The Southern Mercury (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 22, 1888 Page: 8 of 8
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THE SOUTHERN MERCURY: DALLAS, TEXAS, NOV. 22
NEWS OF THE WEES.
Missouri, and bo will bo bunged on D.-eemb'-r
38. Tbo legislature of Alabama is In to-nlon.
Tbo United Stftto Maraht.ll ut Kmi Antonio, j A. C. Itargiove Is prosldvut of tl.o cnalc snd nt.ie to court a itrlko. It
at brought brought Imclc from Mexico, Jules U-'-U-Short speaker of tbo house. The result ox tin 1 on ever} branch
bielda and Tbonim WIU011, charged with kill- of tile election held in No Man's Land by the ellic const.
Shields and Tbonmt Wilson, charged
log a Mexican in Kinney county about 11 year
ago. Victoria has put a street railway in op-
eration. A huge un'.mal, either a Hon or a
panther, entered the house of a negro family
near Clay Btution and carried off a nlno-yoar-
old ohlld. D. A. Fulton, a late fireman on
the Houston and Texas Central, wan found
dead In an alley at Corslcauti. Hard drinking
Is assigned as the cause. A wagon train con
sistlng of eight wagons and teams passed
through Denlson en route for Greer county,
whore tbey will remain until the Oklahoma
eouni ry Is settlnd up. The North Texas Meth-
odist conference eonvenod at Donlton Isst
wees. Tho artesian woll In the Texas and
Faelfle railroad yards at Ahorman Is a suecess,
yielding &0.00U gallons of soft water per day
Bonds for the extension of theftort Worth anl
Bio Orando rallro id to Kerrvllle In Kerr coun-
ty, have b> en placed In New Vork and tho
work will soon begin. Fort Worth Is to have
anelectrio motor street railway. Dr. Jacob
Ditaler, the noted Methodist divine, of Louis-
ville. Ky., ha boen preaohlng a series of ser-
mons en baptism and the churob at Farmers-
vllle. Tramps are numerous In the neighbor-
hood of Terrell. In a railroad wreck near
Block Jack, Engineer Louis Horner and Fire-
man A. J. Kagland were seriously hurt. At
Oladewiiier, Nathan Owens suspected Ooorgo
linden or alienating bis wlfo's affections and
prooeeded to carro him with a razor, when
Moden focurod an axo nud swung It with des-
perate foreo, edgo lorward, against Owens
houd, completely severing the bead from the
body. Koden surrendered to tbo authorities.
Owens bad previously undertaken to murder
his wife, but her piteous pleadings saved bor
life. The Waco Kema'e College will romain
at Waco by virtue of a largo donation which
tho city has Just made,
Wm. Walker, who was running a gin near
(iodley, had bis 1 and badly mutilated by the
taws. A large business failure Is reportod
from Kaufman. The rainy weather is great-
ly Interfering with tho s cocss of tho Intorna-
al Fair at San Antonle. A block of business
houses was destroyed by tire In Overton on
the 16th Inst, Involving a loss of $10,000.
Attorney-General Hogg has Issued a olraulsr
to the prosecuting attorney In each county In-
structing them to proseouto all persons who
have mado bets or wagers on tho late election.
A well-known young business man In Fort
Worth was put In jail lsstweok for forging
the namo of a prominent merchant of that
city to a nolo for <1,000 and discounting it at
Mr. 8. Freeborg, whe livos In Camp oounty,
threo miles east of Pittsburg, was assassi-
nated by unknown parties while eating his
suppor on tbo night of November 13th.
Bum Flunagrn, brother to Webb Flanagan of
"What-are-wo-here-for" fame, Is an applicant
for U.S. Marshal In tho Longvlew dlstrlor.
Bnnli is taking stops to establish a canning
faotory. '1 he supreme court has decided tho
disputo ovt-r tho strip of territory botwom
Kaufman and Itookwall oountios In favor or
Kaufman. TfcoEast Texas Methodist Con-
ference will eonvono at Crookott on tho 28th.
B. Q. Mills' majority for oongroas over his op-
ponent, Col. Jones, Is 6781), against 6431 over
ltankln in 188(1, a loss of Ota votes. A nowly
discovered coal mine near Paris Isglvlng quite
a boom to tbat city. Mrs. Crosby, while
traveling from MoKavetto to Ban Angelo in a
buggy, was compelled to camp un tho way and
in tho nltfht her horse escapea. In searching
for him the lady got loft and was out four
days without food.
John Booclu, a brakeman on the H. und T. C.
railroad, fell from a moving train near Hock-
loy, sustaining severo Injuries. He pullod him-
self on tho track, lit his lantern and waved it
after tbo receding train; the brakeman on the
rear ear saw the light and tho train waa car-
ried baok and rescued tho wounded man.
Willhim Hose, a bravo citizen ot San Antonio,
waa awakened in the night by n burglar. Ho
ran the burglar down, recovered tho stolon
goods and turned tho man over to the police.
