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No 34 daily
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700 xm
730 p in
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705 p m No 31 daily
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Texas and Pacitic trains Xos Sand 6onlVPtop
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ron Marshall Longview Junction Big Sandy
Mineola Wills Point Terrell Last Dallas
Dallas and Fort Worth
Arrive Leave
DS0pm No 1 daily
No daily 930am
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No 4 daily 440pm
Arrive MjirrnnouND Leave
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Main No 3dally S10p m
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LKi m No 9 dally 305p m
Arr ve Leave
KM m Fort Worth 200pm
rnirr worth and new Orleans
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No 41 mail fiMp m
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Ail the afoot c trains from the Union Depot
O 1 LCSK Ticket Agent
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Tlit trains or tin line make direct connection
with the Texas and Pacific railway trams Nos
34 Sand lOatWcathcrford leawng Fort Worth
< r Texan and Pacillc railway and arriving at
Mineral Wells as folio v
Arrue Leave
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7i7um Mineral Wt IN 300 p m
The following table shows the distances from
For A orth of some of the important points in
as well an outside of Texas
T rell
Wills Point
Mr ola
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Eastern Division
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Nev Orleans
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Miles I MilfS
Plaro C > t imden Ark 215
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Commerce > 7 llnnUIev 4ti
Sulpha pirigs liilMinphii Wfi
M rrtltin J Cairo nSt
Ml Pleatart IMiSt LouN 705
lxaikana 215
Cameron 15s
Caldwell 1S9
Drenham 220
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> di rpaxklinfr and
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The Alton Said to be Forcing
It on the Other Lines
Nine Miles of Steel Laid on the Broirntrood
Extension The Trouble on the Den
ver An Immense Clearing
Uoute Other Go ip
A Now Agent
Mr W E Woodson and familj of Fort
Worth arrived in Childress Monday Mr
W has accepted the position of depot agent
Mr Warlick having resigned the position
May 31 We are sorry to see Mr Warlick step
dotvn hut glad to say that he will remain a
citizen of the county Mr Woodson is an
old railroad man and willdoubtlcss fill the
position acceptably to all Childress Idex
Tho Uener Tronhle
The latest washouts upon the Fort Worth
and Denver are not as bad as was at first
supposed the Canadian river bridge with
standing the storm and high stage of water
letter than had been exiiected The wash
out that caused the trouble was a small
bridgo beyond Amarillo and the bridg
across Vera Cruz creek near the New
Mexico line
Trains will be run as usual though trans
fers will very probably bo necessary fo
several days Tho Red river bridge
caused some trouble again but it was soon
Tho operator at Tascosa stood by his key
as long as he dared and his last message
was The waters up to my chin in the
office and Im going to swim out
Trains will probably be delayed somewhat
for a few days yet but it is thought all will
be running on schedule time asrain by the
latter part of tho week unless another
heavy storm should arise and undo tho
work already done The Denver people
will not be surprised at anything that
happens now
As to Owners KHk
Tito following circular has been issued by
the general freight department of tho Mis
souri Kaisas and Texas and will be of in
terest to snippers
SKimn Mo June 131S91
To Agents and Connections
When a educed rate is given on account
of owner suming risk of carriage ship
l > ors must note in full tho words owners
risk stating the iraturo of the risk as
sumed on the shipping ticket or bill of
lading When this is omitted the freight
will be charged at the next higher rate see
explanations of characters page 4 West
ern classification or when the classifica
tion names no class but refers to tariff
it wih be understood that 20 per cent ad
ditional will be charged higher than the rate
provided for shipments at owners risk un
