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THE GAZETTE: FOKTWOKTH, TEXAS, SATURDAY. aiAUUH 10.
. yjfoCislon!of I'ftflSf' ls nfc lll i
PeoHxl, That in the death of
Jinntt i(.... ...... i.j,-,. i.... it u .
r uuui qur iimK.'i'" '"'"'." TV" .V;i . - ii,i .1.,.. ,!-
.i conn- nepvio U.J.-W i . - ;k , --.
HtlU MVP( . ... .
Larimer & Wheeler have their btore
rtllv nininlio.. lt r.niiili- m num. I nnxtto lllOlM J
.i!nr .,.,,! i ,..'. i.i ,t.. i(,i n,,-c in Hmfltv
' '" l' wiui , Ilia VUi,iimiiy .. M"- .'"TS'' ,, Ji ,..,. j ,1 llft
"wenrjstiiiii gentleman, ami n iho " " v, ": 7, ;:,7u ;irt ,,
JIry a liatrloU "elti.eu. Hup of meerschaum gyodH. Poriq ue ,
'Mved. That 10 tho fundi v of our anil Lone Jack always In utock. J he
sased lirnili.T .. fAiuim- nor hc.-iit- Metropolitan n' geminio " Pu'lwu
'sympathy, and trust that their be-1 cigars, an u-
Z?"?ni ."? K "KM6"1-!1 ny,,, ,":;, " .4.1... " TrinHS5.HiK!rlicail.?1000cahli, bal-
umv nt uio rti .f.t n , itiik nun fii i iiiiiiii i:it,uiiii. - - i - '. .. y-.
ckin' rr v. sr'fHM .r tir -rr .. i ? .n; l ',uo "ucrrai
W" .. Tr1lv.,1 tu I'nn- IU lllllnr.,1
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B,fB'J...i.lJ f TlnllnU n;tllul mi tltft
11 , 1 . Ttrldmui nfRlifr.
r .. f3rinm fC Mir. ln...
iC IS 111 V"J
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r J. W ""ft"" """. mu ua-
kofllco with his presence.
c UarKicy oi Aioxanuer una
In'lUo city fr several days.
,(,, it. jsuioic ono ot Tarrant
fi best citizens la in the city on
!, I'inley ex-county clerk or
.n county was hi the city yes-
W - . , -i- - ... ..
t Kate vsunuii ui vusiiu -yti3
of the visiting ladles who at-
A the ball.
,t. A. M. Quayle hnd W. It. Hnr
,f Grapevine jald the GA.urvrn a
X Lucas ironi ueorgeiown, ivy.,
hoe!tv. looking after the inter-
of tlioroughbred utocki
n(re Dills, ono of the editors of
Sliinnan Courier, ma the Ga-
Ea pieabant visit ycsiuruny.
las was represented nt tho ball
uinv nitrht by Misses Euirenla
t, AVlllie "Wright and Lulu Jioobo.
S. Ewon, J. B. Slaughter and 31.
lelger, all prominent and liberal
,Dieii pui" ui" vfAiuvxn uiuco u
,aad Jfrs. .T.J. Meltou, and Ilfes
iuce ueraui oi wuco nnule a
nf inspection of tho mammoth
Jug establishment yesterday.
"V. T. Adams, manager for tho
nieut of the south for Willlmnu-
iool cotton, was in tho city yes-
iy, and called on the Uazettk.
i. C. C. Slaughter of 3)allas paid
AZirrrn a visit yesterday evening.
as been a zealous and elllclent
er in tho stockmen's convention.
IlgcJ. M. Onlns president of the
h Texas Female College at Bher-
has been In the city fceveral days
made the Gazihtu a pleasant call
lineivlllc had .several fair daitKh-
nt tlio ball and bainpuet, namely:
is Ida 'L'urner, J'Jva Turner and
Patterson ; Mcdnmcs A. Ad-
Iton, J. W. Wilhon and G. JLeach.
Mavor Brown will pay a visit to
Woith on the li-jtli ori:th of this
lilt. Mr. IJrown is superintendent
mining syndicate composed of
Worth capitalists, and lie will
libly have good news for his com-
(!. M. Turner who has been in
Service of Dashwood & King for
itimo leaves this morning for his
ibonie In Russcllvillc Arkansas.
l'urner has made many friends
Iduring his stay, who part with
with regret, lie will .say a good
for tins live Texas city wnero ne
Ipcnt many pleasant day.-j. Suc-
-l IiIk reililcnde near Ornpovlno, Tub.
