The Austin Evening News (Austin, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 20, Ed. 1, Friday, June 2, 1875 Page: 1 of 4
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TEMPLE OF FASHION!
1 ' ' ' 1
TTavo to .announce through the new Evening Pa-
per the arrival of
JSTTW STITLIES OF
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
f . ! ELEGANT LINEN SUITS
Childi-en's WHITE PIQUE SUITS beautifully tiiin'd
Infants' Pique Cloaks handsomely trimmed;
Infants' Lace Caps very neat design?.
WftAMl-Aiiotlier fresli lot of those "Pistol Fans"
; . White Linen Lawns
A'. Dress Grenadines at 10 12 a 15 cts.
"Di'ess Grenadines at 20 25 and 27 cts. Avorlh really
Jf ' A-'Splendid Black Iron Grenadine for 50 cts. -sReal
Hlmiburg Net only $1 50 worth $1 00 pi' yard.
Lace Points at $1 25 1 75 2 25 a 2 50 Bought at
Auction and worth really three times the price.
Elegant Linen Lawns only 25 cents per yard.
"flVjtrn just in rnnnipt of a trcmciulous Stock of Jaconet
and Linen Embroideries bought at a recent Bankrupt sate
in New-York which we will oifcr at 40 per cent below ac-
tual New York cost.)
Cashs Burnings Tuckings Frillings fcc. equally cheap.
Ladies' Beaded Belts only 50 cts. worth $1 75.
y An Immense lot of Ribbons from Bankrupt sale very
t;. ' cheap.
"T ..-KV.r.l T.w.r. ft.w..ua fi.Mii 4i1 Zl iirvirr.i.l
lJUHUO JClV KJIIAAI IIVC U Will J JL tJJ III tV 11 .l.
Another lot of Marseilles Quilts only $1 50 large size.
jjgf" Our Stock of Gent's Beady-Made Clothing and
Furnishing Goods is unsurpassed for cheapness style
and durability. We have a beautiful assortment and
offer them at tempting prices.
$W We have 500 Summer Goats for the low price
of &1 00 each.
EVERY THING IN THE
we propose qo offer at prices that will insure the com-
plete clearance of our
IMMENSE STOCK THIS SEASON.
FRIEDBERBER & Bro
; May 27 1875.
Published EvgiV Evening'
D. LOGAN & CO.
00NGEESS AVENUE NEAK ASH ST
Kor tho Evening News.
KY 1IUC5II 11ULMKS.
wounded tho spirit thai loved
Thou lmst sunt a cold chill through my
Thou hast huigliod at my ovory aflcotion
And liow for'oro inoro avo must part.
Yes part from each other forovor
But oh -what a Had Had thing
To part from my trcusuro forever
And never on earth meet again.
Yea you wrought tho act that has doomed"
To loadasad life until death
Of sorrowing weeping and mourning
And nover breathe one happy breath.
But to-day a deep gulf comco bolweou us
A gulf which ne'er can bo crossed
For to-day I must leave you forever
And forever to you " I am lost."
Up to Mho adjournm
eighty-eight days had boon consumed
Hut this number includes those dnys when
Hie couvt assembled but did no business.
Tho actual number of days in which tes-
timony lias been taken is of course
somewhat less. Of this time eighty-one
days wore taken up with direct testi
seven with rebutting testi
Au Eloquent Tribute.
Tho following extract is taken from
tho speech of lion. John Koir delivered
recently at the Mecklenburg Centennial
and published in tho New York Herald.
Peopled for tho most part by tho de-
scendants of tho noblest classes of the
Old World the inhabitants of the States
onco styled "Confederate" have over
been characterized by tho highest quali-
ties of man. Honor with them is a deified
impersonation before which they de-
voutly bow. Its "slightest touches will
always give them pause ;" they
Forbear all sido protencca
And resolutely keep its laws
Cultivated and refined the Southern
gentlemen was in tho days of our pros
perity a prince of generous hosvulality.
His homo was the attractive resort af all
who delighted in the innocent and ration-
al enjoyments of social life and his en
tortainmonts were equally edifying to
mind and body. In his adversity ho is
as conspicuous for his fortitude as ho
was for tho graces which dignified and
adorned him with all the luxuries and
refined indulgencius which wealth af
Our statesmen in times past were ever
in the lead in our national councils.
Our orators from tho days of tho " forest
born Demosthenes" have always borno
away from nil competitors the palm of
true logic and soul-stirring eloquence.
Our poets havo snug strains as sweet as
ever ilowed from tho fountains of Heli-
con or Parnassus. Our historians havo
written with the truthfulness and ele-
gance of tho best of that class of writers.
