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da already receive
atom which lBliij
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iudHor manor pier
InuberUs pearl sng!
hurber'a AVlioie vo
fl'nlty'a arrow rootj
hllle eon came,
roirrcss Japan tea
rd! Vond:iso you
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o tin rh nt!'
u-aeuoral .of thoj
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gram from Pensac
osiKKition report i
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loua uRturoinithu C
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ilmn, August 2-5.--A long )(
uk of cnrCliqiUkq !V3 JeJfc t
TEN DAYS CLOTHING SALE !
For Men, Boys and Children,.
Wlft 'COMMENCE AUGUST 20TH, AND CLOSE SEPTEMBER 1ST.
. ,,, During that tlmo our entiro front of fifty faot will bo displayed with tho ' ' &
most comploto selection of Clothing to bo found in tho city. '
' A. Call k till tlint in neoessary to Htitittfy tlio most laKtidiotiH.
TAYLOR & BARR.
A'cw Time Tabic.
North bound... ft 10 p. in. :33 p. m.
South bound 6:lSn. in. 5;Aja ju'
TEXAS AND I'ACIVIC.
East bound . "A0 n. m. 2:15 n. m.
West bound 8:V p. in, 9 2j p. in
Ea!itvn.Sbcrinau 8:Wip. m. 2: 5. m.
West, " BilOp.m. 2,-Oja.m.
Eaut bound, (via. Mar-
Hhull it Mlllknp.) 9:2. a. m. 9:.T0n, in.
West. Kxccpt Hunday- 4:'i a. in. 4:'i p. m. i
FOKT WOnTH AND UKSVKIl. '
North bound 7:00 a. m
HoutU bound 7: 15 p. m.
OOLl', COLOIIADO ANI KANTA FE.
New Orleans, 10:15 p. in. 2:15 u. in.
TJimpasaB 8.00 p, m, 10:00 a.m.
Accomodation 0:00 p. in.
TO MY FREEKTDS. i
'Mils Ih to remind them that I nm Mill con
nected with tho commission houso of
Wholesale aud Kctnll Dealers In
BARGAINS IN EVERY DE!
V . , I' i "'
Every thing must too sold by September First, Regardless of
Call Early and Get
If you can't come in person, send Your
Washer & August, 58
ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISI
A TiARQB LOT OF
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BUY THE GUARANTEED BEJ
ttmWtKtmmmB A nlinlia
USSBbSSS ill uliouLU
IVERS & POND,
J. P. HALE & CO.
401 and 403 Houston and 402 Main St., Fort Worth, Texas.
Correspondence nnd conslKiunents of cot
ton, wool, hides mhI tho products of ttio
country solicited ami appreciated.
THOMAS II. MURltAY.
A PAIHl HAND'S SECI1ET.
Successors to Enoeland & Harrison.
INSUKANOE AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Assets of Insuranco Companies repreRented over Siso.ooo.ooo
s JjHIKIh nnu wiiy jtopi
Policies lMHiied. TexaB Lnnds and
paid, nouses rcned
Fire. Life and Acclden
City Property bought nnd sold. Taxes louilcrcd and
ii ' i
Instruments sold on Installments
to pay tho dltterenco In,
Call in and trado your old nlano or orean for a now ouo-
Exnmlno our goods and learn our prices before you buy.
PIANOS REPAIRED AND TUNED BY EXPERIENCED; W0R1
AVo nlso havo n few
of thosso luiitchlecs
WHITE SESTTI1VGJ; MOIMSKESi
iVJAX. ELSER, STATE ACI
Mory nf remain AVIio SI,iuernded nan
rami llnud I'utll Nuturo l'orcod
Jlcariinc, Pn., August 23. Quito n
auiiMition ctiino to light near Stulhs
villu. in LuIiIkIi county, opposite the
line from Berks, yesterday. J'or some
time u strungu man, uoinjr by tho
naino of Mark Smith, lias been Imv
ollng up and down tho road doing jobs
of work. Ho wns rather a Hni-looUinK
Htnoollt-fuccd person, about twenty
llvo venra of aire, and tolerably well
dressed. IIo worked tho
whole hummer at lmy-inukinp: and
harvesting and became very dark and
Hlout, the not sun having a severe ef
fect on his skin. He enjoyed a good
appetite and became very healthy and
hearty. Tho mountain air tigreed
witli lilm. Ho generally went aiono
and iiad very little to do with tho
hands). A few diiyn ago Smith was
taken sick, and he was compelled to
keep his bed. which was in the lolt of
a summer kitchen of a farm house
that is not used this year. SmltlL be
came worse, and finally a doctor from
Lehigh county wus nent for. Tho doc
tor examined tho putient, but refused
to say what ailed him. The
remarkable fact has now be
come known that the person
was not a man, but a woman, aud that
an infant had been born in the loft.
