San Marcos Free Press. (San Marcos, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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'Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is .Good.'.'
SAN MARCOS HAYS COUNTS TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 22 1835.
rCDUHUKD VKBT THURSDAY Bt
ISAAC H. JULIAN
1o wbom U Loiter should b AUdrosBod.
OFFICE-North Side of Plaza.
sratea' of tiuFwiurrioxT'
On. year lu advance..' :..JJ M
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The above rate include the propayinunt
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simile oopIoh li cents.' - -: - : i
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COXOSISMUil &TI nUTBlCTI
Hon. James K. Miliar of Ooiizut Comity.
Hod. Goo. Pfc-ilftr of I unal Co.
BKPMtSKKTATIVKS 01T DlSIBirT:
Hon. J. 11 Uomba of Hays Co.
Sua- J. .11. Jully of CaMwi-ll Co.
rjisTtitcr coutvr ilxo ihstsiot.
Hon. H. ToicbMnU'tl.r Presiding Ju'lKa. LaGrango.
J. H. Uotliany. Attorney AuitinCo.
TIMK8 OF HOUIlSit i-ojikt.
Havs. 'it Mowlaya ' Karcli and ictitoint.ftr
(IJ-. nty ort-invKs.
IM It. itono Ju-lrfa t-'ouniy OV..rt.
. Jhs. ft. Rurlsoii DUt. and County Clerk.
Owiu Kuril County A'tornuy.
11 R. Barbor' Shaiilf. J. s. Ivli bepuiy.
C. . Cuuk Justice of the IVnca fra. No.
I. avi.ll.yufh " "
II. 0. Hulina " " " " '
TV. W. SUck. " ' "
J. D. Patternou County Treasurer.
( S. Fortnon k-sor.
Joe. C. Rve Surveyor..
T.J. Mi"rty Coru'r Precloot No
Cha.. I.iglitfoot " : " '
J.. b-jrle...!.. " -
Peter Hcbmlu. " . " "
S. H.Pirkiiia Contahle prtclnct No 1
Tii: or soLoiao Couarr An PaanmoT CiiifBtK
County Court fur Criminal Civil aod Pr bate b-
ne34th MomiayslH January Marsb Muy Juljr
Beptouiber ami November. -. -
;ommialoner8 Court 2t Hondaya lii February
Mav Auust and November t -'- '
Justice Court. Praolnot No. Lat Monday In
each m-ntl). at Hn Marcos. 4;
Procluol N.2-2d Krlday In eaoh montb Mt.CHy.
S 3d V Wlmbcrley's Mill. -
" 4th ' DriprlbrgSpriiiga.-
; -TdwH orricKBS. i (
Mayor Wm. GIeo. ' ; -
Cooncll--W. :D. Wood..p. W: DnnnUon; Jobn
Williamson D.A. Glovor Kd. J. L. Green.
Marshal T. M. Prince
fctreet Commissioner Samuel Watklus.
Council meets the first Tuesday in each month.
- D1.4II.N. - - - -ARRIVAL
AND DEPARTUR B' OF; TO AD
FKOM SAS MAROOa POST OFFICE.
Mails from Ausriti arrl t 8: a.m. "a 8:M
p. m.; cluse at S:1B a. in. ai d 8:00 p. m.
MiUa fro San AnlorHo arriva atW 1. tru n.d
6;4 p. tu ; at H:lf.a.m jand : 16 p. Du . . ..
Ulinir. arrives at 12 M. closra at 13:45. P. M.
Above wails arrive aud dJiart dally.
Hlanoo. via wimberley departs Ti'dav ant Friday
at A.M.' Arrivea Mouday and Iburaday at
7 P. J4. . . j - ' "j-..
- orricB soraa. -
General Delivery from S A. M. to 12 M. and from
IP. M to 5 P. M eicepl durina; distribution oi
mails and on- Sunday so.l taJirlT. - Open on
Sondxa thirty mln e. after diatrtbutlon of each
.. h.-prtelpl -iaiol P. M.
