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S GAZETTE: TOUT WORTH TEXAS- SATURDAY. MABCH 10.
IE VANS & MART
WltL OFFER THIS WEEK THE FOLLOWING LINES OF NEW GOODS:
Q-Hlro ourl Safins in nil flip' Now SLUufi
FAKES & CO,
YOMSJfS iwiu w A1V" -UUQg
WOOL DRESS GOODS-NEW SHADES AND FABRICS;
istrlotf ? .
i), well f t,
I to thi I
Jlcg I f
1 1 led n
JJottoiu Prices Giiiirnntccd.
FAKES & GO.
TJ211MX OF SVIlSCmU'TJON.
Oub month. !J
Tlirco month ..... iw
Hlx month - 1W
Ouo yeiii" .- Vfvo
iTItK WKKKI.Y OA3SKTTK ,
Ha heon rcron Uy cnlnrKWI nnd Improved
nnil novf caniuixu fifljtlr toLVHhH of rend
lng mutter, imulo uii irom tho crcum of Hie
dolly idli Iiiiih, iiuikliie It tlio boliind cheap
et pniivrtli tlmf nun try will to anbicrlh
cm In nil partner llioUnltrdHtnK'Knndfnn
nilim irco of noMngc, at tlio followlru; low
Three, month - .,!
Hlx month S W
Ono yenr . j w
tsnlnvrlptlon to dnlly ml weekly In strictl j lit
advnnw, (ind nil raper utopjied when time
paid foroxplrtr. . . .. .
Huhscrlbcr ilcnlrlnK tlio iiddrcH of their
jroner clinnei'd will pleiwe utato in tlitir
communication Ixjth thu old ndncwud
drin. Kemlt Uy Iraft on Kort Worth, pojtofflto
mono outer or reentered letter. If ent
otherwlowo will not ho responsible for
inlcarriftg. ., ,
Address, OAzmf., Kort Worth, Texas.
Hpeclmeti copte ent freo on application.
ItnutRtilf state clomly, m 1th local wind
7mit!y northeasterly ; stationary or higher
temperature and higher prrMure. Wentsulf
tl&trf, fair weather, varlatde wlndv , station
ry or higher U'mprratiuo.
Ci razing-Farm Ijmtl lorSalo.
Four lotH caeli, uI)ut."0,X0,oiie 100.
W, one 200,Wn) acrw. Tlio only large
iKMlkwi to bo hud in the statu in or
canlwl counties. Amurcti security,
rapitl "nlmncfiiK'tit In vnlue, extra
(clrhle for tuvor lnvt-stiuunt.
K. H. CI HA li AM,
Orahnin, Youiik f'Mtntty, 'IVxui.
m ... i
GrnzlnK-Frtrin Iiuils For Sale.
i20O section In a (solid Ixxly.
ItVJ ticcllon lit a )olld lwdy.
2ft0 acctlon nltoriiiitiN,
tfeO Kvcllotn willd body and xvell
-watered, oxtni lino for KrnJn?.
Will nHitro enhaiicenieiiL on present
IMOO horaen, Anieriean stock, at a
jipeClnl bargain, delivered In Wichita
niiiiia.H, riiMi'iiKToy s i;o.,
IJOOAimfs won the shoot Ing-inatch
yesterday in St.
Louis, beating Dr.
A kihk at Georgetown, Texas, yes
terday dewtroyed the dry goodd houeo
of A. It. Hui!i:nsti:i.v.
Tin; excursion of Chicago and St.
LoiiIk HtocUinen anil capitalist were
auothci- column of tho GA.irn'i: this
morning. We only publish the tabu
lar statement of tho busitutu in our
telegraph columns for want of
space. The report of the
government directors begins -with a
detailed statement of the difficulties
experienced by the directors in gain
ng thu information requisite for an in
telligent and faithful discharge of their
duties. One of tho eoveriiincut di-
J reclora, In his seareli for the informa-
Two thouxand dollar changed hntidsi tion, called at the otlleo of the compa-
tlie other day in 1'lttsburg on a dogjnyin New York to ascertain if any
entertained la-t night by
of His Springs.
light, and still the war on tbeso nublu
' ' nam
Ax editor left Fort Wayne, Indiana,
witli a largo amount of unpaid bills on
hand, The matter is explained by
thoslmpie statement that he had po
Tjiby are going to have a billiard
liiiiniriiiii'iiL in flhlraiiro and have im-!
jmrted a Frenchman who caroms on a
ball from the Grand Pacliic Hotel to
the Palmer Hoiie. St. Louis is behind
Tin: foreign dispatches state that
branches of the "black hand" toclcty
have been discovered in Kstramadura.
