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Fort Worth daily gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1882-1891, October 28, 1890, Image 1

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CTfresronlence solicited
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Marked in plain figures on every garmentJto reduce an over
loaded stock All new goods manufactured for us this season
by leading clothiers and wholesale merchant tailors
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The finest makes and the largest stock in j Torth Texas
liemember the best pianos bear the names of the manu
facturers and not merely those of the dealers who sell them
Beware af cheap imitations of firstclass pianos with similar
names which are calculated to deceive For catalogues aud
prices Call on or address
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409 Houston St Fort Worth
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wards and get a piece of new music free
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TOUT WOllTH TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 28 1S93
E0E0ED UP PRICES
A Trio of Texans at the National
Capital SightSeeing
TillVnt Sew York They Talk With
Prominent Importers Coueern
in the ilcKinley Bill
Indications Point to a Democratic House lis
Census ani What Is Tbnnihl ot It oa
Both Ides Vote
T < xnns Interviewed loittlcnlly
frf rial to the Gazette
WAblilNOTOX Out 11 Messrs J J
Chew 1 Carson and Dr R tv Knox
of noustoo have returned from New
York anil lefttoni < rit for home They
were at the rapltnl todny slphtseelDf
Mr Carson said to The Gazettk corre
spondent that while In New York ha
heard all the importers say that tho Mo
Kmley bill had forced them to put up
prices Every busiuoss wan I in t >
paid Mr Careon was ioinplalninir
about tho MeKiuley bill In every Hue of
trade prices have been advanced Im
porters tell me that they could not afford
to looe money and it would be tbej
LABORING 51 IN AND 1UKMKK
who would buvo to flinutdcr the burden
of lihrh prices for tho necessaries of life
Iu political circles reports 1 heard were
most enrouragtiK for the suices of the
Democrats Even Republicans say that
the nest house will be Democratic Oh
everv thins In the Lone Star slate is
lovely Gen FI02E will be elected Gov
ernor by 11 handsome majority Yes I
heard Democrats iu New York complain
about the census and not a few charged
that the census had been used to help the
Republicans The fact that an increase
of population in the Southern Ptutea is
considerably less than we expected Is I
think lather ttrauce
C0NGHE9SMVN JlMILUN
of Tennessee is in tho olty having re
turned from bis district his fences being
iu tlrcttlnss condition He says the
Democrats will cuin one member in the
I hi re district ami tuat notwithstanding
the threerorueretl Ilcht for the povern
ortdiip the Democratic candidate will be
elected He says all mdii atiousjiomt to
a Detnocrutiu victory iu the Fourth dis
triit
The postoffice department has written
to several Texas papers informing them
that the publication ot the notice stint
this gpace is contracted for by the
Louisiana lottery but the advertisement
is prohibited by tho United States law
is a
LOTTEPY ADVERTISHMllXT
in tho ineaniuz of the law and the
paper contain it is uumnilable
The fourth uatioual bank of N > w York
City ba6 been approved 09 reserve aeent
for the first national bank of Arausus
Tex
A pojtoffiee hn9 been established at
San Agnaolo Zapita county and Nerro
G Kuvuru appointed postmaster
Fnil tnKniablIil Idnntlty
WASHIxtriox Oct IT Inquiry at tho
department of state concerning the case
of the American citizen reported in dis
patches from Constantinople being ar
rested and incarcerated for alleged com
plicity in the Armenian revolutionary
plots fails to establish absolutely his
identity The department has in Its
posesson the names of several Ameri
can citizens residing in Turkey who are
said to have been associated with the
Armenian movement The names of two
of them are Novigan and Uurdean and
from hasty comparison ot newspaper
dispatches with scant Information on
hie at the department it Is thought Gur
ditiu may be thu man referred to
Third Auditors Iteport
Washington Oct 27 Third Auditor
Hart has reported to the secretary ot the
