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NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS
Vanilla - Of perfect purity
Lemon -I of jrreat strength
Almond - fEoonomylnth lruso
Rose etC 1 Flavor as delicately
and dellclously as tha fresh fruit
THE TRADES DISPLAY
EVERYTHING IN READINESS FOR
THE GRAND PAGEANT
Tim Mai Fest Kuterlaiuuient to Continue
lor a Week The Coinos Have All
Arrangements Made
1 oclock this morning indications
yito that to day would tw clear and dclight
j 1 ast nights rain has thoroughly
km lite dust and a few hours of sun will
uuike ihe streets all that could bo desired
smother rain iloes not como better
could not be desired for the
of the Mai fest than will be
V 1 day yesterday men were at work in
i fferent parts of the city Retting the floats
fid other vchii cs ready for participation
u the trades display Many of the floats
t ill be works of art especially those fur
slied by the Chatnlier of Commerce which
II I occupy u prominent place in the pro
i e- sion ilio packcry and the brewery
i both make line displays as will bev
cvui oihir manufacturing institutions and
ii concerns The lire depart
ment will bo one of the features
rf 1 he parade A number of the firemen
-re busy half the nisdit getting read
It is the desire of those who have spent
f much time and money in making prepara
tions that to day bo as far as possible
fb erved as a holiday that all
i7cns may have an opportunity
v lake part in the parade It is especially
c that the school children he afforded
o opportunity to see the procession
I he Mai fast will continue for seven
UjjS each day having a carefully
rrjnpptl programme which it is
f intention of the managers
carry out to the letter Chairman
amion and his committee have had the
par k and pavilion in Riverside placed in
rrst elass condition and every arrangement
has been made for the comfort of those who
attend Vip programmes for each
ciav are as follows
moxiiay rouT wonni ntv
I Grand parade and trades display at 10
o in over the principal streets of the city
ailu out to Como park
Address by S 1 Memory of Como
sniial club
0 Crowning or May queen
i Address by May queen
Address of welcome by Mayor T P
smith
tl Addresses by other prominent speak-
i
r Grand promenade led by the May
Queen
Grand ball at S30 p m
TUEHAY llAUls 1AV
I Grand concert during afternoon
Address
i Prize sack race for lioys
I lrize egg l aco for misses ten to
twelve years old
Mr C H Richmond champion pe
uestriun of the world to walk ten miles
sTruightau ay to any other live men walk
ng two miles each Mr Richmond to de
fiMt the five men individually and collect
ively The winner to receive a purse of 525
t sp ech
7 Grand ball at Sn0
WEDNESDAY lANII IMIIE DA V
1 Grand concert during afternoon
Address
5 Prize contest for boys climbing slip
pery pole
4 Blindfolded games for girls with prize
o winner
5 Prize contest on horizontal bar open
to all amateurs a line gold medal suitably
graved to be awarded to winner
i Address
i iiind ball at Siil p m
TnlKsDvT WACO HIT
i Ira ml concert during the entire after-
J mil
Address
1 o hole running contest prize to win-
r
Running races for girls prizes to win
ners
- Fift yard foot race 0Kn to all ama
teurs A line gold headed cane to winner
ti Address
7 lratid ball at S0 p m
ritlDAY COMO DAT
1 Grand lyincert duriug aftcrnoou
Address
Prie wheelbarrow race for boys
i lrie egg race for misses ten to twelve
jr
fty yard foot nice for fat men must
JiKl pounds or more One hundred
J K Westlands best of the Como Charm
iurs to winner
li ddrtss
Grand ball at St0 p m
s Gj aud pyrotechnical display at 10 ji
ihe finest ever exhibited in Texas
sill illIIlmEXsHVY
i special attraction in the forenoon and
afernoon for the children Music bliuif
foul games for boys and girls egg races
sack races wheelbariiiw races Janeing
for children from - until 4 p m An
to the children
Prie eliibitiou in the use of Indian
iibs am dumb bell Prize a handsome
iver goblet
Grand ball at 0R0p m
Fiftv per cent of gross receipts on chil
drens day is set aside for charitable pur
tiuse and will be divided ns follows Fifty
uerivutuf same to Orphans home H per
et u Boys home 20 per cent to Ladies
l all of Fort Worth
tniv iitei lioi ivt
i rand sacred promenade concert during
te entire afternoon and evening
THE MOAT-
The reports received up to last night
were that over ono hundred floats and
or tier decorated vehicles would be in line
and tins number will probably be increased
vt lien the line is made up As far as known
the following Is a list of all vehicles that
il in line
Chamber of Commerce 2
Fire department 7
Santa Fe railroad 1
Col John R Iloxie 1
Packing company 11
Fort Worth brewery
Ii Ausust Co 1
J T Townsend 1
Misfit clothing parlors 1
A- 1 Anuerson 1
Texas builders supply comuanv 4
Alexander t McVeigh 1
Fort Worth mercantile company 1
Campbell Miller Woodruff 1
Y Goldstein 1
James Byrns 1
Armstrong shoe and leather company 1
Fort Worth trunk factorv 1
D II Schwartz 1
Ackley Osborne 1
Sims Bros 1
Columbus carriage factory J
Fort Worth fuel companv J
J E Westland 1
T A Cougliliu 1
Fort Worth iron works 3
City bill poster 1
Paciflo Express company 4
VKt JSVV
Monnig dry goods company 1
F B Daggett 2
I LaCroix 0
J G Burt Co I
Howard W Peak 1
Xicholson fcontractor 1
Capera cracker factory 1
IL II Lewis 2
Turner Dingec 7
Tn addition there will be a number of
smaller vehicles all beautifully decorated
THE 1MRADK
The procession will form on Jones and
Rusk streets south of Fifth street and all
