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THE QAZETTJ3.1 HOltlS'W jRTH, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY .22.
OP THE BRIGHT
INNY SIDE OF LIFE.
(ill ami riviixitni woMip or iiiu
iiorllmi.'nii Mention of Homo
unit flocluty l'cdplo.
Etio Bcnnuui, nn engaging
'of "Weutuurioru, wno huh
ir Mrs. II. M. Cliiiimiim of
tturncd homo yeslordny.
linn lllBiiiowcr, nieco 01
Atiiiuiox. woo una uccn
i aunt In tnls city for fconiu
ins rcturucu iu jilt iiuiui-iii
cooinimuied by lior cousin,
llUlUOX. nuii ui-ai, til
ing ldy hiuI during her
do many incuua uu iu
itirturo. . . .
In K. JOlinsOll, 01 WIIIVC3-
ls been visiting tho family
bry, rcturneii nonie uos
:.i.(.lm was called by the
fserious illness of her aged
toll. U. Joiinson.
Fosdlclc is in mo city aim
lv rcmiuu miring iu amu-
Iwill welcome her largo clr-
llntauces at tno residence
'E. Montgomery, m tue
ly HUier, a cuurming young
'eatnerlord, is tno guest or
2iiso Tiioninson, 01 una
Hsomcand popular Mr. S.
ins returned from n trip
to state, greatly improved in
anil as ciieermi a3 a
snail's unu on tno mini 01
fomiscH to bo aiit event of
liu -Junks, of Waxaliachie.
pen visiting her cousin. Mrs.
Itli of this city, left for Dal-
lay morning, where she will
lew cinys ueioro returning
, Stono took a Hying trip of
lur days into the ludiau Ter-
tdge Itciley, who has been
lor several weous past,
ly convalescing, sno win
bo out again in a few days.
i'nmnner, wno nas ueen
Iwitli typhoid fever for the
r live ws'oks, is now slightly
is considered out of (lunger.
friends will bo glad to hear
Bring Mint the "henled term"
iw on us in us meridian, anu
many of the society leaders
Inimer resorts of the North
wn state, tue social events ol
Rveek have been cxtraordi-
it was tlio brilliant reception
uarrett's residence "Pleu-nnt
East Dallas, en Tuesday
ic weather was most delight
ing the participants to fully
nselv?s in tno spacious and
utiwls, made bright and beau-
ic ellulgent rays ot scores ot
ed lijilits. Bishop and Mrs.
iitcrtainud in that easy and
isnient-rcmoving stylo, devoid
"es-snry conventionalities and
for which tnelr home is so
(I the chats and strolls and'
d lcfrehhtneut ditcussioH
cuts of real pleasure to every
t. The reception was given
f several young Indies from
d elsewhere, who have ro
om northern schooh to spend
tt their homes.
ics musicale met at tho de
rision ot Mrs. J.T. Trtzevant
Jrinv eveninir. 1 1 wouiu uu.e a
jf space and a week's time on
."nf tin. iiwMh pvnnrt, liiusionl
iftiror.orlv renort the event, and
Hektth correspondent is not the
Ec ('(pial to tlio occasion; so ho
Kstato that all other like events
Kb heretofore have been unap
Bblo to it. It was vocal
Rtiinenttil eUirts;ar excellence.
rlowinc was the evening's
C Troovunt, Jr., Hd.Fot.dn.
;, ,. ,, lUIIIJ'L'M
Icker, I). II. M'rrow, J. 1). Kerr.
sv. iit-i.i, .." ruhtm) j, ... Amtiub-i
;A . Diivib, J . t. 'i ivzovani.
mtitlntilo ..Hottiovmrs urunu somu,
Opus I0U( Alfred I)avl$.
u , SocratcH
J. F. Klllott.
lo Avo Mtuin
1 INTUHKlSMOJf l'AUT II.
'.1. 1). Kerr, Clinn. F. Tucker. .
lo ......Mqimuer sovereignly.
entiil Solo Chopin,
V. 11. Capwoll.
1). 11. Morrow,
II. H. Ktrntr.
entnl Solo Wsgncr.
