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TTTE GAZETTE: KOUT WORTH. TEXAS. EJUDAY, JULY 27,
1'ltIDAY MOltNt.NO .IDLY 27.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY
Loving Publishing Company.
TERMS OF SUJiSCIilPTION.
One rear . .
Has boon recently enlaced ami Improved
not valuable for Us dimensions, but
forlhenewalt contains, anil thoGA
y.vrrn: has iloiiionstriitcil its ability
and wllllngnwH to gather nil the news
and furnish space for Its presentation
in acceitnble form.
Tin: Chlcittfo Intrr-Ocean like a
faithful sentinel on the wnlelitowor
i-eesihuiBer in the Inertia thai prevails
In the ranks of Ha tinily and mm mis a
note of warning. It pays "the Demo
cratle parly l orgnnlzini: to the high
est degiee and weaving the web of
,.!(.. etrnnoer UVPrV llllV. Willie tllO
tlVtUIJ .-..w.. .--., T
n(l now cemtntu men columns or rena ... . j t0jnff h,(-
lnrmaitor, made up lrom the cream i or tlie , KeiMUllians Mini i "- .
onTiyaiMonH,jiioitftitfltti)oijeRtaudciicjjivj t jv nothing to strengthen their
..I ...nnr In tlm ivilllitrrkllt tfl SUI"CT1
or limit parts ofihoUultcdBtatosiuid Cmi-
nam: rrco of postal, at tlio following low
Three months Ji
Hlx months - 'A;3
Bnbscrlptlon to dully and weekly M strictly In
advanco, and all pnperH stopped when tune
paid far expires. . .
BnWrlbors dtilrlne tlio nddrcsj of the r
paper chanced will please state In tiioir
Iwmmunlcatlon both tho old auduowud-
Rem" Ly Unifl on Kort Worth. poofflce
money otdcr or registered loiter, ir scut
otherwise we will not bo responsible for
Addrcts, Gaxkttic, Kort Worth, Texas.
Bpeclmeu coplos Mint freo on appllcavlon.
-J7ie i-ovwo I'uiilibiuso Comaxy
mr tilnllhhnt JUanch O.fleet for Cor
gtpondence and the receipt of ulvertlement
ami tubicriptioni, and where flirt of the Com
panj't Iublicallont may aluiayt be found, at
BAM' ANTONIO-iVo. 2J) DolorOiat ttrtel,
AMiSlnllt. . ., , , .
Auhtiw Cbrner Avenue and Halt J) Arc
ttuet, It. ClUtiiTOPilKit Minager,
OOLOitAno C'tTT Et Conn, Manager.
Waco J. K.HriiKKr Marnier.
Wichita i:ai.u-Jo. M. Hohkx.
Postago to bo Paid.
It requires one cent to prepay the
postage on a copy ortlieG.UnrTK; one
......I mi ,li U111I firnwtv -'Hill Iwn
nrufmn tlm Slock Journal. "Where i HliikerH bull-dozing the
two naperrt are enclosed in one puck-1 i,y putting out their tongue to her and
party organization, which of Jate has
certainly been very inclUdem." The
trouble is there Is no one In the J.-O.'n
party that cares to make a race which
has already been decided ugalnit
Osi: of our contemporaries has an
able article this morning on "Female
'r,.i.wr.iiii (iiiKmiiirH." The trentlse
pertains to women who work a, tele
graphy. The word female applies to
the dog species as well as the human
Hptclcs. but a great many people who
have access to dictionaries do notcem
to have encountered tho fact. Ko re
llncd woman feels complimented when
referred to as a 'female.'''-.. Loum
The P.-D. If not hypeicrltlcal is not
anything, for in the very next para
graph in tho iinuo column of the same
paper, wo read, referring to the strike
of the operators, that "the female
mind Is more sensitive, more delicate,
more open to the harrowing influences
contumely," and tlieV'.-D.caiinot ima
gine anyorileal more dreadful tonnon-
Htriking lady than a company ot nerce
or made sport of U an enigma, to me. I
should havo thought It would rather
have born praised and mipported and
tiw fiii or 114 iiiii eai iiuiiiir ivur
mented on in a spirit or friendilncis
and liumniillv. Instead of dlscouiiig;
lug It, T should havo imagined
von would have encouraged it, and
made it tho text for tlio advocacy of a
more extended life-boat service on tlio
American coast. You may rest assured
that when an appeal is made for funds
for the American life-boat Institution
that thedesceudautsof British parents
and porsous who were born In Hrltuln,
but who have adopted Texas as their
lirmw. will nu lrliiillv Miliyerlho to Its
funds as thev do to Hint now aslied for.
