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ouo month, 1 1 Hi
jriuwinonftm ..... 8 W
Hue bcwii recently enlarged nod Improved
unrt nonrnlKln p'venijj vouvmnh of rnd
ln;inalfr, ififti! up Iroin Hw crcaiti rf tiie
flnTly "JII foil, mitUliitc It tlio !et hihI cht-nir-eu
paper In tlMcoonirymit to Mibxctlle
r ll Mil purtM rf llm UnllVt Htal':l and t'n
3iw free of iKirtAja, at tint following low
Tbioumoillli - "C
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Onft year . . a wi
bulif crhillou U) dully Mid weekly In mtrletiy In
aItiido', ud nil pupern mopped wlien lluio
paid for Biplfii. ,
Ktilxicrilw dt-lriiis Iho nddrcm of tlielr
nPr cliwiKod will ploaiio Atato In tlielr
Sunuiiuiilmilon Ix'to tlio old ttpdnewod-
Munll L7 flrnll on Fort Worth, poytofflce
money older or teIMrrd letter. If ont
oUiorwIno wc will not 1)i rfpomllIe for
Addremi, UA7KTTK, Fort Worth, Tm.
Bpnclmeu copied Mint fri-o ou appllenUoti,
-l'A: IlVII-0 I'UUl.IHIIINO COH'XHt
haw etttlhlttltrd llranch lJflJ?U'r
unU luhicrlvttimi.itnd where liUinf the tti
puni'i PiMtnttltiu may atwuit tie nunil, at
'"ham'' ANTtiMO No. 1STJ Dolorotm itreet,
jinoMie IIakhm Momyer, CnA. Hbahauom
m. ...uihh I
OnUiitAW ('ITT K Cniui, Manugtr.
WAW-.I. K.Htkkbt Manner.
PonUgO to bo Paid.
It requires ouo cent to prepay tlio
postage on a cony or tlio (lA.Kri'i:', onu
cent on tho Wool Grower and Mo
ociiwon tho Wocft Journal. Whore
two iiim uro undoiiwl In ouo imck
uKc.UrciiulroH two contu, uiiil if un
otlior paper U piicIohwI with tho Soo
owrnaut rwnilros Arc och.
PcTHom Uttvlut the cllu or (ho nVtte
during tho nummcr tnonlm can huva
tho JtMLY (lAZirVTJ mulled lo
them, pout paid, for per month. Tin
addrcm man ( nhanied an often tw
dr.ntrcd. Thn CI A', HTTP, wilt bcviull
cd lo travdern In Jiuropc, potiluyo pre
paid, for $Mper month.
Tun DhIIiw Uc.mld miiHt ho liiinl up
for yomplliiioiiU whuii it
forced iirgnrhio extracts fiom il iieiKh
InrH, ami tlnin convort orltlciHin into
da)terO, 111 rcferciici'tcrcniovfinrthlU'
Irilio mtlio roicrvftUon. Jle took otY
hi linljll lmt B' ' '' t,ie u,l,tC(l
HtnttH, noil In tho presence of tlio com
mlfiioii ihrcw It on tho ground ntitl
Hlnmpcil mioit It, which wiih liatl for
tho Jmt ftihl b.iil for tho U. K., which
will Iirvo to provide him with new
headunr. Chaumm I ovldcnllv not
u "Kood Indian." Ifo full, to appre
ciate tho goodiicsu of tlio government
that funilHliCH him food and
raiment, tobacco, Ilre-aiiiH and
(Iro-wiiter on Hie li) ''
require nothing from him hut n In
dlllbreiit qualify of good helmvlotir.
HoHWOioln tho most vlgoroim Flat
head iaiiKiiugo that ha would not go
on (ho reservation. Ho will probably
change liii mind or tho parental go
eriinioiit whoso authority ho dollea
will muko n "good Indian" of him.
Senator Viwt liillmuted much to
(lie recalcitrant chief, who thereupon
consented to niaho a jdlgrlm.ngo to.
WiiMliliigton at goveriuneut expense,
and talk tlio matter over with the
Hi:fitirr.HV Vounut in reported m
being dloiilcaoed Willi tho reporter (he
eommlHsioii which investigated the
chargiH against Supervising Architect
II IM.. Tho people of tho United
Stitew will Hympathizo with tho hon
orable weeretary, for (hey (od are di
jilouHcd with It, but for entirely dlller
eiit reasons. Tho Htcretary 1h 11h
gruutied beeaiiHo tlio report lollccta
upon tho nianagenient of tills branch
of tlio IrwiHury depaitinentjthe pi'ojili'
beeiuihe It fallH to 11 ml Hu.i. guilty, m
ho undoubtedly was, of gioes nml
feiiMiinco In olllce. 'J'ho hcc
retary dCHired that his
lieiiclimiin and Hiibonllnnlu wlioiild ho
kalNoiiiincd and honorably acquitted,
'i'lio iwoiilo wero willcltoua that ids
freuds Hlioulil be exposed and punish
ment indicted for his wrong-doing.
