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Rafter tuo ,,intl' for tl,e Mcw Btn,c
Itiu lind umii Buieuivu, -nu oui
. ' ... ...wlmir o ilin iiiihlln fr.'U
n mho, ifiiv-""" -" -" - -
Ll. mill one-half io tho payment
ie public debt.
... Ti'im irnnnrnllv but llttlo
iwn of theso Innds In "tho unorgan-
J coiiiulu?, and uut nun- uemmm
'hem, until some tunc niter (he
' .. rtlw. r.aiiltnl limila. Tln lirlco
'l'VUIlliU'" " - ...,...
ipon thcni ly tno law was mucii
,-e tho vnluefiot upon tho lands of
.1.1.... I ilink Inn) lioait tirni'lf.imlv
ted In Mild unorganized couutled.
rlieil WO OOlini, l.,(Jiliniac(i ui uiu
rnor, attorney-general and fiecre
' of state. In 18SU, valued the capi-
ands at the minimum price of
cents per acre, thoy had evidence
apei'table persons engaged In the
i iuialm4R lii Unit HL'ctton. that
A could bu boutrht there from In-
.i.,lo f M miioli 1iu nrli'o. TIik
tol board, upon tho second effort
11 6U,uw acres i inu iuusi vhiuhuiu
s in the capuoi reservation, got
Item but little ovor ilfty cents per
ie public notoriety given to these
Is by tho contract' matte ror tnc
ding of tho ner capltol, and their
nun-US. eoninaretl to tho price of
lar lands in other ntutcs, began to
n't the attention of capitalists.
ulators, and stooknten for some
( before the cull lor tno meeting ol
legislature, Issued on tho llrstof
L'll, 103-1 III WHICH IVJJISIUIIUH 111 IU-
to these reserved lands was specl-
: mill hv whioh civil the luirlsltitnro
tneet on the sixth of April, follow
was then recommended that the
iimnn price of thchC reserved lands
ikt ho raised to onoaoiiur, anutnui
millions acres of them should bo
mart to tho university, not so much
gratuitous donation as in compen-
iit ..ml nu n cillhfHlltl. fm- 1 1lllf14
n away from the university by tho
itltutton oi laiu, wnicn was men
exi) allied. 13111s to protect these
is and toselanartn portion ef them
led the senate, but failed to ho
led hi the house of representatives.
may be asked wny it was
!)er that theso lands should have
valued and ollered at fifty cents
bicre, and In three short years, an
t was made to nUbc the price to
Edollar per iv e. These lands may
rartn Horn live to nity uoiiars per
when the time arrives, at which
can bo nut fully Into
etical uso as agricultural
pastoral lands. Most of
n then were not aim nracucnuy
Id not bo iihod for any purpose, anil
lvalue of fifty cents was then prop-
mtieed upon them, upon an estl-
te based upon tho experience of the
and upon the piospeois under
then existing circumstances, as to
length of time that might elapse
ire the lands could be thus utili.eil
?bring their full intrinsic value.
J tho purchaser had bought them
B. he would have paid the full
Ie (more than they brought at prl-
l sale), anil he would have taken
I hut ot carrying tnem wuii tins
fesuary expense, in three years tne
lie prospect, as to the length of
i for their utilisation, hud changed
lie extensive information of their
lily and uses, that had, during that
I. been aeriuired. and uuprece-
ed demand for such lands, which
Id hardly have decn anticipated.
Ice, upon this nude of calculating
value of wild lands, which must
iiys beiesorted to In order toll-
value upon them at all, these lands
e better worth one dollar per acre,
purely business tiansaction, in
Hi, 1882, than fifty cents per acre
July, 1870, when they were first
sreil for sale. It was therefore
per that the state should then have
Ben tne price to at least tnat
lu'd the recommendation been
filled, and favorably acted on, Texas
Kild have now either many millions
lores oi land mat nave ueea sold, or
purchase of them secured undor
law, or double the amount of
I ley lor which they have heou and
11 be sold.
ur, as I lo'iru from the t'ommls-
tterof the general land office, there
s filed In his office up to March 1,
!, applications for 78,;i:W acres of
to lands, but payment had bean
kle upon 19,'5,-lltiucrei of them, and
r lOD.OOO acres of them were
Imps," thut is, small tracts of less
In oil) acres in oiwinlzed coimticd.
only about 80.U0J acres in unor-
kied counties, whero the great
lies of these lands are situated.
lince the adjournment of the hpedul
uon, on thooth ol imiy, tss, mere
e been, up to the 1st of January,
J, filed In Ids otllce. applications for
iO,4SO acres, and lie has unofficial.
ugh reasonably accurate iiiforma
i, of applications to be shortly
He, in the time allowed by law, for
lut :i,iiOO,000 ncies, making theap-
ruuon men aim to e nicu sinuo uie
Ie of the special session, for 0.330, ISO
lueso lauds sold and to be sold at fit)
Its per aero by the stales.
would ho useless now to recount
conflicting views inthelcglslature,
I tho objects, of interest and of spec
tion outside of it. which mavhuvu
iled to prevent the enactment, of
measures recommended. Their
lure has permitted this sacrill"e of
I property of the state, by its sale at
rice tar below Its value. n Is evinced
tho brokerage speculations made In
i bales of it to capitalists.
