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Fort Worth gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1891-1898, June 01, 1891, Image 1

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Successor to the B C Evans Company
A LONGNEEDED WANT
A jivciatcjl and sustained by an intelligent and generous public of
Fort Worth and the West
le ures
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faciurers of ICE Mine Agents for COAL g
FORT WORTH iCE CO Fort Worth Tex
fi2 p s GEO E E0WHAH SecJKO FMO0RE VKfe e iEIifri
THE MOORE J f WORKS CO
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orlfWortli Texas
XSMi nstreei Works threequarters or a dUevrest ot city limits oa Texas and
Pacilio HaUroai
louse Fronts Kailisg Ventilators Sash Weights Artesian Well Drilling Ma
Diul liars Kope Sockets Jars Fishing Tools Engine and Car Castings
tigiuca lioilers Pumps Etc and do a general Foundry and Machine
cc siauies given oa all kinds of tnacfcluerf Architectural Iron work or all klsdja
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FOKT WOETH TEXAS MONDAY JUNE 1 13131
TO FLOW TO 01STOIS Al IT SHALL MEB CEASI
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HI i T htutivt aaiiy new ana stylish novelties in every depart
waj H ment
Wtl HAVE demoralized high prices for fine goods
UP v 1 CARRY all grades of goods from the cheapest to the finest
B JLJ CAN SUIT the poor the medium and the rich public
With low prices for the best quality new and stylish goods
mil PRICES COME DOWNWITH A CRASH
Bii
ENTS
jawns or in yards for 10 cent
fK for 2 r cents Tiie Lawn and Challie
ALE < N MONDAY IT KSDAY aVd WEDNESDAY ONLY
Great Carpet Remnant Sale
ikIs twoply all wool worth 71cLot 4 190 yards threeply line quality at 58c
i Hie jLot 1 78 07c
arils twoply all wool worth i 5cLot 0 28 G4c
id at Uc j
ailsthreeply all wool worth Slj The above are just worth double
c i Thev are all nice colors and the best
iiiants are irom 10 to 2y yardsjj
I all wool carpets quality
i < > ock sold at special low prices Hemember we keep everything in the Dry
< Shoes Clothing Gents and House Furnishing Goods from the cheapest
riid we can save you from 20 to 0 per cent on all your purchases We guar
Kicp the finest and best selected stock that has ever been shown by any house
I 1 J QU Q rk TUo klf > nA In these departments vou can save
tuning and anoe oaie inis weekl froin3oio4o per cent
KADQMSTERS m MrLLINERYWe
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iy or who can compare wilh our styles assortment or low prices
Wholesale Millinerv house in the South
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THK OVNTfll OF TIIE FOKT WORTH
We are
Successor to the B C Evans Dry Goods Company
t ti r 0d Stand First Houston and Main Sts Fort Worth Tex
iEOD HOTEL
Main Street Dallas lexas
Everything new Finest table best furnished
house la Texas J > o hotel In the state Is as ab
solutely free from danger of fire
HODGE WHEELOCK Props
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A DAY AT DALLAS
A G Evans Killed Sunday
Morning by a Katy Engine
END OF A SIGHTSEEING TOUR
Under Arrest For Failing to Property Liquidate
a Board Bill
Tiro ISrokcn Kit from a Catcha Catrli
Can Contest An Unfortunate Switch
man IokC > 4 a Ioot Saturday
> ijhts Murder
A T4TAL SLEEP
Special to the Gazette
Dtins Tel May 31 A G Kvans a
salesman for the Deering harvesters was
killed here aboutJ > 0 oclock am by an
icominc Missouri Kansas and Texas work
train Evans rnd three or four friends
were out sight seeing last night In
some way Evans got separaud from his
i coinuauions ami it appears wandered down
I the Missouri Kansas and Texas railway
track The accident hap > ened onthe curve
at the side of the gas works The engineer
on the work trin engine saw a man on the
track hut too lcte to keep from hitting him
Evans when seen was lying on the track
between two small piles of cinders his
head resting on one of the rails The en
gine struck hiu and death was instantane
ous The man head was terriblymangled
while his left arm was torn to shreds De
ceased was a single man twentysix years
old and was from Shelbyville Tcnn He
has relatives in this city It is expected
that his remains will be shipped to Tennes
see for burial Evans companions of last
night knew nothing of his death until a late
hour this forenoon
AIIKGE1I CKOOKFDXESS
On the night of the isth a man regis
tered at the McLeod hotel and was asigned
to room 120 East night ho was asked by
the hotel people for his board The guesi
said that he had no money but that he had
a telegram authorising him to draw on a