less otherwise provided for in classifica
tion A S Dopge
General Freight Agent
Gould Summer Itlnerar3
Mr Gould it seems has fully mapped
out his summer vacation says the Wall
Street News His son Eddie says that
Dr Munn a long time since advised his
father asrainst sea voyages and that is the
reason why he put the Atalanta out of
commission and gave up cruising The
doctor said ihe sea air was too strong for
him and his father has therefore rear
raiiLed his plans for the summer so as to
include a trip to Montana in June to ar
range for an extension of the Union Pa
cific road to Helena a i eeks visit to his
sou Geoxgcs lodge in the wilds of the Cats
kill mountains and then a two or three
weeks stay at Saratoga Springs where
looms for himself and family have already
been engasred
livostock Transportation
The Missouri Kansas and Texas has
Issued the following rules regarding the
transportation of men in shipments of live
SEDUIA Mo June 101S9I
To Agents anil Connection
Effective June 1801 The following
rues will govern the transportation of men
iu charge of shipments of livestock and
will cancel conflicting instructions contained
in livestock tariff of this company
1 Pass one man in charge of one car of
livestock no return pass to be given except
that return pass may be given account of
shipment of one car of horses or mules
2 Pass one man each way in charge of
two 2 to live 3 cars of livestock
3 Pass two men each was in charge of
six 0 to ten 10 cars of livestock
4 Pass three men each way in charge of
eleven 11 or more cars of livestock This
is to be the maximum number of passes to
be allowed one shipper on same train
5 Women not to be passed in charge of
Tho above ruling effects the following
tariffs and will be included in next supple
ment or reissue of same Nos 11A 12
202C V > 9 > 0l 007 A J Dodge
General Freight Agent
His Narrow Kscape
An engineer on the Fort Worth and Den
ver tells a story of a narrow escape When
tho storm which accompanied thejwater
spout that did so much damage burst he
was pulling a train between Chilhcothe and
Quanah He pulled out of Chillicothe on
time but soon after the rain came down in
sheets and he says he could hardly see his
smokestack It was as though somebody
was emptying barrels of water on the
encine Ho walked over all bridges ahead
of his engine and progress was necessarily
very slow and careful When he got to the
tank or where he thought the tank ought
to be threequarters of a mile from Quan
ah he concluded he would stop and recon
noiter He climbed down and went ahead
and in less than forty feet distance came upon
the break through which ntorrentof water
was rushing His train laid there five days
Ho and a friend were anxious to get to
Quanah It was only three quarters of a
mile away but the yawning chasm was
simply awful They finally crossed by se
curing a fifty foot rojie each tying an end
around his body Ono man braced himself
while the othcrplungcd into the stream and
managed to get across The other then
followed the same tactics reversed being
pursued That engineer expresses the
opinion that railroading in Texas is a very
pleasant occupation except when it hap
pens to rain
Their Earnings
The showing made by the railroads of the
United States is a very satisfactory one
notwithstanding the dull season It shows
that as a rule rates have been more firmly
maintained and though the tonnage has
been less tho absence of revenuesmashing
rate wars has had a very noticeable effect
Tho Wall SteetNews says We have
passed through what may be considered
one of the crucial months iu the current
year so far as railroad eirnings are con
cerned It was generally expected that
there would be an appreciable falling off in
March and certainly in April but it ap
pears that tho roads have held their own
during the month of May as compared
with an enormous increase in the month of
May last jear and that too when the
month this year contained five Sundays
naturally entailing a reduction of a little
more that 3 per cent in tlio monthly earn
ings There must be a very strong and
healthy growth of gcucral business which
has sufficed to overcome the depression in
tho iron and coal trade naturally contingent
upon the coke strike although where the
earnings for May of last year showed a
larger increase over the previous May tian
