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THE GAZETTE: FOltT WORTH, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JULY 28.
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nridnal tho Western Union telegraph
company frr Its failure to receive
n id tranandt messaged. Tho llr.st ono
wub Hied In Hodon.
Tin: people of Auilcrhon county are
going to set upti government for thein
hcIvi.Miind Jiavo usurped the authoiily
of Gov. I ki:i.am by ordering an elec
tion for representative.
, M. A. Dauimun, of the Ujulsluna
fitato Lottery, li is instituted mdl
against l'ostiiiastor-fSenernl Gjmisiiam
for $10!i,0J( damages, for prohibiting
tho use of the mull bags to further the
business of the lottery.
X" ' ' '
Ji' C.ipt. Vi:iiii who hua gone in
search of Ha.h Patch by (lie Xiagaru
Kall.i lotito, Ih novor Jnnrd oPagain,
but few will be found to shed tears. A
man ho fool-hardy as to attempt to
nwim over the fulls cannot be pitied f
"h'u o,4lB UIh life.
Tin: (iA7.i:in:do-'H not believe In
official Juuketlnp but It would ap
prove of an olllelal visit. Into Texas by
'jstmast.)r-'iiiird Git .-sham. If he
knew (ho bngth and Ircndth and
width of the state; tho number of
towns belli.,' built and their rapid
growth; tho rapidly increasing popu
lation, and the iiicfllcJency of mall
facilities in many put.of tho Mate, ho
would certainly make an effort for its
MiCviliniiJiIiloMtrlii rmin lovonfduU-.not
from any four u bilniM.mo mid lire. If
lirenrheiH would take tho ilm us tliolr ndu
of iii"riili liiMnun f tho uutfriiiuru wouiil Uu
JeM-iiiu'Ushd-iiii" In tin otnuvuov. a" In
tlioHlwiiiil huninmies ahuui tho "lairnliiK
IiiIcimh ilro" illnilnMi In OiiHwiuv. XI..w
ever, ihi,. nroKoinoiiiliilHlt-rliil fi.i.llh who
'iin'"11 "" x l,rKanieuH. XtuJ,i4lte JJmt
Tho day has gone by when intelli
gent men can bo frightened Into nerv
ing tho r.oitf fto n Anr or luttc of tho
devil. Tlw) tindoi-statuHug niut ho
tonvlnced.ad (his can tetter be -done
I'.V logical argtui out than by "aWml
harangues about tin, "burnliig lake of
i.lre." iMo.it prcuehcrj hav. dlHm.v.ir.wi
this, but occiwlonnlly It, found one wJio
adheres to tho old plan of Kalyutlau -by
Tim New Yik 2'iow sayHthat".Uto
mask fell fiom tho face of theW
jio.vk uioveniwit long ago, and Uio
goneml coudemwatlon or Mahox-uUs
l)olltiuil methodswhich arc th.se
which tho nation tons repudiated both
bylawjind by a iremarkablo oxpri.
lou of imibllo oplnl-aii has given the
"v....wui.i;iu i HKcmii a goo.i t ur-or-
hoped (hat the forms of law hnvo nil
been compiled with nnd thai ho can
not rtc-ino the Dtinishment ho so richly
mcritH by any teclinlo.tllty of the
lav. AVo presume nn appeal will
bo taken to tho higher courts for
tho purpose of delaying the
execution of (ho Judgment if for no
other purpose. The summary disposi
tion of this case Is In striking contrast
with Ihomannerln which cases of a
like naturo In thej federal courLs are
disposed of. Tho Kepublleans are
fond of alluding to tho escape or Demo
cratic criminals from tho hands of tho
law, but there are no Instances in
which any or tho olHclnls in Demo
cratic states who have been appre
hended have escaped punishment.
Twi:nof Now York and Poi.k of
Tenuesseo aro the two, illustrious ex
amples or Democratic knavery and
both were convicted and punished.
The cases of IIowciatk, McDonald,
Dklkxav, Doiisr.Y, Sur.i'i'AM) and a
host of others equally guilty, who
have gone unpunished by reason of
Republican negllgeuco or connivance
are familiar to tho reading public.
