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Crccihsor to tho IflmocrntAdYnncc.
BEAT HOLIDAY SALE !
FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
RISTMAS PRESENTS FOR
kinds and prices, from a Boll Baby up t a handsome Silk Iresa Patter, Blnck Satin Dolranm or a nuo
Orcrcoat. fao, If you -wish to mnko your wife, husband, children, tiweetheurt or friend a nice
present, bo sure to call irhero you will And
Tie Largest Assortment mi Lowest Prices
AX ELSER'S BOOKSTORE.
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
brs, Sash, Frames,
SCROLL SAWING, TURNING.
iir Building a Specialty.
factory : Cor. Ninth nnd IlnskBts.,
IORT WORTH, TEXAS
Wliolcsalo MnnufacturerH of
teses, Pillows, Bolsters, Etc.
Uostocli conKtnntly on hand. Send for
ii. turner rourin anu noneion
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
'W DO YOU
E ARE EXCEEDINGLY HAPPY
As a matter of course each and all have delermLod to turn
' a now leaf, as the old saying
do turn over nn ent.irnlv new
t fly baolc to the old place again
pi anu unnatural usage.
We have determined to turn
In wo do that the nublic will bo
he first place we are going East
Wed intention of hrinfrinrr brink
wishing Goods, Hats, Boots and
imiig ever brought to Fort Worth, in styles, prices, etc., etc.
In the ineantiinci whnfc wn linvnlofr-. nf rmr winrni' stock is fro
im fl,tJl-ed at a sacrifice. When we say sacrifice, we mean
r-TIIING, and don't you forget it. Onr stock consists of
tinner in the linn of PrPiitlpmnn's Clnni.
EVANS & MARTIN
Largest Stock of
STATE OF TEXAS.
and White Sewing Machines at
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES!
To Close Out Winter Stock at the
Ladioa Plain Sandal 2 tt 7 marked down
" Arctics 2 to 8 " " ....
Mons' Arctic3 5 to 11 " " ...
" Knee Boots 5 to 12 " "....
" Hip " 6 to 11 " " " ...
Ladies' Pegged Polka 3 to 8 marked dovm from ....
" Gram Pegged Polka 6 to 9 marked down from -"
Grain Standard Screw Polka 3 to 8 marked down from
" OalfPegged Polish 3 to 8 marked down from
" Whole Stock Pogged Polka 6 to 9 marked down from -
Missos Whole Stock Pegged Polish 12 to 2 marked down from
" Grain Pogged Polish 12 to 2 marked down from
Child's Polka 8 to 11 marked down from ....
YEAR IS HERE!
goes. For Heaven's sake if
ln;if. -nnsto it down, so that it
that is soiled and worn by
over a nuw leaf ourselves, and
the beneficiaries of the act.
in about thirty days with the
with iin a stock of Clothinir.
Shoes, etc, that will bouL
FOSBT WORTH, TEXAS,
$ .60 to $ .50
1.75 to 1.50
2.00 to 1.75
4.00 to 3.40
5.00 to 4.25
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This powilor never vnrlcs. A mnrrol of
purity, strength unit wliolesomenofH. Mow
I'uonomtcitl than tlid ordinary klmln, nnd
tnunol lio noltl In competition wttlittio tiuil
tltuilo of low tst, Khori weight, alum or
luiupumu innvuur. oom vniir in rriru. HOT'
A I. JIAK1NQ rowiiRit Co., 100 WnllHUrcct,
) A.M. Buittom, Pre. Jonx ;Nmtnui, V
1'rcs. H. W. I.OMAX, Owblfcr.
OF FORT VORTH.
i A Regular Banking Business
In nil lis tiLanelics, (ciinravtctl.
Hxclmngn bought nnit Mrt'itttml collection
mmlo on nil neot'S'illilo jonitK. Dniwfl Hlulit
1 exchitiiRtt on Unclim, Iroluntl, Kriinco, or-
imuiy, Austria, luilr, Doniniirk.Swndan unit
Dotmell, f,itron A Hlmpfiou, Uew York;
Valley Nnttonnl Hunk. Hi. 1au1i, Mo.J Im
portorH' iiuil TrmU-rn Nntlonnl Unnlt. Hav
York: FirKt Nutloniil Hank. GiUvrbton.Toxut.:
fTatlzons' Hank of I)Ulslunu, Nuw OrloaiiH.
