The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 285, Ed. 1 Friday, October 20, 1882 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DALLAS HERALD FRIDAY MORXING OCTOBER 20 18S2.
TUP. DALLAS DAILY HERALD.
" ' IX M.LIrr HAM..
Evsrol at t'ue'roMnlEo at luluu u Second
Ciut& mull mittcr.
t KllttV ttUTOIIt'.K 'ill. 1XH)
!w t!i"M r.ii'li' !i 'utrnsters burnt n;; In air
tLrli loiurr.i' in an Kcj .tian cnuit will
Ui (.'lur.'.e.l tlie oi'"'lllM'y a"l'r
Aiiaiii is in hit.' hick.
IiAki'asu. ;-art Jt Iliw an enUm-
I 'j lie reovptiun. II. s Mar tlimili i iu-
tially ditiinif.l for a t .ue liy the breaili ol
deli astern !. lion tlmiins in allies woiikti
It is estimate'l tluit live hundred euliuiJ
men. heretofore ret'iililieaiui voted tin' tlein-
(Kiatio ticket in I'itieinnuti. 'iliirly til
them ..tool at tlie polls all tiny and I't-tlilleil
the stiiilclil ileiuot'ratii ticket.
I'll t: Norfull; A Western railway 1ms Let
ILlc I oa tin- l.rnidnii t-ttH'k exeliiui)'e. This
if f mistake mil is tl.o llrsl southern nuul
to lie tluis Invert il ami im an excellent iiitlt-x
a -t to it.t substantiality.
No'!!r.AT!l.'.S iiV Ciipi'l'l'sll I'tllltilUlU to hi'
made iS'.nif t.f lluc embryo h'f;islatnr.'.
lis . t- an oxi'ii-ujinly t lrrt ti-nn in which tn
level in tin .mis tif (shiry to hit won mi the
liiulorU'al t! . j r nf tin' ri'iirrsi'iitiitivi'.i hall.
IMm:miuw ui j rtvilaUinf life in Dip iiiior
tin- cmiilry. Wtiuli! i.r.-ltT to sec Ihmi dt liv-
01 Oil of Hull often h.iiit.'d at oiiinion as to
ih'tcatisc.s v.liii li lei! to Use tli'slruiliuli ol
li Is ce!ie rally rli iiti.L-t I that a comet is
tli': foriTimiit r of very ilire calamities hut
tli trail is to hf roiii'iattilali'd on the lett
(hat our res;.'iit celestial visitor is tiltinc
tii'.ity fitiiv i. Jit ii ittitst riii'itl rati ami is
liavil i; no I i nl i i t-llivls linliiiul.
Tin: raif is i!t-;.;i'iu-i :it 1 11;;. Out of Ins up.
lil'u atior.s for a position oa tint iruinln
ship Jl.'niicsolit ft't week only lifly-two
We. e pu'.st'd. III. to ho iVKi'i'tti'tl I'rratly
tli ut :iain:i;: so many youths uppo d to hi'
I he best in tic country tin ilc'-eiierucy was
W mat lit'd.
'J 11 1: Tc r.tifs.si t- Ice.ishilurc have lcl'l a line
opi:tii! in whit li u iiiiiiiaturo elf-doral
rtiiiiiiii-sion ccu'.il f!j?ure v. i 1 1 Miirllii'i: . !
f.v.l. Tin rrvuhiiian.i iviilt'iitly lliinl. thai
the cut will ht'P their way in that statu
ni'xt in ii 11 1 1 1 us the secretary nf the cmi-
fie: .i;oi:a! iitiiiinilli'i is very anxious that
there should he no nibbline; over this Haw
in i(ir-Tt".slonii! lilies.
JIon. John .'.!. aut the inilciif mlcnl ro-
Hi.iliea!i eantli intc for governor til IVnioyl-
Vania In a spiecli at Willicsluirrc rcfcrrini'
to Ihe result ol the Ohio clrcliun said thai
the tli'leat nf tin republican iurty in that
stall Was duo to the odious personal rule
Hide and that lr A. ! iiinia.n who
tlci-ps In his. urave is still dear to tin-people
ufl'-it tu'.ivc stale.
Mi-.i iimi As:srXT I'hsim is ii. u t! kn i:i;a i.
I'i.mi.h's n port h'.iohsi'ik po-ta! tervieein
a lii;!i slat e nfi t'.U'ier.cy and that uj-ratify
int i edui'lio'.i id' expehilil lire with increasi-d
B'.dltilS is now heinc ell'tcteil. To I X
roi iMAsn.i: Hkm:i:ai l.ti.s must he .11-
COiiled the p:ai-e fur. haeii:;; taken the
initiiit.i.y sli ps in ileaiiMii; Ihe department
Ol tin' siar-r 'tile t'orruo'ioi iiud pluciii"
it upon it I'.eitMl'.y a id seli-supporliiif! has;.
- - - .
Mi. Cioui.k Ai t.i sri s hAi.. hiuiself a
Ri'iuiine Uoheiiiian e.ives the follewiiiK tle-
Bciiptioit f:"il.e order: "The hall mark of
' your tiue r.o.i:iia:i is tluit he divllncs to
own hiiu.-t'if it M.lijnt of Mrs. (Iriindy. lie
litis iiaa:. Ipnicd hiuuflf I'rtMii eonvenlioii-
alilles ami s'tiuos and dot s his own wt.rk
in his own way. ToaTaiue and clmrily me
aiiuniR tlie lead!:): chut.ii'lcnr.tics i f llobe-
iniio! the ;;i i.i.in.'. not (lie shunt touulry
k'it undc'.V...t..l." If I'.ii- be true who
wouid not lie n .lli l'i'tnian '.'
