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now wo can re-
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THE GAZETTE: FORT WOirjB:rTrttPAY AUGUST l.
,Sn) uml 8lilp"ienU--T.ocal
q'ilfH ljtiguid with tne woo-
Rallied floweis that are
tt pijgnt pcauty oi n imiy
Irtt'itosotn. Was it ever day
ftiire looped her duinius in
inl a fragrance from the
Isie fjC3 and now tho shades
I me. Again the breath of
j,brow, but now no music 's
I ft (
Igooenway, I cinnot lnnir you
Ian kneel where starahlne
' ir tuiitt 'iniu tne languid
iw mine eyes to star lsled
iOod'slove to you be given;
en in v dav star sets for nve.
Iifejs music's past away.
rimeet you mine land where
ihlawerj. How I lean uud
1 ni)' dreaming, and tlw' far
Llare there! watch :i dawning
nil! see you as T did that
ti;l and with lloverd,-"dan-.dildiglil."
Wtta M. Gnrmjf.
SncelnlcorrciTontlfiicoof this Clnrotle.
'ltctirlutlu, August J.L. 1). Collin
sold ills lino Jjurhnni bull lo A. 1'.
lJclclier lo-ihiy fur J"00 spot cash.
L. 13. Collins & Shiimahci shlpptd
ilftc'ii otir-loiids of entile lo h. H.
Struyhorn & Co., of Chicago In-day.
There uio about ..forty car-loads iiwaU
Inirfllilpliicnt fioni horo ilils Nveek. -
The city Is lUled Willi people ntlcnd
Ing court, tind Inlslness la good. v
Afr. Decory 1ms let ii contract to
build his dwelling, work to begin nt
once. It will cost wan thousand
W. 11. " orshani baa elected a wind
mill nt Ills new place, which shows oil'
imnieiifo on the elevated prutrlo at tho
enfct end of the city,
G. "W. Merchnnt nml wife left for
Pilot Point to visit friends and rela
tives. Court Bubh nud wife returned yes
terday from an extended trln through
tho liastorn and New Iiughuid states.
13. F. Ikard left for Kansas City yes
terday on btis-iness.
National Hotel nrrivn's: Jno. M.
AVnrren, St. Louis: II. V. Steptow,
Colorado City: Ed S. Ourd, Kort
Woith; O. W. Pasco, Sherman: Louis
Minis, C. V. 13-tsley, Tom Collins, T.
C. Tliomuker, Tom Gepson, PatWool
Unlucky IJ11I (Juggins.
From Cioldoii Day?.
'Thar wa? nobody a llvin' in tho
forks o' Peach Tree and Pea Vine down
in Cieorgy them days but my dnddj
and Uncle Peter which Uncle Peter
lK'ed cloast to whar tlietwoerlcksjlne,
and daddy about a half a milo furdor
uj). Neighbors was sea'nee, and thar
were a power of varmints lathe woods.
"Any pant'ersV Yes, a big 'am. Ho
used to come, around our house , of , u
Dight and have the biggest' kiiic of a
rumpus with our do;,'s. Many's tlie
timojl've faced the dogs run 'tin when
he'd be a crossln' from Peach Tree to
Pea Vine and back.
Well, thar wus a man up thar by tho
name of Old Man Goggins which he
had right sinn'l of liogt. One day he
heard a hog a squeal In1 down tho
swamp, an he tole lii two feoi.s, Bill
an' Sam, to :o and sec what was a pes
terln' of it.
''Bill and Sam went, thry did, rind
they hadn't got nowlulrafore they seed
that pesky pant'r jes' everlustlingly
gobbling uj) one of tne old man's best
'Both tne boys let into holleiln' es
loud 6s they could fcquall to skeer the
vermint oil', and tlie pant'r turned
loose tlie hog, an' taken arterithe boys
es hard es he could tear.
"Hit w.us lively limes just about then.
