Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 18, 1890 Page: 2 of 4
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The Texas Journal of Education
1H IlLISlIKD EVERY THURSDAY 1IY
J. N. ROGERS & COMPANY.
MISS ALICEMfilOGERS, j Edilors
Entered at the Post-Office at Jacksboro, Texas,
as second-das* mall matter.
Business Office on Northeast Corner of Public
Square, Jacksboro, Texas.
Subscription Rates: Single Copy, One Year,
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the same of the Tost-Office to which the paper
has been sent must be given ns well as the new
_Rc.rai‘<'a®h ,by will 1)0 sent out as soon as possi-
Baak Check at our risk, otherwise at the risk 1
The ticket is gaining each dayj Wonder where that fellow isj
as the candidates show their hoii- who signed himself “ Democrat ”
est faces to the people of the j in the Sentinel ? He forgot which
county. May the good work go side he was on. Compared the
on until all the independents come convention Democrats with the
back and sup with ns again. followers of Cook, and the sore-
heads to those of Hogg. You
. , are the ones who have kicked out
is improving with each number of the harnes8 a “ little ” like the ,
*“« it is now an excel lent journal ; Oook Dm|ocrat8 , yo|,
for teachers, and no teacher can .. . , , ,
well afford to be without it, if they
are the independents in this mat-
ter, and we abide the decision of
your name on the label make a success in their profession. the’ Democratic party, both state
The premium list, with the name and county and expect to vote the
of the superintendent of each de- ticket from Hogg down to consta-
partment, for the Jack County
fair will be found in this issue of
the Gazette. The catalogues
df the sender
J. S. Hogg.
For Lieutenant-Governor :
George B. Pendleton.
C. A. Culberson.
John D. McCall.
W. B. Wortham.
For Land Commissioner:
W. L. McGanghey.
For Supt. Pub. Instruction:
H. C. Pritchett.
For State Senator:
A. M. Carter.
For Congress, Eleventh District:
S. W. T. Lanliam.
For Representative 41st District:
C. W. Martin.
For County Judge:
George L. Shipman.
For County Attorney:
George F. Daugherty.
For Sheriff and Tax Collector:
H. M. Hoskins.
For District and County Clerk:
T. N. Brown.
For County Treasurer:
R. F. Owens.
For Assessor of Taxes:
Granville M. Jiukins.
For County Surveyor:
W. R. Sikes.
For Co. Supt. rub. Instruction :
T. B. King.
Remember the meeting at the
court house Saturday evening.
What did it cost Jack county
to settle withex-Treasurer Garvin?
We wonder if Mr. Thomas ever
iuforms his rural friends that he is
opposed to any man being allowed
to vote who is not educated ? Or
havehis views undergone a change
since he advocated the above on
the streets of Jacksboro ?
ble—if constables are nominated.
The only difference is we are Dem-
ocrats enough to take the whole
dose and you only take part of it.
Come, “ Democrat” don’t you
think you were a little off ? Come
on and join/the Democratic party
right and take the whole pill, it
will be good for your soul, stop
that pinching off a little at the
time and taking it, but go the
Who is it that Makes Crook-
The Sentinel, of September the
Uth, comes out in a lengthy arti-
e’e in defense of
We give Jones’ own language,
The importance of purifying the blooAean-
not be overestimated, for without pure blood
you cannot enjoy good health.
At this season nearly every one needs a
good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich
the blood, and we ask you to try Hood’s
Pecilliai' Sarsaparilla. It strengthens
rCGUIlai and builds up the system,
creates an appetite, and tones the digestion,
while it eradicates disease. The peculiar
combination, proportion, and preparation
of the vegetable remedies used give to
Hood's Sarsaparilla pecul-Iteolf
iar curative powers. No * O IlScIT
other medicine has such a record of wonderful
cures. If you have made up your mind to
buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to
take any other instead. It is a Peculiar
Medicine, and is worthy your confidence.
Hood’s Sarsaparilla is sold by all druggists.
Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
We understand that Mr. Thom-
as claims that he is endorsed by
the teachers of Jack county. Will
lie be kind enough to give us the
names of three teachers in Jack
county who endorse him as candi-
date for county superintendent ? ,
_• » _ the 4tli
The Gazette acknowledges the
receipt of an invitation to attend
the Concho Valley Fair, at San
Angelo, Texas, November G to
12th, 1890; also the catalogue and
premium list, which shows that
the people of the far-famed Con- n<d> and a^so m Bie issue of the pendent Democrats! eh?
A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
Dry Goods and Qotions
NOW IN STOCK AND IN TRANSIT, ALWAYS
REPRESENTED AND ALWAYS AT
REASONABLE PRICES AT
■■IeASTIN & KNOX’S,
JACKSBORO, TEXAS. '
We Make a Specialty of
AND GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS)
And expect a full share of the trade in this line if -a full
and well selected stock of honest goods at a small profit
will secure it. We will compare Goods, Grades, Quality
and prices with Weatherford and other railroad townsT^^*
Also a full stock of Gfoeerbs
eho country are interested in the Sept., is ihe following:
Who Are They ? v
Jlldge Jones. ; Correspondence of the Gazette.
own language, Who are the Democrats in Jack
Sentinel of September county, opposing a convention?
How many men who adhere close-
Rlsewhere ip this paper appears j to the fundamental principles Read that Clothing claUSC OQUin.
a notice to all persons holdingjn- of the party oppose a convention ? , ~ r- ■» p r> „ r j xi/ * r ,7 , .
ry scrip of the county to present Why do the so-called independent aTICl tt C aV LOdCl OJ DaVOQd WlPC US CrlCap aS thC ChCapCSt.
3.:: We are here to make you the Lowest Prices cm Goods
In that same issue of the Senti- county convention means. Inde-
pendent of what ?
: - ill
w w VM. WViM
and give you the Highest Market Price for your Gottorn.
improvement and development of
their already famous portion of
the Lone Star State.
In the Dallas Mercury of Sep-
tember 4th, 1890, is the following
resolution which was adopted by
the recent State Alliance:
“ All jury scrip registered be-
fore the 14th of this month is now
at par and will be paid la cash as
soon as presented at the Treasur-
er’s office. R. F. Owens.”
practicing the principles of De- The Democratic Party Knows
, . mocracy of course, then yon are What it is Doing.
“indent of the px-iaciples of democracy
Democracy. Well I understand jg local self government, and to
now—then how can you be inde- that tenet Jack county should be
pendent of its principles and still anchored.—[Sentinel,
be a Democrat ? Where is your And ehe is- The Democratic
consistency ? Well I-I voted the executive committee met and au-
state ticket, but I could not swal- thorized the chairman to call a
low Cleveland on account of his convention for that purpose. The
in the Sentinel and a few others are
deuce did you vote for? Well, I seeking to make the impression
voted for Streeter. Yes, good tllat the masses of the party were
Treasurer Owens says he did
not authorize the statement made
in September, that all scrip reg-
Your committee would further istered to “the 14th of this month ’
recommend and state that the would be paid,
genius of our order interdicts par- Jones says “ to all persons hold-
tisan politics, and that no one who ing scrip.„ The Sentinel of Sept. silver Volic*- Wel1 wbo
be elected as a delegate to the ^th and iGh makes Owens say,
State Alliance; and would farther “all jury scrip registered before „em ^ dl(f c„ml)elled to place a ticket in the
advise the membership m our the 14th of this month.” When U1U Jou 1 1 ,
state to refrain from having parti- iury gCriD wag presented te<ds- alw®y8 vote the ticket in the con' held because the committee made
san politicians to address them on 7 ‘ i . « f h Tr7s gressional and senatorial districts ? the call. He. knows better, and
Alliance occasions. Gwens saidk tJere * n Well most always, I believe I did so does every one who read the
How does the above resolution , *uunn„i,*i,ore;amnn(1T vote for Stump Ashby once. Gazette during the last campaign,
accord with Jack County AUi- ‘ V ■ ® „ .f Here are your independent Dem- or who earnestly thought outlie
3 ___«in______ llu" 111 iuc ixeasuix to pa\ regis- . .. . . __n____i____ ~:0
ocrats three times out of
Weatherford is to ha\e anew ance ? Does Jack County Alliance uuiai
weekly paper to be known as the geild a9 legates, farmers who ^red senp to ^o.O.G. which brings independent’
Weatherford Courier. ' a,e not candigdate8; to the State payment to September !6th it was independent.
