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Tiif itzrrn 111 its advertising columns
yesterday contained a notice of the dissolu
IM11 of iheiSrm 01 H Tully Co aud the
annoinceinVtt that J K ilifchell would
continue tliAhusincss TlujHiigh commen
dation b MiVruHy of hj suecessor spoke
for itself an couiinyTis it did from a
tniTchanl whoVas aJrjys ranked high in
Fori Worh imieh Mr Mitchell
although a jouimpan has had ripe expe
rioui n tin ievoJ J > usitiessaud occupies
able wy ioiVtda > as one of our
pricna inerilyits soloiJ Ju jrit of his
own Nme ars aijo he entered Mr
Tulj Nirviii as a cierl lie rapidly
iumd an increased nary and higher posi
tion upil tvn wars ago lie was taken into
paitnerMi ip and now he succeeds to 1 he
entiiibiisinf s Hard work correct hab
its fair dealing sobriety and excellent
lmsines tiiailcatioiis liave won success
Vlr Milchells many friends are proud
liis sncess and he has earned ai the honor
bestowed on him
The Favorite at
aily increasing sales
Texas brewing com
Wortli is very en
ls loyalty to home
I elenieftujhat enters into
another iS that the beer
made is ei al to the best The product has
become so much liked that people now ask
for Fort Worth beer
Tost Their Money on Show Da
Correspondence of the Gazette
IjsnxAitn Fanms CocMr Tex Oct
33 A circus was in this city yesterday
Several greenhorns lost their little wads to
the fakiis One old man Joshua Steaph
ens was coniidenced out of 140 Another
party claims to liaw given a 30 bill for
clMiige and oniy received 10 back Sev
eral others donated from 30 to 100 each
Last night curing the circus performance
here a young lady called to Constable Bax
ton aud complained that there was a mau
under the seats Constable Baxton made
an investigation and found one J 11Bow
m under the ladys seat holding to her
skirts Constable Baxtou promptly kicked
him from under the seats Bowels is now
tinder arrest
i ate ts ht
Dallas News
Judge Sawnie Kobertson was out of the
city when the Cole incident came up lie
did not return until a day er two ago and
was not prepared to express an opinion
iiDjiUie had fully informed himself Yes
vSy he was asked for his view of the
inatter Ho said
I have rad the published criticisms
upon the action of the committee in re
questing Mr Cole to resign If Mr Cole is
a good Democrat ho ought not to have re
signed If he has ceased to be a Democrat
he ought to have resigned without request
If he has ceased to be a Democrat and neg
lected to resign I can see no reason why
the other members of the committee should
not Tmiuu him of his duty Tile question
then is whether Mr Cole by adopting thu
principles of the subtreasury scheme aud
stumping in favor of putting it in practice
has cea = ed to be a Democrat This question
involves another Has the Democratic
party any lixed principle by which the
Democracy of a measure may be tested in
advance of a direct declaration by projier
contention They say we have no such
principles Who contends that he is a good
Democrat regardless of his political princi
ples who lias in the past and will in the
future vote lor the nominees Herr Most
may on this test be a good Democrat One
who believes in erasing state lines
and appointing for the Union a
dictator who believes that popular
government is a failure and that
human liberty is a forfeit may be by this
test a good Democrat As well say that
every good man though he believes that
Christ was an impostor is a good Christian
1 think the Democratic party has one prin
ciple which cannot be denied to it That is
that the Federal government has only the
powers expressed conferred upon it by the
constitution and amendments thereto and
that congress has not other than its enum
erated powers derived from the general
welfare clause This is the mudsill of
national Democracy On this principle wo
think that the power to tax is limited to the
legitimate support of the government and
that it is not extended by the general wel
fare clause so as to embrace the power to
protect any class of persons or industries
On this principle we oppose the appropria
tion of money by congress for educational
purposes the power is not given On this
principle we claim that congress has no
power to create private corporations for
banking or any other purposes On this
principle we claim that a member of con
gress taking the oath to support the con
stitution of the United States is bound in
conscience to lind in that instrument war
rant for every measure he supports On