3, of imoinnoiiln. l.r.K. Dunn, ngcil
).UH1C J vain imiu viuvcii niuuuiii
clininielo the death ol a friend.
one whom wo loved is a sad duty ;
while wo mourn tneir ilemlse and
otc their loss to family and friends,
oir n humble submission to tno
(of Him who giveth and taketh.
Dunn was born in ijiiwrcnce
fcty, Alabama, April :t(, 1S3:1. In
imuer. isiiw, ins parenis inovcu 10
trisoa county, Texas, where he
I till ho grow to man's estate. lie
'eu to Grapevine in ueecmoor,
,wlieieho passed the remainder
:i February 10th. 1S5S. he was uni-
in the bonds of matrimony to Jliss
icy P. Van ant, who with a
ghter and three sons still survive
o professed rolitrion in 18ol being
nty-one years of ago was baptized
tev. A. .l.ltutherford and joined tho
der Missionary llaptist Church of
risen county, Texas. ino same
lie was innile a Jlason uy ivon
Lode A. F. and A. M., ol Ilarri-
n citf.en he was over counted ono
ur foieinobt and public spirited, a
veil Known Dotn at nome nnu
iad. in all thiniis conducive to
social, moral and intellectual ele-
iouoftlio community, Mr. Dunn
vver respondent to his full ability.
samilitaiy roldior, his comrades
rrns accounted him true and brave.
1862 he enlisted under Captain ller-
Lompany A., !)th Texas cavalry,
j' britrade. and served to the close
s a soldier of the cross, ho was a
turn of undoubted sincerity. J !
one of the most charitable men v .
ifenew. At home and in his voin
life was to bo found his best q inut
ile died uh ho lived in tho hoo
k was buried with Masonle honors,
at a called meeting ol
Kvlne Lodge I ho following
amble and resolutions were passed
nleet to his memorv.
uicreas, It lias pleased -tho Great
Meet of tho universe to remove
" our midst our -well lieloved
uer, r, l S. Dunn j therefore, be
Gazktti; an agrceablu visit. Ir.
Ilrlggs liad iiuRo an oxperienco In
Dallas of a' most unpleasant nature.
Coming from "Waco to Dallas his
trunks of samples, tORetherwltha new
sole-leather traveling trunk, were put
on on the fihitform. During tho rush
accompanying tho arrival or tho train.
" Person or persona , unknown
pulled tho leather trunk under tho
platrorm, where the front was. out out
and tho entire contents savu a testa
ment placed in tho trunk bv Mrs.
Drlggs stolen. The theft was not dis
covered until the next day, when the
road sent word to Mr. llrlggs, who
mado an inventory of thu contents of
the trunk and placed its value at SiiOO.
although it was worth much more.
The ease was put in the hands of
Morgan fc Glbbs, who will recover the
amount due for Mr. llrlggs' loss.
Tho onicers nt Dallas" aro on tho
alert, and hope to catch the ollenders.
(bwalii) making no returns whatever
to tho managers of tho Post of tho
work done by htmnelf. Mi", irogan
has found that Swain ha? made Con
tracts all over the State at unauthor-J
ixeu rates, collecting the cash therefor
which was wholly uuwarniutcd, and
In fact swimltliiu tho paper and tho
business nicii with whom lie had deal
ings, Ilovnn is doing ll In his power
i mi couiraeiH inaue uv is wain nl-
. mi tuuiiutm iiiimiu uy owain ni- tntlllmr
though the same aro total loss to hlspa- mj " ,"1
ex nret e h ' , X " "". . cto ...ul coy
have timtin cniitrnntu will, untit K, . .!., i -TUl wagOllS.
MVHlliPtTirl, I'urUcr Co., Trtiitu
ST30 miles west of Fort Worth, ls
Where wo hrtVo got 1(M ewes, with
lambs, 3,00d acres of superior sheep
ranch land, tlvo miles north ; also six
holisojl and lols, two store housed, one
largo hotel with furniture, several
rarnm, any amount of Texas land eon-
ig coal, copper, mica, Isinglass
eposlte, for salo or rent. Also,
can have same supplied bv writing to '" "'" gumes over ready to
Ingitho whereabouts of Swtiiu will con
fer a favor on justice by telegraphing
his address to the manager of the
Houston J'ott, who will try and see that
Swain is dealt with accordingly. Mr.