Abo Mulkey, the Methodist evangelist, who Is
not a regular proaoher, but n eonseoratod lay-
man, Is conducting h sueoasaful meeting at
Abllone. Martin Bohrubosh, a Uohemian
farmer of Loo county, waB returning home
with the proceeds of three bales ot cotton In
his pocket when he was attacked by two rob-
bers. With tho asslstanoo of a young man in
tho wagon ho hold thom off, but tboy flrod and
shot him through the baok oauslng death In a
few hours. Two young men, Charles Carrol
and Thomas Hcod, born and raised In tho coun-
ty, have boen arrestod as tho perpetrators or
tho crlmo. Trouble Is brewing In Howie
oounty on nocount of allegod frauds in tho lato
local election. Bud feeling has existed be-
tween tho oust and west onds of the county
ever since tho removal ot the courthouse to
Texarknna four years ago. Dr. U. \V. (Irlf
tin, pastor or tho Uuptlst church at Longvlow,
hau resigned to nccopt a position In a south'
eastern university. Austin hus bid (33,000
subsidy for tho establishment of an Alliance
Kxchango there InUciul or at Sau Antonio, and
"Siintone" Is hustling to go Austlu boujc bet-
A man traveling under tho name ot Marlon
D. N' winan was arretted nt Washington fer
obtaining money-under falso protonsi s. In-
vestigation proved hlin to bo tbo possessor of
a long Uno ol ulltisti which he had assumed at
various timet, for marrying numerous wives,
and to have been at ono tliuo a Methodist min-
ister In good standing. Ilenry ltowo, at
Munfordvillo, Ky., askod his sweetheart to
name tho day; sho replied sho would when ho
took his last drink of liquor. Thereupon ho
sicpped aside and shot himself in the houd,
dying Instantly. Tho young lady faintod, and
when «he revived was a rating manlao. Po
tor Howe and wife, agod and prominent cltl.
mm of Wenona. III., were foully murdered In
bed by Charlea Burkbart, a drunken fellow
who wat angry booauso ho oould not entice
away their aorvant girl. Burkbart osoapod
lynching by cutting hit throat with a raxor.
The notorloua Kansas outlaw, Bill Doty, with
hla gang invadsd Morton oounty ono night lait
woek and captured sixty horsea. In a subse-
quent light with a poseo of cltl tens one of tho
gang waa wounded and eanturtd, but the rest
got off with nearly all the horsea. Thomas
Axworthy, the defaulting city treasurer of
Cleveland, Ohio, la in Canada and boa written
book to tho mayor «uthbrlaing him to use hit
catate in the settlement of hi* a ortago. Hla
estate la ettlmatod at S8BO.OOO; hit thortate to
the altr I* M90.090, and to lndlvlduali 1180,008.
Tallow fever at Jaoktonvillo, Fla.,lttomewhat
abated, hut new eaaet are ttlll retorted,
Henry W. Grady, of tho Atlanta Conitltntton,
la a candidato for the United States asnato to
tucoeed Col. Colquitt from Georgia. Two
polltioal faoMont have been 'oreatlng trouble
In tho Chickasaw Nation, I. T. Thore are two
governort and two legitleturea. Governor
Guy It In pottettlon cf the capítol at Tltho-
mingo, aad It told to bo In the right. Byrd
head* the other faction and It supported by
fullbloodt, while tho halfbreodt and non-retl
dents are with Guy, Attompt hat boen made
to ataattlnate Guy. Beth parties aro armed
and oivananlMd and a pitched battle it dally
expected. Tbo tupreme court of Mlitourl
has turned the verdlot of murder in the first
degree asralnst Wm. Walker, chief of the no-
tertoneband of Bald Knobbera In southern
c usí wa-i < xo npt from reduction, the ronton
being, li ft «old, thut K wat not thought adrls-
1h reported tbo cut
of the lino to the Pa-
Oklubomitei wai largely In favorof territorial One hundred br.keracn in the employ or the
government and for Springer's Oklubotnablll. Lril.v llo, New Albany und Chicago rullu-uy
Mrs. Marie lictbbne, wife of a minor killed In ( moon a tlrlke ut Lafayette, Ind., Tboy de-
tbo Fontenao oiploslon at Pittsburg, Kansas, maud Increitto of pay to 2centsa mile, tho pros-
lost bor mind from grier. aad In the frenzy or cnt rate being 11-18 cents. They alto demand
of dementatlon saturated bertelf and live three men to a train instead of two. Tho offl-
sleeping children with k<-rotene oil aad Ign t-: clals huvo asked police protection, but bavo
ed their clothing. One ohlld etcaped more- not granted the demands.
doad than alive. Tho woman an-' four chil-
dren were burnod to dea'h,
News of a horrible d ni oraos fro71 Blr
mlngham, Ala. Dr, Nabort bad placed some
collections In the handt of Lawyer Hhortrldge,
and a disagreement followod tbo settlement.
