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TIIE DALLAS HERALD, SUNDAY MOKMNG, NOVEMBER 13, 1SS1.
DEFERRED TELEGRAMS. lienor! of the Inspector-General of Steam Vessel. Wabiiixctos,' 1). C, November 11. The supervising inspector-general of steam ves sels during to-tla submitted his report for tlio fiscal year to the secretary of the treas ury. The report shows the total number ot accidents during the year to steam ves sels resulting in tho loss of life, was ex plosion, l'j; fire, U; collisions, 7; mags, wrecks and sinking, 8; total number of liven Jost by those accidents, SW. In his report he makes some startling statements con wrniiii; dereliction of duty on the part ol Hup? rvisint! inspector.': J luring the year the supcrvisinir Inspector general made an extensive tour throueli several inspection district. IHirmg the tour there were frequent rrvelutinnsol a lack of supervision by supervising ofllcers. Seven sieamers were lound soon after the unnunl Inspection to he deficient in lite saving appliances, lilc-boats without oars, plugs or lile lines. Kor lilc-boats ol sixty passengers rapacity, there were substituted in some cases small. Ilnt-bn,-tomed skill's, unsafe for half a dozen peo ple. The complement of life-preservers was .l.ileient and those on hand were without straps: the tiro hose was worn and useless in case of lire; the boilers were unprotected by utelal, as required by law, and many other evidences of disregard of tlie'law. This condition of affairs wile sometimes the fault of licensed ollicers of the steamer who might be careless about keeping up their equipment or migiii ueeetve ine inspect ors bv borrowing equipments to pass inspection, returning them as soon as tho inspection was Over: but occasionally certificates were granted bv inspectors when tho equipments were known to bo deficient, upon prnniiscs of the parties interested to supply mem tie fnrii miviinitinir the steamers, which prom iseswere not fullilled. Whatever the cause, this abuse could not exist if supervising of licers of the service were faithful to their duties. After quoting the law detailing the duties of supervising inspectors, the gen eral savs: "It will be observed that tho law leaves the visiting of thu steamers by sitcli an nlllcer to such time as ee thinks it expe dient, and it can lie demonstrated that such visitimi was tho exception and not tho rule. A. department cannot enforce 1 ut v. the times alio lllllilliuoill nl wuicu me ivn iu nine vidual discretion." Can't Assist In tho f iiitlonu Prosecution, Nkw.vkk, Kovembcr 11. Mr. linllins has sent the following letter to tho solicitor general, at Washington : District attorney's olllce, eily and county of Newark, November In, lssl. To Una. 8. F. Phillips, Sollcltor-iieneritl: Kir You will remember my slating to you in my letter of Mh instiuil, that while I felt honored by your invitation to become the associate of the dixtingiiishcd gentlemen who represent the Tnilcd States in the prosecution of (luileau, 1 could not then dellnitely decide whether tho invitation could be accepted. 1 have now reluctantly concluded, as you have to-day been in formed by telegraph, that, much as 1 desire to take pin t in the case, it will not he prac ticable lor mc to do so. On Tuesday last 1 was elected to an olllce, the duties ol which 1 assume on January 1st. There is surely much likelihood that tho fiiiitcau trial, even if it is begun at once, will out last the calendar year. In that even I should, of course.be obliged in retire from It while it was still pending. I'lidcr the cir cumstances, therefore, 1 am compelled to 'decline your llattering proposal. Very respectfully yours, llANlKI. ti". lhlLl.lNS. Asking Abolition of Duties. l.oM'ox, November 12. Lord llarting tou, secretary of slate for India, replying to a deputation which urged the repeal of the remaining duties on cotton goods imported into India, t-aid he was nimble to give a dcllnite answer, but he. believed tho Indian government In its next budget would abol ish the duty on grey goods. The govern ment, be said, fully agreed with the depu tation as to the evil of protection, but Ton must look noon the matter as a revenue question, lie pledged Hint the duties would be abolished us soon as the state of linance permitted, Imt did not mean that the llrst surplus must be applied to that object. He pointed out that it would not bo safe to rely more than heretofore on the revenue from opium, and said that he could not hold out any hope that ho would be able to dispose with the revenue within anytime that he could forsee, but that the' growing anti opium agitation increased its precarious ness. Hherman anil Ituiiiii to Visit Atlnutn, Wasuinoton November 11. Ooneral Kaum.commissinncr of internal revenue.luis accepted nn invitation to visit tho Atlanta cotton exposition in company with (ienerid Sherman. They will leave Washington on Sunday night and remain in Atlanta Tues day and cilnrsiliiy. (ieneral llatim has not visited Atlanta sinco November loth, Mil, at which time ho was left there in com mand of the rear guard of the tenth nrmv corps, and he will return on tho 17th anni versary of that day. Two Kngllsh l'rlnce.at Yokohama. Sax Francisco. Cal., November 11. The steamer City of Pekin brings intelli gence that the British flying qundron,with two Kngtlsh princes, sons of tho Prince of ales, has arrived at l ukahoina front Aus tralia. 