THE GAZETTE: FORT WQRTIU2?M8- WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29.
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PUBLISHED EYtRY DAY
Living Puhlishirjg Company.
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mr months 8 00
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THIS WKBKLY OAJHrTTK
Km boon recently enlarged and Improved
nrt now onntnlns wnt COLCMNB of rend
'matter, made up irom ine cream oi na
TEXAS 8TATI XMT8.
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Tcinnlo hai ralwxl 'tl6, for n aya-
,tem of .waterworlw,
The fohooratidlwylitm latida of Cnl
laliiin cOlinWnro now ou this market.
Comanche Kftfr: Mrs. Molllo K,
loore Davis, theJnuioud Texiw poct-
o., ami n xisier orpur reliow-towns
dally edit lonn, makinR It tlio beet and cheap.
t paper In the country Mint to subscrib
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at the following low
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Hnbscrlbers denlrlng the address of their
paper changed will pleiuo state In their
jommunlcatlon both tho old and now ad'
Bmlt ty flraa on Fort Worth, postAfflco
money oider or registered letter. If sent
othonvlsevre will not be responsible for
AddreM, Oaikttk, Fort Worth, Texas.
Bpeclmeu copies sent free on application.
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have ettablithnl UrnfA OJJlctt for Cor
ttwmdence and the receipt o aditrtjtemeni
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KROtCK HAKBis Manager, Cuab. faEAliAUGll
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3 It A DO CITV CT UUlin, JumiuVcr.
, K. srr.KST Manager.
noHtairo on a con.
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cent to prepay the
cent on tho Woorrotver ana, two
cettUon the Stock Jbvriuil. Where
two papers are enclofceuHi one pacK
jtp. It remdres two centiiTwd if an
other naner is enclosed with rajfetSfocA
ournalit requircts three cents
man. T. O. Moore, arrived liero last
Wednesday evenlnir, ntid will spend
the summer and fall.
Boerne lias a Oerninn thirty-seven
years old, weighing tliieo htindrcd
pounds, who drinks dally 11 f ty glasses
of beer. Ho lately couseitted to be in
terviewed, provided thu reporter wotild
"set 'em up" for tho privilege.
Grnubury Graphic: Tho best wheat
yield of thu Benson is reported from
the farm of our fellow-citizen, Mr. J
l'rlmltlve bystem Still In Cue.
Corrcspumlcnco or tho Uawttc,
Sweatwalcr, Atniuirt 2". Your rend
ers will be it cllncu totnko a rest or n
buck seat ntid mako themselves less
uuincrous when your correspondent
nrotnulirates the fact of Sweetwater be-
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J. Daws, ill Youmr county From iB uiwse win. water-works.
PeroM leavintf the city or the state
. during the nummer months can have
the DAILY GAZETTE mailed to
them, postpaid, for $1 per month. The
addrcus may lie changed as often as
desired. The GAZETTE will bvmail
' ed to travelers in Europe, postage jve
pald.for $1.80 per month.
We give fepacetoan interesting ar
ticle to-day on the subject of insurance,
from thu pen of a thoughtful, practical
business man. This gentleman in
forms us that despite our splendid
system of waterworks the rate of in
Miranee on cot'ton is 60 per cent, more
than when wo had no such sy.tetn,
and that the rate is now double what
it.was at onetime. It may be that
there are more monopolies than rail
way and telegraph.
To the Editor of tho Claxctte.
The attention of cotton men of Foit
Worth and others throughout the inte
rior of this state is called to tho com
nlacent edict of a body of insurance
men, styling themselves "the execu
tive committee of tho association of
tiro underwriters for Texas." We of
thu interior are told that 34 per cent,
and no less will satisfy the association
or tho companies they aro endeavoring
to serve with such extraordinary zeal.
