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A nice HOfsE
snd on ny term.
ASMl IIT KOxl.V) OK
Will bcold MA harirnln .
Vi:MP4b.VV MOHStXO .1 iri.Y
.i,iDrt,f2eS.l,""4ef U' hPJ will be In.
tufrtion, ev word to tha line. No dr-
A?i.rfiiw ".S?!1!1 or friend; U ens
wlia vJtltnk,m of-inn,. 4motk let W
nR?m: Tha' jsr,cate thl omw.
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?C)t HA1X AT A lIABGAIN-HUrK, ." "W'V "' ""
nnd Ml. IW'. in lui-Kcra .viuiiiiin, me Cliy. . .
ICCXVI WMi nu unruuucrj-iii J"". ' r, -iririilfrdnn of UttlVWlOn 3 l"
ionM worth tlieprleo niXct for hou And J. L. iHIUtlieion Oi mum
it, TBWHIStBWBVlw. lllCCIiy. i- . .
W. O. F. Wilkin of LongVicw is in
-,-ir ui.rAn niiwini f-nUuffn or nve
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room on corner or nun inu i-miinrunc cny.
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mriroi: inrawfMitiiN j'wipw -vi ,
hlxhlr improved Wltlucnuc and iiruubcrr.
Apply I" Tcxiw invfcilinenl tympany.
HAT.ie.Ntce mtixk HorsK OF
fniif- nvnlii nml In! lUXTtf feet. Oil 1 Ct
H rt urt'Ct. Very low for rttl.
1KI.ii isvtnrsfcjn .
HAf.ll-ONB KIX-hOOJI HutSK
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d,W,ottthofT. P. lUilwny, at n trreat
tarsia Air cmU Uww... AumWOfc
WANTKIA KJItHT-CkAKH COOK.VNI.I.
ii ijuj- koiii wttjet. otii W on cxpr
en wJ cools iit) nntiiy. full on W. I'. UlBer,
Ut too l'lnr.a iloiini'.
WAWriiD-llOAHl) AM l.lOI'0.
1710H l'AMII.Y HP MIX. Till TWO PCUi-
Jj nuliva-roomi, cr wlieru litl rail boj
JUlllll,U. AUIirM Mm Care I". M. 1",wv
v yqun'o jiuu KtrKsiHin:iuM)M,
i ronvenifciii to iiunncwt (Kinion i i".
will imy'iU tor good room, VWrcM A., OA
HxrAKTiTri-A, vin'J.r " VrnNlSiiBi)
V1 riMim lor two vounir cnntlcmcil. ,MUl
l)oirinV(iiiltnt to liiulticn. Add res !.
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,a kick. injuMm:i hoom. oiihmam.
IK fumlilicd Iioum; Uy genlleiniin nml wife.
itrtHM. AND ilOAUI)
H!nwcMiinn nnuwiic, ciijw
uiiiiinei pari orilioeuy, AUiirt, r. w.
llvliva Hlnulu coiitk'liinn: IjmvjIIiiii liear
hi-cimd iutd lloiMlou treol. AddrcAdK. I.
NF.OU TWO JIOCKINO I MIUW, KJJ.
IflKCrif. AUdlWMif r. it. mix mi""" "
noil HAIJV-HI.AMC DUKIW U'lTil VKS-
K I nil il Jul n t nek n o w I.nJ cn t.
rOHT-A CHIUW WIIITR HI'N IIONNBT
lilnildedmid riilllcd, In ,tlii w.tori imrl
in tli""iiv. Finder Will l.cno Icuvo ul tbo
T 08T-A CBUTIFJOATB OF iKIJOHlT, IH
liHUHliiy tlu Cliy NiiitoiiHl I'mik or Fori
Vi 1 , XnXvk. dated JunoWd, Wl.forJlW,
iniynblo to iolrn ltotlil. All insrwoim r
iieniby wnriitd i(iiliit inircliijiinsorneKn--iitliiaUieHHiiio,
tin jxtyinont ha bcn or-
mil HKipi1"" """ ! HI t 112-2 - -
WANTi:l--SIA Mi IIBI-F,
rnwo' ok Tiinr.i: opoi) mikiam'h,
i Nolo mherncod n J'II-. A KcUlex
I'l'u ijtiic .Mill.
Vi!orl'.W per day nnd Mtndy work.
JAM. Hi:ANI.AN, DAI.
Irt'ClllK HOMO I1IUHOIIH
171IITV HTONIvCVRrBiw ami iirij
11lVOM. T 113 HIS IUl wKm ipuiu. I'J
nviirv Hniiinmv iiiunv. iu i
low, Foil WorUi.
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lllll' 11 DIIICU OI IHlli v"i i-w.. .,.,-
rAKTII-TWO BTBAHY Hnir.Il yuv.
iuririi;ers, appu n "
fANTill)-0001) WIl.TIi WOMA.N TO
f( toil lOiauH'inmiui uiiitiiiui-i i..
WATF.nUNI.MrHUlvU IAU- '1'iutir
.iiiMv'rKAW, orhoiinij und.liil nut. ovur
oil bloolt of lli liiiNiia-HS imrt
Toxim invcfttuiont Co.
JnhnO. Ifunfcrof Daliat is doing
L,. C. Huilson of Florence. A!n is a
giicst al Kl r90 Hotol.
