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'-IVU llt u jiuniin.il
ffiff-citlzen, Win. H.
10 remiu "mm vv....
fti many its cuu by
Sthr homes, to. rtjuiip
r. even to uie kiiuo
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ilpt 01 una iih.ciiibkih.ui
.' t..,.iinlliit('1v resolved
fiouzales to (lid Jtheir
va .ffiiJiiht 'imvf 'Btart-
! nrioloL'Izo ml- the
thiij communication. "We
,Mr. Wharton for tin ex-
ef our .wished, opinions nnil
rt And. ,., tor sue"
ofeiatioil as bos dome Into
iflfTeiiftl will now act
iTsbeWlU soon bo redeemed
tWetbnu Egyptian bond
u nnw cramps her resources,
arils l$P$P$ty-T ....,.
JTaii uctlou look place on yea
. rsmnui.s. lu. which the Mex-
tninwudaiitaud several soldiers
Ln-noloss on the American
.uiitfiV from John II. Mooro
UstebfrSoutherland und Dorr,
' G6.vl.RS, October 1, 1833,
iWyoii time wo, have about, 150
. .llitrivitluB more troons
iT?., iump'stlv rcfillOSt itlltlt
utru no pains to senu us
M possible. Our sltua-
lireTt&atall of Texua should
His the moat important
e people of Texas have
1. and onr wellfaro for
itert'dos depend n great deal
(be first stroKu mat la nnuio
iemylSfliowjueton the eppo-
Mtiieriver, in iiiiiiiour uuuuii
kins In sending us aid im-
t Av ail evtUW"! buhu ua c.-
jmA slate the situation of
C0HV;i W. II. WHAKTON.
Vilucnnlii accordance with
est of the volunteers. I nro-
ufonu you that I parted with
midnight on J? rmuy last, un
to jolu their couutrynien at
'I'lmv wen to u nnm in
Kilto and 'spirits, It is now
'that General Cos is in La
I Is sold titnt lit has with him
tltou hobbles for our benelit.
vaU.tilrii out nromntlv. ho
he'first'niau towear ti pair of
obliles. In tbo lunguago of
iQt thlartick "now's the
Wfs ttie nour." Five Imu
ran do more than live thou-
monllis Ueuce. tit. Antonio
toned tola a surrender in ten
f there-are1 volunteers enouirli
lovtidthtopand cutoff their
Mh'loe ihi-v nu'ti cfiiimiiiii)-
iflWAws buhiL' thrown unoii
M teak the nlaeo to the
ftarritioiii jirea,i js out 0f
?n irltb them, and they have'
Or ob't&liilnu tiiRir nvnniit
t'fllOrSHH or inin.hii- tVdlll
!sli. The vohititfiri urn tie-
never to rHhipti until St.
his fallen: ahdj every soldier
mrn nn...L' .'J .5 i. .
uui KuverinnenD- lias onoii
en outif TiixMifcii
tbliject of tli'o voluhteers.
sect Cos between Jjti
St. Antonio. After thin
Of our count rvimin rn.cn,, 1.1..
Uko San Antonio by storm
y will surround the'pl-ico
arsuimlles. and stiirv.. thm
lurrender. Let nil who can
and that immediately. Let
y that business detains him,
bubluess can bo so Important
7, vV-VVl atpnee, and
!"iw) d,Mever, or (at' least
time tocottte, Jfto thft.unlioly
o oritur us nn,ioi. f i,. ,,i. ..
tlcdpotlfitii.orto expel us from
'0. If bail Antonio is not
-will be a mllying point,
wmittofijw months cou
lioueaads of troops. If it is
Sy .will havo no footlmr
, a nu tuepower ot' the nation
fatal) si iinr
H'itUeUS Thf-rn nrn ,v,...,..
