The Dallas Weekly Herald. (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 24, 1885 Page: 4 of 8
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TURDAI1AS WKlKfiY llJcnALl)
TO Tiil t Ali V-I R3 OF DALUS C011TT
h. l a'la arraaaamanU I !
U( nuilrallaBa lar aaaa upon raal
lata lor alenii aryaari at rtaaonalila
taUaf liiUraat. ( ll en. oraririrais
Mwii! .4 tad
ulllMAfN hi HI K ft llAU.Ar TrA
Thk mi fol.il nUcuth.n ot cur .ior
chautw una otlinr iiiuirtidtcil 1 ill-
m.ctl tut.nr apodal N' Yurie ililly
rtnoiii f tho Now Vo:U iiia.:..t
Tlioy aro prf-pHieil m4 forwarded
nicbtly voTuk llKitALU ly onst f the
boat commercial auil financial eJl.ora
lu that autl any bo always rolled
oo fur ontlro accuracy Impartiality of
statement m to quotations aud va-
tlouH duta concoruIuK Slato luunlo!-
pal railroad and othi-r londs stool:"
to. and to market valuatloua o( lead-
InK commercial products.
Bexar county ahowa aa lucifltie In
valuta of JlCCOo:0 ovor thoaoof lfcU
vearv" San Antonio lu tto south and
lAl!as la the math ot Texas hUUca ly
It i encouraging to luarn tbat tin
grass lu Bonthweatern Te.vas is iu
aplfadld condition and tho outlook
encouraging not only to cattlo and
ih( umu but butilnebg generally.
Thk publication by Tun Hkuaxii of
Talm aqt.'n Bernion and tho very rvh-
oral attention which It rocelvod In au-
othorludlcatlou of tho fact tbat Tub
Hkiialu I tho Kroat religious medium
n this part af tue vineyard.
On the 5th of October tho Canadian
Paciflo will be eoinplettd to the
racltto coast and be open for trafllo
thus gtvlDK North Atr.crloana four Rreat
iin. i.oiiiiin tu ocean. Whon
Caifyla makiif a low moro important
lmprtvai'iita of this character wo
may two her in cut or tue coiu.
If thiuialBtant pontuiHstor-KonfiiuI
whonaH bteu examiiiltiir tho railway
mall setce In the West and bos
found auclfoxcellent ayttem and dls-
patoh would take a apiu over our
Texas roada he w onld find be ween a
multitude Of delays and m'gooi'm.c-
tlonw Bometjuing for study aud reform.
Tug picnic and parade of tho Donl-
aou KiifgUta of Labor next month
proiuiaea tyfbe a grand afllalr. Donlson
Is to try heiaelf and both the Knights
aud the Gate City will doubtless mark
an era la thuir histories. Denlson is
one or the most promising and at-
tractive oltloaia Tex as and la capa-
ble of Retilug up a moat oiijayabla aud
Thtb Saa utonio express is jost uud
huniaue aud has this much to any for
even the hunted and friendless Cul-
nese: "Every litno a true-hearteu liiau con-
templaiea tho Hiiuation of the tjbinesie
who are in this country and the treat-
ment they are receiving from uu en-
lightened civilized aud Uhrlntiau poci-
ple ho umat ieel ashamed of his couu-
trymeu." Da Cabkoll. or Waco ia his reoont
sermou on 'The Colored People; -Oar
Pjobleai"declared that tho SDutherner
wa8thoL.efiro's Wst friend aud ihat
If the problem wore left to tho South
"ITwouia bfl soh-ei praclloally aud
humanely." Thf matter is nov iofc
practically to thoJouth and tbo iruth
of thodoetor'aatatomentis proven by
the improved condition of the uerj
and the more satisfactory relatioas be-
tween the wbitt and blacks aiuco tho
withdrawal In 1S77 of the troops aud
oarpel-baaniug politicians from tho
At tho rocont county elections on
prohi biiion a good many local-option
precincts vot3d as&lust county prohi-
bition. Since Ihr.t election a good
mauy prooincts have ae'eptad local op-
iti a i th'.u pods (3 nrove that the
people consider that there la a vast dif
ference between Jocal option auu yi u-
hibitlon. Local option r. as never In-
tended as an adjunot to prohibition
andeveiy eCortto use Has such has
failed. Tho people have rebuked
every attempt to uso local option for
iuy other purpose than a reasonable
- Tasbest evidence potsibie of tho
boom now enjoyed by Dallas is the
earnest desire all ovor N jrib. Ttxas
for direct railway communication
with this cliy. The Northwest. South-
west and Southeast have spokan n
-miohi.-uiiin torms. and now the
Northeast is trou3ed. ur Ctarka-
vllla mm nnnnfiont savs.
"This section of the State is becoming
..... i f... Jlwnn. vmlmail
commun'iostiou with Dallaa.Our people
are "i.naii)g"on the (mure RroatCBss
' ol DltaH aud if the facilities lor
travel and shipping worn good that
city wo.mi rtfouivw iuiku i'.nj
ironi luis Bouuuii.
Thk propoblMou of Mr. Ji.adstose
in his mantlesto in lavor or Jiee lanu
and tho abolition of prlmosorsivure is
tho most radical proposition that has
oiAr noiufi from en er.-premior of Eng
land. Tbe aristocracy of Entfaud its
great landed. estates and gentry do
mi Khsolutelv upon the laws c:
entail and primogeniture by which
the great estates are kept from dl-
ici.i and lha titles of nobility are
transmitted and their dignity main
tained. To abolish these iawa is looo-
itroy tbe aristocracy or Great Britain
tha tinor masses were lntoilijjent
nough to grasp thia proposition In a
iiort time England wonia oa more
Democratic than Amorioa. ; '
Whbx the LeglBlatura bhall meet
again wbother in extra or general
aesslon the laws will be .jnade more
stringent and effective as to assessing
taxes against live stock and aa to tbe
nse of school land for pasturage with-
out paying for it. The aohool land
must yield a fall revenue to satisfy tbe
demands of the people. The reports
of tho agents fcent nut by the land
i... .kn that a irraat deal of this
waiyt " " I
land ia aoguired by men who own
took aud no land ana wno ao noi.
veu pay Uxmion theotook. . Instead
of yield i fAnannoal reveru of $400-
000 or $60000 this Bohool land ahould
yield a.leaat lCO000O per annum.
