The Dallas Daily Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 9, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 2, 1882 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DALLAS IIEKALD SATURDAY MORNING DECEMBER 2 1SS2.
THE DALLAS DAILY HERALD.
rroUTS ELLIOTT A HALL.
luterel at the Pontofflce tt Dallas u Booofcil
Claw mll matter.
8ATIRDAY DKCEMHKR 9 18RS.
For Ibo Esst Gulf States: Warmer fair
froather variable win Js mostly somberly j sti-
tlonar f or lower pressure.
For the West liulf Slates: Warmer fair
weather; southwesterly winds; lower pressure.
Uinni.EiitHuER is begintiing to turn al-
ready. He says he proposes to serve hla
country regardless of party or faction lie
is truly a disinterested and noble jia-
t riot! li
Tub commercial reports for the last week
or so show aproning ami unbroken pros-
perity In all lines of business except the
iron trade. This does not look much like a
panic is Imminent.
T ii u blow Wasp's life Is a great lesson for
tboso who poor but advanced in years are
despairing. He never saved a dollar until
he was 90 years of ape and still he left a
fortune of over $2000000.
Edmunds of Vermont is not troubled
ruuoh with the presidential nightmare. He
adheres to his former utterance that"none
of us will live to seo a presidential candi-
date tnkon from cast of the Hudson." This
is hard on Hlai.ne and IU tlkii but the
Vermont senator is doubtless correct.
The Chicago press isdenying in unusually
omphalic terms the charge that (hero is
small-pox In that city. Tlio papers of that
city seem to think that the report arises
purely from the envy of such jealous litllo
rivals as New York and St. I.ouls who
have their special correspondents in Chi-
cago mid arc attempting constantly to re-
tard the growth of the grandest city in the
When a man is successful in his on-
deavors of any character the means by
which he accomplished ills end are never
enquired into but fttlluro always provokes
investigation. Tho republicans who urged
II u.miti.L on lu his assessments are now his
bitterest enemies and insist that ho shall
publish the transactions of his conunttUo
in tolo Ungratoful party! . Unfortunate
IiOiMN Is out In a reply to Grant's article
in behalf of Fit. Jour 1'onTKa. The
Iudiana senator thinks that tho "conqueror
of the rebellion" does not know what ho is
talking about and that Porter after all
was the greatest traitor the country ever
saw. it is exhilarating to see those famous
warriors and whilom fast friends tearing
each other to tatters with tho pen. It Is a
disgrace to tho country in tho mcantimo
that a better man than either has to sillier
undor a cloud from the jealousy of a few of
his inferiors whom circumsinnccs have put
on the high tide ot success.
Notwithstanding the most persisteut ef-
forts of his political opponents to get hold
of tho records of the frauds and niulfcaHiincc
in the treasury department during John
HiiEnMAK' niiiiiipulntion of the same Unit
"celebrated financier" has succeeded in
keeping everything Incased in Egyptian
darkness. If tho democrats do get into
power sulllciently to investigate with any
hope of success the revelations which they
will bring lo tho surface of villainy and
corruption in tho management of public
allairs for a docado or so past promises to
butt titling indeed.
HttNATon David Davis Is independent of
the accidents and uncertainties of politics.
He is very wealthy has in fact an ex-
tremely largo "bwr.il" and lives it is said
in a veritable palace in tho centre of a
handsome and spacious park just out-mlo
tho city limits of llloomington Illinois.
From the lofty turret that surmounts his
mansion he enn view lertile fields that are
all his own extending almost to tho hori-
zon to the north n-d east. It matters lit-
tle to the heavy-weight senator whether he
or some ono else Is his successor In the sen-
ate next year.
Let beer drinkers beware! There are
dangers lurking In tho beverage of the
"Fatherland" that ate not drcampt of in
the philosophy of the guzzler. A New
York reporter Interviewed three of the most
eminent physiologists and scientists of that
O'ty and learned Irom them that beer-
drinking a habit to which so many thou-
la uli of Americans are addicted Is even In
moderation a pernicious thing. The Im
purities of beer and they do not admit ol
absolutely pure beer give rise to fatty dc
generation oi the heart and to disease of
the kidneys. It Interferes with the hoalthy
anion of the liver tint exert t Injinioui
effects upon all the organs of the boJy the
brain most of ill.