Tbey agreed to light it out in a dark room with
bowle-knlvos. Shorliidgo wat killed and Na-
bort ruthed Into tbo ttreets frenzied with
woundt, and attempted to cut an unoffending
negro who happenod to be In b!s path. The
negro se.ssd a shotgun and dealt Nabort a
blow on the bead, killing him Instantly. Large
and deetruotlve pral Je Arcs ragod In Dakota,
near Aberdeen, for nearly u woek. Charles
C. Bold, Jr., Thomat Harvey, L. J. Lucas. Wm.
Hobbt and Jamot Palmer, prominent oltizens
of Plummervllle, Conway oounty. Ark., have
boon arretted and taken to Little Book,
charged with stealing a ballot-box In tbo lato
clcot'on there. The Southeastern Hallroud
Traillo Association met at Bt. Louis and raised
tho rate on meats two to three cents, and on
flour four to eight cents. It it rumored tbat
tbo lnoomlng Kepubllcun administration will
attempt to bavo Lord BaokvlUo West, the Brit-
ish minister to Washington who offended the
Clovoland administration, ro-appolntcd to his
former position. The Morgan line has re-
duced all class rates from Now York to Texas.
Tho Cblokasaw legislature hat adjourned af-
ter a quiet session of nine days.
It It rumored that the ft lends of Dave King,
chief of tho Missouri Bald Knobbors, huvo
lynohed live witnesses who testified ayalnst
him In hit trial for murdor. W. K. Blmpson,
a young man from California, well reoom-
mendod, soourcd employment In the Paoiflo
oxpress 0B00 at Taooma, W- T., and ha mys-
teriously disappeared with tlO.OaO of the com-
pany's funds. Miss Mary Bndlcott, daughter
of Secretary ol War Endloott, wat married at
Wathington to Hon. Joseph Chamberlain of
Yellow fovor has broke out lu South Jaokton-
villo, across the St. John river. The outlook
Is rathor gloomy among the cattlemon of New
Mexico on aoceunt of poor range and scarc-
ity of corn. A no v organization was ef-
fected Sunday last by the anarchists in Chica-
go. A lone highwayman bold up a stage near
Ban Luis Obispo, 0 -1., and went 'hrough tho
four passengers and registered mall pouch.
Bear Admiral Hnldwlu died In New York on
the 17th Inst. A young lady died In Bollevue
Hospital, New York, Noveinbor 18th, with
Symptoms res<mb'lng yollow fover. At
Omaha, Nob., on the 17tn Inst, Mrs. Harry W.
King shot and killed her husband beoauso ho
had ubandonod hsr und murrled again. King
Is ono of the most prominent business men In
the west and Is woalthy. President Cleve-
land has appointee! Hon. Perry Ilelmont U. S.
Tho brakomen's strike on tho Louisville,
New Albai y and Chicago railroad endod in a
victory for tho strikers, the company agree-
ing to pay through brakemon 8 oents per mile
and local contt. Tho demand for a third
brakeman on caoti train wus withdrawn.
Thero Is rumor that Mr. Clevo:nnd will bo
made president of tlu Uultlmoro and Obl.i
railroad at tho expiration or his presidential
term. llyrd und Guy, tho rival governors of
the Chlokasuw Nation, I. T„ havo both with-
drawn tholr claims to tho olllco and Chief
Wolf hat buen modo governor, both fact ons
oelobratlng the ro-ostabllBbmentof harmony.
Late returns from tho general olectlm show
that the Bopubllcau majority in tbo lower
house of congross will bo vory small, proba-
bly not moro than Ave.
Now Zealand. Australia, and Canada are to
organizo a commercial union to divert truffle
and travel between New Zealand and llrltisb
Columbia by way of Vancouver, Instead cf
San Franolsco, and tbenoo over tho Canadian
Paolfle, opening up markets for Canadian niun
ufaoturers now held almost exclusively by
the United Btatos. Major T. H. Logan, of the
U. 8 A., at Fort Uancook, Texas, with two
brether ofll cors, cross d ove r into Mexico for
a day's bunt. The party was arrested by Mex-
ican oltlolalB of the state of Chihuahua, and
held In eonilnomont with outrageous treat-
ment until resort was had to the Chlhauhua
govornment by tho American oollcotorof cus-
toms ut El Pa o.
Lord Handoph Churulilll, In a Bpoeoli at Pad-
dlngton tho other day, expressed hopo that
tho post of minister at Washington would
soen bo titled, lio ea d there was no doubt that
L*rd Saokville had beon primarily IndlsciOut,
and had mado an inuxousablo blunder. No
ruultoould be round with tbo action ot'the
United Statet government towards tho minis-
try, King Mllnm effors to conllrm the right
of Gx-Queen Natalie to tho tltlo or majesty,
provided bIio agrccB to the legality of the di-
vorce. The Irish National Leaugue appeals
to Itt various branches for contributions to
tho Parnoll defence fund.
Up to Novomborl tbo special educational
l'und of tbo Knights or Labor amounted to
Largo numbers or men aro thrown out o I'
work by tho shut down or tho rafting soason
throughout tho Mississippi valley.