Titi;tTh:vi:itsiTY or ti:xas.
til of tho branches of the .suite ttnl-
falty hove been located, tho main
Inch ut Austin, tho medical depart-
nt at Galveston, the agricultural
II mechanical college at JJryan, and
ue uue general election, tne urancii
iver&uy lor coloied youths at aus
v Theagiicultural and mechanical
iege is theonlv brnneh now in on-
Itioii. It needs mldltlonal aid to
Biplctelts arrnni'ciiionta for teaching
.science tinil nr.ictlce of lurriculturu
fl the mechanical aits. Tho board
I regents contemplate putting the
Mn branch at Austin In operation
ring the fall of tho present year.
ten the west wing of the magnill-
lt building on College Hill shall
i"e been completed. They will lack
1 means niwiwaiirv to do it iiropjrlv.
ilch. however, can bo readily and
jtly iirovidcd by the action of
Sslegisbituro. Tho medical branch
11 the branch for colored
luths have had no provision for
fcni whatever. Xow that those four
luiclies of tho university ,uro awalt
K ample provision lo make
ieni constitute "a uulvewHy of tho
H-olass," as required of tho legislu
"0, ''as soon as practicable." by the
institution of thofcuito. the propriety
Id necessity of tho urgent qn'orts pre-
usij maue by tho menus oi cuuea
m to have eiich nmnle provisions
de, and nil of the branches placed
uleronu board of regents for their
lUttgemont. m-o now obrioiu. This
bject was brought to the attention of
ie List legislature, conveneu in .sue
til hesslon In Anril of last year, with
lullcvnlnunHmi nflhn ItllltlCdUaUV Of
lo means previously provided, and of
I" pnvctiDlllty then oi innKiug n
fl'io provision vitnout any nr-u uii
Itrlment to niiy other interedta pf the
iv, a mil for tna'. purpose iwsavu
the senate, but failed to bo pascd In
the house of reprcseuliUlves.
It was recommended that tho bonds
reported formerly as of doubtful valid
ity, amounting to $181,000, Issued In
1J7(J, be recognised as valid, and the
Interest accrued thereon up to (he
18th of April, 1870, when tho present
constitution went Into eflect, amount
ing to over $00,000 dollars, bo invested
In similar flvo per cent, bonds, and
the interest accrued since thut Hum.
amounting to about $18,000, bo appro
priated In money, to become a part of
tho available mud for present use;
that the one million of acres that had
been set apart and surveyed be sold or
leased, tho Interest upon the sale or
which, If sold on time, could be made
available annually by an amend
ment or the constitution; that
two millions of acres of
lauds bo set apart out of the
lands reserved to pav the
public debt, in such a manner as
would not interfere with tho interest
In them of tho public free schools.
Nearly all of those lands bet apart to
pay the public debt have either been
sold or surveyed for purchasers, by
which a right to purchase them has
been legally secured, and the money
amounting to, seveiul millions of dol
lars, has been paid and will very soon
bo paid into the state treasury for said
lands, one half of which will be tho
fund, which may bo appropriated to
pay the public debt. That fund un
like that of tho public free schools. 13
sllll under the control of the legisla
ture as to its disposition, ami one
million of dollars, tho proceeds of two
millions of acres of said lands, may
still be tet apart to the university, If
tho legislature should choose to do It.
Under tho constitution (Art. 7, Ssc.
4) tho legislature cannot appropriate
revenue to eiect buildings for the uni
versity, nor for tho establishment and
maintenance of the branch university
for colored youths; therefore any en
largement of that part of
the main university now
being built, and the erection of build
ings for tho medical branch, and the
establishment and maintenance of the
brunch for colored youths, must be In
dellnitely posponed; and the main uni
versity itself will not have the means
to purchase n. library, apparatus und
necessary furnlturo to start with ordi
nary respectability, if tho opportu
nity, Blill available, is allowed to pass
without appropriating a portion of
thisfuudto tho university, including
its several branches. A reason why a
liberal appropriation should be made
at once, It anything further is intended
to be done for the uni
versity, is that any amount
ot money, however small, unless it
be Interest of its fund, has to be placed
at once in the permanent fund, and
cannot bo used otherwise than to draw
Intel est lifter investment. (Con., Art,
17, Sec. 11,)
The requirement of the constitution
and the unmlstakeable manifestation
of an enlightened public sentiment in
favor of a liberal endowment of the
university will doubtless be sufficiently
appreciated and respected by the
honored representatives of tho people,
as to render any argument unneces
sary to stimulate them to actlen In a
measure mj Important to the well-being
of the.state and Its people at piesont,
as well ts in all future time.
1'L'llIilO 1'ItHi: SOilOOI.S.
The leading features of our public
free school system aro inicli as are
given to it by "the constitution of the
btato, and such as are given to it by
tho laws passed sinco the adoption of
the present constitution.
Firot, by tho constitution it is made
"the duty of tho legislature to estab
lish and make suitable provision for
tho support and' maintenance of an ef
ficient system of public free schools."
(Article 7, sec. 1.)
It may be supported by tho levy of
tuxes, tho sumo as any other object of
government, and is thereby made u
part of the oidlnary operations of its
administrations, the same as the
courts, tho collection of taxes, quaran
tine, tho penitential les, the univer
sity, or any other. (Article ;(, sec. -IS.)
It is given a permanent fund in
land-., land sale notes und -bonds,
which with tho interest (hereon, is
protected from being uppiopiiated to
any other object, (Article 7.)
A part of tho revenue shall bo set
apart to It annually, not exceeding
one-fou i tli thereof, and n poll tax of
one dollar, together with tho interest
of its permanent fund. (lb.)
This, constituting the available
luuu, snail tic uisiriuuteu to mo
counties annually, according to the
scholastic population of each, to bo ap
plied as may bo provided by law. (lb.)
No part of it can lie appropriated or
used for the support of any sectarian
E ich county shall have the benefit
in Its schools of tho IntoroJt upon the
bonds, purchased by the sale of its
four leagues of land. (lb.)
Separate schools aro required lobe
pi ovldeil for white and colored child
ren, and an impartial provision shall
be made for both, (lb,)
''The governor, comptroller and
secretary of state shall constitute a
board of education, who shall dis
tribute bald funds to the several
counties, and perform such other
duties concerning public schools as
mu V bo prescribed bylaw." (lb.)
The legislature may constitute any
city or town a separatu and inde
pendent bdiool district, which under
certain regulations, may levy and col
lect an additional tax lor ita schools.
(Article 10, sec. 10.)
Theso provisions hit Ye been thus
collated that It muy be been that they
constitute within themselves a com
plete and consistent system, not as a
separate, distinct department, but to
be ono of tho ordinary operations of
tho government, both In its govern
ment and in tho provision to bo made
for its support, except only that it has
tho advantage of a soparato fund to
aid In Us support.
