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lldl'hls comity is a very
my Wjtnfn t kihu, mi
wDty Flowing throUKli
ellafe -nrth loSouth uro the
SffiS A and Seco , B.ib.
(ft'.ffftirkey creeks. The
LJ'K1"M nro clear run'
r M Biniin the mountains,
t '? utters aluk Into tle
tSffi. An nn.plo
MonJB7ta obtained from
IS2aiB. There are
dome!"1; r nn!( rono hundred
"TSriliOU-jaml acres) of
hIVSm,, be bouffht at a
,,iiiiilr.t"lT-... nun In Iavii
wvjf according to the
H F.,.'. ' Tinlimiroved lands
r,f,Tf?rm3hlioldat from two
ffi , ,r aero: i.unroved
rifiiuountaliis of tins comity
tlC !. i,mro enves In which
JKmoimouu qunullties of the
fi.no the product oi me yasi,
W .7 L the entire past, or
KfO "!-'-, ri.,if f (Mexico
me uii " .; ,i .i...
Hflfa little ieei
lie time I
oil' this Kreat body
in?r". ii i' ;;?!,?, ,r,m0 &
Pi'l'ivn color, of about
Wrougly Impregnated with
1 tbubistl'cruvtni guano.
Suyuiabecn organ leu , an
?L lover the United fet
WF- Tt....i,ln tu H.n raimtv
ill a very pleasant town ot
lWWt?titSv I'efeunHetra roau
nor Uie wwa, .uw ...--.
fLni.'ima recently buffered to
il'u"' i t i. r.iii.
sUnteiitonnecuuui m L"v "ti
t. t.mirKeu. vu iu.-u "
"" I . 1,n lll' fiUl.
.lynfo.luil even ""- "'.', "'
1 ,"' . ,.., ,lm,.ll flllll if. llliu
BHJumiey vu v,.v, . .. ..
at The failure bus tnuied a rip-
fudntes to pa'-s over tlio ontlie
ItjflM lu met, hub e-ii-.in-u
i. t l:.-.nM ie rlnimr ftlt 1111.
t.f.4. J-'i'Cl " ""& " '
-tlKiittU in me general mur-
iiWtae, nnu jias mo commence
d naflle. He has a lanch and
.'', I .. 1 ..ltl.. .....1 !,.
jujiituu ui yuuu wiiuc, iiim 13
jopcrous hi all his undeitak-
wt the ranch of Mr. H. F. Wil-
PM1IH Bliuaiiu uvu nun's Mima
tilde, where he has IJUO good c-it-Inil
plenty of good range, and un-
niilog luni u u tendency to
rliiia popular is i iua ne ueeps a
likon in UvaWe. where you can
otolil ker audleinoiiade.
eiverage cow-boy In this conn-
juiardertinio than they tlo in
m teas, from the tact that the
t' lias giovwi up with iliieK,
unueicrowtii, aim it renutrcb
looking to find an animal; and if
to bu roped it takes considerable
patience, and jtiit lots of cuss
iro suuceaMuiiy pertonu that
TILE ISLAND OF ISG1IIA.
Scrno of lb" Itctoiil Torrllilo nnd lllnnv
iKchla Is a beautiful little islnnd lying
at the north entrance to the JJay of
Naples It contahiH Boniu twenty-six
Bqtiaro miles, mid Kb circumference Is
about nineteen miles. The Island U of
volcanic origin, like most others uloilg
the Medltorraiiinn shore. It 1b moun
tainous, Moitiit Upomeo rising to a
height of U.ODO feet. TIiIh island is the
highest point on the island, and on Its
summit there are twelve inferior eontv,
from each of which (ho last volcanic
eruption look place la the year 1!0.
The toll Is fertile, and tho scenery
beautiful, with its vmiatlon of
steep rocks and sloping liilU vil
lages, nestling on their bos
oms, and brooks running
through the valleys rich with
verduie. All the Southern fruits, corn
and oils arc produced in piofuslon.
