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I'UJJMAIIKn v TUB
S&ok Jouriml Publishing Oompauy,
A, M. lrlirnf, "'if- htAiASK,
J'n-ilrtcnt, Vice I'lwMwit.
II. H. tMPiKicx, J ".' Kou'''
CCJ, I. l.OW.VO Jtiumpor.
(ine month. "! fo
HixuiiSuUi - . - - i
Ouo year . ww
THK WSKIU.V OArniTTB
Km utcn rccantly enlarged nild Improved
ftnanowroiitnlnHFil-rr coi.utins or will
luc nmtlcr, mitiJo tin from the vrtaui or tin
diitlywlttlotiii, innkliiff It Ih lctnnd tlnt
rtliwrorlii tliucotinto-Kont to iiherlh.
irn In all piirtHoniiol)Hl(e.lHtntroml( nn
iuIm frco of iwiagd, at U10 tolfortlnIour
Tliri'O month - " ' ..?
HU months w
StiDwrlptton to dally aik! wccUly Urtrlotly In
advance, and nil impcr toiPl whoa thin'
BuhMrllrsOwlrlni-lUDmlilrOM or their tn.
i.norclmnKed will iplensu Hlntp In tlwr
romiiiunlcnilwi IhiUi tho otil mnlniiwml-
Hmlt hy r-aft on I'ort Worth, ihwuiMot
money or?! o rejilntered letlor. If irti
ntJn!rwiiio wo will not ho ron-lula for
Address, UA7.rrn:, Kort Worth, Toxiix,
Hec)rmn conic Mint froo 011 nppllcallort,
Urevicr, Konpilrlul and Long
- . Primer.
200 FONTS OF DISPLAY TIPK
01 TArinn Binu. -
riAR.CIA.TKH MAY HE J I'M).
f AiIdrcM, OA7.m fort Worth.
FOHT WORTH. TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2.
Suxatok Jonjs of Nevada admits
Mint tlicro is mi Itcpubllcnn of sufil
clotifc Htrangth (o secure an olocMoit In
Tt tlio Uopubllovum nro in earnest
about (he necessity of a law to compel n
vofurin in tho civil .crvloe, (hey confess
Tim (jAzntrrn'ri Austin correspon
dent ftiritiMlic-f u graphic dlurlptIon o!
tho ''temporary cnpitiii" Just turned
over l tho blale. 11 w'll he read with
in tfj rent.
' tt. '- ' . i i
MllMnillliSof eilllgf'SS who failed Of
election in November lait, nro looking
around for oft places to full o "iter
(Jir fourth of Mm till nest. foreign
miIsiIoii Bpcin to lie tho most popular.
'I'll 14 poetm Htur geiinl tlolrosstnih
!ti;taltitm m will prcvoiitthe I'arrjrliiK
f ox'ploilri1 tlirouirh tlio inittl Of
Into, can a of ilynnmlto, lemlcd plutoU
mul lllco nrtlolert woro tnlcrn from tho
Tiin leading Dunmorat of Cltieln
ntitl, Ohio, an 1 1 in uorthorn ICcutuckv
kro orKmiir.i'il n company for tlio
fiiibllailidn of a vrt'ukly ili'inoi'ralK'
Journal In Cincinnati to bontylotl the
Tim Jfutlonul He publican I iloyol
iiiK imioli ofiU wiltorlal pivcu to the
nbuiioof Jamius (i, Hi. n.wi;. Mo one
Iuiimtj tho trloUnof the Mtilno Htatcn
miitir ntoro fully than (i:oikih U.
ClOlfHAw, tlio ftlltiH of tho Jtepubh
rim, TjihNow York VWitnif iwyH tho
ntUighty Di'iuocnttH In conurtn am
r-rovoittlng thu nleu Hfpubllonni from
uiu'3iui( any roiorm in mo uivii o.r
vlt'C. 1 1 dooa not May what tho Hopub
I loan liuvo IdHin (IoIiir that olvll arr
vleo milit bo oufonvd by law.
ftnovJin Ci.r,vi;i,AM Um notilud
hid palli to tbo Kiiliurmitorial ninnilon
ntrown rosts, Ho inn wlUrn into
hot water biilwoon tho Tir.iuWrtM
mid tlio Tammanv lyr.inU about tlio
dhlributiou of oiUui-u. llo probably
1mi vurlobrm onoiujh to ronlat tho tldf.
