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TITE GAZETTE: FORT WORTH, TEXAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4.
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.SATUKDAY MOItNINO AUGUST 4.
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punv't I'ublieatUmi tnay alufiyi be found, at
HAN ANTONIO Xo. 2 VoloroKU ttrtct,
J broke Hakkih Manager, Cha8.S3kaauoh
Assistant. . , ,., .
AtJSTJN Corner Atnus and Hou D Arc
ttirtC, It Ciwmoi'HKii Manager,
Ooi-ohamo Citv KD Conn, Manager.
Waco J. K.STr.KKr.MantsJr.
WICHITA llAlU-J.NI). Jl. i'.OKEX.
Tin: slrllse of Hit? operators brings to
the surface lite United States tonnte
committee on ecluc.itlontiti.1 labor, and
it lias met In New York for the immc
dlate reMiinntlon of !1j inqiiity into
the relations of labor nml capital. In
addition to the general questions or
labor, capital and waged, this commit
tee irt'attthorizul to investigate the
subject of labor Htrlke-i, "tlio cnusty
thereof nnd the agencies producing the
same, and lo report what legislation
should bo adopted to modify or re
move such catHe, and to provide
against their continuance or recur-
1EXAS STATK .NEWS.
' paper, has been visited by a clrctls.
LVrtidnl.v they won't sltln Colorado.
, There is u demand hero for n circus nud
The Galveston atkm has n rcpor j think otto could do well,
that some parties are going to make a Colorado can now bo.it of having
ftouk much out of the lower part of , ulc flnet water wagon In the wot.
fJalvestoti Trtlatid. H will embrace Meow. Putnam nnd Hicks, proprietors
seven miles of the lower extremity of 0f the Great Western stables are tho
the Island. ; owners. To see tho wugon and tho
Sherman Courier: Mrs. llenton had i liirse sign upon Its top coming down
about twenty-live more children to
join trie Cinderella band yesterday
evening. The little folks are becom
ing interested In tne gentle may ami
Oak st net, you would think It the
front end ol a clrctls pi occasion.
Tub strike of tho telegraph oper.i
Inn turn cnnHmifMl n Illtlo more than
two weeks and still holds out with no "' ovir in tie uouu e-ircc, ami uie
lllM.lf.1 IHJUtllUIIIK II lUlUl'lll'll, run
It win George Munro, burned out
her entcrnrlse. and wo have no doubt In New York lust Saturday, who
of a most successful entertainment. proved tlia not only "cheap fiction,"
San Antonio Timrs : A few weeks k but standard literature could be fur-
nirr. Mr. r.'onnr,. Witantt vvlm tlviw tllshl'd to the people lit .OlH tl rates.
near Cedar Hill, wiu plowing in his Hut tlewspaper publishCra ero aliead
Held. He was riditiK a sulkv nlow to o.fhlm in galherlnu' at great expense
wh Ich was uttnehed three horses. A the.news of the world, printing a great
To the Merchants of North Tea
You can find right at your doors, FREIGHT PATn m I
SAVED, at EASTERN nrinon tu ' ,
complete assortment of
llafh of lightning struck -o.near Mr. IkkiK ont overv morning, ami issuing
iisun unit u MiiuiiCTi nun aim ue -"r"-" " " i v " -
(.tiiumon taiiow candle.
Postage to" be Paid.
It requires ono cent to prepay the
'postage on a cony of tho GATSirrrfi; q'ihJ
cent on the Wool Grower and two
ceron the Stock Journal. "Where
two papers aro enclosed in one pack
age, it requires two cents, and If an
other paper Is enclosed with tho Mock
oumal It requires three cents.
Persons leaving the cit or the Mate
during the summer months can have
the DAILY GAZETTE mailed to
them, poitpaid. for $1 per month. The
address man he changed as often as
desired. The GA 'AKTTE will bo mail
ed to travelers In Europe, postage pre
paid, for Si 'Mpcr month,
Tm Dallas Times says the best et -orgies
of tho government are devoted
to the care of tho Apache Indians and
tho Dallas Itepubllcaiis.
Tin: executive committee of the
Louisville Exposition havo praoti
oivlly excluded tho working man fiom
enjoying the pleuauio cn" visiting the
exposition by closing it on Bun
days. Tun governor has nettled tho dlfll-
cultlcsln tho board of managoit. of the
lunatic nsyltun by the lemoval of the
iccaleitrant mcmbei'Ji.' The alHiiinl
uJilollneisu very eiroctlyc remedy Jn
Tin: presidential progress furulMiea
the iiio-.t Important Iteih of the meagre
press report being received by wir .