"ur buttles, more from sytnpa-
worn u detestation of onmes-
" iroin niiv .N-i,,t .,..-.:i
sy have 1U Ultf i-onntrv.
iousnd heroic individuals
"oiHineu anil encouraged in
uilmous etlbrtH to rentier in
Armiigetueiits are making
applies of provisions.
wHb of Ban
nmnv as could eouin'tb
tlfnt tlmo w6uld ilMJttr.' ir
mtm wlw ,0fthh )e.Mdy to-fftorrow,
uould conUnutf to pruBtre llieirijer'
vlcea will bo Viiltinblc, If they can
Join UK (en or fifteen (lavs linm.,. t
feel pvbry conlldeta-e that there will be'
llfttliltl II T.,11, itllVU ,tt..., ..!. J- nA
American volunteers InOhhiales.
t , 1 h .WM. H, WIIAIITO.V.
IJmprhl, ..October 3d,fl8a.j.
l'OSTscim-r i-uiiTHKit wtosr tkxas.
jjtiHt nigut brought us dates from
San Augustine, to tho 13th lnst. A
battle wuh fought early In this month,
(but tho ilntu is not given) at .or noar
Gonzales, Which eunuot be far from
Uiuuioutli ofthe'JJravios, where Gen.
Cos has landed with -10!) Mexicans; tho
combat was sharp; and the victory
comnlete. Tho Mexicans had 4o killed
besides tyo wounded. Not n man
killed on the side qf tho Tcxanu.
Shortly nfter. Gen. Houston, lit the
hoadofl.OOO Texiins, marched upon
St. Antonio do -Bexar the seat of gov
eriimtnt of the Mexlcans? which was
defended by 7(K) men. Tho place wns
tuken by tuwault. Tho loss on' either
side we have not heard. Tho party
which tlelealed Gen. Cos, pursued
their victory and, occupied Lnbadia,
(generally pronounced Labadle) ami
Gen. Zalava, former governor of tho
state of Mexico, in which tho city Is
siluatedt la in Texas, and cordtallv
unites with tho inhabitants. S. l
Austin, chairman6ftlio:c0iiimllUo of
Httft'ty ut San Phillpe, says in his ad
dress to tho chairman of tho commit
tee of safety at Nacogdoches "Arms
ainrammunltiouare wantedwo have
more nien than guns.i' We feel great
pleasure in being ubleio state 'on pri
vate authority, that several hundred'
muskets with six Held pieces, muni
tions of war and provisions, havo been
despatched from New Orleana'to Uras
orla, and htiv.o reiluhed their destina
tion ere this. Those arms were under
charge of a company of volunteers, ex
ceeding sixty In number, well armed
uml equipped, for the Texan service.
Mr. Austm writes that "the enemy
must cross tho Nueces (a river lying
between tl o Guaduloupe and Jlio del
Norto, and about sixty iiiiles front
the latter) before the campaign ends""
and adds "I recommend despatch
in" sending to the United States."
From tho host iufortiuition'.We can
gather, the force the Texatis have in
the Held amounts to ut lent 1,801), and
prooauiy two tuousiinu men. ah .soon
as the enemy is expelled a govert.
ment will be organized.
THE QRKAT HIGHWAYMAN OK THK
On the other side of this clipping
from this old newspaper is a procla
mation issued by tho then youthful
Virgil A. Stewart, denotinctnir those
who Condemned him for his betrayalJ.
oi jOjiiu a. Juurreu, uie greatest High
wayman and robber tho country ever
produced, Stewart utters maledic
tions leveled at Nfatthpw Oanton, and
especially at .loab Wilson of Denmark,
TVun., who had said that Stewart was
a reckless adventurer, no better than
Murrell. But Stewart, who was from
Jackson county, Ga., was endorsed by
the best men of Tennessee John G.
Hill, John T. Boals, II. Askews, Ja
cob Hill, Thomas Campbell, William
Evans. It. H. GlvensvIwutcAY.'Gfvens
and others who slgnit paper asserting
Stewart's lofty character and high
personal worthr Stewart had been a
"pal" of Murrell hi order to betray
and capture him. Ho succeeded and
wrote a book about it, once very popu
lar in tiie South. A few. years ,ago
travelers were still show the log 'cabin
about twelve miles, I think, below Lit
tle Hock on tho Arkansas riyer, which
was Mu Hell's hiding place and deposi
tory for stolen goods, watches, jewels,
money, negroes und horses. Murrell
used to cross the Mississippi river at
Randolph, and Ills next station was on
Big Creek in Shelby county near
Memphis, two rich farmers thero being
hla partners. These two and all their
race. are dead. Twenty-one of these,
two famltles dlqd with their boots on.
