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THE GAZETTE : JfORT WORTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAKUARY 18.
A BABY BRIBE.
..I in i " ,
Tale of thfc 'Wedded Life of Pran
ois A. DiUlor.
u Cured by 1'atciit Mcdlclun Mnn
Who Mantes Her.
.svltle, Jnuunry 15, Tho Com-
j published tiielouovYliigBtniugo
About two wccKS ngo n very
family moved Into the nctgh-
hoi Vjaiiiinniii iniuiiiw;uusiitv.Ki.
culeil a few rooms in tho second
f a house threo (loci's norm ot
Tho nrailiy consistou
nlilurlv-Iooklnir woman, a
nun ami alittloglrl about cloven
i.l. Thov woro noor-looklnir.
iclr strange actions excited tho
oils of the ncigiiuors. tho nine
a kont very close, una seemed
tillke any other little girl. Sho
late In her manners, retircu, ot
rds and very inciaiicuoiy. ller
stilrlt seemed to be welKticti
v ,nnio terrible nrcsure. Sho
aiighed or played as other little
I her age. Though well formed
scsmmI ot striking beauty, there
otal absence of spirit in her eye
ntenauce. Sho was continually
with hor doll, and soukiic tho
of older people. Tho attention
Imilv was attracted to her, and
interest in the history ot the
was developed. Uurlous old
in tho neighborhood would
o girl oh", and then, by wily
lg, endeavor to draw from her
iory of her strango tamily. Hut
tiroved too sham for their tricks.
a nlways oil the aleit and In
ly parried oil their attempts to
ny Inlormation lrom nor. isy
cans or oinor a rumor was oir-
that the old man hud
strange connection with
llttlo eirl. Numerous
ports weio circulated also, but
i alone seemeci 10 muitu an nu-
!h upon the minds of the nelgh-
ulKiow irom day to nay, ami
assumed such magnitude than
ronk was inevitable. The men
ned to investigate the matter
lives, but their wives, deeming
Iclions as uuwholsomo for tho
nd auict of tho neighborhood.
mnn a bettor nlan. and yester-
brmed Otflccra Diefenbacli and
1 of their sufanlcions. They de-
Id lo Investigate the matter, and
tgft man and littlo girl under ar-
hey were taken to uiuy street
mill llir, lrnoiinr whs ilist ulium-
is pencil to register their names
a woman rusneu m
t of breath, bhe claimed
e mother of the child. J u her
le held a piece of paper which
ided to tho station-Keeper, tho
vns unrolled, when, to tho
"orror of all those present it was
red to be a marriage certincate.
the date or Jj'euruary -JX, ias.
tided that the rites of ruatri-
ere legally soleninr.ed between
A. Ditsler and Emily D.
The marriage took placo in
y in 'nuire atepnens' omcc,
ccrtiucato uore uis signaiure.
eail aloud, and all present were
V diiinoiouiiueu. tho pencil
from the station-keeper'K
and the prisoners were
1. Tho old man
d ids youthful wife
s arms and carried her home.
a ridiculous and pitiable sight.
m is a noor rake ol a leilow,
brty years old, with long black
ml a lull uear that gives
(peculiarly wild and idiotic look.
i is scaiceiy eiuven years old.
ISbn childish of her age, were it
the feeling of matrimony that
es and smothers the exuber-
f life and spirit common to one
age. .A. reporter ot tne vommev-
islted their home yesteidiiy
)on. A lew knocks on u kind of
;Oor that opened at the head ot a
ulicular (light of steps biought a
so ot come m, mat souiuicu
dirge coming from the catu
of Egypt. The great door was
and the reporter then stood In
itchen. Tho mother-in-law was
ng oyer the htove. cooking some
l for supper. The lazy husband
on a beii in ono corner ol the
, lubbing his eyes with both lists
mso away me arowisuess ot a
t nap. His littlo wile, perched
a chair, was nursing a uou. tub
er took a seat and began to inter
file husband, opening with tho
this your wifo, Mr. Ditsler?"
ug to tho littlo girl on the chair.
ion did you marry nerv"
e 28th of last February."
s she any conception ol the ro-
that cxibt between you anu
can't bay that sho has. She
t calls nio nana and I always
fcr Emily. Hcr.mother gives lier
K lecture every morning upon
id life and the relations that
to exist between man and wife."
en you married her with hei
res, I suggested It," was the rc
tlie old woman, while she
I a piece of bacon upon the spit.
me little girl willingly eon
marry von?" asked tlio re-
airnin turnlnar to tho husband
low leaned back lazily upon the
r t ' I. MiiiiTr flmf ut Itirttir n v.
" w "IMIJV Willi t?41M UliUM J
ifllinill. If Hti"illili ulln ntlUWi-iVitfl
lo all questions put to hor by tho
p could not possibly have loved
aid vou could noJ have, under
KMlsirlnrntlmi. fnrtniHl n. unssion
lirl of her age, and how you came
try her must remain a secret, un
ou choose to throw some light
11 T .,.111 (Ml i.nl. !,,. ivlinln
for there is no uso of keeping u
vuoui u year ago j. vvua ruu
gthoflty for a medicine. My
lid her runtime vrr then llvinir
T,U.J tlln nl ....nl ",.. r ...,1... fill I.
""IIUUBUI'CU U1IU 1UI1IJ uu. ,
1 was meeting with a repulse at
f I f . f -..1 .1 tn 411111
uuiii, i wnnuervu oui iw m'"
lorhood. My motlier-in-hiw
:o tho door I showed her my
15. Klin t,i, Stil i,,n In in ann tr
- 1V l(4,lll J.IU ... ...www w
tor, whom sho said was very
I went in and sat a long while.
y. She mm very poor and her
till liwl l..ji. t,. T .... lini.
