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THE GAZETTE; ITOltT WOJtTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY. EE33IMJABY 27.
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t I liiniinHLtiiui tncaiv-
try uiit to Htilmcrlo-
Hi tliu fullowllitr low
Injr timttor, mndo up iroi
Ml iinpcr in tlio country-
..niuii In tun Mllllliry uill. u miuniziiu-
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era in all imrm 01 mo uiiikiiowiihiiuh""''
iuIiib rruo oi pvstnBu,
Subscription to dully And weekly In strictly
fidviunxi, and nil iuicih slopped when tit
BtiliscrlborH dotlrlnir the nddrpKB of the r
paper cimiiK011 "'" i"1 " ,ij"i ." .
communication both tho old una new nd-
ltornlt 'by Imfl on Kurt Worth, postolllra
money Older or rcKlMcrcil letter. If ent
othurwldO wo will not bo rospounlblo for
Adriiutuv UA7.BTTK, Fort Worth, Tuxiw.
" Hpeclmoii coplot) hunt free on upplleitiioii.
The fcioeit JouitNAii I'wiimbiIino Com
pany imr etiaMlthul Jtrnnch omc for Vur-
reipontlnice nntt (he receipt nf iiiirrHiertienr
...i ......rliifmi. mil vhife lUet of fic
;Kinjy' iNiMtailfon nlwniji ba funntt, tli
Ham Antonio AT). ' loforoiui fr7, 1).
W. Hinki.k, Manager.
Austin Oimrr tiwuff miff "( P'Aro
tired, It. M. Johnston, Manaucr, W. N.
Hi'KNCi: nU:. 11. Conni'.i,!,, AnMunl.
ri.oitAiioC'irY II. 1 1. lir.NTi.nv, Mwwutr.
It, J. Fiiwikson, AhMhIumi.
Tlio (nrlll bill which passed tho
senate originated in tliu house last ses
sion osn bill to rcdUcolnternul revenue
only, It reached tho senate, but that
body, after making varloiiH amend
iliuntR, KOinu of them relating loduticH,
did not take final action and tho
measure wont over, Early this session
tlio tttriu" commissioners' draft bf a bill
wan oU'ored as an amendment, and tho
whole Hiibject wan considered by tho
llnaueo committee and on tlio 4th
..f January tho bill. with
tlio commissioner's draft, vari
ously modified, was reported to the
senate. Tills Is tho bill still further
modified by tho senate which has
passed Unit body and Is now on tlio
speaker's tablo in tlio house. Tlio in
ternal reductions aro of tho taxes on
matches, patent medicines, perfumery,
bank checks, bank deposits and bunk
and savings bank capital. The special
license taxes and the taxes on tobacco
In its various forms aro also reduced.
An estimate irtudo on the basis of the
receipts for tho last fiscal year, muko
tlio reductions as follows, in round
Mulches J 3,:iW.()00
I'uKint medicines, etc .,... i.oOo.W)
Hume cnecicH -"'.''"
Hunk deposit i 4,800,000
Hunk capital (l,CO,0ot
To Local Agents.
All orders for HutmcrhUlnn
nccowpunicu by (he momy.
altoilton h juiiU
Totiil taxes ubollshed !lH,7fO,0J
Bnnlul Hcoiiho tuxen .
Total til Ken reduced ....
Total lusc jbollsliod
Gni.lnK-Fitrin Lund i'orSalu.
Knur lots eiu'h, aboutfiO.OOO.ono 100,
000, one IMlO.ihM) acres. Tliu only huge
bodies to be had in tho state in or
ganized comities. Assures security,
rapid enhancement in value, extia
desiiablefor usoor Investment.
13. H. OllAllAM,
Orahum, Voung Cminty, 'I'oxas.
Tor Rtiir stiiluK: Northerly to easterly
wliuU, paitlully cloudy weather, loeal rutiiM
noir eouiit, stationary or n kIIkIiI rlso lu tho
ti'inujiiiiiirc; lit tho wt portion Htutloimiy
or lower baronietei'.
Tun CSawvitj: unintentionally re
ported Mr. 1'arsoiiB as voting no on
tho final passage of tlio school lax
resolution a few days ago. Tills was
an error, as ho voted aye, and we lake
pleasure In making tho correction.
