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THE (GAZETTE: FORT WORTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY". JANUARY 38.
LETTKJl FJtOM WASHINGTON.
A Scone In tho Senatc-Zeb Yance, Yi'
and Jonoa are not Actors in It.
A We Rrarn Ifow Peonlo of Washington
Dread that Their FacM will b Spoiled
The VlllainonB DetccUrea-Bod Lice of,
a Despotfjm. j
5rrlal Correcportdf nw of the Oaten, j
"Washington, I). C, January 13- It j
trnicvcn nnnui wjich ceunior jioar
poke nlnnwt handily of euntor Ed
jiitirnl'H Mllcuce through mail v niontlm,
mid during the Inat ncrdon of congrcn1
when Hoar's presidential puccessiou
bill wis dkcutwed, and now Judge
Edmunds attficUH It most vehemently
mid with a force of argument and
degree of wirnestnwn that lmpeln It?!
inott ardent advocates to question the
wlxdoui of Us author. Hoar was even
'vlndlctivu In his awaiilt upon Sir. j
.Edmund. When tho latter rose lo
reply he was visibly and deeply
moved. Ills voice wjw tremulous I
when lie mild, "the t-cnator from t
MiihsnchueottH do me great Injutdica
in condemning me because or my
absence from tne nonate. He knew
" Mr. KdniumW here hesitated
nud wart silent. Then ho made an
ed'ort to ko on. but, fulling, ptithiti!
hand over Ida eyes to conceal the tears
Atreamihg down his jace.
There was a deathlike silence. Ev
erybody on the lloor and in the gal
leries was awed bv the malelv of
tins sturdy old senator's uneontrolnble j
grief, f-jomc senator, In a low tone, at
last moved an adjournment, Every
body rcemed to know, except Mr. '
Hoar, that Judge Kdmunds' protracted
nbseneo from his seat, when Mr. .
Hour's lilll was dlhcusced, eiuuuof the!
sickness and death of Judge ISdmunds'
daughter, whom he loved with all his j
)ntirt. JIU irrcnresblblo sorrow was
then mote touching because Ills iwso-j
elates hud only contemplated Ids maj-1
eslyiw a Jurist and statesman. They i
icarneu ai last now to revere ino man.
Tin: iij.dL'i; ,vn nil! I'ltormrrH
Ureut anxiety and alarm pervades
the rapltal because of the prevalence of
small pox In the adjacent city of IJalli
more. Vaeelnatlon Is dreaded be
cause tlio vlriw hicd conveys Into
the system discuses often more'terrlble
than that whoe spores It destroys.
J'cople, oven when the snow Is four
and six inches deep, prefer the pave
ment, to contact with many lilthy per
sons who dellle crowded vehicles with
their pro-enee and exhalation, ft is
now projwed to establish a quaran
tine against Halt (more. Two railways
thronged with hurrying multitude,
connect tho two great cities. Many
elorlis serving daily In the depart
ments, havr their houses In Baltimore.
J low dlillcuit will be the task proposed
becomes apparent, when a dozen
trains or more from Ibnlon, New
York and Philadelphia, jmssing
through HaUtnioro, dally enter the
capital. Hut the rotting plague per
vades tho Monumental City so ruinous
ly and thoroughly Unit absolute terror
pewtcs'ses Washington, and peo
ple begin to believe- this is
Jlrst or a series of dreadful
calamities destined, as "prophets"
have foietold, to desolate Kind and se.i
during th-ywir just dawning,
'Kuch great bureau, and especially
thoso of ilie treasury department, ItrU
its heerel service fund disbursed among
men denominated detectives, spies
and informers.the biixesit tools of despot
Isms, who frequent hotels and lounge
about bar rooms and ''shadow" uusiis
peullng clerks ami citizens, Tho poor
clerks IniVo no faith in one another.