MPTHOtlIT. Preachtin ar the ' Wtboi)(t
Church eierv l.ha . K. Buckner Harris Paxtor.
Sunday Siiowl ai o ci.k A.M.. .laa rneituit
or youn Prayer !f.tliig at S o clock P.
Pra.er Meeting on Wedn-dar.
jHHITiA5.-o ' veils' P:H"r. "nrday
Kchcl at a ro. Praver m -tie vrT "-
dayoiUt. U.l aa'. IK .l"Or. P 'r
rriday. A cordial tnnlia cxtnUed to ail.
Pt;EBTrtRl 4Jf. Hiee and 4 b .nndas
acb!b Ke J. -Frnc.
ebr at the Pre.bft. nan Cfcnrr " ..
ilHin. Pam 'l fry nmredey i
Mi.a. All are lntii4 toatimd.
I IMH'l 11 Rt. C. Kr.snln. T'a fi-
4ictl V Miosirr will prcu . tl JA ''
sca ani.tk ai tb V.ntiTtTiaa rtir- rn acblof
at 11 A H. All Jraaaa-li:lf t.it4..
PK-irtar .5T rrror l '- . fii-.
Pail--. rTlrMHi-"4i'4lils al
notitli. tmitf chfitTi feT-
iPTIr.-PrVing a ti. Ipliat
rrj ..Mar. m41 IVj.alt a a.- a- J.
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XTATIONAL HANK OF BAN MAUCOS
LN Korth side I'lara.
TjlItBT NATIONAL BASK of Bon Mar-
Jj cb. Southeast Corner Mnxa.
VY ' NowBuildluR.
T. BKOWN Office over Oreen's Bauk.
NOTARY rilSLJCjl' G'L AG'T.
T H. JULIAN Judge Wood's Now Build-
U. W5t JIXEB3 Offloe at Frpmme'p
Drugstore Southeast Corner l'laza.
it. J. H. COMU Jodoa Wood's Ntw
VliniTilirJBt upsfidrs. i
FKOMME Bouth side Tlazo.
7 REEN & PRICE it Maloue's old stand
VlT Southeast Cornet Plaza.
DR Y GOODS & miO CEUIES?
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T OIINS0N iJOHKSONMitchelLBuild.
f J iug. North sido plaza.
i: B. JiAKKLV Miioufactui'.r aud Deal-
ER1I. LAUJIEN East sido ?laza.
y Southeast cdruer Plaza
MARTIN I1INZIE Southeast Corner
i i u u... -1- -1 i -si '.i" U-i
BAYLOR &. THOMAS East Side Plaza.
South side Plaza
jrARDY A CO
GROCERIES cfc HARDWARE.
7M. GIESEN SouiU sido pluza.
W. DONALSON A
CO. Korth site
WARD East Hide Plaza.
T Wr. NANCE A BRO. near Southeas
Corner of Public Square.
WA TCIIMA KEUS ofc JR WEL KHS.
II. ROBBINSj North side Plaza.
CA RPEN TER . A ND B UILDER
F. .PATE residence near the Coronal
: Institnte.: : ' . ; .- . v
STOVES & TINWARE.
rpHEODORE HERRING Northeast Cor-
A- ncr PrJilic Sijnare.
ar-4 ' a r
J ARTINH1NZIE Southeast Cor Plaza.
Ml A MARKET.
' " - ' - 'i y- - .- '
SL. t6Vn;END West Side Plaza." '
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BAKERY d CONFECTIONERY.