1 he princes arc guests ol tho gov eminent of .Taimn at Tokio. The lmv gramme of festivities hi their honorextends ttirougii seven (lavs, ami includes two ban quels W'ith tho Mikado. Fusion of Turtles. I.onpon, November 11. Tho Times cor- respoudentisayH : I'nless t lie programme of tho new trench ministry shall bo dlsidcas ing to any largo section ol the left, a fusion oi (uu tnree groups mere may no taken us nn accomplished fact. Only the extreme left has.conslitutcd itself us u separate group The New French Cabinet. Vaiiis, November 11. It Is now believed that tho cabinet will form to-morrow with fiatnhett a as president of the council but without a folio, and Mr. Dofrcytes and M. Leon Say ministers of foreign nll'airs and iinauca respectively. The Woodstock Fire. Hoston, Mass,, November 11. A dispatch from Calais, Maine, says that upward of forty dwellings and stores, besides the three churches, havo been destroyed bv tho tiro in Woodstock; loss $soAio, insurance laO.WO. Decline ot Man. Impotencoofmlnd, limb or vital function, nervous weakness sexual debility Ac., cured by Wells' Health llenewer. $1. At druggists. Depot, Uoorge T, Atkins. Mr, tllaristone at Guildhall. it la pleasant to turn aside from the tur moil of party controversy In order to wit ness such a ceremony as that which look Viae yesterday In thecltv, (the present, tlon to him of an address at the llulldhall). "I he, llrst minister of the crown, one of tin leading statesmen or his age and country, a year In the service of the tnte. -, eelved with becoming honor by "the ' 'minlclpallty of the r,rstlt, the empire On such an occasion we can all forget party for a moment and join with the city ot London in respect and admiration for the career of a man whose name belongs to his country's history. It was not because. Mr. Gladstone is tho powerful and successful leader of a great party iu the stute, not even entirely because ho is the chief of the ibi penal executive, nut because tin career has been one which places him iu tin.' ranks of F.ngland's greatest and most distinguished sons, that he received yesterday the city of London's homage. 'Mr. (Hailstone's namo belongs, in fuel, to Knghind and to history almost ns much as docs tlic.oity of London itself, unci it was a sense, no iioubt, of Ibis historical eminence, which does not hclmo? to oartv. and is, Indeed, entirely above and outside it, that induced the chief political oppo nents in the corporation ol tho party to which Mr. (iladstone belongs to w'aivc their parly predilections unil join in su almost unanimous act of admira tion and respect for a distinguished lCne.lish statesman. Such an occasion is no ordinary one. The distinction yesterday conferred on Mr. Gladstone is not, ns he truly said, one wlu.'h is given on occasions so numerous as to deprive it of any portion of its significance. It was the spontaneous homage ol a great Historical community to a'great public character of the lime, freely rendered nnd her-nniinelv rereiveiL and the country at larire will endorse tho act of the citvol London as the universal tnhulo of Kiiglishineu to the splendor of a great ca roer. London Times. LATIW TtXF.fi II AM4 COSDKNHKI). At Cincinnati, last. Thursday, Mr. Kred A, Scmidt was married to Miss 'ietedaux, a grand daughter of Matthew (lill'ord. A recent dispatch savs that (luiteau has invited nn unknown Indiana lu.lv lo attend his trial, and that siio will remain there in cognito during the trial. Frank llontlie, of Concord township, of unio, mis mysteriously disappeared trom ins noine, leaving a wne aim two children in destitute circumstances. Itooree Watkins. a voulb who recentlv finished a term for robbing tho mad, has been sentenced at l'inlay, Ohio, to one year in mo peuHuiKiary lor ourgiary. At Lafayette, Indiana, Albert Koster, a colored youth, who murdered an old man named t.'uinlan. n couolo of months nen. has been sentenced to tho penitentiary lor i lie. Jerome H.iddlet, a freight conductor on me .now York, I'onnsjlTitiiin iV, Ohio rail road, has been nlmest fatsllv wounded by being caught hetw.'on the bumpers of the engine and a car, at l riiaun, Ohio. Near Zancsville, Ohio, in a neighboring tiiuiKi, it pioniiiii'iii, puysiciau rcceiuiy made nn "unprofessional" call on a neigh- nor s wile and was nrcd out ol the houso by her sister sans minis. sans coat. and the scan dal is thctalk of the town. General Slicrmun, in his late report, recommends coneressional action to keen out intruders from tho Indian territory, which has heretofore been accomplished by the military only. lo also states that iu the military division of Missouri there aro 14,0110 men mid ollicers. A grand wedding took place at Cincin nati, on tho lot It instant, the contracting parties being Miss Itoso Kic ihcrir. daiiLdiler of Fred Kiclibcrg, Kso., and Mr. Fred I.azn nus, of Columbus, Ohio. The parents of me nnuo were ner aiienoaiits, while the niothcY of the groom was his. In Duvtnn, Ohio, a man by tho name of I'atrick McQueen has been ascertained to