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Fort Worth gazette. [volume] (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1891-1898, April 18, 1895, MAILABLE EDITION., Image 6

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Un hubs ciioiitcsnEiis axd
or dltiescoumicd rcoitB w
A larger audlenc than on any pre
vious occasion assembled at lbs TaUr
acle last nlsnt The choir under
the direction o Mr Ileea was greatly
augmented and the muslo was try
much Improved
The singers aro recognized by badges
and only those wearing badges are ad
mitted to the platform There Is room
for about one hundred more singers
and those who sing are Invited to Join
the choir tonight
Hev J 11 Trench preached last
i rtlgat his theme being Faith
jf Alstourso was a strong one
service the fol
ii ffi Al th0 coso of the
K P lowing ushers and worKerB wert an
bounced with the assignment ot work
P D Jlolllngswortn has charge of tho
cast entrance 11 IJ ranUs the
northeast 11 C Caswell the north
litest and A N Jack the west eng
trance r J While was appointed
Ileal usher In the southeast inquiry
room nun A Oilier W O istlllman
and I Jb Terrell to assist t > 11
Cowan head usher In the southwest
room w an w J Parsley O hyte
and oeorse lfoyd to assist aeorge II
Hutchinson head usher In the choir
with l Armstrong II Armstrong J
U Cummlngs w V Mulkel lr w
II 21 Uasuu J r Harbour Itobert
McDIll J > Cblborno head tuner of
aisle No 1 aisles numbering from
east sldi asslsud by K A sterol
W A bexton It 1 Drown Aisle
No 2 C A Sanford head usher as
sisted by Joe Wyse A Hahn O S
Fairly air Uchols JtuBe Klncald Geo
t ji It liowman Aisle No t cleorge Iteytr
II head uiher 11 F Crowles W D
MS Thomas J U Dodson D A Cttmp
f bell Clyde nJck J p Uskew W o
PIT A I Jackson nnd J I Warp
M Aisle No 4
Durt htad usher
J II lloge T 11 McAlohon Frank
ITnnco II 1 lllller D C Imbodeii
A I Hodgson Saul AIcDanlel Q W
Liudson Alslo So S J b Clarkson
f head uher N La Croix 1 O llate
Pfan A ° oilman Jere Cloud Will
JW llowdrj Itubo llulta Aisle No C H
U 1 1 leu1 slier 1 11 Crisp r
Ms tv ltawaon Ed New by All ushers
A whose names apptur abae are re
nieet thtlr head usher at
aide deslitnit d early
this evening A few other
tt U8edi nnJ those
Tet tiu can
il 111 r erve requested to notify J 1
Sf if M lMVM at the V 11 c A this morn
lift ife le colored people nlll hale the eng
iSl > lr8 M1 swtlon reserved ror thtlr
II K V H ° n requested to enter through
he wtt dMr Mr
I I > oody desires the
coorri Prople of the
h i city to attend
tl I1 i i all services
Hi tb convcnlence of mothers with
V j IT mall children the rear half of the
> I tenter section will
i be reserved for
l them and thiy are riqueated to cn
ill IM er thrUgh one of the north doors
ts aHiA rf vnt 00t to hv > >
lSr o e ts whlh will add
IlWl I > < he comfort of the oonge
ia I I BaItev
Itev J 1 lrench has rwelvel aomn
AH repenfls Uhoj h
Whether you will be a
hobbling cripple all
pjyour life or a man or
pwoman who takes
pleasure in walking
m u We had quite a time
llfHhe other day with a
fy customer who insisted
i jjiupon buying a shoe
didnt fit We sim
by s1 We caim to
sell shoes that lit and
j > nly shoes that fit and
we dont propose to go
pack on our declara
tions by allowing you
ko b y those shoes
i 9 e have shoes that do
you and those are
If 3 only ones we want
u s I you
tut he had his own
ieje our 500 tan
Spanish pap ra dinff necounts of
th great tnettlnsa which ha lat
been clot ed In the City of Mexico
A telesram from Mr MooJy an
nounct that he will arrhe over the
Missouri Kantna anJ Texaa thuimorn