It leaves to tho legislature tho
authority and duty of prescribing by
law what part of tho whole amount of
the annual revenue, not exceeding
one-fourth, shall bo appropriated, how
the money, annually distributed to the
counties, shall bo applied in carrying
on their schools, and what other du
ties concerning the public schools, be
tides thut of making tho distribution
of tho annual available school fund,
bhall bo performed by tho board of ed
ucation created by the constitution.
Secondly, the law of 1870, p;issed by
tho legislature to carry oat theio pro
visions, und tlu.1 amendments since
made to It, were shaped in harmony
with them by lnuktng tho county
judge tho general director of the ma
chinery for establishing school within
his county, by making school commu
nities to depend upou tho mutual as
sociation or citizens having hcholars
within tho preset ibed schol
astic age, from eight to four
toeii. inclusive. and . not by
territorial divisions Into school dls-l
trlcts, by placing fcchools under the
control of trustees, chosen from tho
patrons, who select jiud mako con
tractu with the teachers, and olher
wiso attend to the currying on pf tho
gchool, by requiring teacher to bo, ex
amined, and to 1b jwld Recording to
the grades of cert llicates oi qununc
Inlo tlirco clH?ea,
urn u wi-nv.-i
THE GAZETTE x PORT
first, second and third; -by makiilg
tultldn free to the pupils within the
soliu!.-it!o nge, In tho ordinary
branches of n common education, ub
in "orthography, reading, writing,
English grammar, composition, geog
raphy and arithmetic;" by permitting
scholars, not of the BOholastle age, to
attend tho schools upon payment of
tuition, and by regulating tho man
ner in which lowns and oKies oaii in
stitutn (heir own schools, and have
theih taught for a longer time than
could bo taught by the money fur
nished to them by the state In Its an
Thus our school ys(om lias boon
identified und connected with the civil
government throughout, and made
nart of it, with Its Immediate control
localized where Its benefits are to be
.That this fcystom, over since Its
adoption, has worked well ami has
continued to improve from year to
year, is demonstrated, not onlv ly tho
reports, of Iho board of education, but
by (he gradual withdrawal or public
opposition lo free public schools, by
(fie Increased and continually increas
ing Interest taken in them in all Purts
oi me suite, ana oy tno continence that
has been generally inspired, that
a good and efficient system of public
free schools can bo built upou (ho
foundations already laid, without an
unreasonable burden of taxation, If the
leading features of I he system aro pre
served and Improved upon as the
financial ability of the state and tho
Increase of its own school fund muy
justify it. '
I should not have deemed It neces
sary to have thus presented this sub
ject nt the closo ef my administration,
but from the fact that for years there
have been and now are, In this state,
persons who lmvo been, and are, ac
tively engaged In (he effort to over
turn this system, or to fundamentally
reform It so as to conform in effect to
the system established in Texas under
the constitution of 1800.
The leading features of the system
attempted to bo imposed upon the
slate are (he creation of a separate de
partment of tho government, the ap-l
puiiiuncm.01 a biaio suporni'.oiidcnt,
district supervisors and county super
intendents, with power to control the
whole machinery or tho schools and
matters relating to (hem, and with
competent salaries Tor their support;
also, a special tax levied to support the
schools, und their vat independent
machinery of officers, for nine or ten
mouths in the year, with an increase
in (he period of tho scholastic age, and
a consequent enlargement of degrees
of education to be paid for by the state.
Such a separate scholastic establish
ment would annually cost more than
tbo wholo amount of taxes collected
off oftho people of Texas for all the
expenses or tho government. It won Id I
lead to a central control that would .
supersede tho local control or the
schools. There are now seven thous
and teacheis of those school, wllh a
regular incieuse every year. This
numerous body of teachers would bo
embodied in a common purpose or self
aggrandizement by litis central con
trolling power, and would exert an in
fluenco all over the state ror more and
greater advantages for the wholo class
of persons engaged in this business.
The taxpayer would grudgingly pay
his special school tax, as it would in
crease from time to time, and It would
become odious, as most special taxes
Tor the benefit or a class ot persons arc.
Other interests in the administration
or the goveijunient, that would bu less
favored, would combine and make, war
on it as a political machine working
for class legislation. It would finally
bo abandoned, if not (as a similar sys
tem formerly existing) in disgust, at
least, as impracticable.
The moving cuu"o of this effort is !
not that four, live and six mouths, as
now taught in the common schools
cacli year, for six years, Is not sufficient
to teach children reasonably well In
the branches of common education
hcrctolbio named, but because it does
not give constant employment and ad
equate compensation to competent
teacheis, and the standard or common
education is not sufficiently high.
Theso objects are ccitaiuly very desira
ble, when their attainment shall be
Hut the question is how, and by
what means, shall their attainment
become practicable. Surely, tho state
is not bound to provide mr n higher
standard of education for the masses or
Its people, than thut which will fit
thorn lor Intelligent citizenship In u
republican government, The stan
dard fixed lit law Is certainly high
enough to enable the musses or people
generally, who receive tho benefit or
it, to have thut general diffusion or
knowledge, which is "essential to tho
preservation of (ho liberties and
rights or tho people." That Is the
object, Indicated by (he constitution,
and or necessity ttxca impliedly a
limitation upon tho power and duty
of tnxaUon for that object. Any
thing in excess of that is beyond any
established llieory or principle of the
state to promote the general
education of tbo masses or
its people. Something else,
than an increased apd special taxation,
must bo resorted to, Our many inll
ljons of acres of school lauds may be
utilized by salo or lease, so as to largely
increase tho available school fund, fo
be annually distributed, us It has been
doing for a few years past; still It will
he louud wiien tuat iiiiid is muy ma
turcri, the mold Increase of ourpopula
Hon uiii, netore many
cauulit nn with It. ho thut lt propor
tion to thu belioliiHtic population will
then lie no greater than it I now, after
which time It will gradually get less.