It is a gor icons pageant more in keep
ing with the pomp and circumstance
ot a monarchy thud the simplicity of a
II T -
Cai'T. W. H. SiNci..viH, the princi
pal owner of the Galveston pavilion,
had" returned from Michigan hut an
hour or two pievious to the burning of
the pavilion. It was a bonfire in hon
or of his return home, butv one which
he did not appreciate.
nil- CM I I
Gov. Fosti:h stated publicly that'
JIOAXiiA' hud said that tho nomination
:& jfoshini ?,50,000. Anil now coriios Mr.
- JJf?g5,rtiy',11tni rn-iJUblle speeeli an s
Mr. Fosrmt is a liar. As thego ornor
stands mutothc jiepplt will enter a
judgment of coufehaion iigalubShlm.
Tin: lounlon of P.mison'.h brigand
' k nt Alvarudo was a complcto hucecss
5 ItHttendanco and in its inlereStidg
" cerumoulc. Thescj occasions scjrve to
; j-emenb! the friendships fonu"ed during
Ihe fiHir'years of arduous slruggle lu
which tho nfembcrri of this biigado
- took a conspicuous nnd honorable part.
signs of Weakening by cither party.
That tbo company has continued its
business for this length of time, anu
has trausaeted'it In a comparatively
satisfactory manner is evidence of
their ability to hold out against the
strikers indefinitely. The company lias
the advantage of abundant means,
anil a few dollars more or less Is of no
moment to it. Oil the other hand the
strength of the operators must be
weakened as the time 'lengthens.
Some compromise will eventually tcr
mlnate the strike.
MauV Aniikiison lias impressed
the play-goers of London with her
beauty. A London journal says that,
"Never was the realization of tho
poet's Ideal In the 'Dream of 1'air
Women' so completely Illustrated as
by this now beauty." She will uever
appear before the public as a, profes
sional beauty, for her iiuperlor attrac
tions as an actress renders tills, un
necessary. She is as modest as she is
beautiful, and her charms aro those of
the well-bred Southern lady charms
that win admiration aud applause,
without eliciting unseemly comment
or ill-timed prake. The country has
reason to be proud of her, and she
will return to this country with words
of approval and without that criticism
that follows to their home the pro
fessional beauties that visit our shoies.
awav. lmrtinir him virv IiaiIIv. He
Is low)y recovering but for a t hue his
life was dl-juired of. ,
Deuison Jfcratd-Xews.' Mrs. Mc
Mtutry received a letter from her bus- ,
band, Mr. Lee Me'Murtry, Wichita '
Kills, stating that he had been bitten
by a cat. He had a little child in his
lap and the child had a cat In its armt.
Tlie cat was taken with something like
a lit, commenced scratching and aim
ing to bite the child, when McMtirtry
took hold of the cat to throw It away,
when it bit him on the hand. He ap
plied the mad-stone ai.d it stuck for
San Antonio Light: A number of'
our exchanges Continue to allude to an i
Item about $i'J0,0.X) being ollered for a
business lot in this city, In a very iti
ctedulous way, but It is true, all (he '
same, aud we will mention another
item of almost the same importance,
in tho fact that the carpenters em
ployed on the new Terrell block, on
the corner of ...Commerce and Alamo
streets, were laboring -last;.iiight, uu-'
der the broad glare of an electric light.
Snn Antonio is booming in good
Mr. St-uihworth has just tlnlsl cl a
novd. Age fceius to have lost lis
scepter lu her cane; she id as bright as
at si. ti en and writes without the aid
"Watermelon trains are now ns com
mon in Georgia, Tennessteeand Ken
tucky as peach trains will soon be In
Maryland and New Jersev.
THE LIVER AMD ITS FUHRTIONS.
