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Ijl C. H. McGill. Marshall.
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:. C. Dewoy, Piano.
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IHK TEXAS LAND AND MORTGAGE CO
This company is prepared to loan money
reasonablelrates of interest at from one
to five years time, secured by deed of trust
nnlmnroved lands and city property, ai,
u. ... li.i. .r,n tniinlninal.
i nsnntinta eountv. municipal
tsilroad nd other bonds, end purchase
Vendor's lien notes.
C. B. Welleslky,
General Manager, Office 605 Main street,
Tue new apportionment in Pennsylvania
gives the republicans fifteen and the demo
crats thirteen congressmen. This is about
as fair a division as could have been made.
Since the marriage of David Davis the
question now agitating the public mind is
whether the national independent party
Las doubled its membership or dissolved
IJftnoN and coin, as will be seen by the
dispatches, continue to come over in large
oiantitics to us from Europe, indicating
that our trans-Atlantic cousins have been
buying largely from us.
A V'A:iiiiN.T0- special Bays that the cen
sus bureau is runniDg itself, the superin
tendent und flrt-t assistant being absent.
We have thought for some time there was
a conspicuous absence of head to the de
partmont; lournal in London declares
that the revenue statistics in England show
that Blnce October 1S30 over l,OUU,wu people
in Great Kritain have put on the temper-
auce blue ribbon and quit the use ot stimu
Janls. There is Homething practical and en
cauraging in such facts as tbeae.
A CutLAoo paper insists that Rome was
never in such danger lrom Catalike and
his conspirators as ii the City by the Lakes
from tho atatl-HAaitisoH movement. The
irrepressible Cabtek'i friends are bound to
make a Cicebo, or aonie other political
iaVlor out ol Dim in ome
Ex Bekatob Tabor aays he doesn't pro-
fees to bo a Bhikx or an ldmusdi, onv ne
fails lo see why the newspaper men. whom
f jrfviTt o mnrh wina and ao many
cigara to, ridicule him so. Gratitude and
charity prevent the gentlemen of the quill
from explaining at length, and possibly, to
even the cx-enator'i satisfaction.
A wofLB-BE wit on one oi tne eastern ia-1 ---it - ... . .
.k.i Vt.t.. l,.r ia like the cotton return of the convict to prison if he vio
per aay. that aTcxMjuryU like thewtton contained in hia par-
ordrjirorthlcs unless ginnea ana pacaea.
Wa were not without a inena in me im
urtinn. however, to reply: "Then let ui
t.M ha Pennsylvania Dcces jury, com
Hr.auui i, mnertd into ojl. and
ran iHe machinerr of af. atar
The yellow lever baa alread made iU
appearance in Cnba. and ourfconjul at
Ifantanzas writes tbat thiseafy develop
ment of the disease baa led t!f physicians
"and government autboriliea t
and very fatal run of the scot,
too. Our own gulf porta cat
begin to take precaution ag
duction Into our own lever be
fiear a great
IV thl ara.
ot too eoon
G fx rat i. Uonnox, of Geor
bit nt In the United butea
of hi ftovertv. He than wt
rnadins and. in two or three
v&!th. Tbone who have be
bU movementa fancy tbat be la t
far retnra lo ibe fan, but
m alnUlna tbat anck U not the e
eoavh, however, could not but
k. hi Minm tA tmblic lite, and i
hia aemiea would feel otherw
highly gratified at toch a reanlt.
T rthowina remarks Iroaa the
Bta Arrooaut, relative to tbe aoti-ra.
leialativa anirit tnt'T dereloped la
state, apply well in aunoat every par
lr t Texa that we -nr.r refrain fr
rivwiwiil Uub- The Ara-ooaot aaj
''"Ilrf io'.r.i wLich Imt!, iXkjr, from wb
onrrv M m.r pr.rae. i enwarliV. Tbe
railroa-1 rtem. ao Ikt a it baa been devel-
1 ha ar'mipli?i-d IniraCiea for
atf and nty. 11 a,iora o - j
. a ' - . A it arf:!
eocT-.ir pl'n f.rfT r.rv.. n:a nar--
rw and ii.'.'-al wit al ppjaition i
rmabed tmt, and the sir :i demMnpcn
who p'b''1 tbm'rM in 1J Trr'"
eMS eno rteT"pneni idsii uitc itu
a- by a mure reaerwa a-d l b- j
e-al t-cf.ix: r--t'mtit; when itsha'J hec-n;
tbe po.i- y "four peTto etrrrr eti'er- j
nnl C o capi-' to nv.n.t it!-if in i
bt. -j "r n.J-ltbdhvw laoaewoebT.id ,
tK- -inianirni th w,Oi'.irt tb !ciw-
irrmti fVM.tk are (a f w ;
; i er vera! z? iMhsaie njliraniam."" '
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A 1klr.lv MM 1 1 llf.K IIIMI.I,I
Tha iiiotitli whlrli ml" lo ilay, and
ImI few tiny of the irllii(oii,liv hef n
In,-, I null liV I III' IIIIIIMIIll tltllll-
br-r of ilimllu of (liliiiK"'li'(l "
liav occurred. V rn nut wmit to run
the tlioinnml who ilie niutitlily In tlm
cure walliNitt, uml If liny fpcclal i
4H Iih tlm ciiiiMe of ureal mortality, H i
elect lis vlcllms from the lil;hcr rankH,
strike down the poor with tiiiintinl ruiun
tn nUrnct tlm nttontloii of tho public. 1
six weeks Just past, however, both these
disliiiKuished und noticeable, leutures nave
characterized the ravaRe of pneunionia in
tho United States. Not only has this dis
ease carried off muuy prominent characters
throughout the different sections
nprmifn And iiliVRiniuns1 certiticuteS in 111
all the large cities snow that the poor have
fallen before this ureaduii uiseano
thousands. Among the former will
remembered tho names of Kx-Govebmob
Morgan, of .New York, Jewell, of Con
necticut, fciTEriiENB, ot Georgia, mid Davis,
of this state, and just the other day the
postmaster-geiieral, Howe, together with
others whose names might be recalled. We
cannot remember when pneumonia was so
prevalent or so fatal as it seems to have
hppn irifh t.bn TtnMfc month or ao. These
frequent deaths ot prominent characters
have caused a search of the gloomy records,
and figures made up ot ounai per
mits and physicians' certificates as rt
ferrea to above, with the startling discov-
prir thnt in tho lmnihled walks oflife the
disease has been raging with even greater
Virulence and justilying tue estimate mat
half of all the deaths ocurnng in tho vari
bus communities for a season past, have re
sulted from pneumonia. Evidently there
isfeomtthiug radically wrong somewhere.