A. . GoocbnmlJJ. MilialovltcJi of
! Cincinnati arc In the city.
; L. H. Smith of IK'tiver is ttrkfiig In
i tlio nllit.H of tlio U.i town.
A. J. Ik'li ntid fotutly of Conicanai
are guests at Kl Fair Hotel.
iioocri inuuroi. iiiu Jinriou luumj,
TIIK OITV FATUKKS.
IUBttr. Monthly MrfUmf-A r,onir .Orntlon
mid !Vlit wn Iloiie.
Tiic ciU council met in regular ses
sion ltwt nittlit. Present, Mayor
HirtlthamiafuTl loarl of nlik'ntien.
The city K-crctary ww luitlrticled (o
ivatl tlio reports of cominlttei-s. Jte
iwrt read. On motion C. V. Hiattery
was allowed 51.1SU2 for work on t he
sewers. The rciort recoiniijendt'd the
tiiirnient taMlnttery of $70.J0, amount
exJMjiideiibyJiimln lcmovlng aewer-
nirn l)l!)f iroill iirei iiiiii;u wi
'- i -i -' ir .,
l.-OH HAI.B-AN KLIiOAXT UTTI.B
H i....-.. -. .AMti.K nn T Ainr4 hMt !fit
i- jiwuw mhi iimiwuM .. , t V.I I t tit J ., ..1Mf.
itwclty. ta1vwmitCo. - w 3I yve(l rtn1 v. D. hotter
lS. tfwpni.'.Mo.. tre In the city.
MillS AM) Ihii5. m it. Mini. thA Archer county cattle
m. -- -- -.-T -- -- i
ncnicr, is in ine city.
Cjioi.kis.v has got down to rtgular
work in Cairo.
TitB New York Jtomhl think the
tvlegraphcr-) domatnls nre unrcn-
Tiif French will not begin opera
tions in Tomiuin heforu tho end of
Db LfSflKPa says in efi'ect that he,
doesn't care a tinker's big D whether
England keeps faith with him or not.
Ho Is able to paddle his own canoe in
his own Sue canal.
Jah. F. IJiiious, one of the candi
dates for United Statw senator from
Now Hampshire, aired hU war record
in tho caucus yesterday. Tie was
unanimously nwiultted of tho charge
of cowardice made by the National
Tin: crrv nriB.
n nil crownnl
With ilonlo ornlruw or felt,
A brow of miov,
mid my eye that
glow'nnd melt irlih lorn
orordor never frit.
l.uro bfnrdlr chin
wllh dlmpltM In;
n o 4pClt
but wreck I umko
of Indium huartfl I know.
Thin rimnly bri-nut bonoath
ity vent tho Hothler's lrlll
dotliHhow.iiK lltorlnis plumy
jicirfMick In, I imuli wlion-
or J uoj with ihilnty
ihCL'lru hfKiillo. I'll
whnre 'er l o; nnd mi 'IU
u Jaunty cunc makex up my
u.i uown (imin-vi ine mines
Him ri mo wmi a
h Mender wnlxt Jut
novor itrnced; inyliobtall
llko lmty !;oal n, 1
go iy to ovory yo
rovyulu to view to
nil or row tlio tu
ii MS of my patiU;
rv ouio niy ic)
w ii i c ii in on
(to wcl I
i o iny
! O lit
A. W. Killough, oneoftheprlnciiral
merchants of Aurora, is in town to
day. L. C. Sparkmnn, county attorney of
wiro county, was in ine city
Jullu 1. Ayrcs and A.
are registered at Kl l'ao
Jir. F. Hofer, a genial
tourist, hailing from New
In luo city.
Georgo J. Simmons, onoof the prom
inent stockmen of Texas, spent yester
day in the city.
MeaM-s. Paul Horthohl nnd ,Thn
Simmons of Weatlierford chewed tlielr
hash in the Fort yesterday.
C. F. Ikard ami Mrs. K. F, lkard
nnd family are rceUtercd at the Man
sion Hotel from Henrietta.
George Cramner. foreman of the
Harrold ,t Ikard ranch, ran down on
the rort v ortn &. ueuver lust even
ing. Mrs. Joseph Loving of Weatherford
arrived in the city yesterday and will
be found by her friends at the Mansion
J. 15. Tucker of this city left yester
day morning for Helton, where lie
goes to visit friends and recuperate his
Mr. Harry l'atton, a promising
young lawyer irom (jienurno, was in
the city yesterday and made the Ga-
Zr.TTK a pleasant call.
S. G. Criner, city marshal of the
thriving little city of C'leburno, was
in tho city yesterday. Ho went west
to Sweetwater last night.
J. . Stephens, passenger agent of
tlio :SnHhviU A; C hattanooira railroad
with headquarters at Dallas, is taking
Wi.v-uH in another nine.'
I . . p. il.n. . t t. i. ri kAttilnnill
'1 110 removal sOI llici"!".' nnoiciiuvivu
necesary Itr the owner of tho
ground leaKliig it. Tho matter win
M. l KhowIk asked for 03 com
pensation for the loss of a horse killed
by falling In a sewer trench. Tho
matter was taken up and discussed ut
of," length. Aldermen Askew and An
drews agreeu mat eiiner otaiiorj- or
the city was responsible, and the claim
would have to bo paid by one or the
other. On motion it was referred to
the city attorney.