Iron and sulphur are the most Impor
tant minerals found there, and biicks,
tiles nnd pottery are manufactured at
Cusnmicclola. The chief attracHion of
the island is, however, lis. thermal
springs of mineral waters, which are
reckoned litnong the most elllcacious
In Europe. Quests arrive all the year
round to drink nWl bathe in its hold
.Earthquakes have been Us great
scourge, the lust preceding one being
that of 1881, which Occasioned great
loss of life and piopcity. The island
is inhabited by about 20,000 people,
whose dialect and peculiar cast of
features distinguish them markedly
from continental Italians. Their chief
pursuit is fishing and farming. Tho
capital of the island is Ischiu, a town
ofbonie(f,.r)()0 inhabitants, the seat of a
bishop, who lives in u'n old feudal cas
tle built Home 400 years ago. Other
towns are Korio, Cnsanlicciola, Laeco,
1'auga, and Moropano.
Tho volcanic eruptions on the islam!
have had much, to do in periodically
destroying or retarding it-j prosperity.
Originally -colonized about 000 Jl. O.
by (Jroeks, who came from the then
poweiful island kingdom of J2uboc.ii, it
was abandoned after a severe outbreak.
The same thing happened after a sec
ond colony had bein established by
King Hero, of Syracuse. Later on it
was in the hands of tin Neapolitans,
and then again in thofeeof the Romans.
It was to Jschia that the Emperor
Augustus banished his favorite
daughter, Julia, when her many Infi
delities to her husband had become a
public scandal in Home. The fair but
exceedingly amorous Julia knew,
however, how to make banibliment
less irksoineby indulging in the most
horrible orgies. Even at that time
tlio island was famous as a lcort for
invalids. After the fall of Homo it
passed into and out of the po-sebsiou of
tho dillercnt invaders of Italy. In
lliOO it was captured by Charles i t, of
Anjou. the tyrant of Naples, and from
that time foith its fortunes betook as
much of upg and downs as those of
most of the provinces and islands of
A TYPO'S ElfltOJi
Cvalde I stopped at the Leoma
wuicius Kept by Dr. Martin,
no bitter place to ston can be
iln Southeast Tdxiw.
toalde i met Cantain Ti. P.
!,nd through his kinde-s I se-
:n invitation to spend Sunday
quarters, uapt. Sicker is
andlliL' Comnntiv TV
baUalIlon,ttudlionnd his men
wr. the caiiso of several cow
toethiuves loosing sleep in these
311 COUllties. Cimtnin Rii-l.-nr
Jhia untiring energy succeeded
'owing law and order
I!ll3 Section unit lui lniu
Eood wishca. mwl u.o
TtOfalltllQ ROlill Hlllwlillili,,! nU.
&f tills and ailtniuinir ,.,,,., iic
firm, Uuzard & Hilllaid, has re'
Mboull071icaaof cattle, with
is Wotched. and- oIIiom Imvo r...
W in proportion. The raiiL'eis
woriu to owners over 400 head
le that had been stolen, and the
,1, burnt and blotched. Theieis
wMuusiaeuon among the stock-
.""Biiuiocrooucuiiess in the
nZT 1 ,"(l lJlev tiro deter
lUo brink t un if it. ini...,,n
m- i - -v i vj u
jJMr. l!en White, who Uias a
Mexico, alimit, nn. l,i,.,,l,..wl
wyiniles from Mn.!. r... .....i
3 that evorvt iim. il, t., ' i
Jflet with his piospecls. He
"milolias nlinii.l.,.,1 - i
H, "'at klncu h',5 mJved over
'etiai Imd nn imni.u ...i.
alhn,.ll. ,'"""" iviliivuvui
ttl.ho.U,lnB t0 niovo his
&I.Y, it" T? Mbstantlul im-
asw; ,. ."! ,u um 6Md land
ifet,f.i..'-8"V grass and
"u6UVor leased at
?onStheiirornim.nf o.,ii t
r Dr. Johnson. W k ir......
ffJ !1 'ouleV who
I flmi i.rllle ftre doinir
i?th? l '-. .? iS
.Pty ofvale;.u effi
'lioB:.::-,ol,MSm in cooil cheer
.,-.:? iwnevirv ! .i..
"J U(1 Ilium . J muunuiii.
