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THEOAZETTE; 3TQRT IVOKTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY MAliOIi 22.
residence of Genenil Mabry
tare Willi light Just night, nuil
......a iurinr ivnu mien wilii
1 r Mrs. Fauntu Sneako mill
W. .T. Batindera, who at eight
,". l- wore lumen m mo. noiy nonus
".frlmoiiy hy Hov. Itobt. D. Wear.
V .....!..., lin rtfmil lu vfill-
.irn III l'rt Worth, having been
HCClW W"" "W lvon ui mis vil,
'the Itint eight or ten years. 2dr.
Ve the oniie, i u "1'i.y vi grcai
lUly ami t'liiiiiiKiiiK i mmiwo, mm
.ttiest congratulations to the couple,
'.hnrSnuniicrd has indeed v
1 -!.. 'I'llft flASlh'h! (.Vtl'ttllu
a m j.i.1 .' --......... v...u...u
i"v"-.. i".i...l- l.ll.i,., i(....'
Jlntf Hull men uwgmi-ai, iiiiuuiini
-., vtll be realized.
,.,nnv tboKo present were
fliitl'Mrfl. .Stevenson, Mi', uml Mr.
,'('l(.jennIngH, Mr. and Mm. J. M.
aid. M r-,lU(' rri , "est Haywood.
ail(l -urs. H' Jij wuun, mr. mm
V. Alien, " -ii'tj in.iuer,
j, c. Haymaker, Cnpt.I. K. Mil
, frn. ilulduh YVotmore. Mm.
alienor, Mr.. Haruh JennliigH, Mrs.
I. Ilavwoou, .uissr.va .uaywooii,
,'rc. ferry . Mrs. General Mabry.
.nndMrrf. If. P. Mabry.
,nii with twenty members was or-
ilred in this eity last Sabbath, with
tr,l A. .iiiiuin as pa&ior. ineor
.iMitlon took place in the afternoon
ho Ninths-treot Methodist church,
cre mo rweun iireiiiron nave
,1 ervices ircquenuy oi
which were both .interesting
well attended. The services
conducted In tho native tongjuo
miiint be presumed 10 lack intcr-
tojieraoiiB unacqiinintcd with that
juage, but It is said by many who
ie lieaiu me oweuisn services wmi-
underhtaiuuug one word Hpolcen
t the goutlo eloquence of the miii-
r. lis musical utterance ami oxnre-
u cestui cj, together with sounds in
n v worus tnriKingiy analogous 10
rllsh rendered the fcervioes nny-
'lie congregation are negotiating lor
U for a church building.
IjADIIssuocijU itKMKMiunt, a beau-
hl complexion results from u&Inii
foci's JJIood Elixir. Sold by C. W
Irnulall at$l. 12oeo d&w
Lt fivo o'clock yesterday afternoon
lie resKlonce ot nis son in this city,
liree iioiiiuut, jisn. 01 uieDurnc.
M seventy-threo years. Mr. Hol
il wtsoiieof tholoUlest and most
bemed citizen of the stale, coining
lliirrison county In 1S50, ho moved
Do uison count.v several years auo
lore he has several children. The
lisiiiih will be taken to Cleburne this
Irnmg wneie tlio Kustof tno natrl-
h will be laid to rest in the family
fyle's "Pcarline" luis many imita-
seorge Waid, who has been one of
ino.-U jnomineni oamimiues lor
secretary, has accepted a very
Itertng oiler from County Cleric
yne to remain in nls otuce uuring
Kwavne's term, and therefore
ilidr.vws from the race for city secre-
Mr. Ward is deeply irrntcuil to
friends for their hearty support
giacefiilly bows himself out of the
The Jluckeyo Mtlh. Henrietta.
Texas, are offered for Aale at a bargain I
apu on nocrai terms, Three i'J-inoh
burrs, one 20-hieh middlings burr,
fmir 20-feet reels, separator, smutter,
brtifh machine, flour jineker, etc.
Uuekeyc engine 12 by 24. Double
riveted steel boiler, CO Hues, building,
four stories, engine room ono story, all
stone, all machinery new when built.
not quite thrco years since. All
the equipments first-class and ar
rangements convenient. No hand
ling of wheat by hand after
being discharged from wagon on out
sldo Into the Kcale hopper. ThU la
without doubt tho best mill In north
west Texas, and Is situated In Ihe
heart of the grain region of the lied
river valley. Tho owner, for private
reasons, wishes to dlposo of It as soon
as possible, and Is ottering It at nne-
iiuii us acuiai cost, aim uelow Its real
value. Parties wishing to make this
kind of an Investment cannot do bet
ter than to liivctlimtutltiti nronertv at
once, and If not exactly as represented
we will pay all expenses, l'or Anther
Ti:.VAS iNVKSTMHNT COMPANY,
3'10-tf-ditw Fort Worth, Texas.
MB. . . .
Pyle's "Pearllne" can be used In hot
or cold water.
Blackleg Reported Among the Cattle
Damaged Crops Criminal
?PV'lnl ! Unfcetti. ,
Houston, March 21. lllnekleg Is re
ported to have made its appearance
among the cattle In the norther part
of this v Harris) county. Much Valua
ble stock has died from the disease
and It Is feared It will spread to the
southern part of the county where
mere are thousands of cattle. Milurai
ly tho rumor has excited much
prehension anions: tho stockmen.