We cannot afford to have this season of tbe
year recurring with almost a scourge or
pestilence in its breath. Tho disease did
not use to prove so general and fatal and
it is more than probable that the repetition
of the experience of the past two months
can be prevented by proper care and pre
caution. Our i eople everywhere are
notoriously too careless of themselves
11UIUI lUUOiJf lUU tJWCOO Ul iuhudhiu.
aU(i this fact Is largely responsible for
rcBults 0 gtrikitiK churactcr that
we have justmeutioned. The disease is still
one about wbo.se origin and causes there is
uiucli mystery, but climatic cnanges anu,
much mystery, but climatic changes and
above ali the enerai condition of the
neaitu of the person, undoubtedly affect its
development and course. The condition
f., , f imnortance than
I .. ... .. . ,
the condition oi tue weatuer in warning on
the attacks. Colds and bilious attacks
hat have been contracted and experienced
during tbe winter are too long neglected;
tlm clnthin? and the exDOSure ot the per
son to sudden extremes are neglected;
stimulants ana neavv ioou auring me coiu
wuRthnr urn indulged until the svstem be
comes vitiated, and the general restllt is the
inipure.conuition of the blood or a uebillta
fori nvntom ppnnrAll v. The eruarda of thecit
adel of health are thus removed, and the first
approach of pneumonia, always m the air
and on the watch at this season, marks the
patient as a victim. The protection of tho
system, a due regard for the laws of health,
will in nine cases out of ten prevent con
tracting the disease, while any course that
will viiintn tlm dVKt.nm or weaken the een-
eral health will almost invariably produce
it. There is no disease, notwithstanding
rlimAtin rfpor nnd atmosnheric chamrtH
and the influence exerted by these upon
this particular malady is very considerable
it is true, that is more obedient
to or better warded off by the
laws of health than pneumonia.
Tlmv who Rtudv and observe these laws
properly have but littlo to fear from tho
presence or ravages of pneumonia, and this
fact in view of the alarming death rate pre
sented throughout the whole country
within the past few weeks, should be borne
In mind hereafter everywhere, especially
during the months of January, February
and March. It always takes the next
thing to an epidemio to arouse the rcckles
and Indifferent American public to an ap
preciation of their danger, but we cannot
but feel tbat such a visitation is beneficial
in tbe long run, if the public can thereby
be taught to be more cautious and careful
A uood deal ot comment and some ridi
cule was excited by Govirkob Cleveland's
action recently ia pardoning a convict
from one of the New York penitentiaries,
on condition that be totally abstained from
liquor Or five year after bli release. An
exchange, referring to the matter, remark:
"The governor of New York was not ao in
considerate a at first appeared In pardon
in man ariih thRondition that tbe Drie-
onerahould drink no liquor for five year.
It appears that tbe law ot the stave airecta
don. It Is a bard chance for the man, ana
a novel way ol promoting the temperance
A rroaperaue llama Institution.
The attention of the reader la directed to
tbe comparative atatements made In an
other column or this lasne, Dy me city na
tional Bank, of Dallas. The two atele-
menta, one of tta condition on Jannary th,
1K31, and the other of Ita atandingon March
fitth. 1S83, when the laat sworn statement
made to the comptroller, form a very
nattering exhibit of tbe prosperity an in
crease it haa enjoyed since ita virtual reor
ionization two yean ago. lranog mat
short period. It Uat or aep-ieuora na utanj
nnutrutilMl. and besidea paring a eeni-
annual dividend to ita atockboldera, it be
I mnnliirl a anmlti nearlr equal to
one-half of Ita original capital etocx
Tbe Uat of tbe director of
Citr National Bank la made op
name well-known throughout IPa atate
Texaa tnea of great wealth, tried prob
r. and e4 thorough bnatneae qoelinca-
i . k m the alert ia tbe
a.mt of-thelr important traata. Their
uirrmlt wealth ia cooiderbIT orrr -.
niTi.oar). and their Drmrtie are totally on-
incnmDered. II ia not reneraliy anown oy
the pnbllc that, under tbe national
I bankioc art. tbe etocktolder a "a iiaote.
tbadiacharre of tbe ob,.ratiODa of
m national hack. t donble tbe amoont of
Uieir eteck. Tbia apeaai liaouity, aaoea to
the capital and nrpln tbia bank, cm-
titatea a guarantee food of a quarter e( a
illin dailari to ita djHjaitora, and mum
a conptant cberk npon the manager tn
ir ertenaioa r4 credita. Tbe ofiicer nl
City National r.ank can lint with
to the record male amce it rw?ani- j
i, r tbey bare boilt op one of tbe
ata O beat and beat py Wetitnimo ra
cnb-a Texaa. Ia lb future, a u iwi
. - fr . 1 ' rf,M.n ... V. ! 1
it. l"ir i.i u, w 1 - ,
rar r4 a plae of abaVc: aa'-y i-x
i?,-jot :U them, f'.trrie ti i
to of ita rrT tbe r"r"f it, doe-1
tre oi a r rrt mw, fr:-i-r,f tbe
tn(-etc-r ft tmr exi.e vr'-Cait. end
f ,otiDir I " dJ i the rea-rri. eonfi. j
,".- of t hierif t'r"ui and snrTfo .
Tlllfl DALLAM WJClCKtiY HICHAM), 'Hill HHP AY
ISKWS UY iSI'KOIAI.S.
tour won i it.