Hon. T. li. Barry baa given his statement to
t<«o preu concornlng hit arraignment cf tho
administration of Grand Master Workman
Tho state branch of the A morloan Federation
of Labor bat tent to all affiliated organizations
a proposition to have them tend a weekly fi-
nancial statem nt to tho state headquarters.
Last week tho 000pen of St. Louis, Mo., rc-
oeived a tmall advance In their wage scale.
The Inore ato wot granted by every shop in the
elty. Organisation amongtt tbo coopers of St
Louis It bearing good fruit.
The building of the foundation for the new
waterworkt of Bt. Louts will be continued
through the winter, which will fnrnlth em-
ployment for a groat number of the men ren-
dered Idle by the wind-up of the rafting teaton.
The 18th oongretsloaal district was formally
organised last week to pledge oandidatee to
the rtpttl of tho Conspiracy taw. C. Buekner
was eleoted president, W. Shakespeare vleo-
president and 3. Goldstein secretary-treas-
It la reported from Bremond that the oper-
atives on tho Houston and Texas Central rail-
way are restless and dltposed to quit work.
The tame report comet from McGregor con-
cerning operativo! on the Cotton Belt. The
cauto of tho trouble has not been made pub-
In aocordaaee with a notlee po«ted two
weeks ago, tho wagos ot all talarlod employ-
ees of the Atehlion, Topeka and Santa Fo
rafiroad wete reduocd 10 per cent, on ovem-
ber 1. The only ec«option to thit general re-
duction of salaries Is the cato of thoto em-
ployee, tuoh as englneera and firemen, who
belonged to organised bodlct or unions. This
Tbo Knights of Labor of Alabama have
taken up the question of a mining law and
havo culled a convention to t«ko action upon
the matter. This convention will appoint a
eommltteo to aot with a similar oommlttee
from th« coal-miners of tho state, and the
joint committee will draft a bill to be pre-
sented to the legislature. Coal-mlnert are
comparatively new In Alabama, the minea
having all been opened within ten yeort, and
tho legislature never Investigated this Indus-
try to ascertain If tpeelal legislation was
needed. There is no law requiring mine-own-
ers and operators to make any prov.tioa fsr
the health and tafety of the minora. This tub-
Ject bat been thoroughly discussed during the
past twelvo months, and the minors aro deter-
mined to havo a mining law without delay.
A Jouinal spoclal from Oovler, Mo., toports
a riot at the ooal mines at that place on Satur-
day night. A strike has been prevailing tbero
for some months and there have beon fro-
quent rows between tbe strikers aud new men.
A abort times ago a number of Swedes woro
engaged to take tho place of the strikers, and
Saturday night the bad feeling resulted In a
battle. O. J. Anderson, a Swede, wat shot
through the breast and killed, and three other
Swodes aro slightly wounded. It Is rumorod
that ono striker was killed, but this is not con-
firmed. Over one hundred shots were fired
during tho riot and a number of hou.es were
ploroed by stray bullets. The sliuutlon Is crit-
ical and the mllltla will probably ho o*l:eJ out.
Thot. Warden, owner of the minos, was shot
and killed by the striken itbout six weeks
rough or cold, tell
ir you have a friend with a
?U him to try Dr. UuU's Cough
XKIOHTS OV LABOR.
Tho twelfth annual assembly of tho Knights
of Labor opened at Indianapolis, Ind., Novem
bor 18, with a rather small attendance. The
first d>y was givon mainly to preliminary or-
ganioation. On the second day the following
reports wcro reoolvod among others of minor
The general trcusurcr, Mr. Frederick Tur-
ner gives an Itemised report ol receipts and
expenditures for tho year ending June ao, 1888,
and a supplementary report up to October 81,
1888. Keoelpts in tho first from supplies, per
capita tux, Journal, charters, special defense
assessments, appeals and miscellaneous uggro-
gate $as,B07.W; donations #49,830,07; in salaries,
KSI,0L'6. 8; $14,050.60 In printing, ralleago and
smaller items in puper, hotels, postago, rail-
road furo, badges und buttons, exprossago.ctc.
For four months, covorod In the t-upplcment-
ary report, tbo receipts wero 151,591.72 nnd the
in view of tho great fulling off In member-
ship and tho do'Jt which is hanging over tho
order delegates aro foellng rather bine and
wondorlilg what tho outcome will bo. At tho
ond of Juno, 1887, tho ordor was#5,972.17 ahead.
Of Its condition 0110 ycur later Mr. Turner
"On June 110.1888, our balanoo was $lt¡4.(lfl,
with bills to the amount of $9,227.8 duo and
unpaid. Ootobor 31,188?, there is n balance of.
tiffli with 111,086.80 In duo and unpnid bills.
The report of J. W. Hays, wtio sucoocdod
Charles H. Lltclunan us general eecrotary, In
September, gives a tabtiluted statementof tlio
membership us follows: 5,666 local assemblies
in good working order, with a total reported
membership of 208,518 and 37,000 not reported.
