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Lemon squeezers
THE FAIR
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nf Mens Goofls 500
Ul Ladies Goofis 400
LOGAN ENANS
jiLLWOOLBIYARDWIDE
A quotation often applied
to the best of anything
So then this is our sheep
as we have the best of
everything in our line and
no mistake aboubit
HOW MONEY IS SAVk
24 eheerMnote paper 05c
asehne HOc
liest perflime buLkptf j
ounce i 35c I
Feather flusters 10c
i Hair curlers 10c
Whisk brooms 10c
Bhv rum large bottle25ci
Florida Watei t o 5c
Pears soap V 15c
2500 toothpickS 05c
Pozzoni s face powfler 20c
Bailey s swans down 10c
TliB finprBDepartineflt Offers
XaTwash boiler 75
io 8 waslnboilers 1 00
100 feet galyanizecL
clothes line JO
Galvanized waslftubss 1 00
wash bakinsf 10
ttcjl icr
cream freezer 2
50
50
10
10
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Killod I > v Inle ljm h
Biivwinhium An July 10 A special
from Tuscaloosa sa s t hat Triggs store was
the place of tIk lrilling of a negro Wash
jJoll by a i > osse of white men Wash Bell
> ad bfMU arrested for wife beating and was
asleep in a room above the store with
Officer Cunningham About midnight be
fore the day of his trial a iknsu broke iiio
the store and shot Bell to death ami lied be
fore they could be recognized It developes
that Bell seduced a white girl near the
pi co of his death
ON
TEXAS EXHIBIT
WHEELS TO VISIT
WORLDS FAIR
THE
Tho Citizens or Texas To win Appealed To
Collect at Oner an Kxhiblt to 1 > u
Heady ly July MO
Tvleb Tex JulyS 1S91
To all People of Texas
Fellow Citizens It is well known that
one of the linest exhibits of Texas indus
tries agricultural and mineral and tim
ber and fruits and wool and cotton and
sugar and cereals etc is now being gath
ered and nearly completed from all the
best counties of the state east west north
and south to be put on magnificent railioad
cars constructed caiecial for the purpose
of presenting a bird seve view ol Texas
IteiM the elements of her varied and won
iacrful resources of material power
Hon W B Slosson of New Birmingham
is general manager to whom all communi
cations may be directed i with directors of
enterprising men of the state
It is proposed to leave Waco with this
splendid exhibit on wheels about the Vth
of July for the North western states It is
proposed to remain in these spates west and
north of Chicign for twelve months at
least or longci and go from slate fair to
state fair and from city to city and to in
terior towns urd districts giving to these
people practical object lessons of what
Texas is and is to be to the hardy farmer
stockruiser lumberman fruit grower iron
man or miner grain and cotton and wool
men all growing side by side in the same
generous soil
I have consented at the special instance of
the directors to accompany this exhibit
train J rom about the 2th or tilth of July
for six weeks or two months and to speak
at prominent cities as well as in the
country districts of the Northwest on the
resources and inducements Teas offers to
the industrious immigrant from our own
and foreign lands
While my going involves to some extent a
personal stcrilicn of time of no interest to
others and of hard physical and brain labor
in such an engagement on mv part in hot
summer days instead of an outing on the
mountains and by tli seaside nevertheless
some Texan who was here in auld Sang
sMie and is here today ought to under
take this work just at this time therefore I
have agreed to ro at the instance of the di
rectors
Now my fellowcitizens of Texas let me
respectfully but earnestly urge upon every
counts in this state especially thu > e near
railroad hues to collect at once an exhibit
to be ready bv the 20th imt for this exhibit
train It will enable the managers on
board and the speaker to prave his and
their statements by the actual rcord
Send to us a writeup of sour cities and
counties also
The iron ores and lumlier and otlon
and sugar and Iruits and other great in
dustrial interests must be fuilv repre