was ever known before paying nearly 13
per cent there is a slight gain this year In
fact the earnings in May this year on a
much smaller number of roads are very
nearly as large as they were lin jMay past
cific which last year liad a gain of 3S000
has this year a loss of 790jb The Louis
ville and Nashville last year had a gain of
SlWOOO andthis year a loss of 9SOOO and
yet the total number of roads reporting
show an aggregate gain as compared with
previous years and that without any more
important contributions than J265C00 from
the Canadian Pacific S114000 from the
Great Northern and 100000 from the Wa
bash Considering the large figures of the
previous years we may reasonably expect
that the June statement will not be less
satisfactory and from that time onward
wo shall certainly look for an improve
ment Showing hott steady the earnings
have been it mav be added that for the
fourth week in May eightyeight roads
showed a loss of 2 per cent while in tho
first week in Juno thirtyseven roads
showeda gain of 2 per cent and that in
spite of the serious losses on the Grand
Trunk and the Louisville and Nashville
The Chronicle reports gross earnings of 1ST
roads as follows
1391 ISM Inc
Month May 36774414 366Vi029 119385
From Jan I 160042018 172712257 7329731
Shipping agents say that a large fleet has
been chartered to carry wheat from Amer
ica and that freight room is pretty fully
engaged for the next three months
Emancipation Day
On June IS and 19 the Fort Woi
Rio Grande railway will
all ticket stations to anv AMnRalion on
the line of its roadf Piririp excursion
tickets good MrriiuntU June 22 in
faro for tho round trip For
colored people only Richard Lord
Gen Passenger Agent
Tall Lljrhts
Col John A Ncsbitt general livestock
agent of the Alton is expected in Fort
Worth next Saturday
W II Quigg commercial agent ot the
Missouri Kansas and Texas returned yes
terday from a trip after business
A tariff issued by tho Missouri Kansas
and Texas announces that the rate on steel
rails from Johnstown Pa to Texas com
mon points will be S1014 per gross ton
Minimum carloads to bo twelve gross tons
The Cotton Belt on Monday delivered
four carloads of merchandise to the pack
ing house that had come through from Chi
cago in five days and last evening two car
loads were delivered shipped from the same
point and making the same time
A Conductors Story
Special to tho Gazette
Paris Tex June 16 Frisco conductors
are all good storytellers and Buell the
good looking came in yesterday with this
Out hunting lately a largo bear presented
himself to Buells front and made pugna
cious plays three shots from the Winches
ter and bruin lay dead and while Buell was
admiring his game and wondering what the
boys would say if they could see hinj there
was a sudden rush a deep growl and there
uprose in Buells face the infuriate mato of
tho dead brute By the time Buell could
got his gun to shoot the bears arms were
nearly embracing him but good nerve and
quick shooting piled tho newcomer along
side the first
Weatherford Notes
Special to the Gazette
Weatuerford Tex June 10 A large
force is at work putting in the switch for
tho J W White A Co compress for the
Texas and Pacific The switch will bo com
pleted by Thursday evening when the
machinery will be received and the press
put iu
The Wcathcrford Mineral Wells and
Northwestern people have moved their
general offices into their nice new depot
and office building The companys road is
doing a nice business Lots of people are
traveling over the road visiting Mineral
An Immense Clearing House
Special to the Gazette
Cuicago III June 10 Authentic in
formation that an enterprise surpassing
in magnitude anything that has been or
ganized and pushed to completion in this
city in many years has been planned by
Chicago business men It is the establish
ment of a gigantic freight clearing house
The location of this immense concern will
be at the intersection of Twelfth street and
the Chicago river Buildings will be
erected sufficient in hight and area to ac
commodate the imputation of a fairsized
city One hundred and fifty structures
each six stories high will be put up Thcy
will all be erected on the same plan and
connected with each other The cost will
be about S4000000 and it will be paid for
by a Chicago syndicate
Kapld Track Laying