Tho bond of nyniputhy between tho
people ami tho aeorotary aio therefore
not very strong, and are not of a na
ture (o reassure that public function
nry. Jnirs U, Nvav, who conducted
the examination, did all he eouid (o
protect his brother olllce-holder, but
having a Hcoro to settle with his
chief ho took occasion to liquidate it in
i.. ii... .i..i inui.. m... .ilnr,..l f.. his report of tho investigation. No
veiitlon to meet at houlsvlllo during (ouo wlioicnd tlio testimony has any
the present month carry out their In
tention of (Iemaiidiiigadmis8ioii to tlio
the hading hotels of tho city, (heir nc
ttou will furnish (lie pavement stales
man and club home Htatesman a theme
for discussion for many a day.
A AVahimnm ion special (o tho Gal
viMton JVcKM aiiiiounees (lint Arr. W.
W. JhJN.v of this elli has been award
ed a patent on his grain drying ap
paratus and collie roasler. Mr. Dunn
has develop!'') a genius for invention
tonal, to tbe most gifted "down Kind"
yankee, and It Is hoped he may accumulate-
a foTtiutulti Home of them.
iiouut out mat uicro was colUHloa he
tween tho HiipcrvMng ureliltcet and
tho pintles who performed labor and
funiMied materials for the public
buildings. Jtis not to the credit or
thowretury of tho treasury that ho
lakes umbrage at tho relleetlou upon
his subordinate which is Justified hy
tho testimony in tho wite. Had the
prosecution been ad'orded free and un
incumbered access to tho books and
papers of tho department n much moiu
damaging easu would have been made
out against the accused.
" Tim withdrawn! ( Uo uiitirt of
Wi'.Nnv.iA. l'Hli.v.vi'a uuflHfAnux.f Um
' hoUH from the eupport of Wv.n lUm.r.u
will not mateilally ellect his cIiiiiuth
for id-election, There ate not enough
OreenbaekeiH left In the United Slates
to eleot or defeat a candidate for state
ofllco In any u(a n (bu Union W
iiiuj uoum mi oo eoiieeiNriiieu in one
Tail goveiniueiit reward of fifty dol
laisfortho discovery ami hcizuio of
each Illicit Hllll, has, It seeniH, given
rise to quite a prolllablo liulustry in
Homo pints of (he South. Thu slulo
ment lsniailothattho United States
oilleorn hi South Carolina lmvu been
paying mouutnlneeiH small minis of
money to put Up Illicit hUIU, which
thoy proceed to cupluro for the to
ward ulinvu liieutloned.
It U-ttit opt'ii Huci'et In MufsnchusettH
that the liim.nu DemooratH pioposo
tumukottRiroint push for tho blato
flcnate. Tho umixpuoled guln they
iiiado lu tho membership of Hint body
at tho last election eiieouragus tlioui to
Jiojio that thoy can eapturo n minority
(his year, TJio Hopublleatis have
majoiltyof six only in thu present
tenato, and some of tho districts woro
cjirrlwlby'phirulllle.f. I-pecinl eare,
"tTiorofoie, Is being oitjolned upon Hui
parly in malting senatorial iiuiitlitii-
tlous and la looking after tho close iIIh
trlctn - - ii . i
Tho'Uhlcago 'Whip has tho follow
lug: 'III f,u-es tho land," says an old
noiig, 'to littiU'iiltifrA IIIh a prey, whero
wenlth u'ieitnuilatcH uml mm ,i.., .. i
3Meu nro decaying In UiIh country ijiij't
enough, and wo may Judge from tho
jMiavjiimi,-!.!. im jiiuiLHuiuum jttior to
torniers, without any aid of eoriKirntu
jiensloiv funds or eominUtu-s of wise
An old htn IsgiMid. Ily theby, hnt
oLl hoiiu Is here alluded to?-! Miil
Old song f good eonhldcrUi It wit
rtho Cldoaga iTimtinUiil mado iho dl.
covery. ThujeadoMof aoMHiiirji'M
"Deuorlua YMIagn" will reconliio (hoi
A hero arc- iftvmi hei opposlnr tlio
publlti welghere, who,lnUt not u -btdo
i-l, ns uo"trtti i being tlrh.en
ZaA 19"r,w.''tw.uy morn.
i,r8ifU 1,-""'1i'-twUhiai forty ltort
ot Divtl-is cotton hud been reeehud
In taking Issue with tho university
regent nud iwuimlug (o dictate who
shall bo adtvdtled to tho state uulver-
nUyi Qovjinvor.liir.i.A.Ni) U ariogallng
i .1.hVi '.ih.i..n.. ..!... . .