treasury that during the past fiscal year
his office has acted on 1318 cases in
volving the sum of S2C0j0l30 and that
there are still oa hand 1820 cases repre
senting 5394084 Of the claims on
hand over hclf are In a semisuspended
condition being held over on account of
dellcient evidence questions of loyalty
etc ami iu other cases like Mexican
und Oregon wars the postoffice addresses
of claimants and attorneys are lost
Cleveland Before the Snpremn Court
Washington Oct 27 ExPresident
Cleveland today made his argument be
fore the supreme court as associate coun
sel for James Wallace Peak in what 1
known as the New Orleans drainage
case Sometime before the opening of
court ut noon the room tilled with mem
bers of the bar end spectators belonging
to the general publiu An impatient
crowd meanwhile blocked the main en
trance waiting Some opportunity to
enter was afforded by the egress ot per
sons who bad satisfied their curosity
Cleveland arrived at the capitol promptly
at noon Finding the muin entrance to
the courtroom obstructed by a crowd
Messrs DeGray and Semmens counsel
for whom he is associated were con
ducted through the marshals off e
Into the courtroom By a coinci
dence there were three persons pres
ent who bad been members of
the expresidents cabinet Bayard was
there aud gave a hearty greeting to bis
former chiuf Garland had come with a
motion to be filed and seized an oppor
tunity to shake hands with Cleveland
while Justice Lamar bowed and saluted
from u bench to which he bad been ap
pointed by the lawyer who now sot before
him waiting to plead a case
DeGray made the opening argument In
the case and It was 245 before Cleve
land rose to speak Aftar a preliminary
statement to effeot what had already
been said enabled him to omit refer
ence to the first twentyseven pages
Mr Cleveland began to read from bis
printed brief bis voice sounded lowrbut
Clear at first and as be progressed he
gradually showed more and more ani
mation modulating bis voice skillfully
aud emphasizing bis poluts by frequent
nods of bis head His language was
simple and businessHue and although
the case was very technical he succeeded
iu holding interested attention ot every
memLer of the court Through uU ilr
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ted
Cleveland stuck closely to the priu
brief and he was not interrupted by a
remark or question until 4 oolock was
reached wheu the chief justice called
attention to the tact that it was custom
ary for the court to adjourn at that
hour Upon Mr Clevelands statement
that he had nearly concluded be was
permitted to continue and in a quarter
of an hour renched the end The court
then adjourned
Carlton Hunt attorney for tho city of
New Orleans will reply iu an argument
tomorrow
Given 1 Ilenrlnc
AVAsniNGTOv Oct 27 The special
committee uppoiuied to consider tho reo
ommendation of American delegates to
the International marine conference
gnve a bearing at the treasury depart
ment today to geutlemeu Interested in
that subject An address was made en
dnrIug in gpreral terms the proposition
for the creation of a board of trade to
have jurisdiction over the mercantile in
terests of tho country but differed
slightly in their views as to its composi
tion A suggestion that the hydographer
of the navy and possibly superintendent
of the coast survey bo made members of
board seemed to meet witn favorThis was
advocated by Mr Houghton and Ad
miral Harmony because of the ad
vantage to be derived in the mat
ter of chnrts etc bv having
experts on board Representatives of
snlling interests made a strong
argument In favor of giving those in
terests equal rights nnd privileges with
steam Interests It was announced the
hearing would be resumed tomorrow
aud that tho attorneys would be given
until November 15 to file their briefs
ASSASSINATED
Two Mm In tho Boom > r Country Culled to
Their Toor and Kllbd Tho Arouckte
fountains Gold Eooratiran
Special lo the Garetto
Oklaiiojiv City O T Oct 27
During Saturday night some time John
Wobber and Henry Sweitzer living in a
double house alone south of this olty
about eighteen miles wero called to
their doors shot and instantly killed
The neighbors found them about 10
oclock yesterday morning but their
bodies did not arrive in this city until
today It is supposed that a claim con
testant shot aud killed them Webbers