be the party who murdered his wife some twenty-one years ago, hear the oU canal noatsnieiiquartrrs. It seems that hu shot her for havinir been untrue to him tbrmndi a handsome young Irishman, who lived wiui mem. J. A. Goalilcr, who was a short timo ago appointed postmaster at Sliackelfords, king and (Juceu counly, Virginia, lias de clined the olllce, for the reason, as ho says, that nil the inhabitants of Shackelford were "flinders," and as he was a "readjuster" they would not lease him u houso to open the mnils in. A freight locomotive and four cars made the run a collide of days ago lrom New Auirusta. on tiie Kankakee lim. t.t In, lim,. apolis, without engineer, brakeman, or other person. It ran at tho rate of forty miles an hour, and when just west of the I'nion iliipnt in the hitter eilv, it collided with an engine, and a $I:',000 smash-up was the result. At Cincinnati, nn tho 10th. Inst.. Samuel Bowman committed suicide. Ho was n printer bv trade, and for a while edited the American Hotel Iteview with singula ability, eloquence and profit. His action was iiroiigni anoiii ny his conclusion that he was a hopeless consumptive and he pre ferred to thus end his life by II vo shots lrom a revolver. Mrs. Annie A. Smitbton, of Auburn, N. Y writes: "I had doclored for years and tried various advertised remedies for my complaint, which was general prostration. i ocuevo i suiiereo every in that iiesh is an heir to. Tho lenst exertion caused tho greatest fatigue. 1 was tormented with dys pepsia and every Irregularity. My blood seemed poisoned, pimples and sores were all over my body, nothing I tried ever gave nie more t nan mere temporary relief, and I felt myself growing worse and worse. Mr. Reynolds, the drtiirulst. advised mo to use llrowu'ii iron hitters. From tho very start I began lo improve, now 1 do not Icclliko tho samo woman." FOOT WOHTII. Correspondence of tho Herald. Font Woiith, November 11. Tho liven ing News did not appear yesterday, owing to tho olllce being re-reol'ed. I'lmtila iAl,t vi,iti a, 1. 1 ... 1. - these truly "the melancholy (lavs." Tl.n I I ...... - ' !.-. . -in,- i uu, ,111 1111,1 j.miiii uxsocianon is meeting with such favor another association i In oriwttoi't ftf i,ti.l,lidl, ....,., n'l.l. ........ cialion is lor tho erection of houses to bo let. iweiity emigrants with twelve wagons and household goods, from Arkansas, nnssed through town yesterday , en routo to Krnth counly. Filled! Italian emigrants arrived hero yesterday, una expect to make this city their homo. A division of the proposed cornet band is Interfering with its establishment. ltepnrts of a greuter acreage of wheat being sown come trom far and near, ". beggar who w alked on crutches and ex hibitod a placard, "He who givoth to the poor Icndcth to the Lord," while plvlug his calling here was told by nn nlllcer' to con sider himself under nrrost. The charge was embe?.r.leioinl In I'.HIh oint,t. lln ,1.. ..!...! . ... ....... ...... . .i bfihff t ho man nml nskiM. fur timo tomt his clothing. Thin favor bring gnintod, hu ..r.,,,.,., n,,va 1 1 11.1 uvVH BV'llUtU iur in Vfiilt foPtlm net Livax,.! .1,.... JtlllirA 1( U.W.L),U '.ft'.. ..fl...........A fT two week (i with ffirkntt.tii on tho vtrvvtl wiif tain i ns". ii ii( uiV iimv illllU. The :MO,ilO stock of tho building and iiitit, up.-":,,,, i, ,11 m iunt uvula; (UK0U. Tho Mexican horso thlevrs nrrnnlK.1 nl Shcrmnu for stealing - horses from this neighborhood were visited by Mr. Juck Flint, of this city, yesterday. Twelve of mc nnrses were mcniuieii as stolen proper ty. Ho has just returned and reports that the Sherman authorities refuse to give nn .1 .1.1-. ft..., lit A .1 .1 1 inu uiii'veR, uiit win rj vnem mere, (iwn ers of the horses will be allowed their stock If proved. l'here Is strong talk of orgnnlilnga ylgi. l.nn ..nittmlltn. tn iUm 1l..lM .!.l.l .... i .,. .a,,,vr llVllllllir- Imo Ho prevent horso stealing and ethor (urns, jiyncn law mav ne enacted. I) ml weather Is Interfering with work on the court house. The sun Is shining brightly and the scene in more entering man lor several (lays, - - Health, strength and tlgor given, ami iiiimi-iiiiiu. ciirrn auecicu VJ using urOWII Iron Hitters. Its sale Is Immense. ITEMS 01 INTEKKST. Thousands of girls in SwIUerland, Ger. many and Norway devoto themselves to the cultivation ol' their hair as resolutely as a farmer does his crops. Once a year the merchant, very often an old woman, ar rives in I ho village, and a brisk trade is car ried on. The Swiss girls imiku the most, as naturo has bestowed upon them an abundant crop of the blonde color, which is hardest of all to obtain, and the climate is evidently propitious to its growth. The prico obtained depends upon the length of the redundant tresses, llair eight inehes long is worth twenty-five cents an ounce. While that thirty-six inches in length will bring the fortunate possessor $S an ounce, and in cases of exceptional beauty und thickness even $X an ounce may bo real ized. August Itclniont, jr., is soon to he. mar ried to Miss Morgan, daughter of Hon. F.d win 1). Morgan. Youag Itehnoiit is said to be brighter than his brother, Ferry l!ul mont.soit is not so very one-sided a match. -Mr. Morgan is