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I TitfWJNO MAClM Aivn
sB: ?ai nwrhci. am
it Elser Mill
ONE OP THE
tlSUln ilftclilncs at Max !
rrr.rrA.M8 AND HIX MEN
Bt-!KJdlIo1 1-nclllc railroad.
'irnV Yird l0 "oluu"
trnvMOlTKHS AND l'HJV
rblfhtrt paid. Py
'Ajttljat. Work I"' an sumniui .
SSclWS !""" "
en; highest wages paid.
BV A YOUNU ma". a
i&booUcepoi or assistant oi
11M eiperlPMco ami best of
AdJrttfE.r., mis omcu.
F- . ?arfc. Hilln
pr',.... in .,iilrn work. Or wodld
W,"".i.i.l. Am mumble. Ill-
;,I,y , -. lin'i imii furnish llrst-
SiAiBrtfrum present omplojors.
3wSkbv, onw ain stii let.
SfaWlMtel, which tho owner can
l.nxto tltld ouice unu paying
lTWll HAllE-A OOOl), GENfLE WELL
i: bioko irmrp, only foiirycitn old; will work
WJiW10, Bi , A!8 Jo'' vory wagon, nearly now
Will bo Kohl cheap. Texas lnvostnioni Co.
l'OU SALELIVE HlOUK.
non sale-fiity head or smote
V niul pork hogs. Iontilre tTeRS Wagon
WE WILL BELT, AT llEAHONAIILE
IV figures 10,f(j bend of pnilrlo raised
mixed stock cattle In lous to Fttit.
Texas Investment Co.
Ommm s,r0LK: cattle, we want to
iiIJ buy nt once front l.Ouo to -.UXWliead
oi prairie rufsul R'lniilo euttlo. Address
Texas ln eminent Co.,
Fort Worth, Texas.
HOWS AND CVLVF.H. WE WILL PAY
U, top prices for pialrlo raised cows and
ciiIvfh delivered utility roiiwii ont bhippUnr
point, In lols of 5 and over,
WE W'llA, PAY HIE IIICUIKST MAIL
i;ot price forall kind of fonUlu pnilrlo
lalMCU CllttlR. InviiR IniMtlmant iV.
Port Worth, Tt'TBB.
Hl'llAYEU OH bTOI.E.V.
fllO S100KMKN STOMJ.S-ON MONDAY
x i"K, Dciuemuer;.!, in iiinsuoro, two
niiiro mules; dark brow n color; on brnndrd
D on left shoulder; one ear pplliu little; about
14 bands bljjh; good H.tddle ami hurries') initio.
1 ho oilier wat nearly 1 bandt high; collar
und taddlo mnrkH; btandi'dou lea shoulder
DM Inverted; also nar on lea thlKh, or
nithcr hind p.trt ol the llilMh. iibout liiul the
Hie of u thumb; a dplrltcd mule worth 3171 or
TM. Any Inrorinntlou that Mill enable tuu
to rind thetn Mill bellbumlly rewarded. Ad
dress tho Hborlll or lllll county, Ulllaboro,
Texan, or P. It. llroWn, IIUlHboro Texas.
BUY THE OUAllANrEKD 1'IANoa.THE
IleHt ninkes in the tnurket, Weber, l'oud.
ivts, J. 1. Hale X Co., at iUx KUor'8 No. 17
ancH'J Houston Htreei.
1J8TEY, MAK0X A ILMUN, AND
J!i .Shonlneer Organs, and a full Hue of nut
ficiI instruments tit Max i:iser'o,Noa. 17 and
1J1AN0S HKI'AIUEI) AND TUNED 1JY
J Experienced Morlttncn on short notice at
Max Elscr'H, V nud It) Houston htncL
.ni NinnLV ri'iiMsiUJU
,tillib5iril, for iniiti and Mile,
Si AdJresj.',0., this olllce.
fi-i Kir.F.r.Y i riiMiui:u
jWtlntmlleoftticCi. t. A H, V.
tftt. MiireMUl. i "Oi al tuj.
I at fi?kmsui:i itooM foii
-. It 1tlvte family. Apply 7iVJ,
1WKW! corner oi jioik'iu eiruui.
tonntMrunrtn ami uroe.
JUSBUGKS, BI11I) CAOl.WALE
IciIMuBsirsou UoUHton Ktit.it,
Mdltallmrun I-iinnr street only
iUb(tuiii Hunston, ono of the
pwtiamijcil) nnuclicnpioi uisn.
KltD LOT ON CAI.HOUN 81'.,
wn rooms ami hull, luo utoiv
lUiiWitirotisltout. 'leMis Invest-
COUNTllY I'KOl'KUTV lfOK faAI.E.
