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TUB GAZETTE: FOJIT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 3.
lp TWO 0IVILIZA.TI0N8 IN
)UE SAM'S D0MA.IM.
Li nniiliiir-Tlielr Triulr; iiim-
Lrjnrd unit ("rilmrd.
ioncd Of Onzetto.
y, M., Juiiu 120. On nil tlie
UMCSUIU IS 1H11. UUWll ill tuu
of thu Jll'o GrnlUlfc rlvor,
ktkl mnko it belong to Mexico
Lut u few ycni Jigo tiuu no
r.mmiut tn yet tlrott of trnv-
Knuio old channel alwaysuud
lilt n new route ior ubuii
ie Slcsllla valley. As Pnr;
; yovtrnnienLOi wiu l-iihwi
phiiitccrcd Ita aurvlcca 111 the
of limb (lown-trotltleh
I by throwing niltt n
Qpu Ol mis ui'iiuiiiui
i its eastern uhiik. xnuimi
IhIHu Ib plttmted on this new
I mid according to tlie trea
iilupe .Hidalgo, the title to
pas trniifcicrreu u.v aui'.mw,
Lu'imr foltunli! Samuel.
Inutll'ul little town, of about
fcn.w.n luindred Inhabitants.
BiguNhed for Its vineyards
rils. l'otsefcwnc nil inc in-
r I Ion toll urllll fl linhir.'ill V
ll ana a genial cllmnte, the
Is can raise ninioav unyining
pse to cuuiTnie. i ne
Bis peculiarly auapieu
ire of the grajo and fruits
Thonics J. UulJ, nn Ameil-
k'adiiiL' business man or
Ie is both a nurehaut and
urist. Ho carries an oxten-
if goeds and has about tifty
Itiouml and nnnle orciinru.
ileoron was Injnreif by the late
III UU MIDI L 1 111-5 J car, IIIJl
wu iooks tnrmy ana gives
an abundant yield. The
itinufucturcs the greater
of his fruit Into
brandies. After taking me
premisses, he took me into
ioms. in iih store-room ne
weh'e thousand gallons ol
randies in casks and bottles,
Ets from one to seven je.nvs
' a total abstainer myself I
test the merits of these
t the party I was with pto-
hem to be super-excellent.
Bull is anxious to
a initio wiui me
I fruit dealers of IV.xns
'his view he subscribed (or
n: and will Fend an iiuver-
or its columns fcooitf .. Deal
.. it... i .. ..........
1I11C ClUIMUi 1IIJU il II1IUU
gentleman to deal with,
will be as line ns can be
u any market wnen ma
lms thousands of bottles of
mve lain where they now
n years without being dis-
e has several Kegs (a? lie
which hold (VJO gallons
lied wllh vintage ol 1S70
SI. Hut for fear of causing
oper's mouth to water, wo
tlie wine cellar ami tni;c a
his lesideiice. In my letter
Cruces 1 gave your lcndeis a
i " tilt H
a ol u'loue uou-es. mo uors
and all his out-buildings and
V nuobe. ami cimer worn tne
Mexican adobe only in tlie
laV timl ihgy are Mrnislml up
fjel His "inrlois are ai
k comfortable as an ice
Mith the theimometer
S&h the outside from 10j to 110
abitants of Mesilla nre most
ns, but of the bLtter class.
tivssouiu regaul to the comforts
laments of civiliation.
is a much pieltier town than
;s. though the latter is the
id docs the most business,
rthut three miles apart, and
spirit of rivalry exists between
jBZuu had no lain lo nmoisi' to
tluougli this valley since
fllember, but the noble Rio
ivi'iy generouwiy comeb 10 uieir
ullages mum mui.-puiiin.-Hi. ui
a. H not only waters ineir
hem, but it enriches them
they irrigate by depositing
intiit over tliem. "J lie late
ist mrlnjr in lured tlie or-
1 young vineyards very ma
il r. iavx av ni:nxr;
eht miles wefrtofEl Pn&o, is on
f.'aeillo railroau. Tlie Texas
rgen into the Southern Pa-
f Himn mill thi Atchison. To-
Intu J'e at this noint. Leav-
'ifli nt. rlif. o'clock ill the
Ion breakfast here the second
b tier. Tlie silver Ulty, uem
acilic railway Intersects here
In is biluated on "a level plain,
surioiuHled by mountains
fir oil". The place
S1.03J Domilation. and is the
lentil' for the smaller towns
'the mountains. It is very
Iry here The thermometer
Bl In the shade, with very
Etlrrlmr. Tlnv loll UK! tllf'V
Kbut ono good mi lu through
trv in over three mourns.