JLfteli Biispeets ids friend. Any tin
thoughted word spoken of public
ruiietlonarles.oflilgh or low degree, In
conveyed within the hour to the
mighty peisouugo whoso dignity is
nileuded, Without notice or reason
assigned the hopeless clerk Is advised
that Ids place Is vacant. Honest
bravo men are made veriest cowards
by the luutnllzing system and we
nave uero an army of sneaks and
truckling, cringing freemen so-called.
njnu.'m n euvesuroppiug
Inaugurated, I bujumho,
guard against tlio pres-
oi secessionists vi o war
nigeii. it is coimnncd y the mag
nates of the, party or grand moral
ideas, that irganlzed aschmnetouiako
Grant, tluough the Intervention of
tho standing army, dietutor when Til
den was chosen president. Hut tho
detect Ives, whoso pursuits and pro
fessional habits necessarily make them
treacherous, have begun to pivy upon
one another, and tile public at last
learns something of Hiulr base
methods and knavish devices. When
onoofilient demanded, not long nt.
hl.H share of rewards for the
capture of counlerfeltew, his
"pah" 'conspired against him. Thev
deposited counterfeit money In his bed
room, and piovlng that It wiu found
there, consigned lrtn to the ponlten
tjiyy for ten years. Uu has estab
lished his Innocence, is now free and
making it hot for a body or redemp
tlonlesascoundrelH In tlieemplovment
oftho lordly heads ir departments.
,No Mondur statesmen ami patriots
ljuvo pronounced detectives the"bodv
lice ot despotism." I'olk, tho swart
wonting treasurer or'l'cuncssee, knew
how to deal wjth iirofestonal detect
lyes. When the people, as contm-dls
tlngiitshed from the plutocracy, re
gain uiastory In the United States,
thesti base tools of Mvollen, diseased
greatness will lw no mote.
Tlio thermometer Is below tho freez
ing point, and snow envelopes the cap!
tu. Itu depth is from four to six. Inches
Heggnrs abound. At night negroes
oomo tortli fiom dons tnd holes to
iwc alms, All ages and sexes and con
ditions prey upon strangers. Ulvo one
Hdlmo and thrnuga dog youl' steps.
One must rudely drive rtuun odor
Ripply Ida pockets with pennies with
')'"01 " y peace ana escape aunov
injLHV Xegrn children show' eiaekei
arc grcKar'0U9 an ono re prof
italilo employn'cnt tlie stipend feeds n
uliillllude. Each day some old gray
haired chief of neighborhood goes
from houso to house with a bucket,
gathering debris from dinner tables of
the rich and jioor. With these slip
pile Uiu old beggar "kecjw tavern,"
and hungry blacks, for n few pennies,
buy bones and bread swept from tallies
of comparative opulence. It Is a cu
rious faci, however, Hint even In thH,
ns other like cases, the poor contribute
moit generously to the maintenance
and relief or tne poor. zmisHnounic(i
porters attend ni mc ooorwnys m me
great oIlcc - holders to exclude
beggars, and hapless children
of Africa nuver daro to
Invade splendid abodes of the great
dignitaries of tho empire, or those of
their subordinate Imiuton. Many of
nndltintchlessasssrf. I had occasion,
with a note of introduction from a seu
nf.r. to call on a head clerk. He Is a
burly, big fellow. I sent in the note
commending nfc to the kindness and
confidence of hU superlative majesty,
and was soon Inducted into the awful
presence, lie nodded, like another
Jove, us ho Is, when I cnleied, hut in
baud. He was talking to n plain old
man, and neither usked me to enter or
bo seated, only glancing at me with
Impressive lowering looks anddignity.
I Mood in the midi-t uf the apartment
I stared at him. He became 11 little
nervous. I never moved or turned
away my gaze. Finally, he asked,
with mime share of moliiicd authority
in lil voice and manner, "What
would you have, sir?"
"Nothing," I answered, and I went
out, making no obeisance. Would you
believe It, Hint tills egregious ossali
solutely believes that I called simply
to contemplate and be annoyed by his
greatness, impelled by the same vague
en i ious de-ire that induces people to
stare at Grant or the president. There
Is nothing like tills odious aristocracy
of olllee, ami if tliero were no other
reason for the ejection of the party
so long in power, one suillelent and
satislactory to tlio people, will be
found in tlie fact llmt tlityu up lifted
otlice-holders have held place and
nositif.ii so long that their heads are
turned. They deem olllces their
property as toiling people do theh
homes and farms, and elevated abovo a
few or greater number of their fellow
creatures, they are imbued with n
lixed conviction that plain citizens of
the United States are their pitiable in
ferior. They simper and are humble
Uriah i Teens in the presence of those
who give places and honors nud inter
course witli tho-o beneath them are
IHRcr roiimt from lionil lo tall
'Jlmtt mumiiMtli cloplinntor wlmlc;
Intlntnl wllh ixtriino Intensity,
Tlicy till Uirco-iiinrlur of linmi'iiMty.
