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paper as then) Is In (ho .South for tho
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nects 121 l'uo with Paso del Norte,
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Ir is mild tho Rev. l)n. Uahtoii of
lloslon preaches such delightful fune
ral sermons that it almost makes a
iiihu want to diu to hear ono of them.
Ouiteran ks keep us in hot water
with foielgn governments. Joir.v A.
Tkiinuy tried to assassinate tho .Hell
ish vice-consul, in New York on Wed
A.v In econoilublo southern Join nal Is
wondering what HiONr.w.vuii Jacic
HO.V would say If ho know that his
wife and daughter have teen the
gucjts of Jin.v JJurj.ijit in Uoslou.
Distuumikud not to bo out In the cold
while the New York papers tiro "out
tlng" prkes, the Gazutti: nieels tho
demand for a popular family paper
with a reduction of pMeo to 1 for
Bayh tho Dallas correspondent of
tho ClA.urn:: "Itev. 11i:ny Wajid
Jsinxinnit and Rabbi Sen inn. wont
driving together yesterday." An in
stance of mutual admiration. You
know how 'tis yourself!
Hat hand romiiiK'i'.s aru hecouiiuir
frequent, Voting unJJty put their
It has been decided that inatlcr
patented as ft deslgu cannot he regis
tered as a trade mark. Thin may sup
press bomoof tho borrlblo-pnlent med
icine pictures which appear In the
papers. A lady rccjiilly slopped her
subscription to u family Journal be
cause it contained "demoralizing d
vertlsetneiits, vulgarly cinbcllisiied
Wltll WOod I'lllH."
CouuosiVi: -xiblhuato, given by a
blundering druggists for chloral,
mused tho death of Mn. Morgan, of
Richland, Jdo., lately. Tlio fatal fre
quency of Hucli cases demands a rlgor
ojis penalty, as they are plainly of (ho
class of crimes that come under tho
bead of man-slaughter. Finos and
inwards of damages are not a fltilllcloiit
tho criminal carelessness of llione wlio
tiro Invested with such responsibility
Tin: proposed commercial treaty be
tween tlio United Stales and Mexico,
Is exciting n great deal of attention in
England, where they place moro sig
nificance upon foreign yoiations than
wo do, especially commercial relations.
Fear Hint more intimate relations i
wltli Mexico on our pat t may Imperil
British interests and supplant their
trade In thatoauntry, urges parliament
to consider the matter closely, with tho
view of avei ling tho danger by recip
rocal treaties of commerce. It would
not bo astonishing if our dull govern
ment at "Washington were to let Kng
land (ako tlio (rado of Mexico nwny
from tills country, though it lies light
at our doors.
Sucir language as tills, coming from
M) eminent Republican authority au
tho New York Tunc, docs not cou
rt rm tlio supposition that Republi
cans aro irrevocably attached to pro
tection. Hays the Tlmcn:
"Tho Missouri freo trade leaguo is
ono of the most energetic and earnest
of tho many which have been formed
during the last few years, and Its pol
icy is to enlist all wlio aro in sympa
thy with it, irrespective of patty. Its
leading inumliuia aie, as a matter of
fact, gathered from both parlies. In
view of the steady and persistent ef
forts of such organizations, and tlio de
gree of inllueiico that they aro gain
ing, especially in the Vot, it it alto
gether sagacious in tlio statesmen of
tlio Republican party to insist that
that patty shull muko protection as it
now exists a prominent and decisive
article of their political cieed in the
next national canvass'.'"
crn planters as was IU predecessor.
Tho appended estimate Is
by ono of tlio oldest and
largest lhms of cotton dealers in the
South, nnd is perhaps as nearly correct
ad tho data at hind will allow:
AlAJWllllB . . .. 2',fW...lPM? 1'C
. tT5,0 n...le'rtt
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a wnroiojiR n
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. 760,00 1.. iM-il pc
. H',HK) IwisSO p c ,
, IIW.OX) . nbovit winio
. mow tfssJJ tm..
All o!6ln ...
This indicates n shortage of almost
l.lftO.OJO bales, n falling ' of full
twenty ler cent. The jcthictlou is
most matked hi Texas, wlierotlieyleld
will bo one-third le this yimr than
last. A disastrous drouth is account
able for tho extraordinary decrease of
UOfiM) bides in this state.