UHOAH Wlt.ni: Wu beaten out of
$1,010 by tlio "bUnko atoororrt," but lu
hvatlhom to tho bank on whloh tho
hbuka worn jrlvon and utoppod pay
wiont. Tho bunko nion did not t the
money. Omojlu has mom hoiwo than
ho liaa been glri'it oritllt tbr.
Aiiout tho only routindera wo
k.ivo now of tho old-tlmo iKirbarlo
rui nro tlio annual ikutmi whloh
nro Indulged in by tho MvxIoauhhiuI
nn oowulonul performance by John Xto
ill.l.ouon or Sai.vxm or tho "Iliad
lnio'r." Tho lattur arc lnstruotlko and
Phiwliiflf, but tho former ur brutal and
TjfHitn ovo nearly tiuos
tliotiHiuid penilonew on tho
voady, and a .pianor of a inlUlon moro
npiillcant. They Intro coot tho eouit.
try about two thousand mUllon dollara
alrwnly, and tiro about two hundred
millions In nrrenns, Tho country
would viulOT5rudKo a fvnt of the
iiHiuifylltVffiltnwbonvluoeil that it
imd'becn htmSiiy tJSpciuhHU
Mt. Molin:ntw, (ho olerltof tho
pro-miit ltouso of yprv'jvfiuitlvo, Iiua
proparedtho mil for tho next house.
priyonti the (oilowlng
.J !-- ---- rvilll' illlll
3UI.FJ U(cpublU'uu5i ill), 'Un-eni-Ktekur
ii, TniionomioiitH r nmi
-KiMitjiistora 0, tho Doumeratlo imdori
v "v sjKS'po.jii,inoturoYv
auolivj eauiieii by tho doathU Ui'ii
JfKAFK, of Ohio, OiiTM.of ladlnna and
jtfjnitoSf 6f l")iilhlaiiit, one will Ijc llllod
by n Dpinocriit hhI two by Hepubll
cniiH, without chttnKlnr. tlio Deino
cratlo iiinjnrlry. Tlio clerk hiw
placed Cinrf. (lALMinia' iiomo on the
roll, thus funking Maxmno coii
tehlant Tile liitlept'itdontrt, u clawed
by tlmt omuT, fire PiNNiniTV of J UK
nolfij LVMVN of MiieiHohiinctta;
CifAMrun3of MidilHslppi; Youitnof
Not th Carolina, and Ociim.thki: oi
TcTiw. The Grefiibackcrsnro C. i.am
itv WnM.nn of Town, mid Huown o.
t?onii4lvanla. Tlio hIx Itctidjualcro
aro front "Vlrghtfn
An'Afltfl in TonuKBrfeHJ nro junt now
in an Interesting and tinpllcattt'il con
dition. ThoJ.'Wl legialaturo nettled the
ntnto debt at Ixty centu on tho dollar
ylth ,1, !, fi nnil 0 ,.pr tent intortst.
Otider that nut, about lUtcon inllllon
dolliini of bonds ltavo been funded.
opposed to tho settlement inado by lln
predjpeeor, belnij t-lceted on n plat
form which advocated a Hutt lenient al
fifty cents on tlio dollar, with
II per cent intercut. Tho state
treasurer, taking the J nut olecllon n.s
nn iudteatioit of tho will of tho people,
and orobably thinking It n capital
Bchemo for being kept in ollico, Hayri
ho Hliall refuso to pay tho January lu
to re.it on tho now bonds, notwith
standing tlio fapt tint money hua been
nppropriaU'd fdr (tint ptirjwMe. Tho
trcanurer wm eleoted by tho lrglala
turo which eH'coteii tho(ttlemcutnud
hilt for hits pronounced tato credit
viowrt would Jiavo iloubtliiis been
defeated. Tbo actiwi of tbo
logiilnturc, wltlch will convene in
Nswhvillc in n tow days, in regard to
tills iiueitiun, in looked forA'ard to
with tuidliiiitied Interest, not only by
tlio pwiplool that fituto, mil all orer
thecountiy. Tlio profouudcat htrttc--ineii
doui not venture an opinion :u to
liow llto debt qurtttiun will bo dually
Cienentl lioiniitT Tuumiis, unco a
very pidmliieut character lu tho poll
tii of tlio country, sud who hns not
beui noteil sinco tho war lor tacitur
nity and reticence, and whujo utlt.l
nncoi have not been calculated to
"bridge th blomly cliiuui" in pulilio
feeling Iiuh been iutorviowod mid given
Lxpritilou to hUxlowa and oplnlmiH
regarding tho political nltuiitlon of thn
country in u moro than usually mod
erate manner. Alluding to tho prci-
iect ol Duiuovratlo Muueew in lii-vi, ho
sy "tho Mltuution is decidedly
audjdclmw, the jwlitlcal oveutrtof tht
hint autumn premigo inttoli good to tho
country. Tho wealth and lntulligence
ot tltla country luuhtoontroi It. J)om
agogucrt mid cheap politician:! HU
llourlHli for awhile at tho vxpcmio or
tho people, but tln,lr reign ly, (r nece.i
Hlty, Hhort-livud. helf-lnlercst gov
ern tho woild. Unite elf-iiitoreat
mill tight and tho two naturally
gohand la hand and then you may
expwttho gretortt jmhUiIo innterial
prtHierty, guided by the ttouudont
polltlcil philuhOphy. Thirt idea IIiiiIh
lllobtratlon in the recent election;.