Tin livening ltulletin of Philadelphia a
stalwart organ speaks In exceedlnglyi-oni'
pllmenlary terms of the president's attl
tude with reference to the Star-routers.
The administration la certainly to be com
wended In any or all its efforts to bring
those conspirators to a strict account of
their management of the mail service The
ltulletin says: "The president's prompt
removal of half a dqten officials chartied by
tho attorney-general as having been more
or loss guilty ol complicity with the Star-
route robbers li In strict accordance wlih his
uniform attitude toward this whole 8lar
route business. Ho Inaugurated his ad
ministration by a item onler for a thor
ough prosecution or these conspirators
auA hit order was obeyed. The cause ol
iusaeo was defeated by corruption and
bribery but justice Is not yet satisfied and
a new trial is to be had Meantime the
axo falls on a number ol officials alleged to
Lave aided In tho "allure of the prosecution
Tueohorge against two of them Ainurr
and l'ARKER.of the post-office department
ii very vague and Is Indign.ntly denied by
Mb. officials. They demand a hearing and
should bavo It Hut wherever guilty per-
mm have fallen before the president's swift
retribution the couutry at large will re-
tdtce and the cause of civil service reform
THE BUGABOO OF THE EAST.
We are not In favor ot teeing the govern-
ment funds squandered on anything or
lavished upon enterprises not of Dutiunul
importance but tbe hue and cry in the
eastern states against appropriations in be-
half of the Mississippi river is among tht
m itt senseless twaddle that we can con-
ceive of. The river and harbor bill piuseil
at the last session of congress was in many
rtspects a steal and notwithstanding its
good features has been very properly con-
demned generally throughout the country.
Th east however has surpassed ilselt litis
out Htimded Herod in its denunciations of
the bill and the pretty general ic-
tlrement to private life of those
of . tho forty-seventh congress who
voted for it. The facts with refer-
ence to this bill couluin a lesson that the
south and west should not fail to learn
both well and at once. There has been
noticeable fur some time past in the north
ern and east rn etittcs an untugonism to
any measure by tho general government
ooking to the improvement of the channel
of the Mississippi liver. Anything that
would improve tho Mississippi would have
tendency to turn western coinmuicc
towards New Orleans as a shipping point
and correspondingly injure New York
Philadelphia Boston and other eastern sea-
boards. The result has boon that tho repre
sentatives of those great commercial
centers have voted and worked religiously
against any scheme lor improving or
deepening the channel of our great western
river. The river and harbor bill did some-
thing in this direction and that Is the se
cret of the opposition thereto from the east.
The Mississippi river belongs to no one
state or section It is tho properly of the
nation and anything that may be dono in
Its behalf assumes the dignity and Impor
tance of a national movement. Southern
ami western congressmen should keep this
fact constantly in view and while appro-
print ions for obscure inHlguincaut iiml
merely local streams and bays in different
portions of the couutry should bo
decried whatever will tend to
givo us a grand channel of commerce for
the middle southern mid western sections
of the Union should be assisted and lom;ht
for in every wuy possible. Tho Mississippi
is the bugaboo of the east the only instru-
ment for the transmission f products and
the acceleration of the transactions ami
growth of western and southwestern trade
which the eastern and northern cities
dread and thereforo their cry against ap
propriations therefor. It is to bo most sin
cerely hoped however that in the next
congress tho subject will receive tho con-
sideration it deiniuuls and that the demo-
crats will not allow tho eastern press to
scuro them off from tho discharge ol a duty
which they owo to the country.
TIIK Ml l'KltLATITK OP CIIICUK t
The Hrham) has never omitted uu oppor
tunity to show up the extortions; and in-
iquitous demands of the titmuCicturcrH
who have been so freely bleeding the coun-
try for years past through tho grueious in-
terference In these gentlumen's behalf of the
government. Many facts and figures huvc
been produced indicating tho extent to
which the people have been robbed and the
monopolists favored hut a circumstance
occurring up in Pennsylvania the other
day illustrates more forcibly th: u ever be-
lorc the utter heartlessiuss of t' e
men who are continuing to clamor
for government protection and ei
rib the poor who are dependent upin them
for the daily necessaries to a great extent.
