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ICA.ILKOAD TIME TABLE.
All TralM Jcnve Union Depot,
Tl'XAI-ASn IMOtKIO K It.
MAII,AWt Kt'HI'--i:Afr- It'fU.Nli
Arrive..... - - . iOi.n
Leaves,,..... 1:15 tun
Arrives.,,.-,... . - - Iifcl0p.3i
leaven,,....... m...IO:jo p.m
,ACCM)IOfMl IOS TltAIN 1TMT HOIWH.
OT.NBOI.A an: WACO ACCOMMODATION.
Hoirrjr jiovxii(iiAii,r i:xc:iTtsiAY.)
Iavmx.,... ... l)p.m
KAST JtotNI (PAU.V I.XCKIT SUJUIAV.)
Iauvmi..., - .....liQl p.tn
MIKSOIIHI I'AUIFIO It. K.
MAW AM) KXPHKhSflOUTII KOU.Vll,
Arrived ,. Mrt o.m
LeAVi'S. ...... .,....... 5:13 u.m
ArrlTM.... -, 10-IOp.m
LrAvcn....M .. IKS) p.m
TllANHCONTINKNTAI t. It.
MAIL AMI KXTHISM MOUTH IIOU.V II.
AU1VC8. ...... f-.oOp.m
I.vfn...M 1.03 n.m
ItJl.I', COT.OKAIH) Itti. V. It. it.
MAU. ANU KXI'llKW MOUTH lloUKD.
Arrive H p.m
KOKT tVOIlTH AM) i)i:svi:n It. It.
MAM, AND KXl'ltl'-lS SOUTH HOUND.
Arrive... -.8:15 p.m
Leaves..,., 7:0) u.m
C'unncrllniin nt I'ort Wnrlli,
TIiiiToxiw t'lioitlr bound C!lt cotittccts with
tlio Mli-mirl I'.icllln liouml miuIIi. nnd tho
Fort Worth nnd Umivi'rliouiiil north.
ThnToxiDi I'nrltluliiitiriil w'tlrMiiurctH with
thn Mltxotirt Piiclllo ImhiiuI north.
Tho Ouir, Colonido A. H. K. Imunil north eon'
uerln with tho Tosim I'nrlno bound wol
Tlio Kort. Worth and Dciucr IhhiikI honlli
wimrct with l)iu MlMourl I'nclllo bound
north nnd I'Toxiw 1'ai'lllc bound west,
ThuTnuiMi ontlnt'iitiil bound (south coiuU'cIn
vrllh tlm Toxhh nnd I'nclllo bound went and
tin; Mlmourl I'nclllo bound north.
ANNO UNCHai I5NTS,
Wo mo nulhorlred to nnniitiiico OoorRoW.
Wrlriwu nuidldiito for city ninrnluit, clcc
1'oji In Apill, lsl.
Woiirp Miitluirlrnl (oiUunmnro-V. M. Itori
iindldatu for city .Mumluil. IClvvllon
jam ntitliorl7Cd In iuimiiiiiuk .t. HIl-lMcuh
.r;iniiiunia uir niy .mrHUiii,cii'cllontApin
WonronulhorUiil to nnnmmw Ui immo
of II. A. 'thoniiM, hh u nuntlilnln forrlty Mm
.lint nt thu unttiliiKrlly olfotloii.
Wrf nro nulliorlrcd to iinnouiuo 0. Hil.i,
na raudldiitn for City Muuh:il ill tho on
iilqt!,clty election. iiw-tf'
l'ir Anr uuil (olhrtnr.
NV o art) luithorlzeil to iinuoutiro .Icmho J,
MrltminNii mndldiitn Tor city nmes-rior and
mtlpotnr, nt tins cn'olnu cliy .lnctln.
, (jXi;kni)au for T.ssn.
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on 7th lnse.
I'M. and Frank
Pinto im intlieclly
Crowley of Palo!
