Newspaper Page Text
5V.O ., MUf
THE GAZETTE; FOKT WORTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANtTAltY 11.
DEMOCRAT - ADVANCE.
I'UHMSlfED BY TIIK
Hook Journal Publishing Company,
flKO. B. LOVING.
J. O, Komi,
Trias u re r.
. . . Manager.
TERMS OF SUnSCJIIPTION.
Oae month, . ' - $ I CO
Three month ..... 3 (0
Mx month SIM
Om year ....... ill W
11m been recently enlarged and Improved
lid now contain jir-jf8 columns of rrd
Intr mutter, mailo mi from thocrcnm of t lit?
.. i. ; . . ' .1...".,. .
ei pnucr in mn country miii io uucri
at the following; low
pnpcrln ihnrouutry wnt to uicrn-
cm in all rwrUar t hnUnltcdhtmwnnncan
orji iroa oi pvniage,
Throe month -Six
unn viAr . .
SulMcrlptlon to dally And weekly l itrlctlr
advance, and all paper topd wben Mr
Hubacrlbcrx dcMring tho nddrG of their
paper c)inngcd will pl-ao utata In tiielr
communication both the old ami new ad
Remit by draft on Fort Worth, jxwtofflce
niontiy order or rcglntcred Idler. If cnt
otherwlN) wo will not to mponMble for
Addri'M, OAztmr., Fort Worth, Texat,
Hiecliiicn copies w ni free on application.
IHCKVIKIt AND NONPAKIKL,
200 FONTS OF DISPLAY T1TE
Ot Tiirlous klniu,
lLYllOAINS MAY- UK HAD.
Addrew, GAZETTE, Kort Worth.
In tho rush of telegraphic mutter
received by tho GAZivm: Tuesday
night, tho report of tho morning h-s-hIoii
of tho house of representatives at
.Austin was Inadvertently left out of
Jt columns, though It was received In
full. Our raider aro promised that
such itu oversight shall not ocotir
ngnln 081111 report of both houcs are
wired It i tills paper dally by n com
petent eorpH of correspondents.
The report of tho terrible llro and
Joss of llfo which occurred yesterday
morning at Milwaukee In another
human wall for more, cficellvo lawn In
tho construction of public. buildings.
Tho large number of (Ires wlilah hltvn
occurred during tho jmihI fuw days Is
tilivriitlniJC and will uroimo a popular
reeling which may horvo to jirotect
property as well as liven.
Turt Issue or tho Rtephenvilln Km
ptra of January llth was u splendid one
n ilfty-slx column, tilled with matter
that nttist redound to the material nil
vantage of Krath county. Tim Um
pire never sends out an inferior Issue,
hut tho hiHt number wan exceptionally
good, and the good pr-oplo of Krath
will mistake their duty to theinsnlvos
If they do not accorTfRueh entcrprlho
a generous support.
Conciiieksmax Hi,Ancium.s' says
tho civil Horvlco reform bill Ih n fraud,
and that Mr. ItiuciAK told tbo plnln
truth about It In tho house, nud praises
Ilia courage in ho doing. Ho voted for
tho bill at first, but believing It to bu a
piece of political trickery, ho changed
ills vote. J To does not bellevolt will
give any substantial relhif, but iih Mr,
Jli.Acicnuii.v cannot forcseo tho politi
cal result of all thlngN, let u linpti he
Indn ofror concerning this bill.
Hon. 0. R. Gibson.
The gentlemen wlio Iiiih been elected
to the honorable and reejionslblo ws
tlnnofRiKHtkcrof the hotmo of repre
Hcntatlvts of tho Eighteenth lcgila
turcofTcxaH, is welt known through
out the state and needs no Introduc
tion from u. Ho wnsfrtrincrly tdllor
or the Waxahnchie IMcrprUc, which
paper exert ed good and Bound teach
lng under IiIm direction. He came to
thlsi ttato front Alabama, and linn
been a valued acquisition, being of
n practice! and progressive nature.
He lint served neveral termn In the leg
iHlnturo with distinction to hiniHclf
and satisfaction to lii.i conHtitucntn.
He U ot present a rcpn sontatlve from
Ellin county, and his .-election as
Hpeakcr rcllectij credit on thl portion
of theftate, and hIiowh the wImIohi of
our representatives. Hu In a fair
minded, wnibcientlotls advocate of right
and an Impartial dlpeuscr of juetjee.
In matters tequlrlng pnrllamentiiry
rulings lie will endeavor to discharge
liN duttei inotlenidvely, but with llrm
ic!ss and promptneN". Tho house of
representatives liave done well in se
lecting Mr. CniMjy to rule over that
body during IU dellberatloiiH.
It iii lumotiuced by cable that an
cfi'ort is being mntle by Kiiglsa! to
takeaway from America her Mexican
trade. Mr. Lionkl Caiidkx, thoEu
glUh agent at Havana lu now In Mc'
ice for thepurjKHo of tludiug a new
market for the English cotton fabrics.
