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THE GAZETTE: FORT WOKTIT, TEXAS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
TAYLOR fe BABE
405 and 407 Houston Street. 405 and 407
THIS "WEKK, SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Pjuy&k 4 Jw
IX FOKEIGN AND DOMESTIC
WE MOTE TO-D
INTO OUM NEW StoS,
Oall on us during tho week, and we will show you t "
Tke Handsomest Stock of -
Complete lino of Jersey Cloth, Cheviots, Camalinc, Tweeds, Satin Solid and Cashmeres. We especially call attention to our
Whore wo will interest you by showing the new designs of Brocaded Silk and Sateens,
Radzimero Bar, Gros de Faille, Gros de Londres, Ottoman Rep, Muscovite, Marvelleaux,
Rhadames, and Columbia, Grain Silk, embossed and plain Velvet and Plushes. Agents for
the genuine Broadhead Dress Goods.
TAYLOR 3s ARE.
Now Tltuo Table.
North bound -. fctO p. m. 0:25 p. m.
Hoitth bound 5:15 n. in. H-.Joa up
TI.XA8 AND PACIFIC.
East bound .. a.wn. m. 2:15 a. m.
Went bound S:m p. in. 9 S p. in
KnstTla-Shornwii 8:30 p.m. 2: 5ti. m.
Weal. " 8:10 p. i". :G3 a. in,
Iiiit bound, (via. Mar-
shall A MlllKiip.) 9:25 n. in. 9:.t0n, in.
West. Extent Sunday .. t:J5 a. m. -1.25 p. tn.
your woitTii A5D uevkii.
North bound 7:00 n. in
Boulu bound 7:15 p. in.
ODL.F, COM111ADO AXI SANTA FE.
New Orlonns, 10:15 p. in. S:15 a. in.
Iampiw-as 3.00 p. ni. 10.00 a. in.
Accomodation 6 00 p. in
Wholesale) and Retail Dealers In
Ever Brought to Fort Worth.
WASHER & AUfflJffl
Cor. IHCouLstoxi sljclcI DEoxxrtlx
OUTFITTERS FOR ALL
TO MY FRIENDS.
Tills 1k io romlnd thorn that I am hMU con
nected with tbe commission house or
Correspondence) and consignments of rot
ton, uool, hldcH And tho produ ts of the
country solicited and appreciated.
THOMAS II. A1UKRAY.
CHINA -A.IVI FANCY GOODS.
A LARGE LOT OF
401 and 403 Houston and 402 Main St. , Port Worth, Texas.
Iiitn rating Items and Town Topic from
Correspondence ot tho Gazette.
Colorado, September S. The gam
blers niul soiled doves of our city uio
having iv hard time now. The gam
blers aie being lined and tho soiled
doves are being Caged in the county
Mr. Hamilton, the pioneer hotel1
man of Colorado, was robbed last Fri
day on Oak street by a bootblack. The
thief apptoauhed Mr. II. while he was
very busy talking In a crowd and went
tluough his pantaloon pocket, tak
irti? $7 j.
John .King, a prominent cownian
Successors to Kneelaml & Harrison.
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Bookseller arid Stai
Assetn of Insurance Companies represented over 8120,000,000. FIro
a i.anii8 anu uity j-ropen
Pollclch turned. To-uu Lands and City 1'roperty bought and fcold,
jaiu. nouses reuuu
T t ffi. n-ii1 A nntiiin
Taxes rendered anil
15,000 ROLLS WALL PAPEH,
SCHOOL BOOKS, ALL KINDS,
TOYS AND HOLIDAY GOODS!
AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION, '
311 AND SIS HOUSTON STKEET,
from Tom Green county, with In to see
us i esterdny.
Col. Clai'k, that genial sheep-owner
on the Yellow Houo canyon, gavoour
olllco a call Thursday. Tho colonel
has a Hue Hock of sheep and ould
like to sell now.
Jim Mas-soy, our ice man, created no
little laughter at the depot yesterday
evening. Jim is a largo liUO-pounder,
and on the departure of the train he
pleKcd up an old vullt-e ho found ly ng
mi tho platform and took his seat on
tho steps of one of the coaches, and
halloed "Good-byo, boys." He mile
homo distance and jumped oil'. The
norter of iho sleepi-j1 was on toe plat
form In the rear of the sleeper and Jim
let him have tho valise with all force.
The tunny part of this tale cannot be
described, nut thoso who saw the
notions of both Jim and the coon know
"how it was," and everybody hud a
Cowan & Shcan have purchased the
iiotiwnre-hpuso formerly occupied bv
J.T. Davis Sc Co., and wllUlltrit up
and remove their largo and growing
commission business there In a few
Mr. L. Itouvantof San Antonio has
opened up a stock of jewelry and
watches in fccnwaru, xwsa cc i.'o.'h
store on uak street.