ClT hot bcnniHB writ ntnblkhft't fart IhottbtD
7.1 Iwrrportbmof dlWKrostontiiciitiiobaninaj
y-i UoUrUaubjectarlt laths 0-t Much from!
tf soraedrammeatofta LJrer. TbUorgsi
ala not oalt ma urKut, nut st mo sums time ona ol
th ivxt important. Tli Toou blooJ. on lu te-
In lu psoAcs tnn lmpnrltlis.aa nlu t!n ocrelloat
which re nactsaurior CUMtlon at wll i for
cnUiirtletouslitla ths isoawnl ofwaite mats
rLl Ao.tt'.tmlnflt)d. froalthlslt loaillyMa
thl the IAim U llablo to it out ot order to a
CTMtr or lM sitoat. nuu nnsn tnu occurs it is
Impo.dbls t a: It to proirlr (ulflltls offlcs otfe
moTlnKftllobisclljaabls tnsttir from ths blood,
b-it allows it to I an throuab, carrjrlca with it ths
tiotmns of vslcb It sboald hero boa relieved.
With impuro , , .oa.B.f.SHEJMAH'S
bloM thowbolAsys nrh tDtPKI V 1QU
tvm bcom-i 4Coct'
odtSod au ortsa can
K'i-': " . v
Tin: Decatur Pout ailcctH to see n
speck of war on the .horizon between
the editor or the Glvzirrrujtndt, h-JUi-tabaga
ijUtespinn of Colllircounty.'Th
J'ost is In error. The gentlemen are
tho most, ardent friend j and there is
no prospect of a pnvsago of arms,
whore weapons more dangerous than
pencils will bo called Into usu,.
Tin: GASCCTrr.'s Austin .special says
that tho board compokd of tho gov
ernor, tuasuier and comptroller, will
ineet to'day to examine competitive
plans for the branch lunatic asylum.
iS'o mention is madu of tho supe'nn
tcmlent, whointho publjc was,lvlned.
thu biou appointed becnuso of his.
fjuperior knowlcdgu of tho kind "of
f Urehltecture tstiltablu for Insane asy
P'We often hear of good dyeds being,
done by peooni leailliig notoriously
bad lives unlit it has become to bo a
common paying that a certain olass of
i)ctfduii"ro "the liest-hearteil people jn
tho world." Tho Korj Worth saloon
, men li'iyu come into tho UoUl aa,eaudl-
"-dates for this encomium; they havo
. jVeiluccd the plco of HOhooners to ten
cento, Uoimtnu Post.
If tho quality of tho libation Is an
Jovltlenc.e of goodness, tho-saloon men
of Foit Worth aro the "best hearted
men In tho world," for thoy havo til-
1 Vyj? clh'tn a schooner j)f beer fgr tlvo
foiTtJj, and havo never charged as
much as ten cents fur a schooner.
Tliocllbrtto enforce monility upon
the people partakes of much the same
wltments in olllclal circles every where
one single vice Is selected, against
which the power and inlluence of con
servators of the peace, and tho protec
tors of our morals aud virtues, is
directed .lth unabated and misdirect
ed seal. By selecting ono leading
and piominent vice which they under
take to suppress, public attention is
directed to the sporadic ease of olllclal
virtue, anil those who-aro pulllug the
wires, fondly imagine that the
public,, which. ,is looking, on, is
admiring an'd applauding r , their
vhCuous and commendable- action.
Tho United Stales directs lis
attention to the Louisiana lottery, un
questionably uu immoral and vicious
concern, and the thunderbolts of olll
clal piouuiiclamcutos are hurled at it,
fqr the purpoeof encompassing Itsde-.
struction, while tho stock exchanges,
future boat da, grain corners, and other
equally Immoral and vicious concerns
pursue tho ovui tenor of their way,
swindling aud robbing' all who,, come
in their path w'lthcut a3 much rts a re
monstrance from tho lowers that be.
"Corners" aie lnilriitely more repre
hensible and dauraging than lotteries.
The latter harm none but tho&'o who
purchase its tickets. The inlluence
of the former Is felt by thousands ol
Innocent people who do not know
aught of Ub workings, or thesrticans by
which the Injury is eflccted. The
same practice Is followed by state and
;cuuu(ypiud city oilli-ial?, selecting
some prominent vice or immoral prac
tice to which tho attention of tho
-public isdiieeted, they pounce down
upon It with all oft heir oHH-ln'1 vtclgift'
to dilve lt4out,of exiatnnce,- leading all
tne other misdemeanors to, thrive and
llourisl.'. Just now tho 'Sunday law
Is tho hobby upon which all olllclal
vlrtuert aro concentrated. The man
who sells a glass of heer uetween the
hours ot twelve Saturday night and
twelvo buiiduy night, doeb fo at
the ii.k of arnst and line.