A. l), Ainnugo.
army or lrienua oi ucnerni
V. Jiucs inrouguout uoxas
pleased and surprised to learn
ect'ut marnngo at i.ovingiou,
i) Mrs. HutUo Dowdon, rocenlly
lias but formerly of Indiana.
wppy couplo departed for New
nil altei spending tno summer
atoL'a, Long Braucli, Niagara
ther Etistern watering places.
turn to Dallus to niako it their
nont home. Mrs, Huss will
htro to any social circle in which
ay niiugio, anu oi ner iiusuiiuu
iuiuucceksury for the GAzbitk
jpon'Out to bay further than that
a tliorougtiureti gentieniau
nature's truest noblemen.
Liz.io Terry, of Fort Worth,
HMiiirciilfiYr Llth frlonilj nt Tliillim
. C A. Is'owton donarted on Fri-
lo tlio coal regions around Sparta,
usln, to spend tlio Rummer.
lieurv JjoeD and cnuuren aro
lug relatives in Chicago.
J. iuurphy, or uainesviuo, anu
;o E. Fulierton, nccomiHinfed by
families, aro stopping In tlio city
lis Corn Daugherty and Miss Be
I Faircliild, of McKiuney, visited
Is friends Friday and Saturday.
UA7.KTTH COrrCaPOUUeilt Willi
timorous other friends oongratu-
.aira. ii. A. Aldrlch on ner cpn-
icenco from n long spell of sibk-
vun mninrui fever: tho fcaino cou-
lutiuiu am oxtomled to Mrs.
E C. Houdinot. ihe noted Cher-
Indlaii, of FayettevIUe, Arkan-
mnKing hiu uallas irienus ni-
co more by his presence,
n. 1. ThoniDsou of Indiana,
eietary of tho navy, .spent Tliurs-
n uaiias. He straveiiug i"in;
.iteAvlthhldsop. tho genial mm
inown R. V. (Dick) Thompson
in.n l.,..,lll. I,, In L lirCOUIIOUB
.."vi ..v.iii.11 la ... - -"".' .
Hon. Dick bus the tympaUiy oi
torrr nil. loin his IltU CUUii, iw-
K....!.- f ' ..lliWl
ny uiuonir tno "
mother, or Huut county, arc visiting
In our city.
Mis. Dr. Olllum, or Fnycttovllle,
Arkansas, is hero visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. AV. D. Wilklns. Mrs. Howls
nnd Mis. Claud Simpson, of Clorks
vllle, are nlso tho guests of Mrs. Wll-
Mi'ss Cnrrlo Miller is hero visiting
MUs Mngglo Pirtlo.
' Miss lvato MoLeod nnd'her sister re
turned this week to their homo In
.1. L. Balllngcr, AV. W. llombcck
and Citpl. lrby loft here this week for
tlio west, Avhero they llavo gono in tho
lnlrest of the Homo land colony. '
Mrs. J. II. Wiggins of Taxarkana is
in town this week, visiting her numer
ous friends. She is tho guest of Mrs.
It. 11. Levy.
Prof. Pittmau, with his pretty and
accomplished wife, has gone to tliO
country to spend a few days.
Mr. Kellogg, one of tho most gentle
manly and popular passenger conduc
tors of tho Texas & Pacillo, was in tlio
oitv last Monday.
Mr. E. S. Terry and family of Wills
Point aro in tlio city visiting their rel
atives and friends.
Misses Alice and Lizzie Kelly have
returned from a trip to JelTorton and
Miss Minnie Patten of Mlneola at
tended tho Baptist convention at tills
Mrs. Will Camp has gono on a
visit to relatives at Gilmer.
Miss Florence Carter of Marshall
spent several days in town this week,
but has returned home., '
Mrs. Winlow left for Fort Worth
Mrs. V. A. Williams, Mrs. Mattlo
Carroll and Miss Katie Carroll left on
lost Thursday for' Palo Pinto Springs,
where they will remain some tlino for
Miss Lizzio Howard camo up from
Marshall last Tuesday to attend the
complimentary party givon by tlio
young gentlemen to Miss Florence
Carter at tho residence of Mr. J. V.
Miss Annie Winslow has gono to
Marshall to visit her aunt, Mrs. Ener
Mrs. Eliza Waymacks is visiting
relatives In Mineoli1.
