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HEE GAZETTE: FOBT WORTH. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14.
h'i:inj:siay mornino aimwst in.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY
Loving Publishing Company.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
HnrmmiNo to tlio extension of the
niMivay mall gerviee Into Mofclco, llio
Now York TViItt ny "ow that the
railway companies nro rapidly ex
tending (heir lines from our Southern
frontier toward the cnpltnl of the Mcx-
lean Republic, the establishment of In
ternational railway nnitla cannot no
long postponed. Potnmster-Ck'H-eral
GmaWAM has directed
1 dm nttuntlnn of the Mex-
1 1 oo ! lean postal nuthoiltlcs to tills subject.
ISS imdliiis suggested the possibility of
w mihstitiitliiii railway mall heryieo
Whoknalo l)iler Hi
? no month,
TllMWEVni.V nAZETTK . . . "IB i ,.
Hah uoen recotitly enlarged and Improved for the International uxcniiiigu
and notrconuuu urtmy vauvnvn "';" nf inn U Iiv ma bv WlW 01 vera
"""""""-' V m
ruz. It Is very plain that
he railways already furnish a belter
adiw rrco of pouie, ni tuo following low j llR.u,,8 0f milj communication, so far
a . iriiiitn toiiu 1111 irniii inn nrnuiu in liiu
wtnuperhi Uio country mm lo mtwicrnw
, In nil nnrUriM hat lilted KtAlCftnildflin' t
! as the residents of Northern Mexico
2iw ! ami their correspondents in thin coifn-
Mubnorlptlon to dIly-Anrt weekly l Htrlctly In , .. . u s probable
nUvanco.ixmi nil rnicmU)ipcd when lime ir arc contmiui, aim "- " i "
paid for oxpir-. I that by the addition of short "star
Bttlranlrlwnl 2VZ . in 111? ', routed a more satisfactory
paper changed will plcasa i
!inmuulcAllou both the old
ana now ua
service us far South as the city
Kmnlt Ly flrnft oa 1ort Worth, potttifflco f Mexico can bo established. Appn-
ShomlYo wc will not be mjU'le for j retitly the time for the proposed chnngu
K"SW,'iAr,m, Kort Worth, Tex. I I "ear at hand, Some ofour Mexican
Hpechnou coplfj koijI (rco on application. ; olfhl)OrM regard with alarm the work
of citizens of the united btutcsln
I their republic. The more Intimate
n-Thf T-OVI.NO 1TB WBl I?" Wr , ,...,'. , lilln.l,. t.n..r,l
Ante ettablithttl Jlrwteh VJllcti for cor ivinn leufce vi wiii iumv ,..
jpomfciier nml We rtceipt 0.;M'lY,"'AJ' i .Mexico, wllicll llltlHt 0OIUU with U
and iuitcr(n'Um),nml whrrc ftlet nf the Owe -'"" 'i " "
pmi' .ftibiicafforu mi aiivny t otind, 4 g00,i international mail service, may
'"bah' antonio-a'o. 220 xriroM rtct, dispel tlieir fears and bolienellelal in n
jieiioMKHAKKisJrfi)ifffr,CHAK.Hi:AiiAuoii I iMtUtli-nt ub well aa in v commercial
Oolokaho Citv KII UJKI,
Waco J. K.KTnKKr.Mitnoeer.
l'ostago to bo Paid.
., .It requires one cent to prepay the
' postage on a cony of theGAZirn'K; one
cent on the Wool Grower and two
cciMi on tho Stock Journal, Where
two paper are enclosed in one pack
age, U requirea two cont, and If an
other paper Is enclosed with tho Atock
ouniailt re(iiire three ccnln.
J'ersonH leavini) the, cl(,i or the utatc
durhitf tho Kummcr months can have
the DAILY GAZETTll mulled to
them, poHtpnhl. for $1 pir month. The
uddre.nn man f,c chaiucd as often as
dr.nlrcd. Tho OAZlSTTntvllVbomall
ed to travelers in Europe, jiotatjc pre
paid, for 51.30 per month.
