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THE GAZETTE: wmT WOTITH. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13,
ltAILKOAI TIMI3 TABLE.
Train Ltavo Union Depot.
TKXAK ASn 1MCIW0 . It.
I,ere..... .,.-.. ., ... . fcwn.ni
Arrive ... 1 - tft 10 rjj
Leave..- . . ir4.'.-?? ' '
ACCOMMODATION TIIAt.V WfyrT MVStU
ve ...... -..-...- r"Jn.tn
Ml.NKOIiA AND WACO ACCOMMODATION.
iwutii mvstttlnAiur kxckpthvsuay.
Arrives . ' !"
Leave......- w- - -. I iwn
kaw notr (t'Aii.r kxcbit jujjthav.i
Arrive.............-. - "'y?""m
IveiW.. .120' P.m
How an Austrian Soldier Became the Sec
relarj of an Adventured.
Trl'MBpUmitTotrrnf tk lTorUby TliUfln
lh Kmploy of.Mru Meckay.
MlOimi I'AVIPIO It. It.
MAM.AXi nxriins worn Jiou.sn,
... ., ftlAjun
... -.....-. .. IfctOp.m
TltANSCONTINKNTAr. 11. If
xaji and Kxi'itkM otrru IOO.M.
Arrive....,. ... . IWp.H
Leave ... .. - . (.-Ojbjh
OU1.I', COI.OKADO A- S. K. IL it.
MAIL AXII KXrilBM KOKTII 1IOB.MD.
Arrive-.- .. II p.tn.
LtATM- .. -...,-.. . ftlJ d.m
FOUT 1VOHTII ANII DP-WI'It IU It.
MAir, axd Kxi'mm wirm wicko.
Arrive ... . . - 8JS p.m
LeftYC. . 7.-C0 8.111
CnMttrrilmi (it iVirt Worth.
Th Texan ruclrir bound et connect with
the Mlnourf J'aelftc bound noolli, and tho
fort Worth arid Denver bound north.
TliTex I'aelMe bound WMtenhecUwllh
thn Mluoarl 1'aclfle bound north.
The f lolf, Colorado A S. P. bviund north con
nect with theTextur I'acine bound went.
The Fort Worth aud Denver hound Miiith.
connect with tho Mlwourl IVielDc bound
north and tTexii 1'urUle bound wist.
ThoTranv-ontlnentftl txiund wjtilh ronnectx
wllhlhoTexM find rnrtllo lmnd wc-nt ftud
the Mt4ourt l'eine hound rimtli.
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H arc nutttnrtrml Io iitiitottlirn nenrcr W.
'Velrtun enndldnto for clly ninmhnl, dor
thin lit April, hl
U'oiiro tutlliorlfl tnnitiKHtitcn V. M. Hen
f n nintllihitu for rity Slurnltiil. Klurtlim
Wit urn nillhorUi'd (nmttlimnrn.l.Jllffslonii
itrniiilhlnuiitir (lly ,Mitrhul, I'htthin.Apill
WaiirontitlinrUedln iinixuinni tho lmino
of II. A. ThoniiiH, a it rmidldnln for oily .Mai.
.Iml tit, lliii miHiiltii; ell elcctUli,
Wu nro miihnrlreil to ninioiinro 0. W. Jim,
Mil Liindldiitf fur City .Mnrnlml nt tho eit
niiln oily oh'Ctliin. 41-lSi-lf,
Ciir trfir it ml Tnllrrlnr.
S'n iiriiiiuthorlicil touiiiimimn H, ' Mml.
iIoiihii c.unlliliilo fur tho oilloo of imwmor
mid oollcftor. CleotUtu Aptlinrd. ISM.
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o urn ititthorlri'd to titiitiitinro Jrmc J.
Mi iliott iiHii rntiilliliitu for rity nwior mid
eotlcrlor. ill ilio vimiiliiK city rlertl-n.
FOR S5 CKNTS.
AilvcrtUiMiwiiilftor four or live Humor lem
liinnrtnil In (lilt column ror titunty-ilvo cviiti,
eniili Inmirtlon. KhcIi uddltlonnl lino ten
T.vkk NoTice.TranRl(ntiartlo,tinl IIiomi
with wlmni wo Imvo no nciyittntH on our
IiooUb, HI tin required to v.r in ahvami'k.
