Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 8, 1891 Page: 2 of 4
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THOi. ». 8POBKK,
JSO. R. HOXIE,
D. L. KNOX,
IN THE SENATE.
The Force Bill Killed, and Re-
publican Silver Senators
Helped to Kill It.
Washington, Jan. 5.—The
senate opened at 1:30. The elec-
tion bill was taken up, but
when Mr. George took the floor
to continue his speech a motion
rules and usages, and his opinion
on all subjects has great weight
with his party associates. Every
Texan can feel that in electing Mr.
Browning to the speakership, the
Texas legislature will have main-
tained the dignity of the state and
placed the interests under the
speakers control in safe keeping.
He has gained a reputation that is
even for better or worse. The
Old World seems to have got into
a rut from which neither the res-
ignation of chancellors nor the
spectacular explosions of un-
crowned kings can budge it.
As the winter progresses, signs
become abundant that the times
are hard again in England. It
may only be a temporary result
Transacts a general banking business. Accounts of business men was interposed by Mr. Stewart to state wide, and is regarded as one of last month s financial upheaval,
take up the bill to provide against the most conservative and saf- but is certain that the Christmas
and others solicited. All favors consistent with
conservative banking cheerfully granted.
contraction of the currency, Mr. esl °f our public men.
George yielded the floor to have Recent Financial Crisis.
rrwLIftBLKD KVIBY *HCl»*t>AT BY
J. N. SOGERS k COMPANY.
that motion made and it was car-
| ried. The Republicans who voted
for Mr. Stewart’s motion were;
Jones of Nevada,
stalk abroad at noonday, and hence
a boy is not apt to come in con- j
tact with it with the sun at merid-
ian. Keep your boys off the.„, „
streets or rather safelv sheltered Shoupe’ Stanford, Stewart, Teller,
streets, or rathei sateij sheltered Waghburn and Wolcotl<
Henry Clews in North American Review for
business lias been very good and
people are retrenching in expen-
diture all round. That may only
partially account for the huge fall-
From the foregoing survey it is ing off in the sale of books and in
McConnell ldain that the causes of the late the patronage of the circulating
financial crisis have consisted al- libraries. Mr. Stanley and Mr.
most entirely in an overcreation Parnell between them have filled
Entered at the Port-Offlco at.Inck.boro, Texas,
M eeoand-clatt mall matter.
Bnslness Offlcc on Northeast Comer of rnbllc
Square, .Jieksboro, Toxas.
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Remit cash by Post-Ofllce Money Order ot
Bank Check at our risk, otherwise at the risk
of the tender.
Emma Abbott died at Salt Lake
City, the 7th inst. of pneumonia.
A solution of the race problem
which is now offered to the public
is to send the black man to the
The Weatherford Constitution
has suspended its daily issue after
buffeting the rough waves of
daily journalism for seven months.
Let there be passed unanimous-
ly, a resolution to work for Jacks-
boro arid Jack county during 1891,
and then let each one see to it
that lie keeps hie good resolution.
A disastrous battle is reported
to have occurred near rine Ridge.
And a special from St. Paul re-
ports that General Miles was
killed in a battle with the Indians.
The St. Louis Republic’s Goth-
am Gossiper has made the dis-
covery that ex-Presideut Cleve-
land and Senator Ingalls are cous-
ins. Wonder if they are proud
of each other.
in the home nest, where evil influ- j
cnees never enter to lead astray.” | .
___ was received with indications of
The bureau of American repub-
lics is informed that the finance
minister of Mexico has submitted
to the congress of that republic a
plau for the entire revision of the
monetary laws and coinage. It been thus displaced and the fiuan- $2,000,000,000; that of Great Brit-
provides that the monetary sys-
tem of the republic shall consist
as at present of gold, silver,
copper and brass coins. The frac- adding his free coinage provision,
tions of silver coins of 5,10 and
20 cents. The gold coins- shall
be pieces of $5, $10 and $20. The
lowest sub-division of the dol-
lar shall be 1 cent, represented by was excluded from the mints of
a copper coin of eight grammes in the United States and Europe.