Tho man' who tuns a bunko game,
deals l'uro, plnjs roulette or rouge ct
nolr can openly and llngiantly violate
the'IaW six dajs and nights p the
week, and tho olllclal conscience re
ceives no shock. TIio'Gazktti: fails to
see wherein the sale of a cigar or a
peek of onions on Sunday morning Is
a worse crime than dealing a bunko
game six days anjl ulchts
in tho wi-ek. ' Itoth are
contrary to law and the olllclal oath
does not exempt tlieopo or tho other
yet those whose duty it is to execute
tho laws, who swear that they will do
wo, mid who artji paid fer tills service"
tint st (he than who violates the laV
once a week and permits the one who
violates It sx times u week to go unmo
lested. Thero seems n lack of con
sistency in tills which the public
Would like, to havo explained.
' i lUfls""'" .1 II 1
Tho boy who milled tho trigger of a
pistol while bathing in if Georgia pond
knew the weapon was loaded, ixitsup
posed It would nut go oil under water,
and was astonished when It killed his.
1 ' .ST i i
A sensation has been caused in Vi
enna by tltu announcement that thu
gj eat, U minder, ll.iron pdlauer, is
cngaged'to marry his Housekeeper; In
wealth and Inlluence tho baron Is sec
ond only to the .Rothschilds.
Current Social nnd City Ctiat in Colorado
A Loc-ttl midget.
CorreKpoiiTlendP of the Gazette.
Colorado. August 2. NIc Barry, the
genial hard wared rummer of j our city,
is registered at the Uenderbrook.
The old frame school house and lot
on Second street was sold a few days
ago to the highest bidder, it brought
i-2,'2M cash, J)r. A. J. .Smith being
tho purchaser. The school titislcen
have bought lots in thenoithwest part
of the city, and I learn will at once
erect, a good public school building. '
Our good citizens are not going to let
upon thu school question until some
thing is done. When Colorado can
-.ay and advertise to the public that
good schools ai e here, many persons
wili.fonifl lierr to IiwmIo nml innl.-n
fin vestments who would not now think
Of COillg 8f.
Our otiug fiictid Mally Xason is
stiictly In the wutertLcllon business,
'le bought a cir of melons at Weatli
ei ford last week, brought them here
and spent one day on the side track
tolling them out to thu bos. lie left !
.1.1 .:... ..,.. m.,. f. ii ii i '
mi iiiiiiiiuii: viu i cahi k, J auuiu lUilil
with his car of melons for Uig Spiings
.. ..... 1. 1. I....1. 11.,,.. w. ..,,....., ...
v" ;-$ ilia, iuui iiiwii'. ijavvrao lu i
- AJ runaway to.ini on First street f
cieatcd considerable excitement yes-'
(unlay. The team was (he property
of Dr. Tenell, and consisted of two
horscK and a buggy. They weie soon i
caught ami fortunately little damage
re.-ulted from the itinawav.
Thu biick woik of the l-'iratXatioual I
liankoirtiro collier of AValnut. audi
Second strecs has been commenced I
.Not many warm days will come and
go before Colorado can boast of another
lino bank building. Our brick con-1
tractors put their jobs through on
double, quick time.
Auctioning oil teams and wagons,
and particularly horses, is becoming
quite a business in this city. There
have been sold to the higlwit bidder
in this city during the pnt e.Qk o e
litilf n dozen wigona and nbout one
dozen horses. "Hurrah for the auc- ,
Thu coon light tit tho parka few
evenings past, I learn, was largely at
tended, and everybody bet on tho bi.j
coon. ' i
'1 ho new city counc'l now holds tho '
reins of this city, with Hon. William1
Martin an mayor and .1. 11. Putmun. I
uiorgu iunjiHS, I'agu ivmuiuitu, J. A.
Peacock and 1). L Qulnn asuldermun;
I. 1L liuruey. city attorney; A if. II.
.IL.Tplar, trensuier; W. T. ,Giim,
elly mtttslml, and George X. Skitumer,
Mr. lludimin from Bullo Plain Is In
the 1 nfaut AYonder. His genial coun
tenance is ott u r-e n in thu hiauch of
llee of thoTexas investment company.
