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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 189?
THE CRY OF A CYNIC.
8NEER3 STRUNG TOGETHER LIKE
LINKS OF BOLOGNA SAUSAGE.
An Olil Tlmnr Hi th t'npltnl Matirt n Few
DlaimrnuhiK Itrmarlts He fthnws tip
the WMknre r Atlrgiil (Irrat Mil).
I'rrllnrnt IVroimlllli l'liWntly Put,
Wasiiinoton, Mny ft. Tho coiuinout
of n genuine cynic on inon nnd things nt
tho iinllunal capital. That would bo a
novelty, wouldn't It? I confess that iw a
rulo I do not like cynicism. Too much
of it is very depressing, vory tiresome.
1 nvotd oynlcfl, liecnnso tlioy aro uiicom
fortnblo persons to not nlong with, and
their pronchlng Is o cheerless. Too fre
quent contact with them Is likely to
oauso one to loso faith In his follow innii,
ind that would bo a calamity, Dut tho
other day 1 chanced to bo in tho com
patiy of a distinct and emphatic spool
inon of tho kciuis cynic. 'IIo is an old
tltuor nbout tho Capitol, and on this oc
casion was pointing out to a mutual
friond of his and mine tho tenons and
points of interest, with commonts pecul
iarly his own. His remarks wero a
string of sneers strung togethor liko tho
links of a Itologua sausage, but such
snappy, gossipy sneers that I nm tempt
ed to repeat somo of thoin, oven at tho
risk of offending some of my Iwst
"Wo will stay hero only a few mln
ntos," began our mutual friend tho cyn
io, as tho stranger in town and myself
sat down in tho gallery overlooking tho
annate chamber. "This old hole tills me
fall of wearineM. Lot of old codgers
who havo stumbled into office or bought
their way in sitting around horo trying
to look wise and appear itatosmaullko.
Yea, that's Morton in the chair. Does
pretty well aa a presiding officer now,
bat you should have aeon him when ho
irat came down here. Had to be coached
by Iagalla and Edmunds, like a school
boy speaking hU flrat piece on declama
tion day. Made some awful breaks, too,
and need to be afraid to call his soul his
own till Edmunds and Ingalls gave him
deed to it
"Do you know who it is that liar
riaon is most afraid off Not Clove
land, not Blaine, not Palmer nor Gor
man nor Dob Lincoln, but hit own son,
Rnaaell Harrison. Why is he afraid of
Has? Thinks Rus will get into somo
aorapo that will be used against him in
the campaign. Rus isn't as bad a follow
a he has boon painted, but ho is un
lucky, always gotting into some diffi
culty or other, like Peck's bad boy. His
pa Uvea in holy terror of him.
"There's John Sherman. Great old
aaa. But too selfish. Won't help any
body to anything unless he can boo
where it is going to holp John 8horman
to aomething by and by, Dut for this
faalt he would have boon president long
ago. Bhame that a great old man like
Sherman haa to go out to Ohio, whose
public servant he haa beou for a third of
century, and fight for re-election to
the senate. That's the way with pol
itics the coldest blooded business of
these modern tittles.
"Look at Cullom. See bowf ho trios
to look like Lincoln. Clever man, Cul
lom Is, but lacks sand. Give, up and
runs too quick. Conciliates his enemies
and loses his frlonds. Ho's hard up for
cash all the tlrna, and is too honest to
make 'money in politics, Ivonturotho
iredlction that in loss than two years
ie'U follow the example of his friend
Edmunds and retire from tho senate,
and get into aomothing at which ho can
vaake a little money, That's Allison
fitting behind him. Flue looking old
chap, last he? He's the smoothest man
in the senate. You havo heard how In
galU called him tho purring cat. Dut
that's only in private conversation.
When he makes a speech he is a roarer
a declalmer about little thinm. a
rhetorician over inconsequentialitics.
An awfully clover fellow though.
"That's Halo 'Bub' Hale, we call
hfajB sitting next to Allison. He is
.known to fame chiefly as Dlaine'a friend.