floats and organizations are expected
to report promptly by 10 oclock
If there is no hitch the pro
cession will begin to move by 1030
and will traverse the principal streets of
the city The following has been agreed
upon as the
i ixe or MARCH
1 City police force
2 Band
Sheriff and deputies
4 Fire department
f Mayor and city council in carriages
0 Chamber of Commerce
7 Band
5 Fort Worth Fencibles
J Fort AVorth Cadets
10 Como marshals
11 May queen and guards
12 Members of the Como club in car
riages
13 Junior order United American me
chanics
14 Band
15 Dallas Frohin Gesang Verein
10 Dallas Turn Verein
17 Fort Worth Deutscher Verein
1 Other organizations on foot and horse
back
19 Fort Worth packing house
20 Texas brewing company
21 Band
22 Floats of everycliaracter
Marshal Maddox and the policemen are
very much disappointed because their new
nniforms have not come but they will
nevertheless present a creditable appear
ance
The trades display promises to be a grand
affair
NEW ORLEANS MAYOR
Addresses a Communication to the Cover
nor of Louisiana Urouglit About by
Coninl Cortes Actions
Xew Orleans I am lav 17 Mayor
Shakespeare has addressed the following
letter to Governor Xichols
Mayokattv ob Xew OnusAXs i
CITY HAIX May M 1SU1 f
To His Excellency Francis T Xicuols Gover
nor of Louisaua
Governor Under date of May fi 1591 the
consul of Italy at this port P Corte saw
lit to address to W II Chaffee foreman
of the grand jury then in session a very
remarkable letter The evening of the day
on which it was written tho consul sent
copies of the letter by the hand of his sec
retary to the daily papers for publication
1 inclose a printed copy of that letter Your
excellency beinga resident in NewOrleansis
fully aware of the fact that ever since the
assassination of Superintendent of Police
Hennessey on October 10 190 tho papers
have teemed with all manner of
vaporings from P Corte m tho
shape of interviews etc For
thoe reported sayincs ho could not
proiicrly be held as officially responsible
and since he was scan ely credited
with one statement before another was
made either exactly opposite of
or largely qualifying the first his
vagaries and blustering were regarded by
all but his own people as either laughable
or contemptible
Thisletter of May 0 to the foreman of tho
grand jury was very properly returned by
that body to the writer as being im
pertinent Besides lieiug impertinent the
letter contained a statement abso
lutely false and beyond ques
tion known to cbo false by Corte
If Italian Consul Corte has had any use ul
ness he has outlived it and has become
through his own acts not only an unaccept
able person but an element of danger to
this community in that by his utter
ances ho incites inflamable people to
riot or sullen opposition to tho laws and
customs of the country They have sought
him as being the deiository as ho con
fessed himself of criminal secrets relating
to individuals of his race resident among
us He refuses to give tho department of
police and justico information he has and
thereby increases the danger to the com
munity from these criminals For these
reasons 1 have the honor to request that
you ask of tho honorable secretary of state
at Washington the recall of Consul
Cortes exequater by the president That
application would have been made to you
sooner but for reasons that I desire to place
in your hands to accompany your note to
the secretary of state
The report made to the mayor and council
by tho committee of fifty I enclose copy
and beg leave to call attention to that part
of it relating toCorte
I have the honor to be your most obedient
servant Joseph A Shakespeare
-Mayor ew Orleans La
SODA FOR TWO
TT Know That It Happens Kvery Day In
a Drur Store
Its my turu she said at the soda coun
ter taking out a little purse
Xo its miue said her friend rum
maging in her pocket where she found a
small shabby pocketbook what will vou
take
What you do
Then Ill have sodan cream
Soll I
Two sodasn credin please to the drug
clerk Oh wait a minute Wouldnt you
rather have ginger ale Mia
Xo dear unless you do
Lemme ee I blieva Id
rather
Then Ill have ginger ale too
So the druggist who had beca standing
with the two empty glasses in his hand
turned to draw the ginger ale
I dont know Ginger ale sometimes
makes my head ache Spose we take
chocolate soda Minf
All right dear That will be nice
Then they chattered like young magpies
Is there a black spot on my face Lil
Xo Min You look lovely but I know
Im looking a fright
You sweet thing you never looked bet
ter in your life That one spot veil is so
becoming
But you manage yonrspot so much bet
ter Mine gets in my eye
Heres our chocolate Now put tip
your purse This is my treat
Well if you wont let me but I really
ought etc etc
There is a gurgling silence and another
dime has been souandered Detroit Free
Press
A SAD ACCIDENT
An Avikwird Waiter Spills a Bowl of Hot Soup on a
Young Man
A young man went iiitoarMjHfpHF
dinner and one ofliujHTrpassing
spilled ahigg0mm but fortu
natelxtjjBnTrwas not burned though his
iPBflmng suit was ruined However ho
Tiad heard of Gaston Bros steaming
house 0S Main street and concluded to
give them a trial and now he is a happy
man with no sign of soup on his clothes
A Cuod Substitute
You aw have no Amerwlcart peer
wage Miss Harrows said Lord Xoodleby
and of course aw you nevah experwi
ence the pleasuah of looking youahself up
In a volume like Burke
Ob yes we do Lord Xoodleby We
nave the city directory you know-