My ixHldaiten on Went
ntontM, oito item of Kroiind, liutli new, A
iftWiln. I'MtloiiuiMleiKtKiii'doti Uhi piriit
hj;v,. J. l;'l'AjtANT:.li-n'lm.
A hi'OoihMiiiiii! piano, nriirly im irno,l bm
non. AddreiwN,lAivklloi Pl, Tort Worth,
A lurnlnlu'd ntoilt on Wet Kecotid flieet.
nclnilili,H It U rotivoithMit Io liithn nml
iml tloor toufiooil hoiiiitiujj l.oiiHc, Inquire
n( (hi utlUv. wwt
. oi.n t'Arr.iii.
Old pnnarH for witoiit thin olllconl Nt renin
J(r hundred. sj-ir
, , , I'liiffrttmApiir
OrMmrt-liiitid wrltliitftiuiKlitolthor In elttHd
r prlvittely. ,. II. KTAMf, coritor Hunk mid
tilth i.trots. i'j.w
,VMTnpupir to bo .Sliutnl -rr.iii(-ill.Y and
rroeit'Ks Cllhiir .VoIom of Iutrent.
Vernon, Jtnuiiiry 17. -Vtution Is to
hitvu u nuwHpnitor Mttm tho Vonioli
Ouuril, tho htvt Iksuo or which will
miilto Utj ttupcnranpo ubtml tho astli.
Our town iHhniirovliiK nmiiUy mid
u jjrcul numy Htvangoru tiro hero itroH
Mr. T.-"VhnlH0r llohhison, itrom
tnt'ntt!ltl'.tn of tills itliuv, Iwwcs thls
week tor Atthtln in tho lulorowt
nt whut In Joiowii thu Town (join
IKtiiy of Vuvnott, Ho och
tO V HCUIIVO tho pltfcMlJIO of
Jt HpCclal act mUhoil,iiK tho land
tioinmlmiiviH'r to Iksiicmi patent to tho
school 1u(h1 ttjum whtoh Vornon Ih
Stock Ih wlntorliiK ' Hue condition
In WHimrgor county.
A now jail In hclnir built hero and
will ho toady for the recent Ion of
(iullo a nuinhor of antelope nnd a
few bunUlooulhunrniilctttii this nW.
William Alston died hero recently
nnd was lutrlcdhy tho thiultv of his
frentH, notwithstanding ho was horn
with "a tdlvor spoon" In hi mouth
and wiw twolro mouth hro wotth
T0,W)t). Whisky nnd womeji did It.
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Tho uhlldron oHcu set burned or
bruised. Uuow.n'b Ahmca SaiamHh
Miriiiiiiou to euro at once. Twontv
live eontH, For sate by T. W. lowo 1,
M. M, Well,,, 1.. X. UnuiKWl),', O. W.
ashww, and . u. l'ate.M, 1)
tinliuvlUb Hack Uw.
i . tf W1.1 ,l!,d Jt. luu'k llttn he.
!X1 'i1 innnrf uhcv He. T "hi.rh
" r "; ,M ' mw uw uo ii iritis anil
?""n.U.l!'H'"l "l,a U'UVM "'XllOWlllQ tt"j,
iV.s J. ,'",.." .v.rcl .8 whiipHbflit, witV
Philadelphia, January JO. A VI
ennn letter to the Time gives the rbl
lowlntf lutcriMtlugfttory: I'or the past
few da lhe!"OClety Hon of this city
has been mi JltiHgartan actor iiaincil
KadtMkv, who gained liN distinction
notun nccotiittof IiIh talent before tho
AK)tlIttIit., but owing to the halr-
breadth esreipe and fctrango vlelI
(ti(Ir.t of fortune that have It-fullon
hi in ftlnto he Iat left Vienna,
lit the year 1S7U Jladesky was
an actor who enjoyed grat
ioitilnrlty In the dlflcrenf
nrovlneeii along tho Danube, but tlr
nu of his roving life ho entered the
nrmyiUin huwar. He JotneI the reg
iment of Jtadcaky, which was then
garrisoned in n amnll Unvn named
J'anlubf, within a few miles of this
city, He was of father film build, nnd
owing to that lact when entering the
i regiment no was jeereti at uy a cor
poral who was the acknowledged bully
of the regiment. Uclng unacquainted
atthu time with military life, Hntkf ky
jxdltely informcti the man that aha
was not criterion of bravery.
