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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 18 September 1891

s we i COLORED BAPTISTS THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION NOW IN CONFERENCE proceeding at Ilallua Yesterday A Suit for Dsmzgcs for Defamation of Charieter Gone to Chicago I Ike Fort Worth < 0i alto the Gazette 0tiias Tex Sept IT Col A S Reed cahicr of the Ballingcr national bank was n lie city esterclay and as usual had mi thing good to say for Ballingcr and Runnels countv The colonel in speaking ftip completion of the Tort Worth and Biourando railway to Brovvnvvood said a it was a great convenience to all towns webi of Brovvnvvooii Kearly all the travel juin his section now comes via the new jip at a peat saving of time and many n f of tediojs travel For the post six Eoi h the trade of their merchant has Eniii alb turned in favor of Fort Worth tiir purchasing market He savs 4 u tun the past few months there has or u much demand for Fort Worth e tU3fc while prior to this time our mer tiAjtsscaicely ecr asked for Teias ex gc at all bvi took exchange on S s or Kansas City Our nearness to or...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Gazette
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 18 September 1891

f 8 We give 5 price of e two 1 20 HARRY Watch the 1412 flow is hk Time to Buy rR FRANK GRAY OCULIST onday t off of the alreadj low r of shoes you buy on those JXJST TEiisrK 00 Shoes for 80 SO Shoes for 120 00 Shoes for 1G0 50 Shoes for 200 00 Shoes for 240 00 Shoes for 400 Tlil is no old bankrupt stock of shoes mostly new fall goods just rccened 20 20 but SO MEYER WEARE OPSTOCKED splendid stuckef Surreys Wagons Carriages HEUUCEI IKICES 7N MFC CO Seventh ft and Cass Ae ST LOUIS Rectal ant GcnitoUriiiary Specialist Vtm kit PlblAShS cococodoco CO I yrfti PERRY NORTHRUP THE VELASCO LAND SHARKS Fashionable Dressmaker 2 l We are prepared to dodapgfffaTing in j what the rooms formerlj fipfeo by Miss Long We hare segurViTafirstclass titter and all ofMtsSZbngs help Work done at reason ivle prices and we guarantee it in every re- spect REAGANMcDILL 0pp PostofHce P S We are receiving daily a full line of Fall Millinery SPECIALISTS DocTc McCoyT i J torn without detention froic bnsln e Urethral ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 19 September 1891

M r ON THE MOVE gM 8LMf rifcaSfr irj iMZ ± MiHBaHHHHBHHHHBHHaHHaHHHBMHMMHHiiiH THE FORT WORTH GAZETTE DE3I0CRAT PUBLISHING CO Caravans of Boomers for the Promised Land A WILD RUSH FOR HOMES A Rice War in Progress at Langston a Negro Town Xli Sac and Fox Tribe hay Negroes Khali Nut Settle on the Iamls They HaTe Ceded to the Uiiiteil State Trouble Feared IJquor Peihllers Hard to Catch Spzrlal to the Gazette Ufvison Gkaymis County Tex Sept 1 Deputy United States Marshal Bo tanon passed through the city today with o prisoners whom he captured near Da alter a long and exciting chase i if y were liquor peddlers and have t ti wanted by the officers for i ie tme for selling whisky in the B I T r Whitehead Ilil When lirst located are ttie officers attempted a capture and men escaped after a number of shots v ere exchanged hut without effect The ifli ers again located their prey near Dallas xruiTf they effected a capture This morn a they took the northbound Missouri i sas and Texas passenger ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 19 September 1891

i r jjfr V ft > r > If aSKW m W W f Eagle Pass and Leigh Burleson of San Saba The state wjs represented by Dis- trict Attorney Gillis and A D A Old of Uvalde Hie prisoners counsel mado sev- eral pl6as for delay motions for continu- ance and change of venue all ofwhlch were overruled The selection of a jury was a tedious process seventytwo names yielding only live Jurors tlie other sovon wore however more readily obtained and the trial began TUo prisoner was charged with the murder of Mrs Lavonia Holmes The prosecution produced forty wit- nesses whose examination extended over three days The facts as proved by witnesses iere as follows Mrs William ion a widow with her daughters Mrs Livonia Holmes and Beulah Williamson ud her son Ben Williamson occupied and jwncd a small farm a short distance from the town of San Saba Richard II Duncan aften visited them In January libit ho nought the farm for 400 On or about the 20th of January Duncan and a man named Walter Landers drove up to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 19 September 1891

