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Highest of all in Leavening Power U S Govt Report Aug 17 i88g
GREENWALLOPERA HOUSE
Thursday October 1
ONE NIGHT ONLY
FLORENCE BINDLEYS
GREAT HEAUSTIC COMEDTDRAMA
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QOOODOOCOCOOCOOOOOOOOOOOCO
WITH THE OHIGIN4L CAST
Magnlllccnt scenery and realistic effects em
ployed in theoplienomeually successful run of
J0 nights at the Academy of AIlsic New York
City The new Henley regatta Mene real
boats racing shells steam launches on i rlrer
of real water George Osmer the populpr oars
manin the winning shell The Herbert brothers
Americas famous athletes The Dark Secret
Quartette in local selections Miss Kdlth Fis
fett Tilton in fancy dances Seats now on sale
ut box ofllce
Coming Monday and Tuesdaj Oct 5 and 6
KATIE IPTTTSrAL
m kIMAYERKUHN
Maintains its reputa
tion for having none
but Srstclass liquors
wines imported and
domestic cigars also
the best and coolest
Kort Worth beer on
tap The iinest lunch
in the city consisting
of tho choicest delica
eiefof tho Northern
market <
Kind ana rompt at
tPhtioir to nil Bnstomr
efs r
Hot Lunches at all
hour on short notice
j JUHi ifriSlij
and drink I PATEKT J I dont but I
ICabinoIIall f ROTARY FANS am going to
BERLINER WEISS BEER
Kear Cor 1 Mrdand Houston Sts Kort Worth
SPECIALISTS
Doctor McCoy
Rectal and GeiiiloDrinary Specialist
J
EYE EAR N
rR FRANK GKAY
ases of the re >
thout detention f rone
Wal Strictures JutfugcuttIn
Gonorrhoea Syphilis l f o l
rgans Office
510 MAIN ST FT WORTH TEX
Mention theFort < Worth Gazette
DR FRANK M MULLINS
gOrVf WOiTH TEX
OSE AND THROAT
V Mention the Fort WortfLGjzotie
DR H F FISH i
EYE EAf Hff ttffCAjARffH
BuarautooS isfaction in fitting glasses and
Axuficlal Lyes 5thand Houston Sts rrTWortb
Mention the Fort Worth Gazette
OCU LIST AWCf U R 1ST
PracUui WSiried to diseases
of the Kye Kar
and throat Cor 5th and Main Sts
Mention the Fort Worth Gazette
heal estate
AILLH PRICE CO
Land and Colle
tiers of Land Titles
Correspondence solicited
SEYMOUR TEXAS
Mention the Kort Worth Gazette
r C GERON
DEALE
CO
p SvLes
C OOOOCOOOCGOOOOOOOOOO OPO
Overflowing with startling surprises replete
with fun laughter singinc dancing and origi
nal music beats non on sale j1 box office
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 and 3
6rsrd Walnee Saturday at 2 pm rts9fZ
A Production Never B gsEfftifffod
C B JEFFERSQMflttitwi ERLANGERS
AQUATIC SPECTACLE
S t
ESTATE
nee will receii e prompt attention
CLAEKNDOK TKX
Mention the Fort Worth Gazette
CASH IN ADVANCE
To i nr publlcatlgjj jSSJiSSiS Oaxette
til nil i in llmnjpj TiWiili i 1 1 at thu oBlcm
iJ JiiiW ffrnrnp by tlio cadi except
ta casts where contracts exist
>
Girette Circulators Office
These who wish to subscribe 01
the Fortv
subscriptions ff5ceT04 Mam
iznx will please caU
Street betwe rtfSathcrford and First at
rruit stA = i
B F asd J B Sprinkle
City Circulator
Victims or Prairie Fires i
TOiKAMSKWT N J Sept Georw >
W Johnson and son were cremated by the
Emmons county prairie fires at Beaver
creek and an old man named Tabor was
seriously burned hear he Three men
rere burned at Holland a settlement
thirtyfive miles from hero
SENATOR INGALLS TO MAKE A
TOUR OF TEXAS
TVIll Probably Invrst Some of His Surplus
Cash Kxhlblt Cars at Leavenworth
and Kansa City
Kansas Cut Kan Sept 251891
To the Gazette
Our route lrom the state fair of Kansas
atTopekd to St Joseph Mo where I
wrote you last was via Atchison to Leaven
worth and Fort Leavenworth Kan At
Atchison I met cxScuator Ingalls who in
formed me thathe would arrange to make
a tour of Tesas in November and as he
said would learn from personal observa
Slon soiilethinjr of the resources of that
great state He in common with all tho
great agriculturists of the country is
deeply interested in deep water at Galves
ton having voted for the 0200000 appro
priation for deepening the harbor at that
place He will visit the principal cities of
the state and will doubtless become pecu
niarily interested before leaving
At Leavenworth a manufacturing city of
30000 people we were through the cour
tesy of the Union Pacific officials placed on