Miin unl Mllar-"Giihif to b oil"
A Utile Toil lla- Wa all liivanlor, t;ie,
Fort Wobtii, March 2s. Hpwlnl.l Tli
annual stalement of cily fliiatice ami re
port ol olllceriare tindiirgnliig prepnrntlnn
for presentation lo the city council at the
meeting, next (Saturday. At the same
time an order Is expected for posting the
names of streets and numbering houes and
Mattlo Johnson, famous an the minlreps of
John Morris, who was killed by William
Kavnnr on account of Matlio, iiidrned
T.Uibbs to-night, the has sent for her
nlttlilrun iitirl IH fnitl? to be sood.
Tom Clark arrived here February 2d at
nnriBB on a horse, riding bareback, lie
sold the horse at tlm Concho wagon-yard
mi ivua urrpsiml on Biinnicion. No claim
ant aiipearing, he was liberated, and now
l-.nocU Btaniey, oi ijipeviue, imium "
nrnvpH awv the horse.
Charles Cillum. book-keeper of Casey it
Swwey, is guarded at the Mansion hotel to
prevetit his suiciding. .
Henrv Luther Uaiiy, whoso suicide was
reDorteil vesterdav. left the model ot a
brick machine of his own invention.
I'unl Hill, a von n ir man about 17, on Sat
tirday evenintr last went into the yard of
..-..-." L IJ. liU nirl Un.,il,
was playing and said, "I want to kiss you,
you are so pretty." Ho pulled her into an
out-house and raped her. The knowledge
of the outrage had been kept from the
father until to-day, when he notified offi
cers, and a large Jorce is after the young
brute. Lynching is freely talked of.
Fokt Worth, March 29. Special.
Taul Hill, aged 10, perhaps 17, one of the
most infamous young wretches that ever
disgraced Fort Worth, was arrested to-day
by Jininiie Maddox and llowin Tucker
while lleeing away on foot on the Taxas it
Pacific track. The particulars ol his dread
ful crime your correspondent eent yester
day. The outraged .girl may die.
Dr. G. H. Crary, a heavy capitalist of Ked
Wing, Minnesota, and vice-president ot the
Investment company, arrived to-day. He
intends making heavy investments here.
When Builington's drug store was bur
glarized last week, S. G. ililhgan the pre
scription clerk, gave the notes to the repor
ters, lie was the robber, and to-dny Sam
Farmer arrested him. He confessed.
It. T. Gibbs got a license to marry Mattie
Johnson, and went there with a preacher.
She refused to carry out the programme,
and he got a bottle of laudanum, a bottle ot
Fowler's solution of arsenic, a lot of mor
phine and a lot of sulphate of zinc, and
took the entire outfit. The inquest took
place to-day. Gibbs died at 0 a. m. to-dny.
KeprehenBlbleConductof nn Alleged White
Man An Interesting Suit for Damages
Jacksonville, March 30. Special.
John Bailey, a white man, and Kate Simp
son, a yellow girl about 15 years old, eloped
from Palestine, and stopping here, regis
tered ut the City hotel as Bailey and lady.
Marshal Clark, on receiving a telegram
from Marshal Kocers. soon' arrested them.
The mother of the yellow girl arrived last
night and carried her back home. Bailey
took the train for parts unknown. Tbey
occupied the same room at the hotel here,
and ate breakfast together.
Billy Arlington's troupe played to a
crowded house on the 28th instant.
City Marshal Clark deserves praise for
his vigilance in arresting offenders.
The case of J. M. Noell vs. the Masonic
lodge of Alto is on trial In the district court
at Kusk to-day, and promises to elicit In
teresting tacts. This is a case for damages
in pulling down Noell'a fence. The lodge
no doubt will win the case.
TheKansaBifc Gulf Short Line railroad
.now has regular passenger trains between
this place and Kusk, and the road is being
rapidly pushed to connection with the
IMA lt.SU ALL.
Funeral of Mr. Srott
Marshall, March 29. 8pecial.-Thc
remains of Mrs. Mary It. Scott arrived from
New York last night, and were taken by a
special train lo the home of Colonel W. L.
Scott, at Scoltsville, this evening. A large
number of relatives and friends went down
on the train. The religious services were
held at the village churcb, and the' remains
of this estimable woman were laid to rest in
tbe quiet churchyard near by. Never have
we witnessed a more solemnly beautiful
spectacle. Tbe neighbor and friends from
all the country around were there, conspic
uous amongst whom were the old servants
of the family. Their wailing ob ot sor
row as they looked for the last time upon
tbe Ta e oi "old missus" were heartrend
ing, and brouKht tear to many eyes unused
to weeping, llev. D. Davis preached the
funeral sermon, and paused a glowine eulogy
npon tbe life and character of tbe deceased.
Colonel Scott and family have tbe heartfelt
sympathy of our people. The train re
turned to tbe city again at 6 p. m.
West I'oint CadeUhlp Projected Improve
ment Candidate for Aldermanle
MrKtwwBT, March 2!). Special.! Got-
ernor Throckmorton ba appointed a board
of examiner to meet at Denton, April 10,
to examine applicant tor the csdeUhip at
West Point and Anapolis. Three of the
hoard reside in Denton, of which Colonel
. K. Piner ia chairman. Four other,
teachers from other sections of the district,
will be appointed. Wa learn tbat there
will ba a number of applicant for both
Jiptain t. n.. jianeT win wunin toe next
fevvNiLiontb add an ex ten! ye cotton teed
Oil laiVrT to b" flooring mills.