Tae mifi who have leased land are In
lnokfortoOther wIU hTtttodo.
WANTONLY INJUniNU 16 KM-
Our Austin peUI Ibis '"'
eir.ta i an Item '! with 1"iflrn
In matijr Intaraal In lbs Ntita u.
Taias. We aliuilal'i Ilia latirr hu
a piomliiM.t iltUMn lu I'lilU lw pl lt i
lilrtal to (loVKiiMoa Jiia.ai
n l iiialil'iM Intjnlrliia as l. Ilia n
oftliill report lliat ara lining k'
mti. I In liali""i and rin flan'
tl'i.uilijiit tt.ti country t I
"ttirt rutibf.ry cf '!:; Iuinl."
Tl.' i riport Hiuproducliig tliroiij'h.
out die North all aorlt of ImpiOBtdoii
pi iruar.l to Ilia mtoRi It.y of our ptioiile
.ind our Malo olllcla'a lu the lustier ol
a'Uiitxl "j )bl;try ami corruption" a'id
In n li.'.y. whllo unlcis pioniptly slop-
m.. . : I: c y will do srloue and lririno-
rtiublo dam n to many Ilntonats
llrouliout tlm Stall-. If siMpiclmid
mt arouso.l and fid by ata'.uniouli.
that our bend olliulaU In Austin r.-o
Kullly of the dnopost villainy In "rob
biuK" tl e people of tbe State of their
properties land etc. capital will Do-
come ciUrlghtDd and ahun Investment
Lure. Dixpattihea oulculated to btgot
tins very result are bolng forwardod to
all tUaloadini; dallies In tho Vcltml
States aud howover ndroltiy
wordod toward Booming impar
L'.alitv. mo uonutiued by tboso
at a dlstanco who do not un
doralaml tho situation aa testimony
dlHClojing a ahaiuoliss condition ot
lUIra at our capital aud which
d:ubtloia pervadta tbo en.tre
cl.lenry thouewlth lands for aale
rallwoy companies and c.hera. Jn
tlila S:otowe. of cci ro nnderatand
the pure SHnHatlonallam of all theso nf-
fortaas well us tbo uttor i;roundlci-.s
uess of the charges preferred ard our
poplo havo paid alljjht if any attuc.
Hon to them but outside our l'mit?
whoro the real facta are not known
the shameless couruo is dolus Its work
of mischief and very soon tboprnctl
cal rosulte will La folt by thousands.
DEMOCRACY: - PROHIEITION:-
Our Laucaster coirospotuloD. makes
subotaullally tbofollDwiug points in
HDnnnaulitTllV H I? II A T .n'ti T P.f)Tt Plli-
torlal on prohibition aud local option
aud wt'oh v.-o wui here couce. no
vi titirohibitiou and local option
are Idontlcal." The reply is thattliey
are bo ia nature but not in ine manor
ofrxnediencvofuso norin Justice of
operation; aud therein lurta tbo fs
Ucy that tjnfusBs. A precinct or
a county may bo almost unanimous
uudur tho existing constitutional pro-
vision foritbe abolishmout of liquors
from its limits and yot tbe crcat ma
jority of tbe Stato are opposed to it.
Socond "Every probiniuonist ns
aligned himself with that wing of tho
Democracy favoring local option."
Suppose wo grant this whore 13 tho
harm to result? There are any num-
ber of couulne. true-blue Democrats
favoring local c-ition in their couutlt-.d
or preclnots for certain local ronsons
who would oppose State prohibition
Just so there are many puro Demo
crat who vote as tboy piease in a mu-
nlcioal o ectiou. but invariaoiy aauero
rigidly to the State and National licL-
ThLd "In every prohibition and
losal-aptiou isue tho ficbt is against
Domocraov." Not at all tho case.
Thoro now lies boforo ua one of the
Inarlinc dniliea of Maine couiplalclng
bitterly that "the Republican party
haa in t-very way epposea prouiu.-
tion" .r.d (?iviug fuels 8B to
such end. Pbofessoii Horinsfe in
the "Hand-Book of Prohibition"
8ayis:""Ti)e heor voto;i3 eEKential to F.e-
publlcan succors as tbo whisky veto is
to Doraocraoy. Imperative to both par-
tins the saloon is uphold by both and
will bo doted by neltbor. Twice have
Republican tricksters thought to fool
tempeianco men in this State of New
York. They are rot to bo trusted and
wo accept tho inevitable." Furthor
than this will our correspondent be
pleased to rocall tho immon30 coloiod
and Republican voto agaiaat prohibi-
tion aud local opiiou inMcLenaau aod
Fourth "Principle not men ni&be
Demooracy and liio lact tbat good
Demcorats favor localopUcn cloea v.C.
make it Domocratio doctriue." l-tut
is truo bnt be it always remembered
that men formulate principles and
policies. And to bo logical our
correspondent ia bound to show
that looal option is antl-Dem-ocratio
on principle. This wilt bo a
Herculean task for him when the
Democracy ia in tho fact divided ou
the question and strong Democra'.ic
States undor Democratic Legislatures
are almost unanimously against him.
The moment we make looal option a
pure sumptuary la- that moment
confusion worse confounded boils over
wi'.h all manner of Intricate incon-
sistencies and laughB Bt tae autM;-
onisms it crpates. The police regula-
tion ductrlno adjusts all difficulties.
Fifth "Parsons have not made pol-
itics a study and henoe aro not safe
loaders." Ah but "Atiti" neither
had they made tho "military" a study
aad yet when tho time came tnoy
pro ed tho aatast aud bravest and
host of leadei s as evidenced by Polj-
Lewis Gano and a host of others.
An.! our Dartv bailed tuo vie
tory when BEKcnun proclaimed
fur Cleveland. But those "par-
sous" have made a study of
moral science out of wtiioh political
economy Is evolved and about w hich
they know infinitely more man ine
lintntnred forolunor or home laDorer
or colored citizen whoso time la all
absorbed by that constant toil re-
nnlred for his family's dally broad.
Nay do not padlock tho parson' llp
when his right hand irora a soarreu
hndv Lirontrht na victory.
Sixth He "fears the Democrats will
uunnrlor awav nnconsclonslv." We
have nothing in response to this.