best known and best respect- td in good society for being the owner of 1,1." shares nt Western Mnon Telegraph stock und about $10oO,(luO of dividend bearing stock besidus. This is a match with beauty and bullion on one side and bullion ami brains on the other. An old peach tree near Vnllejo, Califor nia, has developed a singull r freiik. A bud voluntarily appeared from a two-ienh limb, which this year bora a dozen or more sweet, soft-shell almonds, while nothing but insig nificant peaches were produced by the re mainder of tho tree. The bud started about four feet from tho ground. No other feat ures aro observable to indicate that tho tree Is any other than an ordinary peach tree. The French arc notoriously an ingenious people. The dearth of game this season F,nu,.p,,,ln,l ., Tl... ..r..i ...... y.i . ... v., .1 .1,1, .11,. J ,11, V fl pilCIIS- u..i.r., i uiiu nmiiiiii Ull ua in ("Airacl- ed by a process imperceptible to the buyer of niv im oa, nun tutisu juices, piaceu 111 Her metically scaled bottles, nro suliHcniieollv used to givo a gamcy liavor to entrees of pigeons and chickens, winch nro represent ed, nnd, above all, churged for as tho real article. Tho Rev. I. N. Tarbox, secretary of the Amcricnn Educational Socictv; the ltev. Howard C. Hunham, secreta'rv of Hie Amcricnn Pence Society: tho Hev. John L. Withrow, pastor ol tho l'ark street church, and John W. Guiteau. a brother of the as sassin, nil of Huston, havo been sulipicnaed to attend Guiteutt's trial ns witnesses for the defense. In a Montreal brcuch-of-proniise suit it was shown that the pair agreed upon a day of marriage, and marked it in a calendar of her diary, and that he twice surreptitiously rubbed out the snark nnd put it a month iinenn. Mic caught nun at it on the last occasion, nnd sought by a recourse to the law to compel him to keep the original promise. The neoplo of Marcollus, New York, nrc cited over a subterranean cavern which! as discovered liv rorliii,f?i,tMi, ,!,. blasting last week. It has been penetrated aiiout im leet, but nono have dared to go lunuer. i uc geologists are now at work at it mill YIHit In rituoiit it i.ii.,.1 t.x tA....'. the Mammoth cave. I The prevalence ofjlipthcrin at Frederick, Id., is truly alarming. It is said that .,. .., ..,, ., uu nines, uiiu (liat live funerals of children hnvo taken place mere iu a single uuy. a numtier of chil dren have been sent away from the town Until cold weather nrnvslq tlio Mt,rii..,l nCfl,. ,. '"w . j-iv. u. a- disease. San Francisco harbor hna nM.1,,11, fall, of ships ns now. All tho wharf room occupied, nnd scores of ships are anchored llm utrrxiin Tl,. :.... ..IC '-ll.,:.. ... . , . . ...v. ... n wi, , nui:ji, mrcci wharf is very line; over fifty ships can he counted from u single point, and there are uiiiru i mill mat nuinner elsewhere in the bny. Mrs. Garllehl bus ruinovml in rM....in...i having rented the residence of Mr. lurke on F.uelid avenue. Hho will send tho chil dren to school and devoto the win ter to tlio urraiigi'tncnt of her lalo luis- wind s papers. Her brother will act ns ad ministrator of tho estate. The Altll.rlpiin tinn iliinmn, Tllltw.ta a..:l...l from Philadelphia, Salurdav, havinir on Kiui'd (l.tt ll.n lf..n. li I:.. ', ....... v. JKItlllllllu llillMllll, I I1HCII States minister to Spain; Miss Illaine, (hillirhterof KiHTnlni-v Itluin, ,,..tw lT..:...i States Senator Jobn'Scolt, of Pennsylvania, mo nuu ana omigiiier. s..n,...i l.l 1 1,.. v... , wuuciui r.uwuru iienie, (ieneral drain s personal friend, who is heing talked of for secretary of the navy, is a gentlemun some what advanced in lire. Ho has large pos sessions in California, of which state ho was once surveyor general. His homo ! in Washington. Tho T.nvnlll llnr.,1.1 ,vl.;..l. t.,.l i .... .. , ,...v .,., ,.,vl, niiuni, iiium checkered existence, lining generally killed two or three times a year by tho Turkish government, is on its legs onco more, and mnst really be credited with a morn tlmn feline tenacity of existence. William Pyle, a prominent citizen of Patterson. .1 nii.l ll... .,, -, ' ... , .ii-iiaivc silk importer in this country, (lied on Sat- miii,;. j ir ii-iives nn esiniu oi nooui mrce millions to be divided among his. wife and seven children. F.lTorts are hclng made in New York to secure the release of Hurry Genet, county clerk under the Tweed ring, whose term of imprisonment will expire next Friday, but who is held for a lino of $0,(kU Ksposito.tho Italian bandit raptured ol New Orleans, has tiled suit, in his true name, against his partner In the fruit busi ness in tho Crescent ICity, fol.l.nw) duo linn in settlement. "The local board of underwriters al St Lottie havo resolved," savs the Kansas City limes, "to Increase tho rates M percent, until there shall be a inoro ctllcient lire de partment." Charles Hebben, nn old resident of Capac Michigan, who forsomo timo has been par' tially insane, made his will, and killed his little son and himself with a razor. Many towns of tho western counties of Pennsylvania have been compelled to sus pend their schools on uccount of scarlet lever and diphtheria. Vrs. Webb, 100 years old, attended the funeral of her daughter Sarah, aged seventy-four years, at