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To r iMlliUijpHlrri In Tlio Gazette
nil aawrejfgSAtir Tevelrvd -At this office
ruusKtijaiccmupunied by the cali eiwpt
lttoar8 where contracts cxldt
STEREOTYPING
AS
the Gaietto Prepared to Ifl
for Casting
JplrbfSieAi in the citv and out of town cin
iha yc their typo matter cast in plates any
sizo at The Gazette ofllce This will bo a
irreat convenience lo job printers enabling
them to economize in type and press work
Charges reasonable C
fcaiette Circulators Qffi
Those who wish toSliKJrTbo or settle
subscription to theSaSbWorth Daily Ga
zrTL w ill ilcicSntt our office 10 1 Main
stiet tytVrpcv VtVatherford and First at
W Ugii6 kc f mt stand Kesjwetf ully
H F AND J IJ SlIUXKLE
City Circulators
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REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION
Delegatci to the Iort Worth Worlds Fair
Contention and the lmer Com-
luerclal Congress
X
Waco Tfk April 21 1591
Mr K S JliJ n SecreUri Chamber or Com
merce Fort Worth T-
Ditit Kin I take pleasure in handing you
hciewitti a list of iheintmbers of this
association appointed as delegates by tho
Texas real estati association to attend the
convention to In- held in Tort Worthies
on May Yi liU to take action loosing
tp the proper representation of Txas at the
World Columbian expostton In present
ing a list of our representatives let me as
sure jou thit this movement on the part of
jourChamiT of Commerce has our most
heartv liidorsi ncnt and we beg to assure
jouthat Texas real estate association will
co operate to the extent of our abilityto
have Texas propcrlv represented at the
great cxiiosition Yours sincerelj
C S lUnni Secretary
Delegates C H Silliman Fort Worth
W B Slosson Itusk J H Bright Hous
ton Will A Wooldert Tyler C W Lewis
Shonuui I J Fairbanks Dnnison JN
tJmcsbecck San Antonio John O John
son Autiu 1 L Downs Temple S J
T Johnson Corsi inj George Diehl
Wato V Westmoreland Vernon II L
Henderson Abdene it B Godtey Dallas
C S Hardy Waco Mark Weiss Beau
mont W A Keiman Aransas Harbor Ira
Taylor Wcatherford 1L W Harris
Mexia Tex
Given under mv hand and sea of office
this Mth day of Aiiril IM1 at Waco Tex
C S Hardy Secretary
Waco Tkx April SI 131
7Ir Tom Richardson Secretary
Commercial Congress Uener Col
Urn Sin I take pleasure in handiugyou
herewith a list of the members of our
lation elected by our bojrd of directors to
attend the sessions of the commercial eon
ptcss lo con vc ne in Denver May Was tho
representatives of Texas real estate nssoci
ntion In doing this let me express tho
hope that this concress may accomplish
great good for the West and South as well
as the whole couutrj The delegates are aa
follows S J T Johnsor Corsicaun I L
Downs Temple W B Slosson Husk H
M Henderson Abilene and C S Hardy
Waco Given under my hand and seal this
the 24th day of April 191
C S Hakdv Secretary
Some ef Our Leaders
Royal pitcnt flour
Hitters fumous preserves
Newtonia and Texas creamery butter
Millers drj compressed yeist
Fort Worth packing house hams
Amcncan t rench peas w
ofcackei sjt
ar house molasses
Lillet soaps
h standard roasted
Fort WortMjaekinjJjhouse lard
Hehu piikHj
The abo e goods are o best goods to be
hai in the mai Kets of theiworld
And all these goods are lor sale at
Turner tV Dingers tho famous
Houston street grocers r 4b
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On Saturday May i
Mm pacific Ex
press company wjuH at auction over UW
pieces of uaclaireed express matter
skt -- UDocti uoute Agent
ja
ritnt Allnij Xcar lindcn
torrcspondt nee ot the Gazette
ItsnuN Tr April 24 News has justa
reached here of a ory serious difliculti
ttiat occurred at Kings farm in this county
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the 22nd instant in which Edgar King an
excellent young- man of twentj years will
probably lose his life It seems that he and
a negro were iuarrelling about a cotton
planter when young Kin threw a stick at
him and the nesro struck him with a scant
ling on the arm knocking King down and
breaking the pole in three pieces As King
was setting up ho struck him again and re
peated the licl the second time breaking