Thu man who lost his roll In a little
game of draw the other night, said ho
thought there was a branch of tho
"black band" in Kort Worth.
Wichita Falls, Texas.
ao man wno loves l-ort worth or
Texas; no man who know any tiling
of Texas; no veil-bred man, would
say to Fort Worth people at this time
that "cattle raising Is a curse to
Texas," Tho fool hath said In ills
heart: "cattle raising is a curse to
Texas ;" or, else a man of stiaw.
functions attached to tlio odlcc and
If so what was their nature. He was
surprised when the chief executive
olllccr informed him that
practically there wero no functions;
that the olllco vrns a myth; that the
road and equipments belonged to the
stockholders; that provision had been
madu for the paymcntof the company's
debt to tho government by the "Her
man bill" and that as a mattcroffuct
the government hud no further con
cern with the direction of the board or
its management. It was his opin
ion Hint the government di
rectors bad neither duties,
responsibility nor power, and that
aside from making a pleasure trip over
tho road nominally for tho purpose of
inspection there was nothing for them
to do. It will be seen from tho asso
ciated press report that the now di
leetory is about as able, financially, to
run the road as tho government.
TTenr Stylo Satinet
ALL THb HAUb. I Hi HLHCiun auuu uuluho nnu tiuunts IU MATCH.
WHITE GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTION)
CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS, ETC.
ALL OF THE ABOVE LINES OF GOODS VtEHE BOUGHT AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICES, AND WILL BE SOLD THE SAME WAY.
1,000 to r,000 head of yearlings
and two-year olds.
it-(Mf Tux ah l.NVWrMr.NTCo.i
Tun followingw ere the Cincinnati
Enquirer' head lines over its Wash
ington special concerning, the final
adjournment of congress:
Tl'.XAH 1 NVlMTMHXT Co.
Will Contract .
1,1)00 or 2,1)00 stock cattle, for
A Kuro Chain.'!).
120,000 acres good grazing land
15,000 good stock cattle- at a bar
'galn. II-0-tf TliXAS rXVlST.Mi:.NTCOt
Will contract stock cattle for future
li-o-tf Ti:xas Ixvustmii.ntCo.
Stuck OuUlu Wuntotl.
Wo wish to Inly mtnok cattle in lots
rrom 10 to 1000 head. Call at our olhce,
with Kucelaud, Jiltllejohn & Martin,
Main street, or addiess
MONTCIOMKKV it CO,
Fort Worth Texas,
Twentyllvo hundtod Is'oith Texas
until i cattlo to liicludo mulmr calves.
Price, Ti,00l). Range delivery. Is'uiu
ber guaranteed. Hiandod itltt calves
last spring. Add i ess,
'l-S-St Sherman, Texas,
(grazing IhhIk Tor Sale.
In Montuguo county, 7,r00 acres of
which 1.000 acres Ho within front two
to six intlcs, anil the remainder with
in lUteen mi lea of tho city of Mon
tague. Also, in thy following coun
ties, vl..: Archer, 1,'JSOaeies, Cole
man 1,1280, Denton S00, Jack CIO,
ii. ..!-.. loa ei..., ....... 11 inn ,.,,.! n..
VAM. For iiavtlculars etiiiulre or M w. I "''' "tjalnst tltat country In viola
.' ,. 1...' . T 11 11 ,...' II 1H l . ,.l 1
. Ci ivcm, caru oi u, i, uoiuiuo.
- tJlarkbvllle, lied HI ver county, Texas.
