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Who Kath with hit) own Pet Hrhrmr Cultivate the Field or Human Mature. There have always been quacks : legal quacks, theological quacks, scientific quacks and medical quacks. Some ol them are bland, oily fellows who argue and smile the world Into believing In their favorite bit of humbug. Others are pompous and preteutious parasites. But they make it pay. Men seem to love to be swindled., stipulating only that It shall be neatly done. The dear public are equally liberal to the electric and magnetic fraud. This fellow Is a genius in his line. He will put a niiignetic belt around your waist, a magnetic necklace under your chin, or lit you out with an entire suit of magnetic clothes, warranted to serve the pur- pase of ordinary garments, and at the same time to cure all diseases, from w hooping-cough to hasty consumption. . Most of these have nOTiiore electric or mag netic power about them than resides in woolen blankets or in girdles of sackcloth. Only when applied by an expert is electricity of the slight est use as a medicinal agent, and even then its value Is grosily overstated. What Is the strong est posslMe presnniptive evidence in favor of a particular remedy? Clearly that it should have been prepared by responsible per-una of acknowledged skill in the treatment of disease. Squarely on this foundation stands BEN SON'S CAFCINE POROUS PLASTER. En dorsed by 0000 physicians, pharmacists, drug gists and chemists, it needs no further appol ogy nor introduction. It is the one and only true and tried external application. Quacks of all kinds pay the Cajiciue the compliment of their dislike, as Satan is said to hate holy water. look in the middle or the plaster for the word "CAPCINE." Price 25 cent. Seabury & .lohnsou, Chemists, New York. Natural Fruit Flavors. SPECIAL EXTRACTS. Prepared from the choicest Fruits with out coloring, poisonous oils, acids c artifi cial Essences. A.'y.ays uniform in irength, without any adulterations or npurrties. Hare gained their reputatio' from their perfect purity, superior strer.nth and qual. Hy. Admitted by all who have used tl m is the" most delicate, grateful and naturu flavor for cakes, puddings, creams, etc, MAOTTFACTUHED BY STEELE & PRICE, Chicago, 111., and St. Louis, Mo., jUur f Lwpalla Yeaat Grain, Ir. Prlw. Crmm Bkln Powder. d br. Prie' Uulqu 'rfpaaeo. VF MAKF NO.RPCrtWO CR.AOE COO OS TUTY'S PILLS A DISORDERED LIVER IS THE BANE of the present generation. It la for the Cure of this disease and its attendants. bTck-headache, BILIOUSNESS, DYS PEPSIA. CONSTIPATION, PILES, etc.. that tlITT'8 PILLS have gained a world-wide reputation. No Remedy baa ever been discovered that acta so gently on the digestive organs, giving them vigor to aa- eimUate food. As a natural resnlt. the JJervoua System ib Braced, the Mtiaclea are Developed, and the Body Bobust. ' B. 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Not only does it Impart strength to the w eak, but it also corrects an irreinflar acid state of the stomach, makes the bowels ac t at proper Intervals, gives ease to those who suffer from rheumatism and kidney troubles, and conquers as well as prevents fever huJ atrue. ror sale by all dma;its and dealers general! . THE LOWELL HOBMH? TLMES I the lead! n k Daily paper in Intwrll, 3Iasa-hutettM. S'riee M ceutf" per month,; Weekly Time jl.M) per year. Sample copies sent on appli cation. Advertising contracts, for long or snort tenn-i, can lie made at. the Matesman oiiu'e. v. ln-re :iiso subscriptions Will be ieceived and rcci'ijits ! en, api SPECIAL TELEGRAMS Elgin. April 12. One of our most worthy and enterprising merchants, Mr. Phil Bassish, left us this morning for an extensive trip through Eu rope, to be absent some four or five months. His friends wish him pleasant trip and a safe return home. He is expected to bring his mother and other relatives with him on his return. Weather line and farmers all in fine spirits. Our railroad agent, Mr. E. D. Dur fee, and family returned home last night from Burnet, where they have been visiting mends ana relatives. .Marshall, April iz. A very severe storm struck our section about 2 o'clock last night, and it was cer tainly a very peculiar one. The wind blew at a fearful rate and the light ning flashed in every direction. In fact, the air was lighted with elec tricity. A. dark cloud overhung everything and all was darkness, but strange to say. not one drop of r;iin tell eitnur here or an v where arouna as far as heard from. A great deal of timber was blown down and nouses unroofed throughout the country. The loss will be considerable. AVe thought "Wieeina had come. Kev. A. u. Aiitcneu, 01 ueorgia, nas been called to taue charge or the Baptist church at this point. A revival or religion is now in progress at the Methodist church of considerable dimensions. Houston, April 12. Pigeons for the big shooting continue to arrive. The members of the Houston gun club are preparing at the grounds for the comfort of visitors and spectators. There will lie no admission fee charged, and the public, both ladies and gentlemen, are cordially invited to witness the contest. The board of directors of the Texas Journal of Education, a journal pub lished under the auspices ot the pub lic school superintendents of the state, have decided to change the place of publication of that journal from San Antonio to Houston, and the next number will be gotten out in this city. This journal was taken charge oi by the public school super intendents at their annual meeting in this city some months ago, and placed under the charge of a directory, of which Air. wakens, of the firm ot W likens and Adey; ot this citv, is the president. The public school superintendents of the state are the contributing editors, and the resident superintendent where the Journal is published, the supervisorv editor. It is now pretty generally conceded and admitted on the part of all other applicants for the position, that County Surveyor J. J. Gillespie has been promised, the appointment to the position of city assessor and col lector on the contingency of a vacancy It is said Mr. Gillespie has been promised the nomination