The recent heavy rains and cold
weather have caused the crops already '
planted In this county to rot. The po
tato crop Is almost entirely destroyed
uud leplantlngV'lll havo to bo done
by all the farmers.
Humble, accused of the murder of
Tilda Johnson, uud Campbell who shot
mo policeman win nave tueir exami
nations Friday and .Saturday t respect
ively. TIIKXIDSIGUT PI END.
A Duelling lloiioe Vlrvil Into ami Klilillcil
feet and legs ftrw expostMl (hough: even
In the house they are always In tho
stratum of air. Narrow' soles and lilfth
heels checks the circulation of blood
in tho feet,aud there It Is arretted In H
motion tnntid fromtltolcg. Congestion
of the head and trunk la the consc
quciKccaiiHingMiott breath, palpitation
ortbo heart.comrcstlon of tho liver and
lmln.ln the lower part of the abdomen.
To warm tho lega by means of Hklrt
hanging some dlstauco from thcin Is
senseless. Tho garments should bo
woolen, and should lit eloely. Hut
what's tho use of quoting Dlo I.cwIh
when he set out to nlniMi otir mclluxls
of fashionable dress? All that I meant
to do was to give him as an authority
for tho hcallhfutucs of the ytiarter-
celved kU tlegant line of piece goods.
The very finest Scotch tweeds, cfsl
inercs and worsteds, plain and fancy.
Also tho la(cst Mylcs of Stetson hatt
hoIcry, silk iiandkerehkts, etc.
V aro how receiving from Now
York tho very latest styles or clothing
and gents Atrnhhlnggoodsoverbrought
to tills market. Prices to suit tho
times. Come and sco Air yourself.
" -Ml i i '"
What Wuji Stoi Mv Couuu'o
AtNkiut "Guarantee Acker's Eng
lish Remedy will. Price 10c., fOc
and SI. Sold by C. W. Uarradall.
1 2o cod&w
TKhKGltAVllIO 3LAUKK1U i
S1CIAI MAllKin UlU'OUT.
Liwit Thursday near Henrietta Ufty
sheep belonging to Mr. Frauk U. Jde
were killed by lightning. Some of
thee killed were fifty feet apart. The
herder was only slightly injured.
Will count out 20,000 head cat tic gra
ded up with Durham for ten years at
?Uj perhcau inciuiuug calves. Jjoca
ted on tho Pee is river. Good grass
and plenty water. Land can be pur
chased cheap. Range 10 miles, river
front. One of the best bred herds In
Texas. For salo by Texas 1 nvchtment
.. w... i..i i in
For consumption uso Halc'a Honey
of Horohovuid and Tar.
Tf you desire a really nice fitting
suit, call on Douglas 3Jro3., 70S Main
street, Dallas Texas. Douglas Uros.
aro doing tho largest business, and
keen the most extensive selection of
goods in their line in North Texas.
Mr. Thomas MclJride, Mt. Calm?
Texas, says: '! used Drown's Iron
Hitters as a strengthening medicine
with excellent ellect." S-M-d&w-lw
Cattle Tor Sale.
Wj: havij roil Bali: ono tiiousand
head of mixed cattle, ones, twos, cows,
and cows and calves. AVlll sell them
all together or each class separately.
Doxoiio, Fmjmixg fcTi:i:r
GUAltA'NTKKD'l'O CUIUS a COIlgll Of
cold Acker's Celebrated English
Remedy. Sold by C. V. llarradall.
1 20 dweod lw
fylo's "Pearllne" makes waHhing
I'ho Fort Worth & Denver City Rall-
y Company is beginning to handlo
ck. J'lvocar luaiiH ui cjuiiu uuiu
acola to Henrietta went over tho
id on the 20th Inst. Inquiries havo
o been made as to rates for fifteen or
ore car loads ot horses nom ban An
te Wichita Falls. Tile straws
sail blowing toward tho Pan llau-
u via the "cannon ball" route.
Remember Riown'a Arnica Salve is
warranted. For sale by T. W. Powelb
E. M. Wells, G. II. Dashwood and L.
N. Brunswig, Fort Worth.
Millet Seed f'orSnle.
Three hundred bushels fresh millet
seed, at my place four miles souih of
town on tho Cleburne road.
Jas. I. Wjuojit.
Cr.ooi', wiiooi'iA'Q couoii and even
asthma Immediately rolleveil by Ack
er's EnglMi Remedy. Sold under
guarantee by C. V. Uarradall
1 2o eo i&,:
Pylo's "Pearllne" will not injure tho
hands or fabrics.
ICiahltHvlUa 1'rcc l'ros.l
Tho residence of E. Hudson, about
i five miles north of town, was on Satur
day night Inst the scene of a deed
which for pure cowardice and un
adulterated cusscdness, is perhaps be
yond tho limits of anything iu tho
shana of decent comparison. As to
the pretext that prompted the outrage
wo aro not prepared to speak any
further than mero conjecture. It Is
generally known that u bitter, relent
loss feud has for a long time existed
between the Hudson family and the
Powell's, ono ol whom was killed In
quarrel about September last by one
of tho Hudsons, and for which ho was
held and convicted at our last term of
court of manslaughter and sentenced
to the state prison for the term of six
years. This apparent lenient deter
mining ot his guilt and punishment
it la said very much enraged tho Pow
ells and their Aicnds, who as tho Hud
sons alllrin at once swore vengeance.