... msuii ivilllimivy WUICU UO (OUS
not poKsesB, uule-is It comes under the
general piovlslon that ho Hindi ho the
laws duly executed. Tho law c-dablhli-ltiglluMinlverdty
provides (hat "tlio
government of (ho uulvorslty Hhiill li0
vested In a boa id of regents, to consist
ofolght mciibeiy, selected from diflli
cnLpoitlonsot'thoslale, who shall bo
nominated by tho governor, and be
appointed by nud with tho ndvlce-iuid
consent of tho heiiate. Thoy shall ts
tabllsh (hodopartnienlKoC u tlrsl-elafrH
I unlveislty, and determine tho onlum
ana mofcs-sorrihips, appoint the profts
sots('ho shall eoustltuto tlio faultily,
with authority to elect their own chair
man) and other oiUeors, fix their re
spretlvuMdaries.aiid enact such by.
laws, rules and legulalloiH as may be
necessary for tho wiecesaful muiiage
ment and government of thy unlvcr-
Hlty." Kothlng Is uultl about, tho gov.
ernor, and no duties nro nwlgncd him
except Hie nppolnlment of
tho regents. As to who t-hall
be admUled a Btudontu tho law bays:
" The feu or adiulsshin to the univer
sity shall never exeeeilS.'M iiii.l n i...i
be open to all peiwms in the stale who
may wish lo avail themselves of lt
advantages and to male and female
on equal tonus, wlthoiiteh.irgo (or till
Ion, under tho legations prenoiibod
by (ho lVL'OliL-i. inid nil itiin.,.. ,,,,i...
Hiieh legulatlona mi (lie board of leirontu
may piescrlbo." h
Tho admission of "H otheia under
such legulatlous as tho board nf n..
gents may praierlbo" iuoludos(iuUnl
from thohtatesantKorrUotlea, but only
after the legontH shall have prweribed
regulations for their admMou. In
the absence of any such legulolioiif,
tlwro Is no provision of (ho law pro
viding for tholr adndhslou but tllu
rliirJrniun of tho faculty in leKjMinslhlo
nloho lo tho lcgent.H, unhtu, u tated
above, (ho general provlblou to 'Vo
the law duly cxet'uted" mithorb-. Jn.
teiferoncolu tho matter. '
women." This looks po fair that I'rof.
LANobTO.v thinks It Is ab'.urd fo hold
a liulloiiul co'nvelilloii at Louisville to
deiiiond a larger Bhare of offlctH uinl
therefote ho glvw bis voice against
Tho 7iV;iny cmt lu comiiiendllgeays
nil... .Muslim, u ,i vnrv ftlinnlooiic. If
tho public ofllces In Oils country,
elective and appointive, were (o bo
distributed to the rne-s uccordlng to
numbers tlio negroes do not have their
Hlmre, nor o fourth of It. The negroes
constitute one-ninth (ho whole popu
lation, and they do not hold one
ilflleth of (he oflkcs. Jiut numbera
do not govern (lie distribution; capne-
Uv hiiH a Lreiit deal lo do with It. if
the negroes want their 'share' or pub
lic positions they must exert tlielr
sliaro of Influence In polities for,
rightly or wrongly, ofllcfa! positions
go to those who control our politic-;.
Tho negro'H Influence in politics is un
apprcciable. llo has not yet learned
the art of using his great numbers so
as to extort from (lie parties the recog
nition which lie claims as his due.
Even the Republicans treat (he ne
erocsas unlit to hold olllce. When
(hey are unusually clamorous the Ite
jiublteans plaeote them with a subor
dinate nomination, and (hen vote
against them. When the negroes ex
hibit mi ability to direct, modify or
nthcrwifc Influence the politico of the
country, then, and not till tlieh, (hey
will exhibit thcinelvcs conspicuously
in public ofllees,"
iti:i,icr roit thu iovi:itNit.
