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Falls counties
TEXAS WEATHER AND CROPS
Crops are looking very fine in Armstrong
county
Mr F M Duckworth of Vernon will
have 150 bushels of peaches The peach
irop of Wilbarger county will be largo this
year
The prospects are good for a largo crop
af cotton and corn in Cherokee count y
Tho new wheat crop is being brought
tn at Pilot Point Denton county at the
rate of lV bushels per day The quality is
good But little oats have been marketed
yetThe
The rain last Sunday was of great benefit
to the crops of Camp county Cotton and
corn are looking fine
Kaufman county farmers are laying by
their cotton The prospects for cotton and
com are very good
Mr Berry a Tarrant county farmer
threshed COO bushels from twenty acres
The crops in Wharton county are in
splendid condition and tho prospects aie
that there will be an abundant harvest
Several good showers fell in Caldwell
county last wek but more rain is needed
The corn and cotton crop never looked
liner in Lavacca county than now but rain
is nceacd in some localities
Piano received sixteen cars of wheat
Friday
The Moody Courier says We have
beans that were grown in our garden twenty
inches long To gather beans for dinner re
quires no bucket just throw them across
your arm as you would stovewood
The showers of last week hare assured
the corn crop of Parker county The cot
ton is looking line
Hamilton county had a good rain Thurs
day and the croi > s are looking fine
Mr A J Kolp of Wichita county had
13ti acres cf wheat which yielded twenty
bushels per acre Mr X L Stino
threshed 000 bushels of wheat from thirtv
acres
Wheat in McLennan county is averaging
twentyfive bushels per acre
The com crop of Menard county will be
the heaviest this year ever known in that
counts Cotton is growing well and there
is a fine outlook for a large crop
Mr Charles Goldberg shipped a train
load of wheat consisting of fifteen cars
from Quanah last week
MivroM Wood Couvty Tune 2 We
are this afternoon bavin a very fine rain
and from appearances it is general The
corn crop was needing ruin badly
Iarge quantities of fruit and berries are
now being shipped from thus point
Pltxam Callahan County June 29
The work of threshing is being vigorously
pushed and as reports come in the estimate
or the iield of the wheat crop has been
steadily raised until H is now certain that
the average w ill not be less than thirty
bushels jicr acre Five cars of the new
crop were shipped from Putnam last week
and a free movement is expected in tho
next few dajs Light rains fell here yes
terday and today and the prospects for
plenty of rain are very good at this litinar
Com is rapidly approaching maturity and
w ith the present supply of moisture a good
crop is assured Cotton is making a rapid
crowth is fruiting well and the condition
of the ci op is the best ever known at this
season
Aukoiu Wise CorsTY June 29 A fine
rain visited us this evening As some corn
paiticulaily on the black lands had been at
tacked by chinch bugs this rain will prob
ably mature the corn so rapidly that their
work will scarcely be felt by tho fanners
We are particularly prosperous The prairie
to our east has harvested and is threshing
a fine wheat crop Oats are extra good
Jotton is very promising Grass abundant
Fruit of all kinds plent MiL
Atlanta Cass CocTr June 29 The
heaviest rain of the season fell today be
tween the hours of 1 a m and noon It
was accompanied by a severe wind No
particular damage was done so far as heard
from
Hsvi Elti Cowry June 29 Ennis
had a light rainfall this evening
TritRbLuKAUFMix Cocxtt Tex June
29 This immediate section has had an
oth r very hard rain to day Tho corn is