Judge Herring of Waco h. in the
city attending eomt.
b'ted HIehiuiNou of St. Louis i.s In
tlio city at GliuuHudn's.
U.K. Leonard of Kttsllaml called at
the Gazijttis oltlee yotertlay.
Alltoit Stovensoii, esq,, ot Weather
(ovd was In theeltyyesterday.
W. It. Ourtlo of Henrietta did tho
UAXKTri: tho honor of a call yesterday.
I?. 1 lkard of Henrietta spout a few
moments, lu the UABirm: domleli
W. S. T. Carver of Mollue, lown, a
pniiiiluent capitalist of that oil v, was
.1 W. Poll, a commercial traveler
Wii largo gun house, was in thoeltv
Tho GA.irirn; ackiiowhiiges the
Pleasure of a call from Mr? .1. .
lUrrioofKl Paso, who Is visiting the
lr. Otis Void or Decatur, and one of
the lmco that Is making tho 7Vi7itttie a
splendid paper, visited tho GAZinTi:
Mrv Andy Chambers leaves for Aus
tin to-day, The U.U'.i:ttk follows him
ionic state eapiuu oi course, and of
eoursothoUAxi-nT will hold him to
Hon. T. 11. Wheeler or lhwl-onrldgo
"mi Mr. Ktovenson of Weatherfoiil
paid tho G.WiiriTK a pletixint call ves
tonlay. Tho geiitlemeu will reinuln
In tho olty tievoral dayt,.
Mr. Graves and Mr. Henry, with our
friend Byron G. .1 0)111011, paid a visit
to the. olHeoof tho luve-tment Coin
puny ywterday evening. They m
thinking of Investing in Kort Vorth
Tho piano will ho positively Riven
away on the iinii of Jnnunrv. AH
those dwlrous or piocuiiug a
elmuee, which win bo had by purchas
ing live dollars worth of good, will
avail thenibelves of tho oiinortmillv
i..r,Aii 1.. - 1... i -- . .
"'"' n v.iiMuiffiy too into,
---J--1- Max Ki.
,R. Gutxnmn's barber shop Is ix
inovcd to Mntn stivet, next door to
Pivrmdall's driiir htoiw Call nii imvn
'yoiuvworkUowe in a tlrst-class Uuber
shop, ,. jmii.,t
" JU'nd our cheap column.
Tho nthi It rnlnclli nil tho day long.
The directs nrc nssofl nan sopho
more's first speech.
Tho county c-ommlsiIoncr'K court
meets next Monday.
Thi' grand lury nro tiiliiR tho dis
trict clerkV olilce for tliolr delibera
Tho trains were ncnrly on time last
night, notwithstanding tho bud
Tho want of imvt'd streets and large
owei Is practically litioustrutcd by
tlio present condition oi uiouiorougn
farcsof tho city.
Mr. George Ward has sent word to
hli frlcndH in the city that ho will call
to soo them In n day or two.
Mr. Irby Dunklin, deputy county
clerk, la quite tdek.
J. R. M. Yatcsof GnipOYlue.n heavy
merchant Ih In tho city In attendance
on the grand jury.
Since tho first day of January tho
Union NewM Company has had tho
nulling of all paiiurs, etc., on the
trains running into l''ort Worth,
Hupereedlng tho Hoiithcm News Com
pany. Why thla change was mudo is
Tlio bar met yesterday morning and
elected A. M. Carter special ludgo for
the week. Five canes were (IIhihIkhciI
for want of prosecution and two by
agreement ot counsel. In the enao of
Tldball. VanZandt tt Co. th, the La
licllo Wagon Company, Mr. Carter was
dlMiuttlilled, ho Mr. Priest was elected
judge to try the case, which had not
been completed at time of adjourn
ment. AVlmt it Was.
