The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 105, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 22, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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Are You Going Away
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should older the Hesperian sent
to job. Address changed as often
UP TO DATE—That Is the Kind of a Drug Store We
We keep up with the times. We know how to talk business to you. We know how to sell Tooth Brushes.
offer you choice of
Any Tooth Brush In Our House For 25c EACH!
And we have about forty dozen. These brushes have been selling at 75c, 65c, 50c, 40c, 35c each, etc.
Remember the days:
THURSDAY, - FRIDAY - AND - SATURDAY.
Two big douole sheets Sticky
Fly Paper for
Other houses ask 8c for one
I Am Still Selling
THB sugar trust is not yet sure
of victory. It has already suffered
hall a defeat and it may yet be
If Judge Reagan's speech made
seventy-five converts in Gaines-
ville, he certainly was not as
strong before as his followers
Jobbayreb has been renomin-
ated for oongress without opposi-
tion. He and Bailey are the only
of the Texas delegation who
claim this honor.
When the battle got hot many
wbo straggled from the democratic
ranks again got in line. Democ-
racy can not be killed and after
everything else has been tried the
people a till pat their trust ia it.
Thi Atlanta Constitution scored
another victory over Hoke Smith
ia securing the renomination of
Congressman Livingston. The
Journal fought Livingston fiercely,
bat the Constitution pulled him
"The bar of Gainesville tried to
defeat Hogg two years ago," says
the Advertiser. This is hard on
those attorneys who did all they
eould for him. But anything goes,
yea knew, when trying to get a
For Just Half
WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN
PAYING OTHER HOUSES!
No. 16 Feather Duster you have been paying 75c each, I will sell you for 50c.
No. 14 Feather Duster you have been paying 65ceach, I will sell you for 35c.
No. 12 Feather Duster you have been paying 50c each, I will sell you for 25c.
• No. 10 Feather Duster yon have been paying 25c each, I will sell you for 12 1-2C.
Our ioc Feather Dusters take the cake. Ask to see them.
I will sell you a box of
for FIVE cent.
S X3 W A.
vention would lie the
result. He said that as soon as
this happened Robert's name
would be sprung and the "old
Alcalde*' would be put through
with a shout. This, however, in
our opinion is only an imagination
of a man who would like to see
Lanham and Culberson both de-
inevitable I personal liberty and constitution-
al government. Once they Income
popular and are warmed into in-
crease to a sufficient magnitude
they will as inevitably seize upon
individual freedom as that they
they must be fed and clothed and
given employment. A government
relying upon violence to maintain
itself must some day perish by
violence, and a great standing
army is the machinery to destruc-
The ease and suddenness with
which the United States soldiers,
by their simple appearance behind
police at Chicago
EMIGRATION AND IM NI-
It is said that the ocean steam
ers aie carrying more emigrants | the^ militia at
than immigrants this summer.
H j and elsewhere, crushed down the
„ , , ......... ! red flag of anarchy and disorder
may well be doubted if this was when civil law was trembling in
ever true before in the entire his- the balance is being made the oc-
tory of onr trans-Atlantic passen-
ger business. We
ing of cabin passengers, who are
supposed to belong to the busi-
ness or wealthy class, and to be
casion for a movement to so foster
are not speak-1 aQd increase the military service
of this country as to enable the
authorities to spread it more
thickly over the Union in order
that the public peace may be pre
traveling for pleasure or trade, served hereafter by force.
Judge Nugent sees the hand-
writing on the wall and will not
arake a canvass. It is true
Nugent says he is not physically
able, bat he ought to be ashamed
to acknowledge that he is not as
strong as Judge Reagan, who is 76
The one-sided affair on Dixon
street still harps on the fight of
two years ago. Don't it know
that one of the principal reasons
why Reagan did not sweep the
state was that he was unwilling to
drown the row of two years ago?
The man who is against harmony
in Texas can not win.
Judos Wilson can't tell it
straight to save his life. He says
the gold bugs and lawyers ol
Gainesville are for Lanham and
Culberson for governor. The
"gold bugs" and the lawyers may
be ignorant, but they are certainly
not green enongh to think they
elect two men goVternor.
but of the steerage passengers,
who belong to the# laboring class.
Some of these rtnigranta will re-
turn, no doubt, but many of them
go to get away from our hard
tiroes. The low wages of their
native land is better than walking
the streets, and they go back while
they can, taking, in the aggregate,
a great deal of money with them.