Tin: school lands of Sau Jacinto
county, 17,71-aeres located III HrNeoo
ivnd Hwisher counties, aro on tlio mark
et for sale or lease. This land Is In one
botiv and will bo sold or leased on ten
years time, Parties desiring to secure
the land can learn full particulars by
addressing (I. U. Hyrd, Cold Springs,
San Jacinto county. '
irnrsi-ciawsui'iiiuK"Kuc. jiBimummv .. u.,.,,,,1- tho
. . . . . . . i l MiWHinti auMwix .-
lurm, WHICH runs mooring men uy re
ducing tho purchasing power of their
Clrund totiil , ll,TO,0O
The rovemte will bo cut down to the
full amount of the taxes wholly abol
ished, but the loss from deduction will
probabiv not reach the amount s.latid
above, 52'J,S0(I,)0( slneo the Increase In '
the population of the counlry will in
crease tho production of tobaoet .
However (the dimluultion ofinlornnl
revenue will nearly bo $3(1,000,00(1.
When any one proposes to nay wha t
the oU'eot of tho new larifl bolicdntu
will bf, as regards revenue, he merely
makes a random giies. The flnanco
coinmitlee estimates the reduction of
the duties at .'10 per cent., but no one
can oven venture an opinion ns to the
Direct upon tlio revenues. The fact that
lower rates of tarlll' often produce
more revenue and hleher rates. Less
revenue precludes the possibility of
estimate as to the result. The public
aro simply consoled with tho knowl
edge that a revenue bill is passed, 11 It
succeeds lu the house, and must wait
to ascertain what Its efl'ccts will be.
the golden eggs, while tho resident,
conservative union man is loft to con
front tho demands of an unyielding
landlord and tho rcproaohes of a fami
ly whoao comforti ho has jeopardised
because "ho couldn't go back on (he
boys." After "a strike" It is always;
dlfllctilt to find u man who endors cs it
much less inaugurated it, and yet, while
it lasts, it is equally ditllciilt to find a
man with moral courage sufllcicnt to
resist .vhat ho declares ho was opposed
to I Was thereover tyranny greater
than this, where even a free man's
mental facilities and moral perceptions
aro enslaved !
The uiiliii encourages "tramping."
Olio urguihenl, in especial favor with
typographical unions, used to prose
lyte nnil jo strengthen tho backbone
of wca't (Irelhrcn is, that nono but a
tinionnian can hopo to get work in
New lioilt as well as Galveston; in J
OliarL'slon as well as San Krancltco,
w uoo a man wisnes to travel over
tho iouutry for tho benefit of his
healli or (o look at tho scenery, tho
argvnent may have f'oivo j- but to the
maitif family, to tho man who wishes
to sillo down, it has none. If he
doest'.t want to go to San Francisco,
why Mould lie aid men who do In
makigau unjust demand upon the
emplyer in Charleston? "Where a
0 4).oo tinio "controls" an olllco no non-
aooVouo mild man can hope for employment.
1Ijhj,ood Tlusnlv road to work lies tliromrb tho
unlfj, although the employer may
lmvjspeclal reasons for wishing to
glvci certain man employment. Tn
Honinstances even residents are re
fusj admission until the union has
reapi to antleipato "u strlko" when
i sudmeii are admitted not to insure
1I work, but to prevent them from
fnllig tho places which tho union
exjets to vacato and to so cripple the
enloyer that ho will bo forced to
ciredo to the contemplated demand !
BJwheu tho traveler drops In and
sljv's his card, he gets work and
nicy, either to M(uander at tlio
nrest wiloon or to lift him still l'ur
tj' on Ills voyage Around tho world.
': existence of a union attracts ev
il traveler with a card, lie knows
ls solid in tliat town. The card Is
(only reipilslte, no matter If tho
jdent union men are trying tosavo
j money to buy homes no matter
.it tho inducement to conllnuouH
r tho gentleman with the card
td have work, or, "the boys" uro
jut Senator IIawi.hv is correct.
v ' t
Telegianis to the Q.r.w"
reported a senatorial dlsuv.
exlBlenco of a typographic '
the evil when ho
wages, and then favors trades-unions
In this republic "unions" which are
the product of old world tyranny and
hae no place In tho laud where per
sonal freedom Is tho boast. No man
Is personally free who Hiirreiiilrs his
Clod-given right to labor for himself
and family Into tho bunds of an organ
ization too often controlled by tho very
worst elements. A free American's
first duty Is to himself and family, and
lie eiif hives himself when ho submits
to the dictation of a majority In a trado-nulon.
