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THE GAZETTE: FORT WOimr. TBXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21.
Anliicenillnrr lrlro Mipot In tlio lHul-
IiullBiintlon or CltUmn-Ollier Inter
culliiK llmn rrmn Colorado.
Cort Miondcnco or thd OMptUJ.
Coltirado, Beptuinber 10. Last night
nbont 1 o'clock our cltlzorn wore mr
tlud by. tlio over terrifying fry "f lire!
tititl a blazo wiia seen coining from tlio
barter Hlion In tlio roar end of the
Gru'ntl Ceiitml Hotel. Tlio door was
hoAn broken open and abtirnltifr mass
ormbbleli dragged into the fttioet, thus
i'xtlnulhliig ilit! (lame.. Had it not
been foi the prniiiptrie.s.4 of action a ip
rio'ii eoiilljgiatlon would have- re
united. An Investigation or the htir
rouiidiiigHHliow the work to be plainly
that of mi Incendiary, large quantities
of co.il oil having been poured over the
lloor, chalrH. tabled and boxes, and tlio
iimtulr applied in a-preKUed box of
straw and shavings. Tlife Is tlio tlilrd
time a lire luu been lit In tlihname lo
:ality, and it Is now generally Inlloved,
allliiiiiglt no actual proof can bo se
cured, iliat the largo llro of last month
was the work or tho same ilro bug.
Our citizens aro thoroughly aiou-ed
and ii call for n muss meeting to bo
Peld ot tliu Frenkfl opra-liouso at o
n. m. lias been Issued by btol Kalin,
chairman, to take Inimeulalo steps for
an lnvcstluatlon of tlie.se vaiious at-
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tempts,, mm also to cievise measures court-house yesterday
The t-entliiient Is
for more ellMciit
freely expre-ed that Ir the guilty
jiiriy or parties can bo discovered,
Judge Lvnch's court will hold an
open wsifon, on sliort notice, and the
railroad bridge iIII receive some deco
rative trimmings that will prove food
for buzzards. J lunging is mucii too
godforaman who will deliberately
mid with malicious intent apply the
mutch, where not only thousands of
dollars wortli of valuable property but
also tlio lived of hundreds of innocent
ftleepors are thrown into Jeopardy.
Wotsaii tcarely lealizoa being so de
graded. Wlnfield Scott lias loturncd from
ills jaunt to the 1'ortatid will re-enter
upon Ids building operations witli re
newed visor. Tuls time It Is a brick
block on Second street.
A largo crowd was out to pee the
Port Worth Nationals go oil" on yes
teiday'.s train, and bid "boa voyage"
to the ooys. 'lliey expressed thorn
. helves as highly gratified with tho re
f stilts of their trip and tho courteous
treatment at (he hands of our citizens.
"Come again," was thu general invita
tion. Frank Sexton, or tlio firm of Sextan
it Patterson, also boardul the train
armed with two builalo robes and a
through ticket to Washington, 1). C,
where ho go(s to visit tlio old folks af
ter an absence of over throe years. Ho
will mingle business with pleasureand
extend his trip to Now York city foi
tho purpose of organising a company
to take hold of and do.'oiop the Kattle
cap mine, situated in the Organ moun
tains of New Mexico, of wlm.li lie la
solo owner. This claim adjoins ono of
tlio best paying gold quartz minis in
M. K. Thorbla, tho general repre
heatutlvoof Jirltton, lrvlnoife Co., of
Dallas, is In town to-day lookiug up
his customers here.
Heavy showers are reported from all
tlio surrounding country, and to-day
tlio blessed rain oamo ; pattoilng upon
our window pain. Tho refresh
ing, healthful Jntluenco is upon us to
such an extent that wo are almost
tempted to allllct your readers with
m.ii-i'n imragrupns oi manic verses in
titled "Heatitiful Itiiin," which spon
taneously was ground out iii u day
dream, butgi'aelously forbear to liar
row up their souls and tand each par
ticuiar hair on end by Its recital.
Mr. Jack Frost and his estimable
Iwly enwo in from (ho ranch in Tom
Green county and took Aronday'n
train tor choir old liouiQ la St. Loui..
wnero taoy will remain for u short
time on a visit to relatives.