The announcement of the result of new and largely doubtful enter- the papers so full of
prises. These excesses set in al- that the public had no
surprise and disappointment on raost simultaneously in the United other reading, but there is no mis-1
the Republican side of the chain- StateB and Great Britain,and they taking the evidence involved in
ber, but with no corresponding culminated together. Our share the fact that everybody you meet
signs of undue elation on the Dera- in tbe inflation may be approxi- has a dog which he wants to pre-
ocratic. The election bill having mately stated as covering about sent you with.
When the Englishman Las
cial bill taken up iu its stead the j ain about $2,400,000,000; with the j reached that frame of mindin’
bill was read by tbe clerk and i intrinsic merits of the investments which he is willing to give his
Stewart moved to amend it by perhaps preponderating in favor dog away it is clear that things
of the United States, as most of are going wrong. The secret of
He argued in support of the amend- our new railroads have the prom- this sudden and wide-spread irn-
ment, which he said would give ise of ultimately becoming remu- pulse of generosity is of course
new life to silver and place it back nerative, as commerce develops, that the dog-tax shortly becomes
where it had been been before it The violently irregular movements
reflected in the foregoing facts are about $2 per dog.
! a sad comment upon the lack of
judgment among the investors.
Henry Clews iu a review of the
monetary affairs of New York,
thinks business has shown a de-
cided improvement in activity and
confidence on the stock exchange.
He says: “ In fact, it is the only
time since the middle of October
thathas shown anything like the
old-tiine feeling. The causes of
Mr. Sherman said that the sud-
den and unexpected change of
scene and the introduction of a
new tonic of debate should not
allow the revolutionary measure
now proposed jMr. Stewart’s
amendment) to pass without the
serious and sober attention of ev-
ery senator. The fact that there
i had been an unexpected split in
the Republican party would not
It is an annual charge of
of these dimensions should out-
weigh the Briton’s affection for
and equally so upon the willing- his dog is a very eloquent fact.
ness of a class who control large
amounts of capital and enjoy the
So verbose and furious lias the j
warfare been waging around Gen.;
confidence of the public, to misdi- j Booth and his“ Darkest England" 0ns liquid.
rect the national earnings into
unsound and wasteful ventures.
But the more regretable such ex-
periences may be, the more nec-
essary does it become to de-
vise every possible means for
scheme, that the actual distress1
in the poor parts of London have
“4th. A majority of the male
citizens of tho Commonwealth
almost escaped attention, though; voted for and elected thcge ]aw_
in reality it is more acute than : makers, knowing that they favored
usual, owing to the inclement; a law permittiDg the jnd to sell
weather. Iu recent years, through a permit to to the said August
its responsibility if it sup-1 Certain consequences of
this recovery have not been trivial, redev0 the minority of this body i limiting the disaster they entail, mild winters, the unemployed have
*“ ........ ~ . - made a great deal of their wretch-
ed condition, and have forced
their grievances upon the notice | insanity.
‘•5th. All of these men had
nor are they likely to prove en- j from
tirely transient. This immediate;
! ported that measure. He appeal- j inflations are inevitable. The
sSw Bf ! &£ r r : « «*,
® i • i Afl f a IL a f li rxir -f m n TrrkT'TT OOfOPi f /vf* ilin aonemn onrl :
Brauer to furnish Ware and others
with the poisonous liquid, which
they knew produces temporary
later improvement. The future j the chamber agrinst the measure, j ed to the standard of their true very severity of the season and gnilty knowledge of the possibili-
ease in money is likely to be as which he regards as revolutionary earning capacity. That means the absence of work seem to have ty aild eveu probability of the
decided as the past stringency j and dangerous, and the effect of | wholseale liquidation and ^ large j cowed them into silence and se-j criminal results of the ’ several
mis Ucvii* 1 ’ * • ' n * ’ 1 *
The Henrietta Chieftain is en-
gaged in a warfare on the ever
omnipresent town cow, which
makes her living by prowling
around everybody’s premises but
her owners’. If the Chieftain suc-
ceeds in downing the nuisance it
deserves the blue ribbon.
Senator Ingalls is making a
vigorous tight for re-nomination.
While the Alliance men are enthu-
siastically hopeful, President Mc-
Grath is quoted as saying “ every-
thing is possible in politics,”
meaning that it was barely possi-
ble for Senator Ingalls to be elect-
ed,but hardly possible.