The doctor who had kept the hocret,
provided an old mime, aud the women
folks of the farm, together with tho
neighbor., lurulshed tho , iiecfsnry
olothing lor tho mother iihd child.
AVho the woman Is is not known. Bho
avJJI only nay that she left her homo
unknown to any one; that alio diessed
herself In diagulso and cut her hair
off, mi that she could travel without
detection. 8ho appears to como from
a good family, but was taken to tho
A IIIIOKKX HEART.
Thero Is n lady In London, tho
daughter of a nobleman, who la con
sniclous for her affection and devotion
to her husband who r as lost one of his
Tho story is a sad one. Dun ng
courtlmr davs tho eentlemau
. i . - . - . .
used to spend his Sundays at her tum
or's villa, not fur from Loudon. Ono
Sunday morning tho lady went to
church without him, and on her return
haw him sitting at the open drawing
room window, nodding over a
newspaper. For a joke Bho throw her
prayer book, intending to hit the news
paper and so waken him, but she miss
ed her nim and tho sharp corner of tho
book entered' his eye, depriving him
of the sight of It forevor.
Tho Sandwlth Islanders appear to
be tolerably good judges of a woman's
smile. A Hawaiian uewspapcr,ln de
scribing such an affair, said: "Her
rich, red lips parted, and there flashed
upon tho landscape two rows of beauti
ful white teeth. fcSlowly her mouth
opened wlderand wider. Deeper grew
the dimples in her bronze checks,
brighter danced the sunbeams In hor
eye,, until a ttray ray, darting through
the foliage of an overhauling bough,
illuminated tho deep cuvern of her
mouth, bringing into viowthu back of
her head. Then seeing us gazo Intent
ly upon her. she shut nor mouth aud
uarknetw fell upon tho scene." '
Tho pabsage of tho tenipcraijco bill
by tho Georgia legislature was cele
brated by a largo number of people in
a very hilarious manner. Several
members of the legislature, Including
two prohibitionists, were carried homo
Mr. It. (J. Barkley, Gentry's Mills,
says: "J huvo used Jlrown's Iron l)lt
ter In general Jleblllty and neuralgia,
'with great benefit."
The Snd Kxporlmice r nn Unfortunate
The body of Miss Vieru Dazemore,
who died at Montgomefy a lew days
ago and was buried there, lias been
disinterred by her relatives from Bo-
liugbroke, and by them the strange
history of tho unfortunate lady has
been levealcd. bhe was like many
other young uirls In high southern ho
olety. greatly admired, coquettish, and
needless in playing wun nre. rue
IJazemore family la one Highly es
teemed. Tho father, Thomas J. Bnze
more, wasone of tho highest, citizens,
and tho lady who died in Montgom
ery wus tho" daughter of this man. her
carrect name being Araminta Vieia
Bazemore. She had access to tho best
society and was welcomed everywhere.
Her eldest sister was married to Air.
W. II. Dent, a gentleman well-known
here. His relationship to tho family
lie made use of to ruin the trusting
Tho family called together Its entire
relationship and laid tho matter before
theirt. They deckled that Miss Ara
minta should remain at honle; that
even in her downfall she should hold
their tenderest affections. To this the
young lady deinuued, as sho wished
to beum Hie anew. It was1 then aureeu
that she should go to Virginia, to live
with relatives there, and her brother
Julius was chosen as tho person to ac
"When the brother and tho unfortu
nate girl leached Atlanta, Miss Ara
minta changed her mind and refused
to go to Virginia. She preferred going
where she was not known. At Mont
gomery sho adopted tho name of Mrs.