No gi ass ever glow ed under them boys'
feet not as anybody knows on.- But
Bill ho stumped 's toe, he did, an'
sprawled ll'on the giound, an ufoie
lie could he could git up, or even say
his prrtrn, the pant'r lit onto im an'
commenced to chaw 'im and swatch
Bill were nionstious skeered, but he
had f-ense enough about Mm to make
out like he was dead, an' the vuuniut
kivered him up with the leaves an'
truck and tuck after Sain.
'Ole nun Gon:in heered the boys
when tlieyjjin' the fu.s-t yell, an' him.
an' Jack Peters d rapped what they was
a-doiil' an' run down toward, tho
"Tin,' ole man had Ms gun
it was a double bar'l shot-gun
liSiliool llnlldlns nt Cleburne
piooe of Gazette.
IJine, AllCU&t 1. Our pHv nnnn.
Ha.intetiii!,'to.davfor tile niir-
Hlectiiw a nlan for ilm sii
Pgwdieh is sooji to bo erected.
I'paim inans wtie submittal
WTJchltetts,lrat UinCpf A. N.
-viuicuuiue was enoBen. iiih
rtbujl()lii? GOxOO feet, the
"Villou fourteen tent-. Iiliri.
'fcoiMl eighteen feet. The
Mi' Will P.nnhitii mi.. 1..
lPel with accoinmodatioTis
mMieii; u wmauu contain six
"ufiwnis. Tlie lratfctiirv will
ihrtm iirlnifirv ii.ni,i ,,.!.,,
lUhJ ,1.. .... . ' - VJM..,,VIIU
I,i"arV VT1U be n imtje hall at
rncui. TiiulmU uiir is t
M, Rational bank of Cle
VPU ISbiliiiir notes vpsh.v.l.iv.
fsautawascured bv Mr. G.
.'W'r.of tliu bank' is 2,08'J,
HS to the new fashion is
ton the back nf ti.n .,,.... :..
illT ?IU m numerous
8J Hug better under the in-
V'W grain crop. About
SSS1'- Th lAw part
'f5'lgrO tllfi nirl,...!. 4 l.
Ife:. Uu,ii? ' lt
Mian; Dallas; Thos. Onl.lw.
in "I'd Miss Dur-
Xoiik- ft iv ui"' ' D s' rtlK'r
savr;,wn x 'K;. . w.
with squir'l shot, an' Jack had n big
"Well, they hadn't gone fur afore
they mtt Sam a gitting up an' dustin,'
au'"lhe pant'er alter Mm likn a streak
o' lightnin' ihrougli a p'r.m tliickel.
"When tne pant'er seed the men
a-comin' lie stopped of a sudden like,
an' turned back toward whurBill was
a-iyin' es s-till ef ho was dead sure
enough, which he was badly hurt.
"Thar the pant'er stood a switeliin'
of his tail, an' growlin', es much as to
This ver's my meat, an' I'll tear the
hind sights ott'n any man that pesters
"Ole man Coggins felt poweiful ju
bous. Tliar lay his sou ni' about dead,
and he was 'blecged to git him away
fioni that linngryvarmint least-ways
to try. But hit went mighty 'gainst
the grain to laelo a full-grown pant'er
with thimbleful o' small shut.
"Wliile the olo man was sludyin'
what to do. an' dolu' uoihin', tlie
nniit'iMMiiadohlOi he was M-iroin1 lo
set down an' make his dinner (H,,n
-..(It 111 . . . L .. .. I. t..t -!..
poie ism, 'inoui oveu uskiu- m
ules'lii'. . r
"The olo man cou'dn't stan' that, lie
up with his gun, an' blaze away with
'When the smoke cl'ared aw.y thai
lay Bill a moaiiiti',mui tne paiit.or was
up a gum tree, not moi'ii twenty loot
lioin whar the (deinun Gogg'uw was a
stan'in'. Jack Peteis was light behint
I he olo man, which he'd been thar all
the time, a lookin' like lie wished he
was somew'har else.