inr At 11 oclock Prnmptlr t 7 M to
nlffht In the creat Tabernacle will be
gin probably the creawt meetlnj ever
held in the Hate Alter today there
vlll bean afternoon aenlce also which
will begin at 3 oclock
The railroads will make reclal rates
durinff thla aerlM pf meetlnea but
what the rata will ba cannot > et be
The merchants will be requeued to
clone their stores at 6 p m In order to
the their clerks an opportunity to
pet seats nt nUM TMs Is a good
move and should be done
We hftve now on ale at our office
100000 street rallnay tickets For sale
SI for II Tort Worth Street Itallnay
Company 403 13 Main Mreet
noon op iiopd city mission1
There was another good meetlnK last
night led by Brother Urocke of the
Presbyterian church nnd Brother Buck
er of the Grace Taberniele lesson
read from the third chapter of Tzra
Ills text was taken mm the fourth
chapter of Zicharlnh Mxth ers < lie
referred part of his talk from I Peter
J 15 Christ the chief comes and the
solid rock In which wp should build our
foundation which will never fall In
build In t a home we first see that we
I lia e get a pood foiinditlon and then
we ko ahead and nnlsh the butldlnir
and we srnuld build our eternal foun
dation and Ret n home In heaven at
last The meeting closed with a testi
mony meeting
Prescriptions tilled day nnd nlsht at
Delaware druff store phone 22 Under
Hotel Delaware
The testimony service laet nlpht was
led by Brother Knger Brother Cur
num preached a pool sermon nnd the
I ord blessed old UtthU een though
thero were not y many out There
vlll ba servlco hero every night whll <
Mr Moody Is here and It ts arranged
tf hive the best speakers that in be
procured from the tabernacle rich
night to speak here and this is to be
tho overflow service Brother nor
land will preach tonight
Through sleepers dally between Kan
sas City Port Worth and Austin San
Antonio etc via llearne connecting at
llnnla with trains to and from Dallas
A > oung man named l M Pry died
on the train yesterdiy nt Bilnl while
returning east JUs death resulted
from consumption Hla father received
the remains here And returned to his
home at Pal rile d Ion a
Through sleepers dally between Kan
sis Clt > I > rt Worth and San Antonio
a llearne with which lmmedJite con
nections ate made at Innls to and
from Dallas The qulfktst routo to
Tnjlo Austin Han Antonio Laredo
and points tn Mexico
Mount Bros Ml Houston street sell
hardware of ull kinds below cost
J M Hodgcrs soils Iron fencing
Best typewriter aupplles at llumnh
re > a
Hewing machine supplies ns well as
diamonds watch eng cloiks anj Jewelry
at tile choipest Jewelry house In tho
city Halls Main and Eleventh
Fullers Novelty Iron Works new and
second hand bollen engines pumps
and gin machinery for sale or trade
41 West Weathrforrt street
The Ludles Aid society of the Broad
way Presbvtorlin church will meet at
the church at 2 p m Prldiy to con
sider Important business nutters By
order of the president
John P Slaton nnd wife nee Miss
I aura Uaundero arc at tho Mansion
Mr Milton la the county attorney of
Montague count His wlfo was one
of Austins moat popular juung ladles
Oeorge L auae funeral director and
embalmer X ull assortment of under
takers goods Takes full charge of
funerals nnd furnishes nil necesinry
requirements No MA West Weather
ford street Tort Worth Texan
Prank Owlnn colored was nrrcntel
Ian night by Deputy Nherlff Ilea nnd
placed In Jail Owlnn It U charged
assaulted n colored girl namxd Mar
shal a month or two ngo His examin
ing trial was hold and he was releascl
on liond He Jumped his bond and was
