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THE GAZETTE: TOUT WORTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11.
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mtract existing between this
Id myself requires me to settle
frery Saturday lor nil papers de
b subscribers In tho city, hence
fllier collect every week or at
fce n month. iNo accounts will
Ld from the old to tho nuw
Fvnn ilo not nav nn vour na-
tic stopped forthwith. Parties
lie citv every month must
l.uigmcnts for the family to
J AS. T. Mi:t.tox,
1VEH THE CITY.
items From All Quarters.
i Alford Arrested for Theft.
passenger coach as far north ns f
set) leaves Fort Worth at 7:.10 a.
set) leaves Fort worm at 7:.10 a. m.,
passes Decatur at 12:15, and reaches
Wichita Faun at 7:4J p. m. Itcturn
ing, leaves Wichita Falls nt 8 n. m.
passes Decatur at 4:30 p. in. nml ar
rlTes In Fort Worth at 8 p. in.
It Is worthy of notice that the
records of tho Fort Worth nml Denver
show no accident which cost the life
of n single passenger or employe,
either In the construction or operation
of tho line. In keeping un its track
tind roadbed expense Is n secondary
Jedgc liccklinm took up
renty Years Honry
Bones Dug Up.
docket yesterday and did a good day's
State of Toxas vs. Nat Thomas.
Charge, gaming, fined $25.
State vs. Henry Gray, gaming, lined
Henry Heed, keeping and exhibiting
gaming bank, lined ?20.
Don Adams, keeping and exhibiting
gaming bank, lined f23.
G. H. Day, selling on Sunday, lined
Joe Collins, gaming, ilnod $23.
A motion was made to grant Nick
Stltle n now trial, but tho court over
ruled it. Stltlo was lined last week
for permitting cards to bo playod in his
The readers of the Ga.itttk will re
member that several days ago Hen.
Freiberg, esq., of Cleburne, was ar
rested on a charge of soiling whisky nt
wholesale without u special license,
and that ho was released on n bond of
$2,500. Yesterday United State Com
missioner 0. S. Kennedy heard the
testimony in tho case, when ho dis
missed the caso ngniust Mr. Frelberc.
The evidence was conclusive that less
than llvo gallons of liquor was con
tained iu each keg sold, and tho law
will hold anyone guiltless who sells
four gallons, three and one-half quarts,
three gills and a thimble full. Mr.
Freiberg was congratulated on his ac
Itcktcni ht liy the Woman AVlio
Him for that Act.
Street Railway Extonsion.
itonllnll llio Hull nt Uecutur,
fecial train to Decatur this
twill probably take out at lcasi
fples of knights and ladies.
DiumUsinncr's court yesterday
In n number of claims which
Sup tho business, when the
sold chain was rallied at
iwnid&Co's last night, and
; by Mr. McConnell, who had
thrown lor mm.
wagon yards were crowded
tons last mgiH. A. numucr
rs with corn, cotton, etc., are
lity, so trade will probably be
lie life of the Gakitttb It
see how Mr. Leaehman fis
fbe up at3 o'clock in the morn-
tlus to send oil the uautti:
iusands of readors.
Ilea and Gnrrcttnon arrested
ramps late Tuesday night who
en twenty-four hours to leave
r go to work, several of tneni
Atlic pick and shovel for the
jrks company. iTI
ty Uleric fewayne on yesterday
e following marriage lieenses:
ay and llss M. JS. Drlskill.
Shadesjand Mrs. Eli.abeth
, Keenon and Miss Marion
kiatrimonial market seems to
i upward tendency.
force of hands were busy
Ry digging tno trenches on
street for tho ater mains.
filches aro threo feet clurlit
weep. Tho pipe layers have
ja point about half way up the
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uvi iii u hi niu i ii ji un,) 1111:11;
jun-nve men at woric ditching
fcuty to thirty putting in the
Id hauling the mains whore
A number of sections of pipe
Bterday placed on Main street
i' irst and becond.
SI31AX Wiialky. Mr. Geo.
hinnn, niuiliug clerk "Fort
postolllce, to Miss Maggie E.
at too residence ol tho uriuo'H
B. J. Wlialcv. in Marshall nt
Ik. January 10th.
Lzi:tti: congratulates Us ac-
latlng young friend on his
tion and flin lnvelv hriiln on
Ivon go bravo a husband. May
loajouiney tluotigh life with
io mar tho joy ol the begin-
J. O. Harbour esq. of St. Louis was
In the city yesterday.