HeverV two-tory brick buinea honpe
will tMtWcted in Mckinney during the
Major B.. Khloe, uenerai A. uunm
hie. Colonel Turhit and Captain M. W
Johnson aremandidates lor alderman io
Death f a Well
iwa Kafrlfteer -Kalghta
i 29 Special.-Or-ngineer,
villa Grave, a cirl
1 for many year em-
tdortd by tba Inter
ional, died at Pan
he remain were
timiirhl to tbia citv a
aonir funeral, wbicb
man nf tine abili-
Mr. Grayeaw a rot)
iiim i), allowed onlv I
ir weakneaa, that
eventually rauinr bif
1 be Knitnw miu
ehraiioa laat nigbt. f
rave a arand eel-
oirlit lan Healb
of the order,
le concert, bail
led hr yiiitine
lerlorod on the pnw
AttararJa waa OTODV
and eoprwr. Ierr!y at-
brethren from otber par
rf tbe tae.
r tba Mar
bia ioientioa of
V. Bell haTing diacloe,
mijrning tbe ofBcw of
rict attorney of
tbe l"th jodicial diatric
k meeting of tbe
GaineTi:ie bar waa beld
H o'gbt ia tbe
we of aeletin
. in order to rn
to Ibe govern-r
M-a-r.. B. Ii.
eonii-bowae for tbe r
wroe we of their noar.
Jtt and rerim mend 1
f, 1 tbe nnerpired e-
Iiiriin, V. i.. Ititm
n4 t. V. tnider.
jr.. were rnt in nm
certieman cVeriired 1"
I'm. Tbe jatter j
a r-ansiiriafe. and I
re-ii.ee.l ! wnri
a. of bi" name I
-e. Mr. f. fa'. i I
i.if-h wa aor-d.i r
tlienut in ri'T
tioti an4 the -
. rtarli. rere-r n r .
tntr'i rnt a T'. n.
i l wel ome
,a " "a d"tJd
T,-i be w V
nn tbe erri
lit be"r if en:'tn- '
ni'irrn ann jT.'(.',n. '
I'm a r"eyrr. ;
t-"!.;rd "-e i
vi-e il-nf rn and
f -n f-'it ta r
m if.- im.
m'" nf n"e tn c-n-e d
li tm t:- it Air. 4 nenii't r-r
of iaagtter acd aft'ia-oaa, or tea iaat Lxi'.t,
Me. If. II. I.atili rerilvMl llilrtcen vote,
which, bolng two tlilf'ls'if the lif, hi mi
iloraafiii'tit wii inndo iifiiiliiiniiy, Mr.
I.HrilMt I a vniitig in in of sterling iiiiHlitien
and In every wa IIHtcil fur ibe ulllce II I
eiiiirenimil by lh nlni'llle bar arcin
In vlve iniirli nall'ilai'tiiiti, and higl, hnpfls
re eliterlalneil Unit the Kovrrnor Will ap
point him to till lb unexpired term.
Varle lha I'olaon Cut Mini far nljiinrter.
Waco, Morch 2H,-Bpnclal.-Thoms
Hackett, a railroad limn formerly on the
Texas ,t Pacillc, but now employed as news
agent on tho Narrow-Gauge road, and wno
ba been drinkmv nurd for a day or two
this evening called (or a drink of liquor at
a saloon, and pouring a quantity oi --rougn
on rats" in the glass, drank
It off. Ha soon after repeated
the loHe in anothor glass nf whisky, by
which time bia friends took tho alunu and
sent for doctors, who pumped liim out, and
he may recover.
Tn an ntt'niv btiit iiicht between two hack-
men named Bell and D. F. Moreland, the
latter was cut severely over the eye and in
the shoulder. The quarrel was about 25
cents, which Bell claimed.
Waco. March 29. Special. George
Walker, companion of Tom Varnell on the
nigbt of the recent tragedy near Hubbard
City, und jointly indicted with him for the
murder of Mr. Land, surrendered to-day to
the Hill county authorities. It is said
Varnell will also surrender as soon n he
can be communicated with. Major C. B.
Pearse, of this city, has been retained for
Afire at' Oalesville this morning des
troyed the entire east side of the public
square except two buildings on tho south
end. This was the principal business Bide
of the square.
Thomas Hackett, the news agent Wbo
took two doses of "rough on rats" yester
day, with suicidal intent, is doing well,
and says he has no recollection of taking
Conviction in District Court Much-Hung
Tyler, March 28. Special. The follow
ing convictions have been had in the dis
trict court up to date: Asa Dumas, bigamy,
live years; John Meadows, (colored), as
sault to murder, two years ; Sara Spencer,
(colored), theft, two years. Iu the case of
Charles Covington, charged with assault to
murder, the jury has been out since 3 p. m.
yesterday. It is reported as standing
eleven for acquittal.
Captain F. P. O'Brien and -vife, ot Gol
veBton, are visiting relatives iu this city.
Tyler, March 29. Special. The jury
in the Covington case agreed to disagree,
and stood 7 for conviction. ;
Fruit-growers report there will only be a
third of a crop of peaches and no plums iu
1). C. Williams, editor of the Monitor,
Mineola, is visiting relatives and friends
, SAN ANTONIO.
Motion to Quash Indictments Against Kx
San Antonio, March 2S. Special. In
the United States court to-day the motion
to quash indictments against United States
Marshal Stillwell II. Russell on account of
the irreeularities in summoning juries was
overruled by Judge Turner, and the trial
will proceed to-morrow.
Washington. March 28. This be
ing the day set for the funeral of Postmaster-General
Howe, all executive depart
ments are closed, their flags draped in
mourning and flying at half mast.
CiiiCAi'.o. III., March 23. The custom
house is draped iu mourning in view of the
funeral of Postniasfer-General Howe.
AT new YORK.
Ji'ew York, March 28. The pillars of the
poatotllc-, this morning, were draped in
black and the flag placed at half mast on
the dome. liusiiirs-' will lie entirely bus
peniled this afternoon between two and
live, when Hi t'uuerul of the late postmus-ter-geueral
Kenosha, Wi., March 28. A special
train, bearing tho Milwaukee and Madison
delegates, made the run to this city in one
hour and ten minutes. Many strangers
arrived on the morning train. The town is
draped in mourning, and on all sides there
are evidences of deep sorrow for the loss of
the deceased postmaster-general. A. Chi
cago special train, bcariug several hun
dred persons, and among them the Wash
ington delegation, arrived about 3 o'clock.