Galveston was called upon by the
modest committee to contribute about
2J per cent, (tiro risk about three tlme
as great as in Fort Worth) but site
very promptly held an indignation
meeting and declined thu honor. Now
if the cotton men of Galveston are j us
tliled In getting warm about this mat
ter, thu question arises, what ought
tho temperature of the cotton men of
the Interior be as they contemplate the
subject. The insurance organization,
I prvsuuie, in view of tho way interior
.uotton men were scattered, concluded
that ns theyweru least likely to pro
test In a way to force notice, that it
would be expedient to make them bear
' tho heaviest part of tho burden ap
ply ing the screws gently to Gitlvestou
It is uiy conviction that in a town
like Fort Worth, tho risk on cotton in
an open yard 1b nofonu-thlrd as great
as it is In tiie Galveston compresses.
First A total loss of even ouo bale
is almost an impossib'Hty, from tho
fact that tho cotton is on the ground
and can be approached on ail sides
both for the purpose df scattering the
bales and-uslng water.
Second lielmr exposed to the
weather It Is wet ti good part of tho
time and cannot burn.
" ' Third On account of enclosures be
ing plank and who a lire would quick
ly make itself known by tho smell
and being seen.
Fourth Being on tho ground It U
exposed but little to the action of tho
wind, which Is tho great thing to con
tend with at tires of all kinds.
Fifth Tho cotton is nevor piled,
which is fir from being the least im
.jortnnt feature- of insurance in open
But I do not think unorganized talk
will bring relief.
I call on tho cotton men of thg In
terior to agitato tills subject, and to say
when, where, unit uy wnat pieans
about it. slni-
nly because we like to annear modest
and eminently proper with our new
uniform on. 27ot to appear evasive,
we will say right here that our new
water-works are largely in the pros
pective, but for u few "brief moments
your correspondent turned loose his
imagination, nud thought he saw a
small sized Hood bursting out of lire
plugs on overy corner, while hare
lootetl leys werj lecklessly taking
their annual fuut bath, peiteotly re
gardless. Yoli correspondent la hot
nverso to bathing at long intervals,
when judiciously administered, and is
inclined to the idea, put fortli by some
who enthuse lar jely over It, tha't it Is a
For the past week a man of lmge
proportions was visible to the naked
eyo on our street corinirs, ' who
ueiti in ouo nana a peiiuou.
and pen and ink in the other, inviting
the thirsty to come and register on
the side of liquid ation. That petition
prayed for twenty thousand dollars to
erect an Imaginary ivtiok pond. Our
people are inclined to be accommodat
ing and so registered, and when this
visionary scheme had received some
forty signature, tax payers turned
palu and started a counter irritant
which prays that our county commis
sioners may not be so expensive.
Things look now an if we would have
to fall back on our old wator works,
which are not exactly on the Holly
system, neither do they "high pres
sure" very much, still they have this
advantage that they are on wheels,
and are list portable as "Airs. Jarley's
wax-work." There is no danger
aoout P'ouern improvements ana
sewer gas creeping into our houses,
while we cling to our dear old system
of a water tank on wheelt. These re
quire no metres, do not explode, and
regarded uy all law abiding citi
s as perfectly harmless.
A rire Dri
thuv will endeavor to help themselves,
T uiiimDui l, ifinnMiiir Oimlur 1st. Illl
time, Waco tho place ami an Insurance
company tno renieuy.
Tho business publlu look with holy
honor on u railroad pool, but calmly
submit to about the same thing on the
part of insurance companies. An or
ganization of tho kind referred to Is
certainly Inlmleablo to public, interest,
and tho sooner publlu indignation is
heaped upon it the better it will be for
thu people; otherwise their regulations
will continue to get more and more
obnoxious, and each year wll glvo
their tariff u good healthy grotwD. It Is
now about time the premium payers
formed themselves into till organiza
tion with a double jolnttd numu, and'1
announce to tho insurance companies
that no organisation of Insurance need
apply that tho, sweet ties of money
that bind them must bo severed, ami
that thuy must trot in single harness
or not at all. W. Bonihk.s.
