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Fort Worth gazette. [volume] (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1891-1898, April 30, 1896, Image 6

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to delight thoBo who attend the elocu
tion and muslo rucltat Friday nlfiht
mickcrel at
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Bwarts inaVe the belt photos In the
city for 2 and S3
Erytody go to Want Ice crtam
parlor It It flrit clas In yery ro
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of cream ird by polite waiters
Atifol food Baby Iluth and other
line cakei bbkad dally at Wanti 70S
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Tresh strawberriea at Itorrl ioni
Th Hurley buildin barber ihop
Jim removed ucrois the atreet to 70J
the old Tea Htore Bhavlnir 10ar hair
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and 2 Dundee bull Jin f corner Seventh
and Houiton over llutts Droi
Tlamembfr tlio elocution anci musla
recital at Hoard of Trade halt Friday
nlsht Do not miss the entertainment
All the delicacies of the seaaon at
MorrUonf
Oeorirs Lt Clause tuneral director and
embalrner Full aiaortment of under
taktra eooda Takes full charge of
tuntrals and furnlahea all recasary
retjulremcnta No lit Weal Weather
ford
Bend your orders tiTVanta lea cream
parlor for fine cakte and cream can L
dlea fruits eto
Jf you want flrst cla laundry work
nlo us a call Phono 17S Natatorlum
Steam Laundry
Fleetrlo repalrliiKt all kinds Guar
anteed work Xoniax Electtlo Co
Seventh and Houston
Cottage 0 alt err 1003 Main street
Cabinet photos 12 00 per doien It
Hurdge Photographer
The doctors alt tell you to go to
Morrisons for meals
Dr Trank Mulllns apeclaltat eye eA
catarrh ot the noae and throat Soott
Harrold building corner Fifth and
Mali Olaaaea accurately fitted
Wanti Ice crfatn parlor ta the cool
est place In the city
While In the city oall at Morrl ions
Beit lea cream eoda 6 cents at J P
Kicks A Ctxs Ml Main
Whan vou want rood laundry work
ring us up we do nothing but flrtt
claaa work Phone 171 Natatorlura
flteam Laundry
Finest Kansas Cltr moats at Mor
risons restaurant
THectrlo wlrlne for bells and llshts
Ott eitlmate Unux ltlt c trio Co
Seventh and liouaton
Ooen day and nluht Morrlaons
Kat strawbfrry frarlne at J P Kicks
A Coa fill Main
Ten dollars reward to any man uO
will eat more than I will tfe In a
regular meal for IS cna Short nrdera
ai mojerato pnceirimy ioar6Ucenia
Itoard nnd lodslnr II 10 per week at
CundtXa rMtaurant 107 West Weath
erroru street opnoeite court house
Tou can get all summer drinks Lt J
P Nicks Cqb
Only ladles restaurant In he city
Morrison a
Lad 1m and gentleman em 4 prompt
ly at MonUons restaurant
j For the beat merchanta lunch finest
iwlne whiskies elmra etc yllt The
Palace Beer Halt SOI Mainetrent
Tho Epwortb Loague will giro a
lawn party Friday avenlnn at the real
ience of Mr A J Inell 13 Ilamp
ton Dtroet All are cordially Invited
Doctors headquartcra Morrisons
restaurant ff
Mk Keys cave her younjr friends a
picnic ye i tarda y at the old reunion
grounds
Shot Mia
VI nit ft I T April 29 Constance
Rowland aged 2 years Is under ar
yvt tor killing her father-in-law and
will be taken to Fort Smith for trial
They had a trltlng dlaa greenunt and
the woman ahot the old man with a
Hrelytr
ft i
WbAu Batty was Blek ira gT Mr Okstortu
Wain sU waa a CWtt Gke trtad for Ossioria
Waaa aba hUM 30 sW ehiAg to CaetorU
WaetuWtttidtfitiMaOutria
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At the
Bare Cost
of the Cloth
Every 18 20 and 2250 Sutt has Ken reduce 1o
aaH hi mi
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lllaMy talloret Knruieilta tb IMtl cut T f rr r
breakrr gi n Kml nalblng to cmnl Ihcm under -
rka your eholo out ot UUOO alia dlIrcd on oor from
counter
TIIU I8ITII IlOCTOItS r corllallr luvlted lo ctill V
aire aborrlnff beautiful aolectlon of caul coal anil rattle craau
nnd linen aalla ut lorraal ngnrra
rotii rniaoxRng kscapb
From the Jnlt at UrowneTlIle na is
Itecnplnred
lirownsvnie -re ap
clal Four prisoners escaped from tho
county ja y ntia -
side bars Three succeeded In making
good their escape presumably to
Mexico but one n captured