by the mayor, and his confirmation will very likely loilow the nomination. - Dallas, April 12. Thos. Nash, the representative from Dallas county, returned from Austin to-day. He has made all arrangements to enter the field of journalism, and at once takes charge of the "Mesquiter," published at Mesquite, in this county. . Senator Evans, of Fannin county, passed through the city, en route home, this morning. Hon. F. D. Wilkes, of Lampasas, returned home irom uurraio Gap, via Dallas, to-day. He went to Uuffalo Gap to defend Zeno llempstill, charged with the murder of Rose Breeding, but the case was continued till the next term of court, by the state. Hon. J. Harvey Mather, editor of the Memphis Evening Ledger, and Lex-Superintendent . K. Smith, ot the aiemplus and Little Rock railroad, ' with their families, spent the day in the city and left to-night for Chicago. They re turn next week and go to Monterey, Mexico, via El l'liso and San Antonio. The party are on a trip of. pleasure and health-seeking. A stranger passed several 'counter feit five-dollar greenbacks on mer chants to-day, making small pur chases ana . getting the change in good money. Detectives were put on his track this evening, but he has not yet been captured. It is believed the state is being worked by a gang of "shovers of the queer." Sheriff J. M. Goff, of Throckmorton county, and Deputy E. L. liucker, of the unorganized county of Stonewall, have been in the city all day in con sultation with officers ard detectives, but are mum as to th jir business. Sheriff Corker, of Burnet county, to-day informed Dall is officials that a rapist from liurnet county named T, M.- Robertson, is at -arge, and that he will pay 8100 reward for his capture. : A petition has been gotten up among citizens of the new town of East Dallas, asking the county court to order an election that the question may be voted on as to whether East Dallas will annex herself to Dallas or remain as a separate municipality. Several names were received to the petition this eyening. Only forty were necessary. This is the out rowth of the war between the occu pation tax and non-occupation tax elements in the late city election, in which the occupation -taxists were victorious. The Western Union telegraph com pany are rushing up a new wire from Dallas to .New Orleans via Marshall and Shreveport. The section bet w een Marshall and Dallas was completed to-day. and the construction force be gin operations between Marshall and New Orleans at once. Rumor has it that the new wire is for special news service for a branch of the Times Democrat to be located in Dallas. Galveston, April 12. About one o'clock this morning the alarm of fire was sounded by the ringing of bells and the screeching of steam whistles, and the heavens in the western part of the city were lurid.- Hurrying in that xurection, it was found that the Galyeston Hour mills were ablaze and that the flames were spreading rapid ly. Although the alarm was sounded promptly, owing to confusion in sig nalling the location, the fire depart ment were tardy in reaching the scene of conflagration, and by the time they got a stream upon the mills the flames were bursting through the roof, and in a little while the whole building, which was a frame struc ture, was one broad sheet of flame, and a little later a mass of smoulder ing ruins. The fire department, how ever, prevented ine names rrom spreading to the adjoining build ings and warehouses. The wind was blowing a sun, nreeze frem the south at the time, which carried the sparks and blazing cinders across a vacant spaye iuiaj iuo nay. The Galveston flour mills were owned by Messrs. Miller & English, and were valued at $50,000. They were erected in 1876 by Messrs. Gar cia & Herford, on the corner of Me chanic and Thirty-second streets, at a cost of 834 000. Two years after they were purchased by Messrs. Miller & English, who put in new machinery, engine and steel boilers, and made other improvements, at a cost of $16, 000. The mil's were regarded as equal to the best in the state, and were a lucrative property. How the fire originated is a profound mystery. The proprietors say the mills closed down as usual at 6:30 last evening, and the employes had all gone home, and that there was no occasion for any fire about the premises after that hour. The- insur ance on the mill, machinery, etc amounts to $38,000, and is distributed among twenty companies,: viz: Mill, machinery, etc.. La Confianee, of France, 85000; Fire Association, of Philadelphia, $2,000; East Texas, of Tyler, $1000; Western, of Canada, 2-j; London and Provincial, of Eng land. 81250; Traders, of Chicago. $1250; .New Orleans Insurance Com pany, of 2s ew Orleans, $625; Fire In surance Association, of England, 1500; St. Paul Insurance Company, of Minnesota, $1000; North German, of Hamburg, $1000; Home Insurance Company, of Xew York, $3500; Star Insurance Company, of Xew York, S100U; London and Lancashire, of England, $1000; New York Under writers, of Xew York, $2500; Trans Atlantic, $1000; Sun Mutual, of Xew Orleans, $1250; Howard, of Xew York, $1000; Crescent, of Xew Or leans, $1000; Royal, of England, $1500. Total, $30,000. Stock in mill: London Asurance, of England. $1000; London Provincial, $1250; East Texas, of Tyler, $1250; Wrstern, of Canada, $1350; Home, of Xew York, $1250. Total 3oss $6000. Stock in warehouse: London Assur ance of England, $1000; Hartford In surance of Connecticut, $2000 about 50 per cent loss. Miller & English will, as soon as practicable, erect a new mill on the site of the old, and equip it with all the modern improve ments. Sheriff Bradley, of Ellis county, ar rived from Waxahachie this morning, having in custody W. C. Burch, who was in business here on Market street, and skipped out several weeks ago, leaving various firms in the lurch for large amounts. He will have an ex amination before Recorder Fontaine on the charge of swindling. The Theatre Comlque, run by k rank Kay & Co., on 1'ostonice street. closed last night under execution and the property attached for debt San Antonio, April 12. At 10:30 a. m. to-day Judge Turner, of the fed eral court, overruled the motion for a