Mr. John D. Rockerfeller, of the
Standard Oil Company, all ac-
counts agree, is the richest man
in America. He is nearly twice
as rich as the richest Rothschild,
and il, without much doubt, the
richest man in the world. De-
spite his immense wealth he is trusted that senate would provide
which, if it should become a law, declines in the market value of elusion. One has to go and look
would be more destructive than the scrip 5 which, again, involves j for them where they are suffering
that of any measure than had been
proposed for years.
Mr. Stewart replied to Sherman
and advocated the adoption of
his (Stewart’s) amendment. He
still hard at work increasing his
store just as though he stood in
danger of the sheriff. He gives
yearly of his vast wealth thous-
ands of dollars to his own denom-
ination for church and school pur-
poses, and thousands more for
charitable purposes, and his chil-
dren seem to be following after
the disturbance of loans based in their slums, and the papers,
upon the dubious collaterals, and though hammering away daily at
frequently the failure of banks, the subject, move neither sub-
banker, or promoter who have scriptions on the oue hand nor
committed themslves to the vent- menacing demonstrations on the
ures; and these derangements al- other,
most invariably involve sympa-j
thetic injury to commercial inter- DON’T HANG . SIDNEY
ests, which have no direct con- WARE.
nection with such misdirections -
of enterprise. So much is inevita- j Petition Circulated in Dauphin
County, Pa., for the Par-
don of a Murderer.
for the bill and unlimited coinage
The Democrats qn tho other
side of the capitol were apprised
of what was going on in the senate
and there was a sudden rush of j The disease is radical, and
representatives. The reaction therefore can be cured only by a
from anxiety to victory was a severe process.
, nuuo one daughter was a
pupil in Vassar she used her mon-! pleasant one for the Democrats.
parts enacted. This knowledge
had come to them through a re
production by the public press,
public speakers and the printed
page of the fact that the furnish-
ing as a beverage of said poison-
ous liquid under forms of law
produces yearly in Pennsylvania
many thousand unnatural deaths.
Many of these being murders and
suicides. These facts are taken
from statistics of criminal records,
arc sworn to by public officers and
have been published broadcast for
j “Gth. Your petitionersdesire to
DBXXCrSM- complete stock.
BQ0KS-Only Stock in County.
JliWlSLBY»F«t Line West (MWcr
ey that was given her for her per-
sonal use in educating a poor, but
very worthy girl in the same
Jacksboro enjoyed greater
\ oacKsuoro enjo
bJ bffwwe have onlj
There was considerable hamlshak-!
ing and congratulations, in which
Senator Hoar was conspicuous by1 sas elected ninety-two out of the I
hia absence. The vote this after- 125 members of that body. This
Harrisburg, Pa., Dec__The
following petition against the bang- emlduisize the tact that neither
ing of one Sidnev Ware, who.! Au»llst Brauer who furnished the
The Farmers’ Alliance of Kan- j whUe orazed with d;.ink> murdered Poisonous lklnid to Ware; nor the
The Alliance in Kansas.
T0BA000S“A M of ah
May 4, 1889, is being -ind-cs who ‘sold him the permit
I mwuuctti «-.x uuu.,. vn10 j exteusively circulated for signs- to do so: 110r the legislators who
noon means that the election bill majority gives them full control . .. . . ----J ‘ 1 ” ’
of his senses, went among the
These are startling facts coming __ __________, _________ ____
as they do, from old New we have only 1811611 the first faithful and urged that a motion
land, in the very sha^^W6teP’andperearemaiiymorebe- should be made tomorrow to
old histori^asfe^iWiifflKfore ns 11 ^6 r6ach the de8,red;have tbe silver biU laid aside
native born and g°al—that of making Jacksboro and the election bill resumed^ He
j is dead for all time. It will not j of legislation. They will have ev-
be takgn up again. Senator Hoar, erything their own way. There-
as soon as he bad regained control fore, we may expect the priuci-
j tnres throughout Dauphin couutv. enatded lbe Fa'v : nor the citizens. I1" I 11 Cj F*~f .
j Pennsylvania: * : voted tar ♦!»*,«* u™
\ “ To the Honorable Members of
of old American families, were
summoned from the vicinity of
Amherst College, Massachusetts,
to testify in court. Five of them
could not writ© their names.”
towns of Northwest Texas—-to°do WaS 8°°n coriv‘ueed that the plan j bility that lies upon these Alliance for the murder in the town of 1 principles of common law which
this will require a united effort on was unwise and meant defeat. In legislators is a very grave one. Dykeus, on the 4tb, of May, A. D. is older and more sacred than any
1;he part of all; let us put into ; addition to the Republicans who By their enactments will they be 1S89, of Maurice Miller and Fred- mere statutory enactment.