the skull at which time tho negro fled for
safety The country is aroused and should he
be caught the chances are that judge lynch
will call a special session of his court II
B King the father of the wounded boy is
one of the most successful farmers and mer
chants of the county and Edgar is a gradu
ate of Central college at Sulphur Springs
Texas and a young man of unusual intelli
gence and business qualifications Kings
farm is about twenty miles northwest of
this place
HORSE THIEF KILLED
lie 3Iac8 a Break for Liberty and Is Shot
Horses Recovered
Correspondence ol the Gazette
Mentakdviu e Tex April 22 Sir Ed
Wilhelm a deputy sheriff of this county
came to town on h riday last and reported
lo tho justice of the eace that he had lost
some horses He got out papers for one
Margiuta Garcia Taking charge of the
papers he started on a hunt for Garcia
whom ho suspected as being the thief He
found both horses and Garcia atSanAn
gelo With the aid of tho sheriff of Tom
Green county he made the arrest Tying
the Mexican on one of the horses he started
for this place When within six miles of
here last night about 8 oclock Garcia get
ting his feet untied made a break for lib
erty Wilholtn shot him twice Ho
brought him to town last night immedi
ately summoned a doctor who did all ho
could Garcia died in the courthouse this
morning from tho w ounds Mr Wilhelm
says he found about San Angelo one of his
mothers horses which was stolen and sold
by Garcia two years ago
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N
MKINLEY
X
Ills Xouiinatinn for Governor Almost
Certainty The ConventorfMeets
Jane 10
Columbus Ohio April The meeting
of the members of the Itepublican state
central committee in Columbusvyesterday
attracted to tho city a large number of the
representative Republicans frocievery
luarterof the state Indications are that
tnc nomination of Mai McKinlev for
wilt wv nviln hi tlm eini intTnn
out the slightest opposition and the im
pression prevails that McKinleys namij
will be presented by no other than ex
Govemor Forakcr Tho committee has
called the state convention to meet at
Columbus on Tuesday and Wednesday
June 10 and IT
IF YOU
Want money
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a house
Want to sell plants or grain
Want to sell groceries drugs
Want to sell household goods
Want to make any form loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
THE
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mtHMZErl
Advertising obtains new customers
Advertising keeps old customers
Advertising liberally always pays
Advertising makes success easy
Advertising makes confidence
Advertising shows energy
Advertising shows pluck
Advertising means biz
Advertise immediately
Advertise constantly
Advertise regularly
Advertise always
Advertise well
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NOW1 iiiS
TeethidaBasrplatcs Drs Abdill i
SittttiBi corner Fifth and Main streets i 3
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Go to J P Woods-
and most comnleta
isyse
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he city
BE USEFUL
PATHWAY TO SUCCESS LIES
THROUGH LABOR
and Become
rnrsue an Avocation DUicently
come a Reliable Citizen Brickmasons
Stone Cutter 1alnter
Tn Tttirsurmre of the intention of
Gazette to place before the young Ameri
cans launching out into the world with a
view of earning an honest living and in
order to enable the Texas boys to become
reliable citizens a reporter continued his
rounds among the mechanics last week
with the following results
nniCK LATER
Mr William Brice who has spent seven
teen years as a brickmason said Brick
layers serve three yearsThe first year the
earnings are 56ler week lhe second year
S3 per week the third year ilO and a
full man makes 55 rents per hour The
bricklayers have a very strong union and
stick together closely In Texas they are
able to work the greater part of the year
but inclement weather causes a great loss
of time in- the North Boys who desire
to learn brickmasonry should apply to
some contractor in the community and
should stick to it until they become skilled
workmen
STOXECDTTEnS