W trust the soundness of our princi
ple and the fidelity and good cense
of our houohold more than that. We
irnnt holnaaad way as acatnot pro
hibition If this latter can entice 135009
Democratic majority irom our ioia.
sirnth "It is the great political
question to-day." Yes with the pro
hibitionists in toair reter-tno-nermis
nru(tilu Ricainst the "accursed Jerusa
lem." Itat it ah uld not be a party Iseuo
wit h the DomiKiraoy and w. ni
hurt onrilyss to mke it ao. Wo
almply want t' lot the local r j.'ion law
alone as it new ataodjaud kuook
State prohibition in' the bead every
time It bobe np serenely or otherwise
like BANQBO'g ghost. .....
THK HKHAIJH DALLAS TKXAftj Tm.HDV SKt'TKMHKU 2.
i- Mh "In 17" and In iwuiia
iwunf Jflildd lipa pfln-lplo for t
tkx if maoa ami "t liotliln I'l tf
tiirii." This l ""l wairautad by (lie
fa'la of I7s7. We emiiproiiilaad e:.
tinina vl'iws than on Htte rlKil an
nai uiedonoof I'm Imai KK""!'""
Urn world over an) wha tho id
"Uoiif-xliirala Ktaguu" Idoa woiil.l
have mine 1 tlm yoinit? nation. Ib-
fire 1 -ill wo m'l l think "ain oisliui
rltfliW" wai a "good p. iticlpln Invlolt-
bin;" In i'W'i wo cmiu u lo.l it wa a
"bad policy buratad."
N'uith "I l.ave nuvor i oaid a IHiii.i-
rrat any that looal opiioa U mil
sumptuary in Its 0h4r.10.0r Jutt ft
much na prohibition." A yu "ol a
liltio oblivloua aud uil:;oJ iiarao
good "Autl?" CoUnunH cf a:.iolos
prooliiim otherwise. Walk iuto our
library ami vo will ovenvhalm you
with troatiai-a by liiadlrg Domocrafa
vlmt ay oth(.rwlK9. Will you road
Mi:. NounitoKr M's. Pkbhy aud the
etlHi. j out of tho Demooratli parly?
Touth "If looal oitbm bo carried
out fully It interferes with personal
lliwrty." Of coiirao l does. Ho do
quaraulino laws pistol carrying tho
law of (ho load koop to tho right (t
Id omuo gonus do tbo aame thin?.
1'otlco reuulationa all and soundly
Eievonth "If thoro were an eiscliuu
In Da.laaconuty you and (iovai:Miii
(linns would both opposo loeil op-
tlou?'' Corlalnly so. Hut ou tho ground
of expodlanoy bocause wo do not need
it our police btlnff ample ab'o to knep
tho peace ard partly because Ju t at
tlila moment it would oncourajjo l 'io
Twelltn "Tbo wur Is henoolnrih be-
tween nomocracy and prohibition-
ists." Very well tho Democrats will
dotbelrduty novor foar when Sluts
proMMtron in the issue tho prohibi-
tionists present uuless wo discover
tho entlio State wish it and then vo
would wron? even tuo ir5Oi;o majoilly
in our own party.
ThlrloenHi -T1ib more wo parley
whb. prohibition the slrooger It will
grow." Wo do not believe it. Gonu-
ir.o Domocracy will flourish wheu foe
prohibition craze will be asleep
In Its little grave. If we can uot with-
stand Umo and tho (IliouBsiOP it
niuob bo that prohibition will be
another evldontWl link for verlllortion
of thodootrlneor the "u;vlval or tho
Touri2entli-"Tbo high liconso svi
torn intbe bist basis fir a comprc
irlso." Then pursue your own rule
viz: Carry it to its c:.trom3 limit as
the test of its Roundness and yon run
right up against prohibition. Euro
cnuiib "ostremes meet." MaLe tho
lloenso under that rule monopolistic
and you c' atTy tho probibitionibt to
his heart's content.
Fifteenth "Let tho pa.ty in Slale
convention face tiio quostion; it
can no loorir avoid it." Wo have
u-:.t finialied an artlclo v heralu oppo
sition to thin view is elaborated. When
luis broak shall to mado we believe it
will b? a sad dry for the Democriny.
We leave t local-opt'.on mattor jus'
where it is. Make no issue on too
question create no breaches and a? '.
will b3 well. Local-option Democrats
and Democrats tried and true are an
ovor the State.oud every one of th6m in
legislative halls will be like your hon-
ored aeir an "Anil" unless Demftiia-
cyeleot for tbe reverse reason! aud
then so much the woree for Democ-
racy. But tbat let us here prophecy
will nover be however Domccra j
may voto on looal matters.
THE SPEAKER AND THE SILVER
Our Washington correspondence
published this morning informs ns
that an understanding has beoo
reachod between tho followers of
Messes. Cat.ttsl3 and Kandalt un-
der which tbe former is to be unani-
mously rn-elcctod speaker and Mr..
Randal c (o bo reappoluted chairman
oftbo committes ou appropriations.
This is more than likely although
thero would be no doubt of Mr.. Car-
lisle's c-olection in the abssuco of
any uuch understandings. Ho mado
liuchcuaiTctor as a presiding officer
during tho Forty-eighth Congress that
oouitusv would dioiata I1I3 re-olcct'.ci:
aside from tie leade-autp on the p-ei; t
nnoi:tion of the tarill". of tho inojoruy
of the dominant party ia tho riouso.
There can bo 110 objection to Mr. It n-
daix either as chairman of tho ap-
propriations committee although be
might ba a rank protectionist. Mn.
KAXDAiLdidnot defeat the Mor.r.i-
son bill as chairman of tho appropria-
tions committee but as a member of
tho house simply with a respectable
folio wipe. Tbe old o. ganlzation will
thereto -e in ill probability be oontiu
nod lu tbo r.cit houao.
Butsinco tho Forty-oisbtU Coogross
annthor matter of vital importance
ba3 booa a'.sumiua enlRrgod propor-
tions and avt' Acliig uauiual atten-
tion which adds a new interest to tbe
election of tbo speaker aud tho scone
of Ui3 powers. We hear daily of tho
atti'ndoof tao ad ministration toward
! tha BiJver question and many ara tho
I surmises and g.' eat is tho ourioi'ity as
I to whai the president will recommend
ou that Bubjoct and for what contend
but tha fact is tbo president is power-
less iu the premlss3 if tho
sDeakor bo not in accord
with him. Truo the proBidont
hasaveiopowor butevon thou it in
not abaoluto aud if tho speaker bo de-
termines he oan proyeut the pass;a;;
or even tho consideration or a bill and
thus deprive the osecutlvo of an op-
portunity to uso his veto powor at all.