July 1,1887, tho membership, according to this
report, was 451,179, showing a loss in ono year
of not loss than 153,661, tho oxnot number not
depending 011 tho "not roportcd" mombership.
In her report as general investigator, Mrs.
Parry gives an interesting accountof her work
during tho year in visiting different parts of
tho country, her understanding of her work
being that "It wua todo everything In my pow-
er that would In my Judgment havo a tenden-
cy to oducuto and elevate tho worklngwouicn
of America and ameliorate tho.r oondltlon,"
In lurthorance of her work she has loetured
and also Investigated tho work done and
wages received by women and girls in the va-
rious Industries all over the country. SUp rec-
ommends the adoption of a moro spocdy amel-
ioration of oppressed humanity, the oleare r
dcflnlng of tho duties of officials of tho order,
activo and oarn«-st efforts of worklngwomon
and more effective ohlld labor laws.
Salvation Oil, the greatest cure on earth for
pain, will alwayt give relief at onco. It will
positively euro rhoumutlsm if used as per di-
rections. 25 ets.
old at bis death. He was married In Ci>oke 1
comity, lexas, lo Mi.-s i-'usun Moero, October
2, leSO. Ho hod live 1 a ooiisi-t' ut member of
the llaptist church for tbo lust 11' e years. ,
W. I.. ItOilERS, J
8. W. Wai.i.kh, \ Com.
. M. HIOKMAN, I
Till BUTE or RESPECT.
Whereas, It has pleased our Henvcnl.i
lather in tho dispensation of His providence
to remove from our midst our muoh beloved
brother, W. O. Mills, sr, who departed this
life October 18, 1888.
> efolved. That while wo bow in humble
submission to tho will or him who doeth all
thing* well. It It with heartfolt sorrow and
grief that we part with him.
liesolved. That In hit doath Hemphill Prai-
rie Alllanoo No. 3CO, tnd the Alliance cause
have suffered an Irreparable lots, the laboring
dost an able and contervatlve adviser, and Milt
county one of its purest and most dltlnter-
etted public men.
Betolved, That thlt Alliance tonder Its
sympathy to the sorrowlog family, and that a
oopy of theeo resolutions no furnished them,
a oopy be placed upon our minutes, and also
that a oopy be tent Tim Mnncuitr and Bastrop
Advertiser for publication.
W. C. Hkmfmxix, I
James B*sev, V Com.
O. HEMPMIIX, I
STRAYED OB STOLEN.
One chestnut serrel with sucking o-dt, not
branded; the mare has ono eye out. One bright
sorrel horse, 8 years old. One bay filly 2 years
old. One mouse-colored mare.6 or7yearsold.
Four bead of told horsot are branded A T C
on the leftsboulder. A liberal reward will he
paid for said horse*. Tbey were raised on my
farm seven miles south of Mexla. Address A,
T. Cowan, Mexla, Texas
Stolen onthenlghtof Novembers, from Dud-
shoulder Joint, n tmall silt on rl
woll under the tatdle and thowt.
animal. Had on a 130 oil tanned red leather
saddle. I will pay S25 for the delivery of Bald
maro and oapturo and conviction of tbo thief.
Addrost f. C. Bourne, Constable, Collin
Why is the vowel O the only one sounded?
Becsute all the other are inaudible.—Mich-
"Hunt's Cure" guaranteed to cure Itch.
Ringworm, Tetter, Kazema and all forms of
The weather Is always putting en airs,
and it is no uncommon sight to Bee the
If your digestion is out of whack, II you
need a strengtbener or an appetizer, try
Cheatham's Chill Tonic. It will bring you
out of the kinks.
Dreams go by contraries. But this is
something a fellow nevor can seem to re-
member when he is asleep.—Burlington
Cheatham's Chill Tonlo contulut neither
ulnlne, Clnchonldla, Arsenic, Strychnin
or Mercury, and dees not produce buzzin
a tmall slit on right ear, paces
1 to bo it work
Bourne, Constable, Colllnsvllle,
OBIT<_ < RIES.
TIltUUTB OP K&PEGT.
Doath has entered our fraternal abode and
tuken from our midst Sister Amanda Ander-
son, « lio or our bolovod brother, J. K, Ander-
son; thorel'ore bo it
liesolved, lly Gardner Alllanoo No. 3392, In
regular session assembled, That wo tender to
our esteemed brother our Mncore sympathy
and respoct lu this his hour of sud beroave-
ment That In tho death of his devoted wlt'o
und our sister tho Alliance has sustained an
Irreparable Iobs and her presence will bo
gio.-tly missed l>y those who esteemed her to
hi. hly tor bor many Christian virtues.
UoBolved. That a copy or those resolutions
bo recorded In our Alltunoo records, one tur-
nlshed to tho family und oao sent to Tute Mr.it-
ouhy for publicall>-n.
Neiix MoEaciibbn, )
JAS. A. 11 AM KEY, }- Com.
C. Ii. Davenport, )
TRIBUTE OF RESPMJT.
Since it has pleasnd God In His wisdom to
oaii lrom our midst oui beloved brothor, H.B.