not seen till round at his home on Hast
Sixth street last night
Itev J ii Trench laivea for Hal ton
tomorrow to preach tlio conentlon
sermon at the district conference of
V l B CJ which opens In that
city on tho 19th This U the largest
district union of Christian Hndeavor
In the state embracing nineteen coun
ties Dr Prench nlll return In time to
occupy his pulpit Bundiv ut 11 a m
The place of mooting will hereafter
bit In the P > thlan hnll rortitr of Third
and Main All sir knights please take
notice J I MITClirJMj
H T C train leaving Port Worth
6 10 p m makes Immediate connection
at lleime and 00 Ae 3 p ttam
leaving Port Worth nt 7 oa p m makfs
Immediate connecton at Mllano with
l ° N traln or Ta > lor Austin han
Antonio I aredo and points In Mexico
Through sleepers between Kansaa City
I nit Worth and Ban Antonio Ma
A Petition Praying for a JailCopper
Mluiat to Ut Worked
Arelier City Tex April IT CommU
loners court njn this Wk A
large petition will be l rneuted to the
miumlsiloiM ra court at this tmii brajlng
fr lfl tll0u1J Wlar jail to l e unit
i i
In tills
city nt onie > another i tlllou
prujlng that tin court bou < ie be tvuvt <
Wottt will eommenee In a few dnjs la tho
1P1T o oorrtiweat of tlds city Kon <
JWaor kit tulle iu ii Tnylor n protul
rled to > MIM Katr Trimble of Clay county
MIis Moltio Parker orgunluM a imp
tlfct uung Peoples union at jbe lt ptlt
Williamson presl lenti It 11 Taylor vice
prenlJentt Mlsa IIU Snider reconlhig Jec
re ryi Miss HMIen AbercromblTir SurT
Mln Bennle Taylor corrrtponllng secr
tsry Ittr uy Jainlion It hoMlng a pro
JrnctH mrctint at th Uethmllst Chi rch
th w k if H llstmnoad and John
IHH hare gone t Tsoultian to puixhata
cattle to bring to tliL isnge
A Small Bum of Money Sscured Arrests
PooUni Tex April 17The stern of
isi r Tf rxlarl last nljat
sir lie asfs bsdly darnagM In as attempt
ji 1 ofr tornVnatlett Tb buralais
Ofalnsd a few dollars la tnntllsttd coins
rO i ll liouw on fire
will h whs ill worsted In titan to aavs the
IxiLluLiM from math loan Constable L
rn has Htevo nu1 Dan 1111 un ler arrrat
nfl L Pirt of tfcs stolsa nwiney Otvrtt pill
broke dna and niDes d that Ita waut
UG > Uu atot wUo 1l u > od guard
MnMPHlS April 17
The weather wia rather cool today
but over 5000 people attended the races
at Montgomery Pork The Lassie
stakes for 2yearolds HOCK added
proved one of the prettiest races of
the meeting Lady Inez and Miss
Maxl m w ere equal fav orljes In the
betting and the race was between
them throughout Lady In ex winning
In a wild drive Churn won three out
of four mounts today Tho crowd was
treated to a surprise In the defeat of
Henry Young the odds on favorlta In
tre second race by Cash Day Itoss
more was the only Inilng favorite
the other winners being sreond choices
and outside s
I Irst race Seveu furlongs Hossmore
vl Chorii 9 tu 0 won Santa Cruz 92
McClaln 5 to 2 second Volandaa
3 W Johnson 15 to 1 third Time
1 3i 12
Advocate Cerro Gordo and Katiara
also ran
becund race Six furlongs Cash
Pay 121 Chom C to 6 won eislly
by three lengths Henry Young Ui
A Clayton J to 0 second Ashland
110 II Tojlor 200 to 1 third Time
117 12
Klghtmore and Brown Dick also ran
Third race Pour furlongs tho Las
sie stakes JIQU0 added Lady Inez 115
Chom 2 to 1 won In a wild drive by
one IriiLth Miss Mixlm 115 Itengnn
2 to 1 second Plorrle 115 A CIaton
3 to 1 third Time 0
May Pinkerton Altedtlna and Stella
also ran
fourth race Six furlongs selling
Marchawaj US Oardner 7 to 1 won
driving one length Iteadlni 9J
Sweeney 4 to 1 second Princess
Hoie 85 Oherrer 15 to 1 third Time
