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DALLAS. TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1873.
THE DAILY HERALD,
rvuusiiansviar stoinuia r
m. W. SWINDELLS & CO.
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One 8'iiiKre ften Hum of this ilze type) on Imor
(Ida, (I. Ktcb subsequent insertion, M cants.
' Special N illces, oext In ri.ilirj me tter,l M per
lnuwoeioli Insertion. Local N jiiius lu readiu or
editorial colanius, '.10 tents Pf Hneeaiib iuaerlion.
' a triivclal reduced iti made for l!ie;ei perioda
iM-Advertlsements payable io advance, uuleee
with those doing a lobular buiiuese uuler contract.
the Weekly herald
II !?ULUal VV SAtt'SDAt HOUXISO.
Tune. li M Pr anuuin, or l 40 ,,x
oi,Ui.,i a advance, j, SWINDELLS A CO.
. ' ' Burner orriuiaa.
Uotl. Haboik Hakt, Dalles, Judge U.h Judicial DIs-
' Jn" X. Am., Em)., Dallas, District Attorney. ,
OrriCIRi 0 SALLAi COCXTT.,
1 f t , ('Jon D. Ke.BroOT, Dallas, J. P. Precinct 1.
' Kbkt 8. H', Lancaster, ' J
i William J. H iubll, " ?
0. 0. IIUSTtAO. " ' "
-., Jon M. Laws Clerk of the Dlstr.. Court.
;r; : . it eeosuesj) ...
' " V Deputy Clerks.
' Hwht Boll, J
Jctl, M. P-sows, Sheriff.
: M. V. I'ol, Treasurer.
' N. A. KasH, County Surveyor,
fi,. CITY officers.
11 IN. I oxo, H'Hvor I Jas. 1'. Fin i. Clty'Atl'y
C. 8. liiciiELL,b'j, D Ka.AHs'or .'oH'or
. . v u l,Pvn r ft. ,iv fl HI. Kwtnlc
, tuk Aimtin, SI. Tlitni-net, 11. CmtoD, Juo.W.
liiIMB, A. uoenmu.
kin ia nwlPTITR. Ni,. 47. RovhI Arrh Man tin
will moetnt the MuAonic Hall lii the city of Dallas
, n tlx M HouUiiy itrir um in.r BMitraay ia wn
. tllOntM, " U.U. ill E Uavf.
llMKt Ball, Sct'y.
I ALLAS CnMMANDEBY, N. n, KnlirlitaTentp
lar, mill inert at tlie Anyloin, In the loan o
liiallaii, on the Thurly after the lait Saturday
In each month, at early ranille-Hrl't.
' " . K. 8. B0VKR,1!. 0.
J. K. BAElLtr, Itocorder.
Companion!. Yon are hereby utimoneil toat-
' tend a Sluled crarocatiou of Dallae Chapter,
, ' Ho. 47. on Monday eleu'oj, Den. 3, ln,
1 " at aarly candle llnhtlnic. It eominand of the
. . n, t U, I. 'Alius, w alib.b.11, oecieiary
. IAKNBHILI, LODfiE. No. 64, V. A. M., meottou
, Ike .'mii anil i eunruay oi eaco uioniu,at
"t V l..u....t Unll .
' V' BENBY BOtt, W. M
; RttHAiiMoitoAS, Beo'y.
''' atl.or.V VNPAVPMUNT Ta bs. 1 fl fl. F .
Rjeeleon Ibe tlret and third Ttlday nlghte of
.!...'"; '. K. A. 8AIKB, 0. P.
, t(eii J. D.Kro, Scribe. j
p CLA8 LOIKiK, No, 4, I. 0. 0. ".. metaon
' wry WMlaeaday alflit, m the Odd rellowe'
' Ball. - B. W. UUJiT.N.
' T. 11. Davinpoit, Srtary. i
4. wi'Li, Teaaa A. T. Midi, Illinois
' T yilLS I BEEDK,
LIVB STOCK ' i
Copimission Merchants ,
i And Knusiis City.
WAII baslmss transacted at tbe Kansas Stock
,, ,Tai4a, Kauxaa Cily.Uo. lllec 14.W:tf.
5 " JjllS. M.J. J0IINS0N,
'' '"trnttctttitj Informs the jblle that she bas
il , '" reoeifod her fall stock ol
I MILLINER Y GOODS,
J, , '. .''V,-'. ' Consisting of , -
.i.Xadios & Misses' Hats and
I; : . . . Bonnets.