The steamship companies seem
to be entirely indifferent to which
way the tide of steerage travel
flows. If they can only get busi
ness that is all they want. Just
now these companies are engaged
in a discreditable attempt to break
down, or at leart weaken, the laws
of congress designed to keep out
of the country panpers and crim-
But ours is not a government by
force of arms. We have reared
here peaceful institutions that are
to be preserved, if at all, by the
patriotism, the good sense, the
common agreement of the people
to live together in harmony and
union, respecting the law because
it is of their own making. We
have admitted to onr system the
I police, the constabulary, the sher-
iff, the militia, and the hired sol-
dier to arrest the few who may
show a disposition to disregard
the agreed common rights of all.
Onbe declare that these officers
are for the government of
the many; once say that
we must have a geeat standing
army in order to hold 11s all to
gether in the civil compact of
peace we sealed in blood a century
ago, and you change at once the
very foundation of principle of re-
publican government and estab-
The immigration bureau at New I !ish inJte ®tead a nnlitary despot
1 ism whose force can only be main-
tained by force.
Perhaps the day Is coming
when by reason of the develop-
ment of our vast territory the
necessity will arise for a propor
tionate increase in the standing
York was materially strengthened
by legislation during the first half
of President Harrison's adminis-
tration, and is now able to hold
suspects for investigation, and if
they ought to be seat back to send I wmf^rthrijni^^Statesr^but
has just now there is every reason why
them. The commissioner
We are sorry to see Judge Wil-
son so troubled about the lawyers.
The time was when he passed as a
lawyer. Is he any better man now
than when he was a lawyerf Is
not Adge Reagan a lawyerf Is
not every candidate for governor
ia the field except McCall a law-
yerf Ah! judge, it looks a lit-
tle like demogogery, even if you
traddle, to see a lawyer
rvocatlngTlre'cTalm s of a lawyer
to offlee, and urging as a reason
for his election that the lawyers
are against him.
A VERY intelligent gentleman
who lives ia Austin and who fa-
vors Judge Reagan for governor
.said ia Gainesville the other day
ex-Governor Roberts would
be the nominee of the Dallas con-
veatien. He based his judgment
on the fact that the conventions so
far held showed that a locked con-
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large authority, the great diffi
culty being the arrogance and law-
lessness of the agents of the steam-
ships. Resort to the United States
supreme courts seems to be neces-
sary, and if so tli^re shonld be no
hesitation in making such a resort.
The companies should be made to
pay the expenses of detained im-
migrants, as the law contemplated,
instead of conniving at, making
this country a dumping ground
for foreign poor houses, jails and
its present proportion should not
Giving or selling whisky, beer or
other intoxicating liquors to Will
Black will be prosecuted to the
extent of the law.
25. R. C. Black.
The Standing Army.
The enthusiasm with which the
American people applauded th?|
action of PresMfrflt- Cleveland in
aiding to snppress violence by the
One house and lot with cistern,
barn, etc., in Valley View, Cooke
county, Texas. We want to sell.
For terms apply to R. P. Head,
Valley View, Tex.
C. l. Ballard,
22 Clarksville, Tex.
An Honor Withheld.
The young German kaiser,
while reviewing the troops at
use of federal army has led natur-1 atrasburg, was struck by the mar-
ally to an increased appreciation L, , . . . XT
of that branch ol the United States t,al be""« ol a ,eterJn- He n0'
government and a disposition in surprise that the medal
certain quarters to demand an in- commemorative of service in the
crease of the federal forces to meet Franco-Prussian was absent
similar emergencies which
liable to arise hereafter.
But with the restoration of
peace and industrial and social
ord<*r should come a careful stndy
ot the principles of republican
government. The standing army
we now have, small and apparent-
ly insignificant as it is, was suffi-
cient to move the trains without
firing a shot or stepping one pace
in advance of the state militia and
city police. The civil authorities
in this country, state aud muni-
cipal, are themselves an army—
with gun3—whenever the public
peace is threatened, and they must
be counted as the first reliance in
times of disorder and lawlessness.
The standing army is the back-
ground of the scene, and is rolled
into promihenoe only to,support
with its rumblings and trappings
the local ciyil-a^mies.
Br*** e world, of nil
from his breast, and that he
only what appeared to be a carna-
tion in his buttonhole. The kaiser
had the soldier summoned and
"Where and with whom did you
"With the Emperor Napoleon,"
was the reply.
The kaiser was disconcerted for
a moment. He looked at the car-
nation and recognized the ribbon
of the Legion of Honor. Then he
"Ah," ho said, smiling, ' that
is tne one decoration I have thus
far been unable to obtain."
Young wife (at telephone)—Is
that the office of the telephone
oompanyf I want to talk with
Cyras Winterbottom. I'm his
BY VOTING 139 TO 49
gdVeAmeq^s' an| r peoples^ Telephone Girl—Humbert
Warns the civilizai|n of this day* Young Wife—Numberf I'm
large stdndiqg- armies, his 11 At an if only,
The House Adopts a Resolu-
tion of Importance.