Cotton factors advifo farmers to hold
their cotton for higher prices, which
will surely conic. Last year's largo
crop is not fully consumed, tr.id buyers
will not bear prices while tho old ui
ply holds out. When Hi's Is exhausted
they must replenish their slock, and
if fanners hold their cotton off tlio
market for u month or two, prices
Tin: St. Louis (flode-Democrat,
which cannot be accused of a disposi
tion to give the best color to tho eau&o
of tiie white people in tlio into negro
troubles in Eastern Texas, prints tlio
following telegraphic dispatch:
Marshall, Tex., September
Tm; Englishman changes his sky
but not ills mind when ho becomes a
British colonist. Tho prime minister
of British Columbia, took the occasion
of being invited to luncheon with V11.
i.Aitn'a party, to Impart to Ids hosts
ids personal and olllulul conviction
that tho toriltory over which ho had
tho honor to picsldo would shortly ab
sorb tho American Not th west, In
eluding tho Northern l'aclllc railroad
since tho American Union was destined
to a speedy disintegration. II Is rather
cheerful that Smith counts on "tlio
now typo of men and women of untin-
proaehablophysimie," which lias ap-
lltllrlnj i.M Mill ItrW ll'ltlif l.llt, r.. .... I
. . ... " '.'" '"""' nwirct 11 r 111 f. Him, in t,i
11m it ml limf n.wl 'Mm n - 1... I '""I '"
comascuttmlonensa conn:, .,..:; 'iMsl'roi!110y- 1111 l .W "
JtMihtaflwrrliico. H.. .-mg .okuo wi.e.co no got jus
w ' ' ' "tyno" Hlncd Uio mi tut natives of
Tun heavy failuroof Mayiui & Co.,
Now York wool nioichanls, was not
duo to tho low state ot tho um1
luarket, hut was caused by other
houses going t tho wiU. Tho eilcet
of their nsslgutncnt will linvuiy be
peiceptlblolnthoTexaB wool market.
jV CATi'f.i; trainer liavlugartlvedat
thf) New I'-ngland talr with two trick
bUioi-jj named Bi;.v IIuti.ijh and Jlo'.j
iNOiutsoi,, tlio Worcester Spy ted'fies
that tlioy do some marvelous ;,0ts and
tho Boston J'ost adds t'nt "If thoy
don't they hello the!? Panics."
-Oiv. n .I. .
Mit. Tir.DKN eats eight times a day,
little at a (ime,wlth 11 very llttlo whis
key ami water, and ho takes phos
phates, llo still converges In i low
tone of volco, but from habit, not from
necessity. Ami he Is supposed to bo
for "tho old ticket."
Tt Is denied that tho postmaslor
genuial vivs swayed by local lntlueiico
'lii his decisions against thu Louialau a
lottlsry company, l'eihaps tlio gen-ei-al
misled drawing tlio capital prize
by ono llguro. I f ho did ho can show
good and sulllciunt causo (or ids ac
tion. 6t' 11 ....
As 11 "straw," wo call tttenltm to
ilgures of receipts fiom occupation tax
es; ftoni several of tho ltugest counties
in the state. Tarrant county shows an
iucrearse of ?t,00f) over last yeat j D.U
las decreased 5-1,000, and Galveston S7,
000. Boxaris tlio oniycountysliowing
an incicaso, besides Tanunt, and it
amounts to only ?l,ooi.
Tin: ocoupatiou of tho St. Louis
gamblers Is gone, but they htivo formed
a pool for mutual sustenance and will
wait till tho clouds roll by. Jn tho
meantime tho luventlvo genius of tho
profession is putting a few secret
springs In tlio silver box nutl working
out a few pvlvato works for the water
lilies which will decorate tlio back of
Missus. Shanks nnd AVr.nmn of
3Xd las engaged In u discussion as to
tho existence of n God. Shanks uf
llinied, Wwmkji denied. To convlnco
tils opponent and sottlo tho matter be
yond doubt, Mr. Shanks stuck u
c knife In him and sent him to where bo
is able to determine- tho matter by per
bomil Inspection. Tho mtfitnituttfii ad
homhmg was u clincher hi tlio vase.