" nun ivil 11UI. J. K'D ,K
nedlcino for tho littlo girl and
rd visited tho family daily.
;- oflovo sprang up between
I n.1 II... ..1.1 .t ...n
mm mo oiu -yumau, uuu o
uned to settle down into do-
uumrs ny marrying uie uaugn-
tor. Accordingly, lost February, tho
old lady aad I wont down to the court
house and got out tho IU-cubo,
and "tho next day tho
ceremonies wcro performed You
see I loved the old woman, and sym
pathized with them in their forlorn
state. J' thought wo could pull through
together, and that Is why t married
tho gl 1. Soon artof ward Sve went to
Indiana, and about two weeks ago re
turned to Louisville."
"That is a strange story you toll. If
you loved tho old woman why did you
not marry her?"
"llecHUsQ I would nothavo him." re
torted tho last mentioned individ
ual, evidently angered by tho question
and showing hor rage by vigorously
jerking the pan of bacon from tho
The burly old codger seemed to en
Joy this outburst and chuckled vio
lently to himself, while tho young
wife turned tho doll upon hor kneo
and shanked it.
"You seo wo lire a strange set," con
tinued tho old lady. "Wo full in lovo
with ono and then marry another.
Wo are from tho Wet Woods, and I
married when I was but twelve and
have married twice since that, and
been left each time by my husband
im. .wisuur uiui
t reckon live
IIo began when
and has never
have seen a great dcalof life, and huro
not gone through it a passive observer
Every day 1 see girls going to tho
dogs, About my daughters marriage
I reasoned' thus: It is better to marry
her to this old man than to allow her
to grow up single and cud a prosti
tute!" "But do yon suppose that when she
grows up she will llvo with him?"
"Llvo with that old thing," shouted,
the littlogirl, in a paroxysm of laugh
ter, and, dropping her doll, sho
climbed down out of her chair and
ran out of tho room greatly tickled.
or six times,
he was sixteen
quit since. I
tho several tariff levlsiony. Mexico
has restrictions upon trado of an
equally pernicious character. Treaty
tinkering will bo of no avail unites
uceompunlcd by reciprocal reductions
of the heavy taxes uon trado in both
countries, not for themselves alone, as
in tho Sandwich Islands treaty, but
for the vholo world. As tho 11 rat es
sential requisite for the. promotion of
commerce between the United States
and Mexico tho high fences on both
sides must bo thrown dowit.iVid
A lingo cinnamon bear lacerated and
tore George Barker near Leadvlllo lust
winter; Dr. W. K. Leonard said, "I
cured ills cruel wounds with two boxes
of Uhown's Akxioa Sai.vk, nud
without a soak." You should have
a box of Brown's Arnica Salvo always
iu tho house; it removes hUluinniution
and heals whenever tho skin Is broken.
If your druggist does not have it,
send !ir cents in stamps to tho Brown
Medicine Company, Leuvenwoith,
Kansas, and thov will send a box bv
return mail. For sale bv T. W
Powell, E. M. "Wells, L. N. Brunswig,
O. W. Dashwood and G. G. Pate, Fort
Worth, Texas. l-lld&wtf
Try Carter' Llttlo
for any cae of
sleeplessness, weak . stomach. In
digestion, dyspepsia, etc., relief 1h
Sure. Tho only uervo medicine for the
price In market. In vials at JW cents.
Sold at Wholesale by L. X. Brunswig.
TltADK tVl'M MEXICO.
The Great Popular Route of Toxas.
M, Colorado WiitaFeR'y
lUlliuulag f Its Volnmo flenerul Graitt's
Vleir. on tin) bulijuct.
Senor Koniero, an old diplomatist of
Mexico, of the first part, and General
Grant and Mr. Trescott, or tho United
States, of the second piirt, have met In
Washington as legally authorised
commissioners to devise a treaty for
betteiing the commercial relations of
the two republics, which aro con
tested to bo as bad as they possibly
can be between such near ucighbois.
But these commissioners havo under
taken a task which is fur beyond the
powers granted to them by
their respective governments.
Tho reciprocity treaty between the
United States and the Sandwich
Islands has worked o badly in con
nection with our ptotectivo system
that tho question of Its repeal is now
before congress; so that this device for
improving the commercial relutlons of
tho two couutiles is not to bo thought
of. Under the treaty with the Sand
wich Islands the islands get all tho
benefit. They send free to San Fran
cisco their sugar, for which they gel
prices that are ruled by high protec
tive duties, while with the proceeds
they buy tho cheaper manufactures of
England and France. Reciproc
ity with Mexico would work in
much tho samo way. It only re
mains, then, for the two Comnils.
sioners to recommend the removal by
.Mexico 6f the open door for smuggling
on the Rio Grande, known as tho
Free Zone, and a liberal revision of tho
tarlllsof both countries. As long as
these barriers against reciprocal com
merce stand in the legislation of the
United States and Mexico all the ef
forts of the commissioners will bo
. ., 1..-1 11A1 - ... .!.. 11... umi .'H11I11 I.MUIIHIUII III .no.
wastcu. .mil, u uiey can iimsuuue mu o-So tlut your llckot romls over this lino.
neonio ana governments oi ine two arorai:inioriuiuionmiiiicfiv
countries that there can be no natural
and profitable exchange of products
whilo this protective system exists
their labors will not be in vain,
Aoeoiding to tho Jatcst annual re
share of M
for Koy West nud Nun- York; Mor
Kiin Lino for New Orleans, titiUntiolii,
Corpus Chrlstl, Hrovnlllo mul Vou.