A week ago yesterday morning steel be
gan going down on the Fort Worth and Rio
Grande extension from Comanche to
Brownwood Yesterday morning tho track
layers were on the ninth mile or an aver
age speed in tracklaying of over a mile a
day a rapidity in track work never before
accomplished m tho history of railroad con
struction in Texas
Yesterday the switch stands and other
material for putting in the first switch ten
miles south of Brownwood were sent out on
tho work and tho setting of these switches
will be done tomorrow Messrs Hurley
Lynch tho contractors are endeavoring to
lower the record for railroad building in
this state and if no unforeseen obstacle in
tervenes connection will bo made with the
Santa Fo at Brown wood and the tracklaying
completed by July 10 As the surface
gangs are following closely upon the grad
ers lining up and back spiking it will not
require over a week after tho tracklaying is
completed to havo the line open for traffic
If this is accomplished thirty miles of track
will havo been laid switches put iuand
the track lined up and surfaced in six
weeks time a feit of rapid railroad build
ing never before known in the South
The Alton is a Winner
Special to the Gazette
New York June 10 A Western passen
ger agent in sieaking of tho Altons cut in
passenger rates yesterday says I am
very sorrj to hear the news Our passen
ger earnings have been constantly increas
ing but this is tho end unless Chairman
Blanchard finally agrees with everyone else
and acknowledges the total failure of the
boycott Let mo tell you how it will work
We get say 11 as our proportion of a
through ticket from Kansas City to New
York The boycott debars the Alton from
participating in through rates and to meet
the situation it makes a local rate from
Kansas City to Chicago of S10 This cuts
the regular local rate 250 Somo lino will
ask and immediately obtain permission
to meet the Alton rate
This will not be in a day before the
Alton will make a 9 local rate Wo will
all be forced to meet that The Alton will
then go a dollar better and so on until we
are compelled to carry passengers at an
actual loss in which event the rates will
go down via St Louis and the Wabash and
Mapleleaf lines will carry the reduction to
Toledo and Detroit In any event lines east
of Chicago would have to Join us in lower
ing the through tariff and every rate be
tween the Missouri and the Atlantic will be
reduced Before the rates go to the bottom
millions of dollars in revenue will bo lost
and the Alton which is better ablo to stand
its share than any of the others will not
lose one dollar where tho balance of us lose
a hundred The only possible way out is
for eastern roads to get together acknowl
edge tho mistake of the boycott and declare
it off It is utterly impossible to down the
Alton and to continue the attempt will
bankrupt all of us
Account of Emancipation Day Juni
the Cotton Belt will put into el
trip rate of 4 cents p rv f0KBTaH sta
tions 200 milesi j BBWcuon Date of
sale Junol jgJ lTrood to return June 20
Qn tfRffoiSuly they will put into effect
stations on their lines in Texas anf
also in Arkansas for distance of 200 miles
in either direction rate of ono fare for the
round trip Date of salo July 3 and 4 good
to return July 5
rSgB mss
They Aneon the Ground Await
ing Orders to Move
Little Trouble Anticipated A Negrro Offi
cial Who Makes Good Haul Two
Officers Indicted on a Kidnap
ing Charge
More Abont Intruders
Special to the Gazette
Pauls Tallet I T June It The
Chickasaw militia composed of about one
hundred well armed Indians are in camp
near Pauls Talley Their intention is to
drive tho intruders out of their country
Their movement is delayed a few days on
account of high water They will march to
Parr a place about fortyfive miles west
where they will bo joined by government
Governor Byrd arrived this morning to
see what the general feeling of the people
was in this matter There is nearly one
fourth of the population in the Chickasaw
Nation intruders and before they submit to
leave their crops and homes serious trouble
is looked for
Governor Byrd said ho did not look for
much trouble as tho government would
furnish them all the troops necessary and
all they wanted was what was right
A message was received from Col Carl
ton from Fort Sill saying they were de
