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LOCAL TIME TABLE
TEXAS AND PACIPIG
Arrive eas > tuou > d Learr
No 2 daily T8r > am
6 06 p m No dally fi p ni
No fldaily SMa m
No Silaily 1up m
J02O am No lOdaily 1030a m
WESTJ10P > D
750 pm So 1 dally
30am No 3 daily 905 am
J030pm No 5 daily
1135 a m So 7 daily
a p m No 9 dally 433 p m
MISSOURI KANSAS AND TEXAS
Arrlve jiOKTireonsrD Leave
6 40 a m No 2 dally 70 a m
710 p m No 4 dally 7J0 p in
SOUTH BOUND
55p m No 1 daily 610pm
lHi m No 3 daily 9 OS a m
TRANSCONTINENTAL
Arrive ioirriiBocvD Leave
No 32daily a m
No 34dally 325am
bOUTlBOU > D
70T p m No31diIly
II 40 p in No 33dally
Texas and Pacific trains Nos 5and Conlvstop
ot Texarkana T C Junction Atlanta TeScr
fon Marshall Long lew Junction Uig bandy
MIneola Wills Point Tcrreli Last Dallas
Dallas and Fort Worth
TORT WORTH AND DENVER
TOUT WORTH AND RIO GRANDE
Arrive Leave
200 p in
TORT WORTH AND NEW ORLEANS
Armc Leave
No 4 mall 5 40p in
No 4S accommodaticr 915am
FCOa m No 4 mail
T i p m No 47 aciommodation
All the above trains from the Lmon Depot
CD LusK IickttAgent
ST LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN
Lea e
820 a m
WEATHERFORD MINERAL WELLS AND
NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY
The trains of this lino make direct connection
vih the Texas and Iacillc railway train Nos
B 1 Paidl0it Weatherford leaving Fort Worth
Ua Texas and Iantii railway and arrhlnj at
M n < ral Wtlsas follows
Air ii Leave
Jliyiam Fort Worth fT A P Ry 9 05am
Aprs Fort Worth T 1 Ky 435 pm
lis pin Mineral Wells 7 aa m
tXuin M nrral ells 3 Up m
TABLE OF DISTANCES
The following table shows the distances from
Fort Worth or home cf the important points in
fcs well as outside of Texas
MISSOURI KANSAS AND TEXAS
North
TEXAS AND PACIFIC
Dallas
Terrell
A ilK Point
Muieola
Iir sandy
Lunsvirw
Miles
Cameron 158
Caldwell 1H3
Hrenlum 220
Galveston 345
North
Wichita Kan
Kansas City
Dublin
Comanche
Miles
37b
RIO GRANDE
Miles
90
112
HOU8TON AND TEXAS CENTRAL
To Fi lit an linkmMMi
Botov M i4 June 9 Johnnv Griflin
tho Hrooklju featherweight lias received a
tcicgraiu from Jiminie Carroll informing
him lie has matched him to fight an un
known at the Olympic club Xew Orleans
Stl > teailierJi > for a f000 purse The un
known is supposed to be Jimmi Iarkins or
Joliuni Xdn Hess
Cheap Rates to the Northern and Eastern Summer Re
sorts
Tho Cotton Belt route now has on saltji
excursion tickets to all the ijroia lSS
sorts of the North JJiasi E rK 5ui1ieast
For fuUjnfQ3r lSffWgarding routes
t Xatotfj S 5rtlt the ticl
street
cket office 401 Main
Remember 111 going East the Cotton Belt
route has the only through siecpj
phis thus making buLogMirfffiftWCars to
all the proiajnffl oaWlintern points
Theyjdgo Sawt nfrect connections in depots
iaSrranciriiiig lines and sae you a disagree
able omnibus ride of two miles Ticket
office 401 Main street
Before purchasing your excursion ti
i our favorite summer re rfij e5
agent of the Cotton j dfei e3r5lain
ptree tfiAvPit3feWTSiuabe information
P2k > 2siT cheapest and pleasantcst wav to1
arjour trip
Go to J P
9lae finest livery
t the city
THE BELT LINE
Property Owners Ask Too High
Prices for RightofWay
WESTERN FREIGHT MATTERS
The Association Dlscmse the Fasaage of
Storkmen Tlie New Hills of Lading
Discussed First Mortsase Iinnds
lied lilreratitl Southwestern
THE ItEtT LINE
It Dies for Want ot Proper Enconrape
lnrnt
For some time past The Gazette has
known of a belt line project which
was under contemplation to run from
the Fort Worth and Rio Grande
track around to the packing house en
circling the city by running around the
vv est side The projectors were readj to
expend 200000 at once and bj the time the
line was completed to have expended
over o00 000 They were willing to expend
