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TTTP, O AZKTTE: PORT WOUTIT, TO&S, F1UDAY, AUGUST 3:
TAYLOR & BARR'S
Special Sale oX"
ilks and Satins !
PROM TUESDAY, 8 A. M., 31ST, UNTIL SATURDAY, 10 P. M., AUGUST 4TH,
75, WILL HE SOLD AT ' : : : $ o)
1.00, " " " : : : 75
1.25, " " " " : : : 00
1.50, " " " ":.::. 1.25
1.75, -" " " " : : : M)
2.00, " " ':::. 1.50
( O- t if ( . . 1 ij
.., . . J.IW
2.50, " " " ':, : -
8.00, " '' . ' - ' H i : : " '2.25
1.00, " '-'. . . :j.(M,
t.50, '' 'r : : : ' :..
5.00,. " " " : : : 4.00
The above stock being complete in all grades renders it the finest opportunity of the season for
JS'ew Thno Table.
North bound -.. IU0 r. i". .2 p. in.
houth bound ........, 6:1 n. in. S;4j h ru
TVS AS AMD 1'Acmc.
Fiiittoouml........... 'Mn,in, 2:Su. in.
Wcit bound . n"i i. in. o 25 it. m
r.(lijtlll.!SlH'rillHIl.. SiVji. 111. 2- fin. II).
Weal, " S:10 1. m. 2:9i n. in.
Iiiyl bound, (rla. llur-
hlittll MllUup.) ...... Ki. ni. 9-SOa, m.
Wtat. Kxcepl Suniliiy.- 4.-2J u. m. fc33 . in.
OHT WOUT1I ASH DK.fY.EU.
itBlli booml , 7.)n. in
HouLlPsyiiiU - 7:15 p. in.
OULF, OOI)llAI)0 AM) SAXTA IT.
New Orleans, ..- 10:15 p. m. 9: Hi n.m.
l.impiuuH a ) p. in. 10 00 it. ni.
AccoiiUHlittloii S 00 p. in
"Wholesalo and Retail DmIck In
OXJi:NA. AJISJy IANCY GOODS.
A IiAIiaa LOT OK
"Wo liftTC rented the linmlsomo new building located at the corner of Fourth and lfpfS
ami wo will navo lo move toy nepicniuer iirst. tho less hiock M'c navo at nioving li'
expense w ill he atlaehed to the nioring. In consetinence, we liavo determined to innlttfextl
dinury reductions in the prices of goods. "Our clearing salo will ho outdone." Nof,
that are nulled or almost so, can he clothed and outfitted at a trilling cost. Tho reM
lion begins Monday, tho thirtieth instant, and it is to the interest Of all consumers
to call at once, or sooner. "We don't want to movo any goods at all if we can
help it. llcmemher this if you can; if you can't, cut this article outnnd
paste it in your hat. Clothing, Furnishing .Goods, Knts, Valises, ami
' almost anything you can think of in the line of men's goods at
prices unheard of in the history of Tort Worth. Call
and have tho nhovo facts substantiated at- once.
UuUSSp aP nilUvlUli
BUY THE GUARANTEED
401 and 403 Houston and 402 Main St., Port Worth, Texas,
a mi.vii iMHr.YNCi:.
11i DatiRliIrl' of it Vlr 1'rPi.lilrut of till)
UnlleilMitteK unit Wlfo fn Ilunhlitn
Kniliimiuiilur tlKKlliR "'I' Wit'
Wheeling, "W. V ItPKltor,
5Yctenlav tiltenirwn u huly Kit in
tliumfUv olt'i-k'H olUcc. Alio had
Hllphtly bent Uieoiico ortH't form tuul
hud touvhvd ti Hilyor tho mven truces
which liud loft nonu of thulr oldon
huftucdH and ubiindanci1. About her
olotiiiiiL' wub an iiidefliuiblu hoiiii'IIiIiik
wlilvii. in HjiKe of their fmyed appoar
niac, Btamped their nearer as a peiwiii
of (iiialily and lefineuient. One
of her hands hung JiHlleusly to
her Kido, and tho tiemiiVous prnsn of
tlio other was llxcd on a eurlotis, an
tlijuo walking btlck. TJio fneu thai
looked out from tho ijenteel though
faded Vionuet, was withered by ago,
but was speaking and intelligent.