IJy the time the Democratic patty
had pricked these livdin-sulphurie
gas bubbles, I have abborted the civil
service reform act because it leaves
half these pudy barnneles.-fastoned on
the copper-bottomed, wornl-eaten bulk
denominated tlie "old ship of state."
base leet and beg fur enough to buy
them n pa r of shoes, otk'w tell thnt
"mammy has no coal" and that the
iiouseuoin irvczei. "rieaso Kir, give
mtHipeunvtobu.vu loaf of broad; T
1,!,l.,,t, mi """ to eat sense
ylstlddy." Huch aro piteous stories
m.u " v jiigiuai every street ero
Vi' i . "v tlunnwuul uegroea dwell In
.Ou'UKton ami its suburbs. How
thoy live at alb Un mv...m. ...v....
hplved, They are irenerotis. .'llvllin..
cent, with ono other. The?
Carlisle Xnu Departure: Carlisle
ought to have a cheese; factory this
A'eto Ilnutonlun; Fifty tenement
housed will liu wauled in Jientonvillo
between now and April.
i'.lovcn hundred and tun lades of
cotton nan neon shipped from Gaines
ville on January (J.
Tho statu university at Fnyeltevllle,
costing about $.M),0i)', was standing
without ii dollar's iusinanco upon It tv
J-'ayettevlllo Sentinel: Fayettovillo
Call turn out II lim.nr ei'mvil In ii IV.ii.
eutoitainment (ban any other city of
tit ttf,v in mo union.
Galnesvlllo JCvrnU: Tlie Xnnow
trilU'jrn Unllinnil tu miw ,..,.,!..,.
through nidus to McNeil station, 10?)
nines Niiiiuiweto. Ol 1'inu Ulull.
Caillslo rm Ih'.iinvluvr' M,1.r....,1
German n mllles from Now York sta'to
arooxpedod o arrive liero soon to lo
eate near tli.s place.
llecbo Tunes: We understand the
suhurlmn streets of Heebo were named
a snon nine since, nut tlio city dads
have not had thorn published yet.
Newport J'cw.: Tlio real estato
market of Newport is as brisk as over,
and business and resident lots in great
demand. Ten resident lots were sold
to strangers lust week,
FnyettovUIo Hcntiml: Thoro Is a
general cry from tho stogie-raisers of
our county of eboieia among tho hogs,
though It is thought not to no so bad
as It was a few years ago.
Fayellevlllo Jtemoivat : It is
staled that tlie 'Frisco lino is to bo
pushed rigid on to Paris, Toxias, a dis
tance of ono hundred and slxtv-thiMe
miles from Fort Hmlth. A force of
one thousand men will go to work Im
mediately. Newport Ar.w.i; Colonel 1'nrnmorc
has dignified Ids Intention or building
a branch road from Newport to some
point on his lino just as soon as the
trunk lino is completed. Another
boom for Newport.
Fayettovillo Democrat: A real old
fashioned llstlcuirbetweonsevertd par
ties enlivened tilings on tho northeast
coiner last Saturday. Two of tlio par
ties wero old silver-bearded gentlemen,
but they Knocked like professionals.
Idttle Koek Umcttc: That dan
gvrous disease, scarlet fever, is some
what prevalent In tho city nt present.
It is not confined to any special local
ity, there being ono ease In tiie north
western part of town and others In
tlio center of tho city.
Van Hurcn JrapMc: The soapstone
embankment at tlie left erosslngoftho
1 risen at tho head of .Main street has
given way. A large slice of earth and
soanstouo i'in lw. mt.tii ,.... i, ..,n..
moving toward (ho track, threatening
o ewer It. Still further down the
traelc toward tho river other sltdea aro
t. ' i in
Neither mental nor physical labor
can bo accomplished xatlsfiiotorily m
h tho yyatcm is in order. When vou
feel fired, languid, wearied wltliout
u.e(uou, uio mind slow to net, and iv
UUblng great moutal effort, you e.tu't
rest awured Hint your Hverls ot act
ing properly, and that nature requires
assistance to help throw otr lulpurl
Hes. I huro is no remedy that will ac
complish this no mildly and yet effect-
trial will satisfy you of Its merits,
Jan lS-eoil.vw.ini i'
tnre merit, ami not
Henderson is to have a ncwIiHtlonal'
Madlson county scored 242 mar- Bmnswlg.
rlages last year. !