Is It Sectionalism?
It is well known that .within the
past few weeks the Northern Presby
terian Church have planted their
stakes in Foil Worth. It Is a pertinent
inquiry of general Interest, 'is it sec
tionalism ?" We venture our opinion
that it should not be so regarded. Texas
la comparatively a new country. Im
migration Is coming in from nil points.
It Is even more than all the Protestant
denominations can doto enter tho new
Holds to as to give tone and shape in
the direction of Protestaut Christian
ity and Protestant clvillzutlon. All
theso denominations combined aro do
ing untold good in moulding the
future religious character of gen
erations yet unborn. The Pres
byterian church of the North sim
ply proposes to take part with her
sister denominations In this huticli
cent work. We believe that the terms
North and South, us applied to the
two branches of the Presbyterian
family, mean nothing except by way
of distinguishing tho ono from the
other. Large bodies move slowly, and
exactly how or when these two bodies
of Christians may come together in
the futuie, it is not for us to say. The
Southern church is already well estab
lished in Kort Worth, the effort of the
Northern church hero cannot Injuri
ously alllct tho Presbyterian church
already establish! d. We understand
tho new enterprise to hi altogether in
dependent and extra, and In that
senso a clear gain to Christ
Ian i (fort both for society
in general and for tho good of the pub
lic morals In Kort Worth In particular
indeed, tneio is a certain generous
rivalry In matters of this sort as well
as in secular affairs, which may becon
sidoied helpful rather than otherwise.
In tho competition, if there bo any,
tho disadvantage will bo on the side of
tho new congregation; while the
strength of the congregation already
established will mauifently belncreaired
by any appwil to the esprit du corps.
Wo are glad to note that tho spirit of
tcctiomdltm does not appear to exist
in our cosmopolitan city, aul when
such a splendid institution as tho
Northern Presbyterian church pro
poses In tho spirit of kindness) to help
our society by her men and money, wo
will not deoliuo to welcome her repre
sentatives simply buenusothey aro from
A new bugbear has been discovered,
and raises ft hydra head In threaten
ing nttltudo against '"the best govern
ment tho world oversaw." The Demo
crats continue to send their best men
to tho front tho men who have served
their country well and faithfully, and
about whoso official robes no smell of
lire is discovered are retained in posi
tions of honor an 1 trust. In the sena
torial elections of the past year, the
vacancies emi-ed by the expiration of
.tho term of servico on tho fourth of
mnron las-tiuvvo inen filled In nearly
every instance by tho men who have
been tried and tested, and found
honest and capable. .All of the Democratic-
senators whoso terms expired
with tho last congress, have been re
elected except In three oases. Senator
Johnson, of Virginia, was retired be-
cnuso Ills political onemled control the
perlor political skill, tho South will
inevitably become ngnlu tho control
ling section I" tlio government."
There Is no doubt but thnt. tho South
Is entering ngdn upon nn era-of pros
perity, and her people having been
educated In the school of adversity,
will know how tp take advantage of
Its material strength and political wis
dom. This much can bo said, that
when tho South was "the controlling
section In the government," nothing
was heard of credit mobtllers, whisky
rings, post-tradershlp thievery, SkCok-Roid-son
slgunl service defulemtlons, or
star route swindle. Tho South
may have Ipul its faults, but none of
the honored name3 of Southrn states
men can bo found among the many
who have robbed the people of their
substance, and whoso names appear
on the criminal records in the District
of Columbia, except tho Itepubllcan
scalawags like Ki:i. lock! nnd Ochil
Tituu who camo to the surface after the
war; as the scum rises to the surface
when the waters aio agitated.
The following private letter to tho
editor of the Ga.ktti: is published
not only for the news it contains, but
as a vindication of tho oft-repeated
charge made against hint of 'blow
ing" for Texas too vigorously.
Lami-asas, July 2o, 18S3.