"Thi.re.nUM tho duuuhter of u vlee
prtaldent of tho Unllul Uden," Hiild u
gentteinau an ho eniergtd fiom tlio
"What In she doing hen.'."! asked the
"Actually bt'gglnj her lramportu
iUni to Baltimore," wub the r.eply.
ThiH wih euotigli and tlio next mo
ment the lopoiter amib silting by the
old lady, llHtehlugto her Had, fitrange
lilfltotyiiH It fell from her own lip.
Her lather, she Hidd, wan William
,JufuH ICIng, vluo-ptesldent of the
United Btatrf) under rrtaldenL Finnk
liu J'ieree; and her husband wms CJon.
JItinlt'r,Uoied Ktidrs mliiiHter to Jtua
ila during President Jaeksou'a Ilrst
toiin. King was xi wealthy man and
bo was Hunter. Jliiwthen con hi the
daughter of one and tho widow of the
other be hi Biieh indionee, Becking aid
frgm tho eountryV Truth 1h stiaugcr
than lletion. nudthlH-feoeiutd utitrango
piece of truth.
isirrt. Hunter hiuu hiio wnu over sev
enty yearri old, and hud, unfortunately,
married at tho early ago of AnirUun
yciiVH, hoi husjband,Uen. Hunter, being
then thhty-two. Ashoit time alter
their nmrriago Gen. Hunter teeelved
from i'rceldent JaekKin the nppoltU
nienl of minister to tho com t of the
ear, and tho nextHbc ytnrn of their
life wore uncut at fit. lMethburg.
Upon lelunlng to this country they
uncut several yoain In thot-outh, pi In.
elpallyjln Kontueky and Tennc-sce.
In 16o:i her father went to preside over
thodellberatioiui of tho United Btatea
hpuuto and alio removed to Washing
ton, where her huhbattd died.
When tho war broke out nhe was
Jiving in hnulevlllo, wheio sho had
largo property. Venting confiscation
by tho Federals sho wjih Indured to ar
range n Minposed salo with a prom
inent Unionist. Hlic gave him u bill
of palo and he turned over to hor 2iK),
,GiO in cash hi tho presence of wit
nesses. She did not deslro to be
tumbled with tho mmeynd lelurnod
it to him, In trust, hut when she
V.niled-lt ho denied all knowledge of
it. The otio witueMj prcnMit could
never bo found, and sho could not
iitxv.hur case lu tho suit she bioutrht.
iler wealth gone sho went to her chil
dren Xu Memphis to malahr lionio,
liftt the yellow fever fccourgo of '70 ear
iled thau all oil and left her upon tho
"Whwt was tho imtno of lh Jiinn
who got jwur money V" asked tJUo re
potter, " .Mrs. Hunter ilien learned bho Jiad
l.t'eniconveiing with a teporler and
beeaiueas mutoas n clam. She said
sho hud rclathvea .nnong tho Kings
mid did not with to anger llnim by
any newspaper fiolorlety. Hlio came
to tho city on Wednesday evening and,
spent hor last pouvv for lodging and
iireHKiMi ni llio ,0. Juane.s iimct.
Veftetdny she sawsovt ral eommlisiou
is and llnally ubtaht'd from Mr,
(Jromoiotd the means to carry her to
Ciiiuberlund, Fho desired to jr to
JhiJtluioto, and If sho fallb'l ' find
frlonds, would po to Wnb.Mngton,
wherosho knew .Mr. Corcorai.N who
was an old schoolmate) and playJ'te.
nun vnu wouni putjierin lite retieai
jio nan louniicd.
Successors to Kneolaiul & Harrison.
INSUKANCJ3 AND HEAL ESTATE AGENCY.
3:P. HALE & CO.