Greenwich, Conn., one day last week. J A monster California Hon wns shot near Calico mountains, San Hernardlno county last week, and tho skin sold for jjo. ' Professor King Is building another largo bnlloon on a novel principle, with which further to test tho easterly current. Judge Folger (whoso name Is pronounced ns if spelled with n J) Is a pronounced advo cate of woman suffrage. The slilp-building yards nt Wilmington, I'eL, are scenes of great activity at tho present timo. The Marriage Association, Several times recently the Nashvlllo World hns spoken of the probable organi sation in that city of society for tho tint, tectlon of matrimony, and tho'followlug ex planation of the object of tho association will no doubt prove of interest to tho young ladles and gent lemon of this city: No person is barred from membership on account of nge, sex or previous condition. All that Is required of the applicants for membership Is that they are single, and a promise to pay the dues promptly, Any one desiring to become a member must All out a blank furnished by tho company, stating name In full, when bom, where horn, present residence. fitLlmr'. name, mother's namo, name of some ciiiion lor reierence, ana an agree ment to abide by all tho stipulations and covenants contained In the ccrtitled mem bcrshlp. The latter document has the gen eral appearance of ait ordinary Insn policy, which agrees "In consideration of i ue representations mauo in tho application for membership, and tlio oavment of ton dollars membership fee, and the further (inyment to be made of ull assessments of one, iwo or three dollars, according to class, on the lawful marriage of a member, or niatunty oi acertincate of membership, as it may occur in the class herein stated, ex cept when there may be fnnds in the hands oi ine treasurer to the credit ol tins class suflicient to pay three benefits, and the sum of three dollars semi-annually during the continuance of this membership, payable in the months of November and May of each year, to pay the member, (if he or she belongs to class C) the sum of one doHur nd seventy cents for each day the certili cato has been in force, the total sum nut to exceed one thousand eight hundred nnd thirty-six dollars, and If (0 per cent, of the endowment fund has not been paid, the di vision is to he pro-rata." 1 .There arc three classes in tho organiza tion, and n person can belong to all of uiriii. iicuner is mere anyining 10 pre vent a man and his intended bride from both being members, lit class A each member is assessed one dollar, in class H two dollars, und in class C three dollars after each marriage, or maturity of a cert i ticute, provided tho endowment fund in Un hands ofthe treasurer to the credit of each class be. insiitliclent to nav three benefits. In uddition to the assessments am the semi annual does mentioned in tho certificate of membership. The endowment fund is set apart for the benefit of certificate holders, nnd amounts to eighty tier cent, of tho assessments. I'pon niarriago or maturity each number ol each class is entitled to seventy cents, one dollar nnd twenty cents, undone dollar und seventy cents, respectively, hut no assess ment will bo made or benefit paid for a marriage that occurs within thirty iavs of me iiiuo tno certincate was issued. Ail cer tificates mature in three years whether the holder marries or not. A failure to pay .......... la 1- I.. .. ..!. .,' r p...rn.,iui:iiiii ut uiien ivniuia 111 u iwrieiiure, hut porsons in arrears on account of sick ness or other unavoidable casual ity can be reinstated by paying up thearrenrs. Nash ville World. Letter Mat. ' The following is n list of letters rcmnlning in ine poxioiiice ui Ianas. 1'auas county, for the week ending November I), 11, which, if not called for in four weeks, will be sent to the dead-letter ofllec. Parties calling for these letters will please say "ad vertised," giving the date nl the list. A. A. Wiiikkkn. P, M. Apperson, Kd Acluns, JnoS Armstrong, W 1' Huker, Aniiio , linker, lime Hall, I.uella liuruea, S It Hear, Miillliln lleekiior, llenrv lleiiehamp, 0 It llerry, I, M bellow, I N ('.') Heiijiiniln. J S biggin. Win ItiKclow, Kinlly lllyihe, Khen HoIkii. W 11 lloiilware, Mary R Hoiel, lireun Hovau (ieorge llovd. ,1 Ilrowo, V P llri'okliind, K X llrewston, C L llmwiilee. J II Itryim, F II Hurt, John Iliirns, Tims Campbell, W II Capps, V 1 Carver, Henrietta ( errv. V II Chapman, L C Churchill, W II ('lark, elms Cbiinplt, I! Y Cobb. Henry Cole, Daniel Cochran. Willie It Collins. M K Colen, Chns Colwell, l.ucysil Covy, JW Corbin. I, Cobb, ICttinger 51 Cox, Itiifus C Crawfo d, Jhs E Cril's, Win Crowley, U W Cunningham, C U rums, Jialtie Dm Is, Marian. Pavk Paul Pavis, Kile liewltt, I.illie Dengiiinii, Puss Imn.