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THE GAZETTE: FORT WORTH, TEXAS. TUESDAY, TAOTATrr 3.
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; jfBW STATK HOUSE.
aporary Capitol nt Austin Oom-
Led Over to tlio Authorities for
Ll Pen Picture of tho Building by
ft Gazette noponor.
! tho "Temporary' Capitol," 1b
t"d and as cve.il to tho
Mm vcsieruiiy ijhii",j .., uj
..m W. Smith, tho contractor.
.lies V V ..r II. . I.,,I1.1I.,.. ,..,..
triict once " ' uuuuii.ui.iw
and Mr. rsmitn "as to uirn
8W".r..I I.. M.nf. flio Mil w
ar, ni .- ;,;':;:
WU8 l" coat mi' nuin
be. i ,.. "!,.,"S
wi ami riH. iit; ahwiiuwuihi
v of state ami ndjuUinYgoneral
...,m follow Sn u few day
Building i fcltuatcrt at thf head
ress avenue, west amv, ". ,uj
the magniuceni v'j i""r
Tf tu Uirwi stories in hftlKht,
tof eul-stone and, as desi&ied,
an imposing iippuur.inuc.
itcturc, with the lino i)tniing
fornui ueauuiui punm niuiu
now capital -which isl to
ted In tho park jusd auove.
DC a purim, or run
serlptioii of tho building:
ImcnsloiiB of tho building are
irnntuiro on Congress avenue.
on Mosquito street and 51 feet
The total ucigiit oi me uuuu
iii tlio sidewalk to the top of
inn. Is fifty-two feet, the llrst
IBV - V - I . '
clng fourteen lect, trio seconu
foot aim Wio mini imitu ivci.
ncral plan and arrangement
Idlng is divided Into thrco cli
or departments, each one coin-
in itself, on a aepariuo
to-wit: llrst lioor, oxoeu
department; hccoikI floor.
ivo department; and mini
lieial department, or places lor
h courts ana suuo norary,
private rooms, BttidloH, etc.
ntraneeH and exits to tho build-
of tho moat convenient and
nature, being two wide and
dlousstuii cases, onoin the llrst
ding upfront Congrcsn avenue
other in trie sine mm lcauiug
smilto street. Tiierc ia alao a
cserved for an elevator in the
of tho building, should It be
desirable in tno luture.
ventilation is excellent, the
:r that purpose being almost
Tills is by means ol cross
,n all pans 01 mo ounuing, so
d that cneli depart montia hide-
t within itself, yctconvonlently
ng other departments aim
or business purposes.
o first lloor tne executive dc-
lt ia arranged aa follows:
nor two rooms in tho south-
ner, conveniently entered from
enuo or tho south -entrance.
ooms aio arranged as a suite,
uiace rooms lor cierKs ami pri-
tary of state three rooms, lo-
ierctly opposite the governor's
and including largo room lor
noy-goncral two tooms on the
iront, adjoining tne governor's
rotary of state's oftices.
urer tnree rooms and a nrc-
ault. These rooms are on the
t corner, and aro easy of m
1 all around from both streets.
ult is so constructed as to bo en-
solated from hails or exterior
and are completely surrounded
iter's olllces. iiio only en
tho cashier's loom is through
b nrlvnto olllce.
tant-troncial hafc one room up
mincuiately over tho treasurer's
firmed and assurance is given that the
enterprise began const ruction work On
tho 7th ult.
This railroad has Its tcrmlnnl points
at Bin Diego, Alta. California, twen-ty-sixinillos
from the Mexican frontier,
and Magdalena, In tho ltttrthern cen
tral portion of tlio Mexican Btate of
8onorn. A projected branch lino
from Alia, to Calabasas, WlU connect
tlio main lino with tho vast American
railway system of the Southwest.
lrom San Diego tho route runs la n
general southern direction across tho
frontier of Lower California to the lit
tle town of VallecitoB, and from thence
south and east through Guadi'lupeand
San Hafaal lo 1'orl Ysubol near
the month of tho great C'oiurado
of tho west.
