linmirtant iiiianu tt.
the comptroller' otnne alone cau the reoorda be
louini ou wnicn uie rigut of uie oltiteiit d.-
f" i ne uivestiiraiion oi I nun rssos Is
tedious ami . aa aettlemeut of
ajuesinini oi ngiits uctween Oilltcns depend! on
accuracv Of Infin-mslllin In ba had aliana In il.a
aHnpiniurr whk- un grenieti acenracv it re
tiireu iiiis iiraiii-n oi tne oiitce ii ol great
iuiHirtancA ami uusiuess oi wnp-n I am about
to speak I. not permitted to retard or Interfere
w lift It
Hoeond As staled Ui.re ar reoordi k the
muiptruiier. oiuce not evistipg elsewhere.
nere is a i
i larsre bn.tr of timrslnnal
gsged i buying aid celling land paying taxes
a . ana otuerwiw engagM iu business nf
tltl. charaa-U-r. to whom It Is both linpurlantand
ssiyaiitftaBcfniB to nav a .nowienge or in own-
r nf lands and their mliUtma Th..
sometime steal r. lnfhrtnatlnn aa im iha awn...
shlD Of th entire body tit land In a avnHi
Many other Iniiuiile of this nature frtt Itifns'.
tnatsoa tb.t would n doubt materially aal.t
w paisw uueiueaa ar. pratHniteu It ktal bf.0 '
my dWLe In gtr. this Information aa faraa
praaioaoi aiwr ousapleUJuj au tnnlns br-
tofor referred to.
Th ilerloal rorc I Halted ami with
so many extensive aDDUoatlons. I bavben
Ibread to distribute the IntoraiaUVtn aakad Aw.
and partly aufjr th requesb of so many. In-
sm4 of allowing a tuouopoltiutg of alerlcal
A IW ravoarn imirisn
whether they appear by letter or la person.
Although the clerical fore of the otllc cannot
undertake the eltausire works I have iitveu
vryoonvenlennhappllcan'a by fumlshlug
iwwwi uuun auiwrvisiun lor meir peiwiuai
tiupecUon and they ar allowed full liberty to
make examinations aa far as the uecvMltle of
the offlc In the use of records will permit
roarui nav auoptea tn rut mat Dullness
Of any character whatever (resented thcotltoe by
leiwr sntu receive all tne consideration and
The corrt'SlMindulit at a dlatanea la nn eoual
footiug with Uie Deraoual aunlirant. and I have
In every respect endeavored to conduct th
otnee for the couveuleui- of tho public both In
lu immediate vicluty and lu distant parts of th.
1 am not unaware of the various
CAUSES THAV AIA Y aAlMBkrsEI.rNH
against ail couneuted with tho revenue depart-
ment. T hv comptroller Is nearer In contact with evarv
cltlsen than any other olllcer of Uie government.
Taxation reaches every clllsca The
comptroller in pursuance of law require
collectors to make prompt seuleinenuc. the col
lector in turn must require ol tno citizen prompt
payment of taxes.
in eases or nardhhlu ami d stress It is but
natural the citizen should feel Uiat the
chief revenue olllcer Is hard and oppressive.
It..' Iu...l ...i r... . . . ..
uua aaiivao miv avm lur lllACa nil)MJ HIT
rvnci. iioiten nappeus that no reuei can De
granted and the power of the comptroller not
being uuderitood.ho 1s bkiucd- for hit refusal
Advices ar sought that. either belonir to tho
legal profession or con.eri.iiig such question
as do uot come under the comptroller's Jurisdic-
tion. His replies are represented as tiuaccomo-
datlng. Parties present Cialms against tlie
state ulten fatally defective In form and with-
out proper authentication They are ' re-
turned for vmeudmen'. The comptroller
lschargod with unnecessarily einharrassinir tho
citizen by useless formalities. Accounts are pre
sented ana eiinor rciuscq or decreased com-
plaluts of inlusttcd almost Invariably follow.
Tims it will be seen llSe iclmlnistrlillon nf the
oftlne In thepreseulstnte of nll'airs. Is attended
with unusual dliUcttlties; ami that . discontent
should sometimes arise is not surprising.
In conclusion. I have but lo bay that should I
be again honored by the ttillugesof tlie democ
racy in convention and ey the people lor tho
Important position of comptroller of public ac-
counts it will be my earnest endeavor to prac-
tically administer the vast and complicated bus-
iness of the oillco lu haimouy with the system
herein set forlb.