the sidetrack of that road in the heart of
the city where we remained three days
receiving a constant stream of visitors who
were delighted as usual with the exhibit
and to whom we furnished a lprge amount
of Texas reading matter Among the visit
ors here were Messrs John and E P Wil
son proprietors of the great Wostern stove
works and ironworks of the same name
They showed us piled up near their works
carloads of Texas iron from New Birming
ham which they declared to be the best
iron in America for stoves and structural
work We were also visited by Mr Whit
taker president of the Union stove works
who examined critically all of our Texas
products
He is now negotiating to move his entire
stove plant to Texas having already visited
a number of Texas cities with a view to re
moval He employs 105 operatives in his
Leavenworth works
Mayor Hacker aud the city council also
twere among our visitors and became much
interested in what they saw The uiayor
issued a special order to the chief of tho
tire department to give an exhibition drill
oft his department which was dene The
horses are so perfectly drilled that at the
V first ring of the gong they leap beneath the
llarness and are ready for action The
r 4 fexans enjoyed this little programme very
much as by it they saw oue of the most
efficient fire departments in the United
States
The Leavenworth Times the oldest daily
in the state gave us writeups of Texas
and the exhibit each day of our stay
in this connection it ma3 be well to state
that this feature of the Texas car exhibit
is not the least of the most efficient modes
of our advertising Since we left Texas
we have received and preserved write
ups in the daily press of the country
amounting to over G0O0 lines
Leaving Leavenworth on the 22nd we ar
rived in Kansas City Kan formerly
known as Wyandotte which now has over
forty thousand > eople and is the
Kffgest city in Kansas We nwere placed
at the foot of Minnesota avenue the most
desirable location to be had in the city re
maining two days and tomorrow we will
be placed by the Missouri Pacific road at
the Union depot in Kansas CitjVMo a city
of 13T000 inhabiauts For four or live
days from this date we will be in Kansas
City aud adjacent towns in Kansas and Mis
souri doing the legitimate work of our
mission outside of state fairs stopping at
smaller towns where all the people
come out to see us and take to their homes
Texas literature
Our working force of six men the same
in number as when we left Texas are em
plojed every hour of the day and often far
into tho night entertaining comers and
handing out ad ertising matter Our further
plan being while in motion on the train
to leave at every station passed a bundle of
advertising matter for the agent to hand
out accompanied by a letter to the editori
of the local paper with a descriptive circu
lar of tho car and its objects
After leaving Kansas City on or about
October 1 our route will be via Sedalia and
Jefferson City Mo and other towns on the
Missouri Pacific road to the St Louis ex
position and fair
From St Louis we may make a hurried
trip to the Texas state fair at Dallas to
replenish our exhibits and then continue
our work for the other ten months of the
J ear
Through he kindness of the general pas
seuscr and ticket agents of the roads hav
ing Texas connections I will be able before
long to report to you about the number of
jxcurbion tickets to Texas sold by those
loads during September
We are also distributing daily hangers of
the different roads advertising cheap ex
cursions to Texas which is directly in our
line of busings F
That tired
tirely overcom
which ghes
Best grades I
Hard and soft coal
Aictor Coal Co
S SPotts M
g nqg croften heard of is
cods Sarsaparilla
bodily strength
V
land Pecan
none SOo
Office Third and Main
lPhone229
To All Constables
Stolen One bay horse eight 8
old fifteen 13 handsJi gdtMWRfTOot
split paces anuipMH oDrand Also
1 1 iLli iih < WVl made by M Watson
teT Tex Address all information to
D S Ake Constable Taylor Tex
To Consumers of Coal
You will subserve your
save money and annoynnCAjdtlSr Cttlng our