Largo quantities of Northern pro
duce is now being received in carload
lots direct from St. Louis to this
point ami nilces to consumers
or rrcHh vegetables have been thereby
very materially reduced. Our mer
oiijints alho lorwaid largo quantities
of tho same to adjoining towns on the
i.nft",,Jae,l,1(M'lf,W!V' botl1 mwUiuI
westof tills phico.
iwToU,.J',ov,l18' m!ll,i,or of the
lexas InveHtnteat conip.uiy, coasuin
united tho sale of 5,000 acres of lino
grazing land, situated on Yellowliouso
VW."1' iu Crosby county, to S. 11.
Udell A: Co., -lillo hero between trains
at imvlhg won f 0, a new hat and n.
veariv pass in another tuau's name to
Atlanta) City, wlien tlio sight of a well
known ligure entering tit the court
room door gave him n chill. '1 ho llir
mo moved nolemliiy up tho broad aisle
and crossed to tlio loft and stopped be
side tlio white-haired crier, with the
sententious "certificate, pleasci'J- The
crier, who lias been living too long to
be surprised at anything, glanced
at Ills visitor mechanically,
lllicd tip n form for $12.60,
iiushed over :i book and siid' "re
ceipt." The visitor signed In a largo.
linn liauu, "snin'i J. Jiamiau, hh'ou
up his certlilcste and stuck It in his
On ids way up to the city hall to get
his ticket cahed, Mr. Itiindnll de
clared his short experience as ajuror
was ono of tho most Interesting of his
lite. Ho said that it seemed a simple
thing enough, and thought
that the oalv reason why
Ids action attracted attention was
because o many men whoso iati-lli-geiieo
would make them exi'elK-tit
jurors p'eaded private bus'ue-n ti
escape ferviee. no assisted in (teem
ing six oases altogether. Veidiets of
guilty were returned in all of them
except one. Ho set the example of
making Inquiries to straighten out
testimony, ami no person about the
coum recall a
panel of Jurors Hint asked more ques
tions taaii inoso uiscnargea wun e.
l'ederul Court A Cranky I.nw Sull .lif-
for.-4.ii'M Xotv llnoiii.
Corrcpomlotico or the Oniettc.
.leller-oa September 11). Tlio failure
of the federal court to convene hero on
tlio loth was a disappointment to our
hotel keeper. H was understood that
Judge Pardee, ono of tlio circuit
judges, would hold court la place of
Judge Morrill (resigned), but lie failed
to come to time, and thu clerk, W. 10.
Singleton, and Deputy Marshal James
North adjourned court over until tho
We had heavy and refreshing rains
on Saturday and .Sunday, which set
tled tlio dust for a time, and put a
more cheerful appearance on all ani
mate and inanimalo nature. The
editor of our daily paper (across the
way) was heard to remark that ho felt
forty years younger since tho lain,
llo lias entirely recovered from tho
"doiiso" ho got in Ills successful at
tempt .o rescue the drowning boy, as
reported iu the Gazi:tti:, and was
able to lio out at church on Sunday.
Tho rains alluded to aro general as far
as beau! from, and will be of
immense buuellt to tlio farmer who
mlsis turnips, potatoes, etc.
The rains were not ot tlio nature to
beat out the open cotton or injure tho
Our inercliuntit are preparing for the
coming season. Tlio compress will
comtnencu operation October 1st with
brilliant prospeotn ahead. Tlio Plm
alx oil milts commence at the same
time, and though successful during thu
hiBt season, expect to Improve on ex
perience. Tlio same ollleos aro la
charge. The steamer Alpha, costing
H0.000, and built at our wharf by tlm
oil company, is already playing In the
waters of Hod river and its tributaries,
collecting cotton seed.
All tho cotton buvora hnvn t-tm-?ii
from (heir summer tours and mo
pteimred toe-obbio tin tho liceov Mtnnin
as it arrives.
The "gruss widowers" whoso u-K-i.a
went to Not thorn and Eastern water
ing places appear more cheerful at the
near approach of tlio icturn of their
nous." JOaoh member of tho olub
was admonished by the venerable
chairman to leavo his nrnmknu .iinur..,i
of empty bottles, corks, ct omne renm.
This order is being strictly can ied out
ui mr us your reporter Knows.