The Fort Worth (lA.irrn: strongly
favors the calling of an extra he.-slon of
tlio legl-lattire and thinks that the
fiist matter of legislation In the gov
ernor's pioeliinintioii should be u bill
relieving Hie governor of a place upon
the various Qommittees upon which as
the executive ofllccr of the state he is
bound to trcrvc, in order that he may
bo able to attend to the duties of ids
olllce. While tho fJA.rrn: loaves the
public ill some doubt as to tlio t-pldt
which Inspired such advicu, the 1'i'lnt
does not feel Justified in dissenting
from the ideas thus advanced, with the
quiillcilioii that Governor fni:r.N! is
not fn a iiosftlou to call an extra
cioii of tho legislature lu order that
ho may bo relieved of koiiio labor which
the law imposts upon him, n lie would
hardly hii..iid ids good name as gov
ernor by Mich a.i act. lint if tho
Gazi.tpij intended that (lie inference
Hhould be drawn from what ft saya that
Govohjor Iitni.AND neglects liisdutles,
iiien it is wrong una it position is not
jiistilled by tho facts. Tfie adminis
tration of Governor Iui:iiani thus far
him boon coimervativeof the best 1 it
tereitof the shite, and Is as generally
approved in any of tho past adminis
trations, if the press of the state is a
truoexponontof tho sentiment of the
people. Thai he probably nuidosoino
mistakes, tho VVdues not intend to
ib'ny. Hut tho suggestion nude by
tlio GAZiriTi: that tho governor of
Texas lias too much to do Is true. I5x
(loveruor Koimifi'H, who won tlio ap
rwlation of "o. a.." perfoimtd luoro
labor while governor than the man
ager or the largest, rallioad In the
stao, and tho muim dutios devolve
upon Governor I utiiiAMi in a great
Htulosiich as Texas, with her varied
liuoicdts (o look n'ter, thegoveuor
can employ all his tlmo llliout serv
ing a elialriimu of the various state
bjurdH, of which Hie law makes him
ex-oiueio cuiurnmii. 'f'lie-o nuit
ers Miould be lookeil alter
l,y, niu duly nppoimci
aid o'mllrmcd by thospnale, and the
governor should not only bo relieved
of much or the luhor but of much of
the responsibility for tho oldclal acts of
theso duimrtmuiits. Tlio trm-orm,,-
howovcr, lutist wait If liodesiies lolief
until the next tegular hchsIoii of the
legislature, and Governor lni:i.AND in
the lust man In tho statu who would
ask such relief. Uatvmton Print.
Tho suggestion wan made by the
G.v.irrn: lu good faith and with i:o in
tention of nlleotliig upon Governor
litt.r.ANDor his adinlulslr.itlon. The
GAy.i:rri:docH not criticise by Inuundo,
It eoincti straight to tho point when It
dlllVrs with tho governor or any other
ofllcial In tho din-barge of u public
duty. Nor did the G.v.urn: intend
to convey tho Impression that it fa
vored or recommended an extia
aiou lor urn solo purpose
ito.Mnir tho governor of nnv
part of Ids olllolol duties. Ilellovinir
I that an extra session of tho legislntuie
would bo called for tho purpose of
providing laws Tor, tho investment of
liio ldlu funds lu tho tttnto treasury,
and a leductlun of the revenue of the'
statu, Iho G.v.irrn: suggested that lu
his proclamation convening tlio legis
lutiirolu exttu flwMon the governor
submit the matter of lelleviug heads
ef departmtnlH rromfhe routluu work
imposed upon tliem as membfM of va
rious, divers and sundry boards. Tho
biiHlnessoftho state is greatly ham
pored hy rea-on of the fact that the
attention of tho executive oIlhtoiH is
dlvorud from tho real dullwi for
Which thoy ero elected ami which
are prescribed by tho constitution of
tne state, by the labors imposed upon
thorn us' members of a dozen or nioro
.boards of which (hoy mo m,.,i.n.
and which tequlro much of theirtlme!
Ill many Instances thcM duties, eool.i
bo perf,oriued by uome clerk In the de
paituients more Intelligently nud m
stnnd (hat (ho wire cutters Iat week
cut the wircsnround HcVentl farms ana
Binall pastures in the southeastern
port of our county noil oof tho farina
exceeded 100 acres,
Alvnrudo JMktliV. Mr. Marion
Sansoni lins upon ono of his fnrnl
three hundred acres of corn whlchlie
says will produce about K),",00 btishil'',
or nu avonige of about thlrty-iU'i
buidiels to the acre.
Palestine li,fVo'if7: A member of
tlio police force informs us that it cat
has crawled on ton of tho vcndhitor In
the jail, and cannot get down. She has
Blckuran nnil Ii CaurH-Iiiipnrn AVntcr
Neir Clmrclipn nnil IIimIiiokm IIounck
llm Trado of Alillonc.