Election of Senators by the
People Is the Substance
of the Amendment.
Washington, July 21.—There
was a very slim attendance of
members when the speaker called
the house to order today.
Mr. Bowers demanded the regu-
lar order, which was a resolution
proposing an amendment to the
constitution providing that sena-
tors shall be elected by a direct
vote of the people.
Although a two-thirds vote is
required for measures amending
the constitution, the pending reso-
lution was passed by 137 to 49—
13 votes to spare.
The announcement of the result
was received with democratic ap-
taxing property in receiver's
Washington, July 21.—The
house has passed without opposi-
tion the bill reported from the ju-
diciary committee, fixing the
status of state and municipal tax-
ation on property in the hands of
receivers appointed by United
States couits. The bill provides
that taxes heretofore or hereafter
assessed by state, county or mu-
nicipal authority against any cor-
poration or corporate property
shall not be classed as debts to be
passed upon in the first instance
by any United States court, but
shall be collectable in the first in-
stance by the proper authorities
according to the assessment,
whether the corporation is in the
hands of a receiver or not, and no
judge or court of the
United States shall have any
other or greater authority to en-
join, restrain or interfere with the
collection than if no receivership
existed, and the seizure as well as
sale of property for taxes shall
divest the receiver and court of
control. Property seized for
taxes and not sold shall be return-
ed to the receiver, and the corpo-
ration or receiver shall have the
right of any citizen to apply for
the abatement of the tax or sue or
defend against improper assess-
ments in courts having jurisdic-
The bill, if it becomes a law,
will settle some of the disputes in
South Carolina between the state
and federal authorities concerning
the taxation of railroad property
now in the custody of the federal
courts. The most important rail-
roads of that state are managed
by receivers appointed by United
Ladies will be admitted free at
the opera house tomorrow night.
the 8OUTHERN pacific.
Sacramento, Cal., July 21.—In
an interview General Superintend-
ent Filmore of the Southern Pa-
cific said: "All trains are in on
time on the entire Pacific system
north bound, both through and
local, between Ogden, Portland
and El Paso. Agents have been
notified at all points to receive all
fright offered for shipment.
"Seventeen firemen and twenty
switchmen arrived on a train from
the east last night and have gone
to work. This gives us a full
complement of yardmen and fire-
men. We have started up our
shops at all terminal points with
what men we require to do the
work, confining the same to run-
"We are having more applica-
tions in every branch of the ser-
vice than we can find use for.
"Our employes are all satisfied
and there is no trouble whatever
at any point. Those who volun-
tarily left the company'# service
are considered outsiders and^the
Go to Stevens, Kennedy A
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Purifying and Beautifying
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The Purest, Sweetest, and
Most Refreshing for Toilet
Bath and Nursery.
For Pimples, Blackheads
Red, Rough, Oily Skin
and Baby Blemishes,
For Red, Rough Hands, with
Shapeless Nails and
Painful Finger Ends,
For Irritations of the Scalp
with Dry,Thin, and Falling
Hair it is wonderful.
Sale greater than the
Combined Sales of
all other Skin Soaps.
Sold throughout the world. Price, 25c. Porria
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fg- " All About the Bkln, Scalp, and Hair," free.
ACHING SIDES AND BACK,
Hip, Kidney, and uterine pains and
weakneHwa relieved In one minute
by the Cutioura Anti. 1'iiiti Plaster.
The tiret and only pain-killing; plaster.
A Business Finder.
Cobwebs—How do you find
Rustle—Advertise for it, of
No amount of argument can
suppress the fact that a good ad-
vertisement, rightly placed, is a
business finder; and when trade is
slow is just the time advertising
should be pushed in the most care-
ful and persistent manner possi-
A diamond ear drop. Lost some
where on the streets. Finder will
please leave at this oflice and get
THE OLD, OI.D STORY.
to m. k. u.
Durne Fortune may brin^ her treasures.
And riches may fie at our feet.
Society's demands may call us.
And seek our lives to conplete.
We may seek with patient endeavor,
The laurels that fame may bring.
With joyous hearts we may listen
To praise9 the world may sing.
Yet in all this wide realm of beauty-
There is nothing so strangely sweet
As the strange, yet "old, old story"
Loving lips love to repeat.
Shall we call it the "old, old story,"
This story of tender love.
The sweete'st, the purest that ever
God sent from its home above?
I look into your eyes, my darling,
Eyes shining with Heaven's own bine,
And T see the love-light flashing
Ever constant, tender and true.
And the birds' songs sound to me sweeter
And the sunshine seems more bright.