. IJ. Paddock, Esq., Fort Worth, Texas:
Dear Sir and Kriend We Inula de
lightful days' ridoto this place yester
day on the Gulf, Colorado and Santa
Kc railroad, which is in tine order and
conducted by gentlemen, who, with
out apparent cllbrt, make tho time fly
agreeably to all. It may please you
to learn tlut we have eood quarters
and good fare, nnd expect soon to get
as fat us a mutch, or, a pair of matches.
This Is a delightful place, and destined
nti 119 distant day to ueconie noted lar
and wide as a health-renewing lo
cation for tho sies", the weary and toil
worn, and hero let me remark, with
all the blowing for Tex-is, with which
you have been charged) put together,
all you have s.sid or can say will but
compare us a spring zephyr to a hurri
cane to tho great and mighty truth to
bo said of this state as It is anil Is to
be. Then blow away; you have and
will be doing a grand work for your
kin and state.
This hotel, the Park, is now and
well furnished, and its accommoda
tions modern and good. The company,
or guests, are all that could bedesiied
by people of sense ami good bieeilluu.
With moonlight, music, lovo and
llowers," and plenty of dear little
rose buds, ami 11 perfect bevy of "tho
polished corners of the templo,"young,
beautiful and fair, what more could
man wish for, whether ho be gray
bearded or smooth of chin, unless it
be to capture them fairly and call one
The irrepressible "Texas Chill
Syiup" man h is been here and done a
Dash-lng business. Ho, 11 ko yourself,
Is doing good work In advertising Kort
Enterprise Is the order of the day,
tho whole state is full of It. Cards ami
tablets stuck up every where urotfd
dressing, (I suppose every one), to
"chow J'rumniond's Iforso Shoe." It
may bo all right so far ax the men go,
but I shall advise tho ladles to stick to
tlio use of their well known and oft
tried brands of gum and wax, and
let horse shoes alone. I shall continue
to chuw Gravely, old stock.
P. S.- No dudes here.
Miss Klirtllla and her attendants
have not as yet arrived, bub aro ex
pcetcd before the close of the season.
lViicUlngtfroiii Slr Minor Local News
Correspondence ofihe tiiizctto.
Scaly, July iiG. Our town still
moves on splto of hot weather, prairie
fires and tho telcirrnnh trlki. Atr r.
to. StJIes is building n lino steam gin
near the depot and expects to be ready
for work In a short time. Business is
generally good; don't know much
about crops, as tho cows don't stay
much about tho depot and can't say
how many calves there will bo yet-
wui let you Know Inter.
A great many or our moneved men
(your correspondent included or
course) are going to attend tho sale of
town lots to bo held at Alvnrndo on
August 2d, and If it proves to bo as
groat a success as the sale at Midloth
ian did homebody U going to come
back home richer by several hundred
than when they h ft. There Is .1 bo
nauza tor some man with a little capi
tal to Invest in tbeno twu lots. Wo
think that tho Santa Ko io.uI is doinc
more to develon our htnin ti ...?.
other two corporations in it, ami they
should be uplifted In their enterprise
Of illMt it lit lll.r cull ...... I..'..
.1 .. . ..:"- okiiiiini
wiennorwvery little trival thinK that
occurs, as has lecontly been done in
Ing farmers, was In town n few days
ngo, ami Informed us thnt from twenty
acres of laud ho would niako five hun
dred bushels or wheat, and about tho
same amount of corn on thirty acres
"Old Crazy Jim," iw ho wns called,
tho old colored ninu who died so sud
denly In Dallas Sunday night, Was
tho author of a peculiar beverngo.
When Jim wnnttd u drink ho would
partially llll a beer glass with beer,
into which i few drops of every liquor
and liquid in tho stock were poured,
such as whisky, wine, gin, rum, pop-per-9as,
absinthe, stoughton, etc., un
til the glass was full. Jim would
drink this mixture with a relish, and
give tho barkeeper a nod nnd a hearty
''thankee, boss," then continue his
rounds until he was drunk.
IN THE TOWN OF
m En v mM Es H
On Thursday, August 2, ISS.'l.