"If nariles a rlglit," said Faun
Bowcit.Assat the Louisville colorwl
couvemion, -staurt by thorn; but
whun they do not ujdioKl their prin
ejplea laid down on tlio platform, down
with tliciii." .Further on ho aid,prl
ilfV.11M.. ..... ...! I ... .. k. .... . I
' jiw jmriy fiiuiuiy."
- gtvo tlio nogro an
cirop out of tlio Rot
Brit Ult Columbia m'M
dians or half-breeds.
bo mojtly In-
An Lnpropor Spirit.
No surprho need bo excited that
there are newspapers In Texas capable
of uttering such uoutlmouta as uvc ox
ld'esbed lit this extract:
i ho JJvau.loer biiya a CftpilaiUt came
10 Wtico wilh $500,000 to buy land, but
Vhcn ho learned howioneo-cutting was
liothcring tho "West ho shook the dust
flow bis feot and dcmited, almost
tngnioncd one ot 111s wim at tlio tmru
Idea of Investing money in such 11
country. Tlio JJeamintr consldeietl
tills as ono of tlio evil losults of fonce
cutting. If avo mistake not, thu people
at largo will regard tho Incident
complacency, and bo almost
ready to laud tho lawlessness tliot
brings about such results. For every
$000,000 invested in lauds by ono man
that falls, Texas will lecelvo 1,000 in
vestments from 1,030 dlU'oicnt men,
and settle up tho actes that Uio capi
talist would feneo oh" Into a compara
tively unproductive urea. There aro
already enough overgrown pastures.
A dozen farmers on 100 aero of land
apiece aro of more beneilt to vr.o state
than tho SSOO.OOO mutt who4lvis hi St.
Louis and bpends tho fortune- that
Texas may iiuvko for him in building
up other states. It Is u tact that fence
culling nau lrlghtoued ll" peveuil of
cue uig pastmo companies and it is to
lie hoped that the fright will be lasting
enough to keep them oil',
Tlio investment of ?.3uo,O00 In Texas
means the addition of half n million
dollars to her taxable wealth, the em
ployment of Texas labor, tiie improve
ment, m x'exas inuuM ami tno enhance
ment of thu value of minoundihg pro
perty. Tlio tuuuniptlon that tho in
vestment would liavo boon put In
" overgrown pastures " is ' badly
strained, as is also tlio assertion that
tor every gWO.ODO-capltalLst driven oil"
a thousand farmers will (ako his place.
Thogenetalexporleuco tends to tho
conviction that farmers have no moro
love for tlio society or outlaws, than
A lurking communism Is to bo de
leted In tlio expressions of tho preced
ing utioUUlon, No respeolablo prflpor-
tion ot the people of Texas
race excitement which recently existed
liero lias been revived again to-day by
the publication of the contents of 11
memorandum-book picked up at the
passenger depot by a man claiming to
be one of I'lnkerton's detectives, and
turned over to the police authorities of
mis city. . The memoranda contained
in the book are as follow: "Henry
Coleman's books, Chicago, Septem
ber ii, 18S.I. Left Maishall for
Mlneola, September 10, to mako tip u
lodge, found all my neonlo rino for a
I change; found a few good Ropuollcans,
but tney were so bulldo.ed that they
wcio afraid to work, and only one
white man who would undertake to
organize my people. 1 had to prom
ise him $200, with f,"50cas)i down, to go
to work. He is a hard ca&o, I think,
bud Mill serve us all light, llo is a
member of the aldermen, and Is above
suspicion by tho whites. He lives on
the etigo ot thu town, and can easily
gel out to hold meetings. We held
two meetings one at Rinkley's one
niilo from town, and aiiotheronSabine
river btidge, and had 11 large crowd
from across tlio river. Austin Itatidall
spoke to the ctowd, as also did our
white brother. Ho is bound to us, as
his election to any otllce depends on
tho coloicd men to vote for him. 1
think tbeio will bo no dilliculty in
getting the men together, and ina'ko u
big strike by the 1st of October. I
went from Minucola to Hawkins to
John Reed's, when all was getting to
work in the good cause of redeeming
ourselves fiom slaveiy and the Demo
cratic party. I can get all tlio money
1 went, and find many warm friends
in my travels an rcauv ami witling
to give mo ufl the aid
1 want. SHus Johnson, of Marshall
is n good umkor, and 1 must get him
to go buck to Mlneola, as ho Is 11 warm
menu ot the macks and can watch
Thomas in his woik and aid him in
oiganilng my people. Wo havo to
lOO K Sllliril. OS tllO w 1 M nm mi Mm
lookout, but wo will bct.t them yet.