Mr. Woody says that a number of
readers of the Uazkttu place a wrong
coiihtriicllon on the Item in the court
notes published a day or two ulnco in
regard to his trial, for libel, and that
they do not know in what the olleueo
constated. Tho CU'inn: would say
it wiih for circulating a paper In this
city, published at Washington, called
the Grand Arm; Journal, In which
appeared several articles complained of.
January :ird, 188.'!.
Your reporter In this morning's is
sue, gives u rather queer account of
thiWCo.NWitil-i' KATinms.i Tho two
! small 2nd ward with the no account
1st ward and the one dum head of
the Hid ward -wants to only accom
modate our, man (Von Znnt) while tho
city's Intetests demands (4) four
wards. I'uturo elections will seekIf
tho above mentioned parties falls
for want of moral courage.
Oivisious :ir Wai:h
, Aldernianiu Tioga.
I Member of the L' Allegro Club arc
. hereby nqiusted to meet nt the elub
irooiwi thin (Thursday) evening at 8:!10
sharp. A full iittoiuliuieo Is dc-dred as
I there is business of pressing Import
; unco which doiuands attention.
a. A. CHAVc-HojT, president.
h. B. LooicirrT, secretary.
(! Ho;ml nnd Uuly, Clobtirne: 13 II Pnitor.
Auioni; f W Dmiliiim. ImlUiw: HI) 1) Cuutn.
.ioiioroii iiy l'ottcr, UuIiiphvIIIp:.! V Ilnfe
ni'vyor, iniiiniii uup; r A Doty, Howie; A. .1
Hi,?r.',.'Uri'niiV'lril5V, P'ty; -Ion lluriun.
Shorinmii j j .how, Hurry Everett, II '
Nil', cllyj W J AndcrM)ti,Texii8.
CtS-At (he Tlvoll II nil. "09a
Vienna snusaue and horse nuliiiuii
j Imported Swiss and I.lmburRer
Husslan caviar, Hamburg eels,
Imported Holland Mllohor honing,
Pickled pig's feet nnd tongues,
Neufeliateller and hand cheese,
Imported Cervelai sausage,
Lamb-h tongues, etc., always fresh at
vVholestdo nnd retail.
1 8 'S3 !t 1110s
bay, John, where did you got that
At 1). Schwartz t Co.'s
What did you pay for It V
Only two dollaix and one-half.
Huvo they got any morov
I es, stacks of them.
en, i'ii gel one myself. 12-15-tf
...Vi 1. k'y ynker, northwr.nl corner ot
PU"Uoiunro.titoiiroiwniatiiiurnlsi, hot or
rotd arlox nij buths ut ull houro. Two now
Cohlen's Llqultl llecf Tonic Inu
partrtHtrengthtothe body and mind
lain no other. Or druggists.
A roll of hills amounting to $,7o.A()
was liwt n tho city. Tho tinder will
be liberally rewarded by leaving iho
same at this oHlof," Joct ljl-tf
.Menuersoi the L'Allegro Club aio
requtoteil to meet at thooillceof tho
lexns Investment Company to-night,
ns there s Important business to be
II. A. Cu.vycuokt, President.
J. LOCUKIT, Secretary. '
My entire sltuM; nn.i if.....
sNtlng or tiirars. tolmiw. .,i,.,,u
-x .--.--- vr L-tit ;a
or thu bust locattous
of this kind, on Iloustoir street, next
to Palace saloon, cheap for cash.
Ul- f W, W. Cok.
(liirtcr'H Liver Bitters for tho vitro of
dyspepsia, liver complaint, and alldis
vases caused by malaria nio , le
h the mnkeiti nf i!nrt.i.iu i.mi.. !' '
il ?' vh ll 8Unieo their goo. ins.s.
bold at wholcMilo by rJ( N, Brimswh7
hnvo dlse.i.sivl liiii,.- t..i...