TiRITZ LANK' Smith side Plaza f' .1
iasoii'fi Mn ; pi
0BCANS:. rvjrO pIAKOS. (i kCTh?l Ui
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OCl J-l sm 1 .1 mttiw t alarfieii AmttBt trtaH.a Uai timias
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aninnriiniln.ir T1 ' Ui i. a Ur- Jf Ua fal aBa ta awmt aa
I -"- Lrnal ofoau- a:.U; f.. . c.r ZZZ Tmoii '.i
nrv M yt'.r: mi.li.Hv it at your Ban- . f-CB ' aaai o.a . aa
. I IS.a-sI. WALirRa.TILi'R.SUITO.tffc
i The Ctirrtnt and tr. Pbe one ( t a nr...vj munan ruiaui. a.
'year only I V5. ; -.cat
i f-rw i-rr tarr-Vs rti-t V
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KING'S EVIL .
Was the nnmo formerly jlvcn to Scrofula
became of a upf-rstlllun that It could ba
cured by a king' touch. The work! it
wlr now and knows that
can only be rnrcd by a thorough purifica-
tion of the blood. If till la nrKlcrtod
tta dlariaa perpetuate li taint throiiL'b
generation sfler irenerstlun. Amoug Its
earlier syinitoninilo develnpntenl are
Kczoinu ( uIuhju Eruptions Tu-
mors Molls Curbtiuclus Ki ysllits
ruruJent l lecrs Aervotis ana i-ny.
slcal Collapse etc. If allowed to con-
tinue lUieuuiwtkan 8eroftilou Co
tarrh Khluev ami Liver disease
Tubeeculnr ConHUinptlon Slid vari-
ous oilmr dstixurou or luiul uiubdita are
produced by it . t . rf t .
' Is the only powerful and airoy reliable
blood-purilying medicine. ItlssoeflecU
ual an sllcratlvo that It orndlcntev from
the svatom IlereUiUtry Scrofula anoV
(lie kindred poisons of coulaglous ilUvasus
ud mercury. At tho sumu time it en- '
riches and vitalizes tho-' blood restoring
healthful nctlott to tho vital onraus and
rejuvenating the entire system. This groat
Regenerative MedicinV -
I composed of the penuine Hnndurai
fiarsaparilla with lellino Dock Stit-
lingia the Iodiilee of .rotasaium and
Iron and oilier iiurreillctits of preat po-
tency carefully and sclenl Ideally com-
pounded. Its formula is gem-ruUy known
to the medical rofcialun and the best
Sliysleliins constnntly prescribe AYlill'S '
AKSiPMilLLi. iis uu . i .
For all diseases caused by tho vitiation of i
the blood. It is concentrated to tho high-
est practicable .degree far beyond any
other preparation for which .like effects
arc claimed and Is therefore the cheapest
as well as the best blood purify Ins medi-
cine In the world.' - .: .
PREPARED 11Y . . .
Dr. J. C. Apr & Co. Lowell Mass.'
w. Analytical Chemists.
Sold by all Druggists: Trice $1;
bis bottles for $5.
Koat an Atlanta. Woman vt as matlo
to See aud Hear.
Him Minnie WMnee resides with Mm Orerge
FivkiHiul 41 Mc4fwe street Atluiita. Ga' and
Irom Imr ps a Cuimtliuilon reporter learned
tlie following appallliiir ato -y :
Several nuinu ago nbc became almost totally
blind and deaf comd not taste anything except
sill' Her bonus became the seat of interne pain
her julus were pwolleu and paiului and evenfu-
ally hei whole body and liinbs becamo oovercd
with splutcliits and small screi. Her appetite
failed und she gradually loft fli'sh and strength
and had but little u of herself as her limbs
and musoiea were paralyzed. Sho as well as
her IrltmU with whom .he lived tlUpaired of
her recovery. Her sulleriuirs combined with
luss of bearing and taate aud biiudnesa were
. Alt treatment from physicians and the mo of
medicines sooiund powpriets. Her disease waa
Blood poUon and iheumatlsm.
