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Business uaru, - ' Tftl ud business notices will ho charged i; Arof tnnAPnnn. ,nd live cenU por lino for each additional xnti nnr nun iui ivwv easnw nesrtion. "OENEBALDIREOTORY. OFFICUli IMRKCrOKY. eeuoasasaiAw Mm marmOTl L. W. Moore, of Karaite county. aaaavoa-15r nmicr: IW.W.H. Bursee. of Guadalupe Oo. illirATirO ieT DIRTBIUT. flea flo.T. McQenee, or uaje uo. 1,7. J "uKlllean, of Caldwell Co. .luuDT sonar Marnier. B.Telchinuetler, Preeldlne; Judge, Lee range i. M. Bethany, Attorney, Auallnco. ttnLDlva aovnv. Hire. let Mondaje Id If arch and SapMaiber. May eeallaue three weeks. oooarr orrioaat. U R. Kane, Judge county vourt. i.. a. storev. County Clark. Tbee.J. Peel, Diatrlol Clark. f . H. HcBrlda, County Attorney. i. I. Darit. Sheriff. f. a. Johnaou, County Treasurer. B, I. forteon, Aaeoeaor. T. R. Kourqureen, Comroleeloner Freelncr Ho. 1. j.T.ooiortb, ;; ; J. W. Thorn, " " " B. B. Wllblt.'. " .",' K.J. fmltb, Jaatleoof b Paaea Praclncl Mo.l. B. W. Baonar " " ? llixz " ;; T.B.IUElroy " B. J. W.Crow " " If.Lainnairabar, Coaatabla precinct Ho. I, H. Holtr. " " " J. UBggar. " " " 8. m. H. waning. I. P. Obar. Jimii or uoLDiao Coturr ad Paaomo Coor Caanty Court for Criminal. Civil and Probata bua-aau-4lh Moodaya la January, April, July, Oeto- r, Cammtaalonera'Coort Id Monday! la Pabruarr, Bay, Anguat and Movambar. Jmllca Court. Preolnot Mo. 1 Laat Monday In Itch month, at Ian Marcoe. rreeluot No.B Id Krlday In aaen monin s 3d irimDcrisy-a 4 ttb latardar Dripping Iprlnga. cirr orrtcaai. Htyor Hammatt Hardy. Council W. D.Wood. It. j. iravia.ura . -" a. I.. H. Rrowno. Kd. J. h. Groan, P. J. C. Inllb, Dan Bolbalna and Win. Oleirn. Aiiaiior and Collector, II. P. Hepklui. Marihal-J. M. Turner. treat Uomntlaeionor -M. T. Cbaataln. Ceincll meeta the drat Wednesday in eaonmomu. Pablle Behool Trnaleaa meet tire I Tueeday in aacb aienth at the Muor'a office. UIMJKBJVIKM. HRTBODIIT. Preaching at the Velhodlat Church erarr labbath at 11 . m. and T-30 p. m. Iter. J D. Scott, Paetor. Sunday Behool at 1-30 a. at. Dr. J. B. Combe, Superintendent. Teachara meet lug S-SO p. in. Prof. J. R. Prllehett. leader. Toung Ben', meeting, lueeday, T-30 p. m. PreyermMt Ing. Wedneaday, 7-SO p. m. Bervlce lor the Ijdlee Friday, 4 p. m. Wotnan'a Aid Boclety, Thureday, 4 p.m. Womaa'e Mlealonary Uocle y. the f lrel VtHhj In tbe month, 4 p. m. Blngiug, Banday, at 4-M p. m. BAPTI8T.-Preachtng at tbe Bapllat Cburcb erary lundaT. Rev. W. f. Beerler, raetor. landay Scboel at :30 a. m. Toung men'a prayer meeting Tueeday night. Congregational prayer eating Wedneaday night. PRRSBTTRR1AH. Bervloea Ind and 4tb Snndaya each month. Re. 8. J. McMorray, paator. Sunday kkool every labbath at B:20 a. ra. Prarer Meet ing every Thuraday at t:30 p, at. All are Invited le attend. ORRIITIAX. So resralar paetor at preeent. Inday Ichool at a. m. A cordial invitation ai teaded ta all. PUOrisrASTRPIICOPAL. Rev. J.Galbraatb, Paetor. lervlcea the Ind and 4th Inndaya la aacb aatb. Sunday aoheol every Sunday. CATHOLIC rvla 4th Bnndajr la oaobnontu, Kev. rather Smith Paator. MAI!."). ARRIVAB AND DEPARTURE OP, TO AND PROM BAN MARCOS POST OFFICE. Belle from Auatla arrive at fcU a. m. and :00 p. eleee at H)S a. m. and 63S p. at. Belle from Ban Antonio arrive at 10:15 a. 01. and 4:04 a. n . .,ia at a-r. m. aad 4:40 D. ra. Halle from Uckhart arrive at SKM a. m,; and 4:3 p. ., cluae at a. m. and 4:0S p. . Laliag, arrlvee al II M., eloaee at 1S:3. P. M. Above Bella arrive and depart dally. Blanco, via Wlmberley Arrlvee Monday, Wed. eday and Friday, at t r. at. Departa Tueeday, Tkareday aad Saturday al S A. M. arms aeraa. Oeaeral n.llrv rrm a A. M.. ta II ef and Iron P. M.tei P. M. except during dietrtbutlea of lloe ead ea Suadaya aad koltdaye. Opea aa oeMaya thirty atlaulee after dietrtbutlea ei eace ke prladpal aalla. . - XI. At. . D. A. GLOVER. W. D. WOOD. PRUtDEirr. WE PBEST. TOM n. GLOVER, CASaOZB. Clover National Bank OF HA.1 J1AKCIM, Capital Taid rp ftiO.OOO. Axtkorized Capital. 