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A ".. W!!lr. J. HIiohi
wrZ fiiriu of BUio.1
ii"Yn iiillM iwrtiiwes'. oi
bMU Tnit Patiinloy evening
before ... m ! renew el
lftj Jfafc'4 W,?.,, ,""
Ahlnitwlce, striking a
M?' iSml in tUo fill). Tho
t. nunnei mourning, u
I'? I1" .',. nrregtetl by
SWi Await the notion of
,htheK.lnl,"' r ,,., ,,1.1.1,1 nil
.(W.&1 to theeebool
H tfchHclrcn within tho
s-3mMf ',.,,, 271,400;
'lcgAn.vftvfllbiblo for the
t tf WM-Tiiy7. Number of
ifSratlm. of the state
i" '"".;... .uiniini avaimuio iui
' nJ flJ,7W.G0. Number
Ire" 'Li OS': amount of
w'i-uia'fnr Parker county,
Vli-rnfjcliolota in Wu.it i-
IS I J It will bo seal
ti'.vVi7.;nh.ie is the sum
,r enchVcholnr. I am nlso
Of ""'. tr, ,,,.. Hint
dl,,; the scholastic
I""1" '..nhnlir. flirt V. lllll!
lioiniMijw --, ,, ! , f
.i. iiiuinriiuuAi.uui'iuii loiiwi
he dnitetl States (listiict eouit,
itaii place against the Sockk
ni-nirn nvnr mifi.tlllm nf n nrm. xr.
had a very light shower last nijrht, but
not ijiioukIi to dt more than to help to
ninku liens and poldtooH.
We linve eight now brick store hous
es neatly completed In our town.
The Kansas fc Oulf Short Line rnll
roiul 1h pushing its work. There only
remains aboutsoven and a linlf miles
of grading to complete It through
from here to Lufkiu in Angelina coun
ty, where It will connect with lire
mond'ri imrrowjrttuire. From thta to
Tyler there remidlis only about ten
miles of grading. When completed,
which h antlcli titeil In it few months,
we will have a tlirougji system of nar
row gaugo from llomton to St. Louis.
"Ve now huvothe I. & G. N. It. K.
Items from Collin. Ule-ltntii, Crops, Schools
Correspondence of tin-Garotte.
Colllnsville, Ahguyt llLTho con
tinued ruins are dlfcotlmglug the far
nioiv. Tlie boll woun has already
nnute Its appearance. Our large oiit
cron Is mostly shipped.
Tim teachi'i-i of our academy are
making pieparatlons for a Hue school
In tho coming scholastic year. Fami
lies coming iii to educate their children
find Itdilllcultto obtain houses.
J. E. Langston it Co., expect In a
few days to open up a stock of goods
In the Collins building. This will
make only eleven stores In our little
town. Nothing like having plenty of
competition; it initkes goods cheap.
MUIUW CUIIICU Will UIUllllUK Ml
Sew York city to lay in his fall stock
of dry goods, groceries, ecu. He ex
pects on his way to take in St. Louis,
Chicago, .Niagara Fulls and the Louis
TILL DL'STOX SCHOOL DECISION.
' j,',,,Wi! ilcs Jslatfi Unm, u
conivnny with head-quurUirs
ihljclty, i dlsplnyed on the
utonlat the comt-iiouse. it
Wybt pages oflesiiloip pa
deJriHetho lands to be Milil.
,'uSltoWKe piaws nciHumuci -iui
krf.!1 fe. XJf !sf?,w:
V IL.ilntl !iu It. lint, nnlu
J IQ IUC VV""". "- " " , "
jkJftioriMo to that pest, the
fOrO. ircr JH" nun fuuiigu
Iclty council has ordered the ia-
feof bonds it me uiiiiiuiiii ui iu,
f tlie puriio-ie of building a school
first bale came in last Friday.
fc wised by W. li. Jlluiiies, near
I ia this county.
,rf Iltllrojit l'ntltltles-IIj menial
Jocatloiml l'eriMiiial Jlonlloii.
x)ndtwe lo tho Unzctte.