this amount but could not afford to pay the
fancy prices asked for the rightofway
the property ovv ners seeming indifferent as
to whether the city made any further
progress or remained at a standstill
It is very unfortunate thfe matter has
terminated in this manner Fort Worths
manufacturing enterprises already have
an annual output of the value of
nearly 1000000 These are already con
siderably hampered by reason of having to
haul goods long distances to roads other
than those on which lhey are lo
cated Kansas Citys great pack
ing house industries were not
rendered possible until a belt line was
built This was quickly follow ed by a sec
ond and the Winner belt line now under
construction is the third
A belt line is absolutely essential to Fort
Worth s success as a manufacturing center
It would give the factories located on its
line speedy and easj access to all lines of
liiad centering in Fort Worth and would
also greatly facilitate the interchange of
business between the lines
If the property owners along this line
would only sacrilicc a little of the present
value of their land to promote this
enterprise the enhanced value
of the remaining lands which
would be almost quadrupled would
amply repay them even if thci had do
nated the right of way It is not the desire
of the compoay to condemn the right of
waj thougli this could readily be done be
cause it ptafars to have the eo operation
and friendship of the people along
the line It is to be hoped the property
owners will soon see their mistako mAeo
opcrate w ith the company in inoidait tkLs
entei prise one that is so vitally impoflifc
to the city the success it of right ought
to be
The Santu Fe Open
The Santa Fe yesterday resumed thr sale
of tickets to all points on its line
The bieak at Ked river has boen repaired
and trams are now running through
31 K T GohSlp
An adjourned meeting of the Missouri
Kansas and Texas w ill be held next Thurs
day for the purpose ot electing officers pro
vided the receivers am discharged by that
time sa > s the New York Journal of
Finance It is pietty certain that one of
the Standard oil people will be reelected
president piobiblvMr lreeman but there
is some talk of putting Mr Cross one of
tho lecehcrs in that position
It is repotted that the Rockefellers have
put j 0K 000 into the property While the
road was in tho reeen ers hand 810000000
was spent in improvements After tho
mooting next Thursday a luity will be
made up to go over the road to examine its
phi sical condition
lie Was Promoted
Special to the Gazette
Sv > Antonio Tuy June S Richard P
Crawford for a number of years chief clerk
on the railway mail sericp at Houston and
other i > oints lias been appointed special
postofhte inspector for the department of
Texas
Stuck on Pananas
Decisov Tex June S Sixteen cars of
bananas armed in Denison over the Hous
ton and Texas Central railway today for
the following points Omaha two cars
Kansas Citi three cars Wichita ono car
Denver two cats Chicago eight cars The
Missouri Kansas and Texas has refused to
take them on account ot the Red river
washout
Sernpr mi tltu Katj Resumed
Special to tho Gazette
Demsos Tix June 9 Train service on
the Missouri Kansas and Tcas was re
sumed at p m today after a threedays
break Iho water in Red river receded
very rapidly last night and during the day
and it has fallen fourteen inches The
rojdbed has boon washed away through the
bottoms quite badly but the track has been
propped up on timbers and the delayed
traflie allowed to pa > s
Paris Railroad Prospects
Special to the Gazettc
Pitis Tf June S Negotiations are
nearly concluded b which the charter for a
railroad to Red river which is held in
Paris w ith the results of a preliminary sur
vey and tightofway for the line will bo
turned over to a company represented by