not there when Jones anti Bradley
five. cab aud are unbiased by the mis-
Be- representations of others. The
Don’t fail to attend the meeting Alliance f
house to elect dele-
cause I can’t get “ no pie ” in the
made their statements in the Sen- De“°cratic W&S and I came out
as an independent Democrat, and
I will get all the votes of the par-
ties which advocate anything.to
down Democracy. Then you
at the court nouse io eieui ueie- ilie Gazette acknowledges an tiuel of the 4th of September,
gatesto the business men s con- ilivitati0n to attend the ninth an- We leave Jones and his man
vention at Fort Worth. uual meeting of Yhe Vinita Fair Friday, of the Sentinel, to recon-
The Gazette acknowledges an association, to be held at Vinita, ciie their misrepresentations, and
invitation to attend the dedica- Ind. Ter. September 24, 23, 20. the people to judge who it is that
tion of the beautiful new "building 1890, are the days fixed by the as- are making misleading statements,
of the Sam Houston Normal on sociation for holding its meeting,
the 23rd inst. Tlie management reports great
i success to have attended the fair
and this year will outstrip all of its Gentlemen ••
predecessors. $3500 have
For the Twentieth Senatorial
Democrats, work for the suc-
cess of the ticket. November is
call was for the Democratic party
to meet in the several voting pre-
cincts to select delegates to meet
and “nominate a Democrat for
each county office for which in
their wisdom they may see fit.”
make a “thing” out of yourself They had the thing-in their own
and lay aside your Democratic hands. It they saw fit they
principles for the sake of an office. mi«bt liave instructed the dele-
Wheu you vote against the Dem- §ates to nominate none if in their
ocratic party in the county with wisdom they thought best. But
whom di you vote ? Don’t you the3r met in their several precincts
vote with a combination of par- atld there was no opposition offer-
Yes, an examination of the min- Don. J
ntes of the commissioners’ court
Is tliat good uP0h this occasion.
drawing near, and the greater ef- appropriated for premiums ^A having been nominated by the ties for the purpose of defeating ed any where so far as heard from,
fort we make, the larger our ma- faatnrfl nf psnopi-il intor»nt in* rePresentatives of the Republican Democracy ? Then you are voting to nominating; many of the pre-
jority will be then. } m ‘ J party of this district as a candi- against the principles you claim cincts came instructed for men for
B Maves principal Chief t*a*e ^or ^be State Senate, I take to love. If there is anv principle office on the ticket. Some
ciierniJ vatinn a th58 of layiug my elaims be' of Democracy in voting the state were instructed as to some and left
a, . ^ . .. . . .. candidate for re-election who lms fore Being actively engaged ticket, why would not the same as to others. Some were left free
will show that the conrt had to ______ A a i 8 in business, and not a politician, apply in theebunty? Voting the free to do as they thought best en-
it is not possible forme to meet county ticket means organizing tirely. The people know they were
you iu person as I should like to ike party at. home, and such or- ^ree ’n *be matter, and the igno:
William O’Brien and party are do- ganization will better enable it to rance of the Sentinel is only feign-
K. M. VanZaudt, president of to visit the United States in Oc- I have been a resident of this fight the great national battle in ed' knew that they had the
the Fort Worth chamber of com- tober. It is stated that their tour (Jack) county for over twenty 1892. Those opposed to hotoe or- ef^os^oT^Ls^Xo^ere^op-
merce has called a meeting of the will be the most importafit Amer- years, and have been identified ganization of the Democratic par- posed either submitted because
members to consider matters con- ican campaign tindertaken in the with its growth, its interests, and ty must have some excuse for they were Democrats and willing
needed with the work on the Al- cause of Irish patriotism since the it® material prosperity during all their opposition and as they can’t to abide the voice of the ma-
visit of Mr. IVn.elL They have |hat timey-all I have, or am, is cry short notice this time, the cry S^t^refcsed* to ao^n and
received strict instructions to here, and it is unnecessary to say is the Executive Committee di$ not thereby become subject to the de-
bate no dealings whatever with that jour interests and mine are let the people decide the question cision of the majority. They are
the physical force party and to jg- identical. With national politics, for themselves. Haven’t the Dem- not accustomed to having tickets
pay $15 to find where $35 of the consented to deliver an address
school fund was.
