Fort Worth Daily Gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 87, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 31, 1883 Page: 2 of 8
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THE GAZETTE:" FOKT WORTH TEXAS SATURDAY 3AJtOH 83 .
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iSiViv' tiV fTi &M
llo Visits Montngiio nml CIi Hinting.
Ami now iii my rnuililluir it
chanced tlmt I Holouriied awhile at
Decatur and did partakuof tho good
thinks of Unit brink town Hob Col-
lins lived at Decatur llo rtina a nowo-
papor tlicro; ho ruiiftlt Into tlio ground.
I mipposo lie niim It into (lie ground
for lio rutiH tlio J'ml and posts tiro uh-
aily run Jnto tho ground. (Now
you Bliould lmhh for tlio nbovo is
funny). Jthiryt often I perpetrate a
wimple or literature liko tho above
but When I (hmtry my hand emu pen
r giiCHs that was a pun) I umiully
throw out a h(ciii winder. What I
wish to say about Hob Colllim in that I
look a phrenological tour ovor IiIh
head. JJob'H head is prolific of
bumps Homo of which indieato what
ho linn an lucilnution to do while otli-
ern nro evidences of what ho lias
done or moro properly speaking
what litis been done lo him.
For Instance It Is an easy task for an
experienced phrenologist to tell what
kind of un article tho heavy develop-
ment benlud Hob's ears would Inspire
wliilo by ulanc-Ing at the elevation
over Ills left oyo It Is no trouble at nil
for an amateur to see Just what kind
of bump a certain kind of tirtlelo In-
ttpircs. l'lirvnology Is a great thing
out it takes an expert in the profession
just at the present to properly In voice
Hob's bumps homo of which nhow
what kind of illeiaturo lio is inclined
16 indulge In while olhero show the
result of publishing such llteratuie.
Hob wants to hiro a lighting editor
for tlio 'oflbut I'm going to try to
worry along without the poslsh.
I'm notjiolmr to snv nnvthiiiL' more
about J)ccatur It takes me too Jong to
say all I feel about tho place. I met
Harry Minks there. JIarry Is a
festive drummer-boy of am-
ple chevh and Jowl of brass.
Genial liuvd working I Tarry would
boa Jolly companion If he would talk
anything but dry goods. Jfany Is a
lustier and no mistake and has placed
mo under lasting obligations. Any
thing lio orders Irom your olllce lui-
nlsh lil in promptly on my account if
he pays for it. I'm getting llbemi all
at once you see. JIarry and L slopped
wheio we lantallul Mr. Dowry until
I think ho Is about wfldy to ask' for a
position in tho brunch lunatic asylum.
JIc pntronicd us both niiully Just to
get rid of us.
buiiaet Is imptovliig rapidly. A
largo now hotel lms Just been comple-
ted and another "blind tiger" added lo
tho nioiiagoie of tho oltv. 'I'lieso later
Institutions are tho Iw-s. While vou
aie lofiesltingyouraelf at them you do
not have your eyes dazzled by tlio
Imr-keepers diamond breastpins. You
aiouot overpoweied with his gonciul
niakc-tii). and yon don't have to take
any of his Jaw
Wo got to Uowlo and I immediately
took conveyance to
This is a piospeious inland town
supported by n Halving Mimi-griulng
and tho other half fnrinlng eountrv.
Montagiii) contains an elegant stono
com I house good sohool houses neat
ehuiehes HMibslunllalJuil and other
moral luslitutlons The .Ionian Utilise
is an excellent hotel and tlieio mo a
great number of substantial biiuliuw
linns and ono ntut saloon kept by
Mr. Helow a very pltiiaiit gentluiaii.
The citlens of Montague vied 'With
each other In showing mo courteous
attentions their object being to
pay u compliment to the woiks of tlio
btook Journal Publishing Company.
Col. W. J. Spmks was perfectly wil-
ling to neglect ids own business to
help mo with mini) and to lilm may
bo credited n.ost oflbo fiueeess which
my reiiium snow i nto njot Mr. .1.
