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THE GAZETTE: FOKT TOltTH TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUSTS
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Offleo of publication-second trool, be
iweon IIoumhi anil Thockmnrton. Kntertd
t the poAtoltlco km ccfliul-cla matter.
SAU'lrilAY MOIIXINO AfOlsT i.
AdvrrUemonlii under thin head Kill be la
er ol at tlio Mtu of five cent Hue, rath
tuertion, seven word to tlio Hue. 'o adver
lBCUMTit innettcd for less limn 2. cent, i'ar-
e wllli whom wo bnve no taunlug account
must pay In iidvauco.
r amkh ok Vot. mi:n in city on
Jj t ounlry to uko nlrc, Iielit hihi ilcant
work til Uielr Iiuiikm. Si to) u day easily
nntl quietly rimtlu at liome: work cnt by
mall: no cunviui'tni;: no numi for reply.
J'leiuct.ili1rri KclUtiteMnnufiiciurlng Com
pany, I Itllilitulrihln, I'm. Drawer Tl'.
fi M. W'VAAJi IS C1.CMINO OUT 1UB KN
X. tlieiucli or mixed piilnU cheaper than
ever before olu In llieUty. UllfliU ce him.
TO-Jl'-wiVri YKiTKHllAY AT NOO.V,
Jj lout or mUlnlil ii bunch or Uey ronMntlmc
in door, ilniv cr, warurobo nml trunk kc
riiMtaicd ommuw nickel Muted rtnz. 'le
Under will leuUe i rr-url on JulurnliiK
key In O.C Illvers, at the Murtln-liroiwi
WANTKD-TWOdOOl) SADllW. HANDS
nml three UnriieM-iniiticri. Apply nt
tliomdillory mtnMMiment of H. K. 'liicku
rANTKD-ATMO. 1'ACIKIC JMJdl'iTAI.
n man to iid vr inning nnu iruum,.
IMKI'Y KrO.VIMMJTrKltS AND KII'TTi
I tarrr. 'ihf lilgluM wnisr paid. Pay
crvnrr Saturday nlstu. Work for n I summer.
Apply t nfllrij or Idling A Itutlciui, conimo
tow, Fort Worth.
A I'MWIIBU CAN KIND I'KHltANKNT
JV omplO'iiiintiUHl uofxl vn-.cs ut tlio Wn
torworks eiiitiiny. Nonu but u competent
'iniin mod apply.
rANTllD-TWO IICNDHKD MKN TO
work on tho m:hts of FOrt Worth,
"Vb 44,wi per dny. IajmciilH on tins otti
(.'. W. HtiATmUV. Contractor.
Itatul or llnpe.
A Mi MEMHKKS AND Fill ENDS OK THn
illfttidof llopo are rniucitcd to meet at
the reiullnit room Saturday. 3 p.m. llejtular
meeting every Haturday afternoon. M. F,
' V. C.T. V.
mini w. c. t. o. wiMi m Mi Tiinni
1 riular meeting cveryruedy at three
o'clock p.m.. nl tbe riMUllnir room over Max
VAtt-T'n old nirtnil. All lhp ltullim arerenuentcd
to attend and Md im In our work. Mits. T. J, f
jjtsxijroH, rreaiuem miw. a a, johsojt
. or it. o.
rnUEO.OFIl.C. BVKIUJUEKN 57, I'.KOV
JL larcvervrlrst and third Suudnvnt liOP.
m In K. of I'. Hall, corner or Thlnt and Jlnln
mrcef. John Hodom,
AMKKIflAN LlMOti: K ItONOIC
rpIUNITY COUNCII.NO. SOI!OL,I) THEIR
1 nifttlrifs on the worn! and routli Friday
evenliiKu of the mouth t K. ofl. hull. Hour
of mooting. 6 o'clock. J. V. Hnvr, Com.;
REMoV.r-IR.T. FITHt'OHHAH EK
. moved hU otllco to the corner or Filth
and Houston, real of city drug itore,cntrunce
on Finh slrcel
DII.J, A. MATrllKWy. IHYHICIAX AND
Mirgeon, OiIUo nl WilKht'i dniB ftor
on Hoiiiton nrvet. ucarTwvlfth.
1 F. HENRY. ATTOIINUY.A.T IiAW AND
J, Ociieral Ijind Aeent, cicburnf. Johnson
county, To'un. Hnve complete abstract of
nil land lltlei or.TohmoH county.
RMATKINH I.S A CANDIDATE FOR AI.
. derrriHii In tho Third ward for tlio short
teim. Election to tnkn place August II. its'..