Honey of Jlorclimiml' nnd
Pike's ToolliiK.ii.. n-..u
I one minute.
lmiuilc; II HhII.Oswcbo, Ciiiimh; KW.SIiiuh
or. totViVlllo, Mid,: .Mm i:ilu, tlori), Mo
tm': xyi.Miuldttx.i'olln. WImi court tv: It
"''"KAumrii: i: II C'rowiliiK. Dullu,; Si O
KlllKOM. lmlr llivlll... I IMIlli l.'..r .'. il
I II I I'll I il r V I. 1111 1 HDI.ia W lll.,.. .
uiiii 4iiiiihiiiii: ii .11
THE GAZETTE: FORT WORTH.
Like tho di'lng Indian who clinnU
Ills own fonerrtl dirge, tho Ayr, of Pro
fw will this morning announco Its
suspension for nil Indefinite period, to
bo revived, If It nil, posoon m the ad
herents to the Greenback party, In
promotion of whose doctrines It wti
published, shall supply tho means to
Insure Its support. Major J. V. Flom
Imr. the editor and pro
prietor or tlio Ann
J'rogrvm, has devoted hi.stiinl,money,
onenry and talent to tho building up
of a representative journal In Texas of
thocaue ho ospoiiftod, and from tho
tlrat M-siie lias displayed aHcrujiiilous,
uncomproinislng nnd ovii enthusias
tic adherence for principled
which elicited only respect
from those who held nollilnir in com
mon uith his political pursuasions.
Tho Arv of J'rotrtM was extensively
circulated throughout the state, and
hnd acquired somewhat of a reputa
tion lu tho Greenback party In tho
United States. Did tho future hold
out any reasonable prospect of even
moderato remuneration for his ardu
ous and faithful services. Maior
Flcmlui; could not consent to suspend
his paper, and even under the circum
stances ho reluctantly concludes' to do
so. Tho business of the concern will
bo Nettled atoucc in full.
Tho contract existing between this
office and myself requires me to settle
In full every Saturday for till papers de
livered to subscribers in the city, hence
I must either collect every week or at
least onco a month. No accounts will
ho carried from tho old to the new
year. If you do not pay up your pa
perrwlll bo atopped forthwith. Parties
nptMn the city every month must
inako arrangnieuts for tho family to
settle each mouth.
Nick fetidlo permitting cards to bo
played in his t-nloou. Trie
rlcd by jury
.'....1 .... . 1 .;
una unco ?-i.
selling on Sunday,
Ponds of S. P. Maddox and S. M.
Farmer, atatched witnesses, forfeited.
Judgment nisi against them for $100.
miio 1 shell and Stuart Harrison
lined $'S each as defaulting witnesses
In tho case or tho state vs. George Hol
land, and attachments ordered.
Lizzie Hundley, keeping disorderly
house, lined -J 100.
NatGllmore, (negro) theft of ring,
HO days in county Jail.
Violation ofltuvenuc Lnws.
Doputy United States Marshal A.
N. Woody brought In Inst night from
Cleburne, Hen Freiberg, whom he ar
rested on a charge of violating the rev
enue laws by failure to cancel stumps
on whisky barrels. Freiberg will have
a preliminary examination before Com
mij.sloner Kennedy this morning, or
at least have his bond tlxed.
And remember the grand clearing
sale of $20,000 worth of men and boy's
clothing, hats, caps and gent's furnish
ing goods, regardUm of value; lasts
only thirty days. These goods must
bo sold even at auction prices. Peo
ple's Clothing House, No. 13, Main
ati'oet. R. W. IIktts.
1 .'1 2wkH
Wo have already taken occasion to
call attention to tho fact that Mr. Dana
ot tho New York Sun, is disposed to
throw tlto charitable lnuutle of his re
gard around Mr. Arthur. He is in
clined, ns our renders' know, to Ignore
the president's noisy approval of Dor
soy's corrupt prnctlcees in Indiana.
Put it should be said, in justice to Mr.