sented Kadi counts ought to have at least
one specimen of its various timbers grains
cotton wool vegetable and fruit products
manufacture etc All this is but a lore
runner so to speak of Texas at the great
Chicago exposition Xearlsall the counties
of the state have already appointed Worlds
fair committees having ladies thereon
which is the besl part of the committee of
course These counts organisations act
under direct instructions from President T
J Ilurles Air John T Dickinson and
others as attxiliars to the World s fair at
Chicago in IVJ1 forlexas
It is auspicious thus curlsto notice that
from among the best citizens and brightest
women of the state have been appointed
thi > 5e committees and are at work That
means that tne sJIKIOOO quota for Texas is
safe which divided among the two and a
half million of our people ad valoiem who
own itOOOOOOOO of taxable property at low
renderings would be but an insignificant
ami unfelt voluntary contribution to
great object
But 1 have drawn already too heavv 0
your columns Appreciating as 1 do how
ever your liberal and unceasing efforts as
well as theleias press eenerallvtodevelop
our state I have not hesitated 10 send jou
this earnest though informal plea to Un
people of Texas I have bs this same i > ost
asked similar courtesies of publication of
other leading dailies and weeklies in the
state 1 am vers respectlully vour obed
ient servant llii iium B Huriukk
IETTKK riMlM DIKECTOi MO OX
Sew lliiiMisouAM Tex July 81S91
Jly Dear Sir
Success in preparing the Texas car ex
hibit is assured The funds are pledged
The best speakers in the state including
exGovernor Hubbard are secured 10 talk
of Texas and her resources Tons of Texas
advertising will be distributed in the North
and Hast in the next twelve months K
cursions are to be organized to bring home
seekers back to Texas l > s the thousands
Now m dear sir there is only one thing
lackinga good exhibit from vour locality
It will not cost sou much onls a little hbor
now You have grains fruit soil timbe
or minerals that you would liwe t >
have viewed b the tens of thou
sands who will witness our ex
hibit Also get up a photograph al
bum of vour farms homes and public build
ings Capt J 1 Fairbanks of Denison has
the finest of exhibit or museum jars which
Sou can order at lnauufactur is prices
The railroads have all agreed to ship the
exhibit to Waco Palestine or Donison free
We will also furnish free tho linest of la
bels onlv give us the name of the article
and person furnishing the same aud ship to
us Your locality cannot afford to lose this
opportunity of advertising your enterpris
ing citv
Can I rely on you to promptly act In this
matter Will you kindly advise me bs re
turn mail whether your locality will send
an exhibit Sincerely yours
W B Slosson
Director
Kipre Oflleials Xot Talkinr
St Lons JIo Tulv 10 The package
containing the f > 000 lotters prize which
was lost between here and Xew Orleans
while in the hands of the Pailllc Express
companj has not been found nor have ar
rests bien made yet Superintendent
Fuller refused to state whether Messenger
Clem Kellogg had been reinstated aud said
he had no information about the matter to
furnish the public
Tin soiaxD tkiai
Jeftepson Citv Alo July 10 Xothing
new has developed in the Noland trial The
evidence is practically the same as given at
the lirst trial The case will probably be
Usedfin Milli6ns of Homes 40 YearStfie Standard
APure Cream of Tartar Powder
Superior to every other known
delicious Cake and Pastry Light Flaky Biscuit
Griddle Cakes Palatable and Wholesome
No other baking powder does such work
Denver
THE GAZETTE FT WORTH TEXAS SATURDAY JULY II
given to the jury tomglir Both sides are
confident of victory while outside opinion
is that the jurs will disagree
A Duel Without liloml
Special to the tiazcttc
Gixe vime Cooke CorxTY Tex Julj
10 J It Hill watchman for the Santa Fe
road at this place and AY S OBrien the
yardmastcr had a difficult in the yards
this morning shooting at each other six
times apiece about twenty feet apart bu