E HAVE SEVBUATj VEIlYDEilRV-
blo tto -k r.inchcx for rhIc chciip.
TextiH Investment Co,
OUR LONDON LETTER.
AN INTERLSTIHG LETTER ON EN
Ilio Homo f Coininont-Atibniiiril-Uitr-
Tl.o Indlnn ttnd EgjiitJ.ui
Special cot rcspoudeneo of tho duett"
Lomloii, Atiust 23. There Ib u do
cldvtl lull InKtijflifih polltlcsjustnow.
a uiiiiiuiuiib ithiiuiii MMiati tii'fltonil
to work, but very Jlttlool ixoiiornl
VritY DESIIIAHU: IIANCII I.ANDrfKOIl
dale. LjcuUoim lit fiuantlllos to Kttlt,
Address 'lexns Invcslmeut Co.
rnwu STonYsroNKiiorELiN kiiown-
1 wood, with maitsmd roor, plastercil In
Kldo and out, contains thirteen roontH loci
ted in buhlness pirt of town and dolnif a
Hplendtd business. 'Icxna Invcstmcul Co.
17I0R SrE PINE LITTLE HANCII OP
1 iM ncrcH In 1'arlter i ounty, well wntcitd
imii Hplcndld (jriibs. Only Si Ii5 per acre, part
cish mill b.il.yce on twenty jeiirn time.
TlireolltinB ritiKH Hirordlns Muter nil th
iiur louittl. Other niml for Mile luljolnlni;
On "illvcr creole, Tfxas i.s vjutmbt Co.
rnHE WIIU'ESEWINO MACHINE ISTHP.
J Hest. Call atoxiimlno at Max Elser's, 17
and 4'J llotiiton htreet.
PJII HLE-THUEE BMALL KAKMS
r Each under ienco and partly in citltlva
lion: nbout lUo uilloi uouthedstofclty
bo sold a ery low for ciali. Texas Invi
inbirSALE-PINE FAIIM OF 21Q MJtiS IN
X high stnto of eultlvivtlnn, only four miles
south of Fori Worth. Will Rail cheap for
caul). Tkyas Isvkstmknt Comi.aMV.
IHt-A BEAUT1PPL HESIDENT
t:s,oaj!uiKsticot, with cast lrout,
ft Very deniable property.
.fflHt teuipan .
prn,nf.aiDi,M e Lor, id xioq
IwilsbusincistenU'i of the town
tfircaiu. iiuuti.o oflexas In-
JOSB 8T0UY II0IT3E CON-
tihlronnm .'nnn iiAr t .mil tun
lltbri hlor'(H nr Him miiillii
Sitlr nw nnd Moll finished
FUllrontlng south; ardln well
li : v '"-eaoivcis ami 8iiiuoocr;
h l&ttr Anil ftlin fiMivmilni.t ti.
-t(Ottletmtll September 1, J 83.1.
liil) 110TKL WITH h'fllLPY
wdtrs, nutated lu the buslnoas
wjncniy punned and In good
Will IW knld iltnnn rn tin, nti.f ..t
j.. '- "ivtvi Wll llvVKUIIl Jk
W owner. Apply to Texas In-
LITTLE PLACE. ONLY
oneiind u half milo Ironi Fort Worth, of
about foily ncieis. nil enclosod and BUltable
lor ii garden farm. Several llliig Bprlntfs,
nlcu cottage ofslx roontn, barm, xtubles, oat
houses, etc. A moil dcsirabla placo. I'art
crbIi and tho balance on time, lexas Invest
i-S-llpUHK AND LOr 73x100 ON
jtslllurdm streets. Ihrco looms
tolIt.,:N,UfU' L01Z TWO
w" miQ l.lt?Ilt rniiniLiiml liic
LP'S"?' situated In ono ot tho
s?Kw ?f tlio tlty, wltit water
I?fflproeraenis. Pan cimii nnd
'. Texas JtiNcstiuont Co.
WAT0HI14. ill A MMM MU
!2?I.alMft,c hlscrs' Nos- ""anil
liltEETA KN l'Y ACH v. r7n r.t
U"-M IbC KnL,VN mi I w.
tMtn n . ...
