Fort Worth Daily Gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 66, Ed. 1, Sunday, March 4, 1883 Page: 3 of 12
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Tyi na-Tm IKazirlJte
PUBLISHED BY THE '
Stock Journal PnbliEMng Company.
a "M Ttifi i my.
J. O. Foan
. . . Jtanager.
r.o. JJ. X.OVIKG. -
ZE2UW OP SUBSCRIPTION.
une moBUi -
uneycar - - -. " " "
tt uswer in the eountry-ent to absent-
STfi.eofpSUi.' at the following lov
rate: .. &
Three month - - .no.
Six month - - - ".'.. sol
auuernrtlon to dilly and wceklyu rtricUy in
8 aSS. and all riper. wpicd when dm.
CJrt& 'dStrinc the aidrew of theli
SSantSl I will' prtfeJrto in licl.
iomsmalcaiUon both the old and new aa
lUBrit't.r lrt on Fort ypPWS5
nionsr older or rezUtered lcUcr. If"
otheriowo wlU not be rcsponilble io
p8iIon eplei :nt free on appllcuou.
7 icx JouaXAi. roiiMMtiyp Cost
?' and therptf oavtUM
Lnrf rHharioUotti.and jichcre filet Of IM torn
Sasc Autos to--Vo. AtorojM Srrt
Jkkomk Hakbis lUnaar.
jLVntx-Ctomer Arnut and Bolt MAn
ttretl. It . JOHMSTOW Janaoer W. .
Ht.CE ond E. 11. CONNELl. JttUiants.
CttLOKADO ClTV-H. L. IIKSTLBV Jancff(T.
It. 4. Fehukj.on. AdilSIant
To Local Aarcnts.
All orders for subscription must be
Ccot7iparJtea f ino jiu.t.
attention in paid to euc.'i
For calf states. Pftrtlj- cloudy local
ralnu In tho western portion northerly to
aittrly wlnda stationary or lower temicr-
tur ttaUonary or higher barometer.
Grnrfngr-Farm Land for Sale.
Four lots each about. r0000 one 100-
C0 one 200000 acres. The only large
todies to be had in the state in or-
ganized counties. Assures security
rapid enhancement in value extra
desirable for use or investment.
E. F. Gkajiam
Graham Young County Texas.
Grazlns-Fanu Luids Foi
200 section in a solid body.
105 nectlon in a solitl uouy
200 section alternates. ..
1RO titHitloiiH Holla to.ly vivna voit i : ...
-wi..f-rt. tr l.. fr.imniimfejfag:s'grpiiiiroiw KT.
v unusual nuletude pervade? the
ranis of the Republican party. "o
on. seems to be troubling himlf
about laying wires for himself or any-
body; cle. Jue- "r ; :r':u;;; w than one vear shall U
reached tne conclusion i a c i-y-j
pie are weary oi -i :"
ind practices which have
i thpm in nowcr for
- . ..!.. rtt
iw.ra after uicir ueuuji-B.- w -
. . . i.i.s.
tnd have determineaio accept iuv.-1
Tins has been n bad winter f-ir pro-
hibitory legislntlon. It has been
snowed under in Minnes-oia Joa. j
ML-uri Indiana Kansas
r.r Tano is the only
that has consented not to ?ub-
. it. .. ...If.ilnrv- 1'TIIL'UUIUL'IIL I"
TT11I. Tl 111 UlllUvwJ
the Tieot.le. Ohio is fctili htrugglin? j
with the perplexing jirooiem aim
have gotten it Into a tangle from
which it will probably never te exiri-
-xited. Sumptuary Jaws wUen pro-
perly understood art not popular with
GBECNHACKIS3I has received another
.rtr. Afnlnp. Thelu"ion-Greenback
committee ha decided to act with tin t
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Democratic party i"- .