I wonder what he will do after Blaine
dies? Yon seo Fryo down iu front? He
k a pretty good senator, but a better
Wurman. He would rather catch fish
than be president of the Uuited States
Every spring, aa soon as the ice is out of
the' trout streams up In Maiuo, ho starts
for the north. Yon couldn't hold him
in Washington with a cable chain. In
the' back row you see Senator Stanford.
Doesn't know anything but horses. If
the senate was a breeders' convention he
would be the principal man in it Haa
given up his absurd ambition to be a can
didate, for president and has come out
"The baldheaded man ia Cush Davis,
of Minnesota, husband of tho beautiful
Mrs. Davis, and a brilliant man, but I
gases the laxtest one In tho senate. The
one with the short, blond mustache is
Ed Wolcott, the wildest boy in tho sen
ate chamber, the most independent
and reckless follow wo havo had hero in
many years. True as steel, fearless as
the devil himself nnd absolutely without
caution or tact, Eloquent as Cicero in
defense of free silver, which ho wouldn't
believe in if ho didn't live in a freo bib
"That buslty headed man walking in
tho rear of the seat is Cnl Drico. Smart
eat man iu America. Smart iu bualuess,
ia politics, in everything. Nice fellow
to talk to, likes his friends, helps them
when they don't ask for too much.
That's Gorman lie is arm in arm with.
That pair is a good one to draw to, and
if yon should fill in with Steve Elkins
yon would have throe of a kind that
beat any straight flush in the deck.
There are two men in tho senate who aie
understood by nobody on the presidential
question, but we understand each other
nighty well. 1 mean Drice and Gor
ans. They have fooled Hill, they may
fool Cleveland, they are playing with
Palaaer, and 1 make my guess that what
they are aiming at is the nomination of
Gorman for president. Oueer pair too.
e "Gorman never opens his mouth if he
think of some excuse for keeping it
hat. Gets' toothache when he doesn't
want to talk. Never had a confidential
friond, and you couldn't gio htm one
with a chromo worth a million dol
lars thrown in. Brlco right tho other
way. Tnlks nil tho timo. Talks well.
Analyses, describes, awfully frank and
confidential- you liko hltni socially
honored see him ngnin. Dut when he
has concluded and you think it nil over
you wotidor what ho has boon driving
at. Gorman mystilles peoplo by keep
ing still Drico by tolling them too
much. Hill is more liko Drico. Talks
nnd tolls you Mint's conlldentinl. You
struggle to keep it to yourself, nnd tho
first man you meet tolls you tho same
thing 'Hill told mo: It's confidential,
you know, so don't rotx-nt it.' Mill
doesn't liko women, but is n regular old
woman himself. Scolds hlsoiuiiiiiesutiil
gossips nbout them. Turns up his nini?
liko a woman tolling a bit of scandal at
a quilting pnrty. Another nwfu'.l,.
"The old man with tho drooping
white mustache nnd red oyo is Senator
Harris. Marvelous man. Greatest par
liamentarian in tho senate. No one
knows his ago. Supposed to bo about
ninety, but ho won't toll. Guess ho 1ms
discovered tho fountain of porjiotuiil
youth. Looks just as young now ns he
did at tho clone of tho war, when the
government sot a prico on his hoad.
Should havo Won a big prico, for it's a
head with a heap in it. Thoro'a Mor
gan, of Alabama. Another wondorfnl
man. Thinks with his tongue. Winds
up liko a clock and runs 160 words to
tho minute all day and till far into the
night. Can't think unless ho is stand
ing on his foot talking, and thon he
thinks hard. Man sitting beside him is
Dutlor, of South Carolina. Specimen of
tho find southern gentleman. Courtly,
Klito, generous. Has lived too high,
u gout. Dan Voorheos has gout too.
Has boon n big man, but his logs and his
volco aro falling him."
In this strain our friond the cynlo
continued for half an hour till wo re
minded him that the house of represen
tatives was on onr programme.