neither was hurt The trouble grew out of
Hill examining some freight cars which
was objected to by the yardmaster The
railroad men are generallj reported as
having it in for Hill as they regard iiiin as
a spoter He has been in the service of
the company here for seeral months aud
during that time has made several arrests
WHERE THE MONEY GOES
HOW THE FOREIGN SYNDICATES
ARE DRAINING TEXAS
Kvery Cent of Interest Kept in the State
What Alay be Impeded If the Alien
Law htamls
Desiring to get some information from an
authoritative source a Gazette reporter
sought Al > II Silliman manager of the
Land and Mortgage Bank of Texas who
represents foreign capital aud asked him
what the aunual drain of money from Texas
to his company in England amounted to
1 am glad to have sou ask that ques
tion said Air Silliman for it cnahles me
to answer a great many men who are asking
it The company 1 represent has been
making loans in Texas for six sears Y JfJ5
have now more than iORiOlH loaned oitfpi
In thoe six vears we have collected a great
deal of interest hut not a cent of it has left
the state of Texas As fast as it was paid
it was reinvested here loaned to other bor
rowers That is tae way it is draining
inones out of Texas AIv companj has put
J00O000 in Texas and has taken none out
of the state Last month we loaned out
13 > XJ0 over ilOOCHO of this amount bein
in Fort Worth Of course we have now
quit lending since the alcn land law shut
us out and if it is not repealed or modilied
we shall bo forced in selfprotection to
call in our loans in the next eight months
or so we shall have to call for about 00000
that matures
As a further item of information said
the reporter I should like to know what
amount of land vour company holds under
forecloseure
That makes a vers startling showing
replied Air Silliman with a smile This
alien land company that 1 represent is
gobbling up lauds vers greediiv Wehae
been in business for six jears we have
loaned over 0 < 0000 covering more than
a million acres of land and in that time we
have had to foreclose on four or live moit
gages Whatever land came into our pos
session in that was was disposed of as soon
as we could ge out of it the money it cost
At present we hold onlv two pieces of land
including not more than 00 or 400 acres
as the result of six years of business ami
we are now negotiating to sell this land
and will get lid of it as soon as we can find
some bodv to take it off our hands and paj
us what it has cost us
DR 1 A HUNTER SPECIALIST arf
In Ailments df the Throat Lungs > jf irS
catarrh and ilealna sw nu their treat
ment Iw wwtWffieil oxygen and chlor
utions State your s vmptoms or
write for list of questions and pamphlets
No lb St Charles street New Orleans
None but ten jeara ohj > B n < of Nelson
whisky secvedoidrtlfe Mansion bar
vStOcls <
Olallkimls l l
Of Jfirstclasa butters in stock
Ayruniei Djnge e s
v
jJi
1 street
itrj
ffl for t lie round trip to DeiivoJA j8o blr >
and Colorado Springs viasliiHsrvorth and
Jl eJ oiwftoTAlain
TWO IKS
If von place sour advertisements in a pa
per of large circulation like T111 t vzhtte
which is lead bs the people who after all
arc the life of trade
YOU WILL MAKK MONKY
It
jou will send to us for our rates which are
leasonable and the samo to evervbodj we
will prove to sou that no journal in the
South can
< SIVi IKTTtit RETUltXS
String beans
Green corn
Tomatoes
t abbage r
J5cet
ateijneioBs
jtitaioui > fc
eldj
And i
feverytning
In tle vegetable line
Fresh overs morning
At Turner Dinge e s
I 1
THEY DIDNT PRINT
Catholic Tapers Iall to Contain Anytliins
About the rulieiiilfV Tjetter to
Pi in XIII The He a mi n
St Louis Mo July 10 It has been no
ticed that during the agitation brought
about bs the Cahcnslcy letter to 1ius
XIII no information on the subject w is
printed in the Catholic papers The reason
for this is explained bv the fact that when
the wave of dissatisfaction caused bj the
cabled announcement of the memorial and
its projects had subsided an order emanat