MASON & HAMLI1
i !Ul.?,,nuIilH HoW ?" '"mil'ijonts. Call In nnil trntlc your old piano or ornn for n now ono
to ptiy the dllturetico In. Kxtnnino our goods nnd lenrn our prices befoio jou buy.
wo will nllowjou UsfQlltila
PIANOS REPAIRED AND TUNED BY EXPERIENCED
iVo nlm lmvo n, fuw
r those iiiittchlo s
Tx-sirji?E: idttxjo- 3x.oi-nriss
oflotn o( Insurunro Cotnpanlca roprcsentf il over 9120,000,000. Klro
i i.muiu unu uiiy i-ropen
I'ollcleH tyhiied. Toxuh l.nmlu Mill City Property bought nnd Bold.
paid, nuiibps rcnea
gLMiernlly accepted as true. Her con
veisatIonVa.s lluentand elegant and
she displayed a thorough fandl'arity
witn tuo political History 01 tne coun
try; In a dlgnlmd yet giateful way
shy accepted tlio kindness tendered
In-, and was sf nt hopefully on her
way. It was an aUueliug snectaclo to
see a woman of her age, and especially
ot iter History aim anteecaems, wttn
deiing thus about, penniless, friend
less and alone. ,
ROTAX. fcLSfeH.. STIT f!CW
, Life and Areldon - - iw auu -a joi ti ksti jy nrvk m Kta au bAkll
Tftxta rendered and .-i. - -. " --
RFF1 Pf!TlP lifilit T unparalleledbahS
mmMma &0 WW
I pot3 1 v 35u'
"Men lVlia IVagcr.
Now York Sua Interview.
"On a good tlay at Hhcupsheud Hay,
tho heavy men will avcingo $20,UU0
each, while somo of tho now light
weights will not book morothau a lew
"What Is the highest bet overbooked
In this conn try'."'
"Tho Plunger bet Horton, Charley
Iteed'a partner, SdO.OOO to &I 1,000 on
tlirolle, in her uteowith Barrett and
Ilootjael; last fall at Hheepshead Hay,
and Charley Heed bcUtho Plunger
anotlierU),U00 even on tho s-uno lace.
That was the blgght sweep in a single
'Who Is tho freest better among
"I'leiro JiOiillaul. Ho has placed
810,000 on a race. Hebetalnan oil
hand, indlbcriuiintito way, ami backs
Ids own horses handsomely. The
Dwyets back their stablo heavily at
time's, as well as tho hoisea of other
owners. Thoy io more easeful than
IMcrro. Ex-Gov. Uowlo is a strong
backer. Tho owners of tho horses
run under shtowd old Hph Snedeker's
name, tnciuuinguoimani, occasional
ly olvo in tleeply, Tha Uulys chip up
Ihe'lr money ftecly. In tact, all the
owner, trainers, jockeys and even
stablo boys take their chances."
When beltluv in tho grent ring be
comes dull the ookiHnkeT.s,ofton Jump
at each other, (iray-hcaded James V,.
ivelley when thollt Ison will put up
fiont W000 to ?10,OJO. Ho has
won and lost moto money pioba-
bly than any other member of
tho fraternity. When a young- man
howoikedat plastetlng lor a dollar a
day. Ono hot Hatuulay night ho
thiow down his tools, sweat lug that
he wnu)),turvo before he AVottld han
dle them Vgatti. Young David. John
sou, son of Thomas, is thumot inipul
siro gambler in tho ring. His shout
of "SlO.OOV to f 1,000" was tho cause
of his paying oyer tho former
amount to a. btother bookmaker re
cently. Cldgo & Co. and n fuw others
will risk nirtny thousands on a iace,
hut tho majority eonllno their possible
los.set to about &l,0Q0,
Heavy Individual betting Is excep
tional however. Tho bulk of tho
money, which sometimes aggregates a
quarter of a million a dav in books,
mutual and auction, aitd combin
ations rouics from the general throng
of raco-goij s.
ISttU Krnncliico I.vlter.i
Slngulilrly, the hottest weather im
mediately about Ban Francisco .bay is
alway:lu connection with a north
wind. '"Our "northers" are, in fact,
ono of our niott marked and invs(crl
o,u lustltutloiw. TJicy prevail
u'oniiy in tuo spring; nut
we are liable to them at nil times of
tho jrvou r. Whence they (snne, their
origin ir track, has never yet been de
IhieeJ by tho meteoroloaUt. Jt can us
ually ho told u few hotint In advance
Unit a. iimihcr Is coming, Tho
Do you ever fall into them t For instance, v. hen in want of a suit,
a hat, some shirts or other 'Mixings," do you over ask yourself
where you can liny to the host advantage, and ;it the samo timo suit
your taste I If so, and you are unable to answer, visit our house and
we guarantee lo solvo tlio problem for you easily and pleasantly.