The important inquiry therefore is
not what are the views of the ad minis
tration but what are Mr. Carlisle's
views on tho silver quostlon? And
this question mnst await a definite an-
swer until Mr. Carlisle sees fit to de-
o'.are hla poiloy in aome way.
Mr. Caklislb is a close politloal atu-
dent. He does not eufier himsoir to be
carried away by the popular clamor of
the moment on great economlo or
nnannialoiiestions. When his atten
tion ia directed to a mattor he probes
it. He is not ontent with a superficial
glonoe. Unlike Senator Logan who
mastered ibe nuauoiai 'jm-
tion "easily m iwo wwau. a
study" Ma. CAaLism haa been
giving inontai of patient invos-
ligation to tula stiver question alone
end it la safe to aasomo ihat he has
uiatnrbd viewj on tue aubjeot.and that
ha win na to it tbat bis organizations
cfthe committees on coinage nd on
banking and. currency will gl
hitafil april.n to hit view' lit
i'irlg"i so. the'' h irsrliail
Hie eii'Milimliin iiaralii'ui leafMoil by
lha prrAl'lftiil lliat tbaie Is (lan .ar In
llinoovt'tiiisd e'jiiiiiilwify eolna;e of
Jiit au imiiiti iler anniia"V. Ifaueli
l.nllfiMio t li a' 1110 ( u lain Hi At
tlm U'fcWa'.lun of ino Ko 1 r-!uu Cun-
Ci' Wl'l re iUlt lu a noiiip'omliia lii
ti-ui time: trnn'O hI'vo." iiioii and l..u
nl u ivt.i.u on.
Tji aio guoil in-Mria fore.pi)cil"'
tin. conioroiulio. Tbu ioakor oau i
ppjliit Mr.. 15'. A Mi uMalnuaii or I .u
voli:.iiiOOouiiiiittUi Mild (-.Ivh I1I111 Rt I in-
HAtoe imio a majority In oiio..ion
0:1 liWciiuiiiilli.eo. or lia oau d'stii ioi
Mi:. ilLANOii-ul kpi'U it a oiuu'i:.fo
out and on; In t.yiinMiy wtili t'.n
uitijlmutra.ioa. lu eillior ovnt Lu
wllll iicaa ui f -v rop m 1 out tbo
0 limine C');iiiiuui'. l'i fvof of iim 10-
pal or aiiiondinon'-of tho Ulano Aot.
ltlsararothing toaostho houiu
padlatoa majOiUy ropo:tlro n or.a r
it committees esp' iilully when ImoKf.J
by i!io aotlvo asais'.tiuua of tUaapoalto..
The ratult would therofo o aiuioai
inevitably bo a coiuprouiise lor bo.U
bides of tequostioii aro being woited
up to a fve'-boal over It arid the
IIla.su following would not tau oly
uo:nlt to an ubioluto repeal of the
A 0 uipromise U tho onty hipo 'i.r
thn wolf Are of the oitunt.'y or tub pa. .y.
Tha o:iinar;o of silver ouiUt
not to bo vtopnad entirely
a tuo Kaiturn u.i.l gold aiandard
uii-it doslio and demand. Nor
otii.aluo c uuliy to be II odi'd wliti a
Ueo.(td Hi'.ver com. Tho pol.y which
HV-Touts itself toui is a pvro dollar
I. k t-. iui mR-iu t.
iuednotby m.nhura.loat measi.
niuntpc Mcutl.' Jt't ia roipoaso to
tho di iii.in . roiti tu:of t.:i'o and
mainly iu Ije di.-iijielioi cT ite Ueaa-
ury department ; pohey m:-eiaaa-onrd
wi'ithat epp.oved bytheP.-cs;-du
t t to which it ia now Mn.
C-r.i : "Tlaa oonvo' t or falling in
an honost purauo:'.ai worm overj
cent its stamp cmtiaoa to. wo are
not for tho Bland act as it now. stands
aod cannoi but feel graLf ed that tbo
aLtjnl'Oa which tbe speaker Las been
it'-jj iho subject is und .utcod to
piwilse a pi-aslical ond nfc eolation
or 0 prooiSH).
- 1 . .i. i;rlt:i in exnoediui'.lv BOre and
o xi:..)uo uu ;b-JsUnate casbs "that Tongallno
t.n-nishcd cootleraen concoi ucd p0S!10S8e8 decided and markod cura-
tnrongh tho publishing of ther ; ave propert ies in rueumaiionourale'a
naa:eslt is amusing to ob:orvo the 'and in many instances of muscular
wido discrepancy of opinion .. f certain '"aKer Cole M. D. St. Lnuis Mo.
ouruais in in man? o v wmwvuv.
Ln:uTKNANT-GovEr.son Gincs and
Cosorf.scman Wkllkobs are deter-
miuingtbe course or Tire Hgralp or
Th s Hkcald Is prescribing their
ccuvse on tho prohibitlon-local-optlon
r.nn ilon. Thevaro all sadly mixed
aad lust about as t atily off whlohover !
hornJ.heytako. Tho truth is we ara
all liappny iHKing care ui uu-oatvoo
respecuvely and are ijauo comfort
able ia our soveral position
neither piaymg Valbniikb Vox
tho ventriloquist for tho other
but confidently enti-encbod within tbe
forireas or facts and principles are
loaded and ready to do battle against
any curious crusades that may come
up from the Colds of fiction and the-
ories to in redo our owu oountry. Not
every mau that from rostrum or sano-
tun? fired prper pallets or breathed
f.'rious war in tue Breckkn ridge-
Lincoln oamj'alin was tho first to
enlist in the ranks or the foremost
I 1 ..1.1 4n ll.i. Unhl irhAn If. rllll
hill. KUl'JBU IU UIU 11..". n u'.m - 1
ooine or the last to secure release.