Our professional walks are adorned with
many men of learning and gieat social
accomplishments. Our women aro as
pure as intelligent as patriotic and as'
bcautilul as any tnac ever avou uie
hearts and sweetened tho homes of men.
Our yeomanry are as true as over stood
in adamantine strength the bulwark of
In tho past wo havo nothing to bo
ashamed of; wo lost our liberties and
with them our estates but not by any
fault of ours situated as wo wore in tho
contest in which wo were defeated.
"It was not in mortals to command success
"Wo did more deserved it."
Wo came out of it it is true with ex-
hausted energies tattered banners and
worn out garments but covered novcr-
is remarkable also for the
enormous panels of jurors that were
summoned. These wcro two in number.
One of them was one thousand in num-
ber and the other five hundred. Out of
this number about one-third attended
that being tho usual average. Tho reg-
ular panels aro for 150 jurors but of
these generally not over sixty or sixty-
livo put in an appearance at tho court-
room tho rest being either oxompt or
cannot bo found. But all who do attond
receive $2 por day for each day they aro
on jury duty or in attendance in tho
The limo consumed in tho trial was
as follows : Pivo days in obtaining a
jury j thirty-five by tho prosecution in
direct testimony and forty by the de-
fense. Tho plaintiff then took up live
and one-half days with rebutting testi-
mony and tho defense one and a half.
Several adjournments havo taken place
oil account of tho absence of ono or tho
other of tho counsel. Before the case is
ended it will havo extended over livo
mouths from tho first of January to tho
first of June. Tho average time taken
by either sido was 43i days but tho real
time used by tho defense is considerable
in excess of tho plaintiff. Allowing a
hundred days the limit although it Avill
probably overrun that estimate by two
or three days it Avill still givo tho de-
fense the larger sharo of time for two
lawyers will address the jury in summing
up on their behalf and only one on the
Tho actual number of witnesses called
on both sides was 113 of which 33 were
called by tho plain lilt' and 80 by tho de-
fendant. On the direct examination tho
prosecution called nine witnesses and tho
defense 72. On the rebuttal tho prose-
cution more than doubled tho number
that had been summoned on their side
for tho direct for they ciillcd 22. They
also called two witnesses in sur-rebuttal
making 2-1 in all. The defense called
eight witnesses in sur-robuttal but it
must be understood that tho total of 113
includes tho one or two who gave their
testimony by deposition and that those
who where called on the direct and again
summoned on tho rebuttal are counted
as different witnesses as in effect they
really aro. Tho actual number of differ-
ent porsons called was about ono hund-
red. The average length of the exam-
ination was a little over ono witness per
day. Had the hours of tho court been in
accordance Avith tho idea of Judge Neil-
sop there would havo been ii more rapid
progress made. Ho wanted to sit from
10 A. M. to 4 or 5 P. M. and would havo
been perfectly content to hold evening
sittings. But such an arrangement
would havo entirely absorbed tho timo
of the counsel and allowed them no timo
to attend to their other business.
thelcss with glory; and oven now with
all their prestige of success our gallant
foes have no men to whom they can
point with half the pride and satisfac-
tion wo feel in tho contemplation of tho
characters of our great captains who in
so many hardlought battles led our sons
to victory. Our futuro is covered with
I hope. Timo is working lor our vindica
tion. Its developments win prove uie
folly no less than tho guilt of our op-
pressors. Already the cruel wrongs we havo suf-
fered aro attracting the attention nud
provoking tho indignant rebuke of all
goon mon us uomu uiiu ;iuiuiu. vui in-
juries will redound to tho good of our
race and the world will not much longer
hesitate to pronounce sentence of con-
demnation on those who havo sought to
place tho elevated and educated whito
man in subjection to tho government of
tho ignorant debased slave of recent
Our advorsity has proven Us to be
worthy of prosperity; and having now
learned many lessons of practical wis-
dom we nover know before we will use
speech lie couUni'ljtHJ
Frank II. Walworlh UiJ
What ship and port does everyy!
nuiy desire -; uourisinp and stib-l
Self-made men aie very apt to u- 7"
their maker. sN& j
When a young man misses In a spell'
ing class no is ex-spelled out.
"Eight ycaro this spring" is about as"
om as a uorso geis to no. N
A Vermont woman rode thirteen miled
to see a new rag carpet and jiCwed her
husband all the way homo.
"Is Mr. Brown a man of means?" in-
quired a lady visitor of Aunt Betsy.
" Yes I should think ho was" replied
Aunt Betsy "as everybody says hi Ihej
meanest man in town."
Yesterday a west-end lighter named
"Tho Springwells Masher" Avent to ;
house in Ilamtramck to lick a man w"
had said something against his chiu?
tcr but found that tho man had be
buriod for thrco weeks. Tho wide
didn't want to fight he couldn't pick
fuss with anyone in tho neighborhoi'
and he got on to a car with tho reman
" Well there's folks ill this world as dou
caro two cents how much trouble the
make other folks."
"Aro you an Odd-fellow ? "
"No Sii ; I've been married
y Tin: JNKttitoES of tiik ooutii. Aiucn
has been said about the religion of the
black race; and they havo a religion
after a sort. But as mass thoy aro in-
clined to superstition and aro apt to bo
swept headlong into sonsuous sin by thoir
emotions. While they aro religious they
aro not moral. Wo speak of the major-
ities tho multitudes. True there aro
noble exceptions and theso prove
tho possibility of a better condition for
the raco as a Avhole. But at present
thero is a sad lack' of virtue oven among
professod church members. Tho colored
churches both of tho Baptist and Method-
ist schools (and theso include nearly all
who pretend to any religious faith) are
almost without discipline on some points
of common moraljty. Tho seventh com-
mandment is almost a dead letter in
many communities. Its observance is
exceptional rather than normal. Touch-
ing this sin of uuehastity tho negro in
his presont condition is alarmingly in
need of tho Gospel. Tho race is deteri
orating and will ultimately becomo ex-
tinct unless thero is a check to licen-
tiousness. Already tho statistics of po-
imlation show an astounding decrease of
births during tho past six or eight years."
Pittsburg Methodist Recorder. .
Wk aro daily receiving tho Evening
News a now daily paper published at
Austin by J. D. Logan & Co. We get
something from almost every issue of tho
News to transfer to our columns -common
nowspapor property. J.'D. Logau
is fast bringing tho News up to tho
samo" position occupied by tho San An-
tonio Herald when ho published it. The
Tho woman who hesitates (at if spoiling
match) is lost.
" 1 mean do you belong to the order o
"No no ; 1 belong to the order of mar
"Mercy how dumb! Are you a Ma
son ? "
" No I'm a carpenter by trade."'
" Worse and worse. Aro you a Son of
" Bother you ! no ; I'm a son of Mr. Jno.
Bahy Mixture. Tho Kentucky peo-
ple belicvo in bavins a good time. Ad
an old-fashioned dancing-yarly tho oth-
er night to which several women came
with their babies some young men
changed tho elothes of tho infants while
their parents were dancing and mixed
them up generally. On tho following
day there was a great commotion---boy
babies had unaccountably changed to-1
girls and as tho families lived miles'
apart it took several days lo restuwjJIic
innocents to their respective mothers. v'
"And now Mrs. Sullivan" said t
counsel " Avill you bo kind enough i
tell the jury whether your husband avus
in tho habit of striking you with impu-
nity'?" " Avid Avhat bir:i! " " with impuni-
ty." "HoAvas sir now and thin but
he struck mo oftener with his fist."
" Oh gracious no!" exclaimed Mrs.
Marrowfat to Mrs. Quoggs raising her
hands and speaking in a very excited
tone. " Sho was so ill Avhen her new
bonnet came homo that she couldn't get
up ; but dear sakes ! Jano that didn't
matter nothing for she just put her hat
en and lay Avith her head out of the
window tho wholo afternoon."
A bad little boy upon being promised
fivo cents by his mother if ho would take
a dose of castor oil obtained the money
and then told tho parent that she might
castor oil in the" street. IIo will make a
humorous newspaper parag'.aphist ono
of theso days.
Whoodlo; poodle doodle-doo!
Hi sky doodle dandy !
Get your printing done Avitli us
And get. a stick of candy.
A Scaly" Giul. Tho Milwaukee News
says: There was a young girl at tho po-
lice station recently not over sixteen
with prepossessing face and good figure
whoso body and limbs aro covered with
scales about tho sizo of and similar in
anpearauce to tho scales of a fish. Med
ical gontloman avIio havo examined her
say that she presents tho most extraor-
dinary case of malformation on record.
Theso scales havo tho chameleon-liko
function of changing their color. The
scales on her arm whilo tho Avriter was
presont changed twice from a palo am-
ber color to blood red and back again.
They do not overlie each other as in the
case of fish or reptiles but appear to bo
imbedded in tho llesh in a sort of mo-
saic work ; and when tho color changes
tho transformation does not take place at
onco in nil tho imbricated plates but va-
ries some turning red whilo others retain
tho amber color Avhich seems to bo the
Tho prettiest aprons and jackets for
day and evening wear aro of Valencien
nes laco and nbuou striped.
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