Jjuk, August 11. Ou and after
iy, August 12lh. 18St?(the Texas
I, WJUis liariow-guugo luiiumu
jo fuuc passeuger tiaiiis per day
til of two. in ncretoiore. l'Hts
jll be bk-Msed witlx railroad fa-
mot noted event of the senson
e marriage of Jir. Utias. Moms,
Rev, ,5. a. Monis, president of
Couuty bank, fo Miss Myrtis
DSobtiaughter of Mr. Edward
U5on,icc-ire-ii(lent of the same
tucu occurred at b:;iu o'eloclt
'tUutsJaV nicht, at the ie-i-
of tbebnde'S parents, one mile
of town, 'the happy couple left
iy oh (utir pndaituur to Southern
;. Jiofliiwrtiejartfi'iMitnil llirmu's
requiarterm of Pittsburgh col
lider the jrtoie ot Pi of. J. W.
nopenuMast M'niiilnv nmrniiiir
full attendance. iMan'y valuable
'uiieiits Imve hcen made in the
moneratioim nf tUW iiihtitntinti
iolt bids fair to become the
torn of Kastern Texas.
sEfther Gollberg one of the
beautiful and eharniinir vouiij:
M111I3 ptuce tetunad the other
fooan extended visit to friends
ncrson. biie Was accompunied
iiVMis? DjUw WUcill Hl w,l.ni.
leJIeof Jellerhnn who will snond
HmevhltliiL' .Mis nlilhor(r imil
''.-Bill Edwards, (he "nhat" and
,"jan of Pittsburg, leturned homo
iMayfrom Foit Worth, wheio
W.W a delegate of the Kiilirbts
nor of th s iiluce.
eat raius encourages the thought
ae cotuiu crop will be good.
ier u very w.iviu now.
irotr.icted meeting besran here
?nt under tho niKntwrj ,.r ti,,.
lteiilj1 to tlie Ne Corri'Spondont aiiu
Vli-w Tall en by tho City Count II.
Denton, August 1). In reply to the
Austin coriespondent of the AriM In
leportlngthe uttorney-general's deci
sion regaidlng the apjiointment of
school tiustees, I be to state that eald
correspondent was mistaken In his
premises and consequently wiongin
tlio deductions theiefrom. The city
jL'ouncll of Denton did not wish to oust
the old board of school trustees elected
by the people in 1S70 for a term of four
years under the law in force at that
time. But said term of olllee having
about expired and a new law having
been enacted by the legislature In
Apill, 1SSIJ, by which said new board"
ot trustees should bo appointed by the
city council, they (the city council of
Denton) assumed It to be their prerog
ative and duty to appoint th new
board to assume their duties at the ex
uiration of the term of ofllce of the old
board elected in 1S79.
This action the city council deem
ed to Uc in accoulanco with the new
law. To tills court-u some membeis of
tho old bouid demuried, claiming
that the public schools had been
placed beyond the control of the city
council bv ren.)n of the fact that in
1S71 the people had voted that the city
should assume control of a board of
trustees which at that time were elec
ted by the people under the In w ex
isting ut Unit time, and further claim-in-r
that the law of ISS.'t did in nowise
lepeal or amend the hiw of 1S70, be
cause (as they claimed) the public
schools of Denton were not now under
contiol of the city council. Hence,
the demurri'is claimed that the public
school trustees should now be elected
by the people independently of the
enactment of 1SS:5.
On this question the city council do
not think tbo attorney-general lias as
yet rciuliM erta decision, but that hi-,
recent decision was upon the question
as to whether the city council has or
has not a liht to oust tho old boaid of
trustees from imicc a prerogative
which the city council of Denton does
not attempt to exercise at all. They
only claim the right to appoint the
now board to assume oHIcp at the ex
piration of the term of ofllce of the old
board elected in lfa"0.
A. Mi:.m unit or th 1: Cm Couxm,.
. AS INHUMAN FATHER.