Secretaries Lincoln, Teller, Chandler, Fre
linghuysen and Acting Postmaster-General
Frank Hatton, and a delegation from
the post-olllce department composed
the Washington party. They brought
with them a number of maguiti
cenffloral ollenngs. A slight snow-storm
prevailed, which gave the deeply draped
town rather a picturesque appearance.
Tbe body was at the residence of Colonel
J. H. Howe.'ahout two mile from town.
The bonr set for tho funeral service waa
3 o'clock, but before that time the remains
were borne '.by citizens ol Kenosha,
organized a escort, to the Unitarian church,
where in front of the altar tbey lay in state.
A bust of tbe stiteiman was exposed to
view, and was closely and tearfully scruti
nized bv the vast concottrae of people, rep.
reaentativea nl tin and other states, and
themaaae, whom in life be loved so well
andaeraed o faiihfully. The decoration
t tba r.hurch were i mule and entirely flo
ral in rtmr.cier. I Don the front of tbe
altar platform were arranged a number of
neantuui ueeigua, uiumk unmouwi
of tba aad occasion. Servloe opened
with a chant bv tbe ChlcaEO qaartette
club, under tbe leaderahlp of Professor
Phelpa, ol that city, i nis waa loiioweu oy
Scriptural reading by Key. C. H. Simmon.
Th Invocation, bjr Kev. Robert Collier, of
New York, waa followed by atngingofthe
bymn, "Abide with Me." llev. Mr. bim-
niona reviewed we cuaracier ui iniccasru.
with whom he had been closely associated
for many year. The beautiful line oectn
nina '(! Cnirit Freed from Earth."
were annc bv the quartette, and
ir Viiliar snoka freely on
the hope of immortality, and the eervice
waa brongni to a cioaa wuu a neir:iiuu uj
tba nnari4tta and benediction. Tbe con
gregation then viewed the remain, after
which tbe cover waa placed in petition and
the casket riven Into the nana oi me paii
Hearera, Chief Justice Cole, Governor Kusk,
Secretary Lincoln, f-ecretaay Teiler, Hor
ana Knhla. Hen tor hawyer. F. H. HaMOB
and htnator Hill, and taken to the depot
no i.laced aboard tbe lunerml train
wuirh left tr tireen Bv at
alKMit ' 4 t. ra. Tbe aervicea were
eioeedinpiy aimple and appmpriaie, rela
ttren n tea dereaned barinc requested that
iheea ba nnatteraix at di-nlav ol any kind.
Tbre wa neittier an nnilormed ororjran
ired aecret organization or eociety, bot the
people, and by and of tbero he will be
mourned. At Green Bay tbe body will lie
In eta'e al tbe iveidence of Mr. Howe, from
10 o 12 o'clock to-morrow, and at noon tbe
inter jnent wi'l Use piece.
itoHCoa. March 2o. At 1" 11 tbi morn
ing tbe belle at Fort Howard etd
in ibe citr tolled 67 atrokee.
tbe aire of b deceased poet.
maMer-reiia.al. Tbe lanerai aemce
win be bnet. Lev. Mr. Collar and Dr. Sim
moo beitia in attendance. Tbe body will
be followed to tbe rrr at Wnndlawn cem
etery by old frwnd and the citizen id
G-een Iv. Bowa booaae will becinaed.
Mm' tea. Wia.. Marr-h 2i. Tbe train
Hearing ilia remain A the hor-ored deid.
J-iore H"we. arrireJ at tie I'bicaco
Norreterr rterii kbrrot :Vlclnr bi
r"'H-r ir r Attacbed io toe lra- were twe
Marnr eleefer. oer npieii bv t ie f jral
pny. A fi,mit:"e from tbe ft "own lytnnty
Bar ai'-'n rere-red the wtii'h
rr,r.g ..ri in tirf bearw a:.d e.-"-t"1 by
me rntr m ilea. wa itn In ti Unwe
reeMef. on V:n at-eet. A I I'1 V.cit-
U,e r;i n He "iy trB n.:.z:t r:T 67
Krnyr. the re f-f "the ne"e-i. and tre
raake wa f-om tue b"-i- in the
r-a-v i- w .fr. arvl pfTreved '" lb
If I !!! rt l r" !i
jUI'it ; o I in Itn-.r at f"f ner:D-
t i Irn . t lerr . 1t. ' 'rrh w
Ixe4 t t!: Ai .1 - bon1-1
lrnn nn.'e cam a1i-"avm. n4 in
, t- ui : ! rr--- 'Mn ol tna aT
tr 7 ri.-. ir - :-j-t we-e p-nfrjae and
lr-!:"'1. 1 f -e-i ai beeaa
t aft ? rinrk with a chant
lr. .. . eTl. tainr O' Cr fboh.
lira cCtTi a brief i-rarer, wtich waa loi-
t A VUtl, fl Mi3.
lnwad bv a aiiln. "Ni-itrer Mf find lo 'I lien, '
winch M, I'. Kimball snug to the air '
"llobln Ailalf," the fiiyoflln "iig of Mr
Mow, liny, If, M. HIiiiiiioii ilclifered a
yery alluding tribute to the llln and
lin'racler of the tllrtingiilsliril sliiti'inaii ,
The service nl Mm iieiiii'lerv ii'iimlslinl
Imply ol the reitdilig nl IIih I'ri sb.Vlerliili
liiirli.l ni rvlca (nr llm iln,id. IpV IteV. It .1.
Whltu, and a few remark by llev. II. M,
HlminonR. A the cnllln wn being lowered
Into tho rravo, Mm tlraca Howe, niece of
.Inck'H llowfl. wa overuome liV enintlon
and lalnted. Hlie wa tenderly cared fir
and soon recovered.
You can avoid preiimHire grnynesi by
sing Parker s liair uaiuam, nisunguisiioti
lor Its cleanliness.
An Attempt at Suicide.