1 and stock-ralsiiiK iitho chief
lof tlie countiy. They have
liuagnilieent hotel and pnssen-
at thl-j point 1 nave teen on
1 The nasseuccr tialns all
oer and breakfast here, which
lite a lively time about the
lienl time, J win leave hero
Bk p. in. for Albuquerque.
I.. & c...!'..? fKitlvAlu.iit ltft.tnl.. mftwl
4 lUiatilABa al Afltnpf ntli $
rinn-opruiiiiirMrn In tho lrcttp'.'
ArllnuUMl, Junfi 0.ArlliiKtoii, Is
progressing niitterlally, Socially,
llglottsly and cdupatluinUiyt J3lv
mm LIKE ROUTE,
tum CITIES AND SUMMEK
L'll Ti :n rl.i h Clulm that for Sum-
Ir'lrntul This I.iuu Huh No
der.s who may bocoulemplat-
io iiiaianapons, uievcnuiu,
Cew York or Iloston would do
veatlifiito the advaiituires of
udiiccniciils' oU'ered hv this
Be selecting their route.
u cars are run trom ht.i.ouis to
uied above anil no line inula h
ne than the Bee line.
Ion tickets to Niagara
aio now on Mi'e at
Biielpnl points in Texas
,ne (it reduced tales. .
at ii that Mr. J. J.
ticket agent, this
a full lino of lice lino tiekets.
Bil ticket nxretits sell tickets
-lv voiir tlf!rit nrriilit wlint
L' lUoline, nudiou will receive
CV. Geo J I. Tinnier. it Rniu-
1., pays: "Roth mvself and
our lives lo SlilldhM fan.
i Cure. Sold byL. 2ST. Bniua-
I"lhreo Jackasses" rake the
lest: display of tflverwaro lu
It Texas and thu ilneatnnd
My, goodd are oij fxiiosltlon at
ce Jewelry fciore.
liuprovemeutfl, tsoiue miiall, othoi-s
iniportaiu, out an pleasing, inivu re
cently pprung up us by innglti, lllus
llatlng either thu splendid "g(Hi-liead-a-tive-ne.'s"
or the earnest and active
lasteof thufeettlera who have emigra
ted from the four ends of tho Hilled
Sta(e3, to cstablisli themselves and
build n loivn between the
OelLbrated Igbllng bistern, Dal
ian and Fort Worth. Some
of our business men have evinced a
violent and lincdjiquei able aversion to
the idea of concealing their light un
der a bushel or sorvltig the public, lu a
mercnnlllecapnclty without drawing
their attention by com-plcous sign.
Thus acting on tho bible suggestion,
which is entirely dlllerent. "No man
doelh anything in secret when he
himself would be known openly,"
they have ornamented their establish
ments as well as partially advertised
themselves by beautifully cdncel'vcd
and painted sign boards. Wo would
respectfully pUKKest that they extend
their Idea by advertising In Tarrant
county's great literary and business
representative tho Ga.i:tte.
The lumber business of Arlington Is
divided between tho north and south
poles of town, the new establishment
towards the north star jilting in a
pleasing stylo the vacancy that previ
ously exibtod In that n'jurter of our
The matrhnonlar and household in
terests of Arlington have been zeal
ously taken lu chatge by Mr. Win.
Spruauce. and all the happy aspirants
for wedlock will rise up and bless him
for his new furniture store. How
many gentlemen, hereafter, anxious to
repose in the luxurious arms of a rock
ing chair, will suddenly be seized with
a paroxysm of fondness for their wives
and purchase one for nobody else in
the world but their own rosy and
Dr. T. A. CraveiiS' new and tasteful
pfllce is now (Utile nn ornament to tlie
street on which it is constructed.
Being almost opposite Dr. II. C.
Stevens's, these olllces stand, and, in
fancy, bow at each other from morning
Mr. A. D. Steph has clothed his
business in a new and lino suit of arch
itecture. His new house proudly lifts
its head on one of the mam coiners of
Two of our merchants, stimulated
by the prospect of a splendid lip and
chin harvest this season, as well as tor
the purpose of keeping down the su
perabundant giowth of mustache and
beard, have decided to add the barbers
to the mercantile business.