In view ot the fact that the regular
diplomatic intercourse between Mex
ico mill England lia.s been Mispendcd
hIuco lfe07, the agent of England will
tlrt have to bticy hluihclfto get that
restored. It Ixurgiled that If France
coulil forgive Mexico, England htirely
could, but the question nrlticH, can
Mexico forgive England? HirC'irAiti.KH
iMi.KH expresses tho view that Mexico
In Jealousof the lu!ucnco which the
United Slates arc acequlriug, and, con
sequently, wants to encourage the in
vestment of .English capital. Thee
viewtttiru not Htmlalned, however, by
the facta, at the most prosperous Mexl
can towim and lt wealthiest sections
aro becoming thoroughly Aiiirlcan
l.od by tho lnlltix of both American
citizens and American capital; and
Sir rjiiAUMS will doubtle Hud t
Homewhat tlifllcult to glvu a new read
ing to the 'doctrine of manlfcstdestlny.
TELEGRAPHIC JUSCEIjLAX T
Augusta, Me., January 10. Hon.
Lot M. Morrill died this morning.
nut l'nsna an
rived here to-day.
Ills fellow exiles nr-
Colombla, Ceylon, January 10. Ar
llctlremcntnf the Soelaty Jueen to IlieSnt.
Itadr of o Italian Ucitatiranl.
St. reteraburc. January 10. It Is
otatcfl the czar has signed n decree
dlsjiolving all flccrct WK'ietles In IttiAsia.
Newark, Jauuary 10. The lurj re
turned a verdict of $2.5,000 against the
New York and Long Ilrnnch Itallroad
in the cnje of ('. M. Wood ru II', who
was killed in tlie disaster at Parkcr'w
Creek, near Long iiraneh, last tum
Chicago, III., January 10. Dis
patcher) from Sbllob, Kentucky, state
that mnll-M)X is raging there,
Hlores aro closed and business huh
lcndel. Whole families are stricken
and the citizens are Heclng. Several
physicians have died and the disease
Is unusually jKiwerfuI and fatal.
This Bt. Louis JtrpuMivan tlireat
tiiied that the Chicago Tribune Nhotild
bo "pilloried in n category" if certain
ivtiaetlonfl avciu not made, and tho last
named Journal not desiring to undergo
siueu an orueai nas reiracied, a paper
or anything reldcnt lu Chicago and
which has withstood tho llery ordeal
nltnchcd thereto should not ho teltder
rootcd about being "idllorled In n cate
gory." But the St. Louis Journalistic
( rouble does not stop hero, The
JlrjiuWcan made wmie- ugly remarks
about tho editor oUUQj'onf-Dhpatcfi lu
connection yK1i tho (Jouki:!! ill-Skat-jiacic
ndltlr, and oven aeuused tho last
named paper of bearing false witness
against IIm uelghboriri, wlilch is tv direct
violation of the orthodox teachings of
tlio JtyniMtcan'n JMiilo, ami tho J-J),
cornea back with tho nnnounccinont
that tho Kkacp proprietors of tho
Jiqnttilfcan hnvo been poisccudng
iuiuuui wiuKiiiuw, tor many nioons,
iiml HiiyH "they began i their pa
per llrut with dellberato lien
touching his elmracter and history."
Tho O.-D, will doubt lew tell the
'lCfAiMH tliat they aro nuother, uml
Hioproapects for n tragedy or aback
down.nrojust now about as brilliant
;l titi uloctrlc light.
SeTow on England.
It appears from llio tbii.vrmoiu
Accord that tho Jersey Lily has been
disturbing tho peaceful monotony tf
thqhousoof rppresontntlvcM lu execu
tive convention itfcscniblcd at Wash
s Jngton, Diytrtut of Columbia,
JMr. HtnirNKO.v of llnwklyn started
fiwiin dreamy loVetlo tho other day
mid jumping to his feet proceeded to
ventilate hlw Idciw on tlio liomtiKo imld
by American manhood totho pensioned
prutllgatea of court favor. The
Jiecord quotes him as saying
among other better thlngH, that this
whs only one or the follies which indt-
cuto tho pyiuniia, tho miliaria tliat arc
elonlug us to death. Jlt concludei :
Titla wonihlii nforerytbliurKaHlUh luanew
aud dunserotiii ilUiuuo. nnri...v7.r,, .,..,. .....
-rounUeinn opposition toovoiytlilnc i:mriii.
If Attlll1 liWI t Ik tat n.tal, l.n ..u J a .. .W''"
-..w..v4,....(i mil uu iiLtTviHi only uv
CorrMiiidnnrn of tin- t.itctte.
Wi:ATiu:itKoiin, Tex.. January 10,
The oiinosltlon has boon inlton ,
from the stage Hue to (Jraubury and
Weathurford. Mr. TIioh. 1. Mulllns
husboughtjout Lewis, Carson A James.
OfllcerJ). ('. Hrattou recelwd, yes
terdav. from his old home in Missouri,
tin elegantly morocco bound IHble.a
New Year's present from his faithful
mother. Mr. Mratton's appearance on
rcclovlng It was proof positive of his
high appreciation of tho token of a
muther'a deathless love. Davo Is a
worthy young man, and dovokd son,
and well may his mother be proud to
scud him such a token of icmcm
brance. Our ralthful city marshal, James
MeCalLand Mr, Sam. Klnley of the
icxas express company, went out
urn nunung yesterday, and killed
lots ol time,
D.L. Malone. representing the large
wholesale clothing houso of Voorhees,
M II lilt An I) II aw. I IH....U.....I Jki.i '
......v tv ujui, v uiuiamui. will), IH
Indianniolls, Jnd., Januarv 10.