The sentiment of our citl.eno on the
pchool question AVas determined by a.
general election on Tuesday lut," re
sulting in almost a unanimous uiujor
ity In favor of publlo free schools. The
board of trustees will proceed at once
to organlzo schools In accordance
Tho revival at the Uaptjst church
still goes on.
. 8. It. Udell, Charles Schandry and
1 Tj. Udell of JSt. IjOUIh weto among
the visitors to tho branch olllco of the
Texas Invest uiutit company this week.
Theao gentlemen arc out Wi'M for tho
purpose of making tiimo invcntmcutH.
Mr. Phil. Waldhiom, agent of the
.Hradstreet company, was In Coloiado
nhis week in thelntorcst of the Com'
finer vini Jieporter,
J. A. Peacock returned this week
ifrom a business trip to Chicago. JIo
fwj'8 things in the thostotsk yards ato
tiibiicr dml there.
ilTi to Kridiiy 140 cars ofcattleaud
itwiifvo cars of muttons weroforwaided
from here this week.
A-innll girl of a Keoteh family wlio
ate lopnlng at tho Hamilton Houte,
steppiKi out of an up-Ktalrs dwr Tliuw
day nbht luitl fell to tlo gioturi about
twelve itet. stilklnir her head against
alio platform below, which jjioducod
cu(icuiiVJ 01 me uraiu. ur. runups
waK caUi'd in, and ho reports her re
AJovfliy ver doubtful.
Tho oity w Aill of arrangers and JiubI
aieisi.r,f every itlnd Is goou, and all tho
lucrchuuls wir a pleasant smile.
Col. T. C. ltofi; Orand Chancellor r f
the Knights of Pythias of the state of
Texas, came to our city yobterday. Ho
comes to organize the Incite of his
older heic and place tho &.ime on se
Windmills aie coining into general
use hero, and more than live or i-lx
have icceiitly been erectel. Thus the
question of pure water is being rapidly
Prof. JRohhnrd has a fine attendance
at the school house In E.ist Colorado.
Work on the hotel building of J. II.
Good & Co., cm Oak street is progress
ylnce the late lire Judge D. R. Ma
son and his eftlclent clerk have been
quite busy wilting up policies.
D. Schwartz & Co.
Will open to the public the largest and most select
OF PIECE GOODS
SCOTCH CASSIMEilES, PLAIN AND FANCY CORK
And all the Latest Novelties in the
f UNPARALLELED BARC
JLiSillQ and 'OeiiS
f &vs.'.'& ijp r 'iMw v":.'x
At the Star Shoe SI
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Iloudcrron llnppeiiliiR Cotton Slilimn'iits
Crops and Local Notes.
Coricsnondem.0 of tho Gazette.
Henderson, September 8. Tt is esti
mated that the cotton shipments fiom
this plauo for the ensuing reason will
not exceed thirteen thousand bales.
Tho deeieaso ia not pnly Hue to the
shortni"-s tferopsl but stvral thou
saud bales which producers have here
tofore brought to this market willgo
Nacogdoches to bo shinned by liie-
mond's road, recently built to that
point from Houston.
Tho sentiments of our farmers are
encouraging in legard to crop pros
pects than they have been recently.
Cotton Is bcomlng in quite lively
Country camp meeting are quite
picvalent in our rutal dlstiicts.
Dr. J. l' Merratt bus in course of
erectlou u large and commodious Iniek
Ktore-housoiwhlch will add much to
the appearanco of our city.
Mr. Jack Ganl-on, son of our es
teemed representative, is quite ill
with typhoid fever, having been con
fined to his room for nine weeks.
Tho fruit ci op in this section is ex
ceedingly light. The shipineut of
one week Inst season were moio than
has been shipped altogether this sum
mer. Uoth our county papers, tho Xcws
and Times, so-nxo out on the first bilm
full of uewsaud contaluiiu a full re
view of Husk county's advantages and
Henderson's commctcial Intercuts, and
I a general write-upof all our prluclpal
The Henderson and Overton train
now arrives In the morning and leaves
In tho evening, contilbuting much to
the convenience of the public.
The weather still continues to bo hot
and dry. Is'o rain and no prospect
D. SCHWARTZ & CO.,
GlotMers, Tailors anil Graff Fiuisliers
Corner HoiiHton mid Second Streets.
, ' HOWARD TULU,
X)Ouli- ill n r,1
Watches, Diamonds, Jen
I emu if IuturuHt I'ruiU Altlleuo Oenoriil
Correnpondenc'0 to tliu UuicUh.