At AltCOIiA Willi I. A O. N. K. It. for Colum
bin nnd towns In V.iaoilu county.
At ho.si:ni:uo vita u., n. & s. a. ity.
ununsui jiouio) lor LoiuiiiDUH, wcliimr,
Harwood, J.ullnp.Han Antonio, I.urodo.
Uvalde ami Weilcru Toxusuml Mexico:
nlio for Houston and Stnr and Ciesccnt
Itoutn, lcaumont,Orniier,.!tl.o t'lmries,
tho TpbIio Countiy, Now (Irlcuntt unit
nil points In tho .Southeast, North nnd
Vast; with Now York, Toxns and Moxl
Ciin Hallway for Whiuton, Vlclorlft and
Untlons on tliut line.
At nilKNUAM with Jl.iteT. C. Kv.forltoinp
Ktcnd, LedboltorjOlddlnL'H, AIoDadcamt
VtMIhANO with I..t a.NIty. for llenrno,
Valestlne, Rockdalo, found hook,
Ocoi-Kctoivn, Austin, Bun .Mirco, Now
lSrauuftlh.!Snn Antonio mul Lnredo.
UTHMPJiK with Missouri Pncilla Il'y.
Vt AlrGHKOOIt with Toxas unit St. liouls
Il'y for Wiiro.Corblcunii, Athens, Mouu
lMouMint, Cllliuernnd Toxnrknna.
VtMOHOAN with Tovus fntnil Ity. Tor
Vneo, Hoss, Hlco, liedo?,, Cisco unit all
polntKou that lino.
Vt cr.IillUKNK, Juiifttoii of Dallns l)h lalon
or G., O. A. fl. K. Il'y.
t FOHT WOUTIl with Mo. rnclllc and Tex.
ns it l'uclllo Itys. for nil points on these
lines; for VI I'nso, Santa Fo, San Krjji
Cisco and tho I'aclilc Coast, anil for ICiiu
sus City, Ht. I,ou1h, ClilniKO, Now York,
nnd nil nolntH Noith. IOukmiihI u'oii.
At DAl,IiA.S with H. A T. (;. Ify, T. & 1 Il'y
umi .'Huns i.MuuHiou oi .io. r. icy
OSl'AU O. MURltAY.
Goucrnl rassoneer Acont,
Gkoiiok ai. LovlNu, Pros.
iJStea.oibggL'Sa WH0 HAVE DAUGHTERS T0 EDUCATE-
tho United Stales for 1SS was lest
than U pur cent. Tho trade with othei
near neighbors to the southward doe.1
not make a better llintre In tho report
This country exported to England ii
1832 upward of 4(10,0(10,000 of pro
ducts, mostly provisions and raw
materials, and received from thest
nearlv ii20O.O0O.00O. which togelhei
constituted nearly HO per cent, of thd
whole foreign trado ot tho year. Foj
the balance F.nglund paid largely with
the sugar, tea, colleo and other pro
ducts ot tropical and semi-tropica
countries, including Mexico, wit I
which this country has vom
llttlo direct trade. In munV
WE FAMOUS STONEWALL JACkZON
At AIUNODON, Vinrlnhi, odorx rmporlor
advantages In o cry way to Ihow who have
youiif,'(lmi(,'htcTxhoin tlioy dcilro to havo
most thoroughly educated and t (hu sumo
tlmo havo thonibo Hltuntcd as to enjoy tho
comforts, luxuries and caicTul supervision of
tholr moralH and manners thoy Mould ro
ccHont lmnie. ,
Will ho under somo of tho most
or America. Tho liictltuto, which
has been spmulidly endowed Is unilor tho
ospeciai pnirouaKo or Jirs. htonowuu Jackson
J. M. BOBBINS,
; City Bill Poster,
resnects it would bo convenient nm:
prolltablo for Mexico lo trado directlji hoard, eto, in tho families of tho nnwldont
with this pfitintrv but the! nrotet'tivd " other oillcor of tho Instlluto 1h all
With llUB coiiiui J , "u J; mi L V" i.r'iiV mat paientK could deblre. Tho hulldliiRh nro
system of both governments lorbids It( OU!V;,ol),kM I(,0tlll tll0 J)lllUt l)f ,m7lc or
Under this system it Is Iniposslblo foi mugniiiclant old dnkM, and arouuds uistlly
tlilopoimtrv to sunnlvanear nolirhbor, fcCt w'th sluubbery jirehontliig an imposing
i! D.-Z.vWlV1 tl,o rn.liiM nf ' t apnoiiianeo; whilst every poislhlo attention
like Mevico with the pioductsor Its will beglven to tho Important nubject ol hy
Hkill and industry when tho sam giono.