0. Hryant of Miy prospuftnw Uini of
lltiroIcL & Hryitni and Mr. 0. C.
Hunirlll whom every one knows as a
lolly courteous and piosperous eattle-
Capt. W. A. Morris tho land agent
i luuuu i uua pieasaut gentleman
and any one can hci) that ho Is anon
terjulsing busluchs man by lefenlng
to his card in the .Vioi'ic .Iouunai..
Mr. Stuens of tlio law linn
ot .Stevens Matlock & Her-
bert bus at hiht retuined from
an extended tilp to visit some of his
western lands. Ho Is considerably
I had tho pleasuro of meeting Mr.
and Mis. Holt both of whom are
iieWHluiper men and together thoy
mo making a spicy sheet of tho JKras
Aunhwat) which IspubllHlicd at Mon-
tague. 1 went hook lo
whore 1 am now looking over the Im-
provements going on in this prosper-
ous town. A lingo two-story school-
hoiifo link just been completed here
and an excellent school is being con-
ducted in It.
Mr. K.O. Idttlo has sold out his
fttouk or drugs built a splendid now
bouse and opened up another slock of
Mason & Bon still handle huge
stoelts of goods They have Just i!c-
oopled tho ugeney lor MoConnlck's
niucliinery and tuo now ready to sun-
iIy the hurrouudlng country with tlio
.latest liupiovod machines of overv de-
scilptlon. Tho Malnor House contin-
ues to bo the leading hotel of tlio place
iiiid-hut wiy m.. jmcH H gol (0
tnUoiiio b riling thin tiftotnoon. lie
lias splendid guns a good setter and
It Is wild tmail are nunieiou. 1 do
not bellovo In tho wholesale slaughter
of thesoblids however and J do not
Intend that wo shall kill moro than
wo wish to niako use of. 1 think it Is
really slnrul to kill moro oftheso beau-
tlftil birds than you wish to cat. I
havo hist engaged Mrs. Smith of tho
hotel to have cooked for mo six and
In consideration of her services I am
in iiiruisn some uilrty or forty for tlio
supper table. In addition to this
tlio biids. Wo killed time and u
good setter dog. Tlio dog wu tho val-
ued property of Mr. Jones There's
some coufOlatlou about that fact:
"(unll for supper'" Not much Mary
Ann! I'm all broke up. 1 believe
however J killed the dog. At least t
shut both oyes and flred In the direc-
tion of where the dog was "setting"
ueov.v of birds. WhonT'got up and
nulled my dislocated shoulder
Into place the dog oh where was ho?
A few tufts of hair and the tips of his
curs scattered on tlio ground inspired
fears that ho might have Hiillcred.
Jones said something about a man be
ing a condemned tool lor putting a
quart of buck shot and a handful of
powder Into a gun where he was kill-
ing birds. Ills criticism however
camo too Into lo bo of service. If he'd
mentioned the matter before tho gun
was loaded the result might havo
been dlllcrunt Mr. Green went with
us hunting. An expert prospector
might be able to locate n lead mine
somewhere under his pants. 1 believe
tnotign n surgeon is already wonting
one claim. It seems (hat he got in tlio
range of Jones' gun when Jones was
trying to bag a "cotton tail" rabbit.
Time has passed on and I am im-
I could tell you moro of these railroad
towns but our "grips" are packed
our blankets are in tho lincus our
gnus in good shape our cartridge belts
mo illled and "Josh" Coulsou and L
will leave Wbdilta Kails hi an hour for
the far oil' Panhandle and perhaps
penetrate iew ..Mexico aim justwiien
OVEIl TJ.IK CONTINENT.
Four Thousand Milea Traveled
Ohcok by Two Araorican Boys.
