TIIE GAZETTE: TOUT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 10.
fciv 'nU ifttfortcillf ,
hi Itulfetln.1 : v
lihrf recently doom1 re
Lviitiun of tho (Inllv
I,-giving tht'Ir rcnMons
roenient 01 um mini-
lllo law is quite fre-
iced mid that crinii-
At they hnve means
positions In society .
oi justice tiro mots
i causes mac may ue
state of things are
Inly a few Miall we
Itulcs regarding cou-
coedingly lax, and a
term to term inny ue
8 lelitest pretinse,
Id Itself along until it
(rei'lini), the prlii-
agiilust mo ac
have in some way
iyond the liroucsd of
i me consequence is
liiitt. theitato is leu-
h make its case. The
cm certainly needs re-
ve noi me snaee 10
Is the staichambeied.
ii and nraetiee of our
of lurisimidence. A
convicted of n most
d theio may Ue no
ilt, but upon borne
ity, on account of
nee from the extreme
dee subleties of the
nl. because. nerhan.
'een erroneously spelt,
thm sonana is
veidlct is cither
distiict court, or if it
h new tiial tho caue is
h w - . ...
tinioourt ot appeals, wiiicli
nice oi a new irnu 11
ighte&t lltuv or iricgu
ceddings. For instance
word ih-dt spelt "list,"
which is clear to any-
ttial is gianted.
comes back, is con-
uvcrnl teims, and is
d. or a mock tiial is
efendant is acquitted.
Ised to think the pres-
is tlie chief cause of
f "not guilty" wlieic
a doubt of the guilt.
e present jury sy.-
a nicasuiu tlr-
the fault does not
smore witii-tne couits
n fact We aie rather in-
Sbeuevo that if the juiiesin
casejvoie miidf judges of the
illWf the facts it would ba'.a
cmentupon the pretont
.system. From ionic
e tne lawyei are
his evil of failing to
aw. J sut not o. it
to do all honorable
jithlng'j to see that their
navu a lair iriai, out
acquittal if it can bo
iir to the laws as tney
jijii wit." ftiaiiuu mnm.
Udleial frniue-woik aic
nil most perfect known
m, mspatcn u tne ciuej
Pfjrlniiiuil code. Clime is
OTJiii the lealm one
tand a few weeks
Ke iiicnt, .elapse before
r is brought to trial, con-
lie sentence executed.
d is to lid our eutiie
l of its star chambered,
sense, ot its useless tecu-
h delicate subtleties, its
istlnctions without dif
oaden and expand the
icudmentsT and to ro
of continuance's, ren-
ore dillicult to secure
and only then, where
nsistent with the aims
justice. When this is
i in the execution ot tne
11 bo had and practice,
nlver&ul complaints will
cd into laudations of the
in tho ceitain
gen into n
ulc miserable by indiges-
iption, di7Ziues3, loss of
follow skin? ShiUh's Vital-
itivecure. bold by li. JS.
Jvfioda water direct from tho
'-.-.1 .....!. r...t,. ...
sanii iiuiu nuii. j ii3 uv
tJl T.-I. ..-!-. .1. ,
rE Jl'VtiL IIAUGHX.
Tho Naila Collcctorsldp.
There Is gfoat'grief In Nevada" over
iho loss ofa eolleetorshlp. A,cbllector
lliis very little to do in Nevada, niitjiiiB
tliero weie only about OQ.OQO peoplJTin
that state at the last census, and the
population lias diminished since,
tho administration found it en
tirely feasible to liavo a California
man run over the border occasionally
and attend to th busineirf. Hut Ne
vada feels slighted in eonseqiieneo and
send indignant protests to Washing
ton. Hue- is very sensitive on such
points. Tliero are dissatisfaction when
the last liver and haibor bill thai was
passed omitted to contain any provis
ions for that state. Its representative
In congress was severely censured, but
he defondedjhlmsclf by pointing Io the
fact that there a as neither a liver nor
a haibor of any description within the
bouudmics of the state; that he had
hunted diligently for something which
might resemble one, but In vain. He
pioinised his constituents, however,
that lie would try to make things
oven in tho public building line.