V. 1. Wade, a telegraph operator, latu of
Doming, but formerly of New Orloans, ar
rived in the city a few days since and
stopped ut tho Pacific house on Pacific
avenue. Hi came to this city in quest of
employment, but failing to get It he became
desnondent. and yesterday morning he
essayed to end his existence by taking four
ounces of laudanum, but fortunately for
him that it made him so sick tbat he did
not retain the deadly druir. Ho then tried
to borrow a pistol of some of the guests of
tho house, who noticing his strange ue
mcanor refused him and informed the pro-
prietor, who was so kind as to have him go to
bed and to look after his comfort. Wade
is an intelligent young mau and converses
well, but not finding employment here, us
he bad expected, he determined to commit
Have used Parker's Gincor Touic too sno
cesstully for coughs and bowel complaints
to dread them. En. ,
Closed by Attachment.
Yesterday afternoon the grocery estab
lishment of Ike Loeb, 710 Elm street, was
closed by creditors, who ran attachments
on the Block. Sheriff Smith aud two of his
deputies began at once to take stock. The
attachments, which issued frotn the dis
trict court, were sworn out by the following
parties for the following amounts: Sara
Klein, $1,500; Oliver & (iriggs, $7,000; W.
Ii. Wright, $1,5(10, and W. H. Fiippen, SL
OTH, making a total amount of attachments
brought, $11,070. Tho assets are between
$10,000 and $12,000. Mr. Loeb waa absent
from the city at the time,' but is expected
Millions of nackaires of the Diamond Dyes
have been sold without a single complaint.
Everywhere they are the iavorite dyes.
Shcrifl Braley, of Ellis county, conveyed
Nowlan and O'Donnell, charged with safe
robbery at Ferris, with a bond of $500
clinging to each, to Wuxahacliio yesterday.
The sain, as heretofore published in the
Hekald, beungea to me post-omcu at
Churned With Theft.
Bob Combs was arrested yesterday and
placed under bond by Deputy-Sheriff Lewis
on a warrant issued by the clerk of the dis
trict court on un indictment found by the
grand jury, charging him with the theft of
riheuiTiatism, fieuralqia, sciatica,
Lur.ijaao, Bickaclte. Headaciio..Toothach,
so re Til ronl.lw"IIInu.K rnln . Ilruiw.
llnrn. WriiliU. r"rM Hle.
iNU AIX 0IHF.lt llllllll. l'At1 AMI Al'IIIS.
4 bv UruKHU Mrt 0iil'-"v...r.Tv!tr. Ii Cu twllf
liimjlu.i,. Iu 11 ".m.K'miril
Tiir. rnAiti.r-.H ovki.kk '. m
Tho Prophet Honored In nl Own Couo
m try, even In HI Own Uonie,
Tub honost, simple naratlve of Mr. S. 3.
WuiPP, who reside at No. 177 Williams St.,
r rovidence, K. I. :
" Caring the past six or eycn yoars I bare
been severely afflicted with Kidney disease, caus
ing intense baeliaohe, ditzine, and other -vera
pain through my body and limb, rendering
me ao weak and prostrate that at time it wa
impossible for mo to do any part of my house
work. I have had alo a fluttering of the heart,
and wa terribly dUtrewod for breath. I waa
very miserable, and completely worn out and dla
eouraged; I bad no ambition to undertake to do
anything, and barely lufitcient itrength to render
extitcnoe desirable, having failed to find any re
lief from the doctor' preeeription. At tin
trying critl a friend persuaded me to obtain a
bottle of Hunt' Remedy, and now I rejoice that I
followed tbi friendly advice, for the Bemedy
acted Ilka a charm in my case. After I had
taken a few doe, my health begaa to improve; I
felt better every way. The nattering of the
heart, the Intense backache, and terrible hort
ncn of tb breath speedily disappeared, my
strength and ambition soon rotnrned, and before
I had taken two bottle ot the Remedy I wa en
tirely well, and able towuh and iron and do my
homework. Once Iu a while I am troubled with
the headache, and a oon a I am taken I raaort
to Hunt' Remedy, and a few dnaes fix me all
right. I (hall never be without it In the future.
1 have frequently recommended the Hunt' Rem
edy to my friend, and tbey have experienced
rclkf from tbe ant dnee, 1 heartily recommend
it to ail who are afflicted with Kidney dUoane or
lih-am of the I.lver, Bladder, or Urinary organ.
I think no family tuonld be without It.
Ma. S.J. WHIPP,
So. in William M., rrovidenee, B. I."
Act Like a Charm.
"I have used Hunt' Remedy for Kidney
trouble, and recommended It to other, and
alway found it to act like a charm."
73 Canon Street, Pittsburg, Feaa.
Gratitude i tbe nxroorr o the heart." Baw
masy heart memories darter around Bast's
bemedy ia grateful hovjebold wher it haa
wrrmc-ht It marie rnre t
rriefu i trmi thHr
APrrwlaiiimi of itm
trwnt-1 mm ft ion it oi
M'h wilttPI. Hot
v fatily mm It Impftrt
trrrv an lrrm
ar avi'1 tntr of he
omv h.niftkf tb
rr ifiu-rT), fwm
Mah tm thnmt b
-HT-T frvm rh-
fi on fnV ibic'T 9V.'.rt rmr 7
, . fM, u-a tS 'I"v1 tn b"-l ii that
, r ne f - ' lev 0f irrim rn """- a ere-
e-a -v 1". f -e r-a now (" bar
, . I; -mmrrmT Bia-llarw tf
a w v err 1
,r a l-r VT Tera !ad.
''mnt H. ac4 w. nc
. k w I "'
t-f . r-' ta mm la Ji "
ti.BL -j-ac-t, a 1, "
56- the: great -nnffUy
mRman mm IS
li ii- a ci uui sju hvj mm urn m w ax mm bw m
UJfMAAU I All ' lit AlTU fit UAIJALn
WOMAN CAM HEALTH (it WOMAlA
MVMf'ATmZt WITHXfi'll THE HOPE Of.