The vendetta thus ended only two or
three yeaiy ago, Involving vast sums
or money and a history of tho internal
slave trade of the South, will soon con
stitute the theme of a volumo ns full
of diabolism as. the "Three Spaniards"
or a history of Lalltte.
'Hextatence of a
rWofiBXl M,n ' ,.,. ' ? ..
Sro,altatfnl " takhl tt tr,l'
cm SriS&n-t ""i18 t "Pnw- buy
aunug t, equtirig ijeawiu
comltv rlllnn hS",len Ordered In this
?.m ly fo.r.t oltlMilM to cxnrum their
It. i 11. tl-.i .
1 ll4tl hnu tin,... I.... . II.. I . .
fhtu i.,ii. .. , .. UUI' ' l,u, rnin . in
ih, ii y,tU? l).rosI,'' fornny during
the balance of the KHinnler. , ,
lnfm.t.ofi?lJri lchl fP'to"ty rc tit
le id ng district c tut, in session at
j"r ratlroid boom has about sub-
Our merdhahts arc receiving, their
full goods now by the car loud, and tho
commercial tourists continue to make
their appearance, ,
I I W ' $
" ' i.. "21, """- "."i, -'' " " .'
Hi BSD Wl
Acclilont to Ihn New Opera Iluuse-Tlio
Street Car Line.
Longviow, August 27.Tho roof of
our new operahnue broke in last
night, CiiuMng about a thousand dol
lar loss. The house will b ready for
use In, about a week. t
The lirst trip drbiir Btreet cara was
made to-day at eleven o'clock. The
uirs are very lino, and beautiful and
will be very largely patronized.
Mayor Stevens of Cincinnati is de
scribed as devoting two hours each
day to olllce-seekers. Thev aro ad
mitted to him ouo at n time through a
wicket gate. Behind him oils tin ex
pert politician, seemingly working In
dustriously at a desk, but really to
prompt his honpr as to the worthiness
and consequence of his callers, which
Is done by slyly, passing slips of paper.
A Gloomy Outlook for Cotton CocnI
Lncul Noteit from llomtorsou,
CorrepponUoiice of tbo Gnxettc:
Henderson, August 7. From opin
ions of our farmers from dlllerent por
tions of the county it Is evident that
theoutlookof the cotton crop In ex
ceedingly Kloomy.mauy not only report
serious damago occasioned by the
drouth, but In some sections they say
that the cotton worm, is prevalent. It
is to bo hoped however, that the pros
pects tire not so dark as reported, and
thlH market may continue as in the
past to be the leading cotton market of
During the past season In round llg
ures, wo have bhlpped ii-5,828 bales of
cotton. Two-thirds of that amount
havo been purchased by spinner buy
ers and shipped to Eastern points, and
n r,uv uhiiiiiiuTitM to Livernool direct.
Miss Cora Dority, a beautiful and
accomplished member of McKiuney
society, is visiting her former school
mate, Miss Beulah MoLarty, of this
place. . , ,
Miss Jesse MoFarhind, a charming
young lady of .Marshall, after a pro
tructed visit among friends of this
eiL. fiiiui.ii.t.,' i ' ""w-i I ..l...... i,,.u r.ifurnnii t her hoiite. mure
l to, and I have no doubtfthan one bidding her a reluctant good-
la& illllK' It' unlic.irl.!....
Ik --,, .a uuunniiiii him
WW' Pwplo wlfl lib
te. Let mo again im
V turn out nroiimtlv .m.i
J. and repair to Gonzales,
"lie Will conmii'r nml (i,..t
lL-as l,eo'1 forced upon us.