W. M. Hkown.
C. A. KEATINO
OrO I KEATINO
0. A. KEATING
Stata A (lent fur
Erie City Engines Boilers & Saw Mills
AKD UnlU 8TEE1. BABB CO..
Furst A Bradlev. Plows (mlktvalnni and
Bulky ltakea J. 1. Chase's Steam and Horse
rower Machinery and duller lu other First-clami
juiuw uituiM lexaa
Chicago Scale Co.
OHIO AGO ILL.
300 VARIETIES of SCALES
Beit Quality. Lowent Price.
700 Lb. Cotton lloam and Framo. $15
I . v
2 TOJf $4o 8rrox aro 4 TON $10.
pa-sin m iiianuairu mil n vacn ecaie.
rValenr.ll kinds at lnf 1 nrl.a A I.n Wind
Mills. (Ills! Ililla VaanlnSVltflll. It..
I'nrn Hliallnn ll.il.llna. n.nkla. ' tt..1.1.
- 1 rorgca .na niacsstniuri Tool fur r armor. etc
I Bcmi fur I ric l.ltt.
Mitchell & Scruggs General Agents
. niy-w-Bin - UAiiLAis TEXAS.
Vftfttl MUt th
v ftifaaraaw f JLM
M ! Mlitl lt
llsMfc-siarvM. IfeMiitr Isaaeiaaag remal.
. a 4laaa.ft.ftia IfttDauitta aal Mamrlat
AfaaMsaa. seMlallg .trrat.4 annul t.ia.1.1
at ttn Ktln. 1 .11 etlw So ltX uaw
ss. ftft la aaraatri Sj tmMtt lialanl a. xiO.
I 'TT""" snai IwsMr. riMaWj Mat It a44rMa
sallimH.MrtllUa.aaiaaa U k ... ft Ww. 1
AsststM. . tATa las. ta at sa. ua al
KviNMr-M 1 ? UiUr Bit Htd jtn ihb
lo b htt' niV U hftt UU you f '
Bim MMmd"" yon tt T wu
With lb bttTft Itut niyb and got tttudr nilit.11
Mtrmutr-Ki U ao (tvu tUm look ol
tour h.t "
Bit MMf-" Tl rlM'l mfMt Ilk hit bt)f
'fffuti to hi kindvr wallftij up1 iimI m if A htA
Botloti lo hul ftiid th iit N tatrtbU."
trmng9rli If you t Iku. of
Dftlia Airiut on er tw Oixi will pni b4
mm ten thfti tout (fit.cU wnuld rt('tlitJlla
Bim HMCl-'M'Udoftujr Ituag tw Kutc.dof tit
tbt tiii ftiul tufiVrlnf .'
Thti mtUTta mdf urti thnt ttrrlbl bwl
Aeh. elftnM th toatwli unUtU tb bow.
lock tb liTt r r.WT oan.ttrkt.aH u one ftnti
$im th bllo ft chftDC to . It hftt bcitinth
riopilw a1 tftnttutl rminy for rauiliration tuU
DkiinMi neb htftsUeh bnutburR Mia totuftcb.
and ait tuni teuulag ft rtftl iUo ftott r't'riil
por tit or phyif
It nfmr btueftti Br fripct.ts'ti In wtwtir
obm to i )nt to dlt)l)Uul tuil rfiiaUA
drink that tmrybwly tik it.
It iMlourla fttii oooU th brtlo flnUt Ibft Mrfftt
and t ft ww ftttf no fot tb bdftch of tftdi.
It mltiftiUt tb of rbufnaUtui and govlf
rlifM 1 id nt y and iiimry troubltt nd pTii la
lUf vtKl) tr UI a ywLSDViiw i bhsi itsav viisu nil tauw
kft o ftqaftl in cntini ft tmitimatid rWuVtl. it U
ior PvraooB jrnottrni roc
marcnisDia aierst monftiu. nteiorT nftaaa
dtU. tMhri ftnd HI ptitinn who lnd emmy
eonflntd lifo and art lubjiict to hradaoh dlfiini
and torpid bowU. If yoq ar trobUd with
cofttod toiiKuot foul hrtftth to of ftpptttt or gtn
aralalt)Kehnt Bill?' Bulmo Aprtnt will ourft
jou. it rriorm pu wors id mi ptii u tno
IiUuant and paltttbl. and It much chtuvvr In fatt
t la a rBuliu fftuitly mdlln choit wttbln IUlf.
It iparkl and foam juit like a glaw of lodft
water and Ii juit aa pltanant. 60 ieuta and ao.d
fftf y-wbtra. it V. l)oaooi.a A Co.