"Thln-i didn't stan' that wcy long-n.-'n
it 'A tiiho vnutotav Jack Itobin-
. , WE Lu?. " "l I A,i ifore the vuriult lit out'n that tho
K than Hftee t lousan I omo ole n,a" ,ilis' sl"lder like a
i!t "iutu iiiousamt .,,.,,,! 0 i,rl(,k 0I1 a rotten pump-
Uin. lilt, knocked tlie ole man ker-
ilunimux on tho groun', an'his gun
iknv out'n his hands about ten foot.
"Tho pant'er hilt onto his shoalder
with teeth like death to a dead African,
an' It did'pear like the olo man ww
goin' to be et up alive.
"But Jack Peters inn up, an' with
one swipe- of his knife ho cut ,tho var
mit's throat from year to year.
"Did that kill him? You can jes'
make utll'lavy it did, But ho hi t his
holt on the ole man's shoulder jes' like
l, u'iianllvi llll' Illill't n-Hittill' llClO
this minute ef Jack Peters didn't have
to pi iu his Jaws apart Willi a stick o
' wood 'foio uv the olo mun could git
'liio ole man an' boy was both laid
! up u longtime, but they overed It at
'That ar boy wasthoonluckiehtchiip
ever I seed, for niter hugot well, thun
der struck him. But he overed it, An'
one night he stole a melon, an' whilst
bo was a-runnm1 11" with It, a mogger
on bit, him, an' he overed that, too.
Then he stole a horse, an1 went to the
penitentiary, an' served out his time,
an' when ho come backrhe killed it
man, an thoy hung tho dratted thiug
an' got riu oi -im.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thumb woro be
lievers in feplritualiain, nnd would sit
for hours to nqeivu .nmuiunlcntlons
frnm little Miniilo "Vurrcn in the
Freezing 3Icnt in Aiislrnlln.
A Sidney (N. S. W.) paper savs' At
tho li ml of Barling Il'urUr. ffio o,.
ango Frozen Meat Company 1 ft3 ,. iint it
Utod up with appllnnci., for the rS
ng and storage of meat preparatory to
Its despatc Ii by ho Orient Moamers
I-ondon. Tho lower hold has l.ton
converted Into a freezing chii.nber,niid
hero can bo stoied about -l.WO carcasses
of mutton or 500 of beef. Arrange
ments are being niudo for tho for
mntltm of a K-cond chamber
betw-ceii deck'j, and It is estimated llmt
tlie hulk wllUthcn have accommoila
t on for l.ttKfoip-or 1000 bullocks.
Olieofth&llrst points which strikes
ho observer on Iooltinjj over the work
Is the absence of IcV or ice-niaklng hp
pi anccH. the systetn ntlopted being
what is known us tho dry-ulr process.
A quantity of ulNs tuken Into n cylind
er, and by means of it L'O-horse power
eilg lie subjected to a pi;esiUro or fit) lbs
to the square inch, which raises the
teuipenituto to nbout300 P. The com
preed air passes tlirough a set of cool
ers similar to those used as surface- con
densers on bbard stonmslilps, and by
means of a constant stream of "water
it is cooled down almost to its
original temperature. It llien enter
another cylinder, where it is permitUd
to expand, and in doing so the temper
ature falls to about 40' .below zero, or
723 below freo.liig point. The whole
operation only occupies a few seconds.
Tills intense cold air is pasted into the
freezing loom, where the circuses to
bo treated nro hung, and In tho course
of several hours tile meat becomes
rigid and haul ns a block of fctone.
Tho time required to frieze a sheep
completely llirouh Is about thirtv-slx
hours; quarters of beof take from live
to six days. A lemarUable feature in
count otlon with the refrigerating
chamber is that notwithstanding the
excessive degree of cold, little or no
Inconvenience H experience by the
vlMtorotf entcripg, or even for some
half hour afterwards, till the fctock qf
heat contained in' "'tho body
has been to some extent dissipated.