t-ltul nf nroiliief.-i cm bo bought else- Tho next regular term helns Kohrunry 1,
kind oi piouucw can oe uoumiv lisu- jr )jut wh() m ,
where on better teims. In order to ob- Wnf i,erecelved,rrpc.ar?, for board and
tain BMexican products, the country tuition, for tho month of January,
muni m'll whciit and nrovisionfl t! Those wlHliIiurontalogucs or further luroiv
must 8L11 "tat " l"0Vi,," .iVimitloucttnaddroHSOr.J'.K Daniel, of this
Europe at such prices as they vvihcitv. Nov.a.l.ix flmo
comniaiul, msteati oi ueing cnauicu to
carry on directly an advantageous
trade with our neighbor in such artb
elo-s as each can best supply. In the
roundabout tiado produced by ex
cesslve taxation and pernicious
navigation laws both aro mo
losers. Whatever false causes may be
assigned for tho commercial prosperity
or the un lieu, "suites, it is iimiiuuvi'Uiu-
protection has done no good for Mslcoi
so!ne VtaW S grcaf, Sft f! tm-no, lu tho ...l, ,ot1(;,.uo promptly
ioro Intimate trado relations wuu
Mexico, though ho did nothing t
sneak of iu their behalf during hit
oli'ht vears.of nresldency. But slna
then lie has said that If trado wer
nrnnorlv cultivated many millloiiH I
btigars and tropical fruits could bo iir
ported from Mexico in exchange f
productsoftheskllluml industry ortn
country. This direct trado betweo
tho two neighbor republics hethoutrl
would bo far better than to Impose U
fruit raised by slave labor in tho WQ
Indies. But beforo this change C4
tako place General Grant must p
celve It will bo necessary for both g(
einmentsto remove their restrictiw
upon trade in tho nature of protects
tariffs. Tho small quantities of coflf,
oranges, bananas and other produs
of Mexico columned lu this couuv
aro purchased with tho why,
pork, petroleum, etc, tit
aro sent to Europe. 'Us
country has foolish protective ditfs
nnnii ironical fruits, and very slut
reductions of them aro proposed
G. P. CARR & CO.,
J XJL11UI1U) WUlUlUtUf
Largo stock conslnntly on hand, fleud for
price list. Corner Fourth and IIouhIou
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
G. IT OitAiiY. Vice I'res.
G, W. AliKXANWin, Sect'y. 11. 1). I'adwoCKv Trensi
Wo Rnfov By Permission to tho Banks and Bankers of Fort Worth,
Attention Is DlrccktT'to tho PoUowhig rartial List of Property now on om-jftoolts:. ,
U,WM head f kowI Hlralalit wet Texas eat
tlo, mixed with Improved utock, located on
Kood lrttiKoultli an ahutidanec or water nnd
Kra'vt. ftw ncro of patonied land Wurtnir
lIvhiBWator. 133 pood ponies, Majrou and
cniiip qulpaRO. Thl herd Is well clasped,
and will turnout 1,'JOD bciives nnd brand Sto)
talvealii tlm n.M yparlt&H. lhnUn two
clmnce for liAystmeiit.
No. III. ' ' " '
A small stock or Mtpcrlor cattle, about "W
hoad, located In good raiiKO, with plenty of
Kras "l water, luno bcun raised on tho
ranp'-aU' nro easily handlcl, will hell om
huvd dVovcsIn 1S!. Ton man of llniltcd
upant.)ls In in,pleudld bargain.
so j0. T " ' .
,)hcad or srood cattlo and lirty ltonto.
riranded ttjo Culses In lsi2, and U11 brand
1,100 In 1S3.I. UmiKo and mock lira neeoud to
nonoln tho state; and can bo bouma at a
rea-sonableprlco and ou easv let ms.
1 ho best hont on tho luaikot, 4,C0 1m
nroved wdtlo, thirty No, 1 ponies, CIO acres of
lalul, good lock raach luuise, wacon and
eampouttlt, 'lUeinnRcIs lai-Ko.aud uiter
Is and KraM, abundant. Tho number of cattlo
liitarmntrrd or i atmtai ifdmrtil hy puruhnsor.
ii,0Mlicndr s'oud Improved cattle, thirty
Kood ponle and samp oulllt, Have boon on
tho rauijo for llvo years nmt nvo eaullv held
and handled. Will brand 7W calvot in 1K1.
No. avi. '
.s,W0 or P.OW head Of lino htock cattlo and 1 10
ponies four mules, wagons, pood ranch houso
and otttnp outtlt. with a lunre muiko nnd
abundant grais, water ami Mieltor. TUN
hen! will sell 1,000 beeves In ivn,and will
bmnd il,r0) enlron. lluvo been hied lo Inn
ham bulls uliicu 1S7D, N an uxcopUouuhly lino
herd, nud U u ;ood hm'ttmcut at tlio pilco
No. 'Sm, ""' '
13,om lino Durham mixed utoclt cattlo, kov
cntvilvo head of lionet, w m;oi)H, lunch houso
and camii outtlt, locutcil on aoo(l mei'iiulto
iniipu wltlinbuiulancoof wator. Will class
well nnd will biand ,5UJ fjiNoi in lS,). TIiIh
herd 1 Kpeelally recommended, u helm; one
oflho bent Iu the uounlry, nnd w 111 bo void on
N-i)7. ' ' "
l,)M)liiadofllii Durham and mixed Mtoel;
cattlo, well locttul on uood laiiKc, Abundant
Rtasi and water. Good ranch 1ioum, wniion
and camp outtlt, nud torty aood ponied. Will
biand 1,600 calves In 1RM.
3,0)0 hcaitof htrnlitht uorlhwest ToxaH rnl
tle, )mo beovton present raiiKU hovnu yearii,
will cluhi iir to mn"i and BOic an mteh stock
usually do. Will brand hOO talves In 1W.I,
Hunch houses, pons, rorrulH and cow poilles
kUlllclcnt lor a much hugor held.
13,000 head of the best cattlo In tho stnto.
Onoof thobobt herds atidlocatodon ono oflho
best rniiKCH In tho state. Oood west Texas
cattlo, eroded with Duihaln bull)). Will mar
ket 3,000 beovos and brand 3,000 calves m ISKI.