',R ,o, .uneasiness on
Me rcw,ltblIlit dolino in
TD'ffi ..... ' . """
"ttLT n..i, .
mim,t ".l w.l? "adjust moved
rtountv county from
Wlilcli Tr.iiinrerrcU it (Jilme lo 1111 Iiinucmit
JMnii A Correction.
Correspondence of Guzcttc.
Stephenville, August . An error
occuned in the last report from Jiath
county, -Jonah Swofford is charged
with an attempt to rape, and the types
are made to read "James S. Wofllird."
We ha've a man in our town that an
swers to the latter name, and his
friends are giving him a lively deal.
He is a married man which makes
matters worse. He says he is afraid
his lelutions in East Texas will get
hold of the Ga7.i:tti: report and hence
forth and forever disown him. He runs
a hack line here and is afraid that men
will be afraid to trust him to drive
their daughters to distant points.
However, he is not as captious am'
disagreeable as Rutabaga Johnson and
John Card well of the Ulutesmun are in
regard to the amendments lo the con
stitution, and only demands that the
public be told that lie is not the deep,
ilanc nyeii viuaiu mat me lypus umu
have tho people to believe.
AN UNWELCOME INDIAN' l!IliE.
how the mill cr will end. Emhin may
lose Gabriel, but Gabriel will I Svlsh be-
that ho had stuck to linnim,
- 1. - - .
The Sunday jjn,v in SI. Louts.
rB0J"r,0Illr',,,(Jlicctnt,t!'ill8 "led in
formation Monday morning against
001 saloon-keepers, elghty-slx grocers,
fifteen brewers, twelve street car com
panies, twelve manufacturing estab
lsliniunts, nine clitar dealers, seven
barbers, seven livery stable keepers,
five express companies. four
milt dea ers. four miiUiM..
ers, livu daily newspapers, two
base ballparks, ouo theatreand fiaeen
miscellaneous businesses. About half
the warrants agnliiBt the saloon keep
ers weio Issued under the Downing
law, the otheis being postponed. The
prosecuting attorney says ho expects
the 000 saloon keeper will be de
prived of their licenses If convicted,
which is pretty certain. Ho expects
also to secure conviction against the
street car companies, newspapers and
others who violate the Sabbath laws.
It was expected, as 1,400 saloon
keepers had solemnly sworn to
keep open in spite of tho law, that
there would Jmve been more arrests,
but a large majority of them weakened
and had not the saloon-keepers associa
tion agreed to stand the expenses of
the defense of tlioso who disobeyed the
law there would not have been LM0 sa
loons open out of 1,700 in tho citv.
Altogether, 8112 cases were made
against saloon-keepers and others. The
information was secured by the police
at large, but the warrants were secured
by the sergeants, and in this wav the
city was still supplied with 'police
A Jarge number of the notes of the
Rank of Tennessee that have been pre
sented to the funding bou-dat, Nash
ville have been found to bo bogus and
worthless., Tho most of the-so, sny.s
the Nashville American, wens put In
circulation by one It. Clay Crawford,
who was an ofllcer in the federal auny
during tho war, and look possession of
the effects of tho Rank of
Rogersvllle, a branch of tho Rank
of Tennessee. Finding there a
large nu mbcr of sheets of tlio notes of
the Rank of Tennessee printed from
the steel plates, but unsigned, ho
forged or had forged tin names of
some of the ofllcers of Iho bank to
them, while others were signed with
fictitious names by Crawford's friends.
It appears he divided these noted up
among his fi lends, who, with himself,
passed them wherever they could in
Tennessee. For this lie was tried
by court maitial and cashiered.
It is aunonnced that among tlio ef
fects of the late Gen. G. J. Pillow, of
Tennessee, was found a manuscript
copy of his life and tiniLS, and that
his widow intends to edit and publish
the same. Tt is said tlio foithcomiug
book will be of more llinu usual inter
est, as it will Include, General Pillow's
experiences in tlio Mexican war, and
also a minute ami accurate account, oi
the admission of the state ot Texas
inlo the Union.
The new lieutenant-governor of
Nova Scotia when sworn in was not
given authority through an oversight,
to sign man luge licenses. Since July
4, when his term began, none have
been issued, though requests are re
ceived fiom all pints of tho province.