Hogan has been placed in n very em
barrassing position, as he lias no
means of ilndlng out what contract
ywaln has made, except by personal
Don't forget "Merry War" to-nigkt.
Iluy your tickets early for the
"Merry War" tonight.
A rich treat Is In store for thoo who
visit the Deutscher Vcrein Hall to
night. Ladles reception nt skating rink to
night. Music by band. Admission
Uo cents. Jjiullcs' skates free.
Quito a number of tho cattlemen and
others visitors to our city during the
convention weie still in the city last
Late ITolt on yesterday had tho re
mains of his brother, Pavne Holt,
killed out west, removed to Dido, near
the old homestead.
Mr. A. M. Drltton deserves special
credit for much of tho success of the
entertainment given to tho stockmen.
As chairmaiu of tho committee of ar
rangements, he did his whole duty.
A Hue thread cambric handkerchief
with edge of Valenciennes Insertion
and luce was lost near the entrance of
Godwin's Hall, Thursday evening.
The Under will please leave at tho Ga
zetti: ollice. 10-iit
The late convention has shown the
citizens of Fort "Worth the great and
urgent need of an opera-house. With
a few thousand dollars more stock
taken, the company will be enabled to
go on with tho building.
Two men were arrested yesterday on
suspicion of being implicated .in the
lobbing of the freight cars of the Mis
souri i'acilli! not long since. They
were trying to sell a cuddy of tobacco
at the time of tho arrest.
In the list of visitors from sister
cities, who attended tho. ball and ban
quet, Waco was inadvertently omit
ted. Tho central city was repre
sented by Mls-i Florence Gerald, one
of the brightest ornaments of its social
At two o'clock this afternoon bids
will be opened by tho council for the
construction of a sower and for supply
ing drain pipes. The Fort Worth
Driving Park Association also opens
bids to-day for grading track and build
ing fences anil grand-stands.
Turner & McCluro having bought
the A. A. Nluholson stock of groceries
opposite tho postoftlee, will continue
tho business at the same stand. They
are now moving their entire stock up
from their recent location and will
have everything In ship-shape soon.
Yesterday work was resumed on the
Taylor street railway line, tho track
being laid across thosquaio on Jtusk
street, thence down Belknap street
and when work-stopped last night the
track hud readied the jail. It will now
require but a few days to complete the
Among the delegation front Sher
man to the stockmen's bail and ban
quet, were Misses Mannie Drown,
Kinma Drown, Katie J'lltmmi, JCellle
l'ittmau, Ida Marsh, Laura Epstien,
Hattle Phillips, Mrs. Vic Mitchell,
Mr. and Mrs. Lyons, Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Dorches
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Randolph, Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Harrison, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Snyder, Mr. nnd Mrs. Will South
ern, Albert Richards, Bid Wilson,
Bandy Haley and Charley Cliatman.
'The Merry War."
This beautiful now opera of Stiauss'
was presented by Haverly's JSngllsh
At ono o'clock this morning C. C.
Cannon of Galnesvlllo Went into
the Horse Head saloon on
Main street and deliberately
fired his pistol through tho tloor of tho
room above, narrowly missing n num
ber of men.. who were
seated in C. D. Dixon's 'rooms.
Cannon was disarmed. Thursday
night ho discharged his pistol in tho
same saloon making a hole In the wall,
When tho reporter left Cannon was
clamoring to havo his pistol returned
to him, which Very properly the oni
cers refused to do. It is a miracle
that no one was killed.
Dyspepsia disappears when Carter's
Liver Hitters are used, and for weak
stomach, lndlg&tion,constIpation, &c,
they cannot bo excelled. Bold at
wholesale by L. F. Brunswig.
The "Merry "War" was given at tho
opera-house last evening before a largo
and delighted audleuco with charm
ing effect. Tho vocal superiority of
Haverly's Opera Company, thesupeib
costumes, tho drills, inarches and mi
nor details aro acknowledged by all
who witnessed them last night as un
equalled in vigor, freshness and ar
tistic skill. It was in all ono of the
finest performances given this season
in the opera-house. Miss Dora Wiley
a " Violetta," exhibited a skill, grace
and sweetness in voice and movement
thoroughly charming, and which
called forth the most hearty applause.