As to tho truth of this however, thu
writer know nothing any Airthor
than to &ay such a statement is barely
In company with the sheriir, tho
district and prosecuting attorneys, a
reporter of this paper visited the J liai
son residence the next day after tho
shooting, that the facts might be ol -tained
without color or doubt. After
a drive of about live miles north of this
eity, we readied tho place an old, di
lapidated frame building of two room,
without lath, planter or celling a io
treat uninviting in tho extreme, In
the hours when a blue norther Is un
derstood to bo doing Its level best
humble, mipietentious, shanty-like
evidently cut oil from all iho
elements that go to make lite
worth tho living. The family was rep
rcented bv Hudson a stooped, aired
old man, tinged with gray, his wife
evidently yiftmger and u little daugh
ter all ot whom were noticeable during
the sitting of our district cotiri at the
trial or their sons, htevo ami jjigo
who arc now In jail.
Inspection of the premises disclosed
in uiimisiakcn terms tho dreadful
ritdeal through which tho family pas
sed, while the house was being tiled
upon. Theio was evidently not libs
than three parties to tho allalr and
who were located on the south
east and wc-,1. The dillcrcht angles
horn which Ihe bullets cnleied the
building without doubt prove this
feature of the case. Tho firing as
stated by tho Hudsons lasted from
eight to" twelve minutes, with occa
sional intervals as though engaged in
i clouding. The arms used were no
doubt Winchester rilles as tho balls, a
number of which wcic examined and
which aro now in the hands ofCounty
Attorney Worthlngton, aro of largo
fnlihri! mid nonlcul in cointructiou.I!!
A correspondent wants to know why
so much vahlahlo time should be
waited in looking for "Number One,"
when In either division of the eity Tar
more deadly assassins may be foundn-
tno ooaruuig house-Keepers.
A Montreal household Is terrified
because a strange nppailtlon, in tho
form of a llery red cross, about two
feet in height, lias been seen la tho
dark of the night shining blight ly
upon tho wall of ono the bed-rooms.
Red tape in mviui'tpil official circles
lu New York eultivd the body of a
diowued woman to ron.!: in the wa
ter two days longer than was neces
sary, or long enough to obliterate ail
leaimes by which sho could lie recog
nized. A series of experiments on moseuLr
pressure al joiuit iiojmtns univemiy
' tjpiMitttl to UiOnMA.
j KlMT WTtOS,
i JirtcRto,, Murcli 21, riio oxcliMicv re
1 jHtirilyvt!itiV,v'miU(itnlUiaHiiiul IiuUuUiuhI
MiiMiuOKcl rmpH1ur cnKV. Hnlo WJl Imb1.
uliimry Ts j (kl onlhmr', ti : low nilit
' IUS, ?hI wUWUiiR, - j RShxI MliltUlliK.
W,; nii.l.lUng hi a .
rH!iir".inwicrtn) and H polnU lower,
erv Mi'ftlc on ttin tiiyoml vnll, tnuvly Mtvmty
m tlio ihlhl cU nil cloncil y iiiit !
lotts lower tlian ywtcntny, Tlio eKwliiK
iiiuitnunn wcruM iiniuwm
April ... .v".i.'.4't,i-t4v
May... .. ,....,(,-...... .
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Heat ma icr"" ..... ...,, ...-.
n C7f o To
II Mto ll hi
tl l"u II W
IC UKjllll 1't
ltl 3.W6 8
U Kill VI
V M$ l lit
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snows tani sniau Mines hhiiko nnm
with auue Igor than largo, and the i
pressure of men Is to that of om.-n '
us taree is to live. This is oeiieved to
extend to kissing.
A most astonishing tiling has Imp.
peneilal Akmti,0,,a man, while clean
ing a revoher, hbot hiamdf thnui:h
the hand. Thu nstoiilsblng le.it'uc
of tho ci.ie la that the Hall'erur uilimlly
confessed that ho knew the weapon
1 The latest case oY juvenile depravity
on record is inai oi a uoy in Aiooue,
Alabama, who burned down two build
ings iu order to win hots to tlio amount
or four dollars, which he had made,
that there would be two fires In the
city befoie a certain date.
The nioomlngton Pantantttjm licuiU
Its account of Judge David Davis' 'wed
ding as billows: "lHooinhigton's Rg
.llltlge, in inlawing vvur inn uiinicii oi
NVomunhood, SolectH the lhirr, Proba
bly U'cauteHo Realizes thatShe Will
St'lclc (o Him Through Thick and
Iu a Wisconsin town where rollcr
bkatlug Is ono of the most popular of
iimuscments, tlio young people havo
petitioned tho proprietors of the link
to pad the lloor in the hall. The pop
ularity of the aiuii'-cnienl musj
inueh' greater than the skill with
which it is practiced.
The provalllng terror lu Uritlsh
rndin is not policemen, nor comntuu
lts, Mrs. Lydla Pinkliam's likeness,
nor ten-cent elevated fares, nor yet
Wiggins, but snakes, in 18S1 snakes
are roporled to have killed 18,070 per
sons and probably some elephants,
wild boars and such creatures.
What some people will doubtless re
gard as an instamancous visitation of
the wrath of the Almighty happened!!
lew days ago In Philadelphia, when a
woman, vlio lied ld of heaven, "To
hell with It," (ell dead almost before
the sound of her voice had died away
in tho ears of her auditors.
A Rural Marriage Notice.
Tho following refreshing marriage
notice of parties recently united in
wedlock In a village lit Yerk state Is
too utterly dJfibient from tho most of
these modern effusions, Jt is not
itilto as "lesthctlo" as some marriage
, Salon tos!nyl,TQH)Ale$, tucctptH S.tiiO liUles;
' oroM l,v7 Imloi.
riiKSS MAKKKr nr.i'OUT.
Thin ixWttlcif UPVf r vnrlcn. A mntvfl ot
imray, utivniitli nuil w Imlenomvnc. Mor
rooniiinlml lawn tlit eulhuor .Hlnrt, mul
Ainuoi bo nht In otiiuirtUKii wlta Uio liivtu
lltiulp or low ichi, wiori m piain, uuim nr
.Sfiit tmtu h cmi. UOV
At, U.vKtNO iMWimii On., 1W wo.ll HimmpI, New
Sleeks mid Mtinov
(f,iw Y.irlt. Minh 21. 11 n. IiI.-SIHi'Uh ihI1-
i! ecnahdiy 0i(ie. tower tlnilug tar iw
Uuur; inurKct ry ilull', licivvy l'Mw will
mm 11 VJWJic. led by 1 nw Hboro anil W Mtfi u
UNw" YotJc, Mnn-li ai-VJilltHl State boiuls
-HJvo,n.o'stMHlPd,lK.,i,Wili lyfatlt ,
Mony, i lii is. ,mly
l'riimi iiH'trmiUlo tmir 1 WtJ.
IUr ltvr 1 iwli.
iiirnutuintM U V eont, low or ror lf con.
iioiis, otlierwlM! iiiicUuiiroiI,
HtulP boilili NrelcUsl.
HulllVilil nonilli Willi nw irrruiiim.
Ninon II uVlock hloClvH liiln eolltlnril Wiy
ilull but Willi tlrinur tone mid at noun tlirn
wiimmuiiimivi'iitpiit oi Vtfv.'T1'0"'-. .
New UrHWifc, Murcli vk-IkIiI unchiinecil
on js'nw York l iW v boj inonUunij niorliiiu
mnl 11. It. IW.
C0( I on.
Hi. t.outs, Maicii i-ruion-ciin: imn
illlng HH! rei'i'lfii lv0)i MiUmujiitii TUO
"'!lvu pool, Mnvoh 31. tvittou canlcrs iii
liiiuln Xt orlcuns ft ll-iu; rcoelpW ll.lws
Ainorlcaii f,o.0j kiiIpk 10,0).
NrV Oril'lllltl, -MHICII l,LIIUIIUHUIVi
New Yens, Murcli UI. CdIIoii Uitll niltl
cnlcri Miles W biiU'C t'lilutnlH, lPKt oiloiui,
Mnv. , ..... ..,. ....... ,.
Atitrlllil ......... .. ........ i, ...,M
IMllVOMOO. nil a'.'-V"""" ,uj
i'oo t..vTi;ruu claiwii'ioatmin
Wo nu niillinrlyMt to nniauilieo -S. A.
llrlitiM an a cHiulldatu for uldrrmali rniin
tho VUM waiM or l'orl Worth id Uio iMiMilnir
KOH i25 CENTS.
AdMirHionif nt or lourortlxn llwwor let
IIIBPniMl 111 1011 VimollO llr ntlHI-llt u vi.,l,
pivCIi ii)rtlon. liwU nddtloniil lino tell
Takh oiiok. 'rnOiMoiitinrW. and tliwrt
with wtioiu wli lmo no ni'iHiiiiilu mi mir
Mill Iwn W.i....i.i.l..... .... I . I ...l.lftl IU .1 11
AiaimliilillPfelrUKOiwk, immt oonio won
tmoiiinicnded. Anly to s. l. l'ry.
ii i-- L i i-- - . ""
llunllipsH Iioiimi on lloiutim MtV(, wc."l
Biiio, tmportiio iiuicwpto'H aunii(tr yura, now
uectirmm by M.J, 1-cmIh as a i;roi'fry utort.
,,. UA t.
I'lvinontli Hock olilaken1 Inun elttior lo'ii
Biir, Kwromr I'ltkln tnvln, hint rm; froiu
onliio at K10J pur otlllif. AddlSKj NV, JV
I'lvn humlrcd uipn to work on tlio now am In
fort Worth at l.W inr duyt l iiteam nveu
Monday ovpiiIiik. Kiitiilromtlio woitf),
Arolori'iliilrlliidDeihikiiiif, wnhliiR and
(renins. Apply t A, M. iniior, cornt'Mir
Tn lor and Vuthstrret.
Hooclul unlit of rutiiHliro "v'licntii" at (life
roflilqiirp of Mr. Mcrwln, fall from t to XI
in. titm wi'Oii, ttina-r nan una nam1.
II i i T . Ill 1 HI. II 1,1 .H
low laliUlllnu, I'ft! B0'l ordinary
rntirH rlowd eny
I illy. .u...ui
notices wo havo seen,
jl'yie's "Pearllne" has no equal.
A. A. Bridges.
In this issue appears tho nnnounec
liiitof Mr.llriilL'ess as a candidate for
dermaii of the First ward. As pro-
It'torof the St. Charles Hotel, as a
ber, honest and indubtrlous elll.en
) is well known in ills ward. Air.
rldgci-s abUs a consideration of his
aims by tho voters of his wara.
IColdca's Liquid Bcof Tonic is best
Bicuiuteii to cure imiigcsiion, aim w
frnetunte bodily vigor ana rcguiaruy.
,al.cno other. Of druggists.
Attention, Texas Veteran!?.
Helton will bid you welcome Apill
1st. The committee appointed to cu
rtain von urgently requests that
very veteran who is coining send
lananie It will bo hotter lor
nil far better for tlio citizens of Bel-
m that your names bo sent, anil that
lev bo sent, nt once. Address.
l.V.SMrrir, Chairman of Committee.
nelton, .March i, lbW.
i All ruiiuM-H In tho state friendly to
UIa rc-union will pleaso publish this
I'iic's "Pearllne" can be used in
prd or f-oft water.
The Khillides Oil the
' t. I....... ...I.il., ). ul,l.
Pvln'M "pp-irlliio'' is the onlv wash- 1 pcrnaps a iiiwiniv, wmiv mv r,i"Y
1 i lo s 1 e.irlinc is mo ouiv w as i i . . i.lerccd
, at almost every bight, from the lloor
up, and tho fact that Iho occupants
escaped untouched is as remarkable oh
ing compound in tho market
stood the test of six years.
llUNimr.DH vntiTH they
life and present good health to Acker's
English JKemedy for consumption,
coughs, colds, etc. Sold by (.'. W.
ilarradall. 1 -0 dweod lw
Htanillcy & Haymaker, liortliwfiscornor ot
niibllOHqiinrc.nroprepttiP(ltolui.ilHli hot or
cold nrtc-dan balln. (it alt liouw. Two now
rooniH added. !
the deed is cowardly, hoveral bails
lrom their position of entrance to tlio
blillilllig weroeviuemiy sjteni. m wiu
bedding as their course was alwut on
a plane with tlio beds. Especially, we
ikotfeed whero ono ball tore through
Hie wentlier-boarding just Mhere the
pillow lay. ,, , ,,
A young man visiting the family was
asleep in tho bed at tho timu the li ring
began. Their method, of defense eoa-
nor as would
meet Oscar Wilde's notion ot sun
llowcr gilt-edged lesthctlclsm : 'Heii
ben Johnson, a long, lean,
lank, sorrol-enmplexioncd native
of Toad Harbor, was married to Miss
Martha . I oluison, aged llftecn years, a
icsldent on tlio other side of the lake,
at tho Globe Hotel, lu this village,
Tuesday night about o'clock, the -er-cmony
being performed by his Honor,
"Ited" Morse. The jtiHtfeo swore tlio
glri U theeU'cel that she was llftcea
years old, and well qualllled by the
consent of her parents to bo united to
said Reuben Johnson. Afier the cere
mony the pleased bride-groom made a
dlvo'for Ids pocket, and llslicd nut a
trade dollar, which, with n cantor oil
smile, he handed to tho man of law,
and the parly then dispersed."
the Little Rock & Fort Smith
Train Robbers All Captured.
uluiiilliiir near tin!
horse was snoi iitroiigu uicmiuiwuui-j,
whiti.fi wash tub that- sat near the
", . ,, ' door contained two holes.
ii took. March 21.A 6 itzettr i m....!- unit niniilrv iinlnloiiK arc rile
special from Ozailc says the Johnson (0l.)ljnK u1(m the true inward iicmi of
brotliere, two of the Jilttle Hock &j tlio ntllilr, tho perjictrators of tlio deed,
FortSmltli twin robbeis, aro now- la ' the motives in vlow, etc., but in the
absence of such data as wotati warm t
their publication, we defer such til
further dnvijopments which in all
probability, aro not far In the future.
roit lULNTY I'i:KT.
At tlio race track beyond Tuckers
Ull there were two races yesterday
fternoon. Milt Bowles chwnuf, nnd
uarlio llearne's black, trotteil.for u
iakes, mile lieats best two in three,
Irst bent won bv black, second by
lesniit, third dead heat, Ith won by ,
'lack. Messrs. Hamilton, Thomas
ad Turner were Judges.
Heck Thomas and H. K. Turner
latched their horses for a 110 yards
wining nice; Thomas' hor-e won.
hMOT., Housekeepers should not full to uhc
samples of Pvle's "J'carliac" being
AftBlUlributed nailing them. A trial pack-
se is given free to every ono nun o-n-fc,,
at least, attention where so
"iportnnt a part of tno noiiseiium
"rk is In question.
V 41 1 -i- lt.Li U 4 Vft
If 1 vi- ,i i. k.-i r v a
..),. la !,. fnr f.nill'llK. COUP.
iMltlll.rtu .r LmnoMlU Sold DV C.
II... ;--.,. ... w.v... ,... - '- . ,-
1 25 e o d&w
TCH yoke of work oxen, chains,
io and wagon. Will soil for casli or
mult for stock. Apply to
loll 'Plmv enillexieil tllCir orillie
.rohnson said the jiarty organized at
Iteration's, but their plan was
not entirely completed there. It
was the understanding that tho
train of the Little Hock- &
Fort .Smith railway was to bo
captured and robbed, and they ad
journed to meet at Mulberry,
where tho plan of operations
was formed in the woods near the
town. Their Intention was not to Kill
any one except iu self defense and to
avoid bloodshed, unless absolutely
necessary. The shooting was done
under excitement and was entirely
unnceefsary. Herndon, who was cap-
Hired this morning m-;u "'"!
Madison county, llrcd tlio shot that
killed Coududtor Cain,
Herudon wev.i in .urwu.im
of the gang to "top tpo
shooting, but MoDsiriM shot
nt him supposing lie was a passenger,
when Jim shot McDonald In the face.
The original plan was to capture Cain
and rob the pa.-ongcrs. Johnson is
an ex-federal Soldier now drawing n .
McUregor, Texas, March 21. -A"
association has been formal for the
erection of a cotton compress, and coa
sidemblc stock taken. More la bolluitcd.
Arrangeinents for sinking an ar
tclMii well lvo hundred feet have
been completed and tlio work will
commence at once.
slsted only In lying down in the mid- a KeuturLy Corpse .Sits Up and Tallin
die of tho floor ami wrapping uie oeu , iuu-!ncTlilfcOulloulc
... . 1 it...... A ! llrtlii i . i .
eioiues arouiiu mem. . .' ...- wash Thompson, tno man earner,
lioase-a yvoiKi,.llw ,.,, oivmnla Tuesday morning
andeieated a piofoundtonsatlonby re
IMirtlng that there was a dead man on
the road a short dlslanco away. Es
quire James K. Jackson ami about
thirty otlicrs repaired to the spot, ami
there sure enough, was the man, ap
parently llfelem, on the
ground. The 'Kqulrc quickly, as iu
duly bound, Impaaneled a Jury
and procioded to hold an inquest.
Imagine the consternation of that
crowd when tho suppo'ed corpse sat
bull upright and addressed the court as
follows: "May Jt pliw-c your honor,
I feel that 1 have a right to a voice Hi
these proceeding." Then, looking
solemnly around: "1 object to half or
tills iurv." That jury adjourned sine
Cliir llfllr" Ti-ll. In tbn Intii'it
HtMttli. lloir to faio Tor Hie I'rdiil
Let me record a hvilrophatlo freak die, ami thoboys now have tlio laugh
which the fiisltloiinhlo wman is iu- on them and the 'Kqulrc. Iho man
diilgiii" with her feet, rho hikes a was merely dtimk, a very
,.f unuin Mirt, uverv lllL'lltimii timiHtliil sig ll in see in mm inuim ttv-
pours cold water into It to t
of about a quarter of aa Inch,
to thu depth
puts her hare feel Into it for about live
minute?, A brisk rubbing with a
rough, heated towel followb. This is
lion of (lie country.
,i.... I,,,,.,. iii.f.n
iii.il -" . --; ..... -.
tight shoes all day mat iniisam.ii
by walking or dancing. Hhl'
have it on tlio autb-riiy of Br. I)lo
Lewis, who knows a grc-at deal that is
and isn't true as to the medical aspect
nf woman's drt. that, ll is nwiaiij.
Wreb- making and plain sewing by
for soles i MiKiiJizie Ward, eiwl JMrst sirec.
piiulieil by , iiilrd door wtst of colored Melhodlht
..t .ft . r .1 ....ti k.x4. tkimli Nk
chiircn. ucnucinen n jitiuw mv .,
- For Kent.
A small ofllce between
W; F. J-aHe'-i
. o irfa 11 TO
. n m ii ui
. V IKIOJ II IV.
.Ill IS imknd
miior , ... Jiuv " w
iieiobcr. ! " '
Novcinbv- , , V W$ U '
lltwnilipr ,.. ,....-, -
et rt.'iTliiiH Clit.RniM j exportu, flrtat
nnialii 1,'lwt ciinttaiMii nj uOamwlKo ;
llUl'H A'OIJ HllK'B li'O'.l. - ....
Now ork. Mmcli al.-Cotton-Clulet nt
March 0 ft,
April H..,. ...n .. '
May " V?
Juno , . '
July " ...,...,.., ........ ....,..iw
JMIKIII..... ....., ."." r. .' f W
Hcinunilior .....,......,.... ..T .....,...,.,..,..,....11 iu
Oetolier,. ...... .....,..,.,... ., ...... .........iu Ijj
Niivoinlii-r -. ' JJ J"
IK'mljrr ,-.. r. .JO 7
nt, lAini. Mnrrh si.--t.otaiii-tulott mid
tlltnirOM: ! i-0 rcrtlptH l.;U0t Milpniunu
T(W: stock Wl.lio,
Liverpool. Jtnicli 51. fotton Knlur: ill"
InniN Himt f(,! .lli-aim 61 bid: huIcm 7M:
exnorl and niirciilailnn l.OWi Auiftrlojin
T,8W; rowlj)t,liOt Alimrlcaii O.too
fit. Lotili, 51o., March ill. - Hour -t?n
Wi lnlo-rlindy: 1 IS,
liorn iiikiiI- I.WHT nl SM.
I'lirk l,owiirat8ifl), . .. ,
Hulk meal and bacon lower to mil. Onl
IK'ildllnit irmlc done.
Hvr York, Mareti 2l.-nouriaiclutlici.il.
i,oflii--liiilt: Klo7:OM7JO. ,
,Moliin-liriit: frtent rfllnlliKii S3( JSuw
OrlrniiB Suttm; l'oi to Hl tU4C0.
J'urk Dull and lower nt IRJCWlOW.
Cill liiiulis Dull and iiouiliml,
Iinl-WrnkiiHHWll4TJf. , ... ,
.Now OrkuiiiK. Mann 'l- lour-ttulotlail
tlttn; blKliKradoH.". Vi',lrm, .
Mrn iiuiil UullniiuiuwiirntSAI. tl ,,,
I'orlt Htciuly wltli fair domand at 10',M9J4
Uml-ilulet. liulutiadyj rilliud tlcrro ll;
milk'iHtni- Hii-iitly nllli fair demand :
nhouldii rnrlicu" Tibii'lnr rll) and Iojik
WliUuy-HtwIy niiJ unrlianitfd; WcUta
ri'iililed in;l IS. , ...
roilee-Quirt lint nb'ndy; lllo (iircoei com.
liiini to prliuuTdtlO'v. , .
.hiWHr-tluli'tj eoni'Jioii lo irood (oinuion
Ptin.t: rair to rnliy fair fiKWiV prlmo J Jf !
ypifow clurlrtod T8; iliolou Hliltu clarllii'd
.A!olat.cit-Marliil at antandidlll.
Itldt-Qiilclhut tidy! ordluiuy to prlmo
llniu Knirdeirtninlat 10i,
I.lvcniool, utflriI.-IIraUtUlft Hal,
hi. I.oul, Manrh 21. When I -Hbl Vluir
for cai)i J.o. 2 M I l!l Wi.
iVMiT.iwur nt filUitit-f.
KmiwM city. March ai-iVUont-diilct J u.
how Orlcniif. I'ltDinnry 31.ComIi llr
iji'iiiarnl: mixed W: wlilieOO.
OnW j'alrdMiiond but at iowf miles 1 .
rffwVorh.Moicb 2I-V'ool-Iull dtul ua
riianiriwl , It-XDiUfeXx.
Sv Orleanc March it, - Ha ijuli't ;
mjiuiuoii Hfthi-HWt I'tlino ITOOJf 1750; ulioU'ii
j0: fanry.'l W.
Coltoi! Seed Oil.
Nw )tlfuitK Martb St-(,'olUai efJ pll
I'ritao civile a; umiii;r yellow n-Jiiiffd
HI. Jul. March 8!.-r(itl!-Acll'c nnd
blBUl-r; luavy Ktilpidnic fi.'A7Co; IlRl't ??$
r, Mil imdicrnnociiZryiiMt,
Kiuim Itv. Marylj 21 0ltlt '"'U
fbli.iilni; Vf6',Ui jiii-lirr.ir 3 W
KurnlaliiHl rooiax lor itmilU'Uinn. Kiuiaii'e
nuxl dooi Houtbor lAvUiollo eliurcli.
A furnlid sihhii. MiuHwrn uiumurc, cot.
rutliand uunnr, Apply nt thin nltkc
01,11 I'ACKia. , .
Old iHtitor Air wild at till ontcont Wcoin
ii-Qulct but ktrft(lr:Mmlildi'ni8?',?tt
t-araud clear r)b at ll&UH- ,
n-.jUi!iir cured, llrm; vhufcu ennVamed
netlvoi noiniiporti'iiliniiiBlit7ft)j urncial
inarkitlMlulkt lufKilorti) inlddllnu .'IWSf.l
Wl flllrlOKOodlTiXISSil'llOlCO to llAtttt w
hi. IronlB, Mmcli at. CntHp-rvcMpai irto:
nuirkflllmiimlnitt doumiid nrtrotit utnl jrlrj'
blehtiri.exnorlort 0Ww7O.)s Kood t aliobM
0jiwi'. illilO,'AiS0')i common 47fWi!f
btilclior tivrM, rutm ifOtiblh BiiOd lo Wi
cowHand hoimriHuctfiMi coiniuuna v&tm,
dimkiirKaiid lomtvi 4tUi3Mt eorn-fed Te.
llotiK-ArtlTO ami nrmj IIkIiI VR(VT7tV,
Iiui'l(riil7 HKii7l0i lilllc!icirntnexl!n7ftH7 7f,
ltii,olpl!.',8w. . .
HIiwiH-llwolidu WWi mar (ft linn nlnl
Roodilviniiud; euniition to inUldluu) ilWMil
Mi fair ioRood4 7Wl7ft cholcu lo faliy 075
Kiu'uii Clly, Mnnli SI. Cnttlth-reailiiU
1,400s innrltoi flow for lilimiu iinil mi'inli
fnrlmtrliniii;ti?ii riom M to lxionouniK
OiOia tl 7.1 Rtoukar and leedorn V5i) lii imn
llow-Wcak alid lower; llicbt oKIOTWt
inlilillhitfT i'M7i0i koo;. lo cliofve7:ffitti U,
.... - i" i.-.