Proprietor Lonbittla Xf.
A WOMAN'S REMEDY.
M CerUIn ftg tnd pcrlndi of woman' life tfatrt
Tb eomjiUuiU anii Irri'Rularttt fnpardlu 1
Hirl'a I if tt .tiitotn and follow up nd bannl lb
uiarrlvd woman until ftfur th " turn of Ufa.11
Horn bt hadabM. wlmmuii( of lb bftd
mantal and narvoa pruttration bltiishad chk.
blood I m lip HfalM ri luudd bratnj wbtl
other tutTar with painful lrrularitl utrln di
placmuu arid uior( btrial itm pbyilcal
1 prMtrttiua chronic Uuforrhta. ehlortwla uppta
ion lot of ktiivttiU.toTtutan dtiaikidnT afba-
tiuu tc. wbiob in numrou nd in tpuaptlft
flu iMnvu.aion loianitf and dath. Tbatft ar
naraiif in roam or laaiMOUun. All ftjmalaft 1
mowth clftH of oonDlalnta wa allnda In. Raw.
lad! all thai troubla tan b ftvaf tad ftod etix4
W ban nroef from tkonaaad.
- Or. Dromgool' BaglUb rm1 Bittar will nr
Crtm aaunq ana wii win mau 70a ftaitb) aai
appt-wlU maka von fl Ilk a uw woman aai
e miataka. told bv all Irusa.aU al tl.on. gaaal
tout ftddrM for a torn of Pr. Dromool'a VaaaUff
Dbo.hool. 4 C ' -HoerlftiotLoainlU.Iy.
Perry & Cos Pens
Htaiimlit Iiaw.w. rylfTnMni aivUui rt Pawwta
Frnaiuut for trial bjr uiaU on novivt ofa& ctoWk
a th. World.
For Psle bv Pehneider & Davis. Wallace A
n.ggouer. aim n. i. bouu t o. Dallas Tex
lavpslors of small and medium
emouatii In drain I'mvisiona and
h.mls m fully iiili-ti- n. niost
i-s ivosivii am i innuMiiiai oiiorauirs.
iMir siici-enu'til niiy tried old as
.. liilHiftlieal p!n i. Try It. Hnirt.
WHEAT "entw.H-Klv.dlvidniiils paid month-
Iv. hi.nd at oiien for fiitilatiatair
eirenlur. and I nst rxciml. vtiK.
Dirlileiidspuid diiriui: pitattlilrtwn
M.Mitl.B on Oil. 11111.1 vi.al.TI tier
slmrn. Ail.lrnss M.r.MMtNIl .ft
e-i.ri- !.-".M." Jd 1-aS.all
T We want a lival .peril In
evury town. Rt.-wllent Indue
ituuits. (torait r.y tn a reanoiisi-
iilo. enternrlsl:.e isau. Uni. i.a
hi. ai naminai snaiftftn.ana aim Itanfttatno. it.
Nal anuau. . ih aOaalM fta. Tto
SiaaaaliftaaUMa a.i.Uaaa..w In a
r tfa.rftiMr; ft-MMta M Un. VftH aarf. iN.iaM ha.
aaaaai (MM a U ftaf. artM MtlatWa.
w. aa. 1 1 i ua aaa
t tm k -d 1ft. mm m t mmm tAatM. mt hM a Mm
&a vary ted a. .at la. kak. ptvla baa. pnnciaa.il aa
Uioaftaftalft a raauUa I i ai .lain pitoaiaia. ai- 111.
aad itasfth. aa nrW of lll..m HSon haTraad by
ala CaaaalM valaaata aaraaarltaftiasa
lor Ik. oars at Marveu. aad Fhntaal batiHllvXa.
Vital llyDriys Mamorr. Paapondaooy. and the
waaaw. waaaft D Oaamfn tVyapil OO Of DTaTWOT. Oft UT
toasrar unarm .oaror.la.aftas
tsyf oi un wax. mftjl.aiaiavl TrM ti adatraatlaa
W. f. JAfffftal. M D. I.W Vr.Otii ! Olnctmiatl jf
A PUSIMVE UUL
iU.yp SOU BI.K MKUII-ATKD Dom.'Et.
v f o?""' "rt' I"" fine lx
I I II'Mtc. iir c in four d.ti a or lear.
miJLl ""l ewUuaive rase no
lUitb'rof hnw long rtnnuini. . N
r.idilwn.s. t im .wwn.ln .Pnaiuc dyaprr.
Ua.l.T nArl"S "a"nn Ihealonttclu
an il-V il-lla 'V 'i"'ViaorinillM
tyita inrc' rcrtis n r.si fi.n uh
'' '-taiAalH Jnldl aircct.Jiew Ywv
METROPOLITAr LIFE U NVEILEDI
VtrilKltltf litltinil. WO !' 1M tttrtrslleiit
llavaa'ln aalaarteaaf hkah aaft) lawllf.1 Aantla.'.
ba-.nftiift ef prattf rtataarai etly-s rlak aa Vaar
iMrtooiaanaiSUaw at Vaaaa4evo i rala a(laaaaal
"'I naaxT-Baaaiaa ftaftuftaTaaraaa-llani tasmiarDIa
seal vmiftui vaa.io.aaii sianaan kisrveraiBtatt.
IMvaiauoaei rra. iinat
m Eusiicny .
"ItPfy rp TIT
WITH VftHv T
VXT B 3 1 S n
"jj"""1' ""' t
ElutratJ Marrtag euld. M0 pan ajatt
and gtlt binding H eaata m. la paper covtn ...
enta: Manhood it) otmta; Womanhood ';
eratag rmphlt I aanta itearely esuVs ky
ui. wim saosey or postage suuapa. tr
w H1TT1IR. the srreai snuulaiiAt. all Hi. Charlal-
street m Lonla. Mo.
wlf you are skeptical and."
will come to Atlanta Qa. w V
will take your case TO BE
PAID WHEN CURED lit
Write for little book of Cures.
Will be paid any Chemist
who will find on analysis ot
100 Bottles S. S. S. one par-
ticle of Mercury Iodide of
Potassium or any Mineral..
suostance. -. '
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.
For Bait) bj All Draigliti.
TUB GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY!
It a never-falling enre
for Nervous Debility
lnal Weakness Bper
tnatnrrhtea la OUT
ey 1'aralvils and all
the terrible effect of
rlelf Abnse youthful
follies and excesses Id
Dialuror years such a
Lois of Memory l.s
slun Aversion to ftocle.
ty Dimneu of Villon
noises in tne ueaa. tno vital ntua rtssing rrnoD.
served In the mine and many other disease
Uiat lead to Insanity and death.
THK BNOLIMH MEDICAL TNHTI rTJTB
wlll agree to forleit Five Hundred Dollar for
a case of this kind the VITA L KK8TOK ATIVB
(under their special advlco and treatment) will
not enre or for anything Impure or injurion '
found In tt. TUB KN4ILI8U MEDIOA1 IN-
8TITUTK IrcaU all Private Disease ttiooessfully
without mercury. Consultation Vte. Thor-
ough exumlunti.n and advlee. Innlndlng analy. -
sis or urine uu i nce oi viiai ne.iornuve(
HI. 00 a bottle or four timet the quantity tlO 60;
sent to any address on receipt or once or t'. o 1)
(no C 0. 1). sent withont 11 enclosed a a guar
antee) secure from observation and In private '
name If desired by KNUUSH BIKDICAI. '
INUTlXllTfti:.71Hmiaaa..l.aMat Off TfHila AILaaaa
- - -"a aaa ..aa n.a.T. . .a aaavaaaa a a.
Wholesale Agent w. u. uywii.iL tt UKO.
Dallas. Texas. '
"mom"? H8TAUU8HED 1851 Jau
Afej 'Jtlji Pt Louis. Is still treating- al I
r i rrivat.rlervoua.hronlo
aud Kpeiiial Diseases ftper-
(Sexual Incapacity) Female
Diseases Irregularities Dlf
fli'llltlcs. atn .1.11. aillaaa. .
tend 'ifi cciiti (In stamps) to
nay express rhargea on t
''valuable work" cnUUcdl
'-Diseases of Wunioit. eta.'
fVork ou CitaoNic IHsiAtga-
J one .tanin. Victims of
bel aliuse or I'riva e Dlseas o. .end t stamps for
ilkiiuatxo works on Nervous and Sexual Dil-
ate.. Consultation nerwiiiallv orbv loiter Ka
Consult the old doctor. Thousand onred. OIUco
In quiet private respectable place.
lectahle place. You ice no
Dr. riarke Is Ih. only phy-
one but the doctor. Dr. Clarke Is t
tic I.n In the elty who warrant cure or no nay.
anuuiuiut. .em vverywuere itutire a. m. to
8j. m. J
017 St. Charles Street SULonliKe. .
A lrilr iralatM of la.H.laial OsllftM kai bat. Ian (a
Of it 4 la Ih. ftjMl.l uwawalaf all Vaneraal SJ..ua
and C'hront. Dlaaaaa. Ui.b aav athar etavudua la .l
laoulft siellj aprftlio.aut1 all el ratllftau sao.
SvDhili.. OanorrliaiaU QlaaL tlrlahii. Orahl
lis. H.rnia. ar Rutaluaai. all lirlnapit Diaaaaaa anal
Byphililie or m.reerl.l avTeclion ef ih. threiit
. in r benes imul wlta aninlaxl ! m
fcU'ilitlftailSft prl.clplH. Baf.lf PrlnMy.
6p.nn.4.rrhi.. Sexual Ofbilily mtt Imp
t.ny s. is t-.uiiof H.ir-.b.ftlti aatk anaal asaxiftat .
lu u.iaiiir j.r or otlar aftuin au. ahi.k pioaliiM mm
I Ih. tollnalu. MMii aerirfta.ua MSftlaal HiUil.nl
..Slaty .lainftuof alitit .f-ailviuaBVir. plnptM on ih.
. J stiVleslltftr.aiftft.lun toftaMlftt.rT.iaftlM ftAafiHlna '
altilrftalau .1 ftiaal paaftr ate Material raiarraage- '
IS. !.. I nutl.. WUn.a.aftilla ftralft. ftai-ftlslxa tr
tmwUs. ftusipa CuD.uluii at estiaft or br small IWa.
aoAlnvliW.aOl.nJti Uli ar bJ .iloltiBftaliKilSln.
wit.. II U letoQimlf-ai so vialt lA.alfy for ImaMiMat
tftrdulBftaBkfta.ntbf Bt.arftirafto.w7lv.ra Cur.
(MVMfloiirftl.A.al. Uir.lt. guulaTa I g la I P. H.
. rtmpUst for Ilea 1 tttasi In WoaN i SUapt
MARRIAGE I pliR.
rffik i GUIDE:
Sltgant eloth tndgtlt blading a.alxl tor too..
sa ptftt or eurr.ay. Ufftrtrnra.a1ftTr.l paBjiieiBna
traa lonlft) anlilMoelba f.kawlftftaK)fal IU aa.f
aaany. ko aal hy. Pnraar ar la ftARrrv. Wka amwrr-
nt Maao4. WoftMisaail. PbaaUal S.t. Tt..Srciia
sallbat U.4 fta.raa. W taft .bo.il &wrfi Una Ufa an. h.a.
RftaMaaftb.laftrMfta4. Tka rbrftfelaa;o(aVv4Mtk.a.
ictftaMrftMra. TSom tm.rr1 .rroiiu-vp4Mba BM-r1.f
ftbaal. rmd iu lt.nbtuk.rM.eftlla4ia1 BaaMeUv.
faataaSftrM aa4ay. l'fttlarft4llMa. wax aa aha.
lu! B. um Ml trasaa. k ftte. ftaaJL BaaftMJ ii
t""! tvs'Jt U rrtvl. in l InuM tn aayaua
pa JACQUES BJftr
" " .. ftaaarlmaa u a taftalatft4 bk-
?!" i'r"ilBs. Br t la tlxat Iftraa. at lbs
all ftalaklUbr. .tW agwaialarlM.a .l.al Wat
. aaal lni.Hu all rtul stila u.aorrka
(Ileal tn.ox .'ft mn la Urn ). Al I aft Ik
aaM. rea.ltls. rraa ft I ..aa aaftanftft er tiMMir.
nolaallf aaraj ear Ilk ak saaiuiaa. Alelei traa
Caamaa ba. Call eal aee Ua lih-uAa aaalasUaal taaata
kesa el Itaftftaa arall aharia
Ijaytsa l lor tvi ruxn miUm. Iim I
i. V. M T F. M. Infer toa II tl7
MAHUIAOI UUIDB M t-AIIM t.
Or tfabaatvaa l "VwrftHblft CafanaV UannuMtoaaa
it? ."!!"." "u"" It eesual nitaa. or nVotiS
ar ik.1 .c-r-'-s.".""!.
lH sMlMlba- M U Lka eaBeAtarata -- - - - - " P'"
nY."A" .a a tHS
RaiTaae aitsit war
onilerM .IM a 1 auldli.t2 ZTZlrZ'T'
lata bariia Ihalr vrata. lu - JT
M cLr ::iv5:j tj.F'iS
a - m m "7 j-m
tUrTfllMIIB atU TAUJITf IU
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