..v"!. Hla cnriKtlHiHii.i ...i
il6d are on our side, anil
-" lUlDGrinilH (I ritntriK
VWHI be made to feel ami
t)lnn-l.l,i. ,.l.f .,. i
tRho huve adopted tho
l.Zt. ancestors rJllii.rr.1 r
ijulljh and laugh tu scorn
. , .. w " at nrtHsitt. Tf tn..
Ppolntftr uU 'wseniblo tit the
f'up.au.l i . "T ua." e re'.,,iu'
yoy tlmV" "snort iinioinev
A peat many people, arc asWr.g
what particular troubles Brown's
Iron Hitters Is good for.
It will cure Heart Disease, Paral
ysis, Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con
sumption, Dyspepsia, 'Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and all similar diseases.
Its wonderful curative powcjiis.
wmplybecause-il piaitles and en
riches the blood, "tluis beginning ;t
the foundation, and by building tip
the system, drives out all disease.
A Lady Cured of Rheumatism.
"Baltimore, Md May 7,'i8So. . .
My heilth wat much shattered bj"
IlhciimatUm'whcn I commenced
taking Drown's Iron Dlltera. and I
scarcely had tticuctli cnoucn to at
tend to my dally homehoM dntlcf.
am regaining strength tlally, and I
cheerfully recommend it to all.
I cannut cay too much In praise
of it. Mrs. Makv E. Uhasiicar,
Kidney Disease Cured.
Chrlstlanstiurff, Va., iE8r.
SufTerlng from kidney disease,
from which I could cet no relief, I
tried Hrown's Iron llittcrj, which
cured 'me completely. A child of
mine, recovering from scarlet fever,
had no appetite and did not seem to
be able to cat at al I. I gave hi m I roi
Bitters with the happiest results.
J. Kylu Montacuu.
Vine St.,Harribun:, Pa.
Dee. a. tSSs.
After trying different physicians
and many remedies for palpitation
of the heart without receiving" any
' benefit, I was advised totty Drown's
Iron Hitters. I have used two bot
tles and never found anything that
cave uie so much relic.1".
Mrs. Jr-M.ts Hess. ,
Tor the peculiar troubles to which
ladies arc subjecl, BROWN'S IRON
Bitters is invaluable. Try it.
Be sure and get the Genuine.
orJ.t ?? , i affJ rfinctlr ever tlloeov
"VV.M.It, U eertaln tn It erfectx nrj iloos
not Winter. HEAD 1'ttUOK UKlSw"
SAVED HOt 800 JDOLLMtS
fWMJ.l'Y."J?!,-!,? MSJ.r:ir. It. J. Xrn
?2Srt iKd.a!l.Jinv,, .?uro wltu Krcat uc
Br!S?.S?.0.iT m, Two J'ear B"5 r hnd n
nil. ft ?t?.u ns.w'w evor rnl"'1 n JctUirgon
m? L - Vhc? 1 "wiwbreaWne ldm Ho kicked
hit? hi.?w'?MiV?r ft.na K,,v J1'"1 na-orc one ot
tlSttRil ?ry ,nrp, 'oro''fl' Pln.ntui I ukoiI two
?'C"V? or, i 0"t Kctuliill" Hinvvlu Uttro, and It
Iook the bunch entirely oil, nnd hoiohl anor-
cured comnlctcly nnd lea tho leg mnooth.
,iHa Ple"llu mcUlelnd for rlicUnmlUm. I
av,? recotntiienJca It to i ifood innny, nnd
they nil wiy tt docn tho work. I was lu With
fhW?" ,Knlnn' ruK storp. In Ailnms,
uie other day, nml nnw ti vqry nno jt cturo
?,S?.?!?k.1,,e?'J'!..l.Wwl tonuy It, but could
I'.V. th(ft 't If I "woaltl write to you Unit
.iiw0.w.1'!fSi..,n-e.iaV!' x wlhy "ouia,
From the Akron CoMBirrrUl.OMo, or NoT."ath.
lbs-.'. ' ' '
Reader of tbe Cbtnnmvfal canot welt for
Set that it Inrcc space lm ror yearn been taken
up by Kcmliill'H lulvertlscnicntft cxpcclnlly'
pi a ccrtnltt 8p y In Cure. Wo liavo luul Ucul
lugs with Dr. Kendall for mnny yours, nml
wo know of (.omo lursb business liottneR lu
cltleB nearby' who Inivo also dealt with liliu
fur many yearn, iitttl tho truth In fttUy and
faithfully proven, not only that Ho Ih r nwid,
htmcKt limn, nnd that liln cclcbrntcaapavln
t.urolsnot only all that It la rccoxitncndcil
to pe, but that tho EtiglUli latiruui;o IB not
cnpablo ofrccottiineniUiie It too highly.