"Whether he has or not we aro able to
Nevada really has no ground for
complaint. Her 50,000 or 40,000 In
habitants get more from the national
government than any other equal
number of people lit the United States.
They have two f-enators and one lep
rescntatlve in congress, whereas they
aie entitled to only about a third of a
representative and, at a liberal esti
mate, a tenth of one senator. They
have alio a United States district
jutliie, a unusual, clerk, etc., for n pop
ulation one-tenth that gi the. city of
St. Louis. Each one of its cltueiis has
10J times as much power in the scnute
as a citizen of New York, with a eom
paiative ccitainty of the dlspiopoilion
being increased as the year pass. The
decline In the yield of the bonanza
mines means a gradual depaiturc of
the people to more favored legions
Probably the most lucrative employ
nient that remains to tho citizens of
tSTevada at present is tho election ot
United States senator and lepiesenta
tives. Take that away together with
the money expended by the United
States olllcials, and the state would be
literally starved out of existence. So
long at wealthy citizens of San Finn
clsco retain the fashionable desire to
decorate and amuse themselves with
senatorships there is no danger of an
utter collapse of the commonwealth.
The form of state government can be
sustained on their account alone.
The merging of Nevada into a Cali
fornia internal levenue distiiet sug
gests strongly the piopiiety of merg
ing tho whole state into California, or,
what is better turning it into a ten i
toiy again. It. was an over-sight in
the fraineis of the constitution not to
provide lor the extinction of rotten
states, so to speak. Nevada is not
only shrinking in population, but it is
glowing feai fully demoialied on gen
eral piinciples. Within the last few
years it has actually turned democrat
ic. But, ot cotnse, It is liable to change
to anything that the Han Fianei'co
senatoiship-seeker willing to pay the
biggest pi ice desires. The" be-t thing
for a state of this description to do in
the present instance is to keep quiet.
i. lteuu'ted N.Uion.
"ew York Tribune,
There can be no stronger proof that
in a reunited nation tho wounds of
the war of the rebellion have been
liea'e J than the' fraternal meetings of
the veteian soldieis of both aimics
and the voluntary restoration of tro
phies won in hard fought battles. The
survivois of the battle of Wilson's
Creek the blue and the gray are to
hold a leuulou in Spiinglleld, 3Io,,
next month, and the people of the
south-western paitof that state prom
ise them a hearty welcome. For three
days these scarred waniors, who last
met each other at tho point of the bay
net, will peacefully tight their battles
o'er again, and tell those stories of gal
lantry, of coinage, and daring achieve
ment that can never grow old in tho
mind of the veteran. To-day the mil
itary cadets of Lexington, Virginia,
will place in the custody of this city a
war-woru llag captured by Virginia
cavalry from a leglniont of New York
volunteers at the battle of Cntlett's
Station, almost twenty yeai- ago.
These young men are of the new gen
eration in the South. Their visit and
their leception show mice more how
completely tlie dividing line lias ueen
obliterated and how the bitterness of
the old contliet has passed away.
tSDf'iilh r a VlntllclUo mm a
niidit. about ten o'clock
iuirhn was returning from
is shot and instantly killed
Iknowu pui ties, iHMr Jell'er-
ns shot twice wiin a pistol
kr, and nis norse receivou
It uucK-iiioi in me uony.
Sis a lepublican who seemed
it t no war mm enoeu no
1st bitter and vindictive par-
ive ever encounteied since
e never weaiiel of perse-
white neignoors,auu, nv;ng
rv Willi a large negro popu-
capaclty for evil equalled
ant desires. It ii not a ur-
Jie has mot a violent death;
uprise Is that lie liad nceu
So long, ior lie waus uu-
fcpressivo to the individual
as to ipe coueexivo wime
fthe community. Kecentiy
lienda were hung by the in-
Itiens of tho vicinity, for an
sunn tted on tne person ot a
teemed white lady. Haughn
iened to prosecute tho citi-
hvere engaged in the ailair,
f! being composed equally ol
whites, lie was particular-
biatory of the black men im-
met mnue violent mieiup a
Snco against two or three of
they retaliated in language
licneu io siou ma uuiui-iu-
ictlon. Few were surprised
ien it was nscgrraiueu that
Jiad fallen a victim to private
ec. it would oo nypoorisy io
row for such a man and to
ruth, none is felt. The cltl-
mat a morn nas ueeir re-
m an element of discord elem-
rom society. So long as lie
ire prejudices and disorders
.itable. but now, the hope is
aed that tho black and whites
(along harinonously together.