HiiiMiNi.'i v. A lab. .nut. is a conspicuous
e.v.ilnpli of the lapid liiilusivial tleve!op-
Di.'id now p.-' loii.c id tc soi:h. Tea
.V" !. H.'.ii t'u- t-:to el' l:';!'.iiii: li'im W1W
sr.'.voiaitled bv vii;:lii forests.
the opulatioii .f tin pl.u e
' pU'j.'Ui popuhi-
J l.c ; eai.i it;;o
ti m is iMii.;
inn.uint inve. I
' l 1'.""'. v.hiNt th.
ill the lllanv.'.aclu.-.. ol" i.'.
it -Ml Miotic ill tl;! di
Will i'-:;ieil'. I' e b.'.n
l. ):!h" i.i.'.v.ul'n'
a'no lloti: M.'i llii'ie.
'iel i f l!!riuiii:!i
'liroiuele: " I'lte
8'lie 1 M't.i'bll'a'l v!
' ran a nui.kin Xn
Vo;L ai'd Habbed a nuiubi-i- nf wmuui
paints the nical of las Mlt"vUii u nfsenr
luii'itii'Miiid c;alil;s in this ccuntry. This
"Ail who tli I such deadly work luis boo i a
f.tiiiiKa:' li-'.ire in Sow ori; s;eots for
many yearn. With his iatlu r ho paraded
lliondway e ifh h'Uini:a si;;it which bore
a uiubliiigstovy of their fancied wroiiKn.
They were renrded as iuolVensivo lunatics
liul the result lia shown that they oukIiI
IKtl (o huvo been allowed a lar ;i. lteatli
ronuived t!u father out or liarni and no
(luiibl lilt Km added' to the sensn 0f m-
fiilment ml wren nnnted i.y tlu atm
nilil it broke all boundi and led t0 the
iti wl trnieJily. There should be mime law
IiaiueiUiitleal willtoan's of this klmlatid
to preserve the public from the menace of
Tn lamentable altnlr tolenraplieil from
Teunoisee this .iornlni? was between two
( orllireeortliomost prominent 'partlea In
tlialalate. Major (Cossimwasthemem.
ltM frmiTemieBieeoftlm national e.xeru.
live committee for the democracy 1 the
MAimvuwerettinonK llie most prominent
nd bent known men In the state of Tenn..
eo. Ifourcan.llUteforKovrnor.boula In-
dulfif In .itsrsonal melee In Austin the
leiu or Texas would be of no more en.
tioml cliaracter than Is this matter In Ten-
tteaaee "Trouble tbloken they come In
?".' m" 1J oxlr"u"- kmai.
Jor.i K. Mabiiv and his son wers aetiult.
led only tbe other day for the kimK of iwo
men n.metl Lrsnrs wl.o had sUm Wat
Www tart ClirUimM. Ills most 4
plortbl. .a Umentablc alTalt hrouKhout.
bnl U only .notbsr Illustration of th. ft
Ibal Uiost at whoss door blood Is piaoj
LIUHT ItRKiKINU. .
The action yesterday taken by the nu m-
beraof the l'ersoial I.ibeity League of Ko.'-
lon MassafliUsetiK. ii illustrative of what
Is ffuun on ("oiierally aniniiK the t.t niiime
ami oihirj ttuin;li'M.t the country. The
League resolved t(Uite unuuiuiously that
they ruultl lint uuppttt tint re-
(iillilit an ticket as toe republican
Were di.'Hid to uuvota'.e us foe league
s iv tint imstituti iiiiil i.t'As in tint niai'er nf
era lit atirnr iiitiiiiperuni e. Thev beiieve
tliat the i nitt'd blhles "'iveri:tiier.t has no
right under the organic law to interfere
with or iulriiific upon the liberties ol tin
people ia investing their moneys in the
puruha-.o of liquor" spiritual malt etc.
This is all well cnmujli und it
ia in the line of sound dcmocrulii
viewd ami inincipli'ti and teachings. Hut
why not in all other lliinps apply tint sitine
Inucli-sliiiii to the actions ami tendencies
of parlies'.' ll&vu we not seen do we not
daily see the rights and Iho privili';cs of
the great populace tiuinili'd upon '.' Is it
right fair or equitable to prevent a
fanner merchant or other person from
silling his products or wares at
the highest figure. i he can prut lire for them
so that some other individual may be bene.
lilted thereby J Is it right fair or ctpiitahle
to compel out three loiirtlis of the clli.-ens
ami tux payers of iho country to pay over
l"Ver cent for articles iif"liour!y necessity
that a f.'W fitvoied tuns may tatlcu anil
tilt i vi' ? All tliesii things have the repub-
lican parly tloftn since it had twsiessiuii
ol I lie po. vers nl the government. It it is
not right to prevent ai'iti::en from drinking
beer is it any less right to restrict him
from dressing in woolen goods because the
larlll' duly is so high thai he is driven to
the wearing of colton? If one law robs his
throat the other plunders his pocket. II
one ilelcriuiues what ho shall nut drink
from certain houses the other
enforces his abstaining from tne
patroiiagu of linns abroad. The
priniip'e involved in identical in each
of Ihe cases ami each is alike part and par-
cel of a fy.-iieiii of spoliation that is a dis-
grace to the age and a Hfvcre relit ft inn
upon our consistency ami good sense. Ii
i i immaterial whit her the legislator into
f res witli the liipior bui.incss abridging its
pfotils by preventing its iiiauiil'.n lure ami
s tie save as a medicine or whether it de
mands an iib-tuplioii of t i it nl
Btnounls of ptolil by compelling th'
distiller or liie brewer to puv luost ejtorlii.