CorrMjioiidcnco oir l'" tlarctto.
xVbllcne, September 1-1. "i"s, sir;
there ib coiisiderablo slcknetw lierc tit
pre-ent." said ouo of tho cltietis;
"tviihoid fover Is prevailing, nud it Is
clearly traceable to the iibomliilblo
water wo aro compelled to use."
1'Vw to "ins in Texas give evidence of
prosperity to any greater degree than
Abilene On, every sldo there is it
i.Moflimr Ihiuv find nnnti.iilnd neritdn '
been "yowlng" for forty-two dai and ( uUt t0 the Immigrant who jiropases
nights and Is not dead yot. ! settling In a locality It becomes the
It Is stated Hint if tlio Catholic jirst, consideration as to (lie heal lilul-
church at Laredo will not permit the
children of Catholic parentage to at
tend (he public schools, that not itss
(hull 500 children, whose parents are
unable to pay tuition, will bj wholly
deprived of education.
When the presold cash Is invested,
tho slate university will have about
MUO,000 drawing from fWe to six per
cunt. Interest, and according to tho
comptroller's books there nro $87,000
available funds on hand, derived from
accumulated interest on bonds and
Miirlin toft. About twenty-five of
the bondsmen of lion. W. M. JJrowu
met last Friday and agreed to pay their
pro rata should it be necessary. C'apt.
Goodrich was sent to Austin to repre
sent tlio bolidsmeii. It is understood
that Hie bondsmen will not stiller.
Henrietta Hdrld: Tlio Henrietta
jnll is empty (lie first time for lo!
thtse many days. However, it speaks
well for our (own. Not a prj-oner in
tiio HenrieLn Jail! The cells no
longer echo the dismal clank of
wrouglit-iron "hnrnejis" and the
weary tread of "mail-clad warriors."
Kuiifmun Sum Wire fence cutting
is becoming of the most ab-oibing in
terest not only in the West, lint in
and surrounding Kaufman county.
Fiom time to lime fences have been
cut, and lu some iustaucts, as in the
cutting of Mr. Frank Greer's last
week, no cause could even be Imag
ined and the cutting was nothing more
than down-right lawlessness, and if
such deeds are not stopped they are
going to lead to a bad state o( affairs,
ami prooaoiy to mooasiied.
Crockett J'atron: Tlio balloon as
cension ou lust Saturday, was an entire
Miccess. There was not a breath of air
stirring, and when released it shot
directly upuurdu with great inpldily
and toa great bight. The man who
went up seemed to be entirely belf
posscscd during ids aerial trip.' After
teaching lis utmost height, it wtlit off
in u uortheily diieeltou ami came
down at tho eilv cometerv. Tin- mini
landed safely, nut we hear Hint the
balloon was a little torn by coming in
contact with a snudJ tiee. The ciowd
was largo and well behaved.
Temple Trl'juno James Jmkson,
living near the Knob Creek school
house, two miles from Temple, entne
into town Motility to start the ollleers
after tho convicts who visited Ids
house that niornlnya and carried away
the following wealth : One boy's hut
and pants, one man's coat, ono pair
now boots, four pair colored socks, one
lady'n dress, twelve knives, and $20"
in cash, Mr. and Mrs. J. were ab-ent
from the house about thirty minutes,
dutlng which time tho convicts made
the raid, having doubtless been hid in
tlio weeds near by watching for a
chance. Jl'hoy had escaped from a
work Urdu, near Cameron, a few days
before. They left their Mrlped peni
tentiary raiment in lieu of what they
I'alestlno Advaralr: Wo yaw the
other day In Dr. Yoakum's artificial
I'dtoor cement basin two very grand
11 wers. One of them is tlio fairy god-oes-
of the lakes, a njmphaia. lis
II iwers, which in an unconllned condi
tion aro one foot in diameter, but hero
lu a vimel under water, only about
sx inches. The confined 'flowers
though aro just iw lino. The flower is
shluo with indeset limbic color. When
first seen it makes a hensatiou both
pleasing and lasting. This species,
Devonifiisls," 9 tho choicest or uij
the water adornments and tho kuvi,,
sometimes tuo feet in diameter, most
tastelullyhcallopt'dand floatlniron tho
water surrounding, fotni a display f
plant development unequalled by any
thing In tlio kingdom of tho queen of
tho sylvan lakes. Tlio other plant in
the true Egyptian lotus of elashlo fame
and one ot tho mured plants of tho
it 1 1 lL 1 J tjt
ellVctlvely ns by tho head, or depart
ments. The aAKisrri: Is terlous and
JDnllM. null, If.not Otho action of tho
ptoii buyers ami ,mpres.s 001 11 ui
tthj vxtreiueiy doubifui jr Wu,u V ,
iJii nous Ax ui'riciK.
