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Fort Worth daily gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1882-1891, October 28, 1890, Image 2

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They lteturaed from the Atlanta
Drill Last Night
They Got Third Place in the Interstate
Drill and Should Properly Hare
Got Hrst
Cnpt rorrt Gives an Fxhnnstlvo Fxplanatlon
o the Circumstances Connected with
tbe Contest
The Fencibles returned Inst night
They arrived In Fort Worth at 3
Well bow dill they do in Atlanta
They carried off the third prize in the
Interstate drill and should have got
first The story is best told as Captain Ford
related it to a U ktte ojhu last night
after ho had refreshed himself with a
supper and un artesian water bath
He left Tort Worth on the morning
of Thursday October 1C as you know
We ban a boudoir car to ourselves and
the Colt > a Helt provided everything es
sential to our comfort We were in
rhnrge of Traveling 1aseenger Acent It
II Curler and I want to say that he left
nothmu undone that would make our
trip enjoyable und pleasant The boys
of the oinpnny vote him a tiptop chap
eroue and we all ocknowlego ourselves
under a debt of a gratitude to hlra
We passed through Memphis and
go to Nashville in time to see the big
penitentiary fire which though not got
up for our special benefit interested us
very much while it Insted
We reached Chattanooga on tho
morning of Saturday Oct 18 and spent
the day visiting Missionary Itidie Look
out mountain und other points of interest
In and near the city
It m in such cases as that that our
chaperono Mr Curtar came to the
front nobly
We were royally entertained by tho
citizens of Chattanooga and everthlng
pottdblo was done to iimko our stay la
that place pleasant
At 630 Sunday morning wo arrived
nt Atlanta Tho city wag pretty well
crowded wtb visitors to the exposition
but wa proceeded direct to the camp
grounds and at once p tched our tents
in the grounds of the exposition
There were eight other companies on
the grounds
Tiio interstate drill was to have oc
currid at 10 oilock on Wednesday morn
ing October 22 and according to the
written requiremeits of those in com
mand of the drill each compauy was to
have reported on the grouuds ready for
drill nt its alloted time rain or shine
dressed In full drees uniform
In the drawing for place the Fonci
Slee drew llrst place
When 10 oclock Wednesday morn
ing came It was raining in torrents but
that was the hour allotted the Feuolbles
nud they were on hand ready for drill
Hut they received written orders to re
port oznin nt 1 oclock
At 1 oclock we presented ourselves
ngnin and demanded that we be drilled
but again received orders for postpone
Eleven oclock Thursday was tho
next hour set und nt that time we pre
sented our elves again and again de
manded to be drilled but were again re
fused as it was still raining
On Triday morning tbe rain had
subsided somewhat but there was still a
drizzle Tho grounds were one sheet of
water and mud but the Fencibles were
put through their drill
It wus as mlsernblo a field as any
compauy ever had tho misfortune to
mnrtb upou
i went to tho officers in command
and requested that the drill bo postponed
till noon In order that the mud and water
might pass an ay somewhat but this nas
relused and wo wore ordered to pro
We did so
At 930 the drill betan
The mud was so deep and tho ground
n slippery 1 wns almost Impossible for
the boys to march
But wo made a splendid showing
Wo pasted through nn almost perfeot
Inspection received a perfect score on
tho manual and put up a creditable drill
Id the Held movements
1 The score allowed us was 7 out of
a possible 100
The judges were Lieutenants Lnwton
of the Thirteenth Infantry and SloDon
ald of tho Fourth Artillery and Capt
Lyman Hall of the Grady cadets nt one
time captain of one of the competing
teams in tho Interstate contest
Ihe Gnte City Guards of Atlanta got
tho first prize with a score of eightyfive
The McCarthy Light Guards of Little
Hock oime In second
We drilled in the morning In the
rain The other companies came out
nfter noon when tho drizzle had ceased