As the now srenied well and hearty the re-
porter asked what wrought such a wonderful
"I used a medicine that waa recommended by
a friond" she replied "and before one bottle
bad been token I begen testa and hear The
second bottle relieved all rheumatic pains aud
Improved my auoetlte. When I had completed
Ibe uco of sis bottles my eyesight and hearing
were fully restored. I now feel as well as I
ever did and my Irlcnds as well as mysolf.are
"What waa the medicine? " ked the report-
er. "Botanic Blood Balm B. B. B was the
great remedy that ncud ao powerfully on my
Dl .ease and oured me. I never experienced
at y unpleasant symptom from ita use and tta
action is bo quick that it surprises all.'
The reporter then sought a physician who
knew the oase whereupon be banded us the
following tines :
'I examined the above case f blood poison
and rheumatism before and aHer being cured
certify to the main tacts as above stated and
must acknowledge that the B. B. B effected a
most wnnderfulcure in tbis well-known case.
(Signed) "J. P. DKOMQOOI.B M. D."
Klood Halm Co. Atlanta. Ga. will mall a 32-
page book free tilled with maglsal effects.
FOR COUGHS AND CROUP U8K
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DEAF AI BLSID.
THE OLD HOME.
"Return return" the voice cried
"To your old valley far away;
For aof tly ou the river tide
The touder lights aud shadows play:
And all the baujts are gay with flowers
Aud all th. hills are awet with thyme;
You eautiot find such bloom as ours
Io you bright forsigu clime!"
For me I thought tho olive grow
The aim lie. warm upon tho vinos;
And yet I will arise tutl go
l'o that dear valley dim with plnos!
Old loves are dwelling there I said
Untonuhod by years of clmua aud paiu;
Old faiths that I had counted dead
Shall rise aud live again.
And still Rettirn return" they sung
"With na abides eternal calm; . .
In those old fields where you wero young
We cull the heart's-euse and the balm;
For us the Hocks and herds iuoreasu. .
And childrou play around our feet;
At eve tho sun goes down in poace
: Return for rest is swyt."
Then I arose and crossod the tea
Aud sought that home of youngot days;
No love of old was loft to me
' (For love has whigs and soldora stays;)
Bat there were graves upou the hill
And sunbeams shiuiuu on the sod ' '
And low winds breathing' "Peace be still? j
Lost things are found iu Qod." :
. Sarah Doudiwy in Good Words.
A Thrllllusr St-enc. " : '
i A few yeara ngo I wa? iii idmpany
with (t pentleman wiao just rotumod
from tbo city pf L- ' in New Eug-
land. -! HfrlSala La putui) at the uo-
tol aud for a timo took Lis scat iu the
bur room. 4 ' "
TLe door ' opouod suddenly and a
woman stepped in. She was the'very
picture of agony ; hor hair dishevelled
her dress negligent her eyes 'unsteady
and her movements ecoontric Sue
seemed to hesitate at first but at
length gathering courage she moved
up to the bar and said :
" Landlord don't sell my husband
any moro rum. You have already
ruined us ! You know that before ho
came to your bar he was a sober man.
He' was as kind a husband us any wo-
man ever had. We had a good home
a good farm and every comfort. But
you sold him liquors until he had no
money to pay. Unknown to me yon
got a mortgage on his farm ; you sold
it and turned me and my helpless
children out dt. it! 3VJy husband
lobt his hualtb his uLuracter and rep
utation. Ho became cross und abu-
sive to me whom ho oneo tenderly
loved. Ha turned mo out of our
wretched hovel into the cold and
slorm ! He comes home from your
tavern infuriated like a demon. My
once kind and amiable husband and
the tender father 'is a madman when
in liquor. He beats my children cru-
elly and threatens to murder us! OI
don't glee him any more liquor I aud
tho tears gushed from her eyes while
the landlord stood speechless.
In the midst of theso entreaties
which should Lave broken a heart of
adamant a man stepped into the bar
room with the vacant stare of an ine-
briate aud moved toward the bar.