H. ALDIUDWK I mi candldutp for nl-
(lfnuiiii In thoThlrd word for tho thoit
Election to lake plnco AURUt II, 11.
TO TJIIi: PKO'T.
"uT.rNTKll)-ll6oM- Nll'Kf.Y VUllX-
V Uhcd nimi con vmlont to business part
or tin; city. Must bo well xcntHati'i' od in a
dcjilriiblenltiiutlon. Wllllui. to )ny well Tor
a good room. Address H. K., Ill's ulHte.
00.M WANTKD-1N A I 'UI VATIC FA Si
lly by n Miulo Kcutluiimn; lowillon near
Hectiud and Houston Nlrcclss. Addict K, r.
ROOMS I'OK RENT,"
fnHREE ri'RNISlUCDH' EEIMNO ROO.MH.
J norlhui'Hl corner or tho S'limro, second
Htory,ii cool pluce,
-TtOtTRKN I-FURNISHED HOOAI - V liiiao,
J1 well uiilllntid fuinWhcd room, villi
board for two or more uutltiiion. Kclcir'iiccs
ieiUlrcil. Address 1, II. II., cure (l..irrrK
tor hai.i:-ri:ai. estate.
ITinlt SAI.E-llOruE AND LOT THREE
V blocks Iroiu publ'o mmri; lot im xll'J:
liniwo tight itooil loomv. well tlulshedj good
nfill H.M.'i-.IHUHE AND EOT 7iilO)ON
t Hi.ci.url nml Iliniliii Htr, clH. 'lhr.'o roouu
rrniecl of the Knit Worth mid Rio
Giiindo Ro.iI Itrsult of Vcitcrilnj's
A c'OimnUU'U of gvntlcmmi from
IJrownwooil, ooniDo&cd of S. R. Coir-
'in, (!. II. .Ic-nkln-, T. P. MoConl tiud
Toxns itncitment Co.
A NICE HOITHE
lllutl and l'.lm,
Mind on e.vHy tonus.
AND EOT 100x17) ON
Will besidd at u bargain
-A SPLENDID, LAIKii; T.v
uttiry liiiumi with ciaiit. riKiuiniuiii f
,,...1.11... unrhK! Hltlllltull 111 (inilOj tllO
llwr. -.1 ....... ..... .i... i. hi. u-ihii
fmUiUrMliiiuo paim yiiiioi:iui """""
Hi t.uo mid yard. AUo rluo lotiif Bin ib
hcry and DtimuduKrass, Iron fuiicuiiiid oili
er udiuiblo linprovemoiith. ran ciudi uii
bttlunco on lom; llii'o. Tnxus invuHtiiioin to.
1JOU HA.I.1J-A FIRSr-CLABi UOARDtNCI
1 houno locuUd In tho bent portion or tho
city. A )od vyli' custom cn-iiblUliod.
Couitilcti'iy rurnlnlicil inovvrypiwlleuHir. A
nionoy niukl' b wtnbUslimcnt, Texas In
I70R KALE-MCE LI TILE HOUSE OF
I1 fuur rooms nml lot oxTil feet, on Wost
1'lrnti.ticut. Very Ion for rush.
TKXA3 l.NVKhTMKtrr CO.
;OR "ALE-TTIRE1:ta r.N I'Y AtMIE LOTsJ
within two miionoi tno puoncwiuurv.
Curter. were la the eltv vostor-
ihiy for Ihe purpose of conferring with
tho eltfreii.s of l'orl Wortli in relerotlee
toiliocoiiHtructinii or the Koit Yortli
and ltlo Ctrnndu lalho.'id. A i'aw of
the prominent IjiiIiicsnion aciublod
tit h.df-f.it. two o'elnek to meet and
confer witli thejjentlenien fiom Brown
woid. Mr. A. &r, Jwltton was called
to tlio chair nlul J. ,S. Andrews np
liointed secietary of the nieeUnjr. Mr.
Jenkins of Hrownwood "tated tlio ob
ject of the vi-it of the committee, and
tho anxiety of the people of that place
for rail road connection with thUclty.
After considerable dis-cusulon, on mo
tion of Ciipt. M. It. Loyd, a committee
of live whh appointed by the chair In
canvass tlie city and iisecittiin wlint
amount could lie obtnlned in Mibscrip-
tloni to tno capital hiouk oi tne eom
ouiiv. The clmlr appointed M. B.
Loyd, V. J. Boa., Thomas Koehe,
IS. W. Morten anil W. A.
Huti'man on .said committee.