and tho crounds had cleared off to our
ovident disadvantage Had we been al
lowed to drill on Wednesday morning as
nt first ordered each compnny would
have labored under the same disad
vantages but os it was we were for two
days housed up in our tents without op
portunity to drill whtle the other com
panies practiced continually iu th lr
larg > armory tbe courtesies of which
they neglected to tender us
When Friday morning nrrlred and
wo were ordered to proceed with our
drill I requested that it be postponed
until noon In order tlrat tho ground
might dry off but this was refused We
drilled In tho rain and mud Tho other
compahies drilled on comparatively dry
ground and without moisture in the air
Now I want to tell you how we lost
You observe we are only 7 > 2 poluta
behind tbe winner Twelve and a half
individual errors wero charged against
the company and ten points were de
ducted from tbe score on account of two
errors charged against the captain as
each error of the captain counts fire
One of the errors charged against
me occurred this way When tbe com
pany was turned over to the judges Jo
Inspection the command Inspection
arm was not given by me That was tbe
ohargn but the command in fact was
given as can bo proved by the affidavit
of every member of the company be
side that no army officer inspecting a
company would proceed to inspect unless
the cantaln had given such command ns
otherwise the company would not be
ready for inspection until after such
> command was given
The other error charged was tbat the
boxes were not open for inspection
I stated to tbe judges at the
time tb t they should not charge
that error against me as it was
the universal custom to direct tho com
pany commander to open boxes whoa
such inspection was desired and such
wa the instruction given to the officers
ot the Fencibles at the late San Antonio
Strayti or Stolen
From my premises Saturda
encampment when one of the inspector
generals of small arms of tbe United
States was present and gave the instruc
tions The judges at Atlanta directed
the commanders of the other companies
to open boxes
So it was wrong to charge such errors
against tbe company
If we had not been charged these
wrongful errors we would have been ten
points better off and would taken first
The Fenolbles did not enter n com
petitive squad
Hut In the Individual drill ho put In
four men out of tbe twenty competing
Our men were J A Flaherty A L
Abercrombie L Rosenfield and D C
When the line had diminished to flvo
men three of them were Fenclblea onu
a Gate City Guard and the other a
Snwanee cadet The latter secured the
We should have won that prize too
When the command secure arms
was given the guard and cadet placed
their thumbs under their gunslings the
Fencibles placed their thumbs on tbe top
or tbe slings The judges didnt drop
out the cadet and guard for this although
I poinfd out that they had mude a
manifest error as you will see here
and Capt Ford showed tbe reporter a
copy of a revision of Uptons Tactics
published by the secretary of war which
contains tbe following paragraph
As the gun sling Is not mentioned in
tbe manual of arms it is fair to lufer
that it Is supposed to be not in use be
ing used the thumb should be on the
Gtrap not under
So you bee bow we were fixed ot At
lanta went on Capt Ford
Hut we had a splendid time
socially ho continued Tbe boys
were so taken up with Atlanta they dil
uot want to come away The reception
given by Miss Howell the sponsor
of the company was splendid oue of
tbe Quest things I ever saw and tbe
boys appreciated the favor
What Capt Ford says about the recep
tion is borne out by the account given iu
the Atlanta Constitution of October 22
which says
A more elegant and delightful enter
tainment was never given in Atlanta
thau that which gathered together a
large number of guests at the handsome
house of Capt E V Howell lust even
ing The occasion was a reception ten
dered by Miss Effle Howell to tbe Fort
Worth Fencibles of which company she
is the sponsor Half the guests present
were visiting military and tho other half
were of the young unmarried portion of