Hill lUce, one of Terrell's energetic
citizens, is in the city.
W. M. Melton, esq., has gone to
Cleburne on legal business.
A. C. McDonald of Estacado, Crosby
county, is in the city on business.
F. M. Houts, a well known stock
man of Wise county, was in the city
J. P. Illggins of Lampasas, a promi
nent cattleman, visited tho GA'.irrro
Mr. T. Carb and his bride, nrc Miss
Ilattie Knliu, have returned from their
Hon. John D. Templeton is now at
torney general, us will lie seen from
the Gazkttij's Austin special.
Humor lias it and nretty correctly
too, that Mr. Dave Godwin has gone to
Kentucky alter a wife and will soon
J. J. Owens of Kansas City is pros
pecting in this section of thostatowlth
the intention of going into tho cattle
AV. L. Graves, representing the
Stock Journal Publishing Company,
returned from the west yesterday, and
left this morning for Cleburne and
other points on the Gulf, Colorado and
Captain Jasper Hays, who has been
away for some time visiting the scenes
of his childhood, has returned to the
city looking younger, and in good
health. The captain reports having
had a giod time, but says there is no
place like Texas.
ftST-At the Tivoli Hnll.-n
Vienna sausago and horse raddish,
Imported Swiss and Llmburger
Russian caviar, Hamburg eels,
imported Holland Milcher herring,.
Pickled pig's feet and tongues,
Ncufehatellcr and hand cheese,
Imported Cervelat sausage,
Lamb's tongues, etc., always fresh at
Wholesale and retail.
1 3 '83 3 mos
The Purest Beverage
Fort Worth Meeting.
fuosduv after the first Monday
Ih Is tho day .appointed for tho
;oi uic northwest Texas Mtocic
Assoelation. and Fort Worth
tlty chosen for 18S3. Several
6s have been niiulo coneernlnir
appointed, and although wo
counlo of months to nrenare
e it every indication that our
i aim resident stocumeu win
Ml visitors welcome, ond do
vel best to make them feel at
If nnv ono siinnoqcs Fort
Mil not spread herself on the
they aro badly mistaken.
Ilreot Ivnilway Extension.
tr Hiifliunn. eso.. informed a
Native of tho Gazihti:, yester-
ani woik would ue resumed.
on the extension of the street
lrom Ihi'jk street out Weath-
street to n oolnt bovond tlie
If tho Gulf. Colorado and Santa
iu as Dr. Jackson's residence.
k'ontleinan stated farther that if
hentllno paid, the probability
h comnanv would build on the
ide, running out to Droadway
inneetlnir with tho other line at
It of Mid it street.
Try It! Try It!
Reader, vou should go at once to
your druggist and get a 2o cent box of
HnowN's Aunica Sai.vi:. If it fails
once to cure any burn, old sore, ulcer,
frost bite or inilamed soro eyes, your
druggist will return your money.
Positively warranted. For sale by T.
W. Powell, E. M. Wells, L. N. RruiiH
wig. G. W. Dashwood and G. G. Pate,
M. D.. Foith Worth. Texas.
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Any one desiring to purchase good
atuctual Now York cot, will lo well
to call at once as wo shall positively
oloe our stoic on the 2oth of January.
A. tt J3. MlTTKNTIIArj,
Ml-15 Now York Store
A. J. Willis, proprietor of the Intel
ligenco otllco, has moved horn his old
stand on Main sheet to corner of
Main and Weaiherford streets, tiver
Jones & Tucker's grocery stoic. Any
busincj cut i listed to his care will be
attended to with promptness.
San Francisco, January C. Miss
Fannto Baldwin, who shot 12. J. Bald
win, known ns "Lucky" Duldwin, in
this city, yesterday, claims to bo n
cousin of "Lucky," ami that Mr. Bald
will had wronged her and cast her
ndrift. Mr. Bnldwin denies tho rc
lntionehlp, nud nays the (Irst time he
saw her was n few days ago, when she
applied to him for money to pay for
her life lnsumneo, Hiving she would
commit suicide and thus bequeath a
fortunu to her mother and sister.
She gives ns reasons for
the shooting: I camo from
Oregon, where my father and
other relatives nre. My mother died
some two or three years ago. Hero I
met Baldwin, who is a cousin of mine,
Ho gave men position as teacher on
his ranch nt Santa Anna. I after ward
came to this city, where h succeeded
in accomplishing my ruin. Some
months ago 1 went to Oregon, but
again returned here nud sought Mr.