John Dickey presented a claim for
S1G for haulinc water to tho Mo. l
hospital tents kouth of the city. Itc-
lor itiriiier ex-
last , furmi back to Dickey
! The follow
n 1 r 1
a n u l r 1
ni a 7. y.
ortniild or prtrla
ery out and nioul
a a wllh
or In tlio
I ivi part
in 1 n if
t h a fi
aro in y
Oil If so
oh what a dudo!
,A NUNI.Ml'ltOVBDI.OT WOllTII AUDIT
Jt 8.V)Jorlcj,or hmmxtnd lot worth SI, (
or lm nnd not ovur ton lilockH from Imilnuns
lort of thi) city,
Tchuh tnvf fctiuoiit Company.
k . A., ill iiiw.j.jiajr.r.vr zzzzzsr
Woo Prontlxn, typuKraphlwit nrtlist.J
l.lOlt HA '.B-ll AVISO DOTF.HMl.N'KI TO
I' uultlhn liiuibor biiHlnom, now oifrr all
juy niuch Inn lmr at hUImii dothiri por thou
miiiil', and uvi) yihlimolKu al proportionately
low prlcii for i nth, Will Mill tho wlmlo utocu
Ill-hulk in nilyoim w uhlnx ' Ko Into tho
huMuuM at a Krcalbarain. Y. II. Atdrhti;e.
K-'Oll HKST-HMAI.l. DWKbldA'O IHIPHK
I: on Flrft htrrnt, in kikmI nilKbbrhooii, at
. low rout, or
will Mil -r Icii.to for oiio yi'ar
I'K.TAH INVIsntKNT t'o.
roit hai.i; on i'ou ai:.sr.
mini ht. i.otrm hoimf, ntkau union
A No, 1 lmnlntih.
A Fair Texas JranliU'.
A young woman about '2ii years of
ago with n Spanish east of coimtcn-
mivuiuiu u imiroi utiHiung uiavlt eves
miummiiiiu uiu meo in ine lair
nOll SAt.B-IIV) ACIUCH oF LAND ON
I' Itoolt rc'lc, fotiriwu mtloi tail of Foil
worth, fouc'd with wijftr puMtJi mid In lm
finiNiird with iNirnou wiro; i!iiiiy iipitm in
nitlllv.itlnut dwelling limine, criuinry, do.
Af lot Smi-uld to imrtitlim n omutn. ToriiiM
oiixy, Ajiply to .1. I.. 1) I-owdor. oxi-ciitor,
Cinldo Clrovo; or, J, IU srott, Fort Worth.
NiTi.AlioiiNTi"y , liuicic HTOUK
liiHwo, well mid dcxtrubly located, tuiiu
rorstoprtr iiumtn, Aluoono nice roMunr,
nvo looma, with kltidufii-uurdon, frull trccn,
umpo, &o., on Ansllu atrufl, tlio .most duxlr
nbhuocauouiuoicimrnu. Apply to J. F,
Jlonry, (Jlnlainu", Tox,
TOR HAl.KtAK KT.KCIANT'NRW IlUTHIt
, t-iiiiiMtut iiiriimui'u, t
IlH'tltlHt In (IomIiiii.
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nun iioimkii oiiuiiuiii miiiiii:m. uiiii-iHiii riwu
mid imtunco on oaty Ivnim, Toxni Iiivvni
iiibntrn. A'si'l.liNJIIl) FASIII.V IIOKSli FllltSAI.i:.
GOOU ItOADHTKH, I'BIll'iaTI.V HAFIi
for family into j ulo cood wotlcr oliln-r
in ti indoor doubht harni;iihoiii lf,u iminiR
,.,..,.. ':....., .... .. i .'.:.:,:.'-.'.. ':.-
iii;u, nuiuirt iizf u
tnilliH, Apply at uatctoi
OOU.NTUY l'llOI'liUTV J'tm SAI.K,
-"T1 ' - II Ut.lil IITUII.III. m..r.l . ,.,. ,,. ,, .
nail HAMC-IMIMIOVBI) FAIIM OF Ml
,!. nflrcn, ii iniiiunnrllteiwi of cily; will
imdo for ully proicrty,
Jll ITailltvlll. V.,ri
Apply to tUu'hiMM,
est Hcnorlta lu Castile, was sent to the
City Hospital yohlcidiiy as an insane
pnlieiitnnd will be tuUeu to-dav by
Irlends to her former homo at Gnlves
Jon, lex, At tho dlfpeuwiry she gave
her name, as Inez Meadow, or Madeor,
bom at sea, a telegraph operator by oc
cupation, and that she had recently
lived at (ho Hotel Hunt, corner Ninth
and Chestnut streets. She talked very
wildly and incoherently, and when at
the hospital persistently quoted par
ages of poetry and dilated at length on
tho literary hcutitlcM to lm found in
AiigiiHtn Kviuih, novels, particularly
In St. Khun. Inquiry at the Hole!