Quinine, Clnchonldla, Arsenic, Strycbnlno
or Mercury, and dees not produce buzzing
In the ears or deafness. Cure guaranteed.
Why is an unpaid subscription bill like a
bottomless chair? Chorus bf country edi-
tors: "Because it ncoqs receipting."—
"The flowers that bloom in the spring time,
"Found him sick In the bed with chills,
"But Cheatham's Chill Tonic got him up on
"And he now dally sings, whilo walking
"It undoubtedly cured his shakes, lis, ha !"
She Waa Sorry.
Emma (to her intended)—"Just think,
Charlie, Judge Sonndso proposed to me
Charlie—"What did you say to himV"
"I told him that I was very sorry, but
that I was already engaged."—Texas
T. I. N. O.
Don't suffer any longer, out uso Tanner's
Infallible Neuraligia Cure, the only Infalli-
ble euro on earth lor all forms of neuralgia
and nervous headache. Rangum Root
Medicine Co., Manufacturers, Nashville,
Tonn. BO cents per box. Sold by all drug-
"Why am I like a pin ?" asked Mr. Wit-
tyman triumphantly of Ills wife. lie ex-
pected she was going to say, "Because you
aro to sharp," and he was simply paralyzed
when she responded: "Because, if you
should get lost it wouldn't be worth while
to spend time looking for you, aud and bu
cuvso two hundred of you put up In a bun-
dle wouldn't be worth ten cents."—Somer-
1 Told Tou So.
Mr. E. A. Ireland, of Breen, Phillips &
Co., Nashville Tenn., says: "I was afflicted
with Piles for twenty years, and I tiled
every remedy offered me, finally used the
Ethiopian Pile Ointment. It gave me in-
stant rollof, and has effected a pcrmrnent
cure." Sold by all druggist.
Why does tho roguish crow go south
When nigh the winter draws?
For this, say some; for that, some say ;
But sure It is—as sure as day—
The crow lrom nuwiicre noes away
Without sufficient caws !
—New York Sun.
Logglns, who died August 16, 1888, and
Whereas, In the death of Brother Loggl
Howth Alllanoo No ÍKJ6. hat lott Its presidí
and a worthy member, the community a good
oltlsen, and tbo family a devoted ton and
Rrtelved, That the sympathy of the entire
membeiehtpof Hewth Alliance be oxtended
to the family in thit their honr of «eep
trial and afflorien. Bibm our loss It hit eter-
nal gain let us bow in humble submission to
Him who doeth all things well.
Betolved, That % eopy of these resolutions
be tpread upon the mlnutee of our Alllanoe, a
eopy tent to the bereaved family and a copy
to Tni Manco fer publication
J. G. Himsox, )
J.T. Han BOX, >
TRIBUTO or SBSPEOT.
Whereas, Oo the 11th day of Augutt A. D.
Albert lientcn Keyrolds',
therefore be It
Resolved, That we bowlin humble submis-
sion to the dsath call of Divine wisdom, we
stnoerely mourn the departure ef out doccasod
Kesolved. Tbat we will oherish his momory
In our hearts and will endeavor to imitate his
virtues as a oltlsen and member ot the Farm
HoKolved, Tbat wo offer our condolence t<>
the bereaved family and that we unhesitat-
ingly fulfill our obligation to the wife and
ltesolved. Tbat the members of Post Oak
Alllsneo No. 2180, wear the usual badge of
mourning for thirty nays.
Betolved, That a eopy of these retolutlons
bo farnisbed The Mbhouht for publication, a
oopy furnished tho latnlly and also a copy bo
placed In our minute book.
We, your 0 immlttee, will further statothat
Brother Reynolds was born October 1H, A. D.
1835. Ho was 5i yearj, n months and 25 days
E. P. O.
Don't waste time and money and undergo
needless torture with tho knife when Ethi-
opian Pile Ointment will afford instant re-
lief and certain euro in every case of blind,
ng, internal and external
faoturers, Nashville, Tenn. 60 cents and
piles. Rangum Root Medicine Co., Mauu*
Capital Surgsiu awn Chromic Oiseas£$.
On his way to the extreiu South 11 spend the «viuter, Dll. JONES of New York
City, law Ph) stciiin and fSurijeoti of Jones' .iledical and .Surgical Institution lu
New York, ami formerly feui-genu of the London (England) Eye and Etr luilrtu-
ary. and the same Physician who effected the grent cures In many ot the larga
cities of the United Stales, hus been persuaded by prominent people uf Texas to
stop off a lew days to give the afflicted ol Texas an opportunity to be heule I 01
tboir difficult disease*.
DR. J. A. JOKES
18 NOW PRACTICING AT THE
MENGER H01'£L. BAN ANTONIO. 1EXAS.
WHERE HE WILL RKMAIN UNTIL DECEMBER THE 0th.
IVJtemember the TIME and PLACE', and don't delay, as you will
never have this great Surgeon and Physician so near again.