No home in Atlanta Is more suitablo
for elaborate entertaining than Capt
Howells and on this occasion the bau
tlful grounds and hundsome mansion
appeared to the greatest advantage A
brilliant star hung in tbe center of the
archway of the long front verandah
showered a stream of light down the
long avenue The verandah was inclosed
and the walls hung with smilax From
the celings swung many rich colored
lamps and Japanese iauterns and banks
of glowing llowers and tropical plants
added grace nud richness to the scene
In the brown room with its effective
carved oherry wood work Miss Howell
and liar muids of honor Miss Maude
Darker Miss Cornelia Jackson and Miss
Aileleue Adulr received their guests
The mantel wns gracefully bung with
delicate garlands of smilax The
grand piano was covered wih a
bed ot brilliant flowers An alcove
in one corner where the punch was
served had an arch twined with crape
vines rich lu their treasures of purple
fruit The ceiling was adorned with
alternatiug band of white nnd blue rib
bon radiating from tbe center chande
liers In all the apartments there wus
some dainty white and blue decorution
these being the colors of tbe company
The druwingroom was udorned with
smilax and palms and the elegant din
ingroom was most artistically und ap
propriately decorated The table had
for Its center adornment stacked arms
formed of blue and while flowers while
beautifully iced cakes silver and cut
glass bowls of fruits and flowers formed
tbe other decorations Small teteatete
tables were placed here and there each
containing bowls of fruits and llowers in
the center
The archway of the bow window was
hung with a spiders web of blue nnd
white silk and the bullets and mantel
wero adorned with llowers All this
lower floor and the porches were used
for refreshments aud for those who pre
ferred promeuading to dauo ng On the
third floor was the ballroom the length
and breadth of the whole ma sion This
room was decorated with Uags and bunt
ing the flag of the Feuolbles being tho
most prominent
There were four additions to the Chris
tian church on Sunday
The Womans Keller Corps and Sons o
Veterans are requested to meet Iarmly
Post on Wednesday October 2D nt tbe
depot and go with them to Dallas
It is desired that ail children of the
Cumberland Presbyterian church Sab
bath eohool meet ot tbe church at 33 °
oclock today Bring Sam Jones song
Miss Birdie Bridges wonthe gold medal
for selling the greatest number of tickets
to tho baseball game played by tho dry
goods aud clothiers uines for tbe beuelit
of the AI Hayne monument fund The
medal will doubtless be presented to the
young lady in a few days
The brotherhood of locomotive fire
men Trinity lodge No 83 will givo
their fourth annual bull at Huffmans
hall Thanksgiving eve November 26
Musio will be furnished by the opera
house orchestra with supper at the Ar
linuton rostaurant at 12 oclock The
following uamed gentlemen compose the
committee of arrangements jeorge
Tacker J W Cassell George Leo J
D Whilley and George Jackson
yHilowred cowvh8 ffpon
Suitable reggMtfSi ner retnrn
as Sf J MoKOAW VVuixs
< t5J Second nnd Taylor streets
Strayed from
a dark bay bora
star in forehead
thlsh Return
pany and gnt
in Fort Worth
bands blubwhite
dim R on
fuel com
Y terdnjf Iocnt Weathor Itoport
Corrected daily by J P Kicks
At C0 am 47 Clear
At 1110 a m 57Clear
At iUi m Clear
At3J0p rn 73 Clear
Att > tu ptu 6S Cloudy
Attt p m GJ Cloudy
Washington Oct 281 a ra Fore
cast till 8p in today For Eaitern
Teles and Ixuuiaua Fair weather
variable winds
JlOTHl AltUirlLS
E C Buchanan Waro O A Little St Lonis R
O Kea Ba timore A B Snider Wato S E
Jones Austin R O Bouham Sa 1 Antonio U A
CunninghamGalveston AI O Billings St Louis
J L Vincent Texas A A Zimpltmxn Itaska
Miss llageie Davis Clifton J McDamels
Memphis Teni J H Harrison Mansfield Lee
Peylan J P Hammersmith Taylor L M Spen
cer and ntfe Waxahachle O P Page Mrs
George Page O P Hause Miss Hattie Chaisor
< ansteU J H Roulhacn Ilaica J C Ander
son Terrell W G McDonald Dillss Tei
G P McNeele Dallas Tex K Chilton Decatur
E Poe Harris Indian Territory Oscar Thomp
son Texas W K Bere Palo Pinto Wulis
Wright nnd wife Dallas O M Wilcox Waco T
J DADlel Mis issippl O W Williams Santa
Lucia P V Evans Clarendon E T Parrott
Throckmorton C W White Waco
Jeff Haymie White Horn S P Britt
Childress P F Cummings Big Bprinci
J N Bleneit Godan JoeTCirfc Kingman Kan
D W Mclntyre Big Springs E W McKenrie
Midland b Foltz Midland J S Coe Big
Springs Frank Vaughn Bie Springs David
Eedfisld Galveston J H Holcomb wife and
daughter Cisco Henry Johnson Cisco Miss
Zordie Lancaster Cisco S 51 Buer and fam
ily Texas Miss Oline Wait Cottondale Stone
wall SingleCottundale W J Waun Cottondale
T H Kemp Clifton Haul McMillen Taylor
It E Bice Morristown Tenn O D Brown New
York J M onall Bowie J W Hatcher Decatur
E W Hatcher Decatur Q W Ea < on lyler J K
Fauste Gravevine IJ Murphy Daniel Murphy
Taylor J T McCIendon an I wife Texa < ED
j je
The Last Dajs of Pompeii Drew An
other Big Crowd
The Exhibition neMled all rrevlom Efforts
In Fome Fartlcniars A Ftartllnc Erup
tion Ibe Fyrotechnlcal Display
The Last Days of Pompeii dr w another large
crowd last night and the bencnes were almost
as completely filled as on last Saturday night
when there was the largest attendance of the
season so far
It was another chilly evening bnt the visitors
did not mind the condition of the weather
In many respects the exhibition excelled any
previous effort at Fort Worth In fact the man
agers of thedispay appear to possess the facility
of presenting sopietfung novel each evening
and making uccessive exhibitions appear su
perior I those which preceded them
The music w j good Professor Ault is the
leader of the oand which previous to the begin
ning of the display renders a fine concert each
evening and during tne exhibition renders ap
propriate maiic In good style
There were new features in the way of special
ties latt night A halldozen ladder performers
lent their talents to the interest of the occasion
and right well did they succeed The
acts put in as part of the Itoman
sports witnessed by the Pnmpclian populace
as part of the r festival ceremonies are superior
in eveay respect and are seldom equaled in
parts as exhibitions of athletic skill JJJ
listic events last nieht were good a rrje
rope act and the bicycling Z >
A most pleasing feature of the entertainment
Is a beautiful and well performed wait
by a bevy of some twenty
more flower girls dressed in pretty
rich costumes and i iven the best aid in the v
of appearance by flcilld application of col <
lights As they flit over tbe immense a
in the rendition of an elaborate and iutrjaAee
dance to the strains of charming Nanon ijftz
the scene is one long to be remembered
The eruption ot Vesuvius vhich abruptly
terminated tbe silendid performance last
night was an awful affair It cam with
terrible suddenness There was an ear
snllttlng explosion at tho peak of
Vesuvius then exp osions in all parts of the
citr 1 he temple ot Isis shook as though by an
earthquake an 1 amid the outpouiing lava und
exploding bombs the rich and gorgeous cily is
Tonght will be an occasion of special Interest
at Pompeii There will be still morespecialty
features and a representation In fireworks of the
prettiest lady in rort Worth will be g v n
Who is tbe prettiest lady in Fort Worth
Miss Ella E Hinks Toyah Duncan F Brown
Toyah Mrs O Wheeler i Paso 11 W Kerop
Jier frt Louis II Dickson Taylor J B Grey
Qaanah J W Clark St Louis W T Simmois
bt Louis James A McLeon Cincinnati John
W Veale Brecienridge Susie Veal BrecLen
rilge J Q rtrampelmeier Loui > ville Dr CF
Paine Comanche Volny Hall Marshall
Mils Edith Waison Bonha n Miss Rawlingi
Tayjor O M Cravford llou ton Mrs Itomn
son ban Antonio ALRhomburg Austin II C
Graham at Louis It F Hoiiges Files Hill
county Mrs A M Fields Toyah Bohert F Bell
and wife Weatherford M WKempner atLouix
Miss Annie Halsell Dacitur It M Carter Cot
ton Belt D II Jackson St Joseph Mnj
EL Humphries Waco P E Sludebaker South
Bend Ind John I Witn T Sidney Weber
Dallas T D M Qlasson Phcenix Ariz W b
Duke Jr J ffcrson Tex v D Bippey Pan
hanjle Ben Salter Miss Myrtle Saljer Nava
sota Tex J H Snow banta Fe route A Mc