C G Woodbndge who is conducting the
negotiations for them This charter witli
one for abridge and for a road across the
Ciioctaw Nation w ere obtained as part of
the longwanted Memphis and Little Rock
extension Tho object 111 building the line
to Red 1 iver is to form connection with a
line of steamers and from New Orleans
and senile the benefit of water rates and
ultimately be a link in the Little Rock road
if it ever matei ialires
From Iort seiitt to Rich mil
K vxs is Citi Mo June 9 The mortgage
bonds of the Fort Scott and Eastern rail
way have been put upon lecord at Clinton
Mo Geonre Gould is named as president
and Edwin Gould as trustee The contem
plated road luns from Fort Scott Kan
northeast through Vernon Bates and
Henry counties and on east toward
St Louis This is practical
the route of tho St Louis Kansas City am
Colorado road running from St Louis to
Union The road is bonded for 13000 a
tnile for construction only and the instru
ment recites the time and manner of build
idg the road When built it will connect
with the Missouri Kansas and Texas for
traffic in that countri It will make first
class for Missouri Pacific and tho road is
actuallj constructed from Fort Scott to
Rich Hill
Henrietta Railway News
Special to the Gazette
Hem ietti Clit CocxttTex June 9
Grading on the Red River and Southwestern
is nearly completed and by July 1 iron will
Jbcgin to arrive and track laying will begin
SiTuly 1 As the Rock Island has closed the
deal for the Texas Central railroad from
Albany to Waco it is reported that a grading
force will be put on between Henrietta and
Red River this month and rush the grade
as fast as possible from Archer City to
Albany
There are rumors in the air and should
they materialize will make Henrietta the
railroad center of Texas It is said in high
circles that as the Rock Island railroad
company has secured the Texas Central
from Albany to Waco there to connect with
the Aransas and San Antonio railroad they
are now contemplating and trying to make
a deal whereby they can secure the grade
of the Dallas and Southwestern and Pacific
railroad that is graded from Dallas to
Vineyard City in Jack county via Rhome
Should the Rock Isiand secure this thev
will build and equip a lino from Henrietta
to Vineyanl City and from there into Dal
las Should this deal be consummated Hen
rietta will be the headquarters in Texas
for the great Rock Island cystem A few
3
THE GAZETTE FT WOBTH TEXAS WEDNESDAY JUNEJLE
days will determine the whole thing but
one thing is sure Henrietta has secured
one branch of the Rock Island system by
the deal made with the Red River and
Southwestern railroad company and secur
ing the Texas Central from Albany to
AAaco
The T and G X Itereivcrship
Special to the Gazette
Galveston Tex June 0 Tho legisla
tive committee appointed to investigate
the receivership of the International and
Great Northern railway will begin its
investigation at the Beach hotel
tomorrow where the committee
have secured rooms A majority of those
interested in the investigation have arrived
and the others are expected in the morning
It is expected the investigation will not be
concluded under three weeks
Dallas Kallroud Notes
Special to the Gazette
Dallas Tux June 9 The Texas and
Pacific railroad has announced a onefare
rate for the round trip to Minneapolis
Minn to the national gathering of the
Christian endeavor which convenes in
July Tickets good returning until August
26 for all who deposit their tickets with tho
general ticket department The tickets
are over the Texas and Pacific and Iron
Mountain roads
Again the Texas and Pacific is open to
eiv Orleans the breaks all being repaired
and through business now goes uninter
rupted
Col Jim Wilson general asrent of the
Chicago and Alton railway is in town