harleston bank for V > 0 He gave the hotel
the 7 draft They wished the telegram
authorizing lle transaction to go with the
draft This he said was in his room and
went to fetch it After tpuite a length of
time he returned stating that he could not
liud the telegram He was asked to goto
the telograph ofticeand get a duplicate The
guest left the hotel and after a while re
turned with what was purported to be a
duplicate of ihe authority to draw tho
draft This the hotel proprietor took but
thinking nil was not right sent to the tele
graph office to find out about the matter
Here it was learned that the original or
duplicate neither had been issued at that
office Detective Kirby was notified and
the man placed tinder arrest Hie man
claims to be from South Carolina and a
lawyer by profession
two i ms nnoKrx
The catehrsoatcheau wrestling match
nere today between Eoe and Turner re
sulted disastrously for the former Only
two falls were had when it was announced
that Lee had two broken ribs Many
thought the match a fake but an attending
physician stated positively that Lees inju
ries were genuine The match was
awarded Turner with a purse of 250
foot err orr
George Marshal a hostler in the Mis
souri Kansas and Te as yards had the
nisfortuno to have one of his feet cut off
at an early hour this morning by a switch
eugine Marshal ran ahead of the engine
for the puriwse of throwing a switch when
he fell with his foot across the track The
approaching engine was too near to stop in
time to prevent the accident The injured
man was taken to a house near by where
all the assistance possible was given him
It is understood that he is in a very critical
condition
SATCTDAT XICHTS MURDER
The murder which tool place last night
near the fair grounds and which was men
tioned in this morniugs Gazutte was
caused by the negroes falling out over a
game of craps The dead mans name is
Xoah Hichardson and his slayer was Tom
Morgan A number of negroes were in a
vacant house adjoining the one where the
dance was in progress nheii a dispute arose
which lead to Morgan plunging a dirk into
Noahs breast near the heart Morgan is a
tough man having some time ago shot and
wounded another negro over some trivial
affair
IN THE SWIM
A Toot rtrklge Goes Down nnil Two Hun
dred People Dmnpptl ume eri
ou lv Injured
BinriFori Pa May SI At the conclu
sion of the BradfordMeadville brf11 game
the wocden foot bridge across the Tuna
creek adjoining the association park gave
way under the crush of people precipitat
ing 200 men and boys into the creek Six
persons were quite seriously injured and a
great many others received dicht hurts and
a severe sinking up Following is the list
of those most seriously injured 1 K John
son commercial traveler Cleveland rib
broken and injured about head Mike My
ers colored Bradford hurt about the head
and internally injured K Manoy Brad
ford right arm injured Mike Dougherty
hip crushed James Granger right leg
broken badly injured in the right side
AVilliam Corey Kendall Pi nose and
spinal column injured Al Moorer leg
crushed and injured about the body J J
Sullivan ear cut off and foot crushed Patsy
McCarthy head injured
Others escaped with a ducking and a had
shaking up
KILLED WHILE HUNTING
A Sun Autouto Merchant Killrd br the Ac
cidental UiMharge of 11 Gun
Special to the Gazette
San Asroxio Tex May 51 Todav at
1 oclock A Deseve a merchant was hunt
ing five miles from town Ho had a com
panion named William Lilly They came to
a wire fence and Lilly crawled through
He heard the report ot a gun and looking
saw Dseve standing with his hand to his
side He said 1 am shot and fell dead
There was a hole one inch in diameter iu
the right breast The unfortunate man had
gone through the fence grasped tne eun by
the muzzle and pulled it toward him He
leaves a famih
Milt riled for Damage
Special to the Gazette
Paws Tex May HI Harrison P Sims
yesterday filed suit agaiust the Paris and
Great A oilhem railway Frisco line for
000 damages for killing his mother She
was the colored woman who was killed in
recrossing the track iu front of a trahi to
keep her grandchild from being killed
Decoration Day at Vl Vaso
El P4so Tex May 31 Decoration day
was fully observed here esterda > Special
trains carried the participants to the cem
etery at Fort Bliss and Concordia where
all the graves were decorated The
memorial services were concluded last
night with appropriate addiesses and
music
We Are Now Offering For Sale
ONE CARLOAD OF OUR NEW
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frjjtfK jdOTB ia