Is not signing a pledge
or taking a solemn oath that
cannot be kept, because of
the non-removal of tiic cause
liquor. The way to make
a man temperate is to kill
the desire for those dreadful
artificial stimulants that car
ry so many bright intellects
to premature graves, and
desolation, strife and uu
happincss into so many
' It is a fact 1 Brown's Iao:i
Hitters, a true non-alcoholic
tonic, made in Italtimorc,
MU.,by the Drown Chemical
Company, who arc old drug
riits and in every particu
lar reliable, will, by remov
ing the crawng appetite of
the drunkard, nnd by curing
the nervousness, weakness,
andfencral ill health result
ing from intemperance, do
more to promote temperance,
in the strictest tense then
any other means now knowi.
. It is a well authenticated
fact that many medicines,
especially ' bitters,' are noth
ing butchcap whiskey vilely
concocted for use in local
option countries. Such is
not the case with Brown's
cinc, a cure for weakness
and decay in the nervous,
muscular, and digestive or
gans of the body, produc
ing good, rich blood, health
and strength. Try one bot
tle. Price 1.00,
1 A I IO I Pcl'10 arp lwoyB ou tho
IJtf I V r lockout for tliimcoit to In
If V 1 1 II creaMitlielrMwnliim, unit In
W I J timp i)cjnc -i iilthj : thon
, who ilu not Improvo thou
oppoitlinltles rciiiutn in iHierly. We oirr
(i tfrcut cliamo Jo miibi nioimj. Wcwunt
mpn, wnropn,loyiui(l glilito vurkln tlielr
Jocitllllfu. Am iinccniijiliitliawmlciirorMiily
from Mi oil ret un. 'Iliu lnMlttMH Mill puy
mow llinn ten tliin-noriilniirj wns',K, Ktien
Vfi outfit fitf -N'mini' n'lniciitfiMC4 lull to
wke money nindlj . on mil nevoio your
Wliolo time to tlii)-Mor)tir onlv jour i.par
moment, nui liifoniiiiliim unci nil tlml U
iKcilOil int frf-, AUdirHH
tUiVVhly rortlunil, Malue.
iJIST JiY NQHTJl WJHir TJSXA&
A V STOQK JO VMXA U OFFOJS,
THJO WBAl) lHl'LOaUT.
Proparfttions for tho Fuuoral Treatment
of OfTonding Joumols.
I'rvparlnc Tor tho l"iiM-nl.
Pnrl, January 4. The reasons for
postponing Ohunbeltn'fl fununvl vnH to
onnblo a dcpuliition from Alsaoc-Lor-riiiiiennd
others from distant depart
iiionls (n nttciHl. The public will
view (he catafnlmie to-tiny. Tho
henrto to lm uhcu wjH formerly en
unul in tho obaeqlilca of (ho Duo do
Mnrny. It Is ornnmeuted with sllTcr,
mid tho dome with plium-a. Tho mu
niflpuUty of Sic. KHunim, where tho
soclulltjtlo element H strotijj. rufiiHed to
send it deputation to Join the ijoiirritl
WHlttnB to Son Ihe Coflln.
At 8:25 o'clock this morning jin
menso orowdH had nlroidy nssemblcd
nt 1'uloh Bourbon, waiting to hco Gam
bctta's collln. Deputntions from
AUnct-Lorrnlno will form a conspicu
ous tlgure In tho funeral proccislon,
Tho Inmiltlng coniiiicnta of uornobf tho
lloniiiar(lrtiu rvnettonary papers
caused ititenso lndlgnntlon.
1'urlH, Janunry 4. Tho offending
JournulH aro torn to nieces nnd Htauipcil
upon In tho cafcH. Victor Hugo Ih c.n
nccted to attend tho luueral and do
liver a Hhort oration.
t Tolin Inllrndlnrm.
London, January 4,Tho PaU Mall
Oaz6(( published "under rcwirvc," a
rumor that tho German residents In
London received notice from the mili
tary HUthnrltkw to hold theiiHolvcfl
ready to fulill their term of military
Suspension of Nail MillsPoatofllco Ee
coipU ratal Explosion.
Null ailllM Hiini.rndml,
Chicaao. Januarv 4. D. C. Tlmdlov.
vlce-prenldcnt of the Column lion
and Steele Co., wiyH thceo mills will
close January 16th for a month orsev
cial weekH, on account of tho low
prlco of nulls. About two thousand
employes will bo thrown out of em
ployment on account of thW action of
tho nail miinufuctuilng company, but
a part of them have some employment
Chicago, .Tunuary 4. The lecolptH of
thoChlc-ago postolllco luftt year were
$7,877,000; tho cxpcuxcH, $508,000; the
net revenue ?7,IIO!I,000; tho IncreaHo of
uet rbvenuo over Ifefyl Is 17 pur cent, or
' istnU' nuttuMi.