It shows too how little tlceudcnco must
be plueed upon the slaleinrnlsol those who
are using both the government und the
masses for their own aggrandizement while
they are attempting to starve the poor in
their employ. An eastern exchange con-
tains tho following: "Tho Kim.mi Thomson
steel-mill which has just notillcd its labor-
erswhom it protects Irom tho pauper
hordes of Kurope id a reduction In wages
on and after January I Is the sumo con-
cern whoso enormous profits furnished
Mu Hewitt with n strong argument
during the taritl' debate in congress last
spring. The fads Mu. Hewitt presented
were brought out by a suit against the
works in which Mus. Thomson widow of
a former partner sought to recover the
price of some stock. In lssi the company
paid dividends amounting to L'-' per cent.
and had on hand August ;il of that year
$:iL'silIS).jl with a capital placed at
000000 the surplus representing undivided
prolits. Tho company however tlid not
wish to pay taxes on a larger sum than 2i
per cent dividends ami so bought from the
Pennsylvania railroad company which
owned 0000 of the 20000 shares ol stock lit
their company all but 1000 of their stock
for which they paid $'-V a share. This
they distributed among their stockholder!
(or $100 a share thus being enabled to dis-
tribute $'.'.W0 f surplus prolits without
declaring a dividend. In short the steel
cmipany presented to each shareholder
-$liM. After a dividend of '.'J per cent. In
cash lu addition to the $lin a share had
been paid thecimpany had lelt liil.lil.-
'il or over 12 per cent." Tho sublimity of
the Impudence and cheek of the men who
are under inch circumstances thus cutting
down the wages of the laborer and yet In
listing upon being protected by the govern.
uient while they are making such enormous
profits Is truly phenomenal. It could not
be anticipated except front a class of clll-
sens who have for twenty yean past
been accustomed to seeing the govern
ment run almost exclusively In their be
half. The facts as quoted speaK volunei
end Illustrate the wrong that e have been
so long and persistently combat lug. II the
democracy when It comes Into power will
rectify such evlli and give these cormoraifls
good grounds for complaining of reduced
prollt the patty will be entitled lo the Inst
lug gratitude of. the nation. It is absurd
to continue to trifle with 10 giganlio an
Iniquity and thoe who are lo inllerfrom
measures inch at proposed by the company
referred lo above are as Justly entitled to
consideration at tho hands of the general
government as are any cit'mcm of the land.
Alter 1SS4 such impudence should be a
thing of the past.
raomwoR Tici lias at last been mat'
useful. Heia a witness In a case growing
out of a tornado la Missouri where tho In-
suranc men have been tuctl.
Crime stud Casualties.
A SAUI.E SLAYER STOPPED.
CiiicAt.o. Doc. 1. A dispatch received
front Kalamazoo Michigun eariy this
morning announces the arrest thoreof Hill
Alien colored who killed officer Clarence
F.'lcright ou Tuesday uin'ht last in Chi-
Cincinnati Deo. 1. the Times-Star's
Mi'lclletown Ohio special says a boiler ex-
ploded in .Southern .v. Wronn's paoer mill
this morning instmitly killing Adam For-
ester ami seriously injuring '. Kller Two
others John Kohs unit C. Dotlou received
Coi.i miu's O. Dec. 1. The bribery case
of liepresentittives Wright anil lllock lias
been re assigned lor December 15. Another
hearing ol tlio old Watson (Hie lobbyist)
case has been postponed till January.
CiurAiio Dec. 1. An Indian territory
special reports the capture of three murder-
ers Walker Reynolds and Uarduer near
Darlington after a sharp struggle during
which they were nearly killed. They had
killed a young inun in Comanche. Texas.
ami tho officer hud been in pursuit of them
for two weeks post.
New Oiii.kans Dec. 1. Following are tho
names of parties indicted by the irrnml jury
for participating in frauds In the late elec-
tion: Edmund J. Dupugiites lUrthnleniew
Tunnies jr. K. Ulrick Dan Itees P-osper
Grand jr. Charles liule. Gustuve iludtr.
jr. William Lyons James Duigan Louis
Kaiiuiuin William il. Jliickley Jo'm .
lip-nmin Joint Vigors. Kees mid Dunu-
guiusguvc bail in $!OU) ouch.
SOME LIVELY Ju.MI'INll.
New York Deo. 1. At 7 this niorninu
an express and freight train Irom .Harlem
for lloston consisting of twenty cars on
reacinng I ort Chester was thrown from
the track by a misplaced switch. Tho loco-
motive was dumuged and the tender
thrown down an embankment. Ten freiuht
cars wore demolished tho contents of sev
eral scattered about in all directions. En-
gineer Lewis Fowler stuck to'his post until
the locomotive broke down while plowing
the ground. The lircman saved himself by
leaping to tho foot of the embankment
twenty leel below and two brakemen. who
were on ton of the cars also siiritne: olf.
ulightingiii tho snow thirty feet below.
I'llOVlNll li Kit insane.
Chic Auif Dec. 1. In the Josio Slurlu
murder trial testimony of experts was
taken tciidim; to show that a person may
become iusaiio through hrulsl treatment
and siiU'ering ol mind. Two eminent doc-
tors believed the woiintn was certainly
THE ( EHAI1 (lllOVE DISASTER.
Canso Di e. 1. Total number saved front
the wrecked steamer Cedar Clrovo ti leav-
0. nptaiti I'rtu Miss Fairall the second
and third engineers and one unknown are
still missing. Wreckers were very busy
yesterday. A great iimny small packages
were picked up but no bodies. Llovd's
agent arrived to-day und proceeded" to
vvaiKf rs iictui to take cliurgu ol tlio wreck.
A HllltVIVOIt'S STOUV.
IIoston Dec. 1. Tho mate of tho lost
steamer savs: "1 was on tho deck of the
Cedar tlrove with it lady on
one arm and holding on with the other
wnenine sen wasiicu ine laily Irom my
grasp." 1 lie mate says he und the cuiiluln
were standing on the starboard side ot the
chart room when the captain sent him for-
ward to let go the anchor when tho bow ol
ine steamer went down with hisi and the
lady. When he rose lie cot in a bout with
some of the crew but mulling was seen of
the captain and lady and he Hunks they
arc lost as there was little or nothing lloat-
lug to wlitclt t lev niiL'ht clniL' until res
INDICATIONS OK A WALK-OVER KOll WINDOM.
Minneapolis Dec. 1. A careful canvass
of the legislature election indicates that
Windom will be re-elected lo tho I'nited
Stales senate on the first ballot. Ot the
101 republican members in the two houses
tho li iends of Windom el mu SJ earnest
supporters while not executing are pro-
iiouoeeo uuiiisi. nun. aiosi ill ineui lavor
lHinnell. The remaining republican mem-
bers are classed as dotihtlul mid some nmv
vote lor Windom. Diitmell's htrvugth is
conllned wholly to his old congressional
distiiot. Heveiuy six voles on joint ballot
are required ter a choice. Windoiu's
friends claim he has u margin over that
number of six or ei;;ht.
ARMY NoTKS N olll.lill.NO oUAND 11'KY
S.ti.r Lake City Utah Dec. 1. General
Sheridan will return front Heaver to-morrow
ami soon go east. H Is In contemph-
tion to discontinue Iho smaller army posts
where practicable unit concentrate troops
In a few central localities of which Fort
Dnilgla here is likely to be one. General
Howard returns from Omaha to-day from a
tour of inspection.
Tho grand jury of thn first district
(Oiiden) has been discharged having found
no indictments under the Kdinuiula luw.
No foollnliueM About llhn.
Nil COMC NOR Clin TSISTANCE NEED Al'I'l.Y.
A many Dec. 1 Governor-elect Cleve-
land declines the proffered escort of the
I'urgess corps tins cuv on the occasion
of his Inauguration. His letter says : "I
am exceedingly desirous that there should
bo as little ceremony as Is possible."
NEWS PV SrEClALS.
Cool lioiril Irani 1 1 rut I'ngo.
CotiANciir Dec. Special. Thanks-
giving Day was observed here by tiiuuy.