can bo JIaugliirs successor,
iucredltable that any corn-
could support two such crca-
aughn, tho wife of. tho de
of the opinion that a negio
ose daughter naugtin is saiu
wronged some time sluce, is
ipal actor m mo murder, xi
general opinion that Judgo
s ueatii was instigated uy pn-
llgeance in accoi dance with
made ny soino negroes, lie
comnleto control of tho coaii
Mneo tho war. until shorn of
r at tho last election.
Is not sign!nga"plcdgc
or taking a solemn oath that
cannot be kept, because of
the non-removal of the cause
a man temperate is to kill
the desire for those dreadful
artificial stimulants that car
ry so many bright intellects
to premature graves, and
desolation, strife and un-'
happincss into so many
itisafaetl Brown's Iro:i
Bitters, a true non-alcoholic
tonic, made in Ilaltimore,
Md.,by tho Brow n Chemical
Company, who arc old drug
nlstj and in every particu
lar reliable, will, by remov
ing tlw craving appetite of
the drunkard, and by curing
the nervousness, ?eaicncs!,
nnd fjeneral ill hcalih result
ing irom intemperance, do
'more to promote temperance,
i'l the strictest tense than
any other means now know n.
It is a well authenticated
fact that many medicines-,
especially ' bitters arc noth
ing butchcap whiskey vilely
concocted for use in local
option countries. Such is
not the case with Brown's
Jxoi; Bitters. . Itisn medi
cine, a cure for weakness
and decay in the nervous,
muscular, and digestive or
gans of the body, produc
ing good, rich blo,od, health
and strength. Try one bot
tle. Price $i.OQ,
II W . CIUBItATEO M Ac-1r nro idlectod, to
loin llic suro
tlie orgmis iinnicd
ticccl otliero fin
miiro ci ions, and
n delay is there
nnd foM'i;, early
trcs, kldmy wvnk-
nest ui ing serious
bodily tioulilo 11
trilled with. I.oso
nn timo in using
this circctlvo mid
nfe medicine, for sule by all druggists und
dealers (jcnerully. .
medicine, for sul
The innnngcnipnt respectfully announce
Hint tliU miiiiiilileent suuoturo will onen Ik
dooislor ti o lii'iiLctlon mid euteitnlniuCiit
oiinouionu.i oi lucfiuuipu'i. ana hip pun.
lies Kunti.illy, on tho ovcnlni; of .IL'KY :i, at
which timo the whole bulldlni; will be brll
llnnt! Ulumliintfd by Thirty lirush Llettrlo
OX THE I01tXIXG OP
Jnly 4, the Hotel Will be Open
AND THE PATUOXAGi: OK Tin: l'UULIC
IS Hi:SPEC"lTUI.IiY .SOWCITED.
Hie nfnilil to invest ill "O. O.
i Hot Kiirlnira remeuv. If it
feure tho most aggraTated case
three to teu uaya jl win
ny reruiiu the money, ooiu uy
Purity of tlie blood should be tjio
aim of all. Impute blood means rheu
mutibiii, neuralgia malaria and kidney
disease. Ackers lilood Elixir will
cine you. Sold by L. N.Brunswig &
Shiloh'tt coufhaiul consumption cure
is sold by us ou a guarantee. It curea
consumption, tiold by L. X. Bruns-
vig & Co.
Li ini- in t (ophcr Hole.
From the Olobovlllo iMUli.) Herald.
There 1h an old lady liy tho name of
Putteroi who has lieen living In a
hole dug in the sido ofa knoll in a
hwniiii) in Pine Grove Township.
The place lias the appatanco ofa rude
outdoor cellar, with dirt walls and a
till t roof. The location is among tlie
yr imp brush ueir tie Allegan load,
just south of the Ay hito school-house.