And the blue sky seems to be bluer
Because of this wonderful light.
And I thank the generous Giver
Of all the good gifts of life,
For the story sweet and olden
That won me my pure-eyed wife.
Gainesville, July 2,1894.
ForMalaria, Liver Trou-
ble, or Indigestion, use
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
TO OTJB READERS.
When you cut out the book cou-
pons, write name and address
plain with ink. We are receiving
great numbers of these coupons
daily, and every precaution must
be taken to avoid errors.
Go to Stevens, Kennerly & Spra-
gans for shelf hardware at cost.
Don't lose the opportunity of
seeing Galveston this summer.
Surf bathing is now at its best.
Crabs schrimp and other good
things to eat.
Summer excursion tickets via
M., K. &T. railway to all points.
Opera - House
paul gallia, manager.
Monday July 23,
And Continuing Six Nights.
And the Law of Psychic Phenomena.
Go out and see the power
of mind over body, and
l>e convinced that you
can control your own
body. Ladies admitted
free on Monday night, and
the best seats will be re-
served for them. Admis-
sion 25 cents.
f Oil LITTLE i'OLKS.
Miss Maud MacCarthy, tho child vio-
linist whose successful appearance at
the Prince's hall we recently recorded,
Ls not, as has boen stated in several
journals, an Australian, but was born
10 years ago in the Emerald Isle. Both
ber parents, too, are natives of Ireland,
though her father has been practicing
for some years past in Sydney as a med-
ical man. Ho is also a skillful pianist
and composer as well as a capable
sculptor and painter in oils, and several
of his productions upon exhibition have
been rewarded with gold medals. See-
ing that little Maud's mother is also an
accomplished ginger, it is not surprisii.g
that the child should have inherited an
artistic temperament. Though Irish by
birth, it was in Australia Miss Mac-
Carthy commenced tho study of the vio-
lin. She received lessons on that instru-
ment as far back as five years ago from
Miss Pedley of Sydney, and in two
years' time had made sueli progress
that her teacher felt justified in giving
a special "at home" in order that con-
noisseurs might listen to the phenome-
nal capabilities of the gifted little child.
She has ance studied with the well
known Spanish violinist, Sen or Arbos,
who, by the way, has just joined tho
teaching staff of the Royal Academy of
Music, but from whom she will no
doubt continue to receive the benefit of
instruction. Among the treasures prized
by Miss MacCarthy is a volume from
Mr. Gladstone bearing an inscription in
his own handwriting, and in which he
describes the young violinist as "tho
dear little Irish musician."—London
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCEf
There's not a bit of difference
between a democrat, a republican
and a populist. They're all
human—all are after the almighty
dollar—and the place to get the
best liquors for it is at Ed Coop-
Don't forget that all ladies will
be admitted free at the entertain-
ment at the opera house tomorrow
GRAND COLORED EXCURSION TO
Special train will leave Gaines-
ville Tuesday, the 24th, and re-
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Feeders and Condensers.
Boss and Progress
BRASSAND STEAM FITTINGS,
Pipe, Belting, Lace Leather and all kind of
Have on hand three second hand engines and boilers as
i^ood as new at a very low prices.
We are prepared to donate SlOO to the orphans in
Gainesville if we can not prove—
I. That our "National" Telephone is the equal of any
instrument in use in the country today.
II. We will donate $100 to the Orphan Home, Gaines-
ville, if our "National" Telephone is not superior to any
telephone in use in the country today.
Tests to be made and decisions rendered by United States Officials.
National Telephone Manufacturing Company,
620a Atlantic Avenue, Boston.
WOODWARD EMERY, President, )
J. D. LEATHERBEE, Treasurer, > Directors.
S. K. ROBERTS, J
J. N. DUBOIS. Sole Agent, Gainesville.
Too Solemn for a Wedding.
In New York last Sunday even-
ing, when the service in St. Paul's
M. E. church was to be dismissed,
the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Saunders,
asked the congregation to remain
seated while a wedding was per-
formed, saying that when the mar-
riage was over the doxology would
be sung and the congregation dis-
missed with the benediction. This
must have been misunderstood by
the organist, Miss M. L. Brown,
who began to play the doxology.
The bridal party had been stand-
in the vestibule, and they
ding march the couple were part
way up the aisle. The ceremony
was then gone through with with-
out further mishap.
"In Everybody's Mouth."
HAZEL KIRKE CIGARS.
Waterman A Friedenheit Factory Agts
Better Than a Pass.
Only $5 to Galveston and re-,
torn. Special train, Pullman
sleepers and chair cars. Leave
Gainesville Saturday 3:20 p. m.
The best and
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