new trial in the Russell case and before sentencingRussell, asked him if he had aught to say why sentence should not be passed upon him. Still well II . Russell then arose and said "What have I to say why the sentence of this court should not be passed upon me? I stand for the first time at the. forum of justice, where l have stood so often pleiiding the causes of others, to speak on my own behalf, and these words bear a strange -import to me. I wrill say, as I feel it my duty to my- selt and my manhood, to truthiuiiy say, and shall say as long as the blue dome of the vault of heaven shall be above me and I have the power to utter the words, that I am innocent entirely and unqualifiedly. That have been too trusting and confiding in others I admit, but I have no in tention of making a scape-goat of anyone, and if my having to bear the brunt of the sentence of this court may be the means of saving and sparing ethers irom penalties, i am willing to submit. 1 am conscious that nothing I have to say will alter the intention ot the court to pass its sentence, and while I do not wish to censure the court for its course to wards me, I cannot help alluding to the assumption or the court that had entered into a conspiracy to de- traud the government with young man (alluding to Wolf) who testified against me and stated that 1 had not authorized him to torge a certificate, showing that I could not have known anything in regard to the matter. It was also shown to the. court and jury that these accounts were made during my absence from the state, and what resource does one have tor his defense r it he can be convicted on the acts of others, done, not only wiiJiout his knowledge, but during his' absence. In the Jones account, I am accused of de frauding the government of some two hundred and sixty odd dollars. 1 ask the court if, during the time when our government tailed to make the appropriations necessary to conduct the process of her courts, 1 did not, out ot my own pocket, expend ten times the amount ol this account in interest on money to execute her pro cesses l he court nas charged that it is not necessary to show positively that I had knowledge of the falsity of the accounts. One of the principal elements of crime is knowledge, and the other is intent to oniiuit a wrong, l never knew or intended to deprive this government or a single cent, and I believe that it is not a sound doctrine of law that one should be punished who had neither the knowledge nor intent. Once more 1 say, as 1 stand under heaven's cerulean vault, I am innocent in all respects of the charge on which I have been convicted, and 1 shall ever say so. 1 am ready for the action of the court." Judge Turner said it would be unbecoming in him is a judge to cavil at what the de fendant had said in his own behalf. iind that he had endeavored to faith- ftdly discharge the unpleasant duty devolving on him in this matter. He said the law fixed the penalty in such cases at a fine from $1000 to $5000 or imprisonment at one to five vears in the penitentiary. He there fore declared that the sentence of the court should be imprisonment for two years in the penitentiary at Chester, Illinois. The court room was crowd ed, but during the entire proceedings the silence was intense, save when the sentence was read when a mur mur of svmDathv ran throus-h the court, and "poor Russell" was all that was heard. The defendant did not bow his head but stood calmlv and in dignified attitude. His counsel then asked permission to take an exception to sentence entered, and it was done so. A writ of error will be applied fcr to the associate circuit court judge. A house fell down last night, al most killing one man. It is hardly probable he will recover. Postmaster Klappenbach, of Castro ville. suicided last night. Cause, de spondency Fort Woiith, April 12. A terrific wind storm struck the city at 10 o'clock to-night, causing considerable damage. The fire wall and tin roof of the Pythias temple were blown off. Many signs and awnings all over the city were blown down. Great dam age is reported in the country contig uous to Fort Worth. Chas. Bailard, charged with horse theft, and jtf. G. Smith, two prisoners who escaped from our jail a week ago, were arrested in Denton county yes terday, and to-day returned to the county jail. Five suits for divorce were filed in the district court to-day. . M. B. Davis, injured in a difficulty with O'Brien Moore yesterday, is not thpught to be fatally injured. The Gazette managers announce that hereafter the paper will be issued seven days a week, Brownwood, April 13., The court house was fired Wednesday morning about three o'clock by an incendiary. The walls and floor were badly burned. Odd Fellows' hall, over the courthouse, was not disturbed, as was the evident intention of the incen diary. 1 p clue to the party. . A "very heavy hail storm passed over yesterday morning, causing much damage to stock and crops, stripping the trees of leaves and doing other damage. ' Tyler, April 13. A fashionable wedding was to have taken place here yesterday, and for which considerable preparations bad been made, that the ceremonies might be more than ordi nary, was postponed en account of a note being received from the to-be-bridegroom stating he would not be prepared to meet the occasion before the first of next month. The water works, lately so damaged by the heavy rains, are now repaired and giving good satisfaction. J. O. Hunt, a grocer, was to-day closed on an attachment of Edwards & Reid, of this city. Palestine, April 13. The fire de partment of Palestine have resolved to celebrate the anniversary of San Jacinto Day by a grand excursion to Long Lake, a beautiful spot about eight miles from Palestine. They have invited several prominent state olliciaLs, who promise to come, and we will have some good speeches and a general pleasant time. John A. Smith, freight claim agent of the International, has resigned and goes to the passenger department of uie uuir, Colorado ana aanta le at, Galveston. Reports from Washington to friends here are not so assuring as to the health of Judge Reagan, the congress man irom this district, and his menus