9150,000. fleaenJ lutli. ladaM Traaaaeeel. A. af Bercaaaie. Ft rate ed lavdtvidaala aellctteel BIBBCTOBB. W. D. WOOD. W. O. aTTTOaTiaOaT. v. trrcmnrs, aaex T. wooraix. A. tlSTII. B. W. gMSAlAKM. HjSSlyJ tD- J. L. GREEN. HAMMETT HABDT. E. L. THOMAS. Cunn. FlRSTMlTIORAL BANX OB HAV.'VJ MlatlVM. CHaI Stock Psxi Up, $ 80,000. ArfWiMd Capiul, - - 250,000. " eaklet Baelaeea. CaHirtliea awAa ea as oovajava. ,ltu r" "' ea. Pari arm. WlnBire) aad MBCCTOBB. P.T. T., Jm. . Snaaee. gaaaau Baewe. J w. Paara i DR. N. M. NYE DENTIST, Glorer Bulldlnr, oa the Square Special attention given to Diseases of the Month and Faclul Neurlli mr81y BUSINESS DIRFXTORY. BANKERS. GLOVEU NATIONAL BANK OF Maroon, North side Plaza. 8AN TTURST NATIONAL BANK of Ban liar aTl A3 A I A T)l.a.A LA WTERS. O n. MoBRIDE. Att'y and Land Agent. O. Office over First National Bank, Ban Marcos. NOTARY PUBLIC. T H. JULIAN, Judge Wood's Hew uuiia L. ing, Upstairs. DENTISTS. TvB. J. H. COMBS, Judge Wooa's new U Building, upstairs. DRUGGISTS. RAYN0LD8 PlnzA. & DANIEL, North side DRY GOODS ctv GROCERIES. T. TALBOT, Next National Bank. door to First " OHNSON dc JOHNSON, Northwest cor, tj plaza. D AILEY & BltO., Southwest Corner Plaza. GROCERIES. W.LEA VELL,8outhsidePublio Plaza T THOMAS TAVLOtt East Side Plaza. JJABDY & CO., North side Plaza FURNITURE. T W. NANCE, AnMtmHt..near aoutneas. J . Corner of Public Square. WA TCIIMAKERS fc JK WELERS. BOBBINS, North side Plaza. GROCERIES & HARDWARE. GIESEN, South side plaza. VILLIJ ERY. MBS, RICHARDSON, nearly opposite Nance's Furniture Store. SADDLES AND HARNESS. POSTER, North Side the Square. Alliance Directory. DECLARATION OP PniHClPLBI. Prnfnnnillv Imnreieed that we. ae tbe Parmera' Alliance, united by tbe etrong and faithful tiee of financial and home Intereata, abould eet forth our declaration of intentlone, we, therefore, reaolve : 1. To labor for the Alliance and lie purpeeee, aeaored that a ftllhrulobaervanee of tbe following priuciulte will Inenre our menial, moral ana nn.u- elal Improvement. 1. I'oendoree tbe motto; "In Ihlnge eeeentlal, unity i In all thing., eharlty. B. To develop a better etato mentally, morally, aoclally and financially. 4. To create a better uoderetandlng for eualalu ln our dvll nfiieera iu maiaulnlng law and order. 5. Ta conatantly atrive to aeeure entire harmony and good will among mankind, and brotherly love among onreelvee. S, To euppreaa paraonal. local, aectlonal and na tional projudleea, all unhealthy! rivalry, aad all aelflek ambition. orrioaaa nui rats Atuaaoa Been Jonee. Preeldent T. M. Smith. Vice Preeldent H.O. Moore. Secretary Dublin. . .BIootLlng Orove. , Fort Worth. .... ....Orandvlew. Llvingetea. Meala, Treaeurer. J. A. Indera Chaplain, Rev. McCrory lecturer, J.I. Moody Doorkeeper, T. Calloway ........ ... a nrbMnir. John Werbaea Beageaat-at-Arma, t D. Wright,. ...Sprlogtewa. ancimi eeauirma, B. J. Keadrlck, Cbairmaa B. P. Kogera. D. M.Caaalag ' j-raeoiABT cvatarrraa. ....Waco Felretle. .Beaakiee W. B. Petty C. W.Oeera , M. P. B. Taylor Upaa Deatea. iatfaraaa HAYS COUSTY FARMERS' ALU ASCE. H. B. Word. Freeldeat Or. J, O. Berbee. Vice ProelSewt. W. GeraeM, eereterf J. W. MeClleteek Treaeorw Ber.D A. Porter. Cbaplala , Kyle. T. Ky'e, ..Placbev'e Stare. ...aa Mama. Kyle. UBT OF SCBORDIBaTI AtXIABCIl CODB1T. IB BATS Drtpte BpVpejw.A. Bear rwai Beawema atoaeae wlaaWfVy '.Vt'to Baaeee. A. riwaeaiae Bell Spriaga. Carper ....... Cypveea...... Ceteaaeee. aViMerewd (TIPE METAL $2r fcaa TJ I7"waiio 1., : Tt SAete.. ea-aaaj SsSI'taniaa Painter and Trimmer, ? B JtBar . - . J7f I SJ aJMbaAflb filial i -y.