The Columbus, Chicago and Indian
apolis Central Jlaiirond was sold to
day by United States Commissioner
W, II. Eisback, on foreclosure of mort
gages, to a committee representing the
Pennsylvania Itallroad Company for
I.V00,000. a deposit of $1,000,000 ot
the mortgage bonds was required In
order of tho court, and Itwas deposited
with the commissioner as n mark of
the good faith of the bid?
New York, January 10. A railroad
and public contractor representing
f3),000,000 capital organized an asso
ciation to-day to be known a.s the Con
tractors Association of the United
States. Any railroad is eligible to
membership by tho payment of $50
fee. The object Is to promote a friendly
feeling and agree upon a uniform Hys
tem of carrying on contract business.
IJnston, January 10. Charles L.
Ilrown, a fourteen-year-old lad em
ployed In thoolllcc of tho deputy sher
111", was found on the lloor of the olllce
biindeull'ed and with a gag of newspa
pers in his mouth. An attempt was
made to open the safe, the lad said, by
two men, who bound him, but ho
dually confessed that he tampered
with tho safe and then bound and
stopping at tho Carson fc LowlsHoime.
He Is a llrst-ebtss salesman, and a
most excellent .rentleniiin. V. L.
.raves i me u Hirm: was In town
Mr. K. V, Dlsmuth lias been quilo
111 lor some time, caused by the forma
tion of an nbdooHM over h'ls stomach,
lbs inornlng, Dr. W. C. Milllken,
assisted by Dr. M. K. Emanuel, oper
ated upon him, and drew considerable
matter from tho formation,
ix I. b,m' H'Mi.liuu'11 returned from
Dallas last night, wheio he had been
attending tho Federal eouit.
Mr. Kd. A. McCiehee, one of the
most prominent .society young men In
cat herford, leaves to-night for Abl
leno, prospecting. No young map
who has over lived horn Imu i.m.i
mole, iriomis, ami iun fiiontls
exceedingly to los0 him.
Montreal, Quebec, January 10 Thn
mayor and corporation decided to
make Wednesday, the iMth of Janu
ary a civic holiday, on the occasion of
tho carnival or the winter sports.
There Is great activity in preparing
various amusements, hiiowlng, tobag
ganning, lacrosse, skating, etc.
Champ do Mars will bo Hooded for
skating purposes. A pulaoo which Is
to be built entltely of huge blocks of
eo Is pushed forward with great vigor
JVf.. 'J". Iwb ll,,m ciK,,L t'uutrnctow.
OHclal programmes of thocarnivtl
which are very taking will bo dis
tributed, and the number or visitors is
likely to bo very large.
Now York. Janimrv in w M,n
meeting or tho New York Associated
1'res.M held tills evening, tho following
officers were elected lor the ensuing
year: President, George Jones or the
,"tJJ,''ficorut,iry Whltelaw Held of
tho It'ltnmcf executive committee:
Cyrus W. Field of the Krpraui; Win.
Henry Hurlbut of tho World, and Dc
vld M. Stope of tho Journal of Com
merce The new organization of the Now
ore Associated Press to-day, is re
garded as favorable to the recent ngruo
ineiit for a Joint management. Mr.
Jones, pioprfetoraf tho 7YMtf, u large
andjirosperouH paper, is brought to
the front as president, and an execu
tive committee, composed of practical
men, Is also, secured. It is duo Mr.
Jouch to add that ho received the vote
of every member excepting himself.
Vo.r Item 1'riim Deciitar.
TIIK PASSI0S I'liAY.
SiilmlMni.n Apiille to thn Ciimt ;m.
pl tun .Major to (Hunt tllin n l,le,iie.
New Yoik. Jauuary U.-Mr. Salmi
Moroo and his counsel, William T.
Ilovvo, appealed to-day in the superior
coin l boioro Juilge Ingrahum, who Is
Hlttlui! at asneelal tent), i.. i,,i.-,
application for a mandamuii to comnol
the mayor of the city, Fiankllu Kd-
"wu, giani .Mr,
Coueipoiuleui'ft of tho flurette.
DtX-ATim, Jauuary 10, 18SJ!.
Tlie commissioner's court to-day
j proviucti lor t no vacancy canned by the
I death of Lee Newton who was elected
'county attorney at the late election.
H, Ij. ( orswell was the successful an
iAm",s i 1,,'i!,,,Il!,i' Uttlo son
while handling a toy pis
tol, received a painful wound
it uic uanii, a siato pencil painuH
Mrs. S. 1 Drown, Jr., N danger
ni y ubd not expected to mirvivo
It will probably eeem strange, that
Mm. Sprague should felcctns her place
ofretlrcmeht n ncighborhootl that is
only n WIcH'k or two nsldc rrom the
verr vortex of the city's throbbing life
amf whirl. Dut In making such a se
lection tlie wisdom of intelligent ob
servation and large city life experi
ence were ucd to good advantage.
The block on Twenty-ninth street
bounded by Fifth avenue and Droad
way Is nn especially public one. On
tho upper Broadway corner stands
the ullsey House, and on the
Fifth avenue corner, on tlie name
side of the street, Is Uio Ilev. Dr. Or-
tniston'n Dutch Ilerornied Church.