Thu only jmieticalik', ju-rnianent
remedy for the attainment of the do
hlrable'oljjeets thut lmvo hem named
will be found in the encouragement of
more towns und cities to assume the
control of their own schools; In tho for
mutlon of ncrinuiiriil school dittrleU in
the counties, whciclnUto residents can
tax themselvcrt when the jiopti
lattou becomes sullleienlly dense
(which will require a change In tho
constitution); anil until that can be
done, In arousing public pentlment In
f.ivor of higher education, that will In
duce freo public mjIiooIh to bo attendcil
by a greater number of kcIioIum not
within tho scholastic age, the compen
sitlou for whoso tuition by thoao who
receive the benefit of it will gradually
lengtjicn the ternm of tho h-IiooIh and
increa-o the compensation oftho teach
ers. The fetule huvltig tilled the measuro
of Its duty, reliance must bo placed on
local taxation and compensation from
tho individuals benefited to furnish
the ineaiii for longer terms, bettor pay,
and n higher standard of education In
Hie mtblio freo hcIiooIh of tho Htutc.
Anil tills mittit be the case under the
nrcscnt Mbtem. or under any other
that may supplant it, wltliojit,lini-
imrsuch burdens of taxation upon the .
people a they will jiot bear any length I
of time. Amendments may, and
doubtlci-rf will, be niado upon the
nn'spnt. f-oh-Hil law to pcrfcrt it more I
and More, from time to time, as its de-'
ojkrtlon. ' i
QuHwf IJiognHtcfitoVitiicleTi in (liO
wy of rrtvhlitK prop. conclusion by
ercjitflrv'ind nutpy oljier friend of
WORTH, TEXAS, TUUHSDAY, JANUARY 11.
education, is their constant falluro lo
keep strictly in view the sjx-ollle ob
jects of thb slate In instituting public
schools, as Indicated by the roiutllu
tlon and laws of the state.
They habitually devise idans for
general education, Irrespective of (he
school in which It Is to bo taught;
wnvrciis uie ooject oi tno su.ic in re
gard to each school Is specific. For
Instance, tho publlo frca schools arc
instituted and regulated by tho con
stitution ami law (o tench (ho musof
people such branched onlv as nro neces
sary for Intelligent citizenship In a re
publican government. Normal schools
are Instituted lo train and purfect the
education of pupils sufficiently to
enable them to bo competent teachers
in tho public free schools,
bummer normal Institutes aredeslgucd
lo train and lmorovntnitliir wlm nm
already engaged in tho business or
The Institutes for the deafnnd dumb
and for the blind, are designed (o
teach pupils such things as will best
enable them to supply the wants of
the lacking faculties, as far as practic
able. The agricultural and mcchniilcnt
college Is designed lo teach learning In
agriculture and the mechanic arts,
and tho natural sciences connected
The university Is designed to leach
the higher grades of learning and
science, aitd to qualify persons for the
A proper appreciation of these
specific objects will serve as a guide
In the csliinatu of what should bo
taught, and of the extent of Iho means
to be used in their suppoit, respec
tively I respectfully tefer you to the re
ports of (lie board of education, of tho
board of regents of tho university, and
other leports of those Instltudons, with
a request for a du 0 consideration of
the facts presented mid recommenda
tions thcieln contained.
hfATi: r..vi:ciiTivi: oi'nnuwANn i:m
im.ovi:ks of Tin: uovi:knmi:nt.
In tho cloo of my administration 1
take pleasure In bearing witness io (lie
general faithfulness and ability of (lie
executive olllcers and other employees
of tho government in tho discharge of
their duties; and to the agreeable and
courteous "association In all or tho offi
cial relations in which 1 have partic
ipated, o. M. llonmu'.s,
seatim nollillnc. over Win.
Jlrown'M Klroccry Store.
12-21-1 y r
A. E. DODSON,
Xjo-xxcI axcI Oolloction
.A. (3- IE 3ST T,
Q A 1NES 1 "ILL By TEX A S.
:d 3E3 :rcr t x m t ,
FORT WORTir, TEXAS.
OFriCD-Xo. 13 Mutn Street. Ut ti'alri.
USKS NITKOUS OXIDE CMS. C-21y
iv. iv. nouTir,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OJ-WJCV-Xo. 13 Main .Street, IteiUtenee,
if. If. CtiAoMii ami Tlitrd 6treet4. ft-Ktr
J. J. KANE,
Architect anil Superintendent.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OFI'ICJiAt the Mansion Hotel, Fourth Street
Pimm anil KpcclllriitUiiH with all luoilniii
linproumcnts. inclmllnK ostlniMcH of tliu
costofovuiy description or IniHUItiKH la tliu
city or country. I'ostofllco llox 3'J. DiH
JAS. M. ItOJJERTSON,
Real Estate aiid Collecting Agent,
MrcmniAN, Hosquk Cowxrv,Ti:xAH.
Will buy, sell, Iraso nnil rent IiuuIh, Invcxti.
Knto unit iwrfcrt lilies, anil iou koiutuI land
ugency liUKliiesf, Itmidlus Iniid lu uny
county luTexiiH. 8H!clul iitlontlon to tol.
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IMIS. DANIEL & MATTHEWS,
SURGEONS AND PHYSICIANS.
r-0 Moron Wceond street between Mutn
nnd HmiHton Klntt National Hunk building.
KOItT WOItT II,
JATT0N A- HUDSON,
Attorneys at Law,
j.TSXi LATX) AGKNT3,
ALVARADO. Johmon o., TEXAS.
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OATJ3; C01YINtJ UOOICS,
(jVnlijab!e lo 3rerrfmnta and Tniv
Guitars, Violins, Banjos, Tamborino
Arnnrriannn. Vnlant!ns and
Croquet in Sanson. ' J
Oiiii; . Lovinii. Trcs. U. H.
REAL ESTATE AND LIVE STW
Locatod Stocks and Grazing Linda
Farms and Farm Lands, and City
Parties Having Proporty 'to Soil,
Wo Rofor By
Attention is IHi'cdort to
12,001 lirnrt of wort NlrnlKHt wast Tcxnn cnt
tlo, mixed wltli Improved Mock, toonlml on
Kood ritinto wlilinn nliundnnmof wiUor inul
umfoi. Dim ucros of piMuuUnl Innd covorliiK
llvliiK witter. l1 uood rioitlcri, wnnou und
oiiii (qulpnge. ThlK liord li well ('limned,
und wilt tin 11 out l,a liccsuiid limml IlHV)
enlerfln UiQiiouycniv-lMil. 'HiIhIkiv nro
cliiuicu for liivoMnient.
AhiiuiII htookof superior cnttlo, ntioiit TOO
lirnd, located lu Kiiod rniiRC, Willi plenty of
uruss und wider, lmvo boon mined on tlio
rutiKOiitid nroi'HHlly huudlcd, Milt sr-11 ono
hundred turn es In lS-il. To u mini of limited
inennstlils In it Hplendld Impjulii.
i;iW heiiil of croud ejilllii mid flflv nonles.
tlnmdud wo rnUoi In IS1, mid Mill tirtinil
l.lUllnlSM. ltmiKontul (.took iuo i-coond to
none In iho Male: ami civil ho bought, ul u
roiisomtlilp price und on puny terms.
No.a-i. ' " ' ' '
'H111 hot herd on Uio nmrkot. to) Im
proved rut lie, thirty No, 1 nonl('n,tllQuoroi of
land, jrood rock much horue, wiikoii and
cuiiip outtlt. 'lhcnuiKO ti loitje, and xntcr
1h in.vl uniNH uhuiiduiil, Tim number (ifutllo
DimtiiiiilctitarcaMitrtt Itttftlretl h liurrhnKor.
i.',0licnd of Rood Improved i-nltlo, thirty
Koodponichund cHtiitioutllt, lliivo been on
I hu miiLjo for tlxoyrnrM und nro cimlly hold
anil hiindlcd. 111 biunil7.V)ciilvuw In 1KS.1.
No. an. '"
H,0iJ or d.OOO liciu' ofllii'iKtoelc mtlloaml 110
ponies lour inuleH, wuroux, uood much houms
and culiip ouilll, with n lnrj?o rnuvjo rind
rdiunilunl khiki. vnter and Hheller, TIiIh
herd Mill hell 1,000 hrovci In IDs.1,nnil will
brand :t.'0) (miIm's. lluvo beiin bred to Iiur
!mm bulls Hlneo 1K71), Ih an n.xcoptlotinbly line
herd, mid U n Kood Imunlmuiit nl tho prleo
13,i)0 lino Din liani mlrd Btoekcrtllto, sov-cuty-llvo
bi'iiil orhorKuH, Matfoiin, much lioimo
nnd eainp onllll. loeutcd ou a Kood mesiiiilto
ranpo with nbuudaneo or water. Will rlnin
m ell and Mill linind.l.WJealM'M in 1HM, 'JIiIh
lieid iHNpcclnlly lecoiiiiiiiiinled, as bcluttonc
oftho bent In tho country, und will buKold on
0,5W head of lllin Durhiim mid mixed htoclc
cattle, well locjited on (rood iiiiiko, iibumhiut
KriiKsmid M'nlcr. (lood lauch Iioiikc, mhuoii
and camii onttli, and forty uood ponies, will
brand UiWniIex In lusi.
.1,0)0 hpud or xtralKht northMust Tovns cat
tle, lmvo licuM on prcMint ratiKo iicvon ycnrn,
Mill claBHiiHtoaiicsanil wx.-s iu mich HtllClC
itHunltydo, Will liraiul M(X) c.iIvch In Invi,
ltanch Iioiiki'k, pun-, corralH und ?or pouicii
sufllulcnl for a much lamer herd.
No..ur7. ' " " ""
i.l,oooiicnil or thn heit calilo lu U.o (date.
One oftho lrt hordo and located on ouuof tho
bent rauecN In tlm kIiiIc. (lood west Toxnn
cattlc.i'ioxHeil wltli Uuiliam hullH. Will mnr
tet n,0(l heoves and hranil S,W calves In ISO.
UfiRood ww ponli-H, and Iho miutu iilinihor of
atoclt horxcH. IMenty or Itvlnii water anil
mcK(iilto Knit's), uood ranch ImprovomeutH.
No better opportunity for Investment In the
No.. 'to I
4,'sohead of pood north went Toxiw cattle,
thlrty-llvo headH of uood lcell.hroko cow
borsen. uood ranch lmprneiiu'nti. located
in onnoriho uncut uralni; reulonu of north
went Toxnu. Tho herd Will brand l.'JW cUc
ami hen auonwxo ocecn in iti,anii iHoueieu
at rcuKoimlilo iIuuivh and on easy term.
.'!,iW liead of uood mi stern cattle eriulcd
m lib Durham, tlilrty.iho com- juiiiIcn, jjoou
rock ranch hoitxc, Macon and camp outfit,
and leu Motions ofuood hind entering uliitn
daut M'atur prh llo'(eii. IIiimi lieun on pruienl
riniKO three ycirif. Will nell Ihico hilinlrcd
bceu'H and brand hW rales In 18S.I. 'i'lil
herd Mill bo koIiI cheap and on eaxv pay
inentM. I'arlk'H ilcxlrlui! to hiikuro In tho
utoclt linmnchH, m III rind thU u banjaln.
I.ooo head or uood cuttlo a Hplnndld xnmll
Block, rut v(l on tho prenont ramto, plenty or
niHi, water and Hheltor, Will bu counted If
O.Ofiilheiid nflluo Improved xtock cattle, llfl.v
oxtiu cow pouloH well biolte, tln mure und
coIU, wauon and camp outlll. llnM) been on
iircM.'iit rauKO about four' yenm, and only
llurliiim bllllw IlKcd. Will brand l!.(00 cutei
In 1HM. A xptendld ntllKO wKh ubiiudaucn of
waicr, Krnnvnuii Mueiior, ivin nu npiu ai a
No. Sill. " " """"""""
1,0 K) lui'M lni)rovodcittl(i located for four
yearn on iiichcmi rails,'", wiiicn i iih K(oii iih
anv. Thf iHitdmltlrd tobo ono of the bcxt
imnll lierdH In north Toxan, Ilianded l.'KX)
cjiIvchIii IM2, and will luaiid l.'Oi In ItWI.
Till 1 1 v nr fortv irood nonlcn. Hunch Iioiihch.
wmcoiih nnd cauii to,ulpiiKCH. M'lII bo nuld at a
70i?ood Wentern cattle, brnl to Improved
bulla for II voypara. Youni; Htoclc, all nhow
KikxI blood, llrauded '1S1M (Jilvcu and hold
IOOIjcracs In IK8iai.il Mil brand .I.OOJ ciiIm'M
In IWJ, lUly wood mmIiIIo liorneti, uio acred of
mini, raucu iinpioveineniH, wukoiin, cornux,
campe'iulpaKe, etc., ah abiiiidauco of ui-iikh,
Mater and nhtlter. Will Hell the wholo or u
half In torcHt.
1,000 head of IlrHtcladH Wostern paltlo on u
iarKoraiiKM Mlth plenty of water and mass,
'I here aro now Wj la uvn lu tho herd und Mill
brand 100 iilven In IWI. Keventy.ll vo cow
ponli'H and ciiinp outUL A onr-hnlf Intercut
No.S-,-,. " " - -
S'J head of slrletly fIrHN'lasx cattle, have
been oi) picttnt raiiK for lour carx'T and
hao been bred U Improved bulli. Fifty
Kood homiHiind runch eulpa;e, and u Kood
s I oek of Iiokx.
(IJVJ head of uood Wenlcru ratllo crossed
with Durham bulls', Kevcnty-ilvoKOod luitbt
now In tho herd, Tjillty.nva Kood how,
wiikodhiiikI campouttlt. llao been nu Iho
prL(iit lamjiilUe ycr, Mhlcli Ulurco nnd
iiiis- plenty af mcttpilto khish, water uiul
n he Her,
UM head or cattto mcII mixed Mlth Our
hum In I :nitli counts' liavited on film raliuii
Mlthpleut or grum, water and shelter. Will
cIiish ubout as sua): cuttle Jtisuu Jyilo, Will bo
counted out u purt-liaser by Jium 1-1, iwi.
a.too head or mixed Htoclc cattle, about ft 0
orivineii are tiiry aroiu mcfm, rcmainuor,
moKlly cvum unit two-ieir-old. Jlut few
call oh or ycailliiBV. Will be countt out
uy winy in. ism.
A splendid now iwir-story brick livery ula
ble. situated lu tho baslnus port of Hie rlty,
niiililoliiiriiliii-ea lmsliiesH. lla an artesian
well jind wind-mill. WIIUiwoiiiiiKxIiitoovertOo
liorseM, unu Mill pay over ivveuiyuvoKrceui
on thu Investment, Will txj otd ut xcrca
lnuly loc iiiuc for ono-lmlf ili, und iml
mice ou longtime II I4'i tf
jio.a, """' !'"
Una dory brick houso ix7Q froiillnir on
Houston klu-et. Will ray i percent. on thp
Invtstuifnt leaned for twelve monll.Mx Also
one IramubuslncM hoiH.i'ixMi feet In me
Mov'K, ultkilea-wd for twelve months and will
pay '.ft percent. Homo time- given If delj.
Also vuramt lot near lxlWfc-etlncliidli)HH.
half lute) est liistmm wall.
rv brisk busln&w iioum on iiohsmmi
nG) Ml. iiswt All ttttMTO WW
HBdAtin iiy nw imitf fJ vmtmmt,
Ijv now s'fy h w fl"'1 - ,
Ciiaiiv. Vice l'rcs. G. W, AiiRjCAKnmt. Beel'v. u t
PORT WORTH, TEXAS,
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS
in Largo and Small Lots Bought and
1 nnT.rnnTQ inr iitia i iniirtH -r i ihijia - n..
Proporty Bought and Sold. A Fuji
or Desiring to Mako Iuvostmouts
"van imu ouo ub. t
Permission to the Banks and Bankers
tho Following Pai'UuI last, ori'ronerty now on our Books,
Itoui-oanu lot .In Mooro nml .Thornton'
nddlttou. I.ot mixlW act, and Iiouho lu
Kood repair. Wilt bo Bold cheap, u
No,S7l. " " " - - -
Aluritotwo Ntovy houio In tho mmlne
mirt or tho city on lot fior'oo feet. Contnlnk
iilRlit roonm. pnlntod, celled und papered lu
KiKid condition und will pny tM enty per cunt,
(in litYCNimeiit. Will bo fcold ut n ery low
ilRtiro ror citili.
AiudeRiiiitlurKotwo xlory rexldcnco con.
yenleut tobuxIneSKnndontlroly ueM', Con.
tijliu Hovoti rooniH phwtorcil tUrouliout and
almusl siuioundod by wmmodtous poielies,
Uiiitruriior. lot M)io) foot umloiio of th
most dcihiiblo plaeoH in thu city. At u bur
iiutn and oil ea-iy lemiH. tr
Heen roonm und u-ood buiu and uuIIiuuroh.
SplondldclHteriiiaxlilfeel. Wilt lionoldtit
No.Uli " " "
An oWBimtnoM' residence In lllrHchtlold'n
addition. eontnlnlUK 0 ronum nnd kltehen.
l'luntonul UirouKhtmt, trim roof, Kiate.i. uood
clolorn, brick .cryant'H house, Muble, ourn
and other convenlonceH. Will bo wild atcont
, A beautiful now two xlory lioimo and lot in
SiooniH Mlth all the modern eouvoutenceK
Impioved urd lth uleo Mhruhbeiy nnd
own? orchard, llneloied by iiom- wlittti iml
Ins fiuic. 'llu roof nnd plantmed nil thniUKh.
Htiibli', onthouM'N. etc. Will IiokoIiI very low.
KTnm: r "
aiueroHOflinid In Wltiihlln KnlU, on hntti
iddvx oftho rnllroiid. Will bo Bold on easy
No.jurT " "","
lloUHonmt lot In ,Ionnln'n M'nt addition,
olilholiNi), orchunl, clntern, xlableH, hhedn,
etc., at wist, Ono-thtrd caidi, und bulauo) lo
unit purclmi-ur. vi v tr
Now brick hotel In Denton. Inst enmnlcfml.
thtrty-cluht rooms with four Mores iiut!cr
neiiw lor pwu por lnontii.
sold at cost
A nplendld two-itory fra.no hotel In (lortton
on T. it l'.lt'y. In tho central pint or town and
dolDK n Niilendld biislueMH. Ki-rnlturo will
be wild with limine. Will bo Hold for purl
(.nsh and hiihinco on time.
, Now frame hotel, two-ntory, with 17 rooms
lu .Mineral Wollx, Would Nell or tent. Kur
nlHhed thiouKhoulaud lurultuin will bosold
with house, Kmnlturonll iieM-and llrxl-claiM
and Include n nice piano, Will bo wild for
'nlll coil and half cash.
An elcRnnt little house and lot on llrond
ni), rionlH sonili and contalUH 0 rooms and
other coiivenloucleN, outhouseii, utu, Kntlru
ly new and never hint been occupied. Will
sell below actual pout. '
No?.'lr " " ' "
(I uood residence luniHn from tl.'JOO to JIAlO,
iienr the business part or thoclty.
Nino hundreit mid fifteen ncrcg of Kiiod pas
line hind, threu inllon north or Denton, all
uniicr inree-wire lenee, iM'otjoou wiuef ihiikn.
Will also hell
H),ttM ncrpt renced jinsturn In Coleman
county for lent until afay I, lhrCI.
:t,iJiJ acren fenced pnsturo lu Homjuo county
fiirleasu until .In n (i l,ltil.
To Hlockmeii and fimneiH.
Tho owner bolnc nlloiit to leavo for Kuropo
ollorN for Aiilo Iho unsold purtlon or thut so
nerlor Biiney Id Denton county known iih
the Thorulou tract, contalnliii,''.,,t)V) acres lu
axolld body nearly wiu.ire, lyinjr on tho Mis
Moilrl I'acllIobelM'een Kurt worth and Den
ton adjacent to mo Aim io station, itcontnlu
IliKfiom three to four hundred hoick of tim
ber, and n nt ream of neer fiillliiu wuter fed
by sprlnuH, ruiix nearly through the centre.
Tno tract Ih mis-coptlblo of bclnj: oncloied at n
mnallcoHt. Amu inncli lorcatllo or sheen II
poiufosHoif raruadviiutaitt's such a lira seldom
presented ror mock qr larmini;. run win
inntv title, frvoot nil encumbrances. TormNi
ouo-thlrd cash and Imlauco In one, tMo and
three year In cciual payment with leu per
coin, Interest. Plata can bo mjoii on ftlililfca
tlon to thoofllcu ol
Till! 'I'KXAH iNVBMMKWTCaMI'AWY.
),WK) acroH ol splendid Krnclntc laud In
U hci'ler county oa Iho lu ad wafers or tho
WiiKhlta ItUcr. All In a solid body aud
loltmalitriio tract or nchool laud that muy
lie bought or leased. Host KUW.lntf land In the
iat ia-'ju tr
yirTJ) acres In Hcurry county, wltl over
lasllnir Mater, traverned by several nocr
fulllnx streams, Jinllnvid and school Inndx
on both HldeM that can bu secured nt low
tlKurt'itundon easy tcrni.t. In a solid body
and uimurpusscd ai Knilii Iniid, I -! tf
781 ocrcH.iilx miles north ot Tort AVorth.ut
cry low ilKurew, uud on easy terms.
100 acren of cedar tlinbor In Cor) oil county
near Texas nnd HI. IhiIk Jtallroud, Chiiuco
rorniiaylr.Kluvoiitmuut. limber will iiro
d uco iVOpustu per acre.
IUJ1 acres In lirowu county.
uiui at iow iiK'ires.
N"o, 'Hi. ' ' " ""
W acre's snith part of Tnrrunt count;', nt low
figures, ouo-thlrd uh nnd buluucu in 1 and
'Jj ears. .
i'.OW acres of fine Vrazlnir luml in IConiliill
county; well Matercd, and very low for push.
NO acres of laud In Houston county,
well Umbered pluo laiuU, uud Mllfbo sold
very much below the mantel value.
No. -I I.
1.700 acres In Jlell county, splendid nhco
ruiit'h with tluest kind of eras and overlap
iiiK Muter. Duellluif house, bngis, Jot, etc.,
will bo Hold for olie-UiIrd cash and baliiuro to
(1,0 VI acres In Ilaylpr In nrlous Ued traot.
ruiiglnifliiprlcolromKI.lWio fcWO, all spleii'
did Kruzlni; land.
:j,aucrcKln Hmltcll county, on tho Ilrnw
lu a solid body, a beautiful tract oDund orjd
Mill be nold cheap.
-.jj- - " '. ,--- . --
lWU,uprc In Areliorcoiinty.only twotnllen
uortiiwet of Archer City, ftptcndld tract of
land for i,'razln. .
No.ftJO. "" ' """ """ " " , " "
KW(tcrtM in wiinarxnr onuuiy, iiiwhh i
miles southwest from Vertun on Duavvr
(.'reek. About Mveiujcllnut of railroad ami
ncliixd lundjolu that.lf piirclmil,wnuld ulve
a ranch nearly Avuhmcii'H l MlUH'fl -ilupe
Will bu sold very loivforoue-lialf cash and
bulanco In 12 months,
isn) acres iu Uaylor county ou illjf WfchlU
Ittvor. Wlllttlofcell-wltlilida,ycM lf
oiilUsoclloiK.andun IndellnlUi ItWM tt W
nt')i- inury. . , ,.,,,',- ,
.. .. .. - rj
uu'ncrMi In T-mnt ouhty. ll mt yrmt ot
teim tt Ms ,. i.lijij 'I'l'i ii)ilwr-
Pf $j B- l"n- "'-'
,. 8 .
jii.',. j a
fJixt- - J aKflHj
Sold on Commission.' Willi
i?j i . k. ,
Lino of Properties -Always on5 H1I& t
will Find" it to'tfeirtmtoroit
. ,tM, Vi '
of Fort Worth.
2AH ncrw of land In Krnth county onlv in
No. 'SMI "
One-tljini leairuo mirvcy In Hood coiiniv
cjuitalulnB 1,070 acren by nctimt o'cftWi, iSnV
t m tiiiim four m ol Improvi d fiinng. OiiSf
casli and imlauco on long time. unw
No-"wb. ' "" "A -
OlOaeroKOfhiiuUn Youtis county on Rait
Creek In the northeast pnrto" e inly U u2i
o!y i'fi'"'"1 '" U,u t"ilti' '" wl 1h) oH
No.a?i ' " !
HX i avroi In Douton county, 0 nillw north nt
lVutoti mul iiultivblo for uriu li J. "iiilf
nultnblo for Krtultitf. On
7,010 itcrcR of riiiugrarlnfflnnil In tihlMniu
SS'SR ,Ml,wiV,U, Nll"',-fi MiltnUto fcreSlte
f uy-'i III, bo mid cheap.
NoTnsr " ,
l.'isoaereii In clay county, finet mtiXlw
iW,aW4'!I,,lnI u Sl-S
$.-m " --- -
i.liSacretf In Htonowiill county, on DflS)?
Mouniii n rork. Hp emlldKrarlnK In iS
No.iffl", " " ' '
About HOoo neion lu tho uithernt i,rt of
ii.keit county on n,u clear "I'orkft tti
HrnvoailMT. A beuutinil tiuci of gr'uaig
ln)ul,iind will bo robl very buy rercj-Vli h
' ' aku ncreHiibmit iho center ot l)Iclten .amty
'J.""...""" y'"," "'"" a iHirunm iur wen
1W nero till under fence, ono cf (lib lx Ut
to furniH liiTairiint county, Mlth W umvi oY
limber. Will bo wold ut u WkMii.
No.-M. ' -
WlacrrMln Johmiou county, I) mllw north
ol ( teliurno. partly In cultivation and with
oo;l orchni-d aud improvements Wilt W
old for one-third wh and baluiicotn 1 mid
No.2?t"7 " ' -- -
Hitlendld mini nt ma ncrci In l.irrrthf,
eouiity. nuiir tJrupovluo, lu u IiIkIi ulaiq or
cullUnllon. with "liU'iulldorelmrd nro iitu
Ido Improvements. Will be told vt t uiw.
Nirian, " ''
Kino fruit fnrni bf WJ nr in tTfmyon
(Mjunty, neur Whllesboro, with 10 ncres lu
fuilt iitHM and beurlni! well. AtiytiTliitm at
fruli, and one of tho host InvtutmentA iu ilio
state, One-hair raih and Imlimco In t and il
o.'iv.'. ' ' ' "
Aulrollltlofurni of 10) ncrcn In Turmnl
county, an uuuer feiico uuii a drably
adiinleufora small sheen rnni'li
soldveryJoM' for ono-tuiru cash and
i iiin mi .' yeurii.
') acred of land In Knuniinn en
under tenco uud In splendid cul
uood orchard, plenty of tlinbv'r and
uio moNi, oesiiauio ntrnis in tuat
W 111 bo od very low for oiio-tlilril 1
biiliincdlnl aiid 3 )oois.
HID aero farm, all under frnce, fo
eit of Kurt Worth on tho Wcathei f
.'100 acres In cultivation, bulnuco lu
Willi airtyacicH of uood timber. 0
liest ImrKiiliiH lu tlirt stole. Will l
uny terms to suit purchaser.
Hpleudhl farm of 303 ncrcn, ton ml
of lort Worth, Willi 70neroii under re
111 cultivation. Will bu sold fnr h.
and Imlauco ou lontc time.
A lino farm of HOacroiJn Hunt
gouthof flreeinlllo, highly Iniiirm
No, t residence find all thoconvenleii'
bo Hold very low aud ou easy terms.
Kami of 'Jli acres In Diillan county. !erci
under rencu and highly Improved, Mito, goof'
rusldcnce, orchard, wells aiidsiirlnus luason-
taliiH ,'l tiinunt tioiiKos, now Kin, prcut
Otc, all lu uood condition. Will bo so
aud ou Kood terms.
TSfiLWi. "" " "-
A lino mm 0 miles north of l'ort iVV rt'J
coniaiiiit;i.i0 acres all unuer fence.
, A'- toM
unu iiirmjiiK impiijiiionis win uo
m' j wiia
luriu ii oesireu,
(lood farm of WW acres, all under ruuy I'i
mites soulli or Kort Worth, Wlllbo .'tl very
A splendid larao farm o( 1,100 acren align
rrfeneu. M'ltlHU aerc of timber. llk-Nlr (in-
H1J,t1llllll4 Mill I.U Pwl,l 1IJI fill.
and balance In annual payments
proved, und will be said for rmo-tli'ni cwtt
No, 'jn. ''
n30acreBlnTarranicotinty.il mllo" north
west or Kort Worth, all under up' ana
hiKhly Improved, (lood house, well. iirlriK
undaJOucrcH lit timber. Will bo sold ih'a?
and on easy tonus. ,
yxJiu'ris In Hinlth county, In
-iillli'iitllri 'with L'Oflil flwclllr
hlzh stuw of
uood dwelllnif liQiuw rut
oilier Improvement. Will bo sold c) avJljr
cash, Home time kivcii ir required.
ifoiiTT.""" ' "T" ".,
iSuOnere In Tarmnt county, H miles souia
past or Kort Worth. IWacieH uudr ffncoanf
uoDlnlmiKOOd dwclllm houso, orcuuid, Isiftt,
Htalile, oto. Will trado for slock. - '
Nd.T-3I-5.T.""1 ' Zr- .f
Three Dtilondld r.irms In Jack couDiy-jorij
of 'M acre, one of 7 acres and no of wj
acres, alt with coiiifurliilile rtvrelllu.R .
hlhly Improved. Admirably BdHplvd tor
miiallMiegpruiic)ip, WJUb!old olimi fir
fiiwo Uom'i Vnrin-, ,.. , -,
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