DREADFUL PSORIASIS Covering Entire Body with White Scales Suffering Fearful Cured by Cuticura My dlease psoriasis first broko nut on my eftchcckspreadinacross my nose and almost cm eriug my face It ran into my eyes and tlio physician was afraid I would lose my eyosight lltogether It spread all over my head and my hair all fell out until I was entirely baldheaded it then broke out on my arms and shoulders until my arms were just one sore It covered my entire bodj my face head andshoulders being the worst The white scab fell con shoul stinth from my head 5T ders and arms the skin would 1 thicken and be red and ery tf 1 itchv and would crack and I CjtZsi bleed if scratched After V JS spending many hundreds of dollars I was pronodnced in curable I heardjoT the Cuti enn v Remedies and after using o bottles of f CTICUR Kl soiVENr I coulipsec a change and after I hwi taken four bottles I was almost cured and riii I bad Usetsli bottlisof Ce- ll uka Kesoi Sfnt one bcS of CracuiiA and rue tak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 19 September 1891

I T H iu J H Earuie IV It Marchntaa Mrs C it llaugh 1 i ilhoua M v > < Shapard A I I FOIIT WOKTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR JffiSbCRM POMSHM COMFAHI Publishers and Proprietors Office Corner Fifth and Husk SlreetJ FORT WORTH SEltas OF SUBSCRIPTION BT KAIL I ADTAKCE rCSTACI AID Daily and Sunday one rear 10 Dally nnd Sunday six months 50 Monday Widsrsdry and i rlday 5W The Sunday Gazette 1G to 24 pages 1 yr w Tte Weekly Gazsite ll2pages one year 1 CO By carrier In the city and luiurbs 25 cents a Keel or II per mentu INSTRUCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give Postofflce Address in full lncludlne County and State If address Is to be changed give old address sr well as new The Gazette will b leit only for the time tor which remittance Is made TOSTAGE Enured at the Postoffce In Fort Worth Ter as SecondCltss Matter For the benefit or our patrons who desire to acad single copies of THE Gazittx through the mall we sire herewith the transient rate o pusligei Foreign nnd Dorrefti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 19 September 1891

i w m mm 0 0 m i v A MASSMEETING Called to Consider Worlds Fair Matters TO START A DEMOCRATIC CLUB Koualnc aiectlnc Held at the Court boue A Medal Offered Th District Cuurt He U Coming Home Other Local News At the Conrtliouw ToXIgltt A the courthouse tonieht the third part v rc pie have a meetintr No one is excluded nd everj ono is invited Who will address tie audience is not yet known but tha eadcrs of the movement in the city say Jhst an exhorter tvill be forthcoming when Le tiiac arrives Hi HoMs the Spoons i ef lladdox has in his possession a- ha vncn brand now silver spoons vhlch re foind and tinied over to him They 4i etenth stolen goods and lh < owner u e irc1 hem by applying to the chief aou t ms a satisfactory description The Iailies llniunne Society lie Lndies humane society which has la < haipe the erection of drinking fonts In ir lioisesof the city K circulating an j < 1 to the humane of the city asking c o i pioius to the cause The listis in lauus of Chief Maddo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 19 September 1891

Or 8 RAILROAD S LOCAL TIME TABUE Arrive fOSp m JT Cein t0 p m JSOa in 103p m PESAS AND PACIFIC TAETBODXD No a dally No 4 dally No 6daily Nc SdallT No lOdally WESTBOUND No 1 dally No 3 dally No 5 dally Chicago via Hani 956 Bt L via Sedalia 717 Hanibal 7U Waxonur 2 3 Venison 84 Pilot Point 31 ilS6am 7dally 4iOp m No 8 dally Travo 7 am B40p m 520a in 3u0p in 1035 am 805 am 4S5p m MISSOURI KANSAS AND TEXAS Arrive uottrniiorrsn e1TJr Tiopm No 2 dally 1 C < oi m No 4 dally 7t u m bouTUBonsa ffpm No 1 dally pm 3dally icOoam TRANSCONTINENTAL ArrVe SOUTHBOUND No32daily H No 34 daily Leave 845 a in 325 am OUTHBOUND re p m No 31 dally i pm No33daily Te aF and Paclllc trains No 5and 6onlystop i Tcxarkana T C Junction Atlanta Jeffer fen Marshall Longview Junction Bi S ndy Mimola Willi Point Terrell Lust Dallas Luiiia > and Kort Worth FORT WORTH AND DENVER Arrive Leave lE0p m No 1 dally No 2 dally 930 am HiWm m No 3 dally No4daily 440pm CrLF COLORADO AND SANTA FE Arrive Jl2f > a m ttMpm ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 19 September 1891

