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THE GAZETTE: FORT WORTH, TEXAS, SATURDAY JULY 28.
i nT How Gathering Wildi la
tli Lootil l'nper.
ulv 5!fi. Umlcr tlio
. t -.. t. t
ttH." i us uuiriiiiiK's
ending local oiiuorini, uiKra
potiduiit i) usk lor jmuilHii'
.lines of Waco jiuoplo ami
fciiy, viz: rnai vneii nitseiu
i tlioy "look to tliu Gazmtk
ml 8tntoiiw,Miuul for 8tnt-
thnl tlioso leaving tnu city
inner usually leavo uitir
ho ClAZHTTHto be mulled
Vlmt people say iibntii tho
In tliu UA.i;n i; is 10 us a
for UlC paper, aim jiossiuiy
:h of Clio Examiner to the
II not prevent one or tut'
evidence, beforo 7 o'clook
we received nveorine
two of tho latter.
limcr tyf " ooes mm
bliili fuller Waco news
AZiiTTi: ana us cviuuice,
II, .tnu 111 ItR VGHfCrdllv'R
, ere not In the UAZirrri: of
e, Hil'iuuiiis kuiiiuiims
ti iKiveitioeineiu or a tow-
rhe Gazi.ttn's Waco cor-
not fcpuclally Interested
nrr'.t gambler's quanels,
dy house broils, nor in
ng puns, linn it poo
news, not iiuiiiiaiieti in
j:, and rice versa, are
As to Interibt and qual-
o can judge; o have never
nor will we, w
ys bccaiio wo fail to r
.r. . a , i.
jus ui uku news uuu-
Examiner are not in the
t nearly every day many
r minor interest, or even
terest, tent the paper, are
to make loom for more
iws Irom other section.
nn one in tnree 01 mo
stoiday, were published
KrA.irrn:. Wo weio in
f tho Examiners paid
teni two days heroic it
and the item of Mhs Mc-
th, as well as others,
;xamincr complains we
Hah, veto sent and not
'or the leii'-on above
e Examiner has a
the publication of
d anv lnfiliiKement of
monopoly will doubtless
d" to the bitter end: but
ow that such a eourse
lit at the little end of the
he charge that the G.
Wneo news by mail, we
nt a line that way, but
h the express and the
the tiansuiioslon of mir
lomr as tho people gel it
;Ti'i: no older than that in
Srwe niesume they win
it is sent; bub when they
ows in tuo jcxamtmr
$ published m tbe
ej day before, s in the
urke tragedy aim oilier
uws. doubtUsa they will
conclusion that tht Exam-
j'getB its news by "grape
rrMph, or clips it from tho
undiother live paper.-'.
:very man wo uiei.yt.-siuiiiiiy
Buumincr irave vou tits this
flbis prores two things:
JffiaS Examiner is lead at
only way it can cure
wirow us iiuo nis line me
ua.dlu'iit Unow what ailed
ISjfutbo gave it medicine to
uftdiflts, saying lie was death
their entire tlock ofl.OOO sheep at good
figures. , ., ,.,,
llr. Griggs, u brother of the Griggs1
brother. hheiMimen, arrived he-re from
California on fast nigbt's train.
Judjjo W. T. Melton, hlgli sherlti of
Cotiotio county, arrived herolasl night,
and in company with htm were his uu
coiniillslu'd sl-ter, MUs lutto, and his
unliable daughter, MIh Cora. They
came to meet Miss Melton who comes
home from some high school east.
Sheilu" Melton left tills morning for
Colorado alter a prisoner named T. F.
Miller, alias Tom Hnilth.whoisoharged
wllli bigamy. The ease wus recently
reported in tho Ga.ktti:.
J. J). Btlncheomb, Sr returned from
his extended trip to St. Louis and Chi
cago. While bo was gone his son John
took advantage of llio opportunity of
getting himself Into u moie comforta
ble station In life by taking a better
half. Tho young lady is Miss Alice
Kidd of Granville, Ohio, who came to
Texas on a visit to her friend's hotiso,
Mrs. David IJaks, on Clear Fork. Wo
w ish the happy pair a pleasant journey
through lire. May their years be many
uml their troubles few.
Tne new brick bank, to be occupied
by the Taylor County Hank, will soon
bo ready. Tho brick were made here
bv Emerson & Co., and a second brick
yard has been started in town. 'Huh
for Abilene 1
Mr. Webster, a Conch o county
sheepman, is building him a lino resi
Donovant Wylle will have one of the
largest business houses in Northwest
Texas put up soon on Pino street. This
ilrm has a blanch house in PecosClty.
The Abilene varieties is not running
The mill near tho creek will bo ready
tilts fall lor grinding wheat and corn,
aim ais ino giu kh uiu rouuu ui"i
Mr. Khtes is huirylng on tho work.
Mr. Piutt, of Stonewall county, Is
heie. lie says bis sheep are doing
fine, but he is far fioin the railroad. (
Mr. P. C. Mailin, the buck man, is
not feeling so well in lmiisid to these
days. Whether it is the hot weather
or the dullness of the buck miuket Is
the cause, we know not. We hope his
health will be better ooon.
TKXAS STATE NEWS.
Prominent citizens of Denton will
enjoin tho collection of one-third of
the school tax levkd in that town.
Dallas 7Yir: Gnlvcfctvti can't ralto
tho two thousand dollars to entertain
the military cuc.impm'nt, and so the
military companies will not go that
A week from Monday tliu Wool
Glowers' Asocial Ion will meet In
Meridian and the members will have
iipublio discussion of thu taritl' ques
tion. Dallas Agnostic: The mayor of Fort
Worth hs a residence considerably
larger than Solomon's temple or
Noah's ark. 1 f any reader doubts this
he will be condemned to tlgure up or
challeiigu Us to do ho.
Charley Lambert, a nine-year-old
colored boy, sou of tho Widow' Lam
bert (lesldeilti of Happy Hollow, a
col ored addition to Taylor), was found
on tho lloorof tlalr hut, his body in
ouo place and brains in another. An
empty pistol near by, and a hole in
his head explained the situation.
El Paso Touch: The Wells, Fargo
Expres-j company yesterday shipped
over (16,000 in bullion and Mexican
adobes from this point to San Francis
co, California. Their daily nverage
shipment Is about U,U0J. Tho princi
pal part of it beeun to bo bought by
San Fianeisco bulllonUts and capital
ists of our merchants in Et Paso.
Decatur Pott : Tho wire fence cut
ting fevor broke out in the same neigh
borhood that we reported some time
ago, west of Bridgeport, and Mr. Dun
Waggoner is again thesuH'eier. One
night lust week some unknown parties
waltzed Into his whe leucewlth their
clippers and cut it tor about three
miles into pieces abjut the length of a
St. Cuurle-s Hotel.
A few unoccupied rootns at the St.
Charles Hotel, sullublu for votimr men.
I Board and lodging ?5.00 per week.
Shelby is now a'loeal option county,
and recently a minister cotild not llud
wlno enough wilhlu its borders fur
sacramental purposes. Possibly there
Is Bomp stronger Hull hid around in
quiet nooks, but there was no wine.
Llniol Llniu! Lime 1
Bound Bock Linio and Cornell
Works manufacture a superior quality
of white lime. For prices, etc., addres
Martin & Walsh, proprs.,
Bound Bock, Texas.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured by Shlloh'a Catarrh
remedy. Price 60 cents. Nasal in
jector free Sold by L. N- Brunswig
PALO TIX10 COUNTY.
GU-utiliiKs GKtliorcil l'rnm Gordon Tho
Willi Murder CriM.
Conespondeni or Gazette.
Goidon, July 2'!. The mill and giu
propei tv hero formeily owned and urn
by Mr. "liolbe-rt bus been bought by
Self & Bigsby, who have bub in a new
engine and winks. They are enthely
refitting it. It is a need felt heie, and
we have no doubt they will succeed.
The latest lepoils.from the neighbor
hood of tho D. W. Waits minder deny
tholiist statement that Walts had a
gun, but both men were In the yuid
and Waits was unarmed, and when
Carter drew his nistol Wults ran into
the house4, and was followed by the
other to tho door. A third party tried
to close the door, when Carter reached
operand tired, killing him almost in
htantly.. The dilliculty occuired on
Wait's ranch, twelve miles noithwest
ot Strawn. Tliemuideied man was a
gemul, kind-hearted gentleman, and
is well spoken of by many vho knew
him most intimately.