I mil prices lor his raw material! tools ma
chinery etc. And yet ihis is w hal rcpuldi-
an legislation has done to Iho great masses
(ifthcse I'niled Slates by obliging them to
nay on an average for all prolcctcd goods
some $111 when ihey would under dem-
ooralic regime have to pay hut 4.UKI. We
admit tint muni extensive of the evils
phiii'd to ttie aicoiiiil of liipior. The
pipers teem daily with all manner of out-
rages of iuliuile hue limn ;;lil about thioiigh
ils instrinuciilalily while goodness grieves
over the facts. The craving lor it is uni-
versal and the most intemperate would
must rejoice at its extirpation. Hut A'hat
right has a general law to ilet'liue that this
man or the other needs or dues not need a
stimulant or how much thereof and how
olteii? It is nut the function of law to pre-
vent every man lioin iiiiuiiiighiniself. lt'it
Were then legislation inirl.t abolish razors
and knives and halchett elc. that there
might be no more throat cutting. It might
with equal consistency almlish the sale and
use of candy .bctiiu-e some children die
from over eating of the same. 'I he prua i-
pin oiico admitted there is no telling to
what eMcnt it could be carried. Wo mav
legis'.'.te against the itbiue or niiiianee ol
an i.rl'klc but to f n.ict its total extinction
when not its; If per se an evil is
tpiilo anolhcr m.titer. And yd what do
llio protectionists tin but legislate to de-
prive one of certain articles made mil ut the
country when they pi.t on a prohibitory
larilf .' A'.:d what tin Ihey tin else than t.y
hi much injure the consumer'.' The liipior
men have Ihus the great tpiesii m of tarill
br iu.;ht homo to tlu io in their own per-
sonal cum... It is no wonder therefore
thai they are begiiuiii'g all over llio
I : '..ui In suppoil (lie tleiiiocialiii miini.ioes
sailing under ilcioct ratio prinoiplt What
has been ctb'ctcd in Ohio will I'm I reilupli-
ca'i '! ui Nc.v Yorl. 1 .'..'.ie.na and po. siltly
in 1 . 'Ui:ylilliia. by avoiding the w ishy-
w a l ivm'.'ii' ptu lied in Ihel isi pividi n-
ti:.l i.i i'.'t-s and by l...'dly proclaiming
A.'iiiiil iloi'truie and cleany cvpound.
icg it the tlemoetaiic pari v i.s winiiii:'
tu nil I'lri'cti 'lis. And as Iho lights now
appear Ihe c':.ni'ca n:i very bright and
fls.io i ;; I 'T the pes H'.-si ai of the ciui.;'iss
t.i In- to. I iwid by a victory in the next
c i 'I l icculive race. J he accession of I lie
ti. i'.iiaii clement will be lo'lowcd by others
and unless some lalal blunder ahull In com
milled within the next year or two the re
publican party as Mn. I'.i u im; says will
hedr'uen from power whii li they have v
long exercised tyrannicair.v ami prostituted
l'orreiHudi'iiee of the llrial.l.
ri.EsTiNRt)ctoler IS l.si;. A few weeks
sinoo 11. V. Allen a colored-school toacln r
in the upper part ol this county brought
hlnuclf to the trout by announcing his name
asking for republican endorsement as a can
dldalc for the legislature from this county.
When the republicans met here last week
to tiecuio ui'on iiieir course in tlio county
they rather sal down upon Mr. Allen unit
tils pretensions ami crushed out all his
political aspirations when Ihey decided to
make no party nominations but to support
inu iiiticprimciu cnimmnicH who nail an
nouueed themselves In the county. This
left no billowing behind Alien ami lie now
announces his withdrawal front the llel.l
leavimi one of the closest political lights
Hint ever took place in this countv. between
'I'.. . I .1 -...1 if i . .
i ucfcer rviitliuc lll'liu'crai null 11 um IlltlO
Csrreiipoiiiknoe of the Herald
WAXAtiAcuit October Id 1SM.-A rool
norther has been blowing the (renter part
of to-day attended at times with mist of
rain Th heavy rainfall has niado the
fields so wet as almost to cause suspen.
slon of cotton plckluit.
The general iinpretuion bore Is that work
on Iho western extension ol the Tap road
will be rommenctil very soon.
The Baptists are erect i or a One church at
litis place which will soon be completed.
A military company la being organised
by the young meu ol the city
Tho Tcstiinotijr ritM4l n! an Important
J:Hirt tn 1e Kratt hf IHtcenibcr.
rytLAiiiLFiiiA Uctotier 15. The mem-
bers il the I'niled Stales tarill revi-ioa
comiiii.ssion w ill to nitirriiweid their pull!r
Hssions. Having visited over twonty live
of the principal cities east west north ami
south and heard testimony from neaily
' o pri.ininent niauutacttirers agricultur-
ists nil'! producers of ivory known article
which has a counterpart in the countries
aeti's.H Um ocean tin y will now conclude
their pri'liiniimry laiioijuhd repair to New
York lit v.