Hunt, however rovenloil tlio rant n.t
MhvH Meadow had ivfontlvlinnii .,,,,.,!,,,.
ed (lioronsiichiiniDeriuald, coming to
mo iiotot iiDout a month ago in answer
loan advertisement. She was given
employniont and proved reasonably
Itiduatrioiis, but acted so strangely at
times and seemed to have so lost' her
memory , that tho employe soon oanui
o regard her m a crank. Addltioiml
.iAViryi lMto H.yjuiic lady's antece
dents hIho revealed tho fact Unit she
h tho samo young woman who one
i git itWai n year ago iiuitoconipluto
parallzpil a young drug clerk on 01
H' nenr l-ourteenth street, by ringlnr
h mlilnluht bull and appearing before
Mm cuaWmhllle. Soon after that es
t'apo she was sent to tho insane Afty
Imii, from which lus-tltution she was
tlisiihurgi'd lust October,
Cautrell t Ijlllnrdaro preiiaretl to do
all kinds ot .engraving, such ns mono
grams, iBiuhcape, raised, plain and
in the city. He Is one of the most
genial and jolly of the railroaders nnd
alwajw tliuls a hearty welcomo in the
The GA.i.TTKoilIce was visited yes
terday by Mm. S. JJ, lhiriieltnceoiupa
nled by Miss Love Wheeler, a young
lady from Florida, who Is vi.Mtlng
Capt. iioyd. The ladies examined the
machlnory or tho finest printing estab
lishment In the state.
Mr. John T). Smith, for ronio time
past connected with the freight nillce
of the Toxin & Pacillcroad in this city,
has resigned ids position and will re
tire to his future home in Jedeison,
where he proposes to rest qnlelly for
tlio remainder of his days,
r MrA: Tl fltowrt nml family of
Lost Valley, Jack county, who have
been spending a few days in tho Fort,
guest.1 of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Monro
left (his morninjf for Mlnnessota to bo
gone three or four weeks. Tho best
wisncfl oi me ua.i:ttk go with them.
Tho many friends of Mrs, J5. K.
FodloJ, tin. wife of (ho popular ticket
agent of the Santa Fo road In tills city
will bo triad to learn tlmt vln fu l ii.,',
city and will remain for several weeks
Mr. Foidick and wife can be found at
the residence of It. E. Montgomery In
tho west end of town.
Mr. O'llrion Mojre, for some time
past city editor of tlio O.vzirm:, has
severed his connection with this paper
and left for Galveston yesterday
morning. Ills departure is sincerely
regretted by his, late co-IabmeiM who
will ever retain a pleasing remem
brance of his connection with this
oi lee. Air. Moore, with his engaging
m dress, will always make frleiuV hut
iin unci none who more thoroughly
...i imuim inn good quillllles 01 IlClllI
and heart than his old comrades of the
U.v.iriTi: olllce, wlio unite in an earn
est wish for ifcia future prosperity and
in tlie comb nt Spencer
x ItttAirTIKIfii I.ITTI.l.! lii..ni. (ivi v
J ono niuln half ndlM hum Fort )rth,of
nbouUorty ncrori, nil . onrWd and miimiilol
lornxarneil larin. nwoni. iivunr tiprink's,
nlca i!Oltnt!0 or six f onnii, bnrn,ititiiu, out
Iiouhoh, etc. A iinnt dvnlrabli) tiinru, part
cimh and tho haltvneo on Uiiiu. Txm invct.
juont '"inijajny,, r
17011 HvI.B OH TllAOir.-IMACUBK US,
V ImpniMid ilnoBrnxlnir land In Tarnmi
enunty, unvnu inlU'n wt of, lort Worth
AV11I taucelly proporly In cxoImuko. Tu
Texas Chill Syrup is certain destruo
lion to eldlls. For salo by Dashwood
01 VV I'ltOl'liltTV,
I! of block IT, Tujkoi'n addition,! OslWi.wcll
loured, bemiimil eotinso or llnvo.moiiuHs
II, t'holcii Mutdo nnd fruit tiwn, nloo ulirub-
Fitrprico nml loriua apply tollntchlnnA
Kounoa, rriil etntim(iiiis, o.1.hllutreol,
or to iho owuor on tho plat-o.
nioii " " h a i.i:VA t" v nt, ni'A t Ntiss lot
J! on Main Hired, In liutlacwi imrt of city,
will bo olil ehvap for clt. 'luxan lavevl'
A0H KA1.P.-A HFI.KNOIl), I.A1U1M TWO
Ktorv hoUHa wllh oluht rooiuitaud nur-
rounilivl l,v liurrliHur NltUlUod III onnof lh
iiuwi tU'atuililo parti of tho city, wllh wnior
In huuno mm yaid. Aim lino lot of shrill,
bury nnd Itcrmtida Km, Iron foiiw nnd oth
px viiluabhi tmiirovcmont. Purl eaUi unit
imluiicui) loin; iliee. Tuxa Invvaiinunl l"o.
Aiouu ,c,ded In llioboiit portion ortlm
hw mli111.'1 ,nrHilictl In ivry iwrileumr. A
VMtHwntcl!f,,og ',,u,l,ll,","',l '" la-
S5,000 city property, paying Super
cent in rents, will bo sold on easy
terms, Texas Investment Co.
?r' !?;. Lt Ciu7 (,f K,,"'i 'iVxiw,
wys: "Ilrown'a Iron Hitters liermui
madly cured mo of ilyspepsla.'
lro.ulthS HcnlthJI llculih!!!
,t mOI;) wfolina oouph and liron
clitla Inimedlatoly relieved by Shlloh's
Curo. bold by L. N. Jlrunswlg
A fresh lotof Stundard ltoyal jmtent
Hour Just, received at Spencer & Tuck
For tho largestschooners of Anthony
k Ktinii's le.o cold beer go to Gay &
Mayer, on Houston street.