"Oh, yes," said he; "we'll move out
of tho rich man's club into tho hall of
domagoguos. We'll go over and boo the
don iu which three hundred and odd
slaves to their constituents aro confined.
We'll take a look at the treadmill and
boo how theso poor wretches work out
thoir two year sentences. That's Crisp
In tho chair. Pretty bright man, but ho
was brighter on tho floor than ho is as
spoakor. Loses his temper too quickly,
fires back when any oue says what he
doesn't liko. Doesn't uso tho most ele
gant Inngungo in tho chair, either. He's
a fairer mau than Tom Reed was, but
not so great. Neither of them compare
with Cnrlislo as a presiding officer. Tom
Reed has two predominating character
istics. Ono is hatred of Harrison, the
other fondness for himself.
"There's Holman up making it upced!
for economy. Ho is nnnu idea man.
and that idea is saving the government
cash. He is consistent, too, tinier
something b wanted for his district
Marvelous old man, Holman. He never
forgets anything, does more work than
any one elso in tho house, never seems
to tiro. Has been in congress only
thirty-four years, and exacts to stay
"Bland, the silver champion, is Kn
ottier ono idea man. Knows nothing
but silver. Chows tobacco, spits on lib
hands, wears cowhide boots, buys hi
clothes at a secondhand storo nnd is us
houest ns tho sun. The mnn bobbing
up nnd interrupting another man who i
making n speech? Littlo Joe Wheeler,
who was oue of tho most dashing caval
rymen tho Confederacy hud. Ho wus
called a. mosquito tho other day by one
of his brother ex-Confederates, O'Fcr
rail, of Virginia. Thut's becauso he
jumps at you, hums, bites nnd is off.
"The handsome young man smoothing
his locks and looking pretty is Dnrbo-
row, of Chicago, one of tho rare cases of
a pretty man with good souse. Trying
to got 13,000,000 out of congress for the
World's fair and cnu't. Solemn looking
old man is Mr. Warwick, of Ohio.
Charming old follow when you know
him, but ho hasn't done anything yet.
Ia known only as tho man who succeeded
McKinley, and is awfully tired of being
imply a successor, liko some women's
second husbands. That young man who
looks like the late Samuol Randall is
Bryan, one of the comiug statesmen of
this country. Smart, eloquent, honest,
and knows it. The bearded man in the
corner is ex-President Cleveland's closest
friend in congress John Do Witt War
ner. Has red hair and is a cyclonic
talker. Grates his teeth when he makes
a speech, but says something worth
listening to. The mutt going out of the
hall with n milk white hat on is Bartine,
of Nevada. Silver man. Dreams of n
now Jerusalem in which tho streets are
imved with silver. Wears that whit.'
hat all tho timo becauso it reminds him
of silver. Made the best silver speech
heard in the houso this winter.
"The young man over to tho loft who
looks like a college student is Storer, of
Cincinnati. Married a rich wife, who
had him elected to congress, and some
day, if she koops her health, she will
have him promoted to the senate
Bright man, with a brighter wife.
Same thing' true of that man with the
long beard Busoy, of Illinois. Smart
politician: wife smarter than ho is. Ho
works tho Democrats, sho the Republic
ans. That's the way ho beat Joo Can
non and hopes to do it again. Tho thin
faced mau with tho long white mus
tache Is O'Ferrall, of Virginia. Ho's a
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hydo. Ordinarily
he is as gentle as a spring lamb. You
feel like tying u blue ribbon around
his neck and sending him out to play
with the children. Rouse him if you
want to see a fighter. Senator Hill
roused him in tho Rockwell election case.
In tho debate on that mutter other peo-
E tie crossed his path and wished they
ladn'L He's a lamb in his seat but a
lion on tho floor. That's the way lie
fought for Virginia in the war fought
till he was shot full of holes."
Onr friend the cynic had slmilai
comments to make about 250 other men,
but we grew, tired of him and went
away to dinner.