Baldwin for assistance. I have been
stopplug at the Buss House, and for
several weeks have vainly endeavored
to H ml employment. A few days ago,
being again refused assistance, 1 de
termined to do something. I should
have killed hhu long ago. I should
have killed hlniin Los Angeles county,
He did not seduce me, he used force,
and theru is whero I made a mistake.
1 should have spoken and vindicated
my honor then, Instead of crying My
self Insane, lshothlni where 1 In
tended to shoot him. I never missed
n mark In my life. I am a good shot.
I could have killed him If 1 had
wanted to, and I ought to have killed
him. Ho has ruined mo and driven
mo cra.y. If 1 had wanted to kill
him I could have come up behind him
and put my pistol to his back. The
sympathy of the public? Is all with
the girl. A man who knew her in
Oiegon says that she graduated from
Forest Grove University in that state,
and was regarded as a quiet and highly
cultured lady. Her relatives are re
spectable, nud sho had never doue
anything improper. A day or two
ago she called upon this man and told
him that she had been on a visit homo
for medical treatment. On being
asked what ailed her, sho icplled: "I
am out of my head," at the same time
placing her hand upon her breast.
She said she was not going to live long
and Intimated suicide. Mr. Baldwin
earned thenlckname"lucky" from the
manner in which he acquired his
great wealth. Twenty years ago he
Mas an honest miner, delving into the
bowels of tho Conistock for Ills dally
bread. He, with a party of friends,
staked out a claim and settled down
on it 1th nothing to speak of but faith
to work on. Nobody consldeied the
claim worth a second thought, but
Baldwin kept on sinking his shaft,
and wokc up one morning with mil
lions In sight. Then the miners culled
him "Lucky" Daldwin. He has had
a remarkable career. Going to San
Francisco, ho associated himself with
such men as Senator Sharon, Ralston,
of the California bank. Flood and
O'Brien, of the Nevada bank, and bet
tor known as tho bonanza kings, Lath
am and others. Being a lgucious, and
above all "lucky," he having plenty
of funds at command, he soon made
for himself a name on California
street, whero the old stock exchange
stood. His operations were as bold as
those of Keene's in luter years, and It
was not long before ho was at dagger's
point with tiio boiiiui.n firm, but, with
Ills universal good luck, generally
worsted them. His fortune a few
years ago was estimated at $20,000,000.
About lour years ago he built the
JJaldwin Hotel and opera house, the
finest hotel west of tho Mississippi,
although much smaller than the
Palace. Tom Moguirc, tho veteian
California manager, has always
managed the opera house, although
Baldwin has sunk vast Hums in keep
ing It up. Ho put up petroleum gas
works lor the exclusive use of his hotel
and theatre. It blew up and killed
one or two nnd wounded others. He
built it again. It tcrok him months to
set thencrmit from theuuthoritics.and
he built it in tho face of tho protests of
tho cntiie population, it was nt his
hotel that Mr. Baldwin met mid mar
ried his second wife, a beautiful woman,
who lived two years only. "Lucky"
Baldwin's career since his acqui
sition of wealth has been as
checkered and eventful as In the foity
iilnes. His daughter, a lovely girl, ran
away fioin her first husband, Snyder,
and he procured a divorce from her.
She subsequently married Iludd
Doblo, tho noted horse-trainer, but
sho did not mend her ways, and Doblc
separated lrom her. Soon nfterhis big
lio'el was complit d, JJaldwin was
sued by a young woman, Vianic Mc
Corinnck, whom ho had employed to
sew on tapestries, for $10,000 for breach
of promise and seduction.
Captain Gilroy, who left San Fran
cisco nlouo Inu cockle-shell boat of 1 J
tons burden, August 2(1, for Australia,
0,000 miles away, was hailed by an in
ward bound steamer in November, ail
The New York Sun has a sensible
subscriber, who wishes tho paper u
happy New Year, and writes: "There
can bo no question that the San Is ed
ited with a higher order oi jiitigmcn)
than any paper I have read. It was
tho first that hns absolutely refused
to accept any of my contributions.
