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GAZETTE: FQBT WITgASATUTOAT, JULY 28.
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TAYLOR & BAKrc
Special Sale oi
Children's, Boys and Men's
-m. B H H H . M -
Under (ho Imnrossion ilml you coiiltl buy cheaper then limn now; but you vrouW j
hotter limo limn now to " book on" to bargains. The strike ol' llio (olograph operate
price of clothing ni present.
No Telling .What Dahiage Might, W
STRAW, FELT AW STIFF-
ir llio striko should bo protracted; but "monopolists," powerful as (hoy arc, will 1
what (ho public agrees is n just demand. 4
till lO IE.3MC. Sztfixrcaa.'y-
27E.023a O A..3MC- 35Txa.o.y
Hut tfinl has nothing to do with what wo want .to say. "Wo have no poetry Hlu
you this week. , v
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C3"OLX J? "TLa.X2.X3. " JLWJLfe8iAJL JLfcS !
so mo will hnye to omit everything (hat does not appertain to "strictly busijie,kvf(
"hole' in our slock with our clearing sale, yet we would lain dispose of it entirely. L
lions in prices invariably facilitate sales, and since wo have marked down our juice
look for a good trade all during the .summer inontlw. "Wo have a cool place, consider'
dinary heat. Come round and loaf will us. You are welcomo whether you purchase prwi'j
Trri-sx r-ot-utrxa. to 3ELo;xa.lo,x"
SPECIAL DRESS GOODS SALE FROM TUESDAY, 8 A.M., 31ST, UHTIL SATURDAY, 10 P.M., AUGUST 4TH.
JSV Time Table.
North tmutiit wrt-,n-
buiilh bound m o:i5ii. m.
ILXAH AWI 1'ACmC.
Kmtbimnd !?" '"
Voni bound ) P. "
Knslvti.hcriimu fLl'- m
"Wwl. " a:Wp.m.
Rut bound, (t1i. Jliir- ,.
ninth. I MlilHM.,) i"1-!"'
Wi.ui. l'xpciiluiuliiT... l:i ii. in.
FOHT WOllill " un.. i.
North l.ounil ,. 7;Wa.m
South bound 7:t5i. in.
OUI.V. OIJLIIKAUO At BAMTA TH.
New Orlennn, 10:15 P. n. 15 ft. in.
Ijiinpivwi...... SCO !' '" 10-Wn-'"-
.lU.lll lie ......
2:15 n. rn,
9 -" i. in
'i tt n. IP.
1.01 iv. in.
9:39 u. in.
iVi'i p. m.
8:W p. ni
Wholcflulo and Rotall Dcolumln
CHINA AND JfJUSGT GOODS.
ONE-PRICE GLOTHiERS AND
cjass irjca rs cp r Kia s gEK gag r 3 h gav pBn
H tSL lR.W VLrJ fid I4rr. t M " H VV fcl F1 Ml F1 fifiW Ed (
w IS. 'Hn aa h H fi wS vLo S '&- k0 $ WL I
nor. lot of
A CAPTIOUS OIUTIC
rind' I'a-iU 1" Ailuiii'ii "It'i llm Amuse
Tlio Democrat hhjh thu nltractlona
provblwl for tho now ojium Iiouho mid
iiubUnhud in jeatorility'aUA.irn'JMylth
ihuexccpUon of Kmiim Alibotl, I'icil
"VuriU, Joo Jfllcrhon mill J lose
Eytingo, uro ": lough ii lot of burn
stoniiLTH na the tlriuimllc editor of the
JJcnwcrut hiii ever steu grouped to
gether." The UA.irrn: eiuinottiUurd
tho luxury of a "ihiiiimtte editor," hue
upon ijenonil liiforiimtlon and some
observation vouHl 8iij.'edt that the at
tractions are about ai ootl as are ob
tained Tor cities very inueh larger than
Kmt Worth. Peonloln rit. l.oul-.Chl-
ool'o and like plaeeH 111! tho hoiiHes fur
Tom Keene, O. B. Bishop, llaverly's
MltiHtrelH, Ford's and Hess' opera eotn
panlen and JeilVoyH-Lewla. Minnie
UnuJ: Irf aiipiiioitl oy inoat Jiulgea in
this fotmtiy and Jittroputo be able to
wnible a lew lines. John Dillon used
to I o very funny in J.anoriH and other
nieces of that ill?. Allllon Noblea luolta
very much of being a poor eharaeter
actor, ami thero are few
belter low comcdhuiB than Roland
llud. In ixpui-lng tlue opiniony,
theUAWrrn: fclmnly alluns ltHelf with
tho treH unil imltllo everywhere. Jtt
Is unfoitunate that Kort Woith cannot
have lidwln Booth at $ 1,000, or Patti
at $"),())() a nlghtt or import Wallack'a
eoiuiianv for a few weclw, but it cun-
not well be helped until tho city gets
about 100,01)11 innumiauiH. Mean
while, wo will have to con Unit our
selves will) tho assurance that "the
J)t3tnacrtU pioposea to stand by iho
people, who lay for thelrainusements,
in thlsiiuestion, during tho coining
season, and xv III glvu fair, Mjuaie, im
partial aceounlsand criticisms ol wliat
ovor Ih jiiif upon tho boards; but no
tice In given now that tho average
amount of 'tad'y' heietoforo spiead on
humbug tiavellug theatricals in Tex'is
Avill be entirely eliminated fioni theso
columns, and troupis will have to
fitnnd upon their tueriis." It may be
cruel to the poor playeis, but tho peo
ple will rise up ami call that ciitie
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TII12 M12UOHANT TKAOJ3DY.