Dip. JONES effected more great cures, and pcriormed more delicate surgical oper-
ations while In Macon than any physician ever before acoompilshsd In the State.
—Macon Telegraph and Messenger.
DR. JOKES' skill and success Is without a parallel; mauy of his eures have coma
under our own persons! observation, lilt practice Is with tbe best people of the
State.—Savannah Morning News.
The abovo out represents Dlt. JONES' non-
method of curing diseases of tho Lungs and
Throat, Asthma, BronchltiB. Trachctla. Liy-
ringotis, Consumption. Fnlarged Tonsils,
Pleurisis, breaking up C'omrestlon of th- Lungs
and Liver, and effecting cures of tho Inspira-
tory Orguns with cortnlnty und vase, thut can
not bo reached by any other method.
His remedies are reduced to warm spray, are
specific in thetr nature; they reach tho whole
diseased surfiico nt every breath; they aro
curried directly into tho blood without huving
togo through the process of digestion: only
certain prepared remedies can be used by this
Under date of February 18, Mr. J. N. Kirk-
Patrick, of Opellka, Alabama, acknowledges 11
perfect cure of 11 dismissing disease or tho
lungs, effected by the inhaling treat mo nt pre-
scribed by Dr. Jones, and yet Mr. If. suys ho
was. prior to this treatment, spoken i>r as a
A Citissn of Texas Cared of Consumption.
Seventeen years turo I oalled 011 Dr. Jones at
Austin, Texas, a confirmed o->nsumi<tlve, and
had bronc'iitls; fsmil.t doctors told me I could
net be cured, i tot Dr. Jones' treatment,
whloh soon relieved me,and then I neglected it
some, but uscdli part or tbe tUuefor six years
unt'l it finally lius onU.ely cured mo. My a no
Is fifty-live. I met l>r. Jones t -dny. October
gx, ItttH, at Toxnrknuu. and urgwl him to pub-
lish this testimony. 1 live near Dnllus, Texas.
Contraction < f certificates of <. few ot Dr.
Jones' many cures In Ten us In 187i-3--''. Col.
Win. Prcfoott of Sun Antonio, T-iSUf
UK. Jones:—My dutttfhler's oyet wore sunk-
en, crossed, deformed in nio*t every way
Your operuMoe porformoi in Oulvcst'in lias
removed th'* deformity, improved the hi, lit.
The 0110 that wus blind and sunken h'.mi.v 14
mero full, plump, blight und expressive. e
do most highly appreciate your skill.
An offensive disease in tho nof-o which eats
awuy the pariiti"ii lione, destroys 'hosense of
smell, produces green or yellowish scubs tho
simpo of th nostril—sometime, ilia, often
taueed with blood und mivter; onuses weight
and dull aching over tho eyes, lioadacho, loss
of meinnry. giddiness etc. Tills disease Is often
caused by neglected colds, by iuiipress-.nl skill
diseco', Scrofula, Scarlet Fever, Psoria-ls,
Syphilis and other contagious disensos, and Is
Itself contiwlous. li ofton extends to tho
throat, producing Hoarseno-'F, Mron< hltls and
Consumption. It is a tertiary form or cancer.
Destroying tlio Throat and Acs'when too long
notrlected. Or. Jones Is the only ph* tician In
the United States who thoroughly understands
curing this dungerous and «-(Tensive dlseuso.
Ho,destroys tho offensive smell in fivemlnut s
and relieves tho sufferer in every way nt onco
snd cures the disease in time. For this disease'
Dr. Jones luis sneclal instruments with whloh
to apply his specific remedies t • the spot.
Nnsal Douchos and catarrh remedies cen-
erally drive this disease to tho lun^R more
Hupturo Cared in Three Month* Without
Operation or Pain—Bead the Bvidinoe.
COkD Spuinqu, Tex., Nov. 13. 1E70
Dv.T. A. .Tones:
Deak Sih:—I was yottrfirst patient at Hemp-
stead, your last stopping placo tn Texas: was
with jo 1 about twenty minutes, when you
told me In four months I would he well of my
flve-year rapture, and asked me to .vrile you
then. I did not expeot it. but am truly happy
<o say to you It It even so. Six weeks ugo 1
threw away the truss, and eau follow as far
and fast the wild cow in tac Trinity bottom us
ever; and, D n-tor, whllo I am grateful tjyou,
1 would tay to tbe unfortunate sufferer, try
the itmple and eaty remedy. I am respect-
fully. C.N. 11 INK.
OtoenaCuT'd by Br. Janes.
Iteud the testimonial, publisher by request,
of ono of tho tlrst ladies of Oeorgia:
I huve been troubled lor ulong time with
thut fearful and unpleasant uls -asu in the
nose callod OZOENA. I oommunoud your
trtatuitnt noaily u ye.ir airo und have m-ou
cured for tlx months. 1 recommend all :iiy
frleuds who are afflicted us 1 was wl h Ozoeua
to go 10 you; the treatment is ulensunt auu u
sui0 cure, i can never ueiiso lliunt lu* y.m
Mus. J. a. Kknnkdv.
