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THE GAZETTE: TOUT WORTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 18.
jiMlcntlon Second street, be
m nrnl TuocKmoriou. cnierta
Aco a secontl-ciiuw matter.
jodger Captures a Hawkoye's
krt to be Tried on a Writ oi
j Habeas Corpus.
A SLICK TRICK.
I a "Witnoss for Bon Thompson.
Coil Make a Proper More.
in a Eaoo With Horaeflosh.
hay in the County Court.
labid Dog Killed.
loming Gazette Captures tho
lits of tho reoplo.
lork Swnync issued n niar-
S-o yesterday to Felix II.
lest set of lmrnesa in the
Eighty dollar set made to
I. urown Dy JuiiuourocK x
of laying the mains is now
Weatiierioni aim .main
durable progress being
ibera of tho legislature are
ml lo twenty copies 01 any
i thoy may select. There
cs in the state for which
sitj: is a "journalistic mon-
rords to that oilect. Tiiat
Hins a monopoly of local
i the same Is u Gazette
r inquest in theI'olk case,
the death of Polk was ac-
Ibned by falling from a wag-
riUing ins neau against
loii't want assertions puu-
ioiiRht not to "assert" m
oi witnesses. 11 mere is
talking on street curs the
Jill elaborato this wnriuag.
was killed yesterday uf-
; the northern part of the
srs. Mcladden and Marion.
been alarming the eiti-
' neighborliood for several
ick-bone, apare-rlb3, pork
nut veal, antelope, and
me. can be had at L. II.
mle J'lnco meat market.
els, turkeys, ducks, and
d or otherwise.
Iis, esq., was taken to San
lis morning on thu south-
Bouri Pacific, to testily in
le State A's. Bon Thompson,
lied for the defense Den-
Jim Thompson escorted
Ilery and harness establish
ed lebrock it Dougherty con-
grow in public lavor.
icy have been obliged to
Sell- working force, to enable
jieet tno (lenmml lor line
Ik on the Decatur road near
done under tho supervls-
Icrmau Haymaker, is an ex-
niiu nicis greatly in enau-
fcrs to reach the city. AUIer
rmaker is a splendid road
liidcrstands what is needed.
rovenlcamp was in the city
and infoimed a Gazkttk
liat tho two robbers who had
him had night before last
ther raise In the- m-lghbor-
tho judge being of tho
Ihat the robbers read the
i not very communicative.
J. T. Hickey and John
pq., are engaged in altering
it storo house ot uolonel
suit tho now business they
Inducting, which is nianu-
poua anu miuorai waters anu
e and beer. The works will
toon bo in successful opera-
times one hundred and
v is twenty-four hundred
ly. l'ive hundred is more
ifth of twenty-four hundred
y. And yet tliero are not
1 rto.en dallv naners in the
ivas older than tho Gazktti:.
rood "exnlolL,, for a naner
iuonths old. Figures won't
hili Huberts, living near A r-
aet wun a fccnous and niiin-
SOllietiino nun. bv tiniiiir
pinbt tho pommel of his sad-
injury was such that an op-
a delicate- naturo became
which was performed oh
y Dr. Dan and Henry Gll-
Dr. lort. Tho Gashtttk
gentleman will soon lecover.
? in tho eitv said to a GA-
portor vestonlav flint, while
Bled with admiration at the
I'dlng and signs of prosperity
l city, still ho was somewhat
Fi. ituyinir a Ga'i:tti: at
11 his wav hero, ho read it
!, ofcou'me, it was backod
rn of not I os than "5.000
Wlurcas he liad
more than half that
M tho pas-t Ho added that
p n. was a spiendid adveitise-
i'1' i'i'), u'lt lie couldn't see
ploprh'torH iiiniiixr, 1 tn make
Hie ttentleina!! was in formed
iA.EiTj; was wurkliitr for the
at It wriQ I'ohiif to ho heio
H'ity got tin 23,000 pouple,
Ptliat, although Fort Worth
vuii'Miuu nut) tins vl. it
lUK'll, if not morft. lniF.hte.s
ly towns With even a larger
ii man timr mil timt. tin.
Was but an !iwlor ti tho
pnterprlso ofifs people.
lloirnn Iowa Mutt Lost H Vnllir.