Cliat, Iljimun Adilmllli'd to Ton Tlioiumut
401 and 403 Houston and 402 Main St., Fort Worth, Texas.
The cyclone h;is arrived, nl dropped u cur-load oi" Pianos and Organs down ailM
sec them sure lielore you nuy. 'jnree yrnues eacn.
THE VOItLD-ltKNCmNEl) WlOltKU, the ilrlitrlii of all famous musicians.
THE UXQULS1TK IYKKS & POND, a duulicjito of tho Cbickcring piano-Mr. mV.R!
been in the eniplov of ChieKering Ar Sons twenfy-iive years. This is a new instrumcBt h
and so far yery highly appreciated. The Kew Eiifjlaml Conservatory of Music, Jtoston;pi
Ivci-s & Pond pianos for use in their institution, in preference to all others, alter a carefo
ol every piano made in Iioston.
THE HALE PIANO, known to all as the best low-priced piano on the market.
IN OKGANS we have the ESTEY, MASON A: HAMLIN and the SiLONJLGEB,iritli
Pell attachment three ol the best grades manuiactureil.
xJxBi?l,x,xJ3E!aroS3:r3" d& Bs:au2.axbXP3r?!
Successors to Kneeland & Harrison.
INSURANCE AND HEAL ESTATE AGENCY.
abdoIb of Insurnuco Coinpanlca renrefientecl oyer 120,000,ooo
1 1.1UU1H nnu uivj j-ruuui
PollolCH lssiiQit. Tiixni I.mulH nn
pal'l. HoKe roiicil
Fire. I.lfo and AcclUen
Oily l'roporty bought aud Bold. Taxes rendered and
Ve are .selliui; any ol these instruments at, coinpelim? prices aim on mo nnst terms.
Go and see alt the little places in town where you will find one or two instrunients,i!)
i'h Dallas hut wind up at Eiser's, and see if wo don't make you thrice happy forso
Write for catalogues ami prices.
EM! A Y FI SFR
THE Tlllltl) AND
ThoCiAxr.Tn: had ti call ycfiterday
Irnm Col. C. H. JlyiiHoti, proprietor ot
Hyneon'H Sprlnus near Jilarslmll.
whoso hoii Chns. Hynson killed .Har
ry -Merchant at Hulwl last weel;. Mr.
Jlyns.on haajiiBt returnitl from Jlalrd
ami was en loute to Marshall to make
a bond of iMO.Odl) for hl bon. While
nt liaird hornet Mr. John Merchant,
father of thu joim uinu who wah
killed, and It was by his consent that
n'prcllmlnary examination was walvid
and Cha-s, llynson's bond llxed at
once. Col. Uynsou bays Mr. Mer
Clmnt and all of fho cill.oiiH of Jlahd
M'ltli lioni lie came in contact treated
him with the utmost courtesy, and as
slued him that Chtis. Unison should
navo n inn ami mir trial, j nev con
sented that tlieyouiiK man should ac
company him back to this city, and
he is now In charge of .Sherlll'Maddox.
Col. Ifynsou Miy.s ho will have no
trouble in irettiiiK Hi' ooud and will
send it on from Marshall by express.