The only way to get married in Nova
Scotia al present is by publishing tho
bans. Thirty impatient couples are
waiting at Halifax fur the governor to
Miss Alice Montgomery and "Will
Swank, betiothcd lovers, living near
li Iiiuluy, Uino, (lieu wiiinn tweiu.y
four hours of each other, and were
buried in one grave. Tho funeral was
the largest ever known in that sec
The telegraphers have the oldest se
cret insurance society in the United
States. It was formed in 1S08, five
years before the Knights of Honor,
and admits ladies as well as gentle
men to membership.
who is a
in ills range as
. i i
bee Imt, fi . ol vieuorai
IhtSnalrto tho es-
Wm6iT, ..rnt? do Trtfiin
Mr .i.Y. , "'"rued a fi.w.vim
. vlllUfti.it, i ,. :' v '
S1"ete 1 ... rV' Trlquety
i. ' ,..v." inarr rii i-...., ...;.
Ij ."".U 1 1 U I. .. . . - " lUMOtHU
FfotKve M ...,8 Ue" living in
r .W! '- M41I1L' II til .!..
iuiii lor a pun
sail. Tho two
r'y feet from tin to
"Wi'bhd has to do
ihn ' 'B l? t0 work n
v wa sewing nmchlue
ilmii i. . i". iii:ti
lion u Iulty Slitlilnu rrcmt Mitlne 1h aiiilclni;
it 'Warm Tor Hit Iliisliatnl.
tilcns rails Times.
A case that favorn m mewhnt of 10
manco is being pioiotuted bv parties
that live in tho rural and secluded lo
cality on the bomeis oi JMoo&o lake.
It seems that a wealthy family by the
name of Mead, who live at Sing Sing,
on the Hudson, have for several yenis
back made it a piaullce to s-peiui a por
tion of tins summer months at Moose
lake, boarding with the family of
an Indian guide by the liume of
Elijah Camp, whose humble cot lcsts
in a quiet and romantic spot on tho
borders of the lake. Camp has a beau
tiful daugtuer uy uie nuniu i iiini
Tlio biee.cs from the balsams and the
fir, the crystal waters and pure air, to
gether with the cooling shades and
golden sunshine in the forest, have
developed the Indian girl Emma into
luxuriant womanhood. Mead has a
1 1.0111.11 roil son bv the name ol Gabriel,
whose physical prnpoitlons and c ever
ways had always lliled the father's
heart with pilde, till, .alas! he fell
In love with the Indian gin jmuiiui,
and early lust spiing fie tlio snows of
winter had la gun to lessen on the fer
cst hills surrounding the Moose lake,
voungGabrlfl made the beautiful Em
ma his lawful and loving Indian wife
i,.m.... M..iul. on Icamini: the truth
of his dear son's proceedings was great
ly incensed. A stigma and an insult
hail been cast upon the fair fame of an
..icr.,...,.Hn mill wealthy household.
The poor pure" Indian bride must be
got rid of. Gabriel must
rind shall desert her. e
H-iclal position and pride of tho
Meads demand thin," he said, "and I
must at once visit tho scone of this
o itraiieouH niiuir aim nx up u iim w
oluino these fairful circumstances,
'"""Ow .i.i. .11 nnr,il nninnnlirailin
and Hftveinis uifSuv.... w..v.,.....
f ever seeing ft poor . liu hui glr
brouglit under my palatlul ioof.
A.'aiii alas! Too true it s. The 8e
5m Bout. Gabilel deserted hli poor
'imllau bride, Five n.ont is ago ho
i1, Iw. tn IllJfirillW. li UVilWUlil ""
lug biide, ami to-day
alone on tho
i.t.:Ln. inifo with
lieart and blasted hopes.
It is said that the death of Celcwayo,
tho Zulu kimr. will force tho liritish
eovernniclit once more to undertake to
. . . . .... ..i.i. .. i.. c,x..i. a r.i.,,i
SMraignieu in inning in
Gov. Crittenden of Missnuii said to
a Iviiniis Citv Tnii'ti interviewer tlio
other day: "My candidate is Mr. Til
den, (list, last and all the lime."