Next door to the church Is tho balldiug
of tho Bur Association. On the other
Fifth avenue corner, opposite the
church, Is a largejewclry and art store
which attracts a steady How of fash
ionable people all day. Next door to
tills Btore. opposite tho Bar Associa
tion bulldlinr, is an Italian restaurant;
and what would seem still stinnger
than anything said nbove, it is over
tills Italian restaurant tliat Mrs.
Sprague and her children have been
living ior itie pnsi two mounts or
more. Tlie restuurant lts,elf Is, or
course, a public place, frequented by
star actors, professional gentlemen
who keep bachelor's quarters, and
fashionable people who disliko the
heavy pnrtof housekeeping mid live in
furnished suits of rooms or French
Hats. The house Is a four-storied
brown stono mmiion, with a base
ment on a level with the sidewalk and
a high stoop.
A part from the baement. there is
only one entrance that of the broad,
Heavy Hull door to that all visitors,
whether to the restaurant, which Is on
the flrat iloor, or to the persons resid
Iiiir upstairs, have to climb the snmu
stoop, -riugthc same bell there is but
one and make imrress through tbo
same entrance. Doors lead front tho
hull into (lie restaurant. On the out
sldoof the house there is nothing to
distinguish it from any private house,
except on close inspection tho words,
"Italian Restaurant," in old-fashion
coppor-plate text ruid gilt letters, will
lie observed on tlie panel directly over
the door; and at tlie door-ntep is a foot
mat with the name of the proprietor in
red letters. Mrs. Sprague occupies tlie
third lloor, tho second lloor being
oeeupteti iy a gentleman, wire uml
servant, and the fourth or upper lloor -that
over .Mrs. Sprague's is divided
Inlo furnished rooms, which are let to
gentlemen. Mrs. Sprague'.s privacy Is
strlctlj guarded by the proprietor of
tlie restaurant. Except thoio belong
ing to u very exclusive circle, who are
well known to the gentleman, no per
son Is admitted upstairs without bond
ing a card up first, and the visitor is
even subjected to n critical inspection,
and as much questloningus to business
etc., as iolltone." will permit. When
a person wants to sec Mrs. Sprague. if
the proprietor is not just then on
hand, one of tho waiter!, summons
him, and he brings up the visitor's
eard. From the gentleman's don' in
spection of tho visitor he is aide to of
fer Hiigestions as to tho advisability
or permitting him or her
to an interview with (lie
lady. These precautions have
worked admirably, and borne good re
sults. They have kept Mrs. Spraguo's
present abode from being generally
known, or, In fact, known at all to
any person outside tlie inner circle of
attached friends and a few trades
people Although nvailinir nf tin. .
coiumodations of tho nsi'inni.i r,-.,
bpiague never goes into it, but has her
nicals brought upstairs. The children.
nowover. visit the restaurant, and tho
eldest Miss Sprague, who is a beauti
ful girl of fifteen, takes pleasure In oc-
uiipying a seat in tlie window leeess,
or home other nook, and studying the
faces and manner of the people who
come in. In addition to having a gov
erness, the two eldest daughters attend
at the parlors of Mrs. E. Miriam
toyrlere & Co.'s Home and Foreign
lcaehers' Agency, EastTwenty-eigltth
street, every morning, where they
take Ic-aoiis from Professor A. F.
t buries, w ho Is in thU country for the
purpose or Introducing Burger's "uw
Mathematical French Method." Tliev
are usually accompanied to the school
by Mrs. Sprague herself, but at times
tho governess performs that duly.
AlllOIlK tho nersonnl frli.mlj .vi, ...:n
and help to mitigate tlie odium of re
"c"' u tho young and beautiful
jife of Senator Jones, or Nevada, ex
Senator Conkling and somo few
others. It might bo mentioned in
eldeutly that tho distinguished ex
roimtor with liis private secretary, oc-
Vri T,Vi.iV,,,re,,KT " i8 w,Il that
Mr. Conkling got tired or hotel lire,
and wanted tonic quieter place
than ho Firth avenue espec E
which has lately come to the healV
quarters and rdlying ground ,,rnN
luoiiean politicians on uMriko or look
ing after a lob ot ii position. It Is also
sa'i that inhlsselecliouoraplaeeof
ol re-It enee he was inlluenced by a de
sire o be convenient to the llbfarv of
he bar wclnt!on, which Is but one
door from him. It u ill tend to ilhustn c
he pr Ivaiy lu which Mrs. Snm"
lives to mention that when ugemle-
nan willed ln.t Friday and aslccd the
GREAT HOLIDAY SAL
FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CARPETS.
FOR TIE MILLli
All kinds and prices, from n Doll Baby up ton handsome Silk Dress Tattcra, Black Satin Dolman oral
f ll,aiAn( Cra If ...lt. 1 . 1 . J !..) 11 . .11. i ,. I
u'"UMi. ot, ii uu wish w inaKo your wue, nusuantt, ciiiiurcu, swceinean or menu a nipo iS
present, bo sure to call where you will find .
The Largest Assortment mi Lowest Prices
AT EVANS & MARTIN
TELEGIl A J7KI0 MA RKETS.