Indeed quite the reverse was the
caso and we are to!d it as a truism
that "history repeats itself."
las Dodd City Sp60tai.or remarks
;o Its last Issue:
"TnsHnr.ALDhasa bandy way o'
present ing tbe condensed views of the
prean of tbe State. It is not narrow-
minded enough to f;ve only one side
of questions but is a broad-gaune
iVec of what other papers h-i o
Tbe Spectator has struck it pie
cisnl.p. Tbe Sta'.o press editor is in-
rt voted to clip editorial oipiessions
oa any leading subject iYoin ail tbo
State naoern utiorly irrespeotive ol
locality poMtlcs f.iendi'hips prju-
dicas or ovon opposition to this joui-
nal tlio oiijeot of the Stale press co1-
:iir tn iii.-ii'Bh irnrtai'tiall V a
rtf e? oftbo Staierieas aoati'u'tfnt.
The Atlauta Constitution lemem-
bera some of tbe mavvo'.ious atoiiea
told of Teras in by-gone days. It says:
'When Teras was in ber iniaDcy
wondorful tales were (old about her
resou(e3 aud tho poouliarlties of her
soi' aado'lnmfe. Among other thiols
it was said that Irish potatoes alior
ie second year's plaolj-ir turned to
swte1: and squally quaer tranaforma-
1 ons were leported of other vegeta
b!os. It was also boiii-ved that ani-
iurIs imravted lnlo Touas compleiniy
eaunrcd tl:e!r ppeciea after two or
Justk3 iams-kaWo tracsfoimR'.Ions
Ute place now but t jey are ohU fly
i:i tbe buHioess and comieroial world.
"Aulmf ls" however.l-om tho Esstern
Statss yet undeifjo a wonderful im-
p.oeiuerjt after a few yeavs' residance
Mr.. Talmagk was wonderfully im
presjod with Gormany and its Intel
lectnal development while ho was
abroad. He says: "The German mce
ha? attained a wonderful utate of de
velopment both motital and physical
Yon can talk with a cab-driver on a
scientific Bubeot and get intelligent
answers." You can got Intelligent
answers oa a aciontitlo subject from
cab-drlvera in this country also If
you confine tbo subjects to pugilism
Tub New York conventions are to
V held this week and their work will
practically settle the campaign. At
this time it looks as if Secretary of
State Cabb would bo the Kopubiican
standard-bearer and Governor Hill
the Democratic candidate. There are
some good seconds however and the
action of the conventions are by no
Uncle Dobman Eaton baa had a
long talk with the president and feels
confident he will be permitted to boss
and perpetrate the civil service com-
minslon fraud for a lime yet. Mn are
uotinialllblo and the president's tol-
eration ot Unoxk Eaton must for a
season ba eeneroualy overlooked.
Tub agitation of the paat few months
has about ceased and buslnoKS haa
opened np again. King Cotton is a
great guardian of the peace. When-
ever be steps to the front all bands
quit their foolishness and go to work j
A Slaio" Vnalil
rililln the puglll'.l h sliat.an tlm
cluatt.f Dallas Irum li honla and will
mtiirn no more Ma rn ml ard bal-
lortc'i wlii In at orp( 11 k lUn a mail
liovlno but on r up Aftlii 'X ciiipt awy
in ant.'y n an Arab. n Hiindiiy
la.t I'd r.Mii-oimliHil a ti loud 11 ihI h. I'ml
l.i 1. tin wanti-d ('. Hint aiimiiiit l inn
nej.t ry lio al'"i! to ii'oub a slug-
ul( lontrrtit T.1 ini'liov "' It'i'-
imlieil lilm. but liie'.-ud of emit luut
in-( 11 10 liio piirt.iiHti niiini'l. bo H.iint
a it iu t-J lor wliihl.y anil bi pau.
uff Ovarnml wa iii.tlllml of ih fA3ls.
-:id m i-eici tlt triiHiit ".( lodgua
i. 01 mi jAit. rn.x'111 l)fi"t. pltuoiiHly
now In bn nroHfO.itiMt. an' upon 11
1. .1 u.mo to 'imvit ilin ciiv. w.tS ranted
11 1 1 libiriiifcil li tila n'uikui. I'M 'In
MokniiwlMilgod ii.ai. n was no puulloit
on: .liiiii.ilil ih'i feint a capital aobemo
l'i iiiHliB iiionoy.
An old man by tli. niinio of Ilnu
Iliu'lfii. who ruildi'S urvcral mllns
wost ot tho rlvor haa been mystetl-
numy mlHsIng since Saturday laaU On
that day be csmo to the city and pro
ooBi'od to ft very drunk. During hla
Ho'iiirn he tradod a spun of exoellout
uiiilea to a borsejnntoy lot aooupte ot
nonius. Shortly 11 -flr leturnlng houia
bediMappeared and has not iiuon aeen
since. Ilia son yeeiduy brought tbo
puiiius to tbo city auughi the man with
whom bis father bad traded and by
roturiilug tbo tiorse-ileeb aud paylniK
17 fiO recovered the mules. Soaroh Jb
holn'j vfscrounly inHlltuted for tbo o d
mail' and it Is fnared that harm has be-
Lippolutmeut in maitc-s of plnas-
tie s ulHli to ie borne in matters
1 aAcJrnt UoaltU it beoouiBs cruel. Dr.
Kr Couh Syrup uevei disappoints
fi&J -.vbo ud it lor pbmumte oougbH
. f(!iK ir.j(.lttou of tb-i throat and
U I .
lin 's oto.
An Al'tsnd Vloluticn.
Dr. McMillen of Johnnoa county
who was ai.'estod tho Instance ol
Dnnuty Kevenue Collector llufua
Mlero for Jllloitly disposing of whls
j.7 ERVe hoail Ttgien'Byf w;th Hon.
0Url vellb nn and
Dr. J. H. Cochr m
auBj-t.tifif. He has retained Mr. Ln
gene Mii.AbBli as iiis counsel. Dr. M.
k 0110 of tbe inot highly estecmod
citizens of Jnhnr.ou county and his
friends are confident that he will be
Itoucrably acquitted when au iLvesti
K.tou is hold.