cnui3Nsrn mtcuHASis
Philadelphia Pa April W A
eral strike on the lines of the unlju
Traction company lias been ordered
to take effect at 4 o clock tomornrr
Bt Petersburj April 2 Dispatches
received here from Mce today saya thot
the health of the ctarewltch which has
been pmArlous for a long time past
has taken a sudden turn for the worce
Delaware Ohio April 29 Wm Scar
borough Joienli I let Uberch Mrs
Luclnda Williamson and Charles Oran
berry were killed by a cloub burst ot
berry were killed by a cloud burst at
Waldo last night Damages ore re
ported In other quarters
Madrid April 23 A meeting or the
cabinet was held today to consider
tho scrloua conditions In Spain due to
drought The rablnet decided to enter
upon the organltntln of relief
Chicago April 23 Tho man lags of
Mies Florence Pullman daughter of
Mr and Mrs George M Pullman to
Mr Frank Orren Lown of Hubbard
la was solemnised this evening
Shanghai April 23 A collision oc
curred at Woo Sung on Thursday
morning between the steamers New
Chwamr and On Wo The Utter sank
and over SCO persona mostly Chinese
were drowned
Hnrrltburg Pa April 23 Oqv
Hastings today l of inert to grant n
respite In thi case ot H H Holmes
who is to be tianged In Philadelphia
on May 7 for the murder ot lienjumln
-1
New York April 23 Commander
Booth Tucker of the Salvation Arm
whllo out on a slumming expedition
tonight was arrested and trken to
a police station lift II wss fixed at
1100 which was furnished by Stove
111 o lie
Itealdenre Hurnril
nllaa Tex Anrll 29 SDeClal 1
Vines F Paces reeldenre on Flora
street waa burned at s ociocx tonight
loan nbuut isua coverea vy insurance
Tho furniture was sand but some
what damaged
mn ouTina Manure
ItloulfrDDiarj Netr Urltam
At Montgomery-
Montgomery 011061000 1 67
Hew urieanv unvuui i is z
iiatterles BiJJy and Kehoe Smith and
Gondlng
AtUnta Moblle
At Atlanta-
Atlanta - 0 0200000 0 1 B 3
Mobile 01 0 01 0 00 13 7 t
I know that age la talMne on me
said Mlai Berclaf ft dear but Vou
neednt mtnd so try much It tan t
telling ths whole truth Tlt UUi
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Declares He Will Leave
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AoiSomo foii Tin gold
ITAXUAI1D
IT MUST HOT YIELD
TO Til 13 LVIXO IIIIUUOLDTU UF
ioo TD iiorrur
An Anarrar Is Sin tie by Senator
ShermaiwUt nl on the TarlU
Quealtou The Dankrnptcy Mill In
the lloukf
Washington April 19 Two notable
speeches by Senator Teller and Sen
ator Sherman representing opposing
tlements on the financial question
wero heaid In tho senate today Mr
Teller nddrcscd hlmscif parttcu
lorly to the Ohio senator umtru verting
the vlewd held by him and maintaining
that no honest effort had fceen made In
the prcient congress to pass a tariff
bill The senator referred In passing
to the McKlnley candidacy saying
that tho moto of Advance agent of
prosperity was delusive as no pros
perity could come until condition are
reformed The climax ot Mr Tellers
speech was reached when ho said he
would vote os he spoke and that he
would not hesitate to separate himself
from the party with which he had been
allied for forty yearn If lt pronounced
for the gold standerd
Ha declared that the Investigation of
the senate by tho senator from Ohio by
declttijitr to pars n revenue law was
unwarranted The Dlneley bill waa
not presented with any purpose of
ptUilnc It Nobody cures whether the
bill passea or not declared Mr Teller
as it uas Introduced merely to make
n tariff Issue and to attract attention
from the financial lsnue
Tha aenator ald that If a sincere
Mfort had been made to rinse reenue
it could have been made on nonpar
tisan and patriotic around which
would hate avoided tho conflict creat
ed by the Dlngley bill But that was
not done because a revenue bill that
would pass van not wanted Certain
people were afraid It would pass They
feared It might shatter the prospects
of some presidential can I date
Mr Teller paid a glowlnjr tribute to
tho Republican rnrty and Its icrcat
aehletemnts but he added It looked
ns thouph the grent party had reached
the joint where H would drop Ihe In
terest of tho mas and fcecome the
dupe nnd ajrent of those who hae no
sympathy with tho mnsarn of thos