Negotiations for forelyircajiltai with
winch to construct the toad luivo thus
far proven a failure, and now that our
own people huvo conchuletl to build
tlio load with their own money the
cliiuiei'sofHHceci'.iarc voiy much im
proved. The advantages of the road
to this city arc so (latent that allusion
to tlu in is unneecHiary. The moment
woik is commenced values of ieal es
tate In this city would be enhanced
inoro than the amount necessary to
construct tlio road. The people of
Kort Worth should evince on this oe-
I easlon tiie -tame spirit of enterprise
that hu. cliaractorl'ed them in Hlmilar
traiiHiu'tloiiH in tho past. If they do
the road will be built.
IL W. Sleplovvs of Colorado, Rrcoted
hl rrlcmls In the "Fort" yesterday,
M. C. Meahnii, train irtusler of the
ItioCfrandu division, was in the city
Mr. W. W. I'eiinlngton, ti well
known rani estate dealer of Henrietta,
was hi tho city ytsterday.
Joe B. Lovluir came In to see the
slfibts of "Tho Little Giant" yester
day fromtho west), Improved much
in lKulth eince ids last visit.
Mr. and Mrfl. Yurborougli are tvo of
tbehapjiy lot just at present. It Is a
eleven and a half pound boy. Mrs. Y.
Mr. J. V. Putmah (Slftdel left Ihe
city this itiorniiiK fwr Galve-ston. Ho
will disport his graceful form In the
lit sea waves a few days.
Jas. A. Stliiiion, of the New Mexico
Land and Cattle company, win in tho
Fort yesterday on a short business
triji, and paid the Gazette a pUaMint
Col. J. P. Hodgson, of Colorado City,
one of tho most extensive wool grow
ers and sheep raisers i the state, is in
the city and honored the Gazette
with a call yesterday.
E. J. Yokam, editor of the evening
iosf, of Indlanapoli, Indiana, who is
In company with a party of gentlemen
from that state and Illinois, on a tour
through the state, called at tile Ga
zette olllce yesterday. He expresses
himself us well pleased with what lie
has seen of Texas.
The smiling face of that genial and
always welcome njrent of the Loving
Publishing Company, Mr. It. 0. Har
rison, wcssicu upon Uiestp;ets or the
Fort, having just returned from an ex
tended and very prosperous Hiibscrli
tlon trip among tho cltiens of Tarrant
county. Beports from all aides good
crops, plenty of money and they nil
took the Gazette when he met them.
He is a ru.tler right.
The Purdy tiro.) Herald has this to
say of a young man formerly a vulucd
attache of the Gazette: "Will C.
Simpson, a young disciple of the art
preservative, who for the past year has
been rcconnoiteriiiir ainoiig the "mint
shops" in tho sunny Houth, lias re
turned to the fold and is again under
our protecting arm. Young ladles who
don't have to ask their ma will be al
lowed the privilege of the- olllce."
The Gaz;:tte has received informa
tion that Mi M. Ikard, Jr., one of the
well known cattle kings of Texas, was
mm riwl Tluusduy, at ! o'clock, to Miss
Nellio Walts, in Florence, Alabama.
The cereaiony occurred at the resi
dence of the bride's uncle, Mr. Lee
Waits, lie left on the same day for
Texas anil will be in this city probably
to-day. Tho Gakftte extndH itscon
gtatiihitious to Mr. Ikard and ids
Bargains for This Week!
One Lot Indies' Fine Pattern Huts at iVoni
One Lot Indies' Untriinihei. Hats at from
One lot Indies' AVhite Suits at from :
One lot Gingham baits at : : :
$ 4.00 to 8.00 Old Pri(
So to 1.01) "
1.00 to 15.00 "
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSIERY!
Extra Oheap to Close Odds and Ends of this Season's Stock.
It will Pay You to Call and Examine Goods and Prie
B. C. EVANS
OX TJIK TItACIv.
Thurber's cigars at Coiiiba, Read &
Old Dominion tobacco, coital to
Gravely ';-, best, at Combs, Itcad &
Dahlnian Bros, have just fifty
Uoze"u latestfityle Btctsbn hais.
Go to Da'diwooif A King Tor-Harper's
"liorodenthje" the llntst tooth loiion
in tho market.
Spencer & Tucker make a specialty
of hotel and restaurant supplies. Give
us an order.
Try Harper's "Boodcntine" tooth
lotion; it just takes the cake. Sold by
Dash wood & King.
Give Harper's Fragrant "Boroden
tine" for the teeth u trial. For sale
byDtishwood A; King.
A diamond shirt stud bought by
Capt. Iknrilt ut the mode.it sum of
$l,fl00, was numbered among the sales
of 11. N. Biown & Co. on yesterday.