'J-i' topography of the country fiom
allecilos to tfan Rafael is extremely
rugged and mountainous, but the
huge mountains and tall foot-hills are
covered with a growth of excellont
timber for fuel, and oontwlu well
known and vnluablo deposits of Bllver
eau, iron ami copper. In several
locailtieswldeseams of coal hare lately
been discovered: thus It is hv no
means improbable that the valuable
iiiiiwui impugns oi uiih wnu region
have induced European capitalists to
invest In such an apparently unproml-
MATOE AJIJ) trKBSTEIl.
A VlrKlnlnti', l'leltirr of the Fnliion Crtn-
A correspondent of UaltlwWa
Monthly from Warrcntoii, Va. gives
the following account as it fell from
the lips of his father, an eye-witness.
It h In sonic respects much tho finest
ploturo ever drawn of tho scene, es
pecially In tho description of tho gal
lant Colonel ICnyno:
In tho great Smith Carolina debaio
which took place in tho senate
chamber upon tho tarlil' question
of 1823, 1 was In the gallery.
Tho nullification fovor had risen
almost frenny high. Members
of all parties had desired the lower
house to witness the Hpllnterlng of
lances between Robert V. Hayno of
South Carolina and Daniel Webster
of New lli'mpshiro (sic). When I
entered tho hall Col. ilivyne was
speaking; ho was a man of general
youthful appearance, with his shirt
collar turned over his cruval, and hla
hair smoothly brushed across his fore
head. IIcwasof middlestaturoaudwull
made. Ho was speaking energetically,
his eyes were peculiarly brilliant, and
his face cxtromcly pale; ho moved up
and down tho nMu formed between
tho desks with u rapid and energetic
stop; ins gestures wore veueuier.i,and
I ..I,.,,.! '' .' u i.,.' ' .nx i ."' '.. ' ' " i " . " ' i i hi" I1.1 1 1 1 ' .
HARDWARE AND STOYES
WE WELX MAKE Si?ECIALTIES OF
... i Hinn: iiih irosLures wuro vi'iiuim'.r.i. nun
lErffiE ri.i. Cx ior H,1.T Iio uppenfed to bounder a high state
fi ",.V1lIrInelml euslneerlni- dlmcul- of 'xcitement. 1 waft peculiarly
ies will be encountered. The country Bruck wttll Mh wholo appearance,
is low and liar, and th hntl In .....i .i. ..,. .,.-r..i ,.,.t,i,t.?( ., i...
black loam, which, althouurh deon
along the eiitire division, In some lo
CHlltles leaches to u depth of thirty
feet. 3Uit It is sort and inconstant.
During the rains tho wholo district is
Is a quagmire, shunned by both trav
elers and animals. At such times the
great river overflows Its banks for
many miles, and its current Is rapid as
that of tho dangerous Mescala In Guer
rero. At Port Yfcabel tho tide rlbes
from twenty tothhty feet, while tho
river is constantly eating away Its
banks at dilleront localities.
For probably twenty miles south and
east ot Port Ysabcl tho same kind of
country will bo encountered, and then
the road enters tho celebrated "dandy
Debort." This district, which, durinir
the Spanish regime, was better known
as tho gold coast, is about 1200 miles
long by some 00 wide, and contains a
large area of the most valuable surface
Sold digging in tho world. If these
opostts have never been developed
reason lies In tho scarcity, or rather,
in localities, the total absence of water.
So rich is this auriferous earth that
miners pack it on donkeys from SO to
50 miles to a lunning stream, and evon
to tuo unit ot uaiiiornta.
This now railroad enterprise will
open a vastaud valuable mineral and
timber legion in the stale of Konora
and the icrritoryof lower California,
to tho enterprise and tho coinage ol
tho minora, the stockmen and the
furmors of this section.
Tlio I'thics of Jllopeinent.
It is greatly to bo lcirrctted that so
FURNITURE, QUEENSWARE, Etc
important and popular asocial custom
as elopement should as a rule be con
ducted according to individual caprice
Instead of being controlled by the die
totes that experience has, if not formu
lated, nt least distinctly implied. If
wise precedents, were lollowcd thorn
would bo an immediate decrease in tlio
number of such stern collateral facts as
shotguns, broken head and perilous
leaps from tho fourth story windows
of hotel". With tho hope of relieving
the public mind of a great load of un
desirable scandal the following sug
gestions aro respectfully ofl'ered:
It is not an injury to society for two
unman ied peoplo to elope, for society
is entitled to early Information as to
who aro tho fools within its borders,
and an elopement is proof posi
tive regarding at least, two people.