Tub celebration of Martin Lrm
i:it'b entry into the town of Krfurt,
CJcrmany, Is beiny carried out with
A vorn was leeently taken at a
luwn-tennhtmity on cMl service re
form, which showed nine for and one
against It. The hired man, who took
cire of the grounds, east the odd
NOAH'S ARIC roiINI).
It has been announced hi Constan
tinople that a party of Turkish cin-
' misi-ioncrs nppointetl to investigate
the question of avalanches on' Mount
Arnv.it BUddenly canie upon u gigantic
structure of heavy oak wood protrud
ing from a glazier. Tho inhabitants
wild they had seen it' there for six
yea n but had been afraid to approach
UbccaubciiHpltltof llerco aspect had
been been looking out of
the upper windows, probably
Noah's tfhost. This did not
deter the comnilf-sioneis howevr
who woie determined to reach it. Alter
incredible hardships and muub schem
ing and engineering they reached it.
The ark was found to bo in , good
statu of preservation, although the
angles had been brokeu.in Its descent.
The report suys they recogni.ed it at
onco, whlcli of course Is very reasona
ble. They entered it and found that
It was painted brown. It will lie a
matter o( much regret that the Uiblo
did not record the color of the paint
u-iod In tho ark as tliis would have
furnished a missing link. All the, ic-
EMi'Kitoit Vji.mam, of Oerinany, , iMiireiiients now In elloct in Great
and Kmperor Krancis JubKrii, ofijtrilain for the shipment of liorscs
Austria, met at Salzburg last Week and ' hud lieen carried out to
(Ook two glni-ses of beer together, with j the letter in tho construction of this
Umberger cheese and pretzels. Tho j tmtaent barge. It was linposslblo for
meeting way a notable one.lt is lobe (the commissioners to ascertain how
far Into the glacier (lie ark extended,
but (hat will soon bu ascertained, as an
Anieilean lias, visited the concern and
entertd Into negotiations for its im
mediate transfer to Amend. It. will
doubtless be placed near Ci.ixh'Atra'.s
Htipposed, as it was cabled to America
tlie night it occurred.
Tiu: dispatches' announce tlmt
the Hrothorhood of Telegrnpheis has
nearly Hiirreiidered ind (hat tho striUe
will soon end. The delusion whlcli
. . .... ... I..1..I.... I., il... C....I.1,,, i.
leans men io uiutugu m ' inmu it,u.uoAi i'.v-i:s,
folly of dictating t" their employera . 'i'i,c preminiption of a legislature in
"the lermftof their service and plan or ' ,t,earjj who shall and who shall not
co.uduutlug business, Is certainly illus- 1 1)0 furiilaliecl with free passes by r.ii'i-
trated in this case. I muls, was very appropi lately con-
-en. (lenined by the Nashville, Chattanoo-
Tm: following story Is told In the K(V ,t St. Louis railroad not long since.
Cincinnati A'citw, of tho dog of a Texas T,0 leulHhiture of Tennessee at Its last
gentleman: "He followed his owner session parsed an act lequiring the
to gamlilliiK house one dnj. It was ' rhVayH f tho state to furnish free
against the rule but still the propile- ( j,nSHt.3 to the hoiud or railway eom
tor did not turn him out, so he linger- j mSHioners. The umiiiI nlode of tho
ed near tho poker table. Suddenly ' reformers him been to enact, or attempt
when Ids owner was betting largely , j0( t,at no one connected with tho
on three aces, the dog (lew at hlm as u.Kis.iHtive, uxecutlvu or judicial do
If mad, and bit nt his legs and tore puttiuunU of the whit., government
Ids coat, and broko up tho game. All ! Hiiould accept Mieh documents, but tho
. throw down their handn In the mdee, t h) of Tennessee trleil anotlier way.