A Combination Sleeting
FonT Watse Ixd June 0 It is esti
mated that fully 2T00 strangers are in the
city attending the convention which is
composed of the following orders Brother
hood of Locomotive Engineers Order of
Railway Conductors Brotherhood of Tele
graphers Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire
men Switchmens mutual benefit associa
tion and Brotherhood of Trainmen The
object of the meeting is the discussion of
matters of vital importance to members of
the different orders At 9 oclock this mor
ning a secret meeting was held at Princess
rink At 1 oclock a parade consisting of
visitors and local orders took place after
whicli a public meeting was held which
was addressed by F P Sargent of Terro
Haute Rev S A Xorthrup and Hon P S
ORourke of this city M D Shaw of St
Louis and Frank Sweeney of Chicago An
other meeting will be held this evening
The Katy Receivership
Special to the Gazette
New Yoiik June 9 During the receiver
ship of the Missouri Kansas and Texas
winch began in November 1S5 the re
ceivers added in the way of improvements
and new equipments about 4r > 00000 They
have constructed seventythree miles of
road and acquit ed by lease 141
miles Now bonded indebtedness
bears interest at the rate of
4 per cent only as against G and 7 per cent
paid on the old mortgaire bonds The earn
ing capital of the road is estimated at 9
000000 A meeting of tho board of direc
tors will be held iu the city on Thursday
and it is now believed that P C Cross will
be elected president A prominent director
of the company stated to The Gazette
correspondent that the official order filed at
Leavenworth absoluteli passed the property
to the representatives of thesecurityholder
on May 1
Western Freight Association
Ciiicaoo III June 9 One of the most
important questions before the Western
freight association which began its June
meeting todaj is that of the passage of
men iu charge of livestock shipments The
roads have been in the habit of
allowing free transportation to men
who are required to tend to livestock
while en route to market The
subject has given rise to much abuse
Parties receiving this transportation have
frequently put in claims for more than
thei w ere entitled to and have succeeded
in securing it with the result that the re
turn portion of the droers tickets have
fallen into the hands of scalpersand proved
a neverending source of demoral
ization in passenger rates How to
get rid of this ovil is the
question that has been under
discussion by the Western roads for a iear
or more and thero is a prospect that it will
be renewed at this meeting Tho question
was up todti but no chango was made in
the present rule
The forms of bills of lading offered by
various shippers were considered and re
ferred to the special committee to report at
tho July meeting The effort to
abolish unlimited tickets in the terri
tory of the Western passenger association
has not thus far proved successful The
movement was really inaugurated within
this association and has been productive
of good because Eastern roads have agreed
to discontinue the use and sale of unlim
ited tickets but Western lines have
been unable to reach an agree
ment on the subject The Chicago
St Paul and Kansas City is tho road that
blocks the movement in this territory
that company for some reason or other
having failed to record its vote either tox
or against tho measuic though all other
roads have voted in favor of it Chairman
Finley has called on the Chicago St Paul
and Kansas City for its vote but has not
received it as iot
Account of Emancipation Day June 19
the Cotton Belt will put into effect round
trip rate of 4 cents per mile from all stag
tions 200 miles in each dircci gp jMR
sale June IS andl MgSiil rurnJune 20
On ttc 0lttrtlieyvrill put into effect