ilarper s iiazar
s uj
i The WeeklyGizEMHjigpWestadver
1 tiseaient fgrJMppiWTlSTi
TRUE LOVE CONQUERS
A COURTSHIP EPISODE OF THE
GOLD FEVER OF 1856
Experience of a lteautiful Phila
delphia Girl Her Devoted Lover Goes
West to Seek His Fortune
Minna Stauffer was as pretty a girl as
ever left the quaint little Dutch town of
Strasburg overlooking the beautiful Pe
quea valley and she was literally seeking
hex fortune in Philadelphia Brought up
in a farmers family she became weary of
the commonplace and monotonous labors
of the household Moreover she knew
that she was beautiful and had an idea of
admirers more pleasing and refined than
the stalwart young farmers who told their
love in a dialect almost as euphonious as
the jargon of the digger Indians So
Minna accepted the invitation of a married
sister living here and came to the city
This was not the day of the sewing ma
chine and girls were not compelled to
make shirts for a shilling apiece for a
smart seamstress could find lucrative em
ployment and Minna being skillful with
the needle soon got work with Miss Hawk
a fashionable shirtmaker on the east side
of Eighth street below Sansom
Although a bitter old maid and as ugly
as if she had been bespoken Mis3 Hawk
had a good heart and quickly became
fond of pretty employe who had no of
fensive vanity and did her work extremely
well but the old lady had her hands full
when Minnas beauty brought male ad
mirers who hovered around the door to
pay her compliments The most persistent
and sincere was a young Irishman named
Peter Kelley who was connected with one
of the city journals
UOTH TOOK BUT IN LOVE
At this time Mrs Margaret Tra villa kept
an excellent boarding house in Locust
street above Fourth and Miss Stauffer
went there to live
Living in the house was a young man
named Lilburn He was a law court re
porter for the preasand a bright fellow
but his career was handicapped by ill
health He was as delicate as a girl in ap
pearancea gentleman by birth but poor
He and Miss Minna became fast friends
He was a fine musician I and gave her les
sons on the piano while she nursed him
through an illness and they became lovers
At this time 1KJG the gold fever was
raging and Jason Lilburn determined to
tempt fortune by crossing the plains to the
1 Dorado in search of health and wealth
With some aid from friends he got to
gether sufficient means and consoling his
sweetheart with the hope that he would
return with enough to make their union a
happy one he started
After eight months danger and priva
tion be came in sight of Virginia City
The journey had restored him to health
and hLs letters made Minnas cheeks flush
with pleasure Like many men of fine
organization and slender physique Lilburn
had plenty of grit and he got employment
with the Wells Fargo Stage company
THE LOVER CHOWS RICH
For some time the coaches out of Carson
had been held up and robbed by one man
and several drivers murdered Lilburn
offered to make a trip as guard and armed
with a heavy double barreled shotgun took
his place on top About ten miles from
Carson at early dawn the coach was halt
ed by a tall masked man pistol in hand
Lilburn let go both barrels and saw the
man go down The frightened driver
whipped up his team and made the next
station at a gallop A party went back
and found in the road the body of a noto
rious ruffian named Brannan For his
taking or killiug a large reward had been
offered and Lilburn received 3000 from
the stage company for his mornings work
He had a friend named Folger a shrewd
hard headed Yankee who knew the Carson
City country well His advice was This
deestrict is full of silver Go in and win
There is Mike Dalton an honest little
Irishman who has a claim and there is no
better miner between this and Frisco He
has had partners before and they always
made money Mike is in porphyry rock
now but he will win if some one helps
him But hes out of money Go in with
him Lilburn offered Mike 2000 for half
his mine and unconsciously became a part
ner in the great Comstock vein Mike
worked through tho rock and struck a bo
nanza But the last blast fired brought
down a fall of rock and the poor little fel
low was brought out of the tunnel crushed
out of shape and dead He had no kin
dred and Lilburn became a rich man He
took out 30000 of silver and In a few
months sold out for 00000
Up to this time he had received Minnas
letters but here they stopped He wrote
and wrote but no reply came He waited
and wondered until one day a letter came
from a strange hand evidently a woman
The writer thought it her duty to inform
him that Miss Stauffer had accepted a rich
brewer named Gross and they had been
married
AS EKVIOrs WOMANS WOKK
Lilbnm set his teeth hard and passed a
sleepless night and then resigned himself
to the situation Poor girl She had her
living to make and was tired of waiting
and m loving consideration he justtliei
her and went into his work with renewi
energy The facts were these Among
Miss Hawks girls was a cripple who
hated Minna Stauffer malevolently She
slept in the store and saw the postman
first in the morning Minnas letters were
intercepted and at the proper time Lil
burn received tho epistle that crushed out
his hopes
In the meantime Minnas cheeks grew
pale and many silent tears were sued
Peter Kelley had become a favorite with
iiins Hawk and one day f righteued her by
declaring that he was going to the gold
mines himself and if he met his old news
paper associate Lilburn would oblither