Fort Worth, August i.7.
twenty acres there was a net yield of n w been out iiitiu sain
1,'U bushels per acre, making In all S70
Tyler Courier: There Is a war be
tween the railroads. Heretofore the
railroads charged ono dollar a b-irrel
on flour from St. Louis, and now they
are hauling it for fifty cents a barrel,
or one-half what they have been
Comanche Chief; It Is estimated
that seventy-live tulles of wire fence
was destroyed by wire-cutters' lastSUn
day night, In C'oulanche, Brown and
Coleman counties. Such outrageous
and cowardly attacks upon private
property are bitterly denounced by the
better class of citizens.
Dr. Boberts of Marshall bus insti
tuted suit for divorce, and also for
damages for false imprisonment
against the parties who forced him into
the unwilling alliauco with Misi Ray
nor, and they will also bu arraigned
under a charge of aiatilt with intent
to kill. Heuce tho whole matter will
be sifted before the courts.
Abilene Quill: We glory in the
spunk and good judgment of our wonl
growers. They resolved last Monday
In their association hero to take steps
to induce tho Texas and Pacific rail
way company to introduce double
decking on this road, so that it can be
)oible to stilpsmall Htoclctoanu from
place wttliout selling two car-
r for snipping one. or some-
tliing Huthat principle.
Boerne JUh'atice: Curry's creek is so
nearly dry thalt has become necessary
to dig hofe in tmiud to get drinking
water. When theoyater oozes into
these holes, fishes conmvith it from
one to three Inches in length. All the
varieties that find their wtrronto thu
creek when it is full find
tnrougti tne sand and gravel nun
these holes. This may appear Strang
to some, as it does to me, but noverthe
less it is a weii-Known ract.
Gainesville Independent: Rev. Mr.
Gillenwaters had the first Joint of the
first finger on his left hand amputated
in a singular manner some days since,
and finite against his will. Ho was
untying a calf, which when nearly
loosed gave a jump, tho loop in the
rope caught his linger, jerking thu
joiut on witn tno suddenness ot u
stroke of an ax. The joint Hew some
distance from him, owing to the force
of the jerk, and tho wound is quite
Bowie GVom Timbers: From an in
terview with Mr. W. B. Camp, late of
Clay county, It Is learned that tho In
itiatory steps have been taken for
effecting an organization of thu farm
lug and industrial classes of Texas, to
resist the encroachments of heavy land
holders and to put a cheek to the en
closing of large tracts of laud together
with public highways by wlie lences.
Mr. Camp says that in a'few days tho
matter will assume a tangible shape
and thu work of organization will be
pushed forward with all due speed.
This fence question Is onu oRtlie great
est problems that thu people of Texas
have ever been called upon to solve.
The Tom Green Enterprise, speak
ing of Mr. Terrell Harris who lately
died at Colorado, saya: "Mr. Harris
was well and favorably known to the
people of this locality as being a just
and upwright gentleman. Ho acted
nobly during the uwtul flood, a vear
ago yesterday, by starting in a boat
from Ben Fluklln to rescue the peoplo
at tnu out stage station, and came very
neur losing his own life in thu attempt,
the boat capsizing which plunged him
and his companion into the seething
torrent. Ho saved himself by au al
most superhuman effort and swam to
a largo pecan tree where ho remained
during that terrible day and night,
mid was rescued next morning.
Colorado Ctipper: A light with six
shooters took place Saturday night at
the paik, between two colored individ
uals mimed Wadoaud Sam. Tho tight
was at short range and tesulted in the
killing dead in his tracks of Sam by
Wadf. Wade was arrested by thoout
raged spectators, who proceeded to
hang him to the wind-mill, mid, but
for thu arrival of It. C. Ware und
Wayne Barks on the scuuo, their de
sign would liavu been accomplished.
Wado had a hearing before W. C. Mc
Calluni. justice of the peace, on Mon
day, who fixed his bond at fcl.oOO.
Failing to glvo tho required bond, he
now lies in Jail to await llio action of
the grand jury.