Togstlior with Trimmings of Every Kind,
, towhkib she Invites the attention of her friend
and tlx vubllc Ktinerally. Uershop la intbe Crutch
' tm4 eloaaa, at tba Uoiwtou nt. eiurau au. 6:if
Jj'NNI & SIMON,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
., ' NOBTH SlDK Or OuMHIIRCK 81,, ,
i few doors East Public Square.;
.' i! ' V hasp a full stork af the beat material on hand
,,r ' iniis.aadare prepare) iodo the beet of wofk.
atttniloa paid lohoe work and repairing
a-. ,,weacan Binun,
Jaiee 1, IHTi-MM.
if .li;.,.. 1.-1.,, . a-
Di . Lici:i co.,
V i -. i. ( V.'ji'f t. 'l! 'V
1 s i
' ' Cotton eSc Wool ITaotors
COMMISSION ; MERCHANTS
: ,' ,', Tetmnut U. T. ?. &. S.rl I
1 cirtlcanal Ennif b& Dallai.
f la) attention paid to receiving tad forwardlaf
' si-j and prod are. Ounslinments teeprctmlly so
Lewd, ' wtboiue Dear depot. , 4: If.
LIBERAL EEUiBJ) .
V ILL be paid r the return. r M nimtlna (hut
W tuail lo lae recorfr) vi ine luiniwiux uiiierinaa
, la Holm from lb nnd.riignl at Buck Mill,!
we oolorad mare niuis, cmaniy ruacnea and
d.aad braadsdD Don left sliontifr. -
Dallas T'-xaa ; or
tl. A. TDhNKR,
uak llilU Teaai.
UMMhmrj 1 st, 1 S 06.
f 0. JORDAN & CO.,
DallAn. v Tern.,
B.P. AlSPAlCn, - - Cashier
FIRST flASS PAFKB DISCOUNTED AT RE1S41.
ABLE BAT1. (UI IKITIUNS II1IIK ul
pM or Ike I'ilon n rrnllli' rurpron:(UT-
GOLD, 8ILYEB AND Cl'ltBENCY !
l draw at ilflit for Ovid anil Currenry iu
amoauta to suit t
Sai iuon, perklua A Co., M Wall St.
lVmimau'H R.tvini lhstitution.
IVrkina, Swenioo A Co.
Hall, Hutching- A Co.
OPEN. FROM 0 A. M. till $ P. ,U
V are agents far tlw follnwlng K list Cl ise In
suraiice CoiufMuiHa, uii.l tike rUks at rites estib
lialio.1 by the Dallas Board of Uudrwrltora !
r'lUNKLItf FIKK INSURANCS CO.,
of f IilI A.l -1 , Ak.'Ij. ...3,:110,:llOM
ol Hiirtl.it , Cull ii., Auuts f'J.iOO.OOOlK)
8TATB INHURANOK CO.,
of ilanltial. M i , Hill Awta y....e,nt0,000l!0
MEKi:iiANTs MUrUAl, LliU IN.- HAN'UK C..
oMlilvoAlon,Oanli sxmsrt'ull tiaiJ,.jj.-)U.UllllU(l
TFXAS BANKINU AND INSultANCK CO., !
iti)ilviston, Cub Caiiltul tMI.OOOOH
PLANTERS' INSUItANCK Co.. 4
of lluustou, Toxin, CiHli Oiplt.il trrtVllXOO
T. V. JOKDAN & C(.
The Oth Annual Sci4tii.il
WILL COMMENCE IN THE i
' ;' ' - - i
hi Cellcge Building Vuttdaj.Sept. 16, 1S72, i tltiitj4il"3
Second Term Ecyina Monday, Fti. 3, 1(78.
Rev. W. II. Scales, A. M., rnncVl
Mm. M. B. llunsoN, A. M., . Assial.ni
Miss Kliia J. May, Asst. Piiniaiv Dip'l
Mas. Wary Si-tion, . Mate.
hates or TTjincrf,
Per Term of Four anda Half Monw;
Use of Piano m...,.,....,M
,.$10 Oil to (10
llilMI, ft 110
, 2uouio Sim
11 lu or Greek One Dollar tnr 1111111I1 ejtra.