Chicago, Janunry 4, A Hpoclal from
Fillmore Centre, Michigan, BayH the
boiler of Hofniuin & Belegmiin'H Hour
mill exploded ye&terdny. Klx men
were injuria. One died and two more
Tlio ?llnitlirl T.iRlnliitiiin OrcinUi'il iibU
I tin (onrnr'K Mohniiso Itoti.'lM'il.
fit. Louis, Janunry 4. A Pout-Ufa-patch
special from JodcircoM City, hiivh
tho aHtcmbly organied to-d'ny (y
electing the ciiucuh nomiuuo4 reported
lust night. Tills afternoon Governor
Crittenden aent IiIh biennial meuHiigo
to tho leglsltituru. It declares the
llnauccH of the tdato to bo In a
very satisfactory condition; iovIowh
tho Jlunnlbal and Ht. .loo llailroad lit
igation and nslts for an appropriation
to defray tho expensca of further pros
ecution of tho state's claims. On tho
topic of outlawry, after reviewing the
oxpioltHoftliu James gang und citing
his proclamation otlerlng a Jargo ro
wanl for their annrehemlon. tho irov-
einor says the refills which followed
so closely upon lt-j Issuance furnish
ample vindication of tJio policy whloh
Inspired it. In conclusion ho adds:
"1 paid 20,000 In rewards to various
persona for tho capture and over
throw of this band ol desperadoes, not
one dollar of which wus taken from
thestato tieasury. It Is nut probable
.Missouri win no again eursetJ ami dls
giaced by tho presenca of such a band
of mun, confederated togethor for des
peruto purposes, ft li fully lcdwmed
and acquitted of that unwarranted ap
pellation of robber state."
A creation of a state board of health
is recommended, und uid for educa
tional institutions of the Mute is asked.
ISu GuAfcalloa artUn DmtrnctUB unil MUfy
Berlin, January (.The inunda
tions aro taking thq forms of a public
catastrophe. Tho dlstrcHH Is Increas
ing hourly. Tho military and civil
authorities are milking great exertions
to mitlgato tho misery of tho disas
ter. No Hin ytt (hnt the crisis of the
calamity Is reached. High tempera
tuieuud ruins Continue at Ludlngh
shufen Ojipoiito Mannheim where the
great Ithtne dam gave way last night.
The Hvts cf hundreds or persous aro
imperilled. A steamer rescued many
hundreds, Including tho sick. Tho
deepest distress prevulls.
I'tsth. January 4.Tho Dunubo has
inundated lJnvibilry, thirty-four miles
Geneva, Janunry 4. Tho Paris and
Lyons Kalltond, on the French fron
tier, was wushed away. Tho direct
railway service between Switzerland,
Iru nee nnd Italy is interrupted.
Paris, January 4, The Jtlver fiaono
and l)ou UN Inundated soveral villages.
Thlrtj-two houses havo fallen at
New York, .military 4. Arrived;
Oulcat Humburgi Hcrm-inn, Antwerp.
The Ashland 7Vcvi of Ohio, whose
wlKor has lately been through tho
fc'outh, says the people of this section
do not talk polities so much as those
of the .North; that they are glad to
welcome all. '.whether Democrnta or
VOIi. 7, JffO. 17
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At tho FfcMnt Eate Will bo Paid in 1804.
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mt tho (iiecnWVrr'n YofiiUun will ir
Tho agitation of tho tobacco (ax
question tor tho past idotith bus vorv
naturally reducwl the receipts of tho
govcrunicnt, yet tho amount received,
by the ticasury during tho mouth or
December, from all sources, lsH consld
erably In cxccfs of tho receipts of l)o
cember of bust year. Last year's Do
cember receipts wero a little pastSfln
000,000: those of December 18S12, will
run up to about $2lK,00lMMK). Tho debt
reduction for the month will be
aiunit $15,000,000, and for tile year will
foot up well toward $11)0,000.000, At
the present rate of paying tho public
debt tho end ofl883 will tlnd nothing
left but tho tl per cents that can laj
paid, and tho end of WS4 wltr tlnd fc
tew of.thcHo left for redemption. The
domatid for these Jlipcr cents in ex
change for the 3J bondfUcxt ended Gs)
continues. A treasury oiliolnl was
asked how many of tho new its havo
been called for In exchange for those
bearing a higher rate. "I'll boo"' he
answered as lie went back to Inspect
the book. "They continue to come
In, don't they?" lie said' to tho man at
the desk as he looked over (ho tlgures,
"Two hundred and eighty-nine mil
lions," ho said, coming bnck with a
Hinllo, ''they aro still coming In from
all directions, and if thoy keep on
the 'Mh will soon bo very few. In fact
they are not so very numerous now."