Tho discomfort ls not by any means so
great as that occasioned by a told
windy day even in Sidney. The com
pany lias similar works erected at
Omnge. The animals are killed there
and the carcasses frozen, and sent
down to Sydney in trucks specially
constiucted with double sides, packed
with time inches of sawdust. Thence
thoy me taken aboard the hulk and
kept till the Oilent steamer is ready
for its cargo, when tho bulk Is towe'd
down the harbor and the meat trans
ferred, in a perfectly frozen condition,
from the one freeziug room to the
oilier. In London, unln, there is a
storehouse for its reception, lined with
pieci3ely similar retrigeraling appa
ratus; so that tho meat, from the time
of iis llrst freezing utOrango till its de
livery at the London maikets has
never been allowed to thaw one.
The cold air in tii- various establish
ments, alter linvlng been used in the
freezing chamber, pnsis into a second
room, tho temperature of which is by
its means kept siilllcieutly low for the
chilliugof meat required for the Syd
ney Maiket, and which dots not neejd
to be frozen. The expenses connected
with the freezing, tlie carriage fioni
Orange and tho stoiage, amount to
about 5 pence a pound, and 2 pence is
paid to the Orient Company for fi eight,
So that about three pence a pound is
added to Ibe cost of the meat before it
ai rives in London. The Orient Com
pany has entered into an agreement
for two years to carry sixteen cargoes
averaging about 5000 sheep each, tlie
freezing company to increase the num
ber of cargoes at "will.
Woolen .Mills in Texas.
from the To tus Wool Grower.
It U a little surprising to outsiders to
know that tliogreat and growing wool
state ot Texas lias butonesiiiall woolen
mill and that not able to clothe one
per cent of its population. We say that
it is surp ising, but it is not when one
learns the enoinlous piollts 'uiiidc in
almost eveiy investment made in tlie
state oi Texas. Jf a man lias capital
lo invest, it goes into land or live stock
or both and this state of things will
continue until the piocceds ot all In
vestments in the slate ol Texas are re
duced to a legitimate prollt. Then,
and not till then, a ill capitalists give
heed to tlie fact that theio Js a good
chancellor profitable1 investments in
woolen machinery ;in that state.
Texas is a stall of Lugo eiitcrpri7.es
and We tlo not tee why u few capita
lists Wo not get together and
organize a -woolen mill, ot
tiiy, Jti setts oi. mruninery iiiul win
reiuin them a sale piollt no matter
What the time may oe in tho older
..tsiu'h tor thev could iV.lke kooIIs es-
ruciaily adapted for the consumption
ot their own state. This lestilt will ob
tain simply biciu'u tveiy yaid of
goods will I'd u.-eil in Jhe siate wheio
made, every pair of biaiikits and, lap
robes will lind a ready market at home.
Of coipue competition wouhUoon sttut
up in till-, us it has in stock raising and
,ool growing, then the prollt would
be gradually reducd to a legitimate hu
sia us they ure in the oldei states. It
is the ilret nun wen niiiiiugeu una m
tne Where's vum, ,u.. !...,.... ..,
1 Zl vly ""Vlion p'oota, Who think '
imvouti lib Min, Fix fog III oye-8 on
Ir ' i ." .77 lY 'do the hoy fthud
u JU iV.?Wft',"! lltcd to the clock:
"Se'tt that pre tv l.ft-.l I it..,n. u u.,..i
j,.i: ii " r . n iii
T I- ...
iJMiK iiiirii it !. -..i u t.
r. . 7 ."""' puv it. in ncnirc, 'niiti
,n?H .''" hmcii thcunwllilngboy
il. ''n iVU-v Wnl 1 pretty bird'
MittP'd tho1 clock. Then
j m ivii i iitriiii
yeu. KiiwKjiig tug v ,(.(..., his
loJhJsaKHln." And that wound up
Ppot'B cxperlmei.U in mesmerism.
is 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
Summer it gives tone to the
nerves1 and digestivcorgans ;
in the Fall it enables the
system to stand the shock
of sudden changes.