"Elsie" brought forth numerous
plaudits from the appreciative au
dience. Mr. Richard Golden, as the
"Marquis," proved himself to bo a
lino comedian, and an excellent vo
calist. "Balthasaar" and "Spluola"
were excellently mulcted, and the
entire entertainment passed on with
out fiaw of any kind. Toledo Made.
You aro hereby notified that your
pretence Is respectfully requested at
No. 15 Houston street, where Malone,
Waller & Co., have on hand a fuilliiio
of dry goods, clothing, boots and
shoes, hats and caps, many and va
rious oilier things that you want and
will buy. It should bo kept in mind
that this firm buys and sells only for
cash, and hence they mo able to put
their goods down below cost. Belling
so many kinds and bills of goods they
do not have to make largo profits on "a
single trade to make a living, hence
they eaujuit you up a suit of clothes,
a good hat, an elexaut pair of boots, or
in fact anything else at ahnpst whole
sale cost. Malone, Waller to Co., li
Houston street, Is the place to get
your outfit, and don't allow this fact
to escape your memory. 4-1 w
For dynpej )via and liver complaint,
von hfivo n ifhifu1 rrimr!intf( nil m'nri'
Miottloof.Shiloh'B Vitnlizer. It never
fails to cure. Sold by L. N. Brunswig.
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Employment lor All.
At the Intelligence office over First
National Bank situations can be pro
cured for those out of employment.
Employers will save time, trouble
and extra expense by coming to us to
have their wants supplied.
In consequence of the many Strang
ers coming into our ollice. we oiler
superior advantages to landlords for
ami ner wonderful resources. Our
latch-string hangeth out, and we hid
you come and see us.
Immigrant agt Iton.VcK JUuim.
For Ohnrltj'ft Sake.
A lady whoso husband, a hard ork
ing mechanlo, is very sick, is at
starvation's door. A few dollars will
tldo over her day of need, so the
GAZurrunt the request of St, Androw's
Ladles Aid Society, will receive fiftv
cenldouatlonsto nid tho family, ff
any of tho generous stockmen now in
the city desire to aid tho society above
mentioned In its good work tho funds
will be handed tho treasurer bv
Another Good lMovt! 1
About the 22d Inst, "II. N. Conner
vt Co." will move their bookstore into
the premises vacated by Taylor k
Barr. They intend laying In an en
tire new stock, besides adding mime
now lines of goods, couiplelo and .to
cmm In every respect. They uromw
reducing their old stock at low lutes,
and all aro advised to aco them at
Remember Rrown's Arnica Salvo is
warranted. For sale by T. V. Powell.
F. M. Wells, G. II. Dashwood and L.
X. Binuswlg, Fori Woith.
Tho well known strengthen proper
ties of Inox, comhlnul with other
tonic and a most perfect nervine lire
found in Carter's Iron Pills, which
strengthen (ho nerves and body, and
Improve (he blood and complexion.
Bold at wholesale by L. Jf, Brunswig.
If you dustro a really nice fitting
suit, cull on Douglas Bin., 703 Main
street, Dallas Texas. Douglas Bros,
are doing tho largest business, and
keep the most extensive selection of
goods in their line hi North Texas.
The Ilcv, Geo JI. Thayer, of Bour
bon, I nd., says: "Both myself and
wileowo our Uvea to Shlloh's Con-
SPEGl Ah XAKXtiT lrci'OKT.
S?ltn.tnl to tliOwitto,
Ortlv8loti,MircU . 9pol cotton ojwneil
Uwuty niul unclintucnt In 4ioMons, TKu
Icinanuwnftfiur Svltli ndr itnVrlnn, Sate
wqro 11 Iwitrs. MitVt eloswl
tewty nt foltoirlne luiotatluriii
Ordinary,?;; Botxl tmthmry, $Y low mid.
UlnjrO)ftnuuUlnK,0& Rwd mtihlHns. lPJfc
middling fair V,
I'Mure opcttvd, wond mil wns ry
s'prtdyt tbtd ell rns stonily WoktiiR eny at
rUli8 (mtitivllons :
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Hiotrt4tii,v 1VU Imlui) MHHiInt! 211.1 ludes!
i'NilH WAJItalii. .