Ablleaw?, September . Tlio weatl'.er
i dry Jjeie Just now, although It
ruinul liJHtlein thefoutli part of tho
ci untv n lew days ago.
Tho Wilson biotheis, tho most hue
ce3sful sheepmen in lluunels county,
called on tia to-d ly. Atlhtir Herbert,
lioiu ISnglaud, gavo us a plcabat call.
Ho Is ill tho sheep buslnesi and says
he likes Texas.
"Will Cavron and his hi oilier John,
will leave here in a few days for Mm
Fiancisco, They h.ivo s-old out their
sheep and ranch in HuiukIs county.
John will t;o to AitdtiMlIu.
H. A. Hlrau, 'of this county,
one ol the Hist sluepineu hore,
gavo us a pleubant ci.ll
and says he farmed sheep in Austialla
once, and he thought It a good country
then, but Is now In Texas and is
pleaded with the grass of Texas.
J. IJ. Huglusol this town, who has
considerable Interests here, mivs his
fcheep are fat and Hue.
Tne two-story brick building of
Cameion it Phillips, hardwatedealers.
is piogressing fiwu The Baptist
chinch will soon bo ready and the
Taylor county brick bank 111 soon be
A. H. Norman of this county says
his r.uuro is too dry to wean his lambs
yet. He says he met a man
a few dajs ago willing to cure scabby
sheep without clipping. He will bo a
boon and a blessing to sheepmen,
P. A. Kaufman, the leader of tho
brass band here, has hla men well
trained. The bind is second to none
west of the Fort.
Tho Gaktte in u welcomo visitor
heic every morning,
TWO LA11HT2 LIGHT 11003IS UP
STAIRS 0YKU OUIt H)X STORK
C0KNTK OV lOUlMI ANU. HOUSTON
STKinvrs-oNi: r rr.m' ukup and
oni2 20 rr.m dkkp. roxxwrniu
IIY TOLDINO DDOltS, Wlhb HUNT
si:pakatkly oh Tot,TrIii)H.
No cities at 1)111111111111', s.
A full line of the very latest ttyle of
fall and winter clothing. Worsted and
cibsuneisof thu veiy late&t style in
socks and frocks. Also tho very latest
novelties in handkerchieis and' fancy
hosiery. A fine line of Stetson's hats
Go to 11. JC.Jlrown & Co's. (or dia
monds and fine watches.
6.000 bales of cotton for
and October. Shipments
outers. Oideis solicited in
FlNDl.KV, AXJIKHSOX & CO.
Mr, George P. Miller, Hamilton,
says: ''I used Brown's Iron Bliteis
with good results for dyspepsia, ner
Howard watches aie tho best.
X. Brown it Co. keep a full line.
Don't foigct that Spencer & Tucker's
is the place to buy lresh compressed
Go to Dashwood & King for Harper's
"Uorodeutlue,', tho lhast tooth lotion
in the market.
Glvo Harper's fragiaut "Boroden
tlno" for the teeth n trial. For salo by
Uns-hwood & King.
Try Haiper's Borodentlno" tooth
lotion; It just, takes tho cake. Sold by
Dashwood &, King.
Chickens and eggs and fresh coun
liy buttefat Turner & McClure's.
California panned goods at Turner &
SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED
307 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Te:
Cliickering, New England, Hardeman and Sts
Organs of Every Grade rf:
Respectfully invites an inspection of bissto.
COMPLETE IN ALL ITS
Low lates and quick time to tho
exposition at Louisville, Ky., and
Cincinnati Ohio via Jfbsouri Pacific
and Texas and P.iciric railways.
Faro to Louisville and icturn
$32.40. to Cincinnati and return ?:U.40.
Tickets to Louisville sold Mondays
and Thuifadays and to Cincinnati
Wednesday's and Saturday. Don't
forget thai above roads will put you
tlnough a cool, beautiful healthy coun
try and lo hoiu.s quicker than fill
others. Hotel and Pullman cars ion
all tuiins. For further Information
J. J. Cuuw, ticket ngen.
my. Joseiih Dyer, Mt. Colin eny
"Brown's lion Bitters has diV
good service for Inteinilttent f,
loss of appetite."
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Thoso snake bracelets mounted lu
diamonds aie all tho uige. For sale at
It. !N Brown',".
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CHARLES F. HALL, DRUGGIST AND PHARIVIACIST,
Purest OXxci Best JDjtjl&& s4,33.cL GJol&uolgsl19 lEixiest B3?oilet A3
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO FILLING- PBESOBIP TlONS.r-rT m
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COMIiS, B11USUES AND PAXCT GOODS.)
No, 509 Houston Strest, Fort Worth, Texas.
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