There are some reports of new busi
ness houses in contemplation of con
A revival of interest, under the elo
quent and pious administration of.
Elder J. "YV. Mitchell, pastor, iisted
by Eider Hayncs, of Dallas, is in pio
gress at the Baptis-t church. Elder
Hayncs is a minister of ability, fervor
and spiritutility. Elder J. W. Mitchell
is raiely gilted with imagination and
eloquence, combined with judgment.
His seimons arc frequently moving
p:'Uoiums cf illustrations, united by a
principle of oidcr, and j ervaded by a
latent logic, conducting to sublime and
beautilul conclusion". Logic engineers
the palace cars of his imagination.
The educational destiny of Arling
ton is now rapidly developing. 1 tcan
not now be afliimed that the educa
tional kingdom is here divided against
itself. A comprehensive, combination
of elements, with Rev. Geo. W-yatt-as
picsldent of the academy, has been
formed, with every pioiiiie of brilliant
ucccss and a brilliant future.
A musical concertiiud enteitalnment
for the purpose of sealing the academy
will come oil' July lMh. It will doubt
less be an elegant ait'air.
Arlitiirtoii'is an objective point for
drummers from all pints of the United
Stales. Wu have peipetunlly repeated
Invasions. How musical some ot tluse
drummers ate. They drum by day,
ami when biWiless Is over, mlmlo in
song and lun every nation under
heaven. Crowds gather around them,
and laughter (lows ireely.
Burhsoii, June !!0. Crops are very
good in this section of the country.
Farmers are threshing wheat now.
The crop is very good, and will aver
age twenty-live bushels per acre.
Willi one more good lain, we will
make extra corn and cotton.
Burleson is on the boom. Two moio
business houses in tills city no longer
ricnics ao in order lioic now. We
have postponed ours until the 18th gj
July, when we propose to give one
that will do honor (o our city and tho
surroundint' country. All are invited
to come and give us a help by bring
ing their basKets. ,
jFbr lame bach, side or chest use
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price '25
cents. Sold by L. N. Brunswig & Co.
1 Tho drawing for the cold watch, to
be given to tho city subscribers, is just
one moniii trom the tst ot Jiuy. jjo
not foi felt your chance by neglecting
to pay promptly. Tickets will be
given to each pubcrlber when he has
paid up to tho appointed tune, isoone
will hold a ticket who docs not pay up
In full between this and the dtawing.
JAfe. T. Mr.Jrox,
At Inst there has been discovered a
remedy which will positively cure
chronic sores of every character. It
you are troubled with eruptions caused
by syphilitic taint or impure blood try
tho Hot Springs remedy. (J. C. C..5'
and if it fails to euro you, return the
bottle and I will refund the price paid
for It. Sold bv L, N. Brunswig.
Excursion tickets to a hundred cities
nud watering places are now on sale at
the Gulf, Coloiado it Santa Fe ticket
olllcc, near tho El Paso hotel. Rates
exceedingly low. This is the smooth
est line and connections as sure as
twice two arc -four. Call for rates and
time. E. 15. Fo&nicic,
Railway and StenimOiin
Tho Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fo Rail
road Company oifeis you the smooth
est and best line, with only one change
of C4is for Chicago, Cincinnati, Wash
ington, add other Noithe.ni, Eastern
and oiitlieaslern cities. Olllco on
Main street, near the E Patvo hotel.
Call for rates and time.
E. E. Fospiciv,
Railroad tyid Steamship
Another lot of ccqulslto sheet music
Just opened, Every lady customer
for tel'.'cUoiiB. '. M. WirtTt:. ,
A 2faftl Injector freo with each
bottle of Ohlloh' Catarrah Remedy.
Price 60 coins. Sold by -&. Jf. Dnina
wlg & Co.
l'rellinlhary Trlnt of CtinmticrH llclenicol
J, on Unail Local Uml Soelnijr llrotl
.. ties nt Orci'inlllo.