Patriotic Gordonltes manifested
their love of country to-day by u pil
grimage to tho little town over the
hill, wheie everything is to be barbe
cued, and much of cue EnglMi lan
Fauneis aio wishing for rain so that
thev can meimre their land for wheat
TUP. AUSTIN BANDIT.
IUInllsorills Hold KxiiIolU in tho Btato
Cl'Jiltitl A Mndnrii Dick Till pin.
The piototype of Jeso James is in
tlio city and no mistake, for a bolder
highwayman never rode a steed or
tltewu six-shooter than the heio of
last night's exploits. He seems to
have a fondness for Pecan street, and
three times last night did tho villain
select victims irom that thoroughfare.
He first met Dr. Snioot, of the South
erit Piesbyterian clmrob, just beyond
the stone midge on Pecan. He was
riding the same bay steed heroilo Sun
day niornliiK when he robbed Henkle,
the bmber. As lie appioachcd thu
doctor he inquired if tliu doctor cotiUl
tell him wiieie Plum street was.
Tho doctor told him hu did not
know and gave tho direction
whcie to llud out. Whde the doctor
was giving this information the iob
ber produceil a six shooter and de
manded the doctor's money. Fortun
ately he only had live dollars with
him. Then he asked to see hl-t watch.
Doctor told him it was engiaved. He
took it ami looked at it, ami lludiug
the doctor hud told the truth, gavo it
back to him, and the doctor dioo on.
next ho met Dr. Sweaiingen on Pecan
and inquired from iiim the way to
town. Jle told him the direction, and
while hu was pointing it out ho cov
eieil Dr. S. with his six-shooter and
demanded his money. The doctor
hud f'Si, and thi-i he contributed to
enrich tho highwayman's ooUer-.
Then he called for Dr. Swearingen's
watch, which, unfoitunaUly; was
.-. .. . i ii i ... ...;n i . i ..... i... a.... i ..i.i..,.
SOWillg. UOltOll lOOKS WOll, Ullt Will uui unmaveu, ami nit: uuiiiiii.niuiit.-i
minn need lain. shoved It into hi" pocket. The watch
f In Town nnd Couiity-l'InoCroiiM
HUdiH eicnii jl liooin.
encG to tbe Oazetio.
ueJ'July '25. Tbe town and
JMontaL'iie win never In a
av or prosperous moon.
couti'iuts to thrive with a
IJUgrow'th, which aigues
I'sto'nostoio housis fronting
''on'ilie not th side have just
and many cottages
ihunodalion of residents in
Uptown have been added
rrauen at pic&ciit nun,
krit4 never had a better
jthe croiw over the county
fiiwnt huvoml all former sea-
ilatftffarmers but littlo in debt
lJJ'fT.V M1 u;ik"i-
lirougeo Willi prospeciois
liousto iii our county, and
lygiowing in demand, if
o nuvo uut'iit conipieieu
jl. r..- .. li n...w.,.i
UV'lll HU II 1I11U I'tltlllCti -
b'ntiguy and Burlington
Bof telephono now being
rohi Dilhn to Uaines-
nt of money reeiutreit
nribed nnd rmid hi, und
inlug forwauled toGaines-
'.harvest, tho result of
w.ti. linlllfr ilfllwMUl rilll.fl
.lV.lt UWIIIK ...1. ... . w"
t tne inresnen, lsauorei-
rprlses in many m-
lisapnolntnients in none,
imontns you may ue us-
be prepared to iloublo
etnatid for your excel
..I i i . i. ....... .1. i...
iy journal, mmuuijm i"
hich wo now Hunil the
kml sound tho "horn of
out the laud of Mon-
Huveial stramters are in town this
week. Biilu ss is good. Our mer
chants aic all doing a good trade.
Mr. S.J. Oden sterts Fist on u tiip
the first of next week. While away
ho will mako large purchases of diy
goods, clothing, etc. Hs already has
afullliueof groceries, but lluds his
trade requires a full stock of geueral
rent "luiiles and l".cnt nt
' tlii Gazette.