-rr- c -b -- l'1- 1; V Aa.....: pmim SsFSJKE: .t,-aev a Ba ad. , TratTVTIlrl J WWOI. Absolutely Pure. Tbla sawder aever varlaa. A medal af am elrength and wheleeomeneea. More economical than the ordinary klnde, and ean not be aold l com petition with the multitude ol lo tee), ehort weight alum ar Dhoanbate powdere. Bold only In cane. RavAL Babiko Pownaa Co.. 104 Wall St.,R, T. For Bala In Ian Marooa. by H. HARDY CO. GROCERIES. Large slock, constantly re newed. First-class business facilities. Orders from the trade solicited. Satisfaction o unrrnteeiJ. COTTON. The most extensive Cotton Factor ape business in the Slate. Cotton handled by experts in the business. Prompt and bus iness like treatment. LorreS' pondence solicited. Wm. D. Cleveland 4 Co. HOUSTON. TEXAS. CORONAL INSTITUTE San Marcos. Texaa. BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. FACULTY OF COMPETENT AND EX PERIENCED TEACHERS. Full Ziteraty, Scientific and Ziiefinett Courses. Snecial Facilities in Music. Art, Spanish and USooK-keepin. Tinrlne the nrerent anramer tbe buildlnge have etory.wlth maaeard roof added, affording ample dormltoriea for young ladlea. HOARD, Including fuel, llgbta and waablng. All 50 per month, other ratee are moderate. hn ihAPouffniv renaireo aw ..h,wh. ... Annual aeaeion oeaina toe prai aiiiuj iu k- tember. For catalogue and further particulara aa Ae Ae TMOIHAltPresmeni. augsiy TO FARMERS. TVia Ktanrliirrl Auo aim a mvn UULilVAlUJtt. The Cassadf SULKY PLOW The Deere, and Eagle, Steel and Wooden Beam PLOWS and DOUBLE SHOVELS, The McCoraick MOWEB and BINDEB 4rt all too well known to need any introduction 10 the farmers, and are sold . ea ar AT . as low as tie lowest, oy WM. CIESEN. Agent - COME AMD SEE ME! scnuisZ-E, I a pea B t r . ad ftea pea eatta- ftKtlefU Aa old friend who baa been Inclined follow Darwin's phUoaophy, In the follow, Ins liuea which be sends as, confesses tbat be Is p axiled. We regret we cannot jive him any eonsolatlon oa tnat line. En, Fbi Pbiss. "tbb auaviTAL of tbb rrrmrr." U tbe surriral of tbs attest" Constitutes, aa we are told, Tbe "universal oanss of aotion" As Nature's mysteries aufold; If to seek a bieber fitness. Or congeniality of soul, To harmonise the crude and boisterous And blend and beautify tbe whole, Were what was meant by the "survival, "Tbs fittest" always In tbs read. Why, then, Iwer. true, grand and noil And worthy any Mart or AMd. But as I understand tbs teaching, Tie nothing more nor leas than thlst Sueotu determines svsry question Of right and wtvng,at pain and bliss. If thit is all pervading Nature, Controlliua, moulding, all for good, And might makes right tbehigbest feature Of Wisdom s august plenitude; Then warfare must be so delightful, A joyous, happy, blissful state: And man and beasts find highest pleasure Its blessings to perpetuate. "Get Dossession." is ths motto "Which constitutes nine points In law," And when you get bold, grip tbe tighter, And ne'or be tempted to withdraw. If this, Indeed, be the "turtital," Which modern sclenee lauds so high, No oughtnuts e'er to be considered, Tbat finite wisdom can deory, Wby.tben, tbe duos should take ths bind most, Tbe moral of tbe thing Is gone; Tie all a jumble, naught but blindness, No intellect is leadiug on. - L. M. W., San Diego County, Cat AFTER MANY YEARS. On the