PKiCESon McAudpMfrciml Brier Cheek
lump ac l9WrTWorth Fuei c V F
jStceWart manager Office Ninth and Rusk
streets Phone 184
Liberated by Masked Men
Chetesxe Wto Sept 23 A band of
masked men gagged and chained the keeper
of the Laramie county jail at 1 oclock yes
terday morning and liberated Miller the
Used in Millions of Homes to Ydrs the Staatfari
THE GAZETTE FT WPRTE TEXAS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 29
boy murderer of the two tramps in a box
car and sentenced to death and Parkinson
a soldier convicted of murder in the second
decree Miller was recaptured but Park
inson is still at large
An Arkansas Assassination
Little Rock Ark Sept 23 While
Andrew Gage clerk of Madison countjv
was standing on the back porch of his home
in tae suburbs of Huntsvillo an assas
sin concealed in an outhouse shot eighteen
buckshot into his body killing him in
stantly The assassin escaped and a posse
is in pursuit
To Marry by Proxy
New York Sept 28 Superintendent of
Immigration OBeirne received a letter re
questing him to appoint some one as proxy
to marry a comely young German girl who
was ibout to be sent back to Germany The
request came from Carl Vanhoff at Milwau
kee and was duly attested
FATAL RUNAWAY
A Carriace Containing Four Ladies De
molished Two Killed and the Third
W1U Die One Lady Escapes
Marietta Ga Sept 23 A team of
horses attached to a carriage in which were
four ladies ran away The driver and one
lady jumped out and the cairiage struck a
stump and was demolished killing Miss
Mattie Reynolds instantly fatally injuring
Mrs Merritt who died a short time after
wards and seriously injuring Miss Alma
Klopheim who is expected tto die The
party was coming from church when the
accident happened
A BULL MARKET
THE INDICATIONS OF THE PRES
ENT SITUATION
Impossible to Check the Spirit of Buoy
ancy Imparted by the Recent Up
ward Movement in Stocks
New York Sept 20 A surprise has
come at last Missouri Pacific broke
nearly 10 points and the street dis
gruntled at this stoppage of the boom in
prospect holds Mr Gould responsible A
reaction in stocks however was desirable
Tor the prudential as well as speculative
reasons After a rise of 8 to 20 points in
all the active shares tie danger of a sud
den break was imminent and that it did
not occur sooner was simply due to the ex
traordinary character of the present mar
ket The test of a reaction was needed
both for assurance sake and to bring in
new support so broadening the basis for
further improvement Besides active
operators who are important factors in all
speculative movements dislike a onesided
market and prefer progressive fluctuations
For severaldays we have advised our cus
tomers to take profits and the course of
values fully justified this position We are
still firm believers in high prices for it is
as certain as the future can be that the
present movement is far from having spent
its force The public are daily increasing
their holdings and there is material in the
present situation for the most active bull
market seen in years Meanwhile
prudence will be necessary as in future we
look for sharper fluctuations and increased
manipulation
The recent upward movement on the
stock exchange Iproved irresistible Noth
ing equaling it either in force or character
has been seen in years Based ou the
soundest of all foundations the profuse
generosity of nature and a healthy national
prosperity it is evidently impossible to
seriously check the spirit of buoyancy thus
imparted In the course of time it will un
doubtedly run to excess it will also be ac
companied by fluctuations of varying
severity it may be that in some instances
the advance is already beyond reason but
the one great fact remains that of ail na
tions on earth we are this year most won
derfully favored in respect to the products
of the soil With assured plenty at home
and scarcity abroad the farming classes of
the United States have before them a period
of prosperity to which they have long been
strangers Not only the railroads and busi
ness interests generally will benefit directly
from large and paying crops but in another
respect so far not fully appreciated will