who represent only the dollars He
cenfesaed that he looked with fear on
the cm me of the great party with
Which he had ben allied for forty
years
Would it ylld to the fl lying
shibboleth of sound money If It bo
came the party of the gold standard
then Its disintegration had come
What will I do If the party to
whom l have been Mtaehd advocates
the gold standnrdr pmestded Mr
Teller Mr president 1 have w doubt
In saying here ft a I have eald before
and will say again that when a politi
cal organisation ceasn to represent th
sentiments 1 hold then I ceaso to act
with It
Wr bhrman anawertd Mr Teller
arguing against a SO cent silver dollar
announcing the time had come for a
decisive opinion from the people Ho
appealed the caae ho said to the trib
unal of the American people ut the
coming elections
The early part ot the day was glcn
rzZi
ttfroaSalisaln tho VnZd
s V j
to speeches by Senator Vilas and
Mitchell of Wisconsin Tateier snd
Kyle ouioclxlng Pere Marquette afttr
which the resolution was adopted ac
cepting tho ataiute of Mai quettn 1 re
sented by Wisconsin The naal bill
Is nominally before the senate but i
being- thrust alde for the Incidental
and financial debate
Mr Hale In charge of the bill pro
tested vigorously against distracting
debate declaring that If It continued
conaresa would remain in Washington
until next fall
TUB IIAMOttlTCr BILL
The Unr Spent House in Uls
cnlittT It
Washington D C April 29 The
houso spent tho day In further discus
sion of the bankruptcy bill air Con
nell Hep of Illinois spoke In favor ot
the measure and C W Stone KP of
Pennsylvania New lands of Nevada and
Mi Broderlck llep of Kansas in op
position to lt Mr Newlands In the
course of hli remarks said that If Do
Democrats at the Chicago convention
abandoned free trade and declared for
silver a fusion of the silver elements
will follow whloh would be victorious
while Mr Connolly predicted in the
event of the enactment of a free coin
age law an universal demand for a
bankruptcy law Before the bank
ruptcy bill waa taken up there was
some discussion of the treasury situa
tion In connection with the appropria
tions Mr Dockery Dem charged
that tho liabilities created by this con
gress Including J93 000 00Q for contracts
would reach 305 000 000 Mr Dlngley
tho leader of the majority on the floor
defended the appropriations calling at
tention to tho fact that the houso had
passed a bill to Increase the revenues
The house adopted the report of elec
tions No 2 In favor of Boll In the con
tested election cafe of Pence s Bell
from thp nrid Colorado district
STRlM THE KifBBI
A DCPLTV SliritllT tSlE I1U UK
VOLA E1U
The Bllnlater Very Seriously lu
Juietl and Slneh DUouimIou
Caused The Came f the Deed
Waco Tsx April 29 Special Rev
Dr K M Myers the Jewish rabbi
was struck on ths head with a reolver
In the handd of Deputy Sheriff Nichols
this eenlng and seriously Injured The
ofllcer went to Dr Myera residence
with a capias for the atrest of a col
ored woman who was visiting her sis
ter Dr Mera cook A discussion eng
sued between the ofllcer and the min
ister the latter the olllcor declares
refuting him admliston to the Iiojsc
whereupon the revoher was brought
Into play The affair has created con
ilrderable discussion Dr Meeis In
juries tonight nre repoited to bo very
Bcrloua He Is an old man between C5
and 70 years of agr
it nniMin iiuad
Fnneral Sei vlres to lie Held Toduy
nt 4 P St
After a brief Illness It Brunow an
old and well known citizen died this
morning at 12 40 at his residence 703
Hait Ha tile street The causa of death
was congestion of the stomach De
ceased wo h member of the Sons of
Herrman lodge S3 Knights of Honor
3171 and HUby lodge K of P The
The funoral 4ientes will ba conducted
from the residence at 4 p m today
Members or lodge 02 Sona of Herrman
and Tarrant lodgo K of II 120K
aked to meet at hall In Gazette butld
Intr to attend the funeral in a body
All friends of the family are Invited to
attend
Submit Their Nntnra
Dallas Tex April 29 Special
Judges Edward Gray and XI H Burke
have issued nn agreement which In
purport f forth the Intention ot tho
genttemclr to suhnVt their names in
the May IS primaries the winner to go