Arrall Smith, and secured employ
ment in a dressmaking establishment,
It being her intention to leaiu the
trado as a means of livelihood, and
then go "West. Her brother supplied
her with money, out lolt tno tamiiy
In Georgia under tho impression that
his sister had gone to Virginia. In
Montgomery sho tolled uncomplain
A WORD. IN SEASOM.
In view of the warm weather wo arc experiencing, anything on tho subject
of thin clothing and underwear may be aptly perused. " A word in season "
is always worth listening to.
Our seasonablo word takes tho form of advice. It is this : Come and see
what we can do for you in the matter of supplying your requirements. You
run no riBk of having shelf-worn goods thrust on you for new ones. Our stock
is all of this year's manufacture, and designed in accordance with tho styles
for the season.
In the matter of PRIOE wo are enabled by our facilities and largo sales to
undersell all competitors. Wo do not claim to sell a $20 suit for half that
sum, but we do claim to sell the same quality and style of suit for less money
than it can bo bought elsewhero.
We especially ask all who patronizo a MerchantTailqr to give this jlopart
ment of our business a trial. f
D. SCHWARTZ & CO.,
1 Q11U1 ij
Corner Houston nnd Second Streets.
( JinnlH. Wimlior. Hfmilinr Kmnrit.
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Ingly until last Sunday, when she died nd August adorn the programme is
Tli Event of the Season.
At the Qcrmania Opera House, on
Fiiday evening, tho lath intt., a con
cert will be given for tho benefit of the
First Baptist church of this cltv.
which in point of musical talent will
far exceed any entertainment over
ulven in tho city. The programme
will be huge and varied, ami promi
nent amongst tho number may be
mentioned a "Female Quartette," and
an overture from ''Poet and Peasant,"
for eight hands. Mere mention of tho
fact that such names as Mis Murphy,
Miss Joio Smith, tho Misses Moore
(of Jackson, Tenn.). aud Messrs, Mc-
among strangers without divulging
her Identity. Tho family knew notli-
ing'of her hiding place or death until
a statement of her burial was published
in tho papers.
Mi". Henry Johnson, Garrett, says:
"Brown's iron Hitters has made mo a
hearty man, when
I was weak and
aiiss CliurcliJIlVns jstagc-Strnek. ,
St. Louis, August 22 Tho feeling
with reguril to the disappearance of
Colonel Churchlll'rt daughter has
somewhat abated, tho discovery of let
ters left behind her showing that tho
was badly stage-struck, leading to tho
belief that sho has runaway to join
some theatrical company. The police
m;o taking but ltttl interest in the
ease, but the friends and family of the
girl still Insist some dreadful doom has
"I'm glad Hilly had tho senso to
marry a settled old mald,"said Grand
ma Winkum nt the vending. "Gals
is lnty-ttty and wlddera is kinder over
nilin' and upsettin'. Old maids is
kinder thauklulnud williu' (n please."
proof punitive that the entertainment
will be a success artistically. Every
member hns been carelully selected,
and taken in consideration with the
object, for which the concert Is given,
should tend to draw together a large
audience. Tickets on hale at Max
Elfcer's, Cantreli fc Dillard's and Dash
wood tte King's.
Tully has now in stouk an assort
ment of clocks that cannot be sur
LEAD I NO SPECIALTIES.
A lady in Toronto got to laughing
over pome amusing incident and
couldn't stop. Finally a doctor was
called in and succeeded In quieting
her. .Although, previously in good
health. the is now considered
At tho I'ancr Orocory Store of Cnintii,
It.ad .V Co., Next IJoor to l'nstotllce.
Windsor manor pickles.
Crosse it Blackwell's malt vluegar.
California pr serves (new crop),
Thurber's pearl sago.
Thurber's breakfast samp.
Thurber's cooked oats,
Thurber's shredded oats.
Thurber's whole roasted chicken in
Chillu con carnc.
Progies Japan tea (sun dried).
Tho Sisters' Academy will open tho
first Monday in October, in their new
building, which will bo completed by
Silver ware that will bear the test of
Rosadalis is'a sovereign .remedy for
all diseases of the blood. It litis no
equal for tho cure of nerv jus disorders.
