Jacksboro Gazette. (Jacksboro, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 8, 1891 Page: 4 of 4
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Thousands of dollars worth ot
chickens are destroyed by Cholera
- every year. It is more fatal to them
than all other diseases combined.
But 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-ccnt
bottle is enough lor 100 chickens.
It is guaranteed. If, after using
two-thirds of a bottle you are not
satisfied with it as a care for Chol-
era, return it to the druggist from
whom you purchased it, and h ’ will
refund your money.
19*Bold by H. H. McConnell.
: country where nuuardd disease,
1 either in the form of chills and
fever or bilious remittent was par-
ticularly rife, what would be about
the best advice you could give
him ? We will tell you—to carry
along, or procure on arriving, that
potent medicinal safeguard, Hos-
tetter’s Stomach Bitters, known
throughout malaria plagued re-
gions, here and in other countries,
as the surest means of disarming
the miasmatic scourge, and rob-
bing it of its fell destructive influ-
ence. Not only does it fortify
the system by increasing its stam-
ina, bnt overcomes irregularity of
digestion, the liver and the bow-
els, and counteracts the unfavora-
ble effects of over-exertion, bodi-
ly and mental exposure in rough
weather, or occupation too seden-
tary or laborious, loss of appetite
and excessive nervousness. The
functions of alimentation, bilious
secretion and sleep have in it a
most powerful and reliable auxil-
' . Onbr.ty 'npKriiitfiau-iit, Editor
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F. R. -Asrjotf, > Assci-iato Editors.
D. II. CitKimcR, \
All communications for the Ed-
ucational Department should be
addressed to Prof. J. K. Wester,
and should reach him Saturday
The Texas Journal of Education
and Jacksboeo Gazette will be
sent to one address for $1.75.
The Institute was well attended
Superintendent King reports
schools in the county which he
has visited in a very good condi-
Some children attending the J.
C. E. I. get in very late of morn-
ings. Can’t parents see to this
and get them off a little earlier ?
Yonr children will be benefited
if you will.
To core Bllionsncsa, Sick Headache, Consti-
pation, Malaria, Liver Complaints, take
the sale and certain remedy,
Vs* the SH ALL Size (401ittle Keans to the
bottle). THE* AttlS THE MOST CONVENIENT
■allablo tor mU Agon.
Price of either »l«e, age, per Bottle.
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That slight cold of which you
think so little, may lead to serious
trouble with the lungs; Avoid
this result by taking Ayer’s Cher-
ry Pectoral, the best known rem-
edy for colds, coughs, catarrh,
bronchitis, incipient consumption,
and all other throat and lung dis-
I and Whiskey Habit*
I cured at home with*
I out pain. Book of par-
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BOILING WATER OR MILK
The Teachers’ and Patrons’ In-
stitute will meet at Post Oak the
3d Saturday in February. We
hope that the citizens will turn
out en masse, that we may have
a good time educationally.
Miss Alice Poarch of Troy,
Tenu., who is to take Prof. King’s
place in the J. C. E. I. arrived Jast
Friday evening. Miss Poarch
comes highly recommended and
we think that she will give satis-
faction as a teacher.
school. It is the duty of thepar-
'"■* to prohibit the use of it at
home anti assist the teacher at
school. It is the duty of the
children to let it alone.
It is the duty of the teacher to
enconrage the children to attend
Sunday-school and preaching. It
is the duty of parents to see that
they do attend and not to allow
them to play on the streets etc. of
Sundays; and it is the duty of
children to lay aside Sabbath-
breaking and attend Sunday-school
It is the duty of the teacher to
encourage his pupils to keep good
company and to show them the
evil effects of keeping bad com-
pany. It is the duty of parents
to see that their children keep
good company and of the children
to beware of their associations.
If all would adhere to the above
and teachers and parents would
work together in training the young
we would have better society,
better government, better citizens,
fewer violations of the law and
fewer penitentiaries; then let ns
all turn over a new leaf at the be-
ginning of this year and try to do
more for the advancement of edu-
cation and the improvement of
society than we have during the
2:30-3—How to teach morals in
school; F>. F. Canterberry.
3:30-4—Election of officers anil b spent some time in the literary
A Man of Mapy Lives.
Now Ycrii San.
A Kew Yorker who has recent-
Jan. 5th, 1S91.
Mr. T. N. Brown, of Post Oak,
reports his school doing well. He
has been a teacher in Jack coun-
ty for several years and has been
very successful as suchand we
hope the people of Post Oak will
give him a liberal support.