Here their real wink beside which the
niciv heai ing ot Icsiiniony is child's plav
in companion v. ill begin. 'I In v have Iroih
now until the first Monday in Heceiiiber to
examine tin great mass of evidence they
have received ami from it tie luce a system
of tin ill w hich they t un recommend to con-
gress. The strongest imagination can
scarcely conceive Hie muss of written testi-
niniiv in tint commission's pissessjon.
I'verv person who bus been before the body
has besides an oral Mutt iiieni. of tin needs
of Ihe particular industry lie rciioscnls
submitted u aper. T'liesd papers are
some ot them bulky and othershriet. Tin y
arc replete with statistics and if no other
data were obtainable they would he of
themselves su'licieiit. to compile n censn
which would include every ariic'e upon
which there nr. dutiable 'revenues liy
themselves these pipers till two elicits
each ol them four lict long by two with
ami thev lire independent nt .several tliou-
saiid sheets of slt'iiogriiphi' writing in-
scribed us the words huvo lallcn Ironi tiie
'Ihe lirs'. place the commission visited
was I. ing liriiiicli where they remained
three weeks. Thence thev visilcii and
In ard testimony of the 1ari:V needs of the
diilt'ifiil t rades in Hos'ion Uochester I'.iil-
lalo t'levci'ind l lei roil lnilianitio!i) ('in-
einnali ( hicngo .Milwaukee SI. I'aul
M inneaoiiiis I lesMoinus hit. I.ouis S' it s i i -ville.
t 'hattanoogti Atlanta Savaiuiali
(.bin lesion Wilmington Uichiuouil lialti
. X fir I 'ills nrr it.i. in
III. li.. .1.1.. i.:.. I.. .1.:. : i
i .i . miii i mho. to i o in joo i in y ion com
.HO'! mi cs. nil!
uot one dav exceptSuudav.lmve they been "' ' e"'."J '"'
; t j j t ' 3 continued happiness. V or a time the piom-
' fh... tension has been very Cn.." sai.l ' JK T"l --.upl lived
.lii.lge Ambler ol Ohio yesterday "but we I J "0 "V i n":. J !u
ii.'ivh as hiiiil work l.in. it- in ..s-s.-io.i1" '. "Iu a paivully enjojeil i.ll that
the testimony and making out cur report
i'--.... a ti... :..:t.. ..c it...
ceiveil will no printed ill WichingUM and
sent to the v; ions coiiL-resHhien."
""in u. i in.- inn ui il i ui i nil l'illn-1 - I e-
Tl. ... . I... ... . I . t I 1 i-
iii-I11M--1; .siuhtd io.su iiiui iiiu iiioie.i in i
Which he had heel enirMM.'d had !.'
inu tlll'tc.1 lit
Hlraiedlhiscounlrv'sp.essioi of greale j ZZJ7J T'' ""' "."Vf'.r h"!.ir"-
resources and imssibih icsin ihefotimulo f P"'.'SStoti. Hut. it ullccled his
ever he. who lots l-acel'l .vl..si;.lv
any concept ion. In the routli there was n
growing sentiment in favor ofproti oil on; in
tact tliedeniand lorn protective tarill' was
almost unanimous all over thecounlry. In
I'esHoiius ami I St. I.ouis then were the
ereiitesi m: m ners of dissenters. In New
Kngland whoro tVeo-tiailors would bnsiip-
Iju' i il to be niiiiieroiis he was s'.u prt -cd to
iiud the tnaiiuf.icturcrsalso anxiou ; tu- iro-
tcction. He Inel.tioli.-d that iniiiiy imer-
esliiig fiicls had been developed by the in-ipiirii-M
ol ilm eommission niul one ni the
most roniai kiihlt! was that Minneapolis hc-i
year ground morn wheat than 'hie ago
w hich Is supposed to he the "lain nuii liol
of Ibii west if not of the ea-t hiiudlnl
in Hit same period ot time. He also said
that the largest sentiment wua l"rspi'cilii'iis
against ad valorem tiiity tint llueliiatioiis
ot tint markets und the chances existing to
iinilervidue goods uncrating against the
loiter. Though none ot them desire to an-
licipalo their reports there is not. much
I'ca-t ii to doubt that the cominifs'.iui will
rei onimi ml Hot only a protective tarill' bin
a spei ihi: duly in t'lii'h case where il has
shown that such is necessary to foster the
grow in g industries of the country.
Messrs. MeMaholi IVrti.'r and Oliver
Wept to New York yesterday and Ihcol ::or
members dined tint' w'lh tlivii friends. It
is computed that the inquiries of th. coin-
miss mi will cost the govcrni-ciil hilly mi1.
wr-i. I'.ai li member receives jlu a ihv end
. .. i .i .. . .
expense- and win n thev sill coil tlnir ie-
pi.ii to the president their duties end.
rioleetlon At;alust I'lOU't tinu
Tli.' duly on wool is oho of ihe i:;. i
able purls of the present proti ctive sy
It is one ct the very lew tlulit s ol wl.ii
I'm lining class reaps or is l uppnsnl to
Ihe benefit and il was levied to pbiral
firming class under the .spoliation i
iluiics tor the hem-lit of the uuiuiif iciurcrs.
A nd il is one of the illustrations of the ali-
siinlity that runs through the while pro-
lecliM' system that the casu tn i-iuoci .