If they prove extreme, crick Kindler.
This week an Educational De-
partment is one of the interesting
and profitable features that is
offered to the readers of the Ga-
zette. It will be edited by tbe
ablest teachers of the county, and
will be devoted entirely to the in-
terests of the schools and teach-
ers, the best methods of conduct-
ing school Work and the advance-
ment of education among the
messes of the people.
Prof. T, B. King intends doing
all in his power, as county super-
intendent to improve the public
schools of the county, and the
Gazette wishes for him much
In his work, for a larger
of good country schools
fa one of the greatest needs of
the county. It is both expensive
•id inconvenient for families to
he moving and changing every
year to send to school. We hope
that Prof. King, with the assistance
of the teachers and trnstees of
the various districts will be sne-
eeasfal in building up good conn-
The Clarendon Traveler be-
lieves in beginning at the founda-
tion to bnild a character for fnture
—that is begin tho with small boy,
and not wait until he is large. The
advice is good for boys of other
towns, as well as those of Claren-
don, who roam the streets instead
of being at borne preparing les-
■onst for the next day at school.
“In nearly every case
who bring sorrow and dis-
theix parents are those
to run on the
With tbe shade
of night around a boy, comes tbe
opp«tunlty for bad associates
that not tempt him in tbe broad
day, Evil does not
the town the life and energy that is 1 voted with the Democrats today,; judged.
needed in a first-class town. Let there were Senators Cameron, i if their work injures the people,
learned in the°pastand work ?o put JUay and Paddock who could be if they unsettle values, they will
~ • ~ * ---- depended upon to vote with the ! work the greatest possible harm
majority, and should an effort be to the Alliance cause. But if, on
made to resume consideration of j the contrary, they are discreet,
Jacksboro to the front. While it
is larger and wealthier than it was
twelve monthsago,it must be kept
n the procession or it will be
lost in the rapid development and
city building in Northwest Texas.
who voted for them, have been
apprehended, indicted, or tiied j
the Board of Pardon of the though clearly every one of them '
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, was mediate or immediate parti-
“ Your petitioners herein repre- j ceps crimiuie.
‘•We submit 1st. That to hang-
bill laid aside ing object-lesson in the working; convicted and condemned to death j Sidney Ware under all the circum-
of the new laws. The responsi- in the court of Dauphin county stances will be in conflict with the
pies of the Alliance to become |
embodied in the statute books and
the country will find an interest- sent that Siduey Ware has been
GfBTOWM, JACK COUNTY, TEXAS. "
Pure Air, I>nre Water, Good Soeiety.
’tensive library, students prepared for advance! classes of college or university, or
lor busMiep life. Annual session divided into two terms of four and six months; first term
opens September 1st. closes December Wth; Second term opens December 2!Hd and closes
e une z 1st. For farther mformat oa apply to
Principal Gibtown High School, Gibtown, Texas.
“ 2nd. It will be a clear case of
“We respectfully pray for the inequity and a travesty on the
the force bill the vote will be still
stronger, for the reason that now
conservative, just, and show
exact knowledge of the people’s
pardon of said Ware for the fol-
“ 1st. He was violently insane
from drinking a poisonous liquid,
furnished—without cost to him—
by, and in the house of August
Department of Education,
Austin, Texas, Jan. 1,1891.
Treasurer of Jack County ;
Dear Sib : I am advised by j
the State Treasurer that $498.80
can be paid on Coupon No. 5 of !
State Certificate No. 104. You
will fill iu this amount on said
coupon and send it to Hon. Jno.
D. McCall, Comptroller, who will
issue to you or your order a war-
rant for the above amount ou the
H. C. Pritchett,
State Supt. Pub. Instruction.
that the stampede has begun, and j wants, and an intelligent compre- Brauer; whose permit or license
the senators have
boasted civilization of the nine-
“3rd. It will jeopardize the
public weal through the inevitable
retroactive curse that comes soon
or late, to all aggregations of in-
dividuals, practicing tbe injustice
voted once, hension of remedies, they will ad- was not revoked after tho murder, of punishing the insane individual
“2nd. The judge of Dauphin agent iu crime, for the wrong do-
] should profit by tbe experience county had given to the said Au- ing of- which they themselves were
I of tho Grangers twelve years ago. gU8t Brauer for and in considers- clearly the . deliberate aiders and
Of the sixteen measures to which tiou of $150 a permit to furnish abettors.