All are interested in the devel-
opment of Jack coupiy. Then let
*11 attend the meeting next Satur-
day evening to elect delegates to
the convention to be held at Fort
Worth the 24th inst.
Would it not be funny if Jack
eounty iu November next, rolls
up 300 majority? JVell, she will
e or repudiate at all tiems and this office which I seek, has noth- ocrats throughout the countv had
nil /v/krtndl/VMri. 4l,/v ...’ - 1 A. J 5II O’ TrlloforOT* f A I./ia 4/v . . . . .
nor a ........ .......... ...........
on all occasions the violent and whatever to do, but it has to
aggressive spirits who have dis- do* witb tbe vital interests of our
graced Irish patriotism by their great strtte. I am in favor of laws
preaching of dynamite and mur- regulating the traffic of the rail
der. Their chief aim will be to roads in the state but I believe
accomplish the formation of a the legislature is entirely eompe-
this matter under consideration
for the last two years? The peo-
ple were hot in the dark iu regard
to tbe matter, the Democrats al-
ways expressed themselves iu fa-
vor of a convention, then why do
do it if the Democrats will work moderate Irish party in the Unit- tent to dea* witb tb5s question, vou try to make it appear that
together. Let us all work for the ed States quite distinct from the without creating a separate tribu- they knew nothing of it.’ The Ex-
before them and wanted to be left
under no obligation, yet, many of
these will vote it, others being
free to make choice, and having
success of our ticket.
Wester began to stir the jury
scrip question at Newport. The
u speculators” have received the
each for their scrip, and now the
blatant and socialistic set which nak chief end of which would
has generally gotten the upper be t0 provide three or more very
hand in Irish matters. fat offices, and a host of subordi-
n-i ------ mite ones for the dominant party
,T,hf ^ eatherford correspondent of the state, without anv cones-
ecutive Committeemen were unan-
imously in favor of holding a con-
vention. Why ? Simply fronAthe
fact that the Democrats of their
respective precincts favored one.
Who ate the Democrats then not
satisfied ? Why the ones who nev-
er expected to participate in
are ^mng to get theirs, ^ Fo,t(|> Qf the Mineral WelljJand I am in favor of such disposition
... ** Northwestern railroad “he learned of the school funds as will pro-
R. 320 acres of land, that made andin thorough repair it will be ex- less than six consecutive intended to remain out and join
the railroad .interested in Fort tended to the Northwest, possibly mouths iu each year. witlr those wishing to defeat De-
Worth, and consequently Fort "p the+rich Brazos valley, and oc- I am in favor of such changes mocracy for the sake of an office.
Worth became a railroad center. cupy the ,ne territory that our iu the road laws, as will make it The ueonle of Tack countv a™
con*d do 2he same and pos.ib.e havi Ue,o„t SS’JZ
Jacksboro has more natural ad van- ']8 ba) ® tr*ed 80 ,on£ and bard
tages than Fort Worth to offer a !° do* which has resulted in noth- roabH 'n state, a condition heads, and will set down on them
ing bnt failure so far as they are impossible under the present sys- ju November for not having the
——--------- concerned.” If the business men tern of “ working the roads ” a few courage to come out and tell
’htered^.f^th'l8 “ilZ? aud owner8 of real e9tate would day8 in each Jear. which side they are on. Men may
he please state how ? Sever- ^orm ® company and secure sev- Hnally, I fa\ or snch legislation stay on the fence and be success-
candidates failed, like Mr. e,a* bnndred acres of land in and 38 ^ be ^or B«e greatest good of ffi] for a while, but Sooner or later \
. in securing their nomiua- arounj Jacksboro and offer it to ^he whole people— the farmer, tbe they must fall on one side or the
want of votes, but the first raifeoa^ t^at would build capitalist, the merchant, the me- other. Men of sound principles
unlike Mr. Thomas, they had the to Jacksboro thrv miolit int^rw chau,c> and the laborer—exact
5 ^'ght wterest Ju8tice to al] special priv|lege8 to are the ones we need m any gov-
honor and manhood to abide by the railroad
ihe action of the couyention. here.
builders iu coming ^oneT H. McConnell.
