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1). MrCAIVICIl, Kcllw.p. Our Aft-nla, Who trf ullii rlrxl luiel nil.wr liillftin anil J raril.lr.ir for the VnWy nnil WwViy lliaai.ii: j.r, rinw.itwi H'fwp. Vm Turki o r Iti.fll C 41, I'mk Ho" Kw Villi IV Wr-alhrrlll if t'o.. ft' I till. In llrifln A Hi Cnmii. Iliilllmiiiit T. tlrhityif, Kw liilwii.; V. II llu.liliiir, I r t i lion. .It.o. W, I hi.". AikIIiii l.m TbiIii'i ii, '.IU I'IIHIM'I,HI. l.nllli, II". J. W, T1IHOI IflOHTON, of Collin. TlT.SnU, MAT 20. ISM. OVfl VIENNA l,KTTVR.-Vo.1. 8iff lul Perrfff oniirrHni f ilif rllii IIfrilil. Virtm, Ai'rrrm, April 17, WX Th firocplnr nf llin Writ AiiMllliinr h fniiml (hut It In Tory tlirfiotiU to Trn. culmtlnla th Until nfOfnsrj to ennntruol All tlii htillillnp nocppRnry for m (rrcul n nMliltlnn. Tl wni no rnny (ftnU to car hpfnrehnnrl how munli pna wmiM h re. finlrM rtv uny tiiuion, WotiM Prnmla. wlm hn lier-n for cfnliirlon ao Jnlniis nf Infliimnn nf AimtrU, do mimli to iiinVo (hid exposition it hiooikh? Franco iiinli'r lha empire hml Inul it brilliant hiiucfhh In her Exposition UnWenmla, nml woulil hanotnn nnnlent thnl no ureitler hoiilil hn (tin? Hut the truinnprn lnlit their pinna and maile their oalenlntinns ncoonl. ItifC to the heal nf Ihclr ability, ami el' moved along atnnolhly until the French aakeil for nnd reoeived five trnnneplfl in (he main liiiiMliiR, In addition to their ;ro rtia in the rnhtnda nnd nit pnllery. AiMoon as this became known a gener al feeling of liNfillHfuctlon waa manifest ed among the (Ioniums. Inniimernlilo eomplaintt! were till ere J, aud a inultilmle of charge brouplit againat llaron Srliwuri, who, by the way, has been I he orlginalor and manager, the head anil hand of the exhibition. He wan charged with show ins iiarlialilv toward (he Fronoh, nnd with giving all the bout apace to foreign rs, time defrauding his own penpls. Germany, who had held back, giving no encouragement, and making no demands for epaoe, now rushed forward loudest of all, In' complaining. Franoe, said they had about sixtv thousand tnusrt foet of space, while all Germany had hut somo thirty ihouxaud, and Munloh alono want ed nearly all of the room that had been aliened to Germany. A flail l Gorman artists wna then issued, uniting forth that, as they had been virtually ruled out of the . exposition, it would bo bolter to scuil all nf their productions to Muuioli, nnd thore ' hold an art exhibition of their own. Karon Sebwari was certainly In a more difficult position than the old man and his boy and donkey that we used t read of in our lohool readers who tried so hard to pleat everybody, But the Baron still continued his efforts. He asked the French Commissioner if it would not be possible for him to relinquish one transept. The Commissioner replied that he would consid er the matter. On reaching his hotel he addressed a note to Ibo llaron saying thai he would relinquish all the space allotted to the French, and should return to l'aris in the morning. The Baron called at once on the French Minister, stated the facts and made explanations. The Commis sioner was persuaded to reliuquiah his proposed trip to l'aris, and the French re tained the amount of space first granted J, To furnish room for all, new buildings have been erected and are still under pro. ocas of erection, foundations having been laid as lute its April tl). The Germans are jealous of their repu- tation as an art-loving and an art-creating people, and are entering with spirit into competition with the Frenoh, who claim, and, as some think, justly, to lake prece dence of all other nations in art. Aud the French finding that they had, with all their room, not space enough, have erect. ed, at