extreme point of tbe Headlands was a ragged bowlder, standing, as 11 wore, at anchor, for the salt waves beat In a circle round its base; and on its Bum rnit, swinging out with a daring rock lessncss that would have been appalling to timid, inland folk, a sturdy youth wearing the mde curb of a fisherman that was Uarry Melville. Ho broke out into a song a rude, nautical thing; but tbe old tiino air was sweet, and the voice that sung it wondrous clear and reso nant, ringing out like a trumpet peal abovo the dash of the waves, yet sweet and tender as the note of wood thrush. Over and over again ho trilled the quaint ditty, until every echo caught up the strain, and the whole place and . the crreat sea itself seemed thrilling with melody. Just then the door of the old farm house swuntr open, letting out a brood flood of lamp light and a slender girlV fliruro: and an instant lator this sell same figure, quaint and prim in its gowi of gray, stood just behind the singer Ho sang on, utterly unconscious. "Harry!" He was near losing his balance, and his anno- came to a sham and sudden end, leaving the closing night in silence. The girl broke into a merry laugh. "Well. SvriaT' he askea. "Nothing only supper Is waiting, and Aunt Sarah is growing impatient," she reDlied. "Oh, that's our Tne eager ngni aiou out of his eyes, leaving them gloomy and abstracted. "I do not want any suDoer: i ve made up my mina, syria.- She irave a quiok, gasping breatn, out face and voice were quiet. "Well, Horryr "I'm going!" "When?" "At daybreak." Her very Hps paled, and her slendei lingers shook and txpmbled, but her eye remained true and steady. Well." she answered slowly, "Qod bless you. Harry!" The boy stood silent, bis eyes used on the far coast line, where tbe red sunset were slowly burning out, hb thoughts busy with the past. One night especially, stood out clear and vivid s wild, stormy ntgnt, wnen tne sy war like ink, and the mod sea thundered un til the old farmhouse shook to its very center. They were down on the) strand. his father and a half dosen fishermen himself, a sturdy lad, following like a young spaniel. Hard work lay before the men. A stately vessel lay out ot. the bar, and the strong gale was-driving ber to pieces. Boat after boat startea oui as net boomlnir mat begged for ivsslstanc, but each one was swamped or driven back It was mere desneratloa, an old eaukH said; no boot could stand such a gale they could do nothing. His fatties chuckled to himself, and bringing out a sturdy craft of his own, placed hlmsell at its helm, and. went out into the) dark- k. never to return again, the men averred; but Harry did not believe It lie had never known his father to fail and be sat down amid tbe crash am! roar to watch and wait. And not vain ly, for by and by the sturdy boat beat iu way back, bringing only one trophy. a little sea waif that the old man had picked up tiny girl child with flaxen hair and blue eyes. The rough men bore ber Bp to thst old farm boune, Harry trotting on behind. and before day dawn the) booming jrune arere silent, fur the stately vessel, after a bravw fight, had gone down beeUi the hungry wava. Capt Melville and his wire could do avoOting boots or leas than to adopt the Ihtke stona gift and bring bar ap a tKrir ewa child. So they called ber Sy ria. aiW all; aad as aha nterged Into lenbood the lads csvlled her the "beaUa U the or a " &b aad Harry had bewa slater aad tar cat bar for ten ysara, Atng their frngal n.aa trrmm tjaa aaama TKArrlIara ateaal ' ttavriac the sua bad ta rhiUhood. I I "Tea, the Black Vrfm aeUai at day fercak and rat giag in ber, Syria." be said, bis eyes solemn