AI.VAUADO lKkltuiitrdln Johnson county,
AND SANTA FKHAIIAVAV unil the MIS
HOimt I'ACIFIC KAILWAY, on a high,
rolling pralrlo, In one of :ho most populous
portions ofthoklate; black-waxy IhiiJh, pro
iluciiiK lurire crops of cotton, corn, wheat,
oalR and oilier small raiu.
An a cominuri'hil point, Alvanulo ollorn
tine Inducements to panics deslrlm; t cn
Kitxclii liu-liu'., ciiulriilllui; 11 Incut trade for
u radius of Hovorul mllcwof the liCt uKrlcul
dual portion oflhu state, with direct lull
r.ad coinu'ctlonK by im-o independent llni-s
ofr.llroads to all polms In Tuxuh, and tho
great ntarliuts or Iho country, North ami
From tlw present crop prospects for this
year, tho estlmatrd receipt at thin point
Mill he l5,(0liuaMofcoltou, l.'OiMU bushels of
com, OJ.O.O tiusheU of o.ils, W.l"') bushels of
wheat. With this proi-ct for buslne-n, the
town Is now t.ooinlni:; ii.in four brleit hullit
Imk'h miliar coLstructlon, Incliulli.un opera
house, mid four morn nnurr contract.
-MILL rt.TKS Villain hulr a mllo of tl.
town there aro nuiueum- Kiiltahhi locution
lor Hour, cotton, cotton-seed oil anil other
mills ami factories. This section will furnish
ttiu supplies fur large mills and factories,
wlih ample walerand good hulldnif; stone on
the ground, and fuel mceshlble. The Mill abo
lurulKhes tlio matorlal lor superior brick;.
ilr.AIl'H l.o uted on hluh, rolling laud,
With perfect draliiiiKo, cool.dellfthtfnl lircecs
iHiiilniially Llo-vlni;, makliiK 11 ono of Iho
liiiillhlfht aim pleaMUitot portions of tlio
state. Within a mllo of tho town are tho AV
varado lion and Alum Springs. Theso waters
uro producing wondurful cures, and al no
dlstantduy Isdosltiicd lo tie a po.nlur health
resort, 'Iho owners are coiitenoilatllii: tho
-eivctlon of a Hue hotel, which will contrlb-
uioiki-Kbiy to 1110 renin tnuio or Aiviirmio.
1 heso waters aie said t cine soro e es, si; in
dlsnises, over and lctd)ioy disorders and dys
pepslu.iuidio hea rejiivenator of manhood.
HKPNIuN -Those kiI unt soldiers, survl
v-.rs ofiho celebrated I'lirsons' brltsado, hold
their reunion at Alvnrndo Auiist 1 nnd v.
(Jrand piettratloU! are beitiK niiulo for tliolr
eiitcitalnuieui by tho clllzens of Alvnrndo
DIHTANCKS-Frniu Alvanulo to Fort
Worth, T, miles; linllas, SO; Waxahachle, Wj
Waco, lid; 1 lelitirne, 1 1; McOrcKor Junction,
s; Temple junction, ll'J; llrenham, iXH; Uo
senberi:juneilon,'Jt)l. Houston, .'lut; (JmIvos
Ti'.UMS OF HAI.K Amounts under KK),
cash; ninouulHcxcecdlUK Slue and under SAm,
one-half cash. baUiicelu 0110 vc-r; ainounls
axrfcdlngS'JM, onc.-llilrdci.sii, halunceln one
and two Jiars. Inteiesl 011 ileicr.ed pav
inents at b per cent puritiiiiiim, wild voador'a
lien leserveo tosecur- limes.
Salo to Coniiiienco at 11 O'clock, A. M.