The Hood ofa week ago Sunday night
washed the old lady out of her quar
ters. It is naid she has btrong.heaithy
children living in tlie neighborhood
Mr. Tulaiie will appeal to tho Louis
iana legislature, backed by the strong
.public sentiment of the .state, asking
mat tno property generously given uy
him to tlie cuuse of education In New
Orleans be released from the burdens
of taxation, He has just added prop
erty to his donation which will in
crease tlie revenue of the prospective
Tulane University 200 a day, bring
ing the donation up to UJU,-
A resident of Frederick, H. D., has
written to felr, AV. AV.- Corcoran, of
NVashlngton.feiiggestiiig theiemoval of
the remains of Francis Hcott Key,
author of "The Star Spangled Ban
ner," from their present obscuro and
nejrlected testing place in the grave-
yaid In that villuge to tho national
capital. It is said that the relatives
would object to the removal.
MTlin "Lower Teirobonne Smrar He
iluory Association," which was organ
l.ed this year at llouuia, Ln with a
capital of $70,000, expects to take oil a
crop of 4,000,000 pounda of sugar an
nually. The works are. to bo lighted
"Tho last link Is broken," the fel
low said, when he kltsed hlsgirl good
bye forever, at her reuiest, because
her parents '.vlslied a dissolution. A
few davs after llo received a nplo say
ing: Ml)enr Georgo, there aio plenty
moro llnUs; come and break them."
A voung niau llmls himself In a per
nlevlng situation when he Is unable to
stluKuiau between ten cent cigar
BEST IN NORTH TEXAS
I'rofoor Roos' I'nvlllon Jlnnd will bo in
utU'Mtlanco on tho cenlnt(of July , iind.wlll
piny n-BuUriy thereafter during thu ?euvon
lor thcenterUilnmunt of the friends und tho
pa trous cf tho house.
No pains or expense litis been spared In the
construction of tills Hotel:
All tho furnishings and fittings nro of the
very bust quality, unit embody all tin; mod
ern conveniences mid IniHwemunt-s known
to tho Hotel piofef)Sloii,'siK')i ns IJIocUlc
l,lihtlng, i:itciflc Aiinunclutor.Avell vontl
inieu lieu, uoonis, i inosi
nsrlors and llLecDIlou
llnllr.. Dclliht ully Cool ninlni; ltooms (nuU
llo und prlwitc), nemly HfcOMiidsofOalleriei
for proiucniullns;, dauelntr. diiilu?, otc.
Tho Hous-ls furnlHlicd with one of thuOtlb
Immedlaieiy In lrontof thoHolcl nrolo-
cuiedaloiif; iho Reach or tho fiulf of Mexico,
llulh nouses ana ampio laciimcs easily uc-ccs-lblo
forljatlllng-In the (Jul! suif.fU'O irom
The table Will bo supplied with cvory tiling
Inhciw-on.ot tho bcht qimltty ami variety
that home null Northern nimkuts em alluid.
itndtb. llnostrish from thu vatnn of"tlio
liulf will be ii bpeelaliy and Itadlns ftatuic
In the cuixlnu.
Uheso with many other nttrncllons, mnlto
the Beach hotel und O.il e&ton tho llnet sca
ildo resort In tho woild. '
Stieet Car Lines or tho City run Immediate
ly In from of the Hotel, thereby iurniehlns
cheap, speedy nnd convenient lacllltlts lothu
patrons of the House.
Ttirmo: TrnnMPiit rate, SI to fl rerday.
Special r.Uo-i liy tho week or month.
J. UAHVEY PIERCE,
Latq Grand Central Hotel, X. V.
J. II l ft ' ., I
Equal to Any in the State.
Best :V oi'lcmcii.
