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THE rrAZCTTB: FORT WORTH, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 27.
TAYLOR & BARK'S
Special Sale of
Children's, Boys and Men's
STRAW, FELT AND STIFF-E
3 J&..JUL. JPx-lcSLazr till lO S.2WC- 3t1i:rdlcvy.
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. . . . 3.50,
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: : : : 5.00,
: : : : 0.00,
: : : : 750,
: : : : 10.00,
Et.o1rax3a to lO-os-dlcix Fricos 2WCo33.caLi3r.
SPECIAL DRESS GOODS SALE FROM TUESDAY, 8 A.M., 3IST, UNTIL SATURDAY, 10 P.M., AUGUST 4TH.
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Under the impression ilml you could buy clicnpcr then limn now; ut you wJ
better time Hum now to " lioofc on to Inn-gains. Tlio strike of tiio telegraph opetjJ
price of clothing at present.
No Telling "What Damage Migfrt
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if Hie .strike should ho proiraeieu; mu "inouopoiisis, powonui as moy are, irll! I
what the public agrees is ujusi demand.
IJut that hits nothing to do with what we wml 1 say. "We have no poetry 'J
you this week.
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so we will have to omit everything that does not appertain to "strictly business,' u
"hole" in our slock with our clearing sale, yet ivo would lain dispose of it entirely,
tions in prices invariably facilHale sales, and since wo have marked down onr pri
look for a good trade all during the summer months. lVc have a cool place, consider
dinary heal. Come round and loaf wifh us. You arc welcome whether you purchase ori
.New Time Table.
North bound V:I0 r. m. ?.2T p. in.
HoutU bound 6:I5h. tu. 6:iju w
TtXAS ASH PACIFIC.
Knsl Imund - 2.0 u. in. 2:1 "5 n. in.
West bound . H:VJ p. in. 2 p. m
Knstvla.feliermnn .... Hv'yjp. in. 2: 5. in.
West, " .10 P. in. 5:ftj n. in.
KnHt bound, (via. Mar-
nhnll A MlilBiip.) . 92i. in. V:30a,in.
Vtht. J'.xccpt Hunduy . 4:i", n. in. 4:2S p. m.
IOIIT WU11TII XXD Dr..TTKIl.
North bound 7:00 a. ra
tinulli bound 7:15 1. m.
OUI.K. COLOKADO AD PASTA VE.
New Orlenii, .... 10:15 p. m. 2:15 n. in.
LMiiptiKJS .... 3.00 p. in. 10-00 a. in.
Accomodation 00 p. in
THE HAIKU HOMICIDE.
WboltBalo nnd Retail Dealers In
OHDTA -Tl FANCY GOODS.
WASHER & AUGUST
ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS AND FURNI
A LAUOi: LOT OF
'Cltlron" CompUlnn tlmt tlio Gu7ttn
count nn Incorrect.
To the Kdltor of tbc Ouictle. !
Hnlnl, July 2i. In your last Mem
lny' iHtuu iippeiiititi Ioctil huaded "Tlio
Uiilrd Homicide" in which reflections
are cast iijion the good eitl.i'iiH of our
little town, and places one already
bowed down with grief in an unfavor
able light befoie his friends through
out tlio slate. To refute any unfavor
able lnipieswlous that may havo been
created by the calumnious utatcmcnfs
ofttuld local the facts are herein atated,
At the time of the homicide Mr. Mer
chant was al Cisco nnd was telegraphed
to come home, that his son was killed.
A short timo afterwards, say an hour
ei haps, the sp"clal left licio for Foit
Worth. So news had been sent to
J. D. Merchant or could have been
tent notifying him of Jfynson'.s pres
ume on tliu train. 2sTo duiioiibtratioii
of a icvolt was made by any citizen
here not a Winchester or a revolver
was to be seen, nor any appearanco of
n bloody encounter vlalbloany where.