layed on account of high water but would
be at Parr by the 20th
Special to the Gazette
The Indian militia arc with us Thirty
brave joung bucks with their teamsters
cooks etc under the command of Capt
William iBowland of Courtney Flats
reached here last night and are now en
camped in a wagonyard on tho outskirts of
the town The second company under the
command of Albert Lewis of Tishomingo
are camped just opposite here on the banks
of the Washita waiting patiently for the
swollen waters of that briny stream to go
down before the braves can cross The lat
ter company is nearly all fullblooded
Chickasaws and can speak but little if
any English Governor Byrd and Indian
Agent Bennett together with D O Fisher
having charge of the supplies Permit
Collector McClann and Indian Police Bud
T Kell are stopping at the National hotel
Both companies of militia are well armed
and mounted and look prepared for a siege
of war Your reporter visited their cam
this morning while the braves were breaEP
fasting on bacon flapjacks and coffee after
which he sought Agent Bennett and had
quite a lengthy talk with him over the situ
ation hero and the ejectment question
Agent Bennett had just finished a hearty
breakfast and greeted your reporter pleas
antlv When asked to state tho object of
his visit to this section tho agent replied
I am here under instructions from the
United States governmeut to investigate
affairs and eject or put out if necessary
those persons living hero unlawfully who
refuse to take out permits from the Indian
He stated that the number of intruders is
much smaller than at first supposed and
that since tho question has been agitated
most of the noncitizens have come forward
and taken out permits Those who have
made an honest effort to secure them and
those who are unablo financially at the pres
ent time to take out the same will bo given
time in whicl to do so and dealt with very
liberally Indeed there is no certainty that
auy ejectments will bo madeaud if any per
sons really are put out which now looks
doubtful nothing is to hinder them turning
to the territory again at their pleasure
When questioned as to how long he ex
pected to remain in this section on tho out
ing business tho agent replied thrt if he
found tho situation in other parts of the
territory as it is around Pauls Valley his
stay in these parts will be of very short du
ration He further stated that all persons
holding permits secured from a Chickasaw
citizen whether an authorized peraiit col
lector or not will bo allowed to remain
There is no question that a great many
permits have been issued illegally and tho
returns from some confiscated for personal
gain by tho citizen issuing the same Agent
Bennett is in no way connected with tho
Indian miliatia They are under the com
mand of Governor Bird and will bo used
only to enforce the national law violated
by eitbens of the Chickasaw Nation Gov
ernor Byrd Agent Bennett and tho militia
were expecting to leavo here some time
during the day for Parr but the agent is
just in receipt of a message from Muskogee
stating that owing to the swollen waters of
Beaver creek the Unitrd States troops will
not reach Parr until tho 20th inst so the
militia will likely remain here for the day
Agent Bennett could not say the course
they would pursue from Parr but it will be
in a southerly direction
Governor Byrd expressed tho opinion
they would work from Parr direct to Heal
ton some thirty miles duo west of Ard
A Good Hatch of Frisonera
Special to the Gazette
Ecfaula L T June 10 Deputy Mar
shal Boss Reeves passed through Eufaula
today with nine prisoners for the Fort
Smith court There were three white men
three Indians two negro men and one negro
Killed by Lightning
St Lons Mo June 16 During a
vere storm which came up between 1 and
1cloek today twentyfive picnickers
ere huddled together in an outhouse in
Forest park for protection from the rail
which came down in torrents The build
ing was truck by lightning Nearly all
mBSS P twW
woman names and crimes as folloivaii
Ugly Bear murder whisky peddling and
horsestealing John Simmons murder one
McDonnell murder one Custer
murder William Evilena Hawkins
larceny Phillip Cyrus introducing and
selling whisky Sam Lasley introducing
and selling whisky Ugly Bear is an all
around desperado who has for years eluded