When it did that I felt it was worthy
of my hearty support.
r, COHBAD ii CO'S
Hi b Beer
jprosHiblo "Cannon Hull."
t nliiinttit.i.n.,. rn ,, .-..tlii
rt Worth and Denver City, will
r increase its fuel it cm tor naa-
travel. bv u elmniro of schedulel
e audition of a mixed train, uu
er Sunday next, January nth,
(nail and exnresa leaves Wichita
It ti o'clock a, in., and arrives in
"nn ai iy noon, jteionijug.
here at 2:30 p. in. and arrives at
rails nt 8:30 p. in. Hy
tnrrangeinent passenger can
Vlchlta Falls iu tho morning,
pvo hours and moro for the min
or business hero and be in
fa Falls tho same-night by half
nlxed train (which tnrrlcB a
Lund for Sale.
Flvo hundred acres of good prulrio
land for Kile at a sacrifice will only bo
on tho moikct u few days. Call on
Tldball. VunZandt & Co., agents for
E. A. Blount. 1-11-lw
II I w ' '
The children often get burned or.
bruised. Bitow-vs Ahxica Sai.vius
warranted to cure at once. Twentv
fivo cents. For sale by T. W. Powell,
E: M. WclK L. N. Brunswig, G. W.
Dashwood and G. G. Pate, M. D
Foi t Woi th, Texa. 1-1 ld&wtf
For repairing of all kinds, go to
Keller's carriage manufactory, Throck
morton street, near corner of second
11 M nodfrey, Mr Ul.-clii, MIkk Molllo ItlK
slUfc, Miss Kallio KU'Kliif. Wliltf sboro; J H
Dunn, llrnrlrttu: O Outiiljr, Athcno: K 1.
Ourtily, Forney: U McCallen. Uu1tIIIc; Jl
W'leticuf. Terrell: U Jl liond, Decatur; J O
Hull. T i H 11; V J Pelin, Uowlc W II l'ork,
s I' li it; r i; Murlott-, city; U w William,
Port Worth; MQuiun, J likner, Ilruriuttn;
Wr.Hnll, VMim JfmtUI. N 1' Turner, Gal
veston; A K MpMortb, WIho county;
K ) llnye. r I) W nn, Kort Worth; J V .Jur
rett. Valley Mills-. Will I I.emomi. w A- AU
mm, niownwnoJ; H HHlierworxl.l'llot l'olnt,
V II Hant-eunit iwmily, Iluntsvlue, Missouri:
J I. Ilmrott, J'l '-u; J K 'JIioimah, HulrU; J
V Hlei'lionsji) MelCeeuon, clly.
Rev, R. S. Tfeust, IJmMtoii(Tx9,
riAVH! "JjrOWnn iron Jnuureiiuwii
of great bent-fit to
Miinsion Hotel for Kent.
Tho above named house is ollercdjfor
rent. Time, thice to five years, with
n sale of tho furniture. Fifty beds,
nnd will booh hnvo forty-flve rooms
finished; thlrty-Mx futnlBhed wltli
tho necessary"' furniture (or hotel pur
poses; a good artesian well; laundry,
with servants room; a brick cook
room with cook range, stnko broiler,
iiaslrv stove etc.; dining room, capac
ity six tablet, sealing fifty persons nt
ono time, with side tnbles, etc.
Further Information can ho hud by
addressing W. W Dunn, proprietor.
None need npply unless they can give
satisfactory references, together with
good security for performance of con
tract. Tho house is well known and
has a good name, as well as a llrst-rate
My object Is to citlargo the capacity
of tho house to one hundred rooms.
Ground sufficient; no better location foi
such a houso hi the city. It is on
Main nnd Fourth streets 200 feet,
40 feet on Rusk streetthe ainlu cen
ter of tho city.
Now is tho thno to mnko n good
start. Flvo railroads running Into the
city, and nfbro to bo built.
W. W. Dunn. Prop.
Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 7th, 1882.
Twenty good cow ponies, well broke
and good condition, 14 to 15 hands
high, at tho City Wagon Yard.
JanylMw II. AV. llot.or.K. Prop.
novr vnrles. A mnrtM at
a nml wiiniommiciKwi. More
nn the cnllniirv Uluus. mill
cjilinot ho m1iI In eonipelilloii with tlin tuut
tltuilaor low test, ulutrl volnlit, uluin or
))liOfiiiinto powilcn. VW nfy Ot iviiii, H6v
AI. lUKtNd l'owiiKU Co., 10(5 WallKtreot, Now
A. M. Hwmreif,- fret, iww(
Tre. 8, W. LoilAX,
The City N
4 " -flSMf1
OF FORT WORTH.
Capital and Ssrplas $165,W.