T. F, Wilson Is the new mayor of
Chnrllo Saunders, a pmall boy, was
killed by a fnlllng tree In Hurt county.
A hyphenated newspaper Is paid to
I. ,...r.l.,. ..,.. .,-tkill(t,wi :,. r.r
Six Kentucky editors have an
nounced themselves as candidates for
the legislature. I
An unknown white man was found
dead in tlie river nt I'ctereburg a day I
or two since.
Twenty-one persons left Morgan
county last week to seek new homes
AtOwenton, Watt Tomllnson fell
on the Ice. shattering ids hip. He
will bo crippled for life.
Fire-proof vaults, to cost from $1,500
to $2,000 arc being. placed in the court
house nt Lebanon.
Green circuit coirt- convenes at
Grecnsburg Monday. Taylor circuit
court convenes the same daj
The store of Charles McKee, at Bell I
Point, opposite Frankfort, was burg
larized of K3 on the night of the
Two hundredand forty-three couples
were licensed to marry in Daviess .
county during the year ISSL'. i
Four hundred and fifty bairels of
whiskey came out of bond in Daviess i
county warehouses on the Cth.
John IJrice, the brakernan Injured !
by the cars at Crofton last week, is i
dead from Hie effects of his injuries.
Charles Gefllnger, jeweler, at Uar
rodsburg, made an uislgnmeiit M011-7
day. Liabilities, ?3,000; insets 511,500.
Thomas F. Finch, .sheriff-elect, of,
Jioone county, failed to qualify, and '
J. It. Clutterbeach was atmointcd to
A dinicilltv between Austin Nlr-nr.
and Sol. Noble, on Lost Creek, in
Hrculliitt. f.niintv. I'luloI In tin. fnl.il
shooting of the latter.
Urandeburu is modest In her de
mands. She wants a bank, a town
hall, a public school building and a
railroad, and intends to have them all.
Tho thi-ntre mid hiilnnn tf friumih
Ilurmeu, at Covington, were attached
.Kimiay by a United States marshal,
to satisfy an o)d judgment.
Rteire t Reillngof Louisville have
clo-cd the grocery and Honor store of
James F. Daily of Frankfort, bv at
tachment, for a credit or $3,o00.
Hart county lias a family named
Jutnn and another named r.Htur. a
marriage ii these families would make
i team to beat Maud S. and Ten
The Adair Counts Tmliiutrttil Vus,.
eillHtm Ish lieu- .irmiiilnl!..ii ...I,.,.,,.
objects will be to Induce immigration
10 mo count j, tne building of factories,
Tlie residenceof Mrs. Lizzie Martin,
at Newmarket, bur.ied a few days ago,
together with its contents. An in
surance of $.800 partitdlv Oovers tho
There are not enough niarrlr.gcnbl e
girls in Oweutown to go round, and
llioAVict says mi Influx to (ill tlio de
ficit will bo heartily welcome by a
score or more of woufd-bo benedicts.
The trial of Ivan W. IJownuin, for
the killing ol It. D. Lane, marshal of
Augusta, is In progress in tlie Jiracken
circuit court at Urooksville. Tho evi
dence Is all in, and the argument has
Mrs. Lester was found dead In
Marion county, having been strangled
by n hank of thread which was tied
tightly around her neck. Two men
named Parduo have been arrested,
charged with her murder.
it. L. Munday died suddenly nt
Muuday'H Landing, Mercer county,
taundny. in tho past year he had
taken out lire insurance policies
amounting te $li5,000 for tlio benefit of
hlsBon-ln-lnw, with whom lie lived.
Covington Commonwealth: A prom
inent horseman or Frie, Pennsylva
nia, has entered ids stablo or nineteen
horses for tlie coming July races at
the LnUina race track ; Hicso in ad
dition to entries fiom Missouri and
Not n tjartlclc of quinine In Carter's
I.lver Jilttens but thev are particu
larly recommended to those -who have
long used quinine nud felt its jlnnrioit?
effects. Sold nt wholcsal" by L. N.