Sold byli. N. Biuns-
Unllnitled nmgo furnlslicd for 20,
(KH) head of cattle at 1 per head, or
will take entire ehargo ot lierd at $13
per head. lUngo Is the best in (be
2o00 yearling steers a( ?17 and 25(H)
two year old steers atUl, good Wesl
ern cattle delivered at Menardvllle
April 15. !Ut
J5(K)lo 3000 good average alio eatUo
delivered at Terrell, Mav 15th, also
WKtO.to 500 East coust eattlo delivered
at Forth Worth, Juno 1st, 3S2t
1000 average stock cattle delivered
on Dodson's pralricPalol'into county
from April 1.1th to May 1st. Year
lings fC. Two year old $20 cows 21.
cows mid calves s;n.
Apply to the Texas Investment
Shlfah'H CuUirrh Jlcnicdyn positive
cuio for catarrh, diptherla and canker
mouth. Bold byL. N. Rrunswlg.
Lewi" II. Stein lias removed Temple
Place meat-market lo his elegant now
j shop, corner of Main and Third streets.
wneio ne will no pleased to see ins old
friends and customers. Kcb-l-lf
H,0iX) on one year's time at
cent, interest approved
Apply to. I. T. M
Opera company last night in a niost! superior advantages to jauuior is lor
satisfactory nfanner. l'lic music of! wntiiiK their property to which
the opera is linillant ami uiKing, aim
Is in Strauss' incomparable stylo tho
plot is charmingly absurd and the dia
logue mot enlivening.
Of the company, Miss Dora Wiley,
as "Violetta," was of course the lead
ing attraction ; her singing was excel
lent and her acting charimng. Bich
ard Golden, as the gossiping "Mar
quis," was a wonderful success In his
part. Mr. Charles Pyko's "Umberto"
was most acceptable throughout. Mi?s
Richardson, as "Elsa," captivated tho
audW-iicf b- her bright and coquettish
w i - n il l.i-r lino voice. The rest of
1 1..' .. .. ... were emuillv well taken. Of
... u.l ....1.. w ..ii.iifimi fa rn.
UIO CllorilS, Jiuiliuuiui nraiuuu ' y.
especial attention is given,
Farmers would do well to call on us,
as we have applications dally regis
tered for farm work.
Also commission brokers for all
kinds of property,
Telephone your orders.
a-2-$.'-lf Bohinhon & Bi:cki:u.
Are you made miserable by indiges
tion, consumption, dizziness, loss of
appetite, yellow rikln'.' ShiUh's Vitnl
izer Is a positive cure. Sold by L.N.
' Agent l"ur
X0UT1I (iKUMAX LI.OYD ,S. S. CO.,
I'orl AVoidi, ItiMit,
Will sell jiassage tickets or round
trip tickets o and from Germany to
any point in Texas. ;MMjJl
Xw Yml. Mioili i). .CitiniMfNtly;
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oi Icuni 107-IH
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inlildlliar.OJ nicclntu HW: miIm.mi.
miw uricuni', .Mnrca u. i.ounu
Mnvx'li O.C'oUon iUlot;
iiroh 0-liUon (MUtor.iiOt lii.
or, iidamliAt-lo: ortpuns filldii; nais swe.
rPCl'UHS !S"; AUI'lll'llll. -v-o.
in IiUUihk '?!..
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Nowiuiicr... ... wk;v V IKS
December, ,. ........... ,..v. ., noun
clOsrd Ktoiuiy; lulililllnir
HaK-K, UlV); iIjhiIs
9i Mill's. 1 1 i ,
Jfiiw York, Jtiir
rth O.AVecUly cotton
Nut r-ppm nt nil T7.H, jiorts thin )U 1?.1,X
Hnmo w cok ln your fii.m'O
Total ri'o'ntH nt nil V H. ports to d(iUJ5,Hl,0ist
uxtm tn mmi nil u. K. luutM roriiiQ A
cck . ICS.OOO
.iipim ilmo Init ynir . . KW.OCO
Totnl export fiom nil U, H,ail In
8ninu dnto lftif. yinr. , WOM
Hlocknt nil V. h. Ports 0il.i0
Hnino tlmolnxt vtnr iiti,a.o
Hlockiii nil Interior low hk ... . H0.OO0
Htndent l.Horpool WW.COil
Miiicic oi Aiuviicnii uiiom. lor uieni
Himut tltno IiirI yenr.
Mvripool, Murcli O.Wioklj
fnlos of thovouk ,
HpcpiiliitoiH tool; .,. .,
I'iicM from nhlpxldo illrort to hiIuihhm.