Instantly the pleading wife threw
herself between the man and the bar
and one Land again.st his breast and
the otLer stretched out imploringly to
tLo landlord sLe said.
"Oh don't my dear! don't drink!
You'll break my heart!" aud bursting
with agony she turned to the laud-
lord and said. 1
"OL don t lot Lim have it ! don tl
And while this scene was pussing
heart rendincr and awful bej'ond
description the landlord walkod de-
liberately out from bohind tho coun-
tor and taking the woman rudely by
the arm said "This is no place for
women" and violently tore her from
her husband and pushing her out
shut the door against her.
The wretched inebriate staggered
and drank his dram placed a piece of
monoy upon the counter tho land
lord wiped it off complr.cantly into
the drawe- and tuo drunkard passed
out maddened with the draught to
renew his brutal attacks upon his de
fenceless wife and children.
No one defended such barbarous
cruelty as this. No. one apologized
for it. All agreed to pronounce tlio
landlord worse than a brute. But
there was one fact deserving of spe
cial attention. The wholo transaction
was under the sanction of the law t
For tho sale of every glass of that
ruinous liqnoT which reduced an hon-
est man and gooil citizen to the low
est degree of suil'tricg and infamy he
could show a
There was no redress m law for
that suffering woman.
She had been
j robbed of her hornf1 of her comfort '
(Of her hnsbond and tho blight of des I
i i.. i it ......I...-.I.'.1
D:IT UULI .It3u Ltjioail Ulti SJTji w v
family; but the law protected
'dcMtrover. and left Ler l endure the
an.'uit-h without the hot of relii f !
edtiaton fcuijje.-t uneemtn. iuev -
have now got the M Lw j so t'a -t
t'.ie liqTir se h.r nrnot tnke away t!.e
h nna of tl.5 lit ip;. -?! ruin a in :n
with imp initT. JI ive tirf-yd ne r :ght !
: Amf-r;c;.n Paper.
St. Lr.a:i Oi- ' U'mo Tt
T- L t t:.:ti. 1- r'ut;s in
X-wman's t-rri't 1 it t - 7-1.1' j
an 1 1 s ' p. i; f i"- r.' f-. f'-n i.-1' -r-.:.
tk ( .lUJ itfilG.-r.t ia " . ..
of t'.e '. -i sa--a in I :-t .-r Lj I. i
Prom Oar Hegular Cor respood'-u U
Washington. Oct 15 1883.
It is learned that Minister Foster's
recent negotiations with Spain did
not have iu view another reciprocity
treaty as. was supposed but lookod
to tho establishment of freer commer
cial relations between the Unitod
States and tho Spanish colonies and
especially to tho lessoning of tho an-
noyances and mitigating tho onerous
regulations to which shipping merch-
ants "aro subject in trading with
Cuba. There' is reason to beliove
that Minister Foster succeeded in
his mission although all official in-
formation is denied. ' ! :
Many of the uewly appointed dem-
ocratic officials hold stale or city of-
ficos and undor tho executive ordr
of Gen. Grant made in 1S72 feder
al offioials ara prohibited from hold
ing state or municipal offices. In
quiries aro being received especially
at the Fost Ollico Department 'to
know whether' this order is in force.
Tho reply is made' that it ia still in
operation and it Can only be recind-
ed by on order of tlio 1'residont. As
these oCicialsai-e members of boards
of supervisorsand act in other capac-
ities in carrying on. the elections the
enforcement of tlio order will bo felt
widely. . . '
Gen. Atkins the commissioner of
Indian affairs proposes to profit from
his experience as chairman of the
House committoe on appropriations
and in his estimates for tho next yoar
he will ask for only;whnt be actually
wants.;. He expects. to get everything
that he asks for. Tho total amount
which he will ask for will be larger
than tho amount appropriated last
vear. lor the reason luai me eauca-
tional system among the Indians will
be extended and as far as possible
tho government will take charge of
all schools instead of carrying them
on in connection with tho religious
societies. Mr. Atkins has traveled
extensively among the Indians since
ho bociuuo commissioner and he will
therefore havo a number of recom-
mendations to make of practical
Collect ou Delivery.