I must get back to Shievoport as soon
as I can, as wo must have a big turn
out over there. Sam Rigley and
Johnson will go with me. 'To-day I
send Henry Plokuid to Ten oil and
Dallas, thoy must bo looked out tor.
In Terrell till Is ready.
Mnj. Poun's Oainp-Mcotiug,
Rev, Ma Pknn Has 01110 and gone,
lie utlers notes of tr.lliupli, for did lie
not con veil over a hundred sinners in
tills modern Babylon? Did he not in
vado the territory of tho great adver
sary, clad only in tlio tumor of right
eousness nud armed with tlio word of
God, and in 11 hand-to-hand conilict
with the cohorts of sin, vanquish tho
enemy nnd capture a bundled of his
warriors? Yea, verily, have 1 done
all this, says the redoubtable dlscl--ploof
the church militant, and I will
go forth With my banner Hying and
inscribed with the legend, vonl, vidi,
Tlio good man claims to linvo con
verted over ono hundred sinners hero
jn Kort Worth. "VYo trust ho bus.
That number at least have pioreascd
repentance, renounced tlio ways of the
wot Id, the Hem and the devil, and
navo ueou received Into tho grace of
church fellowship. But though the
sphlt is willing, the Hesli !s proverbi
ally weak, and It Is no strange thing
to lapse back In the paths of elu that
notably broad way trodden by thu feet
of so many pilgrims.
Religious change under tho tnllu
eticoof such emotional excitement as
provails at camp-meetings, induced by
tlio magnetic ctl'ect of u pow
erful preacher upon sensi
tive and impressive organisa
tions, still further acted upon by the
sympathetic intluonco that pervades
the Individual patts of u large congre
gation, Is rarely of a permanent na
ture, -At tlio excitement wauosr, ie
liglousuutor cools and resolutions tiro
weiikemd. The devil is never Idle.
His Insidious advances ro uufoU at
Ilrst, but little by little ho sedulously
undermine the faith of tlio wa
vering convert, and ho rniely falls
ultimately to capture his lecrennt fol
lower. Now thought la animating the re
ligious world, and now feelings domi
nate me eliurches, Tho plow ofsci-i
entlllc truth Is turning up the sodded
Holds or religious ctetd. What is or
thodox to-day would have suVred at
the stake for heresy a eouturv tnro
Among the fading relics of a filling
theology aro the gtorio of
an olden'-time camp-meeting.
Not many of tho vnn ,
v ---- r ---t-aaAVl
only occalon tillered for public re
ligious communication among
tlio people of largo dis
tricts, nnd thoy gathered together In
tlio orcn groves to worship Ond.
Families wiilie in wogons, with tents,
and provisions for camping out, and
IircvTfeTmfiiicd tlieio for wicks, The
;reachcrlworo of (lieCalvlnlstlc typif!
ami delivered powerful tcullstic scr
mens, whoso burden was hell and
damnation. Clttlst and redeeming
love tlioy knew nothing of, or, if they
did, rniely referred to them. Tlio su
perstitious audiences weio powerfully
uflccted. nnd crowded (0
tho mourner's bench. Btoth
er 1'i:nn'h paltry hundred of coiv
verts would havo discouraged I'irnin
Cautuioth or Mosits Dow, wlio num
bered their victims by tliousandf.
Whether their eilect was for good, or
whether it was n temporary spifin of
excItemcMt, camp-meetings aro no
longer patronlonl. Thoy have fallen
into desuetude. "Revivals" arc ditrnl
lied by being called camp-mcotings,
but tho term is a misnomer. Tlio
camp-meeting is no mote!