they receive advantage The farmers of
the Northwest have for years been over
ridden with debt and the discontent thus
promoted has been at the bottom of all the
injurious currency and antirailroad agita
tions If the estimate that our wheat com
oat and cotton crops will prove worth
2000000000 and there is no reason to
to doubt these figures it is safe to assert
that hundreds of millions of farm mort
gages will be paid off in part or full
Lenders have had such unpleasant exjieri
ences with this sort of security that they
will be glad to regain their money and
borrowers will be equally eager to escape
the heavy inteiest charges which swamped
hardearned savings Contentment will
succeed discontent amongst farmers and
we shall hear less of the crazy currency and
silver agitations which have held capital in
fear and trembling the last few years For
the Farmers Alliance there will be no
further use whatever and we may also
hope for more decent treatment of railroad
interests from the various state legisla
tures On tho other hand the capital re
leased from farm mortgages must find in
vestment some where and this as already
said is a point often overlooked in estimat
ing the future demand for stocks Such
influences as these are at the bottom of the
present movement and account for the
stubbornness with which the public are
holding fast to stocks
Another feature of strength is the for
eign buying of American securities opin
ion regarding American investments is
again changing in their favor for the obvi
ous reason that they afford safer and bet
ter returns than those of any other coun
try besides possessing a ready market at
all times for their sale The threatening
Spectof European politics only serves to
strengthen this feeling for while a sud
den crisis might cause temporary realiza
tions it is well understood that the United
States would in the end suffer least of all
nations in such a conflict and that there
fore her securities would be the most de
sirable investment England has usually
been our best buyer but French purehasi
have lately been a feature and even tl
Germans are reported to be increasing their
holdings This means still larger imports
of gold than would have been sent simply
in payment of our grain and cotton We
may look for some resistance especially
from the Bank of England to our import
ing gold but that the precious metal will
have to come in large sums is inevitable
Our wheat and other exports will demand
gold in settlement and if it pays the for
eigners better to hold our stocks than gold
they will take the former and return the
latter as indeed they are already freely do
ing All the best authorities in Europe
unite in saying that the United States will
draw heavy sums of cold from Europe and
nearly tS000000 will shortly arrive This
is important in view of the firmer tendency
of the local money market Call loans have
been steadily advancing and the increasing
probabilities of manipulation vended to
check the rise in stocks Should gold con
tinue to arrive as freely as at present ex
pected the chances of any protracted strin
gency in money will be greatly lessened
Heset Clews
KILLED HIS LANDLADY
Because She Ordered Him to Leare the
Premises
Hexdersos Kt Sept 23 Charles
Johnson shot and killed Mis Emma Hop
Una his landlady because she ordered him
to leave the house on account of ungentle
manly conduct He left but returned for
his trunk and while she was standing with
her back to him shot her She turned and
he fired a second time the bullet striking
her in the forehead killing her instantly
A GRAVE ROBBED
A Coffin Ordered and All the De
tails of a Funeral Arranged
Office or 1
The SuPERrrriKDEST of Educatiok >
Paris Kt Oct 71S73 1
James A Hunter II D
Dear SiR The box of medicine for Mrs
P arrived today and the larger bottle of
Ixhalent was broken Please send
more or a prescription
In your letter you ask Do you think she
is any better than she was w hen she com
menced my treatment Mutt dtcliicdly yes
When she began your treatment she had
been confined to her room seven mouths a
mere skeleton given up by her physjeian