A man who had not been long in
this country was employed as a do-
mestic ia a family aud upon one oc-
casion ho was Bent to the express
offico to obtain a package Ho was
about to leave with it when tho clerk
called his attention to tho three letters
Pat had no ' idea what the letters
meant but ho cleverly .guessed at
"It's all right he said ; " the owld
man's good for the money."
" But you know whut theso letters
"Indudo I do. Call On Dad. It's
as plain as the uose on your face."
There is almost a pathetic truth in
tho understanding conveyed in this
old story. Many ft man is bounded
to death by tho unreasonable calls
made upon "him by members' of his
family who are educated up to this
very end by himnolf ut first in that
fond slavish spirit of
which the American father displays
toward Ins offspring as if it were some .
kind of an unthinking mechanical pet
and afterwards ou the unfailing prin-
ciple that they who sow the wind will
reap the whirlwind.
Call on dad.
Business is dull notes must bo mot
but appearances must be kept up.
Mrs. Shoddy is going to the sea shore.
"Our girls" must uo the money is to
come out of Dad."
At first he refuses firmly bnt aa
one reason after another is brought
to bear on him liko a battering ram
of persuasion ho pives way. New
bonuets and lreBw;s uro bonght a
railway journey's expenses defrayal.
and that is only tho br-iinnintr. I.
eideutal expenses are always
ii iw . in liPn
Hut K" auti Bl h. r m.- w u
of a mcir.nfin;nf under which
Ulcir.Ilftii:U' aauvr iruitu ii;n m . .
pale. pe:icef ul man no longer pnruel i
bv th Itgcn 1: "CJ1 oa Da-1"
Tb Jfcmory f Ihe 1L
Wa? DVL-nw in"linl to ;ii
ism? In Nirh'.-laH ic!el;y finj i
nt;f1 t(.ntiru.rie . -Iti.anH
exTiifite and lt.utif'ii t'ji.ng in onr .
.... i:f.i; fi.rn : ;
littun- t'tat when the L- tr is t'U- h-
ed and f-'.fK-ril Lv fc'.tfe tra.r:';-..!
li ti ti L(i-s or n .:iii sff-e;..n-sl li-
injr. t ! mafwry of t-' K 1 fiinm
oti r n rooa-t -r.;T!u:!T an 1 irr iti-
I!t. It w'nM V Keia tUt oor Ik t
ttrtlH.u 'L:aan lf-t-'ir.ifa w-re rh
in '.t'".- of wl: tie ''u! ia er
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Liberty Enllphtenlns: The World."
We loam from tho American Com
mittoe of tho Statvio of. Liberty that
tuo (iranito i'edestal is nearly com
pleted ami the. work of oreeting Bar-
tholdi s groat fcttituo will soon com
mence ana tor tins purpose n con
siderable amount of money is still re
quired. ' The Now York World Fund
of $130000 completes tho Pedestal
but it is estimatod that $40000 is yet
needed to pay for tho iron fastenings
and the erection . of tho Statue and
for this they roly upon tho subscript
tions for tho miniature Statuottos
which aro being receivodfrom all sec-
tions of tho country tho Committee
promptly tilling all orders. .
Tho No. 1 or one dollar StatuottG
has found a place in thousands of
homes ; the No. 2 or fivo dollar size
is fast gaining in popularity and just-
ly too for it is a work of art and well
worth tho money
To supply a demand for something
still finer the Committee havo; just
completed ft No. 3 Statuette liuely
chased by hand and by a patent pro-
cess heavily plated with silver which
will not tarnish or discolor mounted
upon a beautiful plush base and fur-
nished to subscribers at. ten dollars
Theso souvenirs are now. being de-
livered to all. parts of tho United
States on recoiptof subscription price.