Kd'iii'sion Trains An oxOurslon train will
leave Kort Worth at fi:I,'i 11. m. and Uebuiiio
at 111 a.m., ro urnlnu after the sale. An ex
clusion train will leave Dalla? i.t S:13 a.m.
ami Midlothian ut 9,-JIh. in., rulurnltiir alter
Half l'nro from all Klatlons, which Will be
rcrunded 10 )nrtle.s purchasing lots to the
I'sitles from Galveston, Jlouston, llren
ham, sco and other points south will take
UcrcKUlnr train on Wednchilay, August 1,
leavliiiteialvcslon altia. in.
KnrrcHlimritts mi the (li-oimds Tree.
For maps imd further Inririiiallon, address
c ? f. Al.liKN,
Secretary r.-ind Department, 0..C. and S. V.
0. Ci. MUllltA v. Ocn. Pass. AuenL
. W. SVDNOK, Auctioneer.
W. V. 110UT1L,
FOliT WORTH, TEXAS.
OFJTICKXo. la AfYiin Street. Jieridrncc,
N". W. CWAnim trnrl 77ilrf fttrtft. 5-2nlf
Heaton lIulldlnK, over Win
Brown's Urocory Htor'o.
FORT WORTH, 1EXAS.
OFfrCM-X.. 13 Main Kre. Vj -,,
IJH1W KITHOUS Olinil OA8.
o-f.'o,l bales; none of the new cron J.
ninlty 6j fight the so-callml u..-,,l tJJY, ofDelnwnre: Hansom. ofv,n.
justors Hucccssfully." Thai "the tmwk j t''olil; Huiw:, orb'cutli Caiollna:
has fallen Vom the fiV.co of tho AfA-! Mwu,AN ,,f AUdminn; Hakims, of
iiONi: inotvment." iutl that Mi.iTl8"l,8e: liK'K.orKciiiuckv! a.
,,.s....l.. . .... - 1 . r . - -I -
... a jKiijtuirti metliot'H have bceu
wpudlated by .ublle op v Ion Is quite
true. It is equally true tt tho ad
Hilnistratlon iws either iu Jveard or
tho repudiation or igm.ro, tlw fact, for
MAiioNii'ft political method die still
rccognly.cd m Washlu-ton.
Theyordldlu the case against the
defaulting treasurer of Tennessee xviw
mupiiMi ,() o 0110. JOI,K' miHt
wis. undenlttbloand imlefrjislblo, and
..v. m. y , , uventv yeaitf fnprJson
meiiLaiiii iii.,..., 1 ...
.;, 'f"7''jtu to inu ajnouiit.
"u'""-v:ici.w?pt cannot bo (,.
... . .,..,V0( U Ul UU UW. (.j-yj
Ii'i'IhImIuva ,,r liu ..(..,. f I A nrairio fire In nru- i-,.t.,..
.1 ' """"i oeiiHtoriMriK. Km.lC. Ii i. ... 1. 1"""., "
01 west Virginia. vohinlarlK. win.: .Tn1. . ...... ".'.'. V : V"' u uo miago
urew uoaii )Ubllo life; and Senator!
jjakhow, or ueorgla, had Ueii ehude,!
only to fill out the unexpired term of
cue late JJiujamin H. Him.. Eaiiik.
jaw, of Arli!iis?as; Lasiak, of .i.a
eltMli'pi; Coicn, rf,f Texas, and Afi
IuyifiN.ofN-v .Jersey, ,Yo Ihvm
fo-eioejwd lor full rfg-yeur tarniH. "I'l...
new hlao,i which U to strengthen the
Deitiocniffc side will eanid from West
Virginia, Louisiana juid tieorgla,
vvhlch have clioaeu rcajicctlvcly
""'",' uijison ami cowiuirr. As
each of these men Ihk imcl.1 1., u,
ower house of congress it will be seen
tiutt there i not an inoxiwricuced
nmn Among the Democratic senators
"lio begin new t.rnm of service
uext Deccmbar. 'pi.id i......
i... xr. . ,. . . :; " u-iii.1
,VlfV H rlC lrlbltnl remark Unit
- w wiiwMii prosperity nddyd su
ho (Imiii tlwtiti.K i. .1
ilUKU L11I1 K.'IV1 I lliir j
very favorable for it, being hot, drv
-'ind very windy. h '
Wain r MvIiik WiittTSoh. tho rroblem
Conrespondeneo of the (Juzotte.