Col. JJ. W. Taylor's magaillceat
residence Ih Hearing completion, ft
will bo a mastorpieeo of architecture
and an ornament to our city. It will
bo one of tho finest residences in tlio
state, with all the modern Improve
ments and conveniences.
Several now business houses have
been opened, and moro ininrovoinontn
Hen Clinton round Jliirderml und Jlnlibeit
Another Mjnloilniu Mjrdtir Utml
CorrcMondonco cf Ibo tlnrelte,
Peiw, Soplcmber 10. News has Just
readied us of a murder la Now Mex
ico, thirty miles jouthwest of Seven
111 vers. On the llrstofthis month Mr.
Collins found tlio body of. Uen. Gel
stoa, witli a Winchester ball through
ids right Jung mid another through'
the head. It was found near ills raneln
Geistoa liad a claim and was at work
on It. Ho Is supiuuid to have been
murdered about tlio 2Sth of August.
He was known to have fceveatyllve
dollars on his person which, with his
Winchester and pistol, was taken.
Tliero was found in ills watch pocket
three dollars whicli. tliomilrderer falleil
to find. Oileston was twenty-llvo or
thirty years of age. His lelatives are
Mi'd to live in Texas. Some of tho cit
izens followed tho trail of the parties
who did Hie shooting to Dog
('uiiyoii, across tho mountains,
but could sec no one. About the same
place one, Alexander was murdered
last Miiiiiiicrund the parties were never
beard from. Tlio citizens of Lincoln
county, N. M.. are doing nil la their
power to llud tho guilty pni ties. It is
now about one hundred and thirty
miles from Pecos.
Wo had fine rains to-day aud we
learn it lias Icon pretty general.
Mr. Ilottom, of Silver City, N. M.,
Hint ted six bundled and lllly beef cat
tle fronthis point to Silver City yes
teulay. Three iow dwellings were com
menced lieie yesterday and others will
bein a few days.
Mr. gallon, of Sweetwater, Is build
lag a large livery stable here.
Pecos is full of visitors.
Tlio following Jaw is o tlio statue
books of Mexico, and 13 everywhere iu
full force and efl'eet: "All foreigners
who fjor tlieni"elvis, or la associated
companies witli other foreigiieis, shall
acquitoby puichaso any lands lor ag
ricultural purposes, or for the establish
ment of stock ranches, shall be ex
empted for five years, collating from
tile day in which their bill of sale is
signed, from all classes of taxes, being
only obligated to present tliu map and
field aoto of their survey to tho minis
ter of tho interior without which act
being done, no benefit from tho law
will be enjoyed." This is cortuiulv ns
liberal a law as you could reasonably
Paso d el Noile is SCO years old. It
has ono lonely street exactly seven
miles long. Its principal point of in
terest is the Gaudalnupo Cathedral,
which Is over thioe bundled years old,
and has had no ropairs for at least 200
years. It lias no pews. There is only
a piece ot carpet spread in front of the
altar, and oa this the worshipped
kneel ono at a time. Generations
have come ami gono, and nothing lia.i
been done to improve this ancient
town until now, when they have be
gun the lestomtloa of (he Grand Plaza,
l'liu Mexican Central railroad depot
la tho only modem edifice in tho
Mr. Matthews, agoiit for tho colc
hrided gold leaf tobacco dip, manufac
tured by tho Louisville Li-af Tobacco
conipmy f Louisville, Kv., is in
her'" k' loohl"t 1 his' interests
n.lW0UK tno teeing passungors for
iv?.bi!a .V(-tlo-ulu-v wo noticed Jacob
i , ,kltVV)Ul & K- Hleks, who ran
toge h r rl for ,v buri"c trlI
u, ul -s; f,vU,ur8 wUl hnl11 their regu
lur weekly meeting tliH eveaiae:
fft,tortftIlt !Aler8 relalhig'h;
! i l T.00U,i0ut...Qf ,hq onnc. re
cently lUSSX'd Will iwinn .... r..,, t.j
. .. , . w,..w .,,, .. rilllUIII
i up for cuiiuld
T,...).- 1 ,
, , ", ui iiunuiar voumr
friend la ho Jewelry line,' is expec eH
homo to-day from an ext.Mi.led trip to
to kia folks, and rumor lias It that bo
will bo accompanied by Mrs.
iho many friends or f ho Gazrttk
n -arrival ot their favorite paper on
Sunday last, and to-day again their
l"1 i" lotia ami loon at the
bninuel .1, UnuiinH Kellras.