. and llio dog's owner saw that his op-1 After their cnnmibsloners were'ap
lioneut had a ilush. Since that ho ' ointed th v made a renuest. under
he has refused oilers of large sums for I to law referred to, of the Nashville,
that dog from Texas gentlemen of tho Chattanooga .t St. Louis railway com-
strictest honor." j puny for passes. Tho president of tho
""V" - , ! company lefused to recognlzo the au-
innsaioaiaueuoii .uouony ui ui.m ,,.,...,. .... .,lu- il.L,iuillllirij to
i-.V large stock of goods of Wi:NAR .fe i.wiiento to thu rallwavs of thu
SAMUm.S to the Chase Trading Com- 8tu0 l() whom Hhoul(, ,.
pwijrHnr thu lnrgo mini of 513,6U3 Ih an- m,0 jms,0H) i,llt ,0,(l tho upplleants
other Indication of (he Ininienbo husi- thut.asa matterof eonrtey, his road
nebs boom this cltvl enjoying, 'llmti ....,.,,,,,,.., Mll,m .... ,, .., thl, ,.,,.
a llrni doing business In this city can ojni,ftlH , 0 H,)Ut.thut ,H woull,
L'pt tlie passes as a matter
nr.uim't.tQv I til t. iirfH'e.ifliwI (it roi'iinillv
and seller. The il-m that oun allotd i (,omun(l t-,ulUlH lhl. r ht Mml(jr the
according to existing Indications, far
in tho future. AVeak and defaulting
nations may maintain a nominally in
dependent existence, but It will be by
reason of Jealousies, rather than the
forbearance of stronger powers. No
nation Is absolutely safe which is not
in a condition to defend itsclft nor can
It bo in this condition, no matter how
strong in other respects, without a
well-established credit. Nations can
not, therefore, nllhrd to ho unfaithful
lo their pecuniary obligation. Credit
to them, as tto Individuals, is money;
mid money is tho. war power of tie
age. The credit of the United States
is bright and untarnished. Its debt
was created by the people in their suc
cessful struggle for individual anil in
divisible nationality. It .was not a
debt imposed upon unwilling .subjects
by despotic authority, hut onoincuncd
by thu people themselves for the preser
vation of their government. Its bur
dens have been cheerfully borupby the
people, but they do not wish to bear
them n u necessarily nor permanently.
Let, then, our surplus revenue bo ap
plied to the reduction of the debt. The
idea of dividing a surplus and national
revenue among the states, as has been
proposed, was put In praetlce undo
Jackson's administration, with the re
sult that tho very next year there was
a detlctency In the national treasury in
consequence of it falling oil" of revenue;
and no one has seriously proposed a
repetition of the scheme until now.
Besides, it Is better tliat the states
should not get accustomed to looking
to tho federal treasury for help, for the
reason that such a practice- will tend
to foster carelessness of expenditure,
for what comes easily goes easily. Hut
why have any surplus revenue? Much
better If not applied to debt reductibn
to abolish the whole system and free
the people from needless burdens.
TtiXAS STATU XKWS.
Tliis is the week of prayer appointed
by the Methodist bishops' for the
Nat Mathews of VanZandt county
lias a calf only two months old and
welulis 'S) pounds.
Morris County Iferald: Statistics
allow that Dalugerlleld has shipped
nearly double the amount of cotton,
and we feel feifo In saying nioie than
double the amount of lumber, and
other things in lrko piopoition, over
the previous year.
Brenham Manner: Texas i.s the creat-
i-st cattle producing state In the
Union, but Toxans now eat canned
corned beef put up In Kansas City, of
the llesli oi Tex is cattle. Texans a no
1 1 1 vi:ahs out.
ii m... uo...g ims iiess in mis cuy uau j 0u.llH ,- tll0 Htato-tliat is, wouh
alloid to pay such a price for a sio-.k , ,vo ,0U perilll(IIslon to H,,0 wlthoil
oi goods (o bo placed on the niatket j , furi fJ(j10 ,ommi,sIom!rri l0
immediately Is an earnest oi a healthy ftww, , t Ulu 8 nH u uluUt
state of business, both for the buyer . ., lm 1)rom,lk.( , to ,-onim,
to pay 80 much for a htock of goods
sold.at forced side can ad'ord to sell
4110111 cheap In propoidoii, and no bet- j
..ter bargains were ever ofl'ercd In (Ids
city than can bo obtained from the
purchasers of this stock of goods.