123eood cow ponies, and tho samo number of
stock hows. Plenty of living water and
moHfiulto grass, cood ranch Improvements,
No better opportunity for Investment In tho
4,2.S0hcad of cood northwest Tetai callle,
thlrty-IWo heausiof cood well-luoko cow
horses, Rood ranch Improvement. Located
In oiuuirthu illicit Kiazlm; renloiifl ol ninth
west Texas. Tho held will brand 1,K calrs
and sell about. loo beeves In lS.S.I,atui hollered
at rensonablrtllKUies and on easy tei ms.
No,".U0. " " " """
S.U0) head of cood western .cattle unided
wl h Durham, thlriy-ilvo cow ponies, jiooii
rock ranch house, wutrnu and ramp oulllt,
UIIU Ulll hUl'LIOIlH oi kooii laiiii rovi'i nig aniin
dant water prh Ileses. Ilavo been on pioMiut
rauco threo years. Will will Ihrtfo hundred
beuis and brand W)0 calves In ISM. This
held will bo sold cheap and on easy pay.
incuts. Parties ilo.slrlnir to euKaitu lu tho
stock business, will llnd this a bartraln.
No.,m ' ' ' "
1,000 head of Rood calllo a splendid small
stock, raised ou tliu present ra:o. Dlonty oi
grass, water and shelter. AVlll bo counted If
0,000 head of flUic Improved stock cattle, llflv
extra cow ponies well broko, llvo inures and
colts, w aeon and camp oulllt. JIno been ou
prct-ent ruiiKO about four years, and only
Durham bulls used. Will bland .000 calves
litJS&J. A splondld range wlih abundancoof
waier.Krassanu biiener. will uo hoju at u
No, aTwT - . - - -.
1,1X10 to 1,500 Improved csittlo located for four
j ears on present innpp, which Is as (rood as
any. This Is admitted to bo one of tlio best
amaU heids lu north To.xas. Branded ,()')
c.ilM'Slii Mi, and will brand 1,V0J In KM.
Thirty or forty good ponies. I tan ch houses,
wagons and camp equipages, Will bo sold at a
No.5o. ' " "
7r"B0good Western c.itllo, bri1!! to Improved
bulls for llvo ymrs. Young stork, all show
good blood, llrauded )i (ailcs and sold
lOOboovesln liWJand will brand 3,000 calves
In lv3, 1 Illy good snddlu htirw-K, 010 acres of
lanu, ranen iinproveiiieuis, wagons, ioiit.'h,
camp equipage, etc., uu ubuudaiRc. of grahtt,
Uonsonnd lot In Mooro and Thornton'i
addition. U)t 100.X120 feet, and lumso In
itot.il ri'patr. Win bo sold chca(i. tf
No. 274. "" ""-" " '
A largo two utory Iioubo In the ImslneM
Jnrlortlio city on lot aixlco loot. Contnlns
eight rooms, painted, foiled and mporcd In
good condUlpii and w 111 vay twonly per eonU
on Investment, AVtllbosold at a Very low
llgliro lor cash.
No. 'iri """ "-
Aiitleganllnigx.two story resldonco con
vimleut to business aud entirely now. Con
tains seven rooms plastoredthrbughout mm
almost (Uu rounded by eomnuiiilous imrelics
Uiinenriior jOlWxim) feet and onoof the-,
most destraWo places In tho city. At a bar-
gain and ou easy lornis. '.
No. an. ' "
i?c on roouis and good bam and outhouse.
Hploudld cistern 12x12 feet, yill bo sold at
a bargain, ll '
NoTaii. "" ' "" ' '
An elegant now, rcsldenco In lllrsclitlold's
addition, containing 0 rooms and klloluin.
Plastered throughout, Iron roof, grates, good
eldtoru, brick servant's limue. stable, barn
and other conveniences. Will bit sold at oust
N'o.lSX " - - - - . ---,-.
A boaiillhil now two story lions.0 nnd lot In
Jennings soulhuddltlon.ftxh WO feet, t'ontalns
S looms with all tho modern eotnenlonces.
lmpixired jard with nlco shrubberv and
young-orebaiil. lCnelosed by now while pal
ing fence. Tin roorand Plastered all tlnough.
Hlable, outhouws. etc. Will bosold veiylow.
.iiaeiwoflaml lu Wltnhltn Kails,
sides oftho railroad. Will b sold
No. Mr?. '
Housoondlotln aunnlng'M west addition,
authoUHo, oreiiard, clslorn, stables, MuMs
etc., at cost, Ono-thlrd cash, and balance, to
s u I tj uirehasor. ' ia 18 tf
Now brick hotol lu Denton, Just completed,
thlity-elght looms with four stores under
neath. Jionts for SJtX) per month, Will bo
sold at cost.
A splendid two-tory framo hotel In flordon
on T. A IMt'y. In the central pnrt of town and
doing a splendid business, e'l-rnlluro will
be sold with house. Will bo Bold lor part
cash and balance on time, i
Now framo hotel, two story, with 17 rooms
In Mineral Wells. Woultl sell or uml. Kur
il U hod throughout and furniture will bosold
with hotiM'. Kurnltureall newaiidllrsl-elass
and Includes n nleo piano. Will bo Mold for
halt cost and half cash.
N"oTaK ' "
An elegant llttlo houso and lot on llroad
way, fionls south and contain dioomsnnd
othoi eonvoulonclCM, outlmuecM, etc. Kutlic
ly now andnoMirhas been oocnplod. Will
soil bolow actual cost.
i) good residence houses from $1,200 to 81,000,
near tho business pint of 1 1 1 ne I ly .
Nino hundred and fifteen acres of good pas
turn laud, Ihrea miles north of Denton, all
under turoo-wlro fence, twogoodwatortanks.