The spring term of the J. 0. E.
I. opened last Monday morning
with over 200 pupils iu attend-
ance. There were 254 pupils en-
rolled in the school during the
fall term—enough new ones in this
week to run the number up to
265, and still they come. Success
to the i. C. E. I.
The county Institute will meet
every two months instead of
monthly and have a two days’
session in place of one. Trustees
should attend these meetings ant
encourage their teachers to attend.
It is likely that the present legis
lature will raise the standard of
teaching in Texas and teachers
should be prepared to meet it.
The County Superintended
informs us that he will not renew
the certificate of teachers who
will not attend the meetings of
the Institute, not that he wants
to force teachers, but he thinks
teachers who do not think enough
of their calling to attend some-
times, are not very progressive,
and should not remain in the pro-
LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY.
•WtftrtMta. At Druggists, or,
AILMENTS Cr HORSES,
Mules, Cattle and Steep.
' .“it Hot« Hkrrew Worn,
-kouldor Rof, Hellov/ |
Lior;i, Crcb Gsid i/oof '
Disease ia Cattle, j
Hcrnlcbcs la liorse* ttiiU
Spratum, V* Iu«l-
Ringbone, Stifl Jointtf, j
TmiiPBCsii find Horencw, j
IMwascd Hoofa, llarnfRo *
mid Saddle Sores nn«l
Gall*, Blotehc*, Skin
XiiimpH. Tien?* of flair. Film
over the Eye.
MUSTANG LINIMENT I
is Matchless I
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k « « «
m-rt. onass, cots, coens,
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The fall term of the J. C. E. I.
closed Dec. 22d, This has been
one of the most successful terms
of the school, enrollment up to
Christmas 254. Pupils from the
country and other counties be-
tween 90 and 100. There would
have been many more from the
country if houses could have been
rented. The prospects for the
spring term which began January
1st, 1891 are very good. Parties
are now trying to make arrange-
ments to get their children in
school. We notice children going
to school very late of mornings,
and teachers say they get to
school from 8 to 11 o’clock. It
is to the interest of children to be
there when school opens and par-
ents should see to this and get
their children off in time. Anoth-
er thing parents should look after
is the use of tobacco and gambling.
If you want your children to be
healthful, robust, and possess a
strong, vigorous and active mind
keep tobacco from them; if you
want the'm to become good, relia-
ble citizens, do not allow them to
learn to gamble.
Duties of Teachers, Patrons
It is the duty of the teacher to
qualify himself to teach and to
give it his time and study. It is
the duty of the parent to send his
child regularly to school and to
pay the teacher for his work not
pay every one else and let the
teacher borrow money to pay his
It is the duty of the child to
attend school, obey his parents
and teacher and study his lessons.
It is the duty of the teacher to
assign the children lessons to pre-
pare of nights.
It is the duty of the parent to
keep his children at home of nights
and see that they study their les-
sons and not allow them to play
about in town at night and perhaps
go hunting and then blame the
teacher because his children hare
not learned anything.
of the children to
stay iifjgpr.at night and prepare
Jack County Teachers’ Institute
convened in the county superin-
tendent’s office, with Prof. T. B.
The regular programme was
passed until after the miscellane-
ous business was transacted.
It was proposed to hold the
meetings of the Institute once
every two months instead of ouee
a month. After a full and free dis-
cussion the institute voted to hold
a two days’ session once every
two months, Friday and Saturday
with session Friday night.
The question of an educational
department in a newspaper was
then brought up and discussed at
some length, after which it was
resolved to use the columns of the
Gazette, Mr. Kogers having ten-
dered its use to the Institute. The
editing of the department also
having been discussed, it was de-
cided that the county superintend-
ent and a committee of three
teachers should compose the edi-
torial staff. J. K. Wester, D. H.
Creagcr and F. E. Aston were
chosen a committee for the next
two months. The committee made
J. K. Wester of Jacksboro chair-
man and requested -that all com-
munications for the paper be sent
him. All teachers were requested
to give frequent reports of their
The programme was^h^j^Rken
up, and the j^kH^PKachers’
Ethics ” wa^P^Sed by D. H
Greager who was followed by
several of the teachers.
It was also decided to continue
the county line Trustees’ am
Patrons’ Institute and the next
one is to be held at Post Oak
the third Saturday in February.