Tho Uniquo ITorvc Thai is Gonerated
in tho Climate of California
you will hear from
evtictiy say but I
mo ntraln J can't
shall wrllo every
.V Slilc I'rlMiiuir KkvIwiI Iiy Klectrlclty-
JiicIkiih'IiI Atfnlnil it Itiillioiul I'lro
Milxhietl IliihlncKS ol(;.
Co rcMioiHlcnrc of tlioOazelio.
Albany. Match iff. Two or three
days ago it was reported to the sheriff"
mat Join uodgerseoniined in jail was
dying whereupon thclieiitriiasteiicd
to the jail and found Tom prostrate on
the lloor sullerlng appaientlv with a
severe lit. J)rs. Hiicll and Haird
promptly ariived and pronounced tlio
ease not very serious and sent for their
ekctiic bitteiies which they applied
toioin wllli n stiong cuncutlroin lo
tin lit I iillln.:MlutuJY IIU ULUPCII IIIS Hilt
cons gro.ina and utteicd siirleks and
yells Instead that would havo put a
Thomas-cat to shauio and shmitled to
tho doctors that no further ticalnient
of the kind was necessary. Ho imme-
diately iceovcrod from tho olleels of
ids (it and since tuid up to this
wilting is enjoying the best of health.
In O. Monis in the county court
iccoveied a iudgiiiont against tho
Texas Central Hallway Company for
S071.0;! damage to beef- cattle shipped
ttoni this iilacc. l'iaintlfr leinitted
:?ll!).!):ioi;said judgment. J. L. Klsher
county judge being absent J). H.
Meyer Ksq. a. piominunt young at-
torney of tills nlaee. wiih elected sneelnl
judge and piesldcd over the court in n
manner in give general b.ilislaction
and cteditablv to himself.
About 1 o'clock last night lire
was discovered on I he giound
floor of the jail. Tho Hie bad been
going long enough to be making con-
siderable hoad-w.iy and owing to heat
and sniOKo was dltlloult to manage.
Hut the cool and courageous
dhcetion or Bheilfl' Blmpsoii and
by the pionipt assistance of our citi-
zutiBlholho was conliolled without
G. .1. Shields is erecting a good
two-story building on tlio north nldo
of tho siiuaie the lower story for
saloon and bllllaid toom and the up-
per one for nubile hull. Hesldeiiees
u abundance aiogoiiTg up on all sides
business good and the town booming
Tho Albany comet baud give
a grand benellt ball Friday night.
IMof. D. MoMullon tlio blind
phrenologist is in town examining and
exputlatlng upon tho dlllbient bumps
ll' iMIlt ll.xlll.. IT.. I .11 . .. it l
win mini ne ions us munv inniL's
Two reinatkablo adventurers ar-
rived from California at tho West Phil-
adelphia depot of the Pennsylvania
railroad yesterday. Thoy wore boys
need sixteen and fourteen yens re
spectively. Their singular appearance
as they trotted news Chestnut street
in the direction of a cheap rcslaiiiant
attracted the attention of tho w'tltcr.
Tho taller boy Wore a vlforlcss cap a
blue shirt many sfres to largo for iihn
and a pair of army breeches which
under the hoisting powers of a single
suspender tnt bias. There was an ex-
prcssion of keen intelligence in ids
jiico ami ins largo oiaeu eyes sparKicu
like beads. Ills companion had on a
sort of cover-all or ulster Ihat In Its
original condition was an nrmy
blanket. This with a badly tattered
slouch hat a pair of brogatis and n
gray flannel shirt made up his cos-
tume. After thoy had sat down to heaping
plates of pork and beans and fo.uulug
mugs oi codec a rallioad man who fol-
lowed them aerohs the street bidd ad-
miringly to tho waller as ho pointed
to tho boys: "Hew them? Well thev
aro the two smartest boy in America.
They have lust slipped In fiom Pan
KnincNco; they didn't have anything
but nerve when thev started ami their
capital has grown you bet. They are
hustleis fiom way back and It won't
be long until the people of this town
will know that they havearrhed."