The sleek of .1. JJ. Doujilierty it Co.
wtm levied on late Thuibday. night bv
yherill'Maddox, under a writ of at
tachment Mtcd out by John Nichols
for ?lllt. Thero" aro other claims
HKiunsi io biuei:. Uno by Mrs, V, J.
Kdlebrock for $M, and another bv
J.enueiuopl & Co. for 7i:t. An inven-
uuy id ot-iiiB taaen ot ijio noelc which
is valued at Home ltitK) or more.
if Mrs. A., who sent nu ndvertlne-
incut to tue HA.i:rn: will call at this
ollleo she will confer a favor.
Mr. 11. llic. lrnn.iii,.,, ,., .
'My wite has used JJrown'a Iron Jtlt
tera with mljHfacllon. It has im
proved herappdlio and atrenglh.
A eomtnodlous addition is heliif;
built to Dr. MtMiro's palatini mansion
in tho Fourth ward. Everybody seems
to j;et rich in the Fourth.
Some of tho citizens of thoThird and
Fourth Wards aro decidedly opposed
to uravtl between tho rails of the
Several sparring nvitcbes in thoT. &
1 yards yesterday, resulted in black
oyis, soio noses and biuised facts.
A number of the boys belonging to
tile now base ball nine were out prac
ticing yesterday In tho Thlul.
A runaway in tho Wet End enticed
considerable excitement .yestculay
morning. No damage.
Property In the South End is grow
ing up tapidly, and Investments are
iiemg mndu ty tue Knowing ones.
Tho Third ward boys proniiso to
patronize tho theatro liberally. They
know when they get a good thing, and
never tall to lend It their countenance.
Now that the work on tho sewers is
being pushed more vigorously, there
are fewer idle men to bo seen loafing
about the lower end of the city.
Oscar Lynch denies emphatically
that he is n dude. Ho bays thai,
tho boys aro only putting up a job on
him. Hols not a iludo and ho never
loies h's handkerchief.
Mr. .1. C. Wiley, an old railroad man
and well known In tho Fort, has been
appointed ynn' master of the Santa Fe
yard. Ho is a genial, pleasant gentle
man and thoroughly conversant with
all tho details of his business.
Tho house on Main that was blown
against tho Star saloon, while yit un-
uniMieo, nas been again begun on and
is far advanced. Other houses that
Mill'ered are receiving the attention of
etrpciiteis, and aro rapidly assuming
tlu ir usual appearance.
Tho Third and Fouilh ward states
men f-eeni to h.wo become very mod
ert all of a sudden and aro slow to an
nounce themselves as candidates for
aldornianio lhouors. A Gazctti: ic
porter learned jcsteiday, however,
that tho pulse of tho people is being
felt on tho quiet, and when the light
dots begin It will bo ti warm one.
llesidents of tho Third and Fourth
wards south of tho railroad reserva
tion mo waxing exceedingly impatient
at tho delay of the street railway com
pany In extending ihotraok Into their
fcoellon of tho city. They wiy it is
very inconvenient to reach' their homes
at night, or In inclement weather, and
the street railway would not only boa
Sio.it convenience to them, but would
piovo remuneiatlvo to the company.
inn ytw Mijcr vim uvtmepK
and Liver complaint? Shlloh's Vitiii-
uer is guaranteed to euro yon. Sold
by L. N. UruiiHwlg t Co,
Out Sale for tho 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
our Merchant Tailoring Establishment is also full and complete,
J and, if you "want a nice and nobby fit, we can make you
me best in trie state, as -we only engage the best of skilful
workmen to do our work.
D. SCHWARTZ & CO.,
Corner Houston unci Second Streets.
$25,000 city property, paying 25 per
i '" r
Will oo so U on easv
Texas Investment Co.
FOR AUTKSIAN WELL
W. A. HUFFMAN.
Thanks for lie CnUe.
Tho li.umTK ollleo was tho recip
ient yesterday of ti handsome supply
of cake from tholiilliiMof Rr. Aiuli.m-'u
Guild. It was highly Appreciated by
MfiL O W
. i&i i : i .- v
3Lsiclie9 sliucI Gea
ill him Liir oiioew
53 SOTJSTOIT 3d
WK. BSOWN &
Deiilcrd in all kinds ol
T3io Best and Cheapest
In tho Vnltecl Ktntci.