ing from the American Catholic press asso
ciation was sent to their ljoman correspond
ent bidding him drop the Cahensles matter
entirels and write nothing about the move
ment to appoint a nirional bishop in tho
American church A prominent church
man who draws his information from most
reliable sources is authorits for the state
ment that the promoters of the scheme
paring that outspoken disapproval of the
American people would reach the ea s of
the pontiff and prejudice their cause tried
to hush things up until they put the nattcr
through At Rome the interest taken in
the matter bs the dailj pajiers and a few
religious papers outside of the association
frustrated their design The order as
conseyed in the letter was written bv the
editor of the Press association Couile B
PaUon of this city His reasons for writ
ing the order are not plain He is not a
German nor is he supposed to be under
German inllucnce Several of the local
clergy thought that the order had been is
sued at the request of the Germans who
were heartily ashamed of the whole matter
and anxious to have it die out The letter
however was written at the very outset of
the movement and before dissatisfaction
had become widespread As Air Pallen
Condo B Pallen who wrote the letter is
not in the citj at present his views on the
matter could not be learned
Minister Donglnss Interviewed
New York July 10 Aliuister Fred
Douglass has been interviewed by an Age
reporter and sass that the idea that a white
man could win more favor of Hayti than a
colored man could is erroneous as Hayti
does not care a cent for either Hasti lias
had a dozen white diplomats to one colored
and has jet to show a hairs breath mora
deference for a white than for a colored
man He adds Hasti is progressive
Sawmill Burned
Special to tho Gazette
Giadewater Grego Cocxtt Tev July
11 Henry Farrells sasvmill located four
miles east of Gladewater together with a
large amount of lumber was destrojed by
lire last night Loss about 3000 noiasur
ance
Next Saturday and
Monday will be the
appointed time for
WELTMAN BROS
sss
great jjprtWflis
cflUnf sale of c °
cent
usual prices on
T
C GEROM
DEALER
iai istati
f
per
off
their
entire
stock of boots shoes
and slippers
505 Houston street
sri
ESTATE
Corecswfflfcnftt ll rercive prompt attention
tiiWteiAHKXDOV THX
icnlioii the Fort Worth Gazette
jOST II1S GRIP
By hiking Azlcc Sf > ani You ci
lose your grippe every time I
CASH IN ADVANCE
To Insure Duplication I11 The ae tpi
all advertUemeats recilBEB < nlce
rauet t > o ft tiu jiffriTif l > y tho cash except
Ut ctlsca nlicru coutractd < xit
Iazeite who do not pav for same
by the 10th of the mouth ill hs
> Gareltr Circulators OEci
Tliose who wish to subscrihe o sg ft
subscriptions to 1 li FjVLj tlH W iWffyTit
zrTTB will pea ja 9Wrsur ottiee 101 Alain
ll iMbjlMil f T11 AVeatherford and First at
WxC Spriiikles fruit stand Respectfullj
B F and J B Spuixkie
Citv Circulator
COTTON STATEMENT
Inly Keturni Show an Increase of Three
Iolnts in the Conilltiun of Cotton
WasUIXrton Juls 10 Keturns to the
department of agriculture indicate that the
average of tho cotton crop has advanced >
points throughout the entire belt The
condition liy states is as follows Virginia
77 Xoi tli Carolina 0 Georgia ST Florida
C4 Alabama s7 Alississippi 01 Louisiana
IK Texas C > Arkansas i3 Tennessee bi
Ice Ice Ice Ice
On and after Mondaj the lutfeyB 5
Fort Worth n n 1 ini MMB l
the jtji m M packers at 40
ion or delivered at 30 cents per
100 Geokge 1 Biiisot
Cicncml Alauager
Teeth without
Alattison corner
How the Irople Can Save SlT on a First
Class Sewing Machine
A sewing machine is a household neces
sits and when a firstclass machine equa
in all respects to other machines can be
bought for onehalf the money it is th
part of wisdom and ecouonij to save the
useless expenditure Indies who wish to
buy a lirstclass higharm No 4 sewing ma
chin can ste such a machine at Tue Gaz
ette business office and they can bus such
a machine for onls Sit if they subscribe to
the weekls daily or Sunday Gazette