Mr. Pete Snider, who has been out
on Deep Creek for several days, re
turned Thursday very much im
proved. Mrs. Brown, from Kentucky Town,
Texas, who lias been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Tate, left last Tuesday
for her homo.
Mr. Bob Smith of the firm Lawson,
Smith & Co., is rusticating in Parker
Joe Hill, late of the firm JTaylor &
Hill, editors and proprietors of tho
Colorado Clipper, is spending a few
days at Waco.
ri. N. Sherwin, manager of-the Cash
Store in this city, returned Tuesday
from an extended trip East.
Judge Wheeler, dhiriet judge, is in
.1. II. MorriMm is journeying in
some of the Eastern cities, and will bo
absent from Colorado several weeks.
Mr. John H. Good, a prominent cat
tle man and stock dcjilcr of this city,
returned Monday from old Mexico.
N. S. Walker, a large wool grower of
this county, has rented tho Bassett
residence on Oak btreet and will move
his family to this city. Mr. Walker
and family will bo quito an addition to
our town and we welcome them and
aro moud of such additions.
Joy H. Burney spout several days
a tit he l'ort lat week.
Colorado has been thescftno and place
of sad accidents and deaths. Tho past
week two of our mo3t popular and
much admiral young ladies. Miss
Anna Rogers, and Mies Clara Collins,
have passed away and Hro no longer
numbered with the living. Miss Rog
ers, the first to dlo, departed this life
at 10 a.m., July 11), 1SS3. She had
been sick several weeks, but her death
was very unexpected. Miss Rogers is
the daughter of Dr. Rogers of this city,
a prominent citizen und nn ablo Pres
MissClnrn Collins was tho eldest
daughter of John Collins, a prominent
citizen nnd manager of tho Elliott &
Roe lumber yard. Miss Clara's death
is of the saddest nature. Sho was ao
cldentallv fthot and killed by a popular
young lady of this city, and her deur-
i.ot. friianri. nt. linr ltnmi .Tnlv 1!). at G 1).
in. Thefuneral services of both young
Indies wero held at the Baptist church
to-day, Friday, July iiO 1S33, Dr. Pal
mer ot Sherman olllcialing. Relatives
and a large crowd of Acquaintances and
friends uttended the funeral and fol
lowed them to the city cemetery. The
death of Miss Claru Collins will bo
loinr remembered: and tho unfortunate
,'oung lady wno acciuemauy too is ner
ife is deserving of much sympathy.
Jock Norman, ono of our heaviest
sheepmen, is in from his ranch enjoy
ing tlio breezes and other good things
incident to hot weather.
Hon. I. N. Roach and lady left Fri
day night for a trip to Mineral Wells
in search of health and recreation.
Thev will be absent tor a fortnight.
Mr. W. C. Pattewon, the afi'able
clerk hI the McFull House, has just re
turned fmiu a visit to his old homo in
Tennessee. ... , ,
The Huntirit church had a most de
lightful festival at Porter's Hall on
A very pleasant boc.uI party was
given Wednesday night Inst by Mr. &
Mrs. A. K. Simmons. Ono of our
bloolH, who is a connoisseur in such
matters, told your correspondent tlnr,
it was the party of the season.
Mos-rs. Henry King and brother,
W. C. King, have just returned from a
visit to their aged father who lives in
Florida. ., , .
I regret to state that Airs, jonn v.
SquyreB is quite sick.
Mrs. J. Matt Gibson, wife of our
popular county treasurer, is sick.
Mr. Thos. P. Ledbetter, who has
been indisposed for somo time, is again
on his pins.
Mts Hl-ssIo Snow, a oharmimr
young lady of Mineral Wells, is visit
ing MIks Eldora Fuln. Mis Besslo is
a former belle of Wentherford. .
Miss Bell Lee Graham, or uraham
City,' Is visiting MU Laura Sloan.
Vri Tai.ift .r. Hlttson and family
left hist week to spend tho summer at
Miss Mood, tlio nharmlng daughter
of President Mood of the Georgetown
University, is visiting the Misses
Master Joo Loving and 1 Tarry Old
ham, son and nephew of Mr. George
R. Loving, wero to pass through Fri
day evening en route homo from
school at Thorp Spring. Little
Miss Mary Roach was to have
accompanied them homo rn a visit to
her relatives hi tho ;ity ,f lielghts. . .