. of the t'
"iwJ ID. I&b
'!. Ml. alia
-lu'le of il'Jt
nttld . p
ThiiurlnioiH wore lllto any othur eluss of Yiftuln a losing
iborei-H uml hud it periei't .ilwht tiHorni.ithSo- ... , niunv,
IuIIoiih for their mutual heuwilt, to iiricu on , lao 'illo Hit
t1'"".' :. i.i ..i, r.... .I..,,.. I........ .ii..i
to Ritv they would not work forlesU. but they
huuno ilishttoMiy llmt another iniiii, uotn
member of their uisoehillou, should not work
. . t..lu..ul.. .. I llil Jllll.ilU.I 111 ill. Ll
fOI lOhM IIIHII HiUir P'iKW l imtiiinK-uiiMiwmF
' . . a . .! .....1. i.i.ill ll.tiilltul l.'fl 11 L I tl'lll
Knliist him nnil he
i ho rlKht ofimu Hiieh initu iiualnst i'O.OM whs
insi an mi)d n tiieirs ai
la an Interview conecrnlngthoMex
' iciiu treaty, Senator Maxoy Is represen
ted as saying: "1 look at this treaty
from u broader standpoint than sugar.
J uoo in this treaty a way opened to
uvontnully give us the entire control of
tho coninicrco of tlio American conti
nent. Wo ought to control all of this
trade, but wo do not." England,
France, and Germany get tho richest
of all that Is south of us. If wo onco
L'ot n uood hold In Mexico wo
will with our railways drive tho
European traders out of tho country.
There la another point of vlow In
whioh this matter Is to ho looked at.
Wo aro beginning to wantiv market for
our manufwclured goods, fur our
machinery,' agrteultural implements,
carriages, etc. Why, you know that
tho Mexican duty on a buggy now is
S-HO? It is nbiolutoly prohibitory.
JJliu same thing Is trim '.about n ar
tielo that wo want to send to Mex
ico. Wo now sell nearly all our man
ufactured goods lu u homo market. If
wo want to grow rich as a nation there
must be a chiuigo in this respect.
Again, iftlila treaty goes Into efll-ct,
tho ties of t'ricnitehlp between the
countries will become stronger. Our
Nirder troubles will gradually cease
and we shall rapidly reach n footlug of
thorough eonlldonoo and harmony. 1
do not heilevo that free sugar from
.Mexico threatens harm to our nugtir In
dustry. 1 hellovo with Grant tliat It
will be a good while before Mexico
will bo hUIo to produce sugar enough
tor homo consumption. Anyway, If
there should in a foV years bo an lm
Vortatlon of sugar, tho amount will not
bo miluelout to rttlecl tno price or
IViulslauti and Texas sugars. Without
particularly fearing harm to our mgar
industry J f-o great beiietlts to Novc
Orleans and Galveston, Those two
cities, IftUey liuvo tho enterprise must
control tho bulk of tho trade of this
country with Mexico. They aro tlio
nearest shipping polntB and to them
tho trade will naturally flow, I have
not read tlio treaty, but what I luvvo
lu'artlpfUkwIitmu to thlnk Ulghly
While Mr. IIawmjv is eminently cor
rect In assorting tho right of any class
to form association, there Is good
roiihon why men should consider well
before exercising tho right. Tho power
and elllelenoy of ti trade-union is in
direct ratio to tho Implicit adhesion of
lis membership 1h dependent, In Tact,
upon tho subserviency of tho indi
vidual to tho collective will. This
question of labor, which involves
wages, is one ull'ceting tho food and
tho ralnmont of a man's family. Who,
then, is so competent to decide
whether ho should work or not, as ho
upon whoso decision depends tho meat
and bread and comfort of, perhaps, a
pehthses of laborers haven right to
Li associations for their united ben-
M they have no right to
m uUlllion I tax on em-
to get t vn with cows
i for m-ikht' tuttcr unu eirua
fi'i.tilv whei.' employers aio
islovn mtu tin u own pockets to
business and thus
nieut for a largo force.