A Regular Banking Busin'eil
Iu rII lta hrinobri. ttuniutpiMt
Exchnnce boucht Atul kolil. aim! rrrtu. i. 4
imulo on nil ncwwllilo Dolnis. Urawaiii.hira
ncceisllua iiulnta. UrnwH HlghtfflA
KiiKlniul, Irclnnil, Knvnro, ror. W
it, Itnly, uenmnrkwcdcu nml '
t)onnell, Xvwson A-Blmion, New 'York
Valley Nnitonid Hunk, Ht, I.oul, Mo,, im.
porters' nml Trmlors' Nntloiml linnk, Mew
York; KtrRtNiiUoiml nnnk.diitveston.TDXHKt
What aro the wild wai-os a saying,
Brother, from morning till night.
Sister, aro you so hard of hoaring,
Tho waves speak with forco and
They say that the suit I now am wearing
ts a marvel in neatness and fit,
And that Washor & August are the
' "bosses." ;v
Health and Vitality to All
KKCOMMEXMil) HY ALL
We aro satisfied in
will not nronoimcu
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Lonyioiiow, isrviiM, cic, utii mo puiiiic win rcaiiuy nppreciuie our cuoi'is w lien wo say Hint vo lii'iir
a uiuiiuu iusvrilHul as lollows:
our own minds that our poetical cU'usioiis aro oxtromoly udizv,J and (hat efitlwf
nco tliom un to the shtnuard luaintaiuod by suoli hards as Slinkosppiu'o, Byroil,' I
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE.
To Be Had Ettywlw
lie it in writing nootry or in selling goods our aim is to provide something to please and interest each
and all of the human family, lint we whirled out to say something, and we want to whisper in your
ear for a moment hefore we quit. List, oh, list! Y) aro disposing of the remainder of our winter
Stock at an enormous saeritlee, and you owe it to yourself to call and examine our prices on
OVERCOATS, SUITS, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Oixtfitters for e,ll B3I ai n Isl i ix cl,,
58 HOUSTON STREET.
TRADE SUl'PIilHl) J1V
on k Mm
A New Year'' day festivity in a
Phllmlelphiti hotel was a chime for a
L'reased nig. The cellar of the building
wasusect lor the sport, and all tho par
ticipaiitb, except tbo jilg, were blind
folded and their handn iKivcred with
lard. Had tbo pig not crawled into a
ban el and given one of the men a Hiiro
thing on catching him by up-ending
tho barrel tbo game would not yet bo
Bamo lady of ludluuapollri. 1ml.,
voting, It" la 'to bo presumed, wno Hlgnu
herself "A Coiihtant U wider," luia
written to a Cincinnati paper unking
"how long a lady would have to live
lu the state of Ohio to enable her to be
legally married ueeordlug to tho laws
of that Mate?"
Derangement of the liver, with con
stipation, injure the complexion, in
duce pimples, hallow Bkln, etc. Ite
movo Iho cau to by using Carter's Lit
tle Liver Pills. Ono u (ipse. Hold at
wholesale by D. X. Drunswlg.
For Sale or Kent.
Wio county Bchool lands, for hatse
or Bulo j four leuguea in Ilattkell county.
Applv to O. Ii. ricKirrr,
li i tf County Judgo Wlfco Co.
JE. Otitzmnn'a iMirber hop is ro--moved
to Afain utrcet, next door to
Itarradull'ti drug store, Call ami have
your work done lit A rtrnt-oluwj barber
hop. Jan ,'tt
Go to Kellcr'8 for your wagons, bug
glea nnd other vehlclcH. 10-13-tf
And remember tho grand clearing
sale of $20,000 worth of men and boy's
clothing, hats, caps and gent's furnish
ing goods, regartlteM of valtto ; lasts
only thirty days. These goods must
bo sold even at auction prices. Peo
ple's Clothing House. No. 13, Main
strceO E. W. llnrrs.
1 :i 2vkn
A Pittsburg firm has employed a
Chinaman as book-keener, and uur
ono who leccivesa statement from that
concern will undoubtedly bo
thoroughly scared. Lowell Citlsm.
NOTICE IN PKOHATK.
HTATK OP Ti:XAH,l
Toiill iicrKins Intortrnti-il In llm i-HUiloofw.