Tho Times reporter abandoned the
brakemun to bis ecstasy and went In-
side lo stiikoiip tin acquaintance with
tlio "hustleis." 'Alio tnsk was not a
dlllieult one tho boys being about as
iwidy lo talk as to eat. Naturally
enough thoy were ptotid of their un-
piecedcntul achievement and they
related their experiences between
biles with Hsufllelent gusto.( "There
was ten of us when wo started from
the bay (shwlg for Sau Frauelsco) but
except nieand Jimmy Hie rust of us
was spilled out on Hie way from Jteno
unicago. jimmy and me his
name is Jim .Shaw and mine is Hob
Kliiott we started for New York and
Unit's where w c're going to get before
wc stop. We'll b.tve to make some
dust bote Hist dough; wonder where
we cm get an outfit?"
"What kind of an outfit?"
"A box and hoine blushes to
blacken don't you sabco?" said Hob.
"Mebbo his nibs will stake us.
Sliilco him" whispered Jim.
"WUTINU" '10 Till: UASTW'AW).
"Will you bo-s?" Imiuiicd Hob
eagoily as he "sized up" the icpoitcr.
Tlio wiitor said he might if I hey
would tell htm tho tiulh about their
overland trip "on cheek." They
closed with the bargain at once and
pushing awuy t lie empty dishes. Hob
settled down to his storv: "Husiness
kind o' played out In 'Kiseo" lie be-
gan. "Kvoiybody wnsgoin' Hast and
on Kearney and Montgomery and
Ctdlforny streets it was HlccBunday till
tho time. Jim and me used to havo a
bhckiu' saloon with barber chairs
In it wo did but first Halston
died then tlio Comstock lodo went
up and Consolidated Vlrglny went to
nolhln' all tho miners and money
men began to skip out for Coloiadn!
ami leceipisiou oii'bo wo could hardly
buy bhickln1. Tlion Ave thought ll
wits lime to shako l ho camp. Ten of
us started and thcto was not eleven
wuuaiH m me crown it wasanlcnio
Air Jones will net bans b
use two score ofhbils. nml
kigged I intend
when all thesonio
uiiu wosiiall cot ii n in. It'u v... iri.i
of Mr. Jones to ttiko mo out hunting
this way and I shall not forget him.
ys(wow-citlbiidlii and I don't
feel so well ntybelf. Jn fuel 1 dictate
this whitaniinthur follow wiites. The
ther follow did'ntgo with us Hiding
I don't know what I've ever done to
Ir. Jones that ho should havo taken
mo oil on btieh it tiamp. I'll remember
hlii) though. My tlmo will coiuo
some day. Why wo walked thirty
nlito miles nud I etiniti near niksinir
Uio tiidn iiHd from the way my
Jihoulders feel 1 think 1 must havo
pointed tho wrong uud of the gun at
ilDOtit Dili selves and Himut flilru". i.
eidedly unpleasant buteiuinently "ke-
lect." Health good. Grass glowing finely.
Nice uilns and tho htoekmen mid
furmets wear btnlles on their faces
pleasant to behold.
The Gazkiti: is still rapidly glow-
ing in tuvor out here judging from the
many Intuililes inado for It at (he poht-
olllcij and tlio soleijt ami elegant ly po-
etical leniarks iidilresied to the post-
master fur htH wlirul iRgligence If lie
don't always havo it.
A New llntertnlanienl.
Tho latest invention in tho lino of
oiitcrtniiiineiits is that known as the
"Celestial Party." Tho floor of tho
hall i.r vestry which Is lo bo the scene
of tho festivities Is maiked ofl'into oi-
bits and numei ous young ladles hand-
homely and fancllully dieted to iep-
uvout tho planets such as Coie Hy-
geia Astraea Vesta Ailudno Kom
mid 'lerpslehnic lovolvo and uitate
through these oi bits around a young
nian dieted In llanic-eoloied liabllf-lneittstoiejuci-ent
the sun wbodis-
courses to his satellites lu poetry and
prose. Smith College has tlio honor
ol having oi Ighuited this Uniquo style
ot entertainment which takes place
when tho young ladies cejebrato hav-
ing finished Ibo study of astronomy.