Niyht before last ofllcer Neelcy, nt
the union depot noticed n very eccdv,
trumiHliko individual Bunted on one bf
tho benches in the: waiting room, and
In accordance with n rule of -thu com
pany, when closlug up time came,
asked tho B. i. to show him his mil.
road ticket or vacate. Thu s. i. pulled
out n ticket for El Paso, and was per
mitted to remain. A gentleman from
Decatur, Iowa, D. S. Cunningham by
name, was at this time waiting for a
train, ami a few minutes before It vn
duestepped uptothe ticket office to ask
some question, the tramp followed
out, taking with him his valise, as had
been donu by Mr. Cunningham. Tho
tramp deposited his valise besido that
of Mr. Ctinninghatn'H, asked a ques
tion, stooped down and picked up
vnUao, but not his, and deliberately
walked out of the door with Qunning
ham'a property. "When this gentle
man nicked m tho valise left hn nt
once noticed the dillcrcnco between It
and his own, nnd nt onco tried to re
cover his, but tho bird had flown.
Calling on Jfeely. Mr. Cunningham
asked if lie should retain tho
valise until his was re
turned, when Mr. Neely suggested
the idea that nothing of value was in
tho valise and advised opening it
which being dono revealed to tho as
tonished Cunningham and Neeley
nothing but old rags of thu commonest
variety, while, that of Cunningham's
had a fine suit of clothes and
other valuables in it. Mr. Cun
ningham took his train remark
ing, "that was a slick trick and the
fellow can keep the things." Asharp
look out is being kept for thu thief.
AGAIN IN CUSTODY.
Simon Gnlicrt lo 1 Trlnl on a. Writ of
Hubeas Coioiih Friday.
As is well undertood by those con
versant with tho law, tho bond given
by Simon Gilbert, when he waived ex
amination after the killing of Will
Jeter, was simply binding him over to
await action of tho grand Jury.
That body at its last sitting found an
indictment foi murder, which wasde
shed by the defense. Murder in the
first degree not being a bailable case,
the usual proceeding is to sue out u
writ of habeas corpus, when the de
fense makes such n showing ns
it can, reducing tho oU'enso and
having bail llxed. This Mr.
Gabert's attorney has done and tho writ
will be returned Friday and the case
heard by Judge Hood. Tho present
arrest lias no signification whatever,
being simply the regular courso of the
law in such cases. Mr. Gabert was
arrested by Deputy Sherlll" ltowin II.
Tucker nnd tnKcn to the ante room of
the jail where ho will remain with a
guaul until Friday, the day of trial.
Gabert isoheerful mid accepts tho in
evitable with a philosophical oyc.
The business of yesterday in this tri
bunal was of considerable importance,
tho following cases being disposed of :
Collins Bro's. vs. C. It. Harris.
Judgment by confession forJIOl.
Union Steam Mills vs. Boaz & Wil
liams. Judgment!))' default for $200.
Union Steam Mills vs. Ilona & Wil
liam, debt. Judgment for 205.
Uoyt it Co. vs. Ed. Harklns, gar
nishee. Mcllenry & Urown orignal
defendants. Judgment for $M.
Casey & Swasey vs. Wior it Carter.
Judgment by default for $-09.1.
IJner Seasongood it Co. vs Hugh T.
Wilson. Judgment by default (with
enquiry) for J3S0.40
J. K. E.ell & Co., vs. W. II. Wilson,
judgment by default for $347.10.
RobertUailey vs. Stanly ifc Marlow,
judgment by default for $295.85.
Traders National Dank vs. John W.
Turner et al., by default for $200,
amount of note against J. it. Farrar.
Thu case of T. J. -Lovelady vs. tho
T.ifcP., is now on trial. This is a
suit to recover damages sustained by
plaintiff in having -15 head of horses
shipped to Memphis, delayed at Lit
tle Jtock on account of high water.
Damages claimed about $1,000.
Steam vs. llor.sciluslt.
Shortly after four o'clock yesterday
afternoon, a team of fine horses
hitched to a spring wagon took
fright near the limo kiln
and ran at a furious rato to the track
of the Missouri Pacific, along which a
switch engine was coming at tho time.
When the frantic horses reached tho
track thoy tried to cross, but one horse
breaking loose from tho wagon was
only kept in place by the harness, so
the wagon was dragged along on the
outside and parallel with tho rails
while the horses were on the track,
tearing down toward the union depot,
the engine every now and then jog
ging tho animal's feet. It was n tight
race, but tho horses soon had to suc
cumb when they reached tho de
pot platform turning out and stopping.