State have the said Ware and others the “c th
the public for the given their indorsement, some of poison which rendered him insane. Sidney Ware be granted by your
3rd. The legislators of the Com- honorable body unconditional
monwealth enacted the law per- j pardon and immediate liberation
| they will experience less difficulty; vance the cause immensely. They
! in casting their second ballot.
The Texas Speakership.
So far there are but two candi-1 the Alliances of the
speakership of the next legisla- j them savor of demagoguery. One
ture. Hon. J. N. Browning of ! of them calls for a reduction of
?ver be«oro has g. Spring Cultivator \
____ voratiy received by the Farnu
VOXfiVATJSitSK. It L« simple in all its <
possesses points of merit to be found In ivo'
a?MA2U2 can be made wide or na
controls the width of the gangs.
*JTKEE is a neat steel orte, and is «
wit h tho gang3. so that each horei
of tbe work without interfering i
the shovels. The AAKGS are mi
pratpfpo and have the parallel movement nov
The WHEELS are made by us ami tVAHB____
TO GIVE IMlWX, unless by accident. They t._.
emovabieboxes, which when worn, can be replaced at a nominal <
shovels Black or Sandy Land which possess all the adjustments fox
ator. The VOLiSiTEEB has many other points which room here forbids r
don’t have them, we will ship you one to be settled for whei ‘
ke ail kiudB of Kiding- Cm2 tlVRtora and haudle all hinds of Aapri
- ------------ —>«k. - os* Wagonfa Carl*, S*a&©. Write ns for your wants and seu« »w ««
' AAKiilW Sc GRENTJORFF CO. Manufacturers arc State Agerts, DALLAS,1
5 ask for the
f AND TAKE NO OTHER.
Donley county and Editor Milner the salaries of public officials. We mitting the judge to permit the from prison, aud your petitioners
of Henderson county are the gen- question if any public officer in said August Brauer to furnish the will ever pray &c. Signed by ”
tlemen. The struggle will doubt- Kansas, excepting those who are said Ware and others the poison-
less be a determined one, but the | compensated by fees, are paid too -------- -
Traveler hopes not a bitter one. |much- In few States are the fixed
salaries of public servants suffi-
cient as a rule.
Good feeling should prevail aud
the result be accepted by all good
[County school funds oncourt naluredlvand philosophically. Of
house bonds will not be due nn- conrse’ the Traveler favors Mr.
til April 10th, 1891. | Browning. Mr. Browning de-
All the special district tax col- serv68 we11 of the PeoPle of Texas-
lected to January 1, 1891, has
been paid over to the County
There is cash in the treasury to
pay school vouchers No. 1 and 2.]
The Masses in Europe Find
Little to Be Thankful For.
So writes the London corres-
pondent of the St. Louis Republic.
tatiou of Texas in the state leRia- , The entpetors, tings and press-
latnre, has forked hard and effi.! d<,nt8 ,,ave a’1 "T''™1 f°™at
He has ably maintained the repu-
of the ^cw ^ ear culls from the ministers,
marshals and diplomates of their
“Constant improvement” must of Western Texas and the agri-
be the motto of Hood’s Calender, cultural development of this sec-
for every year it seems handsom-1 tion. Firm in his convictions, un-
er than the year before. The! shaken in his devotion to Demo-
issue ’91 represents two boys cratic doctrines, and uuswerving
ciently for the interests
whole state, and has been one of . „ ,
the chief Meade to the settlement I al> la'-a
and a girl playing musical
struments, al! brought out
in beautiful colors. The pad be-
in his fidelity to principle, he has
yet, through his manliness and
courtesy, his high ability and
low is also in colors, with figures strength of character, gained the
clear and plain. Hood’s Calender esteem and friendship of many
is so popular that the edition for
’91 is-5,000,000 copies, or nearly a
million more than ever before.