A Spiritualistic Trick.
the genulno article u llcrv band
was seen waving overhead In tlio dark-
ness lushing fiom end to end of the
tooinwitti ittcrodlblo swiftness now
high now low. and occasionally smlt.
lug people on tho check with tlio cold
clunnny contact of a corpse. In suite
of the medium's stiingent Injunctions
that no ono should move tigentleiuan
elutehcd this awful iippatltlon m It
swept past him and tcgardless of pro.
testations and threats refused to lot it
go until the lights wore turned on.
1 hen tho messenger from tho other
world piDved to bo nothing moro sit.
pernatunil than a dirty whlto kid
teuV!wl wh PHploiU8 and
Mil IWl with wet tow. This at tho
end. of a thin lino was suspended
from a Ilshlngrod eonvenlotit for tho
pocket. Tims tho medium could eaiuo
all manner of titipalling "nianifcsta-
tlons" without raising from his chair.
ISltUlTIONP SOHVM l'lJIl'l.lS HHKtl
JiATisstaic but indicators of Impure
blood. Acker's HJood JCllxir is the
leniedy Sold by C. V. Harmdall.
a-gottin up to Saeianiento. We did
thu boat for that but stiflerln' iMoses
what a hick tbeio was when thoy
found out the whole of us. Thoy
didn't como on to us in a bunch you
can Dot on that. Wo snlit tii mid
us for about
they Kent rlahton lliidln'
tnieo nours and then the captulu said
he'd bo d tl If he wouldn't let us
rldo on our gall. That's the way we
wtib n-rldln' and it didn't hurt our
fcclltt's a bit.
liKA VIVO SACI'.AM UNTO
"They didn't get mashed on us in
Racr.nnonlo and alter wo bad 'sash-
ayetr around lor an hour or two the
chief of police gave us llvo hours to
get out of town. Wo tool: tho Hist
Height train cut. Mo and Jimmy got
on tho bumpers and tho ict of the
follows hung on to tho brake beams
under tho cms. You'd ought to seen
them when they got Into iiono. They
looked llko u Castor massaoro.tlie sand
gravel had cut up their faces so. Four
of tliem had enough and thoy went
upto Vliglnla City; four more drop-
ped out at Whuioinuccn and started
back but wo tumbled to a nickel there
that was as good as a.'sleoper.' Wasn't
it Jimmy ?''
Jimmy s.dd It was and Hob pro-
ceeded : "A young follow that was
t ravelin' emigrant East gave us the
point. Tho emigrant mo hauled by
tlio freight trains and thev change
conductors about every " hundred
miles at tho end of tho height dh is.
Ions. TobeiUthem all you've- got to
do is to get ahead of the train one
water station beyond tho beginning of
tho division. Thou the snap is to hop
on tho train borrow a conductors
cheek from an cmlifnnir. siinir if
your hat and tide to tho end of tho dl-
yMoii. If you can't borrow one steal
It and iop?at as often us you strike a
now division and you'll get there.
Eh Jimmy ?"
"T should smile" ?ald Jimmy as
ho kicked back his chair and lose from
"That's tho way wo did It plum
through to Chicago" added Bob as
tho pair walked toward tho door.
"1 hen wo watered ealtlo for drovers
on tho train to Pittsburg and tho cat-
UV V.10". !.5Cl"Ut for m t( i'ldladolphla.
We'll strike New York in a day or
two and then we'll take In Wall street
and bunt up our friend Jim Kcene
"So long yuhg fellow."
Tho woman who has got in i new
parlor carpet during tho winter lb the
first to open thohouse-oleanlng season
and from the length of tlmo that car-
pet Is always left hanging out ot doors
one might think it had not been un un-
let! years. l
Catarrh cured health mid sweet
breath scoured by Shtloh's Catarrh
Homody. Price CO cents. Nasal in.
lector free Sold by L.N. Hrunswlg.