About I o'clock in the evening tho alarm of
lire was given and the tiro company re-
sponded and found the resldenco of J W
Gn en to bo on lire. Uy strong eil'orls and
hard lighting the fire company succeeded
lit saving the main portion of the building
hut tho kitchen ami dining-room were con-
sumed. Loss about $1000; Insured (1. A.
llecnum foreman ami Frank Hill assis-
tant deserve much credit for their valuable
work ant cool management but for which
theenllro house with other line houses
would have been consumed.
Two men by the name of Terry were
taken from the officers and hung to a tree
by a mob ut Hstel Dell near here a few
nights ago. They were charged with steal-
ing rattle from a poor widow. Of four men
charged with tbe stealing one was captured
and hung near Coleman last week another
might and hung at Hiepe 8rin. in this
county and two hung at llxit.it Ml which
denned them all up
Uusiness Is good.
A IIOI.II ATTKM1T It.lLKI.II
A Tarty of Highwaymen tint to Unit lb
Hunt Ve t:prtM Hut Are Foiled liy Their
Last evening about 0 o'clock as the
north-hound mall and vxprewi stopped at
Ilium a small station fifteen miles south ol
Cleburne the engine was boarded by
thrtt heavily armed men who with leveled
six sin oter commanded the engineer "to
pull out and be In a hurry about it" a
mandate which tinder tho circumstances
h speedily complied with. After leaving
tlm town In the rear two nr llir
'tulles the order was slven lo "slow
down" and as the train was proceeding at
a snail's nacotho nllnt struck ami txnlodrd
torpedo which had been placed on the
track as a signal to confederates hidden in
the brush that everything was in readiness
for the consummation of th plot to
go through tbe train. Hut "the
best laid plans of mice and men gang oil
awree." and the explosion had the eiltx-t
not only of drawing the confederates
out of cover but of arousing the at-
tention of the guard iu tbe express cur.who
observing several men approaching the
train promptly opened tire on them het-r-ing
which the robbers in the cub jumped
to the ground and run towards their com-
panions at whom by this time the guard
was biasing away must ener-
getically. Hulked in their designs they
opened tire on the gallant guard
about To shots being exchanged. Profiting
however by the absence of his enforced
guests the engineer pulled the throttle
wideonen and i lie train gracefully sped
away leaving tho discomfited Ireebooters
to enjoy the rather indistinct landscape und
the very strong fumes of burned powder.
Tbe road had been expecting an attack
for a week and bad taken the precaution
to guard against it. Certain facts were in
possession of parties several days uno but
were not ripe enough to pull and did rot
ripen until last uigni.
1 . -
Thiirlow Weed's Diet
On the 2-lth of March 1SS0 Mr. Weed
celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his ii
(taction into the office of the Albany Kven
ing Journal visiting the editorial rooms
and occupying the chair of the editor-in-
chief for the day. This was a most interest-
ingoccusion and greatly enjoyed by tho old
clrcftain. Surrounded by friends he re?
luted many reminiscences of his early
days and gave a graphic account of his
later daily life. "In my early life" he
said "1 drank sparingly of champagne at
dinners now anil then but only occa-
sionally and socially: and when in ISIS I
wont to the West Indies for my daughter's
health I acquired a tasto for the line old
Santa Cruz rum that the planters brewed
for homo use. It is not sold over the
burs. 1 have somo of it on hand.