AN INTERESTING TOMB.
The final Renting Plaea of (Inderal Al
bert Kidney Joltiulon.
Austin, May 0. "When 1 dlo 1 want
a handful of Texas earth' upon my
Theso words wore spoken on ono occa
sion by General Alliert Sidney Johnston.
His wish was fulfilled, and his grave In
tho state comotory horo is full of inter
est to tho visitor. Toxnns especially
lovo to sicak of his burial hero, and
point with pride to his grnvo, siinplo nnd
unpretentious as it is.
Albert Sidney Johnston loved Texas,
nnd whatever concerned her honor or
happiness enlisted his warmest sym
pathies. His first connection with Texas
affairs began during tho revolt of this
state against Mexican authority nnd
tyranny. Joining ns n private troojior
ho was rapidly promoted until finally up
pointed to entire command of tho Texan
army. During Lamar's administration
as president, Johnston was nppointcd
secretary of war. Ho resigned this ioh1
tlon in 1810, visited tho United States,
thon returned to Toxns nnd spent nnum
bev mch in rot 1 ronton t upon his plan
tu.. .. near Galveston island. Ho is
next heard of ns colonel of tho First
Texas riflemen during tho war between
tho Unitod States and Mexico. Thou he
was appointed paymaster in tho United
States army, And In 1835 was mado col
onel of tho Second cavalry, which was
intended for nctivo sorvico in Texas.
His resignation of his command in Cali
fornia in 1801, journey across tho waste
of desert and wilderness to Texas, final
nrrivnl at Richmond, tho Confederate
contor, nnd assumption there of tho com
mand of the Army of tho Tonnosseo are
well known facts in history.
Tho death of Johnston at tho battlo ol
Shiloh, just at tho moment of victory
when ho aaw tho foo receding and felt
convinced that tho day was won, hn
beou often described. Ho died as tin
true Boldier prefers to dio on tho bnttl
flold, and with tho shouts of his com
rades still ringing in his ears. His dent!
waa a terrible blow to tho Confederacy
and many claim that it sealed tho futi
of tho south.
Tho removal of tho remains of the
dead gonorul to Toxas is often spoken
of by those who wore living horo nt that
timo. It will bo remembered by many
that after his fall upon tho field of Shi
loh his body was carried to Now Or
leans nnd interred in a tomb in St. Louis
comotory. On Account of tho capture of
that city it remained thoro until tho con
clusion of tho war.
On Oct. 1, 1806, tho legislature of
Toxas nppointcd a committco to proceed
to Now Orleans after tho adjournment
and nrrango for tho removal of tho re
mains of General Johnston to Austin.
They wore to como by way of Galves-
ton, and it was Announced that tho pub
lic honor of a funeral procession would
bo accorded his body. When the pro
gramme for tho reception of tho remains
was published, however, tho United
States gonornl commanding tho district
issued an ordor prohibiting it. The
mayor of Galveston appealed by tele
graph to General Sheridan, but ho also
refused to Allow tho programme to be
carried out. Tho remains wore accord
ingly transported through tho city to tho
depot without any public demonstration,
but not without being followed by n
largo number of sincere mourners. At
Houston the ordor was not strictly en
forced, and tho peoplo turned out en
mnsso to honor the remains. Tho bod;
was received in tho hall of the house ol
representatives at Austin by Govcruoi
Throckmorton, nnd remained there In
state for several days. Tho last cere
monies were attended with uo parade,
tolling of bells nor sound of martial
music, but by a quiet procession and
Tho state cemetery covers tho crest ol
ono of Austin's hills, that roll back like
waves in every direction nnd command
a full view of tho city from tho east side.
It is a tit resting place for tho body of
tho modest hero here in the bosom of
his adopted state, by tho waters of the
Colorado, overlooking the grand capitol
building and in sight of tho homo for
disabled soldiers of the cause for which
he guvo his life's blood.