Kx-bpcaker RandulPs term of ser-
ithT.?' i18 ,,ixhl V"' 'lflanl
- !. ni-i vi'ii aniiirnriiAH !....
, dWV. boinu of the
coiitliii i J "lecjniercittnian'B ac
thlvthv" ,.& ..'?. J'lven
Btltutod themselves ei "o lo ro
port the outcome. Wl e " ir. pZ
dall'H aamo was called no ,i
bm 'urn U w,w ?Uwl wwnd'u,
otli,,; . " v ,. ""' .caneu out
,.vu ..t.t.iv. i iin finiMiii-o
xiir. it. iiuiriios nt ('ma o,, ..i., i
hero to-day to IIlo a suit in tlio United
States dlsttlct court against divers and
sundry clti.eas of this and adiolninir
counties for alleged trespass on ills
property and Imprisonment of his ner
Boa, rating his damages in the iigirre
gato at something over f 1.500,000. Mr.
Hughes is mi oUl Toxim and had ac
etiaiuluted a largo estate in land and
slaves. 1 hu war swept away Ids inbor,
und though a Union man ho fared like
ilia neighbors. The East Lino ,alN
road traverses his old farm several
n lies vh o that welbkaowa water
ag placo "Hughus' Springs" with all
Its improvements is situated on hind
foimcrly owned by him, lind that ho
of iL?JH?Hbc,;n n,c8a,y polled
of. Ho is over 80 yeais of ago at d bus
been twice tiled for lttuaoy. caul tin o
rop.esentiug Ids own cause and be S
important and niomlnont oharacteis
are among tlio defendant's names hi
tno plalntiir's petition. l
A young nma named Taylor an
employee of tho Wte AwaU aows
paper ollleo was accidemiv sliot
Saturday night. Some f" midn ppcd
s to on tho sidewalk and it Hr Hi n
i cted ii im lifiii but not moi
::,fri,W ilo tf quite
Tlio excitement eoucotninir Mm
negro rising" h, entiroiy sufelded?
J hero was never any fouiidation i
ho rumor here, and a long oxpuriei eo
convinces y,n,r reptnter Hint hose io-
poits imimy of them) are ofte itin cs
aggente' aUU '" "IM,,y ,"Sl""C ' ""
A.Itoplaskl.oaoofour most eateiv
prising mereliaats, received to-dav
.-'--.. wiv inivur- l'ltlmirlfl
Tho l)eat on the Colorado desert has
been greater this season than during
any previous year for many yours
pu- , and thesullbrlng ofthoso whose
duties compel them to make tho tedi
ous tiip frequently is almost over
powering. During the past two weeks
the thermometer iu tlio day time has
stuck poisistetltly at 130 degrees, and
tho close atmosphere lias made tlio
heat appear greater than it actually is.
lrenieiidons thunderstorms have boon
oi irequeat occurrence, and about a
week ago one swept over tho desert
which was grand beyond description.
Tt was followed by heavy torrents of
Manchester, VI., is noted for its
bcautilul cemetery and the care which
s taken of it. Judge Skinner, of
Chicago, lias beon foremost in beauti
fying tiiis God's acre, in which rest tho
bones of his father, the former Gover
nor of Vermont, llo soiiio limo ago
placed at tho entrance two statues of
fc.tv.it, ui-auiy which no sonimxl t
t. ...... i , , t - . -,, LIJU
fviiyui.H iiicjicssurrectlon." in ad
dition, ho has provided a greenhouse,
from wli eli dowers tno freely, and
during all tho year, supplied for tho
James Nutt, who shot Dulro,
Mayor of his father, at Unlontowu.