entirely ignore that eminent old hum-
bug and scientist Solon" CiiASn. The
new party calls itself the Union and
Ignores the terms Democrat and Kf-
publican but works on Democratic
nrlnciplca. The party believes "such
incidental protecuun .... - -
carded as ahull promote the greatest;
i ! -.tt number with no
special privilege to any one."
a trvjiTinv occurred in Kansas
Jy. l-' ---
r.:.. o f. rinvs fince concerning
arrest of a prominent cattle dealer at
the Instance of the Stock Growing as- Qf the press W3S regarjed as on
sociation. He sold cattle for anotucofthe chief agents in the progress ol
man which it was afterwards learned iviatIoni and wlen much ilork.
were stolen. The man who stole the j Qmtmy WJIS required in defense of tin
cattle was arrested aud convicted by j la(lmm of human rights. But i
the ttssociation. Its ofllcers thcn secms that after the ignorant fumes'
called upon the dealer for the money hn digsipated that mantled tin
he received for the cattle and upon rc-lclpam. mls0n of statesmen it
fusing to give it up was arrested but ; . U) be geeu that an uutram-
seeing he would be involved Wlth mlled pre5s may be a very inconven
mt. .'iist and much annoyance lt . g0 inconvenient m fact
.i i... .n.it nn.1 vni
linauypaiuoeri.. - - -
XOTffITHSTAXBIU lliu wi" '""
news was conveyed by asociaieu press
mid specials to all parts of the country
'that the Newlial! Mouse was a .
Unipthe3uryupou investigating tb
... fm...t Hint its facilities for
tuav. i ""'"
Kr.t n uoy i.u......i----:-- .......
in- in -ood faith and for actual settle-
final entries BJtavlhneku.eniovntthQ
. Ujj JjJ J - - .
- ' ur'tion 0f the
made to me "J" '
-register and rcciver of the land fir
. . ar M1
sreeable to such ru e as shall be pre
ii-i.i lie to sueu ruies as mjuu c j. ;
...-.. i.. .....
..-ni.i I ii- tup fceereiarv oi iub ii
t!f....!.ic...iJ iw int.' it shall
be t0 make a pcreoual inspection of the
trae t of jand for which the claimant
1c3irC!5 to make a tinai einry wmr.
It..iftl. i liomestcad. or culture laws
1 i. wrtitifrate of fcuuh int-necUi.
I -ball be required in every caw
..!... i..t -nil! pl.iimant has lor
fd!ed aU the refjUirements of the law
!...... .. rtn..i r.nrti(i.!itp is i&stied. Til
substitute also provides for the inspect-
ors fee and for the repeal of the land-
ing lav.-s on the subject.
This substitute was argued am
ur'ed before the committee and though
tt had the effect to cause the com
'mittte to strike the provision repeal
.r itin nrppmntion law
iufc ...- i
wn?i not adopted. It
. . i. .-.....
be urged when tiiemauergoea u.mi.
theLousC( aaau not adopted the ex
j .stjng jWs wH1 rcmtlin n force anu
fimart Yunkee women of the efw.
wm continue to settleup Dakota grow
ricuanil marry the impecunious cnape
dM uot hftVC lhe nervx. to settle
the lands tnemseives.
rv tlm current is-ue that standard
journal of justice and conservatism.
nmitirrrfifi. discusses the freedom o
lSfS the press in an able clear and inipar
"?' ...... Tt u..vM simonir othe
. tial manner. It says.
.. that t!m0 Was when the free
! . ..i rnn .ii.il os tn nvmireji
;napoenuiv. . y-
1 vigorous exertion oi me ictouiu -
! ctvilization to counteract its demoral-
. . . ... .. . sion Ol
A t .i iwpiit session OI
i lziue; entxis
""" camber of deputies tin
- I alion cto U
- - ' lltendcd to propose so
cjnt mtcm VJ
intent liiioiiiiL-u in i'ii""
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1 vcrer kuiuho "
J t.r.li.r-. TWHliBi.iieiie.l.lt!