unable even to bear the weight of thabed
clothes or walk across the room SYom
thai time and condition she has slovvg but
steadily improved until she weighs bout
115 poundsfean work at light work 1 day
and walk film two to four miles with little
trouble
We have entire confidence and feel very
certain that jpu will cure her entirely in
time I shouml state also that sb has lost
most of the vmlble signs of coujSumption
such as hectic wushes sunken ftes pecu
liar shape of tie mouth and linger nails
shortness of breath sunken chejft etc
The eyes are 4ore full chest expanded
and she breathes aturally almost as long
as I do a man inVxcellent Jjcalth and of
good size
Your treatment s been jftiineutly scien
tific and entirely sUBcessfijlf Most respect
fully SjS Puckett
Superinndpt City Schools
Granting tho Irivild
A
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Pah
Jas A Hunter M D j
i of Publication
KT Oct 181875
Dear Sir Yours 0 th 14th instant re
questing permissionSo puklish my letter to
you of the 7th instiht inYregard to Mrs
P s health was received
Had I known yoj wished p publish it I
should have described tlfe case more
particularly ancj also stateemthe fact that
the case had beep treated entMely by cor
respondence jjOu having nefcr seen her
either before oi since you begto treating
her f V
You have pprfect liberty to pfcblish it
and also the further privilege of deferring
any doubting or hesitating persoV to us
and wo will take pleasure in anVrering
their questions Most respectfully
S S PotKhl
Superintendent of City Schools
Still Well After Ten Years
UNION CENTRA LIFE INSURANCE COMPAN
Lynciihurc Ohio Jan 23 1
James A Hunter M D
Dear Sir Yours of the 21st inst mak
ing inquiry as to Mrs Pucketts health if
living received in due time Wo are happy
to be able to report to you that she is not
only Uvtng but we firmly believe that her
lungs are and have been entirely well foe
several years She has not taken any med
icine for the lungs since you quit treating
her about eight or nine years ago and she
has gradually acquired more and more
physical strength Most truly
S S Puckett
Comments
Fort WoRTn Tex Sept 231891
Yesterday I received a letter from Mrs
Pucket She is still robust This is but
one of thousands such cases in my practice
I could fill these columns with their details
but I think a few like the preceding should
be sufficient to convince the public that this
systemof
meqicated oxygex ixhalatiom
is the most remarkably efficacious remedy
before the world at the present day
It seems astounding that people should
continue to suffer and die from consump
tion while such a hopeful meaui of relief is
to be obtained Respectfully
Dr James A Hunter
Pickwick Hotel Fort Worth Tex
Fort Worth Fuel Co
Will furnish you always genuine
tfk Brier CKEEKI yiu TarKATE and
AXTUiuciTjy aJeWUfflowest cash prices
andj roBSplKaellvery Office Ninth and
Slrstrcets Phone 1S4
a week In the Concho coun
attend the Third Annual Fair at Sal
Angelo Tex October 5 to October 10 Fine
racing on the fastest track In the South grand
balloon ascensions and parachute drops from
one mile m the air exciting roping contests
brass tiand concert every day Fine stock ex
hibit like advantace of the cheap railroad
rates to see the West For particulars address
CHAS F POTXE2 SECBVT1BT
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Watch the Reports From the Great SeaporJ
of Texas
THE VELASCO LAND SHARKS
Fashionable Dressmaking
guarantee Satisfaction in
every respect Prices reasonable
Call and see Opposite Postofdce
Reaaan McDill
0
Wholesale and Retail
FORT WORTH ICE CO
TELEPHONE NO 200
Released from thetiaartls
St Stephen N B Sept 23 Three men
with blackened faces intercepted the escort
who was taking to jail Tom Mahoney con
victed of keeping an illicit liquor establish
ment and broke jail The men covered the
escort with revolvers and compelled them
to liberate the prisoner who escaped across
the border The men are said to be well
known American desperadoes
Keep This In Your Mind
1 We are always glad to see
2 Xo trouble to shqv
3 If you donjfc
kl for it3 > J i
V ivw Cowest prices 1
tfnat jou want ask