ate him for bis trayson to the swoastest
craychure in America Peter Kelley did
eventually meet Lilburn and with char
acteristic vehemence told his story Lil
burn produced his letter and Peter asked
Gross Whos Gross There aint no
such man Some venomous owld cat has
written that letter and Id like to break
her neck
Inside of two days Lilburn was a passen
ger on the Overland and one fine day in
April 1S59 a gentleman stalwart and sun
browned with a broad brimmed hat on
his head stepped into Miss Hawks place
on Eighth street My name Is Lilburn
and I wish to see Miss Stauffer he said
The little woman dropped her scissors
Ohthe good Lord is it possibleshe said
Minna came out pais as a calla Illy It would
take a column to describe what followed
Miss Hawk ordered the sjiutters to be put
up and gave all the girls a holiday ihe
letter was produced the handwriting iden
tified and despite Minnas intercession the
wretched woman who had done the mis
chief was told to go and never show her
face again
Two weeks after Lilburn and his sweet
heart were married ia the Lutheran church
and left for San Francisco Philadelphia
Times
Was a Confederate Soldier
Special to the Gazette
Sax Antonio Tex May 17 CoL Mor
rison who murdered his wife and commit
ted suicide here to day was a native of
ia ana servea in the con-
rrate army with distimruished cal-
lantry While in the enjoyment of
an excellent practice since the beginning
his profession in Texas he has been al
f
4fiifcs i 4ik
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THE erAZETTE Ff WORTH TEXAS MONDAY MAY IP
ways a free liver was of a generous
temper and it is not thought that his
daughters will inherit a large property
They are of course prostrated by the shock
but are surrounded by sympathizing
friends It is probable that the courts will
adjourn to morrow out of respect to his
memory A
TARRANT COUNTYS CHANCE
Other Counties Aranging for the Fort Sill
Colony to Locate Preparatory to
Moving The Seltzer Wells
Headquarters Texas Oklahoma Union i
Seltseii Wells Tarrant County -
Tex May 10 1S3L
To the Gazette
Arrangements are being made in Wichita
Wilbarger and perhaps Greer counties for
settlers to locate preparatory to the move
on Fort Silk As most of them will pass
through the big pastures north of Fort
Worth the land owners there will have a
chance to iuduce them to stop in
Tarrant county if they will We
were offered a location for a town
siteon the borders of the Indian Territory
where every member of our union should
have a town lot free with tho further as
surance that our people can rent land in
the vicinity to raise a crop The location is
nine miles from the Denver railroad on
Red river Propositions are offered at
railroad towns that they say will beat the
inland town site Our work is confined to se
curing contracts for our crowd on the Texas
side homes in town as cheap as they can
in the Fort Sill country then to get them
land to rent That leaves no room for hard
ships or enforced idleness and a guarantee
of one years supplies to support them the
first year on their Fort Sill homesteads
that with cheap railroad rates is our work
for each member
In answer to all offers to sell land to our
crowd wo have answered Cheap homes
in town with land to rent is our hmit Each
man can buy to suit himself
While no contracts are closed yet it is
safe to say now that every member cau foel
sure tho above arrangements will be made
Comparing them with your present situa
tion will settle the question Will it pay to
go this fall What can you raise From
twenty to thirty bushels of wheat to the
acre This office received a paper from
Greer county this week stating it is esti
mated there will be near 2000000 bushels
of wheat raised in Greer county
this year that there arc thirty four school
houses and fourteen postoffices in Greer
mid yet in 1SS7 the land sharks and cattle
men swore the man ought to be hung that
got up such a boom misleading poor far
mers It is true we lived poor and the little
dugout was our mansion it is true that the
cowmen done their best to aggravate the
situation but the settlor is like Johnson
grass he will flourish under difficulties if
planted on good soil
What attracted him to Greer Free
homes
Did it hurt Texas towns Look at Ver
non and Quanah
Did it hurt the price or improvement of
their town lots
Did it hurt Fort Worth
Are not the prosperous settters the foun
dations of prosperous town
Why do we note this To lay aside prej
udice ami bring to our support now the
the fanner that will prosper most bv set
tling 10000 families nearer to Fort Worth
than the nearest point of Greer county
Will we have opposition
Dont doubt It for a minute and to warn
our members of that opposition and render
it powerless is our object in this note
We will answer their statements in ad
vance judging the future by the past Xo
member is responsible for anyones acts
but his own Ho cannot therefore get into
trouble except by his own actions Your
manager is not nor never was under con
trol of railroads neither did he ever get
1 cent in money from tho Denver railroad
or ever expects to However that is the
only lie told on us that we regretted was
not true Yet the Denver has treated us
nobly in cheap rates and accommodations
without which we would have failed in
places where we did not Wo like the
Denver but dont get pay from the road
This note is addressed to the new mem
bers who want homes with us Our next
will be directed to the Fort Sill move Both
should be kept and read together