remains will be buried here while those
of Sweitzer will be shipped to Indiana
The excitement in regard to the gold
findings iu the Arbucklo mouutnlns is
abating Your correspondent arrived
from there this morning but nothing
was discovered or found to warrant the
excitement manifested heretofore A
vein of the mineral In small quantities
exists there but nothing to any great
degre Iron asphnlt and lead ore are
found but only In mediocre quantities
A company of twentvone persons has
leased the mineral district from the
Chickasaws for twenty years and it is to
pay them onethird of the ore smeltered
The sample of ore placed in the hands of
on ussayer hero by your correspondent
do not pan out ns the stock company lu
the mouutnins would have people believe
There is without doubt mineral there
but it will take costly machinery and
years of labor to develop it
Three counterfeiters the Smith broth
ers and a fellow by the name of Larkln
were jailed here touight for passing
spurious money iu Normuu a town south
of this place a few miles
AltKESTKD FOi FKAUD
ibe Mnnlrnlators of tint Plalnflald Addi
tion Schema Near D3nvrln Trouble
Denver Col Oct 27 Deputy
United States Marshal Long and Post
office Inspector Lawrence yesterday ar
rested James Pierce and William M
Stutt on acharge ot running a fraudlent
real estate business at Plainfleld an
addition to Denver thirty miles
from hero on the Denver and Fort
Worth railroad They were arrested
on a writ Issued by Judge Brazee nua
were brought to this city last night The
Plainfleld addition company began busi
ness in September 1889 Thousands of
circulars were printed and distributed
throughout the country from Colorado to
Maine They announced that the com
pany was giving away lots for the price
of recording them 250 and
a two cent postage stamp was
neccessary to return the deed
just 4U70 deeds were returned to the
county with the necessary S250 aud
postage stamp to be recorded Tho only
bouse within six miles of the Plainfleld
addition to Denver is Pierces own
house which is located on the property
The secret of the scheme lays In the re
cording of the deeds The regular fee
for recording a deed in Douglas oounty is
S250 but by an agreement with Heory
Jones couuty recorder he received
only nine ceuts for this service and the
company pocketed the balanco SICO
By this deal the compauy has oleared
nearly SS000 or S5500 more than tbey
pnld tor the whole property Pierce and
Stutt are charged with running a fraud
ulent scheme which is a government
offense owing to the mails being used to
carry the plan After tholr appearance
this morning before Commissioner Brazee
they were held in bail la the sum of
51000
BUSINESS
FAILURE AT UILLSSORO
f p cial to the Gazette
HlLLSBORO Tux Oot 27 J B
Chambers grocery house was closed to
day by attachments levied by J B Cox
for S2200 and Sanies Revier for SIOO It
is not knowu at this time what bis assets
are or bow much bis liabilities will
amount to The above attachments were
for borrowed money
The quo warranto case acalnst tho city
of Hillsboro was on change of venue
transferred to Waco
Gono Up In Smoke
fipectal to the Gazette
TiMPSdx Tex Oct 27 The resi
dence of T G Todd and Us contents
situated two miles from here was de
stroyed by tire yesterday afternoon at 3
oclock Loss 1000 no ituuruuee
WfPS
VOL XV NO 14
THE STATE CAPITA
A Trajredy in AMiicIi a Woman Is
Fatally shot
Disposition ot the Mirnlus Enmlngs of ths
Convict Farm Three Mrxcnns Killed
Greer ConntT Case FlleJ
Special to the Gaiette
Austin TexOct 27 A bloody trag
edy was enacted this afternoon in a cheap
lodging house on East street In this city
in which one life was ended and another
may tollow William Dornwell well
known as Buffalo Bill an expolice
man and the keeper of a restaurant on
Pecan street near to the Driskill hotel
while under the influence of liquor and
jealousy quarroled with and shot his
mistress Maggie Nulla the ball enter
ing the left check and lodging in tho
neck back of the ear from which plaoe
the surgeon extracted it She will prob
Bbly die After shooting her Dornwell
placed the revolver to his own head and
sent a fortyUve calibre ball crashing
through bis brain and died in an hour
He lenves a wife and children
A sudcial meeting of the board of mnn
agerj of the penitentiary was held today