Counter and shelving for nnlo chcaj)
at Spencer vt Tucker's.
Magnolln hams and breakfast bacon
at Combs, J end it Cos.
iVhi1V.09.t ,u,,1(,liy i town at Combs,
Head it Co's, '
Jiifct i-eceived jit Spencer t Tuoker's
a fresh lot of limbo rgor vliVTy.
Whole roast chicken in jelly, bosnle
prunes , the llnest hi tho .nnrket, Mar-
i...ni- iiiiivjuii;u, u (-00 tig hovertp'c
,.,.' .. '," ""i,l" i" lomonaue,
llmrber breakfast bamp, Thurber
cooked oat meal, Uordeaiix peas, coinb
honey In glass Jars, grated pine app is
and other goods at Combs, Wd Co.
Tlio finest pure, uncolored Japan
tea at Combs, Head it Co. l
Dan Hightower, foremnn of the
grand Jury at the recent, term of e
d strict court, becamo embroiled inn
it lulty with another man tSm "
Held, a few days ago, which resulted in
ft -slugging match. Mr. Hig ,iwer
says that ho did not mind pay gtho
. .!-. ilv ,ui nis money's worth of
P. Walker! The following resolution was then
Hotel from , read by the city secretary:
Kesolved, That the committee on
commercial i schools and , public buildings be in
Oi leans, is j fitructed to immediately have prepared
plans and advertise for bids lor build
ing school houses In the First and Sec
ond wards, and one for colored child
ren near the Sautn Fo depot, and if
suitable bids aro received to at once
close the contract, in order that the
buildings may be completed by Sep
Signed Haymaker and Klser.
Jteporls of the city secretary, Stuart
Harrison, and account current of W.
M. J tea. city marshal, from June 10 to
July 0, and report of U.K. Zuaddox,
city assessor and collector, from May 1
to June 1, were read and referred to
Police report of W. M. Ilea, from
June 10 to July 9, was received and re
ferred to police committee.
Alderman Klser tendered his resig
nation as a member of the finance com-
mittee. On motion it was laid on tho
A petition signed by II. C. Hollo
way, Sam. Seaton, A. M. Jiritton,
J no. Nichols, Znuc Cetti and a number
of others, was received and read by tho
city .secretary. It set forth Unit peti
tioners were informed that It is the in
tention of the council not to have that
portion of Houston, formerly partially
macadamised, worked upon at pres
ent, and to leave lt In its present state.
To this they respectfully, but firmly,
object, and petition the council to
have the upper portion of Houston
street macadamized the fame as Main
street. Itefcrred to committee on .streets,
alleys and side-walks.
A communication was received and
read from J. JL Brown, secretary oi
tho school board, urging upon
tho council the necessity
of appointing a superintendent
oi me puniic senoois unci recommend
ing Prof. Hogg. The motion wan taken
up and ilKus?ed nt Kreat length by
the council. The advisability or the
imnied ate appoinlmenlgof u superln
lentlont was urged, as it is his duty to
examine applicants for positions ai
teachers in tho schools and their ex
amination as soon as possible is an
argument in favor of ids immediate
Resolutions were presented by Al
dermen Askew and Haymaker rela
tive to the building of so Were In the
lower part of the city. Adopted.
The following resolution was then
read by the Micretary:
Jlexolvctl. That till) nronnr nfUwmi
of the T, ,t P. raihoad conimnv iJr,,.
quired to build eidewallison both sides
oi Alain street, from tho rnllro.-id m
south side of reservation, to be not less
than eight feet wide and made of grav
el, under the supervision of the city
rsignedl irii-i.-rjv i
Following the reading of the above
Alderman Andrews presented the res
Resolved,. Tina the citv attorney be
instructed to notify the .Missouri Paei
ilc Railway company that the city or
bort Worth, requires that the said
company shall Immediately grade and
llx the crossing on First street and
wmi ne report 10 the council their re
ply to the same.
(Signed) . ANimuwi.
rJh? M1 ?f lho clt' Physician,
Dr. L. II .Slimier, was received and
tiled. 1'ollowlng this was an in-
i 'V i Vutvor.v wm" debateasto the
....wwiuiiiiv in increasing j;r..siauter's
salary. Alderman Hiekey advocated It
very strongly, but the matter did not.
crmc to a vote.
Alderman Andrews presented a res
olution instnietiiur the dty nttorney
to take legal steps lor the condemna
tion and nnpm.-eniontnf tin. ... i
east of Pecan street, and report to the
next meet ingofthe council. Onmotibu
the rc-olullou witsadopted.
A petition from F. Thnma and oth
ers, was received and read. The netl
tion bet forth that the neighbor! ood
known as Hell's Jlalf-ncre. Ian dlsgraoo
to the city and should bo demolished.
ft lit! Itkt41il ! I t,i .... .(I A
...... .,...,iu wmi. wiu council una some
action in regard to the matter. On
motion it wu referred to the city nt.
tomey and marshal. J
,AA1,l,or".M,11Elsieroll,ert'il a resolution
Kngneer lerryboraised to $iw ,)L.r
mouth. Defeated. l
On motion of Alderman Andrews
a drain w; ordered jhU in across
Second street on Pecan.