Iliirrlr IIotiHo, Vlt'hita FallN.
1 have Just lidded tea more loom
with now otillll, and Intend to keep a
lliHbcliibii table and natiufy the wauls
of tlio public. Coma ami nee me.
A. li. ilAitlMN.
... .(- u;
'iiff-- rttr- rii
(.ji" i ,
lU-ovcs a J-'art'e, Hut Aiiilunii
Sr Knlin'N Lager Hem v.
Still Jloldn tho Prcralnm!
For it 1 the pmefcilii qualliy, and tht
mofd exreJIent In llavor, l,uvry
body wanlH II. Oiidaln II. i.hhb'l
having charge of thin beer ;ii tlilrt fMy
iMHUlirclciitguaraiiteo thut It, will be
propci ly kept aadpromiitly delivered
during the unfiling ncaon. JIih hvud
and all order, by telephone or other
wine, Vt-ill receive jirompt attcntkin.
UiIh Hiilierhbecr Is always on tip. In
In addition to tho lined brands of
wined, llnuow imd clgarn. Jt hi UHlei
to cniiuieratc ln'riJ, for every one
known where to go U get Mmethlm;
Kood in this Hitv-nl the famous
way of iuuchof, this hounr
icclally of Vienna wiwage
Vr.. I... I.u InvelBlied OLIltllht C0rset , ,"'"'' t""!,u'"Jr tUv,.,r nf.VK- i .i! Mar" ilAfttlo-IlcCfJl'b' 3Mh, In the
" '-. ;" . " .,n, kioiv, piiaiiMio " '""; - '" i ......i.7iV,..a, ..,i,.,. niunT tieoun ui .,,,,1 ,.u mwi
viUinut convincing mo or , ? fa A , l0 T48Ja, inrmmcri - - - - SMr..w7.in.m iii Wr " 'im'nu KlT. in nor el HwJa- mid
'."'"."Y ri..V.S. "' 1 1 . I comity. '' '.iwo, bUWm W wtr- ' i , uf cliwi-e HumIwi wylnr.
adied Vol! VlV,3u4. I" iwfr Ujo J t Take It lloun. j U&i . lXr& .fikWiipi KSK
weiirht of our sk rts from, sAUd-itan hwat.i ii1TT2ffi w Sni-w n w
'- 1.- lio.tr flfi - j s ---- -.--.- .. w I uiiii iik'if
tho Hips, wiieru wij -; ... jjitnklt uwltas W lia' 'or;,o7&; fivy.v.'.iv ..,;
i.rf. trtirno to Utu Muounicrw
...i.... ii,.,.- .i-niibl 1k Irksome. Jtut
Kue3he was right In theory about
inf hliiL' tlife feet. "While this ,chct i
... i.ir,. runv lw overloaded." I heard
i.t... ,. in n lwture thlH week, "the'
,!,.. r..j ... "" -"- - - .
I 1,1. ; T(III,,I!,V. IIIIMIILI'II .fc.V... ,-.... ,-r
lrir u.llv,' ' i....fi. i. ...,....,.-, I,wv)l.' trnot. Ml rd I lie
,., ' r.: .'..;.... irv tn m. tin? (Aau '. "iM''!'"i"''.v;v,7.7.v:v.'.nHVs ' "" n "k"", """v-.-r ,: .!..
J "orvu ''' ' :.. .rV..VTi7 r.inn.i. W". rw. riH' ,'fti rli r U'Airt mtioiln tomato fcimce, jt ''""
! iv$gmmg3Att& '"' nt-
?? w.T.M.,?.?rvr;;v - ' i y wiiiizz 'y.TK ;kr .id ud i -j w wzwy
mm -. . Jt ,n m. r-ii m 11l
-,ux,t ui iuuu i .."!", -A "I'.v.-ri.:7r,.;;:i n
ur.i. -t'A.rfiiifcwtwwu f srssi. ".Trtf-'-r: tViA.,.1
ilPr fntlier imrlpr the COlWllWthmTl' VmUrtn.-Li MJHtJ'QptkfSftfHSISIl
? lewgiaj uiHi-amu'. oi
auu ,wuv.i. i.-.,, v
ready looking to taw x.
' ..iru.tl,u -it I.t.- npirr atl.
ip.IteoVbwiiffoV ', the, Kaiiww
.... -; i. m.--M. m. .&. IWIllMk rr r -" --.-r. - , ...
! !.. " . I'rrt. ' w. .rlTrr.r.rrvV rLi-J,T U4 mv. however, tlmt th
HI. I" itn re rf c nf , ,;T I ,a: i. a ul,.T,'irJrud kud Wi
I'l-Mldent J. I the oreW WHO are i uie riKiuy. ii-t Tf",Ti?7..; :7:a.'ZZ1Y.bu'
' t r.-i ; j At- i i...- v ., ,i i Mimn tffiiwaii v mihvriivv 7tt.vtvr
A UHlf bW CRHnoijxrti ;. j?l . v .nW&ir' fi vkjv!. mjki.i'
ItV ft i C.Mvw. .. , M., J1-
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