"fftX" ' ' "
Lord Ueaumont, a Roman Cutholic,
and seventh in the roll of English
bilious, is said to Lo anxious to wed
the California heiress, Miss Flood.
Copt. Webb's llrit exploit in the
water was. to save the life of a youimcr
member of Ills, family. His hwt was
to fling away ids own.
A flash of lightning, according to
Sir Charles Whet-tone, lasts less than
a millionth ot a second.
ITT ' '"
Posters are up in Chinatown, San
Francisco, offering bounties for Chi
nese recruits for the Tonquin war.
's given by using Brown's
Iron Bitters. In the
Winter it strengthens and
warms the system; in the
Spring it enriches the blood
and conquers disease ; in the
bummer it gives tone to the
nerves and digestive organs ;
"i the Fall it enables the
system to stand the shoclc
of sudden changes.
In no way can disease be
so surely prevented as by
keeping the system in per
fect condition. Brown's
Ikon Buters ensures per
fect health through the
changing seasons, it disarms
the danger from impure
water and miasmatic air,
and it prevents Consump
tion, Kidney and Liver Dis
If. S. Berlin, Esq., of the
wcll-Tmown firm of H. S.
Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le
Droit Building, Washing
ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5U1,
Gentlemen? I take pleas,
lire in stating that I have used
llrown's, Iron Litters for ma
' lnna and nervous troubles,
caused' by overwork, with
Beware of imitations.
Aslc for Brown's Iron Bit
ters, and insist on having
it. Don't be imposed on
with something recom
mended as "Just as good."
-The genuine is made only
by the Brown Chemical Co.
JOSEPH H. BROWN
And Doalor lu
BAGGING AND TIES.
Nos. , 8, 10, 12 ami H First Street,
3Foirt Worth., Texas.
Whole(iW ana Itetnll Denier In
HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, GAS PIPE,
jy 1 '-? ,J i
v: &m w
ST V2f&hte .T5
ucli I lttcvM, li.v ln
er, mill lonrleiliiK
t io 1 liyslt'iil iine
tlons rifiiilnr nnd
netlf. l.M'i.H iIhj
sjstim In Rood
s..z ikai 1. i3 -'ui t n.'.w r-w Jit,ivujir . t.iia
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a. .-.-? ;,r-,?aaB3awBu:.TTTiu;'tr
AGENT FOR HALLIDAT'S WIND MELI.
Oornor Houston nud Socoud Stroots, Fort "Worth, Toxao.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST STOVE AND HARDWARE HOUSE IN THE CIT
JKfKvory Description of Job Worlt ilono on Short Notice.
iiees, lctilnr)' nml
liicntK It jNlnvnlii
It MHO 1 follfO
(iiVmH, htililos m
inovlPK all liacei
Of Ml I'll llltjPilM'S
from the systMii. I'or Bale by all aruggists
nml denlers Bciierully.
Scbeuber & Hoelistadter,
,5S?ff5 WHOLESALE LKiUOHS AM) .ClftA,
, ;nr',K Anrt A,,ts rw ' t"
Tllll ailVAT KNUMSH ltUMKDY.
fTTuT?a Nerini, riij
UU-UHiO citl mill (IiiikH
IA I DEBILITY
rigor, RiicniiHloi 1 linen, otc,
wiicnotlior roiiiuillrs lull, a
cure tf idrrinfcccf, 31.50 hot
tlo, fuurtlincH tho iiiwatlty
So. '' xprof.s to liny ail
drcBH. Hold by nil ilrtiirelktii
nngllsh Modical Institute, proitrlotorH, 718
OllroHtieet, St. IouK, Mo. riold by T. W.
I'owcll, Kort Worth. Toxns,
v, ftA-. ft
It costs Turkey over $15,000,000
nunlly to support tlio Sultan anU
Ttlssahl that $3),OW.O10 of Jtrlt
ish capital was fcenjinto Wyoming and
Tcxus last year.
A warrnnlcd ci:ro for all diseases
caused by malarial poisoning ol iho
Hood, such as Chills and Fever.