Tuition payable ui a-old, br tlie Ti rui. one In
alvaune; mid when nut Ibuai uaid, inteieiit f ID
per udi. till paid. Pupils churned iron tut ran"
to Ibe close of the Tur.a. Deduction only , forak
seiica by .icknesa of two weeks or more. ' 1
Board in good families at $16 per uioutb-tuie-
uaM 111 uevaacv, . e
SMALL BOYS ADMITTED,
Ann 17 iu72-iu,tl W-n-HCALEi!
LAND LOCATING CONPAN
n Office with Ault, Jenkins A Anil, j
John Ilcnry Brawn, President, W. f, Cnmnilat ,
Ageul, Pierce W Brown Treaaara
W B Aailt Secretary.
DIRECTOBM. ' ,
John Henry Brawn, ' W. F. Cumuli),
J. K. Ilawkiun. W. K. Ault. I
0. H. Jeuklus, 4. W. Dunnu,
,.t 1 : Fierce w. B.ovn.
This onmpany was organised and char tern! (lir
the sole purpose of Locating Tia Land Cortilbt.
lee on Commission. CoiubusiUuim une.aiilb iultn
eat in the Kudu or, where aa iu ni-h as a League ui
labor it iiivcii, lu ciinta pi.r acre.
All couiiuuasoatlous should be addresiied to I
8ecl'y Teias Land Lecatiug Conjpanj.
rno TI1K FARMERS OF Dallas. Kail'-
X man, Tarrant and Parker countits.
TIIOS.FIRLD, Dallas, Teias, Is sole agent fur lie
above uauied couu ties. for ;
WALTER A. WOOD CELKBEATED MOW ills
AN ' bKAr-KlW.
Every Machine sold a-IU b guaranteed to be
good as any Mowing aud Reaping .llacbiue la
SEND IN YOUtt ORDERS EARLY. ' '
Tlie Machine will be soi l on eauy terms. Tie
folllowiug named faruurs have ued tliu Woo 1 .ba.
ouine: . : 1 ' (
Mr. A.J. Jesner. 1 --
YYai. llamas, Near Breckenrldge. t
J B Jaikxon. , ) . , , , , . j
' DrlChw. I. Kelfe- Dallas
Mr. Jno. Jordon Dnck Creek
J. 8. Frost Moeqoele Creek,.
;!..-; -n-i'i , TnOS. FIELD, . !j
Snccessor to Field Brlhrs, 1
Main Street, llallas Teias.l
DLL. KLLIOTT 0. W. TIITUSM
Medicines, Paint'i 61aif, Oils,
PATENT, MED IV IN fit
c. v.- .- v r'"' i .' i -I'-'-'f-a
FASCI GOODS, lc
la tbelr mw Bolldli (, North aid eof Sqwsre,
DALLAS, - - - - TEXAS,
Would reanrnlAiUv lnl,rni IA nnl.lUiihat l,e
have now. and will continue to keep ou hsndafull
s'lFfij vi evury amuoi goou. in inair line, ann
would Millclt a share of publia patruug, Tblr
druei art warranted frpaV and para. . j
Aa experienced Braggart ajwayi praisnt to 111
PhealilUiiM PvaMiirlnllAna. .. .
8, 8. Jones T. J. Oiouudl
S. JONES A CO.,
NEXT DOOR TO ADAMS LENOHD'S BANK)
i , . . ' ' - 1 ' i i
Elm Street, - - Dallas. Texas.
TOCK DE.VLKR3' I10TEL,
. TI1B BEST HOUSE IS
Opened January 1, 1873,
. TWO STORY BRICK. .
NORTH MAIN STREET.
A. LAIIKIN, Proprietor.
Feb. ll.dlnio . ,
piFIY PER CENT. MADE ON
I will sell mv Store H nun. on Elm street, nnnnalle
Block, Jetl llo'a. neat iloo.- to Utrllnntuti. Mur.
a., Ilia A Co. 'a, now occupied by tl. YY-ihl, aud reined
until UotolHir at one nuu lnil iluliars per month
in niivaiico. me a, use is au loot tun j oy aj wiue
lot loo luet. i
Will be auld fur? J,50n c:.li. It li In tbe hnirt of
the biislueasc-mierol Dillaa and the lot alone in
a abort time will be worth tin pim-luu. nioiiHV.