Xher have they tho right to any that
fmplnycr shall not glvo work to
union men. .Neither have thev
ight to dolor other men from ac-
ilng situations which they liave
n up. Neither have they the
it to fix a schedulo- of prices ImU
ident of the cmiiloyer's consent,
j more than the clerk lias, or the
:eryinan lias to force his goods on a
i'li!inr :i. n own nrlm. "Vulllini-
o thoy tho right to proclaim
nioelves the champions of labor
Uo endeavoring to dissuade or force
irers from getting the work tho
or came to perform. All "classes
( the, rlffht to form associations for
!r mutual benefit," and all employ
have tho right to say to whom they
I elvo oinnloyinent ami to nirrec
u tho price to bo paid for It, wlth-
subinittingsuch agrcoment to tho
wife and ehitdreuV fn cases of "Imn of any association made un In
"slrtko" where unjust or arrogant de-:j r ,oll working elsewhere, and of
niunds aro refused, "tho union" geitcr-, -wltli no Interest whatever in tho
ally seeks, both by passionate ppcH.ess ,. fnlluro of tho business.
and Intimidation, to letter tliepersonalloGA.irrrr. lias learned Us rujht
liberty of which this eounUy boasts lna C08lly experience-but tlio lesson
preventing men from remaining tiuovor i,0 forgotten.
work, except upon termsdlctated by tho,
union, and oven bribery and force are- ,.,. ,,..
not considered lllegltlniato by trades-' U,W1,
unions to restrain their own meinbcr.
and non-union men front accopthiivonlng of District Court Railroad
employment on terms ionised by the "Work to Begin.
union. Onco Induced, on sniospoclou
plea, to connect himself with a unloni,oUl , ,h iluv.xxe,.
amanllnds It ditllciilt to resist tnylor, Fobt'iiary ai.Dlstrlct court
arguements and persuasions wlttivoued hero to-day. Tho grand jury
which lie Is plied to aid and county oinpauelcd and was charged by
nance tho organisation Injiome frestlgo Hobcrtson. Tho charge was an
.i...i,..twi iittnn the Pimilovcr o maf and iutercitlng one and will no
denumdiiponllioempioici. aohb rucuiT0 e-unest consideration.
tor how conservative a man may hc ilockeKs, both criminal and civil
no matter now reasoiiauio; uo mattoj crowueti aim win consume every
ntoi too time allowed hero,
emor Jt. H, lluli'jiml general
fir nf lit., 'Piiviiu .1- C
service If lea to his own free will if lfaijH railway left' tho city
Is out-voted and coeclvo mea&ures m morning for Dallas, Greonvlllo,
how earne.stly;deslrou8 of the omploye,'annt
welfare; no matter how zealous in thfe'
service it lea to his own ireo win n iaijH
lx luiKvoleil and coereivo mea&ures lis moi
decreed by the union, ho must go wltl;Unr bnrliigs and other points on
it i . .. , ... i. wiuimniu,ii intmiiwl ntW Dallas branoh of that road to ask
tho boys or bo OS raolscd, tnutitea nti a,as01m,,le extenslouof time on
contract to reach thesn
when, if granted, work will
slimed. Tno Hoods and
ansn-t hud delayed the
Insulted. Ills uuty to iiimseu "er
fmiillv is subordlnato tohlsobliKatlolies.
to tho union; his son'so of fairness ! J' resji
Jitrttlco is repressed; Ids landlord, UutollJ t '" ,Av5.
cr, baker, grocerymtm are overlookirt rt nnnoiiuced that tho D.vlliii car
in his recognition of tho claims ohd agrioultural Implement works will
union too often controlled by men wMUiup work next week under tlio new
, ..ii.iih.i.i.ii Jiiagement. Upwards or a hundred
havonotesponslbllltydotohltig "I&pioyoeH Imvo been out of employ
tlieiH muyliap, no local habllct ,jtiring tlio suspension of threo
Hon, no local interest, IndllXeriiontUH.
us to wlioro they are, liSJierlffHftrrlH of McLennan county
i . 1.n... In .inrlkn" fori111 lVO Oil tllO hlto north boQuil
as much at Uouto In a strike wrJaln4o trtkciR A simwnon, nowlu
contain tlio north s they aro ruriHn,wji back to Wnco to nustyeriu
conU In tho south, With such pe Ids crookedness at that place,
imtctto gentleman nt tho death JTlio wlfoof O. T. Campbell, superin
piuuvm h1-"" i,lft Jtnlent of tlio Texas Kxpress Com-
tho goose that laya the golden ,y, (iteil 8Uddely at the family res
there Is no regret ; they can mcauieuce 0u Rosi avenue yesterday
in freMi llelds wUcvo otUer kocso joming of hert disese.