1 17 31
ToUcho Wlghtman Walter Talbot
Quickstep Joe Woolman lurd lie tiny
ulso ran
PIfth race Declared off
Sixth race Threefourths of a mile
Hodgson 102 A CIa > lon 10 to 1 won
driving ono length Dick Itehan 9S
Cnoni 1 to 2 second lurrel a Ulllet
101 C Weber 3 to 1 third Time
118Ullly Bennett Chlqulta Ten Spring
also tan
Little Bock Ark April
Hock 2 Chicago 12
Washington April 17 First Bvee
Five furlongs Oxford won Mabel
Glenn second betiator Vest third Time
1 OJ
OJTho Match Bate One mile Equity
107 LlttlelU U > C to 6 Imogen 103 Ueltt
7 to 10 rnn a dead heat Time 1 i2
Second Hace Half a mile jtellglon
won Summertime second Hermla
third Time 4J 12
Third Boce felx and a half furlongs
1 Iiwanion won Sue Kittle second
Salvor third Time 1 23 12
Fourth Bnce One mile Copyright
won Bestialnt second Peter the Great
third Time 1 40
Fifth Hace Five furlongs Tancreed
won Boundbn > ok second Ina third
Time 1 03
htxth Hace Fh e furlongs Wltton
won Tear Drop second Bonnie Vlllcr
third Time 1 02 12
St Imxlf Mo April 17 First Bace
Three furlongs Wllmar 1 won Mlsa
I ion second Kubberncck third Time
3J 14
Hecund Bace Five furlongs Jim
Berry won Notre Da me second Luke
Park third Time 1 07 14
Third Bace Five furlongs Nell
Flaherty won Bepubllo second Chtla
tine l > third Time 1 06
lmrth Bace Six furlongs Kthujl
kU won Huumtmore second Dave 1ul
slfer third Time 1 20
Fifth Bace htx nnd n half furlongs
Dot Dimple won Hercules second Nat
Goodwin third Time 1 27 34
Memphis Tenn April 17 A favor
ttblo leply his Wen received from
Miss Helen Gould to the Invitation ex
tended to lur to net as sponsor for the
Veteran Chickasaw Guards duilng the
Interstate drill In Mny Miss Uuuld
will be nccomtmnicd by Mrs Munn and
two maids of honor to bo selected by
her The selection of MIsi Gould was
In iccognltlon of the aid given this ell
by her late fathir during the jelloW
fever epidemic
flan Francisco April 17 The daja
sport nlmuat ended In a row when the
judges placed Bellicose first and Quirt
second In the lu t race Quirt was
a heavily plajed favorite and the
oj eng of all except the Judges saw him
win the race by a tuck When the
numbers were hung up a ttnob sur
rounded the judges stand and hooted
and howled until driven away by the
First race Seven furlongs Nephew
won FAto second Del Norto third
Time 1 23
becond race One mile selling Ade
lante won Bed Bout second Agitator
third Time 144 13
Third race Four and a half fur
longs Marlonctto won Tennessee Maid
second Walter J third Time 6 12
Fourth rare One and cuesixteenth
mile handicap Thorn hill won Love
dale neeoiid Midas third Time 1 47 34
Ptftn race Five and a half furlongs
Howard won Don Iulano eecond
Beallzatlon third Time 1 03 34
Sixth race Six furlongs Bellicose
won Quirt second Biy Alta third
Time 114 34
Nashville Tenn April 17 This was
the fifteenth the
day of spring meet
ing nt Cumberland Park The weather
was threatening track
nloppy and at
tendance small Threo favorites a
second choice nnd a 10 to 1 shot cap
tured the purses
r rBt ace Selling Fix furlongs Tom
Kelly 100 McCue 3 to 1 won by two
lengths Blnckhawk HI Penn > 10 to
1 second Taona 103 Jackson 7 to l
third Time no
Dr Work
Katie G One Dime Del
nold King Craft Twentjthrce Martha
Grinin and Dante
also ran
nJ Ic Iour furlongv Dute
101 Casaln 10 to 1 won by four
lengths Princess Yama 105 A Bar
f > ° 0 1 second Kate Legrande
105 Graham 10 to 1 third Time
I 12 Nancy Lizzie Logan Maid of
Honor Gaiety airl Mlsa Albert Bram
J 1 atr Cassle Nell and
Madeira ran
JhlS Hat Scven furlongs Linda
105 Thorpe I to 1 won pulled up by