M. WitHiiliiiriic, ilt'o'nt.cilj II. O. KvmiN, ml
niliiUtiiilor ot Niiltt i-hiutu. lias lllml
lu (he County fmm or Tirnnt t-ounly,
mi lU'ioiint fur llniil hettlutnctitiil llninilniln
iHiintlou or tlinuKiiitnnftmlit ilccoili'iil.ulili'li
will lie liennl at tint msxt ti'iin of fntii rourt,
commencing on tho tlilrtt .Monthly In.Iiiuli
nry, INSI. tit tho t'nurt Uiiiiko tlii'ii'iir, In tho
City of Tori Woi Hi, nt ivlilch little till iorn(itm
lutorrxtt'tl in niiIiI ostulo tuny mieiir mill
omiciil thnwiiuu If Ihoy M-e pnipi'i.
Unik-iI '-"Jil ihiy of IK-cutulicr, IMJ.
WitneHR, Jno. V, Hwuyiii', t'loric of Kidil
,,. . Court, anil tho foul (Ix-'eof, nt of.
U H, llr-o, In llmHiy nfl'oit Worth, thu
l ''Sililtiyol Doii'inliiT, IKS.'.
.IMJ K HWAVNH,
Connty Clprlt, Tun'mit Countj, Toxivb.
T. L. Miller Co.,
IlUIIDKM AKO iMrDBTZU Ot
BKKcnen, "" Will Co., f iLLiKeiff
FORT WORTH, TEXAS
Infants ana Cliildren
Without Morphine or Norootlan,
Wltat cItm our CbDilrm ror eiiw Vt,
Wit turt tbtlr ferer. moke Hit nt tlecjij
Wucn nalilo fn-t, ond cry lj ttiini,
Wlivt turn) be! r colic. LIIU lliclr wmvu.
Wlmt tjulrkly tauM Ctentllpall'm,
hour Swnuclj, CoIJi, lnilljKtJoii :
Farm el I then to Morplihie tjmii,
C'Jitor O'l And I'Hf iBrlc, nil
Contnnr Liniment. Am w
UWbk enre for Kheuatl?
1m mmIImaUmc , ,
Citation No. 2,545.
2'j Vm fiiieiltT or tiny (imtfnhtc o Uimm
You aro htuoljy loininiiliilotl Hint, hy null;
illKPUlillcjltUlll ol UllK rlllllltlll iu MMtlei IIOWN
I m ii; r ihiIjIIcIhmi In the I'uutiiy of Tiirinui
Htiiln ol 'Iii.mik, for lour (iiiim'i utl n uooIch
jiionIoui to Uiu mturii tiny thereof, nu huiii'
iiiiiii Wlllhnii M. llobliinin, xvhoxu iiiHlilcn.'i
In unknown, lo lio nml iipinniv ln'turo Iho
noxLlurni of t Im illnti lot court, tohli hohli'u
within ntiil lor the enmity of Tim mil, nl tho
rourt hoiihu Him oof, lu thn illy of 1'ott
Win lli,on llio m.' until Monthly iillnr thiinv.
)iul Moiiiluy lu Nosomlmr, A, 1)., lbH2, llii-n
utiil tlioro tontiMur thn pctlltou of Ilohiul
Toonih, llh'il Iti until fouitoil thu 7tll (hiv of
ucein Imr, A. !., IbSJ, tiKiiliiHl Dili wihl Wlh
1 1 it in M. llohliiKiui, unit iiIU-kIuk In MihMuiita
iih followH, to wit: 'Hint on llui iOlli ilny ol
I-Vlirunry, l-Vi, the hoitnl of himl t-njiiiiilH-
KlOlHTHOf ril.lttlM'Oltllt,TlllH, iHHllL'tl lll-lllh
light cvitllluilu No. I'll for Ilin line of liinil
Id M. li. TrlluhlR, hhhIkiii-u of Wlllliim .M,
ltohltiMin; thnl on tho 2ilh iho of .Iuiii-i
1S.VI, thu xiihl M. 1,. Triinhlc.
for n viiluuhla (oiinIiU rutlon, illil
sell, tiuiiKfur mill Hct own- 10 it, (J, Ottlctt,
lt.'iooniliintiil (I. V. Cnnsfoiil nil IiIh iluht,
lltlu, chiltn nud Ititcn-Ht lu nnii to wild IiimuI
rlchl (-oitlllintn No, If 11 liuiuliilu-roio ilinn
tloiicil, Mhhth w iih duly lultttiMvldlitril ou tho
iii 1 1 ilny of .liiiic, IK'ji, licloro tho iiitiuiy elm Ic
of liuxiir nullity, Tuxiw, mid locoiiloil lOHi
Ht'ptcinhijt, IWI, in Tminiit votitily, In book
M of ricotit ofilt'ciU, iiiiilrti-iwoitlt'd lu 'Inr
lunt county ou thu Hth ilny of Uin'omluT,
IK7K, In book h, piigoftV), luiu'ilril pi iIcmIsj
Unit HltbH-iitaiil to D-ilil '.Till (lay or.Tunc, IK.V).