their own expense, and at a cost f over sixty thousand dollars, three frame Tiavilliona, over the courts that separated their transepts', thus adding three-fifths to the original amount of room. In all arguments on the "Woman Ques tion" it is generally Btatod that Women are not as capable of enduring severe physical labor as men, and, therefore, are not to be allowed the political rights of men. If the "therefore" follows logically from these premise, then there are plenty of women in Austria who are qualified to vote, for many women have rendered good servioe in constructing the buildings ef the Welt Ausstellung. - They have worked side by side with men in oarrylng, bricks and mortar, and in fctohing and drinking their allowance of beer, which of course, goes to demonstrate their equality. Bricks and mortar are not carried la "hods" on the shoulder, but iu buckets, on the head, and these women ascend and descend ladders with their burdens, as far as one can observe, as quickly and easily as the men. Two women will mix the mortar, two will draw a large wagon load of it from one plaoe to another, and those who carry, it fill their buckets, set them upon small oushion that they wear on top of tbelr head and march up the highest lad. dor, no favors being shown to them on ao- count of sex and supposed consequent weakness. Of course the equality is not absolute, fer the woman who does eq ual work with the man receives less pay, and this, you know, demonstrates the superlorily of mankind. The Welt Ausstellung is the great com moa topio of conversation, and the pre ceding shadow of the coming event is al ready upon us. Prices are rising, and and the spirits of many consequently de clining. The shop keepers and provision dealers weir e satisfied smiio, but the poor hfgln lo Ir.eV dlcnnr(fed and In In. quire, ' Where will It mil?" Those who lmt a ifr.ni n ltd lint ibry enn rent me i nVrlii ll alHilruncrd rutt'i-; uml tlium wIium) I'lluclpiil Ihrome is from die rent of U I'uom 8io tlirkinr; tli"lr brad sadly, fer iby nil II a' as yattlicrels no marked influx of iriirrrts; bold ore not full, and null a iiiiiIiIIihIp of rooms sre "In let" ihut i hey who oim not alford l have Mum siund smpiy, will nut nmp much a liantufre fioui lurrcm-ril pilne. As one "frau" aald to me, 1 1 enn't afford to have my room fwpy one wwk, llirrufurv II Is butler for me lo keep IoiIiih at a small ailvanre llian to mine my price mi llml I lose my lodjicn and bavn uiy room empty," The SRfnt" nnd hurMiis whose liiinit ll l lo fimiMi rooms during I ho exposi tion, are doing much to ln'i'p prices hp, it being In ihrlr lnternl lo do an. Thui when a room is put Inio the ir hands, Ihi'y ny, "Veil do not ask enniigth for It", so the price Is raised, and n a eoiisrqiienes the room remaltisriiiply. During lh winter there were over eighty AiimtIcuii l'r, here but et present not more lhan twenty r. main, and the number Isdnily ilcciTiinltir Tlirv hii v 'Mirices are l mi liiifh, we call t ilfl'ord lo alnyW Tim Huater ceremonies Inivo been nb nerved lu duo form. On llio dnyof the Resurrection the Kmporor, Kinptess and nil lha Court walked iagtand procession around one of tho "hofa" or courts of the lloyal Piiliioe, To-night Is given (ho grand " Citizens' Hull," in honor of tho ulliunce bciwecn Die sixteen year old Priiiooss Girela, eldest child of the Austrian Kniporor, nnd Prince Leopold, of linviu iii. The nmrriiire in lo be celebrated next Sunday. The Princess is sniil lo tc remarkably woll educated for a Princess lo he quite a in uhWmhii mid ariin, being able to play piano duels with hor betrothed, and once ImviiiR painted I ho portrait of a pen Hunt futility iu llioir holiday costume. Khe has Mi