All remittances should bo addressed
to Eiciuitn Butleh Secretary 33
Mercer Street New York.
Ono of the worst obstacles to the
spread of thogospel is the ur.christiau
conduct of men aud nations who boar
the Christian name. England's com
pulsory imposition of tho opium trufiic
upon China and the recent nnjustilia
ble aggressions of France have un
doubtedly led the Chinese people to
draw conclusions unfavorable to tho
religion of the English and Fronch.
Tho United States also is hardly in
a position to throw stones at France
and England. An act of injustice to
China of a quarter of ft century's
standing still testifies against us. In
1858 an indemnity of $730000 for
alleged outrages ou American citizens
was exacted from China by the Usi'M
States. After every claim that could
be proved was paid with intercut at
twelve per cent there still remained
d balance of 2-10000' which invested
in bonds has grown to $581000. This
monoy rightfully belongs to China
and every president from Gen. Grant
down has recommended its return
ottu vuiiyi t-"ni hub iuiit;it to timo Lite
. .. . ... ... .
. . m(n(1 ft .... ln r!Ktf)rH
tho money to China. ' The bill ouglit
to bo speedily passed. Christian na-
tions should ut least practice tho
principles of common honesty toward
their neighbor. Japan has jtiHt re-
mitted !400000 to Corua which had
been unjustly exacted in tho same
wav. Lift itot a (JiiriKti.m nation I
Savin? of rant"
Iu a conversation General Grant
once siial: ' I
"Lincoln was inconteslably tho)
greatest inan I ever knew. What j
marked Lira was his sincerity bis
kiuduesa his clear insigLt into affair I
- - -. . .- w ..
ms nriii win ana near policy. 1 a:-
'wnyfouiiJL:aiprc - cni.aoLt.yac!ear.
Tnu dirk-st dv of mr I
of Lincoln's cwsMnai-
Interntthn tl Arbitrition
nningliim. England Orant
nai'l : Ltlor d.sr irv-n no n.an : un-
fort tin ittly voti raccaaioiially fin J men 1
disrBoe IaUjr." i
In a frwtfli at IXn Mnea. Iowa
1S77 G. urri .mt atid: -Lev.
t!ie tntu r of fcim j
. r ... ... ... v
illar tbn tl.nrt lt an I tl
pnvt f -
lr IpJatTt'.-d ' Iit r !T ly T.T!st!
i.tnlnjuoii. Kii the rti'irca and
.tt ljrT prat
W-T-(1 t-n Tt a-aas ar')-? 1
t t il ai i -'o-.t a t. in
a V.'s- ai o ..- t tiJi's
i -T if 1 ' 'if ... .-a trfcf. ; fct I.
A f i r - i . .. b . i. r-SM I a-
Tu'jr ;.. I- It! rw-a b- fa r-
outdone by n heatheu government 'j' fr'J!" lLs mral responsibility in-
r volved in the tolerance of tue evil by
A Veteran of Waterloo.
Cincinnati Omo Oct 1 John .
Wcntzel a well-known resident of
Cumminsville diod at his residence
on Lingo street Wednesday morning
at four o'clock agod eighty-nine years.
Jlr. Wcntzel was born in the city of
Mainz on tho Main river. His father
was an officer under Napoleon I.
which entitled him to serve as one of
the Younff guards. At sixteen yeara
of ago h was at the battle of Water-
loo but his regiment did not arrive
on the memorable battlefield until tho
fortunes of the day had been docidod.