Tho design of tho hcadstono is intend
ed to represent a broken column, typical
of tho lifo of him who rests beneath it
At tho bnso of the shaft Is this simple
! ALHKIVT HIUNEY JOHNSTON, i
: April a. is!. :
Upon 11 set oil nbovo aro carved these
words, taken from tho message of Jet
forsou Davis announcing bis death to
the Confederate congress: "His hint
breath checivd his comrades on to vic
tory. Tho last sound ho heard was the
shout of victory."
Tho footstono has upon it:
general, a. 8. johnston, ":
: a 11 kuo :
: AND I'ATMIOT. I
Around his tomb can be seen tho
graves of Confederate soldlors nnd gen
erals, heroes who wero killed during the
Mexican war. and men distinguished iu
Texas history iu various battles. lie
Bleeps surrounded by tho graves of some
who served under him in the old repub
lic of Toxaa and afterward fought under
his command on tho grout battlefield of
Shiloh. Marokllub Foster.
111 Thumb Welch a Pound,
A Harlem young lady religiously In
clined applied for n class In Sunday school
a few weeks nKO, nnd the superintendent
promptly placed her In chnrgo of that
doubtful honor the Infant class.
The new teacher went on pretty well
until sho vciituied on tliu thin ice known
as "general questioning,"
"Now children," she said, with that ex
tremely vivacious manner which Is opti
larly supposed tu fascinate young children,
"what did Moses dof"
Tho infant mind worked on tho problem
for a few moments in silence.
"Come, dears," said tho young teacher
encouragingly, "some oue tell mo what
A very smnll boy on the fidgety buck
row seemed to he struggling with a reply.
"What Is It, Wllliu?" urged tho teacher
"lllth tlitimtiMrclglied a pound."
"Whntf " asked the astonished teacher.
"My mariner says so."
"Says what, Wllllcr" demanded the per
ploxed teacher, while the class stopped
fidgeting and listened intently.
"Sho says every time Moses puts tilth
thumb on the scales It weight a pound."
"Who Is Moses, Wllller"
"He'th our butcher, uiltli." Now York
liar Titllor Made flown.
You can tell by tho nlrn tlint kIio carries:
Youcnn tell by licrdlxulllcd Hulk;
You can tell by tho maimer It (Its her;
You can tell by tliu other ulrls' talk.
"Ob, Clara, bow stunnlntt )on'ro looking;
You are so becoming In brown."
Anil you know, as you heartbeat exclaiming,
Bbo has on a tailor mailu gown.
It doesn't tako knowledge nurpnsstng
To tell that It Isn't homemade;
Ono look is enough to convluco you
You need no extraneous aid.
Bbo seems to Impart by her milliner,
"It's tho first of Hits color In town,"
And you mentally bow la subjection
To tho girl la tho tailor made gown.
And yet thoro Is ono who dispute It;
Ucr rival, who vows and declare
That Clara Is playing deception;
It's a dressmaker's gown that sho wears.
Dear girt, you aro choking with envy,
Dut Just to convince you, go down
To Clara's papa. Ho will show )ou
The bill for that tailor made gown.
Tom Masson In Cloak Heview.
Oeir Park and Oakland.
To those contemplating during the com
ing summer a trip to the mountains In
search of health or pleasure, Deer Park, on
the dome of the Alleghany mountains,
3,000 feet above the sea level, offers such
vnrlcd attractions a a delightful atmos
phere during both day and night, pure Ha
ter, smooth, winding roads through the
mountains and valleys, and the most pic
turesque scenery in 'the Alleghany range,
1 he hotel Is equipped with such adjunct
conducive to the entertainment, pleasure
and comfort of its guests, ns Turkish nnd
Russian bnths. swimming pools for both
ladles and gentlemen, billiard rooms, su
perbly furnished parlors, nnd rooms single
or en suite, an unexcelled cuUInc nnd su
The surrounding grounds as well ns the
hotel arc lighted with electricity, have cosy
nnd shndy nooks, meandering walks, lavn
tennis courts and grassy play grounds for
children within full view of tho inviting
vcrandns. Six miles distant on the same
mountain sunuHtis Oakland, the twin re
sort of Deer Park, and equally ns well
equipped for the entertainment and accom
modation of Its guests. Doth hotels arc up
on the main line of the Hnltlinore and Ohio
railroad, have the advantage of its splendid
Vestlbuled Limited Express trains between
the cast and west, and arc, therefore, read
ily accessible from all parts of thecountrv
Season Excursion tickets, good for return
passage until October 31st, will be plnctil
on sale at greatly reduced rates at all prin
cipal ticket offices throughout the country.