tho law and terrorized all classes of people
in the Indian country west of here He is
wanted to answer several charges of mur
der horse theft whisky peddling and other
crimes in both the United States and In
dian courts The Eufaula judicial district
alone has a reward of S400
offered for him His partner John Sim
mons ranks pretty closely on to
him in bloody and lawless deeds
Joe Spencer charged with murder used
to be a preacher and yet has preacherspclls
sometimes Last year he humbugged the
citizens of Okmulgee by initiating them
into a supposed order of Masonry Ho in
stituted a lodga there and for 15 a candi
date put them through the first degree
promising to come baok in a few weeks
to give them the other degrees Ho
never showed up again and when
his Okmulgee Masons began to make signs
at the genuine Masons they were thought
to be crazy or drunk
Boss Reeves is tho most successful mar
shal that rides in the Indian country He is
a big gingercake colored negro but is a
holy terror to the lawless characters in tho
west About every other month he makes
a trip west and after a few days passes
hack through with from ono to two wagon
loads of prisoners to Fort Smith It is
probable that iu the past few years ho has
taken mora prisoners from the Indian Ter
ritory than any other officer
Indicted for Kidnapping
Specialto the Gazette
Muskogee I T June 10 Sheriff T C
Nunn ofBrazos county and Deputy Johnson
of Fort Smith were today indicted by the
grand jury for kidnapping The sheriff had
a writ for a man charged with larceny but
no requisition Johnson who gave bond to
day says the prisoner whoawas sick and
died on the cars consented to gohe turning
over to the sheriff
30 for the round trip to
and Colorado
Denver Ti
the occupants were more or less injured
ono being killed and three very seriously
injured Miss Sadie McCarthen aged
twelve dead Mrs Lizzie Golden badly in
jured Miss Kate Belder burned and other
wise seriously hurt1 Miss Laura Beau
chere seriously injured
Another Firo at Pallas
Special to the Gazette
Dallas Tex June 16 The mammoth
building occupied by the Farmers Alliance
during tho reign of Macune caught lire to
night and but for the prompt action of the
firo department would now bo a mass of
ruins As it is tho damage will be nomi
nal but cannot be estimated tonight The
building was almost entirely vacant save
the lower floor used as a machinery ware
house and a portion of the third floor was
used as s workshop by the Harness Makers
Cooperative company
Sherman Electrillod
Special to the Gazettee
Sherman Gratsox Cocxtv Tex June
16 There was an electric storm in this
city this evening accompanied by a very
little rain The electric railway station
was injured by an electric shock but the
damage will not amount to very much
Taken to Sherman from the T rritory An
Officer Accidentally Shot
Special to tho Gazette
Shermax Gratson County Tex June
10 Sheriff McAfee returned today with
Will Willmuth alias W H White who
jumped his bond in this county after an in
dictment for theft Willmuth was found
at Kiowa I T whore he had to leavo a
bride of only a few days
Secretary Dublin of this city has re
signed and tho mayor twill appoint to fill
out the unexpired time
The Masons ate preparing to celebrate
Saint Johns Day with a public installation
and basket picnic
Joe Sebastian a deputy sheriff northwest
of the city has been badly wounded in the
arm by shooting himself with a pistol
Remember in going East tho Cotton
route has tho only through
phis thus making but MgpPe VTcais to
all the prominffjgMsffiTiieastern l > oints
connections in depots
uecting lines and save you a disagree
able omnibus ride of two miles Ticket
office 401 Main street
Cheap Rates on the Texas and Pacific Railway
count of Emancipation Da
On July IS and 19 the rtflMrnTTPaeific
railway will sgllgg lHIoii tickets at 4
cents per ftjjflJWrThe round trip to local
within a distance of SCO
Tickets will be good until June 20
for return Jaki F ZrjiiX
City Ticket Agent
The Wichita Valley Railway Will Send an
Immigration Agent to Europe
Special to the Gazette
San Antonio Tex June 1C Mr
Machet a novelty in the way of an immi
gration agent came to the city today for
the purpose of seeing Bishop Peraz and get
ting his indorsement Monsieur Machet
will go to Europe and work France Bel
gium and Switzerland for immigrants
in the interest of the Wichita
Valley road Ho says there is
only one successful way to work these
countries for immigrants and that is
through tho Catholic church The church
is eager to add to its strength in this coun
try and the clergy is very readily indors
ing him He carries with him a very strong
indorsement from Father Baddon of Waco
He claims that he can get the indorsement
of Cardinal Gibbous and Cardinal Tascher
eau for this immigration move they
have been offered large sums of
money and that these offers had
invariably been declined but what these
eminent clergymen refused to sell Monsieur
Machet claims that they will give freely to
him He has traveled through all the
countries toward which thoughts are di
rected He has been a pontifical soldier
and even claims that the pope will assist
liim His appointment by tho Wichita
Valley road is without salary Machet will
make his income on commissions on the
sale of lands
This Is the Best Route
The Fort Worth and DenverCity rail
way in connection with Union
tho only direct and
Salt Lake Cii jgptfiflKrn7r San Fran
o7iis rorth and northwest
office 401 Main street and Union
Where Shall
Go For
Health and Pleas
Nowhere on tho globe is there to be
found a variety of climate
cheap n ni l liiiMtitwWn ti n l to tho
acute Route
Ticket offico 401 Main street and Union
Planiew Hale County Tex
Como to Amarillo and get
the Hotel AmariHo < jvwBiliWIsueo dail
stage line tnT titfrr irii county seat of
Halelb J3eST couiity on tho central plains
A Xem Agent at Denison Out of Town
The Company lie Represented Gloam
ing tho Tog of S33S in Casli
Special to tho Gazette
Denison Gratson Countt Tex June
16 The Union news company is out 225
and its agent is missing Last Sunday Spe
cial Agent Vinsenhaler of the Union news
company arrived iu the city from the East
for tho purpose of checking up the news
and book stand at the union depot which
was in charge of a young man named
E H Brackett Tho special agent
had a tip that all was not right heuce
his visit but then it is tho custom of the
company to check up its agents frequently
When the special agent finished checking
up the receipts ho discovered that Brackett
was short in his cash reports the s
named When Bracket was confronted by
his guilt he endeavored to stave matters off
Preparations were being made for his ar
rest last night He was seen this morning
at an early hour and then disappeared It
is said that Brackett got entangled in the
meshes of a frail young lady and that
the missing money has been squandered on
her Brackett has been in tho employ of
the company for a period of about three
years and was heretofore considered relia
ble and trustworthy Brackett left an un
paid board bill ol S20 at Mrs Cummins
where he has been boarding for a long
time He had evidently contemplated
skipping out for some time as ho had
never before let his board bill reach so
large an amount without paying up
heap Rates to the Northern and Eastern Summer Re
The Cotton Belt route now
Get One Free
The Fort Worth and Denver City
excursion tickets to ji yMjfivmtTe
sorts of the j odiiMMI mdSoutheast
regarding routes
call at the ticket office 401 Main
nection with the Union Pacjfi MlrTXUi is
first in the field vrith MfNRoorate illus
trated WcsternjMilinook free for those
contemjdtfii Rummer trip Call at city
jSIain street and secure a cyclo
pedia of information regarding the numer
ous and cheap summer resorts reached by
the Union Pacific railway
JUNE 24 and 25
June 28 and 27
Portland is the nearest seaport to the com
merce of Southwest Texas the entrepot for
Alabama coat giving the new city the cheapest
coal and heaviest commerce of any point on
the Texas coast Galveston excepted
Portland bas deepest water anflj
tiful situation on tho iyanacU0P7eet high
fronting Corpo i jUpRjand occupies th
tasgj g UMHnnrough vAich all railroads
gjgH SSr Examine the United States coast
Adjoining and back of Portland is an im
mense scope of cry tlncst agricultural country
rapidly filling np with farmers
The climate is very fine as Portland Is both
a summer and winter report
S A A P IL 11 are now erecting an ele
gant station and making other important im
Portland offers to donate a new courthouse
building to cost A0oj which is meeting with