-on, Selvte Uiokorsoii, ,1 8 liickersmi, Kllen Iionncll, liobt liiovcll, .1 1" (-) Drake, Shiirloiie Kbberlln, Aniiij Flherloii. S II F.ason, A J Kilwerds, Mary Filwnrds, J K Krwlu, Hurt Kinbunks, .lolin II hanglit, Dr F it Ferguson, W S Field, I'lnkaey Flaw, W Fax. Charley Friuler, Klisia Freeman, II l'ulcher .IiiineS linluger, Jus tinge. A 8 (mines, Jennie (oinibet, Wm lialnes, llettie (iovi tri'e, () 1 (iinisoti, (ilvliev (ioiten. Theo (ionge. Johns (liloy. II S iteonluiH', (dnsippe (tluss, lieiinls (iiirviu, I' (' (iiHiiliviu. K J (iialinui. .1 D Graves, .Inn X 12) tirnve, Mrkolas K i raves, Julia E 12) (iravley, J I, George, Kay uiiuons, aiiio (uncus, lienrgu llllllNon, Osesr llnnllll, llettie During, liii'scll 1 1 urrii-on. Georgia Harding, Geo V llnrisna. John Unwell, K W liurris. Hell (e,l) DaukhiH, 8 (nailers llnvileii, Fniina Harvey, Joe (J) Hestiuiii, J K(2) HIM, Isaac Illaes, W in llixim. lleHer lllxon. llnle Hollowiiy- W J lloiiMon. Sauiuel (J) IIikmI, Coiirliiey !lncliiiis, (iruu li Hunt, Dr It II Hurst. 1111 llyalte. Mainly HouckeiiM. O I) lvey, Mrs lngerhaiii, CO Irby M J Jones, J M .laeksnn, Marv Jano .laeksoii, Millie Jackson, Frank Johnson, Kev S Jones, Frank Jones, Kuwliiig Jones, Laura Jones, Dr It U Johnson, Kobert Kelly, Sue A Kellv Martin Kerwln, James Kara, (ieoinu Kendall, Clara Kerr, II F Kenedy, Margret J Koiine, W L Kirkimlrlek. D T Leamey, Mic line', I. mis, Jane Lay, J I, Larslcr, Mngglo Lovln, I'lla Lewis, Josia Lewis, Thus Fielding Lowes, Samuel Levy, II I.ung, w W Logan, John II (0) Loiiinlernnlk, F.ttlo l.onderbnek, Kllnibetli l.yne, Dssle X Magnrs, Marv A Mnlox, Mamie V Miniiliig. J M Manning, D W Martin. Kd Marlln. L II Mnsehineyer, Win Mmleiident, Texana Minor, .Mary Moiingheii. John Morton, Wm II (:l) Moxliler, II II iJi Moon, S MiHire, Annie Misire, Cngny Miire, Hell Myers, Kitty Mel.euiore, Carrio McFarl.iiid, Jessie It MeCarlv, John McM aster, 0 T MeCnbe, Jus p McLean, J T fJ) McLean. H Mcl.eiird, ieo McW liertcr, C K McConnal, Jennie Mel.elliHls, E A Nance, II II Neweomli, Itobt Oliver, II L Owens, Kinlly Ostium. Joel dales, Jennie I'erke, F A Page, Hello I'age, II F Page, tiisi It Peeere, Suphar Pierce. Tims R I'erry, J II Pine, M M I'orter, A 11 Pan e, Hella l)ueeu, John Itanilidl, Kdwnnl linger, J T Keiignn, A II Itlee, Allien Itlee, Flora Illelmrdsoii. J A lliley, Amelia ltlcbii. Olio Hlslcy, X ItobliiM.li, Marv a Itobiusnn, Henry liobiuwn, Fraiik Hobersoii, I U.io HoIhtsoii, Wllliy llou lev, A i Uoks, Sitnniel Ko, Kiln Rush, llllllo lliissle. Merrell Sales, Harry Ssndlfer, Sllnnlo Ssyers, Sain'l A hhaw, J A Sprlggs, .las Slanghler, Jno 11 Smith, Coleman Smith, Til Smlili, Koh l smith, Krvv mltli, JnoW , Smith, Martha Smith, Mnlllo Spnnn, J F Spenrs, Jnko SK'iieer, Mrs Dr Sparrow, J no A Hpurlock, M D Sianlev, J X HteplieiiKon, It II Stewart, Molllo ftrplieiiMin, Francis Htiutksnl, Johnnlo sieadiaan, Maud Stephens, Klhn Steedy, Hist Strong, M J SlroiiK, II II Stockton, Mary Snw p, Tyu Stiinorlord. W K Tntiiin, M Tuner, A M Taylor. Florence Terlev, Jim Thomseii, II l Telloih, K A TlminoiK, Ida Tillman, K F Toller, W T Thomas, Frank Trammel, V A W Trice, Lyilla Trayler, Anderson Vaughn, D I' Vsnslnn, i J Walter, V'K Wngner, Kntllo Walter, Crest Washington, U II Wh, J no Wells, Oreno Wells, Wit (J) Wen el, Henry Wctni'l, J K While, Dccnlur Wlllsril, llnrv A Wbli.. JnoS Wilbur, lien ll (21 W llllaimi, W W Wllllsms, llstlie 11 Wine, N Winkler. A UW) Wltiderwlde, Ma Wilson, 8 A Worwanl, Wm , Wnvainan, Klier Worlhen, Alliert Wlnl Mary Wont, W I, Wool, Drew Wver, Wm D W'rlghl, Kate Witlklus, Haiira Wllseu, M K i Ferelga. AppeL John Dilutee, Elliot & Co Inmnn, Pf Auilln, Chas U Chspllne, M lleuueisy, Michael Hum. Keller, Henry W Ulckcr, Win V THR tt'OKKIG MAX. The noldcst men I know on earth Are men wIkm; hands are brown with toll; Who, hacked by no anccntrul groves. ... n v...w ., ,ur TCij.i.1 mm uii me son; Ami win tlii.M.t.v a ..n.,,,1... .Uh.u Thau follows kinetic warrior's fanio. The workingnien, wlmt'er the tak. Who curve Hie stone or bear the hod, They tn ar upon their honest brows The royal slump and seal of tied; And worthier are their drops of tut Than dluuiomhs in u coronet. Rod bless the noble worlrlngiiien, Who rear the cities of the plain. Whodig the mines, who build the ships, And drive the commcn-e of the main. find bless them, for thetr toiling hands Have wrought the glory of all lands. Five Prominent Men Who Have Climbed the Hill Together. There is a bit of interesting political his tory connected with Charles J. Folger, the ecw secretary of the treasury, cx-tiovernor Morgan, Sub-Treasurer Hillliouse,' Coionel George A. lilies. 'and President Arthur. These men havo held peculiar relations to each other for twenty or twenty-live years. Mr. Morgan is. of eourse, the oldest and most distinguished ligure in the group, lie was elected goveraor in 1SAS, and held the ollico for the four following years. At the outset he made Colonel Hliss his private secretary, nnd ono year Inter he appointed him paymaster-general. Karly in his first term the governor made Mr. Arthur his cnginecr-iii-ehief, nnd subsequently advanced him to the position of inspector-general, and final ly quartermaster-general. Mr. Hillliouse, who then resided in Oenevn, was elected to the stute senate in November, lssn, from the Ontario, Geneva nnd Yate- district. In the summer of Istil, before his sen atonul term expired. Gov. Morgan ap pointed Hillliouse adjutant-general. Thus we sec that Arthur, Hillliouse nnd Hliss were the munnging members of Gov. Mor gan's military stalf for nbout two vears, when the state was raising and olli'ccring scores of volunteers for the wur of .the re bellion. At this point Judge Folger comes into the Morgan programme. When Hillliouse be came adjutant-general, Folger Mas elected his successor in the state senate. He was a leading member and the organ ofGoy. Mor gan's administration. It. i rntln.r intiifnuti.,,. tn 11.. ...t ......... ..... ,,i,.ih to ti ,11 c mc suusu- quent career of these five gentlemen. "' "'"(inn necame senutnr m con gress. .Mr. Hillliouse was chosen state comptroller. After remaining eight years in tlio state senate. Mr. Folger was appoint ed sub-treasurer, lie then went, on the bench of the court of appeals, und Mr. Hill bouse ultimately succeeded him ns sub treiisurcr. Colonel Hliss wns appointed I nited States district attorney, and General A rtlmr beenmn f.nU.i.