filz UoMthMi Terrapin m Ol Penny
8 to n second Ashland Ill Foster
10 to J third Time 1 33 11 Michael
and Lo Grande ran
lourth llace Selling one mile Tre
mor 100 Cassln 9 to 10 won galloping
by two lengths nnd a half Bill White
103 Thorre 3 11 to 1 recond Shin
ing Bell 65 A Barrett 10 to 1 third
Time IMS 12 Adah L Insomnia
Decapod and Itocriuefsrt also ran Two
o clock left at post
PIfth Race six furlongs Marion
101 Perkins U to 6 won flrtving by
a neck Sir Bathbone 105 Leigh 6 to
1 second Fairfalth 105 Cassln 2 to
1 thlid Time 120 14 Hagar Tine
top Wlnfield Sam V Message Little
Prank and Phil Becker also ran
police claim that is the marshal Is
responsible for his forces acts he should
be allowed to name who he pleases
It has developed that Pltzwatera the
man chosen bv the committee to suc
ceed Turnkey Scurr nnd who was elect
ed along with the others Is not ellg
lhte he having been It 1 claimed a
resident of Port Worth only a few
months Marshal Maddox did not know
and few if any of tho council knew
Pits waters nnd therefore were not
A Little Girl Struck by a Street Car
Yesterday afternoon a llttlo girl
named Viola Murthltetd fiom the
Orphan Home met with a painful
nccldent The child In company with
her little brother had been brought
Into tho city to have an operation per
formed on its ejes ami running out
of the ph > slclans olllce on Main street
she started to run acrosi at the Fourth
Btreet crossing Just then a street car
came along nnd the tittle girl hearing
her brother call to lur started to run
back to him and was struck by tho cur
and knocked down the front wheel
passing over her loft hand and arm
A number of gentlemen ran to her as
sistance and she was carried Into a
neighboring building Her hand wni
badly crushed and was dressed by Dr
banders nnd Thompson It la possible
that amputation of the hand may not
be necessary Mrs Burclilll manager
of tho Orphans Homo exoneratts tho
motcrman as he could not possibly stop
the car beforo tho child was under
the wheels Tho hotorman h one of the
most caieful men on the forco and wna
greatly distressed at tho accident
Manager Hendricks mmedlatelj did
all he could for tho relief of tho injured
A very pleasing presentation of Am
orita vvus given bj Giaus Opera com
pany last night If true lovers of comto
opera realized what thc > vvtie mlsaitig
in all of the Orau repertoire tho house
would be crowded at each performance
lonlght for the llrst time In thla city
Palka will bo tgtven an opera aa
tuneful as It Is funnj nnd one that
should call for tho S 1c O sign Pal
lia has had an unprecedented run In
New loik and Mr Grau has new cos
tumes for the play All this with the
merits of his company in which all
will appear thlity strong ptomlaes a
rare treat
A Bosque County Farmer Has a Ptod
lgal Son
The letter below received at polico
headquarters > tsterday explains itself
Nothing has been seen of the > oung
man Holder though the police forco
has been Instructed to watch out ror a
boy nnsvvetlng hla deucilptiou The let
ter Is as follows
Iredell Buhquo County Tex April
14 To Chief of Police Fort Worth
lex My son Hubert Holder ran off
from homo last August without any
caum only to see the world I have
been tr > ing to catch him but owing to
times 1 have been unable tu
spend much money hence 1 have never
been atd to get hold of him Bo Is 17
j ears old dark complexion black hair
dark heavy ojebrows daik brown
ejes about 6 feet 8 or I Inches high
vparc but rather square shoulders
talks a great deal well versed in his
tory smokes clgarettoa would not
drink anything to Intoxicate when bo