r S Works General Manager
Seltzer Wells Tarrant Coenty Tex i
May IS 1891 f
Editor Gazette
Crops are looking fine There will be a
great deal of fruit raised here In spite of
the frosts
Capt J P Moore after spending over
1000 on his artesian well has now plenty
of water He will soon build a fine resi
dence and barn We need only a few more
such men to make this locality blossom
like tho rose Capt Moore is also planting
an immense orchard
Another first class man is negotiating for
a controlling interest in the seltser wells
who has both money and ability to make it
what it should be
Steps are being taken to secure a first
class wagon road to Fort Worth Every
farmer in East Tarrant should work for it
Every liveryman in Fort Worth
should work for it Every mer
chant in Fort Worth needs it
Even county commissioners should vote for
it The right-of-way will be largely or
fully donated to the county also a large
amount of work is offered in order to get
at once the best road in tho county to Fort
Worth
A number of Fort Worth and Dallas f am
iles are arranging to visit these well this
summer and suburban homo seekers should
keep an eye on this locality
Under new management and setti
linest table injiexalij0pBiHPJTOTa
the headiiuaMMVrommercial men and
who visit our city
Age of the Ohio
An examination of the geological struc
ture of the country through which the
Ohio flows shows none but the extreme
end of the valley to be of later age than
the carboniferous Portions are indeed
far olderr but the area covered by these
though perhaps extensive enough to allow
the development of some system of drain
age was never large enough to develop a
stream of any great size Xone of the
tributaries of the river either from the
north or the south flows through regions
more recent than the carboniferous with
the exception of the lower parts of the
Ohio itself and of the Tennessee which
border on the quaternary The lowest
formation in the valley is the Cincinnati
which is just touched at a single point and
only for a short distance about twenty
miles above the city
It may be stated then that since the
close of carboniferous time the river has
flowed mainly in the same channel The
vast antiquity of the river in thus easily
established and the existence of the wide
valley with its broad bottom lands is
readily accounted for The story of tho
river during the long period of preglacial
time would be simple For ages its waters
were probably poured directly into the
Gulf of Mexico an arm of which extended
northward into the continent at least as
far as the present site of Cairo Ills In
later time the Mississippi Missouri began
the formation of a delta which gradually
extending has left the Ohio a tributary
merely of the mighty Father of Waters
Joseph F James in Popular Science
Monthlr
On Wednesday Hay 20
the Spiral Sprintoluggy company corner
Main and Fifteenth stis will sell at
auction all their Jpes surreys and
ptuetons This wULjKthe last chance to
get any of these veapesLless than cost
owisyourtimeHSget ast class car
riage cheap Have expressdouble and
single harness- All must go at auction
10 a in and 3 p m
ftA YTTnA A wwnaiAVB In 4li a mm
ilia ttccu uaai nprvr i
POSTS ABANDONED
Two Important Posts in tlteTeias Depart
ment Wiped Out A Large Ono to
be Located at Easte Pas i
Special to the Gazette
San Antonio Tex May 17 The sud
den ordering away of the Fifth infantry
from Texas with no regiment to
replace it will hasten the closing
of two important posts in this
department Fort Davis Tex will
be abandoned this week It stood on leased
ground but the government will lose tho
improvements amounting to 30000 Fort
Hancock Tex which was to have been
continued until the new Fort Bliss at El
Paso was completed will be closed in a
short time as its location is so isolated from
civilization that property will be
of value -to no one Its abandonment
will cause a loss of over sixty
thousand dollars Secretary Proctor re
cently visited these two points on his tour
and decided to wipe them out in accordance
with his policy of concentrating troops in a
few large barracks He has just sent or
ders to Gen Stanley to purchase a tract of
land at Eagle Pass for a large post and for
which John Twohig a banker at San An
tonio will receive 2000O
PLAYING STREET CARS IN SCHOOL
A Boston School Teachers Clever Method
of Inculcating Politeness
There is one woman in Boston who is de
termined that her sex shall not debar her
from putting a heavy mark on the next
generation She is a school teacher and
one of the few who do not undervalue
their position and its influence She has
suffered a deal in her time for the bad
manners prevalent in public places and
every year she has about fifty boys and
girls between the ages of 7 and 9 in her
power between five and six hours five days
out of seven and she thinks that it will go
hard if she docs not do something toward
inculcating manners into them and at
the same time hitting the parents a side
slap which may not be without its result
This is one of her methods Once a week
half an afternoon is given to recreation
and she invents games for the amusement
and instruction of her class so that while
they think they are playing they are really
learning something One of these games
the one iu fact which the youngsters eng
joy most is called street car The cen
tral aisle of the class room with its row of
seats on either side becomes the electric
car
A boy is chosen for the motor man This