tiagifMGuons on their lines in Texas and
ffio in Arkansas for distance of 200 miles
in either direction rate of one fare for the
round trip Dato of sale July 3 and 4 good
to return July 3
SUMMER DAYS
Where Shall We Spend Them7Half Rate Excursion
to MinneaDolis Minn and Return via the
Cotton Belt Roi
Tickets will b < LMtidg0BHTflfi and 7th
good fgrj MJBBWugust 27th 1S1
ir information furnished on ap
rcation to any agent of the company or to
W 1L Winfield
General Passenger Agent Texarkana Tex
>
This Is fie Best Route
The Fort Worth and Denver City rail
way in connection with Unioj
the only directaaLMWilerKrrjetiver
Salt Likifc iflflSWmalidand San Fran
coins iorth and northwest
ket office 401 Main street and Union
depot
Summer Excursion Tickets
Commencing June 1 tho Missouri Kan
sas and Texas railway will begin the sale
of summer excursion tickets to principal
lioints in the North East and West The
Missouri Kansas and Texas railway is the
short and most direct line to Kansas Citra
St Louis and Chicago AUo MWij TO
running double daUv liwTOiPullman
buffetstoeiagBlfl spTroin Texas points to
ijMfMWcllics tvithout change Take the
Chicago limited leaving Fort Worth
730 p m arriving in Chicago sec
ond morning For sleeping car accommo
dations maps rates tickets or other in
formation please call on or address
C D Lcsk Union depot
J E Smith City Ticket Agent
corner Fourth and Houston streets
Fort Worth Tex
Get One Free
The Fort Worth and Denver City in con
nection with the Union Pacific railroad is
first in the field with an elaborate
trated Western resort
contemplaiiaa jBaiWrfpT Call at city
reetaud secure a ciclo
ia of information regarding the numer
ous and cheap summer resorts reached iy
the Union Pacific railway
Plainvtew Hale County Tex
Come to Amarillo andjrc MiMBHMr
the HotelAm j0 flMCrisbcedaily
AJigMlOTHrview the county seat of
rSjTEebest county on the central plains
PERSONAL
Winfield Harrold of Italy is visiting his
brother of this city
Mrs Garner who has been very ill is
slowly recovering
Henry Cunningham has returned from a
visit to the Panhandle
W E Moore of Commerce Tex came in
on the Cotton Belt yesterday
Professor Hirshfield left for Galveston
last night and will return Saturday
Miss Etta and Master Frank Mulkey have
gone to Waxahachie to visit relatives
Frank G Bean one of Weatherfords
rustling business men is in the city
Miss Addie Gray and Miss Florence
Baker are spending a week at Ederville
Mrs T J Kendall with her three littia
daughters is in Fort Worth visiting friends
S J Trask of Granbury is in the city
Ho says Granbury is very busy looking
after the crops
Hon J N iBrowning left for the Pan
handle last nght via the Missouri Kansas
and Texas
E G Conner and wife of San Angelo are
in the city and will remain for a day or two
seeing the sights and shopping
CoL Robert Spears of Gainesville and his
daughter Miss Bevie are the guests of
Miss Minnie Lee Tilman of the South Side
R R Haynes Thomas D Smidsey and
G P McRoberts are a party of gentlemen
from Moberly Mo who aro in the city
prospecting
Louis T Haas of Bowie is in the city
He says the business men of Bowio and the
farmers of that vicinity are elated over tho
unusually brilliant crop prospects
D B Campbell of Albany Tex is in tho
city He rejiorts Albany and Shackelford
county progressing nicely with heavy
crops assured and bright prospects ahe
W A Hawkins one of El Pasosfrust
lers is in tho city and reports matters
fairly lively in the Rio Grande city He
will remain in the city several days
Gaston Cogdell who is one of Granburys
pushers came up yesterday and favored
the Pickwick with his autograph He says
Granbury is the only town m Texas
W B Worsham of Henrietta is among
the North Texans in the city Mr Wor
sham says he is looking for the man who