TUXAS STATU XIIWS.
There has been no fence cutting in
The ribbon ratio crop of East Texas
Is almost 11 failure on account of the
San Antonio will be in tiie midst of
her Voolksfest festivities befoio the
cloic of the week.
Recce Hughes lias Instituted suit in
the federal court at Jefferson for the
snug sum of $3,000,000.
Tho Lampasas street railway is
graded to Hancock springs, and the
iton will be laid as soon as received.
Since tlio recent rains out west cat
tle are looking better, and there is a
much better feeling among the stock
men. Ifov. Clark Bruden, who has just
finished his Texas tour against inlldel
Ity, will go to Kim bus and tackle Mor
monisni. The Austin highwayman has been
heatd from once more. An old gentle
man named Gintszki was stopped a
few days ago near Bee Springs and
tobbed of ?U0.
Cnpt. Roach of Austin had a game
cock training for the cocking main,
but an envious iiowk swooped down
on the pottitiy yard and mado-n break
fast oil' the celebrated rooster.
Palestine merchants complain that
while Tyler can ship cotton
t) Galveston at $150 per bale,
thoy have to pay $:!.n(),
which discrimination is almost ruin
ing the tttulo of their city.
A little eight year-old boy, son of
Captain Put Morris, living near
near Station week, in Coryell county,
while playing n few days ago, near a
well seven or eight feet deep, which
had n lot or burning trash in it, acci
dently fell in, and befoio ho could bo
rescued was severely burned and died
In two days after.
Near Atlanta. Dr. Jeter attempted
to croiS tho railroad track u-,t as a
train was coming along, but'his horse
got 0110 foot hung and fell on the doc
tor. Ho succeeded in getting out
XV jf.hout being hurl, but the horse was
still fast. The engineer succeeded in
stopping tlio engine within a few feet
of the horse and with a crow-bar ie
At Atlanta, on Friday evenlntr.cash
ier or the Cass county bank, locked his
vault on which had been placed a new
umu iuck. caturaay uiuruiug ut the
hour for opening, it failed lo open and
Philip was locked out. But by Mon
day morning ho had made arrange
ments mid is now going ahead with
business nUhough the lock still refuses
James Johnson, "the man from
Bitter creel:," was in Sweetwater Just
week and informed tlio local editor
that he lost thirty-two head or sheep
the week befoio bvu watcr-annnL 'Pim
sheep begun lo oliill in the pen and on
neing turned out, instead of goiii"
down into tho canyon they lan up on
the hill and were chilled. They hud
just been slicaicd.
Lust Thursday night a young man
named Tom Stripes, Jivinir on' Sims'
creek in Lampasas county, lett homo
to be gone only an hour or two. Not
returning, search was made by the
neighbors, and on Sunday Bight thoy
found his lcnuilns, eight miles from
wlieio he lived, near Castle Peak in
Hamilton county, with a ropo around
Ids neck, and his head crushed. No
cluo to the murderers or the causs that
led to it, as he was a peaceable law
Kimble county contiins a modeVn
urcadia. Twenty-six families Ilvo in
a dellghtrul valley, the lei tile and
kind soil of which furnishes, a great
abundance of luxuriance the fruits of
the earth. Milk and honey, and every
thing else that is good, abound. Like
tho ancient piototyno. it is tho Inmi
of peace, simple measures ami m,.
troubled quiet. A civil magistrate
lives In its mlelst and fottiteen lone;
yeavs lie lias borno the honor nr ,&
oillee. In all (ids time not ono single
suit, civil or criminal, has been brought
to his notice. All is peace, content
ment and happiness.
While tho shorlir of Patker countv
war conveying John Dixon, arrested
for murder in Ihnnuo countv f.mr
years ago, to jail, tho prisoner, though
suiiuuit'u, niutio a nu'iut for liberty
u was utter night and he jumped
troni ins 110180 and vim int.. ,. ,!...i.
bottom. After a iontr and vain hi!h-i,v
It was oureed to set dm to tiw -,wi.
around the place where Dixon was
known to bo. The plan worked re
markably well niul Dixon Undine;
ilntto tin closer quarters there than
he had bo Hove. . conclmlod .. u, ........
der, after whit bids hands were th'rt
behind li in and tVof. ilwl n,.,!.,,. 1.1.
horse. He Is now in kill.
lion. Dick Allen, nolmvil la f ,t..