The county nlerk llcouoeil Mr, Will
p Fondren to marry Mlsa Mattlo
S,'ffi MuS'nuit Mattlo CoU ami
Malifo WoS accompanied by liob.
?,5r i.. Sun a nimn meeting on
Cltv Friday night.
AV. J. Oarnahnli returned from a
visit to Denton last Mondny.
ApiirtyofyouilK rolks hnd a de
lightful picnic on Bandies' creek Sat
urday of lust week.
The society world of Gilmer has boon
nhnostiisa stnmUtlll this week. A
few have gono to other places nnd a
fow have been visiting our town.
Miss Ada Sealo lelX Saturday for
Terrell. Sho will bo gono about two
weeks. AVoknow that she-enjoyed
thai Iay-otl'of twenty-four hours at
Big Sandy. '
Miss Bocea Ford is on a visit to
friends in Pittsburg. Her ret ti turn is
anticipated with much pleasure.
Mr. T. AV. Galloway, a young at
torney of this place, left last Tuesday
for Gatesvilloi Ho expects to mako
that his home.
Rev. L. A. Scale left Inst Tuesday
for Cleburne to attend the Baptist as
sociation at that place.
Mr. J. D. Doss, of Big Sandy, was
up last Sunday on a visit to see his
Col. Jim Turner, of Mnrshall, was In
town thlfi week attending court.
Capt. A. B. Boron, accompanied by
Ills wife and his charming daughter.
Aliss Lillie, in company with several
others, went llsliinir last Friday
evening, remaining until Saturday.
Their report rends, "no fish but lots of
Mrs. Sudle Folder, of Loesburg, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Camp.
Col. Henry B. Andrews and fumily
have gone on a pleasure trip to Cali
fornia and will meet tho recently mar
ried daughter of the colonel, now Mrs.
A7incent James, at San Francisco,
where they will spend the remainder
of tlio summer. On his return Colonel
Andrews will embark extensively in
the mining business in Presldoo coun
ty, where rich discoveries of silver
ore have been made on land belonging
to the G. H. & S. A. railway, of which
he is vice president.
The anniversary of the capturo of
tho Bastile, 1)3 years ago, was duly cel
ebrated by dependents of the Latin
races resident in tills city. Monsieur
E. P. Claudon, city clerk, was the
originator of tho principal celebration
consisting of a grand shipper,
speeches, declamations, songs, comic
representations, etc. The coursea were
luid from about S until 11 p. m., when
toasting camo regularly into oilier,
calling to the floor Judge J. R. Mason,
Major Joseph E. Dwyer, Monsieur E.
P. Claudon,tho Gaziotk man and oth
ers. Tlio party embraced considerable
talent, musical, dramatic nnd elocu
tionary, which was fairly developed
for tho amusement of the assembly.
It would requlro too much space to
refer particularly to those most Inter
esting features of the occasion, and
suffice it to say that every tiling "went
oil1' like a rocket, and shed the glam
our of its sparks all about, carrying
cheer to every heart. For all this gen
uine pleasure, tho thanks are duo to
our friend Claudon, known to those
with whom ho is particularly familiar
its "The General Claud."
Capt. T. L. Oglcuby, formerly in
command of company F., frontier bat
talion, was in to pco us last Thursday.
Ho brought with him Ids wife who
will spend the summer with her
parents in this city, Mr. and Mrs.
Col. J. AV. Bradley.
The Masootte has been given several
openings tlio past week to large audi
ences by tho Juvenile Opera company,
computed of the native children. The
succt 83 of these youm folks has never
been exc died, and if over equalled,
only by tho Juvenile Piuaforo coin
puuy which gained great notoriety
from the wonderful vocal and draiuut-tabnexblbited.
Tho loiiowing is rename; iv reu-
faced gentleman, who resides at
Georgetown, Williamson county,
Texas, boarded an International train
lust Monday and cume on to San An
tonio. On the train wero several la
dles, among them ono whom any gen
tlemen would have admired for her
beauty, gentleness and many unmis
takable graces, even on the slightest
acquaintance. She caught the eye of
our painted friend from Georgetown,
and it hud a peculinr eUet upon her.