and every night beloro going to bed 1
drink a little of it mixed with vichy. I
think it does me good 1 drink no Intoxi
cating liquor at tiny other time although I
have a cellar full oi' wine. I used to go out
a great deal; but since 1 had a snn-slroke
about twelve years ago I bavo declined all
dinners und evening receptions. I smoked
tobacco ine best until Havana cigars lor
more than fifty years; but I used the weed
in no other form. Thirteen venrs ago my
physician warned mo that tobacco was af-
leeting my nervous system und thereupon
I burned my cigar boxes. 1 used no sub-
stitute and a fortnight later I forgot inv
smoking. From that time I wroie with
greater lucility. '
The well-preserved old gentleman readily
complied when requested to rccilo the rou-
tine of a man who having lived to ty
knows how to live. 'Uclore my morning
meal at 8 o'clock" he-said "I eat either
one-half of a largo apple or an orange from
my daughter's orange grovo in Florida re-
jecting the pulp. At breukfast I have oat-
meal the volk of hard-boiled eel's a niece
of toast the best kind of English breakfast
tea and certain kinds offish in season
such as Spanish mackerel which I esteem
u delicacy and porgies. Ssonietimcs I have
cold roast beef or a saddle of mutton and
at least once a week lor breakfast ou Sun-
day usually corned beef hash. A light
luncheon is served at 1 o'clock and some-
times I eat a slice of corned mutton but
always bread we call tnem buttered
gems and sometimes at this luncheon we
have sardines. Cold water is tho onlv
liquid on the fulilo at that hour. At'fi
o'clock 1 always have lish of whatever
kind may bo in season. For fifteen years I
have eaten no desert of any kind except a
C'otinsh Hulls or Dentil
There was a singular case up for triul in
the justico's court the other day at Saw-
tooth. The question to be decided by the
justice was whether a restaurant keeper is
ustihed in shooting a man lor refusing to
eat his codfish balls. The judgo of the luw
and justice decided yes. Tho caso was as
follows; The proprietor of a Sawtooth res-
lauraiil placed a pinto of codfish balls on
the table of a young man and a regular
hoarder who hud sealed himself for grub.
Tho boarder was calmly and peacefully
stowing away the victuals but didn't take
in any of the codtish balls.
The restaurant keeper approached him
and said in a coinmandini' tone ol voice
'You eat them coilli-.li bails."
"I don't like codiish balls" replied tho
"You eat them codiish bulls I tell von!"
"I tell you 1 won't; 1 don't like Yin."
"1 tell you once more to cat them codfish
halls ll you don't I'll shoot vim:" and
the restaurant keener started for his pistol.
The boarder hiiw tout be hud to do one ol"
three things cut codtish bulls refuse again
and be tilled With leaden hulls or skin.
He skipped. Just us his coat-tail was van-
ishing nut at tho door the irate restaurant
keeper blazed away but missed him. The
boarder had him arrested. The justice in
bis dignity decided that the proprietor
oi a iiusii-iiousu was peri.'cnv jusiiiiitble m
shooting ut a boarder with' intent to kill
for refusing to eat his codiish balls. Idaho
Masculine Jewelry In Kurope.
Observing Americans noto a revival of
rings bracelets and lavish colors In contl-
nentul society. Young men ot the theatres
aro conspicuous when they stand as Is the
custom on the continent with their opera-
glasses levelled at thn house for bracelets
on their wrists jewels on their hands with
I)..; .. ....i.l.... ..I...:. -.i.i.... .. ..
...v. i .-.Mm v'iiii-n vudin n iucu oecame
the fashion among Indies not Inner nun. In
tho rovivetl Ircscoes of i'oiupeil tlio same
tiling may no seen loung Ilonmns tus-
tened the sleeves of their togas with gems
and covered their bare arms tmm i
wrist to the elbow with fillets of gold und
jewels I The craving ambition ut every
nil miuvr n iniiuitn'liy is lor a UCCora-
lion a mcctina oi lutr nameni i.-i.
do of such personal bvdizement us tbe
wiiiifsi caricature couui not surpass. So
great a mind as Disraeli's could not be
weaneti irom mo craving lor adornment.
As a vouth ho was plastered with i.ivir.
in the house as an earl he was eovereil
with the most outre insignia of Ma nr..r :.
the peer. A session of any one of the great
orders of the Hal It tho Thistle the Garter
the Golden Fleece St. George the Itlack
Kagle or the hundred score tlitrerenl com-
panies invented bv sovereigns In .ilmnt.in
the ardor and flatter the vanity of tlio noble
on aspiring presents more thenlrlo gnrce-
ousiiessthaiiun oriental pageant. I I'hiU-
A Heeeher Fish 8tnrr
Mr. Needier told a pretty herd "fish
itory" to his people at the Plymouth prayer
Hireling urn veiling. ji UUI that when-
ever his father went down to Guilford
Conn. to visit hit wife's relatives ho used
lo think of nothing but llnding a good
place to catch trout. In certain pool
there was a particularly largo trout and
for several years the. old gentleman
vainly tried to hook him. Finally
during ono of his annual visits he saw
tho old trout's tin sticking out of the
water In a ihady spot under the bank The
"' migier oeinougni mm tliut lie hud
nearu or re.vi mat fl:i could be tickled and
captured with the hand. He softly slipped
a hand into the water under tbe motion ess
I sh and slightly tickled its belly with h"