are seriously disturbed about him and anxious to have him at home to be tenderly cared for. Marshall, April 13. The news of the sentence to two years' imprison ment of ex-Marshal Russell created a great surprise here, his former home, and now his family's residence. Xo one ever thought Russell would be more than fined some trivial amount, if even found guilty. Sentiment as to the justice of the sentence varies. Some political enemies rejoice .while he has mtiny ardent sympathizers who all deeply regret the affair, on ac count of his wife and child. His wife is a loveable, kind woman, and the blow falls heavily upon her. The general f eeling among Republicans is anything but regret. He was their great rival for office and influence and they rejoice at his downfall. The strike in the shops here and at Texarkana of the brakemen is all over, the employes gaining their point at the shops and the railroad being successful with the brakemen': strike. Freights are now moving as usual. Dallas, April 13. Information was received here to-day that J. W, Truax, of this city, who robbed the Pacific express company of a money package containing $500 between Dal las and Millsap, has been 'arrested, and is in custody in Mississippi Requisition papers have been sent to the governor of Mississippi for the extradition of Truax. Judge A. B. Norton, the most prominent Republican in Texas, has interested mm sell m behaii ot ex- United States Marshal Russell, and petitions are in circulation rec eiving a great number of sig natures, regardless of politics, asking the president to pardon Russell and not allow the sentence passed on him yesterday by Judge Turner at San Antonio, sentencing him to unester, Illinois, penitentiary. to go into eliect. The opinion pre vails that Kusseii is more or an un fortunate than a criminal, although he has lived a fast life and his indis cretions as a state and federal official have been notorious for years. It is well known here that Russell came near being made first assistant post master general by President Garfield, but the latter was dissuaded by the warning ot prominent republicans, that if the appointment was made Russell would bring disgrace upon Garfield s administration. The Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe railroad to-day commenced passing children under five years of age free of fare, although under the new law they are allowed two cents per mile. This is the first road, to make the new departure. It is thought the others will follow the example. The wind storm last night ap proached the magnitude ot a cyclone in north Texas. Much dainnge was done to farm property, and considera ble in several towns. At Mineral Wells a number of fine buildings were blown down. .Atbnerman the streets were made imp issible with tin roofs, awnings and other debris. At weatneriord the people were so alarmed that they ran screaming into the streets in their night clothes, and the guests at Carson & ljewis house got up out of bed, dressed themselves and sat up through the night. Xo loss of life is yet reported, but it is feared there will be. Nearlv all the physicians in the local ' option precincts of the county have been indicted by the grand jury tor issuing prescriptions to parties tor whisky, to evade the law. on the pre. tense of sickness, when they were in robust health. The management of the Dallas Herald are considering the proposi tion of issuing an afternoon edition of their paper, the first number to appear, if decided upon, on Monday next, to be sold to newsdealers at one cent per copy and the. newsboys to be al lowed to sell for five cents per copy. They will take weekly subscribers at fifteen cents per week. This move ment is evidently the outgrowth of the sprightly, newsy Times teasing the Herald with the assertion that Dallas presented a fine field for a first class morning paper, .and they pro pose to reciprocate by a practical as sertion that Dallas presents a fine field for a first-class evening paper. Taylor, April 13. The third annual public sheep shearing of Williamson county wool growers took place at Howard Bland's ranch Tuesday. Five hundred people, visi tors from far and near were present. Many fine exhibitions were there, and the day was a gala one, socially and otherwise. I. S. Kevan's year-old ram Banker took the cake, shearing 32 pounds. The fleece was ten days less than one year old. Kevan's Gustavus came next, with a fleece of the same age as the above, weighing 28 pounds. . m. . I'ratner, owned by C. Mendell, a three-year-old, third, by better fleece clipped, 25 pounds; Ke vans' Lady W right, a three-year-old ewe with lamb, side clipped a fleece one,yeariold, less fourteen days, weighing 15 pounds; C. II. Booth's Dutch Girl, a dry ewe, sheared seven teen pounds. The day was one of ex cellent enjoyment, and many visitors were present as well as sheepmen from every portion of Texas, as far west as Kinney county. An excel lent basket dinner was spread, and we are indebted to Mr. Bland and lady, II. Booth and lady, Misses Hat tie and Rich Munford, Grace Booth and Ida Talbot for special courtesies tendered. Houston, April 13. Mr. Bernard Schmidt and Mrs. Spencer, II utchins are canvassing the city for subscrip tions to the Summer Nights' Concerts, and we hope that they will meet with liberal encouragement. If they do they will enclose Bremond square and erect in the center thereof a large pavillion for music and dancing, and light the whole block brilliantly with electric light, and afford the public an elegant entertainment every week. Messrs. J. D. Usener, Albert Erech son and Mrs. Bonner will have charge of the refreshment privilege at the fair grounds during the state shoot ing tournament, and were out to-day fixing up their stands. " The stiff breeze to-day has set the dust allying in all directions, much to the annoyance of those whose business called them up on the streets. The dry goods merchants on Main street are particu larly annoyed from the dust, which fills their stores and damaged their samples on the outside. The first of the summer excursions to Galveston will be given over the Galyeston,' Houston and Henderson railroad next