A pi 1., t Messrs. Jeffries A Terry or 111 xk , Jell A Co
TlTAAiriGI We are the Agents or tke
MliVlUO. , CELEBRATED
or Near York, which we are Belling fit ruantifac-
turr'- i.rft'os. Foi duvubillty, nwuiuenn, fiill
; ii h unil ricliae oIIoiih, wor'kmtiirihijmud 11 n
irsli. they imt nnriK-weilly wny iiiBtmti:ot
iiiitil In (hi cuuuiry. AwpU the dvlay and
rik of hii)itiF by mn:lmxiuK uf hi. Kvor.v
I'Luio U KK'tmnli'LHiidtlift lhyiimirn)ti ofthttm
nu hi ua Hud tlie eucumtitniB) olleailingurtiett
u.i to tUe mi'rild of tlue Piiiiici,ouUt to (fdllaiy
ttiu UritidioiiM uoHiiolMi'iir.
I'IKKCK St LYLKk
noUrfmna, Mitn nlro-t, LmIIhi.
Notice U hereby alven that the co-nartnerabln
t-ereloliire oAiatititf l-oiween Walter and William
C.irittli, iiuili-r tlitf Hrm nuu-'of VY. Carutn A Bi-o
la tills day dlMoivsd by mutual const lit, and that
llin'tald Waltor Cariltll alono la niitliuris.d to set
tle the outstanding binineis of Kali1 Urtu. He nuy
lie found at Iholuwofllce ol'R II Coilbaliour, iu tlie
city of Dallas, on Moudiiy and latntiliiy 'of each
week, unl II ths 10th day of March next, ready qo
mnkeaud receive nayiueats, alter wbivli lime fur
1 her iudulgence willuot be given, tbisEeb. 11. Itifjj
. i - v
JAl'FMAS lOUSTY LAND AGKSCI.
PlSHEILL & WATERS,
REAL ESTATE A INSURANCE AGENTS AND
BANKEBS. ' . ' , !
W represent tor ourselt ea, and, a Agents, ovf
llbtitlu acn iu huuiiuaa.connly. .
Hee il, 12-lMt I
0. Ei KKLLKkj
J. L. W. PHARfj
JELLEll 4 PIIARES, I
Office on M iln street, north aide of pnli. ijr over
Pre . Elliott s Steveusnn'l drug store, 1 I
Dal law, TexaJ
Offlca hours Iron 0 o'clock a. m..nntl!4 o'clock
p.m. ; . , j ; j . noU'ininwwii j
Subscribe for the Herald. j
JjRl'flS AND rnOTOORAPIHO
Williams & Crowd us,
WILLIAMS & MASTEN.
Wl! keep ceoatuollv on batfil a ooa
f'clo Btook of
DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, 1
FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, j
' SlRtionarjand, Tobaeco. .. '
Alio lite ouly CoRiplel Sloes; of ;
, n Northern Texas. . . j
We will sell si Cheap us the .Cheapest
Alive a a o.tll before rmrehnsing elsewhere
I'laee of buiinesa Cor Main anj Jeflersoo
8treels. Dallas, Texas. " ' 22:1
:. ;,-.-. .a Dailas, TxAi, r , c i x
Jlecently of Jackson,- Mississippi,
Will giro strict attention to any business entrusted t
hlu iu Krai Eitate and Couutercial mavters. ,
REFERS, BY PERMISSION, TO i
linn. R. M. T. Banter. Vs.: Prltchard t Blckhanl
N. O.; lion. Wni. L. Bbarkey Waeliwigton, ft C,
B.J, Hart ACo.,N. O.; Hon. A. O.Brown, Mhu.i
Pike, Brother A Co., Baiikiira, N.O.tPuyua. Damrrnn
Co., N.O.i W. B. 8clilITclio A Co.,N. Y.; X. II. i
.1. M. AHenkOu'.. M. 9.: Bhryock A Rowland, fl.
Louia, ln ; Klchardson A May, N. 0.; WheelncH,
r inlay a lu.. a. u.i nan. iiyooa a vo n. o-t n-
eilgarten al CUV, rnna i narreu nitcueu at via,
Loniavlllr, Ky.lJ. B. Buwiaan, Laalngtoa, Ky.t A
P. McUrayey, flarrudeburg, Ky David LauJielb i
11. 1'biU. i
Buaiuoss Corrwpnndence prflaiplly observed whef
post expeniies are advancol j
Offlce, for tbe pnuwut, oader Dallat Library..