enrnent and pleasing fnce, but hns not fully Inherited the beauty of her mother, who in called ilic most beautiful of tho ruling women of F.ti- rope. WKl.TAl'SSTlil.l.lJNG l.TIFOKTANT lIM OVI!HV. Tlv OriutUHl l'iino( tin- Illlilo. In lha Paris Monde lllustri', of tho dale of January 11, Ihero is mi iiniolo by I.eo do Hernanl, hoariug I lie ubovv III In and relating lo en important nrcl iroiopirul discovery nimlc iu I'lili-tiMiui by At. t-li Cleruionl-tlinnenu. This, dincovery styled by M. lU-nnn "the inorl important discovery that has ever liccn nnlo in 11)0 Keld of oriental epigraphy, consists of Hebrew inscription daliug buck lo the. year n'.in 11. t ., wmcu conimns an'imj; nili er things, tho n nines of Menu, king of Mo ah, Oinri, king of Israel and father of Achab, which speaks of the Ariel nf Di vid, and which contains the sacred tetni gramme, Ibe four mysterious aud metis tile characters of the name of Jehovah We shall pass by with but little com ment the difficulty which M . Clermont (luuiicail experienced in procuring and transporting lo France this vnluablo rolic, and consider the thing itself aud its olaims Id recognition. The liedouiu shicks with whom Mr Gatuieeu bud been in communication had told him for somo lime of llio oxistenco of thisstoue in th ruius of a pluco called by the Arabs Dluban, lying a three days journey lo llieeast of Jcrusalom and the otber side of Jordan aud t lis lcAd sea Afior having hroeme oonvimed that there might be somrthiug iu I lie xtrunge in soriptiuns of which ho was told, Mr. Clan nean sent to Miibuti a party of Arabs lo obtain a oast of inscription, anil this, iu a damaged condition, I bey procured. Enough, however, was learned from tho copy to show it extremely dosirahli) lo oh lain possession of the stone, but imforiu nately the cupidity of ibe Arabs led them us soon as negoliutious were oommtinci.d to break the tablet up and purt with uacli piece only after ration bagging nnd at uu exorbitant rriae. However, bis etturts were finally crowned with suoocss, and the tablet was reconstructed iu its former Bbape, wilh the loss of several compara lively unimportant words. The iuterpreiation of the inscription was the next iinaertakinjr, nnd thauks to M. Uunneau i knowledge and iiersever ance, Ibo entire writing was deciphered and teund lo be a proclamation ol .Mean king of Moab, a cotenipovary of Achab and Johosaphat, relating his revolt against tho king of Israel, his suzerain, and enumer ating the but lies fought, nities luKeu, aud other labora accomplished. Not only is the inscription valuable for the histories! information, but for the fact we quote M.Ue Bernard), "that it is the mest anoient specimen known of alpha betical writieg." The translation of this text reads ai follow! : I am Mesa, son of Chamosgad the Di bouite. My father roiguod over Moab for thirty years, and I reigned after my fath er. And I built this bamat (temple) for Chamos in Qarha(lhe aeropolig of Dibon), a sanctuary of safety, for ho saved ma from ell aggressors, and made me triumph over all my enemies. Omriwas King of Israeljand oppressed Moab for long years, because Chamos was enraged against it. And his son sucoeeded him, and he, he also said: "I will oppose Moab." In my time I said: "1 will aud I will visit it upon him aud his house" And Isreal was ruined, ruined forever. Omrl had taken possession of the laud of Medeba. And he dwelt there. II is eon (Achab) lived forty years, and Chamos mndo him to perish in my time. And Chamos said to me: -' G.l Take Kebo upon Israel." I went in the night aud fought against the city, from the dawn or day unto high noon. And I took it,' and I slew all, 7, (WO cen. And the women and the yonug girls, I