HEAVY DEALINGS More Stocks Sold Than For Ten Years THATS YESTERDAYS RECORD Ihe nulls Ilail the Market ITutil the Last Hour English Financial Nem The Cotton Movement Gold Shipped Commercial Eesaxne Special to the Gazette Sew York Sept IS Money closed at 3i per cent The highest rate was 4 and the lowest 3 hxchango Closed quiet at 54 33 > J 4 M s Suver 97 susrarRaw and refined continues steady with prices unchanged Wheat Options were moderately active ted irregular closing firm J 5 lc higher gpo lots closed firm Wool Steady but trading is quiet spring Texas 1723c Cotton Spot Jots dull middling up- lands ijf Futures closed weak i offee Spot lots quiet Fair Rio cargoes 19 IXiturcs dosed lower Hides Steady Buenos Ayres dry 13t u iv dry Texas 0gTc siocks were active this morning espe riaiV for Heading Atchison Oi tirio and v estcrn Louisville and Nashville North- ern Pacific preferred Nortwestern Hock Isiand and Missouri Pacific The opening prices were strong and to 1 per cent Lfrlier f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 19 September 1891

It N 8 vsr juMJFtrrunEns of IS celebrated Fort worts Well Mlu Maclintry Aad the Day Compression Ice Machine ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK A SPECIALTY MBNT1Q > THE TOUT WOUTII C1ZET1E oflnd u bar iraiiilukuiuo lUiijr RINGING WORDS ione Star Alliance will Not Sub- mit to the FIAT OF CORRUPT LEADERS Rich flare and ltacy Reading Tor Demo- crats An Alliance Which Stands by the Principles of the Order Special to theGazette Wiwsiior0 Wood Couvtt Tex Sept IS At a regular meeting of the Lone Star Alliance No 139J Wood county Tex the following preamble and resolutions wero Introduced and read by Dr A B Duncan and the some were enthusiastically adopted b an overw helming majoritj As desperate efforts are being made to wreck the Fanners Alliance by transform- ing the same into a political machine and whereas many Alliance men are quailing before the influences brought to bear upon them now therefore in the hope that we may bo able to some extent to counteract the evil influences that threaten and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 September 1891

Ki V VK i Worth and the West 0000000003000000000C0000300000000C0300 55 SUCCESSOR TO B O EWAiSTS CO We liavo been greatly encouraged by our great success and have fitted up an establish iwut teuond to none in the South The entire B G Evans Stock has been sold out and 250000 OF C 0CO000DO0CC00CSOOG00C3O0C3O00OC0305C2C0S00OCO333000OCCCCOO 0O0C0C00C00ODQO0O em O3O0COCCCC0C0CZCOOCCCOCOCOSOSCCOCCCCCCOC = COCOCCCOOCCSCCC3CGOOCOCOOOCCOOOSOSCOC Hae been neeiucl Delighted and well pleased ladies are daily rushing to our Mammoth and the thowered dry goods emporium coinplimentb by score are on our selections We can please the rich medium and the No further rmoJ isiPSP poor order goods elsewhere Thirty departments are jammed and pa J ntn new goodh in all qualities Remember we have disposed of dSf wans stock and will show you nothing but choice goods at lowej P ftesT One thousand Rolls To select from Gorgeous array of Axminsters Moquets Velvets Body and Tap- estry Brussels two and threeply Ingrai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 September 1891

Quilts at i i c grades 4v a > Kfe7i JtiHMttim ttJ ty i 4 S < tprW rAVT < JcS5 I J chet 10 SI Culilo Xote There were cuKous and interesting sights c he tower 10day when the grenadiers retunms lrom exile for insubordination landed at the scene of their former adveri U 3 111 London The vicinity waseronded with wives sweethearts and parents sf Hie returning soldiers and the grootings of 1 nigsci ertd relatives and friends were im ill cases demonstrative and in imi > instances pathetic Tho grenadiers Lave been at Portsmouth and Dover most of the time since lauding in England this being the first time they have been per- mitted to reviiit London A hundred ilussiju Hebrew merchants wi li ilieir families who were expelled from It issia on short notice havo arrived u Lonibeiy Austria and owing to tho au trice of any oner accommodations are be- ing louLcd in tho cells of the prisons A rowand improved revolver adopted by tio uruinn army is being turned out iu eat quantities at the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 September 1891