Ion that the railroads aro responsible"
for tho piesont laco trouble h, n.t.,
state, and (hat tlio negroes are H)ro bti-
wiu-u iin-.v mo not, permitted to Ude in
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The 3Iotleni ComhcUc.
from tlio new story, "A Newport
The inero MiN'ering whlcli n man
undergoes at the hands of a coquette
is hot In its ill fat effects so gieatly to bo
deprecated. It is in the consequences
that lies tlio deepest wrong which tho
insincere woman does to the man who
loves her. For tho distrust cf her
whole sex which grows upon him and
tho conviction that neither Phe nor
her kind aro woi thy of the best that
is in his nature, she is lcsponsible.
The disdain which lie may feel toward
her cannot greatly injure him. Jiuti
iiiu Spink 111 which tie regains tiie
tendency in his nature which looks
to woman for the truest support of his
life, and tho systematic harden
ing of those finalities in him which
reach out instinctively to the
feminine side of humanity are soul
hurts which aro not healed when the
pain of tho deceived love hao passed.
II 8. judgement of the whole tex can
not fail to be biased bv ids ox-nni-ioiinr.
of tlio woman who lias most deenlv
interested him. Thus it is that tlio ph.
quette, by lowering tlio whole stand
out 01 won.annoou in tiie eyes of man,
injures her own sex as well ns tlm
The forms of ponuolrv nr.- mflnifniv
varied, ami somo of them nro inimh
more vpienensioie than otheis. The
woman who undei takes conquests
simply for the glory of displaying at
the wheels of her chariot the "captive
slio holds by the rosy bonds of love,
is tho commonest type. Ah her eo
quctry is of tlii most patent kind, its
wounds ate rarely severe or lasting,
and yet there is a certain vulgarity
about tliis sphit of conquest which
inakoo this type of women dangerous
to both men and women.
A moresubtlennd dlsastrousintluenco
is wielded by tho worn 111 wlio is bent
on tiie scientific analysis of thovarious
effects produced by the tender passion
on men of different character and 111
ture. She has little pigeon-hole
marked with different ciiamcterlstlo
name:?, and Into these she chv-sillesev-ety
new specimen. Tho co
quette is apt toon to
discover that tho pigeon-holes may be
very few, and that nearly all thu men
she meets will fit exactly into ono or
another of them. When sho lias nr-1
riven at tills conclusion shoisatlslied,
two or thiee good specimens of every
sort having been coolly analyzed nnil
propeily pigeon-holed. It la variety
niul not quantity she desires, and, hav
ing uireauy uccomo quite familiar with
the manner in which a certain specie
of the genus homo is af
fected by the gteatcst of passions
she allows many possible victims to
pass by without an efl'01 1 or desire lo
nun ninu iu uur collection; out it a
specimen nitiierto tinclasillcd crosses
her path, she is ready with her little
deseeting knife to peer into the
labyiinths of a new phase of human
Another cia-s, perhaps tho most
dangerous one into which wo aro di
viding coquettes, inelttdod those
womea wlio fancy themselves in love
with each fresh lover. Theoaro emo
tional and sympathetic women, wlio,
being incapaole of stiong feelinc;
themselves, aro borno along by the
force of pasalon which fascinates them,
and which thoy would gladly recipro
cate, in their often renewed disap
pointment at finding that the now
lover cannot luiko them forget them
selves, thoy feel a sense of injustice,
and never dream that they uio not the
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lilue I-tiUljon 'JLVndo-intii.lc Routed S
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GOODS IN QUALITY GUARANTEE!
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x'. J-. J-JUNJ3JiJi-tY. PROl'RIKTOR.
CLOTHIESS M IRCSi! l3
IST0S. 1G AND IS HOUSTON STREET,
FORT WORTH, : : : : ...
CAPT. J. M. ABAMS,
TUB FORT WORTJlT
k M k hi issi
CAPITAL STOOK, $100,000.00.