CWlmln III, H.,,,,51,,., A'npr routteM1
l'ottrteon years ago n Mmu hy t)0
nf 1 ,m ,,in,,,Ht ,ir bab-v' tho door
Lu fV-yt i,h.eii,.,?.tt,10 ,?f ""tolllE, Mr
?i .1!,, u,' llnlc " ki''Uy took the little
thing In, cared lor It, ghlng it all the
protection of a father and inothct-ln
tact trented It as one of their own chil
dren. As the girl grew older thuv sent
her to school and she bequmo quite ac
complished, ami her foster father find
niotner etc very fond of their protege.
Y'Stenluy u,0 futlier who had
nbant'.oneJ the Infant fourteen years
b' roturnetl mid demanded the cua
tudyoftheghl, now grown almost to
womanhood. Mr. and Mrs-. latcllir
refused to surrender her and aouitht
egal counsel as to their rights. The
awyer told them, that as they hud not
legal y adopted the girl tho father was
entitled to her custody and they could
not hold her. Of course nothing could
bo done but to leave the mutter to
the father and tho irfi-1. rin fniiirp
jventtohls daughter and requested
her to go with him, but she told him
he had never boen a father to her and
she did not love him and refused to go.
Johnson then dragged her to the de
pot by main force. At the depot she
irot away and the rnt,liPiini mr..r i,.i
Land when he cmiuhl her bomm to
beat -her. This aroused the cittens
and twenty armed men came to the
rescue of theirlrt and ordeicd the heart
less father tos-ud herto Mr.,rtndclltr's.
Tils ho was obliged to do. Then they
admonished him it was unhealthy for
him to reiunin at Giddiinrs very long
and simge'-ted if he did" not want to
visit the lenlnis of eternity he had
better take tho next train and never
baseen in thoe parts again; at the
same time they gave him to under
stand If he ever claimed, or attempted
to claim the girl, his huaaan anatomy
would only be of use as a subject for
directing-by the village doctor. There
was no mistaking the" purpose f the
men, and Mr. Johnson thought more
of'Mr. Johnson than he did of Mr.
Jolinsons's daughter, and he took tho
advice given a id left.
AJ AUGUST 35.
i)1,"eNhtI'ollc clergy at MontreM far
JuL9i,,.0,,o edlcat students tnm
ni ill' ti,Hl Uo Undents of that
n 1 roti'stant hosnltal.
JOSEPH H. BROWN.
wllcure ilyspcpMaJic-utWii, inUv
"a kidney disease, licr complaint,
nd other wasting diseases.
J.-xxcX XSoaler Arx
enriches the blood and pmlfiet the
Mstcni; cures weakness, lack ol
energy, etc. Try a bottle.
is the only Troa prcpiralton that
uoes not color tlie teub, and will not
Cluse headache or constipation, as
other Iron preparations will.
BAGGIftIC AND TEES
Nos. C, 8, 10, 12 ami H First Streets
3F03rt TWoartl3L, "gcosfi
- "sr. --'NCf.ja.DESLEs,
"WliolcsnUMina ltofnll Dealer In
HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, GAS PIPE,
pondeneeof (he fianette.
wtwnter, August l;i.-The nnst
"in ion has made decided pro-
i"H the Side Of liun.n.l m In.
ye ow a deputy shcrlir who Ip
; ' 01 ms sliudow or the most
lble lowdv that. ir.u n,,.
'Tl 1111(1 wilOll ho klUk 'llinim.
Vl0y httvo ubout concluded
llj&t. w.ml- ,- . -
I:Imi..i . . " ,,,v,ro naiuiiui 01
ihr"" hlld k'ouo far, our
l1JU IlltV III!ll'..llnV1 t.. !.. I.. .1....
arrtwt ,i .1 "V'V" '""' i"" ueii
b$ ybe rhiB-leniler and locked
rd i,, 1 . n"ul uuty, Home
, ra "I am ins 1 u..,i 1.1...
..-., ...L:t .iiiuil 111111.
WZ prions efleet.
U.lrtlu . . . ' "
hS!t,l)r.c'sCrv tho peace and
-. ' l!
a fnvv u.i... ,.,. ....