post is given to a boy wlio has been very
good for the week and in a simple way
the teacher makes the class understand
how the electricity runs the car Another
boy is the conductor and they have paper
checks for fares The other children are
all passengers They are supposed to be
business men returning home to dinner
and it is impressed upon them that they
are very tired and very anxious to read
their papers and women who have been
shopping or to the matinee
One by one tho children sgnal the car
and the conductor rings his bell the motor
man turns his crank the passenger enters
walks down tho aisle and takes a seat Fi
nally all seats are taken nnd to point the
play the better most of the boys enter first
and take the chairs Then the girls board
the improvised car The boys being im
pressed that they are very tired politely
rise one by one and civilly offer the girls
the seats until every one is up but one boy
who is known in the game as the pig
Then the teacher enters She plays her
own part and the children are supposed to
be her old pupils who are glad to see her
and all tha girls even aro anxiousthat she
should take their scats and still tho pig
glanced at with surprise by all the chil
dren sticks to his seat Xow this game
is very popular with the class but no one
enjoys being the pig
The teacher says that she already notes
the great improvement which her pupils
show in manners They are most anx
ious to do civil things for one another
and remarks the teacher do you not
think that they tell this story at home
Do you not think that the pig gets shown
up by those little ones in his true colors
I do not know if the papas and older broth
ers are shamed by it but I am sure that I
hope the are and I mean them to bo
Boston Home Journal
STOCK TRAIN DERAILED
Three Cars and the Enine Go Off the
Track Killing Sixteen Head
of Cattle
Special to the Gazette
Tyler Tex May 17 Last night about
10 oclock an extra stock train on the St
Louis and Southwestern was wrecked
near Chandler at Duncans Spur
eleven miles north of Tyler ditching
three cars and the engine killing sixteen
head of cattle Xo one was hurt The
wreck was caused by someone throwing
the switch at the siding The amount of
damage done the cars and engine can not
be learned but it is believed to be compara
tively light
TROUBLE LOOKED FOR
Uetween Nejtro and Wlite Miners In Wash
ington
Seattle WAsn May 17 At 1 oclock
this morning 400 negro miners with their
families arrived at Stono siding a small
station on the Xorthern Pacific about fifty
miles from here Tho negroes will be
marched immediately to the coal mines of
the Oregon improvement company at
Franklin They were secured in Hannibal
it is said by T B Corry of the Oregon im
provement companys mines and brought
here to take the place of the white miners
with whom the company has been having
trouble At Franklin there is intense ex
citement and it is thought that serious
trouble may result A force of Pinkertons
will accompany the negroes from the rail
road to the miues
THE CZAROW1TCH AFFAIR
Particulars or the Encounter and How It
Came About A Xew Volcano In
Armenia Great Destruction
Paeis May 17 The French embassy at
Tokio has telegraphed official details upon
the czarowitch affair From these it ap
pears that the czarowitchs assail
ant was a policeman named
Thunda who had been eight
years in the service The czarowitch and
his suite were leaving Ostsum Jinrikshas
having just visited the Budhist temple
Both the czarowitch and Prince George
went to the shrines with their boots on and
Chief Benze on their resisting complained
to the Japanese guards about this offense
against the national religion The
princes were entering the Jinrikshas
when Thunda who was standing
guard dealt the czarowitch a blow with
his sword Prince George returned tho
blow with his stick and threw Thunda
several feet The policeman rose and made
another rush at the czarowitch Japanese
closed tho front of the cairiage and another
Japanese wrested the sword from Thunda
and cut him down inflicting severe wounds
Chief Benze with several guards arrested
the man
Tho czarowitchs wound has already
healed
The Dix Xuevine Siecle states that com
mercial advices have been received at Mar
seilles from Trebsonde to the effect that a
ew volcano has appeared in Armenia at
the summit of Mount Ximrod in the district
of Van vomiting forth flames and lavs
Villages at tho base of the mountain have
been destroyed and man persons are said
to have been killed or injured
The fugitives ro camping outside the
rango of destruction They are almost eng j
tirely destitute and the greatest misery pre
vails among them
Tha Tarkish government has taken meas
ures to aid th3 sufferers
Although the chamber of deputies has de
bated the tariff for a fortnight the measure
practically has not advanced astep The
house is tired of the whole business before
really the business part of the discussion
on the articles of tariff has begun So much
time has been wasted that it will be impos
sible to deal with the details this session if
they are rushed through in which event the
government bill will be preferred to in
creased tariffs proposed by tha committee
in spite of the appeals of free traders
The reduction of the government proposal
is out of question
Snowstorms prevailed to day at Belfort
and the Xaney mountains are covered with
snow
The Republiquc Francaisc has a warlike
article on England and Egypt It contends
that the French government ought to resent
English preparations to destroy what is