this principle we aro bound to claim that
the government has no right to collect or
issue money to lend or for any other pur
pose except the legitimate support of the
government The party or person believing
that the general welfare clause confers
poivers distinct from those enumerated
may conscientiously support any measure
considered for the general wellare Such a
person could if he considered it beneficial
to the general public advocate a law of
cjjngress requiring the people to eat cold
bread or abolish the state gdvernmeuls
These measures have not been passed ujion
by any national Democratic convention
but no Democrat could support them and
remain a Democrat because they are in
conflict with the great Democratic princi
have referred to Inconsistency may
ie anirmed of every man Individual Dem
ocrats may in someiustances departed from
the principle stated but the principle and
the party remain indivisible Whatever
party stands upon this principle is the Dem
ocratic party whatever name it may bear
And when there is 110 great party interpos
BLiiS this bulwark of state autonomy the
yrstate lines will disappear from the map of
the Union There are many questions
about which Democrats may differ Wheth
er the government shall be supported by
internal revenue import duties or a tax ap
portioned among the states are among the
number because any of these methods are
lailhorized Other questions of policy or
administration could be enumerated But
they cannot differ about a measure which
all concede is inconsistent with its great
principles any more than honest mon may
differ about the dishonesty of thievery I
think Mr Cole did rightto resign He ought
not to have continued to be a member
of the body entrusted with the interests of
Ihe Democratic party in Dallas countyafter
he had ceased to believe in the oldest and
soundest principle of Democracy There
arcjnauy of us that will rather adhere to
ttfis principle than embrace a dubious
measure of relief from temporary financial
distress Each Democrat must chose be
tween the principle and the measure incon
sistent with it and those who stand to the
former will constitute the Democratic
party Hard times incline men to resort to
questionable expedients in business and
polities With the return of prosperity the
expedient will vanish and those who wan
dered away will return tothe things that
abide
Judge Robertson was chairman of the
eon mittce on platform and resolutions at
the San Antonio convention and as such
presented the platform there adopted
RECEIVERS SALE
By order of the court the stock of mer
chandise of the late Randall andChauM0
Co to be sold in bulkon Mj W ciobcr
Oth instant n iB nilwell assorted
stoeko b rousTiiotioiis hosiery white
a lillinexy etc etc adapted to fall
Bud winter trade The stock now ready for
inspection
Terms of salo cash Acceptable paper on
two and four months would be received in
part payment
J J Massie Receiver
BESIEGED BY WOLVES
Girl Chased by a Park of Itavenous
Animals Resetted by Her Father
and isrothcr
Special to the Gazette
Sedan Kan Oct 14 Mary Booher
living with her parents on a farm west of
this city had an adventure last Sunday
OTening which will cause her to be careful
about being away from home after dark in
thu future She had been to church with
some friends who lived closer to town than
she did and when they went home Mary
told them not to bother about going on with
her as it was moonlight and she was not
afraid She started to walk the half mile
to her home About half way is a deserted
cabin standing near the road and just be
fore she got there sbb saw what she sup
posed to be her dog in the road She called
it but the animal sneaked away and she
then feared it was a wolf She soon saw
several others and as they came towards
her she ran to the cabin and found that the
door could be fastened The animals tried
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
slfem1
8 THE GAZETTE FT WORTH TEXAS THUESDAY OCTOBER 15
AMUSEMENTS
GREENWALLOPERA HOUSE
Thursday October 15th
ONE NIGHT ONLY
GLEMENGEAU CASE
FRIDAY OCTOBER 16 1891
Engagement of the Popular Youu
Star
A Sohm i rr
Kdv n Amu1
Southern
EDWIN ARDEN
A ho w appear in the rrea surccsf
NIGHT AND MQBWW
A storvo VH tufii
flail A GREAT PLAT
pno < 21aMro prrtralt oT Mr
> prrtntrtIioevcrv ijv ill
s it > now or cute
Tacsaay October 20 Matiuee and Niglit
Tlie PriTatB Secretar
n > WII IJAM G1IJXT7E
i > nliovo lKii t t Krem A I the Com
tori at Hum Yn iiuti Widows