Portland is backed with enterprise and is
erecting more buildings anil selling more real
estate than any town on the coast In the vicin
ity of Aransas Pass
Hello Central
Where is Blanket
Blanket Blanket
Blanket Is it pos
sible You have not
Heard of Blanket
Wait until Aug 5th
When the first train
Of the Fort Worth
Rio Grande Ry
Brownwood Ex
tension Runs into
The beautiful torn
Site ofBjpb
W glklds of
brain lusciousfruit
Farms hundreds
happy and pros
perous homes
Now offer their
Jllajjume of trade to
e business man
Who buys a lot on
gff hat day at the
Public Sale
In Blanket
Hurrah for Blanket
Emil Nelson Agt
Blanket Tex
to sell
at a sacrifice
make use of
the want col
umnSo read
it ca refollr
In tlie AlleeBowen Trial Arrested at La
line Ills Evidence
Special to the Gazette
Lclixg Tlx June 16 T B Babbitt a
New Orleans drummer a most important
witness in the AlleeBowen case was ar
rested here today by Constable Nugent
Babbitt was sitting in the seat
in the car behind Bowen when
tho latter was killed and states he saw
both Allee and Lyons fire a number of shots
into Bowens body Babbitt is a traveling
salesman for an oil company and will un
ibtedly prove the most important wit
ness the state has yet secured as he ac
knowledges seeing the killing He pave
bond for appearance at Pcarsall when sum
Where Shall We Spend Them7Half Rate
to Minneapolis Minn and
Ticket HJK WTjuly 5th Cth and 7th
irn until August 27th 1S9L
further information furnished on ap
plication to any agent of tho company or to
General Passenger Agent Te inrkana Tex
Before purchasing your excnxafMBeKcts
to your favorite summniBppiS see the
agent of the Co gtfBRTroute 401 Main
street ajy gHWcmo valuable information
eapest and pleasantest way to
e your trip
to alt roivrs
Between Points In Tctai 4 5
Kansas city
Close connectionsnail of the attc
Jast trains of Eastern and c
makes tbo M K i T the oc
New Yoi Boston Montreal di v t ±
City Ticketsenf t
and Houston streets J
C D LUMv Ticket Agent ln 1
W D LAWSOX Texas Tnivi r
GEO A EDDY H C CKO > < n x
J J FREY Gen Supu > s at a 1
J WALDO Gen Tratlie Jlana 1
G P HUGHES ASa t Uen ia
Dallas Tex
Ticket Agent Sedalii Mo
Gulf Colorado Santa Fe Ry
Between Fort Worth and allj K
Kansas City St Lqu jtaSS K
Colorado CaliJ BflpausirrK vt
st and West I
KTcjant Pullman Palace lluSet roi r
Sleeping Cars are ran tlirouj nv
jear to Kansas City Cn 010 at < s
connecting at thee points with U
trains for the East
United States Canada and Mexico
Tor any desired information T r t
Maps etc call on or aildni <
M DOHKKTY C 1 Jc T A K 1 i03
street Fort Worth
C P LUSK Ticlet Agen l n in n
W A TULKY V V A Ifaia I i
Texas Pacific Railway
fo Sbreveport and Xew Orlean tc T iar u
frlemphls St Louis the Xorth ij t ar J j
11 noints in Texas Old ud Ntn Mexus g > >
ajaa Colorado and California w tfJVr
iSregon and VTashinzti
DlKricg choice of routes to points in the s ji
Wfcvii Texarkana fchrevepor and Jl Or
pptireen Fort Worth and St loai The fa e t
time between Texas and the Xortn ami K
Double daily line of Pullman Palace hi tpm
Cars through to St fouis via the
Through Sleeping Cars between Xew Orleioj
and Denver and St Louis ana Ul Fj q
For rates Tickets and all Information apply
to or address any of the ticket aseni or
C P FEGAX Traveling PaaMi A ent
H W MCCCLLOUGH General Pa SLgtrasJ
Ticlcpt A exit
JNO A GRANT Third ViceIreMfint DaKas
Sgli coacles
Delivering passengers in depot
lines without a long and uncomforta
bus transfer across that citv
Leaving Fort Worth
Arrives Texarkana
Arrives Memphis
Connecting with Throuh Tra r
points East and outti
Cheap excursion tickets on salt >
Cincinnati Louisville Chicago a 1
incnt Summer Kesorts
All further information cheerful v
on application to
street Fort Worth
W H WIXFIETD General Puse
Texarkana Tex
Many a Fortune Has
r xsze
One Was
Stroii as Pri
leof Mt Pulaski I
Fort Worth for live we
Kochs lymph without bcnetlt case kJf ue
Thursday unable to speak and be a i M
Aztec Steam Afew treatment tli
Speech and he unproved so rapidly w w
inhalation that on tho following Mon < rJTnitf
able to travel back to his home ct ° rtl03
bv an Aztec Home Treatment for Con tani
If you are interested suppose > ° u orcaU
Jlooro and ask him what he thinks ol oir
at 508 Knsk street and talk with u >

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