A more exciting race was never 'Wit
nessed on any race course in the coun
A splendid lino of goods are now be
ing Fold astonishingly low at the
Star Auction House, corner of Main
and Second streets. The sale of dry
goods, clothing, hats, caps, boots,
shoes and a thousand other useful
articles, will continue until tho im
mense fctock Is entirely closed out.
This is 'nn opportunity seldom met
with, don't miss It. 1-lS-lt.
W. C.T. V.
The W. C. T. U. will hold their reg
ular meetings every Tuesday at !1
o'clock p. m., at the reading room over
Max Elser's old stand. All the Indlea
are urgently requested to attend and
aid us in our work.
Mns. J. T. Jkn.vinoh, .
Mils, A. A. JoiiNhoNV I'res't.
At the reildcnwj of bride's uncle,
Captain John Nicholh, byltov. P. H.
Dodkln. Mr. Felix H. Dickhon to Miss
Eliza Goodwin. The wedding was
strictly private, and a flrit-class sur
prise. Ceremony at S p.m., Wednes
day, January 17.
Dr. Ilaiius of Mineral Wells was In
tho city yesterday.
W. Polndextcr of Cleburne, was In
the city yesterday.
U. A. Aldrlch n well known cltlren
of St. Louis was In our city yesterday.
Willis nnd Walter Slowattof Lost
Vnlley, Jack county, are in tho city
spending a few days.
Henry Miller, nn old time citizen of
Fort Worth, but now of Weathcrford,
was in tho city yesterday.
M. Sehuorder of Sherman, has been
in thu city a day or two on business,
stopping at Glnocchlos'.
George W. Wilson of St. Louis, rep
resenting tho "Simmons Hardware
Company" was In the city yesterday.
Mrs. Alice Lobban of Louisville.
Kentucky, is in the city and will for
the future make her homo with her
sister Mrs. L. L. Moore.
Mosirs. It. It. Milton nnd E. F. Mil
ton of Archer City, well-known cattle
raisers of tho northwest, paid the
GAKirrru a brief visit yesterday.
W. II. Shndley. passenger conductor
comes in on iNo. 801, T. it P., and U
bringing his wife her llrst experi
ence in Texas. The GA'irrvi: wel
comes tho lady.
Mr. B. F. Banks of Danks it Bur
ton, Cottondalo, Wise county, called
on the GAZirrrn, yesterday morning,
and placed his name on record as
wanting tho dally market repoits.
G. H. Leinltt, n gentleman living In
England, was in tho city yesterday,
prospecting. Mr. Lemitt wishes to lo
cate in this section, and tho Gazcttj:
advises tho gentleman to "stay with
D. Laneri of New Orleans, brother
of the day mixologist at Glnocclilo's,
Is on a visit to his brother with a
view of settling in Texas. The Ga
zutti: trusts the gentleman will de
cide to remain.
Mr. M. V. Susong has como from
Collin county to settle In our own
prosperous Tarrant, and yill engage
in farming fifteen miles north of Fort
Worth. The Gazctti: gladly wel
comes such citizens totho county.
Mr. Gladson of Euon was in the
city yesterday, and called on tho
Gazctti:. He pronounces tho Ga
zihtu the best paper in the stnto apd
the South, showing his faith by his
works in having taken the paper from
its initial number.
The Ga.rrrn was pleased to recoiva
a call from Sam SUir, t)io dry goods
king of Denison. Mr. Star drove down
a stftke in this city several years since,
and had ho "froze to it" would have
been among the foremost of our bus
iness men. Howorcr, ho lias been
successful in Denison, and for this thu
Mansion Hotel for Kent.
Thenbovo named house Is otlored!for
rent. Time, tlireo to llvo years, with
a sale of thu furniture. Fifty beds,
and will soon have forty-live roonts
finished; thirty-six furnished with
the necessary furniture for holel pur
poses; n good artesian well; laundry,
with servants room; a brick cook
room with cook range, stnko broiler,
pastry stove etc.; dining room,cnpnc
.ono time, with sido tables, etc.
runner iiitormtition can do mm by
addressing W. W. Dunn, proprietor.
None need apply unless they can give
satisfactory references, together with
good security- for performance of con
tract. Tins house is well known and
has ft good name, as well as n llrst-ralo
Myubjcctlstoeuiargo tho capacity
of tho houu to one hundred rooms.
Ground sutllclunt; no better location for
such a house in the city. It is on
Main and Fourth streets 200 feet,
40 feet on Rusk street the nialu cen
ter of the city.
Now is tho time to make ft iiood
start. Five railroads running into the
city, anu more to no mun.
W. Dun.v. Prop.
Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 7th, 18S2.