' WOMAN. VrVrMTHE RACeI
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
A Sure Cure for all FEIrtALK WEAK
NESH-Efl, Including Leacerramn, Ir
reaulnr and Painful Meastruation,
Iullnmmatlon and Clcoration of
tho Womb, rioeillnir, PRO
LAPSUS UTERI, Sce.
tyPlfOJiant to the taiito, cfflcftcloua and Immodlata
In Its effoct It in great help In pregnancy, and re
lieves pain daring labor and at regular periods.
mysicujs rsi rr and rnrscRini! it freely.
tyFoB-ALLWEJUOTliasKS of the generative organ
of cither Bi'X, it Is second to no remedy that has over
been before the publlo i and for all diseases of tba
Kidshtb It Is the Grtatrtt Bcmtdu in the h'Tld.
C3S"KIDNEY COMPIAINTS or Either Sex
Find Great Relief In Ita Use.
t,TPIA E. PlNKTf AM'S HI.OOI PrnrFTKTt
will enuliraU evei-v v,:;iti;ro nf Hutaors from the
Blood, At the same timr rlll rfvv tno and Htntnirth to
tUesjHteui. Asiuoi-velloa ,in results as the Compound.
rWBoth tho Compound and Blood rni-Uler are pro
pared nt 233 and 33 Western Avomio, Lynn, Mass.
Prieo of cither, 81. Six bottles for The Compound
Is sent by mall la the form of pills, or of loKenffes, on
rucelpt of price, 8 1 per box for cither. Mrs. Pliikham
f roely answers all letter of laquliy. Enclose 3 cent
stamp. Send for pamphlet. Mciitfon this Iiper.
iHnu E. Phodiah'h Lnrnt Prtia cure Constipa
tion, BUiousiio and Torpidity ui tho Livi r. Hi oeiiu,
Tf-Eold by all PnirgNs."
IjExitwavxt alwauie Shtjclxl.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
' lie HoWlird frftlTOnlo Rhinld nnrl nnr nfher FlArtrn
Gittviinia nnd Miwimtfo Ahnlliini-AR nd (iiirmnntn nm
a Murwctirofor Nervous DHNIity, PurHlyRin, Knitfpsv,
Kheumutlsin, Overworkod Brftia, ExhnuBtlon or horn nf
Vital Knery. Weak Buck, Kidney, Liver, and Htemacb
Complainth, nntl nra itduptd to FITUKK bKX. Tliemj
iipiiliMires are the very littfst improved, nnd entirely
(liferent from belts nnd nil others, oi they positively
urnerate continuous current- without nclds, catiHiritrno
scrus uorlrritation of the nkla can be worn nt work n
we'll n rest only noticeable to wearer. I'ower ( rHtnila
tdtomeet tho dilfarnnt Rtnffos ot nil dinoufnn where
Liecino ana Mncnetic treatment ! or iienefit. J aose fur
At ones reach the cfifc ot Alma. hir rilnn u
direct upon Nervous, Mnf.nulnr,and 0nertivViiters,
BfK!dlly retBtorina the Titiillty which In Klertrkity
diMtnHff from the eystem by exones or Indiscretions, nnd
tliny thus In a nut urn I way overcome the weukoeF,.
vrtthoutdruMinnthe stoma oh. They will cure every
cane short of atrurturnl dPRRDornt Ion, and we nre
prrpnrd to furnish the moat emphatic nnd abolnte
protif to support our cl.tin. Our Illustrated uniphlet
sent Froo or in sealed envelope for 6c postafie.
ConsalUtlea ) AMERICAN GALVANIC CO.
r.ec.&v..ed f 312 N. 6th St., St. Louis. Mo
i i iya
gycfs Voltaic gelt
l mrtur Aim aft fr
1 aawaWt wa aaan aa w w w - i
CltctrlC .plitnr tr sent on 3V Vxyi' irtiu
TO MEN OKLY. YCISKQ CR OLD,
TXTHl amtrnffertner from Naaroc pCTnJTT,
V I-" vitaijtt, . or hi:ava Foam 4o
Vliioa. WimM iikk, and all hoe die
of l'imovAt. JIati'b rwnilllos; frm Aursas and
Onira li r. i. !y i. Ilef ami romplrta reo
Th. irraJvlMil dtcoery IIa ann t'ntli Ciliary.
ypiTAie HUT CO.. Mt.tHalt. WUH.
Fashtooabl Color and Dealer.
For Tarlori, Chamber, Hall, Etc.
Beta for aT. pica anil bottom price. Mailed
free. nW or TBE MAKrrACTCRKRa,
1W A 110 W. Itld atrart New Tork.
COLLEGE. NEWARK. N. J.
$ Tninnwa of Ne Tork. Touumim for ell wnrOrf
fTaaiaet-. Life tvrhliwh.rs t40. lrr ml'1!
fmtmms. WnM forcireuLavre. LLOOUL HA I " nm
waot aaiL naaiataa I"
G lid den's
, ,-t T- '"I aa-xa, - Va"
t li rl r"".-t rar- pur. w ih..r
H'"1irvi i' r" a-4 a a. f-oi
VbK-fc at I ir"1 !-"- " w -""'
(A ova . wAaai.- aarv
rtiM, Ktmw fm vwix, ir riiANd"
aiaila ii hia tit fur Ilia t I t ,
J ni'T'T-iaiiiii ratiiaily. "'Naliirc'a ' ihiihi
lllifltiiratllra m Vllall.,,' lii.a..u.ni
Tiiiiaiiohim. i,....r .;..:.i..j:; .
; r "'" . ,,rw,irn in Ff'irriliar
fnim willed lo learii tlm I'aiuii of th illii
alioyo ini iiliiiiiil; then al omvi lo in mo irorn
I. " ' . y y iruruKKimor r yuxprvH
tlio iiiivuMitlllnn riiiiiiilr
(JKOWIiUH, Bl.lWiM A Wlf.LIAMfl.
. Wholl trnirfta, Uallaa, Texaa.
By rotll at Howell Uro'aiil Zack XolUvor.