In no way can disease be
so surely prevented as by
keeping the system in per
fect condition. Brown's
Iron Bitters ensures pcr
.foctv, health through the
changing seasons, it disarnis
'the' $ danger Yrorh" 'im'purd.
water and miasmatic air,
and it prevents Consump
tion, Kidney and Liver Dis
. S. Berlin, Esq., of the
well-known firm of II S.
Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le
Droit Building, Washing
ton,, D. C, writes, Dec. 5th,
Geu-'lemcn : I take pleas-
lire in staling that 1 ha e used
Drew n's Iron Bitters for ma
laria and nenout troubles,
caused by overwork, villi
Beware of imitations.
Ask for Brown's Iron Bit
ters, and insist on having
it. Don't be imposed on
with something recom
mended as H just as good."
The genuine is made only
by the Brown Chemical Co.
pay the best prollt on the Investment
As leady-made clothing is all the nig(
;.. . 1, ,..i. 1iivm. .u would smtnest thai
the establishment for cutting up tho
goods into suits should bo a part of the
by si curing later styles and als(
irrent saving of interests and a les
billiv of carrying goods over to a
therVcnxirti. This may seem li UK
JOSEPH H, BROWN
And XeMlor in
BAGGING AND TIES.
Nos. 0, 8, 10, 12 and H First Street,
Port XVoirtla, Toscicls
- WholcMdf nnd Itetnll Den'.er in
HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, GAS PIPE,
. . .
tn 'vw'im&b!xszu-r?n ' 2n.i,a:'.j
AGENT 1?0R HALLEDAY'S WIND HULL.
' Cornor Houoton and Second Strooto, Fort Worth, Toxao.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST STOVE AHD HARMYARE HOUSE IN THE CITt
' iOrEvory Description of Job Wort dontron Short Notlce.-S
Tfll (tll'ra, liV 1 II-
1, ni'ii im lt rh
t'ie pDj-glciil nini
tloiiN regular and
Him", hl'l)l,S lIlO
fjctfin in gooil
I tlleeaso. J'or con-
Umul llvi ''om
lieas, kidney nml
iiieutH it Irtlnvnlti'
n tiUio (1-fOiiFo
'0tll8, bfHliieH ro
ipovlni; nil irneos
r such illscaieH
from tho cj iin. For s.ilo by ull dnigsliits
uml dealers Kcnorally.
s-4 SP-2 is-"
THE GKIUT i:X(JLISH 11EJIKDY.
bUlliillO ciil nml Ounm
Xry I DEBILITY
Tlgor, t-nenniilorrlHra, olo.,
urli!i nthr icmedlcs fall, a
cure yvarantev il, $1.60 n bot
tlo,foiirtline.s tlio qnuntlty
So. Wy exprou to any nu
iirnca Hnlil l,r nil drutrirlhls
Encllsh Medical Institute, propiletors, 718
OlhoBlieot, St. LoulH, Mo. tiold by T. .
1'owell, Fort Wortb. Toxbh.
inill proper, and this wouui savemauy
salaries and prollts that ari now much
divided. It would be just as easy to
sell tho clothing ready mudo from
tho mill a to scll it Horn a iculy
nnule clotliiuggstablbhuient. By ibis
method the clothing could be mudo up
some weeks later in the sea.-ou than is
IIOWOOIIOIII lu xiioii;. ......y,
by w curing later styles a hi u.s.,
" . ..I." ..n.,r,...u II, 111 'I los lift-
- 1 t tt I. L,lti.
advance ot ppr times am .vet insou.-,
.rising it has not been done long ago.
There is not one single leasou that can
bo urged Kili,,st il- d very much,
lluaiieially in Us favor. If a mill ol
"."... ...i .,, m.irfed in Texas, tliti
I 1114 Klllll im ...-., - ,
Awsrranlcd crro lor all diseases
caused by malarial poisoning of Iho
Mood, such as Chills and Fever.
F:vcr and Ague, Sun Pains, Dumb
nnd Masked Ague, Third-day Agjie,
SlnWng Chills, Inlermltlenl, Rcmil
tsni, Bilious and nil other Foxeis
caused by malaria. II Is alsa &o
salest and best euro lor enlad
Spleen (Fever Cakol.GonoraLifciWH
ly and Periodic Neuralgia.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGS3TS.