left of French influence in Egypt and says
that the chamber of deputies and country
are willing to grant whatever may be nec
essary to vindicate the honorof France
A FIGHT EXPECTED
The Captain of the Charleston Says the
Presence or the Esmeralda Will Cut
So Fignro If the Itata Appears
San Francisco Cal May 17 The
Chronicle has received a dispatch from
Acapulco from a naval officer on board the
Charleston The dispatch is dated Satur
day and says in part The Charleston
arrived here early this morning passing
close to the Esmeralda as she entered
the harbor tho Charleston anchoring
and clearing ship for action to be ready for
emergencies Later in the dav a formal
interview took place between Capt Remy
of the Charleston and the captain of the
Esmeralda the latter stating that the
Charleston should never take the Itata un
til the Esmeralda was sunk Tho captain
replied I have orders to take the Itata
the fact that the Esmeralda is present will
make no difference whatever
A fight is expected if the Itata appears
FINE WHEAT
One Sample rrom Hall County and Olio
from Tarrant County
A citizen of Hall county Charles Sloan
living near Xewlin sends The Ga
zette a samnle of wheat taken
from his field which shows what
an immense crop will bo raised It is
a bunch of stubble grown from erne grain
A careful count shows 130 sprouts or live
straws from the ono grain If this wheat
is sown too closo there will nat
urally be some loss for all of it
could not mature Air Sloan
promises to send two of the heads of wheat
in time so the amount of grain raised can
be told Hall county will be one of tho
great wheat counties of Texas By Aueust
the farmers in that county will have plenty
of money
The second sample of wheat comes from
S Moore on Marys creek seventeen
miles west of Fort Worth aud is a fail
sample from seventy five acres in that sec
tion It will make from twenty to thirty
live bushels per acre and the other crops in
the neighborhood will do as well The mills
will have all they can do this year
LOCALETTES
The Fort Worth security and construc
tion company receivership will be decided
by Judge Beckham to day
The Chamber of Commerce will enter
tain the members of the Order of Railway
Conductors who will be here on the 22ud
instant
The street car companies report that
they carried nearly six thousand people to
tho suburbs yesterday This shows the do
demand for a park
The banns of matrimony between Louis
Duffy of Dallas and Miss Maud Peters of
Fort Worth were published in StAndrcws
church yesterday
All the churches were well filled yester
day There was an especially large con
gregation at Dr Floyds church the First
Methodist to hear Rev J D Adkisson
preach
All the delegates to the state firemens
association at Houston have returned ex
cept Stuart Harrison who has gono to Gal
veston Chief Adams and II R Early say
the convention did a large amount of work
A boy fourteen years old Charlie Em
mons the son of J C Emmons fell from a
tree on the Clear Fork near tho old toll
bridge yesterday and fractured his left
forearm The little fellow bore the pain
like a veteran even attempting to set the
bone himself
A negro named Upshaw who is the por
ter at the Y M C A rooms was caught in
flacante delictu last night about 1 0 oclock
with the wife of a negro named Jackson
and given a good beating He was arrested
as was Jackson Officer Eckert says the
Y M C A officials can get the keys of tho
room from him They were found on Up
shaw
MITCHELL WON IT
tjfita Ni
Lost a ladys goMaMMM7dc
queen cliainajjipP5niI M on
backjjMlHRoTltir return to the Ga
gaPse
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The Four Day Pedestrian Coutest at
Austin Ended Chi Second
Special to the Gazette
Austin Tex May 17 The four days
walking match resulted to night in Mitchell
winning the first prize STiOO Tho second
prize 250 is won by Uhl and tho third
100 by Stono There was a large attend
ance Mitchell covered 170 miles and 1 lap
Disemboweled a Woman
Special to the Gazette
Ttler Tex May 17 This morning
about 2 oclock Gertrude Bailey a negro
woman of low repute was cut and
completely disemboweled by Jim Lewis
a former lover It seems that ho
called on her early this morning
and attempted to get in The woman came to
the door and refused him admission when
he stabbed her in the abdomen cutting a
gash about twelve inches long She is not
expected to live Tho cutter was arrested
and promptly landed in the county jail
1VU1 Visit San Antonio To Day
Special to the Gazette
San Antonio Tex May 17 Tho offi
cials of the Worlds fair commission will
visit San Antonio to morrow and address
the people to morrow nisht They will bo
met by members of thV Board of Trade
the Commercial Exchange and prominent
local capitalists Every effort will be made
to secure a fund to exhibit thi3 section
Blaines Gout Improving
Xew Yore May 17 Secretary Blaine is
improving Tho gout is less troublesome
and his general condition is such as to give
rise to hopes of his leaving tho city this
week He left his bed in the afternoon and
reclined on a lounge reading papers Dr
Dennis attending physician did not -visit
him at all during the day Mrs Damrosch
looked very cheerful and satisfied as she
spoke of Blaines condition
A SOO000 Blaze at 3Iemphls
Memphis Tenn May 17 The stock of
VanYleit Co wholesale druggists at
331 Main street was damaged to the ex
tent or 56001X1 by lire to mgnt insurance
not known
IKKHtf
I SubscribefoslMHpiRBETTS 1
Hoods SarsapariUa