Buy and Sell all kinds of Live Stock on Commission, ash
Advances on Consignment of same. '
RANCHES, FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY
LOANS NEGOTIATED ON APPROVED SBODBHll
Ofllco on Houston Street, opposito First Xatlonal Bant.
Estimator of tho Ootton Crop,
The per centago of delleienoy In the
great Southern laplo crem cannot bo
accurately determined until tho yield
is all marketed, but experienced deal
ers can estimate so olosoly fiom tho
average resulta to far obtained, that
their llgu'roa do not vary hugely from
tin) actual condition. The ro
dundaiit supply of last year
reducsd priecK to u liilnlniilm. wiiioh
.. .... ' ,..w ......it if. ..,rj VHIII1C...1. 1 r .
Tim I I1.IH. .... ..Pll.l. ... . .. I " . ....fiV .HI IIILn I'U . .!... .....,& .. . .1 1
......ulta.HVU uus year win probably generation of to dnv know .vti J...T . :.V.".,...'.V .' ..t i.m. jo, was
opetalo to advance. Novorthelto. I bn nf n, rm ',..,,. ,' . V. 1"V" . ... " V? " :"". ?, V,'"n ."! to tho
CO llilS lit)! r..,l.n,l fl,ft .1 i ,. , ' ' " "'"" ,uu - ". V'"8.w,u ". " WBS CUt.
.. . . ""v "i,uv nui-ii. 01 tno cainu.nieetiuir 0f Jiftv xrnivi ""o was oucKeu into uh stoo
tlio siinc ttirs reserved for tho whiles
Itev. J, A. Orutchlieldof Marv&ville'
t ouku county, says that nearly ail tho'
wire funee tiom 81. Jo. to Slnutajuio
have been citt-evon Dr. 3:i.lridg0's
lilt o enclosure for tho benefit of his
pitlent'j, teams lias been litendly cut
to nieces. Similar loports wum' from
dlfiorent narts uf the countv. ii. ...
t:. .....,.. ...... . X, -".'vm
,t icntv, wvse oi .v
l?ly, fairly and easily,
ly." This will ww U.ought It would touoh, UJ,,1 iMs n0 wtu.- attended AVI,
opijoitunUy to relatively Mw price and lhort.ort enp SJ IS
ibllmu iuiikf will scarcely nmke tho oncoming coin- hot cs wele '-few , I
j inercia! wwn as prosjierous to South-1 Tlio
riff. .... I nort was uueiviHi turn hu ainnir .....i i
en ttovamtryZiftXrSr' " "" "" WOrIt of
fttt linfii.iu Ml J--J
yvui k.u, i r "Tnilinilh) olitiMrtt., ...Wfl .ji --,.
nnimal panip-mcotlns was tlient wiut LwtaTr T CwS!""0"1
l'ASIIIUN NO IKS. .
T!iiJ.'Jl't jtjlosus Soen from n Gliuico
Into myl.-tillus Uouiliilr.
I)eiiii-s:Uson capes called epaulet pe
lerines are made of velvet or cloth cut
high on the shoulders with dolman
wines, and colored wltliombroidery or
Whin Velvet ribbon is fashionable
for bonnet stiings in lieu of Hie two or
three narrow pairs worn dmlni the
English liuvolSlng clonks aio fur
nibheu with straps and buttons bY
which they can he converted lt ;
pretty eiohnan or polonaise wltli pun.
ieifi when tlio wearer quits the ttnin
and stops at hotels for dinner,
Tho iiewttt liablt bodices aro nolnd.fi
iu front and linvo coat-tails bulittul iin -irthed
with bullous. These are made
of cflfchmiTO and tiro worn with a gath-
ert-u waibtcoaeoi ouecKCtl filUt,
Wattcau drapery is no longer con
fined to (ho haosj of tho jjarinoiit, as
Krenck caurtouriercs fpeak of Wattcau
vcju that hung fiom the thr6.it and
L.i'T'T'XjESiroEsrr S3 jmuevzi
Successors to Kneeland & Harrison.