A I)i:sim:kati: light occurred be- ihsvomi am.
tween two elephants In New York the
other day. When wo read tho head
Hues "An Flophant War," the fear in
stantly took possession of us that Pone
of Tennessee and VixenNT of Alabama
bad encountered each other. Thov
aro two of tho biggest elephants ex
tant just now.
Ax exchange notes that tho gover
nor of Missouri is moved by the lecent
revolt In tho state penitentiary to sug
gest that tho burning of a penitentiary
with tho Intention of Inciting an in
surrection therein shall bo mado a cap
ital orime. After Governor Crltton
tlenH friendly relations with assassins
and outlaws it Is a surprise to ilnd him
recommending a severe treatment of
criminals. Perhaps a latent con sclous
ncss that his course In tho past may
have encouraged this outbreak au-
eouuts for his midden change of
. .1 - i i
iXoTWiTJiBTAXnixu tho Associated
Picas gave him such a complimentary
notlco, thu llox. J. W. Kosriat, as
Minister to Spain docs not meet the
nppioval of every one, Tho American
IlctM(r says so important a place
should be tilled by a statesman and
man ot high character. Foster docs
not rank with the statesmen of tho
couutiy, but Is a claim agent, and
worse than thai, is a hired agent and
attorney of the perlldious government
of Mexico, lie had been Improvident ly
made minister to Mo.vleo, but re
signed, and abandoned tho Interests of
the Flitted States, and hired himself
to tho Interests df Mexico, ngaimt
American citizens. And ho Is now
tho attorney and agent of Mexico
to procure the repudiation of final
WITH AM, ITS COHKUITIO.V .VXD 1'IK
SINS Ul'OX ITS HKAII.
witiiou,t uvi:Xtui:ouaoi:to iii:im:xt
UUOX 1TH VfUATll-Ulil).
ANM) MAV TUB 1.0HI) 1IAVU JlKHPY
iM'ON lis AM.r.ar.n soui. !
NO Al'l' OK ITh Jan: iiiicami: IT mki;
Till: I.KAVlXfl OP IT.
i'xi.ovi:i.v ix liiru, it ib iMioxOKi:n
VXD UXWKl'r IX IMHTH.
Tin: nousi: nn:s dkad-lookih) in thi:
KMllItACKOK A SOUTH CAHOMNA
Death of an Estimable Lady Tho
Samgerfest A Lunatic.
Hpi'elul to the CU vutte.
Dallas, March 0. Tho wife of Dr. S.
Eagnn died this morning. She was
ouo of the bright social lights of Dal
las, a disciple of true charity and a
The various committees and citizens
generally are making elaborate prop tr
illions lor aimosi a mumu oi iiauviuui
in May next. The SiengerfeSt, the
State. Press Association, the Grand
Lodge Knights of Honor and other
events aru then to occur.
Charles Glynn, a young druggist of
Trinity Mills, was brought to the eity
to-day by friends and turned over to
tho county authorities on account
of lunacy. Glynn has been a student
almost to the point of fanaticism on
chemistry, and lost his reason endeav
oring to penetrate tho mysteries of
Hon. Jerome C. Kerby, who at the
last two elections ran against Olin
Wellborn for congress, announces to
day as a candidate for alderman from
the second ward of Dallas.
Conlldenco men swindled P. M.
Foster, of Oxford, Miss., out of a large
sum of money to-day while traveling
on the Texas & l'acillo railway, en
route to Abilene. Ono swindler en
gaged him in conversation represcnt
lni himself as an Abileno merchant
and a second swindler appeared be
tween Dallas and Minneola, recogni.
ed tho alleged mei chant and presented
a bill for charges on gooilb. The
ineichant saying ho was out of funds
presented a check for $2,020
on tlie naiiK oi unppen, aiiou oc
Loblt of Dallas. The collector could
not cash It, and tho merchant induced
Mr. Foster to advance tho money till
tho cheek could bo presented at tho
bank In Dallas. Soon both swindlers
disappeared and have not been seen
since. Of course .Messrs. Flinpen,
Adou it Lobit when the check was
presented ptonounced it worthier. It
was signed, "Maybe, You. Will &
Co," and the words run together in
such a manner as to not be
icadlly so deciphcied.