ft a peculiar medicine It It caret al
from Sarsapaiilla Dandelion
Pijisisseira Juniper Berries aad ohi
knoirn and valuable vcsetablo reaV G
peculiar combination proportion m
jiTing to Hoods SarsapsrUla curtate nnl1
possessed by other medicines Ite2cti
able enrej whers other preparations lii5
Hoods SsrsapatUia
Is the beltood purifier
eradicates evlc Impurity aHej jiS
Salt Rheum B9uPimjWaii iLaaV
yepjiA BIliousncssTVhJdpKd tf Isi J1
General Debility CaJPMiettnitha V
and Liver CompabjpPoTcrc7lfciij
ins creates anatiteandbniljtl
Hoodp SaisapaHiia21
Jlas met pecJVir and UDparaHt -a ti
home Such has become its t V
Jliii ituere It Is made tha nlios v
hoods are takinp it at tho same 8l
drngclsts aell more cJ Hoods sJt pa s vj
of all other sarsapsrillas ir I p
SoMbydnuslstf SlsixforJi frercrtjp
C I UOfiD A CO LoiKn
iOO Doses One DoPat
JPUHrfllS
PERSONAL
B Eldridgo of Brenhatii -
1 L Wagner of Tern Ha - vr
in the city yesterday
M R 1 Toxic of Taylor a
Hoxie is in the city
Gus Ackerman of i
He reports great prospect -
Col Walter Grcsham m
ton were in the city yost i
the Eilis
A O Vittcrof Mihvj
well known in commer
in Fort Worth
Miss Ella Bell of Grahar
this city the guest of I
u
the South Side
B G Uidwcll of W
known in Parker and Tar
Worth yesterday
A G Newman of
making a tour of the sta It -
terday in Fort Worth
L W Christian ono of
oldest and well known m 1 a
Fort Worth yesterday
Mr and Mrs Georg W n
Joe Mo are in Fort Wur i i 0
stopping as the Pickwu k
F M Marple r y
Tribune who was for soy r jr
zen of Fort Worth spi ir - r
city He says Quanah ti n
the Panhandle
Mrs May Bcebo and v
daughter Ellie left last nnrir i u
where they will make tm
Mrs Beelio has resided m V
quite a while and her uianx I re
her departure and wish In- i v a i
trip On her way north w - - -brother
and sister in St Inus
Worlev Lake Uonli y t ntiniy
Woiii EY Lake Tlx u nt
Editor Gazette
Worley f jke is a regular s x l0i -ii
line of the Fort Worth anu D rj vu
formerly called Leiler in the i i vr
Donley county or AVrl riki he
head of Lake creek upon uhati aie gc v
ing groves of cotton wood nd other tr
and affording shade to the tishertaaa wt
can at the proper season get l - iricp ct
fish from both the lake and err
In tho early settlement of b
fore the advent of the fanner ric
was a welcome sight to the irave x t r
was found the first good water n f h -river
the lake being alwajs tillfu v u p
spring water that never went Ur jsJo
the broad meadows that sun minded
stockmen were sure oi - - P
of good hay every year
Tho lauds around 1ipt rcnipro arge
pastures owned by forrism and Eastern
syndicates and have not ben for sac snU
lately They are now being ua It
small tracts and put on the ma rite rT saf
to the farmer and actna1 sutler o a
the man with the hoe will take he plac
of the cowboy In addition tlinre
fivo to ten miles of here pientv of vacant
school land so that there ewrs induce
ment offered to tho farmer of idtrats
means
Tho owners of the proper i hi - -laid
out a town site hero and Wil docits
the ground for a postofhci aiu ci aerj
store a blacksmith shop and
The commissioners court t ip u
the territory surrounding tins as i spi i
school district and will lie i -house
erected shortly tmis fiiarr
teeing education for the dr
The best of water can be obtained li re t
an average depth of thirty fpiT rJ r
townsite owners aro digging a free wea for
the use of the public As wo re at u
head of a creek that runs easu n intotte
Salt Fork we aro at one of fi w K
where a railway can approach u f Jni
east and thus create a junction town
It ever Fails
A drayman had backed up to a war
louse on Beekman street to delner a
leavv box and the process of unloading
halted eight or ten pedestrians Iwtn
soon along came a rusty old man wit u a
very large cane and a very stormleaten
plus hat
What What A balky horse eb he
chattered to himself as he took in the sit
uation No one answered him and to
asked of a bystander
Have the expedients been re orll to
Dunno
Looks like an obstinate bre bat I
have a remedy Always worts i ji q otLer
artificcs have been tried in va n I - jpf
there will be no objection to m trvmg i
Dunno
Well Ill take it upon my elf to start
Jhis beast You see how eisil it is don
He stepped to the horse head paiw
bis left ear down and blew ia it ta
great Tho amazed cor
gave his head a swing and the crowd saw
the rusty old man go head over is M
the gutter while his hat flew one way
his cane the other
What in blazes are you up to
wayl shouted the drayman as he let f3
of the box and ran to the horse to id
him
Never fails never knew it to fail la Cj
life replied the old man as he scramh ei
up and grabbed for hl3 hat
Everybody began laughing and as M
rescued his cane from the wheels of a pa
ing car the man with a remedy turau aad
explained
w
Left ear Ls the one Always pail -
left ear down and go and you r
got him Morning gentlemen the le
ax remember New York San
Horse of Another Color
Daughter Mamma Mr Back propostd
to me last night
Mother Did you accept him
Yes mamma
Has he any money daughter
Only 1800 a year mamma
You must get rid of him That U do
money at all
But he is a city official
Thats a different thing entirely
will bo very rich within a few 1
sist on the marriage coming oZ ne
week Texas Sittings
Children not yet full grown and inhib
who are convalescing favorably fr0iufrli
exhausting illres should hare a
diet in milk isss fruit vegetables as
such a digestible meat as muttea
high game-

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