M entail. .r. ... J,,,u "7 "" "
PcuwlL.... "1""1" aiiorn uiu
, .j uu huh mure emc-
ffifVnVl!! "'on -Inline
1 -" vim i:.in n i ri tr ii.'in r
il Thai ::.. ""
fc....ii.""niensecroi) of niHsniilto
ffl;,,. 'Kjotof making
hu,Stenw4-bo in keying
I U e Kl"l""" Ouir fluirt
Nsouvii uort.h au.
m ! "-KVUIUI1 Will Ut U -
X. Y. Times.
The failure of the Hon. Bradley Bar
low's bank at St. Albans shows how
speedily speculation in ralhoads may
sweep away tbo hard earnings of the
most successful star loute contractor.
The explanation given also shows that
Mr. Barlow's experience as a contrac
tor did not teach him how to conduct
a bunk with due regard for confiding
depositors. What light land tins
national bank to discount
railroad paper to an amount
exceeding its deposits, and to make
loans upon railroad bonds which the
market rejected? The fact is that the
bank was part of Mr. Barlow's private
estate, as those will lemember who
recall the star-route Investigation of
1870. In those days Mr. Barlow was
thohingof tho star-ioute service, en
gaged in developing the country. The
annual pay for his loutes was
nioic than 1,000.000, and his liberality
and generosity wete sometimes seveie
ly taxed by Inquiring persons whom
ho found It necessary to pacify. Phe
nomenally fortunate as a mail carrier,
he seems to have failed as a railway
owner, probably becauso bo found the
methods bv which he built up a lare
fortune as a contractor In the service
of the postolllce department not appli
cable to tho management of a iall
way. The statue ofiBuion Do Kalb. which
is to be modeled by Mr. Jbpiirani
Keyset-, the sculptor, and which will
bo 'placed at Annapolis, Md., will be a
i.rnnvp iliriiiL'of heroic sl.se eight awl
a half feet In height. The granite pe
destal will bo thirteen leet high, and
will beai' two basso-relievos, 0110 show
ing the coat-of-arms of Maryland and
the other that of Delawaie. The face
awl llgure weie studied from all the
authentic pictures awl sketches of the
baion. The figure will portray him
clothed in the uniform of a major-general
of tho continental army, iho pose
expressing the call of a commander to
Mr. Newman, British consul In
In Binm, says that the Immigration
()f Chinese Into Slam now numbers Ui.
OOOannmilly, and that tho return emi
gration is comparatively suiull. to
m-osperoiis are these clmlsts tlmtt he
whob trade (if the country now tails
Into the liuiuto of the Chinese. "In
deed " adds Mr, Newman, "it would
be n difficult mutter now to find a
Siamese mtrclmut or shopkeeper.
Assisted Irish "Eniljjranl.
N. O. Times. j)emocr.it.
The plan to transport 60,000 Iiish
emigrants to Manitoba has not fallen
through, although but little baa lately
been said about it. Lord Derby, tho
British colonial secretary, announced
in Parliament last week that the gov
ernment had determined to advance
the S.")0,00() ;iecesary to transport
thee Irishmen to the New World and
that the woik of removing them would
Against this proposition, tho Irih
people awl leaders protest energetic
ally aid emphatically. It Is prob.ibb
that the government can secuie GO.OUO
Irishmen who will leave their coun
try, but these will consist, for the
most part, of tho poorest people
will embrace many of the same
that have been "a'-sJ&ted" to
The plan is a bad one In every par
ticular and must result In failure.
There ate a score of icasons against it.
The l'asistol" peasants can never suc
ceed with the heavy mortgage piled on
his place under this plan; tlie change
of climate will be too much for him;
the crops cultivated in the new country
will be diflercut, and thoK' with which
he is unacquainted, awl his farming
npoiatiousure almost sure to lesult in
It is stiunge that the British govern
ment peisists in this policy of diivlng
the Tri-h out of Ireland. If they aie
good citizens for the Dominion of Can
ada they ought to be good citizens for
Ireland' as well; if they aie trouble
some and ihvcgerous at home, they
will piove only more dangerous in
Manitoba, far tenioved fi 0111 the reach
of tlie British army and in cloe com
munication with the Jrish of this
country. Fllty thoupund Fenian
rebels in Winnepeg, with "tieh
as-istance as they could receive from
this country, could defy the entire
'lower of Great Britain.