Everyone CjjJnfemplaTiiig the purchase oi a refrig
erator shouldsee imrs before buvhiff We can pell
yoilii jgo od one and it will not cost you much
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CORNER THIRD and HOUSTON STREETS
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FORT WORTH GAZETTE
MISINTERPRETED
The Action of Russia Toward
the Jews Magnified
LAWS KNOWINGLY VIOLATED
The Were Warned Months Ago Not to Venture
Outside the Jewish Pale
tletviali Tailors of Ka t Joiulou strike for
ISetter laj letter < liops auil Itetter
Hours A Vomiff luilv Valu
able Services Kpcosnietl
lews in RumU
Special to the Gaette
foXDOx May 31 An attache of the Kus
sian legation in this city in an interview
with a Gazette reporter yesterday said
The action of Russia in rcsuni to the lews
has been much misinterpreted Xo new
law whatever has b < en passed affecting
that race and of course no new law is being
enforced Jewish artisans and others be
loncinsr to the clases not specially ex
empted by the law knew thai they were
violating the law when thei took up their
residence outside the Jewish pale They
were warned months airo that they must
go hack to the pale Wiat is the pale In
extent it is larger than any Kuropean
country excepting Kussia There is amp
room there for ah the Jews The ivar has
not banished a single Jew Those who
chooseto leave liussia instead of going to
tiie pale have been iiermittcd to do so on
certain conditions one of which is the
PATMENTOF THIIR IiEHTs
or at least the satisfaction of their cred
itors The ilussian government has alo
exempted all such from the emigration tax
of one hundred roubles a favor not ex
tended to Russians in general Therefore
the statement that the car is banishing
thelewsisfalse T uej are being simpy
required to comply with a law as to resi
dence with which they have beer all
acquainted and which thev deliberately
violated Meantime the fugitives from
Russia continue to pour into IJeiiuany and
many of them are stranded in the cities
where they eagerly take anj work tha is
offered The relief committee in < ennany
has already found its resources more than
strained by the demands upon it and ad
ditional appeals have been made to ricl
Jews and others iu Vienna London and
Paris There is a proposition iu iermany
to settle large colonies of Jews on the
Downs of Kast Prussia which the govern
ment is engaged in reclaiming It is found
difficult to obtain German colonists for that
bleak region and if the Prussian author
ities consent thousands of Jews might get a
start in life there
THE 4EWISII TAILORS
of the Kast End of London began their
striki today for better wages comfortable
workshops and reasonable hours whicn
means an end of the sweating system They
had given tlie employers until Saturday to
come to a decision as to the demands and
no concession being offered the strike be
gan The employers are independent be
cause they believe that the places eun
readily be tilled irom the emigrants now
pouring into London The strike was
opened by an immense meeting at which
addresses were delivered in the Hebrew
language expressing the tirm determination
that the system of home work must cease
and decent workshops provided The sym
pathy of the public is decidedly with the
strikers
IN HECORXITIOV Or SERVICES
A subscription is being taken for Miss
Xellie Baskett the young woman whose
evidence served to bring apt Verney and
his fellowconspirator Madam Kouellier to
justice The young woman is dependent
entirely upon her own resources She could
have received thousands of pounds had she
consented not to appear against Verney
whoso family are very wealthy but tho
authorities found her a steadfast witness
The subscription already amounts to a
handsome sum
A Vls = iL OF THE QUEEX
It has been decided by the government
to give the two emissaries of the African
king Gugunhama an official reception uu
theground that their master is a vassal of
the queen a portion of his territory being
within British iulluence although the
greater part is in the Portuguese sphere
Before the British South Africa company
gets throueh with Portugal however it is
probable that the whole of Gugunhamas
domain will be British It is said that the
African king does not want to recognize the
Portuguese as rulers because he insists
on account of their dusky color that they
are
AFPICINS LIKE IHMSELr
and that it would be beneath his dignity
to submit to another African race There
fore he asks the great white queen to take
him under her protection The envoys at
tended church yesterday and wete much
impressed They will be takento tWe naval