THE COTTON 3IAKKET,
SpcoiHlTolesraiHM to th QMKntt
ow Orleans. Junuary 10. JInrkct
Hew York, January 10. Qulpt ut 103-lUtlis.
l.tvcr)ool, Jiiminry 10. Steady and un
chiniKcd. Onl vcitton, January 10. The market opened
steady this morning with freo olfbrlngs, but
dull demand. Miles were 2,150 bales, market
ribbing easy ot following tiolntlons: ordi
nary T."ft good ordinary .S; low middling U
middling OX; good middling IB'ft middling
fair 10. Trmisfemble notices P75. Heeclpts
January 10. Futures opened
io ;u is
steady and roinalnrd tteady.
balvs, market clo'lng feeble
I no tut Ions:
In no " ""
ow Orleans, January 10.-
(k'Cliued 17 points.
Now York, JanuaVy lo.-WcaK, and de
clined ;wr points.
Liverpool, January lO.-llarely steady uml
1-Olth to l-Cllbs higher.
ltecelpts at nil V. S. ports L7.S17 bales
KxporLs at all U. S. ports.......... -lllL la m
htocki nt nit IT. . ports oiil7;9 bales
Thq Katlonal Cotton Exchanges mako the
total Xoithern coiisumpllon of 'cotton from
oupiuiuucr io me cioko of December 810,275
MTlTriTlTlT l rriT
yellow clarified 77A; clioico white
claritled HtS; granulated 8J. Mo
lasses, steady with good demand.
Itice quiet and unchanged. Dran
IliL'llOrilt i). f'flt trill dPKil nil vnll.t-
rnfllliitl Llniwl,. nml ...! . ...i '
unchanged. Sight exchange on New
iork par; sterling excliangeB. D.
Galveston, January 10. Spots closed j
isj ; untuning yt ; sales i',ioU.
Chicago, January 10. Hogs Re
ceipts, i.oOO. Opened strong audi
active, but closed weak, with S.OOOuu-!
sold. Mixed. 5 00(5 25; heavy, 6G 03; I
1 hrht. ." 70Y r. .'in ' -
".-.:.. .'". tu i.ii. i.., , ,.
auie Heceipts, 8,500. Weak audi p ' ""' l" M,uw,uers M Aii
lower witu excessive supply. Prime
sioe; scarce and quoted atoOOO 'Si; I
kouu io euoice, o aj(rt)f, so; common to
niir, 4(.r b iu; butcliers, ii 1M4 0;
oiyv;ivti linn ieeuers, ;s iufi4 50.
Esiieep-Heceipts, 4,000. Dull and
fiTiVVU'1!.' cesslve. Inferior to
fidr, 2 75;t 75; medium to good, 4 5rV
1 .o: choice to extra, 4 83(, 5 40.
F our steady and lirmr Wheat mi-
cntl nl .....1
n-i- n-i , senerauy lower; regular
OSj March ; No. 2 It. W. o. Corn un
settled and generally higher; 60JRM7
cash; oj January; 51 February. Pod
act ive, hi, a 8i,lllIo jovvol. 17
i-""-?rlS -' In17 W K Jnary i
?1. il.ion, 30 February. Lnn
steady, lair demand; 10 45r10 47 :
cash: 10 C21G.10 nr, i?i1.nr -I,..,'.? '
meats steady and unchangod. Wilis y
steady and unchanged tit $1 lfi.
I'KKSS 3rAKKlT KCL'OI.T.
rew ,York' Jnnry 10. Money
ofnilj prlnio mercantile paper 5J()0 :
bar silver 709J; exchange steady, soi
long S4? sight; governments dull;
stocks dull without particular change
except Wabash, which advanced oms ;
5sextended 102, 4JH 118, 4i 1191, Os
New York, January 10. Cotton
s m .Klligj xv tl-iu
wh'VTi P'v10-' January 10.
A heat higher; No. 2 'red 85ioG cash
S1 Marcli. Hogs-rcceints (lion
market ashadc plf mShffto,,,0-
(b i 80; bulk sales 5 lKir,0 15. Sheen
reccipLs G.OOO: nmrk..t in.: ..;?.!
-- -liaiv.1. JlllLI-
avcr.iging 100 pound;
sold at.'i 50.
TIIK SUSXY SOUTH.
Iadutrle or the Could
I'Utiiresquiet, Tt m -January, 10 0"
bobritary 10 15; March, K) so
April, io 4.i; May, 10 00; Juno, It) 72
iNow York. .Iiuiii.'irt- in ',,.,
J ". WllUll'
Steady at 10 .10()10J.
. ,-eutt res weal;; January 10 o:j; F'eb
ruarylOK); Marcli 10 33; April It) 40-
X-f IS Si: Jun" 10 Ju,y I0 A:
Flour-Finn and unchanged; Codec
'M. lT """-ImiiKetl. Sugar dull and
..v..n., .,.., hi K, uu renning (tfi7 1-1(1.
Molasses quiet but steady; Texas 14
n- ol VI) ioV Jm,u"u'-V l--Mo,,ey 3 to
rlA se1lC4; prime mercantile paper
'SUj 18t1,?rU"K exchange H H strong
4hn; sight 4851; 3s lofl; extend ed ol
102; 41 coupons US; 4seoupons 111)5.