apparently made
Mineola Wrl county Work it
glossing finely on the artesian well
pro
Jew hTT Lrox Couvrr Tex June 25
Crop prospects here atesplendid at present
TEXAS SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES
The revival at McKinncy is increasing in
interest Seven accessions were made to
the church this week
The contract for the new Methodist
fhurch at Qua ah has been let to Mr J M
Korsj th 1 he church will be built of stone
and will he the finest structure of its kind
in the Panhandle
A protracted meeting was commenced at
the Methodist church at KocVport last Sun
day
The Houston rounty Sunday school con
tention met at Crockett ust Thursday
Over 1000 has been subscribed to the
Daingerlield school fund
Preparations arc bcinsr made for a camp
meeting at Liberty Hill Williamson county
to commenco August 1 A well Is being
bored and a large arbor with a seating
capacity of 2000 persons will lk > built
The Cumberland Presbyterians of Hills
boro hao torn down their old church pre
paratory to building a new one
The meeting at the tabernacle at Paris is
Increasing in interest Up to Saturday
there had been fifteen conversions
The normal at Abileno begins Wednes
day Jul 1
The Baptists of Wcatherford have de
cided to build a college
The Baptist church at Regan Falls
county has purchased several lots and is
preparing to build a new church
Clarksullo has decided to build a female
college to cost not less than 10000 A com
mittee has been appointed o solicit sub
subscriptions
The now Presbyterian church at Brcck
enridge Stephens county was dedicated
last Sunday The building is large and
j ell finished
The revival at Mineola closed Sunday
night During the meeting there were
eighteen accessions to the Methodist
church
Tee summer normal at San Angelo will
open July 1
Paint Rock Concho county has 2200
raised for rebuilding a church They will
Tnakeiti COO
1 Exxis Ellis Cocxtt June 29 Rev
Tilburn Cumberland Presbyterian evan
gelist assisted by Mr Bargy is conducting
a protracted meeting at the gospel tent in
this city They are having large congre
gaions and much interest is manifested
TEXAS NEWS AND NOTES
DeAVitt county tax rolls show an increase
ef S00 taxpayers over last year
Rockport is organizing a fire department
A subscription is being raised in Alvord
Wise county for sinking an artesian wdjr
A building and loan association has been
organized at Aransas Harbor
Cuthbert is the name of a nev postoffice
established in Mitchell county fourteen
miles northwest from Colorado
Work on the artesian well at Kerrville is
progressing They have reached a depth
of COO feet
Work was commenced on the artesian
well at Clarksville Wednesday
ilineola is boring for artesian water
llr Miles Hauchett of Colorado has
w century plant in bloom The plant is snial
but the stalk bearing the bloom isaslai
as a mans forearm and about twelve f <
long The bloom is a large white one
Belfalls is the name of a new postoffii
ecently established on the line of Bell and
Durango
The ice company at Longview Gregg
county reached artesian water at a depth
of 580 feet
The Gazette acknowledges receipt of an
invitation to tho Lampasas fair commenc
ing August 11 andclosing August 13
Exxis Ellis County June 29 Ennis is
making great preparations for the picnic
which comes off at Ennis park on the
Fourth of July A large attendance is ex
pected
Terrell Kaufman Cocxtt June 29
The Sunday law is enforced but not
by force Everybody seems to comply with
the requirements of the law without oppo =
sition Supply fire company No 3 has
elected the following officers Moss Phil
lips foreman Albert Monday first assist
ant Bond Dashiell second assistant Hor