Alderman Hiekey ollVrtnl a rcsolu-
ii ,l".7L'a,, M' "nty of Citv
Piiyslchni Slauter to So Vr .m,iV,
Which went into effect on July 1st, makes a reduction of onllrnJ
per cent, on the following list of goods, but I have marked JsSJ!
tii v r.fin nfir r.cmr... nreiernu uu xiiouu uixo isauo Buuarav Tm "ji
lowing goods ten per cent, cheaper than I have ever sold th0?
anlfl hv flrw ipcrit.imate merchant. The line comnrisea w
SiLKS AND SATINS,
Jk.T-lLM IZJES "XaiZTJil QrO
White Linen Lawns, India Mulls and Irene u Lawns, Laco&wl
Ovcr-di'csses, Fine Laces and Embroideries, Silk Laco. lipi
Fichus, Irish Linens, Table Linens and Kaplans, Etc. Ml
Trusting that the public will appreciate my effort to meet '
rtjuuuoiuu ui uctiiii uuiitea, puu. ouau ww Luay auun xiciVO a SulU gTeatftr
artr -arViir!-! iznn mn.ir nrvn.cn rlpr nf ctmnll imnrrf.anfo in rn-wir,;. - .
a aincrlo nvf.ip.lo if. tjtiII n.mminf. f.n millinnn m f.Vio ho,orrcnrtQ-i nt v "fl
. u.toi , uxww, w .. -ww-.w ww -..awuw .i uj.w "6511goijrj, lTUhr. !
1EZ C?M S3 "V L. Sii&
FOIt CHLTKL TKEAT31EXT.
I tho Croiind Upon Which AV. II. Sluehler
Claim n Divorce.
Acutlous imper was filed in the
olllce of the district clerk, yesterday.
It is a petition in a suit for divorce, In
stituted by W. H. Muehler. In this
case the usual order ot things i? re
versed. The document sets forth the
plaintiff wus murried to the defendant
in August 18S0, and since that timo up
to July 15. 1&S3, they have lived to
gether and that plnintlM" has always
proved an afl'octionate husband to the
defendant. It furtliersays that the de
fendant has proved an unfaithful wife
and frequently showed tlio most vio
lent anger towards plaintiff without
the slightest provocation. And now
the strange part of tills curious docu
ment coiik's in. It is claimed that the
pltdntili'ij entitled to a divorce on the
ground oi' cruel treatment, and slates
thut on July the loth, 16SU, in the pres
ence of n number of witnesses, defend
ant struck jilaintiir several blows with
a horse whip, and called him sundry
vile names; for, and by which good
and cogent reasons, plaintiff prays the
court to giant him a divorce. And yet
they will get married.
Positively the hist mouth? sales at a
sacrifice at the People's Clothing
House, 13 Main street.
The city board of equalization, com
posed of C. C. Cummings, G. Nance
and Dan. Parker, were in session yes
terday In the ollico of the county as
sessor and collector. The board will
probably remain in session for several
days and all who are interested in
their proceedings will do well to bear
this in mind.
THE BEE LIKE ROlJTfi,
TO EASTERN CITIES AND SUMMER
Have a mil supply of the above Pipe on hand, ami are prenamdJ-l
that line. ""W.wijjil
Work Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction and P&l
411 I.Ik.1 ftlfTTITir'n 1lMltr G
4114 iuuui ui iuu.tiiji.iu uit.iv iinnrflni.. .i t
'.' i J143
At the Foot of Main Street, near
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
Mrs. Wellio Clark. Proprfatrsm
EXCLUSIVE DEALER IN
No. 24 MAIN ST., FORT WORTH, TEX
t-. --. , n.. , . I, . ..
h iinrSS S-iiVf ZSl.iX?ii:iT.? "?"ieo 1 our enswaert
, .. ..,... .....,.,,. ,u.i, mmuu iiu noiuica irin of
Kxpcrlunri'd Tr.twjlcm Claim tlmt for Siiln-
Our readers wlio mav hecontem-
lilating a trip to Indianapolis, Cleve
land, Kullalo, New York or Boston,
would do well to investigate the ad
vantages of the inducements ofll-red
"y mis line berore selecting their
Through cars are run from St. Louis
to points named above and no line
makes better time than the Dec line.
Excursion rates to Niagara Falls
are now on sale at all principal polnu
in 'lexas, by this lino at reduced
Wo learn that Mr. J. J. Chew,
tiexet airent al tlii fiiv i.. ., r.,n
llii"? of Dee line trckels, 'in fact all
ticket agents sell tickets over this noii
uiarllne. ' l
.1 uat ask your ticket agent whaiiabout
the Bee line and you will receive full
i a. .
Tlio members and friends of St. An
drew's Episcopal church are cordJolly
invited toattendtiielr monthly meet
ng Thursduy evening July "lOth, at
the residence of G. M. Steen on West
Hrat street, between Taylor and La
GERMANIA OIETR,A. IIOl!
Thuvsflay, July 19tli3 Friday 20tli, and Siii
TYEOLEAN NATIONAL CONCERT COVED
TYROr,12U SiENGEIt GlMEMCHAPnMKi
Appearing' in tho famous Mountain Sonss nnd VnrhUii"s
tlonal Costumw as worn In tho Tyrol ."lounnun " "lie:
MUbT POPULAR SONGS OF THE LEADING
Tlicv will hh
Tho Whole to Conclude With tho Humorous Scene,
Hit tho Popular Tnto
LN THE COUXUts."