consecrated them to Astar Chamos. And I brought from there the vases of Jehovah, and I dragged them in the dust before the face of Chamos. , And the King of Lracl bad builtVahaa, and be dwelt there at the, time of bis war against me. And Chamos chased him from before his face. I look from Moab two hundred men in all. And I made them go up lo Vabae, and ok it, to join it to Dibon. It is I who built quarba the aoropolis wa of the forests and the wall ef the I built its gates aud I built it towers. I built the palace of the king, and I built the prisons of the in the midst of the city. And there were.no wells in tho interior of the city, io Quaha. And I said to all llio people, "make each na of yoii a wll In Ins housj." Audlditthdiioli; Uf (liiatba.for , '' It Is I whohulll Arurr, sid who made I h a rns .1 lit A I linn. " .... i It Is I who built llelli Uumoiii, winon .... ...1.- I.. .Ill II. .4.1 I was iluslruyeij, it i I won "" "'i wl loh Is powerful? atUlbonlle military ehlofsforall Hlhou liadsiihtnitwU and I llllcl ""''' ui"" 1 added lo lli laud of Muub And it U I who built "! Diblaihaini mid lleih-ilusl-Meou, aim i laised uplheie tho f 'l,B lBl1' AuJ lliiiniiiiim, where livid Jlinmus said to ire. ',0WD and ligbi ugaiiisi ll ironim, Chuuios in my man i ll would bo Ico lengthy a lask-lo relate In deliill tho lil.imrynf ibe Moahiios Ilia ilofeai nnd denlh of Arlmh, the Son ol Oinri, Kin ir . l-inel, ill. C. ''" I ws f'v llio Miikhiii'N ii simml of ri'vult. The think of Kings Mule ihnt MinIiii, King "f Muub, riliclleil iiiinliisl the ol Israel, mm refined Intuitu. Oehesias t'lslan did nut find lime to punish ibis rebellion, but l lie first esro of Joram, his brolhei', who sun-ui-u-tfil him In MM! It. I'., was Iu propose lo .losaphal, (.lehnasphal) King of Judnli, an expriliiion In (nnmioii against the In surgent MonbllM. Afterhavliig norrowlv iscaped from perls.'itng tiy tlilrsl on me w iy, the nllios (liiully imu'lied lha country of Monb, but in no place does it appear thnl (he Issue of the war, mi which puitil I he llihle Is mil verv exidicil, wus Iu fa vor of l he kinca of Inrnrl ami .iiulull. Therefure it. cull aaftly bo asserted (hill this Mraha. Kihir of Munh, is no oilier than the Mfi-aol ibis inscription, minting In a kind of bulletin of victory Ills con ! I wlih Isrnel. It should also be added ihtil In Ibe Drutiheiiirs of Isaiah and .leiouiitih there are references to lillnm and Its loriple. aud an allusion in a llirenl ot tduislisn. inenl ngiiinst Muub, lo Ibe l.oiislful proc lamation of Mesha (Mesa), Nothing, as eun he resillty seen, uus ever been ho ininoilunl. a discovery io llililioul invcsllcators, us this before mi IMililisbed chuiiler of llio Hunk of Kings, this relic of Moahtie workmanship, tellers nnd litiiri.i-v stvle. whoso -nntiniiity nnd whose exisioneii mem almost coulrndic lory. In succeeding articles iu Lo Monde llliisili', M. Deltiiinucd promises to inves tigate more fully lbs relation of the char, auti'ia of the inscription with those of later times, but although llio tni'k and its results m ut bo of the most engrojsii.g in teresl lo arnbit'obig'sls, llio simple knowl edge u( the, cxislenca of a Irensuro of an tiquity is one that suiuiiiOiiH the intention of the savans ot the world ol loners. It Is wasting lime lo bun llio :giils. KKchimge. Wo dnn t believe n word of it. The llibie says "there is ft lime lor all things," and besides, bulging Hie girls is not wast ii:r t'uno il is icrtiVd-ing tho gills, mid is a inusl d,ihtful iiiniiseinent. 'F-xchanpe. Law CiirtJs. ji)U'NuVsTI5Jlu6A''.sj" Attoruoy llnllns, - - Trxnn Will pi ll,-i- In nil tlio ciiiirti ot llio Klh ,tlstili't Aii-t I'ntln'l Mlutt Coarts. linlce ever 1'liirk A Uiyan'., iilvl-illy WM. t. .WILLIAMS. ROUT. tl. HEAY IVlIIAilS k SHAY, A TTOIINIiVS) AT I, AW, Dallas, - - Tkxas. Olltci Over Ah i Witnor'a 8ti. no'jitw-noaritlly P. 