Eagle Pass Timet: A very cuiious
case of burning by oil ot vitriol occur
red on Friday lust, tho victim being
ono Victor Gomez, a. Mexican, em
ployed by G. .laggl, lu diiviug ono of
his water carts. The Mexican, being
In thu neighborhood of thu railroad
depot, was called by thu agent and
asked to haul, among other things, h
Jug containing vitilol to the drug
store of Dr. J. J I. Handy. While de
positing the jug in thu cart the bottom
of it fell out? scattering the contents
over tho person of tho Mexican and
burning his hands, logs and other or
lions ot his body in great holes. He
was promptly attended by Dr. Han
cock, and is now out of danger. Other
things in thu cart took fire and were
injured or destroyed, while thu mule
attached thereto became frightened
and rau away.
who struck several months ng-o because
colored men were employed, llnyo de
cided to go to work again,
ut Sweetwater A n-j i, i.. l. .1 ...... i...a....
flvo artesian wells have been sunk in
Denver city and every ouo of which Is
llowing i. poWerfnl stream of nearly
chemically pure water. As many more
are under headway. In nearly every
instance u great stream was struck at
a denth of 350 feet.
Patrick O'Doniiell, who killed
James Carey, arilved at Capo Town
and wishes to bo tried there. Appli
cation for a writ of habeas corpus will
bo nuiue to tno supremo court, it is
believed Mrs. Carey will give impor
tant evidence, which she hits hitherto
withheld on account of her husbumr.
The London -jUhcmettm devotes 14
columns of solid million typo to the
new Byron letters, which discloses the
relatlous.of Lady Byion to Lord Jjyron
and to his sister, Mrs. Leigh. The
whole tenor of letters disproves the
disgraceful scandal circulated some
years ago by Mrs. Harriet Beecher
Mr. Roach, u cattle king of Sidney,
2eb., on his way to Chicago with n
train load of cattle, got oil at Creston,
Iowa, to liquor up, lost his train and
his motley, was arrested, fined, and,
having no funds, was compelled to
work out thu sentence on thu streets.
At present only peers and their sons
nud privy councillors can marry at
any Hour of the day they choosu In
Great Bi Haiti. Lesser worthies have
tc ask permlrSion of the archbishop to
marry later than noon, and he some
times refuses them.
Sewltig Machines repaired and ad
justed in first-class style at Anderson's
30,000 for $2.00
athur Attempted Satctdo
Laredo, August27.-2?w,5t night a fire
broke out in tho dry gobds stoic of
Randolph & Co., which wmtotully
destroyed. IjOss .oihi; lnsuretrcKior
W.OOO. P. Floyd & Co., jvljoiniiT
sustained damages to thu amount of
$.3,000 or 0,000, as did also Colin Bros.,
by moving their stock of dry goods
out. 1'ney were ltiliy insured
A slight shower fell yesterday, but
not BUtlicient to be of anv benefit. A
good iiiin Is badly needed, as none has
lulien since thu 4th of July.
Mr. Burgess of Quoretaro, Mex.,
passed through en route (fast. Ho re
ports n better state of feeling In Mexico
towards Attiei leans.
Laying brick is progressing satis
factorily on the new market bouse.
A Mexican operator in New Lartdo
attempted suicide by shooting himself
with a plsto". He wounded himself
slightly. Disappointment in love was
The regular summer rise In the Jl'o
Grande has failed to come down, and
it is believed it will not come down
Popular Monthly Drawing
In the oily of I mini k. n
Fridav, August 31st. 1883.
Thcso ilrnwIneH occur onthe Inst dnv o
: two siiipmetita weekly or com'
pressed yeast at Spencer & Tucker'a.
Lokuid StaufortlN Vineyard.
San Friv'iuUco Letter.
Ex-Governor Stanford recently
bought lU.OOO acres adjoining hlfj big
vineyard at Vina, Tuhauia county.
Tlis gives him ono great much of
over'ij.OOO acres, about one-fourth of
which Is planted In vine. Tne gov
ernor intends to put it all into thu best
wliie-produclug and raisin grapes.