Then bow could Hynson have been
In danger at Cisco? The state
ment Is simply absurd. if
any outbreak or attempt was
contemplated by any of the citizens of
Jialrtl against Jlynson, it Is unknown
to all the best cftlens of this- place,
and we do not hesitate to wiy that the
whole Ptatement. fiom whatsoever
sotuco obtained, is false and a base
slander upon the cltl.ens ot our town
As far as the facts attending the un
fortunate afl'airaie concerned, we will
siwaiiine action oi me courts oi our
country to determine, and Mainly tusk
that justice bedone. Your local says
KirtJUer tnat up to ;i o'ciooic huiidny no
nowa of any outbreak at JJalid lind
ucen received, out excitement was
running high. You will not hear of
nuj' -outbreak occasioned by the tragic
death of young Merchant, cut down.
so to speak, just at tho thieahold of
manhood. Althouuh he was loved bv
his family and his lriendin thogieat
eet degree, yet they will not under
take to avenge his death In a nuiumarv
manner, but like high-toned, honora
ble sud buivu citizens as they jii is, they
want the law to take its couise. Out
town is aim lias been as quiet us 4it
nny other time, and no antagonistic
j. iciions 'jtist nere,
rot ,-, Very KcspeciftiMi',
linoil WlUCU Was based thn IfU'nl nl..
Jected to wa obtstlued from the deputy
sherlJl' who biought Hynson to tins
city wwJ from other patties in a pad-
uon to Know wiieieof thuy apokw. if
incrowtitf no talk ol in orR-rlmr wllli
HytiHMi attor ho had suifcndertU hlm-
heir,llJHVor.vtrangothatIt was eons d
ored iioeeHHury to send an armed poiso
tiioug wuu nun to mis citj'. I'assen-
gers wiio came in on later trains said
thoy wtw men with guns walking
a totind the depot at JJalrd, and nobody
Is apt to pack a gun for enjoyment.
M'lio latest Information receive! I frwui
junird ug do tuuoHuny morning ws to
tuo elleut lliatu uloudy row vtts only
prevented by tho determination and
pluck ttf the best citizens of tlio
place, TJio meagro account of the
Kllllntr of Men-limit fnrnlslwil bv Ji
OA.J7WKV? correspoutlent at Jtaird,
left the )iktjMr no nlternntlvo but to
gather wlnu infounmion it could In
Fort Voith. The G.y.i?rri: cerUIuly
didn't Intend to calumnlato anybody,
jtnd fails to st'o wherein it has done so.
Yesterday afternoon about tluoe
olock a ualn of coal Hats while being
liuelted tb c-al chute lu tho Toaus
it luJflo yard, wi wldi a scn-
' miKscctdcnt. i'ne train wtw moviutr
qullttjapldly and although the Lrake-
sman grtvo the ciiHtouuiry signal to tho
englnwrto slow tin, It win too late, i
i ..iin iiiumu icjir yarn titTU tiaCKCtl over
Ihoeiidof tho chute. The train was
composed of six llafslieavilylwiicd.
Who of tliu ro that was thrown ovr
a total wfifwk and the other of imdi J
mtiiiigcd. TJwt-oal spread btomliuift.
401 and 403 Houston and 402 Main St., Fort Worth, Texas.
XJIBIBtT"XJiE!trOS3:TSr Sa 3VE-flLtTIISr,
Successors to Kneeland & Harrison.
1KSU1US0B AND HEAL ESTATE AGENCT.
ispctiof Insnnuico Companies repreBontod oyer 8120,000,000, Fire, Life and Acclden
s i.aniia anu liij i-roneriy Dougm anu hoiu. xaxed renucreu and
Tlio cyclone lias arrived, and 'dropped a car-load of Pianos and Organs down at
sec tnem sure nciorc yon miy. nrce grades eacn.
TILE WOKLU-HENOWAEI) WJsliKIt, the dollglit or all limioiis inuslclans.
THE EXQUISITE IVBKS & POND, a duplicate of the Cliickcrlng piano-Mr. W.
been in the employ of Chieliering k Sons twenrv-flvo years. This is a new instrumciil
and so far rery highly appreciated. The New England Conservatory of Music, Boston;
Ivors k Pond pianos for use in their institution, in preference to all others, alter a ran
Pollclei lHHiied. Texas Lands an
pnld. Houses rened
of every piano made in Uoston.