Will also hell ioO or aw good cattlo at
10,00(1 acres fenced pasturo In" Coloman
county for rentuntll 3lay I, lss.1.
Hn.larr, "" '
a,(xi aorrs fenced pasture In llosnuq county
for lwu.0 until .luno l, 1M i,
Vfli.n LANDS. J
To KlockiiH'ii and 1'iiriuernf
Tho nwnor being about to leavo for Kuropo
ortcrs for nlo the unsold portion of that mi
perlor survey lu Denton county known as
the Thornton tract, containing 2,0.'jiltarnii In
asoini iiouy neauy Huai, ijlng omillu Ml
nuuri iitviiiu ouiwecu i'ori worm
nm aujaceiu 10 mo jvrgyio Slat)
Imrfrom thrcoto font-hundred
her, and aHtteam of never falling
.V6,S2U. . "
2.foo acres of land lu Krath eounly onW nvo
ml esfmm eoiini-iiit. Wkii .M.t ...;..
!,,if.ii.i. ,t.. M....r... .. v. .:." ""'"' "iju
milMllllViyi MUIIIII1K VM'Kiarillg. IJ
Ouo-lhtrd leajruo unrvey, lu ltooil county.
OOUIalnlni?l.R7l)iloreM hvnelinil inn.nr...,....V
Contains ftur woll lmpmvcd rariiti. Ottg-hall-cash
andlsdaiiet' on lone time, tf
NoTTwT r ' k-
Cio acres of land In Young county on Salt
Creek In tho northeast piutof eonntv. Divst
gmttngland In tho state, and will bo sold
very low, f
1K0 1 ueres In Doitlon county, 0 nitlos north of
pontou and ultntlo Air gmflng. On easy
imrt of W'No
1.N7 acres 111 Ihn unrlluiitl
county, on Denton Creek.
o.,V'?o,tfr,,:'"'n!no Krnilnu land In Chlldresa
county, alternate, surveys; sullublofor ovltlo
orL''.VV' "1 uo MoMclicop.
KiZWZ '"-'" -
1,280 acres In Clay county, rinol niialHy
graying laud and good mr asrlcultural iuir
poses also. Ou easy terms.
Wiucrcs In southwest pnrtofYoutigoouniv
about 3 miles lrom Uiahaiu. About omf.
third tlmlipi and about Suu unres suitable for
farming, 'leims one-third cash and balanoo
In ono and two years.
SoTSiX"- , 1 ,
1,424 acres In Hlonnw all county, on Doubln
.Mounia n Turk, Hplomlld gnitlng land with
vvcrlnstliig water and good shelter.
NTaSfi"," r -' '
i,AVV.tf!lVM "orwi I" dc southerst part ot
liaslci'll county ou tho Clvar Torkof lliu
DiwotuNor. A bcnutnai tmet of gnifliin
lamUnd will be sold very low mr easii.
NTTtui; ' ' "
ittco aonabout tho ecnter ol lllelcens rsmnlr
.VVll1 wuiured Unit ilrst-class gralng laml.
lliLL tmct. will bo sold at a bargain for cash.
ortli uii.i Don
d icmi of tliu.
i 1 1 lor 44il,i. r.wl
bysiirlngs, inns nearly through tliu conlro.
The tract Is susteptlblo of being onchred at a
small coot. Ah a ranch lor cattlo or C? It
poshcshcHiaro advantages such asaroeluom
prosenttd ror stock or burning. Tifcl war
umty title, fieool all encumbrances, fi'erniN!
ono-thlrd aisii and balance in ono, ?.o and
three years lueiiual jinj menu with' leu nor
cent, lnioiest. j'latAcau boscou on ,' applica
tion to UiooMoe ol
TllKTKXAN INVKKUKNT OflMl'ANr.
Will Mill tho whole or a
1,000 head or llrhtclassWcslerncaUlo on n
largo nuiguwlth pleutv of waior and urasii.
'1 hero nro now 000 beeves III the herd and will
brand 1,200 calves 111 1SSJ. rxivonty.flvo cow
ponies and camp outfit. A ono-lmlr Inteiust
S,u JicaU ofNtrlctly flrst-clasx cattle, havo
been on present lango lor lour jears, and
hUMi been hied to imprincd hulls. Klfty
good horhesud rauch cijulp.igo, and a gpod
stock of hogs.
U.iVJ head of good Westnrn cjittlo crossed
with Durham bulls. Koveiity-ilvogood bullu
now hi the herd, Thirty-live good horse,
wagons aud camp outfit, lluyu been ou the
jircnent rango rie years, which Is largo nud
has plenty of uicmiuIio grubs, water and
2,UfWheaiIof callle well mixed villi Dur
hum lu Crath county located ou Hue ran go
wuu pionly orgnus, water and shelter. Will
claw about us ttiock i-jltlu uma'ly do. Will bo
uouihvu out lopiirciiuser uy June w, iisii.
N'o" S2i)7 " "
2,100 bead of mlxwlsloci: cattle, about 00
of w blcli uro three y ar old ulcers, remainder,
r'(inj wn in,,, ii?w,i:,iJiu. jiui. ier
jsilvcs or yearllug. yill bo counted out
uy July ikt. l.
20,800 neros ot splendid gracing land In
hauler county oh tliu hcadwtiterH or thn
Washita Itlver. All iu a xollil body and
Jolnsii lai-go tract of school land that may
iio bought or loused, llcst gralug laud In tho
N'oTlBl," " --' '--
21,120 acres In Hoarry county, vllh uvcr
lusting water, traversed by several never
falling sticams. Hallroad and school lauds
ou both sides that can bo secured allow
llaurcsuud on oasv terms. In m unllil limit-
and misUrpashed as gralng land. I2-I9i.tr
NO.KOif " ----- . . h
7rtl acres, six mile utirih of Kort W'orth.'al
vc ry 1 ow llgurcs. an d on easy lorn i s.