A duel with ftwordft wu.s decidctl
upon, mid they met. If the corporal
had Imagined that he could gain an
easy victory ho wiw greatly mlninkcu,
a.s JtaikMky'B Mtagc training had famil
iarized lif in with the use of the sword,
and his training came in good idcad
on this occasion. He disarmed the
bully three timea In sueccsioii and
dually gave him a thrust through the
shoulder that necessitated his removal
to the hospital, where ho remained for
six weeks. After this display of skill
our actor was molested no more, Itut
on the contrary, ho gained the rfcspeet
and estuem of Ids comrades through
several nets of bravery, notably tho
rescue of u whole lamlly from a
burning building when thu
military had been called out to
assist the Hrcmeii who weio powerless.
Nothing Ismoreudinlietl than bravery
in the army, and thew) feats on his
jtart gained ltadesky the gootl will of
his (illkers, who often allowed him the
privileges generally denied to a soldier.
To parade the streets in "mufti" or
cltien's clothes is strlekly forbidden
in the Austrian iirmy, but Jtadesky's
oillcers fltnetl their cyeu to this rule
When they perceived a well-dres-icd,
well-bred citizen who at roll-call
answered to tho name of Private
Iladesky one day got the usual leave
of absence for forty-eight hours, and
ridding himself or his splendid white
lnvasted uniform, he donned a civil
ian's suit that was conveniently await
ing litm in a small house, situated a
hundred yards from tho barracks,
iilltlodld he think that ho had taken
ofl'hls badge of servitude for tho last
time. With a sense of relief he walked
with hurried steps towaul town.
Thinking over his strange lot in life,
he was gently sauntering along the
Tabor strasse, in Vienna, when the
(Tightened screams or tho people
around him attracted his intention,
Two hornet, were dashing at ti head
long Hpeed down the street,
dinging after thum a barouche In
which a lady was seated. She was
screaming for some one to stop the
ho scs, who had been frightened aud
weio tearing away at a breakneck
pace. Thu light carriage struck
against a projecting stone near tho
etitb, when Hadesky came to tho tes
cite, Without a moment's hesitation
ho rushed aeioss thostwut lust In time
to catch tho horses by tho head, who,
cheeked In their mad course, icaicil
and lilunged so much that tho bravo
man's Hie was for a time In great
dangur. Ah soon as ho was treed Mom
his dangeioiis position Hadesky
limped to the earrlago to where he
lady had fainted and, stepping Into
tho vehicle, he did all In his
power to rovivo tho occupant,
Who ho preeelved was a beautiful
noble woman, Hlselloits were soon
crowned with success, aud tho most
lender black eyes In the world beamed
forth gii'tltudo for their owner's deliv
erance front peril.
As soon as she could speak she told
her brave juesorvcr that her name was
Lady fjavton.and that sho was passing
thtough Vienna ona tour of tho world.
She would have told more had not
lttulesky swooned from the pain caused
by ltls Injuries.
Lady l.ayton Immediately diovo tho
now pacified and obedient homes to
her hotel, wheio sho gave orders for
Kndcskv'aoomfott, For several days
ho was in a had state, as tho klok fiom
tho horse moved to bo ex
cessively palntul ir not daitgerous,
but theso days wero happy ones to
him as ho was watched over day and
night by Lady Layton. The thought
uovor entered bin mind of ref timing to
barracks, but if ho Rn-got his duty the,
colonel did not, and on tho fourth day
of ltls accident a pmvost guard made
Its appearance at. his bedside. They
only loliuqulshed Iholrohject of bring
ing him back fettered as a deserter
when the reason of his absence had
heon explained and tho doctor had
given a eertlllcato showing that re
moval would prove dangerous to tho
itaiieni. uauesuy acknowledged to I
iiatiy utyton that he was tired of mil
itary llfo aud would give muuh to be
The lady Immediately set about pro
curing his discharge from tho army.
hue successively went to the colonel ' t
oi ins j-egtmeni, who renisod to sanc
tion such n step, and In sheer despair,
liady Uyton applied ror an audience
of tho Austrian minister or war,
thtough the Kugllsh coiimiI, who
touched tit her evident sorrow and
prevlouslll-succes.s. granted tho honor
able discharge of tho soldier, Sho r-
trneti to her prisoner with tho Joyful
lill.if.a ...! II..... j ... ., - . .