Mit. J. A. Kknnkiiy.
Conyers Keekdale Co., tlu., Bee. S7. 1*73.
Dr. Jones' rees vary 'rom $40 to£lu; bis
terms are cash. No one need be with him
more than an hour. Wiicro lustruuionts are
needed ho furnishes tbeui.
Nervous Debility, Lott ef Vital riuia, Semi-
nal Weakness, etc., Cured.
Deau Sir:—When I first employed; our skill
I was indeed a suiferer, with all tho Ills that
follow the violation of those laws of our exist-
ence. the abuse or which leavo their torrible
tale too plululy told. My memory was Impaired,
my buoy wus nearly ruine , 1 had u guti". lan-
guor feeling, nervous debility,trremi ur sleep,
startling unf wusting dreams, weak csso tho
back iloutin< sp-'ts uefore iho e* es sometimes
like webs, forg. tf.ln* ss, inability to uouoen
trato my mind, awful loreOodiugs, desire to
avoid company, dull, heavy feeling. 1 wus
wasting away aud despondent. 1 huve been
using your wonderful remedlo-> now two
months, und fci-ve revalued my fonii'-r vitality
and vigor, my mind und body aro liuprot-ed—I
am, Indued, a oew bumx, with neuri> all my
former vigoions mind and body. 1 am no*
ablo to pursue my occupation, un>' tool thutl
am 11 n u'i a.a n, uue know h. w to >tii n in the
future that iiiviul Secieibiibt v Ll< li «í.ijtl
have rul.ied ino but for }our skill. 1 am your
frlepd JosKi'ii W.Josi.iN,
My ndJress for the next ye-.r will 'Jt Yule
Dr. .Ioneslia- iñudo d'so.iSea of 11 c rCxos a
speslalty fi r years and tins reme -l-s « lib uim
to cure those delicate dis< hsi-k of bin h la 'les
and Kentlenioii. Consnituilon private <nn froo.
Dr. Jones Inserts nrtitlcnil eiesto move and
appear natural He has n s< lection wit 11 him
and can .-nit you lu a few luiiiults.
Dr. JonOi enrol n.oorn terrille dUeas-e id
tbe note'ii.llod Une o tin. I will r.evit fnixot
him. Ill:mu Vanle*.
Mco-fin'cSl., Onlv s!0ti,'ivx„ 5luy u', 1«71.
Dr. Jor.oj In u few minutes stralghtenud my
daughter's eyes that ht-d l -. on ciossed for
years, nud ttitoristoied perfect slvlit to 0110
that had I o^ 11 ti Ind. And the dock r et.-r d me
of a diserto of the tlironr, ui d ini.iif In the
stiam atomi/er, wltn hion 1 i.rcnk i.ny coids
that iny«elf or family tsko I cheortuiiy rec-
ommend Dr. J ines ui a f-killl'ul physlela-i and
surgeon, nnd a ¿entlemun
H. S. (j ttAvr.s.
Hempstead. Texas, 1871.
Mr. Gr.ivos is cno of Texns'most lio.ioied
oltizens und is u retired merchant of llotiip-
ficvo-o Ophthalma foro ryes an' Ey.tUds
Oared in Throe Weeks-
Bend 'lie testimony of VaJ. A. B. Stratton,
of llra/.oriit, Texus ono of tbe mosl Influential
and nonoied pi inters In the state:
Uhazoiua City, Tux., Maroli 10, 1870.
Dn. JONtH:—Dear Sir: 11 ave heoi miflerlng
for o ycur wit-i my left eye. and for the last six
montas have been >0 bud off with inflnmatlon
In my ey« that I was fearful I would loio my
- Iff1,1,t, entirely. I «pi.lied r, you about the
middle of l<ebruury, nnd have been under your
treatment about three weeks. You have cured
ray eyes or a disease in much less time thnn
you promised; and my hearing whiob had bo-
on nao bad. ou have grottly relieved. You
cun use this testimony ut you please, Dcoicr.
K. A. fclRAxiox, Sr.
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HOW MANY LINKS IN THE CHAIN?
SIS5 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY!
Mall your «uitver with 25c. «liver, nnd you
will rvcelve/r«« for tlx month the brli^hteit and
91 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
A friend withes strictures mado on tho
babit which tome leaders of prsyer meet
lugs and other gatherings have of asking a
brother to offer "a word of prayer," or "a
brief prayer." Perhaps tuch brethren
would make a variation of thtir request
were they met with the retponte a Con-
necticut deacon made; "I've no objection
to praying, bat I don't like to be stinted."
I-X-L Hanaparilla—with Iodine of Pota th
the gnat purifier, curt* all dlseatet anting
from Impure blood tero fula, plapln on tha
face, blotohet, obstinate eutaaeont erup-
tions, palfls in the JolnU and rheumaUtm.
The belt tprlng medicine. Pbytlelant ute
it largely. For talo by all drugglite, at tl.
Gonuln, George AOalnet. Houtton. Terat
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