Vuhl Cutlatt, XouuihK mid Crawford louili-il
mill rurtllk'nlr upon mirvoy .No. 71 In Tumult
eipinO i on tint Ti lull y Hl or, nboui nilliw
iiotlliwi'Ht lrom Koil Woilh; fhnloii thu l'th
day of Mn.v, IViti, tlutiHlnlo oi"l exits Iwmi'tl u
lllllflllt JfO. IJW.-I, VlilllllM) 17. lo Htlllt Idllll lo
Willlmu M, llohliihon; that wild piilorit
mIiuiiIiI hnMi been iKniicd to thu Hilil l.ntlt tt,
loomim nnd Crnw lord! thnl tho Iwniimno oi
Mild uiKnt iinioiwilii: uuilor the ln, In
n rod tollii'iiflltornilill'iitli'lt,'J'ootiibNtuid
Cimh lord, nnd luivlnu' Umiod to (ho Mild Itoli
liiHon tiHiifi)roKiiid,(iisOtii cloud upon plain
1)11)4' title. 'Hint hIiiki tho IbkUiiiko Ol hi Id
pnloiil mid ti nn for of cilltl (-citlthulo, tin'
MiliKullottniid Hiofiild Ciinvfniil Imvo both
tU'ltatUil tliinlilo.tini) tliu jtlnlul I ir lnr'l it litis
purohiiKi'il tho Intoreta of Iho liclts of III"
wild II. (Mutlelt nnd tho wild (. W. Man
ford, mid fur n vulu'ililoum'ihlt.nitloii, nit tin
Hllld hoilHIlfoKlKllIll IlilVO llllUll., IU (Kill I'd Utlll
iloll.urvd to this pliiliillit'uiirnint duds lo
llivlr Intonut lu Mild I itid; that plulntllln
liimipoH'it'sMoU of mtlil liitnl, Ituse jinld tho
luxes Ihorooii, tile. Wlmrcroro, iilitiiillit
pmyHjiidKUii-nl; Ih itlhui'loud am upon hi"
tltln ho ruiiiowtl, thnl nil tlilo nut ot nld
Wlllbiin.M. Hobliison, mid w-Htliiu title lu loo
Hlniplii luiilid to mid IuiiiU pi pjiilullir, hl
heirs nnd iisuluits lotovci.oo'ihiDf unit, to
Herein full not, but orthlt duo uiltiu iiuiuu,
tth your return thrivon, Khun Inst how you
Inn i.viii ntpil llm kiuilil.
WltnoHHt J, M. Jlitiiuhj,, dork of tlfu
illutrlet imirt if Tiirninl rotlnl V.
""- - T."- -. ' '" ,--r--T ... ,
-. iiivun iimtcr my iimui una inn koiii
, 1 of until tout tut oiiU-ulu Iho city of
'j i on woriii.inu.. iiioiin any ot uir.
" icinucr, a, i ic.
.1. M n VltTHiaCI,!!,
Clerk Dlotrlct Court, Tiirrniit Co., 'Vox.
Qi.iVMtH. KhK.Ni-ii,rhi(uM!'H Aiiortiiy.
N'otii a is cUen Unit 1 will minis1
IMnluruof liiiihliitnor 'If.MiH tluitls
In lo oon.
....'. .:u ,....... ...... ., ...i...,..., i.. .............. i...
UJII1 OU lliu VI.OIIIi J IIL'tun 111 Ulllllllll i I lll,
for tin; purs ),'() ol nil u( 1 10 rololld l l.'.l'l pnlii
Intotlii) htiitn trdiKiuy In io pnj incuts, on
to-wlt: April IC, I17H nlld Mn I'l, KM),f)il tntr
vtyNo. '-' inndo hy vitno of hind mlp No.
SI--.-I1, ISKiti'd to tlie d, A..v 51. t). It. It, li), for
0I) iti-iTS. mid ltti.i(td iu 'i'lirriirit loilnty
iiIkiuI 11 nillos houlh of KorL Worth. 'I ho
pny moms limlnirbotn nimlo hy inoundor tho
implosion Hint It wun Ktiilonhool Imid.mid
It hud pilar lo Iho dult-s of pioiui'iiU licon
pntonied to (ho lulls of Honry l.nlio, die
ii'iiH'd. 'lli Jiiunnry I, lgtt).