'& i llll"i TWO 1ILD-
Sh , 1 LarK0 coolt fct"o wi
'& ?.??? J18 !lBW Purnlturo
KK)U hALE. LAUGH FUKN18HED HO
1 tel In Halrd, Callahan totinty, on Texas
it Pnclll railroad. Thlrty-ono tooniH, walnut
furniture, etc. Part cash and bulant-e on
longtime. 'JLoxns Investment Company
ii7NEKANCIl"bp AHOUT 150) ACHES
in Callithan county, 'Ipxub, in easy lfacli
ofT. Al. Ily. Good water, Brass and stock
protection, and open rnno around rt that
tan be bought. Owner needs money and Id
Bell at lmlf t'tlee. Also tract ofabout 200)
actes. mostly ilch mesiiulto ailcy;Homet ni
bor; well suited for stock and faimmir. hix
hundred nnd rorty iterts ko t crrtlng land to
loasolorteit ycais, anil will icaso bonte ad-
Tlalid, Cnllalnn counivrexas
u7anted-a ""bm.vll family, one
wltltottt children ptefened to rent a
part of my bouse and kliclu.ii fuinlluro and
boat d myself nnd Mlfe. Liberal terms can
bo had. Applynttho olllio or.MeMullau a.
IliimplitejH, corner Main anil 1 list strett,
In Terrell building up-stalrs.
HAIUC A PATTEItbON, CISCO. TEXAS,
1 would like to coricspond with partloj
baling an artesian Midi botini;outllt.
KENT A FURNISHED
run ono for unit ol tho
.ivtr.t-lnnr.pil niim nnd lfo. lief
13. 1. Lllltuiavu,
) hotel, or will
urnfltK. bv uxoerle:
ereuto given. Addtcss
rtLOTHINO NEATLY PLEANOED, rtCOUH
V cd nnd ropalied at No. 6 Main street, r ort
nrTrrEDHi'A.si uhe'op iw 10200 aoiies
11 with water. Must bo connlunt to city.
W.F. lie-iil ly, nt
E,Ya..,U.ajnlliceut PrIor t
.'Bi.wi.'L'l'"1 lurnlturo Mill bo
-" "i tasi Meutlterford
"tt She ,. J
! y. ; ,"ui' ,. , u
city 1'. O.,
47". 1.. bariiinnet, t
umLWTHK LA'llNT MiTk-in
r,.us. tj imi i9 Houston
laMa.UDS With vra.
ro. Oazeitk job Tun '
lwfM'K liM'tw i.;r" ;:r
OOOD LOCATION IN A
11.. uim.it L'rnwinir section. A liberal
bonus will bo given or largo oinount of stock
takm. AddlessWIU L. eliCMlll, lloanokn,
VV MiMcv'g. corner of West Piist
HOIt LEASE-W) ACHES OF rjNEOIlA.SS
land.Mell MrUeted.Mlll be leased f.r IV"
ears, on reasonabte terms. CoutaliiH good
trittsr. tmii!ii' unr imnmi coiiv-nieiii in
two cricks of neMir falling water, n
JiU)INEiS POIt SALE.
'Wlw tr'1 N C, MUST ItE
)itt KlMEs" 1 "j i'tvi
Oft M A HIM
HJ8n Hloek Journal
ITTENTION DIUJUGtSfS-A, 11AUJ.
A chauio to buy a smalt clean stock ordriigu
nnildrSit Airnlluio at a Warbnin. Address
this olllce. .
.- .. . . ninnr.uN. T'hvNii'Iau and
) .'vV,.nr,. omco ot WrishfA .Inw store
im Houston street, near 1 wtlflli.
i.ii .1 uroilTINOKB, a graduate of Pno
iTiul Atirlst; refcroim. and o at J . N .
HrtiDSMlgACo. Houra3to in. ana a
to 1- '" , , .J!r!MCT.
jlRbtnn. September 11 -Rev. Mark
nSSS more tl.tu, ihiyyjMj;
liii-itt nf tint American lioani ot wreigii
nllesloiL rlvillat the annual meeting
at Detroit decline re-election.
or oven of local lulerct hi being ac
conuilisliutl. 1 nttend the Htsslou nbout
once every weak but I am seldom re
paid In iileuaiire.for the trouble which
my vlsllH give me. Sjieakiiur at Chi
ehesten lust night 3j0rd Ilenrv Len
nox bum the pi ocnt session bad been
oneofdlfnppoliitmeutvof ilasco, and
of illsastei. reihajn be wnH light and
then perhaps, on tho other hand, ho
wasn't right. That the results of the
ucaslon have been disappointing to al
most every English politician, I can
easily beliove. Por the reason though,
that what lias pleased tho conscrva
tlvcs hua nnturally not pleaded tho
Uberali, and ficc versa. AVe think
that in Texan and in tho United
States generally we have pretty
But tw a matter of fact wo are a tamo
lot of politicians as compared with the
EngllHh Of courec, nee every two
years we get our backs up and eay and
do ti gi cat many violent things, baton
the whole wo are a very conservative
sat of people In the matter of politics.