In the June 6 primaries called by
Chairman Dudley as tho free silver
candidate for the nomination to con
gress
GATraVHLU April 29 -Special
Tr oi rMlnw at Turnemvllle ete
brated their anniversary last Saturday
Hon 1U W Martin made the address
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TIEWSOF JUDGE PERKTNS
He PatorsTrce and Unlfmltcdjjlltcr
Ccilnage
orrosEs any ifs or conditions
Inparli Should II LTd Sotaly an
ilf auuallailaaiil Lmuttaa Shli
Daar Ilia Un4ao
nuak1 Teias April -The Tost wan
called on Julge Jaraen I PerkJis of thl
pUce v0 u a candidate bctore tae
deniuoratio conetrfa of tha Socood
trcsslujial district for congrcas sjvI Inter-
viewed the Juda eng tko Iwue of 0i
isunpalgo The following bt wbt he says
James I PvrUia candidate for the
democratic nemlfiailon for congieM from
the 8ond diMi4t u bora la Baa au-
gusiin jvj Amcoji iaW or pareuu
vui ouaie le laxaa In LOO lit fatkr
and Qta uncki lias ndtnara bro r
were idlia lb i i Oraj rafolulon oft
ISStf Hi ruuctl wa obtained in tha
lal acrovW ot Aue Auguitlna town and
nelfblvrfwtiL utusro he arew lo raaoooa
eng hU faihtrs farm aoma three uulta lm
tha aountrv In lit when 16 years of
sks he served a voluntrer soldier lnt
UrcMia iLvlaloa off cavalry and partici
pated na a boy aoldter In all the baitlaa
and alilrmhihm of th Hed river campoJin
frrm Manojd to mlow buyou but at
the cloaa of the war ba had anllated as a
recruit In General L R Rom bHraaaC
and vls andeavonnc to cross the
a ppl to Jain that command when Me
sur rendered anI the ooflapie of the Con-
ftdnracr tjoourrtd After tha war ha ra i
eldd with his mother hie father having
died fn UCi on t ie old hemMtead and fol
lowed farming uatll 1S7A whn be antered
liw deaartment f the Unlverrtty of
irclrla and corn j 8 ting his couraa re
tLmel to hla native pace and wu ad
pUtod to tha bar In the fall of l7l In
lvfv wxm the creation of the ofTlae of
district attorney iti the old Socond judicial
dUtrlrt then embracing Anderson Charo
kee NatxifdooIieB Can AuguiMne rl
fiablne bo na appointed to the position
by Ooveinor O M jpoberta who had
crvcd on the committee which examlrcd
and rerommrnd1 him for lie use to prac
tice lw la IVt he re novfd to ha prm
nt htine at lk wtl m February IM
waa uppcInted by Governor In Wnd Mn t
Irlct 3li of his d trlrt to fill tha va
oncy ecaI06fa hy tt taMgnatlon of
JudRe reyton f tdwarJ Upon tha ex
pirilo or lilt l m la ti following fall
he vao ncmmitcd aid l cted to a full
tfrn ad In MJ waa Lgaln unanimously
Twrai d and at d to a nather Urm
whi h ho hl unt IvbTuary when
Y r wl tned to cngoro In the practice of
hit prornfsion aa a ffwcbossor of tha late
Jud fam A W Nop in tto tlrm prev
iously W Ufpon A n IHoti but Uieii changed
Pi kuia ft Wlbmn
JG31 ho waa damocre Uo preiidtntlif
aloctrr on tha Clcitand tlcret and aa
such i twaJ a vlsvros and able canrausif
of tha ecnd congreaUoaat dlttrit
To 1SS7 uron ocrurnca of the va
ajniy In the lawer houce of congrcs
caused hv Judre lajrna a elation to the
United fitatoe smxaIb Judte Pcrklna waa
tre leadog cardnate bafore tha district
confotlon wfcl h finally nondrated
llowdjr Martn for the place Judge Par
kins Sevlnr within a vote or two of half
tha rnvnlon as atalnat tha othar three
fl5Motxlihed ucmoetlton for tha nomlna
ltn ind he htltl this rlrc njrth throughout
lbs deafllnK which eul and until he
tlnallv withdrew fron the oonteat Ha
rat aaalii a candllata two years ago and
In ihe rontMl before the convention
which had narrowrd down to himself and
in S It Cojpfr the silting member
ta utrncth of tne two waa ro nearly
eo lal that tha convention wss unable to
mika a or aire each leedlrg atout aa
of n aa the other until after a deadlock
f a week Judre Perkln withdraw and
Mr Coir tr waj nomtnat d
Julee Parkins mirricd his present
ThU Tife wio wea daurhter of tha
lata Jul nnett fildke of Naeondoohes
county in iro and la tha father of a
nvct literr atlng family of alx clwuran
lit t doinv an actUa and extensive
Draetl Mt and while turning Into hla 4tihi
rwr ie U active tnd In rohtt health
anj would eUy pass for a man years
of eio
Jure belng that you are a candl
oate f the democratic nomination fori
XMaTtee froa this dlitrlct I hao taken