Tho St. Louis JlnutMlntn ), i. ...... ,!
viewed iVof. Lamiwin, ono of tho conHl,u,nUous ' opinion that the
leading, moit Inthicatial and most KIovon,or 4U1(l liw,la f departments
tiueaileu negroes In tho West, on the "lu"u uu ""'veu of much of this
niiiiiieuwioin question of
trlbutlon of oIIIcm betwoon
and bJacks. which huf ,.
iia.... . . .. -- --- .,miivi iir.,.! ..,. .
siiionumtor wuv'inou and bioUior" ""'"k" wnHitiiuiomii dutlea of
., ! u,ud to tfonUIor whloh u iiatfoi.nl ,.. "' wwl twl"ou
Cicim nmIColti.il" Uuyorn-Tlio Tlio .Vend-tmj-l'nrnoiiHl
Concspoiutciico of tho Oniotio.
Colllnsvlllo, September U. As
most of your correspondents aro talu'
lng about thu need of rain at present
we will not s.y how b.idlv'xvu uro
needing It here, although It is it grand
time for cotton picking, if this drouth
contlnue i.iuch longer, cotton will nit
bo picked in a very i.hort time. Farm'
." nro now rushing it imo market
Wo need n cotton buyer hero badly,
t he one buyer u our low n 1ms thinirs
pretty much Ids own way. .Souio irooil
V'l'ton f.iclor will favor us by "S
him competition. ".muUt,
O.ir academy Is now under grand
headway. Pro feasor Hooker, l.Uo of
Tonnes and Uov. J0. linu , ,yl
nleii. start this week for Hunts" lie
stituto for the next sohohtstlo ve ir.
.MUstM Molllo and Mattlo "Malmrrn
leave this evening on a vl,it u, K
Mr, .1. .1. Jainus has been aim.dntod
public weigher for thin nlaeo.
mmi of the nlaca he may have selected
Abilene Is 1,800 feet above sea level,
surrounded by laud every way fitted
for a high state of cultivation, pos
sesses an atmosphere of great purity,
and without fconio local causes
cannot but be healthy. Hut
the citizen above quoted bcems to
indicate ftlie canto of tho prevailing
disease. As yet there are no wells im
mediately in Abilene. A mile from
town Hit re Hows. (whn It docs How)
a jluggisli creek, not far from the mar-,
gin of wiilcii several wens navo neon
duir. From these some fourteen carts
haul water to the town and the supply
scarcely equals the' demand. Those
who claim to know say that the wells
are iiccesarily supplied by hcepage
from tlio creek near by and (hat the
water is impure. However that may
bcitiskiirtwn that the majority of
those using water, (it Is said some do
not) keep a tmrrel near oy lilleu only
wbh from water, and being exnotied
in so small a quantity rapidly absorbs
atmospheric poisons ami thereby
Fifteen miles away tlicio is a large
ami perpetual spring Known ns l'uck
etts, ihc water or which is very
highly spoken of. It is believed that
if Abilene had the cntcrprl-c, as she
has the capital, aid would convey
through piping a supply of this spring
water, nothing whatever would stand
in the way of her rapid building up,
far beyond what may in any event bo
Iter natural expectations.
It is, however, lost sight of that
every new-comer to Texas must pass
mcbtngc ni becoming acclimated, uml
those coming from Louisiana and Mis-
wetiipin, ourenargeu as tney oiten are
with the swamp malaria seem pecu
liarly subiect ton siiell of uiekmum.
whloh is the simple result of a ptirill-
euiioii or ineir systems oy tneir new
Probably there i-i nothing better a
railroad conipady can do for
the towns on its lino
than the building of neat
and comfortable station houses. Such
a dvpot as gtects tho stronger at Fort
Worth at onco impresses Him favora
bly with thu enterprise of tlio place,
and the reverse is true as at Dallas.