We iiavoso inneU else to think about
and occupy our time that o make
politics a sort of now and then past
titne. lint hero what have the peo
ple to think of hut governmental mat
ters and fetes? I lefor of com so to the
upper circled, who don't have to worry
their brain with such ijueitlons as
"Where is to-morrow's bread to come
from?" Tho poor have no time to de
vote to any other question I
fancy than this singlo one of where
the "grub" Is to come from; but
in Englund, as almost everywhere
"THE POOP. DON'T COUNT."
In the United States we have a
thousand things to interest us, as for
instance rallioad building, the build
ing of new towns and cities, the de
velopment of now industries, and
other things all looking to a still more
prosperous future for the country. Hut
theio are no railroads to build hero, no
new industries to look after, "no noth
ing1' in fact, by day, and only fun and
fiolic by night. Jlencel it 4s that
oveiybody, who is anybody (hem too,
1 remark, by way of parenthesis, "tho
poor don't count") watches what par
liament is doing. I believe I wiole ou
all hbotit tlie ministry '"lid tho Suez
Canal prohpeet, and ventured to pie
diet that uulcaS the ministry teenvured
in f-omo vay tho ground losl in that
Unroilunate ail'ulr, it would have "to
SIR STAFFORD NOKTHCOTU,
The leader of tho opposition in tho
house of common.), jumped too pooh to
the conclusion that ho bad his game
run down, and "got left" when he
asked for a vote which practically
would bavo been a vote of ceiisuro on
the ministry. By this ill-timed haste
he lost tho ad van I ago ho and his p'trty
hud gained to that time. lr. tiluil
h tone is a cunning old fox, and in tho
matter ot doubling on ills tracks ho is
"ohuin-lighlning" as a Wtbterucr
would say. So when ho saw Sir Staf
ford had lost Hi o track bo doubled
right hack to tho Htartint; point and
stayed there. In other words ho
dropped M. de Levepa and (he canal
business like thoy were iiot bricks, and
left his opponent with nothing to say.
You have heard of tho little boy
whom the bull butted oil' tho bridge!
It is the tamo bull and little boy. The
Premier bus been posing in tho foimer
pint and the opposition leader in tho
latter, and now "tho little boy" is
under the bridge.
EAl'INii HUMBLE PIE.
In other words the ministry Is
"solid" again and parliament is going
to dissolve itself without a change of
ministers. Last evening theie was a
little revival meeting in the commons.
Ulrt you know that a gentleman
from 'the states was one of the most
conspicuous iici sons In tho commons''
Ho is better known hero as tho hus
band of Jliironcss Dtirdett-Couts, but
his real name is
You see tho Baroness was an old
maid witli a big bank accountantl
Mr. Bartlott was over hero hunting
for just suo'i a combination or rather
ho wim after tho latter (and to him) the
better half of this combination, and
leally didn't care a flg, I suppose, about
the tormer half. 1 appiehend It would
have been all tho samo to him if there
l.n.iii'r, lipon niiv former half, if lie
still could have secured the foimer
and perhaps a little more bj. Howev
er, theie was both a former half and a
Litter null, ami as no uuu w umu i.i
ho did fo with good grace. I don't
know how many inilllns of-shllliugs
ho got in tho transaction, but 1 do
know that his belter-half has tho finest
diamonds, the tiiiest laeei and tho
llnest of everything that goes to make
life endurable In certain circles oyer
here. Or rather "they f-ay so," and of
couiso from such iidlctum I would not
think or venturing an appeal But I
started in to tell you that tliN s'liue
Mr. Uartlett Is nn Amerlf.ni. It iu t
ciullo ceitalu which 1P't;
lie belongs to, If indeed
ho belongs to either but he puts n lis
links pretty often, nominally in the
interest of the opposition, Ho Jumps
astride of oven the piemler on such
ocwtslons. and if hedoean't kick in the
old man's rlba it is not the fault of
"THE GENTLEMAN VHOM AMEIUCA- '
I presume it is needles? for inu to
mention that Mr. Gladstone don't
orton aeem to know that any wen per-
soii has Blister eleslgns on iu
aiitliosiino." I once heatd of an
irate mother who about midnight was
abusing her "worser hair because ho
wouldn't spank the baby-n poor little
makc-bellevo of a child that was "lale