occasion to atlc an expression of your
Vlewa upon the leading aubjtot of
tlonal poley tpon which there Is a dl
verclty of party opinion at this time
Very well ar aaJd the Judge raising
hli ejts frwm a irr4jaoript upon uls offlcs
taNa Uh which he had soemad ab
loibed i am free and alad to answer
ywur quastlont and all of them Please
a k treni one 1 a time
Are yoa a candidate tor coograar
Yeu sir 1 am I M tho convtntlon In
Wn mid wHharew in favcr of a minority
tundlrate I did the eme thing la USH
My fritvida muny of whom hav tup
porttd my former oiixmumub insist oo
my makiig tha rce this Umt
1 What do you wiih f ea Judge as to
ycur pUUon n lia loading National
iaruea cf the hout
I wth to atawcr you a owietaely but
aa dlrtotly aa poaUUa My posttioo on
thei i Ijmh hM b n ao recently ard
aniply dednrd in my canplgn speeohea
muti as urcloenual ecutr n la in
atteen out of tin alDren cojiulti of
tha Mat tit and lu a aniallor number of
eountUa as a canrMto for conrrMi to
s that I feM that what I mav
now aav ia a imrt reuratlon f wcrdj
oc pkca to a lrser ar of the con
ailtueney by whom thla Intenlew waw
ly Critical oplnloiB have un
deraore na change My ar idea of faili
5ftand rJ1 txlt tw suUtractou r
addition and nre s foikyrrs
LiVof n AnA unlimited coln
f05rivrd roIi fllscVimlna
on as to either
upon ease equality - m
to mlntar and Iftjrai tandr quSitiei it
lm ao Hint tt fviimirt
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otlicr Jfarcotlo substance It is n liarmW
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It Is Pleasant its muiranioo 11 Xhlttj
Millions of aiotliors CastorladostrOTaWa
foTcrlslincss Cistorla provcuts vomlUnfj
cures Aiiarniuoa uun mu yunu uum
tectlilu troubles cures constlpatlonoaaf
Custorln nsslmllatca tbo food rejrulatr i
nnd bowols uvlnir bcnltliy nnd natural
torla Is tbo OliUdrous 1uniicca tbo MotUaj
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CaGtorla Cas
Castortalaaa excellent medicine for ehll
irea Jlotheis haia repeatedly U4d ma of Its
good ajCrfct opoa their child raH
Da O C OsnooD
LowvU Uasa
Caatorla U the bet remedy tor children of
which I am acquainted I hopo the day la not
far distant when mothers will consi lor tho real
Interert of their children and u Caatorla In
stead of the rarioui quack nostrums which are
diMtrorlnff their loved ones by forcing opium
morphine soothing syrup and other hurtful
Brants down their throata thereby Beading
them to premature grave
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and although
medical Buppllea win
products yt w are M
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lavor upon itr
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STATU COLUTS
Third Conrt of Civil Ann e alt
Austin Tex April 23 Special
On call the trial docket In the Third
court of civil appeals today the fol
lowing proceedings were hndr
Affirmed City of Honey Grove vs
Holt from Fannin TJasley vs En
dowment rank K of P from Clayj
Chlsum vs Cook from Clay
Heverscd and remanded M IC T
Hallway company of Texas vs Meyen
ftom Hockwall Guthrie s Pierson
from Balnea
Affirmed In part and In part re
versed and rendered Worshara ot aL
vs lacy t al from Clay
Dismissed Bell va Allcott St May
nor from Palo Pinto
Dismissed at appellants cost O C
S r Railway company vs Lewis
from Coleman
On call of motion docket the follow
ing ordera were made
Behearlng refused Hanning s
Carpenter et al from Travis Camp
bell vs Campbell et a from McLen
nan Phoenix Insurance company va
Hague from Williamson Moore Jr
et al vs J6hnston from Llano
Arnold administrator vs Peoples
from Milam M K T Hallway com
pany of Texas vs Jamison et nl
from Williamson Beer vs Thomas et
aL from McLennan one by each
parly
Overruled Texas Central Hallway
company vs Fisher McFatter from
Hamilton to strike out appellants
Granted Grlffln vs Partlsh et al
from Burnet to reinstate appeal and
bond tendered with motion approved
administrator v Peoplca from Ml
uer motion ror raliearlne
In th cm ot ths a c s P
way company va Iowlar from Tom
ft
303 Houston Stn
motion ior re
S S1 eranttil ordorea flla and
2 2 i rehartn overruled
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