I r there be an otyfelum on cirth It
,-lt probably in "ICgypt," III. In de
scribing one of several springs whlcli
exist there u correspondent says; "Tho
wnlor is strongly diuretic, and, what is
most singular, it Is to many poisons
quite intoxicating, making one's head
' feel for u few moments much art though
i' (he had taken a regular oilhodox drink
under tho benign provisions of the
Bcorr law." Thctu'nro natural ad
vantagefi which are oalculated to give
"Hgypt" a boom. If them Is anything
the North American people want it is
mi intoxicant that (Iowa from the
ground without let or hinderance, and
especially without price. Good.bye,
(ho matutinal cocUlall; good-bye the
nightly night-cap, for which we have
to put up filteen cents. To Egypt tho
St:ir of Kniplro takes its way.
law, mid were promptly refused.
Nothing further was done until quite
recently, when, It is stated, the com
missioners went to tho railway limua
rfors and ollored'to tako passes on any
terms. They doubtless concluded not
to wait for a supieuio uouit decision
holding that a legislature cannot
compel a railway corporation to
glvo free .passes to anybody.
One of the best authorities on
finances published In .tho United
States, furnishes an analysis of tho na
tlonaldebt t date and mikes some sen
sihluaud sound suggestions. It jnys'
the maintenance of the publio faith is
a natlou'd necet-slty. Nations do not
and cannot safely accumulate moneys
to be used at a future date, and exigen
cies aie coiibtn ut ly occurlng In which
(lie richest and most powerful are
under tho nicesslty of borrowing,
The millennial days when nations
shall beat (heir swords Into plough
shares and their spears into pruning
hooks and learn war no more, are yet,
int, oleonmrir.lrino made of the tallow
and refuse fat of Texas cattle, put up In
Kansas or some other country.
Austin County Tune: On the 10ih
lust, the Iriends of Mr. Hubert Kidd
of Sealy presented hliu with a gold
headed cane, 'appropriately engiavtd,
that being the date of his lOiitli anni
veivary. Mr. Kldd Is stiilabluto walk
about very well, and we expect him to
come to (own uexi i iieMiay m voie on
(lie proposed constitutional amend
ments. Austin County Tiinrs: For some
days a mad dog bus been prowling
through the sueels, lilting at
every living thing lie approached,
He is known to have bitten more than
a do.en dogs, and unreliable rumors
add a mule and a negro to tho list.
Tuesday morning Constable Glenn sue
oco'Jed'ln killing him after an exciting
chase and a nutubei of shots.
Abilene Quill'. Halrd was this -week
connected with the rest of the world,
north and south, by telephone. Many
ofour citizens have been hnldinir con
versations with persons in Coleman
City. U will be remembered that the
military telegraph line recently ad
vertised for sale was bought by a
telephone company who changed it to
a telephone line. 'Phis is a conve
nience to people living on the lines
ami Is but another evidence that the
"world do move."
UeiuU'ison Timet); LuV. Sunday
morning Inquire Davis found a hon-c
tied to a bush near his held, which,
from all appearances, had been there
three, four, or live weeks. In its
scramble for liberty the ilit of the
saddle was broken, and the saddle vas
still lying near. Tho squire suys it
actuaUy looks like the picture of a
patent mrdlclne horse, betoie tftking.
It was hitched there by t-otiie one who
has mysteriously disappeared. No one
iias tlie least Idea who-c horse It I,
who bitched it. there, or anything
about It more than Is above lelated.
Shackelford S''in Cupl. Lee's pas
ture fence was cut la-t week, which
fact we regret exceedingly to learn, as
our county is on the high road to pro
giessand the cutting down of thcu
leneew, u licpi up, win uwi. ui,v nuii
the sale of real estate but will kill the
trade of our town. It has already had
a diiniavlng eU'ect upon tliu sale of
laud, as we nave Heard oi several par
ties who came to our county with tint
expectation of tattling among us. but
on healing of the fences hitvjng been
cut, left Just as toon they could get
away, siylug they would not give ten
cents per n"ro for Shackelford county
land if they weie not allowed to fence
It. The members of our legislature
should pike this matter unde; advNe
nieutand pass a law at (heir next ses
sion making it ti penitentiary ollense
for a man to willfully and maliciously
cut hia neighbor's foiwe, '
Uel Cltlcit St. I.oiiIk lms
St. Jnils I'osl-Dlnputch.