TAKE "NO T I 0 E .
.Waalso-septuwia flrat elaeallfelael''., and
will soon have Ibe Agency 101 a no. i rire ins. ;o.
auitl. .. J.8. 8UKK.
iasi'i RoojLT. mnais w. la-tn. w. . acoaii
OAJllKL U008EVELT 4C0., '
.,, and Vi'boleaale Dealers la
' HAKDWAKE, CDTtERT, .
' OXj"JJJ)B X3to. Sto
XI, Duan8trt,Kov Voik. UlwasuJro ?
THE DAILY HERALD.
I. McOALKll, KdUor.
Wbaaraauthorlred toraceiva auUcrluilou. aail
advarllsiug for IhaDaiiy and Warkly Hkbaak
J.C. Chew, JOi) Bnwilwav. New York: fl. P
R.mellA Co., 41, Park Row New Yo k; Cna
Weatberill Co., Phlladeldlila I Urlffln A lloltman,
lUlllnnire; T. llclulyre. New Oi leans; E. 11
The Value of Beauty. "
' At a rocont ngriculttfrul mooting'
in, Pennsylvania: it was discussod
whether it was worth whilo, from n
monetary point of view, to oriia-
nit farm grounds. It is remark
able that, of , tho groat number of
things discussod, no question Hoom-
odso very interesting." Ono would
think that such a subject needed no
discussion ; but whou we drive thro'
tlie country and see so many furm
liouses not only without beauty,
but absolutely without comfort
and oven in defiance of till beau ty:
us if a cheerless,'' miserable condi-!
tioh were actually preferable- it is
clear that the question was not at
all a pointless ono. -
Ono speaker at that meeting put!
the mutter in a practical light , in
thiBway. If, ho asked, wo, are
buying apples in the market, and
luwo two samples before us bath
largo, both of equally excellent
uvor, both in fact precisely the
same in every respect except that
one is of a green, uninviting tint,
and the Qilior red and rosy which
do wo take? Indeed thoro is in
every breast a lovo of beauty, am)
in many rocpocts it is all wo li vo
for. Wo like this world because It
is beautiful ; because tho flowers
bloom, tho trees grow, . ntid the
birds King ; becausa our eyes, ears
and ull our senses are pleased ; an
because it is ' beauty which lend
more than any other element those
charms of life which so delight us
and, whethor wo are consuious of
it or not, it enters InrgeJy in all our
calculations iwto what wesuall buy
aud what wo will own;
To mako our homes beautiful
should be one of the objocts of our
lives. Tho mero making money U
all very well. It is indeed one
tbo virtues. lie who is willing
work, and in anxiouso make and
save money by bis hard labor, may!
have vices ; btft ho is seldom so
coarsely bad as the shiftless spend.
thrift who, while ridiculing the sav.
ing habits of parents or friends, iij
yet willing to borrow from or Bpeo
money, or, them., But. too ofton
theso , praiseworthy,, , frugal,, iind
saving habits (logon era to into a rule
in life, and very liule'liappinoss or
good results from the money made!
A very littlo of these savingsa
very lilt'e timo spent in beavtify
ing ono's homo put a new phase
on exintonce;(and wu really believe
men would live nn average oi ten
years more than they dy if they
were to sny once in a while, " bo-
(rone, Hull care in lite more mat
ter of money-making; and dovoto a
little time each day or so to mak
ing a sort of Eden of their homo and
tho surrounding), nut it is not so
much of the mero plcasuo that wo
would speak. ' There - is nctuallv
monej' in beauty. As the speakor
above - said of a beautiful apple, so
it is of a beautiful farm,-" As a gen
oral' rule," a pliico in which taste is
exhibited,, and, qvorything U koptj
up in nice stylo, will bring doubly
that in which misery and ruin rules
complete'. 'It is to bo noted, howj
over, that these pretty placet ar?
seldom for sale., - Those who cnlti.
vato those tasteful, Ii'abit8( with the
viow 6f Belfirig their places' in con!