In closing, let me say that tho sub-(
serlptlon is a voluntary one, limited to ,
?1 each. It closes on July aist, and
that subscriptions should be sunt to,
... H..I 1 I -I.. I... .11.. nf-
riir itooeri vviiici3,Miiuruiiuiiui:iii. n ".
flee, Texas Kxpress Co., Dallas. Mr.
Amos Is the moving spirit in this mat
ter in Texas, and 1 am merely 0110 to
whom he wiote, asking mo to take
subscriptions In Austin. I gave the
reporters this item as an outside item
of Austin news, and the governor did
not know of It. It was only because
two reporters connected It as nu exec
utive matter that 1 wrote my letter.
Air. Editor, do deal fairly with Items
or let them alone altogether. As you
have" been publicly funny at our ex
pense, I ask you to give this letter an
equally prominent place In your col
umns, it. J. Ki:ndai.i..
1. S. irthcGA.im'K deals in this
wav with items, what encouragement
is there for me to give, or what contl
denceci.n I Iiave In giving, the Ga
zhttk's correspondent news when lie
calls at the olllce? It. J. K.
In tho river his horse tooK ingiu, "
1 0 Wiii thrown from Die saddle among
the herd. Onuoflho cowboys throw
his lasso nhd oatmht his arm nnd by
that means savul him, otherwleo he
.....i.i lmvn Iippii drowned. Jle lost
hi? horse, saddle, brldlo, etc., but af-
recovered llio saddle and
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TEXAS STATE NEWS.
age, It requires two cents, and If an
other paper is enclosed with Hie &lock
ournallt requires three cents.
J'crsom leaving the cliy or the state
during the mmmcr vxonthn can have
the DAILY GAZETTE mailed to
them, postpaid, for $1 per vonih. The
addrcit mag lie changed as often an
desired. The GA ZETTE will b; mail
ed to truvctcrg in Europe, ponlagcprc
pyhl,for J 1.30 per month.
.ritlciliiL' tho slrliiL's of her bonnet
It is more than the female mind can
stand" and tho P.-D. leaves the pub
lic to guess whether tliu female is or
the canine or human species.
Tltr. V tilted States steam tug lMnta
is not valued for her service upon the
seas, but by the number of votes her
presence in thcNorfolk navy yard will
control for AIa honk. The lowest estlt
mate placed upon the tug is one thou
l'irrTY jealousies and persouarproju
dleeMlnd their way into the publiti
business, no mutter who liblds tho!
reins of government, and they urn,
often subversive of thepublie interests!
A local application might bo made of
Si.vn; it lias been demonstrated that
Autiiuk's trip to tho Yellowstone
will lie an actual having to I ho gov-
'''enunont, perhaps it would be a good
'-idea to include tho entire cabinet.
They are of no pnitleullir service to
Hie country where they are.
I3vi:uy evil is said to havo its com
pensating good. The strike of tho oper
ators is annoying and Inconvenient,
hue while It continues them is a bare
possibility that tho reader will not
havo tho returns from tho Now Hamp
shire senatorial election to read every
iWi i ii.
,,'Tui; Chicago 2'imett wants to know
why A'KTiitm cannot go to Yellowstone
Park If ho wants to? There is one
very good reason and that Is that the
people aro paying him FjO.OOO per year
to remain at Washington and attend
'to their business. This ought to be
' mifllcleut rea.soii.
ruusiDKXT Autiumi attiibules all
the blame for thu Yellowstone iunket
hifjtour to luu, HinmiDA.v.' That
that doughty warrior arranged Hall,
and that he goes only a an Invited
gilrst. It don't mailer who arranged
tho trlp-lho people know they have
" i'j me traveling exnenses.
"Wkui: It not for tho fact that Gau
ki I'M) was elected to the prtsldenoy,
In the presence of tho damaging state
ments mado against his personal and
olUclal probity by Itepubllcan olllce
holders and papers It would seem that
tho namo of Annum could not bo
mentioned for the high pluco with
sincerity. It Is on tho record that
Ha via and Shi:hma.v, tho latter at
least being good authority, deslied his
romoval from tho Now York custom
house in order that tho buslines of the
oflice might bo honestly conducted.
The Issue in 1884.
The Democrats who expected to
sweep the country in the next presi
dential campaign with char cut but
nicaningle.-H phrases, such as ''turn
tho liiH-uls out"--"the old ticket"
"the frauds of 1S7G," and ihe like are
reckoning without their hosts. The
people are inclined to support the Dem
ocratic nominees provided they be
well chosen 'and placed upon accepta
ble platforms. They aie weary of Hie
modes mid methods of the Republi
cans, who for twenty years havo pur
sued a policy which In substance was
wholly meant to retain tho olllces in
their possession, and which disregard
ed and Ignored the Interests ofthepeo
pie, but in older to obtain tlio votes of
the masses who have followed the ban
ner of Republicanism, some good and
plausible reasons must be pre
sentedcatch wouls and cam
paign mottoes will not Mifllee. They
will do for dreis parade, but some
thing more substantial must be pre
sented when thu line of battle is
formed. The indictment must not
only contain the charges but also the
speclllcatlons. It must present the issue
so clearly drawn that he who runs
may read. They must show that the
Republicans have not only forfeittd
the ri'lit to thu confidence of the peo
ple, and state particulars. The jobs
and schemes must be exposed. The
Infamies of the tariff; tho burdens of
oppressive taxation; the trilling with
tho treasury for the benefit of favorite
banks and syndicates; the robbery of
the people by rings and cliques hav
ing official sanction must all be shown
up and substantiated with proof and
a reform In these must bo promised in
languugo that cannot lie misconstrued.
Ambiguous declarations, and mean
ingless campaign battle crio,
will not win. TI1030 who aro shout
ing so vociferously 'turn tho rascals
out" had better address themselves to
the work of exposing their rascalities.
It will lm just asinteiest'ngand much
more ell'ective, even If it does not make
as much noise, and is not as showy.
Tlio campaign 13 going to l:c an caiii
est ono and should bo entered upon
with zOal and energy.
RUTAll.UIA JOIINKON mill It. J.
Ki:.vn'Ai,i., the former tho bucolic
statesman from Collin county, and
, iho, latter clerk in tho executive- oflice
at Austin, air their grievances In our
(Solum us this morning. Of tlio two
thH.lftliw nlpelars most childish and
nnreasonaWVe. It Is dollars to dough-
?, nuts that his excellency, the governor,
' does not approve of this kind of ad
. ministration defence. Ills epidermis
. is not as thin as his clerk would havo
Paucity of News.
Pending the strike of the telegraph
ers mid tho consequent shortage of
news, the Gazi.ttk appears reduced In
hl.e, otic column to the pngc, and will
o continue until the volume of news
attains Us normal proportions, and
niorb fcpaco Is required. A paper Is
X Stnte Secret.