FORT WORTH TEXAS. STTyPAY MARCH
'object of the jug-hanule rate u
over their heads. It was successful!
the crack of the FV wu
j" thatwhic there must be torn
une ina .hi concrete
ii i . to
' . - .. . ..
.Tt nn l not do for tue nouse 10 ""!'
nrmoreln-ltbetariffWH iwfcseil in the K-natc u.
Democratic vote? nor allow it to
pa-setl in the house by that party
The Republican party must retail
control ofjthetariir question and .pass n
bill that would be satisfactory to th
great manufacturing nates or pa
none at all.
tiic v...i? tiiniiv tlihiKd in
onnection vith the tariff bill and th.
ong debate of the tenate before pass
ng it. It recalls the charges mad
hv nnp stnntor that it was tile work o
lired monopolists; that it was brec
md born in corruption. It forces th.
onclusiou almost that the charges
were true and that the ob-
ject of the high protectionist
ill along has been to prevent anj
revision of the tariff beeau
j -he duties would thereby be reduce
' . wlil.. r.1 tf ftnl r.lll
lower tuaii nas aijn:ca.." "- -
iron etc. Jsut one met uwiv
force the conclusion that sucli was tin
caie and that is the refusal of the sen
ate to accept the report of the confer-
Ti.nf nircnlation Joke.
"Circulation efjual that of all tht
other daiiy prew of the state com-
' The above standing joke has stared
the readers of the News (Galveston) in
the face for so many yeara "w -
iid to the discredit of the intelligence
of the Texas people niauy of them
u-tiiallv take it to be a fact lhe fol
lowing facts taken from "ie news
napedireetories of George P Uosell
t'o. and of N. W. Aver & ton. foi
ISb-l. will exhibit the full force of th
ioke. The names of me pa pom an-
.'Iven with the lowest circulation
given by the directories incutionod:
in Antonio Express - . . -
Dallas Hera d
U mint on 1'ot... . ..-. -
Waco Examiner -
Fort Worth Uuinocrot AU ance.
ilrenham Banuer -
Denlson lleiuocrat . . - -
-.hernian Courier -
Jotreison Jlmplecute . ...
t j .VuTtin SWuVninn
W eamericiru voiuiiivi ji -
nninnro In faor of otlitr papers . . 2
In the above ligures the News h
;ini -itii tin. lilibpst estimate
whUe the other dailies are given at
niiui; iuc ""' UU...W....- n-- . .
tl.iv i i.i-iut 1.ii.uil nri llii'Hi lit tile lime H"
0llniittoll .. mluie. AS''"'
SLAUE OX HIS BAHBLIS.
T Iift TTpnrintffi
that Tjoctnlrn turner.
tiiining omnipresent I
iuii uusiiitss? lruiii
uu-siii. imui uai": -
ceorge -Mcller-h and Kn pnliwiupi
i west of tieM"t5 -
perhaps fift l'"-1-.
of them owntd bj
the most subsuimial men and irms in ( yw to b( prwperiuR. City
lortu '1 exns. Jones & fctronjr hau Attorney Hutr nms time now and
.erhaps the largest business in I then from hia legal labors to furnish
own. They haye two houses and Odette whh ww.tem news. i
atri a large stock of dry goods e:lC0Ud wriiv ulUtfh 1U0re of this place
.ene and hardware. Mr. ; llut the limited pace allowed me will
his hrin is ou of the pleasautist men d t f u Sipk.
met on mv extended rambles. "ui ";"
.Mason vv son also nave two uou-es nu
i-.ii .... . ... .. n j
urryuiuft nue oi goous. jh. vns-j
brooK ana a partner wnose name l
tave forgotten deal largely in gro--eries.