Green vlllc, .luile i0. The. case of
Geo. C. Chnmhers, for the murder or
Win, E. McCarty, oxtax assessor of
Morris county, lust Saturday, lcsullcd
hi tho role o of Chambirs on a J-1.000
bond. ReiMirls fay Unit McCarty had
been working for Chambers and do
manded a BUtlcment, and Chambers
told hiln to give up the key to the
house in which he had been living,
whereupon McCarty refused unle-s
Chambers Bottled With him. A quar
rel ensued and Chambers knocked Mc
Carty down with a chair, and one re
port Mi.vs that he got Up and wasstaild
Ing wllh his hands In his pocket when
Chambers drew a pistol and shot him
three times. McCarty After being shot
walked llfly yards to a drug store,
where ho died In twenty minutes.
McCarty was a man of small slaturo
and had a wooden kg, having lost his
leg In battle in the Confederate cause
during the war. He had been elected
and served two years as tax assessor of
Morris county, and unci always been
considered a man of very quiet ways
and peaceable; in fact, ho win so easy
and good that ho Invariably injured
himself for the accommodation and
convenience of his friends. Chambers
Is a man that will weigh about UOO
pnuuds and Is said to oc high tem
pered. He has a large family, and his
trleiids are perfectly astonished that he
should get it in him to kill a man In
McCarty's helplc s condition, We
know both parties personally, and It
gives us to record the occurrence.
Asa Holt, of Terrell, tho newly elec
ted president of the Hunt County
National Bank, will move to Gaines
ville lu the full and assume the duties
of his olllcc. Mr. J. W. Rainoy, the
present president, contemplates a trip
to Europe after the re-org.miz.Ulon of
the bank Is completed.
Miss Hullt Coop, of Dangci field, is
Mr.s. L. M. Allen, of Dangerficld, Is
here on a visit.
Mr. J. W. Harrington, T. A. Ball's
book-keeper, has gone wist to visit re
lations and to recuperate.
Mr. A. Canieion and wife teturned
last wick lrom Mineral Wells, where
thev had been for their health.
Mihs Carrie Brown of Jellerson, who
has been on a several week's visit here
will return home In a few days.
Married on the iilst, Mr. H. Har
ris to Miss Geoigie Little.
On the 125th, Mr.. las. Greenwood to
Miss Emma Drake.
On the 17th, at Campbell, Mr. J. T.
Roinsou to Miss Emma Cox.
J. G. Mathews, district attorney, is
at homo resting himself for the live
weeks district couit at this place
which commences next Monday.
Mr. W. Bolding, Hamilton, Texas,
sayt,: ''Biown's lion Bitters cured me
of biliousness and general depression."
You will never know what splendid
.stock of handsome goods and extreme
low pi ices that we show unless yon
call at the Tcuue&sic store. Wu cax
and wiijii make it to tho interest of
all buyers of dry goods, clothing, hats,
ooois and shoes to see us before bnving.
J. M. AVhiti:.
Use Texas Chill Syrup.
& King sole agenta.
NOW IS THE TIME
TuInUo AiiniiKfiiirntH tor Vciur Summer
and to nmircon the exptnse, time con-
Mimed In traveling, lliiough-eur ar
The Viindttlla Line with its connec
tions will undoubtedly conic nearer
your requluniviitH than any other
line, becaiuc it has so many through
car lines. Flr-t. It has a double
daily line of Pullman Palace- Hotel
aud'SIcepingcars lo Phihdolphia' and
New York without change, via the
"Great Pennsylvania Route." This
line it fiords the passengers all the beau
tiful scenery .through the interior of
Pennsvivnnia, including the Hot hi
Shoe Curve, the Coneitiaugh and Alle
grippus, and is tho favorite louto fur
persons going to the east shore. Sec
ond. Tts elegant Pullman Sleeping
and Hotel Car Line, With but ono
change (and that in Union Station, no
transfer) to the famous sptings in Vir
ginia and West Vliginia. Third. Jib
line of Pullman Sleeping Cars to
Chicago, where connections are made
with through curs to all tho principal
resorts in Michigan Wisconsin and
Minnc-ota. Fouith. It has tho only
Pullman Car line to Cincinnati for tho
accommodation of Cincinnati hissou
gers, and those destined to points on
or via tlie Cincinnati Southern and
Kentucky Central ralhoads, and Cin
cinnati, Washington & H:ltimmo Mill
ionth This is positively the only line
by which passengers for tho points
named can have Pullman Car accom
modations between St. Louis and
Cincinnati, and the only line avoiding
the tedious transfer to tho Cincinnati
Southern railroad stntlon. Filth. Its
lines of local Pullman Sleepers be
tween St. Louis and Indianapolis,
whereby passengers leaving St. Louis
in tlie evening will secure a full
night's ie-t, as tlm car is cut olfon ar
rival at Indianapo'is and pnsseiigeis
allowed to occupy it until 7 o'clock
It will bo well for you to consider
theso numerous advantages offered
only by tho Yandalia Line. Cheap
round-trip excursion tickets arc on
sale to Narthein and Virginia summer
resprts, also roundtrlps to Pittsburgh.