Sunday. There will be two trains over the road eacfy way. The fare has been placed at $1 for the round trip. San Antonio, April 13. Three guests at one of our hotels complain of being robbed of their watches and monsy, worth $230. v One of the guests named Smith, of Pleasanton, aroused the bell-boy and assaulted him wjth a chair until the proprietor interfered. It was shown the guests must have lost the valuables before entering the hotel. ' Dr. Ornelas, the Mexican consul here, is now in Mexico consulting with the president in regard to, as be alleges, being discourteously received and refused extradition by Gov. Ire land of a Mexican criminal wanted in Mexico. It is said diplomatic cor respondence will ensue. Gov. Madro, f Coahuila, Mexico, is expected here in a fiw days, with a paper as.dng for signers to the peli i tion for Stillwell H. Russell's pardon irom ine president, it will probably be circulated by his friends through out the state. Last night at about 9 o'clock a German named Fritz Ruhe, unmar ried, became despondent and blew out his brains with an old pistol. A new Independent Order of Odd Fellows' lodge is to be organized at Uvalde. Two negro gamblers were fined in the district cout to-day 50 and $150 and costs each. Judge Xoonan said this heavy tine met his views exactly. r reu. itogers, conductor on the Sun set, came in to-day from Painted L.IIG OU11 Cave. 225 miles west of hpr nr. thn Pecos, and reported a terrible Indian scare prevalent there, owing to a large party of Indian marauders hav ing crossed over from Mexico. A paity of Mexican soldiers followed them over, but would not attack the Indians, because they were too strong for them. Xo raids or outrages are reported yet, ' but expected at any time. Dan P. Smith, whose wife eloped to St. Louis recently, with Chas. Harris, . .. . 1 . 1 X J! to-uay sucu lor a uivorce. k ort Worth. April 13. Peter Umfried, whose wife sued for a di vorce, got into his wife's room last night and kidnapped his infant five months old. When Mrs. Umfried awoke she was much distressed, cre ating quite a scene. To-day she swore out a writ of habes corpus, when the cniiu wras awarded to her custodv. G.C.Wright, sheriff of Clay county. passed through here to-day bound for v euington, jvansas, where a gang of horse thieves who operated in this, Denton and Clay counties, have been caught. Galveston, April 13. Three deaths occurred in St. Mary's Infirm ary last night. A patient, who was apprrently in good general health, went to the bed of Xed Thompson the cotton serewman, shortly after he died, and raising the sheet that cov ered the dead man's face, remarked, 'He left a mighty good coat I would like to have." The words had scar cely escaped his lips when he stag gered and fell a corpse. An autopsy revealed the fact that heart disease was the cause of his death. J udge Morrill of the United States district court denies the report tele graphed from Sherman that he has resigned from the bench, and that Judge Binkley has been appointed to succeed him. There are only nineteen vessels in port or arriving. Of these seven are up tor Great Britain, three for France. six for other foreign ports, and three coastwise, un board this fleet there were to-day 28,40o bales of cotton. xne stocK oi cotton on hand in presses and ships marked is 40.041 bales, against 22,623 bales at the same date last year. operations of new postal law, The new postal law for adiustment oi- salaries oi postmasters, taken in connection with it the forthcoming reaucuon or letter postage trom three to two cents, will effect a material change in the pay of postmasters in all small offices as well as in the amount ot revenue derived from such offices by the government. It is estimated that under the law. and upon the present value oi business, the aggregate revenue of the postoflice department from the sale of postage stamps of all kinds will be reduced twenty per cent. Upon the basis of this estimate the proportionate receipts oi the entire govern ment and postmasters respectfully in smaller oitices will be charged as follows: In postotllces where the an nual revenue from stamps amounts m. rt i.....i T io 5o, uie postmaster is now receiv ing .io and ine government tf'JO; un der the new Jaw. for like amount of business, the postmaster will receive 3ou anu ine government nothing. Similar proportionate changes will be made in tin receipts of the govern ment and postmasters accordina1 to amount of business done, until offices are readied which have gross revenue irom stamps ot over $2o0 per an num. In this class ot onl ces ine postmaster now re ceives $lo0 per annum and the government $100. Under the new law the former will receive $200 and the latter nothing. In offices where the revenue exceeds that of the class last mentioned, the govern ment begins to derive a tenefit, for instance, in postofljees where the in come from the sale ot stamps amounts to $400 a year the postmaster receives $240, and the government $160. Under the new law the post master gets $272, and the government $4. in postonices with annual revenue of $600 the postmasters are now paid 9M0 and the government receives $260. Under the new law the postmaster will receive $365 and the government $312. .An office with an annual income of $800 under the present law pays the postmaster $440 and the government $360. Under the new law the same office will pay the postmaster $460 and the gov ernment $100. In the postoflices where the annual revenue reaches $1000 the pay of postmasters under the present and new law is the same $540, but under the present law the government receives $460. while under the new law it will get only $200. In offices which have an annual income of SLJOO, the new law bill will reduce the pay ot the post master from $640 to $620, and the re ceipts of the government from $560 to $340. in offices with an annual income of $1600, the postmaster will be reduced from $800 to $780, and re- J ceipts ot the government trom to $500. In offices where the pay of the postmaster is de rived fjom sales of stamps reaching $800, the income from the rent of boxes is usually enough to make the compensation of the postmaster $1000 a year, and whe i it reaches that amount the office is placed In the third class, and the postmaster is then commissioned by the president, with specihet salary, and his pay is no longer determined, by the amount of stamps he cancels. A southern journal f-ays there are three seasons in Florida-the orange, vegetable and invalid, the last paying the best. In the summer the Flori- ians live on yams and sugar cane, and a the winter on Yankees. The North Carolina state board of agriculture decide to make a full dis play of state products at the fair of the Xew England mechanics' insti tute, at Boston, in September next. An ample appropriation will be made to secure an admirable display. The Dismal swamp is fast losing all its romantic charms under the in vasion of utilitarian man. Its mo rasses are being converted into fertile fields, canals and railroads penetrate it in every direction, and even Lake Drummond, that famed haunt of ghostly maidens, will soon be drained. THE SCHILLER TRIAL. "Wilwaukee, April 13. A sensa tion was caused at the Schiller trial this morning by the testimony of Linehan, ex-chief engineer in the JN ewhali bouse at the time of the tire. who said he was recently approached by J. C. McKinney, attorney for SchflT ler, and a saloon-keeper named Adam Roth, who asked him to swear that the fire was caused by a gas jet in the bottom of the elevator shaft, as that testimony would clear the accused, It was shown that Schiller's debts were over $4000. and proved that he attempted to borrow $500 from Dr. Crocker before the fire. ice gorge broken. Bisharck, Dak- April 13. The military telegraph line to Steyenson not working to-day, . because of high water at that point, but a dis patch via Helena says the ice gorge broke below Stevenson last evening at 5 o'clock, and the water is n w ailing there. This rise of thirty feet will reach Bismarck to-morrow. The excitement here is great, as such a field of ice caa hardly pass through the bridge without gorging, in which case the water will overflow the low lands on both sides of the river: ' FOREIGN NEWS. EPITOME OF THE EYEJiTS WATERS. ACROSS OUTLAWING THE AMERICAN HOGS. Berlin, April 13. Regulations were gazetted to-day forbidding the importation into uermany ot Ameri can nog products. A BIG LAND GRAB. .London, April 13. It is stated commissioner has been sent from i Queensland to take possession of the - i - - I i .. . . . . 1,Mma J,evf guinea as a depen- ucutJ ui ucCUimu. organized to convict. Dublin, April 13. The trial of Joe Brady was continued this morning. Ihe delense called a clerk named Kennedy, who swore he spoke to' Urady, who was accompanied by a girl, on Dominick street, between five and seven o'clock on the evening of .May b, and who was recognized as Annie Meagher, who testified yester day that she was with Brady that evening. Witness said also that he met Brady the following day. The latter declared that murders would ruin the cause of Ireland. - Upon the conclusion of Kennedy's testimony the.def ense announced they would call up another witness. Arguments of counsel for the de fense and prosecution followed. Dr. Webb, leading counsel for priso ner, saiu ne oeggea to suDmit a re spectful protest against any evidence being allowed in this case which would bear upon the existence of a conspiracy prior to May 3," rven though evidence were excluded by that means, which would throw light uu a jjiut exisuug oeiore tnat date to murder Burke. The only exception to this principle would be, that evi dence which concerned the words and acts of the prisoner might with pro priety, and according to the rules of evidence, be admitted in support of the position. Dr. Webb cited'various authorities, running from the time of Edward the first, down to ancient times. He said the prisoners were first arraigned before this tribunal on the charge of conspiracy. This was fol lowed up by the more serious charge of murder. "I contendhat such a com bination of charges is unprecedented in the history of criminal cases." The court reminded Dr. Webb the present indictment was not consDir- acy and murder, but a single indict ment or murder. Dr. Webb continuing1, said: "An indictment for conspiracy to murder, your honor, may only be based upon evidence going to show there wan de- sicn to Tiinnier RnmA rlpfinifo noi-a and the law regulating the evidence uj. aiuciy itiu auewurs in cases or con spiracy could not be made to apply in me present,. oumvan, ior aeiense, in his argu ment supponeu tnese views. Porter, for the prosecution, asserted the evidence given by Kavanagh yes- teruay against uratiy was only of a kind which related to his own doings prior to me muroer. in tact it sim ply showed that Kavanagh received his instructions .as to driving and waiting tor Brady. Adams, for the defense, declared the change in Kavanagh's. evidence yesterday and his sudden discovery -1, - st. i." 1. i i. i i r ijuab ib wda oiuau ctiiu xseiaiiey wnom he drove to the scene of the murder with Carey was, as any one could clearly see, a story concocted between them, Kavanagh and Carey, and there were other discrepancies between the evidence given by informers, and that of other witnesses by whom the crown sought to back up their perjuries, with one solitary exception. No witness for the crown had ever sef- eyes on Bradv before the bth ot May, yet they now claimed with one accord . that they were able to recognize him as the man whom they saw in Phoenix park that day. It the jury believed these witnesses to be mistaken, then the case rested solely on the suspicious evidence given by informers of doubtful char acter and unreliability. Their evi dence was too cleear to'be commented upon. The jury would .set the evKlence ot the innocent girl, Meagher, against that of the infamous Carey, liar and hypocrite yes. liar and hvnocrite and murderer, too. by profession as well as practice. Thev would un- dobtedly declare in accord with the tacts and probabilities and evidence that lirady was not guilty. Ihe couit here said the Doints raised by Dr: Webb aeraimt the intro- ui-cliuu ui enueiice vuma not be sus iained. Adams, closing for the defence, saiu: -neaven Tornid tnat i should be arraigned before a tribunal of public opinion as defendant; Brady has been convicted in advance of the reg 111-11 1 1 1 VWl T3ti1tr'o n.i,,,, V. . . : . 1 ..... . prejudiced; his guilt has been nresum- eu in a manner me most scandalous on record. Let not the jury be led awav and prevented from rlnino- inn. tice because the crime is awful in its . : j nature, but let them consider the solemn question whether Brady is guilty. Let them bear in mind the chief evidence comes from persons who spoke to save their own necks. Such evidence must ever be regarded with suspicion. He went on to say the principals in the conspiracy had fled to the United States and France before Carey and Kavanaugh had given their testimony in the Kil- mainham examination. Xaish. for the crown, in reolv said the circumstances of the crime are not doubted. It was equally conceded it w7as the fruit of conspiracy and not matter personal. For this reason the crown would be able to adduce evidence of the existence of censpirac cy. An account of the organization, its objects and plans as given by Farrell was sucn as could never be concocted by the most skillful lawyer. The counsel then traced connecting links of evidence. It has been shown that Brady was absent from his work the 5th and 6th of May. The book of the time-keeper established this fact. It was also proven he had made in quiry for Burke the 5th of May. This appeared from the undisputed and in dutiable evidence of the lodge keep er's wife. The fact Kavanaugh had amended his eyidence did not dis credit that witness, but proved his veracity and fortified his pre vious statements. If Carey and Kavanaugh had been engaged in concocting evidence they both would have sworn to the same story in minor as well as in major details. Xaish took up the evidence of vari ous witnesses who swore to having seen Brady in Phoenix Park, dissected it carefully and maintained it fur nished the strongest possible proof that Brady was there. He held there was an utter failure on the part of the defense to establish an alibi for Brady. The evidence of Little was' so entirely at variance with the actual facts it stood ajone. This closed the speeches, and Judge O'Brien began his charge. Comment ing on the evidence adduced by the defense to prove an alibi, he said there was nothing, so far as could be discovered, to fix the particular even ing of the 6th of May in the mind of Miss Meagher. Evidence tending to prove an alibi was frequently resort ed to or inyented especially by women, when its production would assist their friends. Reviewing briefly the evidence of ' Ken nedy and Little, he dwelt upon the evident desire of the latter to make the time at which, he saw Brady fit in as being before 9 p. m. The testimony of this witness was open to the same comment as was that of the other witnesses for the defense, namely: He was declar ing to have occurred one day what did actually happen another day. The evidence went to show that those men who were in the park with the object of murder were "Invmcibles," although some persons cognizant of the plan and not there, might not have been members of that brother IkxhI, The jury in' making up the verdict should set aside all prejudices all weaknesses that frequently influence our judgment and biases our words, lie expressed the hope that they would be influenced :by divine ihspf ration. ' The jury then retired. They did not remain long away, for after alul tony minutes they sent word they had reached an agreement, and being suiaiuuutu uacn to meir bench an nounced, amidst breathless silence in court, that James .Brady was guiltv ihe judge, hmshed his charge at thirteen minutes after three, and the verdict of the jury was rendered live minutes beiore tour. When the ver diet was read a deep but suppressed murmur went around the courtroom, and Brady, who up to this time had been singularly composed and free from emotion, turned ashen pale, ur. eoo started up to matte a mo tion, and after complete silence had been restored and before the judge pronounced sentence ot death, lie said in a composed voice, "I desir to move for arrest of judg ment." lie alleged that under the crimes act the jury which he;ird the case and h;ul just given in its verdict was not lec;illv inrmpi- mat me prisoner naa not received notice that he was to be tried before a special jury. . , r """ The motion was desired by Judge O'Brien, who now said to the pris oner, "Have you anything to sav whv sentence of death should not now hu pronounced upon you ? Jiraay responded in a loud, clear and firm voice. "I am not euiltv of me cnarge wnicn ine lniormers have sworn on me. Ihesemen wanted to swear away the life of any one to save their own. Sentent e was then pronounced, that on the 14th of May next Joseph Brady be hanged. After the sentence Bradv. who had recovered his composure,' rose in his seat, and with solemn vehemence pro tested his innocence of the crime. After making the last disclaimer he was hurried from the courtroom nv the officers. In the street the announcement, of the verdict had been received with marked utmost disfavor and condem nation. Great crowds of people had waited impatiently about the doors of the tribunal until the conclusion of thetriid. and now were packed still closer about the building in hopes of getting a sight of the condemned man as he was taken to jail. RECEPTION AWAITING LORNE. Boston. April 13. The customarv official courtesies will be extended to the Marquis of Lome by Mayor Palmer to-morrow. Collector Worth- mgton desires to meet the TeneHns down the harbor, and if the revenue cuiter uaiiatin arrives in season party will be made up to escort the princess up to the city. The Marquis, Duke De Blacas and Col. De Winton occupied a box at the Park theatre this evening. Two special police umbers accompanied me party. SMALLPOX SPREADING. St. Louis. April 13. Smallpox which broke out in the southern part 1 "A . - . . ut iub cny some time ago, seems to be spreading to other parts of the city, but the authorities are taking vigor ous measures to suppress it and no serious apprehensions are felt. a madman's peed. Dubuque. Iowa. Anril 13 CVins Smith, a well-to-do farmer living four miles north of Earlville, Iowa, went to his barn this morning where two sons, aged nine and thirteen years. were engaged at work. He killed them with an axe and returned to his house with the same weapon and killed his wife as she stood by the stove preparing breakfast. He then attempted to slay his two daughters the only renaming members of the family, but they succeeded in reach ing a neighbor s house in safety, and gave the alarm. 