;iucrs ol woolci gords wl' i ! .
wai t i heap wool to wml; v. iili. .
iliryoll foreii'lt wools be leiliii
tin v c iii iiin;-e i a-ily oi i:i i ; v
c.!-'i-.t a-d ciotbs. 'tins is
extiaiiidtiiarv when wn
the tuolcetii'iiisls an i-'i'.
seriing that prolntive tint
late prodticl ion and ncp.e
I ures (;hi aper S t it is w ttii u:
lu:'t-wri ugh! maieilels thai s
ha-5- ot important lalu n's l'i
lili'i'ias c.i.d coppi-i-an 1 !;:te'
ti i li-.l liv high tint;- ami v
1 1 ruv or
to a- :l:i
m:i s'.e I
r p; ..
t pi - iron
s'ih I I hinr.t" t o il cuiior iii.d hi
the r:i itiatei'ial I'-r a vasi stt m i' in-
die. ti o's iiud a high duty on liieai inc-eases
their cost to the lnaiini.icliiiers who i.-c
I heiit. and that e XI cut i!in.-itr.s--.os luau-
ii I. n-1 ui -ing imlustry. 1't rti.t Ivauui t.ii1.
maker . say ll.ey must have r.nlt piotfciid
I y a high duty eisa they cannot compile
wall mils made by cheap ionl tn latmr.
I'l-ii n-x Ivatiia pii.'-iion and raw steel makers
mv they must have their I'lisiiuv pt.
Ii-cicil els-.' Ihey caiiiiol compete with pig.
itiiii and sit el blooms mailt by i luap
loreion labor. Hut the duty 'on yx-
itoll antl steel blooios increases th'
price of raw matt rials 1 1 the maniiiai-iurei .
who work tin lit into high iorins ami them-
by decreases the ability ol these inumiiac-
hirers to coaioto with iron and Miel
fabrics untile bv cheap tonigti labor. It t
Were Irtt! its liie prelect iotii.gs itssorl th.u
protective duties by stimulating the heme
manufacture of tbe proteotnl article
cheapen it then It would be our polity to
levy a high tarill' on all row materials fur
the purpose of cheapening tlieui to tliotie
industries which work them Into higher
forms. Hut strange to say these same pro
teetiouNts demand that the higher laluirs
shall be protected by slill lareer duties to
tientralW the Increased oust which the first
duty adds to the raw materials they use.
The indisputable tact is that protection tis-
courages industry by Increasing the cost nl
the attloJe protected. If there were n0
duties at all the material of manufactures
would be cheaper and this rreater cheap-
ness of material would do more to build up
t ml istrles than protective duties on fabrics
would. 81. I.ouis Kepubltean
(liniltt ami the News
Mr. Alexander Ferguson recently made
the remark to a friend that he did not n:.
tliuse very much on the cti ltaldlliy of the
New York newspapers about th Western
1'nlon company getting hold of them.
"For" Mid he "1 never heard of inch a
monopoly as the Associated Press; half a
doien pspers. several of them Inferior In
capital and Income and .til of them
Interior In independence ami ability
to the leading newspapers of the
west undertaking to boss the whole
press of tbl continent and not
letting them into the newt fra-
ternity except as customers. 1 under-
stand front one of the telegraphic and news
magnates that the fttsa In New York about
tbe telegraph newe has been whether the
Western Associated Press should come ai
an equal into the purveying of the newt or
continue to be an humble dependent. It
Rectus that the proposition was made in tbe
first place totllow the western newspapers
to have an etpial leiirxsentation with the
present Associated Press and to let the
telegraph company have one or two per-
son" ou the executive cmuinittoii besides.
This was rejected on the ground that wtien
the western newspapers voted e-'th thotel-
tgraph cmipany tint old As-oi ttd l're s
concern would be in the min. rilv. the
nejt proposition wus to lor the western
ncwspAi'i rs have an cpud repre-onta.
tion with those it N"evv Ycrk. Krillos
ipiestion it is said that Hip JtJew York Sun
voted with the World Tribune mid Im-
press. This itillanied the ire oi the Times
and Herald wlie-h threaten to form a new
combination of their own it ml sell the news
to other newspapers just as the Assueiitcd
l'resshss been lining it is prettv hue in
the tlay for the Associated Press to he talk-
ing about the Ireedoui of the press. .Not
long neon newspaper in WnshiiiL'ton was
com iieu ly cm 0111
f this association r
passing some criticismH on a and I have
heard within the past three or lour years
the statement made thut the time inusi
oonittAN hen this arbitrary body would not
undertake to direct who should or should
not write tor the newspapers a degree nl
tyranny which in hluii'St any country
would provoke in private crime.
.i;tn M tint Divoitrn.
Tlto CntiHetiiiritee of a t'hyslrlau
'I'ti Nljlit Mttiintuli.-es l-roiii
An Indiana c nirt has just rcndi-nd .1 I
dciiission in a most extraordinary divirco
cast so extraordinary that were il related '
without the cotrohniative proof of the I
ollicial rcc'trds and the reports of the pro-j
c'.'cdings in oj en court il would bo s-ci i
I vi. i.si 1 1... : .r .
loan us the ciiMtion of an uncommonly
lortile iniiiingimilion. The imrtics
nr. .um nor anu nn wile a ooupie living m
the soutliirn part of the slate. Ir. .Mallur
is a young taicnled industiiriiH popular
and prosperous physician who has won l.is.
;s;icci'Ks by hard work unremitting stu.lv
j and constant iievo'.iou to his patients. A
"'. "m - .......... m.i ...i
"aolifiil accomplishcil and wealthy lady.
""it "in" .s'ci i..oy le.u-ll-
I wcaiin a:ul iciineil l-.iste couul supply. The
; doctor's practice )iicreiied and his I'cuiila.
i i . .. i . i :
V V "' ";;;' I
IV" 1)1 H' present disagreement. The
I . ' . . " ' -' - ...
uoi-ioi was iretiiioni iv csueil nil anil on . ;.l
I .:) 'I'll i . . oi.. r . ' .
.:) i 'l'i ... i i ii i .. . r .
nl.L. III tuft lllil not illstliril llllll.. ho
wue. llicrwtse. bhe ohjeotetl to these In
i intent interruptions i
ueiu iinerrupiious. itilhoucll wn t m'i-
lionute solicliide her husband would arise
and depart with as little noise as posiible.
lie bad a telephone placed in h:s poiise
so as to Iib ahle to consult a' long
range and avoid goim' out except ia i tie most
urgent eases lie took every piei'iimion to
prevent any nervous si lain 'upon bis wife
and through il all was most patient and
.. I in 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 ut ner leeiings. i.ui
'm .i! i . "'i " i"1"!1''"1' f-'1"'l1'.'-
mantled that the doctor should give up his
night practice und rcni'iin ut. home during
. .11 it ni.no vi i-O II OC nisi. pan. oi ntti
income and nrget! htr wealth could supply
what was lacking and they would nioi'e
than miil.ouptlie loss by the inhled peine
ami coiiil'orl of a home into which no sick
person's call for aid should bo allowed to
pciielraleiti the night watches. Tothisrp.
peal I lie doctor enthusiastic in his pro-
It .u-ion nud alive to the demands of soiOr-
ing humanity made an emphatic though !
kindly denial. Ttiu wile was resolute ami I
there was no other resource than to apply
lor adivorce. 'I he biishand though ilcepiy
grieved at his wile's resolve ii.ienni'v.l no :
"PI iisiiioo tneieiy stipulating mat as a
matter ol justice to put the exact fads on
record ami ln yojul tli-pnte the trial should
lane piacc In open court. Hi:." suggest I-
i ll'.:' sic --.-si oh
from Hie "orn
Was cai-ra tl mil ami it
te-liliionvthat the ah--. outline. u t ce
is made. ' Tiie suit -!e!f was -ar Iv inor.
singular than tl:
o reins. k'i ot the
.pnlne. lie sum tin re could be no doulu
umiiriiic uiwsol in. liai'a thai .l rs. Mahier
was emitted to a divorce. He then pro-
ceeded to show how the progtcss ni s ieie -ha.l
iiei"s.i(ut. changes in the ioanin-Je
laws. Indiana he s.ii I was a procri'-sive
s'ulc I'lnl tin people would tiever'emiii-.
laws like those of other states- where
couples lit- this must j; mi !o the end of
their tlay s in unluippines) H reg.-.i-ied
tliiseasoas an excellent illustration' t l Iti-
i in list law. 'l'ho parlies could i'ov seek
h.ippiiH.-.. where it niifht he found.
It would have hcen u'.Iol'i titer in the in-teie-i
ol doiviii y if liie g iveitom nl had
pi! tlllit. all's Ii. .I o'.t nf tin- r.-.iv
! .. r 1.11-ct 'al'y as 0 Old .1 Will.is il -o's
: .01:1 tin- l b'' skeleton til the s..(v.iit of I. :. '1'
1. m ili; i j 1 jieluliy M'l-imoii mid placed in i: : .
1 :i .'in -!-:i 1 'bow -i a at the ii:ia;omii- il 111-1 n
i!.. ;;. j would mile 1 -.csti il as loueh mm- ... .
it I 'ia( 1 it ' i's Ouiti-au's but ihe uuili
:.i!y i.s-'ilial iu s late c wisely declined to eo m.i.
s .' .iimi. J ll.'.s i'.V.tst!- .irl of s'i.iw-hii.ir.i'rs. t -.
j 1 ll "as i..-l"T'loi in n mai.ti
1 ci'iitph t"ly l.i::leil public fiirhtso v
i'lui untitling alter hi-t r.-maiiis'l
1 put away thai a 111:1 I !'r i-'iuoi-.i e;
Il ' s 1
leor.i v....if;- itc:::iiy hlowii 10 hav
tenr.i v....tg.-iic:::llv known 10
ci Veil saioi'ir I In
re. its ot il:. acalomic'il
; iiiipciiiu a; a 1 11
ton. lie e .nr... 11 1.
I an! Iinl it '.-s iu the ca ..' ol
1 tt it oa 1;
: h.s I
; 1 vor. led to a ilis;;:ie"iul win
. hoiii'i. lic ti-iil 01 leiving
111. I l" l.l. . 1 t 11 wl.ll... 0 . ..t
w hero it was fir it buried it w..s t :.
to tin v.w hones of the luus- iim and a I. it-
tt r light lor possession has been going on
ince Iciwi-eii lr. Hi.ks to nhepi the
as-ar-sin bi'ipieatlied his reniuins na.l scv-
end ol tiui;eati's peslircrous ie!'tti.'s.
Mrs. I'ovillo wished to ell't-.-t a protilabie
engag'.'inciit with her brother's skeleton
wilh some enterprisii'.; end popular i how-
man while lr. Hicks is willing ibal the
rt iiuniis should be placid ttit exliihiiiiin nt
the Valiingto'i museum. John V. tiuiieatt
is now in Vnsh;i:i'li.tit.iasci"-t.ii if pnssililo
what has been dime with these bone.s of
cuileniion thus far. Ho has boon told that
the body not itiistatidiiig so many reports
to the contrary now remains In the shape
il wus after It was embalmed tbe due fob
lowing the liupioM. lie contends that Hr.
Ilieks is in no sense the legal custodian ol
the body as bis brother was insane ami
could not ntnken will.ti'til he is determined
that it shall not lull into tbe bauds of his
sister to he used tor a nterootiatv object.
As it is his Intention to prevent anv oxliihi.
lion of the body that portion of the pu'il e
not alllicled with a diseased curiosity will
hope II may be turned over to htm.' This
would end die disgraceful dispute nud the
remain put out or sight would soon be
out of mind. Chicago News.
lllooil poisoning produce Khcimintisnt
IVblltly Scrofula Mercurial or Syphilitic.
I' leers. Fistula Kriiptious nte. It engen-
ders disease and depresses vitality ami is a
dangerous condition of the system. If you
would rejoice In a pure blood and healthy
body use Acker's Itlood F.ll.vir. Sold by
V. H. Patterson it Co. lhtllas Texas.
It appears to be easy enough In (cot any.
body but an insane man into a New York
insane asylum. Nearly two veare ago
William A. Keating a resident of that citv
was arrested at his home examined hy'a
couple of Tombs doctors pronounced in-
sane and hustled oir to the asylum 011
Ward's Island. Due day last summer he
wrote a letter to the deputy coroner and
threw It out of the window. It was picked
up by a person who mailed It and the de-
puty obtained a writ of habeas corpus for
keatlng'i releae. The return made to the
writ was that Keating was still insane. The
oontfarr w claimed and alter a long delay
Ihe case has been tried before a Jttrv. One
?t ".i krT l asylum tea.
tilled that he wa ennrinoed with-
in a week that Keating wu sane.
Several other attendants teitilltd to a bo-
or Td tl ton I trtinvt it lw ''(tttii.rntf t
leif in his perfect sanity. The duly person !
who gave evidence to the contrary was
the inedii at superintendent: of thcasvliiLi'
Keating ansnrered all the tiiestions pm to
i "m in a per.ectiv lticiii inanner and iinally
inn iiiiu-.-i il'Slilil'll llllll lie llMt I1HVIT Cl III-
sidcred him insane but had prelerred the
charge and had him urn-sled because he
was surly at times and failed to pav proper
respect to bis parents. The trial resulted
in K-atiiig's release. Whila thiscase was
in progresn the examination of the
oruzy Frenchman who itahlied it !ial''-
d ieit women on a crowded Ntte
nirii iiioroughtare wustaKuiii ulace. T it
was no doubt ut his Disunity. Ills eccen-
tricities had won liliu considerable notori.
ely and it hud long :i;-ti known that ho
was out. of hisinniil yi-t he had been allowed
to walk the slreois at his pleasure and no
one i-i-cr thought i t putting him in an asv-
hiin. whore lie belonged until his madness
had iiispiicda murderous outbreak which
might have been attended with far more se
rious results Hutu it was. i hecommon no-
tion ol insane asylums is that they arc
piaces tor lite incarceration ot the insane
: aim noi tor me imprisonment tn Mine per-
ls liv m.!iL...ni ..n.ioi.s n!mi. n ...i
Ilieiu lull of the w.tv. If New York- shoot I
adopt this view tint lives of its citizens
would ho safer and such wrongs as that in-iiii-ti
d on Mr. K iti'ing would be less f:'i-
I Kent. ( hicago Times.
rori-cspoiideiice ot the Herald.
KorK'.v m.i. October III. Showers fell at
in'otvals tSuntlay afternoon until about 1
o'clo'.'k when a hard rain set m and con-
tinued iiluicut iiii-cssiintly until near niid-
nii'ht ut times falling in torrents. Sonic
slow slut .vers tell in the forenoon Monday.
This nioi'i.iiigthe sky is clear with bright
sunshine und cool wind blowing from the
Tt... .0......1. t..a.!. ii.:. ..'.i.. .e is-. . ii .1.
i ill iinioi iini.l liiiofi'lilJl liSSl r Ol K
I l... ... ...i. :
.. .iii.i ii-.ii.i-ii i:-i urn ia niiorici-
got'.e again. I be entire but tutu is under
Fanners aro anxious about the cotton
crop and continued damp weather will cer-
tainly prove very disastrous. A lev; days of
dre went her Willi u trust will have the
cll'ect to kill the leaves and cause the boils
K.i'. I lealh lcis sold his entire stock tn
tl. W. Morns of this place.
I was told this morning by an eminent
physician that there are uo-.v lour cases of
iiplitheri.t in one lunuly tn the. north pari
I ol th:s coiinly. and that there has alre.-dv
resulted one death in same family from
; same disci'se
I There .ire several marriages mi the t.ncs
and business in the aid associations is live
ly. About Jsiit.1 was .'ipiaiulereil on u
couple in this county n short time ago that
ditl not marry and probably never w ill.
A Laity's rocket l'leUed.
Mrs. I'aul Fisher ol tloliiu countv xvlin
came down on the Texas t.'entr.tl ycsfrday
iiiorning to do some shopping was so un-
fortunate as tube the victim nf a nick-
pocki'L .Inst bi'lort! the train pulled up at
tl.o I'liion depot she took her piii.-.n c.iu-
' turning some -ssi.i from her porteiiioniiaie
land placcil it in her dress pi.eket with
tiie view of having it more
convenient. Mho paid her fau
i -".nil o. inn iimnm- roe
''''' "ever niisM-1 her purse until sonic
' 1 ' l'"u' n "" tlu''rccts. sue
! visiicd scfcr.il stores m the lueantiiif.