ace Burford secretary
TEXAS MILLS AND FACTORIES
The canning factory at Pilot Point Den
ton county started with corn Thursday
The factory will soon be running on full
time
The frame work for the woolen mill at
Greenville is completed The machinery
for the cotton seed oil mill is arriving and
will be put in position at once
Th Terrell ice factory is running night
and day to supply the demand Tho can
ning factory is running full blast
Grain is coming in rapidly atjowa Park
and the elevator is worked to its fullest ca
pacity
The Jacksonville canning factory has put
up a large lot of beans but the supply is
not enough to keep the factory running all
the time
The Sunset oil company of Brownwood is
negotiating for mjiehinery for another well
and will soon be ready to begin boring in
another place for oil
TEXAS NEEDS AND WANTS
McKinncy Collin county wants a
TEXAS PROGRESS
If you want
Nice fresh butter
Tradew itliljajjli
city
park
Caldwell wants an artesian w ell
Waxahachie wants an artesian well
ChHlicotho wants a bank
Aransas Harbor wants an ice factory a
cold storage and electric plant and will
give bonus in tho way of lots etc to aid
the plants A blacksmith and lepair shop
is also needed
Wortham needs a bank
The brick work on tho new postofflcg
Colorado is completed
Mr J P Hickman of Mexia has 1
contract for a brick building 21x50 f
good deal of building is being done i
standing the scarcity of money
Mr George Wimberly has just
contract for the erection of four brid
iuess houses in Tyler The building
all rented before the work was begun
Work on the street railway at Bej
is progressing rapidly and the company
pect to have the cars lunning by the 4th
July
Mr J G Barbec is building a large two
story rock building at Hico Hamilton
county
ALTAR AND TOMB
>
Mr Walter Weisuiser and Miss Toreg3J
Lockhart Navasota June 22
Mr George McCormick and Miss J
Lyles Celeste Juno 18
Mr Charles Anderson and Miss Smithy
Reed Texarkana June 33
Mr Samuel Hannah and Miss Nettie
Rankin Groesbeck June 22
Mr G It Sowdcr and Miss Mollie How
aid Whitesboro June 24
Mr M L Allen aud Miss Fronie Rodes
Daingeifield June 25
Mr John Dabney and Miss Sallie Sim
mons Alvord June IS
Dr J W Coble and Miss Ella Rose
Feudrich Dallas June 24
Mr Elbert Slade and Miss Minnie Rob
ertson Palestine June 25
Mr S II Nixon and Miss Annie
ing Guadaloupo county Juno 24
Mr Fred Wilkes and Miss Mary Bud
derer Sweet Home June 22
Mr J S Finney and Miss Addie Jone
Sej mour June 20
Mr W H Pearson and Miss Annie
Arnett Bertram June 24
Mr Charles II Wilcox and Mrs T S
McSwcen Burnet Juno 26
R E Harris and Miss Malinda SviifSS
Comanche June 21 jr
Mr J T Brock and Miss Roa rsHam
son McGregor June 25
R S Hodges and Miss M E Nelsou
Beaumont June 2i
Mr R C Witt and Miss Carrie Gamel
Quanah June 20 i
Mr John Bailey and Miss Jessie Howard
N jeona June 24
DEATHS
Sister Saint Theresa Galveston Juno 24
Mr Hogan Wadsworth Garland Juno 19
Mr Richard Wilsford Sherman June 25
Mr A G Mixou McKinnev June 24
Elbe D Gibson Rusk June 24
Maysie Irene Johnson Rusk June 22
Mi Rubo Gardenhire Rockwall June 21
Mrs Burks Llano June 25
Mr Johnson Gainesville June 25
Miss Ida Milner Gainesville June 21
Mrs Dr Joe W Davenport Tyler
June 20
Mrs Joanna M Hays Honey Grove
June 24
Mrs Cenie S Moss Aransas Harbor
June 20
Mrs S J Flower Colorado June 24
Mrs Bernhart Moody June 21
Hon John T Brady Houston June 20
Mr Fletcher Stroud Denison June 23
Syrup of
and SI bottles
gists
may no
cure it promptly
wishes to
substitute
CALlRMA FIG
of
MAKUIIGE
Sir S L Green and Miss Lizzie Glower
Garvin June 21
Mr Fred Abrams and Miss Frankie
Uamblin Sherman June 25
Mr J B Iieid and Miss Fannie Lee