Actual import ...
TnUlI klork ,
HIocLn and Money.
New York, .Mnroli B. .StocliK oiienod tlrm
nmln frnctloii higher for imtlre lint dntliir
pnsi hour; market lnodcmtily notlv nmt
htrotiK prk'Ox nt I o'cloiktihoM'd mlviuiro of
Novr Yorl, Jlnrrli O.-riMj'n, cxtmuk'tl,
'ft 'V -? ' it-
No York nioiinr on enll loiiulnu.
Pllmo mvrcnntlla pnpor UfjtJ,j bar liltur,
l!stbnni?aliiilv. 4 finVfiilRlr Iiiiil- I )
t.ovcrmiiont IioiiiIh uiirliaiiKcd.
Itnllroud hccurltln Incculiiv, kcikiii11
HiookvhlncaUo'i lock dull nnd liu-ivy; at
noon I'rk'un noli! dow n, cxl'iidiil ,"
i;xclinni;n stroiiLtr; noniliml, rutun nd
vnnuod , coat tin SI tor cu dnjn; Htfi' for
Kt. IailK, .Mo., Miircli P. Flour uu
cllaimod. HI. LonU, March 0-5fiiy nhlky klrmly.
t IB; porkilow, JS'ft hulk Jiicnl nlllelj li(j
U so; It lu i-, Imccmitiiei, I. C, 10;. HJt lotf
hud nominal, ,
J.lMTpool, .Mnicli Vv-Ilrrudxlinfr dull,
Hf. .oiiU, March U. Wheat loM, 1 1IJ;0
1 ll'sii-orn-aiWMH. i
KaiifiiH City, Minx-li 0.Whi,nl loMur,
No, 'J red U5CJ; corn Iuh c r, I5JJ hid.
Ht. I.oiiU; Mnrch U (atlln-ciiron and
utroni;, 1W0 to 1W pound utocm; OSMIUM),
hUU'lllim, iW(bW. OOHK, 44&,
IIosh iilitliir.Ta7 70. inmlly IWOID.
Hhccp nnchniiKi'di TMin, !l Vt(Jl W,
nvvr oik, .Maicn v.
, Absolutely Pure.
TliM )H"Tdcr. never vnrlen. A mnrvel ot
purity, Mreniitli and wltolenonioiu-n. Mom
eeommiieal- than ilio enltnary kind, anil
enniiot lo fold In conipelllon with Hut mul
tltudPtir low test, kimrt Melcht, alum ov
Phokplmte powden. ,"! oolwin miii. Uoy
ai. IIakimi 1'owPMi Co., m Wall.Stnsd, Now
AdveitUementMof tour or live tlhosor lf
Innortcd In lliUiitluimi iii- IviiIv.ih.wm,mi
eneh litsvHIun, lili luliUUDiiiil lino- tell
TAicu NOTM'it.TnUli)iilpartU',ntul tlto
Willi whom wo imvu.nu neottnta mi our
wilHgivj.i L jw rciiuired to pay i auvawck,
A ttll IlllllnM. 1iV n itti, mnii ...111. A 11. .-
wioji knowleduo ol jotiidnu Orysixhla mat
iioiuiUK. AiiiirtwitH. U 0.y.iyrTKi)illiiu.
and JeMeler, with uood rer
1. JIHKKOMTOK, lli
IlweUlnK house, four rooiun,'1 on wnli'lrtit
meet, uiui liluek eiiHt uf Twombly'n nulphnr
a-iwt j, n.mUiUHinv
' .i". . li ni.
, A paitnnr with uyunllM! to ten (himnniut
lollnrs, niiHlnis lili-Kt-closx nnd paying,
.,..H.,,I je.ri'Miuee Klvennnd riniulred. Addreiii
-MUltCIIANr, euro bo. l!!l, Tori Wortli,
Aivspoiislhlo man liunery enmity In thu
ii(n(0tuiiet ax tiKimt roranood pajluuhniil
iid-ii. Addreiis II, P. Moirynmn A Co., Koit
rou mm r.
A very doMrahlo new ntnre iltli three
rooms in tlio rcnr.Mittiihlo torn niinlly, with
owry comeiilcuee, wnter, Kti, etc. Tniii
leiihoualde. Corner .Main ami KolllleeiiUi
Htreui. Apply to tho OMiiorup-HtnlM, Mm.
