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GAZETTE: FOUT WORTH, TEASTUESDAY, JtXY 10.
1 , 'ill' i i'l II I '
3 if, t '.i1
02HE MOSETMM TIE COVETED
HOUSE OE 00KX05S.
XrrT of ih, Aeffcn Teato-dunn
ixrrd'tStantMfe tirrtnc Vp-Cboler
a Hong Kcif-Cnplr-
coHKEcrr jwirrop deaths.
London, Jr &The iilneiy-jx
deaths from chok'ra at Daraletta, for
tyightatiiansurah.one at Alexan
jlna, ulx atSamanond and Mx at Sher
Wri, retried In the Cairo dipath of
last evening, were Ujc fatalities for
fcaturday. 'the numter on Sunday
wm eighty-elghi at Damietta, Blxty
two at Maniairali, nine at Kamanond,
nine at Sherbln and one at Alexan
dria Cairo. Jtilv fTi U rt.rf e.1 Mint a
yacht Is being prepared and wfJI-bel
..v.. jii ICiUJIIICMI IU mhC UJC fiilCUI-kC
cholera making his departure nece
AGINO AT BWATOV.
Hong Kong, July U.The ubolera
Jjai broke out at .S watov and li ragtag
Cairo, July K. At Damletta. there
vere ninety-six deaths from cholera
,. to-day; at 3Ionrah forly-elght, at
Eamanoud six, nix at Hberblno.
UrARVATlOX AT AMI RITA.
Alexandri'i, July 9. Provisions have
given out at Damletta, and the people
starving, a number oj j-.
resident made an atteinot
down the cordon around the town,
and several were wounded.
The lmct correspondent at Alex
andria nays f-everal .European died
there of cholera yerferdfay. The
abattoirs of the city are In u filthy
condition and extremely dangerous to
XATE1U--A private telegram from
Alexandria says fllty-sevcn deaths
from cholera occurred on Monday at
T A 1 LOJtt & 15 A Ull h - , ..., c,. w . ,, ,lm, lnf .,
Tuesday Special Sale, of
'This ireek on Percale Shirts. IVc haTC a good sized lot that wo a,
iat Tee. apiece. They are worth at a low estimate $1.00. We also
'assortment at si and ftl.25. Thcfce are ircsh goods and desirable m
lVe are now entering on the fourth week of our clearing sale. OuVi
FROM 8 A.iL TO 8 P.M.
summer stock is gradually diminishing, and buyers would do welfj
once and examine the bargains we oiler, tiouung (iocs not compvi
gyjstoek--iiot by any means. We "sport" a "dandy" line of mfc
.75! men's inrnisliing goods, sucu'as nanfiKcrcnicis, ues, scans, fanoy
9jiosiery, and other articles too numerous to mention. Underwear for
1.40 'is also a "feature" of our stock. IVe want every one whose eye i
I paragraph (females excepted) to call at their earliest convenience;;
2.00 their hard-earned f shekels ,? in cool raiment. We live only once, a?
97?! as well enjoy our life while it lasts.
lEtosrtxlcix- JExrCG& w ecaLxaesdLity-
"VTTHl LotniX'XJ. to
I SPECIAL SAIE OF &L0VES AND SILK JHTTS NEXT FRIDAY.;
' i . t
Fraislei's to H
r"riirJr i ljtwecn the government forces and
to break ' 1,,e revolution'tsts continue with eon-,
he town jsblcrable lost on both fcldes. Ilef-,
ueecis from lirnsoatne renori tuas
famine reigns in that town.
TICK DKirr JtECO.'XIZKI,
Kan Domingo, June 35. The senat
sanctioned a contract with the national
bank, by -which the government ai-,
knowledges the entire revolutionary I
uc m, ui uic raic VI it H.T ITIIU, unit III-
"SVboJef le and Retail
the tame in the foreign
WASHER & AUGUST-
47 A1TD 49
ifc"rnoi.KLM axd tji b tiik.ty of cxi- ;
CouKtandnonle, Julv 9. A Turco-
XO MBHC'V KOIt ItlOTBKi
Paris, July . In the chamber
run wish oacoc
Loudon, July 0. Even If thequrs-
, tlou of the wind gauge is not mtled
in favor of the American rllle team,
they will have the iine amount of
practice an the EulliI), as they have
been prcenteti with complimentary
tickt-U for all competitions with ail
military rifles that take place prior to
tlje match at Wimbledon. These
tickets entitle the Americans to shoot
free, unless they compete for prizes, in
which case they must enter In the
In the f-ommona Glaibtone in reply
letter front Bradluush announclnit the . deputies, Barotlet, Republican, moved
nli.nIiMi fl( (ilUi- hl f:it in unit., i.ft.i.... , ........ i,.. . U..A ... .1...
any orders, of the hope. C.luditono Uons who took part in the J'urU and
wild the government had proposed tiljrouteau mines riot. Including
method i of meetll)?,' this ditlicnlty, Louise Michel. The minis
whlch had been rejected. Jt now re- j ter of the interior declared
inulned for the houhe to act. orth- himself absolutely opiwied to such a
cote said he regretted the necessity of j projitlon. He saidt would he pos-
jiiuiwiuituiuri niiiiii was iiiu uuiy
of the prime minister, and moved that
Rradlaugh be excluded from the pre
cinct of the house uulil he cmraged
p not 10 (iMiira tiae proceedings.
'. AdtiptHilZS! to an. previous to tak
ing the 'ote Gladstone unci several
other members of tiie eoverrlmelif
wiuulrew from the house. The other
, "-Aui0"l"4ry present voted
that even-tliintr wiw belne: don ini.i
. - . . t . -" it T.t'
A LARGE J.OT OF
e. 5St I I
Till Sell "STon
AfiiD.plvill fviflllilicilill lliiu lu.au fit
pointed to examine into the question ( . , ,nn. , ,.,- , , i
! depot. Tle norte has addressed a note 1 '
1 -. . . . - . .
to wen. Wallace, tne Ainencau minis-
v a-w .. . ,
ter, pointing out that it uotllled him of; XjXaI83?XjiIE3a dJE3LTSi
I... ..I. ....In .i.t.l.iI.j...M.l . ..... .. .1.. ........i
.vi. hiiiiiii:iv:ii ii.iiti if.. ... f
-... ....u....r. .. .... ... ..w.. i
oi commerce w nil America on me eve
ofibj expiratiou, and invited him to
negotiate for the conclusion of a new
j eible to grant amnesty to personsjwho
i nan necn engaged jn civil war, nut
j not to thoie who had committed of
: fenticx in time of peace, the oblect of
which in the ciusiugofa social ri-im:
and the menacing of judges with
death. The motion rejected ZM to
.a KEAK -VO KBVKRISJI.
). tjiiambord paa.d
ana was siikihiv re
Vienna, Jly l). Chambord
"iJ I' "' "'!'. uivbiibiii Ul UllUlcni. .v.riiil. IJ To ,.. ....!.. .l.i.-...
tilatlstoue ileclnml that the govern- mini im uiwy wcuk mis
nient admitted that .ue parrot the rao,nt-B JS im.r j:j: S0Wt
, , "lIf',1I 1,A?" Ar5, I'rohsdorir.JulvS.-Thelltofvomit-
SrSl8.TMme"1', ,a,1,,..,nll,n?fwl ie from which the Count de Cham
,. .. i . !Vy ght y,u!Jer ,t,lu lJeel bord was Hutlering last night, ceased
when time wrveU. Jle declined to' thismorning. The pntientbiB able to
maKenny statement concerning j retain Home nourishment to-duy. It U
tub Hi'i;x canal j possible that the count may be able to
Business, Maying It had not reached ' receive General Chanel te shortly,
a proper atage for discussion. lie as-i iaih imoos I'IUiiiijiaob.
Mired the Jmuse, however, that nothing ' Itome, July 0. Tt has bcun arranged
uuum uu none wunoiiL llie approval of ll,!lliI " uouui i)s 1'atH becomes
parliament. Jle also ihiteil that the I "1U recognized claimant
government had arrniiL'firr.ir n... ,r. ! arch In Krance. hu will
cliase of the "Stdwe"'iH)rtion"of the jtopay hlsrcfjK'ctH to the pope
-fiMiijiiiiiimiii collection, at a cost ofl
45,OdO. L BCBADOB.
The team began praclfcing at Urm-1
blcton to-day. Two terie.4 of prizes aiouB i'iohtino at ouavao.uii..
mi tn Vmirb!Vl,ICh ttn tob(J0lie" , Guayaquil, July V.-'J here lias been
Vl.tl...w.t lltll.. ,.Lnr.t - ........... 1 ""1IIIK'
M. ...... IV AlllIU tWUUtUll UIW ilUUII)
of the nioii-
couie to Rome
.Uili: ftf InraninM Pirntmnliift YnrAAntsrt nrf K1?nonnnnn.
Pollclw lfkued. Teias Jrnlt and Cltj- rroperty bought and sold
flMU. ..UUl IVUK1A WUIIUUUCUC UIICil12.
,- ill'.! Wl !W In nUnw llw. ,iiinrl..im I.m.ki
m'k.if.o' uho the long range to them-r-ffHlvw
at; certain time dur-
ltifr Hut ' .Inn I.. ..i. .. ...
yciteruny were homewliat hampered
at tlie longer ramies by being obliged
to face the south instead of tliedttl'er
ent direction, as at Creedmoor, and by
n hiinild atmosphere. A corresixm
dent jiresent at the practice re
marked that the strangers showed skill
In adopting themselves in a few shots
to these, exceptional conditions, and
their shooting at tho imol targets
where they med Rritish rltlw, is jtt
w5n,ibt',It?? fy crcdllable.
nnr l ii!nbI4,il011 "'" decided
? ",t ,ow h0 American team to
:..- lllllll U.IUl!eS. rnnu .In. .... II..,.
ST. MAllTISSVILLE, LA.
KoclUFcr ArrHtcil A
t ..! I
.. i.i.urunu Luciiiccr ArrHtcil l.r ?lnr-
dr Cruii Uriiort. "
i8iHclal to the Gazette.
j St. Martinsville, La., July u. a
....... ,v luc imine oi jicrtMjrt, an en-
Kineerou the Morgan, Louisiana &
Texas railroad, was arrested Friday in
Nermilllauville, under tho chance of
murder, for the killing of u colored
deaf and dumb man, who was killed
near c,adls station about a month aco
by the Texas train. Jt is reported
that Herbert resisted afreet hv
blieritl Moullon and was shot bv
his deputy, W. Campbell, but the ball
btruck his watch and slipped, and lie
was only slightly wounded. Herbert
ra"'rii iiiiMiiiiTMiir r ikit t im. .... .. i .. i . -... ... -,-
the compl mentary Ucketato il?n m " 'ra""lH ""s i-urJ-.li to-day In
Itary ritlo coiiinctltlnnH wtii Ll 1 V I f. h"re of tvv. '"PtIw. ..The picfim-
AincncaiiH full practice. Tliu AmS: r'i ""U,,,,BUUU W,H ,0K0 l1I:ice
cans entered thcms'.'lvef in ai tiVn
matches, for which the (luaUfte'd Amer
ican team practiced for 1,000 yards
range to-day. The wind was rather
strong, unsteady and tricky. Out ofu
posiible 3.rj, Hludman ami Rabbath
Kore.1 20, J'ollnrd 121, Cash , anU
We nro lmvhi'' (no min.i, mi.. ...
i.tho corn crop Is siitl'ering greatly, but
-.... v.up mu in goou conuition so
Dublin, July . At the ffllgo assizes
to-day fcentences wete parsed on Tansy
ltogerson, Uouichton and Kellev, the
four men found guilty on Saturday of
being implicated in tho murder con
Bpinujy. Tansy Avas sentenced to four
.tecn years penal servitude, Rogerhon
to twelve, Houghton to eight, and
Kelly to two year.
A J'tiAtiUB OP I.OCUSTH,
Havana, July 0. Advle
cnezuela staie that locustn
JH hnvooln many jmrtd of t
try. 'i'l..... i..r..;. i..
-"l! II . "1W IIJICJU-II J.-I
ra , lt Yaicncla, and tho inland
li i ii ' wu" ItItile. In
.....li ii. ""'" "iijjii.m!v. Ill I1U
night all vvgetat Ion In the nelirhbor-
fi7.,,! Z ?..
valleys oftarehH:"" wn W, ,erlUo
ATTI.Bl'J,Al'K ami ,vtv,..
- - - . v a i . li inriiu
w. Accorillng to
A Colored AVomau'. Clm.tlly Vlolato.l
Oiio tiredr Arrtid nmt 11..,
Marelmll, July 0.To-day Mary
Johnson, colored, sworo oiu an i iffi.
vlt against Rafe Davidson and Kimr
Dheemn. elinr,i., i...... ...,.,. ,vu,h
upon her on tlCTi Vr Julf. kX
lHyhUnrrf U;a b,,t ra,rsk5ppV! 1.
Davidson hail a prellmlnarv Irii
hlmovertotlic district raurt lut
m of ?2ofl. All the pa'ure cob
I)Iv!-l(lll Knrvorl. .!.... .!... . .......
nf tin. i;Ti..u 'iT "r"?" win ams
uilt ?m lilclfi(Jrai way removed
Is lieadquartera from LongyJew to
this point to-day. "' J to
i '''.-..,i mm
.i c .. . .. r i
Qi.rii, on u, AnwoiImenU-l Solid v..i-
o . .. ;orT,le"'-uWatf.
Jlellvllle, July .-Senator Chm.!
nil... i,,i ;v.'.; '."."" im cm
,..; i t.,,,,,',ciiw. iio
Bxpenlve I'nii Stone for the Clatktvltlc
Com t-IIou -Church Note.
Special to the Gazette.
Honey Grove, July fl. A negro,
Hoe Slull, got on regular bender .Sun
day evening, took in the town gen
erally, ami was finally caught and
jugged by lh city marshal. This
morning lie waited on the mavorand
was lined In two cases. His 'fun cot
The Methodists are holding a pro
tracted meeting, h Rev. Fuller in
'i'hft fI!,V (HUllK'tl ia 'llnllll. 1-llrirMlc:
Avork for the bencllt of the place.
jium l.i uatiiy neeoeu uere; eroi
are begiuning to suiter from drouth.
Mr. "Wilfon, tho architect, thinks it
probable the new Clarksville court
house will be built of stone from the
Honey Grove quarries.
Three new churches in the citj'iiow,
and the Cumberland Presbvteriaus are
preparing for another one."
The 15elj;ii or Terror Dcijicrmloe Over-
inTliig (iood Clllzeuv-Tlie Governor' Bf-
fort .S(iiire.4 Outluwrr.
Special to llie Gazette.
Little Hook. Art-. .TiiK. O Tin. .
Dancles brothers and Rail Woeher.
Illlt (lnniT!iilnri In llir. nrr,...- ,.r
----- ..,t ,...ww ... fc.. VlllLia l
Montgomery, " ell and Garland coun
ties, ivho liavn !ufn linliliiic tl... t....
tlon in terrorism- mul u'lm iim n-nni.u
since stojiped church service and lead
a warning letter to all present, and
who the week before that assassinated
Nm. Rattan, arc still deiiant, and
threaten open vengeance on all who
interfere with tlumi. Slii.i-in' vi..t.nt
and his demitv returned tn Kff
springs, and said they were unable to
do anything. They found no
encouragement from tho citi
zens of Marble townshin. ko iimr.
oukIiIv terrorized liv t tm ..iit...r.........
got them that they fear to move.
home of them nv.ni cil.) (I,,.,, i... .1
rather pay a line than asssist in their
capture. Many are aiding and ttbet-
niip mo onuaws. uovernor Uerrv
addressed a letter to the sheriHs of the
cuuuues concornen, in which he com-
lll:ill(J-S tlieni tn jirrftif. rim ,l.,.,..i. ..
..i- ..ti i...:..;:;i.. Ti.r ... "u."vo'.'i"uu"
..v .... ..ms. iiu rtys tor lliem t'-
call out the wholo county as a ncsse if
uccesssary, and to arrest any parties
harboring or aiding them. He Kys
the calllni' out of ii minttn u.n..i.i r...
a misfortune and great expense to the
stale, and he refuses to call it out.
1S11C etob PWltllDOEGAlfS OX TEN DOLLABS ($10) 3I0XTHLY PAl
Pianos on $20 Monthly Payments
SEWING MACHINES ON TEN DOLLARS MONTHLY PA1
Call and Learn Our Prices Before Pnrnhasino
WE DEFY COIVIPETITIO
Successors to Kneeland & Harrison.
INSUILUsCE AM) EEAIi ESTATE AGEXCT.
Fire, Lire and Acclden
Taxes rendered end
WHY THE PEOPLE BUY OUR CLOTHING.
The superior shape, fit and finish of our clothing is so appa-j
rent that crentlfimpn mmo fn Q-n Ofi,oii i.il
remark of a well-dressed man :
" THERE GOES A SCHWARTZ SUIT."
Hearing this remark so freauentlxnrtaop thotr innni -rr,-u-'
it mean't, and were informed" that the perfect fit of our gar
ment was so apparent as to form a striking contrast with
those purchased at other houses in our city, and thereby :
immediately recognized as f
.a. oi3rvjR.T:2; stjit. -
We state this as a fact easilv suhstan fin fori ioi, i,l
n o,..t -X- Jt i- - " ""l "uu wciii liiCll;S
uuuuub oi aavenasing is equal to such a reputation. In
tending purchasers will therefor hpar two i ,,,! m ..
invest, be satisfied, and add another to the many admirer of
D. SCHWARTZ & CO.,
Clothiers, Tailors and Gents' Furoishersi
Corner Houston and Secojul Streets.
Laclies5 and. Oenl!
At the Star Shoe Stflt
FORT WORTH. - -
WM. BROWN &
Dialen la e:i kinds ot
m ci'Patf Gf
C. B. DAGGETT, JR.,
ORDERS RBSPECTPUIiY SOLICITED
10G and tOS i Front Street, near Texas & Pacific Denot. !
PRODUCE, PROVISIONS, CIGARS TO
Coi'ner Houston and liivst Stf-qeiJ
A Cultluff AITray Tlio Aj;i;rcior Severe !
lVuiinli;il nuil In Jull.
Hpcclnl to the Gnwiu?.
Colorado, July o.a cutting aflhiy
took iilaoft lif.m io ..i..i.. "i.. ..y.
,...!. ,' - rzv: '" "s " "
oyiuiiviiiiari.oiiovnl between John
unnmoii ami iinrry jrorris. Jjotl!
wore cMif. AinrrU ..-..!, i ... r"
llnV lf the !tor tlilnkuJlkely hi
will recover, r rUnimi ..- i.t..i,'.I.
IllOrililll' liofrirn ':... ,l, itnt ,
lischiirKWl. The testimony showed
fa ow hi Jail, too slok" to Iiava ft trial.
Plenty of rln in thh sectlpli.
A DKMOCUmc 110031.
Amxijmii, .u,l., Carrleilfor the l'lrt Time
Annapolis, July 0. At n nnniMnt
rtMn 2,JJ).f:.C,auUo' Iwooo cin-
lority of W, Tho ilemocratlo candi
date for city oouuBfllnrmtt jt t.i"'.