Pena. is nitbergioomy over the delay
aedisaialscralilo old concern, and
lio is obliircd to in no-1,, iiso, m. , " "
nn,, t, "r. """ uiiuu
.....v, jjiiotmiua coniined tliore.
ii" " linson iho is However
so inai no gets fair treatment
v t i, r "' Jl1? nitcr and sister
ll l u.ybyandholsas com-
vMwtiu ii ins mnrnnnf n.va
MiIj i, ,n. ...... .i , .. v"."".i una
-..., ...t.iwttei una uioiow 1 hen short
crim ofaiatiimony this fall. lKUSUort
nio report Is revived la our fool.il
A.ltt. .... . "..'.. -".""i-ui
..i. viiuugii in seatlmont to glvuoddn
011 the luil nr. ii.ill.,.i ... l", KwoiHI8
o.,uf .,v , .""" "u yaun ouior
tbeir whuihiD rr, '" "
Uctnooratlo tlnsUfr -
alllo.n.v. ii ."...;. "wi,wol, Ie"rr
-"-" -.v Kllllll in n luiinlsn,,,..
merouaiitot your city ami a beautiful
and aeeompirshed you J hid y of " 'ffi
city. Your reimrtcr will bo arejeiit on
tho occasion ( l), v.) i,rwi-ni on
tol Lougliery tf tho s,lruv
&(vulnrl and Col, Taylor 0f (ho Jim.
ltccut, are sharp .hooting t io 1
nmge. Keep cool, boys. ff
Iho negroos of Monlgonierv
county, Georgia, liavoa way of "hdr
own in dealing with their church of
ficers When one of the floek vloat -s
fl meted out. A few days ago ono of
the brethren got drunk. When he be
eamoobor ono ot tho deacons took
ill uowa aad put ll.iity-aiao b,rlnes
upon his bare back. Tho errlmr
brother seemed to think it all r I g H
and was will i,.g to iccelvo his punish-
Alpxnndor 111. Js tho despair of
opera iagors In St. Pete'isbin-
Once tho czar was a boon to them, for
lie announcement that ho would
; Z?lM 1SA" w, suro'tt!
.... wtv iiuuEt.-. ism now tlio
BllsnCOIl MlJlf. Iin ......... ii'",
II... ....I. n . - ".) iineiui
u j'liuiiu Jiwiiy, ior in
tys-eo visions of
A monument Is to bo erected to Pn
"F0 W, T,lu f'l alro aily amount;
U)Jll)OUt $10,000. eollenln,! .1 ... "I'"VS
, wt.i 1(11111 ?SI, 111.
ii.:; , mmw ' ulxui uune t
nten risked to HuUh tlio woik.
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htve been a pcit sufferer from
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Work and 'JyV1
Agriculural Implements, Iron, Wagon .ind Plow Woods, Bro J
Buloril, rinloy and othor Plows, Barlied and Plain "l
Hiaviriamiiii aim uaruHntgr 1 0013 (t Speclf.ltv
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CLOTHIERS id MERCHANT Til!
N0S. 1G AND IS HOUSTON STREET
FORT WORTH, : : : : : . . '
OAPT. J. M.
TEE FOltT WOItTW
to Steli & Land Isii
CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000.00.
Buy and Sell all kinds of Live Stock on Commission, and J
Advances on Consignment of same.
RANCHES, FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY
Bought and Sold.
.uu.a.j.N lNiiiicrUTlATlUD ON APPROVED SEODEE
uiiico on Houston Street, opposite First National Bank.
General CommUbton Merchants In
COTTON, WOOL, HIDES, ETCET(
OFFSCEa AraD WAREHOUSE:
Houston ant IVlain Sts., Between 13th and 14th.
Fort 717"Q:Br03L vjP&asl
it ? on oonslgnnients, and careful attnUon paid to tritau
and Ties, Wool Sacis and Twlno rarnlshed on appUcatlu. W
IJbGrnl Rdvanceraenl jnailfl on oonsli
ulouu Nation com.
lew Hoaso! IS en SHi-nitiire!
AVilUin n 3ov SIiih of llio
J. I STEPHEN'S, Clerk.
Union lepot, Torl "Worth. Irj
'M. If. ALWUDGE, I'ropritlor.
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Knoxvltln ami Oliiumn Si 'f. t."1" cf Sme. ana within a few hours. trrU. ol
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safest and best euro for enlarged
Spleen (Fever Cako), General Debttr.
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FOR SALE BY ALL DMJCCIST3,
GAS LIGHT GO,
BKAlEUS IN AM. KINDa Or
Gas, Steam & Water Pipes,
VALVES AND FITTINGS.
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