Tlio policy and management
of the Uopubllean prty
had ( grown no monhtioutdy cor
rupt and iiiituifo tlmt tho bettor element
of tho party detennlnod to rebuke tho
party maimgora, which they did nio-it
cmiiliatieally at tho polls at thewtato
eletloiH. The action ot Independent
ItopublUuno In the Into elections was
tho rntidiiit exhlmtioti oi jiatrlotlHiii
over muiio by a party In thhuountry.
it w;w nuwt encouraging, imd win go
fartojitrenthen belief in tho powor
and ability of tlio people to govern
tula gro.it nailon."
'Tho ohiuictfi aro decidedly good
for a Osmooratlo succession. Far bet
ter than thoy have been nt any time
Mince tbo war, Hut, In any events
whether the iioxti protddeut bo Demo
cratic or Hupubllean ho will be a man
of liberal and prflgrmalvo vlown. The
rtignaall around tho polltlcil horixon
Itidteato victory for the peoplefar tho
pvoplu aguiiitft tho demagogues and
iiONtw.' TIU U a pnjnwslvo era,
Wo aro keeping Mop with the most
advanced of tho age."
lie dtkrf not regard tho breach in the
Uopubllcau paity tu Irreparable, but
It iudleutea on fuel very clearly
'that n purification of party metliwu
must take pl.teo or tho party will go
down at art early day, Tha difficulty
with both the gr-nt jartleH in tlio
country 1 that they fall utterly to
keep the promise mid pledge wa
tu the pmpie. lMatfornw go for naught.
Tho platform adopted by either party
aro aoinelluiert bound enough, but tho
Uvea of tho oanuidateu pl.teeii mMin
them tlatly contnullet every principle
declared tltervtn. Thin do p.irties be
gin dlioiie.itli and coutinuo to. Thu
eoplo are lu-cimltig re.itIo.-a under
thuiio deceitful praotlce. They de
mand and will bavcaehanire. Or..t..r
Mimiertty mut iihivalL" 'Plirt i...,.i.
it. i 7 '- fv ir-wiiiJ
THE STATE 1'ltESS.
Uht Roma or thr IMpcr lime toSf, ami
ran Antonio Jia wakened up to the
r.tft tii.nt irnmlillin; U wirrled cutooi
ojieuly in u city of such pretention
i(nd u'u ellbrt h being nmdo to throw
moro restrictions around the evil
'practice. Tho Jlrpms cays:
The preponderance of pub"c tenli
mentlH now ngiiintt tho eubtoint nlid
Vraetlces tlmt n few ywtrs ago made
"lttl AlHOniO IHIRICIIVO HI II iii:
clnwof ptople, whoso prcHcnco was
courted, mid what wiw (lien intended
with at least homo degree of coin-
ii nnce. In now revolt nn; 10 lilO ueu-
ornl feentlrucnt. of tlio people.
Andtho general hontlmont Is what
all should defer to and
public oentlment is the only in
strumentality Hurt, can correct the
According to tlio Statesman the "Ha
looutitlo" of Austin liuinn eyo t tlio
main cliance. That paper wtya :
Thannlonn men know what tliey
weroabotit when they metamorphosed
tho caul oi section 'of Congress avenue.
Tlio Dallas Times eecmi to liavo
dcdpnndcd of D.illu.'ft.'nterirriHg which
wn to build nn opera liouHe nnd pavo
tlioHlrectH and with moisture in its
eye, add on the enil of its noae It
Wo sadly lay the corpse's of tho now
opera house and the bols d'uro pave
ment side by side.