St .:r,"W J?ocit n.T two Ilc3
i itmiM-ouiieiiinen nre elected. This U
the t wt lime in v u..t.. .!". H
Ar,.u i....... v. r -y rr" "'" mo-
.... uumra uie city. To-nl
they lind a torel. light pn&Malon.
Tho ArJiMilioj,v lloil.
yinnniiaii, July O.-A contlAiim..
JMAXOS AND OKGAXS."
Hoimnl Tnlly'? K.faT.IUh.uent Hea.lnuar
ter for JluU-al Inlruiiienl rfiicl
t i ., Shret .Manic.
In adding musical instruments and
fchcet music to his stock, Mr. Tally
would have the public understand
that he is thoroughly in earnest. Ho
fore ho touched this Hue of sooda 'ev
ery arrangement had been made to
lay them down at this lttce
at the lowest possible rate, and
he propose to give hLs cubtomew the
benefit of h s advuntagw. Tully h"s
now In atook a rtn ninn .....i vi ".'?
as were ever brought tn this state, ami
y?1 to Ule uninitiated, thj
. ' ' ,, ";ivU9 oi pianos and or
h"oUluo.,,u in-luny lories? mofu.
IIIUI1 II11V mill tr, l. ...i. v.t
house iiaabfc-ri.iiiivwi ,i iii..i .."
anew, and in addition to r,i, mV. ,
organs. lu hn .ii.i.wi t....,i.. . i.,"
stock of watchw. clocki; ii?er "ware
uiiij iBwi'irv. ami in. iuiiu,i . ., .i, "" i
... - -- t uii iic.il ill nil inn i.t i.im ...
ii'iiitt , -- m iLiiit:ii iii iiiii iii'finif ii r
" 'NiYsi)oiiirfiiu n t.ii i.. i.i::."- "w . vmuer in tnu-n
. - - c. kiiujii. tioioro mrtrtti!-.. i...' . . . -"
m,.i....i v-bi nuuuio is an-1
A COWBOY'S JUGULAR
Severed by a Uoilge City Mr,har IluHet.
Douge City, Kau., July O.-Thls
evening, about c o'clock a party of live
cowboys, well under the nlluence of
Honor, mntmtr.,1 H,,.: i . "cu.l't- '
on his fcix-hooter. l'wo of the others
tnen conimenced liriug, and it tiS
same tune put pu to their Snle
The city marshal and lib nffiij It
W arrIvl?nd tent a fee sioS
"'",- " aboufc three ln.n-
fel frornhU l, r!? .
Ue made their esc'acroST the bridge
v .VPop. nvestlgatlon it was found S
fi- the i fallen nmu Mas John Ballard
'islreshlnnfrnf tu. t...h .:".,. I,artl.
arrival i"i ...'", lt;rruory. who
tel,s!,. ?. J.ufcr vei 3 "JS
"tan IVIIVII DK'k.Nl m T.ft !... .
....,.. "!' -"! iriL'IKl.',
( Jolm noffmnii, Proprietor,) c Houston St
' FINE FURNISHED ROOMS UP STAIRS.
AT TIIE BAR PAX BE HAD THE
UNJ!iBT WfflES, LIQUORS, BEER, 0I
PG XtT Ja.-i-ra TVT-i a-tl-fc.
BOAZ & RATTl
m. J. "" "im i'J ecu UICIII. licforo nm
nilf Y8ricr-y htP Iwcn raist',, "long the Snted
r...rt i .; w v." fl
mLL III 111(1 MUA l.i.l, JL' ...
jwtl.1- notlsm! rvhl" o hi c;"X
lfehwent will ,nv,nco lll(. ..St1
-VEW OUhlUXS F1KE3IEX
nco.ve ,. pou. u Hup, .
General Commission Merchants in
Cotton. Wool. Hififis. 1
- v ) m rL
A Iflrt si J f T. .
.v.w..,UII, JU,y . ACCOn IlKr n fctltlltlonnl n..i" "'r '"fl'v'a
Illlt'in.a IrviMi IJ,.!... ii... ,,. VO -vi. - ..... ..mtinill UI1S. Urt .-n ... ' ... 1 -.".' " .
- w - i - vi auiaa ii -; ii r i m k ..,.... ivnkkaisai-. ir ---.--. j iiiin ir . i u r rr.n ( At- .. . i. . - - -
willed Willi IJiV 7, oVr'" J'" 3 E "IS?..1 Slu"wl .t0."l ll oxnlinn. , ,V r' ' J' . .' through the
in t hat dlaf Hi.f Pi. ." . " .M'"" r I "" " .",w ",""nicnu and ili ... ;.v."r.'. ' ivu""" ".v 10 1
fiii. oi i . r "--i iuiiiiiiiis ni ,x reiiiiiMii,,.. ij...,.,ii
M..i ii. i - .""j i in it'll.
,,A.. X.r """"v 'J no cotton worm
,v, uuiujj ijreai unniago there.
'fllK IJKVOLUTIO.V 1'JtoaitiaRl.Vfl.
4'ort tni prince, Jluiei.'0.HotUJtlc
iiio iv njfv giimilil l.v .i i .
'"ecelved, Jt i th. ZS2ff
fUKiwiiiou timt a unanln ou8 vVi.V.
will ho cast In th8(Autl Stv for
th amendments. "'wuntiior
---. -l'-yj'M iv3iiii.-jn.eail (lay. to fcfo
ZTS,?1,!:?. 'UM) l'WH.. The .IixU-iH-iideucedavw,,,. ,,,.
i. .Y ',"'.u,:.l,".,t' " "io catafalniirtfnlly.ohservwl M,r..i:". ' . .!.
..... -I.t ." " . ........JiUWUl Llll!
TJiewatlilUrcnUnilly Itpt here.
noil v if, Min?b Ic ,an,,s,j ""II very
?n llw, r H'J'I'1' 'h kales
in the I mud ,tt(eiJ ift,wi-oillM,.ni
jnir. w--. -.. . v v , iw .
OFFICE AND WAPFHruiRE:
Houston and Main Sts., Between I3th and I4ti
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to-night of thoBKo xTC WJSI'H? ;
Asocial on the follouliig k e !
and resolution were luIopteV'"
."Whereas. InthniiW ..- . '
nervous i.;... i":" '"-.. nnin i
U 'ati :,,,. f, "I"- wKing laruol
acres. I A t-i.i.. i." .. ..'"'" "r eccurrlinn tik...i .Z 1
wii mini iifirir-ji iii ii.i, .. . '---r -vj aii vHi'iLKmnVn
and In or- nflomen. BasgiiSlS "TiB?nS?iV omenta, and carcral atUntion rW ?.
nnnitt .r ii... dU uu Naiinn TV anu Tlei Wool oacks nud Twin fiimiihwi nn rupU
--..vut tui; -- "i. ...... . ..
A L.sw.l.i.l.... .
..,.. m ... fu jii.iut.-il on nig
In thecnUiedral to-morrow.
Tennessee lias u'en ty-iive eonm.r
v a &vTn a "nnunlyield of aesV
' 30W,0 iwund'j of copper.
fi year than lU.Xce"
rJ.ne ,xaml of counterfeiter
v.uiLiv iiiriirr iiri
ixnns, or otner water craft Vi
muterfelter M'ere pay, wl vage or cot8 of any k'hwV ll
and c?):arsa to w&ellwctl that tliis actlS will out i,
end o salvage clainy at tills noft au
JJipcclally jiiliij.tp.1 to Eallroad. Insurance. BanVlnB- nd
vuuuaBrcuu unites, ttlilu fromltoi.... V.i.r,:...mr snull '
vncrnn otiu.itiMif i.i-r.':'"'i"V"i;'-i,:.7..
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