Nacogdoches June 21
Mr Joe Leonard and Miss Myrtle Ware
McKinney June 20
Mr George P Daniels and Miss Elma
Sumuer Galveston June 24
Mr Tuck Fox and Miss Ada Parks Rusk
June IS
Mr Emanuel Grover and Miss Emily
Marucheau Corpus Chnsti June 25
Mr W L Newsom and Miss Bessie
Bradfield Dningerfield June 19
Both t e methadL and Results when
Syrup of Figs > 6 tagn rt is pleasant
and refreshing to the toste and acts
gently yet prompUjion the Kidneys
Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys
tem eSectually dispesi colds head
aches and feverS and opres hnhitual
constipation Syraja oflFigs is tbjE
only remedy of its jijjja ever pro
duced pleasing to theyste and ac
ceptable to the atpmachj prompt in
itaction and truTj eneficial in its
efftefo prepared ont firom the most
healtt and agreeableuDmances its
many eswellent qualitie commend it
to all arSJiave made it the most
popular remaHy known >
RAtlCISCO CAL l i
Sold Everywlie
in 50c
drug
it who
gill pro
e who
pt any
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L0UISV1UE KY NEW Y0tlftyY
veiiessfRfteur
bottjfr remedy for tho i
diseaaafc than Tutln IdteEi
tt trial ffm prove Prl sa
1IOTICL9 AXD SUMMER JIESOUTS
IVTcT
Main Street Dallas Texas
Everything new Finest table be t furnished
nou e In Texas Xo hotel In the stale is as ab
solutely free from danger of fire
HODGE WHEELOCK Props
Plankpon House
Persons
no In
jiimeroi
> brea
NSJKVVAUKEE WIS
6 are intending to spend some
Northwest this summer at the
Health Resorts will find the
TON HOUSE a comfortabttfgjlaeo
CAPON
ir joiufceyat aooms large well
SPRINGS
jj ojeai TOUretail grocers
Takes Co will sell you
Bedroom its on icstallme
Parlor suit3k n instalbj
Si1
Wardrobes oinstalf ents
Tolding beds JypcfUHments
Sideboards onJHgtallnients
Bookcases oi n Ldlraents
Ladies wrng deSr on installments
Hall tress n installmpnts
Baby carrmges on inifcUments
Cedar chelts on instaUatnts
Chiffoniers on installments
Either on weekly or monthly payments
Tfble reMtraable ratcsTGood
Tates aHth numerodspteas
thOjiHJy Jpt piuSieulari
AS WGnagcr
2IUwaQkie Wis
HAMPSHIRE COtTATrWYA
Alkaline Lithi Water mlso Supe
rior Iron nd Freestone Wau J
B is of mytqapejrtWMHFiJlWF
SffbnsuneMlMfnKKuaBLiUlia
JjilW oHd ScperbSum
PRcmate Eere is where the sick
recover and the well are always
bappr Send for Pamphlet and
secure rooms W H Sale Pron
Mention the Fort Worth Gazette
Will Postpone His Visit
IiOSDok June 29 In new of the outcry
made by members of tho Lords Day rest
association and others to the proposed pri
vate visit of the emperor on Sunday the
12th to tho naval exhibition in London the
German emperor has consented to postpone
the visit to some day auriusr the week com
mencing July UJ
jiii
If you want
Your
Fort Worth Texas
OF
AGERfBEER
Special Brews
TELEPHONE
B W TAYLOR GEOItGE L HURLEY
President VicePresident
City Offlce
Respectfully
SPATENBRAU
STANDARD
OFFICE No
j BEER ICE Vault No
P S Orders for BEER and ICE in carloads or less quantity promptly attended to
MENTION THE FORT WORTH GAZETTE iy 0i
MANSION
V S < trjf
Bbtflers a PhitBfelts MilwalKeerBeer
HATCHES Pies GEO H B0WHA5 SecJH0 FH00BE VP 60 M T
THE MOORE IRQIJU
If you want
Pure apple vinegar
Tnfir irjfli Tii n rrrn 1 1
retail grocers
Slattsters Assign
Baltimore Md June 29 Levi and
Joseph Strauss maltsters assigned Ifor
the benefit of creditors The bond of the
assignee is fcSCOOOO The embarrassment
of Levi and Joseph Strauss is accepted as
an outcome of gie assignment of Barth
weeks ago
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a fljesftiypSo
Oxford Teachers Bi
ebsters and Worcesters
w Dictionaries In stock
Fine line family Bibles just received
Any book published in America supplied at