I am convinoed. after tostluur Its vir
l .ii) r.'aucklyn Laud Cuiiat.jr.
r.ie suit or tue .Tranoklyu Land and
Cattle oompany enjoiuiag tho Slate
r.ojcolieoting taxes hich haa Its
racch in Greer ootintr tho dispced
iorrltory between Te-as and tio
Uo'.tod Statei has noobaon acoordinir
Stat..s Marshal Mcl' e or lis dopu-
iIi'h. who had. bloro tue PBPors were
suv ad it Is alleged received notlca of
The Signal Service Da;.
I ho 8'nf;al servico employ a Flap to
remind ua of a pproaching storms. Wo
use Taylor's Cherokee Xleiuedy ol
Sweet Gum and Mullein to prevent
sliKbt coughs and co.'ds from develop-
ing into aumotbing more sorious
Suit for Daaiase.
A damage suit has bteo entared in
t-ie Taylor county district court by
Messrs. Dorey Daviduon & Grosscup
of Abilene against Sohueldor &
Da' jb of this city for tho sum of $30-
000. 'i'bodamages are alle'iod to have
reunited from tue effects ot an attaoh-
inont vlilch was ruu on thena Novem-
ber SO ICS! bv tb" Oiillas fi'm. Metisrs.
J. C. and J. F. O'Contiur the sureties
on l lie uttadbment bond a "e jointly
sued with Schneider fc Da. is.
An-monJit In liakin-; 1'cnde. .
Among the recent dUcoverif3 in
soier.coundchem'stiy none Js more
important than tho uses to wln'cb
common ammonia can be properly pin
asalnavening agent and which in-
dicate that this familiar salt is hero-
alter to preform an aoti o part Ju tlie
pi oparalion of our dally food.
The carbonate of ammonia fa eti ex-
ceedingly volatile substancp. Place a
small portion ot it upon u knife aud
hold over aflame ad it will almost
immediately beenli"e!y developed into
gas and puHHOfi'into ibe air. The gas
thus iormed is a imple composition of
nitrogen and hydrogen i'o residue is
lelc iroui tbo aimuo.ua. Tula g.vea it
its spueriority aa a leavening powder
over aoda and cream ol tarter used
alone and has induoed its use as a
supplement to these artloles. A email
quantity of ammouia in tbo dough is
fl'ective iu producing bread lha; will
i.h lwiiier. sweater and more whole
some than that risen by any other
leavening agent. When it is acted
upon by tho beat of baking the leaven-
ing gas that raises the dough is
liberated. In this act it uses itself up
salt wore: tho ammonia is entirely
diffused leaving no trace or resdduurn
wUatever. The lignt iiuny nuKy up
pearonce so desirable in btsouits etc
un.l i Houcht after by profesUona
ooobs ts said to be imparted to tnem
onlv by the uso of tbis agent.
Tho bakers and baking powder
manufacturers producing the li. SBt
goods have been quick to avail them-
selves of thin usclul discovery and the
hanriiioiiioMt and best bread and cake
are now lareelv risen by the aid of
ammonia combined of oourse with
other leavonlug material.
Ammonia is one of iho bent known
prod wits of the laboratory. If as
seems to be jus.Uy claimed for it the
anolication of its pronervies to tho pur
poses of cooking rwultalu giving us
lighter aud more wholesome brnd
biscnit and oaks It will prove a boon
10 dyspeptic bumani.y and will
speedily iorce itself into general use in
trie new field to whloh science fcas
assigned it. Si;ninitio American.
The Rov. Weems Woolou paslor cf
the Floyd Street Methodist church
who was arraigned before hlfl churoh
for soiomnlziijg the marriage of Wil
liam liicKnain auu Dims roan nnu-
man the bride being under age and
not havine tha consent ot her narent-a.
rna honorably ncqultted. The couple
wnrn armed with a liconso. the valin
ity of which it was not the prerogative
Ol tue minister to question.
Home of the ereatest events in his
tory owe their origin to trivial matters.
The discovery of Ked Star Cough Cure
may be looked npon aa a simple thing
bnt it will soon prove to be a. blessing
to the whole civilized world.
In the cltv and county crating the
D. T. Morgan and wife to W. B.
Ilawloy 15 acres out of the James
McGlothlln survey for $130.
K. D. Mooneyham to J. L. Mooney-
ham 22 aores out or i he J. A. Moon-
eyham survey tor J160.
J. R. Stuart and wire to H. A. O.
Sohmldt . lots No. 17 18 and 19 In
block 2 of D. A W. reservation for
j ti. Henry et ai. vo j . n . vivwuu
n rtfi'i I 1f I nira( li I he sUU of
i. W. I'toitiliis ami his 4laoafti wifa
lor 1 1" w.j.
VV Mi K allar M si. in W It. W
Hinltli at al. Vft 4 IU aura oil I ol
I'i'ixr Naiiini aiiryay for t: 1.
Wllila 11 M. I lie a in John 11. ami
li 1 run a 1 1. Lurk out -half Inlereai In
1 1 ll-lil uorai out Ot" M. W. Ilavnolda
anil II. II II iV 0 Kllniai r iinpsoy
iiryevn for loye ami ultinloii anil
"w.. llaiiilali and wl a lo rllyof
Il.illafl IH lua oir Wmt aide or bnino
claim and Cu feet oft Ni.mli aldnof
aiiiu for atraet piirpoafa for .vdi
lint tithur valuable oonalilnrallon
J. M. Hurry tot'lly ot Dalian li fnt
nll'aoiilh aide of Ilia hoiiie pUi 0- lor
a.rei t ruriin. fur III) aud oilier val-
J. V. Clillileia and wile to Mrs. Alice
V DUtull : ri: R3 ft lu bin li 111 or
II'iUHion it 'laa Cnntral ra'lroud ad-
iiiilon lor $l'i'..i aid oibor valuable
W. II. C'onkllng aud wlfo to D. Stur-
ford !.l f iOxH1 feet on Flora strnet
D. is:llotd and wlfo t'l W. H. Conk-
llng 11 U-10 acres of WIHIaui Cooiuba'a
FranK I' ll Id and wife to 'ohn M.
iS.iiiiuiioiiH 4 ui'ii'H two ml lea south-
ivhhi of cltv for -t )
U. Ellis and wile to liilward Uuriulor
1 aureoftbe Lagow iuagua survey lor
Umaline Taylor el. al. to W. I.