Bead this certificate:
1 would like to bear testimony to
the merits of llosadnlis, by saying that
some eight years ago I was totally
prostrated and could act no relief from
our family physician, but after taking
one bottlo of Jtosadalis I became en
tirely restored to health. I now weigh
175 pounds, but when I first toolc your
medicine I weighed only 1!!0. 1 cheer
fully recommend it to all, and es
pecially to those alllicted with nervous
Mits, A. A. Masox, Battin, Md.
The hest nmke3 of pianos and organs
over offeied for sale in North Texas at
Sowing Machines repaired and ad
justed In first-class style at Anderson's
Stockmen's heavy gold wa'ches
with chain, charm and sleeve buttons
to correspond at Howard Tully's.
Seven years have elapsed slnco
James Lick, tho California million
aire, at his death left a vast amount of
property for public use, and not a
dollar has reached tho deaiguated ob
jects. Tho trustees, who receive 51 ,000
a year each, have just been censured by
tho California pioneeis.
Howard Tuliey makes a specialty of
goous iniii no can guarantee.
Capt Milt. Heard of Henrietta nre.
sented his brldo with a tine Chlcker.
ing piano purchased of Howard Tully,
for which ho paid twelvo hundred
dollars. This Is certainly the finest
piano over sold in Fort worth.
To all telephone subscribers: W.
B. Elliott is hereby appointed, mana
ger of the Fort Worth Telephone ex
change until further orders, to whom
all rentals shall bo paid and nircom
D. M. CLowrji.
Div. Supt. S. W. T. and T. A.
g- r in Tri'F'n c-irv iTf'ni
Ladle9 and. Geui
At tke Star Slioe
FORT WORTH. ,
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AM. JL. 9&MT JUJUAV W VVHl
FORT WORTH STIRRUP PAl
Manufacturers anil AVhoIesalo Dcalersin Solid BentPtcaa Elm and &i
rostomco tiox.W2. Fort Wouh, Texas
O"- IO. 3MCITOI3E3XjiX- cfc Cl
100, 108 & 110, TimoOKMOR'l-ON.SIVTT M
It's a mistake. Spencer & Tucker
keep the genuine Gravely tobacco also.
Two shipments weekly of com
pressed yeast at Spencer & Tuckers.
Fresh ripe llgs in cordial just
eelved at oponeer iSs Tucker's.
Job work of all kinds done at tho
GAZCTrr-olIicein tho best styles and
at the lowest prices.
Vherens, my wife, Mary C. Har
mon, has left my bed and board with
out provocation or cause, I now, there
fore, forbid any person trusting her
on my account. C. D. Hahmox.
Fort Worth, August 2., lSb'J.
All kinds of key are fitted and looks
repaired at Anderson's GunStore.
MINERAL WATERS, M
nnH nil CARBOfW
First Avenue; i-mmum
Spencer & Tucker keep nico streaked
bacon for , boiling with vegetables.
Nicest in tho city. Call and see it.
Towel soap Is nil the go. To bo had
Spen'cer & Tucker's.
Deviled crabs just received at Spen
cer & Tucker's. Half dozen shells
with each can to bake It with.
Anything in the jewelry lino from a
toothpick to a diamond set at tho jew
elry store of Howard Tully.
Save several hours time by inking
the Gulf, Colorado & Santa fro route.
Tho fastest trains west of tho Missis
sippi river by tlila line. Faro $32.40
for the round trip. Only ono change
from Fort Worth to Louisville.
E. E. Fosdick,
DIniuoud pn8 cnr drops, soltnlro
and cluster rings at Tully's jewelry
Chipped beef in ono pound tin cans
nt Spencer & Tucker's.
Tc nnnr nnon fftl
CAIRO, ST. MM
GKO. VT. 11IRTINE, SfiJ"
in..l runi.ar. vtu5Le,i
Don't forget tbatSl'g
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U tho place
Fresh pickled lWr 5
of white liniForra
gilliereu uu mi voint...
Another recent disappearance
Lindsay is hard to beat.
I Ticket Ag't, Union. Depotj Ft- Worth. li
vS 1(11 UC1 vutio
H ;&r,ea "- - IRS: a. a, mason, Battin, m.
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buslui- Wa&lier it August 6b Ilgub
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l"VU. i. unvu linvtl JIHIIIN n jiuii j...v
j tcrf in general debility aud. neuralgia,
ivJth great benellt."