United States District Attorney Dig
ger went to Mnilln, in Falls county,
to-day to prosecute a large number of
poisons before Commissioner Knox on
charges of violating the United States
election laws last November. The
prisoners aro accused of illegal voting,
bull-do.lng and of Inducing others to
Quito a sensation was ci cited in
Pleasant Valley neighborhood this
county, by the elopement of
the - wifo of Watkins Webb,
a prominent and wealthy man of
high social position, with a noweonier
named W. C. Williams, aged twenty
nine years. Mr. and Mrs. Webb were
married in Temple county, Missouri,
thirteen years iieo, and have lived in
this county since. No trace of tho
of both sides were closed and the court
adjourned untlll to-morrow when the
jury will deliberate and render aver
The Erothorhood of Locomotive Engi
neers A Marshal Remembered.
Temple, Mai oh 9. Messrs. Hair,
Ayrs, Mogul linn, representatives of
the brotherhood ot Locomotive Emri-
0 ! neert, belonging to Fort Worth, paid
li ! tho city a visit yesterday. They
-1' J orgaiied Temple Lodge, No. 200,
wuii v. ir. uraine, cmei engineer,
A. MiKenzle lirst assistant engineer
ind Charles Thompson treasurer.
After business a pleasant evening
was s)cnt by tho inenibcrs and a few
persoml friends. They desire
to ixpress their thanks to
W. II. Ridley, assistant master me
cbanicfor courtesies extended to the
This jvening City Marshal AV. J.
McMalon was waited upon by a com
mittee if the citizens ot Temple and
pre-enbd with a very lino badge of
chased jold and sliver in the fonn of a
ribbon aid star. He is the ilfot mar
shal appintod by the city and the
present widen ces tho high esteem in
which h- is held by the citizens.
On the Tl Inst, tit Anton, Jones county,
after a inif Illness, .Mis, iAictndafenundcrt.,
wife of Oci 1". Suundcrs i:m.
llelovc by all who came in contact
with her her death has been more
generally mourned than that of
most petons, and many a year
will pas until her memory
is forgottu. Tho dovoted husband fs
stricken rith tho most poiguant grief
at tlio loS of the noblo woman who
was hided a wifo and a helpmeet. To
himtholfesis ineparable. The G.v
7.i:ttk sjnpathies deeply with Mr.
Saundersn his loss. It has known
him longaud knows the bitter sor
row of hi heart. Words avail naught,
but tho bpe is expressed that time
will asiure, if it can not cure tho pain
Cnttlo For Sale.
!00 t hives.
May bo round at tho
Ti;,va ixvisj-romxT Co.
jK.rGumnan'H barber shop Is ro-
imoved. to Main street, next door to
wpiarifdall'si drug store. Call and havo
ryour work done in a llrst-class barber
ilop. I"" -"
tion of tho most solemn and imperii
tlvo tonus of a treaty between Mexico
and Uio United States. Such a man Is
wholly unlit to bo entrusted with tho
mission to Spain, Theie- aro other
serious ejections to tills appointment
If wo are correctly informed.
Tin: report of tho government di
rectors of tho Union Paeltlo railroad
transmitted to tho secretary of the In
terior ti few days ago and tho report
of tho stockholder show a discrep
ancy which Is against tho company
ami which they explain In a detailed
statement of busliic&s, published In
xn its HKviyfTHKX i.Asr i uhms a hi:
.spun i ix thi: vain urroHT'io
PUUl'irVilATU A TUX THOUS
AND IMM.AH .SKIX.,
The Godvin Hall Disaster 1 1 ! I
iirs. Webb left thteo chil-
The Trial of Sheriff Dixon for the Mur
der of Young Johnson.
Spt.'clnl lo Qur.ottP.
Toxarktma, March 9. Tho court
house tragedy continues to ,bo the all
absorbing topic or tlio day and the sit
uation generally is being freely dis
cubsed by every class and age and in
every nook and coiner of tlio city.