VK fit .IW1
JOSEPH fi. BRO
THE lIVfR AND ITS FUHCTWHiS.
PIThub8eairTJIt(iNtVd fut thnt lbs
.1 Um, MrtlnAnt 4iAMillftWb!c!ltOftIltltal
i-1 Umil7Urah)wtriMlntS flrt rlw ffiua
IW nam Amnrrmrnt of th lAnt Tsuprcaa
l not oalj. Us Ihtstn, bat l the ttn Us oat of
lh.mMlfnMrt.rt TS M9A1II hlaod. DD lit T4T
tnrstatb twill. rw thioajcJi thu oren, aoil
In lt pwt thti linpiirit Im th mt!oot
BhUhre Dfcnttrrtar dlstlon rll u far
UlMnlO HJ DFlin In lOO renop.l m wti tuaiv
rul Ac. arwiimusaira. nsiuuu isrwiiiye.
Ui.Hlx LlTtrls IUWB toet oat f onSpt to
srntror l rttot, aad wbrn this ourltli
gmttr or l rttot, aad
laixnilbl for It to iirowrlr
tint Aliowi It to ). tbroneh
trfljmiwvfT "t- (-'v " 1" T.
motlccMio&;ctu:iD9 mir irom iqv diodo,
OT,ltOTlt fAtwalhronffh. cftTTTfBiZtllth lttbs
polfaat cf bleh It (booltt htra boea rellrred.
tern bwoisei act
M.nd oaoreia tu
.. ,... n.lM.ltt.
1 1 ftn-CEtb. Bo the
Import to tud
I ai of bis oi
out. U con
cr to Piles,
Itself of all
ana vigor I
Vn, nil ,hl
tbore I no
Tbe r-solt of rn
una pracriraof vt.
oHd it nt.
but ono tf
fecttbat i br tbctr
tion to d-
In a mild
and ft at
w n.l I M
ASH BITTERN la o medirlo
' S a :
PR lCEl DOLLAR.
an lntoileatlim borerasa,
blo In Iti oompotlte tbl
Fiona is now
Mr. Cassldy s said to have another
Pinatore In his War Dance Mlsfor
The two Jims Roe and Sheridan
returned on the Arizona from tlieir
btiof trip abroad.
Joe Hunt, tho hurdler, lias again
changed hands, Joe Donahuo havimr
sold him to Dr. Hanks. h
Tho Nashville lllood-J Torso Associa
tion has decided to glvo a six daws'
meeting, ooniinencing April 1.
.Sovrann, aged -1, by The" III Used,
dam Sultana, lias been bought bv V
15. Cheatham, Nashville, Tennessee.
Charley ll's fore leg Is worse than nt
lret thought, but Miss Woodford is no
iu tiuy way alleuted as reported.
tlrenada, yh) was a grand race
linivo In his day, has been purchased
Slo "' xli N(i-cs of Marion,
Itlsvervlllci.lv flmf ......i-.n ii.
jockey, will bo reinstated sbortlv in
wfileli event lie will ridu for Mr. W.
J. D. Hhookeney and James Shields
have opened inibUo training staliies.
he former at Lexington, Ky., ftd tl,0
latter at ISheepihend Hay,
,t-V?01",1 Jn fhuliyt of winning sires in
15WUIS tho amentod tt.ir.i.-,i.. m
Jjet, j)laced to their credit ?M,S03
TSaiul Or hu insr with sin sa-, ''
TltO Motltilliil rm.liKT nl....u n.i.
year will embrace Helena, ltozomm
unite, Ai houlH, White Sulphur
bprlngs, Miles City and Fort llcntou.
AlllUtlHir fllff rUna n.. ..a ,
nut w. L. scott;i u , ; i ;r,x """ :
of Frio. Pn.. ui(i. a l ,." '."
evilored turfman of Chicago 111. '
For the next ten days 1 will sell rc
ntalntuL' stock or holiday gowls at cot.
uin'-w K. M. Wbwjj.
Go to Keller's for your wagons, bug
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AndbftlnaF tiiiP"1rvir?tnhlrt In IttMrnrvi
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OFFICE AMD WARuniiQP!
Houston and Main Qe D.. ton j MiiM
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