left home I have heard of him In
many places since he left home but
could never get up with him He has
been In Kansas Colorado Chicago fct
Louis and Mexico and I dont know
where else He wna ceen last Satur
day morning In Cleburne In company
with John Boblnson an acquaintance
Hobinson Is of no account Is 2 or 21
jenrH old fair complexion weighs
about 140 or 150 pounds and will get
jlrunk Just as soon ns he gets to whis
ky nnd can manage to get enough to
fill up I am ery anxious to get my
boy back home I think I can keep
Mm nnd probably m be the means of
making a good man of him Plensa
keep n close lookout for him and hold
him wire me at Iredell Texas and I
wll como at once lours truly
The ladies of the South Side Trinity
Minion corner St Louis avenue and
Tucker streets held a very pleaaant
and profitable festival at the church
building last night All the April del
Icacles Ice cream cake etc were
eened to the crowd of young people
present Two long tables loaded with
novelties and staple articles for use
were present and from tho sate of
these goods quite a little sum was real
ized for tho benefit of the mission
The City Attornej will Take the Legal
Steps Ordered
City Attorney C M Templeton will
file suit as Inalrueted by the council
today against exTreaaurer Max Blser
and hla sureties t0 recover the money
he owes the city He says it will be a
plain suit somewhat dmlUr to that
Instituted by the county against Treas
urer Collins
Major Protern Vry speaking of the
suit yesterday aald
It waa nil that was left ua to do
We don t know anything about the
condition of affaire about the City Na
tional and nxturally want juJgmcnt
for the amount Mr Elaer la Indebted to
in city
Delaware drug stor open flay ana
night Under Uotol Delaware
Governor Culberson came up from
Austin last night
II M Frost a lumber dealer of Has
kell Tex Is here prospecting
E B Carver of Henrietta was here
3 eslorday
II W Crake has returne from the
and leavta today for St
Mrs J F Prasaer Is vlaltlng rela
tlvra In Dallas
F M Scott and A Q Green laws era
of Haskell were here jesterday at
tending court of civil appeals
A II Currlgan an attorney of Wich
ita Tails waa here jesterday looking
after a suit in tho court of civil ap
Eonds Being Approved and New Men peals
Sworn In J p Flltson of HI Reno OT la reg
latered at Hotel Itlcheliou
he Cl CT h ° w rt TuesI Q < Green of sheriran Is slopping
day night kept Major Paddock busy tti the niehelieu
jestcrday looking over and approving of Chicago Is at the
their bonds This work kept the city ft Cranahaw
secretary busy too and between them Bicheiieu
many servants of the people wera put Ed Stewart clerk at Hotel ulchelleu
on the citys pay toll 1 out again after several weeks aick
There Is some grumbling among mem uess
bers of the police force who were dls i Charles Bass formerly of the firm
caided by the police committee over the of Schwartr 1 Bass of Pan Angelo
pretest of Marshal Maddox When the as here yeslepday on his way to Ban
comrrlttee met the marshal was Just Francisco where he will engage In
outside nnd the personnel o the forco mercantile business
was made out Those grumMIng charge Mr 0tvo Lpe editor of The Pe
i5 S l ITW me7lbfrB ° f tno rlod Dallas la In the city at the Hotel
m wno they say had them yortn <
bounced for personal reasons The
Denlson Tex April IT Mweland
OKiitahy net 14 years sou of Br Owens
lr of Gilbert 1 T slwt and lntnntly
kllhd a tramp uamol Uobert Mevtra nt
tolb rt yesluuny ILe fhoollug was bo
Overton Tex April 17 A fine rain
has fallen herer some halt with very