for best goods
5 A full assortment always on hand
C To please our cuStomers is our greatest
elight J P N ices Co f
511 Main street
CoalCoalCoal
Thev celebrated genuine McAllister
Coal Lump Nut and Slack
° w ° r
n
Onita and Piyalr JT r > and
EnglislLjJcKlli cual at the lowest cash
Frrc TFoit Worth Fuel Company W F
Stewart manager OiMee Ninth and Husk
streets phone 1S4
Given Final Instructions
Boston Mass Sept 2S A branch of
Russian nihilists here last evening cave
final instructions to the members chosen to
convey dispatches to headquarters in St
Petersburg and brng backcomplete details
of the political situation there A member
was formerly exiled in Siberia and escaped
to the United States about four years ago
Notice to Purchasers of Black Diamonds
Remember that we are soi
the old reliabloAJ rtMIVTTll and Bpieii
Creek Uv j tS A respectfully solicit
ors for the same Fort Worth
uel Co W F Stewart Manager Office
Ninth and Rusk streets Phone 1S4
We dont want the earthy
ant your patron
J P Nicks Co
Scription druggists oil Main streeti
lie G w
McGregor texas
We are now offering the above at extremely low figures and in
tending purchasers will find it greatly to their advantage
call and see us or write for prices
RUBBERANDi
less than cost and freight
BELTING
ER STATE GRAIN DRILLS
Call and see the latestimproved styles with steel frames and steel
wheels These drills are unsurpassed by any on the market and
have been in the front rank for the past twentyfive years Circu
lars and prices mailed on application
ID
Fort Wortli Texas
EXPOSITIONS AND KA1KS
Fourth Annual Exhibit
HOP THEE
SOQIATIOnST
Will be held October 6 7 S 9 and 10 Quanah Parker and forty of his warriors will be
one of the features of the Fair Daily war dances and ball playing The youngest Indian
bowshooter will be with them New programmes daily
LIBERAL PREMIUMS
In all departments No pains will be spared to make the Fair interesting to alL The
outlook promises this to be the best Fair ever held here
M B RHOADS President
S G 1ESLIE Secretary
CONCHO VALLEY
FAr
Opens October 1 Closes the 8th 9
We desire to call the attention
and citizens generally of t
of our fair JfljJBISS BspWs BEg would i
those who have con
oar past successes
There will be three grand and thrilling
BALIAOON ASCENSIONS
On the 3d 5th and 7th at 4 oclock p m at a
height of 4000 feet
EXCURSI0K RATES OK ALL RAILROADS
Entries will close October 1st at S oclockp
n except for special premiums
For further Information address
C U SlQynVfiecarJPalr ftnwvirtlnn
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But the Undertaker Disappointed and j PERRY NORTHRUP
Death Forestalled
THIS ENTIRE WEEK AT
E BAUMAN
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DATJAS TEXAS
Thirty Departments
Are replete with evcrthing new and novel for early Full w
Gorgeous
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Wraps ladies readymade suits and dress goods All ire
cordially invited to call and see the handsomest and mot
complete retail establishment in the state Souvenirs giuu
to every lady visitor We can please everybody
E BAUMAN
SXJCC3SSOR TO B C EVANS CO
First Houston and Main Sts Ft Worth
CTREDWAR
A few bargains in Pianos and Organs slight vdaiiiag < d
by removal atfire can still be had by calling or writing a
once All the late Sheet Music Special rates to teacher
on music and books
O hi eidward
265 267 Main Street
SPECIAL
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Dallas Texas
vis Knabe Hazel jh
9 Steclr lathuauelr
Sterling and ol t
Pianos Organs nl
fr all kinds
OiisWiei
FI E NE WATER
wClZa watkin JUSIC CO
liJmy < Snnaged > Pianos and Organ at wonderfuHy oW
rmeSfor ne teer to Lispose ofjireistock L
CHAS SCHEUBER CO
0 WHOLESArEffU
rJJJJsjfflera ofrail BestTS Milwaukee Beer
Texas
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H W WILLIAMS CC
Importers VVJj idW Cruggists
WJFACTURERS RATES
BARTERS FOR SHOW CASES AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
fHWSTOI SHEET 1SD C8BIEE THTH AID TH80CITWEI0J FOEI W0 Ifl TEIiS
New TTorh Offloo XiStFlatt Street

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