ana tenner ana n is voice tremulous. Tlio girl stood silent s moment; then putting the question with a forced taught "How far are you going, Harry r shs said. "When do you expect to coins backr "The Dlaok Dragon's bound around tha world, I believe," be weponded, "and as to coming back well, it will be years before 1 tea tha Headlands again, I guess." Then a sudden light biased up In his yes. "Shall you miss ma when I'm gone, do you think, Syria!" he asked. A swift rose color bloomed In ber fair cheeks, and her eyes overflowed with tears. "Harry," aha said, her voloe sweet with unspoken tendorneea, Tm super stitious, you know, I want too to take tlds with vou." unolasDtnR' a slender sold chain from her neck. "I always had a fancy that this little trinket possessed some hidden charm. Put It on your nock, please, and if you ever are left to the mercy of the wild waves, It will save you. may be. as It did me." At moon rise everything was ready, and with bis knapsack strapped across his shoulders, Harry stood In the door way. "Oood-by, father!" his voloe husky. "Qood-by. Harry. Make a man o' yourself before you cast anchor again." "Ay. ay, father!" Then he broke down, and pulling his cap over his eyes strode away without another word. One after another the seasons followed each other. Tbe gray moss on the old farmhouse roof grow larger and thicker the old captain was getting rheumatic and dosed away the afternoons in the chimney corner, and Aunt Sarah wai losing something of her old bustling ac tivity. Beautiful Syria! The promise of her girlhood was being developed into glori ous maturity. But she might have been a poarl, as they called her. in her Icy secluslveness, for all the human feeling slio seemed to possess. Every day the Black Dragon was looked for, and every evening brought a disappointment, At last, one golden afternoon, when sunlight streamed In yellow bars over the sanded floor, and Syria had looped bock the curtains with clusters of scarlet ber ries and sprays of wintergreen, and ranged the golden pippins In long rows on the mantle, In the very midst of their expectation the tidings came, brought from the city by a fisherman. The Black Dragon, homeward bound, took fire just under the line, and every soul on board perished. Harry would never corns home! A silence more solemn than death fell on the old form bouse, Aunt Sarah sunk beneath the blow Into feeble second child hood, and tbe old captain grew morose and sullon. Syria alone bore the blow bravely. Fair and white aa a pearl, she moved about with sealed lips and solemn . a a SB it . a B 1 B eyes, taking ail me neavy nousenoiu cares upon Iter slender shoulders and working from dawn till twilight Then, whnn tha hush of niirht brooded over ths great sea, she took tier sole recreation. Gliding down to the beach, she would clamber to the top of the rough bowlder and sit for an hour looking out to sea, with ber poor eyes full of piteous expeo she Bald, "I won't forgot; he'll come by and by; my little charm will bring him I will wait." At last there came an afternoon black with portentous omens. "I never see sich signs as these at ths Headlands only once afore, and then- we hod a gale that just shivered things and we are going to have it again," The old fisherman was correct; about sunset It came, with a thundering crack and crash, as If the very heavens were being rolled together. "The guns have ceased," ne saia, put ting on bis oilcloth coat "The poor ship's gone. I am going down to ths shore to see what the boys are doing." "A bad night cap n," one of them sara as be and Syria approached. "Poor luck, captain poor lucki we tried putting out tbe DCvta. but it was no go the gale was too bard. We picked up only that chap, and orS none lor. Syria's eyes followed his pouting lin ger, and beheld stretched upon the wet sand the figure of a man. "He's not dead, father I" she cried. "There's warmth here Indeed there 1st Let's take him np to the bouse and try to save bim." Do aa she bids you," said tbe old man; ana tne men ODeyeo. " Tis he your son Harryt Don't you seer Will you waste your precious timef Let us work and save hlmr she said. And they did. By aad by a faint u . V.. ""iV dim red shone in his pal cheeks, and he murmured. Just above hi. breath, warmth diffused Itself over bis body; a mo r.i a i.t i .-. w .in.r Syria heard him, and without a word - " . .... ...I or a sigh dropped In a dead faint at bis very feet In a few days be entirely recovered and related his adventures. He had made his fortune and was coming boms to stay, and no one was more happy than Syria. But three weeks after there was a arand wedding at the old firm hoc aev Capt. Harry Melville neclred for his h.iA Rrri. thai fnunline-. tha WntiTul -Wleof tbe ocean," nd their cup was; ruiL-wavwiey Bipnns, Dtstribatlag his ravers. fTsck.) Tonnir Mrs. Green Henry, deer. do yoa think eo tnncb bread and no- la is good lor Harry i Young Mr. Ureen Certainly us good for bim. Don t yoa know -breed is tbe at ff of bfe f Yoorir Mrs. Qreen Teeee bat so much moles a is, yoo know! , Young Mr. Green--Well, what of ilf Ha donl eat tbe toolaaaep, ne leaves that on tbe door-knob. Hpeech by the President We make tbe following extraot from the Bpeeoh of President Hani son at tha laying Qf the corner stone of the Soldiers Monument at In dianapolis: "I congratulate ths people of In diana that our Legislature has gen erooBly met tbs expectations of onr patrioUo people. Cheers. I eon gratnlats tbs Commission having this work in charge, that they bare secured a design which will not suffer under ths criticism of tbe beet artists of ths world. Cheers.1 1 congratulate you that a monnment so costly as to show that we Talus that which it commem orates, so artistic aa to express ths sentiment which evoked it, is to stand in ths Capital of Indiana. Cheers. Does anj one ny there is wasteful ness here. I Cries of 'No, no! 1 My countrymen, two hundred thousand dollars has never passed, and never will pass, from the treasury of Indi ana, tbat will give a better return than the expenditure for the erection of this monument Cheers. Aa I have witnessed these ceremonies and listened to those patriotic hymns, I have read in the faces of tbe men who stand about me tbat lifting np of the soul, that kindling of patri otic fire, that has made me realise that on such occasions tbe Nation is laying deep and strong its future security. .Cheers. "This is a monument by Iudiana to Indiana soldiers. Bat I bog you to remember tbat tbey were soldiers of Indiana only until the enlistment oath was taken ; that from tbat hour until they came back to the generous state that bad sent them forth they were soldiers of tbe Union. Great applause. So that it seemed to me not inappropriate that I should bring to you to-day the sympathy end cheer of the loyal people of all the States. Applause and great cheering. Kb American citizen need avoid it, or pass it with un sympathetic eyes, for, my country men, it does not commemorate a war of subjugation. There is not in the United States to-day a man who, if be realizes what has occurred since tbe war, and bas opened bis soul to the sight of tbat which is to come, who will not feel tbat it is good for all our people tbat victory crowned tbe cause which this monn ment commemorates, f Cries of Amen and applause. I do serious ly believe that if we can measure, among the States, tbe benefit result ing from the preservation of the Union, tbe rebellious States have the larger share. Applause. It destroyed an institution that was their destruction. It opened the way for a commercial life that, if they will only embrace it, and face the light, means to them a develop ment tbat shall rival the best attain ments of tbe greatest of our States! Applause. J "And now let me thank you for your pleusant greeting. Applause. bave felt lifted up by this occa sion. It seems to me tnat our spir its have been borne np to meet those of tbe dead and glorified, and that from this place we shall go to e . A I our homes more resolutely set in our purpose as citizens to conserve the peace and welfare of our neign- borhoods, to hold np tbe dignity and honor of our free institutions, and to see that no barm shall come to our country, whether from internal dissensions or from the aggressions of a foreign foe." Great and pro longed Bpplaufie.J The Killing ef Terry. Chicago Times: Few persons are inclined to mourn over tbe murderer of Broderick. lie has sowed tbe wind, lie bas reaped tbe whirlwind. Chicago Tribune : Tbe insult to Judge Field was from every point of view so cowardly and inexcusable Hint the atonement for it was hardly too swift or severe. Cincinnati Commercial Gazette t It was clearly tbe purpose of Terry to put an insupportable indignity on tbe Judge, and kill bim if be resented it, ss be was certain to do, and be got what be deserved on tbe spot Evoiisville Journal : This tragedy proves for the thousandth time tbat F. . T.L.-i;fj, IT"?"" I'tUJ nimeeie ut) vcwiuom auv.w ......... j , and that men who commit murder e.a a A . aV alalt Ia with imrjunitv are almost certain to meet tbe same fate sooner or later. Birmingham Age-Herald: It is doubtful if Jodge Terry bas been sane since bis connection with Sarah AltheaHilL He bas certainly acted like a mad man, bis laat set being verv much of tbat nature. SUI1 tbe malira in bin attack on Justice Field shows tbat be understood Pvirf ey ' well what be was doing. RL Iuialteonblie: Tweatr years i 'ago, Terry was ths type of a eon aid-1 'erable elaaa. When be was shot be I was happily one of the laat of bis kind, there are few people now so ienorsnt aa to believe that the nab- ton! assarr'n. ready with bis knife or his pistol, ban any of the distinctive traits of tbe gee lie man. Tbe Louisville Gorier-Journal folly eoocors with tbe above. TTo. Clark RasaoH is writing a 'ue of Lord elsorw Eight thousand people attended the big reunion of the confederate) veterann of Comanche and Erath counties, Texas, at the war-like town of Comanche the other day. It was ' no one-sided affair. Not only were tbe "vets" of the Mexican wsr given a place of honor, but all the old Union ' soldiers in tbe counties were tot the first time invited to join in the exer cises. Tha boys in blue were given ' a conspicuous place in tbe proces sion, and the Union soldiers made a speech in their behalf. Before) tbe -affair was over everybody felt so fra-1 ternai mat au tne ex-ieaerai soldiers were unanimously made honorary members of tbe association, which was doing the handsome thing. All . who bad feared tbat this mingling of the element would revive old ant mosities left the grounds firmly con vinced of their error. Heathen Cettea Mills. - ; Tbe number of cotton mills now in the south, as oompared with 1880 has doubled, while the number of spin-' dies and looms are more tban treb bled, the tendency being to build j mills of greater capacity tban form erly. From 161 mills having 667,854 spindles and 14,823 looms in 1880, ibis industry has increased until there are now 855 mills, with 2,035,267 spindles and 45,001 looms. More over, there are many mills nnder con. straction and projected, and a nam-, ber of old mills are increasing their enpaoity. Letters to the Baltimore Manufactureri iceoora from leading , manufacturers in the South as to the outlook for the cotton industry, indi-' cale that the production of coarse cotton goods in tbe South is tempo-, rarily in excess of tbe demand, and tbat the South must make the finer goods, and also, seek a foreign market By means of direct steamship lines to Central and South America. Ohio in general and Cincinnati in Jiarticular ought to find small cause or self-gratulation in the spectacle presented at the latter place on Sun day of united and premediated op position to the law on tne part of more than 100 saloon-keepers, sup ported by a riotous mob. They were arrested after a bard and all-day's fight, it 4s true, but the lawless de- monstration only testifies to the im punity with which in recent years they have been allowed to defy the Sunday closing and other regulative statutes. Politics has done it. Ring rule and partisan bossism brought the saloon into ascendency, and tha thick-and-tbin spirit of national party support was assiduously cultivated by tbe bosses in municipal politics to tie the bands of law-abiding citizen ship, and with wonderful success. Now the latter bos finally asserted its independence, and the saloon, for tbe moment demonstrative in defiance of law, has had to yield a point The lesson should be forcible enough to insure for some time tbe general practice of independent voting in Ohio municipal politics at least. Comfort for the Kouth--A Methodist Bishop en the Kace uaestioB. Chicago, September 9. Bishop Newman, of Omaha, addressed the Methodist ministers at their meeting to-day at the Methodist church block on tbe subject of the race problem in the south and the work of the Metho dist church in solving it Tbs speak er told of bis late trip through the country and gave several illustrations of bis experience. Ignorance and fanaticism were to blame for much of tbe ill feeling, be said, bnt contrary to tbs general belief, ignorance and fanaticism were as much on one aid as the other. Colleges for colored people were doing a wonderful amount of good, and a prominent southern statistician admitted that there were now more illiterate people among tbe whites tban among tbe colored people. Tbis was largely due to tbe efforts of the Methodist church in poshing education among tbe negroes. Tbe speaker said be called on the Governor of South Caro lina and bad a long talk with bim. He discovered for tbe first time thst the Methodists were not working for social equality for tbe negroes, bnt for full political recognition. "He complained," said tbe bishop, "of the terrible strain of conflict engendered by race prejudices. I told bim that be bad a comparatively easy problem. Ton of the south. I said, bave only vonr native born people to contend with, while we in the north have all of Europe. I would rather a tbooe and times to be a southerner and have tbe race problem to grapple with tban to be here ia Chicago and tbe north ud be confronted by tbswe Tart becdes of ignowtfoTfHgnerswho are swarming over here totAvkepoaae. son. Aa Active! (OiaaU WawUJ Tsaeber How do we 13 if any. iLiog is avreet or soon Popil By tbe sense of taste. Tsaeber end bow do yoa distia geisb colortT Pupil By the sttvee of toeh. Tssobr--Toa eeal feel eolcra,ea For! lea; doe, t you wqwub. feel b'.ost . J. L. 6aaae.