White aorxa ot tbo E. S. it. Pal-
ton survey for &00. I
J. U. Houaioi to Singer 111 oh. lot 12
luW.C. and W.O.Counor'aa'ib-divlsiou
of Drowder's ath ltlnu to City of Dal-
laa ttlxlL' ifeet for 7i)0.
J. T. Newshaw and wife to IT. IC.
Harris one acre of tho William Baa-
sell survey for I'j.
1. 1C. Harris to J D. Robinson same
property as above lor f 55
Conrad Mnyer and w'.'e to Ottilia
Mner 1 acre in the Lagow leaguo for
A.. C. Dinlclsaml wife to W. J. and
10. M.J ig.-in lot 12 in Dunlei'd aidillou
o the city for $001).
tl C. Coin lo M. IC. Stuart quit ol aim
to lots 17 fi aud li) In blooaUi city
for $3 0.
Pratherft Ardrey to Mrs. M. A.
Babb lot 10 In block F ol 1'rather.t
Ardrey 'a aub-dlvialon of blooka V aud
U or Snodgi aas' homeHteail for $150.
H. Harris to C. A. Floyd at al. 2JxC3
feet of lot No. 0 in the town of Hutou-
Ins for f 30.
Judge McCormiok or the federal
court was ougaged yestorday in the
trial of J. R. Currlo. charged with in-
troducing whisky into the ludian Ter-
ritory. Tho liquid was dispensed in
Gioer rotiutv. which is assumed for
the sake of argument to belong to the
Territory. The okbo promises to prove
a troublesome one tor anouia me evi
dence prove uulHvorable to the do-
fondant tbe question of tbe owner-
snip of Greer county will be raised aa
a final resort. Th-) irinl i alll" pend-
GAtNSSViLLE Sept. 22.--'Spoc tal.J
The Farmers Alliance of this ocuuly
at a recont meeting resolved cot to
allow any person to weigh their pro-
duce except pnblio welf;heru eleutod
by tho peoplo and their deputies.
Tbiy cail upon all laboring men to
adopt thai resolution and rer.est the
merchants and farmers of the Indian
Tonitoiyto co-operate with them In
tbe movement. They also paseod a
le-.oluiipn pledging co operation in tbo
saleoftboir pi-oduols in bulks and
recommend lo all mombera or tbe nlti-
anco to hold their produce until it can
bo disposed of in that way.
No ouspleinu aeeraa to attach to
any one in connection with
tue recent flro.
George Frasber who was badly hurt
about tbe faoe on the night of the fire
is ininrovintr. Ose eye Is still mnou
swollen and li very painful.
Cotton picking is fining ou at alUely
rate throughout tbe countv.
Louisv.lle Ky. Sept. 22. A Cou-
rier Journal special says: The word
has lust been received that in a fight
in Letcher county Kentuoky between
the Jonos and Wright factious DilpU
Draught deputy sheriff Samuel
Cook aud Wiliiam Francis wove
killed Tbe factions had
booa warring on oacii other and an one
ot tbe men wont to arrest Joues who
beard of their coming and ambushed
them hhonting them down withort
warning. There is much exoUement
(over tbo killing.
Heavy Damage Salt.
Torry Davison & Grosioup have
lillod tlielr.potitlon iuthe district court
of Taylor county vs. Schneider & Davis
and J. C. CTonnor and J. F. O'Connor
p avingfor d.imagoa 111 the sum of
V'.O.OOO tho petiLioners alleged that
they austaided by the wronglul suing
out or attachments against tUeui by
Croup whooping oough and bron-
chitis immodiatoly rollevod by Shl-
loh'sCnre. Sold by J. L. Williams &
IS WABBAIfTED to eure Fever and
Afrue Intermittent or Chill Fever Be
wlttent Fever Dumb Ague. Bilious Fever
DenRU (or "Break-bone" Fever) Liver
Complaint and all dlieaaoi arlalng from
"Earpers.S. C July 9 1884;
"For eighteen months I swf-
ered with Chills and Fever
having Chills every other day.
After trying various remedies
recommended to cure I used a
bottle ofAyer's Ague Cure and
have never since had a chill.
Dr. J. C. Ayer it Co. Lowell Mom.
Sold by n Drneglata.
sin Sick Headache
Torpid Liver mala-
ria. Indigestion Sour
Stomach Bad Breath
Vertigo anil Jaundice
ening or Weakening
Hcan on going to
;!U-KEE PO-SCEE! mduw?bfS!
cli aaS Blood I- i'S itSSf
aAltiK ooliU-a noitrtve enre for tlwt
'ikod receipt in t-
.Uretl wiut uur. mwew
IBjSSrW.: sgS iwCgaa
li osrvsi kbt smr - J
kimauiur anM- 'n" -"- k
tmo TKUM Conra Ukifdsum 80 lurd
... 11. tllubataa " - 1 f H. -.. F
rtary Srli f llihlas aa4
lluiKlng IHiaaaas tlar4 hf
JM 7. KM A or Knit lllieiltil wl'lt lt ST.w
4 hk.i'K lli'lilng ami limn I nl'ii'iy
t.iilnvf.l l.i a w nn litlli wiHi I'uricua
HoAi- mil a alnnle eiipllia. oil of t'l'-
riiHA Hi uri-Ml Hiiln i ura '1 ma repantetl
il it y wild twoor lliriloMof li iiuaA
Haaii' vaxv. ilia new UIimkI I'lirlfler Ki
kvKi the IiIoikI cihii liio M rs.l'i'llrn pxirm
ml unlrrftutiiiK t b.iwxla ! u tl'O liver
inidkliliie a a hvo will ieeii y oii'e Ke-
r.viii.1 'fuller Itliisuorin firi'i-l. I.tnlim
riiiltilH'-.il. Uvail lluuili'
'. ami every
HM'lriif ll.'liliii H. al v autl I uply t.-
liinmiil IIioHi h.iii'hI hklu wlimi the ltt
fliyaii'laiiaauU all known raiueUlui full.