.1. ItniRaKxa, a-fl.'t
i.otusiAXA si'ath i.uri r.ny,
Capllat lirlwi 7.1,00. Wholo tlekeln Mt
lltthMd. 'fills I the Init week to Mind for
tlekoiK. iieiiViiymiriiniiTH nt Mlller'x frail
hIoiVj er I ho ininioilleii. n-l-iti,
i Yin saik.
llousaamllot. Kmiulruuf dim lUntlenmu
nt Uwil Opttun Huloou, foot of Mala ulreet.
;i-wii . . ---.
A hunch ofkeyn. Owner enn hiUn same W i
IiioMtiKforitilvurtlKunieiit, nt O.VUTli;o(IKi.
-. . . lKJ, .. --"' "
SeeomMiniiil Milt Airnlture, InehulhTt,'
thirty yntdn enipetb'if. Apply lo n., Oa.
xi .riiioilleo. j e.e..tr
A 1)1.1) VACUUS, .
Old impoiN for Miloal thin ollleoal Meenin
Dahhuaii l)i()s.,elotlili!is;iiiiee jiiKt id
cclved ait elegant line of piece goods,
Tho very fines! Bcoteh I weeds, viihhI
nicies and M'oi-steds, jilaiii and fancy.
Also tho latest styles of Btclsou hatrt,
lioisery, silk handkerehlerH, etc, f
Wu aio now lceclvliig liom Kow
Yor)t Iho very latest idylcHof elothliig
iiiidgontH furnishing goods everbioiight
lo this market. 1'ilees lo milt tho
times. Como and sco for yourself.
Die walcr-worltH company aro how
h 0. lleevoBiei1nl. KiO). ..,.i,....l i,, i.,..i,,. ,.ii.,.,.i.. !..,.i ......
stnaiK and nellvo U lilKlior, exliuiiuw, nHern, I '. '.'V... ..i ..... ..... i . ..?..... n.7.... 'i i.';
i'.vjuiU'nilMieiiOuW!j7ta i" ;" w l"l"n"NI1 coiim-i-uiMin luruiupu
For sale, a nicely finished and well
furnished resilience, with largo lot,
humlsoinoy.'itd with fence and shrub
bery, Mil iialed 111 a desirable pat t of Iho
city will behold at a sactlllee. In
quire at oilleu of TexiiH IiivcMiiiciiI
deslrliifj to bu suiijilled with wider,
I'.MiiiuiitcH mid mien given at Ululr
olllee, corner Fifth and Alain slrecls.
Plko'a Tootlmcho Drops euro In one
German millet seed at Bpuncer A
Taylor's at sf 1 per bushel. .1-lMf
sjtockmeu. horsonienaiid all lovers o(
It was strong, fresh and wIl spoil aio Invited to attend (ho sm Ing
an i meeiiui; i mo i-iiuni."nii; imvuig
drilled, and in tlic marching and
details It wax almost pcrrcet. The cos
tuming of tho party was excellent,
and everything about it was first-class.
Lawn ace Journal,
WITH'THE ADVENT OF YOUR CONVENTION IN OUR LOVELY CITY WE EXTEND
Ask for Jersey Lilly Complexion
J'owiU-r. 35eiiUi, best. J-orsaieiiy
T. W. rowell. J-;, ai. uens, u.u. i
Dashwood auM L. X. Brunsw;
Park and Blooded block Association, ..,c, rnMC nnrrTiMn rruiDi en uiitu a ucadtV uicu tuat vnn uii i nr ni cucrn
i'JiyfL ;i.'.1.,!r?fl":' .n.1:" -""J ""H t wmi vnim uicit A im muf a " SanpVi Af niH
COUlllllllllK ll'lll linv"." I'lllll iiivnili miiih ivyinran """"""" uim.w w, .v....