Spencer it Tucker's "fiisli red"
rooster will boon exhibition to-day.
Onlv rooster in Amelica without
Spencer it Tucker have a curiosity in
the way of a rooster without feathers
and red as a rose. Call and see the
only "Iiisli red" looster in America.
V imil lot. sixlco fret; hIm). Hiiro tuilmiuov-
Itnluiiy, l ii (.ri'tii
CI HUH. kll 11 1 (II 'I', .v I
tniirulti mriiisli If mid suuli.
W. U. Ainumoii
i'oii .Sam: mi.5( i;i.i..vni:oi's.
lOlt H.M.K-AUOOU PAVUVO HINTAir-
I' runt, Imi auw iwunty-llvo rogulur bonnl-
urti. HoioiiH lor nillnn, Ui'l liutilthof Hie
liniiii'li'liir. Apply nl Tn)iro house, oinio-
sllo Clllot .t ltoo'H Itiml'Hrjilnt.
rnwii sr.wi.vo m'acii l n j:-. ki:.IiY
I now, uooil uh new, nl io liiijiie", corner
blxlh mill l.lm titruets. .
. J. MeAi.uyrr.a.
1 ilor'H Hun rotulnoil. UAahrirrBjoUUIlloc.
i.u)iirAi.t:ur.AKic i)i;t;iH with in-
r Klriiml joliiltieltiiowlQuKinuat. Hazkttk
-i ..' m;1 "i.'.;: -.'...jrss
i'or.4ai.i;-i.i i: STotuc.
710USAl.i:.-A VAIUOK (.001) Mrr.iw.
Anply to .1. AV, 1'utimni, btoolc Journal
l.lOUHAI.li-HtVn wmr. IIUKP aukoua
V imunj: two ptirn lni.it AtiKorn liutkH
hulfurow u. Will liuHnlilut iilniritiilii.
PLANS AM) Hl'iXlKKWTtUNh MAOU
J, for lorii nlnlttwollliu liouos on uluirl no
tlct. Ailiirtim, M.ttiiiijSitiiiettQ, city 1. 0
COHXTIIV I'UOrKllTV I'tHl SAI.K,
l.lOll HAr.K-A NKAT Ml'I'I.K IMU'O
I' MoruiiiiiltlMiiird, Oootl roiiMm ar mII
Ins. AililriAii or call oil J. A. Cihlwull, Hon-iiotiu,'Joiis
lMJUSAl.n-Kl.VlS FAltM OKSiHACItl IN
J1 hlKh htuto ori'UltlViHI'Mi, imlv lour nitloi
Miutltut lVrt Worth. Will mil elieup for
eiihh Th..s l.NVi.sruKxrCouixifi
a urautikuIj t.irn.K
JrV iMHMiiiil fthalf mllui (ruin Kort
n Kort Worth, of
uiiiiiuiiiiiy noiw, Hit uuciouil una rjuintiiio
lorugiiriluu ruriii. Hnviinil Itvlnx NprlnuH,
nleo voituKo iitolx looiiiH, liurim, Hlnlilo.H.out
lioiikci.i'io. a imiHt tlnMrublo plc. 1'ilrt
en Mi ami tlio babuiee aa ilmu, Tomis Invest
1: tl In Halril, CuPiiliun uunity. ouTomii
,v Parlll r.Ulroiul. Thlil. -onu rutnuu, wnlnui
lurnllurti, inc. I'lirlvuBh nml lnluiui on
loiiK luiiu. To us liiYtmiinoiit C'omiuny
1'ou irnxr." "
loill l.kK Oil UKNTWSMAM. UOlJsK
I; Inuootl ropnlr runt koihI nolKiihorhopil.
wl 1 tolnipu lori'liiiun uumUm Air , oi
uy itiQiuonta it 51 iir uuiutii.
Toxiih lu ik( iii(4il I'oiiumny.
Amithvi Approiirliillim Muilo liy the City to
1'iiy Ihu Workmvii,
Tlio board of ald'inien met again
this afternoon In special session to
make an appro. oiatloii to pay the sew
er workmen. Tlio city onirinecr Was
present and prercnted an estimate if
the amount ol work done and the
amount of money wanted to pay the
woikmcn for services fince he had
taken charge of the work.
The estimate footed up J1.7S0.O."i, for
laying pipe and digging trenches, and
als-o included some oxtia work,
for which n .small hi in was
naked. Tho city engineer stated that
$001) was for work done before he
took charge of tbe men, but It bad
not been paid and asked that it be al
lowed. A dlseuislou arooover tills and sev
eral woie In favor of not allowing the
anioun', but whin lite matter was more
fully explained tho objections were
wlllidiawn, and the whole amount
Mr. Hiuoot slated that tho pay roH
for tbe week ending to-dny wis
really about 5700 more than heaskoil
for, but Cleveland & Cameron had
promised to make good the deficiency,
and he would not ask for more than
tho intimate called frr.