publishers price Mall orders solicited
Mention the Fort Worth Gazette
Both Les llroLcn
Special to the Gazette
Waco Tex June 29 Gen Thomas Har
rison an old citizen of Waco and a survivor
of the civil war in which he was a distin
guished bricadier in Lees army fell this
morning and broke both legs He is nearly
seventy years old and is very feeble JTh
< Kriiraccnicats
E Houston has
Cotton exchange his
ents
If you want
fiPure leatla
Tra
FokiWorth Texas
Cor jrl lfain and Rusk Sts Fort Worth Tjxas
Hf UNN SON ProprieJg Sl
This hotel has j
in the stat < <
SS D HODGES
tfeb Per Day
ilnarid Fourta Streets Fort Worth Teias
GEO C HUDGItfS Manaf
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ke a specjaltjjjf fitting nBetall drr
Etorowomplete from ulUr to secret lndacMSg
furuftire Fixtures eu Also cjurry at jiE times
DJMGGISte SUNDRIES
Just completed Ou new price list for 1831
and will be pleased D furnish it to retail drug
gists of Texas
J a TERRELL W J JORDON
Second VicePasidant Ssc and Man
CHAS SGHEUBER k CO
tWtfi jf Texas
WHOLESALE
f hNpGfGR DE < fcffeRS
S CO
Fo 32 tli Texas
Works threequarters of a mile vesper city limits on Texas an
PaciHc KailroJd
Vf6 1156 F013 Railings Ventilators Sash Weights Artesian W U Drilling Ma
chines WeU Drills Drill Bars Rope Sockets Jars Fishing Tols Kneine and Car Castines
Repair and rebuild Enjincs Boilers Pumps Etc and do a gaeral Foundry and Machine
business Estimates given on all kinds of machinery Archltectuil Iron work of all kinds
specialty
H N CONNER CO
mm ffora iron works
acturts of the Celebrated Fort
Worth Wll Drilling Machinery
ArcMtectnrallrflu Wari a SFecialty
Mention tli Fort Wortli Gazette
MACHINE TESTIMONIALS
DELIGHTED WITH ITt
TDLV Te May 11 189L
Democrat Pub Co Fort Worth Tex
Gents I have one of yourilighArm premium sewig machines My wife is
delighted with it It is neat well finished light runnig and gives entire sat
isfaction I like it better than anything I have had rfered at from 35
May 101891
inium sewing machin We have tried it thor
Itisas good a machine as the people have been
is no humbug about it Respetfully J D If Bear
SATISFIED AFTER THOROUGH TET
Toshua Johnson o Tex May 101S91
Democrat o v
Pub Co Fort Worth Tex
Gentlemen I receivedthe HighArm premium ewing machine in good
order My wife has given it a thorough test she findit to be everything rep
resented and is well pleased with it I will say to all lat want a good machine
subscribe for the Weekly Gazette and get a premiui machine The paner is
just splendid ours respectfully w P Flack
ALL THAT IS CLAUSED FOR Iti
Box 65 VerncI Tex March 23 189L
r
Democrat PublishingCo Fort Worth Tex
Gentlemen The NoA HighArm premium sewir machine was received
good order and my nfe finds it to be all j ouclaim ir ittind is quite satisfied
at itas equal to any other machine of twico the e ask this
p vou oe one
The case too is exceedingly handsome and very 11 finished I am yours
lrui E L MOURAXT
1 lo JL a
wSaThctoughly renovated and under the new managenent made the beat
sample rooms recently secured Commercial travel fspectaUy soliciteil
HOTEL
Formerly with the Leland N Y MANAGEB e W B
Fort Woisth Drug Co
We
capital steel 100000
wpSEWMGMACfll
brewers and BOTTLERsj t OneHalf Price
HighArm Singer the Finest and Best Made Ma
chine of the Singer Pattern in the Market
Manufactured for the Gazette
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS I
New and Greatly Improved
Bear in Mind that These Machines are Thoroughly
Made and of FirstClass Workmanship
61 FOR ONLY 24
70 FOR ONLY 331
OUR OFFER
To every mail subscriber of The Scsdat Gizhttk we will send
the HighArm Improved Singor and paper one j ear for 23 and