For rates, time tables, etc,, call on or
Tiros. S. RiujAit,
South Westerh Passenger Agent of the
Vandalia Lino and Pennsylvania
Routo, Dallas, Texas.
or J. M. CifKsmioiroir,
Ass't General Passenger Agent, St.
mmil 6 COCllRfiNE " DUBLII1 & BELFAST
iT. LOUIS & ST. PAU
Flno Slde-Viool Pnouenuor blcamoro
Between BT. U3V1B. HANNTUAI,, QUWOY,
KEOKUK. nUHLINOTON. JtCCK JBL,AWD,
UAVHtfi-OKT. CLINTON, "?&,,
uioaoaaa, bt. pauii rhii Minneapolis.
St I'iml 1'wlMti eni fal. Jxiult every MondaiAN d.
nttfelnr nd 1'rliU)-, atil m . ivml lUoHllml.Qolnrr.
Hvvltukaad llnrllnucm enr Tuwiinri fhuryduy lunl
KulurJuv. Qiilacy 4 Keokuk 1'ucLtt Iojao HI. IfUUJi
lUllr. liundi4jrru4MM,iit m. . ,
..Kxcurtlon Tickets tit low ! loSI. I'iml. )MM
Mlntiuaiui undnll horlhriiHnwuiir).HU. Ilrct
an I cb.iK. ruulo to DVoU. MooUnu aod HnaHolu
far luttttJd llulJo JlooW, tlm UklM. JWJ
tad llKti: r-I. nd ollwt loformoilnu, ..dil"',
Vksrib?it f.1 u pijT fV. Ii t. WVW. W
Texas Chill Syrup never fulls to
cure. FottjMu by all druggists. Dash
wood & King (solo agents.
' -n i
to vlgcourly push a business,
trcnglh lo study a profession,
strength to regulate a jioUsehold,
..wjso to do a day's'labor with
out physical pain. All this repra-
cents vihat is wanted, in the often
heard expression, " Oh i I wish I
had the strength!" If you aro
broken down, have not energy, or
feci as if life was hardly worth liv
ing, you can be relieved and re
stored to robust health and strength
by taking BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS, Which is a truo tonic a
y medicine universally recommended
. for all wasting disoascs,
oi N. Fitment St., Balilmcrl
During the war I was in
jtned in tllcs-tomach by apiece
of a slicll, and ha csunercd
fromitocrsiucc. About four
J csrs nno it brought on parnly
ms, u Inch kept mc in Led six
r.'.cntlis, raid the List doctors
in the city said 1 Could not
Uc. I suffered fiarfuUyfioui
indigestion, nml forocrtwo
cars coul d not cat solid food
taitl for a larpc rortion of the
lime as tinalik to rctaiu c en
liquid nourishment. I jiied
llrow n's Iron llittersandiiow
.after talingtwo bottles 1 am
able to gel up and go around
Mid cm rapidly iniproMng.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS ib
a complete and cure remedy for
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Malaria,
Weakness and all diseases requir
ing a true, reliable, non-alcoholic
tonic. It enriches the blood, gives
new life to the muscles and'tone
A v.'arrcnlcd ci'ro (or all diseases
cursed by malarial poisoning ol tho
blood, such as Chills and Fever,
Ftvcr'and AgueSun Pains, Dumb
and Masked Ague, Third-day Ague,
Sirring Chilis, Intermittent, Remit
tent, Dilious and all other Fevers
caused by 'nalaria. it is also tho
safes! and best cure lor enlarged
Spleen (Fever Cntso), General tlcblli.
iy and Periodic Neuralgia.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
I.. '. 1IUUNSW1G &. K), Agent".