day.iunniiigiuidtrotliiig. Excumiou I OUR NAME 'SUBSCRIBEO HERE) IS PROBABLY HEW TO A GREAT NUMBER OF YOU. AC
rates on all the raiiroaqs. rojno one CORDINGLY WETAKE THIS METHOD OF INTRODUCING OURSELVES TO YOUR HOT CE. SINCE
WE HAVE A WORD OR TWO TO SAY TO YOU, WHICH, IF HEEDED, WE THINK WILL PROVE
OF SOME BENEFIT,
THERE ARE DOUBTLESS AMOHCST YOUR NUMBER A GREAT MANY WHO WILL NEED,
WHILE HERE, TO PURCHASE OUTFITS FOR THEMSELVES, AND AS A DOLLAR SAVED IS A
DOLLAR MADE, WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE FACT THAT
OUR STORE IS STOCKED WITH A MAGNIFICENT LINE OF GOODS, EWBRACING
and all, ri general good llmo is prom
For further in formation address,
l B. HnjjHWOoij,
inch GM , , , fo.yelnry,
Carpets fuatilngs,' rugs, iil dothsi
mats, A-c, immense thick Just received
.'K'-SS-jZt Fvanh A'Maktj n'.
v' ; Biirgiiins In Sihecp.
11-jn Von'ig California ewes held hiht
r.iii nt j-n.iucach: urndedlo shr.ir 7H.
well as theVst nlokel cigar, i certain to shear 71h in Miiy, wool alone
ode. All .tockmen will bo at cents, eertahi to sel I for .,
innrkct until Anrll 1st.
:vm to Wi nigu grauo
III 1110 Mill Klllll '"I lll . . , ,..,. i- t ..!!
... ...... i.i i .. it... t 'I'l.i. inri'sr slvioh oi iiiiu hj
IHnvBr ni iiiu iniwu i -" . "n r -,.t ulwm. Crlin- .TAKl to ,'00l) licit i'rado ewes
I ll1Uir III, 171 .X. I'MMIk !- - - j ---. . . .. 'T .... .
iBp:,.. . .. M"',v .'..,! ,..i.i. ..ill, mitterii cue lumhsjiiciuilinir wh) mil; to
T""iveu. Timt u iiniiv ot tuese reso- sun ui '" .":- ,... -.... tr. ....,..a ...,,i i.....
'In... 1 -- , ,-,- - . . . , ...I - m.Ij1 fr1l11ll III Mill 1,11111 Jllllik VHL MI1U ''
JTeS-m1... KVI tZToi gTonmied Vllk ; . gold j change August 1st for Wcicliers.
hi, i. ..- "". "-..--,-.- ,v .....i.ui, .Jim iii o.-iniiiiai anil i ei aimeio no iiinnu tin
l'VVIIIO V.-iiij ,.i,,l l..rt Wlirlll lA. lrrOUUll im "in" " " . . 1 .: . .i ..r 1.
Ttk i,J- "jr."'".", ri" ..:. Z n.n n.i. mrtlinal urouiiduUh goiu ami ! inari;et prices oi.-icw
V'E reri 'T . X K ; crdinaUround Ith oUl and j
A, M. QUAVi.i:, I chocolate figures. .---! j
L. "SI. WillTK,
V 11. .1.1 i.. 1.1.1. ......
VU L. Itrliri.j tizr, ii nlii.iL.inl I'OII-
T" repaentlng iho house of llen
frtlowA; Bro., Philadelphia, wiy
'o City yesterday and paid the
The hottest newspaper man at pres
ent in Texas is John J.Jiogan, or the
Houston Pott. Frank Swnlii, who.
borne weeks ago canvaseed the cltieo
and towns In north Texas for (he spe
cial edition .or tho o4 of March 1st,
has left the paper ln dmd odor, life
inon w lfradod to fihcarOlii to com
mence lambing 15th t 20lh March
with range privileges until after fchenr-
ing. Full-bred to thoiough-bmlraniH.
Ternis; ?5 per head, one half Cash,
balance in 4 months. .
Applv at oiK'o to bnuKfli ollice
Texas Ijiveetment Company,
OTHSWG, )TMKKB8HIWe rfiBODST)
Mats, Boots and Shoes,
IN FACT, ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF MEN'S WEAR, ALL MARKED r'PJA lA'W(Wlti:s
AND OFFERED AT PRICES BENEATH THOSE ASKED BY ANY OTHER HOUSE IN T0WJY.
WE SHALL BE GLAD TO WELCOME ALL THAT CALL, WHETHER THEY BUY OR NOT.
VERY RESPECTFULLY, YOURS,
WASHER & AUGUST,
THE LIVE OUTFITTERS,
Awl fhilr niiA-IMfM fHotliiftra in tlio citv.
..w W.....J ,-r" .. ,, , t&rsC
58 Houston Street
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