'J'lie Inst ouo or Washington's colored
Imilv servants wlio died in this cit.V
iiad his toes pointing to the cellliig of
a small room near isimn aim uratioi
streets, one flight six years ago. He
was declared to bo positively tlie final
claimant for a plnco In tho large army
of black men who had the honor and
pleasure of administering to (ho wants
of the father or his country when Jn
tho zenith of Ills glory. The declara
tion that tho last had been put far
i i ...i ... t..uiir.
CllOUgll UllllUr BKHHIU iw JiiaLiiv
tho hope that he wouldn't be heard
from again, has since proved to have
been without nindutlon. Tho gentle
niui who edit tlie curiosity corners of
newspapers nowadays have In the past
few weeks trotted out several blaek-borry-litled
freaks almost old enough
to have been grnudfathcis when tlie
war for American Independence was
begun. They may now add another
In tlie person of Thomas "White, a bed
ridden uarity residing in a sniaii cot
tage back of Lindoll paik, who can
look out from his pillow upon live gun
eratlons of ills children, the oldest
being his son John White, aged ninety
coven, snowy-haired, skeietoii'ligured,
and almost as feeble and helpless as
his father, who, it Is asserted by his
grand-daughter, Mrs.Charloite Gaines,
auedhixtv-flve, was born in February,
17-l'J, and Is consequently Ml years
"He whz horned, " saUlMrs. Gaines,
"on do plantation of a man named
Grews. I don't know nuflln' about de
spellln' oh his name, chile. When he
wu. ten yean urn no wuz given to Air.
Dalton, who had a place alongside the
Washlngtons and dar lie remained for
ober forty yeah. He done knowed all
do "Washington family, an' I often
heern him talk about Masscr George,
an' laugh w'en anybody reeded about
what a good little boy he wu,. 'Why,'
grandpa utun to say, 'Masser George
many and many a time stnhd his
father's tolmcky and kern out under
de trees In have a (pilot smoke, an' ho
used to tell yarns about whlppin' In
juns an' kllllu' bear dat war de wust
lies that ebber pierced my ears.' Dmi
dat cherry tieo story. Graulpa made
mo' fun ob dat dan anytnin' else, bt
kase lie said the Wasliliu;tous nebber
had no clieiircs on deir laud all de
lime be knowed dem, and besides ir
(ley had and Matser Georirehnd cliopt
It down wid an ax he'd n nebber
'feed it, kas lie allors ninued into thu
woods and madu faces a, ids dad w'm
th old gen'Iau wanted to lick him."
The J'oht-J'Htjxifo'i rOjioiter was now
'funding at the bedsideofjohn Wlii'o
the mail of Ml ycais. His skin tight
ly drawn upon ills face, was of a green
ish yellow hue, and revtaled
every bone beneath almost as plainly
in If thno had remove 1 the
entire cutaneous covering. The closed
eyes weie sunk buck deep in their
Mk'kets, tlie no-e was as pinched and
thin as if a clothespin had held 1 1, in
its embrace for foify yeai; tlie tissue
pajier like lips were half parted, the
eais withered and the head bald, ex
cept for a lifht white fure which
seemed (o be springing into existence
on its surface. Tlicie was no apparent
respiration, and to tlie reporter, John
White looked like a very dead darky.
Nu other portion of his anatoniv wiis
exposed except his lace, which was
skeleton like and death lined.
Tlie reporter had been referred to an
old Mullanphy stieet doctor, who had
attended John White from time to
time. Heing aked his opinion of
White's age the doctor said ho had no
reason to doubt the statement.-, made
by Mrs. Gaines. White was undouht
eply the oldest niau lie had overlooked
upon, but he had been practlculy dead
for eleven years, and might as well be
buried and mourned for at once.
To the Merchants of North
You can find right at your doors, PREIQBt uk
SAVF,n. n.r. IT. A STTimM Vm
complete assortment of
NOTIONS, FHsne 19
Bopts, Shoes and.
At the Immense Establishment of
P.S -We are strictly Wholesale, and studjrfljjfa
xuiioiBsuu ui ivioi uiiccais oniy.