to every mail subscriber of Jie Daily Gazktte we will send the HighArm Improved
Singer and paper one year for J33 or Daily six months and the machine for 2350 pur
chasers pay freight Weekly Gazette one year and machine 21
Every machine warranted for five years Address all orders and remittances to
GAZETTE Fort Worth Texas
S20 TO 25 CAN BE SAVED
SAVEDHowe
Howe Tex ilav 121891
Democrat Pubhoning Company Fort Worth Tex
Deap Sir In answer to yours of recent date in regard to sewino machine
boitijlit of you can recommend the machine As to ork it does equal to any
niKhpncetl and is neatly finished runs light and we can recommend the ma
chine to all those in need of a good machine You can save 520 to Si by one of
hese machines and you will be well pleased with vour bargain Yours truly
Howe Tex Box 31 A G Maicvel
AS NEAR PERFECTION AS F0SSIBLE
Flatoxia Tex May 13 1891
The r t rr
Gazette Fort Worth Tex
The machine received in good order and is pronounced a jewel by myself and
neighbors It is as near perfection as it is possible for anything to be In fact
only one fault could be found and that is the thread post is too short Yours
respectfully MrS a Haxover
FIRST CLASS IN ALL
To the Fort Worth Gazette
RESPECTS
Tulia Tex May o 1891
Gentlemen The HighArm sewing machine is all you ciaira for it It it
hrst class in every respect It is as good as one my win paid 37 or on the sama
nay 1 received it Ao one can be dissatisfied with it at the price paid for it
Truly youis J A Scott
WELL PLEASED WITH IT
Tolosa Kaufman County
To the Gazette
Sir My machine arrived in due time and is all or more
mended My wire is well pleased with the work that
respectfully q
Tex April 201891
than you reeoni
it does Your
M PITTMaN
WELL PLEASED WITH IT
Roanoke Tex May 211S91
The Democrat t v r
Pub Co Fort Worth Tex
SIRS I received the HighArm premium sewing machine in due timo and an
well pleased with it It does excellent work and is a noveltv of cheapness
ours respectfully Mrs M L Reynolds
SO MUCH M0RL THAN EXPECTED
Vernon Tex March 211891
The Democrat Pub Co Fort Worth Tex
Gentlemen Th machine came all O K It is a good one so much bettet
than was looked for at so small a price It is just as good as my 45 one anc
jjooks better today and does just as good work as any machine Thanks for tin
bargain in it Good luck to The Gazette Respectfully yours
R P SANDERS
ALL THAT IS CLAIMED FOR IT
Box 65 Vernon Tex March 231391
Democrat Publishing Co Fort Worth Tex
Gentlemen The No 4 HighArm premium sewing machine was received
in good order and my wife finds it to bo all j ou claim for it and is quite satisfied
that it i3 equal to any other machine of twice the price you ask for this one
The case too is exceedingly handsome and very well finished I am your
truly E L MOURANT
AS GOOD AS HIGHPRICED MACHINES
Moody Tex March 231891
Democrat Pub Co Fort Worth
Gents The machine I ordered from you arrived safe and after a thorougi
test my wife says she likes it fully as well as any of the highpriced machines oi
the market now Respectfully R L LAPP
BETOND HIS EXPECTATIONS
Tulia Tex April 61891
To the Gazette
Gentlemen I received The Gazette machine in good ordtir It is beyond
my expectations in finish and is simple in construction and convenience I haTi
thown it to several and they say it cant be beat J F SCOTT
0
With ch of these machines we furnish 1 ruffleiv1 tutlrScSsJEjHrfielmers 1 foot hem
mer 1 screw driver 1 oil can and oil 1 gaugoyjiM lljlfWi 11Mi l 1 1 1 1 1 extra throat plate
1 extra check spring 1 paper nee j Uj8Ss5ull 1 instruction book These articlas
are all included iu the prwtrMi1
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