SB ifc. to .7W Hhould be kei.t close to (ho
U Morl.ll.tu. but side during, tho nUuvu salutation,
ffii .moiinti the 'Half an, hyurs airn.cilcr v I ako
ror'sonio days past been eoitnivpu 10
her bed by lllnewi, and'who wits not
vxpoutod to Itve:1 ' HlniidliiK athor be
ulilii mm"iHImi bUarrival ho found the
WILL OFFER THIS WEEK THE FOLLOWING LIKES OF HEW CO0OS:
Silks and Satins in all the New Shad
WOOL DRESS GOODS-NEW SHADES AND FABRICS,
3XTe-vs7- Style SatlnQ
' ML THE RAGE THIS SEASONSOLID COLORS AND FIGURES TO MATCH. '
WHITE GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
CAltPETS, RUGS, 3IATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC.!
ALL OF THE ABOVE LINES OF GOODS WERE BOUGHT AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICES, AND WILL BE SOLD THE SAME WAY.
EVANS & MARTDfi
I'rljttly Ash Hitters' baf
Death of Two Young Frenchmen
mp,oltt to thn Ouxatto.
Dallas, February 20. A private tele
gram from Sweetwater stivs that
Maximo Uuillot and J. Chllllet, two
young Frenchmen of JXiliu, who had
recently engaged in business at Sweet
water were shot and instantly killed
at that place yesterday. Tlio news
was a shock to this community as tlio
young moll occupied liij;h social posi
tions here. .No -details have yet
reached the city. Max CJuillol was
the son of one of tlio wealthiest and
oldest citizens of Dallas and was a
young man of great talent
and promise. J to was
ambitious to enter political life
and that was one of his objects in go
ing to tho now western Miction of
Texas, whore ho would encounter lc.is
obstacles and rivals for civic honors.
A sister, Miss May (Julilot, hits at
tained much local celebrity as a liter
ary writer. The bodies of tho young
men will arrive in Dallas to-morrow
Governor It. 11. Hubbard, general
solicitor and agent for the Texas it St.
Louis railway, is in tho city to meet
the business men of Dallas at the board
of trade looms to-morrow evening at
a o'clock. Tt is an important meeting
to Dallas as well as to the company.
Thos. Grlfllth, a section bos, and
John Nash, a laborer on the Gulf,
Colorado fe Santa Fe have been ar
rested and jailed charged with forgery
and swindling. GrMlth certified to
fraudulent timo cheeks using fictitious
names. Nash collected tho money
anil then divided. Thoy will un
doubtedly go to tho penitentiary.
Moro About Sheridan -Telegraph
-Dociaion in a
control of the
were crowded at
Xow York, February 20. The de
partment of state received an applica
tion from the llritihh government for
tlio extradition of 1-. J. Sheridan, sus
pected of complicity in tho 1'lwnix
park murder. Sheiidan is attached
editorially to the stall' of tho frMt
Worlil. He says he is glad the llritish
government asked for his extradition,
and says lie is anxious to appear in
couit as it gives an opportunity to
show tho world how tno people aro
treated in Ireland. Ho has ho
fear of being retained for
sulllclent grounds for it can not be pro
duced. He thinks he will defend him
self in the matter, and is not in tlio
least afraid. Ho intends to remain
just where lie is. Sheridan arrived In
tills city October 10 from Paris. Tho
previous year ho hud resided in diilbr
eut parts of the continent. Ho has
been employed in the olllco of the
Industrial World since he arrived
hero. Ho denounced, in bitter terms.
Town Councillor Caroy, reformer, 4
wiiu.su les'.unoiiy no stigmatized no
Judgo Barrett in tlio supremo court
to-day gave a decision on tin- applica
tion niado to hint some timo inro by
Attorney-general KumcII for leave to
bripg action in the naniooi'tho people
In relution to H. Cameron and Jay
Gould against the Western Union
Telegraph Company, to vacate the
charter of their corporation. Tho oourt
grants tlio application because tho
facts justified it and public Interest
demanded tho bringing of the suit.