Cain Dublin Tex S C Pemberton tephen
vlllo F M Browne J B Chilton J J Parker and
aire F M McDermitt T E Wilson
L B Russell II C McDaniel Comanche
ET Jones Baltimore Md John T Sweetman
Galveston W W Blair New Orleans La D A
Walker and wife Waco J K Zimmerman Kan
sas City Mo P K btichler Cisco A H Cohn
Waco J C Bucaanan Dallas B II Thompion
Chicago Ill Frank Johnson Harris jurir Pa
A E Buchanan Moscow W Hnnier 8t Louis
Mo L B Howard Texas L O Grant T II Vv il
son 0 O Jo ine A F To sett WUhita Falls J
W Weatherford Jlnnis T B Cox A Roe Waco
George Vernon G E Carr Comanche M L
Lanirfort Montgomery J C Denny Chicago
Geo W Jalonick Dallis It S Rose O F Haley
James Fairbanks F Williams Wm O Tool
Gainesville J Gieen Vernon E W LaBeaume
bt Louis W II Winfield texamana U C Diboll
Dallas S II Shannon St Louis O J
Disbrow New York J P Wills Chi
cago Ill Silas II Jenkins New York
Ed S Lockett Dalla3 Mrs V H Claiborne and
daughter Jefferson Miss S B bhearer ialves
ton George S Brown Dallas J II Glasgow
Seymour Benjamin btoutClarksburg W Va B
F Dyer and wife Bonbam Mrs Masterson
Oscar Was on and wife M s A H Wasson Al
bert Wasson Dallas Mrs W R Kennedy and
children Tayor EB Willismson Troy N Y
John P Irwin Houston A M Holms bt Louis
M F V infrey Columbus Kv A V Doak and
wifeMiss Annie DoaNew York R C Graham
St Louis V B Maner wife and children Texas
M Barnes Comsnche W L Nilms Cleburne
Henry F Burt Dalias John D Williams and
wife Jim Meltown and wire Sulphur Spriugs
W E Ward and wife Spnngtown Ella Ward
Rhome W W McRoe Miss Mamie Barre
Aurora II S Winans A M Baker Vernon J
Jolonick and wife Woohs a Falls Preston
Crisp Sulphur prings O B Williams New
York J O Murphy Dallas J T Holland M E
Thompson W H D Bund Amarillo
Taylor Holand E H Trice and wife dau < ie
J O Yantis J W Morman tjipe Springs S W I I
Lanhara Weatherford Mrs H A Bramtetto
J J Fudge FLFanchi V B White J E Meyer
Seymour E Manton and wife Miss Hallie Man
ton LaGrange Go Verne H O McDaniel Co
manche O M Loy wife and child Seymour
Ben F Allen and wife Decatur W A Jones and
family T BBalles and brother 8 L Clack and
daughter Miss Carrie 13rann Heymour J B
Perkin Bhome Tex Mrs O Rice Miss Hattie
Rice Miss Maggie Rice R S Christan Morris
tonn Tenn Miss Lillle Loving Benbrook Tex
Frank Parnell Texas George B Barnum
Texas F A JonesTexas AS Graham Graham
J W Lynch New York O K Wheeler Corsl
cana J H Beall Sweetwater W W Beall Robv
H Metcalf Dallas A E Graft Weatherford J
W McCord Waco R P Campbell and wif
Waco W E Keahy Waco E E Campbell
Waco Mrs Gross and daughter Dallas U
Brann Kansas City V L Williams
Dallas J G Brten and wife Dublin T x
M T Gardner Pitchfork ranch J M Carter
Waco F F Kerr and f smily Vernon Mrs W A
Maxwell El Paso H H Signor Brownwood
W Westmoreland B Crandall Vernon W W
McMnis W O Hamilton and family J y
Shine and wife PH Miller Texas D Lauekin
Mrs A Walker Dallas J Jl Brooks wire and
sister Cif ton D B Gardner Panhandle John
B Nerille aud wife Clarendon
LA Lanson and wife Texarkana Otto Gle
eecb St Louis Nat J Durlack St Lonis Miss
E ts Texarks Miss Starlev Tvlr Fra k
Anderson Belton W S Rather Jr
and w fe Vtrnun Tex L A Starley
Tyler M S Clairborne and wife Jefferson
E H Eagleston and wife Miss Frankie Jouo
tmithville KH Bryan New York J L Wolf
Misfit Tex F E Farmer Lacoraea Mrs M A
Manul > I H sdgmore Tacoma J D Atkerson
Gainesville Mrs WII Evans Postoak Tex A
L Lawry and wife W R Long and wife Hills
boro V R Singleton and wife Austin John
T Pllve and wife W H Brown Taylor
HarryT Leonard Jim Bowie county R U
Hanaa Austin A J Peeler R F Harrison Fort
Worth and Denver City railway R C Gardner
Lcm Junction Wirt Slier New York D T
Skinner and wife Denver J Fild Eaton
Tenniylvanla It O Johnson Texas
A JDobaon J S Smith New Orleans La J E
Fairmount Austin Charles A Ingham Man
chester England GusT Weil St Louis Mo
James G Evans Chicago 111 E W Care H
Hall Houston S M Smith H T Keenaa Johi
rornby Marsene B Johnson J Smith Ti
Unbert Gill Ranger Geo W Johnson
rdo Tex Chaa Lambert Parsons Kan D A
There is nothinpvseUer to re
lieve the PAltfandijrTCHINGand
tnar PO
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he astri
pa rati
40 years I have be r
descnbablt sufferer with the
Every known remedy 1 have
cf which had a tendency to
ret cure First attacked wit1
ing jpect
PILES which annoyed me fofyears
bleeding piles followedwhich
frequently confined me to the bed
teaving me unfit for business Within
a lew days tbey have attacked me in full
Icrce and that most excruciatirg cf the
imorrhoid familytho ITCHING PILES
superseded both Having become pos
eessed cf some PONDS EXTRACT I
applied Itfreely undiluted Had Heaven
ana Earth come together I would rot
t ave been more surprised I never
lreamed of a cure Three times only
nave I resorted to PONDS EXTRACT
tnd the ITCHING FILES vanished ss if
i < y magtc I an fully convinced that it
11 the only krown rerrody in the wide
tvorld for tho ITCHINS PILES My
statement ts unsolicited THOMAS
S MURPHt Olmstedville N Y
Bo sure you got PONDS EX
TRACT not somo worthless
substitute All Druggists
Mann Crockett Thos R Mastin and familr
Greenville IIJ ONeal Linden Jos Surplu
New Yotk W Boyd Jr Saco 11 W
McCord Waco M W Esrlv Dal as
W B Henderson E E Banner Eabim Banner
Miss Bele Painter et Louis O W Wanrcr
Tjley George Calhoun Austin G Hargrove
Mount Pleasant Tex W A Brook and sister
Forney Tex M M Brooks Greenville B W
Rowland anil daniblers Tvler S Elbert Tyler
D D Hntchins S F Thomas J Eean Comanche
Geoi > e B Lovin and wife El Paso John Jones
Missi sippiW D Luite Jeffer < on R A Ren
deron Denver Stany il Jon a Baird R
Ooode Texas W II Evoee Chicago John
R Ritner St Louis J E Hill Clarindo Col
RD Collier Waxahvibie J L Penmneton To
peka J A McLean Cincinnati Ohio T J Nnnn
Austin Hal G btevens Memphis S M Herden
and wife Mrs J N Lawrence Bryan Mrs Kate
LJosey Huntsvilie Tred Brill St Louis John
Besill Ranger
E L Ilumphroya of Waco is here
S B Jonerof Austin is at the Man
Mr iA OcJanderof Waco was In the
city yesterduy
Postmaster John S Witwer of Dallas
was in the city yesterday
Dr C F Paine of Comancho is in the
oity He is domiciled nt the Pickwick
Sir J Jalonick a leading business
man of Wichita Falls and his wife were
in the city yesterday
Miss Fann Boyd of Kuliss is visitine
her sister Mrs Ueorfo M Williams at
No 1401 East Pencil street
Rev C F Smith of Carthoce is in tho
ouy takinu in the slchts lie is the
Rutst of Dr J M Borders on Missouri
Hon Jo Abbott representative of this
district in congress was a visitor In Fort
Worth yesterday the cuest of Hon John
Peter Smith who showed the gentleman
over the city
Dr George Jaokson and wife returned
yesterday morning from Minneapolis
Mrs Jackson has been In Minneapolis for
several months and returns much im
proved in health
Hon S W T Lanhara of Weather
ford is in the citv He is stopping at
the Mansion house He was on inter
ested spectator of tho Pompeilan exhi
bition last nigh I
Col D A Nuno of Crockett one of
Texas most devoted Democrats is in
the city He leaves this rawrning for
Quuuab to be cone a few gars and on
his return will remain some time in this
Mrs E G Senter and baby returned
Jim Johnson Mineral Wells Fred J yesterday from Lebanon Teun where
iAl tl iY s ioM Py rAT ila they spent tho summer Mr Senters
mother Mrs liramlett of Bonnain also
arrived in tbe city last evenlug
Col T J Hurley left yesterday after
noon for Gainesville to be gone a dav or
so He has been elected a trustee oftbe
North Texas Presbyteriun college located
at Gaiuesville aud it was to atteud tbe
flrst meeting of the board that ha made
this trip
Deputy County Clerk W E Butler Is
laid up with a case of malaria
Mrs R B Rice representing tbe
Texas World of Houston is m the oity
and will give Fort Worth something
ot a writeup before she leaves She
Is a gifted and energetio newspaper
woman and her articles over the unm de
plume of Texas traveler have attracted
no little attention The Texas World
has recently swallowed up the Figaro
Ryder Tuylors paper a
To riant Down Ilenncxys Aasnaalns
New Orleaxs La Oct 27 A niiss meeting
ot citlxcns caded by the committee of fifty
which had been appointed by the mayor to as
sist in bringin the assassins ot Hennessy to