"SplilCulu" in spile of walking and
ooiltllijig and other such eudearmeuta
on the part of tho indulgent
niale annml ,of tho fainl
ly. Tho old man didn't re
ply for il while, bill at length ho slowly
and delllieutoly placed tho "muue bc-
nevc" in that position aoiws his
knew, which is supposed to bo tho
pioper ono for a bad child to be In
when being t-pauketl. Ho then ele
vates its linen, and, with hands aloft,
was apparently about to do murder
or the next thing to Itin that family,
l'orafull lulnute ids said hand w-
mulned elevated lit mid air, then it
slowly hunted a moie natural
position at his ulde, and as his evts
bought thoe of hUspouo, Mill In bed,
lio will, by way or oxplauatlon:
"Really, old wounin, I would spank
this young one, but I'll swear to
gracious, I can't lltitl a big enough
place to ppank." Wonder ir that is
why Mr. Ashmead Bartlelt never
gets spunked by the piomltvV
"-JIMIJ H'i m h muv VI tt. bltVJ LMIV
cause, UioftictU t hut ill spite of his
often lepcated attempts to secmo such
attention, ho never--or hardly over,
succeed. Tho engineer iu charge of
the mlnlssterlal ship don't eeom lo
know that the young man la really
mad, but appears to Indulge In the
Idea that he Is only "funning with ills
Maybe I ought not to w'rito so af
fectionately (V) of my countryman,
but the fact Is, he Is emphatically tho
voiiiiir-iiinii-wlio. till l;s. ton-limcli- with
Ills-mouth, and It is very, very rare
that ho even receives or deserves, an
expression of approbation fiom any
of the leading panels of London.
To-day, (hough, tlio Ttlryvaph, 10
ferring lo a speech mado by him last
night as to tho Indian
budget sayo tho conlroversy
has ,only an indhect connec
tion with revenue accounts but they
prwented the occasion lor a v eighty
LOUD lUPON'S PET SCHEMi:,
and Mr. Ashmead Bartlelt was amply
justified iu selylug it to pluco the coni
ptehensivo and vital issue it involves
uefoie the house of commons. He did
to In a speech of striking ability, co
gency and elo'uience." Here follow
extmcts fioin the speech, butasTexans
reel no Interest in Lord lllpon'a pet
scheme, I will not quote them. Beally
Mr. Bartlett is a fair speaker and is
not winning any more in brains than
Inas-urauce, but he is sadly wanting
In (hut prudence which is said to be
"tho belter part or valor" and would
bo more respected and more lelt In the
commons and lu tho country IT
'A MAN FUOJX TEXAKJl
Andrew Jackson S'easby bv nairie,
from "SIliErsby Vllle, Texas," who hav
ing Infinite resources at bis command
i always manages to bo on band when
parties tiro in troitilie. iiMUynml aolO
tocxtrleato them. Of course, ho Is
made u sling Ids "alf-a-dollarH" round
loose and all that, ami his "Utile pis
tol" is iiuulu to do noble service and all
that, and lie Is as lough as tho bark on
a hickory tree mid all that, hit all (he
sam t hob tho man who did about
everything uutio that was worth tip.
pl'iudln'. Hencoltwas tliatbefmo I
left tho thentra 1 sent him my card, on
the rovorso side of which appeared lu
hleroKlyphie.nl chaiacters the old fash
loned legend running thttsP'S-h.a.k.el"
11. h. B.
Depatttitrnl Noto An lnxoitltatkiii Tub
Cnlictidlj ltmigctv for AVllbargor
f peclal trt tli atotto.
Austin, September J4.-Tho atsos
ment rolls of Walker, Wheeler ami
Callahan counties were received to.
day. Thoy bIiow uu Increase of
Belatlve to the Introduction of arms
into tho Huutnvllle penitentiary, by
which a serious outbreak was made
Imminent, tho governor has otderod a
thorough Investigation, ami U'any one
is found guilty or neglect of duty or
carelessness they will be dealt with as
Theio are about a do.en bidders hero
examining the plans of tho Terrell
asylum, which are now ready.
Tncre were twenty-six intttrlculanlH
to-day, making eighty-three in all icg
isteied for the state university.
Gov. lrelaud, Col. AmIiuoI smith and
Prof. Mallett will deliver addresses to
morrow at the opening cxeicUi'H.
Gen. King has ordered a squad of
rangers into winter quarters at Vernon,
Wilbarger county, to prevent local
'lhu friiivtUo. Html. rniinlv.
groceries, grain uml luinbur company,
capital Btock ?20.0(K). tllctl a charter to
The Gulf, Colorado & Santa Ko rail
road company paid 517o pa-scngor tax
for the qtiaitor ending June J10, ISS1.