In the private oiTice of Governor Ross to
determine what should be done with the
surplus funds the earnings of the cou
victs on the ntato farm in the hands of
Financial Agent W G Parish The
estimated net inconis from the farm for
the past two years is SI2000O
a splendid showing Thii will repay tha
appropriation for penitentiary uses made
two years ago and leave a balance on
hand of 50000 It was decided to re
fund into the stuto treasury
the amount of the appropriation
S70000 nnd the remaining balnuce on
hand The net income from tho farm is
thus showc to be 500000 a year for the
past two years
Charters tiled with the seoretnry of
state The Burleson oounty cotton oil
mill and the Uvalde water supply and
power company
borne Mexicans fell to shooting each
other over cards Saturday night at
Hunters Bend on the Colorado river
ten miles from Austin When the
smoke cleared away it was fouud that
three of the gang had been killed
A dispatch received this evening by
Governor Ross from AttorneyGeneral
Hogg at Washington stated that the
Grjer oounty case was filed today lu lbf
United States supreme court nud would
come up for hearing in ninety days
Snlt to Dlisolvn Cleburnos Incorporation
Special to tha Gazette
Clkiiukxe Tex Oot 27 The
county attorney has commenoed suit In
the district court of Johnson county
against the mayor and aldermen of tho
city of Cleburne alleging that tho legis
lature incorporated Cleburne as a town
iu 1871 and that the mayor > and alder
men In 1875 without any authority of
law assumed that Clebtirno was nu in
corporated olty under the statutes
authorizing a city to surrender its
charter and to accept In lieu thereof the
general provisions of the law relating to
a olty containing 1000 inhabitants or
over The couuty attorney contends
that the town council baa no authority
to so act and he prays the court to oust
the present mayor and nldermen of their
respective offices and lo dissolve the so
called incorporation known as the city of
Cleburne
Slntllntrd by Faislnc Train
Special to the Gazette
Taris Tex Oct 27 Justice Roun
tree was called yesterday to hold an in
quest over the badly mutilated remains
of a man which had been found early la
the afternoon on the Frisco line about
four miles from the city It was learned
that his name was Henry Fuzzell aud
that he had beeu for some time em
ployed as a section hand on tho Frisco
He came here from Avooa Ark and
has no relatives hero He was In the
city Saturday drlnkine and started out
on the St Louis express but was put off
a few miles away and probably met bis
death trying to board a parsing freight
Stmt nu Wife nnd Salclded
Special to the Gazette
Eagle Pass Tei Oct 27 At noon
today a negro named Willis Moses who
has filled the position of steward at the
Eagle Pass club sinoe its formation shot
his wife in the forehead Five iniuutes
later when a deputy marshal appeared
on tha scene he shot and killed himself
The bullet being deflected by the thick
frontal bone did not penetrate th9 brain
but came out at the mouth Domestio
trou le was the cause Willis was a
faithful servant at tho club and tha
trugedy Is regretted
Former Fatally Injnrod
Special to the Gazette
Mesquite Tex Oot 27 A series of
accidents have happened near here since
yesterday Mr D A Davis a farmer
living near here attended church at
Long creek yesterdoy After preaching
was over he got in bis wncon to go
home His team became frightened and
ran away with hira throwing him out of
the wagon aud Injuring him internally
Today bU physician says be cannot re
cover
James Lumly another farmer while
unloading cotton was thrown from tho
wagon and had his arm broken just
above the wrist
Wanted tn Kentucky
Special to the Gazette
Sherman Tex Oct 27 Today
Marshal Blainearrested S L Martin
who has been sojourning in Sherman for
same weeks on information from the
chief of police at Lexington Ky for
horse theft Officers left Kentucsv to
day with papers Martins wffe arrived
a few days ago which wus the means of
tracing the fugitive from justice He
could not give bond and awaits the ar
rival of requisition papers for his re
moval
3Iark Twains Mother Deat
Keokuk Iowa Oct 27 Mrs Jane
Clements mother of Samuel Clements
butter known as Mark Twain died tills
ev nlus aged eightyseven y ors
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