W ill Menniiald l!'iia I' n-'iTII street
riilrii'i.i u'M:-hiiy ai'kmiwieU ieaacureof
Koount or Hail HIk-iiiii n l'i-ill uci k
fce in ui anil 'tH :r revan een yraia;
not nblu n wa k exci-pton Imm andkueea
lor dub tfur not a e lo iiolp blmaeir for
el'.lil y;ns; lilcd Iiiio'IkiU "f rt imdlea;
tioeloraprnionned lilaeami lio elecii per-iiiu-jiuily
cured tiylluru uit it'-o .V'nt
( i. not. iiiirllli'j luli'ioaily an'l Cbiicua
ami I'uii'.us buAl lllie gitat ln curea)
Cha. TloiiKhtoo Kaii lavyar H Btate
trt-el IIohIoii ri'iMirtu a e ite of Keioma
i mlrtr bltolwrviilloii inr Inn ye u-f wUI?U
rovert'il lha patleul'a body and lluibi aud
tovnlclinl known meihoJs of Irt-ntJient
l:ad Lean apnlled wilnout I'envlt wliluli
waa com pleuiy oared aoimy by tbo Cuti-
I'tKA JltMitiiiKi lenvlutf a clean aad
Mr. John Hilcl Wllkcabariu I'ennayl-
vinla. wr.t'ai "I linveauli' '.til tom Salt
ni-.lim for over o jilt yi-ari at tlmea ao
bid i I.h 1 1 could not i.tleml lo my biiHliies.K
for wooka at a tluio. Three lie.: of Cuvi
odka aud four bnttlei of ItoivaNr
bao enilrply cured me of tula Uruadft'l
FnldbyalldinRiriat. V ic 3: CurcoaA
ntconUi HRMoi.t'k.vT II JJ; OA" 2 cla.
i'repaiuu ny ine iwm: iihuii a.mi iui&
ll'AI. Co. 11'SlOU MrDHUcllll I'll i.
DCAIITIi'A lUo (.oiipezlon and
snip by uxlns me cutiodsa
HO A P.
rlRKD AND ACUINd Mt 'CtES
crying iiir .imU cnunlloai uorvtu .or rout
a. atiu rellof." Lllra iiiin:u .o'.bo
ohildivi of Iniv.ul I" liio uor.
cuha I'la-tkiI (0 Ibe tired
ovoi vorKotl oclilint muacle. Do
fc"5rll't deny youiaeil liio C3inrori
KJfiWill'oriIcd by tills new mlnlnul
auu ape uy iiu'liloletopiil.inm'. iutliininia-
tloit. Al ilruirrlal 3; Ove for iX0.
M n 1 1 ed 1 rce. fo. Tii 11 D ft U u AN D Cll 1:11 1 c AL
This pure sweot snfo and cffiietlvo Amor-
Icau OlKilritil.in orWItcb-IIazel Amcrloan
F" o Canada Kir AUilpold and Clover
Blossom ca. ltd Sankoku a ri.tu 1 AtCunw
for O tae an with odh bo Cctarrnal
Kolvent aud one Banford's Improved I fl-
intier all iu one package may now be bad
of ao druiiglHts for $1. Ask lor Banford's
It-ilicai Cure .
(-ni.iiiintn T.ncnl and Constitutional
Treatment for oery form of Cntarrli fiom
a B mple Co'a or inuuenz ioio-boi rmen
Taslound Ileiiriiin colkIi Bi im bltisnud
CaUirilial Consumption iu ovo.-. packuge.
And PuMlo Speakers wSlhoiu nnmbsrowe
their presont usefulness and suocesi to
Banford's Kmllcal Cure for aturrn.
llev. Dr. Wlggin ays: "One of the best
remedies :or Ciuimti nay tbe bost remedy
li... fnn.l In n lifi'l.lirlO lit fcUtl'irlll?- -IS
t?an "ord's Kitdioal C re. 11 cletrs tbe bead
andtoioatBo tnorougniy iiiat iiien euuu
morning ou rlsluir tlioro nre no unpleasant
onrntloim anil uo disuerceable liawklne
duriuir tlie entire day but an unprece-
dcnieu otto 1 ja of voice aud respiratory
Bo.U ly arnjaisis. i-ncoi.uu.
Potter Drug aud Chemlual Co. Boston.
Weary SiuTerer from
weui hdu Dors
ISt . .nQ Colds Weak Back
PASTES3 Wcali stomach and
rtla Colds. Weak Back
r.nnr pin Dvsnomtii. Femn e Wenfaness
Hliootiiig l'ains through tbe Loins and
Back try theso Plasiora. Placed over the
pit of t he Rtomnc'.i tbey praveat and cure
Asiie Pains iiltoi'i Co lo Ltvor Com-
n alms auu piolsct tbe ytcn from a
Jiouzand ills. 2iiJ.
It a Ucliubta ncmaly lor Liver Complainu and ulseajujjl
b aderanmd it Inri'ld condition of the Llnr. m I'J-
twwia Constipstino flilluusiiBM Jnundree llcmlaetta
ftlulr.na Ktioumntisnl olo. It rosalnttn the UrTOlMJUB.
Young and IVSiddSs Aged ii'en
A SUKE CURE.
The nwrnl effVct. of early vice which
brines organic weakness destroying bulk
mind and body with all its awlul llis be
fore the inovitablo sequel lonsUMptioW
sets In or Palpitation of the Heart Timid-
ity Trembling Nervous Dl' charges so
much to be feared Lack of Ideas. Badnesa
of Biilrlts Ugly Imagining Dislike to
Social Life aud Brooding Melancboly.
BIABKIKO MKN cr J06U entering on
that happy life awaro o iPnvslcal Debility
Excitability of tbu Nerves or other lriegu-
lurllles quickly ossiste J.
io nilNBKAf.8 rjs. Young people
losingtlielr beatth and spendlngtlme and
money with I hose tiDSkilled Knd unquali-
fied to trout theui causing futul disorders
t- tbo bead t nroat now liver and lungs
stomacu and bowels BPfiEDILY CUKED..
Consulting Itoorut 720 Klin Ht. Dallas.
Allprivate matters cured. .Parties treat-
ed by lo'ler. and medicine sent O. O. D.
Dr. Wasseroug laaregnlsi- graduate dl-
plomaln olHce 18 y tt'it practice.
EEtablishf d letO. ' Inco.iiora.iiJSSt
TSS THO MS ERAUF0BD CO'
Th.maa Brad ford A Co.
Ma.'Ufacturevsol tie Cekbiatod
Bradford" Poitabfe Under Mm Mills'
-g-ra."1 "!iwaia m
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