.1II1IN1I II llll.llk.. I.. '
open lie in u West Tweutv-thlnl ' " ' . ',l"u," "rrivaisv. O. ' l '? .t ' "V u" "or jtrs.tsiirague
street, where hosjus hell ten iVtoL ' ui"u," if1 la,,-v' 1)MV. CJeonjc G 5 V'j-"' ' " p'tleman turned quickly
and exhibit "eorluln Cludw -M. arumlsteln, ' "frup ly: "JLiw did you.
lies, comedies, operas, b , " ," vs ' h1 u," lllf; J. M Hrano.i, (jlvo,ton ftu?, 'J1, ') rH; ?"S'o rwhlesliertf.'"
r.m-ea.mlnstiolsyand other ontWtiXi l'.S. A "'V.' hr' MxW' J"sl,cr N- Hl- . l.nVr Ut Alw Pniguo and her
ments of tho stage." Mnvoi -ffin ST S,?.Vw,,rM " Swrltinnn. J. !) ftl,lw,l K" o Europe i tho
fused to grant he Hww uiwm 11 iVtKui(lx' t-tW'oe.clt.v; A. J. sV "ir ?. ( be absent for some timo
ground t Tint he had lee, in cd p ' '"' 1m'u,I1 K- "imniw. Alv rl; J. "J1" J' yoaro,r,wore''"r"SW ,Ie
that Mr. MorsitMiiuniiuVVK 'J If1"1;'. -ltyT. It. Kellogg, Do,,. J" S V tWli oIl,wt l"Kltew wil
the "Passion Play." Mr. V," "i. Vtr' tnon''lw' iiT."" iV'SVV t the advantages r
leges in l.N petition that ho 1 m x TTt f ii u ca ,10lJa,e-taW,ahl"e"t' & the
Ijemletl ureal amount of mo ?v hi I nieVofvSwitr! "fraM ,1,,, '-,"! 8am c cnVlo i ' V r 1T,n',etiou of their
I Itlngiinh snrem ses im.i hi ......i. !.? 9 New ork lager nttnivzw . nnJ u,"UIIOn--. i-.Ucrcuru.
' ... lllilllL II 111 I. II... .!,.!.. 1 ,.-! . . . ." I "' I '
CI T ........ wi
fOf. J'u",,!,i .nnun, January 10.
Oales1 "e4; reeoipta
St. Jjouis, January 4. Cotton
steady; middling, oj; Miles 7(K- 1
eel its, 0:100; shipna-nts, 1,750 , ock,
SdrtV Vn" "I'!'1, du ' 2 "' Whisky
&i' i, , I,,ou ,.". tniehntiBctl
cat, l,ig,e,. ml div N a
r f,i -Tri(,,,J' bebruary, l qi
t VkP il,? ' Cor "ft ivehlgl,er
Jht,SLK1" . March, "bat's
-s"V "' "il eusil. I'nrlr mi.
A recent issue or the St.- T.nnic, r,
Dispatch contains the following:
It is altogctiier probable that but
iv-w iiuoine tu at. Lou s
tlie business classes know th
and magnitude of tlie great railway
v.... ,WIIUII sireicaes nwav from
our doors to tho land of the Aztecs.
Ac arc all familiar with the Iron
Mountain and Southern Hoad. which
has opened up to us the cotton and
cattle trade of 'rw.il, i... ..
jvhlchvr been added
I. ". 'V. """so a VJiSt U1H OVO nno.l
hi r mln.... I. Cii -r . "!''
ubllshed to Mibscrlbcrs at the
RATES OP SUBSOMPTIOX
ltY JIAII., POSTAGE PAIR
ia j aim annuay edition, one year
Daily and Sunday edition tlireoS
All Subscriptions Invnrlbljla Mk
jn cxira copy of the paper will be
VKKB for olio n:ir i.i A.,!. JJ"1?
rnlS0 ft elnb often nnnuniJ8utscribS
?"'.eA",.V .5rw?" ij'dr names.!!
""i1! iiiBCUKir 1VJII1 5,0.
niK.n.,0 J':.ft":"ilt. .
7.Vi-J . '"'"5 "oii. u cents peril
oril, cents per month, payable to Cud
Ilallv rximn -.....11 ,u
Biindny (double Mc) .'"" "'fhrnl
Agents, On rlers, Newh-Dcalrre. Nert
or any one handling Tup. NuwaVureSS
ibovo 'rnteV lPCr '" t,on,or,nlti-
THE NEWS, Cincinnati, I
THE WEEKLY NEI
WILL HE 1SSITKD 11Y TIJV
Ii Jfiws wni
TIIKI'inST WKCK IN JAKVASlI
T.Iilin'1,bn nemoornliu pi
r?.mlH8' ow Markets, A
Literature, and will bb c
i..nr..,i.i .. "! .uu vuueu !