THE IfALE PIANO, known to all as the best low-priced niano on tho market.
IN ORGANS we have the ESTEY, MASON & HAJfLIN and the SILONINGER, tfitij
juii aiinuniiiuui uircu ui uio uesLgraues manniticuireu.
lVe are selling any of these instruments at competing prices and on tlio best terms.
Go and see all tho little places in town whore you will lind one or two instruments,!)
through Dallas but wind up at Elser's, and sec if we don't make you thrice happy for
write lor catalogues and prices.
311 AND 313
TMI3 PIKiaSIEN'S BALL.
A IIlllHlKdllKl'l'CHtlllllllllal to tilt" Himt I'op-
ular Touiik I.uily I'resunt.
The firemen tiro making grand prep
arations for their ball on August;, and
from picscnt appcaiances it will be the
grandest alliilr of that kind Fort
Worth has soen for many a day. A
a.i.i:rri: reporter yesterday afternoon
had the pleasure ol insnectinirti hand
some ice pitcher and stand which the
management nave purchased, to be
presented to the most popular young
lady piescnt, her popularity to bo de
termined by vote. Tin out
lit Is of silver, and a
most unique affair. The tat d Is a
very huge one and the pltcter Is hung
so that It la easily i'o'i nrct1. The carv
ing upon It as well as upon the stand
and goblets is exquisite On the Lody
of the pitcher Is a landseajio hcene
painted by hand, and the whole de
sign na well as its execution denote at
once tho band of an artist. Tho two
goblets test on stands slightly talscd
hi front and tho slop basin sits behind
the pitcher. All aie lined with gold.
The whole is un elegant as well as
beautiful piece of work and
any young lady who shall
be the fortunato winner may feel her
self honoted In being tho recipient of
so handbomfc n testimonial of tho le
gal d of her friends. Tljo hland is on
exhibition at Mv. Jlowaid Tully's
Tn addition to tho pitcher a hand
some gold badge with the inscription,
"Tho most popular flieman in the
Fort Woith lire '.department" will be
voted on and meseuted to the member
receiving the hugest number of votes.
There will be a meeting at Jlall fc
McCart's ottlce of the stockholders of
tiio Fort Worth l'ark Dilvlng Associa
tion .Saturday evening at .'! o'clock.
All atoearncbtly requested to attend.
J. 1. Wood,
Baby CuiTiuges at Cost.
J. K. Ksroll k Co. are now ollering
their entire slock of baby caniages at
cost. This Is u favorable opportunity
to buy advantageously, and a baby
carriage like Mrs. 'foodies' colli n,
mi "be sir handy to have in tho
house," who knows'.' C!We him a
Venar & Samuel haviug transfercd
their book accounts to u. all who are
Indebted to tnem -will pleawj come for
ward and bottle (heir accounts at once,
or legal proceedings will be instituted
I. Goi.Diuuui A Co.,
00 and (JS Houston street.
fSj.OOO city properly, paying 25 per
oent in rents, will bo sold on easy
tei-utf. Texas Investment Co.
W. A. HUFFMAN'.
TO THE FRONT AGAIN!
ATTENTION, GENTLEMEN !
Clearing Out Sale for Oie Next Thirty Days!
We will offer our entire stock of Summer Clothing
and Gents' Furnishing Goods now regardless of cost. One
of our firm will depart for New York this week; we
are bound to make room for the large stock of fall and
winter goods we are to receive. Gentlemen, don't neg
lect this opportunity, as it is one not often afforded to
the public. Our stock is still large and complete. We
can fit everybody that will honor us with a call. Please
call early and convince yourselves that we mean what
we advertise. "We will also say in addition to this that
o,ur Merchant Tailoring Establishment is also full and complete,
and, if you vant a nice and nobby fit, we can make you
the best in the state, as wo only engage the best of skilful
workmen to do our work.