exhibition on Monday and later on per
mitted to view the beefeaters at the
tower They do not seem at all surprised
as they had heard all about Englands
greatness before
Duties on t SOMtf
Rome May GL Wffie chamber of depu
HT
VOL XV NO 220
tics yesterday the minister of finance said
in speaking of the price of cereals that re
jiorts in regard to crops both at home and
abroad didnt Justify any modification of
duties on cereals The government con
tinued he was obtaining all information
neeessary to study the question and would
await results of t lie harvest before takinp
any action in tho matter
Finance Minister Dublun Ueail
Special to the Gazette
Citv or Mexico Mav SI Finance Min
ister M Dublan died last night at 1J o clock
at Tacubava Presidett Dial stated hs
death would make absolutely no change n
the liuancia i olicy of the government
Assistant Secretary Gamboa w l remain a
the head of the department for the pnsC
Dablans body was brought to this < > is
afternoon After being embalmed it win tie
laid out in the national palace The fimeal
will take place day after tomorrow
Dcrictl hy tJrosvrllor
Wastiinutox May U Gen Grosvenor
chairman of he recently appointed immi
gration commission telegraphed Swrewv
Koster fiom Deunisnu Ohio lliit he > e
portcd interview with him tt edncsdav last
criticising the demand of foreigners for th
use of their native language in this countr
and ixMntirg to Wisconsin as an illustra
tion is a gross misrepresentation Gen
< Jrosvenor declares nothing he said could be
construed as implying anj such sentiments
as sri forth in the alleged interview
t A > nlcili IandHiiso
Spwal t ihetti7ette
Sin Axtonih Trx May 1 Early this
morning at a Mexican fandango llerculano
Cruz and Pablo Ruiz both drunk began to
light Rub stabbed Crvz in the s ic mor
tally wounding him Ruiz is in u
CUT HIS THR0AT
A NVgro lliishniul i Murilcrcd by HU
A iips lMramoiir Tli Munlrrer Vr
rpstcilainl Ilaceil in tuil
Special to the fla7ette
S Antonio Tev May Hi William
Robinson an undersized mulatto emp ojed
in the west end suburb came home last
night at2 o clock ami found Albert Franfc
liu a negro bartender in tho room wuh his
wife Knbinsou said What are you do
ing here Franklin who Is an immensely
powerful man sprang from the bed with a
large pocket knife in his hand aud began to
slash He grasped the unfortunate hits
band bent his head hack and cut his throat
fiomearto ear completely severing the
windpipe He then made two deep cuts iu
ths dying mans side practically disem
bowcling him then took the body to the
International trac c and laid it on the rail
hoping that a train woutt mrngle it beyond
recognition When found by mounted
police a half hour later Franklin was un
concernedly standing at Post s store Ha
had a small knife wound supposed to ha
been inflicted by himself after tho tragedy
He was taken to the hospital and today
was in jail The woman tied hut was ar
rested today and charged as au accessory
SUICIDE OF A TAILOR
He Kmls His I > aj < on lartli with the Old
Krlinble Morphine
Special to the Garotte
BmniiiM Tix May O Geiselman
a journeyman tailor died here this eveuiug
about J o tlock from the effects of
an overdone of morphine supposed to have
boon taken with suicidal intent
The papers found on the decia ed show
that he was a member of the Journeymen
tailors association and to hate worked in
Houston and Galveston When fouud this
morning he was beyond recovery Ha
came here several days ago seeking work
and not finding any and being without
fundsare the reasons supposed for tha
rash act
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RUN AGAINST A SNAG
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Three 1ellows Kn Koute to Wliip a Negr
Meet a Ioutlet Miotgmi
FAitMErsWitc Li May 31 Iastnigh1
Jim Aults J M McGough and John Daw
son went to S L loyners place io whips
negro living there Mr Joyner hearing o
it started to the scene On his way he met
them and opened tire upon them with <
shotgun loaded with bird shot killini
young McGough instantly aud liddlinj
Aults with 17 bird shot The sheriff hai
gone to the scene of action
Probably latally shot
Special to the Gazette
Okaxoe Tex May 31 Last night John
Baliet a riyennau was going home and to
go by a near way crawled through a hole in
the fence In crawling through his pistol
dropiKd from his pocket and the hammer
striking a piece of wood the weapon was
discharged the ball striking the man a littl
to the left just below the ribs His recovery
is very doubtful xtf rr
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