Mr Brice who knows tho art of building
in almost every line also referred to stone
cutters stonemasons and carpenters He
said in regard to stonecutters In order
to become an expert stonecutter a boy
should serve four years The Avages are
R5 per week for the first year S per week
the second vear 10 per week tho third
year 12 per week the fourth year and
iift3 cents an hour for a full man Tho
stonecutters also have a strong union
Stone Building
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Corner Main and Eighth Streets Fort Worth Texas
A3IUSEJIKNT
GREENWAITS OPERA
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
MONEY A
Creole
Regulates and stim
vous prosirauou
aies
Witty uUMBRthTr
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STONEMASONS
A stonemason is the mechanic who lays
the stone in a building after it has been
prepared by the stonecutters A strong
athletic boy will be three years learning the
business and the wages range in tho same
manner as bricklayers viz For the first
year So per week for the second year 8
per week for the third year 4 10 per week
An accomplished workman makes fifty cents
per hour
Carpenters have been mentioned in a pre
vious article They serve three years and
a full man makes from twenty five cents to
thirty five cents per hour
SHOEMAKER
Nicola Petta shoomaker states that a
boy can become n shoemaker in six or seven
months Waires are paid by the piece and
range from 1S per week to 25 per week
Tho factories however are rapidly remov
ing the shoe shops and boys are now learn
ing only factory work which is diversified
someTmen putting on the soles others
making the uppers and others cobbling
The shoemaker as a class are given to too
frequently touching the flowing bowl end
often rove from town to town As there
are few factories in Texas factory labor is
unknown in this state and the shoemakers
are compelled to learn every department
Thc shoemakers have no union but stick to
the usual prices tenaciously
Painters are dividing into several classes
houso painters carriage painters and sign
painters Upon this trade tho reporter in
terviewed A Calvert who has been in the
business ten years and who has followed
the business in every department He said
vIIouse painters serve an apprenticeship of
five years and tho pay depends upon the
trnplojer and the expertnoss of tho
learner The secret of tho trade exists in
tho ability to mix the paints and secure tho
proper colors and not in the rapidity with
which the paint is thrown against tho
houso A full man makes about 250 and
3 a day in Texas but tho most successful
painters go to a small growing town and lo
cate permanently NA rolling stone gathers
no moss and it seems that the painters are
tho greatest rovers in tlioovorld
Carriage painters make about the same
wages as house painters buttheir work is
in tho shadow of a house and not so oner
ous Sign painters where they possess
talent can make from 5 to SO per day and
sometimes more Very lew painters can
paint a sign and it is a trade within itself
To become an expert sign painter a boy
generally consumes seven or eight years
Tho painters have a union but it is a
weak institution and does not amount to
ch
RETURNS TOO LATE
An Old Man Hangs Himself on Learning
That Eu Daughter Is Leading
Itfe of Shame
Special to the Gazette
Tauiequau I T April 25 News of a
sad suicide of an old gray headed man of
sixty years reached this place this
morning from a few miles north of
here in Arkansas On April 10 an old man
by the name of Dukes came to the home of
Silas Ingram and said he was on the look
out for his daughter Annio Dukes whom
he had not seen since her infancy He
said that he was married in Missouri in
IsoO He and his wife had trouble which
separated them and he went to Oregon
His wife still lived in Sllssouri and died
there a year or so ago Last July Dukes
came back to Missouri to live with his only
child Annie whom he had never seen
since leaving his wife three years after
their marriage The daughter was not to
be found in Missouri and after searching
some time he heard that she was living in
this country He immediately left for
Tahlcqunh He inquired for his daughter
but could get no tidings of her A few
days later however ho got information
that she was in Fort Smith Ark and was
Having decided to close out ovtij5vromens misses- and childrens shoes vre offer our eng
tire stock in these lines at
25jPER CENT DISgfUNT FOR CASH
stoc
spring In
This
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im excmsKettr
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but will include all goods
oiiyaifl youths
bought
for this
jpaTtment as we intend to con-
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THE GAZETTE JfT WORTH TEXAS SUNDAY APKIL 20
house kar
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Oration by
Tenrv watterson
A Raro platform treat
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SATURDAY MAY 2 MATINEE aid NIGHT
MISS LILLIAN LEWIS
Benefit for the orphans
living a life of shame This report was
verified by others and the old man seemed
heart broken and desolate On the eve
ning of the day above mentioned he was
found hanging in Mr Ingrams barn dead
having hanged himself with a bridal rein
He was about sixty six yeirs old and said
that he had a brother in Missouri and two
in Oregon He claimed to have sold goods
in Ketsville Mo in 1S50 being one of tho
first merchants of that place
TRUSTEES ASSOCIATION
The Educators of Tarrant County Hold a
Profitable Meeting
A most interesting meeting of the Tar
rant county school trustees association was
held in the Belknap street school building
to day The attendance was not large ow
ing to the great press of work among the
farmers of the county but nearly every
portion of the commonwealth of Tarrant
was represented by trustees and quite a
number of teachers were also present and
participated in the interesting discussions
The trustees were welcomed to the hos
pitalites of Fort Worth by that man who
is doing so much for education not only in
this city but for tho entire county viz
Superintendent James M Carlisle He is a
great favorite with the trustees and never
fails to instruct and interest them by his
earnest practical and proercssive ideas
Tho programme as published in The Ga
zette last week was in the main carried
out and much good will certainly result
from this days work
Tho trustees of Tarrant county are doing
a grand work for tho cause ef education
and the new schoolhouses elegant furni
ture and apparatus increased interest and
better prepared teachers which are now to
be found in so many districts arc pleasing
monuments to their fidelity and industry
The trustees to day were greatly encour
aged bv an address bv W A Hanaer Esq
TARRANT CO BIBLE SOCIETY
An Important Meeting to be Held at tho
First liaptlst Church Monday Night
This benevolent society will hold its an
nual meeting in the First Baptist church
Dr J M Wells pastor on Monday night at
S oclock tho 27th inst The object of this
meeting is to reorganize this society audi
tako measures to make it moro efficient
hear addresses by Hev Dr Lloyd pastor
of tho First Methodist church and licv
W B Rankin state agent of the American
Bible society and to collect funds to carry
on tho Bible work The pastors of the city
churches are requested to distribute cards
to obtain contributions for the Bible causo
at their services to day and announce the
Bible meeting on Monday night All tho
friends of the Bible are earnestly requested
to attend and to contribute to this needy
and good object
The present officers of this society are
T H Roe president B P Fakes secre
tary m u iarmgton treasurer
None but ten
whisky
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at this season
tired unsatisf
yeaisaiiiJMnoof
erroijaMPSWc Mansion bar
Lillian Lewis
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3VonotcBn
aCtorv coiiltu
may be so much benefited
saparilla It purines the bloa
tho weak strong
CTMBB
Nelson
5St The New MacdalenJ will be nresented
at the opera house on Saturday May 2 for
tho matinee bill and -Credit Lorraine
will be played in the evening Miss Lillian
Lewis the famous Kentucky beauty will
appear as Mercy Merrick in the former and
as Lenora in the latter play
Tho ladies and gentlemen engaged to sup
port Miss Lewis are artists of metropolitan
reputation In speaking of tho company a
writer says lMiss Lewis amid a com
pany of powerful actors rer ains at all
times the throbbing focus of tho plav
Trained co operation under tho most effi
cient stage direction are the prime factors
of the performance aiven by this organiza
tion The result is that the production has
that artistic finish and exquisiteness of de
tail one sees at Dalys or at Palmers Miss
Lewis is the greatest emotional actress of
the age and she is surrounded by artists
worthy of her ability
The above attraction will appear for tho
benefit of tho Fort Worth benevolent
orphan home
Henry Wattersons Lecture
One of the brilliant men of the press
whose bright mind and best thoughts and
most earnest endeavors have always been
given to the South is Henry Watterson of
Louisville Ho is a most charming enter
tainer too and on Wednesday night next
at Greenwalls opera house he will speak to
all thoughtful men and women on Money
and Morals or as his subject is some times
called The Money Devil He will not
only instruct but amuse as his talk is said
to bo suited to all classes While throwing
out much that will furnish food for reflec
tion it is marked by the sparkle and tho
humor which distinguish the eloquent
editors writings and sends every one away
ttengnteiu
THoS
The popularity
has gained as a sp
iui it possess
health mvmg o
restoring whiclt
Medicine
foods Sarsaparilla
edicine is wonder-
those elements of
ying and appetite-
seems to need
nue in a dull
on when you
Hoods
and makes
Fort Worth Liberal Society
Meeting and lecture on What I Found In
the Poorhouse by Hon J A Merriam
the friend of the poor
Meeting at Knights of Labor haU 1G04
Main street at 10 oclock this Sunday
morning The public is respectfully in
vited to attend Admission free
Col Habris President
Isaac S Lee Secretary
Paris Court Jfotef
Special to the Gazette
Pabis Tex April 25 In the Federal
court Walter Edwards for horse theft plea
of guilty was given five years at Detroit
In tho state district court the following
case was disposed of Alfred Debro
forgery guilty two years I the peniten
tiary
The smallpox patient at the pest house is
doing weU There are no new cases in the
city A number of rumors were run down
but amounted to nothing
To BIS
is unexcelled In
easex peculiar to la-
se molasses at
TCKSEK DlXOBE3
The famous HoOMn street grocers
McLEOD HOTEL
Main Street Dallas Texas
UL1JUU HEfcLiULJViJCT9ES
on the Relation of the People to the IubiS5fi Cool south rooms
It Cl 1 TS t fir IT T tlA f l
told them in a most able paper of the
Model Public School and How to Secure
It Tho speeches of Mr John Moore
Professor Stevens Mr W H Hardin and
others were full of interest A vote of
thanks was given for the use of tho build
ing By invitation of the city superinten
dent the trustees association will hold its
next session in the city high school build
ing By motion adjourned to meet again
tho fourth Saturday in August 1S91 at 10
a m Lea Ciirismax
President pro tern
J J IlAri Secretary
Fort Worth April 25
Opposite Depot
A SAFE AND PROFITABLE
FIELD FOR INVESTMENT
DR FRANK G
SlKCIAI
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ST JMESjmEL
Anm0rrPian
Proprietor
Rates 2 Per Day
Free sample rooms
Wichita rails
Texas S
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RAylrfSSwIP
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OCUldiPKND AURIST
PnSlclImlted to diseases of the Eye Ea
Nose and throat Cor 5tli anu i
uorara
QR FRANK M MULUNp
JJVIlRr KOSE AND THROAT
Doctor McCoy
Rectal anil Genito Dfj
organs
Office
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FEMAljriJjPlTTrrc I SKIS
DlSUASBiRr vurj f DlSEVSEs
naciirni f f and all diseases or the rec
fftWr rial uUi tum w ithout detention from
OKtbuslncss
Urethra Strictures gSSS cJtUns or
Gonorrhoea Syphilis nlloSry
ST FT WORmfix
jfTpric
jyAiiFESTATE BROKER
12 Main Street - - ForUpOTirTev
T C QERON 0
DEALEBJJlfflrEAL ESTATE
CorrespgaiWfleewill receive prompt attention
jCLAKENUON TEX
50 CENTS ON THE
-LOT
LXJiBBO
Uccentlv elected countv seat of Lu
in the lower plains country The tov
thonsrh only ninety davs old can