aware of his Inellglbllltv AnStbw r V S fVyVhlas
man will have to be selected Tho Vr 10 K ran4J ode ° VgnL tntJinluon
ton thla weeklhe Internation
police force ny they are loncinir
and bosslsm of the police department lntf repaired this week
Two Men Stealing a Bide Were In
jured Other News
Big Springs Tex April 1G A freight
train was wrecked two miles east of
town this morning The wreck was
caused by a coal car breaking down
None of the train crew wero Injured
A man nimed Bembold Kaulfus ft
peddler 40 years of age who was
stealing a ride Is probably fatally In
Jured and a man named George Gray
son who was also stealing a ride was
alio Injured and It Is reported that a
negro vvna slightly hurt The east
bound passenger train was delajed
here about two hours while the wreck
was being cleared Active work has
been begun on the water works for
this place and i Is thought the b > b
tem will be In full operation by tho
15th of Juno next
Glasgow April 17 Tho Scotch Oil
company nt a meeting hero today
raised tho price of petroleum 2 pence
per gallon making an advance of 3d
In one week
Itftllrond Improvements ftll Pillows Cel
cbiutlou Petition for an Eleetioa
Craudall Tex April 17 J Crawford
ha rcexntty opened it io k ot bnrdwaro
W A Kcarbiougli has opemd ui > u
stuck < > f geuurnl imrtluinlUo Br Hue
hliirt nf lnrrunt eouuty hut Iwnted ami
will practice imdlelue here Tlio Trunk
HillriHiil rompuny ure tun Muff neural
litmreti sinl ud minus to ihtir road aid
buildings ktre liny will erect u cotton
pltfuim ovitunut tlio old iltpot tlx 11
tin In Mtjle place noro ulllng on J Htutlou
nn ngniC lure Italn Is bndly needed
lure Mink of the corn la not up vtt nurt
m moisture to bihig up cotton Gardens
uru drjlng up and iniiny cUimis and wells
aie uhnnt dij The I O O P l tlf at
thU pluie will telebrato the serenty nlxtl
annlvintuy of the order April M und clve
ii pludc free to all A wtitlon will be
irttputol tho eommltfidojiers court at Its
ntxt wiellng asking for nn election on
irohltl luu fur Liiuulill school dkitrlct
Crantnll school district retntned he spe
vlal Jdiool lax by n vote of J7 to 2U
Oun Club lootLliurck Oflleera Blccted
Other Hems of Interest
Cleburue Tex April 17 The Cleburne
tl tin elub held tlielr slioot Tiuslny u M
Mirtxf inuile tho hlhhest mure IJ mid 11
i UHrlin made tho next P two aeons
inch At the nnetlnjr of tlio congregation
of the cnurih of tho Holy Uimforhi tho
fallowlutt wardciut nnd vefttrjrincu were
ileitil to serve until Faster 1MH Will
lam Clukwn H Wt J C Conway J W
A O uruliaiu W I > Mi Kay It P Bill
N L lMolu and J B Weirlug B 1
Kelly a f legnut resilience lit mi tle
burue is uiurlng euiupl tlont Bliil Aiitl
10 lnfantnfnofJlt C nllk ltleeVVIII
linw linn opened a large Ihiry fechl out
Me stableniere will be n glove lontest
Monlay night at the op ra liouse between
Minnnon and Liylnu 1 lie ICoituoky
liotiMe runrlit Cre but the bluzo was easily
Waco Tex April 17 In a dltOeulty near
Mart In this county today about 1 o clock
Abe riiilllp a tietcro sbot at Ilill Arnold
a litschly renpectevl xovitig white tnui but
fulled to hit him Arnold returned the
tiro with fatal iffert killing the negro
lustttiitly A hod of Ibllllpa tben aclzed a
shntguii loadM with buckulmt nnl nhot
Arnold In tlio biek serloutdy wounding
him Arnold wna nllre wlicu Inst heart
from He negro had not beeu capturt d at
latest rt ports
Kan Antonio Tex Ajill 17 City Be
teetlre Ihouias J UucUes died today ot
eaucer of the stomaclu
New City OfTlcers Installed Work of
Jho Criminal Court
Hlllsboro Tex April 17 The city