4 > rest OR TOtT CAN I > 0 IT YOURSlXr ovcit tiii cixr Special to tlie Gazette Dallas Tex Sept 10 A few days ago I niud States Deputy Marshal AL T Kerr frvMod Tom Spikes at Dublin on tlio < argc of sending obscene matter through I ue mails On esterrfay Spikes was taken V ore Commissioner lfdnumad examined t the charge Mr Jednum found the jiisoneroter in the sum of S100 for the a ioj of the Federal grand jury Mr J W Webb a prominent jeweler of- t < > s ity died today aftorja short illness y ebb has been identilied vvithjlhufin t rests of Dallas for many years I Maud Shaw a negro woman residing nu oung street on yesterday quarreled with her husband Afterward she took morphine B > d last night died from the effects of the dug Dallas is to have a new German paper the initial number of which is expected to ippear October 4 The new publication will be a semiweekly Mr Hugh Muller will hi managing oditor while Ben Fabian will lie a down the city editors desk COIOUEll 1IA1T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 September 1891

y r FORT WORTH DAILY GAZETTE PUBLISHED EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR DEMOCRAT PUBLISM COHPAM Publishers and Proprietors Office < Ji jL Corner Fifth ana Zw a SlreeS FORT WORTH TEKMS OF SCBSCKIPTION rOSTACt MID ST VAIL IS ADVANCE Dally and Sunday one year ° S six months so Daily end Sunday 5 m I oulay Wedncsdy and Friday The Sunday Gazette 10 to 84 pages 1 yr 2 00 TJe VI eckiy Gazette 18 pages one year I w By iarrlcr in the city and suburbs S2i cents wteli or W per month INST7JBCTIONS TO SUBSCRIBERS Give PosiofSce Address In full Including Countv and State U address Is to be changed give old address as will as nejf The Gazette wlU be sect only lor tho tunc Jo which remittance Is made POSTAGE Entered at the Postofficc In Fort Worth Tex- as SecondClass Matter For the benefit of our patrons who desire to send single copies or The Gazette through tie mall we give herewith the transient rate or- ° S ge geForeign and Eomcstio Per Copy Fight and twelve page paper lcent Blxteea and twenty page pap...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 September 1891

t i < foranyimnaturaldhcharpuask Jyour druggist for a bottle of jBij 1 It cures in a fewdavs J without tho aid or publicity of a 1 doctor flConjioisoncii and lcuarai > ted not tqj tricture vThe Amenun Vntjersal 4 i br KFtf Eraa Ctal CcB JSSNj ciNcfNATiI n s < > Mrntion tho Fort Worth Gazette V e rnd the nnrrelous French E HomeOy CALTilOS f tw and a I lp al suaTamthatUAiTii06illt 5TII1 J > Khiircr t EmI < i > n C17KR tni t rMtt nrleocele und jjjtXnTOCC Left Meor tfst itcnlfgyifsatisf is Jlilrf VQ MOHL CO K ti larlrl 1r = l IrJ tiyttll Metmon tiw ort Worth Gaze ts > ar v2S3l > sr THE OLD DOCTORS LADIES FAVORITE ALIVASSaTLIAHifi oa prf6etli ArE The inifua n ea bv thonaa J of worfin all over too UoWtt States tarttlffSlTJ EOCT S prfrato roaU pfWtloe tor 8 Tp t a < t not jcwsl bid rry JToaev returned t not rerr ientoUS Bl ornti nbali Jor > 5 lcd iv tlcnlaTfc < tr TJ3KRD fc COJUTIri Oth St St lock ow the Cheapest REDUCED PRICE IST alMforZ3fnic Ct wvor4 i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 September 1891

JWW THE BOARD CHOSEN The Railway Employes Club Organizes THa CONSTITUTION AND LAWS ilcli Will Govern the Body Cotton Melt Officials Visit ths City Other Kail road Matter of Interest Generally There was a large and enthusiastic meet- ing of the Kail way Employes club last Stent at which a permanent organization pas effected A board of thirteen directors ras chosen who will elect their SflJcers and the club is no longer I thing of the future it is a living reality llready strong in numbers and will wield a potent influence not only in Fort worth but all over the state Tiic Gazette publishes its articles of asso Esciation in full so that all railroad men can Bee it read it and understand the founda- tion upon which the club rests The meeting was called to order by O O Winter genera suixjrintendent of the Fort Worth and Denver who is temporary chair- man and genial Lou Palmer manipulated the records The committee on rooms reported submit- ting propositions for renting roons both those r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 September 1891