Why, Charlie Ilydo (of Crescent
Restaurant fame) from Galveston,
whero he has been making contracts
for tho delivery of fish and oysters
fresh from the depths of thu briny.
A.M. Hkitton, rre. John JJichox,
Trw. S, W. Lokax, Cashier. -
OF FORT WORTH.
Capital and Surplus ;$1 65 , 0 00D 0
For Sale or Hunt.
Wiso county school lands, for lease
or sale: four leagues In Haskell county.
Apply to G. 11. l'lciciriT.
12 il tf County Judge Wio Co.
Clioup Conl for Everybody.
The W. F. Lako Coal Company are
prepared to furnish first-class coal, In
largo or small quantities, from their
mines nt Mlllsap. A full supply al
ways on hand nt their city yard.
Leave your orders with J. W. Slin
nions, foot of Houston street, or W. F.
Lake, comer of Second and Houston
streets. 13. C. KtNXY,
Local Passenger Train.
On and after Sunday, January 1 1,1S&'1.
tho Texas and Pacific Railway will
run a local passenger train, dally ex-
cupi Dummy, uuiween liongviowjune-
tion ami Aiuisap. lining west arrives
at Fort Woith ;i:55 p.m. and leaves at
4 i) in. Going east arrives at Foit
Worth 0:25 a.m. and leaves at U:S0u.ni.
This powder novor viulei. A ninrvcl of
mirlt.v. Klrmiuth nml vholrsoint'ioi. More
vconoinlcnl iiimi tlio onUnnry kinds, mul
ennnot bo Roul In couiM)tltlou with thu nun.
tltmlo of low test, shoit wclKlit, nluiii or
ihoplinto powilpw. Nold vnlit in cam. Hov
AT. IIAK1NO 1'OWUKU Co., 1W Wall Stroct, Now
A Eogular Banking Businoss
lu nil its branches, irinwccil.
Kxc-lmiiRO boiiKlithlul o, nnd ccMccttonn
nuulo on nil ncocsftllilo polntH. l)niw xlsht
.vv nli . I.n 1 ... 1 .i i.l i. ...I iHitnldl I'luiii.i. r U..
UaUllltllHV I'll l.ilMHIIIUl 4IVIIII1 V UimT) U."
ninny, Aviolrln, Knly, Dcnmtirk.HwcHlpn nnd
New IJounlliig House.
I haVo opened a llrst-clnss hoarding
hopse, at t tie northwest comer of Six! n
and Houston streets, wheio I am pre
pared to tako day boarders; terms, 55
per week. Please give me a call.
1-ld-lw J. X. Daxky.
JJurglary and Kobltery.
Somo few nights ago, tho oillce of
the gas works company was enteied
by one or moie burglars, and $30 In
money, hank books, papers, etc.,
stolen from the desk.
The thief afterward left tho bank
book and papers on tho bank of the
Trinity, where little Walter Smithy
found them, and calling Oluccr Daven
port's attention to tho fact, they were
returned. Captain Bailey Was away
in the East at the time, but has re
turned, and will doubtless ferret out
A Bison's Head.
Unquestionably (ho largest buffalo
head over brought to Fort Worth was
that received by Lew Stein from tho
west yesterday. It measured four feet
in height, and belonged at one time to
a splendid animal. A smaller head
was also received. Mr. Stein sent the
heads to Chicago last night, o be
properly piepared by a taxidermist,
when tlio larger will bo returned, tho
other having been given to ono of Mr.
Stein's Chicago friends.
8-At the Tlvoli JInll.-e5a
Vienna sausage and horse raddish,
Imported Swiss and Limburgcr
Russian caviar, Hamburg eels,
Imported Holland Milcher herring,
Pickled pig's feet and tongues,
Xeufchateller and hand cheese,
Imported Cervclat sausage, .
Lamb's tongues, etc.. always fresh at
Wholesale and retail.
1 8 'S3 3 mos
Must Be Sold.
Tlio largo and varied stock of dry
goods, clothing, hats, oaps, boots and
and shoes, and notions bought at forced
sole, formerly the stock of Sam Kaiser,
will be sold regardlers of (nice within
tho next thirty days by Lawson,
Smith & Co., who purchased thestock.
Great bargains can bo had.