:s Is Gratlf-lfiganJX'.
TIIK KCHO lS'Jv
Tho Ij-ort Worth Base Ball assoeia
.ton will send Its first nine, tho 13ny-
6V" ..: , .'J1' l ' pniy i no jsrown
nnd Our Sticccs
Full to Htrur
SON'fi i , -
r ..-..f c.-,..-.
lmTi ,Vi X.V.r' r.1.,? " JiucMiwuKinot miss thin rnhiuo PcrformMoe.
- "" "-'' ;-"" rngai;emunlori'l-io WeeKs nt GalvcnwnWyea t
A CHANCE OF PROCRAMMP ciru cVBttn.
PIUCK OI ADMISSION': 7,1 and Ml f.m. u... o. ... n.WiWni
, rt. . ---. ..-. ..r. ., .VLll.f ill ..,,. m,,wm
p. in P.nn, concert beflnyatSp. in. CarrIipir8!V
- ' , , ... JKl'COI
Jloir It I Going
at it) o'clock
. 7 ii B i '""rstiay.MiKl It shoiwl
hat ,,1 who can, will be present in
Dallas to witness tho game, and "
i ue train will lo-iv., i., if..ii....
' i 1'iiiu tiiiififiia
..;".",; "' niUA ehirning leave Dalbs
... ..ou j,. in., uie same lny.
and hngineer Terry tn$l)permon
A severance was made when Alder
man ! Ier, who had voted with iji,
miner coats from .; ,,,, .., ,i. .
People's Clothing House, it ainlii
hiifer tliiui a Hank.
Athens (On.) Jlunnt irJ
j -t - i viivrr.
Jrdispepuinmui Vvr complaint
you have a nrlnfctl guarauteo on every
bottloofshlloh'a Htallzer. It never
gig to euro. Sold by I,. N. BrU. swig
niJS oo1' ww,ft, wer direct from the
north pole and pure fruit syrups nt
Dicliwood & KlngSi drugstoie.
);ki;i lirilltH llm fall,,,.!,,,. ... .Y,V. !
"go.when theOeoivvla nm,i "f.f.r.'T kno v.n as the
oil In f'.i.in.l. I... i".i ...'"' ullll"MVl)lll UAHt
.... ... ..,,,, i. .ii; ii:,!, ui, u ,., ,,.
Augusta for a bill u('
rff , fronl, In
.Mll.f iiA knl.l ll. , '
foxnn InvcMineiit lVniiany.
uuvim iiiiii iuiuv.,,1
urotigu uuiielsyllle, where lie was to
bejoluwl by another merchant After
supper hi. h end was lxIllg . r 0r
trip, and taking H blblotlown from lie
Hhelf, proccrtlwl to extn.et sB i
ItlllM Itlfkl !...... At T --"" 1
Notice to the Public.
Jmu'd the pnint shop.
PiiC C Slen Wrtrk-J r
Ifllll.. ..ul. .. " ...I '
ko to i... ..:. :.:r "" iui nee or
-- wj iiil i uiiiii'i iki'ifiii'kif ski ... r.. .
..-., ..v.. ii. wmrwci mr worn and
celpt for money,
j.ih. r. uoopKit
.V.V . f. ,u" ' e" r lw'"'der the vote
on the Terry rCM)Iutlon. when it ws
carried. Alderman Hiekey a motion
to Inereaso the salary of r.iiv- ,d,..i..i.,..
' "-'- '.joii.juii
you not afraid to la.,.,, .,..
HWWliliu'J asked , ,1
.oV. ...V.'?. . vkiuu precautions
.. Minn i.. iioieei i no 'iiHi:ti 'h train
? ii iBr, ii
An ordinance eompeling property
tlon wltli iho stfwers under a pennltv
I?n..fiJi,rU WUiJ J"181 "'"'wnbusneii.
alon of the rules.
An ordinance requiring the street
rn way company to put down a tint
rail on Main stret to the reservot on
was read and went over under tlie
Thepinns f the. city engineer for
making connection wllh sower system
wero adopted and ordered filed wit
On motion adjourned to Saturday.
The Normal Schooh fj
innn,tHnrVf Mn,, nonnal il"Ol Is a
rriHroC '.'.""-V o8rliiliaioii-to the
IhS mVn lV '""""tlon amMlft vast
l tllO0 atteildlllL' llrn iilm l,v,.l,.
.IK."v,,craHe."ver thirty. 'Tho latest
.mi ii ill's nre Jl fiSCS Hon nli
I.''.....,., nt ,--- ....
.. ii, ma
J1'? of liners, ami members of tlie Fort
Worth Base Ball Association aro- re-
lug at Sua), o'clock sharp, at tho TVxiih
Investment Co' otiioA' n.,,,1.. "
utmost iniportanee to bo transacted.