South Side of Square
Thin hotel lias been furnished recently wit j
now furnlturo, and urcrytlitng arrauued lu
nmt-class stylo. Sa pains will bo spared to
make guests comfortable. Lnreo ttample
room for commercial men. Tablo olways
J. M. R0BBINS,
City Bill Poster,'
All business In thelllll rostluj line promptly
uudVhe two for live, intend
i " i rnr iiu own euiuywieiii
rarouw ,; ;:!, i ip,la for his
ST. LOUIS &ST. PAUI
PACKET COttPAY'fl I
Fine 8ldeWhel Patsoncer steumero
BetwMii BT. OUIS. irANNrBAI QUrNOV,
KEOKUK. 3UIII4IMOTON. HOCK JBI.A J'D,
UVCROSaH, BX. AUI., am MINMEAPOLI8.
fit. Tttul l'-k' leare bl. Lout "1 9aA-VJ
KMkuk anJ llurllnaton ctery Tu.l,Tbi"'.J''I "1
Hatiirdar. Qulocr Kkuk I'ujknU !- Bi."?-
. nuoaay irrifta, n p m. , p u, tk
wriwo xianeu hi uwrm i 3ii,i.
tUlllMl hu. tn ll.nl. MllhtAnaBO- M
i J! r . .wf. ('..-rr:- r,.i
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The Stock Journal
irA.vnKr.N rrn'nii vv with a
COXSISTINCl OK XKAIl
PO.vr.v of T,rrn
FOXTti oy ti'J'j:
foxts or rvi'i:
FOXl'S OF Tl'VV
Is fully prepared to Co any kind of
LETTER HLADS, f
r " ' i BLANKS
Neatly and Promptly Printed.
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I m'JSlii'TJIIXG XKATtl
KVEit miixa ciwa.1' 1 1 :
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IN YOUR ORDERS.
GAS LIGHT CO,
xiKXi.KKfl iJitu KiiJbs or
Gas, Steam & Water Pii)es,
VALVES AND FJTTlNGsf ,
ortyiUtrroul tyten of GiiVCookln'ft.sic.ve.
Steam Brass Goods
OP ALL KINDS.
Lniups. Clmndeller nml FlexMo iroso.
atont Frictionhss Check Vahn.
Gibson's Lift and forco Pump,
Viator Giobo Valve,
U. S. Encaustic Tile Co.
- Cotto for sulo by the ton of 5.00Q fog. stt
works 68 00: delivered U "3; by tho KC fca. 6f
cents nt works.
FireBriok, TUo, Fire Olay for Solo,
Estimates civen on nil lclnds of Ban. utenm,
water and plumbing work, etc ittlco mid
sliopnlOasWoikc. Hnmplo nnd alos room
over Cuntrcll t Dlllnrd'sjewoiry store.
Xir Call and examine Victor Globe Valve
and Cbfrofr ''Hive: liestln tbo niHrknl.
NATIONAL BANK !
OP FORT WOUTJf. TEXAS.
CAPITAL PAID UP $125,000.
W, J. BOAS,
H. 0, EDRIKQT0N
J. M. ROBBINS,
Sign Work, Interior Decorating
AT O.K. PAINT SHOP,
No 9 Main Street.
W. W. HOUTIIj
FOET WORTH, TEXAS.
OFFIcn-Xo. 13 Main Stiett. Jiesidcnce,
X. W. Calhoun and Tftirti Street, 5-Mtf
1LECK & DAlvEK,
CONTRACTOR ani BUILDER
Will furnish estimates of cost on nil kind
cf buildings, shelving, counters, etc.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS,
Y. H. COVAK. J. V. 1'OSKY
COWAN Ss F0SEY. .
Attorneys at Law, Notaries Public
Aim! (I'riipni! Ural Vntati- Hrokcm,
SEETVTATBK, NOLAN OOUNTr, TBIAa,
Agents for Texas Knllro.nl Jdinils, Spcelu
Attention to Collections. KofereweHi First
Nailonal llauk, Weutherlord: Hon. T. H,
wueeier, juuge r.iu juuicmi iiisinei, jirucii
JuJgo J. It. Flumlng, Claco,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OKTICK.-Iu Pcnton Building, over Wm
Krown'8 Grocery Store.
C. H. BEM1SGX0N,
Contractor and Builder
PlnuR, HpocltlcatlonH and estlmatcR
furnished on application.
Office aufl Shon on , Houston be
tween Fifth and Sixth Streets
V, O. box 2l'i
FORT WORTH, 1EXAS.
OFFICJC-Xo. W Main Street. Up Utah.
USES NITKOUfl OXIDIJ OAB.