Heavy rains arc reported in almoat
nil portions of the state.
A pony In Sherman has been going
to school for nineteen years.
Tho election for mayor and alder-
men of Abilene occurs on April 10.
Tlio Caldwell Jlcyisicr wants a now
Jail erected In that county right away.
A spirited fight between dogs and
wolves occurred In Httrlcson county
Hriimmcrs from Bnn Frmclsco arc
soliciting trade from different portions
A lawyer and a witness bad a light
in tho eottrthousoat JeH'eison and tiie
lawyer cut tho witness severely.
The jailor at Clobtirno went through
tho prisoners in his chargo a few days
ago and found quite nn assortment of
saws flics etc.
Aldermen In Dallas are evidently
regarded as capitalists. One of them
was assaulted a few days since for re-
fusing to loan a man a quarter.
A grass widow ran off with n man
mid wont to Tyler whore they put up
as man and wife. Next morning tlio
man decamped with all tho woman's
H. C. Yntes near Wealherford pro-
duced from twoiily-flvo swarms of
becsanhioiease of tweilty-flvo swarms
and seventy-itve pounds oi noney to
each hive or .'!760 pounds of honey in
Two Indictments each have been ic-
Ittrnedby the district court at Sweet-
water against A. J. Gilslrai) J. M.
Chambers and W. A. Gray who killed
Ciiefllct and Grilliot. The shcrlfl of
the county brother of Gilstr.ip was
arrested on a charge of neglect of duty
was tried and denied after which ho
resigned his olllce.
rnlirm Minlluni.1 iwwwl if uln1 .wifiTi
delivered anywheio within 150 miles
of Fort Worth at $20 per head ; will
class as follows : 750 cows !75 calves
750 two-year-old siccus and heifers
jci nuc-yuar-nui steers ami Hollers
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U. S MAIL and HACK
To and From Weatherford
Graham and Jaoksboro.
Kun Kvcry l)ny r.xcapt Sunday-
J. J. GAILAUEK Proprlolor.
AG-EBT FOR HALMBAY'S WM
Corner Houston and Socond Streets Fort Worth '
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST STOVE AND HARDWARE ROUSE ff j
car.vcry Description of Job Work douo on Short XotlfP-W
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Few House! Wew PwrnitarolJ
Within a Few Steps of the Union Depot
i?Bor-e ortn; Tesas
CALT. SOLLU cicrk. W.ir. II. ALItID0I5 Proprietor
Tr ill" I'lilnn Dpnot. Hrpp( r;miwifttudootil
iTojfctxa. 2-3CoC3oa.axa. Fi-opriotor
On tiie Jt3ixoxofiii JMtm.
FURNISHED ROOWIS UP STAIRS.
The Table avIII be Supplied with the Be.st tho 31nrlcct
THE BAR CAN BC HAD THE FINEST LIQUORS WINES BEER CIGARS E
C3.33ir ao.-sr .Aixr:o ijxcsi-ect.
Hardware Stews mi Timri
QiiHonswaro ntul Crockery Dinner nud Tea Setts nndH
goods. Holiday gooda in abundance. Bought low and c
for sale at prices that defy competition.
Hfl'jjway Building Houston Street Next Door to Seligmaiiil
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w. 0. Bill
6R0CKHS Ai GOIISH IEBCHI
P'ORT WORTH TEXAS:
T. W. POWEU
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Drugs Medicines Paint
OILS DYE STUFFS WINDOW GLASS ETC
no. 10 HdubTONjSTnEnr
JlSI) lnilATS AT ALL HOUItS.
ATTENTIVE WAITERS AND TABLE SUPPLIED1.
THE BEST THE MARKET AFFfr
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Fort Worth Daily Gazette. (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 87, Ed. 1, Saturday, March 31, 1883, newspaper, March 31, 1883; Fort Worth, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth114465/m1/2/: accessed September 26, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .