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chise made a psrt of the present State Constitu
tion in 1879 by an overwhelming popular vote
Ita MAMMOTH DRAWINGS take place
EemlAnnually June and December
arid ite GRAND SINGLE NUMBER
DRAWINGS take plaoe In each of the
other ten months of the year and are
oil drawn in public at the Academy
of Music New Orleans La
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS
For Integrity of its Drawings and Prompt
Payment of Prizes
Attested at follows
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rmccmentfor all theMonthluand FemtAnnual
Dratrings rf The Louisiana Slatt Lottery Com
pany end in person manage and control Vie
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natural attached in > advert isemsats
fy Tom Randolph
Commissioner g fiANAimmoTEr June21S30
and Bankers urOl MhSP Paddock President Fort Worth Tex
I Louisiana State Lot 59ory to hear ot your loss Dont give np the
at our counters 4frfilp Commence now to rebuild for next year
kns itt National ISisfft 3Tbe Spring Palace has done much for Texas
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June 17 1890
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bearing your full address
By ordinary letter containing Honey Order
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arc recognized in the highest courts therefore
beware ot all imitations oranonymons schemes
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extraction ot a Ticket ISSUED HI US in any
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ing Inspirators Pipe
Iron and Brass Fittings etc
Gin Outfits a Specialty Send for Cat
alogue and Prices
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seed anything In that line write ns for
prices We can save yon money
All Hachlaerr guaranteed of firstclass
material and workmanship
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m SYMPATHY
the People ol the State Apreciate tho
Loss of the Spring Palace
Telegrams of Sympathy Constantly Becelved
by the Earporama Management Notes
of tbe Conflagration
The sympathy of the state of Texas is
with this oity in the loss of the Spring
Palace The management are in receipt
of n great many telegrams and private
individuals all over town are receiving
others from personal friends A few are
given below
SnzMAN Tex May 311890
B B Paddock Esq President Fort Worth
Sprint Palace Fort worth Ter
My Deae Sir I want to say that I deeply
sympathise with yon and yonr association and
the enterprising people of Fort Worth in tho
loss you met with last night It was indeed a
calamity upon you and npon all Texas The
effort magnificent enterprise and marvelous
public spirit zeal and energy which you
and your associates and citizens have
manifested in getting up the Spring Palace and
bringing so many people to the state and your
city and tbe openhearted royal cordial hos
pitality extended to them commends our
strongest admiration Indeed it is a calamity
to have with an enterprise destroyed and to see
such mesas yon are meet with such an accl
den
cant do without it We will furnish the first
money to commence with by yonr making proofs
of loss under our policy not waiting for the
usual sixty days Our special will be there
soon in meantime consult with our agents
Littlejohn Martin Alamo fire insurance com
pany of Texas S D Ccddeb Secy
Sam Mayerice Frest
St Louis Mo June 11390
B B Paddock Fort Worth
Accept sympathy for the great loss to Texas
and Fort Worth by the destruction of the Palace
A U Thoxas
The following is from the adjutant
general of the command to which Capt
Paddock belonged during the war
on He can
San Antovio June 21S90
Capt B B Paddock Fort Worthy Texas
Regret your great misfortune
Kothinc in It
Proud of your
coolness and courage The gallant soldier of a
quarter of a century ago could not have done
otherwise Geo Moorman
Gaitestox Tex June 11890
Editor Gazette
You and yonr people have my deep sympathy
at tbe loss ot your beautiful Spring Palace and
my congratulations at the happy escape of the
inmates with suchfew casualties I was fearful
when the news first flashed over the wires
that it would prove a terrible holocaust
Your city will have the sympathy of tne entire
state at its great loss as no one agency has done
more to advertise the varied and wonderful re
sonrccs of our grand state than has your mar
velous Spring Palace the beneficial effects of
which will be felt for years to come and this
fact is appreciated by the progressive people of
the state With sincere respect I remain yours
truly C W Hates
Collins Armstrong have the plates of
their popular pianos and tbe famous
Sohmer pianos as used by the Heoker
childrenand burned at the Palace They
are set out in front of their store Their
rustio organ was also burned
Mr Bissell Wilson who had both
ankles broken at tbe firohas been moved
to the hospital and is doing nicely His
cousin from St Louis is in town and at
tending him
Mrs S C Fowler was not badly In
jured at the fire as reported
E H Fudge who came there to bid
on the citybonds is recovering quickly
and will rejturn home in a few days Ho
represents a large financial house of
Chicago
The Spring Palaoe safe that went
through tbe fire has been opened and
everything found intact
Miss Nannie Montgomery of the South
Side was severely injured at the fire in
jumping from tbe second story
Mr D V Martin whose wife was
among tbe injured at tbe Spring Palace
fire expresses his thanks to the unknown
who helped Mrs Martin to a place of
safety
Mr William Murphy deserves a great
deal of credit for his manly work on the
night of tho fire Capt Paddock states
that ho was tbe man who carried Judge
Cooper from the flames His terribly
burned bands bear mute testimony
Mr W Z Manchester says the Palace
should undoubtedly be built again n
year and is willing to treble bis subscript
or S fBSSe Williams the young colored man
who carried Al Hayne away from the
Palace at the risk of bis own life wants a
situation be found at Bill
s restaurant on Twelfth street
T8 H V Burns who was badly
gSrulsed at the fire is slowly recovering
The litJs girls are both uninjured
Miss Jennie Prosser who was severely
injured in the spine is recovering al
though not yet able to be out of bed
She had a bad attack on Sunday whloh
disturbed tbe doctors somewhat but yes
terday was better
Mr O T Kouenbohn formerly of
Missouri carried from the burning Pnl
iace Miss Katie Rhino who is u cripple
and an invalid
JOYS MISHAP
ST
While Playing on a Flat Ccr Be Is Thrown
Under the Wheels Horribly Handed
Special to the Gazette
Galveston Tex Juno 2 Herbert
Clark a boy thirteen years old wag
brought in from Rosen burg Junction on
thojpajfColorado and Santa Fe railway
morning in a mangled and dying
condition Young Clark left his home in
Austb > va few days ago and yesterday
ig was playing on a flat oar in
e railway yards at Rosenburg with
some other boys when the car wae sud
denly set in motion and he fell on tbo
track in front ot the moving car the
trucks of which passed over the upper
portion ot one tbieh severing the leg
from the body and fraoturing tbe other
in two plaoes He was removed to St
Marys hospital and attended by Dr
Hadra who bss but little hopes of the
bos reoovery and has telegraphed
llfeiition to his mother at Austin
S eroD KiOtr
The tremendous sales are nnprecedentei
Is curing thousands upon thousands of
all kinds of diseases in the United
land France Sonth America jBjM RCo Les
sen received daily fromsakHHRsTmen want
ing agencies in almot j Crgn countries If
ypu are sutferinKAtj thing yon should use
is the MIcrgJM5r Ifyou do not want to
be sick ujftjp licrobe Killer now and during
the jatjKT so as to thorougnly purify your
and you will not be sick Call at the of
lor circulars giving a history ot the microbe
theory The medicine is harmless and very pal
atable A C Lmtxjonx Agent
CU Malu street Fort Worth 1
WAsmxGTOX June 2 The reporl
tensively circulated that a lawyer
unearthed a decision by tbe supreme
court a few years ago in which tbe court
took opposite grounds to that beld by it
in the recent Iowa original package de
cision turns out to be incorrect
Divided on the Pension Dill
Wasiilsgton June 2 The Republi
can representatives were again in caucj
tonight to consider the matter ot lej
lation pending before the house The
first business id orderrelated to the sub
jeot of pensions which came up on an ap
plication for instructions by MessrsMer
rill and Sawyer the Ilejoublican mem
bers of the conference committee on the
disability and service pension bill whloh
has so far been unable to reach an agree
ment with the senatorial conference com
mittee The points at issue were stated
and aftei a prolonged and animated dis
cussion tbe oauous instructed the repre
sentatives of tbe bouse to insist upon the
service pension feature of the bill and
endeavor to seoure the inclnsion of a
proposition that no pension shall be less
than 6 per month
WATER STOUT
A Little Iowa Town Wipe Oat ol Existence
Considerable Loss ot Life
Council Bluffs Iowa June 2 A
special to the Nonpareil from Missouri
valley chronicles tbe almost destruction
of tbe village of Loveland eight
miles below that point by a huge
water spout yesterday Loveland is lo
cated in Bayou valley A terrifio storm
amounting to a cloud burst passed over
the valley breaking about a mile above
tbe town sweeping down the streets and
leveling every bouse in the
town The loss of life as far
as has been heard from Includes Mrs
Sayles an aged lady and her son and
others whose names are not known One
family was taken off a tree top the next
morning where they had been swept by
the flood One o the famijy was swept
past and drowned Seaoh for missing
bodies is so far unsuccessful
TKLN1TY UNIVERSITY
The Closing Exercises sermon Delivered by
Bev E 11 TInnon of Fort Worth
Correspondence ot the Gazette
Tehuacana Tex June 2 The clos
ing exercises of Trinity University began
yesterday with an eloquent sermon by
Rev B M Tinnon of Fort Worth who
gave one of his best efforts on Tour
Aim and Work in Life using I Kings
3d chap 912 verses as his text The
sermon was full of pathos and eloquence
and every one was full of praise for the
preacher The musio was furnished by
Professor J M Riggs and his class
Professor Biggs closes his labors with tbe
university this year and returns to his
home in Florida
On last night tbe young men preparing
far tbe ministry gave an entertainment
which was highly enjoyed by all It
consisted of orations and songs furnished
by the young men themselves J
C Aubrey presided at the organ
Orations were made by J A Doak on
The Immortality oftheSoul HD
Maness Wills Point Success in Life
C Kilbound Ferris Home and
Heaven J W Stephens Honey
Groye The Future of the Cumberland
Presbyterian Churob
Miss Kempie Watkins Tehuacana
rendered an instrumental solo Bock
of Ages in a very impressive manner
A very pleasant lnoident happened at
the close of the service A R Stone
Tehuacana stepped on the stage and
addressed Dr Dickens the president of
Trinity university and reviewed his
work during the past year whioh he had
done for the young men and In
behalf ot the olass thanked
President Diokens for his good
work and then presented him with a gold
watoh ohain valued at 2350 This ex
pression of kindness from his class
caused Dr Dickens to tremble in his
voice as he thanked the young men for
their kindness to him during the year
Dr Dickens has offered bis resignation
as president of the school and he will
sever ties that have been very pleasant
during the year
2 > eep Water for Corpus Christl
The passage of tbe djfllJVlFa ss bil
has settled thefullMaij PBorpus Christ
It makes Cpat B BTfamto become
TBSSHKTSEAPORT OF THE SOUTII
which
SSjtQTlt is not only deep water
makes Corpus Christ attractive It is
the most healthy and most delightfully
located city on the whole American
coast
SEYMOUR
An Average of Sixty Land Deeds Filed tor
Eecord Daily
Correspondence of the Gazette
Seymour Tex May 1 Seymour ls
in the procession and she was well repre
sented at the town lot sale at Dundee last
Tuesday not for the purpose of buying
lotst but to see that every one who
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wished to visit Seymour should bave con
veyance About fifty came over on tbe
free transportations furnished by Sey
mour and the greatest part of them in
vested heavily with us Among them
were Capt W M Giles B B Hart and
Eddie Murie of Mineola The clerk in
forms yourcorrospondent that there has
been an average of sixty land deeds per
day filed for record for the last fifteen
days
Besides the heavy deals in real estate
and the building boom that is on us we
are made happy by the thousands of aores
or moving wheat and corn that are visible
from tho courthouse square Tbe wheat
is ready for harvest and the harvest will
oommence in good order in a few days
Corn and oats could be no better
The railroad ls pushing to our town and
we expect to hear tbe whistle blow in
thirty days All we want is plenty of
farmers Dont fail to oome and see u
Instant Lung
cures worst cases
instantly
bottle MPBRTely
00
k diseases
should order
Cheek Put
Poisoned by Jce Cream
Special to the Gazette
AUSTIN Tex June 2 There was a
wedding at the residence of Farmer
Rows in the northern part of Travis
county A largo number of invited
guests were present A lot of ice cream
was on hand having been made In
Georgetown and kept in freezers thirty
six hours The company after partak
ing all took siok and Mr Rowe died
The oxydo of ooppeuH thought to have
boon the poison gasjPated is th freezsrs
Pi
Will Lose Th
London June 2r
if
stone Just v
ved by tho use
effect on the
Heads
The Chronicles
Paris correspondent leflUts that anurnbexr
of offioials at the
minoiWMMpj urfg
are threatened with dismissal for
Intriguing at the instigation of Count
Herbert Bismarck Co ffettruot the em
perors policy
THE PANHANDLE
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THE aAZETTJSjJ FOUT wqRTH TEXAS WEDNESDAY JTJNE 4
Smilinff With BountUul Crops Dotted
With Bustlinjr Towns and Cities
Immigrants Continue to Four In Promise of
Unexampled Prosperity Wheat Har
vest Well Under Way
Perhaps the first thing that impresses
the stranger in going from Fort Worth
into the Panhandle is the seemingly
illimitable breadth and expanse of gently
rolling prairie covered with curly mes
quite grass and here and there embel
lished with patches often wide areas
of golden pink or bluish colored wild
flowers Now and then are seenstretobes
of the stragglimr mesquite bush whose
presence is a relief to tbe eye if other
wise worthless Next in importance to
tbe striking and captivating aspect of the
country is the clear and balmy nature of
the atmosphere giving one an extremely
pleasant sense of lightness and fresh
ness The 8Ides too are always clearand
at this season of tho year
at least present a soft and hazy aDpear
ance not unlike tbe Indian summer
skies of more Northern climes with only
this differencethat their hazy appearance
is not so mnrked as in Indian summer
There is too a lively breeziness in the
atmosphere that is extremely refreshing
and makes one feel like being up and do
ing Italy has nothing either in skies
or land more oharming salubrious or
healthful than tbe Panhandle It is the
Paradise of tbe invalid if the natives
may be believed Most physi
cal maladies gradually succumb
to the invigorating influenoe of tbe air
and water of that section Pulmonary
liver and kidney troubles soon vanish
before it
Sinoe the building of the Fort Worth
and Denver railroad that section has
made wonderful strides in agricultural
progress A great deal ot the publio
land of value hss been bought up and
much of it has already borne bountiful
crops and more of it is each year
being brought under cultivation The
cultivated area is as yet but a small
proportion ot the whole but the break
ing plow is rapidly Invading the virgin
soil and before many years shall bave
gone by the Panhandle will be the gran
ary of Texas All along tbe road from
Wichita Falls to Childress and beyond
golden fields of wheat can be seen dot
ting the landscape on every sido Much
of the wheat is already in tbe shook
harvest having set in last week The
grain looks well and will give a good
yield Oats where well put in
looks well also and corn
is doiug nicely though there is not
much of it planted Wheat is the princi
pal crop in that region but the farmers
are now experimenting with corn and
think that they can m ke it a success
It soems to be adapted to the soil and if
it can get abundant moisture at the
right time will certainly make a profita
ble crop Vegetables also do well
One can nowhero find a more confi
dent and hopoful class of people
EverybodyJi cheerful and happy and
the grumble is not beard of
They have no doubts about tbe
future of this country and go ahead
erecting all manner of improvements and
fixing up their homes in permanent
fashion One can judge fairly of tbe
productiveness of a region by tbe ap
pearance of its towns and their publio
improvements Judged bythis stand
ard the Panhandle would be ranked
with the most prosperous seotions of the
country The towns are what the
country makes them and no where In tbo P
e will be seen more bustling aotjvV
wna than those of the Panhandle
They are on the jump continually and
tbe number of useful and profitable
enterprises established in several of them
are standing proofs of the publio spirit of
their citizens Henrietta Wichita Falls
Vernon Quanah Childress and Wash
burn are all growing and prosperous
centers While the first four named
towns are not strictly speaking in the
Panhandle yet the similarity of soil and
olimate surrounding them excuses men
tion of them in conneotion with that
region Childress county is really
the beginning of the Panhandle as
one enters that section from the
southeast on tbe Fort Worth and Den
ver railroad and the town of Childress
may be termed the gateway into it
This town was undreamed of three
years ago It was not even a fragment
of the brain Where it now stands the
prairie dog held undisputed possession
But today Childress is a handsome town
of one thousand people with churohes
and schools and such other evidences of
modern civilization and American enter
prise as one would naturally look for
Its people are generous hospitable
and wholesouled and its business
chock full of enterprise and push The
farmer Is gradually taking possession of
tbe soil of tbat country and before lone
tbe town of Childress whloh is the
county seat will number Its population