The lumber lirni ofLiou Jc
Jilililf i 1k 1nr.r.-.t. firm of the kind
in the west Their yard under th-
management of the untiring S. H.
latliews. is doing a laud otllce busi-
ness. J. G. Cummiugs has the largest
(very stable aud the best teams and
jungles to be found in the west and J.
e.. Mainor keeps a splendid hotel at
iJowie. It isn't often one gets quail
m toast at a regular dinner but
hnt'.u wh.it thnv rinrnlMl US OO
it flu. Af.'iinnr TT.inao
u. k;. ijuiie cc uo. nave me rini;i-
pal drug store in the place aim their
stobk seems complete. A. B. Smythe
ieeps a nrai-ciusi saioon auu tut-iu mu
..wo or three other institutions of the i
same kind in the place. '
While at Bowie I liad the pleasure of I
T-tiiu'Cantain B. J. Smith one oft
tlioseoui roi. J-iern geutle-l Harris. Adeline
tien whose generous fitth1 . 1 UKiteu
beams forth from their eyes. Captanyr iionenuiAy;rji
-:. Is a perfect type of the Southern
rontlemkn. O. C. Schneider hsus a tin ieronMa-r
tioii at Bowie and is driving a pros
perous business isir. Jt. l . .iauBum
keeps the only news sianu in; - """" -
and on his tables may always be fouud
. j il .. c-nf. Tiiii-Moi i mil-
ii t iri nuich iuuiui ...
pany's publications as
ii i. indiot on-forn inprs. rriiC
.wan ".. '.".' ;.;"VfV B.i.rill.
fiTiSlbhcdai Bowie and presents
31 r. Vanl'elt your agent at Bowie
ru-tles incessantly and gathereth the
shekels for the company.
IJowie is a prosperous '"""-:
etantly improving. In s des tln 1 in
the near luture i ""'";-; ?.
importance as it lsbunuuuum
rich and populous country.
was my next nSVJ . i
rand new toirn
bu It up iiic '""b"" -' --?r . niwi
ish for two jeasons: First it is named i
for train-master E. M. Aloni
(ions. -v"'". .... ..Prv man in
lO.UU prIr ""- ---
iimCC ulKfS l.v uni.il.."
1 merchants and almost the oldest citt-
zen in mia countv. ruev carry u
for a ve-
posi office in
u targe naruware iore wnpreueaisu
i-wm - m1 lint. nftov-i. tin-ware
t He la preparing to have a first-
Class iin fiioii in i.iiuut:i:iiuu imu un
a ftV minutes in the Herald oftiee
talkins with Dr. AVeil who was in
. f p.tni.iuhuient. The
Lit of Letters
Remain! n In the potofflce at Tort
Worth TMa. Saturday March 8 lss3. 7o
obtain any of theoe leiteiT. the applicant
mubt call for "advertised letter'' aud !
the date of this list .
If not called for Trlthln one raontU thy
will 1 sent to th dead letter otBw.
1iU 1 it.
Aniley Vic MU AnlUy Uolea
Baldwin. J WMtf2
BaUs Dora M
Blancliard U Mrs '.
Chiross J Mrs
near u Mauiua
Butler T Mrs
uruit tain ii
.. . nl..lnli
jjanancr. "'-;" rCt-J m a ur
Deison.ineuosiui. ji. iv-.! - --
Fritz Becky . Forest Will iln
Gardner. Nancy K Gray Mattle E 2
Ohornleys A A Mm
- Jonns0n Harriet
Myeri. T E Mr
a Konslln. Ophelia
ii.i.vfti. Vlrcic A
Ruth Llsy 2
btewart Claru (
Rust. Kiia u
Scott A B
See MatUe K
Ward LUzlr .
mf3 V 1)
Allen J H
ll-.....! IT W
Busble. W It
Ilurulianl. K i.
Brantley. A K
iiii jjatTtrii" V-A- a
I ' w
KrriiKW"' "- t
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Fort Worth Daily Gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 66, Ed. 1, Sunday, March 4, 1883, newspaper, March 4, 1883; Fort Worth, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth114443/m1/3/: accessed June 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .