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TI1E GAZETTE: FORT WORTH, TEXAS, TUESDAY JULY 10.
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H If a man betrue to himself, it is important lie should labor in some way and make earnings, and it is equally important that when hi
Send those earnings, he should look to his bargains, and get the best value he can for his money. A great writer and philosopher, coming tof
Ju, wrote liiusu .imus :
Since 1 must bid this world adieu, let me my former life review. t v
I grant my bargains were well made, for all men should protect themselves in trade
It is self-defense in all professions : surely self-defense is no transgression." '
And it is very plain at the close of one's life they may regret many things they have done, but they will not regret any honest bargains tli!
ive obtained. At the sign of the lour red flags on Houston street we offer for sale two bankrupt stocks the stock of Mr. E. S. Turk, of Fort AVortM
lascd of Sheriff Maddox ; the stock of Mr. Isaac Trepp, of Centralia, Illinois, purchased of Sheriff Mason, of St. Louis city These two cost Sff-f !
id Mr. Trepp about S35.000, and were purchased by me for cash for less than half that amount. tk ,
f EpS I will sell the goods at retail at about one-half to two-thirds of the usual retail price. Come and see them. If you don t want to biiyW
re welcome to look at the stock and price, and satisfy yourselves that, while all this is wonderful, it is all true. If you don't want lo buy you vilUU
eared ponreiy, ana you can ten your menus wnai you nave seen wren your own eyes.
The goods consist of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Men's and Boys' Boots and Shoes, Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps, Shirts, Collars, (Srloves, 'Hosiery
jjNeckwear, Underwear, Trunks and Yalises. Such an offering at retail has never before occurred in the United States, and will probably never occur in Fort Worth again.
S Anv goods purchased of us, if not satisfactory to the buyer, can be returned the folio wine: day, and the money will be refunded. There will l
calk upon the subject, more than to hand you the money you will not be required or urged to buy something else in place of the goods you have returned'
f One price, and only one price, is a rigid rule ol our business. We shall treat the rich and poor all alike ; the money ol one of them is just as good to us as
that of the other. The merchant that makes only one price must make a low one, or his one-price system Avill stop Ms sales. We will illustrate tliis plainly:
comes in and prices the goods, says he came in because we had advertised to sell cheap and that $15 is not cheap for the goods. Out goes the buyer the sale ia lost. We are
One-pnueu. UUUo, pu qco, au.x iau.u.ju icuuud uiicj piioo uvj piccvoo jjllj-ll.
One price and high prices won't workit has been tried a thousand times; but one price and low prices will work, and work good. We just .ask $10 for the gent's all-wool indigo blue
flannel suit : the buyer says he will take it, the cash goes into the drawer, and we are ready for the next man. We can afford to sell the goods cheap we bought at sheriffs' sales nnH u
Wbpught cheap. We are often asked how we got all those cheap goods. To use a Texas expression, we RUSTLE for them, and, having been in the trade all our lives, we know a good bargain
Wrom a bad one as soon as we iook at it we tatce me gooa oargams, me oaa ones we leave.
HASE TRADING CO., Sign of the F01IE RED FLAGS, HOUSTON ST.
ilbitlon ami Concert oTthu MIncola Nor
cspomlcnco of tlio Giizetlc.
Jiiieoln. Julv 7. Litst uisht tho
anuirenient of the normal school imve
Bij-hly interesting exhibition, con-
'tinir of vocal and instrumental
ft'rikfclc bv Mia. J. F. McDaniel. Misses
die (.'nlnhnn and Minnie Patten,
recitations by Mibaes Mary isib-
U and Eddie Caluhan. Tlie ailtiir,
ukIi huiriedly Kotten Hi), com-
nded the enthusiastic appreciation
ic audience. JJtit it was not tne
hers' motive merely to invito
nlHona nf Afiiiixiln fnr nil iiifpl-
ial treat. The leal object of the
rtainnient was to arrest the atten-
fthe neonloand lis it unon tlie
SWndertaking in which, these teachers
tyjfre'engaged. Tlie exhibition will eer
Malfi'y prove to have given tlio school
$declded impetus, for it was" the
$ureius of enlisting tlie sympathy and
gjdoperation of our citizens for tlio en-rptite.
WSHon, J. V. Jhichanan addressd the
Nfo'dience in a few well chosen renuuks.
mlf you are going ISTortii, South. East
Mjiwest travel via 1110 luissouri i-aciuc
Ifttl Texas & Pacific. Tickets to all
Dints in the United States and Can-
ida. "Excursion tickets to principal
Miner lesorts in tho United btates.
Por majis, time tables and other infor
jiation call upon or add i ess
RfcjS J. J. Cin:w,
iTJeket Agent Missouri Pacific, Texas
Wfr Pacilio and I'ovt wortn it uen
.er City Hallways, Union Depot.
siSS". . J. J. Cliew is the' onlv ticket
fftKent tlie abovo roads liave in Fort
M(oith, and remember that tlie only
ticket oillce tlie above roads have is at
le Union Deuot.
fact that a lady and gentleman tlie
lady resembling Lotta arrived there
lost night and registered as Mr. and
Mis. Steinmet. of New Mexico. They
left to-day. The doubt entertained
about the story of the wedding glows
out of the belief that Lotta is in Eu
rope, wheie she sailed recently. Still,
she is said to have returned.
Huss is a handsome, fair-haired
Englishman, who recently inherited
?150,000. He is a graduato of tho An
napolis Naval academy. He has been
a theatrical manager in n small way.
He saved Lotta's life on Lake Geoige
some time since. She gave him a
medal for it, and fell in love with him.
He was then in love with a Washing
ton girl, who will to-mbrrpwjiiarry a
Connecticut man. IIo afterwards
turned to Lotta, so goes the story.
Tho drawing for tho gold watch, to
0o given to tlie city subscribers, is just
no month from the 1st of July. Do
not forfeit your chance by neglecting
to pay promptly. Tickets will be
given to each subscriber when he has
paid up to tlie appointed time. No one
will hold a ticket who does not pay up
in full between this and tho drawing.
Jas. T. Mi:i.ton,
IiriJ TEETH FOR HER LOVE.
mliiy fccliool Celebration ittul lMcnlcNoar
rrec-nomleiico of the f Snrctto.
Keller, July 5. The fc'abbath school
f Keller. Oilead and Lone Elm, le-
rpectively superintended by Prof. It.
b Moore, Mr. II. G. Mooio and Mr.
,'aleb Williams, convened to-day.
tVfter au impiesslve march with ban
ners to a beautiful grove about one
idle and a half east of Keller, elegant
nd instructive Sabbath school address
Ivoro delivered by Prof. Moore and
rof. W. W. Works of Roanoke. Tlio
ralorieal rear army was brought up
van auio oration iiom j-ion. a. j.
hamberaon education, public-schools,
institutional amendments and ailed
opics, after which tlie crowd separated
nto lmrties and a sumptuous euter-
Itainmentadded a physical to tlie intel
lectual repast ot tlio day. Tlio atiatr
A...... .. , ,,l,..,,U.l ..Ot, A ,,,!, .,.!,, ,11.
piereafter bo Aiipplled.
Excursion tickets to a hundred cities
lanu watenug piacea aio now on stuo oi
tlie Gulf, Oolomdo & Santa Fo ticket
llino. ripnr the Kl Paso hotel. Kates
fSexceedingly low, This is the smooth
MVht lf.. .....1 An.i.tn. I rt..n nri r.m .in
fvs1' '" Him uwiuicwuwim un nutu no
imtwieu two are lour, can lor rates auu
pjtime. E. E. Fosdicic,
Ibt Railway and Steamship
u . . .?. ...
is Louie Jiarrieu ;
A AVashini'ton special to tho St.
LLouls Pobt-Dlsnatch, dated July lid,
f bays : TheRev. v. D. Power, GariieHi's
old pastor.niarrled Miss Cliarlotto Crab
troe and Mr. O. Edwin IIuss, last
evenlug, at the residence of a friend.
A prominent southern democratic con
gressman, who knows them both, fuiys
that Miss Crahtree was not any ouo
else beside Lotta, and that Mr. Hush is
a good follow, wlto will make her a
good husband. At tho house, whtre
the wedding was said to have takou
place, tlio lady who opened U ir
admitted Ihatnwedding-bDtween tho
parties numed had occurred, but when
asked whether the bride's name was
"Lotta," said she had uothlng more to
say. ' Jnqury at tlie Arlington, whore
the bride and groom were said to lnivo
spent the nightf preparatory to leav
intjfor Eurone to-day, reyealeu the
Tlie lluiiinnco of n 'on .lorsey IJcllo IVltli
Cruel r-Hrcnts Orilem tol'int Willi
Jler lU'iintirnl TuetH llecuuiiu
JIiiu of Her Choice
The Evcnlny News of Philadelphia
publishes a strange story of terrible
ciueltvto which a vounir irirl has
beon subjected by her lather in Atlan
tic tJlty. un Tuesuay morning ijr. i.
Carnog, a. dentist, who practices at
Atluutiu City during tlio summer, was,
visited by a line-looking young lady
iiamod Uello Herring, about twenty
years of ago. She was much agitated
and lequusted the dentist to extract
Tho mental condition ol' the young
lady rather surprisad Dr. Comog.
Wlieu she was seated in tho chair ho
found that eleven of her fiont tcetli
had already been exti acted. H be
came curious at the strange circum
stance, and inquiied -who had ex
tracted tho teeth, and why she wishes
tho remainder drawn. Miss Herring,
greatly agitated, told the dentist Unit
ner miner was punisning ner lor re
ceiving ft young man at her house
whom he uiu not nice, miss .ucrring
told Dr. Comog that one evening tlio
gentleman called to see her and her
father ordered him to leave the preiiK
ises, and arter no liau gone inioime
Kor that, as a nuulshmeiit for icceijf
ing his visits, slicfniust either go to a
convent or have her teeth extrated.
She had chosen to lose her teeth rather
than go to a convent. The horrified
dentist refused to have anything to do
with tlio case, and the lady departed.
Dr. Cornog narrated tho abovo facts
to a reporter, and the latter set out to
llnd tho young man who had beon
summaiiajly ejected from Acme cot
tage. "Without much trouble tlie
young man was found in tlio person
of Mr. George Wolf, who keens a stoie
on the broad walk along tlio beach.
Mr. Wolf stated (hut lie had called
upon tho young lady in question on
Saturday evoning, Juno 7, Und after
hp had been introduced to Mis'. Her
ring, tlie step-mother of MHs Belle, he
sat down ion tuo porcn winch sur
rounds tlie cottage to spend the own
Ho had only been seated iv short
time when the father of tlio young
irirl juude ids appearance and ordered
her in tho house, and at tliesaiuo time
made a remark uilbnslvo to Mr, Wolf,
who immedlatelv rafnllntml. A few
sharp woids wero exchanged and tho
young man left tho porch with Injunc
tions more forcible than elegant never
loiiiuBBiiwmjjifuniuro again at Ui."U
house. Mr. vIf said ho did not see
the ywig lady agaln'for a week or so
after that, butwhen lie did she told
him the mo tale she subaimiiontlv
told Dr. Cornog. Mr. Wolf was great
ly exercised at this terriblo punish
ment, but was at a loss to know how
to act in the matter. He stated that
lie had been intioduccd to Miss Her
ring in Philadelphia, and hail always
respected her as a lady. The reporter
expressed a desire tosee the father,and
night befoio last, in company with
Mr. Wolf, he called at the house. Tlie
door of the residence was opened by
Mr. Herring, who invited tlie viitois
in, not recognizing Mr. Wolf. When
the two were seated the reporter stated
the rumor brieily to Mr. Herring.
At iirst that gentleman was taken
aback, but lecovering himself, he
eiied llercely. "It's a lie, and -whoever
said iL is a liar." Ho rose from his
chair and paced up and dowh tlie
room in an excited manner. Tlie
room was dimly lighted by a hall lump,
and when the! rale parent walked out
to tho hall he disclosed a hard-featured
man of about 50 years of age,
with a determined expression, which
showed him to be a man of fixed pur
pose. Suddenly he "paused and de
manded to know who tlio "individ
ual" was who accompanied tlie report
er. On being informed, lie cried:
"Is that tho fellow whom I ordered
oil' the porch'."'
"I am a gentleman!" cried Mr. Wolf,
excitedly, "and I niean lo piotcct
your daughter from your extreme
"Who is cruel?" demanded the fath
er, as he sank into a chair and leaned
over and gazed into tlie face of the
"You are cruel." replied Mr. Wolf,
"You're a liar!"'thundered Mr. Her
ring. At tliis Mr. Wolf half rose in ills
chair, and then, thinking dKcietion
tlie better part of valor,ank back
and said nothing.
At this war ol worus mih. Herring,
who had beon listening fiom a loom
across tlie hall, stepped into the parlor
and volunteered lo explain tho mat
"T told Relic that she could have her
teetli extracted if sho wanted to, as a
few of the front ones -weic decayed,
and have false ones made, and she
wkiiI. In T)r. Rillnnlinimri mid hail
eleven extracted, but I did not know'
that sh went to Dr. uornog. At an
events, I will call her down and make
A servant was dispatched for tliv
young girl, but returned immediately
with the intelligence that "Miss Rello
hasfretired and will not be seen."
At this Mrs. Hening went to the
gift's room, and in about lifteen min-
ues returned, leading the young
oman weeping into tlie room.
"Sneak out. Rello, and tell tho
truth," said her father, "did I force
you to have your teeth drawn?"
The young girl made no reply, but
sank on tlie sofa and burled her lace in
her hands. Coaxing was of no avail,
and commands were fruitless, and all
efforts to make tlio young gill speak
woro of no purpose. Mis. Honing
rang for water and threw it in the
girl's faco to revive her. Tho water
had tlie desired efl'ects, and Miss Her
ring regained consciousness. Sho
would only say that sho wanted to go
to her room.
''You must speak," cried Mrs. Her
ring, as she shook tho girl by the
"Don't use the girl so rudely, Mrs.
Herring." Interposed Mr, Wolf, "wu
will call when she is more composed."
"Leave tlio house, you impudent
rascal," cried Mrs. Herring, as she
threw open tho door.
Mr. Wolf aro-.o and walked out, Mr.
Herring sitting motionless while tlio
stiong climax was being enacted.
The Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fo Rail
road Company oilers you- the smooth
est and best lino, with only one chance
of cars for Chicago, Cincinnati, AVasli
Ington, and other Northern, Eastern
and Southeastern cities. Oillce ou
1T..I.. .,( ,mn llm I."l lnncil llOU?.
JlUIUIUI.Vl, ..well iiiv--" t.w
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JV. Xl. i'USIUUJV,
h aim nine. i t
FOKT "WORTH & DENVER
CITY RAILWAY COMPANY.
On and After July Ut
A daily hack and mail will leave
Wichita Falls at C a. m., arriving at
Vernon at 0 p. m. Leaves Vernon at
0 a. in., arrives at Wichita Falls at G
p. in. Distanco, 60 miles.
A tri-weeky hack and mall leaves
Wichita Falls at fl-u. m. Tuesday,
Thuisdaysand Ratuidays via Voinon
and Clarendon for Mobeetie.
Leaves Mobeotio Tuesdays, Thuis
doys and Saturdays for Wichita Falls,
via Clarendon and Vernon. Schedule
time, 72 hours.
A daily hack and mail leaves Wlcjilta
Falls at Ou. m. for Seymour, arriving
at Seymour at 5 p. hi.; leaves Seymour
at 0 a. in., arriving at Wichita Jalla at
5 p. m. Distance, 50 miles.
For further information apply lo
C. F. Cobiaxs, Terminal Anent.
F. W. D.'C. Ry. Co., WiehlUi Falls.
Texas Chill Syrup never falls to
cure. For sale by all druggists. Dash
wood & King solo agents.
You will find genuine B. F. Gravoly
& Sons, tobacco ut Dasliwood & King's
Mr. W. D. Hicks, Ennls, Tex., says:
"Riown's Iron Bitters lias improved
tlie health of botli
my wife and my-
Big drives in ladles summer dress
goods of all desciiptions, to reduce
stock at once. An early call will sure
ly secure the best buigalna of tlio sea
son. J. M. Wirri'i;.
If you hear of any man lotailing
first-class goods cheaper than J. M.
White, Tennessee stoie, take him to
the river and diown him at once, for
ho will soon die of starvation,
i , tai
While ciiioyhig a first-class phavoby
going to Is. GuUman's barber shop
next to the corner of Main and Fiist
street, No. "0. Fans going all the
Housekeepers ami Consumers
Will savo money by Inlying Wrlsley's
soaps, which aie sold by all grocers.
Among their celebiated brands aro the
"Linen," "White Velvet." "German
Family," "English Blue," "Old En
glish," "Gold Medal, 8-poimd Bar,"
each bar wrapped "in a colored table
napkin; also, their "Now Tidy soap,
2-pound Bar," each bar wrapped in a
Japanese tidy, made of puro vegetable
oil and tallow. The best is thq cheap
est. Bo sure and see that each bar or
cake is branded "U. A. Wiisley & Co.,
Texas Chill Syrup stands peerless as
a chill remedy. Dasliwood & King
lJti'oui'ANT and Thui:. Impure
blood causes disease and decay no
miilterwhat part seems to bo tho seat
of the disease liver, kidney r bralu
then how to cure It is to purify
the bloodwltli Ackek's Blood Elixir.
L. N. BnuNswici & Co.
At last there has been discovered a
remedy which will positively cure
chronic sores of every character. It
you aro tioubled with eruptions caused
by sypliilitlo Uiint or impure blood try
tho Hot Springs remedy, 0, C C,"
and if it fails to cure you, return the
bottle and I will refund tlio price paid
for It. Sold bv L. N. Brunswig.
rJmo! Linio J Xime !
Ilninwl Itnilr T.imn utwl ffcmihlt
lTsirlru tnniinf.ifiiru u Mil nurlrtt flllllllfV
of white lime, For nrloiw.'.ete., address
SV1AIITJN r"V-?"' I"tJJ,"'iiiiJ
Tho mntf Mirceisfnl rcmctlr over illscov
ereil, mi li Is eortiiin In lis eltecttt ntid Uoes
not blister. ki:ad 1'iioqk ijjclow :
SAVED HIM 1,800 J30LLARS.,
Adams, N. Yf, Jnn.30, 1S81 Dr. 11, J. Ken
dull A- da.! Ooiits Having usoU n ijooil ilinl ol
your Kondull'H. Spavin euro with great ruo
ccKg, I thought I ivonlil let you know wlintlt
has tlonu for nil'. Two yem nuo J hnil hb
ejieeilyn coitus wns over mlseil in .JorterHon
county. AVhen I wu-j Urcaldne htm ho UIoIuhI
over tho cioss bur und cot fnui mul toroouo ot
his html lepsull 101)100011. I employed tholmst
lunlcrs, but they all said ho wnu npolktl. Ho
luul aciy Iiuko thorough pin, and I used two
bottles or jour Kemlnll'n spavin Cine, and It
too): tl)o hunch entirely oil, and ho sold afior
wards for sisw (iIoIIiun). I lmo ut,crt It lor
cured completely mid lea tho lop smooth.
HiMiibjilciHllil iiiedldno forrheuiuntUin, 1
lmvo iccommcnded It to n ood many, and
they all hiiy It docs tho venk. I wn In with
nrn?ton A. Kncoland's diug Ntoro, In AdaitiN,
the other day, omrSaw a very rtno plctuio
you sent them. I tried to buy It, Inn could
not; they wild If X would wrlto to you Unit
ou would Head mo ono. 1 wish on would,
ndl will do on all tho good I can.
Very rospoUfully, E. H. Lyman.
from 1 lie Akron Commercial, Ohio, of Nor. Zltli,
KpndcrH of tho CbmmcrcUtl cannot well for.
Bet i tint tilnrgoHpucohim lor years been taken
up by Ki'UdiiU'K advmtlkomenu CHpeulally
ot u te, tain Hpitvlu Cure. Wo ltuyo had ileal
lngH with Dr. Kendall for many yean, mid
wu know of.fcomo liiiKo bubliu.,1"! houses In
cities near by, who hao also dudtw 1th hliu
lor umny jtar, and tho truth 1 fully and
fiilthlully proven, not only that lui Ik h KQod,
honuHt man, and that lilt, celebiated Hpuvlu
CuioU not only nil that It Is recommended
to be, hut that tho hniilUh lnneuai.'o is not
capable of ricommchdlng It too highly.
KendaU'H Spavin euro vlll euro spavlni,
Thcroiiru hundicdK of cuhon In which that has
been prpen to our ccualn know It-duo, but,
after all, If any poison coiitlneK tho uhciuIik si
of thlsv-clobrnted inedlclno tocurlnK-Rpalns
alotiQ, thoy nmlro u hie ml.stal:a, It 1 tho
boamedlelno known us an outward ftiijillf-a-tlon
tor lhoumiitlhiu In tho human lamlly.
It Is t-ood for pains and nehes, swcIIIul'k and
Iamcncts,and Is Just nsuifuly applied tomeu,
voinen mid chlfdrcn as It th lo horsos, Wo
know that there nro other good llulinentR,
Uutwodo bi'Uoethls tpavln euro to bo fur
better than any oYer'lin ontud.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Four WouTrr. Toxbb, March 1J, I5S1.
.Vciir. Jt. J. JCemlull A- Oj.-rAbout Kinouths
hro there wax a Valuable btulllon brought to
tho stable of Karmcs und lleniy to bo treated
forn bonospavln which wasonoyenruL'rowjh
and of pronounced hUo, and (Inivlnu' learned
throuifh outsldo hources tluit jour llnlniunt
known m Kendall's Kpavln Cure was valu
able, I rouimQiiced n.ln It on tho enlarge
ment and niter six wocl( using and liavin
applied two bottler tho liorno was cured ou.
tlroly, leivviug tho legiiotiectly smooth.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE
On Human lleM).
Hhos beon tiried In thousands of cures on
human llesh with such wonderful success
that wo now fid tcrUilu Jt Is tho best llul;
meat known for man, ns It hod BUtllclcnt
strength to penetrate and vlrluo to euro the
worst cases, which uro not atketed lit iho
least by ordinary liniments, nd yt It does
not blister or cause n sore, .,,,
Vbvay, Ind.,AUguH12, ISSI. Dr.Ji. J. Ken
tlall A Oi..- O'ents haniplo of circulars re
ceded today. I'loasaoentt monomowlth niy
Jniprint, printed on one do only. Tho Ken
dall's Bpnvln Curo Is In excellent demand
with us, anil not only for animals, but for
hitman ailment also, Mr. Jos. Vorls, ono of
tho leading farmers Hi our county, ,pralni.d
an unklo badly, and knowing jho, lue ol
tho remedy for horses, tried It on 'himself,
and it did far better than he had expected,
Cured the sprain In very fchort order.
Yours respect rul I y, , C.O.'i'iriKiiANP.
l'rlco Jl per bottto.orl.T bottles forStf. All
drugBliniliavoltor m gtt It tor you, or it
will no sent to any address qn re cMntof price,
by tho proprietors, Dlt. 11. J. KKNlJALL A
CO.. Knosburgh Kulls, Vt. Head for illus
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PATENT ANT TRAP.
Is In Fort Worth, and on exhibition and, at
work catchlpg tho red ants in thecouiMiouse
yard, Cull and see It. for yourfcclf. II. K
Vart.whotiusvnttor'iteti Ht, win retnttlR
iZSTm"i;rVmV. - --C"'aTT"- t " - . r . -
9mntvavimvMiWM f.tti' )
,jsf v' - -r wy c
DIRECT ROUTE EAST
2 TRAINS DAILY
wr.Ji jii(?zz'iftpti', rcijr
,-- - NThe DIRECT LIKE
I'lillmim Pnliico Hotel Cnrsriiii tlirotisli - -&&1 -
. ' '
SI. Louis, in SetlnllnDnUy. u
Direct Route West aoS Nortliwest
AT KANSAS CITY, JK"-n(j
Knnstis Colin inln, .Voi levlco nml ('ulllurulu (ail
in it iilth Ihiinsi 'Indus of ull Uiuh.
Ami Ail Points in tlie
ATPUIQDN t'oniipftlon Is mailtM
nts III Kaunas ami .Vbrtt-U. vt .. ' I IVUivi-ixijAol g,JjU U liltliiol
AT rtMAUA Connertloii Is iiuilo Willi
ni uiiiniiri) niu-s Haiti
:MU'S to tlio .Nor
Superior Accommodations 1
FAST TIME !
F. CHANDLER, Omi'I Pass'r Agent.
C. II. KIXXAX, Aw'KJcny l'nss'rAgcn
Pullman Palace Sleeping Oars
ST. LOUIS ASD DALLAS,
Tort WorthEl Paso,
30,000 for- 82.00
Olofee Connccllons nt
Popular Monthly Draving
in 'iiaitr of tiTiUviilo, on
Tuesday, July 31st, 1883.
Thcso diiiwIiiKK octUC oniho lat day o
cnclinonth (Hundayti wswrdPtl 9ltw
mUudlaitlon hy Kt-donil and S'ntf.C""'
hiivo jihiccd thin compniiv bcypml thQ con.
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