said rain never was known in Northwest
Texas
W B McDowell the popular traveling
man has made Fort Worth his headquar
ters on account of its superior distributing
facilities He left last night for Southern
Texas on business
T J Roundtree of Santa Anna came in
yesterday He says Santa Anna and the
Pecan Colorado and Concho country is
out of sight with heavy crops on all
lands under cultivation and a boom with a
big B
Ij J Caswell of Comanche came up jes
terday to see what Fort Worth is doing
He says Comanche is still on earth and
though not blowing much is attending
closely to her knitting and is getting there
with both feet
George T Knott of Wichita Falls came
down yesterday to get the whirr of the har
vesting machines out of his ears and to see
what Fort Worth was going to do about
handling Wichita wheat Tho yield in the
valley of the Wichita will be almost large
enough to feed the state
Mr and Mrs E T Comer of San Angelo
Misses Minnie and Kitty Hewins of Cedar
ville Kan daughters of the Chautauqua
county cattle king and the well known
Texas cattleman J S Ayre are guests of
J L Pennington livestock agent of the
Santa Fe at the Ellis They will remain
in the city a day or two
THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
gerford Chicago S Monarch Owensboro
Ky AO Vilter Chicago S A Russell
Des Moines Iowa J J Boggs Houston
BellBoston A HirschfieldNewYork
Chas O Jones Dallas J H Trezevant Texas
FelixP Bath St Louis WBBrazelton
Waco W H Moore and wife Kansas Citv
Martin Guinan Waco Robt L Benson
Chicago AVKHall Dallas E T Corner
and wife San Angelo Miss M Hewins
Miss Katie Hewins Eldorado Kan H H
rDicksou Houston GeoGFrost Boston
W E Moore Commerce
PICKWICK
R Meinnkc Milwaukee R C Neale New
York AV B Worsham Henrietta T M
Hunt Dallas J A Meadows Denison J P
Glenn West Texas George H Green Dal
AW
The Frorredings or That Body Testerday
A Hoard or Equalization
The county commissioners have almost
concluded the business of the spring term
William Kelly superintendent of county
convicts tendered his resignation effective
June 15 It was accepted and his succes
sor willjbc appointed during the week
The report of Thomas R Maddox super
intendent in charge of tho poor farm shows
there are now ten inmates six male and
four female Three males and three females
havo been discharged Two males and one
female have been admitted Four males
havo died viz Thomas Corinton William
Emery Doc Kennedy and John Moore
Claims to the amount of J3 > 00 wero al
lowed and the warrants for the same will
be ready for delivery on Thursdav
The board set Thursday June 2ot h as the
day on whicli it would sit as a board of
equalization
A HEATED QUESTION
Where Shall We Go For Health
Nowhere on thejgaMJ SW Thero to be
ound a gga Jwclimate scenery and
3iiBgSi Sorts to equal that tributary to the
Onion Pacific Route
Ticket office 401 Main street and Union
depot
AT THE HOTELS
MAXSlOX
DBKindelland baby Weatherford C
F Ward Galveston Tex William Davis
Gainesville Tex ED Chambers Quanah
Tox J A Lennox Quincy 111 Lee Neblctt
Richmond Va W C Nichols Gainesville
A E O Thomson Indianapolis Iud H T
Berry Granbury Tex John II Griffith
Taylor Tex GW Radford Quanah Tex
R K Folder and wife Chappell Hill J R
Nelson and wife Corsicana Tex W I
Wcatherly Grapevine Tex Ed M Watson
Columbia Mo M W Boger Wichita
Falls Dr O Loftin Tyler Tex
M D Herrington Herrington Kan EC
Heath Rockwall Mose Aston and lady
Childress W J Moore Granbury B F
Bolton Colorado City R M Johnson Tex
arkana Samuel J Brown Texas E J
Ward Breckinridge L Landon Dallas
Rev W D Sartwell Comanche W B
Crockett Henderson Ky David Walker
cago R M Bouriand Montague J C
rray Sacramento City Cal Gustav
Cogdell Granbury J S Devereux Odessa
W T Penn Bowie Tex C
RPhillips Dal
las Rice Maxey Kopper A P Kellev