Wheu thu winery and drying houses
are all completed, this will bu the best
. i wiiipi'vux I'uicu
of Its kind in the
I.iircost Fire Kver Knonn In
Cltj KItc IIouHeu Cpiisutmcil.
IK'laj ed bpeclid.
San Antonio, August 27. About 0
o'clock this afternoon fire broke, out In
Hugo & Schmel.er's giocery house,
occasioned by the igniting ol leakings
from a barrel of alcohpl. The Haines
spread rapidly, and in less than n
minute tho whole building fronting
Commerce &treet,runiiliig backaround
Groos' bank, was in Haines. Three
streams, wero converted Into one,
playing on tho buildings. Tho main
light was (o confine thu flames, and
the effort whs successful. Hugo &
Schnielzer's wholesale grocery was de
stroyed. Tho damage is estimated at
$2VK 000. The tight made by thu fire
men prevented "the Haines from ex
tending further. Four men were badly
burned, anioug tliein tho shipping
clerk for Hugo & Suhniel.er and a ne
gro who fell through the lluorand was
rescued almost lu a dyin condition.
This is thu greatest lire this city has
over had, and at this time, after con
suming nearly live houses, It is barely
uno I rcceiv
s-f. .. .'- sft.
oil. Interrupted repeat edly4y en-
n ti1n tc-r -
Oscar Wilde's new play tof "Vera"
gmriuusiv iitY.iLii auer uuu weeiv's run
lu !New York.
The new four-cent stamp will bo
green with a protllo likeiuss of Gen
The new vault under the treasury
tUVurtmeut will have a capacity or$-3,-000,003.
Tho Yellowstone branch of tho
Northern Pacific railroad will be open
for business on September 1st, alter
which time the park 'can be reached
Tlio Knfuciur of Annam has con
cluded to make full submission to the
I reiieh, and prompt settlement of all
questions at issue is expected.
An alleged negro rapist was shot
dead lu his cell at Colquitt, Ga.
John Deo was shot dead near Well
burn, Florida, a day of two ago white
riding In a buggy by an assaslu con
cealed In a school hoiue.
A man named Bird, claiming t Ae
from thu Pauhaudlo, shipped eight
car loans oi "cattiu irgm ojougo Jity
last Saturday, which were believed to
bo stolen. He was arrested and held
A terrific oil explosion occurred at
South Brooklyn, with ihu us'itul ac
companiments of blazlpg streams of
oil llowing in all direction?, and loss
of life and property, '
Tno.wniie seiewmeii at univcstou,
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each month (Sundays excepted),
iiuiuuicnuon oy reuerai unu tnio courts
red thlH company beyond tho con.
roersy or tho law. To this comnanv be-
IoiikSHuoroIo honor of having Inaimuruted
tho onlyrian by which their drawings are
proven honteiiind fair beyond queHtlon.
N. H. Tho cfttermny now has on hand n
large capltnt iitiiF&rserve fund. Head euro-
may mo usi oi nrnwior tne
10 Prircs, Sl.two each ,
JO l'llzc, &X) each
100 Prizes, HXIcach
UK) l'rie., 60 each
000 Prize. 20 each ,
1,000 Prizes, 10 each , lu.iOO
I) Prize, approximation Prizes 2.70U
0 Prizes, " " 1,810
9 Prizes, " uoo
Hair Tickets, 81.
BS Tickets, SIOO.
Itemlt' money or bank draft In letter, or
send by oxpret-s. Don't hoikI by KcKlHtered
Letter or l'ostolllin Order. Orcleis of 85
and upwards, by express, can be bent at our
Address all orders to It. M. nOAUDMAN
Coitrier-JouriuiLJmldtno. Loulsvlllo Kv.
G. P. CARR & CO.,
Wholesale Manufacturers of
Mattresses, Pillows, Bolsters, Etc
Iarge stock constantly on hand. Send foi
prico list. Corner Fourth aud Houston
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
H. T. HAVENS,
Will after August Jst change his location of
OLD SAINT LOUIS,
Main street, Fort Worth.
0IHCAGO S0ALE CO.