The btiperlntendent of the lunatic
asylum coniplalns that the water
company has failed to comply with its
contract, and In a communication to
tlio uttoriny.goiier.il this murnliig
calls his atrentlon to the matter and
asks Ills opinion as to whelhor the
company has not foifeitcd Us con
tract. Ji'KW YOKK.
luwdwaro company. This tlrm Iihh
bCi-ndpliju business In here ov.r ttluco
Morgan has' lief lltrnown of any lm
pnrtAiico. Tliey hnvo contribdted to
everything to tnnke Morgan a success,,,
nnd .tie now doing iho most extensive
hardware bu si (less lu this pen lion" of
A Texas Pre lUcurtlini to tho Louis. Illo
Evposlllon mid Oilier l'iltH-t'ot-tnu
KpceJnl to Mo Gntctte,
Houston, September 11, Ed. Ynn
dall president of (lie Texas Press asso
ciation to-day announced that that ho
completed arrangements for an excur
sion 10 unyUHUsviiit' exposition b t tho
Btalc piets icSHOuiutiou, tho manago
iitunt of OuH'xpoUou lmvliig ltvted
tho Texas edllms to visit them on tho
-Till inst. The excursion starts from
Houston on Uu Ji'Uh, nnd pioeeeds di
rect to Loulr'llle, via iho New Orleans
t Nashville railroad. After taking In
tho expos! I Ion, the. editors will go U
St. Louis (o intend tho great statu fair
and thence to Cincinnati and
view (ho Cincinnati exposition,
icturntiig to Houston via the Louis
Tlllo and Nashvillu mil way. Tho
pas.igu Is rreo to members of tho asso
ciation, thoy merely paying tho regu
lar tailtl'tin sleeping cars. Col. Ya ti
ll ell desires all members wishing to go
to notify him by wlrontSeguut, so
thai passage may bo provided. TJio
excursionists must nine iifpeciai irain
nt Houston September liith, or none.
Cotton rei'olpts for tho woik ending
(o-day, 7,t!ol bales net. Theto Was
Hhlppedgulfwaid8,HU Imlej, and by
till rails North and East. a.yuVbulcs ,
Stock on hand lO.Hul baltM. Hu'eelpiu"
this week are slightly In excess of tho
Bsuiio week last year,
but neverthelt'fcs the kioking
ho wasn't everlastingly "shoot
ln oil' his mouth" about
matters that ate nolwoith a speecli.
Thegentleinan, though. Isstil! young,
even if bo is tho husb.uid of a lady
now somewhat advanccdln years, and
ho may learn belter as he glows older.
Xatmnlly I fool an Interest Jn him and
in Ills caicer hero as a politician, but 1
uppiehend that If his ftiends and ad
uiliers hope Unit ho will liguio iih re
spcctably In English politics us Ills
American contempor.uy, Mr. Ben
jamin, llghred in English courts, it
will bo nnother case of "liopodfined,"
which wo aie told "makes thchcaifc
sick." Tlie gentleman fiom Now
York is not likely to buoceed lu mak
ing English laws as well as did tlie
gentleman from Louit-iuna iu couslru
iug and interpieting them.
nriB indian (ri:sri0N
Is one about which there
isn't anything like a unani
mity ot opinion over here.
The friends of Lord Ripon's Indian
policy ou the ono hand, and its oppo
nents on (he other baud, have been
both active and aggressive, and Jliut
one and then the other lias hud "an
expiosslon irom the people." Mius
mei-tlngs assembled, until a stranger
can't (ell for the life of him which Is
the popular and which tho unpopular
side. To-day a meeting "repiesenting
the Intelligence, patriotism and cap
ital of England," may icsolvo that
Lord Itlpon Is wrong, but 11 to, tlio
chances are ten to ono that to-morrow
another meeting, claiming (oi epic
sent tho same fences of England, will
resolve that he is light. Just such a
curious see-uiwganiu lias been kept up
hero for weeks past, and still unsettled
who Is wiongand who Is right. Jf it
is line that vaxpopult, vox Del, then
vox J)U is a veiy contiadielory
sort of voice over here, since
tho rule in this matter Is to say ono
thing to-day and die very opposite to
nioirow. I may be permitted to men
tion in this connection that
THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION
!s about iii tho saiiio ilx. Ono sldo
here says "tlio army of occupation In
Egypt must be ordered home," while
the other side savs thoy "must bo kept
whero they arc." I think Mr. Glad
stone would't be sorry If lie could obey
both orders, but, since no i-aii'i, no
will have to nothing, which means, oi
course, that tho army may slay in
Egypt, for the ptesent at least. So
much had been paid lu certain quarters
recently In favr of this do-nothing
policy that 1 hud about concluded this
was tho popular side, but night beforo
hutl w?ent to the Lrury-Lano thwtro
to t-eo tho play call 01
and had to change my mind Tnisplay,
(which, bv tho by, cnnnWcicd fiom ti
spectacular atmidpolnt, laugooil siiO'
ceiv") based on the hLa of the hugli-.h
occupancy or Egypt. Mahonnncd
ArJbl Boy, is ono of tho leading
character, lepuvontlngtho Egyptian
bldaoftho iiuestion, has occasion to
denounce (lie English policy that re
sul'f. in his country being over run by
Brilisii soldiers, and to my mirprl-o
tho sentiment wi applauded (o tho
echo vociferously. If ihocrowd there
asii'nililed expressed (lie voice of the
people, then tho people don't approve
of tlietrnlnlstry'H policy. .Inst horo I
will "let up" ou politic for u minute,
to jiicutloii tjiat the most attractive
character In this play i
PiikUWUc Piir.igrniili 1 ltuCoiiiliirllruUnr
SullUmilleKily tMt Mitro
lu Mm lUug.