D. SCHWARTZ & CO.,
Corner Houston and Second Streets.
fikj&&&La U HlW
Laclie5 and. 'Gel
At the Star Shoe 9
IJonlcra In all kinds ol
SELIG-MANiSr, MAYEE & CO.,
LIQUOR and CI&AR DEALERS,
Fort Worth, Trans
Staple and Fancy Groce
U0E5 FE0ISI0NS, CIGARS Aj
Corner Iloxiston ancl IT'irst St
TintBE TIQlEE-TOy 1J0YLE ICE MACHINES.
FOR PARTICULAKS CALL ON, OR ADDRESS
ct.rc WORTH XOE COM:.-??.
wish to innlco room for liiiBornmcliliics. wVii-i VniVS?.1 ,,lt ll Klll"t "" wo
- "- MWU1IL lUfj LU.M MV
Llmo: I.imo.' liliuo!
..Itounil UticJc Llmo and Cemen
orlJH maiiufuctnio a superior quality
of wlilte lime. For j).-ictr'J etc , mldres
jiAiixi.' a v.uj!jl, proprs.,
Hound ;Uwk, Texas.
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werhoKrouiid. Onlvoiiii i m 7 i. m. '...iV: . '. ",l . nm ""?" 8
WJWUlib coal. Ijirov.'t: lior an etlto m 8(r njtl.
Dlssnhition of Partnership.
By mutual consent Mr. Jacob Mayor
has tills day withdrawn from our llrm.
Tho business will be continued as hcre
tofoio by his successors, who will as
sume all liabilities and collect all dues,
the firm name remaining unchanged.
Si;i.iaiAN, AlAYUit & Co.
"living disposed of my entire inter
est In tho abovo llrm, 1 ask for them
1 Atronngu and custom of my friends
and toe public generally.
An inactive condition of the blood
and liver, is tlio source of nearly all
diseases; they are matlo pure, active
and heallhy, by using hons Saraa
paiill.i. and ttaiitlolion with lodido of
lotassiuni; it sjitcdily cures: JJoils,
J'linnlcs. Kidnev DiseaM-x I7im.r
Scrofula, Krysinelas. Dyspepsia, Rheu
matism. Try this Great jjtootl Purl-
rt.ikt. Dun 1 ....
'jiii jiunvii h r-.iirHJiimrmii iwi.- vnnr
i druggist to fclmw you tiio formula
puiuul on every bott I e. All d ruggista
sell Urown'H Harflaparilia.
St. CluirluM Hotel.
Pleaitit location, cool rooms, good
table fclmjje trees, eta . et, nt the St.
OlinrJre Hotel. Dr, gipVart, proprte-
Summer coals from 2-o jinnt tho
People's Clothing House, 'iSmX,?
Coal! Coal!! Coal!!!
ili,..!"v...l!(mW,.r,''1,arc1 t0 f"Ii "Tii
l1.1"."1.011 '"car lots at very low
iw, Him would lecommeml
ersto buv tboir ,7 ' "v ",".,.,"' "T
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Call or telephone elevator
puces, which will ntn..ic,i.
y"'. x. o. iS""
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(John Iioflinan, Proprietor,) 0lIIoustQHS!f
Saloon anl Restaurant ontlieEuroj
FINE FURNISHED ROOfrlS UP STAB
Tho Talilo will bo Miiipllcd with tho best tlio markets
At tlio Bar can bo hud tlio
FINEST WINES, LIQUORS, BEEB,
Ooaa. X ex-sr c,3a.c3. Nlgm
Gunoral Coinmls.lon Merchants In
Very AVell Put.
,..KV?,y (1) (,efer till i
.. ""0111)111(1 to to-Uav'.' Win.
Ww us hi o Vlnro- 1)11 W
bottle 5i I'1 ?,,0W require n ilo.en
COTTON, WOOL, HIDES, ETC
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE!
Houston and EVSain Sts., Between 13th art1
Port '3L?-tl3L Te:
nBVobmonr8V.c.Hin.(l?on.?Pn!lBninenti.1 and caniful attentWI
dla an Nation coai. ' vtKU BaoRfl and Twluo turniBnau -
ORDERS RESPECTFULLY BOW
106 and IPS Front Stroot. near Texas &
H. F. SPEER & C9i
FORT WORTH STIRRPP i
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