finger-tips. It shot a little distance oil' but
V in"- iiiiiiit-tiinteir ami ire
lleecher moved lilt band lightly along its
scales until approaching tbe gills he sllppsj
his forelliiger In end Jerked the surprised
4 AND 5.
bttJUND ANNUAL TO'J; Or THE
fiumiorted bv a Stronff romnanv nf Anlnr in.lr tlm M..i...nnni .y ... . '
niM. uj oiuim .uiiii.ttiiy ui Aciors uii.ier me .MunBi'einoiit of Mr John j rni i iva
Now and Elegant Scenery Costumes Paraphernalia etc. u-3sats on Sale Fridav 't s 'l'''"'-
Ueeemlier 1 atthJonera house Price tt M. "u oaio r nua) at S a. n
pATKS ABKAU-Corsieiiu December 1st and !!; Penton. Deiemher 6th- Galiinsvin. n
eemlier -th; Denlsnn. Deeenber sth: linnhsm. Hccemlier file "liennsn. Deeemlvi lUh nn'nNi
RICH FASHIONABLE CHEAP
Our stock this season embraces mnnv now
manufHc lure and purchased with a view to plensuonr putn
preiiHivii toshow von an assortment of unveliies whicli will
lays. We claim to bavo tho lest assorted stock
614 WIfl 5TS2K
Wo make a Specialty of
Mat i! hod Pairs
and Loose (roods;
also mounted in
Lace l'ins Studs
Ear liings Finger
Kings Scarf Tins
Mads of best hard rubber.
mountings. The point has a screw adjustment and will fit
oithtT the copying or block automatic leads. Price 50 cents.
RKV. A. H0BB3 WntcB:-
I30N TONIC I tnko pleasure
ii'i48 H I .nnil A B.o?t excellent remedy to
SsiC. in u 5 f. . .
- . "IUUUU1I
oi me irreatest value
whore a Tonio is neces-
sary I recommend it
as a reliable remedial
niront poBSOBRiuir un-
doubted nutritive and
LouiictlU. At.. i.i
nSTAMD 11 TM DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO. 813 IT. 1UXS ST. CI. LCffll
trout liiuh and dry upon the bank. The
lish welched three pounds. Mr. lioecher
told this story with such dramatic
I . V "m so ciovcriy mu.
lilt I'll llm nl.l n.ll....... '
i . .1 t . iiui-iimii iierriui;
nto the pool mid reaohiiiR his arm down
uinr urn whit inai wnen uo puiied it up a
rustle of cxeilement wns notiealile in the
meet hit. Mr ltu.-).'. ....:.....
..... ..vvi.i. a .11. irii-.vilMIH lllllll
jery in another part of Ins tlisrourse led
him to iiuike a nose and a ttrimace which
iii.iiiii unve tieiiKUteii one oi Ills ciiricntur-
sls. Jle sind his Friday niftlit eoiiKreira-
tlon was liko a brood ol callow rbim sit-
tinir in a nest wttli nvoa ulm ...ni..
......... j . niii uii'UIIIB
open waitinu for him to drop in a worm.
.nr. in-ii-iier titiiu nisown eyes opened his
inowtlt to the fullest and sut for a moment
with face upturned looltinir its iinuih like a
yotniR rnlnn its was iinssiblo for a trentle-
man pf his Bi;o and full hubit.-INew Vork
An Auiitettr Aetor as "Super."
Aprios Major II (very popular) got
a dainty noto t
bo play in her theatricals 7 Weak man-he
would. A lew days after he received a re-
lienrsitl card headed "supers." It Informed
bim that t ie piny selected was The Ticket
of Leave Man in the llrst act ho would up.
near as "n pnest" in the fourth
a navy" and nlterwnrds as "n detective."