There was too much both of inquisi
tiveness and research about him. and
these wero excepted to by tlio lndy.
who abandoned her seat aim enaugcu
to a position beside n sedateand sturdy
old judge from Central Texas, whose
honesty and plainly out-lined charac
ter there was no mistaking. Sho told
him that she had bouirhta ticket for
Suu Antonio, but would get oil' at the
next station. "AVhy?" asked the
judge, and after persisting in having
an answer, received tho reply: "AVell,
there is a man on this train, rather
fleshv. with vorv red noso and checks,
who has watched mo too closely,
and I Intend tu leave tho (rain tho
very uoxt tlmo it stops." Tlio lndy
nban'doned tho cats at Davenport Sta
tion as she said sho would do, and the
red-pal u ted Bohemian camo on to Sn
Antonio, though he looked for tho
balance of the trip very much like a
motherly old hen which had had her
last chick float through the blue sky
In the talons of a hawk and still ho
meant no harm.
Judge Gerald of wuco, father or tno
noted poetess and actress, Miss Flor
ence Gerald, passed through the city
last Monday on his M'ay to El Paso,
whence ho goes to Chihuahua.
Judge Goidwnlto of Houston, "one
of tlio oldest and wealthiest residents
of tho Bayou City, was with us last
Capt. C. II. Clark returned from tho
west last Wednesday evening.
Miss Alice Goodo of Sherman has
been visiting in our town.
Mrs, C. L. King, who has been vis
Ring her parents In Louisville, Ky.,
returned home last Saturday,
W. AV. Hurpe'r, ono of our most en
terprising dry goods merchants,
left Thureday to attend tho Baptist
association at Cleburne.
Miss Ada Mans of Gainesville, who
has been lending aid ajd attraction to
the summer normal, spent naiuniuy
and Suuduy at her nomo.
MUses Molllo Rigglns and Pressio
AVllson of Morgan aro visiting Mis. It.
M. Godfry. , . , ...
Tlio ladles of tho Cumberland Pres
byterian church gave an ico cream fes
tival Thursday night, whloli was, as
usual, a success both financially and
' H. B.Newman and wife loft Thurs
day for a week's visit to Decatur,
Pilot Point, July 20. Elder Clnrk
Brailen, tlio renowned lecturer against
infidelity ami its attending evils, ar
rived in town Inst AW-dnosday, and is
delivering a series of lectures at tho
C. P. el m toll. Ho is an eloquent
speaker, ami has a full house every
Mrs. John Shy and (laughter Dlin
ple. Into or Meridian, CoUforulu, now
of Aurora, AVIso oounly, Is In town
vlAillmr with tlndr old neighbors when
in the Pacific state, Mr. and Mrs. O.
The ladles society had a brilliant
lawn party Thursday evening at the
residence or Mr. amfMr. J. 0. New
bury. Jce cream and lemonade, with
cako wero served in tho best or man
ner. Among the young ladles present
wero MIssTIIIIq Jackson, Miss Molllo
McMurry, of Denton, Miss Molllo
Woodruin, of Louisville, Texas.
Dr. Howard, a prominent M. D. of
Bell van, was doing tlio city Thursday.
Eld. J. W. McCluro visited Fort
AVorth tho past week.
Hon. AV. A. Kendall leaves this
Sunday morning for Lexington. Ky.,
for a three weeks visit. Ho will take
in the Louisville exposlton during his
Professor's V. O'Neal and John
O'Ncall, of Tarrant county, have been
in attendance at tlio normal tho past
weok.also W. L. Krlghbaum, of Little
J. B. Anderson, o. popular salesman
of the tub house of J. V. Helm fc Bio.,
Danville, Arn., was In town Tuesday
Interviewing our grocers.
Mrs. J. C. Wellborn left Tuesday
ovenluK for a visit In AVcatherford.
Mr. Alex O'Farrell and family of
Gainesville was in town Thursday,
and left on the evening train for Palo
Pinto county, seeking health and
pleasure. Mr. O'Farrell is a big stock
man of Cook county.