.,..,..,,, ,.u imij- win cm over his '
future movements. Itadesky wished '
to return to his profesaton as an aotor,
but Lady Layton pioposed that he!
should accompany her in her travels i
I ..'.,,,u' wrcwy. Alter much
hesltatlno Hadesky accepted
t its position, and within few days or
tho ttceidcnl they Avero speeding to
wards Paris. Lady Iyton hasteiietl
away from tho l-'tench capital with tin
linputlenco which surprised tho sol-dlei-i-eertHary,
iiondon, Uerlln, and,
In met, till tho .Kuropcnn cities of note
Steam Brass Goods
OP ALL KINDS.
nd her ccrelarv rare! tiltiw well. U.P.'MA.meu AW.l,JtrAv'L
When they had tired of the marvellous TAT?rtt AVftllTlF
sights of the Holy Land, they left JtUJU W UliXI.
Kgypt and turnetl thelrcoureo towards ! -. . - ani i-t- fr
? aiv,sK",B3-fifiAS L GHT GO.
tho travelers, and they were received , v-i J UIWI ' v w
equally well In Calcutta, where they deaujiw xv au. ki.vds or
rimti.il imltoii fnmro iimontr.st tho Of- I
ficcrsofthe KngltMt reglmchtu ta-nnc fif nnill & AViltor Pll)CS
tinned there. ! T every town where; ""J OltMIll a IfUiLi j.ii,
they remained. Ja(iy J.ayton couiu
bear none but the best hotels.
China and Japan were next visited,
ami after their beauties and attractions
were exhausted, Lady Lnytott took
.tirner with her secretary for San
Franclfco. After a pleasant Journey
they reached thej Golden City quite
safely. She seemed excessively ner
vous, probably on account of such a
long sea voyage, and decided to
land after all other pas
ficngors had disembarked. When the
bustle and confusion of the arrival
had subsided, Lady Layton descended
thegangway, but had scarcely touched
terra flrma when a quiet looking gen
tleman advanced quickly toward iter
aud placing his hand familiarly tijon
her shoulder, said: "Leonora Price, I
arrest you, aud here is my warrant.'"
Hadesky was thunderstruck and had
scarcely moved a pace when an ofllccr
walked up and arrested hit. "What
does this mean'.'" said our actor, quite
at a loss to understand such
proceedings. "It means," said
the man, "that wo have JUst
arrested the celebrated Leonora Price,
alias Lady Layton, who a short time
ago stole .'00,1)00 franes from Mr.
Alaekay. tho bonanza king in Paris,
and wo Imvo at lift tracked her here."
Hadesky was taken before a magis
trate, but was reb-'aed when it was
proved that he was Innocent of the
charge preferred against him, whilst
his less unfortunate "employer" suf
fered tho penalty of her wrong-doing,
lttulesky, after moving over the globe,
fometimed as a porter, doing all kinds
of odd jobs for a living, has reached
Vienna from Olago in New Zealand.
"Jh It wroni? to Iclm?" ink u tltnld maid
Of thn deep sliltnnierlnu Hands that bor
der tho deep.
Hut no tiiver fthcgol ne.tho wnvclet.
A roundelay gay as they klmcd her feet.
She asked 1Mb mil, hut ho only turned
His saury fiieo fiom the Kaslcrn ulty
j, And klMied her checks till thoy flrly
And ntcirof vcxnllon dlntnicd her eye.
.She uslied tho Mind ai It came from tho
The seir-atin queKllon. The atiswer came
For a ryphor irati(r up nnd kissed her
And ruby red lips till they nceniedatlniue.
Hhn nuked ti youth wan had ehnneed nlonp,
Anrt the moral itiction wits wjlved In a
Kor hoiiuswcredj ''0, maiden, It ntiy bo
Hut" hum he proved 11 "It's very nice!''