(,. r.C tl.. . . x - .... . ... . ....... . ,,,, lllr u body doubted that Arthur, Folger, Hill house and Hliss wore largely indebted to Governor Morgan's influence for these im portant places, while Arthur, Hillliouse and Hliss owe to him alone their first start in their otlicinl life. It Is not singular, there for.. In Hon tlw,.n . , ' 1 ....cv mc inline I milling u gOOd deul together just now. N. Y. Times. J.'ottt:vics. Ijil. S. Ii. The only Lottery of any State of the Tubmen ilorsod hvn vote of tin. i..n.li, ..il ,,.wi... . i... iIucIkIoh of the U. 8. Supreme Court at W usIiIuk ton. the only I.eiral Lottery now In the United Mates, all oilier charters having been i-' iuei oi nn, nij; no eilMI'IlCe. A Pi.NDn1D ORORTUNITY TO 7IN A FOR- n l m i 1"', i,H1,luu :u..'.i new Orlnans, luesday, Uucomlier 13. 18B1. 139tU Mcutlily Drawmir, Louisiana State Lottery Co. Tills frisl itllttotl U.U nnrtiluelo I,,,.. .1 for tin; term of yoiirs by thu Uyisliuuro of the suite In t for.t'tlucfttionul ruiili-hariinhle pur rumen with ii mpiinl 'of 9 ,x0.ikk to wlikli it 11 JIM KtlU't' Il(li1iil fl riorto ..f A'-.h.uh rr tins eonlriu he inrlnlnWe liilthnfthe Stute is I'ifiiKi'ii, winen lueiiiro Hits iieen reiien;ed l.v nn overwlielniiii);'. pninilar vote, seeiirinir Its Iraii I'hlM' In the new toiislieiition adojiied Dcccia- lts(,rllli1 Khltrlf. Viiml,ni Tt.n,..l..n. ...III ,-.. lace monthly. It never scales or liubtpoiuu. iniLr nl tint f..l)Atuii... .11. .t 1 1. ...i OltAND l.'UOMEXAHH I'OXCHKT, utrtng wiucn win uiko place Hie Under the personal mipnisinn ami min.mr.( Oen. . T ltKAlllKOAlUt.of I.oullanii. und tien JlllAI, A. KAitLY, of VlrKlnla, Capital Prize, $100,000. OiTNotlee. Tickets aro Ten Dollars onlv. Ilnlves, ;. Kiniis, H. Tenths fl 1 CAPITAL PRIZE OK iiuoaa juxi.noo 1 GKAXI) PUIZE OK 0 X) weon 1 GRAND PRIZE OK '.".OOo '.Dine 'J LARGE PRIZES OK lo,,iw yo o 4 LARtiE l'KIZE.S OK 5,0 0 a) 0 0 nl) " " 11 fin) Tm iis " ' WO ,(KH) " " " IU 1UU0O0 ArPROXIMATIOS riur.Ks. ion Approxiiiiiitlon prizes of (Mt 20 (100 !;;! j io inn noio 1(W do do 76 'T.fKtO tl '.'79 Prizes nmoinitlnii to ftV1-' 500 Oon, 0, T. Beauregard, of Lao ' Gen. Jubal A.Eiriy, of Va. J CommlEsloncrj Respnnslhle enrresmndlnir ncents wanted nt all ihiiiiIs, to whom a liberal loiiipensation will be juilil. t or further hirormallon, write elearlv, elrlne full address . Send orders bv etress'or Reii htcred Letter or Honey Order by mall, address ed onlv to M. A. DAUriHX, Xew Orleans, La. UKfil LAU MONTHI.YIIUAW1NO, J.'1"." A.l V"1'1"11 ''r'"' ''O.tW'.yaiiilurr 10, 16Ki. W hole Tickeis, J! Halves, St. . -1UST AKHIVKD! I0LID1Y GOODS ! TOYS s NOVELTIES Sond for Samples to Alex. Ortlieb & Co., WHOLESALE NOTIONS, DALLAS, TEXAS. DESIRABLE CITY PROPERTY wi Tor Salo! The nnderslguod will icll nj 0f the followinj Property, vlii , 75 by 170 feet northwest comer lloss avenue ud Pearl street, Willi store house theriHin. 1 by J',0 feet, north side Rons avenue with nsildeni thens. No. M7 Rosa avenue. tllyDniK KUire, Ills Elm street, with 34 feet of pmiind or lih 00 fet fmnt Part er li'oek No. Vi, west of rentrnl railroad, ntidnurlli ofswlim Mnrt, nearnne-half acre. AT. 1IHNSLKY, at KxrhaiiK. Ilnnlc JMinri,AK, raiKtCuaK, DaNiaLB.Cl.ttK. riavtltcuaa. . (rtahllhed 1I0.) ; JAMES CLARK & CO., Sole Leather, Harness, Skirtings SHOE FINDINGS AMD Manufacturer! Koa, 41 aad CO Korth Goods, Main Hlteel IT. LOl'IS, Ma ? it U toads. and Its connections form the Most Direct and Quickest Line FROM ALL rOISTS IX TEXAS TO ST. LOUS, MEMPHIS CHICAGO, NASHVHIt' :A1H(). Lot' Is VI I ip INIHASAPOUS. ClIATl ivoiiV . TOLEDO, ATLANTA and all points North, East and Southeast Traius leave Dallas Station as follow EAST BOUNU. Xo. 4, local passenger ... No. 2, mail and express . p. m. WEST BOCHO. Xo. 8, local passenger ... No. 1, mail and express ;:??p'In- StKLoulsH"d2rUU iu"y bCtWCC' '"Siesnd ainlMifiZla3 rU" da"r b'WCCn ff'"fora Nos. 1 and i connect at Abilene wlthswi, modatlou Ui uud from (irelton, sal mile. won: Hallas. K. P. TCUNKlt Tkket A'W AtTexarliana with all trains on the St I mi. A Iron Mountain and Southern railway fn?.a points North, Kast nnd Southeast 3 M11 AtLoiiKview Junetioii and Mineola with ii trains on; liiteruational railroad fur TvlJr Palestine. Houston. Austin. Galvin ....i':'' - . .uu otta Antonio. At Dallas with trains of the Houston Tem and all points In .MlddlJ and Southern TMsi At. Khiirttin ii witli It (. rr t n . on the lino of that mad. ' "' lur