The Gazette invites the ladies to calL
treatinirvourself at home utU nr r
steam generat e rsmipie and
ec j tt rtcTa sure cm e for La
uiippe as well as Consumption
Ilay Fever and all throat and lung
troubles Call or write Aztec Med
icine Company 50G liusk Street
Fort Worth Tex
Mention the Fort Worth Gazette
cut off from the subsciiptionj ia f
without Iurtits v i i f com
iled tflj A fgYcVypaper we take from
sfc fllcoaiid it is impossible for us to 10
this unless we are paid This rule will
have no exceptions
B F J B SrnisKiE
CiLv Circulators
AMUSEMENTS
To enable all who have been deterred on
count of the crowds that patronize the popular
eveningconcerts a
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS LAKE
to rnjos these plcaan
entertainments
PROF AULTS FULL BRASS BAND
FROM 730 TO 104O i >
Kntire change of programme each night
La t car leaves Arliuttia Ileig
fS0SEDALE STREEi
at 11 p in
connect with Arlington Heights cars
Good boats for hire
No liquors permitted on the grounds
If the people continue to demand the e and
similar concerts tly will be continued nightly
during the summer
LAST CONCERTS
AmericaiiiLalBs TOrcIiBstta
July 11 and 12
C0M0PARKPAVILI0N
0
Saturday Aftekxoos at 4 OCLOcfiiifi 1
CHILDRE REE
ns3
ySjtfWDAY EVENING ATS OCLOCK
Circulators Notlcr 4i
ll who are indebted to us for the Daily TBENEFIT TO EDWIN BROWNE
SUSDAV APTKfXOOX AND 1VENISG
SACRED CONCERTS
Programme expres1 arranged for the da >
= JXJILI 5r 2 3 =
The Ladies Orchestra will onena season of
POPULAR OPERAS
at Cotnn Park Pavilion which is ueinj
refitted for the occasion
Admission 25c Children 15o
What is worth hearing is worth paying for
DR
m OCULIST
plates JJrspo
rjj jiWtJrfffii streets
THE GAZETTE MACHINE
0
The enthusiastic and ajipreclative audiences
that hmegrceted the imks Ou iitsrilA tes
tify to their merit and demand their remru
Mf
0
SlEtIAIlTs
FRANK GRAT
ignW
Practjc a diseases of the Kjc Ear
roat C or Mh and Main Sts
Alention the Fort Worth Gazette
Pik FTctnlna 3nd all disease of the rec
> turn without detention from
business
Urethra Strictures SJJJJ cuttIns cr
Gonorrhoea Syphilis fJx
orsans Office
570 MAIN ST FT WORTH TEX
Mention the Fort Worth Gazette
der regu
Houston
ATTRACTIOI SALE GONTmUEB THIS WEEK
Last Week
Every Departm
AT
Of everything must be
prices or in other words
mecessor to R C Evans
0
Slausrhtering
nt Our
Prices Rule
unlOa ied at sacntscmg
at 25 PER CENT LESS
than any other clearing sale Theseare bona fide
facts and no humbug Please bear in mind that
we will at all times live up to our advertisements
and only promise what we can afford to do
We intend to make grand improvements for the
coming fail and for that purpose must
To make room Come early and buy yourself rich
at unheardof prices
f
First
Mail
w <
J
The Weekly GAZrj
tisement fq
fcnKce sor to B C Evans Company
Houston and Main Streets Fort Worth Texas
orders will be sent C 0 D or on receipt of money order
fBUY A
Doctor McCoy
Rectal and fienitoUrinary Specialist
Female i
PISKASFS
Wholesale and JMaz1
IxoKoe t adver
EACH 500 Mens Derd Hats
in black light and dark colors
Regular price 250 See dis
play in Main Street window
AILl JLX JL xTjl i JL
In Carload Lots
Fort Worth Ice Co Fort Worth Tex
DO YOU WANT TO
3
ARGAIN
We offer for thirty clays only one of the best Hour aii > l
corn mills combined roller system and laJ t HiprSffSftt5 ina
thinery eighty barrels capa i t StSf mToTniscin counts
surrounded by a u eawrtnvin g country The machinery
in the iUj lo lOO and we oiler the entire property
ffW Wro making you a present of snoo Just think of
tff You can make it out of this year s crop of wheat Mill
will be placed in good running order in twenty days after
sale is perfected This is indeed a bargain Terms of ala
can be obtained bv writing
P A HUFFMAN CO
615 Main Street Fort Worth Tex
MENTION THE FORT WORTH GAZETTE
Subscriber Jot
SI per fear
SWeekly
> sM
Gazette on y
800 Ladies Extra Long Sateen Cor
sets wHjte gjjgfiCy tan gold and laven
L See in
eet window
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