Jacksboro, Texas, Sept, 16. J890.
ernment, let it be county, state or
Thousands of dollars worth ot
chickens are destroyed by Cholera
every year. 11 is more fatal to them
than all other diseases combined,
liut the discovery of a liquid remedy
that positively destroys the Microbes
has been made. Half of the young
chickens are killed by Microbes
before they are fryers. A 50-ctnt
bottle is enough for ico chickens.
It is guaranteed. If, after using
two-thirds of a bottle you are not
satisfied with it as a cure for Chol-
era, return it to the druggist from
whom you purchased it, and h% will
refund your money. ,
9° Sold by H. H. McConnell.
some fancy to some parties will
mix their vote. They all know
what they are about and are not
half so green as the Sentinel sup-
poses. Bnt for the satisfaction of
the Sentinel it is fair to say that
the great mass of the party know
all this and went in to nominate
and win, and will be eminently
successful. The Sentinel is al-
ways crying about “primaries”
why do they not try the primary
another rattle ? Why are they de-
pending on trading with those of
whom they would rid themselves.
Methinks the Sentinel is of the
opinion that one experience is
enough in that line for them and
would like for the Democrats to
hold one so that a lot of G. O. Ps.
and U. L. Ps. could offer to vote
and get their company declined
and raise a big kick and get the
disappointed to follow them off.
See ? The Executive Committee
saw and was altogether too smart
to be caught in the trap. So they
called a convention and left the
balance to the wisdom of the peo-
ple whether they nominate or not,
whether one, two, three or all. In
their wisdom the people saw fit
to nominate all, and they display-
ed much more wisdom than the
Sentinel supposes too. Bnt it is
not conventions to which the Sen-
tinel is opposed, it is Democracy,
as the following item which he
copies from the great R. R. com-
panies organ shows. He argues
with anythingthat seeks to disrupt
the Democratic party:
Iu the sweet bye and bye it may
become necessary for a political
party to put up capable and relia-
ble candidates in order to secure
the support even of the members
of the party. It is not necessary
now, the only voter who may con-
trol the parties at all in such mat-
ters is the independent voter, aud
in most states they are but little
influenced by him. In thoroughly
party-ridden states there is no
such thing as individual freedom
or opinion exercised in selecting
officials. They are the product of
the machine.—[Dallas News. In
Sentinel of Uth. \
Because Gook and the railroad
bosses were defeated the News is
squealing, and trying to make the
impression that “ machine “ and
not the Democratic masses nomi-
nated the ticket headed by Hogg
on a platform declaring for a com-
mission and pledging the party to
the same. 'But the News and the
Sentinel seem to think “ no suck
thing as individual freedom ” was
“exercised” iu the selection of
the ticket or in committing the
party to commission. Bnt the
Southern Mercury says the “ peo-
ple ” were there, aud that “ the
only test of a man’s fealty to any
party is his compliance with the
voice of that party as expressed iu
convention. A»d the Democratic
party pledged her voters as much
a sa party can do, to the adoption
of the commission amendment.”
llow does this tally with the teach-
ings of the Sentinel ? * *
Programme for Teachers’ In-
10- 10:30—Election of * officers
and appointment of committees.
schools; A. W. Colclesser. Dis-
11- 11:30—The New Register, its
programme, grades and use; D.
J. Simpson. Discussion.
1:30-2—The first day of school;
T. B. King. Discussion.
J. K. Wester. Discussion.
2:30-3—How to make teaching
strictly professional; D. H. Crea-
The Institute will meet at the
court house promptly »t 10 a. m.
the first Saturday in October,
all the teachers be present
begin the n<
new zeal. 1 ( ■ v ,
T. N. Beowk, day,
reward for any case
that cannot be cured
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