paper B ueslrablo FamIl;J
tt'Tr!-,W"",,ll,l! fr 1,U00 faTOT-
.,inn.o;i. r-"n. ""' "nor to mo
m.?n,H...f."s readers. It will thoroiurK
cuss an nvo nnnvi nm: ci, .i.,.. r. m
Vvnil"inr "ttIou to the gntlicrUieoll
iVo . ,'""1' rcI"rts. in tno intf
the faniior. a gooillv kimw will l
oTi??,.c.. l "':. G,fc,lc,,nl llleralurejflf
, fm ""cd for tho fainlly'Hj
nwment toVo'eaU 'rnVhTC
...? "s ,f! foaniu'iid It to and nub:
T.Vi ii'.. . ,,or iv cvory "ouselioll
i.Vr .Vri.,.; . ',JI,J-1U1 " couimnsorrcsai
pane- " a "no nrUcl of
HATES OF SUBSCimTIOJf s
empire tributarv to St. T.iu 7. ,'.V.- a .,...,
tint erstond. I...7." . 'V'",u ,111 a ?'",V.V.py.-.u". Year,
(illv.i m- V i. n i ,T svliV a rejiresen- "0vn',"" " n copies mulled to one iw
uttte oi tlie Post-DUnatch ovor tim 1,n,,e'iOiiocar J
rim im...,i.i c..i .. . " "iiiia
wiiirnciH wiiu persons to perfoiut, and
HiilcHheseettrou n license ho wil be
greatly inlureil. Mr, Morse, through
his counsel, stated to tho mayor Unit
tho rumor that ho was about to pro
duce the "Passion PJay" was all ,
conleeture; Ho theiefoio claims
that ho has tho right to n
mandamus to compel the mayor to
Hiuiik nun it nccime, .Air. Howe said
what win inked was an order to show
why ii mandamus should not b0
granted, in St. ilarnai jlniivh, ho
aid, they were nowplavliiL'so.i.eti.i,.,,
"," M to that whlth U now proposed I null.
-v ..... ..,.,.v. .,, inurse, nc tuiiietl
does. Intend to nroduco tin niJ,, ,' !
ii lk.. m .....i ii. .ii'ii -;t. - ""-J"' t
a iny aiio,tuai is Ills only
notlilng delelerioiiM tn li..iif r!....l.ir"
fouml iu them. Th ov.,..ri- .... 1
iiin-. uiivuviT. eniiiini.iiui .... .. ...,,i
.sclciiiltlo basts. Wed.u't think the
tvxpeilnieut of drinking it vas triini "
.1 lint's n remark from tin, Philadelphia
Actcs-, which is evidently densely K.
uerantorNew York experts,. J l
Herbert Spencer wya that n man's
tonvetvatlo,, s tt hUro , , . M
mental capacity. This Is extremely
severe upon a man who bus Just
caught thobackorhls ironsew on a
Tho editor of a
nas framed and hiim
o mrh T 7. 9i il reiortcr's forc
inotgnt. It Is n tecgram which In.
Tlcaso 1ST W?k8 "' -' Stls
X lease Keen .ilin.i.. ........ f.... , '
Queen Victoria has liirmnn.rii..
iirwHtn lug thai healthy liatridornvurvriiinf. Ilientarv rennrter. uml wii.iii....' i... .
1 lie lull et nl p a f n.,.1
j. my iiuo.iuai is Ills OlliV ableot .n airii-,. .....I n """ ." n a
JWJaarMsS g "f """tr'"s "'
11111 IMlllllllllttl imiihl ..! .t.
.ldty.not hatred. WluU
iByaiiy or ungiimi
U thoro (a Knjlii.li
iifjiiiiiii' mill on
n adinlrof Tiielr fainllliu
atV'j; ! ?. . IJ?..rf!w'"'!'
... vuiu 'Kiicr.nu
ii nHiniuie mm wo
A Ight, she Is ntMualntnl with tin, pre
cecdlngs of both houses long before
nxy of her mibjeeta. On ordinary oc
casions unci anstr.icts of the delmto
ii i u leinijuiei, to per
- - .---- .vniiio-vvi VI
jiio v inuipion gounl-rulses tin
vi.,l,Vi.Knox.cm,nti'- I'-roma single
gounis, Thoy nre of the variety kmTwn
Miilli alS,,0,i r d IWH-'Mixiuril. ShonUo
rnUedm-crHl specimens or tho J-vn-tlnn
lutlloor bonnet-goutd, measuring
Mrs. Gnrlleld hnasnt nnr .,.. i
nvominhernew house n Clove ul
Ohio, for tho preservation na ' !
jleld during his il.nesiaJ.henS'e"
i rJnn" wS fil,UBi t0 .t!, i,00,,-,,c11 of
iicinx ;,rd tlewher's res deuce on
New Year's Day was written: ''Don'
ring; eonio right In. A happy S
r'l i1 J tvcolvwl huiidm or i"l.
m. i .
and Jiebruary. Lard higher, 1 if
'll..V'.8,,0rt Iear 0 20 asked. n,r
easnots loose. 1 aeon dull, hort rib
Olf" 10. short clear 10(i- loi.
Cattle receipts 2,50o'. Liberal tin
ply and unfavomblA n.tvi... ... V.i' ... p
east depressed the market lg
shipping steers sold I 40(. 4 i i 3
3 25; cooil to choices f,0( 4 W- sto"cke
and feeders 3 0t)4 15, ' blockors
Hogs-receipts O.OOU; active th-m.
liglitriOrta-ipaekingt .oo& Sl-'b tc
ers to extra tl.20f to v"' uuteii-
niil'-JJAW; llrnt, good tie-
--....., , aaiaMUH
Meady; i,pliuis 51,: 1 Jorle inH i" ,,!!
receipts 8,150; snlw 12,000. . "M0;
- LiVOrnOO . .IlUlll'm. in ,.
uplands spot o ll-io
rj,...t.i c..i :. v"". ,0 "
viuiiiu .'riiin ii ...i.i. .. .
demons rating'what'ciKVgy muull
Jul arc doing tor our city. "" iiLr
otter Is published to-.h.v. ! I .'.,
ton , .1..".. " . "'.VI "' ""orma-
ers tno lierlmci
e will penetrate to O I MeV Co a '
deas into ' '". ; ' ' "8 1. "lodern
-..a.. a.It- lllll'IIUir
I'oJtV.il.nr'ys50I,es' ml '
ronl !il.,;?H''ll",s ut tl!e"iatu"or73"i
topy nor Aiinrm.
bn . m II "inU,Hl0n TllKAl'KKKLV Ni
lioi Pi1rcr ("r no year to any pci
:....' ".,.M,.,,LIUO or twenty or more
lie ruminative goatgath- m'e?rCn,n.l i'i ,0"", .J'ootilce,
-. Jie win tarry at San
fnmiis fob J
$1,000 in G
..,,! . "-"' "lies,
Perhans h wiiV. ,."'"" e -Vorte.
n III UO iIKIril.i.l.,.1 .i Ui
1 ii nil ...... i i ........ iilil.llii; muC M wv-
i una dciid in in Tin." u'L.r.i-.v vish
it'll largest club ifr,.n. .-.,... ti..-..riil
lK,!.'i.,.o,n,0.byiUl0 ,st 'lay oPJ illy, 11
luich biibserljitloii la tlieso clubs wlfii
nnest beach in
turn ti) at JTow
.fi......i.. " "inier
b..i'iiog caiuts of the
o worm. He
- !' o"u; unit, good do
nimon to medium 75;
J r,lSf";'5' l'flmo to fmicy
'f"5.50; Texas 2.75(5. 4.25.
8ou w,m rxs irjsjsSo &,r
Park NatlonurDank. T it
m. a .InlllaaA UA ui.. .1" "fc .w . VJ '
S&b8t"X!lMim?!"prn X SV' r0'.. I ?r1"Jlr " "r 'j ?d of humorists, who felt Ih v ,,J M' i i).tu (. newllow to remark'
er to tics, v .-. ,"", " o cttxsoot tie! something about tin ....,, ViJ M"'1 r. jiicksou is ft inodcrn fntln.r.
.ocictyrldebateundthotaklngorthe division, UhvrlAS rtnv'iw ltlA .win nn exn,nlo ?&
'O -''J K Mllll.
"a MMrn.ofKncll.h nobility Mimlnir ov
-luonuiMuuriifigQHtKl corrupt ear
s.i...1.i..."...vi:,...r."""v2' . '" union
tal , III 1(111 S KilnT i 11 1. . -. a
5 1.1-1U: sales liotii. ."s-. . '.''. ""
New Orlenna r... V. ..
,37 10rJca,1. January 10. I'otiou-.
., teadv; middling1 ? t
iioiismifiiii. ... c.. "V "-' "io lerrugi-
towns and rli ?. '. .. Ior.. these
nil iinll.l. '.', '" "w r
we eoiii.i ti, :....: "3 '"
ii. ""iiivii Kin niid
iliiifllii r n .: 1" city
ONE DOLLAR PER
nnr iir... in . -
expeci an In cresting heri,. nV T .."""
The jiroper tlino to V.w,t ? lc'tt''M.
connerv sL-i- ,,r V ..?'r.hH BW ill tho
toreador the ge?,i.,,,?ua U., ti,ne
nterey,oSgS! fe, " Ino of
II111.V Oil Ollr nwn I.I....1. i ... '
There dietl nt
" otll '
' lh '
" nth i.
' lOih "
-. W .
ER 0"ary 8J; nbt re
O ffi llrl'tah 4 Fn & WT Jf
I'ork-finner at 17J f.t ',",, ,u--renncil
tierce II: kiii. iV.,.JI",,lf'.
couple or weeks airnm,7r bailee, a
vr vnutii i.n.... ' """
Al.me, do si.h.i
or ftl. """M. "Oil Wlllo.
tlve years old. " Ub ,,u"Ircd and
Rewmlcr. S J .?. "eI.. .". Mine
Worcester? MaKf.J? cra"1 from
Xf ? bright lufht,S,.U.8ltiM: Jeph
i lie bullet ctimofrm,, ' ltn 3'i'ars.
- -J ...J, Willi," 7 "o
niSvrg!firnn80r U,at SHown is to
worlrlii.T r., ii.. ni.,...., i
IllVnilM,. ?..., ,;.'. nm
oni.l. ,J "Villi u.in 1IUII.
pniiiiuiino ronortpii. mi.i iiiv th
names with i ii ...i.i...... 1. ...r ,...n.ii
"fifiln hiibscrlbers arc oblftm
innii n. V """"" or money may w
man at tho eoinniinv'K rikt. but tt
order ..i1"11!?1 bn c,u " lofll'"
(...: ;..." "V " regiMereu ii'iiv,
for it bl,?c'iu eopy nnd tneu
Yl.i .-.. -.. ' ll.r..ljl .smii.
SUBSCRIBE FOB T
GrLOBE - DEIK
mother Jr.' .V",n "-
ami ,..,! " . '"iess to
mcil-L IM llti.l .. a
" i u natuiiiTra J!,.?"hone.
Enlargcd to 10 Pages, 0ty
Si Ier ei
iri-ttceklv. wpraur.. -
.I,our lotnm!(ter will ,rccclv
Scndfor sample copy.J