Now York, February iM. A circular
is to be issued to-morrow by ex-Secre-tur.wWindom,
lion. John W. Condlor,
of UTjston, and Harvey J-arrlngton, qf
this city, stating they lmvo agreed to
become trustees of tho new stock
exchange. A largo number of appli
cations for membership has been made
already. Five hundred seats aro to bo
sold for IS.OOO each. It Is Intended to
open tho new board on May I, lbSl).
day. At St. Mary's church Itev. C.
b. Mcbsery, superintendent of tlio
American branch of the Augustlan
order, said lie proposed soon to give a
detailed statement of the finances of
too church society and would leave
nothing undone to meet the obliga
tions. Jt is considered tlio mortgages
on the church are comparatively u
slight inconvenience. Tho only
matter for serious con
sideration is the interests
of depositors. It is said the society's
indebtedness is between four and live
hundred thousand dollars, but with
the receipts from orders in threo
churches and two chapels in Law
rence and Methain, with extraordinary
oll'orts he hopes to meet the financial
obligations in a few years. He ex
pressed the utmost eonlldonoo that the
Catholics of Lawrence would .subscribe
according to their means to free tho
church from all indebtedness. Two
years ago lie collected in Now York,
J'ennsylvaula and Boston $11,000,
which was applied to decrease the
Condition of Works on the Lower Mis
Cairo, III., February 20. Tho river
to-night measures o2 feet and a half
inch, a rho of a half inch since last
night, and is now stationary. Every
thing is quiet to-day and as'the Ohio
lias begun falling at I'aducah it is ex
pected to bo on the decline hero to
morrow. A slide on tho levee bank
occurred lasl night but was promptly
repaired. The heavy winds of last
night seemed not to affect tho levees
It is clear and cold to-night.
Now Orleans, February 20. The
Times-Democrat St. Joseph special
says the water is running tluough the
llurdbcriibhlc levee and tho back lands
of lower Tensas ami Concordia n.ir-
lshos are expected to be overflowed. -Vicksburg,
February 20 Tho levees
broke at Panther Forrest fifteen miles
below Arkansas City on the Arkansas
side. Tlio erovasse is one bundled and
fifty yards wide and the water is go
ing through from three to four feet
deep. Tho water will overflow a large
section of tlio country and passing into
JSouf river find an outlet in tho Ouach
Handling Crooked Pay Chocks Tho
fcipoi-iul tu rhnCltixottn.
Temple, Tex., February 20. A man
named Nash was arrested here Sun
day, by Town Marshal MoMnhon, at
the instance of the Santa Fo authori
ties, charged with some crooked work
about pay checks.
J. J. Prensty, census taker, has just
finished his duties hero. His returns
give Temple a population of 1,733.
A btring band lias been organized
with ten pieces, Prof. Dermeyer in
An opera house is in tho immediate
future for Temple. Messrs. Blvtho
aro tho principal movers in the ailuir.
Parties aro contracting with
ticket agent McKuino of the Santa Fo
for transportation of from thirty to
o0 people from Iowa and Wisconsin to
settle In Bell county. They intend to
follow farming. Cotton receipts to
tlato 1-1,500 bales.
satisfaction In nil .i... i.T.V'1
During tlio past two yoa f bSl
several-gross, and the do.L.M
Htlilltlv iiim'ftnuitit 1..1.I..1. ." WH
this remedy comes up to alht
Haimedforit: An cllUalrfS
tlio blood, as well as of Mipimw
tern. Physicians in this ucthtfS
often recommend It." 4i?
The liidciiuiitlcnt V&
i-uuusueu oy tno llov. J.jjuS.
of Waco, is now on sale btW
newsdealer in the city. TfoS
sales for the lirst three days ki$
to -1-5 copies. Parties dtWrlDB'K
scribe may call on T.Mi,
Evans & Martin's. Price mS
ullhcntMifLn 4M lf . 1
ti..i.uun tx.uu I'Urycar
Strong Efforts to Relieve tlio Cred
itors of tlio Augu3tian Society.
Luwrenoo February 20. Attach
ments continue to bo placed on tho
AngUBtliin society despite tho im
plied threat of tho executive commit
tee that no subscriptions would bo
called for unless the suits already en
tered wore discontinued. Threo at
tachinentH have been served on Arch
bishop Williams, of Boston, who us
exofllchi controls tlio Catholic church
property of tills diocese. It seems now
as though tho Augustlan society will
bo forced Into Insolvency. The sub
scription thus far towards retrieving
tho Indebtedness amounts to $3,:500.