1'u nt Hock, July 2 -We trnder
BtiuwlIroiH Mr. Avert- Hint. aJ,.HL
J. J. KANE,
Architoct and Superintendent.
FORT WORTH, 2'EXAS.
Omctt-Ovrr ISrrt Jfnimtnl Hank.
vr.u. oowam. TtTp5S7
COWAN k TOSEY,
Attoraoys at Law, Notaries Publio
a ff nl Ileal k'UU nr.Ven,
To the Merchants of
You can find right at your doors, pRpTfins, J
SAVED, at EASTERN iriri ?PN
nnmlnl-n r, l "wI Ufl,
iuuiouo "BDurcraen.1; 0
Boots, Shoes and
At the Immense Establishment"
P.S -We aro strictly Wholesale, and study- M
xuooicisws ui iviex'uuantiS oniy.
i,iiii;i; in ncrtiuy javeati
iceiors 111 miiu nilllTajm
ft tntotinz of the stocXbi
lmny, to bo held atllidii
tho lMt day of August,!,
in., lor tho miriio4,eoli
tnliilngu.s to tho ntceejlu
way, by tboli-suaiice.'M't
said comnuny, of mcoc.
01 su 111 company, d
inuuMiiiii aonnm eaco.tib
exeeod thirteen thnus4i!
ine 111:1111 trncK or mitt
constructed, and tO'let
oulred. nnd nil brnnchliu
Said bonds torunfortrn
1st, IKS'5, nnd bear lnttraHi
The Great Popular Route of Texas.
GiOt Golor&flo & SanlaFo R"y
At GALVKBTON with Mallory LlnoSteamew
f1;5' TPbt v.'uid w York; Wor
gnn Line for Now Orleans, Iiidiiinolu.
Corpus ChrMl, Brownsville mid Voir
At AHCelLA with I. A G. N. It. It. for Colum
bin and towns In IlrnzorJa county.
AtUOSBNUElta with G., IJ. AS. A. Uy
(SuhmI Koine) for Columbia, Welmer
Hjtrwood, I.n hue, Han Antonio. Ijircdo
Uvnldo Knd Western Texnsnnd Miutleo
Mk) for Houston nnd Htariiud Crc.srenl
'ml "owfnimt.Omngo.rjilio Charles
the 1 echo Country, New Orleans and
V," Pol'l '!' Southend, North and'
?ftBt,V w Ul Ko,w y.,rk' Toi,l nnd Moil.
iCNHAM with II. AT. CI. R.forITenn
ead, I.edbutter.GIddlngs, 5tcUadu-m
per com. per milium, in
1111 1I1U IH (OiVHUI AliriH
year, nt the city of NtJH
I'llesllne, Uockdnle. Hiniid Kock
?SeWS'Au,stl"' nn Sfiircos. Nov
Atn-PM 'KuiolRl.?un.A,,toll0 ""J I-aredo.
iii..r vi. "U" J"1" nnil St. Loult
Uy for Wiieo, Comlcana, Athens, Mour
A i xfrnmi'S1, .1.l",rrH"l Tr-xurkHnrl.
AtMOHOAN with Toxiuj Coutral Hy. for
po'li o&Vfeef11011' -"
At CLEKUnXK, Junotloii of Dallaa Ulvlhlo:
01 u.. t. a h. K. IVy.
AtFOUT WORTH with Mo. PnoiilcnndTos.
ns ,: l'ncuic H
Uum S i-iVH- f"roftU, P?1"1" " 'host
linos; for M pftso, 8nnli Kp, Han Krnu.
ws'chW1 r Jf ln?.F?,lHt' n"" 'or k2S
pus (.it j, f,t. ;.ouls, Chlcno, Now York
At DAI 'iV ,n",NoJ&'4aJA "J West. '
ft. UAIjIjAM with II p r. M.. ,n . ...
and ralliiL Hri.!.,' : ..: u J
hat your tlekel readHovor this line
ill Information nddrcea- e
ysUA t (1. MURKA
General PaxBeiiKcr Abo
NOTICE Trt CONTRACT!) US.