A few years latCr emigrating to this
country he enlisted in the service of
the Unitod States and served through
the Sominolo war narrowly escaping
donth whilo carrying dispatches his
two companions being killed by am-
bushed Indians and himself severely
wounded. He crossod the continent
with 'Fremont the " Pathfinder" and
if his varied experiences were collec-
ted in a volume it would read like a-
romnnce. Before this he served in
the Mexican war and was never bet-
ter pleased than when sitting with an
attentive group around he told " of
hairbreadth 'scapes by flood and Hold"
He was a kind neighbor and good
citizen. TLe little folks especially .
will miss the cheerful smile and kind-
ly wor.l of gruoting from Grandpa
Wentzel and those of older years .
will miss the bright active old genr ;i
tlemim who could aay truthfully "I.
saw t he great Napoleon on tho ..field
at Waterloo." But the grim reaper
Death has scorod unother victory .
and ho who paired safely through r
four wars succumbed at last to the
ravages of old age. ; .
. Mysterious Brilliancy- ;
At a social gathering on Austin
avenue Gihooly called the Attention
of a friend to a lady who was pres-
ent. ... . ;. ; -" ...
"Do you see that elocant dressed
lady on the 'opposite-sido of the :
room?'.'. - c ' i ;r" . .j
"Do you mean that fast looking
woman who is dressed in loud colors .
and covored with diamonds and jew-
" Yes t liftt b : the ' one. She looks
likoan aurora borealis." --: f
"Yes sho does." - . . . .'...
''She is like tho aurora borealis in .
another particular." .
"What s that?"1 ' i' "
"Nobodv knows where all the bril-
liancy comes from." Texas Sif Lings. .
. a ai .
t . . . ' - . - . .
Tho proposition to send orators to
reland to aid . in Parnell's canvass
is like sending cohls to New Castle i
Ireland is the nursery of orators and .
the cradle of oppression is the best
school f or; oloquence' and tho utter-
a a 1 a a afal
ance of tlio people. A few oi tne :
new candidates in Ireland are do- '
sceudants of the most eloquent men
of her history. A grandson of Grat- 1
ton hits been namod for parliament..
Ireland is the land of music mirth
song wit and eloquence and it now t
seems not far distant whon the harp '
that hns hung so' long mute on Tara's ?
walls will be strung to 1 a new an-
them of national freedom under a
native parliament Mr. Parnell de-
lares that England cannot hold out
much longer against an Irish parlia-'
ment " "
Senator Coke is needed in Missouri..
Tho Missouri Conference passod the
Hcxolrcd That this ; qMference
while cuuoodinirjrlhe poweBf of the
State to license md permit the.man- .
uf net lire and siutOuf mtoxicatingiirinks
to be used as a beverage yet it is the -
solemn duty of tho Stato to permit
that class of her citizens who oppose!
the evil to havo an opportunity by a
fair vote of the people in separate
communities to exclude tho sale and
manufacture of such intoxicants by
license or otherwise thus that each
separate community have legal per-
mission by prohibition to relieve it-
A Complicated question.
" Mamma" said a littlo boy who
has a very recent brother "Did Adaun
and Eve hive babies?"
"Oh yea. Don't yon remember the
. i .: i:i-T . a Tt.-
Riorj vi tiiu amiug auui ut;
of Cain killing Abel?
were little babies at one time.
Yts I 'bpoaje they were went on
the littlo boy ihoughtfuJly; ."but
what gets me is if Adam WMllie first
man and Eve tho first wonnn where
'the Kctir comes in who furnished
A gentleman anl Li wife.thc latter
wifi a ;x monlat o.d loiict in UT
:arm wre alx.nt to enter the Aorta
rv r. lf.-r. mV.n -W..lrner
nd lnly t ii.l: I7 par-lon k'ibh
wit too can t ttci itaata Diie.
-Very V6.'1 fc-.I tha JaJy. -o mnch
t'-e Hit t"t rr. Yon ji-t tke
rare t f tie I.ttle M'ow till tLe play
in ot r: an I by tbe wsr. Krt'i tbe
Ttt. w.n 1 4 r-- ara irportej
r r Z J l"iu.Uf go to tie Tn
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