Meanwhile the work on the Fort
Worth Opera House goes bravely on,
and arrangements aro woll-nlgh
oerfetted for paving tlio treeU.
Tho Fannin County Advocate pre-
ajntrt h readera with a creditublo bix
Ijgo C'lirlHtmas edition, containing an
elaborato review of tho business and
Industries oi the entire county. It
s.t a, truthfully, tlmt:
Fannin county (named from tho
martyr of Goliad i is oiw of tlio w ealthi
est. must populous and productive
counties In thu broad state of 'i'exai.
Us DUO bquaro miles of tnrltory mi
4)rUc every grade of foil from light
Bandy to black waxy ; with n smaller
proportion of really poor land than al
most any other eijual area it tho
The lireuham Banner usually very
accurate falls into u very common er
ror that Iho legislature can revise tlio
hoinorftend laws of Toxin. It viys :
Among tlio many tilings requiring
thu attention of tho legislature ii a re
vision" of the honieitiiad law, which is
now used by unscrupulous men to
cover up their property.
Tho homestead law is part of the
legislation enacted by the constitu
Tho Ilrcnlmm JJunncr lias a good
word to speak for "Der Drummer."
The commercial traveler it a much
abuced individual, but ho lias become
no thoroughly identified with the
wlioliyalo and jobbing bnsinchrt that it
will be many years bofoio his service
aro dispensed with.
Tho same paper gives the "six
shooter" tho following notica :
Tho over ready and apparently
ubiquitous revolver 1ms been tiulte
busy for past week and an unusual!
number of intentional and accidental
shootings have taken place. It Is about
time that popular opinion wis takinJ
the revolver, better known nf
Don't Buy until you have Examined t
CHARLES H. FRY'S
IV3AX ELSER'S OLD STAlD, HOUSTON STREfci
, - .-.3ii. i u,,.
Hot a Doad To;vn by any Means.
tTaaltli nnil I'opnlntlnii nnil Some
it seat on
The Banner host entered upon if
elslith year, and is a credit to the towi
of Urenlmm. 1 1 is n spriglitly, uowtfir
paper, ably mid intelligently edited. I
Tho Laerto echo gives its opinion hs
to how a paper should bo edited, pjc
ferclng, it tcenix, jirecept to exarnilc.
It says : I
When an editor allows overy pjifra
graiili he writes to bear tho imprest ol
ins own pen-ouality: or allows hlsof.vn
leenngs to fitriKie itself upon his nlul
eiswiiun writttiL' upon a subject In
which they may bo diilerently infer
ested. lie torgets tho obleets for u Wmii
.i newspaper Mtould labor, namely: the
dlswmiutnntiou of news and tlio re
fioctlon of tlio vIowh of tha ncinle-
ivlltll I nli.i. - . . . I
Ilntliwis'Uuom- Shi'cp Dytnc from NrMcct
Cd'.UMAN. Dl'PPtnlwr 'Kt lsV
riilubeluv' Christmas week our town
is lively and business splendid. Our
luerchautH, with oue accord, nuite in
saying that the last throe week. imve
been the busiest Hint Coleman has ever
experienced, and tlio nrosiKvlstuothat
thu "Itiuim" will ,m,l..i
Hpcelai:Crrepondnceof th Onott.
VKATJii:itroitu, Dec. 31, 182.
Your correspondent Is most iiLreen
bly di?uppolnted in the general nj
peaninco and busluCHH make-up of
this charming little village Ho imd
heard that Weathcrford wits a "dead
town" nnd altogether mot undesira
ble as u place to live a, and unpromis
ing us a place for business.
lie finds tlio facts just tho reverse.
Wcatherrord is not dead, but a living,
thriving, prosperous, beautiful town
ono of tho prettiest and most inviting
lu Texas, fairly built up and enjoying
a trade that assures lta permanent
prosperity and gradual incrcabo in
population and wealth. Nestled here
among tho picturesque hills, it has
neat buildings', clean streets,
linndsome residences, good water
mid plenty of fuol. Tlio
corporate limits of Weathcrford are
somewhat circumscribed, being a
squaro of l.liOO yards. The taxable
property within thc-e limits is returned
tills year at $750,000, while the sub
urban property, which is properly
couutcw in as city property, i9 esti
mated at about the game amount, thus
making a total valuation of $l,fiQ0,000.