Mr. C.J. Reck has just opened a
new saloon on the corner of Main
and Twelfth stieets, where the finest
wines Honors and cigars can always bo
had. If you want a drink "(It for the
gods" or a cigar that will afford you
real pleasure, don't forget Heck's Sa
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
Parties using coal should try tho
Wise County Coal Company's. It in
strictly first-class, free from slale and
sulphur. Price &7.GQ per ton. Leave
orders nt the ice stand next to Spencer
& Taylor's. Wm. H, Litti.u.
liund of Hope.
All members and friends of the
Rand of Hope aro requested to meet at
the reading room Saturday, 3 p.m.
Regular meeting every Saturday aftei
noon. M. F. Giiant,
E. Gulznian's barber shop is re
moved to Main street, next door o
Jiarrndall's drug store. Call and have
your work dono In a first-class barber
shop. an li.-tf
Now on hand the largest stock bug
gles and spring wagons in Xoith Texas
1-M-tr YV. A. Huitmak.
Xow lu stock 100,000 pounds Seutt's
barbed wire, 30,000 pounds plain nnd
galvanized smooth wire.
1-ll-tf W. A. Iluri'JiAN.
Win. viiiwliird ftf Min fJviiTi. nmmt i
.V . V 1...W.1 . ..V1 Vf4. . .. .J.CM..V
its columns for the latest news from
all parts of the world, and as tho holi
day season approaches they expect tho
Ga,i:tti2 to telUhem that tiiey can
Xew London Layer Raisins, Seed
less Raisins, Currants, Citron, Pitted
Iliinihliia ....'fwif .....1 t)rA...,.l A! litt..1 f iii.4
iii;. in.-,, on vvv .mil avium, itiaiivu uwu.
Fruit, Putter, ThurbersHonoy, Pigs'
feet, plain and mixed Pickles fresh
Whole and ground snlces of every
kind, strictly pure. The finest fens
imported, i no nest in anus oi roasied
and green collees
The finest French candles, Caramels
of all kinds, Jellies in tin, also in glass
sets, Pioscrves, Jams, Olives, Mangoes
Canned goods from California, Xow
Orleans, Raltimoro, Xew i'ork and
St. Louis of every variety.'
Tho llnest Xuw Orleans and north
ern sugar house molasses and maple
Cranberries. Lemons. Oranges, Co
coanutH, Apples, Figs, Prunes, Horse
radish All of the above articles and many
others lower than at any othoi house-in
Fort Woith, at the Fancy Grocery
Store of '
. Uonnnfl, t.nwion A Hlmpson, Now York;
Vnlley Xullonnt Dunk, tsu lml. Mo.; lm
vtorturn' mul Traders' jfiillomit ldmk, tfviw
York; VI rut National lt:ink,Gnlvt"don,Tcxnii;
ntlrutm' Hunk of I.oulsluim, Now Orli'tms.
J. M. ROBBINS,
Sign Work, Interior Decorating
RT O.K. PAINTSHOP,
Combs, Read & Go.
IN THE MUNSWIQ BUILDING.
63 HOUSTON STREET
No -9 Main Street.
Meei"scliaiuh and imported
root cheap at Wells' drug store.
, Lost-On the l.'Uh, red Gordon setter
dog. Has on collar with plate. An
swers to name of "Jolly." A liberal
rewind will ho paid for his leturn to
R. E. Montgomery's residence,
jan 10 tf
A fur robe between the dopol and
Clark House, on tlio night of January
15. Parties will bo paid $ upon leav
ing the same at the Clark House.
The members of E. R. Xo. HIS, Iv. of
P., aro requested to attend tho regular
meeting on Friday evening next, Jan
uary 19, 1S83, at Castle Hall,
Sec'y and Treas'r E. R. 103.
BOOK MX VERY,
BEST Jj XOllTjnVEST TEXAS
A T STOCK JO UJtJtAL O FFIQE.
Ladles Aid Association.
St. Andrews' Ladles Aid Associa
tion (Episcopal) meets regularly
every Wednesday, 1 p.m., lit tho resi
dence of the vice-picsldeilt, Mrs. Dr,
Fltzhugli, corner Fourth and Taylor
All strangers are cordially Invited to
visit tho society.
Mas. C. L. Hauuis.
Mits. Dk. FiT.iiuoif, Vice-President.
II. C. L. Gouman,
Secretary anil Treasurer St. Andrew's
Lfidleu Aid Association, East Relic
nap street, opposite Robert McCarl.
WmviBii to nuv, uiUiivr.HKi) at
St. Louih, 10,000 tons
For which we will pay the highest
market price. Address.
A. R Mayhh.
10M to 1022 North 12th street, St.
Louis, Mo., or L, Racr, Fort Worth.
liuliim Nation Coal.