Mr. J. W. Hancock, mentioned iu a
former dispatch as sick with pneu
monia, died Thursday night. Ho was
a partner with AV. J. Pearco in tho liv
ery stable formerly operated by Coony
Harrison. Ho was about thirty years
of ago, and was unmarried. Ills
father was with him during tho last
hours of his sickness. Ho was taken
to A'allow A'iew, his former home, for
J. T. Jones of tho 1'oat Is having se
rious sickness in ids family.
Rev. J. AV. Atkinson, M. 12. p' Stor,
is having much sickness, bis wife aud
mother both down. AVo trust all in ly
recover and soon bo out again.
Elder Brudcn will preach Sunday
morning in the Christian church.
The examining committee for com
petitive scholarships in tho Sam Hous
ton normal school will meet in this
city AVcdnesdiiy morning at 0 o'clock.
This district hi entitled to four mem
bers, which will give two each from
Denton and Collin counties.
Last evening closed the third week
of tlio normal school. Tho attendance
has been much smaller than antici
pated at tho opening, thirty having
enrolled their names; but the session
lias beon of great Interest and profit to
the teachers who have attended the
various departments of a teachers'
work and have been thoroughly dis
cussed, and their qualifications, meth
ods, adaptations, etc., have been ele
vated to a higher standard. Dr. M.
B. Franklin, who has sq ably con
ducted the institute, is deserving of
great, credit for tho zeal, and indefali
cablo labor in tho cause of education
Vi,ir fcreok. 'Friday moiHlUKt, . ,(!
if CsHluia Shaw rflfuineU to Colorado
Prof? L. M, Gwynno of tho Chicka
saw Nation, delivered a splendid lec
ture on geology at the seminary
Tuefcday night which was well at
tended and highly appreciated.
Rev, Mr. Rankin of tho American
lllble Society, gave an excellent leo
t lire -at the ! Methodist Episcopal chn rch
AA'eduesday night on education.
A number of our young fW
studying Spanish under Profw-orJ-.
It, Smith. , t , vitlie,
'Mr, it. H, Banp. of Hickory V liu .
Tfcitn., arrived in our tow" " f
morning, aud is thu guwtofJ"'
H. Davidson. - t T)extcr
City Mo,, is visiting thefa'uliy o
It. lielley. of this nlacw,.
no longer from Dyspop
sla, Indigestion, want of
lack of Energy, Mnlnrla,
Intermittent Fovora, &c.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS nover foils to euro
nil those diseases.
Potion, November t$, lESt,
DMVfN OlRMlCAI. Co,
Ocnilonti - Ep yer I 1im
nml couU get ho rlltf(huvluf; tiled
everything which wi recommend
cd) until, acting on 'tit ad ice ef a
friend, who had been benefitted by
Urovi' Ivom lliTTtvs, 1 tried a
Votlle, with mot iiriuiiliig rtnlt.
I'revlou to taking JIiiowh'h Ikon
llinnRS, everything 1 atttU treucd
tne, and I lutTereiT c'ny front a
burning tematlon In the ttomnch,
which wan unbearable. Since tak.
Ing linow'N's Ikon llirraits, nit my
troOhteaaraatnncnd. Can eat any
time without any dUagreebls re
tulta. 1 am practically another
perton. Mr. W J. TlVmn,
39 UavcrlcU St., K. Uorton.
BROWN'S IRON BIT
TERS acts llko a charm
on tho digestive organs,
removing all dyspeptic
symptoms, such as tast
ing tho food, Belching,
Heat in tho Stomach,
Iieartburn, etc. Tho
only Iron Preparation
hat will not blacken the
teeth or give hcadacho.
Sold by qU Druggists.
Brown Chemical Co.
See that alt Iron Hitter, are mad by
Drown Chemical Co., ISaltimvre, aud
tuva orouod red line and trail.
marl; oc u nipper.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
and for its promotion. y
Mr. Frank Edwardfl has graduated
with honors at tho Bryan university
and returned home a tow days hIiicl-,
enjoying tho congratulations ol ills
old friends and companions iu Pilot
Poln seminary, where ho received his
Mr. Lawrence Harding of Howe, a
former pupil at thofeomlntiry, has been
down visiting his many frlentln.