2TII1 W.U blUIS, IO. 3TOV, SO.
4 Ton (Clio. Ileum Jinx Included.
COTTON OCAM A FRAME. 845.
Tlin "MttlB Onli-cUvM," M nz. to lb. 3.
(00 "Till II SI IK. Rnlorrd Hill K LIST FlUS.
FOBGBS. TOOLS, &c.
BEST lOIIKH S1HC mil LIMIT UOKIi, I0
so in. t n 1 1 ami itiKir room. Stic
Farnrr. Mie tin. d moar doing xM (lf.
iilowers, mll. View OUi'ir Article!
' tTUIMLSTIiaCKS, ITUOIXSlXli &UETUL.
J. U, MITCUKL & CO AcentsFort Worth Tex
Sash, Door and
navlng purehnscd thoBewey Planlnc Mill,
put lu order the maehlncry.and addedsomt
n.Vf Pcblnea to It, 1 am now prepared to do
all kinds of work, such us Htoie Fronts. Sash
poors aud Blinds, Window and Door rramea
Store Counters, and Hbelvlugr, Hehool Desk,
and Church tteats. Also, all kinds of
Scroll Sawing, Brackets,
Turning aqd Pckets.L
AU kinds of InmbcrdrssseUon short cotiat
Satisfaction guaranteed. '
Mill between Seventh and Eighth
A if 3 LJm
i fi, v: r.
To' the Merch&to
You can find right at your doors fWm
saved, at iaalMS
complete ossortmoni of ?
At the Immense
P.S We are strictly Wholesale, and "m
interests of Merchants only. 'WzU
' IIECK & BAKER,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDEB
Will furnish estimates of cost on all kind
of buildings, shelving, counters, etc.
FORT WORTH. TEXAS.
OF FORT WORTH. TEXAS.
CAPITAL PAID UP $125,000.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE SOLD.
W. S. B0AZ,
H. 0. EDKIHOT0N
L M. ROBBINS,
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AT 0. K. PAIKKHOP,
No 9 Main Street:
W; W. EOUTH,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OFFICB-No. 13 Maty SreeU Residence.
IT. TT. OaUiounanil Third Streets. 6-26tf
DR. A. J. LAURENCE.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS,
OFFICE.-In Scaton Dulldlne, over Wo
Brown's Grocery Store.
FORT WORTH, 1EXAS.
OPFICK-No. 13 Main Street. Up Btairt.
TOES NITROUS OXIDE GAS.
J. J. KANE.
Architect and Superintendent
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OFFICE-Ovcr ISnt Xattonal Sank.
Plans and speclncatlnna with all modern
Improvements, lucindtng estimates of the
cost of every description of buildings In the
Uy or country. Postottlce Box $'). 925t
The Great Popluvl
At GALVESTON witi I
ror Key Wert M
(fan Line for KH
Corpus Cbrtsu, 1
la and towel w
(Sunset Routt) Ml
Uvalde am! wwi
' '.Atiitln pi
. ..nr ir -.11. T llJ
k Palesunt, RodMl
AtTEWLB w!ui M'iiJ
It'y forw eo,0Mi
AfMnHGAN Willi ?
of O., cat
At FORT WOBTM
as s racmcii
lines; for i
Cisco and tl
Baa City. BtU
ami lf nnlaSII
A. M. BRITT05, W?
CLARK & SMALLW00D,
Attorneys-at-Law and Real
COLORADO CITY, TEXAS
References: Ex.Onr-.Tfrt. T.Tnrtir. Vnh.
j vllle.Tenn.; Hon. J. b. C. Atkins, Paris,
tUhe end of Uie Banta Fe lUUroad track
iFon Worth, Texas, rw'
. J. JU TaFT, ProprieUr.
C. H. KEM1NGT0N,
Contractor and Builder
Plans, specifications and estimates
furnished on application.
Office and Shon on Houston be
tween Fifth and Siih 8-reots!
P. O. boz3i2.
m,H, nn all srTT n
exchange on J
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