ttt nOtr iliu direction of
EDWIN TRAVKRS
PC iii u
or Te t
uifi Atha cast 01 unsrrpasptl
itnifotum uppicinui < stage
id in my inu li Tiif cleauest
iim funmeat play of t > m
iHl KAOIUTE
nlicit iKU > IC makj 6
Old Insauhoenis Taken in Exchange
CHEDvWARDS
and Jti Main sueut > Dallas Texas
CASH IN ADVANCE
To insure DUbIicaUojfcfcfi lt1W Gazettc1
all atfiwrUaflM WTaiSeolTed at thU ofllce
xsuMt lScaccoinpauied by the cash 0x09
la oofiM where contract Ut
Gnette Circx sr OScc
There vrho wish to suhscribo or settle
subscriptions to the Fort Woryfcl
zette will please ca aJjpaoTOCeTTOi Main
etrest bc wseri WbaiEorfod and First at
WfHvSpnnkles fruit st4ird Respectfully
B F axd J B Sprinkle
City Circulators
Lilly
brated
Cameron Coal
Bibb soeagejjJfi TTe eee
rirn X M < pWS and Watson
aud Kusk
1lttH V niig Sixth street
DID RIGHT TO RESIGN
JUDGE SAWNIE ROBERTSON ON
THE COLE INCIDENT
What Constitutes Democracy Party Prin
ciples No Declaration by the Na
tional Itody on a Xombcr
of Questions
to get in and scratched and gnawed at tho
doorMiss
Miss Booher tried to make her folks hear
but tho walls of the cabin effectually
deadened the sound and it looked as if sho
would have to make a night of it but her
father became alarmed at her continued
absence for ho know that she would not
stay at the neighbors all night and he
started out with his son to see what had be
come of her As they neared the cabin they
saw the wolves whichfled at their ap
proach and tbey called to the girL who
answered and opened the door She said
that she was not frightened for she knew
that they could not get in and she was sure
that her father would come after her be
fore he would let her stay away from home
all night Wolves are plentiinl in this
county but this is the first irJBiice of their
attacking a human beim ul it is looked
upon as beingji bad sia Flor if they are so
bold now tiilfc wijJ Keome much worse
when cold weal
Investors shoj
announcement < t
lots
There is a good
in the Polytechni
salet
md ponder well the
TKyieclinic college
ROBBED AND HANGED
How a Citizen of Harritou County vrag
Treated by Three While Men With
Slackenctl Face
Special to the Gazette
Maushail Hauuisox County Tex Oct
14 An old man by the name of Chris
Matthews living near Gum Ridge in the
western portion of the county wa robbed
Monday evening of his money b thiee
white men with blackened faces They
beat the old man unmercifully stuffed rags
in his mouth robbed him of his money and
hung him up When found by a neighbor
he was in a very critical condition Ho de
scribed the men who robbed him A man
by the name of Phillips supposed to be one
of the robbers was caught at Longview
and was taken there today by County At
torney Sol Jones and Deputy Sheriff Bob
Love to be identified by the old man The
amount of money obtained was 9
A brakeman by the name of Lee Belknap
and who has relatives in Dallas was killed
on the N O P division at RobeUne las
night at4 i His foot slippe fls he was
getting on the
houses to rent
addition
fp tftsagPWWe
Until was amputated below the elbow
ry
GRAPHIC BREVITIES
Hebrew bankers in Paris are combining
to defeat the efforts to iioat a Russian loan
At San Francisco auother earthquake
shock was felt yesterday Xo damage is
reported
The Russian embassy at Berlin is prepar
ing for the reception of the czar on the 2Jnd
He will remain several days
Scurvy and typhus are raging in the Rus
sian famine districts Fourteen million
people are in urgent need of succor
A revolutionary society at Kieff are tak
ing advantage of the famine to excite a re
volt guided by Swiss and French exiles
At Montreal P Q the Louisiana lottery
company has established a branch office
and has sent circulars throughout Canada
by mail
Premier Salisbury has informed the porte
if tho Russian volunteer fleet is allowed to
pass the Dardanelles England claims the
same right for her volnuteer vessels
The porte has ordered the governor of
Scutari to disarm the populace of Martini
Henry rifles He answers that it vrill take
thirty battalions and result in a revolution
Near Marianua Ark Charles Lackie a
white farmer shotand killed William Lee
a negro servant who was advancing to at
tack him with a heavy singletree Lackie
surrendered
Maj Thomas B Throckmorton com
mandant at Fort Schuyler was arrested
aud relieved of his command charged
with issuing worthless checks and duplica
ting pay vouchers
President Sanford of the Adams express
company took formal possession of his office