.J. 33. 3HTCIIELL As CO.,
Aaoiitn, H'ovt AVrth. '1'nxi.M
Mitclioll & Scruggs, Dallas, Texas, General State Agents'.
There will be n meeting nt Bull .&
M.cCart's otllco of tho .stockholders of
All are earnestly reqiusted to attend.
J. 1'. WOOD,
Sleepless niyhta made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's euro is
tho remedy for you. Bold by L. N.
Brunswig & Co.
Dissolution of Partncr.ship.
B.V mutual consent Mr. .TnnnliMnvni-
Worth Park Driving Asocin-! .V," l.,,lHay withdrawn from our lit in.
m day evening at :t o'clock. 'l0 lmfs will bo continued ns here-
"""' "J "is sueeessois, wno will tis
muiienll liabilities mid collect nil dues,
tho firm nniue remaining unchanged.
Si:i.Ki.UAX, Mayi.ii & Co.
Having disposed of my entire inter
est in tho above llrm, 1 ask for them
palronngo and' custom of my friends
and the public generally.
Wenar & Samuel having transferal
their book accounts to us, all who aro
indebted to.tneni will pleao como for
waid and fcctllo their accounts at once,
or legal proceedings will bo Instituted
I. Ooi.Diimto & Co.,
CO and OS Houston street.
An lntiotlvo condition of tho blood
and liver, is tho source of nearly nil
diseases; they nro mudo pure, netive
and healthy, by using Iliown's Bursa
parllla. and Dandelion with Iodide of
l'otiifttlitm ; it hpiedily curcfl: Dolls,
I'imples, Kidney Dlseates, Ulcers,
Scrofula, Erysipelas, Dyspepsia, Rheu
matism. Try this Great Blood Puri
fyer, Brown's Sarsaparllla, ask your
druggist to show you tho formula
printed on every bottle. All druggists
sell Brown's Sarsaparllla.
St. Chillies Hotel.
rienfcnnt local Ion, cod rooms', good
table. Miado trees, etc.. ttc, at llio St.
Charles Hotel. Dr. Stewart, proprie
coats from Mo un at thn
House, 13 Main
Cortll Coal!! Coal!!!
lam now prepared to furnish "Tn
dianlSutloii'f In car lots at very low
rates, and would recommend consum
ers to buy their supply before cold
weather. Call or telephone elevator
ollleo for prices, which will nitonish
Ycpy AVt!l1 Pu-
Wliy do defer till to-morrow
whnt we should do to-day? Why
do wo neglect u cough till it throws us
nto consumption, and coiisumptlon
brlngsj i UH t() 0Ml. Kmvov rju. yM
HALL'S BALSAM Is btire to euro if
taken iiiieason. It has never been
known to fail. Uso It thoroughly, ac
cord ng to directions. Persevere till
the dlseaso is conquered, as it h certain
o be, oven If it should require ii dozen
liOlllcx. Thero Is no lii.ttnv ..m.n,.!....
where monwy d,b0n,c. Sold enjry.
Staple and Fancy Groee
UODUOE, PROVISIONS, OMARS
Corner lloixston and JTirst SW
(John Ilollinan, rroprietor,) 04 IloustouSI"
Saloiin anfl Hostanrani anfliB Khf
FINE FURNISHED ROOMS UP STA!
Tho Tnblo will ba suiipllcil with Iho best tho market!
ai llio fur i;uu bo linn IM
FINEST WINES, LIQUORS, BEER,
O-03. S,?Er txxc3L STiSI
Qoncrnl C'omiuU Ion Morcliantaln
COTTON, WOOL? HIDES, ETC
OFFICE AMD WAREHOUSE
Houston and Main Sts., Between 13th i
nJ.eral RavRiicomentfl nimleoa coaalgmneuts, anrt careful p"'1!
5?i01.? "'.. BftBin anil Tlea., WioruofeB ami Twtna furnUhW ""
-""" "nuuu rum
OBDERS RfTlRPTTinTPTTT.-LY f$P
106 and 108 front 8lro,ct. near Toxasj
r-m . "' " tart
FOR PARTIGULAltS CALL ON. OR KWSi J
apOHm T7Cr-ft rnrr -r-Tn Cf03r-j
purest ami clriirpKi ii. nm
vrUh to iimuo room for imtfcr umclilacx.
fheo innchhie can now tio sewi la Mieiwrul opomtlon, Ww
a a met a roil In the Mat inVrtf WO'W!
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