120. Your correspon
ding trip through the
sKunneis county line
ifound plenty of good
SfWtiter. feorgnuin ami
edar Gap as wo eve-r
Texas. Jlr. Burnett
kived place, and has u
fills tarui which ir-
'iisou a nico little cur-
roud that Taylor couu-
Kice with tho time's.
i our trip tluit cattle',
lure gettli'7 fnt on the
wo nave u uoci; oi
that they improved
is last three or fiur
vo over saw sheep
ind we httvecvery con-
ioss ot next winter
this part of Texas, as
ro or less exnpileueed
for winter now by
ind getting the sheep
WlnclH'sii'r sold out
Keener Acquitted Au lnillim JIurderei to
CorroBpoudenco of Gnzotto.
Foil Smith, Ark., July 24. James
O. Keener, on trial lor thu minder of
a guard at Choctaw agency some time
since, was found not guilty by the
jury, after delibeiating thirty-six
hours. The plea of insanity ttived
Judge Parker Is expected to pass
sentence on the Indian Ba-na-ina-ha
the; latter pint of this week. Ifu was
tried for murder and found guilty.
The United States court will adjourn
until September 1.
The city does not present a very
brisk appearance just now. Furtnets
are too busy to come in. The fall will
bring us money, business and tho best
er ps for some year, past.
hy LlKhtnlni; nt Acr' Ihluiul.
New Ibetiu, July 24. Hatu relay's
lightning struck a house nt the Kilt
mines on Avery's Island, in which
there was 9,000 pounds or dynamite.
It all exploded, and caused much dam
age to buildings, cars. etc. No lives
-r lost. and no one
was seriously injured. Tho shock
was felt for milea around,
and every window In tho t-et-tli'meiitforone
mile away was shat-
tcredand furniture juried and broken
into pieces. Major Crooks, general
manager of t'o initio says that tho
damage is not so great as was at
liiHttlioinrht. and he is in lieges of
having everything all right this week.
Tho condition of the mine is still un
certain; it Is, however, hoved that ow
ing to tho depth of the mine that no
herious damago to it was done. No
ouo wus in the mine.
A curt hue containing MioskeletorB
of tin ee grown persons and two chil
dren, hitting uprignt as if in life, were
found under u largo tree, near the
road, In Llano county. Tho treo was
ahalterrd by .lightning, and It issup
ir.ai.,1 thu occunaiits of tho carriage
bought shelter under the tree, when it
was ttruck, killing the hoies and the
Inmates of the can lage. J'ho weather
beaten appeuruueo of the vehicle and
trimmings look as If It weie done a
year or two ago. in a small trunk
was a letter uddrtsed to Jumes G.
t huniberluin. London, England."
These lenuiins weio found by stock
men driving cattle und reported ut
oneo to the Aiithoilties. Tho parties
uro supposed to have been ton lists.
Tho spot where they weio found Js
very secluded nnd -far from any habitation.
was a highly valued gold time-keeper,
woi that least ?1 -5. After taking the
watch, ho permitted Dr. Sveaiingen
The next man ho mot was Captain
Joulyu. He made a similar demand
ot the captain, and icccived a similar
leply. Then he went Ihiough him
aiidtook what little wciltli ho had,
and permitted him to move on. His
next Tictim was Dr. Sfcoddaul, whom
ho met on Pecan ttiectufew moments
afterwards, and ofhliu he made the
same kind of inquiry, and when Dr.
Stoddard was replying, diew tho
nickel-plated revolver and demanded
Ills money. Instead of giving his
money, the doctor spoke to his lleiy
team lleicely and they jumped like a
Hash. So rapidly did ttiey shut that
tney completely astonished the knight
of the road, who, however, snapped
his pistol, but by a lucky niischuuce
missed die, and tho Hying team took
the doctor beyond tho lobbei's reach.
Tho bold bandit concluded to
chiinge his tield of opeiatious and
stiuck out acrois tho city ami came
riding down Congress avenue above
the temporary capitol. lleio ho met
a man driving a niagniilcent teiwn.
It was the equipage of Col. Hancock
driven by bis negro, N. Holnism. He
iifikeel tho negro if ho knew where a
certain person, naming him, lived
The negro told him ho did not. While
ho wus telling him this the mbber
coTered him with tho same nickel-
plated six shooter and d"inanileu his
money. ITolinaii told him he did cot
have a cent. Ho replied it was a
ti Ho and if ho did nob turn it
overlie would bote a hole thiouh
him. The negro told him he did not
have a cent. At that juncture tne
highwayman caught sight of u watch
chain and demanded tho watch.
The negro explained that he
did not liave any watch and only
wore the chain for btyle. Tho robber
threatened to shoot again und the
negro drew out the chain to convince
him that what ho said was true. The
negro now began to yell for help and
as ho did this the bandit told him to
stop or ho would shoot, but the negro
did notstop, and gentlemen In tho vi
cinity hearing his eiies camo running
to the spot. Whin thu bandit saw
thorn annroach ho turned his steed
about aim galloped oil' towards Pecan
stieet again and the ne'gro camo down
the avenue to hunt policemen. In a
lcarauce the highwayman is a ehoit,
thick-set fellow, with u smooth Uca,
driB-'cd like u cowboy, and rides as
lino a buy horse as tiio wriiTOvcrsaw.
Never In tho history of this portion
of the state bos so bold a bandit ap
peared as this fo it-pud bus shown
himself to bo. Bight in tho heait of
the capital, with u police toreo noted
for their skill and vigilance, of almost
national reputatlo l In this respect, ho
has robbed no fewer than live; men Just
night, as thuy wit in their c.nh20j
driving along tho moUfreeiuoiited pub
lic streets, and yet evaded tho detec
tion of the entire police- force. While
tho police were watching for him on
tho by-streets he took Cougris aveniio
und by his very HUdiielty escaped their
That is what a great
many people arc doing.
They don't know just what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of pains and
aches, and each month the'
The only sure remedy
yet found is Brown's Iron
Bitters, nnd this by rapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifies and
. enriches it, and rich, strong
blood flowing to every part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, drives out
disease and gives health and
This is why Brown's
Iron Bitters will cure
kidney and liver diseases,
consumption, t heumatism,
ncutalgia, dyspepsia, mala
tia, intermittent fevers, &c.
Mr. Simon Blxnchard, a well.
known titbenof Ilaj civillc, Meada
couni,KciuucV.t-,5.ij5 ; "My wife
had bi.cn stcV Tor n long lime, and
i iter constitution was all broken
dou n and -.he was unable to otW.
She asadvued to use llrown's Iron
Hitters, and found It to work like a
charm. W c would not now be with
out It for any consideration, as we
Consider It the best tonic in the
Brown's Iron Bitters
is not a drink and does not
contain whiskey. It is the
ionly preparation of Iron
that causes no injurious ef
fects. Get the genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
JOSEPH II, BROWN.
u&.3ta.cl Xonler lata.
BAGGING AND TIES.
Nos. 0, 8, 10, 12 and U First Street,
WholemW nnu Itetntl Denier lu
HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, GAS PIPE,
AGENT FOE HALLIBAT'S WMI) MILL
Corner Houston and Sooond Strooto, Port Worth, Tosaa.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST STOVE AUD HARDWARE HOUSE IN THE Cm
-Kver DcKcriyitlou of Job Work ilono on HUort Notlco.-T
adopt tho Hiiro
tern. l)JeaKCB ot
lugft otlitro fnr
inuru horious, nud
a ilelny Is there
uml lover, early
llicuinntia t w ln
Kps, klunty woalc
jiCKS.UiliiKfccrlouK bodily tioiililo If
tllllcd VYltll. IONO
no tiinu la iiblntr
HiIh nd't'ctlYii nail
KivfoniedlPlne. 1'orh.ilcby nil UritgKlstfl timl
P W? CtlKRAI
Sclieiibsr & Hoekstadtei,
WHOLESALE LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
Antl Agents l"or
Aiiliouscr's, Anthony & JCuliii's ami llndwciscr'
AI.SO ANTHONY A KUIIN'S KEG BKHK.
No. GO Houston Stx'ooi, - TTort Worth, OCo3cn
OINOINNATI OPPIOB : 120 SECOND STKBBT
TIIK (JltKAT flNdhlSH nraiKWY.
rul uml flciint
..y I DEBILITY
1 1gor, BwirmiitorrJia'ft, etc.,
v. lifii ot Imr romedleK full, u
cwrffMirantrrtl, il0 iv bol
tie, fnuriliiioH tlio qnunllty
!Xlir(5 Mil)' M
nnnllbh Mt aii-Al lnHtltute. proprietor?, 718
UllvcHtieot, Ht. loul, .mo. aoia uy
I'owell, Kort Worth, Texas.
old by all (IrtitfKiKlH
Greatly Reduced Prices I
ITnvlns purcliasod this scnlo In car-load lots for oauli, 1 mil now prepared to olTcr' my
THE OLD RELIABLE AND BEST SCALE
la tlio mrlccl nturoatly reduced prices from lonnnrratcH. I lmvo In utock, nmt uliiill ltcep
ivtiill timcH n full lino ofgcnicH and triickH of tlio Falrbnnk muko. 1 'a riles wanting Any
aim iiciilc will do v oil to wrlto mo for prices.
PLATFORM WAGON SCALES A BPEOLTYpi
W. F. LAKE, FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
K. M. VunZanitt.
J, J, Jnrvin.
J, P. BmltlJ.
TIDBALL, VANZANDT & CO.
FOKT "WORTH, TEXAS.
A Ocneml Pnakliiit lliwlnf h TrunxncUil OolJoctlon miulu nnd promptly remllleiJ,
cb HU" dmwn on all tlio prim Ipal cUIuh of Eurwpu.
ft warranlcd crro for all dlscasos
caused by malarial poisoning of Iho
blood, such as Chills and Fever,
Fever and Ague, Sun Pains, Dumb
nnd Masked Aguo, Thlrd-day Atjue,
SlnWng Chilk, Inlcrmitlcnt, Remit
ionl, Bilious and all other Fovcrs
caused by .nalarla. II is also tho
talesl and bcsl euro for cnlargjd
Spleen (Fever Cafco), General Dcblll
ly and Periodic Neuralgia.
TOR SALE BY ALU DRUGGISTS.
U N. UKUNKWIG A CO.,
First National Bank
Corner Houston anil Second SLs., Tort WoHb, Toxus.
CAPITAL $i005000. SURPLUS $30,000.
M. 1). Loytl, PrcsitJ't, ). C.Ilennelt, Yico-lVeshl'l, GtM). Jacl(son,Caslu
Directors---i, S. Godwin, M. B. Loyd, J, D. Reed, Zane Cctll, D. C. Bennett, Genres lickscn, I. Q. Sindfdgo
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
G. P. CARR & CO.,
Sash, Door and Blind Mattresses. Pillows, BolstBrs, Etc
Wlulnen! Manufacturer of
pTBELl & COCHRME " DUBLIN & BELFAST
Having purchased tlioUowoy I'lnnlnpMlll,
put in order tlio maeUluery.niid nddwi some
now miichliips to It, I mil now prepared to do
all If Jndi of work, Biirli us Htoro KronU, fianh
Uoora nnd DlindH, Window nnd Ioor Krumei.
Htoro t'ounteni uud fllielvlne. hoiiool Uoeki
und Cnurcli Beat. Also, nil kinds of
Scroll Sawing, Brackets,
Turning and Pickets.
All kind of inniberdrswedon tliorv notloe
Hill botwoon Sovcnth and HigLtk
at tbo end of tlio Banta Ko Itallrond troek.
yort W'ortli, TexM,
yo J. Ii. TAFT, Troiirletor.
rjintctocbcontanily on lianil. Bend for
pru" Hit. Uorner rourth mid Hounton
F0BT WORTH, TEXAS.
J. M. JKOBIOMS,
City BiU Poster,
All biwlatM JuUieian I'onllni: line promptly
ftmrtAfift fif1AT,W ftO.
'11 sms iniuu mu, tiu. lOlf. .
taUrau tutu. -" ' !! S-' 'i'i
1K OTIIICII tlZLi. Klwt Villi K U1 fllW.
FORGES. TOOLS, &o.
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