Imte last night tho grand jury brought
in an Indictitlont against Dixon for
murder in the ilrst degree and tliDens-n
1 was set for trial this evening at two
o'clock. The diilleulty of obtain
ing a jury proved to bo
easier than was tuuiulpnted, and by
3:80 the. stand was llljul and the ex
amination ot witnesses on behalf of
t no state was opened by District At
torney Webber. Tho statements tend
ed greatly to noint out tho hot tht
continual piovocatlon and malignant
Huuus were me prune causes oi Dix
on's Jliml step, and It is thought when'
the examination of defending wit
ne.ses is closed, theso facts will bo
thoroughly oUabllslud, and upon
them Dixon will bo liberated. His at
torneys are Me-;rs. Scott & Joncj,
who rank among the best or the
profession In Arkansas. Whilst tlio
iiniverjal sympathy is for tlio prisoner
there- are a grt-nt many imiKirtlal
thinker, who regard tho manner in
which Johnson was shot down as
i vjiuv u cowartiiy act, lor it was known
AVill ltiilso O.strlehe.s.
Vestorday evening, two citizens of
France, living at Lyons, reached tills
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wnero tney liueuu esiauiisuiug on o-1 ;"" :, "V V ',' , ll"' ,r'cnus
tricli farm, If they are convinced tho
bird will nourish In this country. Tho
gentlemen say thoy aro now Interest
ed In this business In Africa, but that
many drawbacks exist thoru which
will not bo thu case In this country.
Ostrich raising Would he a now Indus
try but It may succeed, '
state that he hod no idea of raising a
disturbance at the time, but It is ar-
kuwi wu i iv umcr natut that Dixon
had long been threatened ami calum
ji ated and that no man ean hold
his patience when these
calumnies aro conveved to the cre-i-ture
ho calls wlfl- ""?rta
At 7:30 the evideueo and argument
A out the Election.
As statd in the Gazuitu yesterday
moining, tho roelaniation or the
mayor lb ran election, to bo held in
April, wa-issued yesterday afternoon.
Several of ho attorneys ot tho city say
thomatteiof tho time of election is
provided fr by statute, and is but di
rectory, bfc the matter of giving
thirty daymotiee of tho;jaceot' elec
tion is nmilatory, so, In theiroplnion,
it is doubtll If a legal election can he
held on th ad of April. It is prob
able, howror, that everybody will
acquiesce a tlio irregularity, and
cause no truble.
Ycsterdaj tho stock of .T. W. Cal
loway, counting of horses, buggies,
etc., was uaclicd to satisfy an old
claim frai Gainesville. George
Cause wil to-day sue out a distress
warrant fof?200 rent due on the sta
ble oocupiu by Calloway. Col. Young,
Mr. Jolly ad others are sull'erers to
some oxter, by the loss. "
o,(KX) god average northwest Texas
stock cattl doliveied anvwhere in
Texas, at 31.00 per head, 'Will put a
pilco on Cih clas. Apply at once.
10-tf jTBXAS TXVIATM15XT Co.
Mr. M. i Hancock, Ennis, Texas,
says: "I f,ed Brown's Iron Bitters
for headaoj. It is the be-t family
inedlcliie ver iiswl." !l-7:dwlw
Thirty lliiNand bead of stock cattlo
deli vend Jvwheic within 150 miles
oi boit Wnli at -JO per head; will
clas as fokvs : Toll cews, ,:7o calves
.0 to-ju-nld sicers and heifers
!,.-' one-fcir-old steers and heifers.
Apply to jn: T. asJ x jtmuxt Co.
Of Purest Km Sir..J
Perfect gems, brilliant Shift
can always be found at G, Bmi
22 Main street, this genUeS
in stock tho most recherche as
ot diamonds over brmiirlTf
Worth, set in tho latest SU
jeweler's art, both soltalrfenndf
This llrm htus on hand n jawfc
inent of tine gold and stiver w
as well as all at tides in lhe,tft
line. Everything QId i9 J&
as represented, and low prWi
specialty. Call and sw'fliff
above mentioned, as well ?&
ot notjoy car-urops, rings, to
hice-plns, etc. Don't forcei it
. ( . . w.'i
G. Burgower, 22
Lcns and QrnngcN.
a car of Messlmi lomoiih
and l'alaio orunsfps. nmi u, ,..(.,..
bananas, .'or salo to trade in lots or
hith Side Public Squaro.
orses for Sule.