neaiTy 200 souls Lubbock county i
thrifty class of farmers and stockmen
For prices and other particulars appl
in ingjfflii r lifci P
J0crBnAKHL sO
WBMmmmMer
Everything new Finest table best furnished
house in Texas Xo hotel in the state is as ab
solutely freo from danger ot tire
MP
I have just purchased the EaiiiSptBglsft
better known as the ImbaMMRciagseU
mammoth stock of furoimiMKW cents on tit
SI and consequcnJiKPPFSinc to those who
want lino andjMflHPypTfced furniture at least
half of wbattWwrEwould have to pay at any
other MUftfiYe house in the city and in order
lyinfy vourel es that what I say is true
rfitt tie old store of Imboden Daggett and
examine thq 110000 stock I am no onenug
Here Is an opportunity to save one hall your
furniture bills und you cannot aHord to let tho
chance escape
3ST LaOROIX
1316 1C03 and 107 - - - Main Seet
JOSEPH H BROW
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MifisffemT
XHG11 h
Tho mammothiMMnlRe at foot of Main
street formgriMMBpied by Joseph II Brown
also thQJpnPry uiOck In rear thereof and a
numlfcaSfbrtier lots in Fort Worth are now for
iTJeata Bargain and on easy terms The
wiupieu pjn ui me siure uisu luc lauiui iui
rent Applvto J Y Hogseit
Office over Traders National Bank
LYNCHED BY U S SOLDIERS
If Uncle Snm Cant Control His illnecoats
He Cant ISlame w Orleaus
Waix Walu Wash April 2o D J
Hunt tho slajer of Private Miller Wednes
day was lynched last evening by soldiers
from the garrison and fell in the courthouse
yard riddled with sixteen bullets four of
which entered his heart
LOOKING FOR ACQUITTAL
The Argument in the Jalia Martin Case
Public Opinion
Birmingham Ala April 23 The argu
ments in the Julia Martin case which be
gun yesterday afternoon are still going on
to day Ward Johns and Wedle speak for
the defense to day and Baker for the pros
ecution Solicitor Hawkins closes for the
state Monday The case will not be fin
ished to day The public generally believe
that a verdict of acquittal will be rendered
Street Improvement Tax
Tho city council on the 6th of January
1S91 passed a resolution instructins the as
sessor and collector to levy upon advertise
and sell the property of all dejmpint
street improvement taxpayeruMHPRwas
created and passed byAMflHouncil in
their regular mceiiHHBIirdinancc No
33o passed SMgjpPIF 23 1SS3 ordinance
No 337iJBBBPffuly 15 1SS4 ordinance
No SlHMHRaFcbruarv 17 1SS ordinanci
lassed February 20 ISSti ordinance
S2S passed November 24 1SS9 and due
on the 1st day or January lui on luim
street property Part of the above tax re
mains due and unpaid All persons inter
ested In the above tax win please call at
once pay this tax and thereby remove the
cloud from their titles on said property and
oblige yours respectfully
Hcon T Wilson
City Assessor and Collector
April 20 1S91
Investigate jpP
I have for sale a fewjMMBB5ted lots
in the growing touMPRtacado county
seat of CrasjapBKj7 vrhch I will sell at
a bMMP W S Dickib m
jfifmT2ii ana Houston r uix uhuuhp
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Tk Fioct RjjJjjPWWory
at AsdersosJMpKRofer
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lt of over 0 h
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ter and Fort
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Pnrrr cand and HOUSI
THE FORT
Successor
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John G JahS Presdt
Frenult
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CLOTHING
Dahlman
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Cash Capitail0Bb
WortU Tex
now Manufactured
BprEB
TEXAS
one of the best and most centrally located
the forks ot tne famous leuowuouse v ui
ouses a 3 story 17 room hotel and a popu
undinjr counties are beinir rapidlv settled ii
ited number of lots for sule in this promise
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LOFTON L HARP8L or F E WHEELOCK
Corner 4th and HoustotTSts Fort Worth Texas
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Sole Agents for the Celebrated
MUSIC CO
JWiJQyft 7J7 Main Street llfJ N Murphy Street PaUas Texas
per acre
WOflk
VAliJABLE ACREAGE FOR SALE
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