. K. 11UI1NSWJO A CO.,
WHOLESALE LIQUORS A3STD CIGARS,
And Agents lor
Anlicuscr'Sj Antliony & Kului's nml liudweiscr's
ALSO ANTHONY & KUHN'S KEG JU3EU.
No. OO'IlQustwii Stt'cet, - JTort Worth, Toxau
CINCINNATI OFFICE : 120 SECOND STREET
Greatly Reduced Prices I
Having purcUasotl Uilsealo lu cnr-lcd lots Xor oatOyl' n "ow preprxcd'.to offer my
THE OLD RELIABLE AND BEST SCALE
In the market tit greatly rednred prices rrom Sormer raten. I lmvo lu Block, nnd hnU keep
nt nil tlmen u lull Uiw of scales and lrnrlt of tlio Kulrtnnk rmiko. l'nriiea wnntlnc nuy
elzo cculo will do well to wrlto ruo for prlcvi.
PLATFORM WAGON SCALES A SPECIALTY.
W. F. LAKE, Ji'OItT WOKTII, TEXAS.
K. M. VanXAtidt.
J. J. Jitrvltf.
J. P. Smith.
TIDBALL, VANZANDT .A.Jft
FORT -WORTH, TEXAS.
A Ocuot.il rtoakiaa llnslncsi Tr iiDnoti.di ColUBtltJDKiBd(nnd promptly reniltti,
ch'.j)i:o uruwn ou uli tn primlpnt eltiHof Klimpo.
First National Bank
Comer irouston aitdi Sccoud Sfav. 'ort "WorUJi, Texas.
CAPITAL $100,000. SUltPLUS 880,(KHi.
M. IL Lfytl, PrcsW'l-, 3)i.GJteiuitfc,Tia-rrft8iil,i1,(jif..TiicU80M.Grft
Dircclon l.S.Codln, M. D,LoltJj,D; Reed, to.ittW. D. C. GennnH, C5tf Jsclson, J. ty.3anUSw
TRANSACT A ENERAL BANKING BUS1WES6.
jw York; G W Svu.
K-S'i iV"y,'Ji ' JivmiH,
WttZ, vlllago church
ta-lta riSL eraiiiontirt wiut,
EiFmm mJ urw lMk- lh0
fvlM.8WaT' of U.' liquid
fre. Joan ttmiAoL,
W. Lomax, Cashier.
Kovlng purehasev tlio Dewey Vlanliia 1
nit In order the machinery, hi1 added j
.. a 1 . .-... t.ii III I j Jt tlllllW (111
wnoi and dirt would hu suve-d, he-sijlw
.1 ... fll.l
iirnv linlll irillll l.
""" "" : :.;n .,u nu.
Ion of iiunufocturiiiB i
i...iiv .i niuiUir of e-lioie-u
Intere'Ht on im
e-o. wiin us
t ima i'oL to coniu : H M
hardly a nmiK'r
saSSSi.wff.'r z J
load in uio eiin" i" ""
Vliftt JlcimiTism is.
WliiiWst mesnitriiin ',."KI;" l "r.
utile bov tho other. an.
OF FORT WOilTa.
Capital mm $172,00900
A Kegular Banking Busraeps
la nil fcrfcuciieK. ira'iKnolBd.
ieUanga howtW and M. and ccllecUoru
Uiehan?o on fflS. "land, $, "6Vr
BSSrKSia: ffulyninurwden and
., i.. nnur f ha irv-krinnrrv utvj imtiRfi tuimi
t iiew nittclilne lo 1 .mi now vjy imrwl to dj
Ull KliHID i vrunDir;!! iwhvw --
lloorsand lillniU, V liidowacd lxwr Kwinrii
Htoro UounterB tu 1 Hholvh. Kuhoil Dew
and Church boJ. Atno, all lilndK or
V1ioI(mji1 llaiiiiraciviirtv of
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