Mr. H. l,s out looking at our eouiitv
and city, and will, Jthink. make some
111 VCIillulll-3 41 lltllTVIIUIV.. - -v
took the train
Its itrsnirth. Bo tho
ts ot being;
out, Is con
j nj Utnst'ro
itself ot mU
For nil tho
of tills kla-1
mora is no
PRICKLY ASH EITTERR lo n mfnllrlno
of rare ractir, nail not nn lntozlcstlnR bevorass,
nnaDoinRimr 1 recotatiio iniiscoritosiiec-aDs
ujfdat All tiia.-.Tiltli b(.nollclAlreilla. It is not
claimed tut a curo-nU, but fordsraoRnments of
th orams mentlonul. It Is a cpocitlo and as
n DLOOUPl'ltiriElt ranks obovimllothor pro
rsratlom. Akyourdrussi9t forit, andcUslta
1-ilr trial. It ho basconaon hand. Oiktfcmt it bo or
dered lor jro!.
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO..
U ST. LOUIS AIID KANQA3 OITV, MO
fho fpftalt of TAAr.
anu prnctlcHoI Dr.
u.l. nniniUMi Its
antr for its
ffiittvesand thnt flnjn
but ona or.
is t7 tbclr
tion to d
In ti mild
land Is ne
and is as
FOFI BOTH HERYE 'AHD MUSCLE.
IURI)1 Kad. iF i T0Nlfl
ov iif. jfSXSraj JrTSA ftV' I'tJlIT"
Yi.uug Dr. I'hillips
Tuesday for tjie East.
Mr. Uateman. of JJatcman Jlrothois. ,
wholesale grocers of your city, was
hero a few days ago interviewing our
A full grown book agent is visiting
the good people of Coloiado. "What a '
hhssiug it i to have them ,sJiow their
books and have thu pleasure of their
The Oak-street opera Is in full forco '
and elll'ct again, and a big show every i
Chtis. Mulllns of San Angela Is
numbered Among the visitors here "this I
Tho biick wot Icon (he Ware Bro3.
large dry goods stoic, on Oak street is '
being pushed rapidly, aud whenrnin
pleted w 1 bo quite a roomy building ,
and add much to Oak sti .'(. " i
U. C. Millilten. wholesale liquor
dealer in tills city, has moved Ills stock
or goods from Oak stieet to Sicond!
street, and Is occupying ono room in
thu Di ink water block. " I
MeCall Jlros. aro now prepared to '
furnish any amount of groivricsto par-1
ties wanting to buy. Their plaeu ofi
business Is lu the Davisbrluk building, I
on Second street. '
M. W. liackus A. Co,, wholesale nnd
letall ilry goods men", are also to be i
found on Second street In tho
Davis Black. These gentlemen arc
rrom tho East, and Intend to fairy a
very largo stock In their line.
Cleveland Brothers sold their stock of
groceries this week to McWrlgbt'ifc
Scott, two Mitqrprls-ing ytUing, nien.
Thu retiring II im will noto rusticate in
shady places, and settle up" outstand
Ab,llviulfI notice lu your valuablo
if ') finouUffiT lij frnrri of phif
flrlnii, Hlrt iff UmifiiuuU of peopla ttio
linrei ual It, to be t.'io liril Itnomi remedy
forJitiilltly, D:fiiiciitt, TniJIqmtton, Jom of
jljsgttfr.Ts of ??&!, T.uiiu Complaints,
1'cmato irtvtfenws, OantrteJrrttabllltg, Ma
larial IWcr and mmi; other dhrastMcUorc
tonic avo '.wqulrcd differing cssuitlalhj
from n'latUtv lieef J'ooU and Tonic.
IT IMPROVES THE QUALITY OF
tho lSood and ci rlch&i n, oaais thero
loroftflno (Ht'f(orniicnu(l correct Ico
tiro nsso'latoil with nn nn-ovErosnKD
UTWEOFTUKBLOOI). TUoso ull yield
Us croat rooi tonlo cloruonu.
Itciimpcnnatcsforttao low of vitality,
lnducoilhy Conininptlon, Latnri ior
-Jlronrhtal and Ihroat afcetlont. It
trill rcmid.i rimlnlno Jhblllty and
rclrahurso llio JVnififo jihynlona toe
Ihoso lossa of vltdlit- occompany
lns contplittnfi peculiar to t Ha sex.