The population, including the stib
uronn inhabitants, is estimated by the
city officers and others equally well
informed, at a minimum of .1,000.
Judging from a birds-eye view of the
city, taken Irom Oyster Heights, (n
lofty peak, formed of ocean shells,
overlooking the city,) the wiitcr
doubts not tho estimate is rather be
low than above the mink.
There are about one hundred and
tlrty business liout-es in the city in
cluding shops and offices three fiour
ing mills, two grist mills, three cotton
gins, two national banks, four hotels,
to-wit: The Carson ifc LowW House,
ono of the best in North Texas, and
very far superior in cleanliness, neat
ness, service and accommodations to
anything in Fort Worth; the Sykcs,
tho Weathcrford and the MeFall.
There are nine churches, and the peo
ple attend them, several private
schools, a female academy mid tho
Wcitlierfurd free graded school.
Tho latter is conducted in tho
Majonle Institute a large, hnndi-onie
brick structure that accommodates 000
pupils, which is about the number of
legiateietl white children. A school
tax of J per cent, is iovitd and ap
plied aa in othur elites that have taken
charge of their own educational ailUlrs.
Tlio other publi" buildings consist of a
beautiful new court house nnd a com
modious lull, both blltlt of tifnUimn
h-ock of variegated colors, Thp taxa
ble values or the county are given in
nt$a,irl,S04, which is believed to be
less than one-half tho actual value.
ihe.ie Is ono jifcwsnaper here
tho Times, conducted by Mr. Smytho.
Your correspondent has met many
of the lending citizens of Weathcrford
and is pleased to refer to them n In.
( telllgent, courteous ami companion
able gentlemen. They have, without
exception, given your fcnreseniatlvo
a generous greeting, and spoken well
ol tho Qazkitk. The Hon. 8, W. T.
rmnhani, congressman-elect irom the
Eleventh District, resides hero, and it
was a source of infinite pleasure to
your correspondent to find in him a
native of his own heath, n gentleman
of tho highest social ami hospitable
qualities, rcmarkablo intelligence and
powers of intellect equal to the exalted
Million to which nn appreciative people
has elevated him. IIo is a gentleman
lu every i-enso of that term, gifted with
high manhood, and will make his
mark in the councils of tlio nation.
"Selr-mado," albeit, lie Is moro in tho
follHtaturoof a bright and glorious
manhood, and his past, H but an earnest
of a useful nnd ouccuuful future.
Abislfish view of it : Sometimes what
appears to bo a, very wicked wMi may
im, 0l)h to h0 "tirely proper and
Kind. Of a certain man who had lust
died a sweet-ten iperod Christian iielgh
bnr said, Kolomnly: "John f?tatk ie
dead, and I do hope with all my heart
i VIEW .t0" we,, " of Mr. Van
ticrb It's dashes will express tlio local
ity. I ho minister was shocked. "And
what could ho havo douo to vou'Mio
tlio "boom" will continue. if ,C?V'. VL?.1 XP indulge In a hone of
"Bkl'lu' "'ii was ino reply, "my
A irftutt ititiiilwiM At' ..I. ...v.. . .t
n all , rYs r t., .v. .' -V1' V" u. 1P w hosed on
j .. -t . t .,.,. . ..-. """ it'iimr -imam aim ....... .. ,
l .-.,. apvruii. lint iM. iiiii'iti- rr-i i 1
i SWf-ffii i?!!u?!',n
my Ioto for my
out or a Hook oi 400, has lost 'JCi Tht
rilllittll li.iltur l,i .Km u...ll.t t
....,.....,, JIW, wuiiuiiiuu vfiien i ,,f ..,,,. 1,1, ,,i i.. , ------ -.b...i,i.hiuu
To look at tho i:mllMS VarlS,
Adams & Wes
Cooking and H
VOll KMAL.Ii annua l
R.-0H1 $8.50 to'
H. T. HAVEffl
FORT WORT3, T)j
ourner woainorTora and Sm
W. A. HTJFFM.
i Largest Ski of
Hiol t3b.e Ststo
. .f .
u rr-s.s.t",h; -i
herder, nothing better could be
r-"- . - u ...: .'"..-".- ". l-niiii
uur cattle and sheen men ...m ",? .'."iai"uo w llo place abovo men-
. -.tiiiiti-ii i iiiirav iiniiiiitiii . .. . .. ..i. . .
rests? tn i.rrr... i ::r ""."" fc .mu'
Bips anfl Carriages of Eyerri
LADIES' PHOTONS, STANDING TOP,
Surrey Wagon3, Three-Spring Wagons, Platform Wagons. Coa
Wagons, Four-Spring Mountain Wagons,
Grocery Delivery Wagons.
. CONCORD BUGGIES
run aTUUiL MM, LIVERY MEN, A SPECIALTT,
Has everylhing in the; Buggy Hue Tops, Poles,
Cushions, Etc., Etc. !
nnii J.t w.TJ;r ,w,1uoooh lor tn moiioy In th. world -nml tor cattttosn nn
THE FORT WORTH f
iwsr Jew, JP Jmm Jp
STAPLE MB FA10Y ffiOCEll
Tobacco st3ac5. Oisars,
California Fruits and Canned Goods.
smash the whola tiling in a little '
while, and I thought that perhaps if
lift Mtiu nmm 1.. .. . i .
&S.l7Yi ""' . i,,v
"TuiQi.iiriMiiigait tho hand of po
litical le.ulers ami legislation upon
Hiibjcow of vital Importance, to the
Tlno uro sound sentiments, and
Will fiud an echo In v hourt ol every
WWot ill 10 laud. Mr. 'AtoMls
iillgbt huVodoho much towardi as
suaging (he luvtUlo feelings between
tho North and rtouth. it ho bad ni
rteiutp,iutuagoytri ago, l.
stem! of "dimuTluy tlio linion," ahd
U.1..IOC ugui, aner (iu tight w oyer.
tTHKeiiiug to tueirowu Interests" lu
Tiewot uio many pniirlo tires they
nave collected oW ttml will ofi'er It iw
a reward for tho urtcat and conviction
or any pemim or iwrsons bottlug fire
to the nndric
Coleman City Lodge, No. S53, I. o.
O.K. otectwl tlio tollowtng ofiicera
last Tuesday night, who will be in
stalled on January "ml: Jolin F.
Oordon, N. G.: A. S. lt.wl v. n .
Charles L. Govan, recording secretary
lu I. Collins, permiusentsecretary; 11.
b. Hose, tresisuroT. L. K. Collins was
electwl do legulo to the grand lodge.
1 he lodge is inn flourishing condition,
and Is oonstcntly niorca..Ing In nipm'
Mr. I. W. Smith, late of Marshall,
will open up with a fine stock of drugs
and atationery about January l.'jtn.
toletintu ha not up to tills time,
enjoyed a eomitltiun lu this line, .Mr.
MnithUan uuicrprising and worthy
young man, and Is bound to succeed
Our county Is rapidly increa-sljur lu
IHiputatUm. Many corning to tills
towu have to go ou, on account of not
being able to get houses to llvo In.
Go U Keller's for your wagons, bnir
glea aud other reldclca. 10-i-tf
icitoy tiietimoyou and I
parxion, pawon-,' .hion.
jet I beg
nre at last forced to concede legislation
which may prove somewhat olieotiYo
u tlio reform of tlio civil sen-ice, but
.VnttWf .e,lru,,n thc Mil which
asjustpa.wl ke tenato will never
bo cnrorml, if it becomes u law. as
uf BT"iVo:,n " the White
llou-e. It will bon pruetiil dead let
ter under KetmbHean r.,i.. ir,,V i
Demon at Is elated lj 14 u, , !
Z"Um.th will be, tlien tho
ZVi u,i ini f"y wm boclnm
arous Air tho rigid enforcement of tlio
nr'ti, Tmt !? H1?CUarUit;tPrl8"0Ittlind
of tho Republican party, so it la in no
manner limct.lt toVoreVeo the cour2
...v., TO!k iu pursue in thl
tremity.-,Vr, Louh Jtepublica,"
Merchants Exchange ffestau
John Hoffmann, Prop'r.
Houston Street, ISText to I-ublic Sqw
3Fc2rt "Wortti, Texas.
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BEST BKM1)S 1VEIES, LKJU0HS AiYJJ 4
SALOON m BUILD8NC.
hat did you pay for it?
Only two dollars m,d one-half.
Have they got any mora?
cs, Htaek8 of them.1
W:ll, I'll get one myself. 12-15-t;
R. P. TACKAJBE
Manufacturer of, Wholesale and Retail Doaler in
MAUFACTORES TnE WORLD-RENOWNED '!
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