J. J. KANE.
Architect and Superintendent.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OFFIO-Oter lrt Xtittonal Jlauk.
I'lans und Bpcclflcatlu with nil modern
lmprovomeutD. Including eltnmtos of the
contof every descrlptlou orbulldlugy In the
Ity or country. I'oHtoIllon llorW, 92H
W, 4. M'M.IiWOD U
JOSEPH H. BRO
-A.30.cl. Bonier lxx
BAGGING AND TIE
Nos. (J, 8, 10, 12 and 14 First Street. !.
W. F. LAKE.
ft i yiaj!4 ?
irifffl, Iron, Ms, Gs Pioe
Wagon and .Carriaire Wood Work.
STOVES, PUMPS, PUMP SUPPLIES.
WHQLEALE AND RETAIL
AGENT FOR EALLtDATS WIND MILL.
Oomor Houston nnd Second Stroots, Porb Worth, Toxaa.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST STOVE AND HARDWARE HOUSE IN THE CITt
3Evory Description of Job Work dono ou Short Notlce.
Scheuber &; Hocb.stadter,
WHOLESilLE LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
And Aycnts for
ANHETJSER'S, AHTH02& & KUfflW
AI.SO A'TllOXY & KUIIN'S KEG BEER.
No. GO Houston Btx'oot;
HENRY & SANDIDGE,
Agricultural Implements, Iron, Wagon and Plow Woods,
Browne Sulkey, Buford, Brinley and OtljerPlows.
BARBED AND PLAIN N1RE
Black8mlfi and Carpontor Tools a Specialty.
COIt. FOUHTJI ANI II0U810N BTS.
FOftT WORTH TEXAS.
& SMALL Wl U. pwwmoM
w.... . -. ,
Attbrneys-at-Law and Realt
. ' ESTATE AGENTS.
COLORADO CITY, TEXAS-
ncfcrouccs: Ejt-Oov.JaK. D.Porter, Nash
villo.Teiid.; lion. J. J. O. Atktnt, 1'arU,
.' ij.d -V:SKM
pared to offer my
(Rased thin scalj Ju cur.Joad lots for c.K,I "u novr
ID RELIABLE AND BEST SCALE
G. P. CARR & CO.,
"Wholesale Manufacturers of
Mattresses, Pillows, Bolsters, Etc
I.nrgeHocJt coimtnuily on IihijU.
nnce list. Corner rourlh und
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
Our Schools Next Year,
T1ij Hoard of School Trustee Vlll meet nt
tnojiBNf SocondWnrd ;S:hM'4on Sut
unlny, tho Slut day ofjulr, Ht 9 o'clock a.m.,
lor tho urpoe orosumlilliirfiipp li-onts for
poflttori of teacheru In the 1'ubllP Schools for
thoen'ilrtur oar, .
APPllcutroniiniUKtbe madola wrltlBuand
tKldreUdt-U to J l. bmlth, Jlayor, or to the
rrealdent, of the Hour,.. wl0WJf ...
Kort Voi"l I). June ii. IV&i.
lu the market ntiirently reduced prlcoKfiiim fonfler rfttes,
nt nil tlmeifi full lino ofjiic nnd tniek of the tulrfi
nl.o clo wfil do well to wrKo.umXorprice.
I havo In btoolc. nnd iM.A'SP.
unuk make. Iimiw wj.i" -" t
ORM wiGON SCALES A SPBOIALTY.
W. P. LAKE, 1?0RT WORTH, TJGX.1S. .
A. f Jdball.
K, M. VuuZnrdt.
TIDBALL, VANZANDT & CO.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Collections made and promptly yemltl!
M.. M WW. i
Zxchaug drawn oa
all the principal clU
m-maT ' HHfvfT ivTiM U
m. z y
STOCK JOURNAL, lnMTKU.tCCCIIHICOWlMIinH
R. L. TURNER,
' Successor to Godwin & Carpenter,
Livery, Carriafla and
OrdMra laft at the atabla or Kl FUo HoUH' JBtf
taMMtasaaBMlMQUlBwaatoratir ! M iw"
jroMiMU, li r t , -
Car. MNtiaw Tw ww
JL .. k
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