SpnoWl to tlio Giwette.
Now York, Sfptennber 1 1. -Jim
Kelly, the pugilist, Who says ha lias
fougut seventeen hard glove lights mid
has never yet been worsted, said that
hoJcnow that (hero was a rod in pickle
for Sullivan, ard (hat Maco was the
man who would manage t'io ad'ulr.
He says that Mace had now iu hand
a man who it Is thought would before
long make a big name. His muni) Is
lUvlou, and ho hails ftom Binning,
ham, Eiig, Ho weighs J8j pounds, is
tall, lawuoned and a perfect tenor
iu a light. UU method
is equally as quick and forcible as .Sul
livan's. Ho Whipped Donovan easily,
Homo time ago Nilllvuti found dllu-i-iiUy
in stopping Donovan, When J.
L. Sullivan was called upon In rela
lion to (lie meeting which he Mild Is
being ariaiigcd between him and Jim
Maco, tlie flmniplon said; (,lt' .Mm
Mace or any oilier man wants to spar
with me, lie knows wheio to Hud me.
I am a business man and h ive a regu
lar place of business 1 think (hero is
agreatdeal of huinbtig In this news
paper talk about lighting,
and T don't inoptwo to
allow any man to make money or imp
utation ut my expense Jf 1 can nelpJt,"
fc'ulll van's inilmnlo ft lends ate confi
dent that there will coon lu it meeting
at Madison Squint, Ne-w York, be
tweeh Sullivan and Maco. Mace
wants lo arrange for a simple oxliibU
tlon, but Sulllvap will never ngucto
that. He will go lu to win, and If that
Gipsy faces him lie must prepaid for
Hob Tori ell Coin kttd nnd beiiti IK cd OIJi.
cr Cotlit Hi ins-Loial mid Personal
hpeclal to tlio Gaetfii.
Morgan, September M.BobTeirell,
the noted cattle thief, was brought to
Meridian this week fiom Cleburne, to
bo tried on a charge of stealing a year
ling in this county. Tho Jury gave
him two years In the wnltentluty,
Jell' Hooter, charged with thou, of a
horse, was tried at Meridian yestoidny
To-day is tho day et for tlio trial of
Depiitv'Sheilu' John While, for (lie
killing of Cavainaigh. Good counsel
has been procured on both
sides of this case, and much interest Is
manifested in it by tho pionja or Mor
gan, as Mr. White Is a icsltltht of this
town and hns ninny filcnds Iiiiv.
Tlio Iredell lieo made U first np
penranco Wednesday, it Is a
neat twenty-four column paper, nnd
n Hoots jiiuoh credit upon JlsetlMorutid
tho thriving lltllo city It ropre-honts.
Mr. L. E. Mom, having bought the
iniciejit ol Mr. Carson In the Bank
saloon at this plooa, Is now solo pioprl
otor. Messrri. Sloan and Furguson are
the gciitleniauiy bf-ttuderH at that
A protracted m.Ung Is now in
progieis at the Baptist church, which
is to continue for two weeks ir enough
Intercut Is taken In the
matter liv tho people of our town.
The dry goods hoiiho of M, & B.
Miller Is now filled with the Juigwt
and best seleclcd stock of gooda in
UiisKitic ciiutity, .
Mr. O. U. Mcl'httJl In noV be
hind tiio counter of our en.
OTgullogroccryiiian, T. K, JcUelt
Among the number ono business on
lerprisits in Morgan l tho R!fe'gl8
ltnbeiiitmt 'titer lllbbfi-n Mm. D.iu hn l:h
Ilobbnd Port Worth l,rU (luy
Aktnij A l.'oilh.