"How many of tnoUl per conta arc
"About sixty million1 that liav
not been called."
"And of those (hat havo boon
"About twenty-five millions remain
"Then when these sixty millions
not now called arc reduced you will
begin on tho It pcrcentn?"
"And how long will they last?"
"That depends on tho into at which
the taxation Is reduced and tho tmltl'
rovitiod. It Is fully evident therein to
bo no great reduction in Internal joV
euuc at this sossiou. If the bill now
In tho senate jtctu through thnfrt
all that I expect, and that will leave
the Income very large."
Hotv It Cnniu Alxiul.
The reason, as given recently by one
Of Hcuroturv Foliror's friends, for tho
(coolncra existing between Conklhig on
tho onjhund and Eplccr and Arthur
on tho other, is Mibstantlully this:
When Arthur became president,
Conkllug was asked to accept tho poit
Uollo of state. This ho declined, on
the ground that lie was out of politic,
and ambitious to mako money, or
which he stood badly in need. What
did ho want? was asked in a tone that
indicated a ready compliance "J
havo but one request to make," Jald
he slowly and with emphasis: "1
want that fellow Jlobortann kicked
out of tho oustoii-hotiec.n In vain
Arthur and Folgor reasoned with
him. It would bo impolitic, they
rinld, considering Arthur's manner of
succession, to remove Hobertson with
out cause. Already there existed a
strong prejudice against the adminis
tration, and It needed but a single
fulsp stop of this sort to array solidly
against them all tho opposition of the
bulf-bn-eds. When Hobertson'a term
cxpiiod Mr, Colliding shoulb name his
In this strain they argued for over
an hour. Conkllng listened jMitlcntly,
with a sneer on his haughty luce, lie
never interrupted them for a moment.
When they finished he willed his hat
and left the room, He has never grtne
near thorn since.
Kneel of Tai'ItT Dlst't.'sslons.
There promises ouo good result to
eomooutof tho taiiii'dlscussion. It is
estimated by thoso In favorablo posN
tlons for observation that there will be
a reduction of Imports In this country
during tho current year. This will
hayo thb double cllect of curtailing ex
penditure by tho people and reducing
the icvonucsof the government. He
ducllou of tho revenues Ih but u form
of reduction of taxation, as tarllls an
now levied. Curtailment of Imports
Is not a self-evident advantage whou
eontompluiedfrom an economical stand
point, Whether Imports udd to or
diminish u people's Jwtmtlh u
i-ends. of course, upon what they bring
In. The Importation of industrtftl
materials or goods which add to the
productive power of the people nfofo
than they Mini, Is at once the sign and
the cause- of prosperity, what Ih
styled tho "balance of trade" may ho
against any country to Its advantage,
but, rarely, pcrjuinu, is so. Uut when
tho balance of trade against a country
is tho result o( purchases of articles of
luxury, whloh perish In tho using, (he
fact shows that such country is spend
ing its nroflts or going into dchtiin
prodtieUvcly. The imports lhv tint
past year into (ho Uultett fcStulca show
that our people have boon lurgely en
gaged In tho economical folly of Im
porting luxuries, and have thus turned
the balance ngainut us. For example,
in tho ten months which ended Octo
ber 81, the Imports of silk goods
amounted to $71, W8,W1, against $10.
08L808 for tho wuno period In 1881.
This ts but one Item out of it large
number by which the aggregate In
crease of imports for tho year 1882 ex
ceeded those of 1881 by about $100,000,
000, Tho balance of trade, which war.
In 1881 In otir favor by $J03, 880,070,
was at tho end of ten months of the
present year hi ,101,sa against us. Ac
this balance was so lurgely for luxuries
It Is pleasant to think It will not con
tinue. It would be pJcasauler, how
ever, if the cbamro wcic tho result of
the economical Judgment of Uiapcoiihj
iiiMii'nu oi imprcucuMoii oi legislative;
dlsttirbaiice.AV. Loul JUjmtsiiIS
Envelopes M-crodrst used Jn 18110.' ' . J Mi
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