Ask your druggist for a copy or
send 6 cents for one, 10 cents for
two to C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell,
who entertain different views to!
his own and who are opposed to !
him in politics. He is now one of
the best known and most influen-
tial members of the Texas legisla- j
tnre. Mr. Browning is looked to !
expressed the conventional con-1
viction about the singularly peace-
ful, prosperous and happy condi-
tion of their subjects in particular,
and the world in general. These
subjects,, meanwhile, entertain,
for the most part, a different kind
of conviction, to to-wit, that this
is the coldest winter they ever
heard of, that work is increasing- |
ly scarce and food and fuel de-
pressingly dear, and that the
steady and grinding taxation for
giant standing armies is getting to
be much worse than a war could ■
possibly be. But nobody expects
things to be specially altered when
We offer One Hundred Dollars
reward for any case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by taking
Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props.,
We, the undersigned, have
known F. J. Cheney for the last
15 years, and believe him perfect-
ly honorable in all business trans-
actions, and financially able to
| carry out any obligations made by
West & Truax, wholesale drug-
gists, Toledo, O.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin,
wholesale druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken in-
; ternally, acting directly upon the
| blood and mucous surfaces of the
and fiuiias up tho system, ; system. Testimonials sent free.
Price 75c, per bottle. Sold by
® £3 Fred net low 25 per eei*L It is endorsed by mm the
largest oad most Intelligent Breeders la the Southwest.
Price, 5© Cents per Package#
For eale by all Druggists, ©r seat post-pRid oa reeetpt af prioa,
BASS & BROTHER,
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield,
Strayed or Stolen.
One bay mare, 10 years old,
as authority on parliamentary1 the next new year comes around,
The Importance of purifying the blood can-_
not he 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
Peculiar Sarsal,ariIla’ ^strengthens
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- “p. I+e f
ia, curative powers. No llOOll
other medieiut iias such a recoranf wonderful
cures. If you have made up your mind to ;
buy Hood’s Sarsaparilla do m t be (induced to
take any other instead. It is b Peculiar
Medicine, and is worthy your cofradenee.
Hood’s Sarsaparilla is sold by a It difeggists.
Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co , I. welraTass.
IOO Doaes -
111., makes the statement that she hands high, branded O on left hip
caught cold which settled on her over JY barred out. One yellow
lungs; she was treated for a month !nar6> saP6 b7aad 6 years 14
, f - ’ . . . , . hands high, both mares hnd on
by her family physician, but grew Ieather hfdtei.g< The 5ay m£re had
worse. He told her she was a yearling colt branded O on left
hop el ex* riciini of consumption and hip.- One black mare 6 years old
that no metiicine could cure her. branded (a mallet). Oneyear-
Her druggist suggested Dr. King’s ling colt and a three-year-old filly
New Discovery for Consumption; 1101 branded. One gray_three-
slie bought a bottle and to ber de- year-old stallion branded
light found herself benefited from ai^etSd for the abov?de
first dose. She continued its use horses, or any information
and after taking ten bottles, found I can get them. R. G. ”
herself sound and well, now does 1 tf
her own housework and is as well
as she ever was__Free trial bot-
tles of tliis Great Discovery at II.
II. McConnell’s drug store, large
bottles 50c. aud $1. 2
“ Preston’s Hed-Ake.”
Judge J. H. McLeary, ex-Att’y j
of Texas and Past Grand
Are broken down from overwork or household
cares Brown’s Iron Bitters
rebuilds the system, aids digestion, removes ex- '
eessof and c ures mabiria. Get the genuine
The Jacksboro Gazette and
Fort Worth Gazette both papers
J acksboro Lumber Yard.
J. W. M. Murphy is receiving
lumber every day, and by the
close of this week he will have in
a good stock. Sash, doors, win-
dows, and all kinds of finishing
I lumber iivrt.oe.-k—
\ Town Lots for Sale.
Master of Masons, says: “ It (Hed- j 0ue year $1.75. If taken separate- build\DJ; lotS
j Ake) is the best medicine for/jy the price is $2.50. Hil1’ Terms
headache.” For sale ail druggists, k
Job Work Solicited
I have a few excellent and cl
for sale on
easy. Buy a lot b;
fore the. railroad comes,
tf Thos. D. Spores,
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Rogers, J. N. & Rogers, Alice M. Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 8, 1891, newspaper, January 8, 1891; Jacksboro, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth730304/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gladys Johnson Ritchie Library.