' " '"' ii. i'ii nil inu ;iiisi-r. ill in i -
I ing m the sma l chutii'o she had loos
! her pocket she felt lor h. r purse to put it
I in it when she found that In r pocket had
been stit with some sharp inl riti-.n-nt. and
her pur.-" gone. She is ui 11 loss to know
iwht-ii! Ml. Was rooStd but as the only
I crowd of any si;:' she wis in was at the
1 tuoii depot ivlieit she alighted from the
cur it is most probable th.u was t!ic"n!:ue.
llrina'i Iron Hitlers
j Without exception thorn is no reiiK.lv so
; M rengi huning ia its elici t s us lSruivu's Iron
If you wish to ho strong and to enjovtlio
um exuoeraneo oi pericoi robust healtti
put your Irus! in !hnwii's Iron l'.i'ters. It
will not disapiioini vou.
A li ieuil writes: "l-'or years 1
from physical exhau .tion and
neauii. now 1 11111 its .stroii-
used Crown's I 'on r.iiter-."'
IVi-ond on il'nw!''. 1 1111
l iven tii of mind and body.
as iron J
l'i Iters for
I siiut In tliv Arm.
While ex inrnln r n c.ilibrn t'oU'.: ids.
h : tnl 11: Henry I'lihn's loan shop hist ni-ht
r. I w :'i the Men- .1' 1 !i:.-ti.- ihe .s.'me'' n
. I vim.-ma'i by the cam 'Hamilton voi
I ' 1"'i a. tin cir works let the wc-ipou
yed a! tn.
. ;r ')' "'i iho co'iiil rand the c -uilout s of nut
t'r.'P on ;!
f i.ie t-iia 111 ma's '.va dis hat :..! which tck
' .l.'U 10 his !rlt arm ut Ihe elbow the htil-
Vt iei tr.iting ih. j;ni imd lodging
men utiove in the upper ..irt nf Ihe arm in-
liiclu'.:' a .iitii ttl woitiid. Dr. Thtuilon
was si. e j- eat the bullet out und
t.ii ssiil ti;e wound.
I'l.AN l "-i;s iioi'sk
sr. tail Is Mi
" l l!tsl- . Ht w.lt
Kverv l'iirit i . . ..
Jiutoirtolt. w.ri.r In every wav
or the timiiev will I.. relumUM t.y
tlio permm fmtuwtioin tureliateil
lit U li.S . o S . . ." ' "r. una i.ii...rs
iniV!" r!1:; :;;r.r"''"i'i' iwdrioi.
I .1''1.:V' "' ' Pall 1
II T I''.0. .r.l.f. I.M
"'"' swervla iHa phi no. I'.r.
tlUUiUCOKnt;T CO. Chlcaan III.
M. D. GARLINGTON
General Commission Merchant
Ami Wholesale Dealer In
ORATN FRUIT AND PRODUCE
40 Elm Street Palla Texas
Overcoat weather is now here
in earnest. It would take no
too much tirm hi
ties 01 tacsc irjarmenls vc have
prep;tred for the choice of rur.
sons v.'.uitin:;' them; nor 13 it
necessary to give price list
tniliicc it to say that children
can be "overcoated" here any.
where from $2.50 to $15 boys
from S3 toS2o.mdyouthsand
men from $5 to $35."
Tim lowest priced coats will
render ;ood service while the
medium and highest priced
combine beauty with service-
able qualities. Our salesmen
will help to make selection ac-
cording to your taste and
means the special inducement
bcingf that you can't do as well
. 1. Ill 4 1
srsanii Beys' Onto
Coriipr i:!' it
nl I.ait'jr iTid (.'ofnor
i'lts I'.iiD.VV l. KM.NG
Au Kvettlius el'Ki'.iity lienliler.
ui tliu ln-liiiKiiinail 1'inr.i
111 J. r. I'.:
.Ml Til lil'JtSKU
lu w hh !i t'hur.tt
r lio ;U lutreil
1S Si9SiiiltiCS I Il?.p2ii01ia!!33
Tlit-Siirftirliin- f.iMiiuy !n Kf" iff')
fr.nn tlie 1-mni II ml. el tin lirsi.vilii'l w V';
t.reel- il evi-vvw tere Willi i-ri'iieis. "' -.
;.uls i .ni l..s..-iueil en iii' - '-i
KI'll l' liUHiiKli. M'li cr
CHADDOCK'S OPERA ;HOta
l'liffiuienieiit I'ositlvely l.lmltei to To
Jt.inility Afleinittm antl Krwlnft
OCT Oil 5i:W'
Tlio Justly Pnmuiis smt Vnlvensl Jf"01'1
rrownul ami seeptere.1 1 P". ZsU
wlileas the I'.ilver.e. t.ran.l te
fKraile exltililtlus the -hlS1MljianlM
sourees ol the oriisnliatlott ami luliu""
Glittering GuigDriim !
oe-Thesnle ef seats III besliinl'
UMav Hetober at. V rlees """ -.:
Alle'riiooii lierforiiisnte l)CKtu! l -
mil at s.
0. 11. bdwakds
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725 Main Street
rsena for New lUuilrstdCsu'1
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