The estimate In giving Items men
tioned an Item of "trenching, frlO.OOO."
TJie board objected to such an indefi
nite statement and insti acted tlio en
gineer, in the future, to make tho esti
mate full and complete.
There was no jiher business before
tlio board and it adjourned.
Tho llro alarm sounded yesterday
afternoon about four o'clock, but there
was mulling serious In it. Fomo weeds
near tlio height depot caught fire,
ami me alarm was given as a preiau- imt to the grounds
; ?; H,?ii : a ? '"T.1V." "? !"'"? Bo tu.y will
John Wilkes came ncarbelogqcrfously
htlrt by tbe hose cnrrlmro coming in
uonUu't with nn obstruction on Tliird
btivet luar the (ipera-house.
A VUlt to tho Urh lii; l'nrk I'linri mi tho
Turf Xt'iirIii;Cmiiplt!i Ion.
To those who lmvc never niiido a
visit to the grounds of tho Fort Worth
Driving i'ark absoclatiou, sucn a ven
ture would create supprlso and afl'ord
great pleasure. A representative of
the Ga.ittjt. went out a few days ago
and had iho pleasure of a stroll iimnng
tho trotters and runneia now theio.
Tlieic are at oresint Lwentv-one horses
on the grounds, and all are in fine con--'
.llii.... .....I I .,..,.... I ,1.11.. i.Mr
llllllll .11111 lllJf.U 111 Jlljljlll. J.' II-
teen of thi-i number arc tiotting horses
and ten runners. Tbe track and giounds
"present quite an animated tipnearanee
in tho early uioinlugs, when ihe tlyi is
are out taking their exercise and the
heads of the jockeys can be seen bob
bing up serenely from the quarter
.stretch all around tlio con Me and back
again to the sti lug. This is one of tho
seems which always makes the heart
of tlio turfman beat with joy, ami the
admirer of horso-fiesh wisli for some
gilt-edge pointers on the events oft.ie
coming meeting. A description of tlio
grounds and cmuse was given in these
columns a short time since, and it is
not necessary to repeat it here. We
will only add that the im
provements are going on tapidly
aim win do coniptuiou in umo ior toe
best meeting ever held in the state of
Texas. The managers liavo con
structed a high leiico around the
grounds and the "touts" can onlv
take observations from tho neighbor-.!
nig ireo lops.
Tho plate of the stables isoneoftho
interesting features of tho association
and especially so to tho tralnors and
Jockeys. Kueli stnble has lino, large
and commodious stalls at one end of
which there ia a neat and comfortable
loom for the accommodation
of nil the attendants.
They aro provided with
all tlio aimlluncos necesinrv to mm.
foil tho boul of tho trafner and his
corps ot assistants, cither in victory or
The location of tho grand stand Mill
of course Interest visitors more than
tne oiner details, in tins tlio man
agement has also displayed good judg
ment. The identical spot has not been
Spencer & Tucker invite your atten
tion to the following specialties: Ab
solutely pure maple syrup, towel noap
best in Me'Fort, I'tiriiy Japan tea
sole agents, Llmburger and S.ipsago
cheese, Jno. Annear's Chutney and
table ,saucc,and produce of every kind.
At 10 o'clock this morning the
parade of Turner's teams Mill stait
fiom his stable on Throckmorton
strret, and a pleasant drive in a buss,
buggy, can luge, buck or pbteton, to
uie prmcip.il points or interest in
A Chicago Kcgctta.
Chicago, August 3. Tho open re
geita of the Chicago Yacht Club began
shortly after noon to-day with a race
for 11 rst-cla'-s sloops for he club cup.
There wero three entries: tlio Idler
and Countess of Chicago, itntl the Or
iolo of Toronto. The course was fif
teen miles to wiudward.and return, to
be sailed within seven hours or to be
declared no nice. Tho Idler was able to
sail closer to Minihvard limn theothers,
'nnd turned tho stake boat first. The
Oriole came next, but drifted so much
as to be compelled to make an extra
tack in order to round the stake boat,
thereby losing much time. The Idler
turned the stake boat in two hours
and fiity-tlve minutes. On the run
home she became becalmed, and only
readied the harbor at nine o'clock to
night, so the race was declared oil".
Ilctiirnetl to His Desk.