If tho fen, and inn. nnd UtoKofl south wind
KUh tinmnlesti'd by bolt or bnti,
Whrrothw heart U ciiccr, mill Uto 1 Ips mid
Aro not reluctant, why shouldn't man?
A man sealed in one of tho carriages
of n funeral procesihm in New Or
leans opened hlssnuirbox. 'V'iu wind
blew thoMitill into tlio eyes of tho
horses attaclted to the carriage next in
line. Maddened by the pain, the ani
mals broke from tho lino aud ran away,
and dashed tho carriage to pieces
a'jalnsL n lamppost.
Messrs. Hoycr & Co., diuggUts,
Pleasanton, Texas, say: "Jtrown's
Iron IJittors give more satisfaction
than any other medicine Ave sell."
1 . 1 7-d&wlw
MLshM. Nowmtin, Mt. Calm, says:
"Hrown's Hon Hitters cured me of
dyspepsia when nothing elso could
kelp me. 1-17-thfewlw
For repaltlng of all kinds, go to
Keller's can lago manufactory, Thioek
motton street, near comer or second
imm 10-1 2-tf
A religious paper speaks of David as
tho "liitldy-mced, red-haired, blondo
young man, who oueo bocame king of
RKPIIP.T OF THK ('ini)ITinV
Citizens' National Bank
At Wonthprlbrd, In the Stnte of Texm,
the elo.o of bimluesii, Dnconibor 30th, Hs.
I.ons MHl ilLrnmil). 5r .,,.,..
tlTerdmns . ...;.. ..Z""" .,",""',r a'wJ ui
I AM V)
IT. S. bond In Mi.mif., i.lt..nilVii.V.V""'
Due from other imtlonii) lmnk.. !
Due Irom statu baukHiotd Imnkers,
Heal entitle, nil nlltint it ml tKtureti...
tiirnMitv.xponrsft,n taxes iiulii...
l'remluiUN paid. . , '
HIIIk or oilier hanhi, ."..'.
Specie ,"' , '"
l-esul tenilur notes.,, " "
Heileniiiilott lund with U.'s! Tms'iv'
apllal nock paid la . , .
IttllllTllIrit lirotllu " ''"""
?i,"!i.i"."1 ',m!,k M0,'" outHii'iiii'iinVr;
IndUlduitl drposltK subleet tocltei
Patent Frictionless Check Valve,
Gibson's Lift and Force Pump,
Victor Globe Valve,
Tf Coke for wile by tho ton of St) B.g. nt
workdjs 00; delivered Si "3; by tho 100 B. CO
ccut.s at work.
Firo Brick, Tilo, Tiro Clay for Sale,
Kfltlmate clvon on nil kind of gas. steam,
water and plumbing work, etc Ofllco and
shop at Una Works.
- Call and examine Victor Oloba Valvo
aud ChecJ' "! vo ; bent In tho market.
1)K. A. J. LAWRENCE.
. u,mw no
. 61,000 0)
. t,im on
. !i,;iv -ji
lieek t'.fA". "t
tho nottttt hound tnUn,
t'uro emili hux, l i.
ltoiimnd .vrittir s of ,, ,; ,,lVK "'i?' S
Time oertltteaios or dot"wi , ti Q
1 ue tiMitherimtlonnl lmnk. . ' ';
Due toMato banks and Imnken... . 70s W
J"mr"- " . - MMjtW M
State of Te.MtN, fount or Parker, s;
I, A. h. AMIKKM'S, CAshlor of thd mIiovo
t.amedbuuk. do solemnly scar tbat ll,S
iir;ricu1're,,.,,,e " u w v,1i?
J. P. MeKisxiK,
lunert vilfl: 1k"' County, Texas.
W. li. F.nt)t.r,MAN, 't
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IIOt.Hro lk kUOPlllliK 1...
nnd dam beforo mu .in.
wore visited, nnd from Marseille (hoy !
ero-vttl tho Mediterranean to ISgvnt.
Whero they traveled us; great peiKonl
,Ki, -4ier uuo iravo i.ativ i,hvaii
something mlslity and nub'
iiu itMiyu iiontna to ciiii.
liter tlmo. fat n week in
yoiu-own town; J-Jouttlirroo. So rlk. Kr".