8BETWATBR, H0L4H OOUKTr, TEXAS
Wilw,iV; iV,Ti""'..,"."'r oru; Hon,
nridiS Texs J,tS".JlVu,,5 " i!t. Mrcck.
Toxim. "w " leniiuir.
.. ...1 ,r . . .
iiiiii i.i(iinia nuvo Htruek waler in tiielr
well TUJh well was beW,.n o,, a h hrh
part of rJio
clovatf.on In the
c oirtiv mid at, one hundred and ,"
feet ifciy struck water, when thev
l ." !!r,,r l,he 'J'S'". ' ua-nsurnS
In tlio iiiifMlmr r.,.,.i 11 . .'"'
J. m. or,a.uc:
iton. T. It.
W. S. HMI.I.wnnr,
rllllK ConiinlsMone's Court of Tnrrunt ,
eounty inth. cltv f IiVt 'woril "'ncoordin!
t?fl,l" "niJ1kl'oelin-tlons, 1, til 1 no, , S
will be on file In iia n ; of he li
t.ouuly Ooiirt on and afler A Eimt
rk of 1 he
lmruofthtf nr;i;,,.,:v."1.lll ranoui
No l)UVliinit i.111 1..
Hte Vr,rk iiAii vV." r. "',.."" !9 'rou and
of said honilxbythteonn
ns follow: NottoBiwrfB
before the Slut ofDectpHJ
lioillll l!,sill'h ko iiuuuuig
hoeond lnorUniie botidi t
ninouiits per mllo andonRU
us follow: I)ecriibM3itOT
bcr nisi, 18.S-J, fl,OT Dece&ll:J
f7,fwO: neeembcr list, ISM
.tint. IS!). ai.OOO: Decewhtls
Dceember ;ilst, l9J, Wi
IMtt. S12.00O. Rnd Cecnrt
SI3.KK); tho miles of oraiJaJ
iiFeorinineii oy ccrunoi(6
and I'liief eii:liienrt.fisUw
a second trust deed and wri
railway, fninchli.L8 and m
,'fllll i II1JV. n fnllntt-Kf 1
Aiiyand nil rHllnayiotu1!
main lines. bmnclie. t
bltlotiH, together Willi alltiil
ami riKhta or wr.y, tract,
ducts. ciilTdrtd. fences ardst
kind, ull 'if.rintu. siatkffl I
houses, car houses, wood til
Hliopn, water tanks, nudfuici
iOi;einor Willi me. tow or ys
which eneh nnd all artMJ
nnd nil locomotives, tfndfni
gtn;o, mill, fioinlil, luimltMij
an oinor roiunj; biock awr
inncninery, loois, iwi
nnd iniiterlalx. nil
1 wl-ttc mf (i ii.iitiuil if"w1.)tn
Ia.i J-. !. r.....a Aillr inEllll
i;nur,, iijcijiiu,"., lull", .tui.. 'j
venloiu, una ienialnclers,lI
unedited reel ediiromuwwj
nu omor real nnu pcr8euuTj
litnny time bcloodnc or tJ
comimny wun an aipon"
L'ctlmr ulili nil tlicnruentl
chllspn nnd I'luirtcrcd rlcltUfl
lniiniinltloif. which now dosl
may beloni; to or npperuuayi
Iflrdllrllmr llin frnlirnlSU td KB
liutltlH iiiidbrstood thai UJ
maybe Hriiitred by said row
Klnln nf Tninu. BTlrlttllOtllMlH
oulro bv (inniitlnu orolbeflI
nwiuireu lorbotaeoi i v
Inr Nnnolflnd nlnl used la
hum railway or tho operatiow
hereby conoyed nor IntenilM"'
r. r. ivh.""
A.M. Bkittok, Prei-Joiw?
Pros. 8. W. Uui,o
nu iiiuiiii ir iiitimi ii,,, ...,... f, :
w.. ,.,..!. . :...