Washington, August ?5. The first
defection from the ranks of the striking
operators in this city occuired to-day.
A son of Night Mananer Young, wjio
quit work with the first detachment,
returned to his desk. The brotherhood
say they have been expecting this, and
are not surprised. 1 hey keep a bold
and confident manner, and to-night
adopted a series of resolutions de
nouncing bv name four of their former
associates who remained at work; two
of them, they hiv, arc members of the
brotherhood, and theothers piomised
city i tendon d the friends
quuintiinces of the proprietor.
ANEW KlOllT-HOOMlWUM.INU U JN
vi iiluully H.liuiteil, Apply io W. A, or
mu n ut .loom ATucUor'ssrogiiiy toio.
LOUISIANA JTA.TK I.OTTMtr.
Lommx.vA 8r.Tir hvn'KiiY.-rAi'i
tul prlzu fi(M), Whole tlrkcu ; HO In
$i, i uhvo ypuroritprc with rninlc Lotirmio
at Miller!! miliMonviN usitiil. uulcru Horn
country recti i etUy e.prvJ.
An cfi'ort Man ipt.de toobhln a meet
ing of iho board of sch-ol trustees yes-
teniny evening, but a quorum failed to
attend, and an adjournment Mas had
until Monday evening, Miien it Is
hoped theio will lie a full board pres
ent, and the work of organizing for
tho next bcholanlloycar commenced In
Thtirhtis Hordiaux peas is tho finest
in mo wond, trywoin.
Comii-s, Bi;.u & Co.
selected, but it.will be on an elevated
ami convenient place, and Mill be con
structed in such a position that every
Hiiectatorin it can see the hor.-cs from
tlio beginning to the end, without
over lislng from thrir tents. Those
who have visited tho race
courses Miiero such piccautlons wru
not taken Mill icniember tho antmy
ance causeil by the uece-slty of ilsing
to tee the llyers ns they turn into the
homo stretch, nnd will ulso ujoieo
tliaU they will bo relieved of the ser
vices of half a dozen deputy slicrifi's to
keep the spectators back iiom the
Ther'i is ovcry evidence that the
races hero this full will bo the most at
tractive In the .state, and visitors Mill
surely not be disappointed when they
bu noted trom
time to time in tho GAZirrru.
Adyooates of prohibition need hnve
no fears of ''Prickly Ash Ultlors," as
it is a medicine, and bv reason of its
j cathartjo pi-ojuTtlci cannot bo used as
n ueverago. it is nianutaettired trom
the purest in- terials. and acts directly
on ihe liver, kidneys, Momaeh anil
b iM'els. As a blood purifier it lias no
equal, Ik pleasant to the taste, and
cfi'ectlvo in its action.
Com I'I.kx ions beautified by (ilcnii'rf
Hill's Hnli- anil Whisker lje,
llikis Tootltaclio Drops cure in ,jme
A healthy breakfast dish is Thurbus'
cooked oats, to be found at Combs,
Bead tt Co's.
Tin; nutritive properties of
iiipiid Beef 'Joiiic sustain
Till: FIltEAIEX'S BALL.
Washington, August !5. There lins
recently been transferred from tho
war depnituient for abandoned prop
erty into the treasury department a
huge quantity of Confederate hcrip,
bonds, etc., representing several mil
lions of ilolliuv, whiub it i t.ul(l is now
to be iiinnufactured and converted into
pulp on tho order of Secretary Folger.
Jov oik, xVugust o. The stcam
sliip Adiiatic arrived to-day from Liv
erpool. Among hr passengers aie
ladies and gentlemen fiom England
and the continent, quests of Bufns
Hatch. Dining their visit hero tliev
will make an excursion to Yellow
An lliijojfthlumut S'licoi'SsTiil l.'ntertalumciit
The heavy rainfall yisterday after
noon and continued disigreeable
M-eather last night ntado many people
remain at home, but notwithstanding
this there was a largo crowd at the
firemen'- bail and the evening wa an I
(injoyuuio one io nil Miio attended,
iiicatmospheie bad been cooled bv
tho sudden change in the temperature
and the dancing was not made ob
jectionable mi account of the heat.
Tho orchestra in the center
of the hall dispensed de
lightful nuHic and the enthusiasm
of tlio'o Miio indulged M-as unbounded.
Godwin's hall M'as a ,'ccne of mirth
and giyetv fiom early evening till the
morning hours approachec1, and all
left Mith only one regret that the end
M-as not the beginning. Hefreshments
M-ere setveil in the hall, and Ihe ta
bles were liberally patronl.ed, every
one si'Cinlng to desire to contribute
Mmielhlng to the lite laddies. The
voting was spirited, and the contest
for the pii.es interesting.