Roby B W Morris Granbury A T Alabry
Big Springs EJ Trader M D Texas
George Begtrs Haudley C AV Geers
Meridian W J Whitney and wife Tyler
G A Pfaeffle Tavlor John T Beal Colo
rado Tex Jas It Baldwin San Antonio
Asa Hclt Abilene CW White Waco W
T Levy and wife Childress
t EUIS
Wp Williams Chicago 4D C Campbell
Albany O Haerem Houston Mrs W C
Black Oxford N C Mr J G Johnson
Nashville Wylie Crell Kansas City W A
Hawkins El Paso Ad Meyer Kansas
City T B White Eddy N M F Kullior
El Paso Watson Pickett Beatrice Neb R
R Haynes Thomas D Smidsay G P Mc
Roberts H T Keenan Chicaco Frank G
Bean Weatherford P W Santhord Kan
sas City J P Dickson Cleveland Ohio
WC Griffin New York G W Todd Bos
ton EB Smith Dallas Louis S Haas
Bowio A G Gramrer Dallas Wm Hunter
St Louis W A Collier Dallas C F Hun
ADVERTISE TEXA
From and after this
GAZETTE for one
entered on our
tends us the
This 1
Address all orders and money to THE GAZETE Fort Worth Texas
January 111SSL
Ep553Sr SSt = ayg 1
iverything new Finest table best furnished
house in Texas No hotel In the state is as ab
solutely free from danger of fire
HODGE WHEELOCK Prop3
Sample copies free on application
Agents for Anheuser Lemp and Schlitz Beer
Fort Worth
Texas
P S Quotations on all brands of Kentucky whiskies from stock here or warehouses In Ken
tucky furnished upon appliestioa
McLEOD HOTEL
Main Street Dallas Texas
TLY LINE
WSIKG
Ironil Coaclles aid Pullman Bnffet Sleepers
BETWEEN
FT WORTH and MEMPHIS
Delivering passengers in depots of connecting
lines without a long and uncomfortable omni
bus transfer across that city
TK tINS
Leaving Fort AVorth 820 am
Arrives Texarkana 650 p m
Arrives Memphis 915 am
Connecting with Throueh Trains to nil
points East and Southeast
Cheap excursion tickets on sale to St Louis
Cincinnati Louisville Chicago and all prom
inent Summer Resorts
All further Information cheerfully furnished
on application to
G A HARNHART General Agent 401 Main
street Fort Worth
AV H WINFIELD General Passenger Agent
Texarkana Tex
las ACRitchey St Louis J H Trasher
Texas TP Roundtree Santa Anna J T
Jarvis Prospect Place C R Steele Dallas
JTSkipperLouisville Ky LJ CasweU
Comanche C T AVilliams Texas J F John
ston Decatur Ben Guggenheim Pueblo
Col Joe Miller Winfield Kan
M K Johnson Paris Gaston CogdelL Gran
bury r J C Murry Colorado T B Evans
Big Springs CAAMerchant Texas AV G
Hodge Dallas Felix B Lippman St Louis
Frank Simpson New Orleans La AV M
Bailey Durango Col OR Duryer New
York C C Emery AAaco W F Felton
Bartlett J F Ikard Indian Territory Geo
T Knott AAichita Falls r G C Curtis St
Louis Mo Henry B Kane Iron Mountain
Railway Daniel Macrorie Orange
N J B F Still Kaufman Tex
J D Goldsmith Cleburne D D McMillan
and sons La Crosse AVIs O W Perry
Texas Mrs WH Allen and son Terrell
John OConnor AVood River Neb S J
Trash Granbury C Burnett Pullman car
company J V Braham St Louis AV E
Halsell Vinita I T AVill H Price Sey
mour John J Gilmore St Louis Mo A
Nesbitt AAaco AV B Craig St Joseph Mo
C A Brown WichitajFalls C E Kirkland
Chicago IU W H Hopkins St Louis A P
Shepard AVaco G AV Loppimjton New
Orleans
Blanket
Blanket
anket
The Fort Worth
Rio Grande
Railway
Will reach
The
lanket
Brown Co
About Aug to
Forewarned
Forearmed
BLANKET
Is all wool
And many
Yards wide
T A Wilkinson
Trustee
Fort Worth Tex
Emil Nelson Agt
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The Fort Worth Gazette
Will do it For every dollar received we will send to you for one year
THE FORT WORTH WEEKLY GAZER
12 pages 84 columns and another copy Free One
you name Outside the Statej
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person
THE GAZETTE his for eight years been a Trilling and UberaXunQjtfSa behalf of Texas and now when the people of tte sfae
to have awakened to the necessity of effort and to the bom