arya5youlOill lOiln titu jujy Mt fPoAkiULsteil y rfHnH atoay vir punf E4 day JISe5So1DCOTTOIEE Many able to enjo food will I > ulorlfiy3 delicacies sucl fpastry pie crust c thehoggy use of swin the sure resulting There vegetal nef fidencv om such SZ Z been un shortened patties er because of incident to the because of spepsia odor from Vie new and we may all tickle our palates with vith ut fear of dyspepsia The properties of Cottolenc are purely hygienic Manufactured only by NK FAIRBANKS CO St Louis Mo F etoffe inydojlsigijments of MORE GOLD COMING England Shipping Back Filthy Lucre the ANOTHER VERY ACTIVE DAY Stocks as Rule Were Strong With Soiiio Good Advances The Outlook for Cotton Tho JIulli Have the iiebt of It Commercial llusuiue Special to the Gazette iw York Sept 19 Money closed eas > vth loans offering at H1 per cent rxrbaiici Closed steady Posted rate v < r 97 bid- s t ar Raw and refined continues i s irv with prices unchanged tuat Options wero fairly active ana In...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 September 1891

y > s y fcv < e ip m uT the cMfcest deliuff < Ics ufjTie Xorthefo yjti Aiirlreir fi l Kitiffand prommat XV > tintV ti to al rustuinJ yfft HfiVlAniclios at all JJ3S53 hours on vhort notlcr IMAM V1I5TS fTfiUion tlie Toit Woith Gazette rjR FRANK CRAY OCULIS ILL H PRICES CO Land and Collectin < 4V > W3t 3 iTit und drink I PATENT J I dont but I attiinoHall EO AK FAIiS ani goirg o BERLINER WEISS BEER JsearCor Ihirdaid Houston Sts Fort Worth Doctor McCoy Rectal and GenitoUrinary SgecjaML SKIt Ficiino and all diseases of the res Ibiuiua tual Wjthout detentionf 1 on business Urethral Strictures XK cuttIn3 or Gonorrhoea Syphilis < organs Office 510 MAIN ST FT WORTH TEX Mention the Toit Woith Gazette D cyl FRANK Mi MULLI S FORT WORf H TPCT eAr noseband th Mention the FoMrV oi lii Siirci DR H F FISHER EYE EAR THROAT Cuirantees sa Anilitl of Land Titles Correspondence solicited MMOlK TEX S Mention thr I ort Wortl dazclle T C CERON DEALER IN R CorTCSiwodencij ATE in lilting G...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 September 1891

v we3FW P m fSS 4 < iinch Boucle Suitings all wool 3 inHi HabitCloth choice fall shades inch Saxony Plaids beautiful effects Minrh twotoned Striped 1aslnnei J 0 McCAHTEY Proideit CHAS S0HEUBER VicePresident K M VaaZandt President CITY NA 0DUCT0RY ifve Corner jsS ffain and Rusk Sts Fort Worth Texas DUNN SON Proprietors CASEY < SWASEY IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALEHS IN S LI Age i w ABS ieuser Lemp and Schlitz Beer FOKJ3s WrOl2TiI TEXAS Mnif oiiniaUnn on all brund < ot Kentucky whiskies from stock here or warehouse in Ken tuoky lurnshed upon application Mention the Fori Worth Gazette IN adiertKing you iiauv teaeh possible cttoiner uot Screly people ltemem ber tWt JWacrertie in Tub GAZirnE i read the purchasing classes by R N HATCHER Pres GEO R BOWMAN Sec JN0 F MOORE VP S G M T A TI0BALL Treas THE MOORE IRON WORKS Fort Wortli City Office TM Main street AVorks threejtggiaMliffiTamile west of city limits on Texas and Sviflc Railroad ManufactMaJWaOli Hbnt s Railings Ventilators Sa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Gazette — 20 September 1891

At 10 4 S a t i n i AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT 1 P STEELE EDITOR PtrflLrsHERs Notice Ml communications Intended lor this department should be addressed 0 Prof J P fetelle Fort Worth Tex BTE rOR IIOGOIVG BOWX Some of our readers may not well under- stand what is meant by a crop to be liygged down but the expression Is one Very common in some of the leadinic hog produclng regions further North It means crop sown to be fed upon at maturity by turning in the hogs and allowing them to cat it down It is a plan becoming murh In ogue of late and Mr John M Jamison a prominent hoggrower of an upjier state fcays there is no crop tetter for this purpose than rye lie ha3 heard it asserted that rye is not a valuable crop to hoc down and that it is a dangerous crop for tl o purposo on account of the beards that y stick in a hogs throat often causin Ho knows full well that there a > just gro unds for any such notion There may bo conditions in which rye might not be the very best crop known to hog d...

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