100 acres all under fence, ono of (holiest III
t claims In Tni rant county, with iki acres of
lljj acres In .lolinson county, 0 miles north
or Cleburne, partly lu cultivation aud with
god orehaitl and Impioveinimts. Will be
sold lor ono-thlrd cash and balancolu 1 nnd
Hpleiiilld farm of sm) acres lu Tarrant
eouiiiy.noardrapovlmi, lu a high statu ot
culiUallou, Willi splondld orchard and valu.
hlo liuprovcinouts. Will be sold very low.
1'luoftult farm or 180 noroB In Oraysou
county, near WhUosboro. with s0 acrs in
fin ttroi-s and bearing wull. All Miritles or
null, and onoof tho best luvcstment-s In tliu
slate, Omj.hair cash and hulnnco In I aud J
ifoTawr tl " ' "
A nlrolltltofarm of 1 00 acres In Tarrant
county, all under fencu and udmliably
adapted for a small sheep ranch. Will bu
soldury low for oiu-lhlrit cash and balanco
In I aud 2 years.
No. M " ' '' ' '
liVincros of land In Kaiifinan county, all
under lenco and lu splendid cultivation:
good orclmril, Plenty or timber and ouu ol
U!?,i,,MIMt.'.lo,l'rnmo uums In that section.
M II bo sold very low for ouu-iliird cash aud
balance In l inuf a years.
OlO acre (arm. nil under fnnnv nmr miin.
west of I'oi I orili Mi the Wcathnrfoul road,
BOOoeivs In cultivation, balance In pasture
ulthioity acres Of good timber. Ulio or tho
best haigalns In tliu slate, Will bo sold on
any tonus losult purchaser.
FoT27H. ' "-'
Kpleudhirarmof302ucros, ton miles noitli
oflort oith,-wltli70airosuii(loriencti and
In cultivation. Will bo tailtl for half wish
and balaiicu on long time.
No. 2i,). ""'' ' '
A.il,"i'?,lmn,'..,.Wucl'BH I" """t ''uuiltry
siHitliororeuiivlllo. highly lmproM-il witli
Iso, I I'wldencoandatlthoconvnntmicci. Will
bo sold vaiy low and on easy tonus,
No. 200. ' '
Farm of 2IB acres In Dnllas cnunly, Hd acres
under ieiicoand hltrhtv Imiiiftvfiii uitt. .....,.i
icldencc, oreli.ud, wells and spring und con.
l00acrcHofcdarllmberlu Coic)l county
cuj;Tcxasaud Ht.Imls liallro.id. Cliiuiiv
for a paylug Investment
duco a'o posts uor acre
No. aTi7 ' "
1U20 ncrw iu lliotvn county. Well Umbered
and at IOTVttgtri-t
No, 2) I.
60 acres vuth part of Tarrant county, at low
Jlguics, ono-thlrd cash and balailio in t and
A splendid new twemtory brick INcry sta.
ble. situated in tho buslnesn inirtof tlio city,
nnd dolmulurcu business. Has an artesian
' liorsis, and will pay over twenty-ilvo percent
t ou the Investment. Will bo bold at uxcoeq
i lngly lowjlguresfor one-half cash, and bal
I nnio on long time. ll'Stx
"ox oaalll nnd,33,o" or-
ANO all oiseAsea
Cauied ly Mnlurlul t'uUonlna ftT the UlooiL
A WAKUANTED OUKE.
J?ricO, gtl.OO. FortsleliralinrazaUJ
I,. N. HltUNSWIG, Vart Worth.
U-2I diw Jy 'Wuolo.ute Agant.
Onoiitory brick houso 23X70 fronting on
Houston street. Will puy 20 per cent, ou the
luvotmcnt loused for twelve months. Also
ouo frame busluesv house 2Jxso feet lu same
block, als1cased for twclvo months aud will
puy Si percent. Home tlmo given If dered.
Also vacant lot near 2xl00 feet lucludlugutie
half Interest Inwtona wall.
No. 201, ' ' "
Onu story brick bunlnCsn house ou Houston
utreut Wxfu feet, leased for twelve months
and will puy 20 per cent, on !nvet wut, .Will
bo sold Tory low for canh.
No. ao. '
2,0) acres of lino grarlnif lahd )h Ifendall
count ; well wahin d, and very lowiorcosli,
No.'i; ' -
BOOucreaoriand In llounton county, being
well timbered pine lands, and will by Mild
very lnuch below tho market, value.
.- , .
J.71W acres in loll county, Hpletidld ulieoe
ranch with llnnsl klml of eriuiM mul i.v.ri.f.
IliKvyninr. Dwelling house, barns, lots, etc.,
will bo sold for ono-thlrd cash and bulanco to
THE TEXAS iKyESTMENT COMPANY,
MET OBTH. TEXAS,
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KtNDS OF &
REAL ESTATE AND LIVE STOCK
located Stocks and Gracing Lauds in Largo aud Small Lota Bought and Sold on Cominissiom Will mako
Contracts for Futuro Dolivory of Oattlo a Speciality.
' '". - . ,ii ,....,- ,
Parnis and Farm Lands, aud Oity Proporty Bought and Sold A Full Lino of Proportios Always on Haud
- ' - s ,
Parties Having Proporty to Soil, or Desiring to Mako Livostments will Find it to thoir iniorost to
UaU aim Bdo Us.