Six hufreil half and three-quarter
Anierlcaiitoek. 100 head ilrit-:i
saddle atuals. COOstoekers, one-half
."'..-i iiiuico is ami 's, also a good
Kctttuckiiek with tho outfit. Terms
cash on dl very. -T
10-tf jTi:.YASlXvi:ST.MK.Vf Co.
ijiuy"A,,c-t'l0' frc' vTTh each
bottle or iloh'a Catarnili iinnuuiu
rice oO cits, gold by L, N. JhunV-
oaus tttin guaranteed hi ovory ar
ticle sold rjSpeuccr k Tayjoi . ji-tMf .
t 1 I' ""v-V . JI.W .
VteaLb. -j-i.U'. tjVr. J "-
0 f I ' ! ,
CST-At the Th oil Hatf!
Vienna sausago and horwralli
Imported Swiss and Umbui
cheese, , "j
Russian civiar, Ilambuw eelll
Imnorted Holland Milclier h&
Pickled pig's feet and tongmll
Neufchateller and hand cheese
Imported Cervelat sausage, 'm
Lamb's tongues, etc., always fiS
Wholesale and retail. -im
At Dashwood & King's arug
No. 48 Main stieetand looktt
lino assortment of meersdiaum
oigar and cigarette holdere."!'
also have the llneat domestic,
jioitcd cigars to be found itillj
Coition's Liq.uid .Beef Tonlcfl
calculated to euro Indige&tlonjri
perpetuate bodily vigor and figi
Tahc no other. Of drugglsts.&
Sheep for Sale.1p
2.S00 head of lino Texas raiM-
for sale. Call at the broncho
tho Texas investment Compsnijl
rado City, Texas. JiU
.. . jjj
We think we can cureabidp
Backache quicker with onrtf
tor's Smart Weed and BelM
Backache PJasters, than byanjc
application, and after the Bad
cured you can still wear tl)0jl
without discomfort fortwoforj
xveeks or longer. The conibin'
of Smart Weed and Belladonna
great hit, and it is hard to' find
pain or ache that will not'yleH '
Price 2.5 cents. Sold by Dr"S
The Parlor Kcstatirant.
Tho Parlor restaurant lias i ch
hands. Now cooks, new wa"W
proprietor, and every thing In
served in llrst class style. Then
Is open day and night and VTW?
tention paid to special orders.;1
ners or suppers gotten up oh nw
tice for parties or families atJf
bio terms. Jtegular tneaU( t
time, 2o cents; board by'lW
Wni. It. Stonohan, prpprW
Mr. W. A. Garner, late Inilb
stock commlsaioii business, WJ
thu enniloy of this comply, f .
bo found at -its oflico on Sow
ready to represent Its "1,cr?ifJf!
give his attention to its bu!infi
X'ort worth, i eu. iuin, sa
Dashwood it King at h
. 1 -fcT. In -. rl.. , ,.. ...-.I- Ilftfi
bioro ISO. 13 Aiauisuivk "v:j ,
ceived lifty elegant sole-Ic.UIW
medicino chests, wntalt)i"A!
tutodiugstoro within l"r,
medicino useful to man or$u.;
bo lottnd within it. zk
For Sale. m
Two houses and lots 0UMf&J
track, lronting cast, on -Yj1"
near tho Mrs. Gen. iW'SS,
Also ono house and lot, Wlfji
lu same locality. APP l.
utingan at tnt
or to Knecland
and JjIUleJoIm ,
Ministers, Lawyers, W'S
otheis whose Wftilw'loHS-',
little oxoreiso, should H
tlo Liver Pills for torpid Jp
iousness. One is n JS"-
wholesale by L. N. Bruiwff
Cure will give liiunw llagjJW
10 ets CO cts. mid tl. .C3:41
Brunswig. "!U $.
II ir.-.l;rl-trtlk." a "" 5
sold by I. N.
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