Slit: Aly attention has been called
to an editorial In the columns of thu
G.,KTTi:of ihe !i'?d hist, with the
above heading. In that article an at
tempt Is made to bo funny at the ex
penso of the executive olllco generally
and tho governor and his private scc-
reiary particularly. The article is to
written tlu.t it can do the governor
and myself an injustice, and as" there
J are lots of people who nre only too
glad to llud any wt of a peg upon
! which to attack, abuse or ridicule the
.administration, I want you to correct
I that item and say distinctly Unit the
Kuvuimir nun no son oi coil'iecllou
with (he National Lifeboat
AsM'clutlon of tJicut Britain,
and that the MibsrvhiUons asked for in
its aid have nothing whatever to
do with the vaults of the state treasury
Tho National Life Rout Association
of Great Britain is low in funds
CiiUH-d by moio than tho Usual outlays
in couiequcuco of tho unusually dis
astrous storms or last winter. To ic
plete the association's bahuu'o an ap
peal has been miuld to pnrsons bum
under the British flug who have be
come citizens and residents of other
countries. The National Life Boat
Association's bouts ato employed to
save tho lives of every natlouiilliy who
may bo traveling and gi t wrecked on
or near ihoBrltlhh coasts, and tho as
sociation would proceed to tio rescue
ot oiiu nationality as soon as that of
another. Why an obect hi benevo
lent and worthy should bo ridiculed
Ten bales of red pepper In pods,
weigh' ne: 3,000 pounds, were received
at Laredo a few days ago from Mex
ico. Austin Citizen : The tomato cannery
of this cltv is now mittiiiL' up about
KHK) can a day. Seventy hands em
ployed, mostly boys and girls.
Allllcrnuin, Mile Texas represent i
tlve of Texas at the Louisville show,
left San Antonio a few days ago for
Louisville. lie took with him
Hie usual chair made out of cow-
Dallas Whim: Tho cutting of pas
ture fences still goes on in Shackellord
county. It Is the result of the owners
of largo pastures fencing up the water
holes. It will Anally result In a reg
Last week four men went to tho
hoii'-eof an old lady living in Trinity
countv and utter tying her securely,
tried to maku her tell where her money
wa3 by burning her feet. She did not
Gainesville Hesperian: Gus Myers
has a brood or puppies, red Irish set
ters, that represent a go d mine. An
idea of their value is imagined when
it Is kuown that lie win ollero I $U0
,for the choice
Foit Davis Rochet: A disease known
us "black leg" has appeared among
the cuttle of thiscouuty. Air. Charles
Atnble bus lost twenty head from It
nnd Mr. 1L M. Beck with of Pena Col
orado, seventeen head.
The telegraph brotherhood in San
Antonio deny tho Actltious statement
of General Grant's death was Ured as a
signal for the strike. All messages
a-e tent in cyphers, and the instruc
tions to strike were sent in the same
The nunc vendors or Laredo wero
arraigned before the police court and
the milk ottered for sulo was tested
with a Inctometer, nnd out of nineteen
cans six were condemned as being
adulterated with water, one lot beluj,'
half nnd half.
Galveston Print: Tho Sunday law is
being closely observed and much dis
cussed now while the grand jury is in
session. Williin a week the jury will
adjourn and thu Sunday 'law will
scarcely bu thought of except as tho
in noyancu of a week or so.
San Antonio Light; A warrant is
out for the arrest of Air. Ernest Meyer,
who was connected with tlio Tyro
leans, and who was recently married
in Wnco. Tie ubsconded with a lady's
rtuiik, has omitted to repay a loan" of
$2o from Summers it Peterson, and
bus done oilier things that he ought
not to have done.
Bnlrd Clarendon: The Portugese Fet
tlement south of Clyde, wo lenrn, be
gins to show favorably. These people
about twelve familiessettled up
there since last Christinas and most of
them have very Auu crop of corn,
millet, sorghum, Irish and sweet po
tatoes, together with very satisfactory
Sun Antonio Light: A Mexican,
Alphonzo Kodiigue., who di-coveied
$J."i(l In a box a short time bince buried
in Hie ground at Sun Gerouimo, was
in town lust night. Tha money wus
In Amorleun gold nnd silver, the box
being a heavy one about thu i-l.o of a
cigar box. Ho nays money lo the
amount of S3,0(W is buried about the
sunns place, but liu is not certain of tho
San Augustine Saxon: Air. 1 G.
Roberts, of Washlnrton county, who
has been spending a week with rela
tives In our town, Jeft for his home
this morning. Air. Roberts is tho last
surviving sou of the early Texas pio
neer, old Kllsha Roberts, who came to
Texas in 1821 and settled in this
county. Air. F. G. Roberts is there
fore onuoflho oldest Toxnns In the
state, having beou here sixty years.
A Chinese laundryman In Sun An
tonio, who had married a Cherokee
i'ni;m, mm ineioiiowmg vernal ap
plication for divorce lu the recorder'
court the other day. It is not lu legal
form but to tho point Suld Weng :
"Ale heap much mnlleo Chelliklceo
woninn. riho raisco ton-side
unco uiik'u. ane tuKeo me
eorder. Me. Chinee mnnoe.
wnshee.she. Cheliikleo wunk-e (li'httn
idle alio day. Me no llkee; she no
good. Mo wjinteo makeo makce her
divorcee fcamcollkeo Alellkeu woman
i uicaee. ion giimnie uivorcee, me
do your washee."
Austin Xiamman: Ed Blocker, son
i uoi. inooueroi tins city canio near
being drowned iu thu South Platto in
Iscbmdvii, He was in charge of a
huge herd of cattle, nnd when they
leached tho Plattulbev found U, nil n
rise and they had to delay two orthree
wccks lor u to suDside. When it had
gone down enough so Unit they
thought It possible to ford It, they
started tho cattle across,, young
Blocker following on his horse. Wheu
0 LDEN'S LIQUID BEEF TONIC
U j),-onouiff(t hji wires af ;in;-
utrlim.i, nml b;iJltUMndofeopuwo
inrJTiiJwI ', to bo 1ht bent linatcn rnnetly
Appetite, Tahh af llwhij-wj Complaint,
Female V'mljnemnxtrlnJrrttabltUu, M"-
larlalVcrer and maun other dhvte teliera
tontes arerrpilreil-' differing essentially
from all other Href roads ami Tonles.
itImproves the quality of
Incases ot all ctri fc innfrt(Hr.i which
nro associated with aulsri-oVEiusiiED
state Ob" TUK lil.ool. Th05o nil yield
to tuo regulating ami nourlshlnRprop
crtles ot lta t;roat food tonic clemonta.
Itcomponnateafnrtho lots of vitality.
Induced by 0niin ;"" Catarrh or
Jlroilriditnnd U'hroat affcetlans. It
trill remedy J'emlnlno IMilllta and
reimburse- tho Female j'liyl'ino for
tlioso Iohhcs af vitality accompany
ing riitfliiM Jicciiflrti- to thr sex.
Slathers ixuralny their own children,
nnd (Mlrnfo troiiK-u who expect to
bocomo molliors anil iinnu, riyor-...uWilMiv-unhouhlby
nil mcnim ubo
It. Jt trill restore sufferers from.
Mental or Xerrnus Prostration aris
ing trom Orrr-trork, Jirrrsses or
'' vmtractnl Disease. It trill euro
Jhnnkvnnestaml Iho Opium Habit
lor (is tho ftppailto crowa hcalihlor
and digestion moro vlKoroust through
tho uso ot this Tonic, tho unnatural
craving dies nwiy until totally ex
tinct. It lihiuldybenclictal in Liver
Complaints, Malarial refer, and
ALL Malarial Nso; and for tho
debilitating offocts ot i'Yrer of any
hind it hai no equal. It repairs
icaite, improves Diycstlim. and Ap
petite, and alTonls tho Daipeptto In
valid an rosily asstmllabla article
of food; and Is no pleasant to tho taato
that tho most eonsltivo palato will not
THAT THE MEDICAL PROFESSION
and Invalids generally may proiwrly
understand tho merits ot "Coldrn's
TAmild Jteef Uanio," an analysis by
tho i-mluent cUomlat, AllTIIUU UILL
HAS3AT.li, M.U., 1M1.8., ot London,
Uuglaud ; and also en ocdovsoracnt by
tlio cclobr.tted physician. Professor
Hill KHASMCS WILSON, r.K.S.,LL.D.,
ot London, aro labeled o.i each bottlo.
CAUTION. -Colden's Liquid
11EUF TOXIO U an abbreviation ot
lid original natne "COLUnN'SLIE
lllirs LIQUID nXTHACr OF BEEF AMD
TOXIC IXVlOOIlATOn." Kach bottlo bears i
thlsorialnal name a mark ot genuineness
which should always bii observed, as there
are several poor Imitations. Tho superi
ority of lis malorlnla nod cmniosltlou will
bu strictly maintained. Bold by Druggists
gonerally .tl ; 0 bottles for?'. O. N. OIIIT-
TENTOX, OKNE1IAL AOlfr, 115 Vllltou St.,
Now York. Sold Wholosolo by J. J. BCUOTT
It CO., Ualveatou, xoxas.
To tlie Merchants of Jforth'
You can find right at your doors, FREIGHT nln
SAVED, at EASTERN prices, the aijl
uuuijjiuuu aoaui liuiunb Oi
Boots, Shoes and-
At the Immense Establishment'.o(!
P.S "We are strictly Wholesale, and study-life
Interests ot Merchants only.
W. W. KOUTll,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OFFICE No. 13 Main Street. Jtetidence,
iV. ir. Oalhaunanrl T7iirrf Strtett.
1)K. A. J. LA WHENCE.
FOIiT WORTH, TEXAS,
ovvici:.-ln Seatou Building, ovor
nJirmwu'a Qrocory Sioro.
33 3 BJ -uE3 DC m "DC ,
FORT WORTH, 'IEXAS.
OFFICK-Xo. 13 Main Krect. Up Stain.
UaiCS NITUOU8 OXIDS GAS.
J. J. KANE.
Arcliitect and Superintendent.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OFFlCIt-Oeer First XatiQno.1 Hank.
Wans and spectflcatl-.ns with all niodorn
luiprovomonti, lucliullni; estimates of the
cost or every description of buildings In the
Ity or country, fo-tomco Ilox 39. BAH
W. U. Cowan. J. V. Poskt
COWAN & POSEY,
Attorneys at Law, Notaries Publio
Ad Ontrl Ural ts.al. Ilrokers,
SEBTWATER, NOUN OOUNTY, TEXAS,
ABt-nts for Texas Huilrojd I,nnd Spccln
Attention ta Collections, lteforencos: First
Nallouil Hank, Weatherlord; Hon. T. H.
Wheeler. Judge 12th Judicial lllstrlet, Hreckl
onrldge, Tex.; JuJgo J
s. a. ci. irk;
It. KlomliiK, Cisco.
CLARK & SMALLW00D,
Attomeys-ai-Law and Real
COLORADO CITY, TEXAS
vmnf?r0"Cf,:,.Kx-QoV- IU'ortcr, Nkj
vlllo.re,,a.; Hon. J. b. C. 'Atkins,' Paris,
0. ir. KEIMINGT0N,
Contractor and Builder
i ic-ciuriuions ruu Mtlmntca
"inmiim on application.
Offlco and Sho-i on Houston be
.i-lLl. in,. u
The Great Popular Routs of Texas.
At GAI.VICSTON with Mallory LlooStcamert
for ICoy West and Now York; Alor
pau Line for Now Orleans, Indiaiiola,
Corpus ChrKti, Browusvillo nnd Vera
At AltCOLA with I. A O. N. K. U. for Colum
ulanud towns In iiruzorln county.
At P.OSKN11KUO with (3., H. A H. A. Ity
(Htinvet Houto) for Columbus, Welmor
Ilarwood, Lullng, San Antonio, Laredo
Uvaldo and Western Tcxnsiuul MoxJco:
also Tor llbnston and Htnrnnd Cre.seenl
Route, lleauinont.Orniigo.Luko Charles
tho Techo Country, Now Orleans nnd
nil points In tito Southeast, North and
fcast: with New York, Texns nnd JIoxl
can Hallway forWlmrton, Victorin nnd
stations on that lino.
AtnitENHAM with H. &T. C. Ity. for Ileand
stead, Ledbettur, Glddlugs, AIcDade -mn
AT MILANO with I. & O. N Ry. for Hourn
l'ntestlno, Rockdale, Round Rock
Georgetown, Austin, Han Miuco. New
llraunfels, San Antonio and Lnrcdo.
AtTKMl'LIiwlth Missouri l'uclllo R'y.
AtMoGREOOU with Texas nnd PI. Loulf
R'y for Wnco, Corslcana, Athens, Aloun
I'lensnnt, nilmor unil Toxiirknnn.
At MORG AN with Texas Central Ry. for
Wnco, Ross, Hlro, Iredell, Cibco auii all
points on that lino.
At CLKUUIIXI2, Junction of Dallas Division
of G.. C. & S. F. R'y.
At KOUT VORTIr with JIo. raclflc nnd Tex.
an A Pucino Rys.Tor nil points on these
lines; lor IC1 J'abo, Hunt a Ko, San Fran
cisco nnd tho Pacific Coast, and forKnn
Has City, St. Louis, Chicago, Now York
, ii'iVS1 'i'L 1,08 North, Kast uuU WesL
AtlJAIiljAS with H. A T. C. R'y, T. A P. K'y
ni Callus Extension of Jlo. P. R'y.
Oi-hee that your ticket reiuU over this line
ira-var all Information luldress
OSCAR G. M UltR A
General Psccnger Age
will be oil lllc In the oftlro of the Clerk of the
(ourity court on and nrterAnjost lt, IKS.),
1 artlrs bidding on Iron and -tf el ork must
NOTIOK TO CONTRACTORS.
rpUK CotmnlsslonersCourt of Tarnint roun
fl.yr '"iW.will icc-Ito healed propolis
M,w,.?i.l,l.,,"lll,,,.t' "Cf.t'onnty -Jnll for mid
ountyliitheelivof Kort Worth, according
lo ijlimn und kpcclllcuttons, until noon of
A edneMlsy, liiu ,oth dny of Angust. IS 3.
I lip plans and speclllcatlons of tho work
-jiuM.uj uirir jiropo.An wiiti full steein
ciitlont flheir proposod work and uuniples
orinnterlul.und inustktats in thri'r pronosnl
Sni,ofTi,"4lc,tti!,.of. u,a"i'il th various
parts of the work Is to be wade; Mich num.
pleMobe (UnoHhcd with the CouttMssIoner.s
. !?",r,'.' aml aU. atf'al ed mubt rxtorwiiiio
quality as thu sainplo deslgnn'.etl for the
No payment will ho iimda on th Iron and
blel work until t-ompletcd ucvcnUae 'o con
"."pji w be determined upon u Ihoconeli lest
oi the work, made under dlrcctlwi ir the
toinn)Utoner s ('our1.
i,!?Scc,5l'n.',0.u ''upmiyliis pronosulB for
InS, S !d s,ccl,wu.rk ,im' yuy Jr ilelMlB to
fcUU ju.t partlculiu- systoin of prison wort,
i,li '."i Ke'rul. iirraugMiielit roo-st BccorJ
with plans on tlio. l'nrlies bidding for l.rnk
MMlktone work must His. furnWi with their
propo-al kumplu. or iho niutertal they pro
pose to use In each pari of Iho work. Mini all
"ampellfu;nU?1H,r,8t co"'wa "'0
The work will iw paid for lu ti, nd with
tho oxc;ptlon of iho Iron mxl hiocI wmk,
piijinents will ho limdont lfc.o end or cadi
nniirverj inon'hon estimates inude by iho
iirchlirct in Huirge. iil rr tvn. being
romlncd on each until the tnul winpletlou
nnd jureptnnco of tlm work.
All workiobodpnu nmlor thi supervision
or tlie iirehllect subject U tho control of tho
eoinwl Bloners' court, and In tho vtmt or
unrcaRoniilile delny In ny pan or thu work
the- commissioners cvurt rcn-rru tliu rlcht
to have such work doau Uy other partlo. nnd
nil extra oxjienses rKiisonably im-urrod
l'lr? ,f ,0.uo -,,n,ll fcy ',l0 Pontniotor nnd
I1.1.-.1 Vtn ot t,uc ""or w h)iio may bo de
ducted from any luuouut which may ho dim
Or llel-omo dUO llll.riil,m.lnr IIi.k.Iu I.. .1...
Miin of thu com run prk will ho n-iiulrod ivl
rS.?ib.c'1i,itrn?,"r '""ino tuirformunco of tho
" .'opinio nv nun.
en.inrl'10!'.?.0' August thu isth, ias.l.an.1 no
fmnnft ''l o'.E0"'8 ("r Ui(Jln 'Kwillt
nVi.?i" Thu coiiniilw,lotiora reset ve
J..!iv!.i 1 10 rwJcct al,y oc l proposals re
celtu 11. K niv.'iaiAM,
Notice is hereby glrcad
rectors oi niu railway w
a meeting t tho ModhtJ
p.ny, to ho ht!' atltsfc&J
the 1st day of AususLHi
m., for the purposoof amM
mining as to me nccre.71
way, by II clssuaure, (tfeil
said company, of tweis
of sahi company.
thousand dollars eaeb,tM
oxceeil thirteen tlifcuatia
II19 inuln tl-nclj vWJIj
con.structun, ahtl lukJ
quired, nnd all branchll9fl
fjiild bonds to run fortjM
1st, 1,S3, and bear intcmivi
liercenL per annum, p5J
on the 1st days of April sslli
year, at llio city of 'tTaW
of said bonds by thecoutJie
us follow: Not to exceri'te
before the :11st of lcttirttV
tlounl Issues so that thft
second mortgage bondi i
nmounts per mile nntfosMl
as follows: DecembcrttlJi
her 31ht. l!", Sl.000: DcccaJtf
December 31st, lS7,tW!".!f
H.OM: December "'1st, W
81st, 1S!X), p.1.000; lleccmtol
December 31st, 1M, 11
lsy;, Si2,ooo, and P
Sl.l,r00; the miles ofcoroft
nscertiUned by certlflarfi
nnd chief engineer of uliv
payment of the said bona)
11 second trust deed ana
railway, fninchlsts Hi I
comnny, as follows
Any and nllralhwyiot"
constructed or hereaftl
main Hues, branches, ew
Hlttons. tosctherwlUi ifV
and rights of waj'.trMtW
ducts, culverts, fenccip
kind, nil depots, Wlte
houses, car houses, m
shoiis, w titer tanks, snl'
together with the loU or I
which each nnd all M !
nnd nil locomotive. tn
Bilge, mull, height, "
nil other rolllns stock tW
machinery. 100H. "i
and materials, "S
books of account, vomMJJJ
sets of every Kinu, an i-j
...,.'.. .,.1 ma. A a.1 nrAMllft'
all other real and pertO'
nt any time bcloncln J
company with all nppiirtf
pethor with all the prwg"
Immunities. v Well 110
may helons Uiorapr
Until Is understood tw'
maybe ncquircd lT flf
quire by donation orotwr
acquired for some of tr
fore sped tied, nnd useOJ
said railway or thooptrj
hereby coneyed nor InUMJ
... ... mtiw.jub'
JIUI1 ivct, ' ..
a. W. lo.1u1
II 1 II
OF FORT I
In all Its fcWjjJ
made on iJI'tffli
many, Austria, IlWi
J. I. R
AT U. K. 0.
No 9 IBS