council met last night and after trans
acting routine business the new coun
cil men and other ofllcers wero sworn
In The last act < t the old council
waa to pass the ordinance granting a
franchise to the Southwestern Tele
pone to put In a telephone sjstem
Charles Ljnch was convicted In the
district court this jtnornlng for horso
theft nnd given seven years in tho
penitentiary Grand Parrar was
given two > ears for forgery Marshal
Patterson the newly Installed onicer
made his first arrests this morning of
a bunch of eight negroes for breaking
Into a Mexicans stock of candy a
> oungman named Bd Steegal wastil
ed this morning on a charge of ma
licious mischief The Merry Makers
had quite a nice time nt the residence
of Mrs J B Saw > er last evening
The joung people had quite an eng
joyable little dance last evening in the
parlors of the Kennedy hotel The
ladies of the Christian church will
give a strawberry and lee cream sup
per next Friday nlgbt The proceeds
are to be devoted to the church
Worthsm Tor April 1Th dI
cation rpr entlne the Worthim Jn
worth lesgus left ysterdaj Mnlnr
for Houston In a spotal car from Cort
leans Also lb dl atc Lit on th
same train for Waco to attend It
Tsmplfrfc T Wn < °
Castorla Is Dr Samuel rUclicrs prescription for Infant
mid CblUlrrn It contains neither Opium Morphine
oilier Knrcollo substance It Is n harmless substitn
for Paregoric Drops Soothing Syrups anil Castor OIL
It is Pleasant Its pitarantco is tICty jcary usou
Million of mothers Cnstoria la tho Children Paaaee
tho Mothers Friend
Tstortftl9o well adapted to children that
X rtHxnnnuud It as supi rlc r loony prescript ion
known to me B A Aaciira II I
111 Eo Oxford n Croollj n N Y
Thmwocf Castorla li tv > universal and
Ita merits to well known that It sccuid a work
of upcniregstlon to endorse It I cw are the
Inteiyjent fniLks who do not keep Cuetorla
wltkln caty reath
Cuoos Uahttk B I >
ew orkCity
In silk
i miihici > iitrrricuiuK
A riimjuH
> win
I t ftKleal mlllt already in
imiS 17 and ion
i JIUm comparison
5f > W < cult and nnrst nisei
without mor mlllt All erocers
5 McCordCollln Commercs Co J
CaRtorU cumi Colic OonUpM
bour btomavh Dlarrbuja Eniruu P
Cllls Worma Jg
p Mi
V Itlwul liijurloua mAlJcatloiv
For sorcrel jmu I lm >
joup CoatortV mi J tfmu o
do so a It bss Ur UUj prxrfUJSi
Urih Stmt snd ru a Wt
Tns CnTni Ookpibt rt Mcrnur Snuttr Ktr WiC1
W11IU v li i wmT
Suit Department
300 new spring suits
just in from tho Jaffiay
Co receivers salo
Bought at half tho mar
ket value Soiling tho
same way
Lawn suits at Si
Duck suits at
150 2 and 250
Sergo suits at
450 5 and 6
Full line of
Duck and
Sergo Skirts
280 Ladies Wrappers
also at
Specially Lowprlcesi
At 98c wrappers worth
At 145 satin wrappers
worth 2
New waists
lawn etc
Tlironnh sieepioE Car 8ern
Connie n April i
rullman Palace sleeping can til
run to Chicago via the Tons ul IV
clflc Iron Mountain and Chlctpt
Alton rallwaj b leaving Fort Wr
on cannon ball at 6 20 a marrlitt
Ut Ix > ula 733 tho next moralei
at Chicago 4 S3 the next evcalf
Tor tlcketa and other Infcnutt
call on J P ZVH
Third and Main sheets Fort Tw
Ticket Agent Union depot FortWrt
General Pasaentrer und Ticket If
Dallas Tex
Laundered and Satis
faction Guaranteed
75c to 1 perPiar
Are Just an old oU rem
In this new shape
Doctors have always gl
Wc have them in this fhipe
simply for their handintsl
RirAvs tiimamM
Intl tT wiffViVii
TADULES < > U ° i
Unstlpstlsn Oltt MjSt
Uysprp1 ftJ fllilh1w
it r ewrrjtir J JI3
I Like myJdll
to use
looks ond Is aa tf
grant aa vloleM

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