Itoy. Mr. Utirlow of Dallas, has been
in town canvassing for Stephens'
United States History. Ho occupied
the Cumberland Presbyterian pulpit
Mlsa3Mury and May Miles returned
Wednesday evening from a two weeks'
visit in Paris, Texas.
Mr. Jerry Burnette. with two of his
dauchtcrs. was visitinir Mr. S. J.
Woodward of this city laKt Monday.
Mrs. Johnson of Port Worth and
Mrs. Grllllth of. Alto, daughters of
Capt. A. Grilllth, aro visiting at tho
residence of Capt. II. It. Dawson.
Wo met Col. Y. T. Clarl; or Denton
county on our streets Friday hist.
Ho lias a large sheep ranch In Jack
county. , , ,
.Dr. McCart of McKiuney and his
brother, Dr. McCart. r,f Kansas, were
In town Tuesday. The lalter came
with a view of locating here.
W. J. McNeil, our tax collector, has
gone to Austin to settle his accounts
with tlio state. ,,
J. S. Chapman of the Henry Cattle
Compuny Vi spending tovcral days
With ids many friends in Denton.
Little Willie Piner, son of -Capt. F.
E. Piner, died Friday, tho" 20th, after
a protracted illness. Tho parents have
tho sympathy of the entire commu
nity. . .i
Mr. James Williams, editor oi me
Chronicle, has quite a sick child.
Mra. Captain C. F. Millelt, wife of
our popular theatrical manager, Inn
gono to Lampaas to spend a short
time. , , T
Miss Luoy Duproa will go to Lam
pasas in a few days.
Mra. A. A. Muroy and lier daughter,
Miss Maggie, of San Antonio, aro vis
iting Mra. Howard, .,,,,,
Mr. Joseph Bllim and wlfoof Gal
veston are on a visit to Auatln.
Thero was a very pleasant party at
the blind instituto Tuesday night.
The famous club, called tho InuocenfH
Abroad, went to tlio institute und wore
served with ico cream and dancing
upon the lawn that surrounds the
building. About twenty couples were
present and the bell on tno castle
struck a solemn two bororo they
packed themselves hi to two busses
and departed for tho closing scene at
tho gate. . ,
Mibs Ireland, daughter of Govornor
Ireland, has gone to Segulii.
Judge Terrell and lib estimable wifo
lmvo left tho city for somo recreation.
Mlfes Pattlo Townes has gono to San
Saba to visit frJends, and will be ab
sent n month.
Mlfcses FuhhIo and Cnrrlo Gray hav
cone to Georgetown on a vinit.
b Mrs. II. :. Shelly and Mr. F. W.
Chandler Jmvo gono to Lampasas to
Mioiid a few weeks.
The lady honorary members of the
Travis Light Artillery gayp a pleasant
entertainment Thuwdny fiJitflit- f'" '
benefit of tho company, it wtoj-well
iitieuded ami thuoecoH. wn9 .trreatly
enjoyed by every ope, v .
On ThumUXAU,WS (HiSi
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A warranted ci'.ro for ail disoascs
crafted by malarial poisoning ot tho
blood, such as Chills and Fever,
Fovcr and Ague, Sun Pains, Dumb
and Masked Ague, Third-day Ague,
Sinking Chills, Intermittent, Remit
(ant, Bilious and nil oilier Fovors
cnuscd hy malaria. It is also tho
safest nnd best euro for enlarged
Spleen (Fover Cake), General Debili
ty and Periodic Neuralgia.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
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Vltolostl? anil Itetnll Dealer la
HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, GAS PP
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AGENT FOR HAXLIDAT'S WESB MILL.
Oornor Houston nnd Soooud Stroota, Port Worth, Toxes. '
THE OLDEST AND LARGEsfyTOVE AND HARDWARE HOUSE IN THE CIT
Jtar-Kvory noRorlplftm of Job Work: Uono on HUort Nntlco.-
Sc-ieubex & Hockstaniter,
WHOLESALE LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
And Agents for
ANHEUSER'S, ANTHONY & KVM38
ALSO AlfTnONX - KUIIN'S KEO III3EB.