Special to tlio (t'muitc.
San Antonio, September 14. Two
local icporters undertook to outvie ono
another mis lnorniu oy eauu duniv
ing a quai ter-gnlloii mug or beer. Both
sucoeedtd but what hapnened aftei
wai ds wouldn't do to tell, Imsiunoh
as they have lequoited names to bo
kept out of tho pipirs, which Journal
istic com tesy fotces us to respect.
Mis. D.iu Smith, of elopement
notoriety, makes complaint to
day that the was rohbctl
last nlvjht orn sllkdi'cwi Ll)) In money,
a gold wtpi'h and chain, etc , which
hi'lmpi tier down li bed roo.1, in her
husband, children and piopeity have
btjeu uken fioui her by Hat of tho
0. W. Mori HI to-day yee el veil limits
ror $.,roo rrom the J.'.it Woith .Na
Houal bank. Tho diattii wuve for C.
W. "Merrill." Had Mr. Mori 111 boon
dishonestly disponed lie could hnvo
collected- tho dnifw. Tho mlstalto Is
duo lo (hoihfompeloucy ami eaicliMs
ncss of our post olllce.
Col. J.S. Sellord, rormeily n prrfml
nent Galveston ineiciiaiit. and who
for fho pist two ycaro has boon ucnt
of (ho Sun e mil way l 'tween thin
city audi lotiHon, illuil hnio at irurn
lo day. ills w Ifo died I est spring, tiit'l
hlsdnughtei', Mis. Young, wife of Dr.
Young of tlio Houston J'oil, lust July.
Col, Sellers ica vis two young dnugh
ternautl tisou to mottiii Ills Ioh.
It Is reported lieio tli it a gteat,prai
lle IlioW tuning In Frio couuty, mul
Hint tho Lewis llro.'u pastdro in Za
vala eotimy has been lanned oil',
Tlio .Slreot ll-ilhuj V..v hiillitttUK Oilier
. ...I ... .1... ! i.'t
nj."iuill in inn VJiininilI. n?i.r'"X
IjiiuqusiiH, Seplomoer .JiRf'V
ami dlitwiillu broken lu a day or
two. Atliotisund tliHino aheudy lu
celvtd, ami cuiH will bo uinplng In
Wt.ik on the Park Hold will com
mence next week.
.Iudji.e Lynch, tlio vcleblftfrd arolil
tcct, h beiu takitia otnorvatioiH uml
gallieilng dots for tho danlu Eo IJPi),
000 bote). .
Trade is booming, and (lu general
bnnrusl i Is that wo will have 20,(1 M)
visitors hero before .liino,
Hit lory oflhv Dl.i ii(i uu tlio Niiv.il itexei
Washington, D, C, September 1 1,
Kollowlng Is u general siunimuy of
tiiedUoiso since Its first apjiearahco
at the reservation on the Kith or August
last. The navy yaul la situnted on
Tartar Point, a point of lund on (ho ,
noithern shore, about two miles eiut of
tho cntraiico or roiisacojit., bay, anil
eight mill's west of tho vUy of Peiisuco
la. The iiiivv yard projiur i. about
half a lullchfiuuic ard enclosed lu rec
laiigtilat walls, itisldo of which aio tho
govtTiimeut buildings, olliutn' uag.r1
Tlio villages of Woulnoy and Wir-V
rlngton au eltuared, lvspectlvely, ad-Jnc-iitlo
the iiortliein and western
walla. 'J'iio total population J about
rm, OfthlH miinber there wore at
Iho outbreak ol tho raver eight oJIKth
and thlity niarhnw. The iciiinlnderaio
In the village's above named. Ton
deaths liavo occurred In Hie navy yard
proper. TliomniliicH have bwn re
moved lo the north wi'fctein contluoi ot
ins reseividlou, mnl M 'his d4to aiu
Tree from dl..eiin. At Win rliigt'in ud
WooUov then hitva been to date 17
sick. XTii to ricptoutber 0 thorn were
ujndulccjHcs and M datli, all of
.ilMiiiKeio white, Th3 haUnue illl
doalliH) were childjcn, 1) ! whom
were whlui and two. Degrees. ' hero
wore no deaths Sunday, bid seven new
caecs were rt ported.
Y)t. Mills is a practitioner and Is
aiding a!o as a druffgist u wpH as. san
itary Insjicetor, mid U dolus: uaojl
work. Much dUtre-as la mmmi - ,-
urnmenl oflivluls ate i&lxmMffl'1 - "
doing as much In tha my f rWM'.
should bu done. Medicine anl lM '
aro required to supply tho Mckaiiil
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