Jn (he matter of SUITS, for example, those selling at eight
dollars and a half are, of course, plain toIook at; nevertheless,
they will wear well and add to your appearance.
II you can ailord a better and more DRESSY SUIT, ask to see
those selling at $11, $12.80 and $13.50. Our assortment is
larger than you can find elsewhere, and the very best Milne is guar
anteed for whatever sum you spend. Don't forgot (hat if you buy an
article from us and feel dissatisfied afterward, that you are at liberty
to come back for tin exchange or got your money refunded.
Ladled and Genii
At tlie Star Shoo Store
r i ,i
ra, raiiors mm i
Cornor Houston nml Second Streets.
in the hill lanjjes. The an hid has no
tv-Ut or whirl, foitunately; if it had it
might be very destructive. It moves
In straight lines, but with Intense
It is evidently a land wind, and as
evidently of desert cpiallty. It is ter
ribly, tomethiiea fatally desiccating to
all vegetable life. Mhreo days of it
would surely leavo a wheat Held as
parched and dead as though a lire had
swept It. Tho hillsides about Oakland
on Monday, Juno 4, weio as fresh and
gteen as April; on Thuisday, Juno
7, they weio brown and drv as
yours Iu August. Tho calla 'lilies
withered, tho roucs crumbled oil'
tho stems.the grass shriveled, currants
were cooi;cii on tuo uusttcs. a pccu
llarolectrto condition accompanies tho
noither. Cattle, horses, dogs, chick
ens, people, are mado almost uncon
trollably Irritable. Foitunately (.ho
norther lasts usually not more than
twelve to twenty hours. Thteo dayB
of It would bo destructive; and it
comes but tlnco or lour times a year.
Tuo Men Killed by Otto Ihillct.
From a private letter wo take a ter-
ilblo story of a murder which occuned
ne:r Clarksvllle. almost at tho North
Carolina line. Two brothers weio at
tacked by a nihn who knocked ono
down and jumped Upon him. As ho
was prone upon tho man tho other
btother sunt him in tho back. Tho
bullet pat feel tluotigh tho bodies of
both men producing Instant death.
It is said that when Gov. Hutler's
son Paul entered Harvard College, tho
fat her handed a blunk check to tho
hoy. shying; "Everything I have Is
abuse this confidence.
i nuicli yours as mine; draw at your
ivii dlseiAtlon." Tho youth did .not
Your artlclo in this morning's issue
wherein you counsel moderation or
forbearance In tho present unfottunato
attitude ofschonlniattcn, in this city.
I doubt not meets the hearty approvld
of all good cltici.s, whoso only aim Is
to promote tho object for which tho
school tax bus been so geneiously
levied and pad by our people, namclv,
to educate the children within our
city limits. Without some such coun
sel M'o ate ant lo allow this eh ugglo to
degenerate Into a scramble for places
by placemen. I bellovo wo have a
mayor and board or aldermen who are
heartily In sympathy with tho public
schools and tho noble object sought to
bo accomplished by theim It befiooves
w tii, t0 s,"k more personal
eonsidonitlons, and keep in view
ho man object. It was with
ilsbpliitthatl tendered my lesigna-
tlon to tho eitv council yesterday as a
school trustee, twice tendered nio by
n0,1CZ"nn, " while I did then anil
do now thank them for their distiu
gulshed consideration, yet tho manner
in which tlio last ordinance Mas
5WUYuclilnB the oath of iruS
Millie 111 POtltliivnnltii n. . .'
l.iw ...i.i" i." "-""J"' ".'. ""-' "into
-..., uivu oiny requires tuo trustee
dlscbargo tho duties of th0 olllce "
Ll,i,,,,,,,t U to..th0 lH!st ,trlB f tV.e
. v. '" 'cure ami
council to iinnol
ii'ifnk ...... ir
ordhmnee! "y "" lml fncto
With 111.. lm,n,f D 1.. ..... .