Ofl'rt acres In Ilaylorln various Hired tracts,
ingllig ill rCMi lrum HM U til, all splcn
d lnij'lllL' bind. ' '
No. m. "
n,aw acres In Haskell county, on tho Jlraps
Ina solid iKidy.abcautlruItnictofluiid and
will be i-old cheap,
WK acres lu Archer county, ouly two miles
northwest of Archer City, a splendid tract of
land for grarlnif. '
No7;fidr"' " "" ' " "
ljOOacres In Wilbarger county, nlwiul 11
mllcK touthwest from Vnriion ou lfcnver
Ureck. About Uvo sections or milr0.nl and
school land loin that,irpurchuKtd,wouIil glvu
ft.u,"?,"lq.1?.r,i'H'wJ,"'t,',,ll " nuar shajic.
Will bo soUl very low or omihalr cash and
balancolu Jj months.
No.1'li ' "" '
lim'rpin Knylor conuty on lllg Wichita
Il,v.e.r Ym also sell with land 2 years lose
on 10 Mictions, and an ludeilnlte Haso on 710
acre morn. t
10U ncrcK In Tarrant county, Ji mllM west of
Kort Worth. Contalun box tiounw and .' acres
liiculllvaUon.f Will mako a (.plendld small
sheep much. .
talus (t toniiiit hoiivos, now gin, press, scale,
etc.. all In eood condition. Will 1m uuhl .(. ..,.
and on good tonus.
Ailnoiam fl miles north of Kort Worth
cotituiiilifi nwnorw all under fenco, All UM)U
and fanning linplomcnt will be sold with
m tt. ui:niii:ili
No. 2.10. .
(lood faTtn of MS nnros, nil under fence, 12
inlloBsonth of Koil Worth. Will be sold very
low. t ,
No, 2io, ' T,
A splendid large farm of 1,1ft) acres all un
diriiinee.witli lu acres of tlmbor. Highly Im
proved, and vvlll bo sld for ono-thrrd cash
aud balanco In annual payments.
No73o7. """ """' - ,
aaJaercslnTariantcouiitjMI miles north
west ol Kort Worth, all under lune and ,
highly iiuproviid. flood house, well, spring
amtiiWarieslntimbur. Will Do sohl cheap
and ou easy tonus,
aKjacresIjiSinltlicouiify, m hlfh state ot
cultivation with good dwelling iiouso utid
other Improvements. Will bo sold cheap for
cash. Homo tlmo given If rciiuircd.
20a acres In Tarrant county, H miles south
castor I-oil Worth, lo acres under fgnconrid
contain good dwelling houso, orchaid, barn,
stable, etc. Will iradu for slock.
SotvKV - -
Thicotiplcwllilfurin In Jack countyr-ono
of 20(1 acres, ono of JOT acre and onu of W0
acres, all with comfortabl dwellings and
highly Improved. Admirably adapted for
small sheep ranches. Will bosold cheap for
Thro,, (loot! I'arm.
tVohnVA for Sflle tbrnil unul hnn. I. n
high statu of uilt yatlon. within couvmilont
dlstanioof Kprt Worlh. WilUulU-ahfarm In
a body, or vvlll dlvldo m traetsof ono hundred
awes orciver. Tkxah 1 n vkhti kwt Co.
A Hplnndld I'listiint.
Ono thouwnd acres with plonty of wood add
water, convenient to tho city. Good fenco
and buildings. Tkxah 1nvi:wmbnt(.
' No, aw.A splondld fmlt and garden rami
pf about sixty acras, ouo-lialf of which Is In a
high stato of cultivation, located on tho Kort
worth and Denvur railroad, a short dlstanco
from 11 growing railroad town. Ono thousand
bearing fruit trees and an abundance of smalt
frul is. l-urge, well llnlshcd houso pud two
good wells. All tho tools aud iioct'Ksary lm
ph-menU lorcultlvutlng ilia pluco will bo In
cluded, will bo sold very low and on easy
!"'!!' - !,,t's
v. M J'OUHAr.K, '
Oood hotel propprty In a grovflng north
western town, on hint Worth nud Ucnvcr ,
Jtnllroad. Nvr building, ample room, nn '
Muler.stabUs. outhouses, etc. Ityiiig a largo '
liURlneiiN, and the only hotol in tho town 4,
W'JIIbosohlat a splendid bargain for ons.tjl
half cash arid balanco on time, 11 2 tf ,
""' ii-'b iiii.Wiiill f 1 in. . wit tw. W fr
1.ISI ncrciri4KJ J iocounty fronting on the 1 An elegant lot of criuilnal law hooks to,
J?l Uniudc. ' ' milocliwin, - , -.r f.
with a,,)Si trXroXminTilllSniUlhhtiiUamiii lesultiinr I r rt.w."" ' ""
wrlally check tho sneetl of tlioj.fromjiWMfoftruJ'proj fii,tlieilenilllkfbA-tfiOfennicly
i 7T t -' run iin iinrv rti T?i.r rinri j i"iw 1 1
-fW- Mill !; w
. ... J. --. - -. - 1. "",.. . I
u"" f luiaintu a oirjrtuauoH or nearly )M.0TO yoiiMrtiqioii or tliu navy, rovjowlhjrt Uji I the C;le6liNM Jvaya.
iiyztourtizzu ;!utii3Sxw: . inp'in.i,rho",Tn'.t:;iirc34 K?wj2m v im
- 4 V ' A-
lvvv furf iiticm. , -i j tJi
iniUiUi swart iuui i ,. '
ro WJinluly i