vm Vi4UnTexaTh' t&gCi foraI1olnfl At hhrcveport, with Red River steamenfw New Orleans. im PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARB From Fort Worth, Dallas and Sherman To St. Louis. Anv infnrnmttnn in rmrani tn .n. .i. and Vm. . t . . ' ' , - ...... ...im v turns ivui h. cheerfully given on application to 11. Al. 1IOXIE, General Superintendent, Marshall, Texas . , , . w' KKtVMAK,' Gcncrnl Freight Attcnt, Marshall, Tcta , . R' W.T1IONH10N, General P. & T. Agent Marsh U. Tex4 Houston & Texas Csntrai fij AND CONNECTIONS. The only line runnlmrthrouRhthecontraljiiJ best portions of tho Stuto of Texas. Passenger Express Trains ana Daily Fast Freig-ht Lines iictwecn TEXAS and Kansas City,' St. Louis and Chicngo. PULLMAN'S TALACE SLEEPING CAES neh wnv. dnllv. without elmmn. Between St. Louis & Houston vlaSedftltii ami Missouri 1'aciiic Kaihvay. .STiO to 000 nillea. The PIIOKTEST LINE hetween Texas luJ Italians t uy, iiamiinal and all jiointa North and East. I'aMemren have choice of routeR, via Penlsou und MiKsouri l'aeilie railwav to Kaiuat City, Hannibal or St. Louis, or via The Texas ,t New Orleans All-r.nll Through A.1HV, tin iiounioa aim jsew urieaiis. E U 11 O P E . ThrniiRh tleketa from or to any point In Creil Allium, ui vouuiieiu oi fcuropo, via the Iloiislon & Texas Outrnl Kailnaj, And all rail to New York, thence via North Uermaii Llovd, n hite e-tar, lnnian, Mlsnisslppl A Dominion, . . Kottenlam, Italian And Generale Traiuatlnnlique Steamship Llnei, (in .!.. .i ,l, f..n...l.i ....i : .... .... ... i,-ii,,,,iiiK nuiliuiin. Galveston, Houston, Calvert, nremoud, Hreiihnin, Waco, McKluney, lleinistvad Whitney, Shermnii, Austin, Morgan, lieiiisoii, NnviiMita, Corkieaua, Dnllas, irvan, Ueliu, llearue. Rneelsl lniliir.Am.nt. . i....i...... i uni. , , j .,.v ... ...iiiiiu iitiitB nnu inw. dlsfriiiK to settle In the stute. for inionnnlion tis to rates of pasmce and fre .his. niiif.x i .....1.. I h. i .. . ' ' "Cl' 111 I'eifoii, 1.1 u; to A. FAVLKNEK, Texas I'lOisemjor A cent E. D. TRI!E, c, 1). OKAY, A- i. E. A. A. (i. P. A. A. H. SWANSGN, J. WALP0, Uen'l Sunt. o. F. & I'. A. I'Ot STON. TEXAS. FOR SALE. A Fine Tract of Land and Good Farm within three miles of the City of Dallas, AT 840.00 PER ACHE 500 acres excellent lands; 1.10 acres In onlllvatloti; Al acres in pasture. An abundance of (rood tim ber, considerable ecdara and nevoral hundred pecan trees; a uevcr-falllng spring ot excellent water, most advantageously situated; a amsll orchard of the finest Improved peach trees; t plain bul substantial dwelling on a very ilcsinv ble situ pleasant and healthy handsome, ro niniitlc; also out houses, a line bam and two good tenant houses; good aubstaiiMid rail fenciol and planked lots. . . . Any person desiring a larger tract can get .4 Joining lands on very reasonable terms. I will sell any tract from 10 acre, tin, cash 01 part on time. This tract Is peculiarly adapted to whest, oetA grassand cotton, dairying, fattening cattle, fruit growing, gardening and fish rnlshur. JOHN M. CHOCK ETT. Pallas County. Texas. June Sun. l.vd. lUtllroad Notice.' There will he held ,a meeting of the itecV holders of the Pallas ,t Wichita Itallroiul Com pany nl the general olllce of tho company. I the city of Dallas, on Thnrsdnv, the loth dsyof December. ls-M, for the purpose named in tin following resolution; liosolvcd: Thai a meeting of stockholders tho Pallas .t; Wichita Railroad Company beealN tomectaltheotlleeof said roinpany In tlieeltf of Pallas, nt the hour of 1J n'eloek iiism, the l''"1 dnynfDwenilier, A. D. issi, for the purpose ot deeldlnir upon the amount of, not exeeedlnl twenty thousand dollars per mile, of Ikiih" which nnu' be Issued and negotiated ly t'1" conuinny fiir the purpose of eompleilng, equlpl" and Improving Us line or railroad, and paying M Indebtedness, from the eily of Pallas to Pt iitoii, In la uloii eonntv, as may bo determined, and to llxUie rate of interest on such bonds, audio aire.irlso said bond, to tio secured by a first niortL-ngooii Die property, franchises, rights ana privileges of said eompany, and that notice oj said meeting he given, as required by law. And at the same time and place there will be held meeilng of the taiaril of directors of said cor porallon for the transaction of such business may come before It. Pallas, OctnlHT 7. 1W1 . J. M . SIcCoaMICI, Hec'v Dallas A Wichita Rnllroad Onneiinr Jnb ltevnnl! Missing; !r. C. D. Ontrs, of Dallas. Tcxss. Small of slaturo, wclglit'alsuil I'JOnrl.'l llts .c""" plexlon fair, blue eves, about no years of, hair sandy had on wnen last seen a dark eo' and vest, grny pants ami black slouch net Hmiposcd to have wandered on or boanletl son train In a fit, nrtcmporar Insanity, TheaM' reward will lie paid for any lufnrmatlnn rcM' liighl.wherenbotits, ttv J. T. ELLIOTT, Lumber Dealer. Dallas, Tox; Administrator'. Rale. Notice Is hereby given that In nnrsnaneeof ardor made by eoimtv court of Dallas eonntr. Tex.s.l will sell at private salo all the Interest of 1 . D1, t'nppcrHetd. deotwed, In the late Mrm J Lrtlte A Copperfield; also about thlrty-tlv kesa of horses and mule, belonging lo.au) est."' Far description of proitcrty call ou nov -lt J . 11. HATCH, Pallae, Tl'