The railroad buildings at Cisco are not
inferior to tlioio at the Fort. Tho
lailtoad hotel and fi eight depot hero
at Abilene in esueli as to give to tho
place n dignity and attractiveness very
inviting to the prospector. Whether
such example Is commonly followed
by the citi.ens of all places cannot bo
said, but It certainly is here. On every
side handsome brick, stone and frame
buildings mo being erected which well
bespeak the prospciity of the mer
chants. The outward manifestations of a
refined society are apparent in tho
school houses and church spiles. The
Methodists have a very eomlortablo
building, well finished; fho Daplists
aie completing a line house. The
Presbyterians have purchased a lot
and very shortly will build. Tho
hpis-oopnllnns aro soon to erect a four
thousand dollar stone chapel. So, you
may readily suppose, that wheie
tnoiiey is beinir so iri'elv snr.nf r..r .....
religious purposes, that the commu
nity is n prosperous and permanent
Colorado City until lately hold pret
ty much all I ho trade from the Concho
district and lu the northern eoiint.li.s.
but much of IfcU said to ho drlriimr
A ...... .it! .. . - .""0
"'"""(; mo iiiuau oucouragiuir
To the Merchants of Nor
You can find.right at your doors, FRElGTrn .J
SAVED, at EASTERN priccoS!
hvjlijujuu uaBorrment of
NOTIONS, FMISIB eoti
Boo,ts, Shoes and
At the Immense Establishment of 1
Iwpllii l ill pray Wjipfl
P.S --We are strictly Wholesale, and study the'1
iiiuoietjta uj. lYiercnanvs only.
rILL 32 SIIE1
Liim3er,Latlis; Sliingle 3 Doors, Sasl
and u full btock of
C2SRI131XT, LIME, ETC,
THE Oj-PSTflHD, COBHEB HOUSTOH AND SEVENTH STREETS. ESlittJM
0 WJf & 0
Dealers In all klutls oi
Staple and Fancy GroceriJ
FEOBIOS, FE07IBI0IS, GieAB8li
Ooi-nei- Houston ana 1?
signs lieie W tho amount of lumber
sold to tlio ,'urrounding country. Sub
btantbil hyfprovoments of .such charac
ter mo nit soon to bo deserted, and n
well settled country jound about will
insurea HVo ami lusting town.
Ileil (iuluenbery or Coleman county
is heit ; looking at tho lino bucks, nnil
rrntt Ai Campbell or Haskell county
are hero on the same business.
Messrs. Newman it Turnlmy of
Hahureounty will buy bucks to-dav
'," 1 K'iibh 1,bov,oral -r loiuln oi-
T ,r "" UUVU Boil cittl
'". iiiiri 'iovo is linro ir,.
I''lrdlJCl."U"torof wwk whl basbeen in.
mi tiiewhlU' ,'m? U1011 (!'em' " """'ntftlUno. uV
now AvttntOH ,," ,.Imv,?h t,u',u l,l)l ''Wo lolsu'io to
no iiuo o in K'niii loimiu ...,. i.t i
i..i..i.;.i" v .""';- u.ivo
veiitlon will boJiold at f;.vJll m
"iv.mii, i-roi. i.avii.tov
" I ltUjlllillii(jo Ii...... .
y!i.uiviuin lllliv I
DON 1 l)(.J,r.j,l(ir ,ncnl ,tcIu
nnil lVrmmit aoli.
Corresjtonilicoof the tinrutic.
tiontrt, ,,uVlul,,p J 'TT10 rl
loiiot lorn Waggoueis' s30,ooo ie-1-
deiieo Is about completed.
Major Peitti luia been Invited to east
ffiW01 'i'1 ,u our ''bl and a 1
if 7,n. "' bW"u 1 the wih tl. t ho
among Hio largest cattle shlppe
film "le" aro aU vl
i ,c''lr',VlIlard is tluotigh shearliu'
T.i i""01, JJotu uro local htiveis
'fe,'" t'l'cb-ownway (hiM'
l hiiH, , 1 l . " mKH 8rW Would bo
F,ri luvi, ,uoro "Pemion by hav
iof,itlmeS".Ua,C0 mr0 bu -U
M. O. Luuibeth leturned last nlht
""in a iii, thiough this county, , ,n,V
on business ttW? 1Wf,y , ,.le ,", ro
Mat looks bettor uftor being out 1 i tho
open air and hoi ,. ilo i?ia 1." took
t.'Han minister will nil l, ,r5 ular
K,M.,,elit he,'u Mext Sti ulny. KThc
t,Tbc!: "Me Cut has'
W. W. ROUTJI,
FOHT WOUTJZ, TEXAS.
OFZUOU-Ko. 13 Main Slrctt. llesUlence,
A. W. Qalhonn ami Tl.irtl Street. EW!5lf
mi. A. J. LAWKENCE.
-rrX tfc, .-ilTiV
FORT WOJtTJT, TEXAS,
OCTlOE.-ln Kciton BuIIdlnu', over Win
Brown's Grocery ator'o. w
The Great Pcpnlarfitraij
L C '' . .