Special attachments wore ulso made
on tho rail cstato recently conveyed by
tho society to Michael Carney, Peter
Hallhan, James McEnery ami J. D.
The Roman Catholic churches under
LaJuntu Col., February 20.
President Toualin. General
agor Wheeler, Trafllc Manager?Go(4
dard and Chief Engineer Uobiusou of
the Atchison, Topokn and Santa Fo
railway passed hero this morning
in a special train for Now Mexico. At
Alborquerque they will join President
Win. Ii. Strong and proceed on a tour
of inspection' of tho New Mexico and
Mexico lines of the company. Tho party
will proceed to Guaymas for tlio pur
pose of Inspecting the now nort if i.n.
1 try ami have warehouses and wharves
constructed lor tho reception or freight
from China, Japan and Australia to
bo landed at Guaymas by tho steam
ships to ply between those ports.
In Aid of the Nocdr.1';
Received from an unknown con&J
tor (O. T.) through tho jM
Daii,y Gazijttu the sum of,oae4l
...i iui uiu muuw mm iivecmidrm
uo to Keller's for vour wnranj'y
rrlnn ntwl nM,..u ....1.1.. 1 "... 1 m
B """ wiuer veiucies. 0-l!if
A mii...l.,t.. .....t.1i 1 .. K
" v.uiiiiiun- itiitiuiuu toaiiiDiH!
poison are Carter's Liver BHlefVj
free from (liiinino and every thhai
jurious. Try tlicin. Sold al,U
.sale by L. N. Brunswig. &
If you aro tired biking fLoiatpi
fashioned griping pills, try Cjft
Little Liver Pills and tuko som'tla
fort. A man can't stand everytW
One pill a dose. Sold at whole!
L. N. Brunswig. ,$
Mr. W. A. Garner, late In fei
stock commission busings, fenoi
the employ of this company, and '
bo found at its olllco on Secpnthta
ready to represent its interests1 aal
givo his attention to its busincts.?
Fort Worth, Feb. loth, 1683. ,t
! .. ! i
A JSrascd Injector free with a
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrnh IWiw
Prico CO cents. Sold bv L. N Bn
For dyspeptia and liver coms
you have a printed guaraiiteoonrE
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizcr. Jtw
fails to euro. Sold by L. N. Brnnss
Pliysicians prcscribo Colden'iu
Beef Tonic for the weak, wore
dyspeptic. Take no other. V
Blck ItBoaacho nml rcllcTO nil thotw
dont to a lilllous Kit-) of Hie rtf B. '2S
rim-s, Naiirws Drowslnof"'. uirfjva
1'ain la tUe S- to, A Whllo UiriM
nraAwho. yet Carter's Little Urnmt!jj&
wn. f jt .iXlUK 1IU1 U
valunblo In Coiiti-itIon, curliyf
tliUiuiuojlnKcoan.llnt,vTnuo im, ftttm
tho bowcU. Jica U M 1
rilE OLD STORY.
A Man Stealing a Rido Killed by tho
, , Oars.
)inl to Criiy.rtt...
Denison, February 20. Parties on a
south bound trlan from Atoka fround
thobody of a man horribly mutilated
within a short dlstanco of Atoka.
()nc of the man's feet was found and ho
is supposed fo have been a tramp who
was stealing u ride. There was noth
ing on his person by which ho could
thr U.oy wnnM bo ftlran-t tlffittffi
muer from tliiu distressing oonP',ic!J' Si
natdy tholr Eoolnel dor J ""'g'S'
who ouro try them will lMyhMW5Jpl
lo do without them. DutoftcrUP,:
Dr. S.M. Brown. Onince. Texan.
bays: "I have Ihhhi nilliinr iimom'.
Iron Bitters for no mo i,miiia n,.H
have an iubreaaing demand for U."
U tlio bnno of to many lire thai I ! jj J
woko our crcat bout. Our ym " J
others do not. , . it'3
Cartor'a Llttlo LlVT rills r WE'I
iavf mo etrictiy Tt
ro etrictiy Tti.;u.u.---- w -
bat ty their pernio "iif4K.
tf drujalots every wherr, or ',;5,VSa0.,
S.nu'M A f
IJU wnww--v- )
w ..-. ml
but room " iWHrXwL.
nw -H.-H.TiTi. M
ting in in-jii" appear
tiolutlpj) i3 nut much
wo can on i or u
"ttirs for boit.