Rer and Ague, Sun Pains, Dumb
and Masked Ague, Third-day Aguo,
'SinMng Chilli:, Intermittent, ncmii
Unl, Bilious and all olhcr Fovcrs
caused by inalarla. II is also Iho
safest and best euro for enlarged
Spleen (Fovcr Cake), Concral Debili
ty and Porlodlo Neuralgia.
FOR SALE BV ALL DRUGGISTS.
I N. IHIUNBWIO & CO..
30,000 for $2.00
Aiiliouscr's, Anthony & luihn's nnd imlweiser's
AT.SO ANTHONY & KUIIN'S KEG 2M3I3R.
IVo. OO Houston Stvoot, - Xox-t Wortli, Toxiih
OINOINNATI OPflOB: 120 SECOND STItEET
Greatly Reduced Prices I
Having purchased thin scale la car-load toU tor citnh,! nrn, now jiroparcd lo oiror my
THE OLD RELIABLE AMD BEST SCALE
In tho mnrkol ut greatly reduced prlccn from forinnr tuXah. I lin.v la stoclt, nnd ohiiU Jtoep
nt all ttmc-Hitfiill lino ofHOivles and truck of tho Knit bank; lnuaie, 1'urtlcH wanting any
Htxo hcalo will do well to u rlto mo (or prlcen.
platform wagon scales a speciaieyl
w:f. lake, fort ivoiith, texas.
K. Jt. VauZantlt.
J. I', Smith,
T1DBALL, VANZANDT & CO.
EORT WOETI-I, TEXAS.
A Gcnernl Wnnklnis nmlaos'J Tr'nuutcd. Oollectloon msUo und puimptly remitted,
ch iiBoumwa on all tuo priuiipul clili'iuf Uurnp.
numii-u-ni h mmii mm iw y-r "M"" ,m"mm-a,mmmm'mm'm?mt??m
A miiijiui- B
Tito Clnirlcslim Ceiilciuiiiil.
M'lin mifi-llUlKireillll lllliuvri.u.
the Incorporation of thoclty of Charles.
n S will he celehrated. without
a v muluc 1 "piny of fubs mill feathers
5n. i.jHi i r Aimust. Tlie weather
wll prouahl Sfort'ibiy warn,,
a&bee wisely .1 o .h.
.'litiiii uiul ills (leserteil chilli huve ro
Slvbeen -twice at Sau.iy Illll, ami
don- Cll'UlCa ii ia iiMviiw "
liiuiil anil already has opened tho legal
'"' ... ,n iho Meat b. tlnd anybody
tliiit Uuowa the general can. gnes about
pensewitltreetjnuu .-" a
biVSI "intbo harhm- at Hunrhe and
I.. ,tin nvnntll". at 1110 Clly ll.ll a
in tlio eeiiini " r n . " iTnit.'il
Btaluo of llopert -IIuim''..,-?ui:
i nor oi ouutit vi-
I PJLDJLa H v'A ffJV'lifiHirJLaC
Popular Monthly Drawinu
1 In tho city r Ktili-vt.i
Fridav, August 31st, 1883.
. ... fknilllF llllllin ItUlb lilt I J
uy j'uiii-ii. ..,. "',':'. - "
II LOtnpltny UCJOi'it H'u "
,11 J M.'
V1 js. TtX J- "
irsTi jn auioiiai jo&
Contcr Houston und Second Sts., 1'ort IVorlh, 'JJItxtis.
CAPITAL $100,000. SURPLUS $30,000.
M. U. Loyil,Prcsial, I. p.lioiiiiclt, Tice-Preslrt'l, ee.TM'ksoiiCf:is&.
Directors J.3.ttdln, M. B.Loyd, J. D.3eed,.Z3nCrU, O.C.Ccnnctt, Ceorshckion, i, Q. Smlldj
TRArSSACT A GENERAL BAWK8NG BUS8WISS6.
luivo uuii.t;ii n
;.,nr t inlaw. 10 uiu v-i
lniiL'i thoiolu honor of Unvlset inniiKV
tiill only iijiui 1 ' which thtr .lra liu
proven j ' ' " -''r, h; ,,
rv. ii. nn;iiii"i'v '-
i,,w,m,iiiiI ni ill i.M-crvo liiiiu.
fully tho Ut of nrUcH for iht
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