Tin: uitiLiT i:x!lisii iii:.mj:i)y.
k CURES ffiliroinS,
ffl ' ?N T? A I DEBILITY
Uf es,jji, J Tlcor, hiioi'initorrlKoa, etc.,
VArB iSr-Hl iSS " "' " "'"er icineiuu iiui, a
f7 rnrr tiuartnitectl. 51.50 fi hot.
crf ll Timh ftit!u ttin miiitiMlv
?.". lly express to uny nil
dichK. Sold bv nil driiL'iriRlK
I'liglisli Medical lnni-tute, prrtprletors, 718
OllYoblioet. SU Louis, -Mo. Hold by T. W.
I'owcll, Kort WprUi, Te.ns. ,
' TV. W. KOUTH,
FORT WOJiTJI, TEXAS.
OFFICE-Nn. 13 Jfn Street. JletUtenee,
N. W. Orilhotinatut Tliinl Uticels. 6-'25tr
HECK k BAJCEIt,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
Will fti'uUli estimates or cosfou all kind
of buildings, (shelving, couutorn.oto,
FORT WORTH. TEXAS.
X E5 rJ 17 X JS T? ;
FORT WORTH, 1EXAS.
OFFZCB-Xo, 13 Main Streel.i.Up Hlaixt.
USKH JJ1TROTJH OXl)R GAB.
J. J. KANE.
Architect and Superinten-ioiit
0722' WORTH, TEXAS. 4
OFFICE Over Ftrtl Xatloncil Jlank.
l'lnns and fipeclflCAttHns with nil mddero
lniprovemeiits. lnclndlne estimates of the
cost of cery description orimlldlugg In the
lty or country, Prwiirflao Hox 3M. tttit
W. U. Cowaj. J, V. I'OHKY,
COWAN & POSEY,
Attorneys at Law, Notaries Publio
Ami (itnrral Ilml I'Matu llroktrn,
SEBTWATER, NOLAN OOUNTY, TEXAS,
Agents forTexa Hiillrojd Iinds. Spccla
Attention to Ctillccllons. Itererencou: First
NnlloniU Hunk, Weiitlierlord; Hon. T, 11,
Whoelcr. Jndgo I2tU JudlrlMl llUtrlet, Ilreck
enrldge, Tex.; Judgo J. U. Fleming, C'UCo.
c. ir. BEJiixaTos,
Contractor and Builder
I'laus, hptrldciitlous nnd c-Rilmutcs
furiitklicd on uppllcution.
Offioe and Sbon on Houston bo-
tweon Fifth and Sixth Streets,
r. o. box'ju.
j. M. olvkk; w.s. Hitr.r.woon
CLARK & SftlALLWOOD,
Attorneys-at-Law and Real
COLORADO CITY, TJ3XAS
Inference! Kx.Ooy.Jni. O.Vorter, Kanli
lllo.Tonn.; Hon. J. b. C. Atklnn, furls,
DR. A. J. 1A WHENCE.
t . . n
vnnv urn n tit. TEXAS,'
nFFIOK.-I BenteiirHulldlBr, ovr W,
BEST IN NORTH TEXAS!
71 C -
Equal fo Any: m the 'State.
l III f
r V I
The Stock Jo
jias m:i:x rn-ri:i) vv with a
Coxsistixo or xkaii
roxr.? of tvpj;
foxtj of. rri'j:
roxru of tvpi:
J'OXZN OF J'JU'i;
JOSEPH H. BR
.A.ULC1 Donler lax
UBi u ' i
1 HI k
RArmiup Akin fw-m
Nos. 6; 8, 10, 18 and 14 First Street, .: , "'
W. F. LAEE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Ita, Iron, Ms, Gu Pin,
Wagon imd OarrittEe Wood Wort.
STOVES, PUMPS, PUMP SUPPLIES.
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Oornor Houaton and Socond Stroota. Fort Worth, Toras.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST STOVE AND HARDWARE HOUSE IN THE CTi
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HENRY & SANDIDGi;
Agricultural Implements, Ifon, Wagon and Plow Woorfs,
Browne Sulkey, Buford, Brlnley and Other Plows.
BARBED AND PLAIN WIRE
Blacksmith and Carpenter Tools a Specially.
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CINCINNATI OFFICE : 120 SECOND STREET
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Livery, Carriage and Omnibus Line.
Orders leant tho Ktnblo or El Prso Hotel. Horteg nnd 3Iu1m bpnaht and Bold. Tli
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
OILS, DYE STUFFS, WINDOW GLASS, ETC., ;'
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