The renders of tho (lAZirrrii coiisu
Its columns for tho latest, nuwu frton
nil pails of the M'orld, nnd hh tip: hob
day hcitHOii ajiproaches limy expect 1 he
ClAxrrrri: lo tell them that they o in
Now London Tiiiycr TtnlshiH,Scnl
Ichh ltalslns, (JurraiiUi, (Jltion,YJMtti"i
C'hcrrlcH, sweet iiiidsoiiiid,Mliicelevi,
Krull, Ihittcr, ThurhMMlloHoy, 1'ifrn'
leet, plain and mixed Pickles frt"h
and nifo, ,
Wholo and irrotuhl sulci") of oviuy
kind, stiiclly pure. The tlnt'st rteun
mpoiieu. Tlio beht Dnuius oi lonsteu
Tho finest French candles. Ciiraiueis
of nil kinds, .lulllcs In tin, also In glnc
sets, Preset cs, Jains, Olives, Altiligoetf
etc., elc. J '
Canned goods from CnllforiilaJfow
Orleans. Haltlmoro, New York-ii ml
St. lioulsof oveiy variety.- i-"
The iliiest NowOi-lcaii-jnndlipHh-ern
sugar hoiiso iiiolnsrv-) nhdmilple
Oninbcnles, LcnioiiHt Ornngcdx
i-onniita, Apples, Figs, J'iiiiicHi Hor-sO-radish
All of the above nrtlelcsantl luouy
othcrH lower thuli at any nthcihoiiVi in
Fort Woi Hi
at tho Fancy Grocery
Combs, Read & Co,
INTIfE BKU"V'f Bt.lhW -
Wcwihh to ni'Y, jji'.i.ivj:m:i) at
St. Louis, lO.fKKJ'JoNS
ft i which we will pay the highest
irketpilce. Address, '
A. J J AlAVUIl,
12th Bticet, fit.
1011 lo 1022 North
Louis, 3Io., or L. Daer, Fort AVotth,
i i i i i hut,
A lingo cinnamon beurlucera1euuil
lore George Jiarker near Leadvllle lact
winter! J)r. W. IC, Leonard ldt "1
em od bis cniel wounds with two hi h
Of. BjtOWN'B AltNK'A BAhVa' ttlld
WITHOl'T A KOAlt,1' Vou SllOuldjl'-y
a box of Hfown's Arnica dv,u lw'v.v
in the house; ltiMnibvWhUliinjiUP
nml Iu-uIh whenever tho skin in urpKcn,
If your drugijlht does .not JiiiVi .
semi !i3 cents lu slamiia lo the Uruwn
.icdii'ino uonipany, war i-vj'
Kiiiiwih. and thev wl 11 seiui w ,
rflnrit mull. For Halo by "I.
Woi tli, Texas.
'owell. J3. M. Wells, L. N. Vrtimvlg,
K W. bash wood ifnd 0-'V'll?"xA
LixliuM Aid Asiocln tlb' .
Andrewa' Ladle AhAjwJa-
tip..i..u'.i.... i m.ikt tfi4mm
deiico of the liul V1.Sv.Vi&
JuighV cornel' Fourth wnl-jltftf
Ol' TKXA8. )
t'lllISTir (I1T.III1IAM-. f
Tii nil ihTroiik Intproklol In (!iendiolnl)lm
lion of lltijontiito of J', M, fnoii-, iXtttwtsU
'Jurmnt tnuniy. mi uccouiit uf lllml, ioiJU
mint of tha cunht or wild tlt-Juf. uliltn
Mill lMMiettnlatthunext lfrmrBlil wuirt,
which n III comineiiMi Januury is, Wft i ;j
Worth, nl width tluib nil PorooH in'ertMMtl - -
lii tulUistiaiti nmy wn-itt' .9lsei JKl -
w.ito ii my.mmi0& mF"mja:, "
, yw..,t . :.Jyri-"3V'7 I
titeiiiier itn, r."3Fi
t ii k or Miti mc Sf ! K
iodisa. ih iiwetor tut
w"1- tJ,J 'v r
til fjinl u
All stnuigejfe nie oofdlally ly
JLG.L. VQH a, Ajiiyr
T.LllJj Aid AUkMiMiloii. MSlW?..
nan trt. tWJt IWIIV, '
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g rr . . ;) i
Th fliwit vmrttom
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