sequence of improving thorn, seem
t6 thrive tiiVebnsoioualyi in every
Other way: and in that time cpme
to tro conclusion that they can afr
ford it, and may aa well onjoy life
in tho midst ol beautiful surrnnd
ings, as to boII otit for other people
' Mr. Dunlap, theublo bgrietiHoral
correspondent of the.Chieago Tn;
b'unc.'rccenlly remarked in a speech
at Indinnapoll6,'that!in Illinois not
manv roars ago, it was -vary easy
to fine bome ono who would' Boll '
tium an4 it waa caay to tjnd money
onough to -buy j but we fiud few
farms for sale now, bocauso the,
tastes of the'people are- t ocoming
cultivated, and homos are made
more attractive than Tormerly by
tho addition of such things as
mako them pleasant. This is pre
cisely our own experience. A pleas
ant furm house always pays. It
pays us in pleasure as we go along;
it pays us in good habits, which
bring us money in many incidental
ways; pays us in the good moral
effect and ciioerful contontmoiit it
gives to our families j and, if , wo
want to soil after all, it will bring
fa doublo what it would if wo had
neglected all theso things'. " '
, Chicago Eolipsed.
Chicago, It li generally f conoedeJ,
jlatuls pie-eajinenlly and alone iu
the frcqueuoy of lie elrauge elopemenu
and lie legal machinery (or obtaining
divorces, ludeed, il la earniug the rep
utation of a iaradiso for those whom
tbe yoke of wedlock chafei. It olio re
quick release both to the oppressed hue
band aud the masculine wife. Hut Chi
cago, with all iie feoundity of Invention,
can eoarcely OJiistruot a atory that will
equ.vl , ia, Ha plot a recent elopement thai
occurred a few days ago in Tattnall
county. . , ' ; ' ' ' .. -..'
There ia a man living it Tattnall who
had a beautiful wife, whom be married be
fore the war. When the call to arms
came from lilchmoud, (he husband, the fa
ther of a ley and girl, the latter now sev
enteen, and the .former fifteen, left his
home wiib niauy oibere and look the Held.
He was absent for several years. Mean
while, a iirotiiiuent oifiiea of Tattnall, a
men of liigli position and aome ability,
appointed by ihe govornuieut a cotton
iigcul, spent much of his time iu the oom
piuiy of the soldier's wife, and eventually
grew unduly intimate ; ,
lliiusulf a man of family, contrived to
send his own wile dull children lo liinnos
viUe undor pretext of eduoniionul advau
lageH, und the uoant thus cleared, pursued
his uulawl'ul iutimuoios seoure fiuiu io
lerrnption. At the oione of the war Ihe hnsbaad re
turned. The disturber of his peace having
a lftfga amount of cotton,ott hand, belong
ing to lli tvOiilederate government, oou
verted it into gold. A nob. umn, now, be
employed thia uiuuspeciiug obiieole lobie
wuliea from lime lo time, ou ipeoial busi
ness, which called him away from home,
Menu while tbe ex-ageut made good use of
tlu tiuiu tliUJ guiued,i id b'ui.'d himself ia
putting bis property in sttah a Shape ai to
remov t It at the shoriest notice, tl is plana
perleoted, at latt, be purqlia-ies a One
wagen and pair of fleet mules, sends his
own wife, lo oarry imnortaut papers and
makes ready to . elope. The woman, the
object of his nffecliouv, nothing loth, puts
her two children to sleep, takes tbe three
born out of wedlock, and leaves ibe bouse
of her husbaud with the spoiler for parts
The children, thus deserted, awskeolng
in tbe morning, missed ibe heartless
ihiui they called mother, lleing interro
gated, , they reply that they left their
mother in the house the nigbl before, and
now they know not where she Is. A Search
is Instituted, and the wire anl ber wear
ing apparel goue; lb three ebildren are
gone, ibe mules are gouo, and the wagon
aud owuer gone. . K or have their wherea-
boulr. been ascertained, hut il is thought
ihe fugitive pair have emigrated lo Tex
as. '; '.