Jnst before adjournment Miss
Loretto 4-ston was elected secre-
Among the teachers present
were Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Brown,
of Post Oak: Miss Eleanor Marks,
Eoland Valley: Miss Julia Mor-
rison, Little Lost Valley; Mrs.
Mary E. Dillard, Willow Point;
Misses Katie Gee, Bessye Gillas-
pie, Alice Poarch, Loretto Aston,
Eva Warden, Jacksboro; MissM.
J. Stevens, Westbrook Springs;
Messrs. T. J. Hadley, S. N.
McDaniel, D. H. Creager, F. E.
Aston, J. K. Wester, D. M. Wilson,
C. E. Wharton, A. B. Kuykendall.
of Jack County Teachers’ Insti-
tute to be held in Jacksboro the
first Friday and Saturday in March.
Friday, 11-11:30—Teachers’ In-
stitutes ; W. G. Mullens.
2- 2:30—The Teachers’ Brother-
hood ; D. J. Simpson.
3- 3:30—Civil Government iu
school; J. K. Wester.
D. H. Creager.
Saturday, 8:30-9—-Primary num-
bers; A. B. Kuykendall.
9:30-10—Primary Heading; Miss
10:30-11—Morals in school; T.
2- 2:30—Professional literature;
D. M. Wilson.
3- 3:30—Miscellaneous business.
Gatli iu the Enquirer.
As ex-Senator Eice of Arkan-
sas lately said to me: “ Texan is
equal in value to all the rest of
the Southern states put together.”
He perhaps referred to her ag-
ricultural resources, but the influ-
ence of Texas is very extensive
in all that former slave region to
the east of it. Texas raises much
of the animals and produce to
feed the rest of the South. It an-
swers on the southern degrees of
latitute for Illinois and the north-
west. The northern portion of
Texas has been greatly settled
from the north, and there would
appear to be less friction than
anywhere in the South. I have
understood that most of the towns
in the South like Galveston, San
Antonio, Dallas, etc., are either
very evenly balanced or inclined
to be Eepubliean. Texas also has
what many of the Southern states
are deficient in—a foreign ingredi-
ent of Germans, who serve a good
purpose to introduce to each oth-
er the ill acquainted sectional
Gen. Garfield, who was more a
pupil than a teacher in affairs,
once called my attention to (he
very agreeableness of the Texas
delegation in congress, and among
the persons he mentioned as an
agreeable, cordial, well-informed
man was Mr. Mills, who is presum-
ed in Washington to be the favor-
ed candidate for speaker of con-
gress. When one of the Texas
delegation, who was of German
birth, passed to his account. Gar-
field made a speech, by request
upon the life of that man. In-
deed, Garfield, almost twenty
years ago, was inclined to take
the path of very low tariff. He
was a favorite of the free traders
in the departments and about the
newspapers, such as Wells and
White, and so was Blaine for a
while in high favor with the free
trade element, who used his resi-
dence upon him, as speaker, to be
circles of London says that there
must be at least 400 biographies
of Mr. Gladstone already in man-
uscript, awaiting the event of liis
death, at which time they will be
ready for publication in book
form. Besides these manuscripts
there are to be found in the pigeon
holes of all the newspaper offices
sketches of the aged statesman’s
life, in readiness for the dispatches
announcing the end of his career
that may be received at any time.
It is said that Mr. Gladstone has
seen some of these biographies
and sketches, and he himself has
prepared memoranda for the use
of some of his biographers.
Does Experience Count?
It does, in every line of busi-
ness, and especailly in compound-
ing and preparing medicines. This
is illustrated in the great, superi-
ority of Hood’s Sarsaparilla over
other preparations, as shown by
the remarkable cures it has ac-
* The head of the firm of C. I.
Hood & Co. is a thoroughly com-
petent'and experienced pharma-
cist, having devoted his whole life
to the study and actual prepara-
tion of medicines. He is also a
member of the Massachusetts and
American Pharmaceutical Associ-
ations, and continues actively de-
voted to supervising the prepara-
tion of and managing the business
connected with Hood’s Sarsapa-
Hence the superiority and pe-
culiar merit of Hood’s Sarsapa-
rilla is built upon the most sub-
stantial foundation. In its prepa-
ration there is represented all the
knowledge which modern re-
search iu medical science has de-
veloped, combined with long ex-
perience, brain-work, and experi-
ment. It is only necessary to
give this medicine a fair trial to
realize its great curative value.