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MANHOOD Bpwdily restore br the uk vf J it alt n Treat went, which fffectcal!y curat Kervoaa Debil ity, Loat TlrilKy, Prematura) Decay, and all troabtaa Miaing from over-work and QXCnaaaa. pie or TlMaUn mailad free, aealed,by ao Wnllllrar m Baca suaatteyi. o r-w rF -"t -a ; : I : -. T fa. i roost nott-5 tui-! (tiyjii-fiu! u t in s JjOHt a Vw. n. l'1 i, t si ' r. ORIGINAIj Little Havana, (Gould & Co.'s.) Doolded toy ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. NUMBER roa NUMBER. PRIZK rOK PRIZE With 400 Additional pjfces. Class 1127, April 25, 1883. ONLY 40,000 TICKETS AND1.V.'4 ritizes SlHEDl'LKi 1 Capital Prize ; 1 Capital Prize ! Catutal Priz I15.CI0 4,0. 0 2.000 1 ,(00 l.W 4 Prizes. 400 eaeh 8 Prizes. 2o each M Prizes. 100 each 1000 Prizes. 10 each 9 Approximations t 1st iirize, tM each 9 Approximations to 2d prlieV Sob each 9 Approximations to 2d prize, "did 10,IM) tf(!0 " 4:o J,'tl" " 430 11. -4 Prizes as above, being the full nitiit- ... "T l" noyai .Havana, mid 4(Ki Additional Prizes of 5 each to the 100 tickets having as ending numbers the two terminal units ol the num ber drawing the Capital Prize ol 2.000 ,524 Prizes, amount in; Tirketa ii lu V. 8. gold to V4G.200 Halves ftl. All prbes rbes paid on presentation. For Infor aud tickets, apply to maiion SIIIPSEY COMPANY, General AirenN. 1212 hnuxlurui- lw v r-o.. or 68 East RifltfcTph street, fhiouro. 111..' or Jjto. B. PtCKNAVDSZ, Savannah, Georgia. 29d&w-ly fcTATB fl ic would call the attention of Hie- Hoinqwai paths of Austin and the state at lantelo the fact that 1 have established a llonitt'opathie Dispensary. A full line of the Durest and . fnaht hand" l Bflericke Tafel oy kep u trders by mall solicited. , Kelilling of family chests a specialty H. K- LIXOBWAX, Up-town Pharmacy, corner ijivarn n. walnut streets. Lock Box 71, Austin,. marS-d&wly Texas. MORLEY'S agueTonic Is a PERFtUT afll SUFFICIENT CURE FOE ChiJIs and Fevejv e People a im is otner I iters ' li Eu Cu Bees Used. " " ; Walnut Guov. Rao kwieaoo.. s i - July 26, 1 r. Messrs. Morley Bros, Please send to (MarkuvHln. 4 ! . t , : , t TONIC, and LIVEK PILLS. A! ..r.-'r. ere that used your Ague Tonic will ha - uc U v er. 8. J. Vuij Nbw W.vbblt, Tias, Mhj ti ;38. Messrs. Morley Bros. : Send bv Pacific Kmreaa. X rli-jt T-T-H ai.tiI TONIC- It has not failed to cure in a bIiibui instance Yours, Truly, . J.T. WHITK.. Quks City, Tixa, July 37, 1884. dinars. Uorley Bros.: Please send as soon as pocnibir,; t (toma, r-X-8 Aeae TON III and 9 .Wo- tfnvniru. FUL EIGidT, They sell welK Yours, etc. H. BROOKS. EUkmond Statiok, Taxis, June 27,.lH8i. Messrs. Morley Bros.: -i Please send Per Krnrami- 9 om AO V B TONIC. We need It bad. frX 18 BABNKV1LLB IllBI.DS LADIES, WONDERFUL FEMALE MEDICINE! ftlOELLER'S u Cures Painful MF.NHTRTTATTfVW urlrloi. fall. Try it and be convinced. Crires Excessive MONTHLY Fliw in n or two periods. CContains Black Haw, Iron, Erigeron and alt the most noted WOMB TONICS. Cures Irritation, lnnaiinnailon ui m..o tlon of the Womb. Cures Whites or LeucorrhnMi niifl all itv healthy discharges. ' t Cures troubles Of thn KlnliinF and nvitrlta and Falling of the Womb. Stimulates tlu Koviint ftmu 117 1 1 H vicri a nit lieaitli. Works Wonders In rpo-iilut Ino- ti, oe.l forms of Female Complaints. Strengthens tllft Minwnlni Ki'ar,m ntu? ti pf... best Kerned y for a Weak Back. ' Arouses into action the Nervous anil rieblli. ated with the rosebud of health. E-k rourl'li cravings, lieaiitiliil O W E R 8- Plant Oataloene,100 nages,125 eu HL'S. showimr new. rare and mini leaiitilul Plants ever offered forsaieln Mis state of Texas, now readv for mall, no- on re ceipt of Oc in si amps. Many hints on cultivw, nun oi iiifncii given nr inis ciimaL. l-tru. for it. Nursery catalogue free. Pleasant Va ley Nursery. Wll. KADAM I'rim.. Aim tin Texas. - Fail to use AItBAHTIKKtorrenovaftnr your WallM and Ceiling. It is rapidly sunersediiiK all other Finish. For d a rati bill ty, beauty and economy, it is without an equal. auu can ue appueu uy auyuue. 11 not lor sale ' rour neife'niMjrnoou, senu lo aKf.;i.a.;ii OH, Hurling (Slip. Xew York. corjsur.i PTiorj. I have a positive remedy tor the above dis ease; by its use thousands of cases of the worst kind and of long standing have beeu cured. Indeed, so strong is my faith in Its ef ficacy, that I will send TWO BOTTLKS FREK. together with a VALUBLK TREATISE on this disease, to any sufferer. Give Express and P. O. address. DB. T. A. SLOCUM. Ibl Pearl' Street. New York. Void aiedal. Paris. I87H n akbh'b Warranted absolutely mire COCOA, from which the excess of Oil has been removed. It has. three times the strength of Co coa mixed with SlarcTi, Arrow root or Sugnr and i-t therefore far more economical, it is de 'licious, nourishing, atrengtlt ening, easily digested, and ad mirably adapted lor invalids at well as for i-ersous in health. I ""ibai Bcld by Grocers everywhar. W.BAKER&C0 ..Dorchester, Mass. uj I UU ' &.xJj Ageuls jubilant with uls jubilant with HuemtH everywhi Kilver Mould tre s Mould Wire ClntheM Line.. iH-'iuug wur new tiraiuea J-asts forever. Never rusts. Warranted. Sells readilv at every house. San pies and terms free by mail. Address UIRAKD WIRE MILLS, l'lUlauelphia, Pa. A week made at home by the industrious. Best business now before the public. Capital not needed. We will start vou. Men, women, boya ar: cirt- wanted rvervwnerei.fj work loi us. Now is the lime. You ran work in spare time, or give your whole time to t lie busineMs. N 'j other 'business will pay you nearly as well. No one can fail to make eiw-nnou pay. by en V iinfi at onee. Co.srlv outfit a.xl T- rins fr-t-toooey made last, eaiify. nnd l:i.-al.;y. READ!