Tho gold badge lo the most popular
fireman was awarded to Stanley
IhoniiiMin he receiving -2 votes.
"Under New Mniisifroment.
The Grand Central Hotel was openod
yesterday under the management of
Mr. B. B.'Walkcr.who is a well-known
and popular caterer. He will, with
Inoriaxed facilities, provide the public
with better accommodations than
ever. The Grand Central will soon
become a favorite Mith the traveling
publio anil the local custom.
Dtihlman Bros, are just in 'ccolptof
fifty doon new styles of Stetsons hats.
Rtelsou'h of ihe best quality and very
latest style just leceived by Dahlnian
Itcntly for the Strike.
Philadelphia, August ;i. Offiee-s of
tlio riiiiadelpui.i it Beading railroad
company have-arr.tngctl a system of
telegi-apii service, should the telegraph
uperuiors no oruereii out oy ine orotli
erhood. The comnany states they at e
prepared at a moment's notice to meet
A Colored Parsun in Trouble.
New Burg, N. Y., August 3. Rev
uieen, colored, lias ueen sus-
pended from the ministry on a charge
the flsci: cut; ERS.
C,'iV,1: )ai' i,ft Hiis lnorniiuron the
Gsir, tolorado ami Santa F train Tor
an i-xti nded trip to Now York and
other Northern cities via Galveston,
am! steamer from that city to New
ork. hurely u lino trln at litis season
of the year, and the captain used lib.
hww.. jiiimurm iii mailing nils celec-
iniii v- in an uungs vviiloli lie
"Jlon i-0'nwe" to you captain.
A -Wlilf-Spri'iul Orsaiilntloii Uctn mined
to Unto I'lcij I'libtuniBo Ovor tho
The adjutant-general's chief clerk is
in receipt of a letter from a man in
Shackelford county reporting that the
socialistic orgaiiizition throughout the
stock raising district nro cutting wire
fences there and had jiial cut two and
a half miles of his fence, cutting it at
every po'-t. He stated in his letter lie
hud rented and lenced some land be
longing to the Baylor Orphan
Asylum nnd had made gates and
openings for all roads so that the
iiiclosure worked no haulshlp
The report received from various quar
ters by the adjutant general indicate
that there is a wide-spread organiza
tion to destroy tho wire fences around
large Mire pastures. This is in i-irni
occurrence- by the determination of the
smaller stock raisers to have free pas
turage over the w hole cou n try. Tiioso
men have no kinds of their own ofanv
considerable amount, and have been
engagid in raising stock on public and
private lands. Now they find the mora
wealthy me buying up largo districts
ofcountiy, which being Inclosed with
wire lencis, deprives the small men of
I."! ?i."ilhey ".lso wPlln Uat the
wealth -stockmci) niter inelosing
ltrgeiirttiiros turn out their slocii on
unlnelosed Jautt during tho spring and
sun-nier until the public b !
turw aro eruzed down nnd then
Mil" hMr "took into their inclosuies
t --", IHU ClllUK 111 Mill Mtliitlliti f.tjuil-
1 uf ! T,li,,l'r u,'on l'lnraVafimUwl
" , V ".iv nun n hiu IllieiJV 1111-
ipuul to the task of prottcllng the
., t1 a uuii-as uieir number
"o inuivast'ii in iimtvfniii.1 ,i.i
For rupidrlng of all kinds g0 to
Koller's carriage ianufactry, Throck
morton stieet, near corner of Second.
Tho very latest htvlo t.im.a i.i.
Just received at Duuhimn-Bro's,
i?ii!lSb,0T,."Vht.,.,l' T111?1 by ,ow'u m,t'"--
ties. It U Hkelv tho siir.k .ni.in,.
ovor lidVVlU' rSrimoiIiiie. be troubleil
o or this growing practice of fence cut-
Stetson's of the verv latest stvle tm.
n wived at Bahimun Bnl's. J K JttS,t
Mnjor l'eiiii'n ComlnB Camp-XAliJ
Spcclnl to the Gazette.
Crawford, August 3.-Prej&J
have been perfected at tlila ili
1 Dtnl I'limWIi rtnlltn ...nil,.- ..".!
-.y". j- win. a v.'iin"jiii:eiiif, iH.a
lilace hiti tent half a milq (nmn
tordt nt tne noted tails' on Hip't,
creek, where an nbundauea oVu
and shade can be found. A kj
tee has been appointed to visit yZ
ins meetings ai jjouoii coratoriu
viu uit i tn in mia inuillll, io ajft;ttl
the time he is expected to comun
his meeting here. It is ceneri)!?
derstbod, however, that lie can Ui
pected auout tne orn insj. Tbel
tiou sticcted is a convenient
pleasant one. Bountiful Water I
the site that i3 binnr arranwd!.
and a general good time U cirtju
Many families Jrotn Waco Villi
camp'd on tlio grounds.