Hon i,;.i r "'"": V. ".ns?,J ennum
nerlte Z, ? ..V"?., "J 1
allow Mm r.U..
to appoint a successor In no
LA ss fort worth, -d
Wm.Ukowjt. ciias C'ltOMEII. - lUht
ww. Mm wr & I
Dcalcrj in till kinds or
Staple and Fancy Groceries
PEOBUCE, provisions, mm li
Coi'nei XXoxiKton. and JFii'st Stieeb
state ot 'lixah for 1 i-mminr,'.. r,..
proved Health-Preserving corwjt, man-
iiactmcd by Itothschlld Joseph k
aller & Co. in th city only. This
corset s recomiuended by the best
physicians of Chii'M.m .il u... ..
it-iisiveiy usc( . It l reveals tho nvil
Of uc inn' VBht ,ndn. B'SS M
ofaction on account of its elasticity
In a neat elicular issued by (lie mnnu-
SW? rl H-asons is
glen why the Hemm ng improved
ami I f ?!?U,h,,m ""i.v-'lTy mlojdcd
one, aller 4t Co. a call and examino
SrVi"51'1' r-E""'l Uhes toas
no. . m." ihcyAviUhavo a per
fect ttngiuliole and ho tliorouulilv
ft!tulS,0r Ul ,uoney w lio le-
A TN ...
The Palestine exploration fund lias
Indirectly recovered from a JJedouin
ihcro is swept clear' of nil iiae. tho tribe east of tho Jordan, nieces of skin
llllii m shnriiK' di'Mni'd. nml Imva n I iontalnlin' nnrilmia nf l)iiilronnine'
ireallitio look. Then n heavv roar Is and tho Coniiiiimilmopt-i. mado about
TbJsfstlH'etoryflho told, and It was Jjeaui fioill file rnnyous and till gaps (SOO years before Christ.
J bo fall term of this Institution win
t m "i.i,;i.;. " ,),n,J,e ,,s virtues in
M.V',1,,Vrt.nfU,ner-. - bavo recom-
-." ' " ii a irriiiL n.iiiiv iuru .r
W Innii iw. .. i." ... -"j "-." 'i
r.f ;V' tKi """ wntl ll happiest
lv for ,i"'e Uml Vn 'ii inn.
!emry"fo?ule..,.a th ",C,1Iui"e clofcuL
'lWr'i.iffx;lnUt',' Sessions, -Kmils,
USL I f I rl"lV? brUa '"-''"-llltcl by lllQ
" of Urown's Iron Illttois.
.1. 2 "lu " C0I will hud
Thrco tin co-ion BojlM
For particulars call enWH
Worth Ico Company. TLWa
can now bo seen ln suj
tion, turning out full cspa5
purest and clearest Icclm3'-'
in the state. They can h!
bargain, as. wo wish t"E.J
larger machines. i?
.Vr,U ,' A.! " AfA'SnHD
Snpposo you trad? wlt?
Tucker nextntontli. vB
WIIITB KID Oltfl
ERS, ETC., FOKTHKyg
Suppose you trade with ?
iiuiejr next nmiui -
HALL, AT COST, jfc
Tucker next month, j
Sleepless ntffil ia,J.lSv
llint Inrrttiln ,TllIL'll. CWfT
the remedy for you.
I ho Toxjim rnvAvi. .,..(
Iinvn .nM il?.":-. .,""J,,,l COmiMUI.V
to tl e i ,"u "rrr"i y?utf cattle I
bavo dellvurca" them inSby'S',,;
it to their
Yrivi.rftL1"."1".0" .o ' Prices.
coal ,?, ....V.. ')0 ,.l.ucrt "''t by tlo
or on car's at7ni.,es.U " VtliL'H ,,e
. N. C. llitooics.
Rin,..0 T" TT
qWbV.VnAuu "i"10 with Spencer &
I dicker next month.
SunnoKo vott trade
'l1nil:i.f nnvf mnildl.
FOlt AUTJ5SIAS $&
Xotlco or Aimiw'MSj
The stockholders oflW
Opera-House CoiiiWii 'fS
tilled that tho aiin,,",ffi
rectors, to serve tliQf5
bo held on Saturday, -TO
h.'JO u. m,, at
S. AV. Lou
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