Dana's Inclination, that in tho Mimo
column in which he calls Garfield a
hypocrite for 'working" his religious
brethren, tho disciples, lie criticises
Mr. Aithur's nomination of J. F.
Olnistead to be eonnnikslouer of the
District of Columbia. Without doubt
Mr. p-ma's criticism or this nomina
tion , Is timely. It Is undoubtedly "bad
or President A r hur." This Is a case
In which it can not be said that tho
action is hasty or the result or igno
rance. There Is no person better
known In Washington limn this man
pimstead, and the president is
thorongdly familiar with his history
and Iih reputation, No one knows
better than Mr. Arthur that tho nom
ination is not a Ut one to bo made.
IllghTiisteof CoiT-lloys in the Matter
Cow-boys have their love or the
beaut ful In revolvers, if nothing else.
V,I1,u',nn,Jroul fro,n "" uxi'urloneo or
the Colt's Arm Manuracturing Com
pany or Haitrord. Two cow-boys of
..j...i. iiavejusi nsaeu io: tiie csti-
the cost of two revolvers or
worKiiuuisiiip The Hnrt-
StatOit t llllt ''frnni ,1.. .
furnished" tho stock of each revolver
.mm,, no ui peari, u iiorso and rider
chasiHl in gold ou oue side, and a
leavily-dniped woman anil lilrl
M i jN,mo ,Prec,0"8 metal, on the1
.i..v.-4 oiiit.-, mho oarrei ami worklnir
parts oi each are ao to be heavily
chased and Inlaid with gold, so much
ho, In fact, that the uteel ot the revol
ver Is to bo nearly hidden from sight
by tho gold figures. The butt or each
revolver Is to be or f-oliU .silver, ele
gantly chased. At tho least enlcula-
J 41. ,x v.l 1v.illl it " "I44IUIII
. ttvuikiin mi iiiini'ii niir v
I ''".'. "'" ""'"Ki WOUKl cost SOL
nm . uiugoin lining, ?S(hi. Tho only
revolver over mado by the company lii
any way similar to the.se designs, was
for tho lounder of the companv, Col-
!JvMMMU,Uil U.0!1' ,UM! was 'plncetfon
o.hibitloii by him at the great London
.ViJhost that Can Slap. )uv,s.
t - . . C" ' U 14)
uevomiiig more troublesome and will
......j .. 11 universal ion oy Knocks or
nips. (Juestlons are propounded and
answers i-cttirned-and correctly loo
by distinct niiw made by tho lnv!l-
inucli was given you to aunoy and
inj iiumiiiiiv i nis way v The nn-
?rnt. ,, 1 """I"' question asked;
,..,.,, "iuu nui myuil IJlKO IO
.viisner; riuy uoilars. Th
thlnu" ran hlmr m. 7r.' m" :. ...:.U'A,C-
lights, turn oyer clmlrV. riiV lavs
iiiaKenoisonniloul up other tfiei-s .
i.r4 le ,c.r. from ."ttliows county .Mtys:
Ghosts," or "spirits," or 'W
hlnjr.J'coiitinuoto disturb tho fain-
Uy 01 nlr.Mtiik'inH. 'ri.io'ii.,,.irti....ii t .
TEXAS. TLtUKSPAV, JANUARY d,
Some Ulch Sew Torker..
An old Now Yorker, and an old gen
tleman well "po-ded up" handed n re
jmrterofthe New York World, a few
dnvsago, the following list, which he
mi van "prettv near the mark:"
William II. Vanderbllt, - $1:T,000,000
Mopes Taylor (estate)
Mr. Astor, (2d)
f Edward Clark testate)
I ltuscll Sage,
j A. Belmont,
Goclet. (estate) -
Cyrus W. Field, -
I). O. Mills. - -
Mr. Drown, banker
Lenox (estnto) -
C. Vanderbllt, -R.
D. Morgan, - -C.
K. Garrison, -I).
S. J. Tllden,
James It. Keene,
W. K. Vanderbllt, -Jesse
H. L. Stuart, - -A.
P. Gllsey (estate) -Ii.
Total - - -
It is now apparent that a considera
ble number of Democrats in tlio hoiibu
aie determined to defeat, if they can,
the Davis bill for the relief of tho Fed
eral courts. Their motives are parti
san. The bill, if passed, will k! veto
Nin. iiie 0111,11 passed, win give
President Arthur tho nppolntment
eighteen Federal judges. The Den
crats who havo resolved to oppose it do
not 11 we 10 seo uicm) appointments go
to a Republican president: Tliev pre
fer to reserve tho disposition of the pa
tronage for their own president, whom
they expect to elect in 18S4.
It is equally clear that
there are enough Republicans
and honest Dcmcrnta in the
house to pass the hill by n handsome
majority. It is tho duty of these to
sec that this Is done. The country has
longsuflurod from the neglect by con
giess of the Federal courts. The calen
dars of these tribunals are so burdened
and theirjudges ko overworked that
the long delays thereby caused nrc a
practical denial or jus'tlco to persons
having business in the courts. The
Davis bill is a curefully prepared ineas-
ro which has received the general ap
proval or the bar and Jtho public. It
has alreudy passed the senate. Its
fuiluroto become a law will ben serious
drawback to litigants in the Federal
courts. It should pass the house at
this session without fail, and the
Democrats can only blunder bv trylnu
to defeat It.-xV. V. Herald. '
New excavations havo been mado
at Pompeii bringing to light some cu
rious tilings. A house was recently
unearthed on whose walls the pictures
were as br'jht as when they were
llrst painted. The walls themselves
were cleau nnd fresh. In this house
was found a shrlno In the form of a
little temple, such as oyery one has
read about In Dulwer's "Last Days of
Pompeii." Peneath tho temple also
were found six stutuetes of bronze of
exquisite workmatishlp, four of them
Homerio deities. Tho chief figure is
an Apollo with his lyre,
and along with It are an Eseu
japius, a Mercury and a Hercules us
ing partly Latin names, as most do.
The discovery leads an intelligent for
eigner residing nt Naples to remark
that every now and then there are at
tainable ocular demonstrations of tho
way in which llerculaneum and Pom
peii were overwhelmed. The notion
that they were drowned In Hoods of
lava is now pretty much ovei thrown.
Instead of that, It is held to bo settled
that tho destruction was effected in
two ways: First, by the ejectment
train the volcano of pumice stono and
line ashes; and secondly by drenching
rains, which immediately followed,
torinlng tonents of thick, muddy
paste, and overwhelming thus with
niching rivers of moitarthe tenitory
on every side of Vesuvius, it f&
thought likely that tills mud hardened
about as fast as moistened plaster or
pnrls, and thus buried Herculaneum
ton depth or sixty, and Pompeii to a
depth or twenty-ttvo reet. Tho truth
ot history must bo vindicated, but it
was doubtless alt thesamo to tho in
habitanis whether they were hurled
under sticky mud or llery molten lava.
Pluk-Fared Jlvrllp (,'otihl xf
'How she must have loved him."
As Myrtle Itcdingote spoke those
words sort Iy to George W.'simiwon, a
blush of maiden motlesty llamed for an
instant across her pure young fnco and
d sappeared silently behind the tlnv
pink ears, that stood like pigmy ienti
nels on a battlement ot rose-tinted
. .., U1wiiuiivimn, and with beautl
u. -Hvw wno-e dimpled
would have miuh wnn .,
i...ir.. ir . i , wiui ner own
ruby lps, drew fiom she wound the
ratal element. Vhen ho had 11 Isl ",1
Mi,!v..m tonro to tho words
. uwikii jiiui ueen te tnr i,r
olden times who when her lover was
i.iir-11. iiir iih in-urnti-f uii.- .
tll'Mll 41,.,.., ' " "--' "-'l VV
' - -- ,.hI.it4t. niiiTiii't') ll'll
Oeorge was tho'ilrst to speak "ir I
....... 'V';."""',"" - wioio tno ex-
nt, i ,, priueessv"
l he girl's foi in shook with a sudden
head fell upon his
"I could uot do
throuuh her tenrs.
t," she sobbed
piled tho irlr
.A .1 " V',"51 IU! ,or Jt answer."
"But 1 mist know," hea!d, in low
agonized toues """ iov,
, "Then,-' he murniered m,Mln!
lilinhllUinoreclolvtohcr WlnnB I
Kentucky and 1 ,t Jnt j
gelt the delirium tren,es.rA.Co
The Host Kicking 0r u,,, ii1,Pii,
.II' qurwl be
mi. ... ""'"-J
tiio quarrel net ween Plain
i.n 'S, '"I SfW im-
r,V,. 1 ' J , Y.. 10J501
Wti famo of
it is now .iinvim. iV: ru''.1 ?y.
Pa-kotrl a.s. IT.
Mnnslon Hotel for Kent.
The above untried IioubcIs oll'ered'for
rent. Time, tlirco to five years, with
a salo of the furniture. Fifty bed?,
and will soon hnvo forty-live 1 .rooms
finished; tlilrty-slx furnlahcd with
the necessary furniture Tor hotel ))iir
imses; a good nrtealan well; laundry,
with servants room; n brick cook
room with cook range, stako broiler,
pnstrv stove etc.; dining room, capac
ity six tables, seating fifty persons at
0110 time, with side tables, etc.
Further Information can be had by
nridresslnc W. W. Dunn, proprietor.
None need apply unless they can give
satisfactory references, together with
good security for performance of con
tract. The house Is well known und
hiui a good name, as well as a llrst-rato
My object is to enlarge the capacity
of tho house to one hundred rooms.
Ground sufllclent; no belter location for
such a house In the clty. It Is on
Main and Fourth streets 200 feet,
40 feet on Husk street tho main cen
ter of the city.
Now is tho tlmo to make a good
start. Flvo railroads running into tho
city, and more to be built.
W. W. Dunn, Prop.
Port Worth, Texas, Dec. 7th, 18S2.
The readers of tho Gazettb const. 1
Its columns for tho latest news from
nil parts of tho world, anil as tho holi
day season approaches they expect the
Gazkttk to tell them that they can
Now Loudon Layer Raisins, Seed
less Raisins, Currants, Citron, Pitted
Cherries, sweet and sound, Mince Meat.
Fruit, Butter, Thurbers Honey, Pigs'
tcet, plain and mixed Pickles fresh
Whole and ground spices of every
kind, strictly pure. The finest teas
Imported. Tho best brands of rousted
and green codecs
Tho finest French candies, Caramels
of all kinds, Jellies In tin, also in glass
sets, Preserves, Jams, Olives, Mangoes
Canned goods from California, New
Orleans, Baltimore, New York and
St. Louis of every vnriety.
Tlio finest New Orleans and north
ern sugar houso molasses and maple
Cranberries, Lemons, Oranges, Co
coanuts, Apples, Figs, Prunes, Horse
radish All of tho above articles and many
others lower than at any otlierhouse in
Fort Worth, at the Fancy Grocery
Combs, Read & Co.
IN TIIE BRUNSWIG BUILDING.
63 HOUSTON STREET
Ladles Aid Assoclntion.
St. Andrews' Ladles Aid Associa
tion (Episcopal) meets regularly
every Wednesday. I p.m., nt tho resi
deneo of tho president, Mrs. Dr. Fit.,
hugh, corner Fourth and Taylor
All strangers are cordially invited to
visit the society.
Mas. C. L. HAnnis,
3Irs. Dn. FiTzuiKiH.Vice-Prcsident.
H. C. L. Gokman,
Secretary and Treasurer St. Andrew's
Ladies Aid Association, Ea'.t Belk
nap street, opposite Robert MeCart,
The Best Always tlio Cheapest.
Reader! It is not necessary to swal
low a teacupful of any cougli remedy
to euro a com or stop n cough. Three
teaspoon hils in 24hours is the adver
tised dose for Bhown's Couch Rai.
SAsr. "Pure as retlned gold" is tho
Verdict Of thousands nntnmllv .m-nl
by this sterling remedy. For sale by
T. W. Powell, E. M. Wells, L. Nv.
mnnswig, G. H. Dnshwood and G. G.
Pate, M. D., Fort Worth, Texas..
1 ho finest assortment of cutlery and
eersehaum goods in Texas at A. J.
lderson'a gun store. 12-14-lm (())
For it lino Stetson hat will at
21 Houston Street.
an' 1..: Stevens, Hamilton, Tex.,
says: "I havo used Brown's Iron
Hitters for general weakness and dys
pepsia with great benefit." l-S-d&wlw
Prompt idler in sick headache, diz
ziness nausea, constipation, pain in
the. sido, etc., guaranteed to those
using Carter's Liver Pills. Ono pill a
do.se. 2o cents. Sold nt. tvi,nirjL i.
Brunswig. 12 31 il&w lw
Dissolution of Copartnership.
, The copartnership heretofore exist
ing under tho name M Lovh, & Co., Is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
J. I. P. Coppage A hro. will continue
IhebiiHlncwsattho old stand foot of
Mllin trnt or... 41. r m . . . . '
oltlco, thoy aiono being "authorized" to
collect and settle all the firm bills.
J. i. r. Coppaoi:, & Bko
w BONES WANTED.
c - " " JP nUY DBIitVEItKn
ut. xjuuis, 10,000 TOXS
mSeSrieeOV!1 ' U' hWt R
market price. Address, 1 ten large;, clubs of mii-nito 8ub,cribt'nis
,, . , A. B jrAYFH ' "l0."0 t1Hto,',ytho Istdnyof July, lal
1014 to 10112 North 1l, il 7.4 tai, ubscrlpilon la ihcio clubs will U
Louis, Mo., or L. Baer, Fort Worth!
thi 11 V,..V t rl 11U ,mHca nro ftwu'0 ttat
tu0 clear tinging tono of tho Jekov I
Mllyfl,mi,i,,!al ia tho result of '
,most constant uso of Bko wn?8 i
J.A VZT'' lhcy aro,now ondJid i
4 W?felf & '
"'i " - -urunswiEr. R. li riii..
0. G. Pate. M. W. i.w '
lint " . Is n,most immediately rt
&& W"3n-?..S? of Carter.
.7..i;ii. 'r: "V" "cinaonna
k, "".."y o
nud be free
..v.... w.tiij. i'riiA s
For renatrlne- nf nit n
Keller's carriage iiinnufact0
morton street, near cotn i'
FOIt 25 CEN-jJ:
it.i .1 . " ' -
.n.uvuiiinumrnm or four or fl... .,'1
Inicrted In ttalti column iWi&JaJ
cniilt insertion. D,ch nddiuSSffl
corns. - "ij
w tira ffoin'-r ,',,'c!?t
books, will bo reqmrca toTArl ix
A soml cook nnd liuiitdrcjnl.
Koneml work on u Biimll t,bio??.a
uy nmn nnd wife preform! i l
situation for tho right
peron. T 1
" . '""'ii luiiiisucu room r
A hIaIh r.. l..t
vcnlent to huslncss. Inouiro nr Wtl
nt ltnndull AUlmmbern Qo. f W
A 8ltuntlon by an oxperlencp.1 ,
enro ofF. 1'. freultt.Fort NVorth.ffJl
inn u iuiu lUUKIIIg lit llrst dta.
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C, Oazi-ttk oillce.
pcOr'nP,X0erdfl.fOr 8alUt offlJ
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