A married woman may be desper
ately tired of a husband who is too
healthy to meet her views by dying
early; nevertheless, she should scrupu
lously avoid eloping with a man
younger than herself, for a young man
who will steal one married woman
will not hesitate to steul another when
A man who elopes with a married
woman for tho sake of the portable
property which the lady think she
can rem ive from her husband's posses
sion should insist upon havinga M'hed
uloof the property in advanr-e. Ter
rible mistakes have oceuiied tlnough
neglccti of thifa rule, for a married
woman whoso mind is full of a man
who is not her husband is not as par
ticular as she should be about material
uflalrs; .so some men who have Imagin
ed themselves eloping with n large
i "K", ., 1 1 package of government bonds have
(1 of Lduciition-ono room, and foumilii0Wiw p0sed treasure to bo goi-
Mr. Calhoun (then vice-president)
was in tlie chair, with his largo, steady
and vigilant eyes, witnessing tho first
great battlo of his doctrine ; lie seemed
thu very spirit of embodied lnterebt:
not a woul, not a gesture of General
Hay ue escaped his Hon look. Tho sen
ate was deeply Interested, as a natter
of course. The language of General
Hayno was rich and vgorous, and his
powerful effect of tho impost law
on the South, the description ho gave
or ner people, ins own uoui aim Haz
ardous elocution and Impetuous bear
ing, wcro evidently making a strong
impression on the body. From time
to time attention would bedlieuted
from him to tho gentleman who waa
expected to answer him, and whom
tho general attacked under cover of a
terrible and galling fire.
Cold, serene, dark and melancholy,
that man, thus assailed, sat apart,
black and frowning aa a mountain lock.
Ho evidently felt the gigantic Influ
ences that were at work aioutul him;
but his nrofoitnd niiud was wtreni'th-
enlng itself for tlio contest. And how
deeply solemn was that hour, that mo
ment; how grand that scene; and what
were tho meditations apd spirit rally
ing of that gicat dark man? His
countenance waa tlio same during the
wholo of that tremendous speech. Ar
nault attei assault was made upon him;
bui yet ho neither turned to the tight
nor left, but calmly and gallantly, like
tlio soldier awaiting the signal, he
bided his hour. That time ot retalia
tion came, swift ns tlio thoughts ol
vengeance to Daniel "yVubstor.
Who will forgot the exordium ot
that lemarkablo effort, the lasiiingsnr
casm, tlio withering tones of that
voice, and tho temper of his language'.'
General Hayno changed color and ap
peared much disconcerted. Hut who
that heard him will permit tlio perora
tion to bo forgotten those closing pas
bages of grandeur, that majestic allu
sion to the Hag of freedom and his
country? Looking, with his durk and
lustrous eye, through tho glass dome of
the senate chamber, over which ho
could seo that bannor floating, he de
livered an apostrophe which has never
been surpassed, and seldom equaled.
It composed a figure of tlio most thrill
ing interest a burst of solemn and pa
thetic feeling and, coming from such
a sourco (a man generally estimated
phlegmatic-), it was electric. It was
llko the beam of sunset, or tho gleam
of summer lightning, radiating tho
brow of cliff and mountain.
JJST ' FmXJKXtXJ IFUES.
FAKES & CO
Gkorqu 11. Um.Nci, Pics. G. H. Cjiahy, Vlco Pros. G. W. Ai.nxANDr.it, Sect'y. 11. D, PadiH)(jk, Trcnu.
THE TEXAS INVESTMENT COMPANY,
FOET WORTH, TEXAS,
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF
REAL ESTATE AND LIVE STOCK:
Located S tocksanu Grazing Lauds in Largo and Small Lots Bought and Sold on Commission.
Contracts .for Future Dolivory of Cattle a Speciality. - .
Farms and Farm Lands, and City Proporty Boutlit and Sold. A Full Lino of Proportios Always on Hand.
Parties Having Proporty to Soil, or Desiring' to Mako Investments wilKFind it to.tbpir mtbroifc to
uau ana see ub,
Wo Refer By Permission to tlio Banks and Bankers of Fort Wortli.
iptroller two rooms at west and
unit ol building, uiie ot inese is
;room 70x01 feet, lighted on
tides by windows. This is tho
inl business office. The comp-
Ps niivato olHce is ad olnimr.