of Its resources and progress in agriculture stock farm
Tlie Gazetis S2iasLes
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manufacturing education religion etc to the ol
peoptecf
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subscriptions to the WEEKLY GAZETTE for six months will be donated bv THE < V
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such donated subscriptions are sent to parties outside the state or Tex vs and provided T t a l J
one year or two names for six months to whom ho wishes the WEEKLY GAZETTE sent 01 r
in cases where we receive One Dollar the full amount of one years subscription to the WEEKLY uAitrTa
SPECIAL NOTICE
Many subscribers ignore the stipulation that the above offer dates
from January II only and does sot apply to subscriptions received
prior to that date THE GAZETTE could not antedato Its offer
for one subscriber without doing so for all of those who subscribed
prior to the 11th day of January 1S91 and to apply this offer to all
who were subscribers to THE GAZETTE on the 10th of January
would cost THE GAZETTE more than it could afford to doeven for
Texas
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this offer dates from January 11 1S91 tho day it w j i ± e
does not apply to subscriptions received prior to tha da a
AND LET US FILL TEXAS
Wrtla TPeople
For Onft Dollar Onlv You can get a firstclass newspaper
Vlliy 0NE YEAR AND HELP THE STATE OF TE
for
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OUTSIDE OF TE22AS
CASEY SWASEY
IMPORTERS AND WHOLES AXE DEALERS IN
TO ALL POINTS
NORTHANDEAST
TnRoccn THAINS CvnRY
PULLMAN SLEEBERS
Between PoiniijuJJTssas itia
ST LOUIS
Colorado California and a
KANSAS CITY I
Close connections tn all of the above c w Wis
fast trains of Eastern and Korh ro < j
mites the II K 4 T the b im to
Hew Yoi BGstoa Montreal m SL Pel
J E SMITH City Ticket Agent corn Ko ru
and Houston streets
C D LUbK Ticket Agent Union Dep >
AV D LAAVSOV Texaa Traveling 1 ave t
Agent
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J J FREY Gen Supt SeiUlla Mo
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G P HUGHES Ass t Ccu iM enger As
Dallas Tex
GASTON MESLIER Gen ral Passergr aal
Ticket Agent SedalU Mo
61 Colorado Santa Fe Ry
Between Fort Worth and all
Kansas City St Louis ilea
North
points
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West
ElesaajflrWSaSn Palace Huffct Draw freoii
rCars are run throu h eerv rtjy u
Kansas City ChiciKo an
connecting at theso points with Ut I an
truins for the East
T5iKOTjraH TICKETS
TO ALL POINTS IN THE
United Stales Canada and Mwco
For any desired Information Tl kf F M
Maps etc call on or addres
WM DOHERTY U P T A H H > t
street Fort Worth
C D LUSK Ticket ARent fnon D f
W A TULEY T P A Dihas Tfl
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Texas
Texas Pacific Railway
EL PASO BOUTE
THE DIRECT LINE
to Shreveportand New Orleans tc Teisr u
Memphis St Iouis the Norm and E a
II points in Texas Old and Xew Me Arr
DUi Colorado and California
THE FjA VOKITB
Ala Sacrament to Oregon
leans
TAKE THE
choice of routes to points in ttf vlir
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Texarkana Shrereport and N <
ST LOUIS LIMITED
Petwcen Fort Worth and Su Loui Th
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time between Texas and the North anu t
Double dally Una of Pullman lalac Sir
Cars through to St Louis via the
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Through Sleeping Cars between New Orlti
and Denver and St Louis and El Iaso
For rates Tickets and all infonnalioa a3 >
to or address any of the ticket agents cr
C P FEGAN Traveling Passenger Mtnt j
B r McCULLOUGH Goneral Passenger 3
TlcketArent
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