T am selling the best quality "radian
Xnllon" coal per ton, $8.60; one-half
ton, $1.25. Send or telephone oiders
to "urain i-jjovotor."
X. 0. RJIOOKS.
SIM: Jlemtnrhi) nml rellcn all llm tmn1lM lncl
rt it to n liilioua i lulu (if llm r) rti m, i urli in 1)1;.
rmefs, N.IHPM, Druttsluosii, ifirttiostiiRcri'ntlM;,
1'iId lu IhoH 1", fx Wlilla lliclrmuitrcmark.
nliioeiecc U omnhm u In urlru
JTf nd i-lio. j-etr,nrkT'Bl,ltt!p Uwrrillnniornnall;
viluaWrt In Coimtliutlon, cnrlue ciul iuvvidiS;
tlila uitlio) niouiillilt, lilo lln'y nlfo corKcS
nil tllwrdrrri of t!u plomnrh, ctjmulnlo llm liver
ami retfulatu tlio lcmd!i. Vaku if llicy only curutl
At'jntliry would Van'mott prlo dew f o lUnm urtio
ojiiiT IrtiiH IIiId iliMicmlut; comilftlut ; Imt fortu-
inu ly men (juoauus noes iinirnu ncru, aim innra
V ho uuco try 1 liuin 111 nnd tliccn Ittllu lillln vaIu
nwiiiatn wiiny wajainriiiii-y wiiintu w
to do w Ubuut Uiuia, llutkllcraUelcl: licad
In tlicibano ot ro mauy liven (Imt lioro In wlicro wa
VMUn our Krout twant. Our pllU curu it wlillo
Cnrtcr'8 Midi) IJv-r1 Villa nrn very Hmoll JincJ
very cuiy to InUo, ( viur two pU mnliau clou'.
'llwj mo etrlrlly vci;olablq nml do iHitctlponr
lmrcc, butliytliolr EDiitln octlo;i ytWato all irho
utuihcni. In vll ut 99 rantn; flo for SI. Bolt!
by (IroBcltli everywhere, pr Kill liy mall.
CiUtTJEIt MI3OX0INJ3 CO.,
flow York City.
For milo by L. N. IlrunHwIg.
THAT IS OFTEN IMmi
We chango tho Advortisoment that occupies this spneo onco a weolc.
Pursuant, thorefore, to the custom in votjuo, wo must write SOME
THING this week to morittho attention of our friends, just as ve havo
dono every week sinco wo havo oponbd.
&jI Ii a
A pocket-book, containing valuable
papers, probably belonging to H. 13.
Wolff. Bv callimr and describing
pniporty and paying for notice, owner!
can ouuiin wnn. t-i-tt
If wo were politicians, wo could bog off under a ploa that.wo voro en
gaged in writing a lengthy article on tho civil service reform hill, which
must be ready for congress insido of a week,
BUT THAT'S TOO THIN, Eh?
Suffice it to say, then, that wo want to he indulged for a veelc or so,
and will, thorefore, merely remark here, that wo aro closing otit tlio
remnants of our winter 3tock at prices wonderftilto cotemplato.
YOU ALL KNOW WHAT WE CARRY.
3Ir. Vim Znndt.
If Mr. Van Ztuidt, tho. contractor
and builder, will call at thc,GAZKTra
oillce ho will confer a favor. r '
" Fresh vaccine vlrtw JtiHt received ut
Well's drugstore, 1-lS-lt.
5S HOUSTON STREET.
OUTFITTERS For All MANKIND.
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nro nnviiyo on tun
lor I'lmiiros lu In-
otoiihu tlmlroiiriilUKN, anil lu
tunc lUToniii weitiiny; iihimi
who to not ntiptoxo inriv
opiiorltmlili'M roiimlu In iony. Wo oilliv
a Kntt cluuu'o to iiiiikti nunitiy. Wow nut
nu'ii.v onion, lioymtntl nlrlHto workln tlirlr
locullttiv4. Any one nut (lu tlio work )iroporl
fi oin tho llrst Html, Tim IiiinIihisi will lmy
more tliun ten tlio.sordlilury whrhii. Uxpon.
slvooutiU freo. No ono uIkkmiriikuo fullH to
tiiuUo moiioy niihtly. You can uouitoyour
wliolu tlmu lo tliowoilt.or only unr hihuo
liioint'iitx. l'ull iiilot'imitloniiiul nil tliltl tx
needed Ht'iit free. Addrrun
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