Illiutratpd Marrlaia Guide. !W0 tuaoa. ninth
aud gilt binding, 611 o-nu; anie In paper coy
ii cent. Manhood, 10 couUj Woniaiiltood,
cent; pamphlet, 8 eentu, aocurely lealed, b
mall Bend money or potRe (tump. Dr.
nun i'jkk, tho treat DeoliilM.Gl7 hl f:hrint
truet, Ht I.ouli, Mo.
THJS GEMT mum BOJiDY
' TB a TlMVHV.ullInn nn a
SjjJSWrJiur Neryona Debility,
una neajtue, tlper
mHtorrlirru, lo 8T
i-y. Pnraly. and all
ihe terrlhla ntiWita nt
Self A bine, youthful
o iliea aid excesae in
naturur years uoh a
.1.. r t . .n r
I tude, Noeturnai Bml.
piuu, tuiniuu ui OOCIB
ty, Dlmiies of Vision
Notte in the Head, the vital fluid naaalna nni,.
served in the nrfne, and many other diceasea
irftU M Minn,,,,. uu dtnLn.
THE EN6U8H 1MKDIOAC INEri'lTUTM
will agree to forfeit Five Hnndred Dollar for
a ceie of this kind the VITAL KKSTOKATIVH
(under their special advice and treatment) will
not onre, or for anything impure or fniurlona
found in it. THIS fcNOilMlf MJSDIOAl iSB
ST1TUTK treat all Private nineaae aucoesafallj
without mercury, Cousnltatlon Free. Tho&
ongh examination and advice, Including analyu
ui of urine. 5 (10. Price of Vital KeatcitlveT
$3.00 a bottlo, or fonr tlmesthtr iitantlty.tl0.09
sent to any address on receipt of price, or C. O. D..
(no C. O. D, sent without $1 enclosed as a guar,
antec), secure from obseryalton. and tn privata
name n aeaireo, by rjnuusit jnjsuKJAl.
I.NS11TUTB, 718 Olive street, Ht Lnnls. Mlesonri
Wholesale Agents, W. H. HOWELL A BRO
C17 St. Clmrlcs Street, St. Uuls, Ho.
A regular Bnrtaste of two MMIes! CollrMri, hubecn longer
ttwA In thofpoclsl trcatmtntof nil Venereal, Sexual
and Chronic Diseasos tlmn any oilier l'hynjcliia Ui 6u
Louis, hm city rr.pcrit niiow, aud all old n-tsldcuta know.
Syphilis, Gonorrhaoa, Gleet, Stricture, Oreht
(is, Hernia, or Rupture, all Urinary Disease and
Syphilitic or mercurial affections of the throat,
skin OT bones, aro treated with ODiwrallcledsucce-, Oil
latrMtseicotiiio principle;, Safeljv Prlvntelv,
Gpermatorrhoea, Sexual Debility and Impa-
fency, a" tlj rcsultorfk'lf-abiiicln youth, stKunl execaaos
lu uiatturtT veart, or otLer eonsen, sod which produce aooo
of the fcl'owiug eOettst nervooucs, acmlnal embioDi,
detility, dimness of sight, dcfoctlvemcrnqry, plpk'n on that
face, phyef caldfcay.avcHlon tofocl&tyof fcmitlai, cooftision
of IdfM, ION- of flpxunl pow.T, eta, r-nderiiift marriaffO
(3(jpnge) relRt(t.g to Uitj above, etnt in Bc.ledcnrclopt'fl, for
two post-ge atamps. Cvn-ulUtion at oflice, or hp mail free,
and invited, afrlcudly talk or bin opinion costs no'.jiui.
VThvtx it U IncoDvenlent to visit :hocity for treatment,
Dedieincienn be.en.by mflaorexprsoverTwhore. Cuf
ftiilo canei guaranteed, wWrcdoubt exlBta it li fraindy listed.
Olnce Hours : tf A. M. to 7 P. 11. Suodara 12 M. to 1 P. M.
Panphlot for Hoa, 1 Ctuap: for woaoa, 1 Ctanp;
Oeman for both, 2 GtiBps. Qi pas.
MARRIAGE I pIH
pmis. ! GUIDE
legcnt oloth and fftH binding. ScateA thr bK
ta postage or currency. Over fifty wuuderf-1 pea viotur
true tollfoj artlclea on the foHowlngBubiocUt Who m
tnarry, who not, wby. Proper age to tnarrk. Wno tnar ,
first, Manhood, Woiowifcood, Physical dec Tfcecffecta
Celibacy oud exoess. Wlw fltiou.d aiarrj; tjrtVtt.'e and hti..
pinesaroay boincreasod. Tbe Physiology of tteiroduetion,
aud muuy more. Those married orconufinplatkig marriage
Bbould read It, It ought to beread by all adult pt-nu4tbej
kept under loek and key. Popularrattion,taiuaa above
but paper cover, 20 paget, tio cts. by moM in money .
teitage, Cheapest good fittide la America
Dr.nohannan,i,rPf-tahl Curative' lswarron(otf M
fi.titditly euro all tbrruH of Haprraattorriietor her
tTraknrtB, General lrthIUy. Imputfary, etr., and rV
"Lowt Power," and brinuii back the "Votithful Ii;-.--tlitiu?
who have destroyed It by srxuul cxtTfoei orrvi;
ticvii.infruiiitwo to bvvcii wet'ts' time, 'i'hisrcitit'dy, w,
hus Ik-oii ust'd by Dr. UTihaiinun in hia private prai'tin. .
ovrr thirty yrars, wot never known to fail in curing
the VtOlt-sT CAM.. It pivca vitnljty and hnparts fir
w ith woiulrrlulctk-ctto tlmse miildlo-oBTMi men who U
weakneaa beyond their yttars. its InvioratniR pmpf
are fi.-lt at once. Young nun ftifleritig trom the ci -qucnetf
of that dreadtuliy d.fuetive habit of SlV-&j.
rrn use tnia meflicLua with tiic oasuranoa of a apeuly r -IRIIoIaAKNT
euro. The patient nuiin itrength ana'
.lii'tty f apiriti at owe, a It acta dim-tlyon the parti cf.
ra as a toothing and ln-aling tonie ana anodvtieto th
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