Ladies and all sufTVrcrs from neu
ralgia, hysteria, and kindred com
plaints, will find it without un equal.
iiiiuMuiv ClUCRAuO 'Per, ami rum
U,1S P t tirli.sslcn
Q H HfeU4
A GIANT'S SKELETON.
The Itouv or n I're.lIlMnrlc STim TwoUo
I'eet HIrIi IJUcoVeicil In Missouri.
St. Joe, Mo., Aug. 11. Hon. J. H.
JIuinlv; 11 well-known awl reliable cit
izen of Barnard. Mo., writes to the
Guzstle the p.irticulursof thedlscovery
of a giant skeleton four miles soutli
west of that place. A farmer named
John "W. Ilamion found the bones pro
truding from the bank of a tavlne tint
has been out by tho actions of s the
intiis during the past year.. Mr. Han
lion worked several days In unearthing
the skeleton, which proved (o be that
of a human being, whose height wts
twelve feet. The head thiough tile
temples was twelve inches; from tlio
lower part of the skull at the back to
the top was fifteen inches, and the cw
cumference Jorty inches. The rlls
Meie nearly four feet long! one and
three-quarter inches wide. 'Ihetlifgu
bones were thirty Inches long and
huge In proportion. When the earth
was removed the ribs stood up
high enough to enable a man to crawl
in and explore the Interior of the skel
eton, turn around and come out with
ease. The first joint of the great toe,
above the nail, was three Inches long,
and the entile foot eighteen inches in
i.,...,M, Tin. Kkeleton lav on Us face,
....,f!..,. r,.,ir. linliiw the service of the
.rmimil. and the toes were imbedded
In the etuth, Indicating that the body
either fell or was placed theiewhon
the ground was soft. The left arm
was passed around backward, the
hand testing on the spinal column,
while the right aim was stretched out
to the front awl right, S-me of tliu
bones crumbled on exposure to tho
air. but many good specimens wens
preserved and a e now 011 exhibition
fa Barnard. Medical men aie much;
Interested. The skeleton is getiernll.T
pronounced a valuable relic of tlie
Tho Prince of Wales has accepted,
with pleasure, a painting or the J.on?;
fe low house at Cambiidgo, painted b)
finm tlioHjhi-m. For
nml dealers uenernlly.
tions rcunlur unit
active, letups tlio
KjKKin in kooii
illhWie. Tor con-
- KttimUou tyicii-
lrt. and Uer to n
,- plaint, iiervons-
neM, klilnry mul
nicnls it IkIiimiIh-
n hiiru ii'iumo
'OVOrh, bplltuH 10-
inovlnir all nates
Ot SltCll llHl'HSCS
salo by all urugKlHtH
TT 1 .iTinn nrnniirr iffffn n
AGENT TOR RAXLIDAYS WIND MUL.
Oornor Houetoivand Second Stroota, Fort Worth, Toxas.
WE OLDEST AND LARGEST STOVE AND HARDWARE HOUSE IN THE CIT
-Every Description of Job Work, ilonu on SUurt Nollee."R
Schetiber Sc Hocistadter,
WHOLESALE LIQUOltS MD CIGARS,
Ami Agents for
t Anlieuser's, Anthony & Kulin's ami JLindwoiscr's
AI.SO AUTIIONY Jfc KUIIN'S lOSG Bl:i21l.
Wo. OO IloustoW Htreot, K'oi't AVortU, Texas
OINOINlf ATI OFFICE : 120 SECOND STRBET
I w -
-i h t
- ( in-g
TUB GKi:.VT UNULISH IlKMBDV,
un) mul Oi-um
n iiuiiuy 1
tik"., nvvi uiiiiuM in,-,,, mvi,
when other remedies full, a
cureiiiarrintred, 41.50 n bot
tie, fourtlmes tlio quantity
M. Vy express to nny ad
dreKR. KoLd bv nil drUL'KihlK
Enullsh Medical institute, proprietors, 71S
Olive Btioet, St. Louis, Mo. Bold by T. W.
Powell, Fort Worth. Texas.