In cool calculation and bold execution
ip shrewdtieBt aud seoreoy j in wiokednesi
and andauily, this 1 instance, of.madorn
ialhfulni'is ou the part of both husband
aud wife, out Ilerods llotod, and
challenges the chronioles -of Chicago to
pioduoe a parallel. ,
The New York Herald, ike best Inform
ed A serioao. journal on Spanish affairs,
has die following in regard to the present
ppiiry of Cubn. Now is ber lime to strike
if she would be free and independent:
It is lime now to Bay that it is Impres
sible for tfpuin to carrv out this policy
The proclamation of Ihe Republic has
burst asuader the bands which bound Cu
ba lo i Ibe mother' oounliy. , Tbe Cubans
owed allcgisrce lo ihe crown cf Bpaln,uot
lo Ihe Spanish people. The chain of vns
ittlage has been broken, and it will be tbe
fault or the Cubans tncmseives ii mat
chain ftytt again fetters tbelr liberties
The Cubans hive uow ft full aud fair right
to do wbal the Spaniards have done in Ihe
mother country te proclaim themselves
free and Independent. , What republican
Spain ought to do ie plain. The Cubane ought,
lo be -oiboiaiiy in'ornieu m toe onange
which bas taken place in tbe borne gov
ernment. There could bono objeolion to
tbe expression of a desire on the pari of
men. no In power mat me uuoaos of an
classes might see their' way lo remain
gpanisn subjects, and eo continue in ieu
era! relation lo the mother country,
Th Paria street aino-ers are ml Oermlt.
led to carry on their business without.
registering tiieir numes at me poiioe nu
nuartara. and nosoniioan he kunz until
it has obtained efiioial approval. Each
registered singer is supplied who oaugo,
which must at all, times be produced upon
tba request oi uie ainnoiiuea. au num
ber is limited le one hundred, but at pres
ent there are not more than about sixty.
The principal itinerant sMgster ia Julie
Beaumeoter, who ie as well known through
out all Paris ae tbe President of the Ro
n,.Klie, lie ia aaiil to have made a lane
lorlnne by bis trade, and ie fai more tepe-i
ble or giving man naif ine peopte was
diop rranee into his bat. The applicants
for badges are closely questioned by the,
authorities, tbougn weir voe-n powers r
seldom lkan into eoosldeistion., , . 3
Bootb, the well known aolor, bad a bro
ken bote, i A lady QBoe remarked to him,
"I like your acting, Mr Bootbt but, to be
frank with you, I oa'i get oeryor oae."
"No wonder, madam," replied he, "the
bridge, ia gfloe."
In Cinoinnati-"lIen and Women of
we r arnao"
Cincinnati OaieUe, F.b, 1.
Minnie Myrtle Miller, wife of the noet
Joaquin Miller, addressed a) fair sited and
Intelligent audienoeal the Opera heusa ia
Hamilton, on Friday evening last, on
'Men and Women of the Paoitic.1 This ie
a 'later production than' that upon the
character of the poet, and upon a subjeot
wilh which Ihe general public are ,acaroely
more familiar. Oregon, the home of the .
leoturer, waa morn particularly dwelt
upoi. : Her descriptions of Ihe meunlal- '
beers and miners, and of "eooietv" in the
regions where women ere scarce and
ruiiu are plenty, were listened lo with In
terest, lltr lively Incidents relatlus? to
Ike traveling ia Ihe mountains, her vivid
word plotures of ihe magnificent Colwm
bia, aud the aketehee of Califorslsns and
grqwth af literature on tbe coast, showed
an amount of observation and an ability
to use wnai see bad pbserved, with whloh
women aresoioaen aeoredlied. 1 '
Interest In the leoturer Ie certainly not
lessensd by either the person or'deporu
raoni of, Ibe deoturer. . She ie somewhat
above tbe medium height, with large soft
gray eyes and a wealth of dark brown .
hair, railing In Urge ringlets over he ,
shoulders in such oarelfil profusion ae lo
bewilder the investigating eyes of even -those
who are thoroughly familar with nit
the mysteries of hair dressing. Properly
peaking the Is not an elocutionist, but '
ths enunciation being quite dlstleotawd
oleur, the manner natural, and her ideas
accompanied with a quiet playing over
ihe features of an ex preeaive faoe, no sin
gle shade of meaulng ia lost to the hearer.