O t 1H1R new. Capital not re.m rod. Wo
wll nirnlsli you . tocrytlilng. ' "m y Zo
miikttigfortune. Uulles inak" ai mirh as
inen,undlK)i.niidKlrlH make aa mtli", JJJ
'" ""ii Uoyn and tslrU make treat Vy
Header, irj on want biulnosmu liiViM, K.I.:
1'Hll llllltFniil iuif nil 'il,.. !... "",VJr
larilculiiii.to ' 'li.irVi.r.KWri.Iv."
novso-iy lMrllaml, Slaise,
FORT WOJITJr, TEXAS,
OiTlCi:.In Scaton Hiilldlng, over "Win.
Hrown's Grocery Htorc.
A. E. DODSON,
Xjaiid aixcl Oollootion
J O- E 3iT T,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
Qb'FM!l-Ko. 13 Jrtfti Street. Up Stain.
UHIV5 NITHOUS OXIDK OA8. G-21y
Real Estate and Collecting Agont,
JlKKtlllAN, HOSQt'K t'OUMTV, TRXAS.
Will buy, sell, Iciibo and rent lands, investl
itato mid perfect tltloK, and don Rcucrnl land
agency biiKliiess. Handles laud in nnv
county In Texas. Special iittDiitlon to col
W. W. K0UTJI,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OFFICE Xo. 1 Jiifn Street. IletUlrnce,
y. If. Onlhoun niirf 'tird Street. 5-iitf
J. J. KAXE,
Ai'diitect and SuporintondGiit.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OFFICE-At the Manrton Hotel, Iurth Street
riatiH and Hpcrltleatlwits with nil modom
Improvements, Including cHtlnintcH of tho
cost or evrry description of hulldltigs In the
city or country. Postotlloo Hox :iu, ttiu
l i:.IUkikiM. I)., J.Tv.MATmtwsTM.l).
)S. DANIEL As 31A'JT?IIEWS,
SURGEONS AND PHYSICIANS.
A9-OlUcoon Second Klrrot l.otween Main
and Houston-Klist National Hank building.
Telophoao connections. b
KOHTWOHTH. - - - -cpl
mohketii:, wiii:i:iant countv, tkxas.
In promitt iittenihineo on all tho District
Courts orthe Paii-llnndle: "lvll Huslness ,1
Specialty: will Hondor Iiiid for 'lii"cs" l'ny
iirtenflii land: IiivestlKiitoiiud 1'urfect Titles
to lnn.1, and Hedeem Uiud Sold for Taxes
Ijuids iloiiKht and Sold on Commission; CoU
lections quickly mmio ami remitted; Cor-
.VIV.V!.1"'."! sollie, u'(l nl,tl. Information no
curately and readily lurtilshcu. il-ia!
This hotel has boon nowly rurididied, and
Is prepared toaecommodato tho public. Tho
ffitVrr n!Mii 1V X
HENRY & SANBfi
Agricultural Implements, Iron, Wagon and
Browne Sulkey, Buford, Brinley andOtlii
BARBED AND PLAIN
Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools a Specif
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New House! Now Furniti
Within a Few Steps of the Union
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CAFT. S0ULE, Clerk. YX. II. ALDItlDQK, Proprh
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E. F. TACKAB
Manufacturer of, Wholesale and Retail Deal&rij
Saddlery, Hantwara, Harness, M
m:anufactures the world-renowkei!
Kino KHdilles nnd lmmen
Will furnish mei chants at closest market prices,
THE FORT WORTH
STAPLE AID FAUY GRflCI
Tobacco .xa.c5L Cigars,
uaiiiorma fruits una Canned Goods;
you iwlll find a large and fresh stock to (.elect from, nt IJoltomlP
of Houston and Fir-t, Rtrevt, at J. H. Hrown's old stnud. JJO"oln11
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wholesale and retail dealer in':
urugs, Medicines, Pal
OILS, DYE STUFFS, WINDOW GLASS, ETC,
NO. 10 HOUSTON STiiwrr,
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Successor to Godwin & Oarpentei
BRICK LIYERT STA1
Livery, Carriage and Omnibus Li
Cor. Throckmorton anfl TIM Streets, Fort f ortl,!
WE WILL MAKE SPECIALTIES OB
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All gnloirh will ww-. t.