U o uinli-rruiiKl that Miixr. Ilrown
A C uimberluln have also miwiedcd In
K?tHllSllflneum,y 0f u, 0r , I !
LARK & SMALLWOOD,
Attomeys-at-Law and Real
tract u h.ii.i. ,.' ucconiiuf oe.111-
Hlll-.'lll,.i. I !,.., ....' .
IronBiui uVei wr;,,;,,V"": . ; Proiiowili for
" t".T VUIV III llmllllln 4.-.
- - "nmm hi
ou work must uh7. V rV ',, X V,r, 'I Hi
nr ii... ..,.:. :. "-
" V -! Illl l(i
nnd kiong work Ji niufV ,.,'.,.h 'l'
rftm . t-- e. .
rtiie. 'rnm, . ir.V -upv. Jan. j). Porter. NttKli.
Tnii. "'" J- " 0. AU-ln; l'urla,
- iuv iiiii-i 1111 1 1 1 11 it .
muterlul i.ied n uli ', " w?rk ' all
in pi c A 1 r nlVi , r. i )rre'l,"d with tho
to wptiw,,,!,?.i,,s',li;,i;,n ci?s1'- n" w,"
r 1 nn 1 i.i. -..i-. "-- ' tut'i
urehlleet m , " ' .."' '''' "mlo by tho
retained ,.n each tuitll u, im 1 ?',u ,',t',1,
coniuiUhoi,ens' c,,iiit 1V1..1 1 l?.:?i,ln" of Uw
nnreiiMinnblo delay I,,' , ll, ' ,U? l;Vul" ""
tlm ...... ...1.. .1 '"? "i any imrt of ili..i.
fiK!!. ,.?,ri?,,l'il r'ar "h" center Sf
o u ul,.. 'V,M V eight. feet
w r ... ". " '" l: 'V m l fflflMro
.ii. t " "vo inuu mr water !'
l'f?lllt' wtlls oil II1.1 ,!,! I. .."
,ftll.r - ...w ,.....,.u , u,i
iir.V ;,V V.''JIV! l(,,l,y i wek UuuU
..-. v v ll-uiiirillltr iw .'iilniil.l,. .... .1..
1 .river fronts. ' " inu
J ,Mr. W. J, MsflAiio, ono of pur lead-
C If. ItEMINGTO,
Contractor and Builder
! ""VJlHl"?""" r,l eatliuaie.
? vs w w
'--' iwiiiiiiiniiiiiiiPi. . .. .. . 1 - .-" -v 111 il k iui UL'
to haw. ..,........!". -ouu li'S-rVellm h.-i.i -fl IWH Kfc
"II oxtm".;,?- i,l,W."w Pnrile; ,i 43fB &?& &
WWHW" JilMViTK. ?.'
, , oruecoino duo flir r 1 nr,.n.VT. , inny Hoi 110
.in. of tbo VTuii iu iuVriM Cwn7 r,,.,,l"',H ." Sinn
c.eh contrantor 1 , r,! ' ?." W'lulrcd of 'y
wr.'ic to bo don., i.v 1.1 .. '"'"h-o oriho
A Regular Banking
Innll its brauche.!"
Kxchnngo bought anlij;
oxchniiBO on Enclaud, irfWft
ninny, Austria, ftaly, V$'
nonnoll. f.iiwson A
Vnlluw J(iflnt,i.l llnn.
porlors' and Trade ' jfffa
llll. In- I. ..
ii,,;,p.l'? ,."t l" Mid
4 i.-i'v"ai!i ill (I Itn fllt'l .-l I. it
clerk v-y noon or aiicuhi 1 L 1 ! l.'A county
cndor6.l. ''I'ronowiii for ?,,'' i 1Sh3.n,' '
yT "ycct U"W, .,vmwV
Cltlions Bauk of UuhW'A
AT il K. PfllllT!
No 9 Main SWi
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rr . o- . ., ''"'t.'m'Ali-u 1 .., .
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