by tho thousands instead of tbo hun
dreds A new 10000 courthouse ls in
process of erection there now and will
be completed next spring City property
is quite reasonable at present compared
with values in larger and more preten
tious places Investments made there
now will without doubt turn out well
It is one of tht most extensive cattle
shipping points in the Northwest and Is
in many respects a yery excellent town
with a bright future ahead of it
to
Jlt would be a pleasure give speolal
mention to several other towns in the
Panhandle did time or space permtt
Let it suffice to say that there are no
dead towns among them tbat all of
them are instinct with life and activity
end give greater or less promise of pros
perous futures
A EAMPANT PB1EST
He Knocks Down Two Women and an Old Jlan
and Denes tbe OBIcers
CpjciNNATi Omo June 2 A special
from Hanovertown says that yesterday a
woman from Cleveland went to the vil
lage of Dungannon three miles east of
Hanovertown to claim a child held in
jcustody by Father Hennessy the
Catholio priest of the village She
claimed to be the mother of the child
and sister of Father Hennessy The
special says Father Hennessy
knocked the woman down she took
refuse with A MoGraw Father Hen
nessy pursued her to McGraws honse and
found her witb Miss MoGraw outside ot
the door When Miss McGraw declined
to go in the house as ordered Father
Hennessy knocked her down with a club
then old man MoGraw was felled
Father Hennessy fled to his honse de
fled the authorities for a time wlthiia
J L
rifle but at last surrendered
ness to confer in kindness with anybody
desiring it for tbe unity of all ch
people naming four things whioh
considered beyond compromise The
were 1 The Integrity of the Scripture
2 The old Christian creeds 3 The two
sacraments and the lords supper with
out any mutilation 1 Tbe hlstorio
Episcopal Upon the first three things
the Presbyterians exprsss their entire
assent and the only point of diver
sion is in regard to tbe fourth
the historic Episcopal The letters
as you can see were sent ont over
five years ago and this is the first for
mal reply we have received Lutherans
acawered pretty sharply and said they
have nothing to do with suoh a move
while other bodies responded with morj
gentleness No communication was sei
to tbe Catholics because it is known
they would have come in This Is too
great a matter if ever accomplished to
be done in baste There are enormous
difficulties In tbe way and is ay opinion
At an early date we
make it the bi
travel espei
Special to the Gazette
Texaekasa Tex J
II Burrows ol Dalby St
prom
For 30 Days Only
We offer at a bargain lots and blocks in the above addition Re
member this property is inside of the city limits
within a stones throw of the
ccounts of Banks
Ited
x facflties fort
redisc0Kut
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ton is a n
Banks 1
as a
draw esoT own
nentjAd
byV
and
Jgirfwithin five minntes ride by the Electric cars to the Postoffice
pecial Inducements
>
To parties who will build Prices lower than for
Terms easy Interest on deferred payments only 8
per cent Call at once and secure the
choice lots Apply to
300MAIN STREET
And all the Leading Real Estate Agents hi
CHUKCH UNITY
Bishop Paret ot Baltimore Talks Abont the
Union ot the Episcopal and Pres
byterian Churches
Baltimore Md June 3 Bishop
William Paret of the Episcopal dlooese
said to a reporter of tbe American re
garding a union of the Episcopal and
Presbyterian ohnrches The point is
this In 1886 tbe bouse ot bishons of tho
Protestant Episcopal church sent to all
Christian bodies letters expressing readi
States government took fori
of tbe dynamite cruiser Vesuvius
ssssssfmv ETk a af nnal
thoroughly renovate this hotel and under thenaw t w g l
state Commodious sample rooms recently eeiured
LER FORT
the problem Is a terrible one The re
sult of suoh a union no one could now
well tell M
iWlnslovq
rot hers
Byrop
The Dynamite Cralsei
Philadelphia Pa
League Navy stand tr >
t children
gams
1 Is the best
she was plaoed in commission as a man
ofwar The Vesuvius jjUI remain at
the League stand a tetfHcWta and proceed
bat
Sled st Teiar
> coast to be
of tbe navy
on man
Edren Keep
iCsscarine
MaYerick Ht
BosTora
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transfers
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throughout
ritjpjjtvnd invite P g7to
UesTnd cities when WuUtj
business
sneralbankine
ondence esid8
ASA P POTTER
6
IS W WORK Cashier
Inent physician and exrepre en Jt
lhiscounty died at
Be was well known ta Southern
an eloquent minister of the tvr

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