HavItiB pnrcliated tills ncalo In car-loid lots for eanli,
I am now pioparod to oirer my
Hill" " -'--- ,
Ernest Longfellow, aw
his royal highness by Ml
.... i. rr Hr.ioklvii Ih liHtonish"
l.m iho it erense of population h; JU
pMx oiithH being 20,0U. and thg
value of new buildings ereeted durlug
the same period reauuiug vvjw.v.
A warrcnlccf .mo iur nil Cfseascs
caused by malarial poisoning ol Iho
blood, such as Chills and Fever.
F;vcr and Ague, Sun Pains, Dumb
and Masked Ague, Third-day Ague,
Sinking Chills, Intermittent, Rcmil
lint, Bilious and all other Pcvers
caused by .nalarfa. Il Is also Iho
safest and best cure for enlarged
Spleen (Fever Cako), General Dcblll
fyand Periodic Neuralgia.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
N. mtlJNHWIO A CO.,
THE OLD RELIABLE AND BEST SCALE
In the ninrket at Krently reduced prices rromlonnor rates. I lmvoln ktnotcrnnil uliall lcoep
ntull times u full line ofiVales anil trncltH or tUo Fnlrbank make, I'urtlet) w.inunc any
elssa scale will do well to Millo mo for prices.
PLATFORM WAGON SCALES A SPECIALTY.
W. t LAKE, F011T WOHTII, TEXAS.
J. J. Jurvla.
TIDBALL, VANZANDT &
FOET "WORTH, TEXAS.
A ncnenit Dnnklne Iluslnens TroiiMicted. ColK-cilonii made nnd promptly remitted.
cHiinee drawn ou hii luo priuilp.il cities of Europe.
' -? Jio' in
, M. BniTioy, 1'res. John Wjchom,
Pres. B. W, Lomax, Cashier.
I " I
I 1 1
First National Bank
Corner Houston and Second SLs., Fori, Worth, Texas.
CAPITAL $100,000. SURPLUS $30,000.
31. JJ. Loyd, PrcsW't, J). C.JtenncK, Vice-Vresifl't, eo. Jackson, Cash.
Dlrcttort ). S. Godwin, M. B. Loyd, J, D, Reed, Zone Ccttl, 0, C. Dennett, Giotto Jnckton, i, 9. Sandidgt
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKIKC BUSEWESS.
of fort wonm
Capital and Snrpte $172,00000
A Kegular Banking Busine?B
In all It brfcficue. tranweted.
jfixebanee bouRht and sold, nnd ctllectloiia
made on all accpwlble points. Drawn night
exclianife on Eneland. Ireland, I'j-uncc, Oer.
many, Austria, ftaly, Deninark.Swedon and
norterB' and Trade a" Vallonal JJaiiU, New
York: First NaUona Jlank,qalvefpn,Tcxa
QUmrOui of LonUlana. New Orloan.
City Bill Poster,
All buslnew In tbenill Posting Unepromptly
Sash. Door and
Ilavlne purchased the Bewey Planlnp Mill,
put tn order the machinery, and added some
i.nn. iniii'hliuo tn II. I mn nnw tiro I ill rf d to do
all kinds of work, nnrh as more l'l onU, Haiih,
Boom and IilludH, vlndowund DoorKmnea,
8tore Countera and bhclvlntf, Behopl Potki
and CUui eh Jieuts. Albo, all kinds of
Scroll Sawing, Brackets,
Turning and Pickets.
All kinds of lumberdrtwpd on short notlo
3011 ))etireen Seventli and Eighth
at' the end of the BttnU Ye Railroad track
Fort Worth, Texs. , , .
J. h. TAFT, Projirletor.
G. P. CARR & CO.,
, Wlmlcsalo Jtuuufuouirct on'
Mattresses, Pillows, Bolsters; Klc
Hargo tock ronslnnily onJmnd. Peud i for
rice Jlsu Corner Kourlh and llountou
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
H. T. HAVENS,
Will utter AtiKuwllbt chanxohlH locution of
OLD SAINT LOUIS,
,Mnln dtrwil, Kort WorlJi.
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