One way tickets reading from St. Louis,
Louisville, Cincinnati, Columbus, Chica
go nnd any point on H & O. system to
Washington, Hnltlinore, Philadelphia or
New York, or vice versa, are good to ttop
off nt either Deer r"nrk or Oakland, and the
time limit will be extended by agents at
either resort upon application.
The season at these popular retorts com
mences June 23d.
For full particulars as to rates, rooms,
etc., address George D. DeShlelds, Mana
ger, Deer Park or Oakland, Garrett coun
Veterans' Itiinte to the Kiicaniiinent.
G. A. R. en-
campment at Washingian
via the B. St O. R. R. will traverse terri
tory fraught with n thousand rcmlniscen
sesof the conflicts in which they figured
o prominently. Along Cheat 'river, on
the western (lope of the Alleghnnles, thev
will pass the scenes of Gen. McClellan's
victories over Gen. Flovd In the early
stages of the war. At Grafton thev will
pass near the battleheld 01 rntiiipi. At
Piedmont they will enter the historic Pied
mont valley, which was debatable ground
all the way to Washington. The towering
mountains, which shut in the valley,
echoed nnd re-echoed nlmost hourly with
the roar of cannon nnd musketry. The
mountain tops witnessed the engagements
it Martinsburg, Antictam, Stuirpsburg,
ijtiuth Mountain, Monocncy, Hall's Hlulf,
Leesburg, Drancsvllle, Chntitilly, Centre
villc nnd the hundreds of sMrmikhes along
the hllUldeiand In the valleys. At the
foot of the mountain, along the banks of
the Potomac, paced the solitary sentry,
protecting often the tracks nnd trains of
the 11. X O. R. R., which the govern
ment zealously guarded as the great high
way of communication between the west
n.i.l tlt.m KTntln.,ral f'ntlllfll mill l'lllf-lt la 111..
I1IIIU lilt .-UIIWM..I N.. .,.,...., ...... ........ .. ...W
best known route to the east to thousands
01 veterans woo ir.ivcicu over 11 cunv in
the KWtle as raw recruits to join the ranks.
And to Potomac! What memories its
mention awakens! And Harper's Ferry
too! There stood John lliown's old fort
There "stonewall" Jackson performed his
great exploits. It was nenr there that Lee
crossed the Potomac Into Maryland nnd
then luvndtd Pennsylvania to meet the re
pulse nt Gettysburg. At Harper's Ferry
begins the famous Shenandoah vallet,
which Is penetrated from end to end hv
the II, & U, R. R., bringing into easy no
cets the battlefields nt inchester, Kerns
town, Opequan, Cedat Creek, Fisher's
lllll, Front Koynl, New iMnncei, iiarrn.011.
burir. Cross Kevs. Poat Republic. Waynes-
horo, oiul Mcuoweil, wnai memories 01
heroism, of forced marches, of victories
and drfeats these names recall! And with
them come trooping from the past the
names ol Sheridan, of Pope, of Hanks, of
Fremont, of Shields, of "Stonewall" Jack
son, of Lee, ol Ashby, and of Early.
It Is only by the H. & O. R. R. that
these famous battlefields can be reached.
During the encampment excursions will
be run to them dally from Washington at
greatly reduced rates. Excursions will nlso
be run to Gettysburg, to Manassas, to Hull
Run, to Fredericksburg and other Virginia
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