Mnllteri mtralntj tllolrotrn clilldicn,
and itiitcata women who qspect to
lcomo molhers uad hrjusup rlgor
oiu children should by all means uao
tt. JTf trld rivtora mffereri from.
Mental or .Yrrroiu' 1'ruatratton aris
ing from Oecr-tcorl;, lirceimca or
- jirotractnl IJUcast. J.t trill euro
Jrnnl:ennesiaud Urn Opium Ilubit
for as the appotlto srows healthier
and tllsestlpn moro vigorous through,
tho uso or this Tonic, tho unnatural
cnvln;; tiles nway unttl totally ox
thict. ItUhiohtybrnrjlclal In Lifer
Oimpltiint, Malarial JVtvr, anil
am. Malarial HUeasai ami for tho
debtlltntlDg fitita ot 1'trrr of any
Ulnd tt Has no t'liual. It repairs
teattc, tin proem DhjestUm and Ap-jx-tltc,
aud alTontA tlio Ihsprptle Tii
ralld an costly a.tilmllabla article,
of food j and la to pliusant v tho tasta
lhat tho most teiisltlvo palato will not
THAT THE IWEDICAL PROFESSION
aaJ liivilltla Ronorally may property
tmderstaud tho mpriu ot "Colden't
IMpild ll-cf 'Jtnio," an analysis by
tho cmliioni chemist. AltTUCU HILL
HASiUU,, JI.P., IMt 8.. ot London.
Kujjlnud ; and also an CHdoreornent by
the rolobrr.Uid physician, rrofessor
sincnxsMCs wimon, i i:.si,l.d.,
of London, aru labvicd ou i ic'i bo:Ue,
AUTION. Colden's Liquid
BEEF TON 10 is nn aubrovlatlon of
ltjrrlflnil tininfomi nfv.a r it.
5fJ8, tlQUlP KXTltAOr OF llBEr AND
TONic l.VVIOORATOU." Hach botllabears
tnisorlclnal unmo-Hi mark ot Kenuirjfiiess 1
hlch should alwas i,0 nbicrrrd, as iio-e I
r irnn jump niitiiiiiiiiis, 'j'hosuperl
orliyottit) materials and ooaiposltlon vdll
t) strictly mnlnt-ilnod. &ild by Dme-lsts
TESTON, 0-VEliAl.AOLJir. IIS Fulton St
ww,, WUI1V9WU, MVAU9.
NOTIONS, FURNISHING GOODS,
Boots, Shoes and Ejj
At tjie Immense Establishment of
P.S --We are strictly Wholesale, and study the 7anbj
liiutiresis oi iviercnants only.
j. i. loSims,
Sign Work, Interor Decorating
AT O.K. PAINTSHOP,
No 9 Main Street.
H. T. HAVE
l utter August 1st clinnKe his
OLD SAINT LOUIS.
Will utter August 1st clinnKe hlaMocatlon of
On Main street, Fprt Worth.
v. w. itouTii,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
OFFICIi-Xo. 13 ,Van btreet. Xeridence,
N. W. Calhoun and Third furceU. 5-20tf
DK. A. J. LAWRENCE.
FORT WORTH, TEXA,
OFF10K,In "Won Hulldlnc, over Win
Brown's Giocery ejtoro.
33 33 INT I" X "X3,
. FORT WORTH, 1EXAS.
OFFICRXo. 13 Main VlreH. Up Stain.
USES NITilOUS OXIDK GAS.
J. J. KAXE,
Architect and Superintendent,
FORT WORTH, TEXAS,
OFJriCS-Ovcr First JTationalVank.
Plans and upsclflcatldus with nil modern
Improvements, including cvtimates of the
cpstor every deccriptlou of bulldtugs lu the
Ity or eountry. FoaloUlce Hox 8). 925t
W.H.COVA. J.V. Pobkv
COWAN & POSEY,
Attorneys at Law, Notaries PubUo
And fittifral Ilea t'.te llrokprj,
fiEETWATSR, NOLilf COUNTY, TEXAS,
At5llnnfVlT?TiR,.1!?n,Ir0,,a I'ands- SPecla
rtauoiui liank, Wcatheriord: Hon. T. II
Texas. ' ' JUJce J" "- F1MnifI Cisco.
Tho Great popular Rjctie
At GALVESTON with MnllorjUK'j
ior K.ey wtbi ana !tivn
Enn Line for JicwOrleuil!