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SLEEPER," Wlinhiralpaiiil lt.it.i:l Hiiilprn lu HATS, CAPS, EOOTS AND SHOES, ANB GENTS' FTJHNISHING GOOES, KI.H STKEET, CMi'm IA U, AS, T K X M J ALIAS CITY BAKERY, Confectionery it Restaurant BOHWY & LOUPOT, PH0P111ET0B8, At their Old Stand on Main Street, Whfrc they havn lu turt a larse asuortmeut of Conffftlonerlcs of nil Kinds, I'annfd (ittotls, Ojstcrs, Sardines, Dried l'rti'ts, Etc, Ktc, Ilo will ll 1 n 0 liatK Fresh Bread, .Rolls, Cake, Etc., In cvsry variety. TUtifcfut for tin pnut lil'rnl i:irnintrc bontowud on liim htfiik-i t 'outimMiio i" mw. 7. 7iJi2:tf.H HM N Y ifr t.MIPOT or.tt, r. Ai.i'uRo, Urtlveston. w. . vr.vr. p. H. CIMUiHKKiJ St. LouU. LFORD, MILLER & VEAL, M fii'niail, (iutwoa, TVnu. A 1 To 'l, Vcnl Jt Oo., il X. Comuwrclnl St., 81. Louis, Jin. CutUu Ficlors. Gfafral Ctiniitiissiitn Scrclianlj, AXU riKCIIASINfi AliESTS. IUt-uiTi-ami TU lurnlslitil allnwiat cath ruti-s, to N iKtli fur wIimi cuttou U will. t)rJi-i nut to oith. or IniiiM lor MrrL'tiamltne, l'lautaiina -"-"I'l'l ii'o.Fi.rni litcniillii, Machlnrjr, ,-ir.,irnmi.lly HIM. Eulunse for tali on .let lurk, Xf Orlram aaJ St. Lwiii Mr.'nuii. T. C. J.iudas 1 Co., B mkors, P.illm, Tx a, will iihVo IUhmI ailvauco, on coinl-nnipnl. t pilh.ir of lb' abon bonws. J mi J Ii, IK'2-I.'l: I r A LL WHOLESALE ORDERS FOR wall Papor phoiiM tw aiHrrnnt to K. II. CihMujc. "naston, wh itock la inijionio aud pricu below oia- 5lur. li 23, lST-l.-wnWill MKS. McCONSELL & ClIESXIT, rAHittnvAnLR 5IILL1NEKS & DIt'iSSJIAKESS t.xn DKi.nrt?ix Ltir.- fprximiiso c.an'f A spit -mli.l aimrimtiit f l.ail'ot' hit o'l h .at I , ami rriniiiiiti. .l-.n'.- uu .turt u ilii't. on li-jrl'i m I a ol' KIlU itrei't. tK'twi-tl Aililill ;iu.l Lahiu atr.-.-:i , thru. ,lor. vriiil of 'ii-i-.'o! uhnr'-!i. Currency I hn d.nri.f In a nl .1... n.... .,, MAIN AND MARKET. of the (illy FRKK OK (1IA1UJE 3 RETAIL DEALERS IN IN THE REAR. lo.iif Texas, rhyslclans. j-yMTOits r.j. s. rir;i;iMiTii, IN TKXNYSO.VS xn. uni.in.Nd, Uipo8ll.' AiliiniK A t. p Ituiik. HMI JJU. T. WII-IilAMS, Surgeon & Pliysidan or'H.'K AND BKMIJiKM'K AT HIP. Jiri'CT VUVQ STOBltp M.M STIlKr T. He ulfffs lild profrMliuuiI nrrv.res to tlircltir.nu ('l'Uill.w nnU tliu lurrouiidiii cuuulr.v, JjU. J. W. MIL Mil, Physician and Surgeon, lUictfii1l. iMorins tliiirltla-w "f Putin tu-Kra!niilcl iu lt. Virginia .'tiili, Mi-ilitnl Ciill'l-' Mtirrli, li-fit, wiu- muywoii nt I'lijn tjonino IturpitKl Uiolimon-I, Va., iliilinu Ilia wiir. Tlmt b " " Mm Inri.-at lu tin- C,ini iliii.i'y, thorn m hi1'' riMiui l,,r -l.iwo t-aiiciilM. II.- linn 1w ' l'''v lirni lii'u !u Vir;iliiii from the flute of III r -til liie nth tiny ot IhwhiIht lh7J, wln-u li I"'1 "" Trxas, lull Ici.tlMl In this city ami oir,-r hi" vicix li, llio j.ulilif. Itrlor lu M'-nnra. Chirk Br an. . n. OflU-e nml if iiln.-e '-rlli uf l umt-'rl11 rrmhytni-imi i liMicli, Iii iwcmi Ituostou awl J,"" bmu atrrela. -ffa jj-Mi IELLElt & MARES, llosiitlent Dentist. Olllcc ia Jl ln Ureal, north iJcuf pub. mir.,o": Dr. I'.lllolt X Stoveimou's Jrug !" On ll un, - - Texas. Ollke lionra froui tl Vlock o. m. . "utit J o''1"" p. iu. uB.Bni-u'i ' M BS. MAltlA BINGHAM, It prcnarnl to ontr-rtuin Buanler at m ar tho corner of t:umiUHio and Murk'tirw i ami liolia parromitjo. . pEED & SALE STADIiDi SZgStnrtrTtift Whera I "III d vAJ.'Gi ndlp 'I-1"' ."" tion to murk lofi ia mj ttiargo. Sly W" :' "If I Don't Givt Satisfaction it my P"' ' J make no Charge." Otue to Ihi. wcll-knon Asara rsss tiTADiS, On Mr!;et, l"l. t!l" 1:1 "' M? " Dam-as, . - -