Her style of addressing an audienoe,
ihough suitable to the parlor, ia yet power
ful and effective on the platform. Bhe is
at once a woman of bbservaiion, discern
ment and of a deep poetic character, and
whoever hears her .will feel compelled le
admit that. If Joaquin Miller it a remark
able man, Minnie Myrtle Miller Is a more
In conversation with Gaxelte reporter
on Saturday last, Mrs, Miller expreased
regret that the misapprehension seemed
to ex 8ft among some people that ber
tour was undertaken only with the
object af injuring tbe reputation ef btr .
husband, an object wbioh she disclaimed,
withinl qualification. 8he regards poets
as a kiud of publia properly, whose do
mestio , lives and eharaoterl, crowded full
of ecoentrrcllies and incongruities, and
tustinoia as worldly as those of their ful-'
low men, otmbtlo be as generally known
as their poems.' The world now. knows
something of the domestio lives of Byron
and Moore and (Shelly, and has not lost its
admiration for their genius. ii '
Mrs, Miller feels at boon In Southern
Ohio, having been born at Oxford, and
tbeie attended ecbool until ber ninth year.
Her father, a man ol nomadic and restless
disposition, then moved Weal (about twen.
ty years ago) and continued le mote, as
civilisation, followed, until be reached
Cape Blanea, iu Oregon, where his. bones (
now lie burled. Bbe thinks of visiting
Washington, and tbeuph at present unde
cided as to ber Immediate course, expects
lo return to tho West, where her children
remain, and resume. Br literary work by
the completion of number ef articles and
skeiohes wbioh ehe left in an unfinished
condition on leaving ho'e.
s . v ABoy iPnjpoM. ;
When Warren Hatrtlage waa a Is only
even years old he lay ono day beside a
Utile rivulet that flowed en toward the Isle;
there be farmed , the purpc which was
his guiding star through life. His parents
were in reduced eireumstanoes, but de
scended from a nohh family The boy's
ambition was to win baok the lest estate
of his ancestors lo make Dalyesfori . bis
home. To this purposo be steadily ad
hered. Every aim end purpose nf bis
boyhood was associated with this purpote .
It seemed like ike 'romantic eay-drcnme
of a boy very likely never le be realised.
The young Hastings sat on the same bench
in ibe village school with the peasant
children wilh whom be played, and to nn
outward observer there wae little to die.
linguiah him from tbe rest. Buitbe workl
in the boy's heart was ns difiersnt from
their aspirings as If he belonged to nn
oiher planet. He held on. to this great
life-purpose of winning bok bia family
lands all thtongh his y6utb and. mauhood.
Through bis cbeokered life-history this
was like a alar ever leading biui en. , And
suocessat last crowned his efforts. lie
was able to buy the beautiful fields nod
parks of his ancestors, and rebuild, ibe
mansion; and here ibe, last days of bio
toilsome life were spent. ' , , " ; ;
- A well Informed correspondent ef the
New. York Tribuoer writing from Pnrls,
says that in, the spring, foehlooi of ihe
last century will be Imitaied. There will
be skirts as narrow and tight as a lady ,
can inoonvenisntly walk in, pyramidal
oolffures, huge, butiooe, high peikted heele,
hairarrenged in tbehigbeetposslblestjTvt.
bonnets , yet higher, all without crinoline,
without lournure, without peeler. ,
A pbantaemogern of limp figures nrlee
in skirta, cut umbrella abape, with handle
down, and never a fold ie lead a passsag
grace le forms nadisguined by soperfluous
drapery.". , - ,,..! ;.: .... ; i
And then tfrjen'tifen do not marry
their grandmothers, ibey 111 marry souse
ibing that looks very muth llkeUtsea, rr
, ., ,,. -a -a , i , i
Powin or Temptation. -I know from
iperleice that bablt ran turn direct op.
position to every eoovlollon of tke esiau, :
and but little aided by . the sleaienio of
temptation induoe a, repetion ef ibe, most ,
unworthy way. The mind ie week where
it bas once given way. It is long before
a principle restored oan ' become ae erne
that h'a never been staved. It ie ae in the
ease of the mound uf the resereor, f tbie
mound bae in one place been, broken'; i
whatever eare has been taken to mako tbe
repaied part ae airong ns possible, the
probability is that, if it give way again,
that it wjll be Ulhal plaew. : .
A jiniWetan from tbe Smerald lalo was
about to be vaeelaated from the virus of n
Tentonie individual nl tbe Qulnoy City
Dispensatory the other day, an' Pal
ajtidt "howld.jer villain, don't jr bo af.
. I . - llnlMkM&M ana a.MiMja
yajraiiailf v iivwawaH -aw w. w. .