In these "tho make-up" (tlio make-up's the
thing) wus accomplished. The ntiiht
CHme-Ihe piece was a mccets-but what
Vit.m him was that whenever ho trod
the stnea althotiirli only a "super" without
a line bin entrance was tho .iir iiil for loud
snd continued laughter. A uppc Ih
borrowed the programme und U theu
nimied hi conclusions. It read- ''Super
Irst act: A irucs' Mnjor II (his llrst ap-
peaiance). Fourth set: 'A navy' Major
mans (Ins second appearance). Last scene:
A detective Major llluuk (his last npicnr.
ance)." tjuls- 1
Wonderful Cane Tonnage
I'p to tho boKlmitnit of this week while
the sugar yield per aero was highly satis
factory vet the vlold tier ton of entiA .
unusually low averaging about 100 pounds
o sugar 10 ine ton while the vleld get
---- '-. "v ... (M'tiiHiFi mm in
rare escs as high as 100 pounds ol sugar to
the ton of cane.
Tbe season was highly propitious for the
growth of cane and tiis stand being perfect
inny now and attrnctiro articles of American and Foreli
lew to plennuonr patrons !mth in style emt price w 15!
if tinveliies which will imise appropriate sifts for the ho i
in the slate.
- DAILAS TEXAS.
To Oc.- Patrons Abroad.
"We request that
you r-ent.l iu your
orders as early as
possible for Tsuch
articles of jewel-
ry as you may
lesire to liare
nade to order.
satisfaction in all
cases. rite to us
Tilth flno rolled crold elate
A eomhlnntlon of Fro
tajciile of lnmt J'emrwn
Hark utui l'hasphorwi
a )Htlatabl form t or
JlrbiHty Lorn) of Jlil
tile frustration of i Hal
l'outri it it indwiwiwi-
InJustry IU.. cays:-
"1 consiaer u
mo aowntateu vitatiorces.
5 .1. ...II. l.nnrv thA
long-citlitinued warm weatber permntl
the plant to attain a size seldom ' '"
l.omsimia. .1 lie dry weitiner aisu tou -greater
inaturitv ot top joints tlisii iii-
All this conspired tosivetbo f rest ton-
nage per ncre which is a insrvsi
iniitiv. We learn from Mr. R. H. V'J;
ol New Orleans that on Ins i-o
plantation lie is now tiuianiM'n
tuns of cane to tbe acre and be beam
m - i ii i.. ninioi Im waSEct
.nr. iineueu iirmnirt iihi.h. --
tinh forty-nino tons to the acre from wm
of liis land. As more than twenty ton"
totbeacreis seldom obtained tiie rf"
will seo wliut wonderful cano y'" '
has proven Sow that ewl westhw W "
In it is likely to become a sugar yM we"J
niiu we expeei to near m - n
sug.tr per ton as well as heavy tonnag
the acre. Sew Iberia Sugar Bowl.
Last night there assembled
deuce of Mr. and Mrs T. K McKn..l '
friends.the occasion belnjtbf reieonw
the twentieth birthday ol ineir
Dancing and parlor games of mll'";rs
were Indulged In f'f J5"H
when the joyous aemblg W4 "JJ
to the diniiig-Wl. whert. P
past wo spread and wliere aU mail i
freely. Afer enjoying ' ''h hlf
wlillo longer tbe party f' f.'i
ssiislled that it was one of tbe J3'
n-nlrsi they had attended In "''L
and wishing Joe many more years ol nn )
Do not trifle with any .1 "rS'iu
Disease. Whenever you mite -. (uh
Acker's Enultj.li Kenie
Kenieiiy ' u ' i U
ther trouble. Altboug I. i -r
the most prevalent diseune In tms ul
yon run be perl' etly pn.tec J l S. .
of ibis pr.'PiMtlon. Sold by W. "
on it Co. balls.. Tex.
Kek vur t. llslinisn'S.
oT MM I P(S P
The Rnmnli Cstlio
bee. Mgr. Telierei
In n-lilr i lie nivcs it
heed to tbe allurementi o n?l Is
grunt agents. It- l'?. 'i. .beT
lesve Can..;! f r the I '-I'" D-
wlll foMnke their W'b.
pnntiler ilecelitloll 00" !'".'
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