Kendull'R Hnnvttl Hilrn rllt nrn u,iiivtna
There aro hundreds of cases lu which that hnu
ocon provcu to our certain knowledge, but,
niter nil, If any mrson eountiestho URcrulticM
ol this celebruted tneUIclno to curing spavins
alone, they make a big tuWtnko. It Is the
uesvmouiciuc Known an au outward applica
tion ror rliounntUMu lr) the human family.
It lHnood forjiitltiH nml aches, KwellltiKR anil
lameness, mill is Jiiftnumfely applied tomen,
wotii6ti and elilhlron as It Is to horses. We
know that thero aro other good llnlmcnta,
hutwotlo believe this spavin euro to bo far
better tlmn any ever Invented.
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
1?oht Yrpivrn, Tcxm, March 11,1883.
ago thero wa u voluablo stallion brought to
the Btablo of Fitrnirs and Henry to lie treated
UsWaakcai 3DtJLr- laa. -
BAGGING AND TIES.
Nos. 0, 8, 10, 12 and 14 JFlrt Streets
oirt XVoDrtlx, 1?ex.Bk,mm
for.a bonoepavln which was one years emwth
and of lironouiiceit ulrp. nml llinvlni. linnifwl
tltnnjyii otitsido' sources that your liniment
lfllnwn an Winlnll'H Mtwivl.i f'tir,. vrtia vmIii.
known as Kendall's Kpiivlu Cure was Yalu.
able, I cotniuenced using H on the enlnrgo
mentand nrtcr six weeks using and Jmvlu
applied two bottles tho horso wiin cured en
tlrcly, leaving tbo leg perfectly smooth.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE
On Iliiinun Flesh.;
It has been used lu thousands of eases on
human lU-sh with such wonderful success
that wo now fcol cortnlu it Is tho best lini
ment known for mun, us It has sutnclent
strength to peuetruto and virtue to euro tho
worst, cases, which aro not, n Heeled In the
leant by ordinary llultuonts, nnd yet 11 docs
not blister or cause u sore.
Vkvat, Intl., August 12, 1681. ir.7I. J. JCeix
dull A Vo.: Gents Hum pic of circulars re
ceived to-day, l'lenr.e send me somo with my
limirlnt. nrlnted on ouo sldo only. Tho Ken
dall's Hpavln Cure. Is in excellent demand
with us, and not only for animals, but for
human ailments also. Mr. Jos. Vorls, ono of
'the leading farmers In our county, sprained
an unklu bsullv. and knowinir tho valuo ol
i tho remedy for horses, tried It ou himself,
and it uitt tar ueuer tunu no naa oxpectcu,
Cured tho epralu In very short order;
Yours respectnilly, C. O. Thieiiako.
I'rtco SI per bottlo, or six bottles forts. All
druggists havo It or can, got H for you, or It
will bosenttoany nddresson rccoltil of price
by tho proprietors, Jilt. 11. J. KENDALI-i
CO., Enosburgh Falls, Vt. Send for illus
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
"tot. jp tlmAjboes;
WUolcsaK nnd lUtnll Dealer hi ... r,v-,
HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, GAS PIPE,
AGENT FOR HALIIDAY'S WIND HL
Corner Houston and Second Btroots, Fort "Worth, Toxan.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST STOVE AND HARDWARE HOUSE IN THE CtTt
Evcry Descrlutlon of Job "Work dono on Short Node.-"""
frnm I tin KVhtm. KO
aud dealers generully,
nch Bitters, by ln-
cr, unit renucriHg
tions reguiur auu
active, keipiJ tho
system In good
protects It niutlnst
2M- disease. For con-
.' utlnnllnn . 1 V-ft'tllirW
i. nil2,.l..wti. . ,.-.1'
'f' -la and liver com
9 ness, Jtictney nnu
a htlto u"it'iim
levers, besldet re
moving all traces
of sucli diseases
sale by all druggists
Jtev. J. M. Trultt, pastor of tho M.