Itol Commissioners one room
f side, with north light, sulta
, and aimiiffcd with, a view to
t rtt' IjV
Attention is Directed o iiio Following ParUtil Liat of Properly now on our JiookttY
liumissioncr of insurance, sta-
land history, one loom is pro-
on this floor a general etoraco
Itliis floor tho legislative depart-
iloiated. Tho senate chamber la
I south side, lighted and vcntil-
jiu inrce sides, wnu convenient
room?, committee looms,
?ee, etc. Tho repre-
ve hall ia situated on the
i rat, and is lighted from three
tins, also has the necessary
committee looms, etc. Tlicbo
eoual.T executed ceitillcatca of non-
dividend ravlnir oil stoclcs
If a married man wants to elope
with an unmarried woman ho should
be careful to select one who has no i
brothers, for as suuh a man is always a !
coward common, ."disc f-hould teach
him to have some legaul for his peace
A girl who elope-, with a married
man should select ono who bus no
children; for under tlio law her lover
will be responsible for tho suppott of
his chlldi en while they remain minors,
fills are opposite and .connected I f0 herclai-s if tho man on
" luigu nun any mui, w.m i
umis stair oabes leading mafi0"fnmlly before alio can legally de-
'v... A-. IV VIV-.tlVVI. ,
A New School l'lnu.
Tho paper read beforo tlio Superin
tcndeni'.s Association on tho liSth
instant, by Professor Baldwin, of tho
State Normal Institute, is a very ablo
and thoughtful document, While
homo may think that the suggestions
of change aro of too radical a character
and fear that the carrying out of tho
nlaii. in its entirety, would bo, for the
present, impractleablc'-nonoean with
reason deny tho very great want that
tlio suggestion of such a system im
plies nor tho ability, pith and thought
fulncbs of tho proposed plan.
It is Impossible just now
to indulge in any elaborate treatment
of tho subject, but tlio Post is free to
,snv that tho paper has tho right ring
r about it from beginning to end, and
I that Us discussion and publication
form another wedge driven into thy
i vottwi system of nubile schools which
has m long moused and offended tho
people of Texas. The siallont points of
for Baldwin's scheme are consistent
economy, a graded system, school dh
trlijtri, precinct and high schools, col
leges, normal schools and an etUclcnt
siipei vision. The last clause is the
"piece of resistance." AH educators
agree that within a system of uuperjn
tendency. reach g from a stato com
missioner to n county or dlstrlctBUpci in
' -MMO ncrcH ol Hplendtit grnlnif lnil In
Wheeler county on tlio IiiuiIuiiIita or tho
WnMiItu Utvnr. All In n Millil body anil
Joins n lnnso tnict of hohool luml Una irmy
bo bouRlitor loiiMrd. lint (razing limit In tb"
ai.Taj'nns la fienrry count y, wtth over
Irtitlim -Alitor, travi'Miul V w-wrul , m or
fulllnit htrciims. lUdlroail and hfliool liuids
on both sldii tbat n bo htcuusl lit lew
tlirurt'HniHlon.ii'iy tormH. In u Holld bmly
unU unsurpnNscd ns KmrltiK num. i-."-u
12.soo acres la Joiips county In , oolld body
nntl nearly hauuro In Mnuw.TliU Milrmtlrt
IiikI) ortundld Hlluatcd in tlie euat p'lrtor
ilonen coulivy, mm .f. ,,uiuii;j ". Humw"""
Biimll strcantH uu ny
HIIU IK UBCCl'llO"' '
bftni.' fenced nl com-
nnrntlvohimillcoHt.und will iimKv onoor ino
iliicht hinnll miidieH In tins Ktnt.
bold cheap tor cash.
12,00) 'hend ofKOod HtralSllt Wfltt frKlW tttt
tlo.nitxi'dwltti Impro ed etocU, footed on
Boi'nI iuiieu with una n i; mof oto ' nnU
M ni-riM of pnlontMi itoia covenntj
UfiDU IMMIIfWt "' ti'-
.i- i..;. ... i jft
".'" "' .l.V.A.. nl b i.fn 1 welt cluis-ul.
und will turnout l,'JW beoNosni'id tirniul
cnlvMln tliflnut'yo.ir-18!a. 'lliil.i iie
chiincd for lnvcHtinent.