AND HEAL ESTATE
1 Ttnta nf ttl fnvnnnn . ... 1 . . . n Mn nm IImi
nTi . 'uou ttUW uuiijjHiuioB roprcnenieii over i&iwu.iioutUiu. ri.v.
paid. Ilousca rcuea CorreaponUenuo solicited.
roporty bought and sold. TM ""T
aro tied across the bust with velvet
Drc-bes that imitate princess designs
are amonq tho new Importations with
tho Uietonne vest front nnd skirt in
ono piec, and the drapery fastened on
tlio basqe back so that the back teems
all in ono piece.
Tlio nowe&t ulsters arc of rough, bui
lhjht in cloth in IhcNowmarketehapes
with perpendicular folds spreading
uuwh inu waist, nuan collar and waist
bands or velvet. Ulstera of chovolt
nro made with a "colleen" cane col
ored at tho edgo over a frilling of cloth.
Tlio fltst round hats for cool daya
havo Eqtmio equestilenuo crowns wltli
stifl, straight, narrow brims. Tho
tiimmiiig is ten pleats of milliners'
folds of velvet straight around the
crown nearly reaching to the top, and
a bunch of ostrich tips in front. Eng.
lisli walking hats have tho velvet that
drapes tlio crown can led over the
brim smoothly in a way (hat makes a
Small bonncis for autumn aro called
puncets bonnets, because tlioy are iu
lavor wltli tlio Princess or Wales, who
was brought up to make her own bon
nets, and therefore likes simple shapes,
for tills reason milliners, object to
them, as ladies can muko tliem with
out assistance, and have merely to
cover them with folds on the crowns
.7 ip!i '.lJ)alr of semlo gray dovtfl on
tno leu side, pierced byasilverelae;ger,
whluh aiparently holds them in lilaeo.
ie ii" c c'utl1 hllt w'th colored threads
IS tllO llowpnr. iKfilnftnl fnt. l,.,lt...)
aiittiinn sulrti. The bodice and tunic
Vv.m'. l,nrl'rct' 0l' brown, dashed
ni,i-rit,i0r4.w.,l"Wuoin,,d Jl' Scotch
pleated skirt Is of stripes of (ho color of
w.fiIp,,c.r.pa1i1?' A erlnwun or blue
tn iii??a. hMAo tl,ls clth bodice ndtls
lO HS StVfO tllld 11111V l.n mint.. nC ninth
01 Of lliolrn fiic(....i i. . n ,i...
irol.l 1 ...I Vf,v,,lu "i N1I1U1, Hill
gCfd bllttOllS lko Mf.ntna
-Uiglish w-oiiien provide themselves
dVivSral.w,Islcoat8 for s,nBhi
v. . . c,'evi"t or amuzon, untl thus
Miry (hfcir toilets. A cream-whlto
oloth wnistnont. one of bri;'W
.... ., o..i,.,i ,t nrhl!i! rtdft'
will go well with cither al IK 3
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Will save money by buying l
nn...n . .1.11. .. coin Ul .9
DVii.l.'J, .111.-11. ..." v. -.
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JXIILIIMU 1111T11 tl.ivw..-T . .
'T.i....Ti irnwiilin Velveu',i(.
Family,'" "English Blu
nils i." "(JO U iueum. "
nnnli hnr iviiinned in 8
napkin: also, their 'W
".nnniifl Itnr " pni'll uur
Juimneso tidy, made of p
oil and fallow. Tlio be
. r. . ... i iUat
esc. J so sure aim ecu '"rjj-t
calto Ls-brauded "G. A. Wmi
Don't bo afi-ald to 111"".:.,
n ii Unf Mnrinca rwij
v., .. .avv -i w .BKff.
falls to euro the most '-, 1 1
of piles in threo to teu "' cm
cheerfully refund tuenw
L. N. Brimswlf. ,1? --
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JjOIUSVUIU iar 4,
incjHiiuu w..w ',(
Texas an u i w --,i
W2 40. to Cincinnati nuJjJuW
Tickets to Loulsv fffciw"
nii.1 Tlmrsdavs U"'1 . " ,v. I
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forget (hat above remdg,,
llirouKh a cool, beatU f "
Hi iiuut ,!n1n
others. Hotel niiu Juf(
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nt. ,st at LevIUro3. ';
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