IJiy weather prevails here. ,Tii
cisterns, and spiings aro fulling.
"NVe are to have soon a billiard !
and mo hope" that there will h&
drinking connected with il(lutl
it Mill be a peaceable nintiKtaeil
We think we ship more gralutta
any on.cr utile town on tile
Our streets are always full of w
loaded with some fort or uuin. i
our entcrpiising merehanu bhy I
grain iroiu me i.utueis una t
save ior me tow n trade tint m
otherwise go to Waco.
Drummers are out and in cvmrd
scllimr imiuense (iiiiiiiliiles of "to
Mr. Yheeler, representing aea-J
Keiiuni it itotan ot vaeo, vtam
ticaleib In groceihs. is hi toivalr
Wo aie sorry to report haws
sickness in the commutillyjal
nature of bilious fever.
J. E. AViillace & Co. have Jtrtj
nleted a now front to their stnrd
which adds much to the gencftili
4f til IwiDil -'
Watermelons languish for posJ
era. i'helr outward appearanMS1
irlve them a. scml-nll' "
Mr. AValsh Hickei'son, whlleita
canin-niectinir. staked his fine I
out over night, and on arising t
morning found his lioi-se mte
No iicm's of his whcivnbouts i
We have reason everv day loth
mo are wen looaied. o recent,'1;
Ga.i.ti'k everv morniii!: si &
o'clock, sooner or as soon as thepP'
atjuort Worth.Jwith alltliect"'
Cotton prospects are not prsl
in our community owing to itw i
droinrht. and tho farmois aie iW
The Sjouth bound evening trsligl
an hour and a halt late tltu evtUfl
U'i u'un. l nf nlilo tn ln-irn lllB tt'AI
Tho excuioion train returned !?$
Irani the salts of lots at Aivanwwi
eight coaches on. From tliej-Ej
ot cars there must have been coM
llliln llilnrncf iiliillirtpll 111 i-.l
CP. 1 MIXALCALi:XIUI!
Snlcliloof a Sweilr, SU1 to IelbeSR,(
ChiefiiTf, Ani'ii.f 3. Jnn Norfcli
finely educated young SvteofJ'j
found dead lying in theSwtow'r1!
theian church at Englewooil,pMf
oilv. vphturilnv linvinir eoii)llllltW
oi.t.i a .,.,...:.... ,,..,,m- r'lnlfflJ IW
V.,.V. V lllUllllllQ 1V. ,jl ftl
the young man has been Jdcnun "i
an liieginumte son oi '"firv.i,
Sweden, and that he was raisiil
""",! Ui il S1SIU1 U HIV ."0" 1,
his stay in this country kS
engaged as instructor ill a PJJ
ri-jiuui. u,i a poriiiuiu "-"' ij
back of the ntilpit ho hail v.ril Iff
uiicuiFii, i nu uiuu n,i ..-.
cause is assigned for the deed.
I UK IIAllCASl-ICil"" .irt,!Bi
new lora, August, o.- " V,tfi d
tue inquest regarding w "T'm.
Simnish Minister Barca rtfinnWZ
diet of death while temporarily w
A NKOltO Ht'Nd.
Ilichmond, Vn August -l
tr....... r .... i...m ,,-m. liaBCW. I
"i.rr.'y ."i ,""'. mniVi jiuw
, imi ino iiuiKier ui " - u0
another colored man in HeinJ .,
ty, Va. .
a n.41-.' iii'imolld
.v rwj -"- ,.,,
IUSI liroVIOUS 10 HIS oeiMi""-.!
l.MI ll llltj J.MMWIIWI -" , ,,.,
to while tiM-ay ti few wcen '"'J.t n
weather, Capt. Ikaid luirchn-''L,
tc iir.',. .t.V r this city, -ra
diamond, Itho reported, pw,
di Mas,equnl to tliociht"
hertl of entile, i&oinewiier W S.J
teen hundred to two u,s-,"""iiiii
and he can hit her again f.nsi
and then bo near tho head of i"
cocoanut at Combs, Bead &Ctjf-
i-cr of Japan, thebtid'hi s,
city, at Combs, WA?
In tho eft
Blbbon cane Tesus uyiP BV V
Head iJc Co.'s.
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