No. OO lloutitoii Sirisot, - ITort Worth, Toxnr
OINOINNATI OFFIOB; 120 SJ-J 0 PTRWET -iV
No tlmo should
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terH. Disoascs ol
the organn named
hiscl others fitr
mora Fcrlotitt. ami
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nnd fuver, early
rhcumntlo ' twin
pes, kldntjy weak
bodily trouble If
trilled with. Lose
nn tlmo Iu usIdk
thlH cDbctlvo and
Bafo medicine, for nle by all druir&isu uuu
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY,
uUJtVIiO cal nnd (loom
-leor, Hneruintorrho'ii, etc.,
Wlien oilier ieixiiull-M Tpl,a
curt iunmnlcfil, 41.50 n hot
tie, fourtiim tho qnantlty
V. Hy uxjrrcHS to tiny ad
drc. Hold by ull druuxUlM
KnellMh Medical Institute, proprietor, 718
Olive Blioot, H. Ixitils, Mo. Hold by T, W.
I'owull, Fort Worth, Toxaa.
Greatly Reduced Prices I
Having puroluuotl this scnlo In cnr-lond lots for ch,l nm now prepared to offer my
THE OLD RELIABLE AND BEST SCALE
In tho market nt greatly reduced jirloos from former rato. I havo in stock, and tholl keep
utull tlmcHufull lino ofuculcM una trucks of tlio Knlrbnnk mako, Turtle wxulltigiiuy
hIzo scale will do well to wrlto mo for prices.
PLATFORM WAGON SCALES A SPECIALTY.
W. F. LAICE, FORT WOJl-PJT, TEXAS.
K. M, VunZaudt.
J. J. .TurvlB.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OWICJC-Ko. 13 Main Street. Reittleilce,
V. W. Oaltouitatvl Vril tiirtU. &-25tf
W.H.OOWArf. J. V.I'OSKY
.COWAN & POSEY,
Attorneys at Law, Nolarios Publio
Axil l.'eucral Itral Ks.ata Krakcn,
SESTWATER, HOLiW COUNTY, TEAB,
Ag.'ntforTi!is Knilroul f.und. Hpt'Cla
Attntlon to Collections, llofurencou: Kind
Kinionul Ilnnk, Wcatherlords Hoii, T. Ii,
Wheclor, Jndifo 112th Judicial lllntrlot, Ilrock
Piiridse,frox.; JuJko J. H. Fleming, CUco.
TIDBALL, VANZANDT & GO.
FORT WORTI-I, TEXAS.
A GcnornmaiildnalliutncssTrAintnclod. fjolh-e lon mndo and promptly romtttcd. Ex
ehHiico drawn on Mil tun print lpal cIUch of Eurupo.
EPitetj National Bank '
Corner Houston and St'foml Sis., Fori Won". "
CAPITA! $100,000. SUBPIUS $30,000.
M. B. LOYD, Pres dent. D. C. BENNETT, Vice President.
GEORfiE JACKSON, Cashier. A"
Dlri!or.... S. Godwin, M. B. Lo,d, 1, 0- need, Z.i Ctttl, D. C. Donntll. 0..r '' 9' Sandl
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING flU6NES8,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS,
nvFlflIC In Benton Hulldluc. ovrr Vm
Brown's Orooory Btoro.
FORT WORTH, 2JSXAS.
OFFJOK-Nq. 18 Muln litre. Up JSuiiri,
UflKH NITltOl8 OXIDK OAH,
J. J. KANE.
Architect and Superintendent
FORT WORTH, TEXAS,
ntttrmOver Firtt Xaltomtl Hank,
lun and upooliieatlonu with all modyrD
lmprovmonts( lnelndlo wtttjiate ihf
ovory Ubvcripiioii oi oiiiiuiiir,"
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lly or no
J. M. ROBBINS,
Sign Work, Interior Decorating
AT 0. K. PAINT SHOP,
No 9 Main Street.
DODl & CO..
Cigars, Wines nii Liprs,
No. it Jlou.lou utreet,
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Mattresses, Pillflis, Jslsters, Etc
..-itv nn lund. Wend lor
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
3. J. HOBBINS,
City BiU Poster,
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