By order of the president.
on and What t Ilplnc
Some deirree of nnvlnlv inn i,...-... rw
by many as- to what action tlie Street
Bailway company would take re-zard-ng
the paving of tlie track-. The qiies
tion has already been partially settled
and the entire-matter will probably be
Biitlsiaetorily arranged within a few
days. According to tlie compromise
franchise, they ngreo to pave that 5r
tlon of tlie strwt between the rails and
eighteen inches on either side, Vlien
the work was lirst begun on V-iin
street, and tlie street railway
company seemed to be mak
ing no wceiMirations for th,.
performuneoof iheirpm-t of the con-
nm.1. i im me city, many peonle ex
pressed thebeliirf tliat no'lhinu would
l.e done tint I thostreels had been tin.
ished, ood they have to bo torn iu ii
second time, in order to have the oen
ro paved. These prognosticatanw
have, however,. not been fulfilled. Tlio
iv"mpaiiy lmvo entered into a contract
pave the eighteen Inches on eUUer
Mde of the tniclt, and by looking nt
tlio work it wiH bo seen tlmt thoWl
.-v.,. utlliK. j,uu rwn is now placed
..,, ,. lMlr lJWJK, -I'Dia
,;,.." P"ro!i or the
With tllOCitV fo, Vlft ivnril.,.1
W. D. PR,?,
- -- - - -- ii iiiiiciii iiiii mill 1 1 1 1 ii rr. ..-...- ' -- tA. -& aidBiB
KPN .Ml'ltOVKDUnv ..i"V. ."""' """ ".' IK1UK. for them lbilhif.... ,i i.,.ii. i'. .'"'"" I'"" "" 1 iillllllH 1 tlflle of r.on..,.:,. f,. tii..
To,.iv,,,uco. ,tht kindVn "WrSWifi dtt n the
'viinsiiuu Oiinrrli. .
Owing to the large increase in, eon.
sumption of water, we dec led to
ami luul the work nearly l&jisheii
KIlei4,!Is,,,,,, ll,w "tVkcom.
mddv u-,? l,,0l work and e-sl the
niiddv water. Thor verls mw rail-
S.lnirewtlays of tow w?t"r
jvo will complete the new well n id
po after that to bo able f, i"
futiv tvl """r-' aua S-
tomctsfor ? few dnysf Wry truly'"8
1.000 hewl of iinii. rv ..
anions tiwnu Address glass box No.
Fort Worth, Texas,
work on the car track Itself would pro-
bobly have commeucetl beroro thin, but
'".i .?.J!!!.l' vo. as yet couie to
: . ,i " i. " ',",.V.UI? lo ,u juaaner in
...ii u. BUIIIL lMiIOIII. "in
m,.41J in, However, mat the trank will
I... ..I'it ".T'.1.v """' l liailK wn.
Y Kin cuc i n.?aecuy council will give
x im ranwajj company have tnJzen ad
vant.-4goof t lift-removal of tha surface
earth from thx.. streets to reyolr their
.. jP"? B'mg of men
....V v :,,Uk l'uu"'g tiowuiuuw
"i.u ti-niuusgg, ami gettlngrtho
... (jiiwu rjuumg COIHlltlOi.
,.),tf13raliuK ml IlatU-on report
tlmt tho fcniok on iMain street is pro
gressing satisfactorily, tivjil that by tho
tter piatof the week, tlie street L
;. ii.Y" l A'lirdstrwt will
condition to be used.
.1 A Giw.it St Louis. -
K 1-; nliM.ll, Sodalla,
K m l-'iw-ror, Knnls, ;if
.1 It MnUtnn. Dnlla. &
J 1' KttOtt. Wlclitta M.W
FKl' llarrcll, Hunt Btf,
J It Ditlov Arllnslon, I!
Mlhii .M.h-suii, &her-tmiii
Mlssuroct and child 1"
Mls AdJzlns, DoJjc
C! W Ncwbrr, Sicnr-
It C WUIhnns, Pen-
Mm W A.Dovno,Mo,
V 11 I5rii9t. Austin,
"W 11 NteholsoD,
I) A KnoK,.Strawn.i
Hilly McCielsht, Col
b M ' Henderson,
Aetna, .111., . .
C V Cot ins and fami
ly. Wii-iiUa Kalli.,
11 I'orrs, Drtllas,
J W h-iiiins,1.0)ig.
Rt nhiit-lM Hotel, I
fnp-s.'i not- week: i
trains, centrally lo
-..r -. ...! thtl
VV. ,v. Jiuuui'i -r-H
r,i,il,irkr iviahllll' !'
bulldl now occupy
comnletMl will Wi)
tlmtart of the fttyl
sewkes of a Ulww'n
tli east and i'v-V
gci your lino eagrgn
Dr. J. l). Stewart, formerly of Tn
nesstt, is now proncletor of the, St.
Charles Hotel. Being un old hotel
S. Jfi 8nwt? wlu kwow tli n
tQUitestlea and accommodations will
Excursion tickets to ti hundred cities
n.a fIir "P 1),lli:ta are '' n ealo at
nmna ! . CTra(l0 & Santa Fo ticket
excee Ingly ow. This Is the smooth
t u-ion . aml connections as sure as
tin o hvo, Wcn!r- Call for rates mid
Railway mill Steamship
Tavno tUVfi1- "I
i.. -itii.i, t inerVS
eral debility wltbW
"When iho couutj.
i i..i. ..,.,,, i.jisean1','
II1K L-IUJIIVV.. I
...Ji. ....... l.irlll1 !
" "lu i'Vr1 ' . ttik
'rut iouowh'b tf,i;
and mortgage on
The Jiev,. &J
bon, Intl., w"j-jJ
wife owe our ,HU
Wig & Co,