, or 9,000 head, of llnostoclc rnttloimd 11(1
ponti'i, four niulos, wukoii1), good ranch bouwi
and lamp outllt, mIUi u hirti ratiRu und
abundant bihhh, wutir and Mboltut, TIiIh
bord win hen i,w iicovm in ihhj, una win
brnmlil.CO) ralvoi. llnvo bpon broil to S)nr
ham iuiIIn nIiicr 1H7U, U mi flxt'opllonnhly (Inu
hoiil, und l a uooil lnvcHtinent nt tlio jirlim
!3,fW) lino imrhaia mlxud htoi-U cattlo, miv
onty.tn ejlipnd ortioiwpii, wmtons, ranch lioun
anil camp out tit, locatvd on hkooiI im'Hiiilln
nmgo wltli iibiinuHni'nor WRl.ir, Will Witun
wois mid wlltlinina.J,toitvcn In imu This
Jmril U Kpucilly rt'commiindui, iim b.dtifi one
oftliebnuilii ihfi country, unit will bo hold on
uVSoujiead ofliiB Durliuiii und inlxw! idocK
cuttle, wulJloeatcd on ood ruutui, abiiudiuu
I5im nu watsr. OoihJ rnncli hoinc, wntfoil
nuJ i Jinn outllt. nad forty uoOdnouUrH. S 111
t j... . frt. 1 A.. 1 .utf
iiriiiiti, ,m,v rii.Tn in .rvi
No. . i, ,
1.0DO bond of Rood .attto a fplcndld nmUll
stoclc, mlitsl on the prosent nuiKO, plonty ot
BrniM.wiitiiriiiiiNlittcf, Will U .'ounti'iPir
tuwo hcid of Jtng ibiiMuJdMlocliillIc, liny
cnimeowponlmwll lirok", IV" mru and
nolle, wiiRoti and cniup outrit. Unvu bi't'ii ;n
prt h.jiit iniiKo ii boti l four jmm, and mil)
Uiirlium bitllH tmed. Will brand WW wilVe.
In I'M, A Milvuillil ranso wllli iiliuiidaiico til
tnitiir. khikk Miitl ltolt"r. Will be wild lit ii
3,0X1 licadof Htrnfeltt. noVthwent Timus -at-
tlc, haiibdnon prcrnt r.Srtso wypii sfif,
u 111 i'!n fiu ti inri-M and K!V
UBiniliydo, Will bnmd X
fr.inttlt lintlMi.,. lipn,. i ttrrtiiu
lllllfilBIlt for ii much liiiarr h
in nnc.li kln"k
k,UX III ll-AI.
Ir 1 i U ulr . ,..,. n .. i- I . l.ni Ii
pudo balcony, on tho south side,
lies a fine nromennde. with a
so leading to tlio buck yard.
b Tumi) ri.oon.
Bjudlcial department Is located
third llooi, and is most ndiniru-
langetl. Each of the hlirh courts
tided with a large, airy and well
uoiuirooni, witn clerics looms,
8 rooms. Ilhrnrlfx Mo
lullding Is Tory complete, and
iv oesi suite uouso "1 extw ever
and what chance is there for her to
gratify tho ox pensive desiicw peculiar . tentlent, no plan of education can prove s"oam
toherclai-s if tho man on wliom sho successful. Dr. llaldwin, perceiving
is aepenueni must riuppoic u rcaoy tliat- the state eouiu not near me ox-
i penso ol htivlug a superiuicntieui ior
i eacli county, suggests that there be a
aupeuiUi!U(lc;it uppoiuieu ior eucu
senatorial distrlr-t. instcatl, therefore,
of having some 2W superintendents,
which would bo a useless and intolera.
bio burden, tho state would bo entirely
competent to support thirty-one super
intendents who would bo fully able to
satisfy the wants of tho community
for some linio to come, inu paour m
KAMnll stock of MHKrIu "SSViT' StiS!!tVSr
bend, located In KtH)U rattftli, villi plenty or
JlSfi' WwA, huvo b o. , rA on tho
UHS It H mnm.5fMh""
imind monev from him ?
Wo commend tbeso few jnactlcal
hints lo tlte hicrejislug number of pc6
pie who havoa taste for Irregulur part
nerships. Compliance with them will
savo thorn as well as tho community
from much deplorable annoyance.
Loner (Villlfnriila and Sonera
I days, ago tlio Boston Herald
irai tiiM tho Lower Callforn a
UllOni ltsiilron.l PfiirmnTiv linil ,
tied ill nht flint no- n siitUi-tr.tit
it of ' rapitnl in England to com-
oo uvu twenty miles of tho en-
C, As rnnnrfu nilntlnir in tit
sflll opemiloii of Amcrlco-Mex-
iiUroatl syndicated, in tho money
ts ot luropo, aro often moio .
tit thpn correct wo hesitated at
no to cumment on this a fortu-
oiiici' is In rcccint of a lcttor
on Ignuclo Alas, ono of tlio
is grantees and nrinolxnl nrtWr
road, in which the report U cou-
Ueneral Chul tnci-H, IMiegets into the
............... ...HI C.,.1 111-, i A t.lonn
lorn creetur."' Neither paity hcetnsl worthy of BerlousconHldoration. Com
tooaro about burdening itself with tho Ing from such a source, and being
responsibility of keeping him out or
allying itself with him after lie is in.
The Democrats huvo n majority large
enough without Ins vote, una ins sup
th'it lift be I'i
party then wash their hands or mm.
And that u ill probably bo tho couino
pursued. Xciv York Tribune, Jlj).
VW head l ftood nttlo und tiny Will!.
lln.riilSr.0 -flvwn iv..'. and wltl brat d
liuiltU.. KaiisaniUttxknre fi'cond to
none n thV itntyVuiwl i"i ' '"
re iwonnWc prlco jnd on u my trrn
' . . . .t. 4ini
11m liliiit UJM OH uw.niiimoi. ,'i'.
""".'. SV"7iuotrU la.cV.and wator
tiliii,. m., :-.-..., i...i. . ..
i anil cr.YS nbuudatit. '1 W ""'"'or wroijilie
puurrtinlV'l r fouiWvI Jr H'i-iajjj, l""".'
IVWOhcadof tlio tK-ii- ultlii it tno niaii.
Onuot tlio Iwtt bent and locntediVi ono ofthi)
bent ronKB In tbi tate. (owl WOKt'lOXdM
nittlo.wmaed Aflth Durluiio bull.WIII mar.
uptiyxjoht'cwntid luand ;i)m raiivsin ify.
WIkooiI cow pottf,a)ul tho biiiuoninbiir of
Htock borne. J'leniy or llvlujf wtr "ml
niosaultA sram.KOort ranih mprovVmnnt.
7o nettcr onponiiiiiiyior nvwuiioiii i mn
iOhend of Root! tiort!iwcl IVXay '.iXtlr.i
Ihtrty'flvo heaiH of 'hi w'ii-uroi;c t'w
i.OJO to 1,'iW liniii.rt wl fiitlh- l(catcd for tour
.vciinl f.n iireMiiimnuc.wiili.il I.) mk sood n
urn. 'I'lifulMiuljiilinnl to tin Dim of (lm. IiokI
hmiiiII hcnlM In north Ttjiiin. Iiraitdcd l.ot'o
f.'UMnin iu, unu win iiihiiii i,.ii in iiii
'llilflyoi loiiygmxl ptinhw. lbiMihlunwiK,
Minions unit euuuH'O.ulpnjt'"', Wltl bi'fold Ht,n
7Uj0od Wctitelli uttlti,l)rril to lllipio,'d
bililH lor (I Vfi oar. Yotmit Sitl)f, all ,Hhow
uood blood. Ilmndcil V,tKi iiIm mid Mild
IWbioM-.ln IWJiind will brum tWlt mtrh
In lvl, rifiyoinMii)iori'i'(i(ttrPN of
land, lanrlt imptinoiiu'in'. wani, ,ornn,
horse, good ranch uiij.iniii(ont,
In mm oi me mien icrarini, iiki'.ooi uuru.
wr t Tosas. 1 lui herd will brand !. alVf
and elt alxnitCfO beevr 111 MM.nnil ImiJlcrfd
at romowiblo (liuiei apd on i-UMy tertiih.
ing lrom sucn a source, nun m.'k
evidently thcresultof much reflection,
It would uo wen mat nomiuy ivkwu
tors and lcprescntatlvo men of all
classes should give it their attention,
touch without ins vote, mm ins sup-. ciassua niwu b . v..v. -., --. -.-,
.rt would be of no use to tho llopult- but the community at largo would bo
ans. The Democratic papers urgo ! benefitted by its careful peruyal.
uit ho be given his seat, and that flic JTomlon Jol,
Kood i.onlfH n nit i j m t "t n t, 1 1 v . hum on
iliemnirc for flvi yearn und aiv v.ly hotel
nnUhnudtwl. Vlfi bn.ml Tai to. ui IMA
fl,0 lsed of Rood wentern uittt nrdilod
with imrlwill, tlilriy-nv row ponlm, 8;xl
nwlc ranch hotnu, wagon Mid iwmp otilflt,
and t MeeUoiis of ood h.ml coorlim abutt;
dntit voter l.rlYllfjcM. Hutu Iioii on iiicoiit
rarfothiee3r. Will will lir.e hutidri-d
Ik-ovim and bran 800 ciilrtH ;n 1RI. 'IbU
horil will br naUl chenr utul oa oy pay
iiietitK, I'JrttM ddnlrliie to cnpiuftt In the
mock buolneM, wltl Und thin bargain,
l,(Ky bead of ilrlt'lnMVi'Mcticittttit on
lari ruimn with plenty of water and urtiH.
'lbctoiiniiowi(inbccpMlii ib herd and will
lirnimiH'ulWH in l?l. N'vouiy'iWii uiv
ponleninid l amp Otttlll, Aoiifl-hnlflnlcriy!
tin rale, 'l.
biMjri on pinMiit run.
nroMnoi lll(' Iiatu
a tor lour year, nun
liiMtri nri fillip, ill. runt;i.
Im U'.'ii lirett t unprnvf'it iU. Hfli
uood Iioim mind ranch
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A Voice From Texas.
Jlr. II. M. Inch, a truvciing fairs,
num. Is ;iL thu Hotithcru. He is lust
from Texas, and says tho tAtclins In
! the past jcar incrcasctf 10 per cent, in
business. In tlio agrtculturl implc
i uient line the trade has also largely In
creased, and the quality ot goous uscti
by the people Is miiohibctter than for
merly, and is steadily Jncrcashig In
U.nrrnl( lMnl! A Scotdl
narlv n few montllS fllUCC met With
'serious accident in Uadenoch. The
, wagonette wafj upset and tho horse
came to their knees. After ft little
-...mi.. iinwvr. thiinzft'were nut to
rights again, aud when tho horsas
wcro rcyoked the moio Jovial of tho
party called for a song. "Oivo u u
Bong, Tonalt KsaTavUji." The mail
addressed, u well-known Highland
drover, with a Btern look in hfs face,
ronlied: Confouni ycr. Bongs! Blng
,...i. m u.'rA nr n' rlanfferl"
DH. If. S. UKOIJiKS,
-.-, J fcJMfyiy
ijriiyaiciau ttuu. we"j
fort ironrf, tuxas.
driving I omCE-S't1 Vimrth Mretl.tne "' " hay
Ofttr Hour-S tu 0 a.m. and .,! '''.
Ik. t. haikman,
y, Q. llATV.tfA'S
nn rit i.i.iin. it .u . m.h. -. ..- - ... ,
..viviiKN-fi:-unh-iiuo tvrner, I'ourin nu ,
'"-"rf:.ir .mu,. lift pot on corner.
vr. w. houtii,
KQIM WOU'W TJJXA&
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Hi ys TO (. vt o
BATEMAN & BRO.,
iK0n Ai COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS
alilllldlincO of liniKN.
Will M'll tlio wliolf or i)
iWWhcKil of ifiH.il TfrfUitt Mittlo iwwil
with tHirhain bulls. fovnty-IWo aoMt bnllft
now in ii..) herd, 'ihlrfy-tive eoml hor,'
wnKoiiKimil cimiMUitflt. lluyebconoii tho
prcitcnt riinuo Hi v year, vlilt-h llnri wnl
Jim pioniy of iinvi'ili'J Kn'"". vntcr and
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