K. Churcli liero, has accepted ejiargo
of tho Henderson college, lie will be
ussleted by ti full and competent corps
of teachers. ,
Col. V. W. Splvey, formerly district
attorney, and JumesG. Garrison, ksq,,
. .... . ... r' ....i .. ......ortmiraliln 111 fll(
juivo (oriiicii . wpiuviiini -practice
V great many members of the
"CWtGet Away" club have -.peat
the time quite pleasantly during
tho past heated time, remaining ut
homo. ... , ,
Tho Gajckitk, nUhough far away
frohi this burg, has juauy Iriends here
iind'wuiiinhdi "lb- ln-ikw- forward -to
with pleasure by your readers, mgfit
togettboneWB from ull parts of tho
'8l,!!ere' l ,. ., ilnhlilwl honm. Rv.
era! substantial brleir buildings are in
course of erectlou, to be occupied by
our nier haitts, and more improve
ments vet to hear ironi.
It is to be regretted that our town
A varranled' .;. tor an Cfseases
caused by malarial poisoning ol the
blood, such as Chills and Fever,
Fiver and Ague, Sun Pains, Dumb
and Masked Agyc, TMrd-day ABu,
SlnHnfl Chill:. Iiitomlllefl, Remit.
tent, Bllioosand all lher Fevers
. caused by aialarla. Ills also tho
' tales! and best cure .lor enlarged
Spleen (Fever Cake), General Deblli.
ly and Periodic Neuralgia.
s. mtuNHWia co.,
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
WANTED TO BUY.
FIVE CENTS ,A LINE.
y g (S (i
WANTED TO SELL.
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
V..9. I f t.l
-;FIVE CENTS? A LINEi
BOOMS FOlt RENT.
FIVE CENTS A LINE.
nHntlteSlitinSP "" TWWncfiwHnnnS
K. M. YanZnndt.
J, J. JarvlH.
J. P. Smith.
TIDBALL, VANZANDT & CO.
FORT OJR,TEC, TBXA.S.
A General "nAnkltiKnnslness Transacted. Oollecltons lrtsvdu and promptly remitted,
oliaiifu drawn ua nil tim princlpnl cities ot Karopo. "
First; National Bank
Comer Housion and Second 'StS., F ort AYSrOi', Texas. ' V
CAPITAL $100,000, SUEPLUS $30,000,
M. IJ. Loyd, FrcsW't, 1. C. Bennett, Tico-Prcsiil't, Geo. Jackson, Ciisli.
Directori J.S. Godwin, M. B.Uyd, i, D. Rttd, Zne Ctlll, D. C, Dennett, Ceoroe Jackson, i. Q. Sendldfin
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
C, J. HWAHEY.
Greatly Reduced Prices I
HavliiK purcluuod this scalo lu car-load lots for cash, I am now prepared 'to otrer my
THE OLD RELIABLE AND BEST SCALE
In tho market at grcaUy reduced prices rrom tortner rates, I have Instock, and thatl keep
ut up Umes a lull lino of scutes and trucks of tuo Kalrbnnk muko. l'urtles wanllnc any
Blr.oscalo will do well to write,, mo for prices, y
PLATFOBM WAGON SCALES A SPECIALTY,
W. F. LAKE, FOHT WOKTH, TEXAS. I
CASEY 4- SWJJSEY,
Importers and Wholcsalo naainrn In
LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
Dr7ort "Worth, Texas.
Agen for St, Louis and Milwaukee Bottled Beer
I-I. TV. CONNER, 8& CO.,
BOOKSELLERS AND .STATIONERS,
No. 207 Houston. Street. vUyi'
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