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chairman of the ways and means
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Programme of Trustees’ and
Patrons’ Institute to be
Held at Post Oak the
Third Saturday in
11-11:30—Is teaching a profes-
sion ? T. N. Brown.
Fort Worth Weekly Gazette and
Jacksboro Gazette for a Mar-
velously Small Price.
All subscribers who are in ar-
rears and would avail themselves
of this offer must pay all back
Usual price of the Fort Worth
Weekly Gazette $1.25; usual price
of the Jacksboro Gazette $1.25;
usual price of both papers togeth-
er $2.50, and * now you can get
BOTH PAPERS FOR ONLY $1.78.
The Fort Worth Gazette is of-
fering " the leather bound, new
original Webster’s Dictionary with
its 1530 pages of words and defi-
nitions ” as a premium. To all
club subscribers who want this
dictionary, it will be sent free of
charges to their nearest express
office for $3.00 additional, or $4.75
for the Fort Worth Gazette, Jacks-
boro Gazette and the dictionary.
This edition of the dictionary con-
tains the supplemental matter,
table of Scripture names, Greek
and Latin proper names, pronun-
ciation of modern geographical
uatnee. appendix, and eighty illus-
trations. Address ;
J. N. RouEKSjjjf
Notice by Publication of Final
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
To THE Shf.uuf oh any Coxstaesjs of Jack
Co i Nty—V U EETING :
W. J. iianpy, pufj-dian of the estate of I.onctta
Raney, minor, having tiled in oar County Court
his Final Account of the condition of the' estate
of said T.ouetta Raney together w ith an applica-
tion to he ilfechaTfred from said guardianship.
Yon ore hereby commanded, That by publica-
tion of this Writ for twenty days in a newspaper
regular!y published in the County of Jack von
give due notice to all persons interested irt"the
Account for Final Settlement of said Estate, to
1tle their objection.- thereto, if any they have,
on or before the February term,’lstd,"of said
County Court, commencing and to be holden at
the Court House of said County, in the town of
JaekslK.ro on the first Monday in February A 1).
i!*U, the same being the -2nd" day of saiif mouth
when said Account and Application will be
considered by said Court.
Witness If. !i. Gilliland, Clerk of the County
Court of -Tack County.
Given under my hand and seal of said
Court at my oijee, in the town of Jaeks-
wer—< ltoro. Texas, nils fGtli dav of December
A. J>. IKiK
Ik 1?. Gillilam., Clerk C. C. Jack Co.
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ejQft I*'’! *0 hr Jolai lL
l«ooon in. 1 r*»y,N.» ..at v. «.»k IV r Leader.
v'-n niiiy ni t riuik** ns mtitlq, but we can
T'.Bijtiifkly Iiw ti-cnin from $5 ta
$10 ii i lay .it t lie st;trt. and big re ns yon go
f-n. Bui Ii sexes, ali ages. In unr |i*rt uf
jAuserien, voii cmi c•uuner.ee nt home, giv*
ii:g «»i yonr tiiiuvr sjT»r«* moments oulv to
the work. Ail in i:nv. Great piv tN-llNfer
-real pay si i;
* at onee,
Wonderful Flesh Producer.
Many have gained one pound
per day by its use.
Scott’s Emulsion is not a secret
remedy. It contains the stimulat-
ing properties of the Hypophos-
phites and pure Norwegian Cod
liver Oil, thS" potency of both
being largely increased. It is used
by Physicians all over the world.
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Sold by all Druggists.
aCOTT ABOWNE, Chemists, N.Y.
Mark Is on
__ 9n the world.
^d^fer Ulustrat&l Catalogue. JW*. A. J.TWer, Boaton.
FOR THE CURS OF
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KXI’ESbLSiu middle life,or vicious habits con- ractod In youth,
FeXiTVlABY LOSSES Mil* LAMLY DLL AY to Y
DLfc AGKfctLac* 6t vhn, vigor, and strengih.wtih fonuu! organs
l■rn>c1 ted *t*iwet*H"enc«I prematurely iu apyroarhlug old ngr.
WHEN WE SAY CURE
wt tii' M--ni'l ctsc.ilrcutednudcured in ptut iwciveycars.
in Prof. Farris*
M WI&SsOl.USLE MEETCATEI. PASTURES.
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t ouiwo^KaSa s< *
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ZETTE for $1.75.
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Contains news from all parts of
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We will club it with the Jack*
GAZETTE for $2.00.
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Published at Washington City,
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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/m1/4/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Gladys Johnson Ritchie Library.