justice was hell tonight In Lafayette square
Col S F Eshman Dresldenl of tbe board of
trade presided Addresses were made and the
committee of fifty submitted its report to the
effect that J3J0OJ will be required to carry ont
their plans insecure the arrest and conviction
of the criminals A resolution was adopted ap
proving tbe course ot the committee aud pledg
ing it support
i male or female to
it Parker Wise Denton
Dallas counties Liberal com
Addrss L E H care Ga
zutte with references
iapg z A pgi > r t
ance for 15 days on what the people cab
The best county exhibit ever
jlaced ontexhibitioii in the United
WICHITA WANTS > sP000 farmers and busi
ness men to locate innd assist in develop
ing the natural reso rc of one of the best
agricu tural counties in or ut of Texas
WICHITA WANTS o see thenhans homes
of Dallas and San Antonio reatize not lesfj
than 2000 out of her exhibit nW at th
Texas State Fair at Dallas W
WICHITA WANTS everybody to kn ghaf
she was awarded the largest u ttkim
1000 ever offered in the UnitedJate <
Canada for county exhibits at tjb Inten
tional Fair and Exposition at Jpin An onio
October 11 1S90 jf
WICHITA WANTS jj ffistinctly understool
that she has been agjSrded the lar es1 ca h
premium 500j pf red and paid by the
Texas State J and Dallas Exposition ou
countv exhibjjpC October 22 1S90
WICHITAyJimXTS and will have a sqnar
deal am fTair count She asks no favor
and ijwilihig to leave it to the People an J
Prg sPto say whether or not the judges ap
imted by the Dallas Fair Association coui
t have coxsciextiously done better lu
tljgfVVICinTA WANTS to and vriLT locate h r
Premiumtaking1 exhibit at some good ra
road center in Texas where it can be et i
by the public after the close of the St it
WICHITA WANTS all in search of homes
investments to call on telephone telcirrapi
Who is in Charggfof the Exhibit atftSair Grounds Dallas or
address him at
KOTE f uwant the Earth or a Small Slice of it on long time easy pay
nts ith low rate of interest come to Wichita Falls
You are paying from 350 to 500 per acre rent If you are
renting on shares for onethird and onefourth of the crop you
are paying more After your crop is gathered and your labor
ended you yet have no home nor a foot of land on the face of
the earth I will sell you your choice of lands out of
cholEst sec
arefyet the
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west are
for what you pay per acre in rent Two years cultivation will
more than pay for the iand These lands lie adjacent to the Texas
and Pacific railway and are among the finest in the world Buy
at once and be independent for life A
Dakotaj KbiicB iKansas sm indeedj oughout
wejFtaln up jfi resistjjSsi tide of
fading JTer tSb wesjJns ilpid pbsjrbing the
Lands afong thayptes aM raciff Railway
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Wo be found in Texas No richer lands nor healthier llimate can
be found within the Republic I can offer you your chice out of
500000 acres of selected lands at from 350 to 6 per acre
will ever again he presented in Texas to invest in one or more sec
tions for yourself or your children They are the securest in
vestment in the world and are certain to double in value in two
years 100 PER CENT IN TWO TEARS is the investment
offer you Address
Or SAM H MILLIEIN General Manager
At the Oprn House
ToniEbt only at Greenwalls opera
house appears Oscar Sissous latest musi
cal farcecomedy success Wild Oats
The comedy made a hit tbroush the
South and West last season aud is highly
spoken of by the press of Cincinnati and
Kansas City where the company recent
ly appeared The company consists of
twelve comedians and vocalists inoluil
IncOscarSissou tho wellknown sineim
comedian formerly tbe star of the
Little KugRet company
Call at Gazette busin ja afJiaHPftlnt
this papers prjjasflBBkWW HcInno This
andorg HB < PWe flnd tna Weeiclj OAZsna
nth the Sunday Qazsttji ooitSZJi
Daily Gaxkttx only tSJ
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Wanted Agents male
EIIBJjfillMiascountles Liberal coo
missions Address L E H cara
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