J. I. ROBBINS,
Sign Work, Interior Decorating
AT ti. K. PAINT SHOP,
No 9 Main Street.
W. W. KOUTH,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OFFIChs-No. 18 Jlffiin Slrett. JResiilmce,
N. If. Oullioun twit T7iirf .Streets. 5-25lf
(Jen. Grant does not IlUc to travel on
Sunday If ho Can help If. Tlo other
day Gen. Porter telegiaphcd tij hint in
tlie Catsklll niouiltains that (a direc
tor's car was at hs disposal fof a trip
to Long Hranch on SundaV. Gen.
Gnint politely declined It, hiivjou: "1
always tried not to tiavel ouSunday
when 1 held olllce, tniil ihero,loes not
seem to be and reicsonablo extuio for
It now," A,'
A Texas Hear Story.
S'lin Anto'ito IletAlil.l
A gentleman was out hunting re
cently on the Nueces. He had killed
a good deal of small game while out
hunting during tlie day, and was re
turning home a short while before
dark, with just, enough ammunition to
load ills litle and put four shots in his
pistol, This was unfortunate, too, In
one respect, as will be seen further on.
In pursuing the journey towaid home,
this nilirhter hunter, for so lie can
fairly be called, saw a bear go into a
hollow tree, and lesolved to have
sonic bear meat. He compelled
bruin to descend from his lild-l
lug place, and shot him dead with the
rule as hoeuicrgea from the hollow.
Another hear soon made Us appear
ance, from the same tiee, no doubt to
bee what was the cause of all the nick
el on (hpoutslde, and met wilh same
the fate as the former, this time shot
with the trusty pistol. A pair of dead
bears Is a patty good day's work for
ono hunter, but (hoy continued to
(Mine out. of that treo at a rapid rate
until five weie piled up dead on tho
ground Five shots only the hunter,
had, and every shot mtido a dead
hear. Hut that Is not nil. Two nioro
mown beats invule their appearance.
Tlie hero of tliis wonderful storv had
no more ammunition left, but h'U bra
very was equal to (he occasion. He
attacked them with ids empty gun
and made such a desperate battle that
the bears, crippled and wounded, fled
from the scene of Unit mighty and ter
rible conflict, leavimr the ininloi' In
peaceful possession of his five dead
trophies, and the hero of one of the
most remarkable bailies on record.
' -. -
Attention has been called anew in
l'ails to the order of tho Hrcfuutcd
Clares. There am 18 oftbeo nuns,
and Hhiro uirder U2 years of age. The
reason of tills, according to a state
nient Just made by Harm? l'alet, Is
that the rule of the Clare is so e.c.
slvely severe that nearly all the In
mates die young. They go barefoot
on (hu cold stouo lloo-Ing; they never
;imii u vmse ves ai a lire, evui Iho
kitchen (Ire being placed beyond their
access ; they cat meat only "on Christ
inas day : they sleep on u narrow
board: they must spend ten hours
every day upon their knees, and thev
aro only allowed to speak to" opu
another on rare occa&ious.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS,
OFFICIS.-IH Seaton UnlUltnir, ovor Wm
Urowu't. Grocery Htore.
3D jE3 1XT "3? X SJ "X" ,
FORT WORTH, '1EXAS.
OFFICE-No. 13 Main ?.1rect. Up Main,
UHBS NITROUS OXIDE GAS.
The Great Popu!uyt
J. J. KANE.
Architect and Superintendent.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OFFJCJir-Qi(r Firtt Xattonal Dank.
riatiH and RpeclilcUli.ns with nil modern
improvement!,. Including esthnntefc of the
cpmof ovory description of buildings in the
Ity or country. Poslttllca Hox 39. 8251
W. II. Cowa.v. , J.V. 1'ohr.y
COWAN & POSEY,
Attorneys at Law, Notaries Publio
Ami Crnrral 11(a) Kilntc llrokrn,
SEETWATBR, NOLAN 00ONTT, TEXAS,
AKentK for Texas ntutro.ul fluids. Hpccla
Attention to Collection!,. References: First
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C. If. REMINGTON,
Contractor and Builder!
Plan. peclncatio!iR nrd estimate
nuninucu on application.
Office and Shon on Houston bo
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