.. wi lllll MnOIU (Ulxwtil .!..
c lurch 1,ff'c,,BW l11 tl10 I'lOUiytcrim
umrcli. o aro sorry to o.u u ihnti:...
Uencoiw arc Bow abo.it colltng1 i
Tlw election for tho counlv ro.it oi
laylor county will take pface ton i
imo next October. 4? ,ro ,.,S
but two candidate;, in the Held vet
Aiilenoaml lluin.Io CJan. Jt w I i
take u two-thlrds mnlnrlit1 .. ...... ' "
X 2S KT LXJ jE S3 3? ,
WliT WOJiTlT, 1EXAS.
OPXiaa-Na. U Main Street. Up stair,.
uam yiTitous qxiob gab.
J. J. ILiKE,
Architect and Superintendent.
FOJ1T WOliTlt, TEXAS.
Ol'J'ICX-Ocer tint Xatlonttl JianK.
"Out, or evnrw .i..I;,. ., " -""ucs o: mg
C. JT. KEffllNGTOR
for ifey West uti W
Corpus ChrHtl, PrtiW1
At AIU.'OtuV WllhI.40.--.B"
lilnauil towns lul!rw;
Atr.OSKNHUlUI WIW vi
tl. .-,!,,,,-., rjilfntf-SAOJU"1
Uvalde n nd Wim.?";
..It nntnlnln thn Sjatf"!
East: with NeroAW?3
cimi Railway furWtifW'.l
a. ntiL'vn a ll .rllhl .AT.
ATAJILANO Willi J.;s .
AtMOHOAU 'wilb TJJ,S5
nf ;.. n. a s. r. ':
souuty K-at nt AbiiJno, wl.llo tonVv
"hesa mijorlty of tlio votes f0P j"uJ
oh. Gap (Guilty Ju.lgo Mtur v '
(hlnk that Abilene
win ,...-.. ,,
oiiititv !,.. ..iM.r. .."".. .VJ1. mo
tittKltlnlH nuljoViiyr' U Wl" ti,k,J
i..:, r.:..... ;."" ""n, imrrv
11)1. IllltWII tllllIro I... 1. . .. .
h.i . i. .,:::. '...;:"""" "V oas snotteii ''"" uu
.nuoimilin- WHO hlO III in SAO.I ti
.z.r: ;:.J):'"1 i nio ciunur , 'i z B
tiiiukstho n.A.MJ.NTA'Jl. SCW. JuiV J" " oonipany. " l'AKKKK COUNTY
. .. . t i - r .- i v in vi iv. f b i..k ...tn
7 tVi ' . A,,Vu',";,ia jujoduvl ' ,Ml "emeu cue negroes rov,o, ii-.u.J,,,, 1 ,i i, ,T " erect a
S:SrS ESsfefirawsttB fBmm SHS
-- T.fTiM,i jvuiiu iiiiiiiriMi ikitkni ..! i.wi.t . . ..
, , ' '"'i -iwuitijjMu ixor(h m We Kndifr.
bontractor and Builder
1,lanSni?rXCh"e,aUou8 n.rtI wtlnmto
larulthea on uiipboutlon,
OfBoo and Shnn no TTnnc,rt !.
vWiffi anfl Siih R'reetB.
UdJnlaontlmt JtEft- f
At your woitTii wi'usi
Hues; lor KJ lffiij
buh city, at. Pt,pf
r.ml all no tf U
At BALI.AM Wltn V'VfibfJ''
3-JUio tlmt j our tWrt rg.
f 42i Kisxmc vwunma
IfECTC & IJAKER,
OflfWRACTOR aafl BUILDER
Will hnuUh eaunmiea of cost on ixUktna
" bm.ajngB, s))rtvlnK, counierf.otc.
FOJ2T WOJtTU. TEXAS.
j. M. mh
i.n. I . ...... ..'"
vj-o iivru iu Keen in wniiii..,!..... i.i.
nu niirt ' " " "h
... , --"j
li Louis B'j.
"COTl'ON KELT HOUTE"
LAn ST. LOUIS nud CDI-
EAST to all POINTS in
Arkansas and Texas.
Hsinftal 9HfI RnrfllBS J"
A Uogular Ban W
niKdo on ail .
UMloon all ajwSj
.T.imni'ff on w"n:
unit j t -- -
IMIII VIUL'SL't'llI. IIIQ hint Kiu r
U liu si.aw, now living in Colorado
I'lty, rauiQ to see liitn lust night.
rt, ana Tims Au't.
Ocnena Office: St louis, Mo. ffiSh