Corpus Chrlstl, Hrownr3't
At AUCOLA with I. Q. N. 1
bla aud towns In l)rK(uli
AllUSliiliKtlU Tllll U.,
(SuiiRet Route! for Co:
Harwood, Luting, San Aim
Uvultlo and Western Tesw
also for Houkton audfcSUru
the Teclie Country. Nift
nil points In tlio Southpaws'
Kflrtt wltli Kw Vnrlr. Tuiid
can ltallwav ir W'hartoa,!
biaiioiis on mai line.
AT iHLANO with I. A G.SBr.
Gonrirptown. Ai:(in. ha3
Ilrauutels, Ban Antoutoui
AtTEMl'LI-: with Missouri fw
AtIcailEaoK with Texiiu
AtMOUQAN with ToxM.tW
volut-'i on that Hue, rt
At CLKIlUnNB, Junction of H
oi u.. u. oi a. v. ii'i.
At VOm AVOItTII with n.fkn.
h ,v I'acmc Itys. for an !
lines; for Kl Kso, SahW
Cisco Riia me pacinoewj"
cas City, St. LbnH, Cbict(
f.ml oil nnlTilt: lnrtll. Eilt
At DALLAS with H.&l.cm
nn,l "llt.s tolPllllimCIW
-Roo Hint your ticket-reat5
S-I'or all Information wMrt
1. M. olake;
W. S. SJILI.WOOD
notiou to coxrraw
L ty. Tisn. will iccelt?
for the lniildliitf of Cpbwi"
county in too city oi ro;- r-ra
in plans nnd MieclilmtloMjJ.
"Wednesday, tlio iOth tIaynfiP";
Tho plimc nud fcpeclflnJ.
Will DO Oil Hit! Ill 1110 uiuij "jj
County Conrt on and o'WfiSTi
Partlen blddlnsoii iruK'
catkins of their proposed wf'Ai
oritiatoriai, nun niufi -j,, ut
out or what cirusti oi '"""-'de.ii
purls of tins work UtoW'K,!
pies to buileuosiieii "'"'"r-siH
Court, and all niaterln mwg
tiunlliy us llio binpi -
woik, , i
M.i n-,r,nnf will b0 inlW
.steel work until eomple'w
trnct, to b dutcr.. lne'1 'WHJ
oi llio wont, in.uio uu- tfij
iiiiiirillimcr1 Court. U
Speclflcal Ions accoinpanrl
iron mid Mod wprlc wijX 3
but liiionerul, arraiiftiwsy
" " I with nlans on ill. IWW' T
P.I flft? fi. CMAIIltmnn "J"0 woikiuugtw5J
"riiiix ljc. iiwimi kvi:ii:i ijrfii:iiii Miinuiu -..!,
Attorney s-at-Law and Real
COLORADO CITY, TEXAS
vli'ereimie.i':irEx-G?vva8- ".I'ortQr, Nash
Tenn. 5 c"1, J " Atkins, ParU,
urnpo-ni wiinpm- " v .,f ihd
piiso to nnd In each Wit ofw'f
,!. rlul HKt.,1 lllUit COTKf
sump ic ntrniMicii. . 7 -A
..A'" "'.'."."' T,Wi. inm ?L
11IU OAIVIIHIUI Ul '",,W
pniiiciiw will ,1)0 wf;ai
nnd every inoiilli on cstimTO .
nrchltcct In cl'M?!i rWl"
rntiiliiHil I. II oneh lllltll IDS""
and iicceptiincuof tU" '"';',
All work to be Jn???,!
tho coiiuiil-sli.ner W""',
lo iiavo such worB" vmKI
C. H. HEMIXGT03,
oniractor and Build8riSi
Plans. Rpecifleatlous acd ostlinatea
furuUbed on application.
Office and Shon on Houston bo
i?o.eiSS and SlIh Sl.reets'
ru iwf i,vitb
to bo pal" " IZi
ducted from ,ll"!'u,tif.
couio uuotiif Y.vrz nil!
of tho coinracvi'i"-,,,!
ior i"" ' f
nil extra e.penw-s. . V,i
.tiiuroby to no .p z;itat
. f ''. ?. ?. noVollW
lllll II WHIUMM" i.l.,1
W ork to bo done oy .-
IToposiiid niusi- o ,, (
clerk V noon of .uJL"l$w
Ilia light to Tfjft Bl,j;i
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