yesterday and is investigating the status of
the business No changes of officers or
agents aro contemplated as yet
The Russian government is purchasing
corn for the sufferers from famine Those
in the Volga districts will be supplied first
as the river may soon be frozen over
Twenty pounds of wheat will be given each
person
A young lady named Mary McLaughlin
walked off the rear platform of a New
York Central train near West Batavia N
Y at 4 oclock yesterday morning and was
killed She is supposed to have been a
somnambulist
DThc Indianapolis city election yesterday
resulted in a Democratic victory for the
general ticket Tho Democrats elected the
mayor city clerk police judge all six of
the councilmen at large and nine of the fif
teen ward councilmen
In tho charter election at Newark N J
yesterday the Democrats were victorious
Joseph E Haynes was reelected mayor Tor
the fifth time The Democratic loss is 700
The common council next year will be a tie
The Republicans gained three members
The board of education is a tie also
At Shawneetown 111 the law office of
Barlley Sons two frame business houses
the stables and outbuildings of the Ger
inania house Sheerers merchant tailoring
house Pruitts livery stables and a frame
business house were destroyed by fire The
loss is about 100000 insurance light
At Vladivostock fourteen Russian con
victs escaped while working on a new rail
way and killed three inmates of a farm
house to obtain clothing They also killed
a French officer and afterwards a Russian
bandmaster who was returning from the
officers funeral stripping the bodies
Spreading rails caused the wreck of the
eastbound Missouri Pacific express fifteen
miles west of Coffeeviile Kan yesterday
morning Express Messenger S John
son was seriously and C EJr Allen presi
dent of the First nationaMOank of Indepen
dence and twothers ne slightly injured
Economy 1
Merit Pet
Purity Hoe
Some of
state are ex
of college lots
ith inst
CfC
linent speakers in tl
present at the sale
Openlnjr oTtlie Jforf ill Country
Special to the Gazette
Iowa Pakk Wichita Cocntt Tex Oct
14 Enthusiastic meetings were held at
this place Saturday evening last and also
on Monday evening in the interest of the
opening up of tho Fort Sill country
Speeches were made by J S Works on Sat
urday night and by John Howard and
others on Monday night The question of
so assessing the taxes that would necess
tate the cutting up of the big pastures of
Texas into farms was also thoroughly dis
cussed Resolutions were adopted asking
tho towns along the Fort Worth and Den
ver from Fort Worth as far west as
Quanah to cooperate in the agitation of
the opening of the territory on the other
side of the Red river
A Hired Firebug
Washington Ind Oct 14 Samuel
Harbine arrested for setting fire to the
courthouse confessed and said James S La
velle the auditor hired him to Lurn the
courthouse for 500 and paid him 5 La
veile a prominent citizen named A B
Hawes Basil Ledgerwood and ajbrother of
Lavelle were arrested
Lost an Arm
Correspondence of the Gazette
Baiust Faskin Countt Tex Oct 13
Rev James M Linsey while at work on
Flowers Bros gin jot his arm caught ia
the saws and was so fearfully lacerated
VELASCOS DEEP WATER
WHAT IT IS WHAT IT MEANS FOR
THE WHOLE COUNTRY
The Necessity and the Benefit or Harbor
Improvement Effect on Commerce
What Has Been Accomplished
Kansas City Star
At the infant port of Velasco we are
careful readers of the New York Maritime
Register The leader in the issue of Sep
tember tSrd on Improvement of South
ern Harbors is both history and revela
tion
The commerce of this county belongs to
all its people No sectional lines can divide
it The farmer of the Northwest the
ranchman of the Southwest the manu
facturer of the East the cotton grower of
the South and the true mau laborer in of
fice or field mine or factory in any part of
this great country owns a part in it It is all
American all ours The gulf coast needs
harbor improvement It deserves harbor
improvement Deep water is the greatest
aid to development
The increase of value of foreign trade for
all the United States last year was iJ210U
000 The increase for eleven months of
that year at Galveston alone was ya > J0
In shorter phrase it was 42 per cent of the
increase of all the country
A careful study of the situation has con
vinced me that this wonderful growth is
the result of increase of production caused
by a most magnificent agricultural develop
ment
Illimitable plains one year grass covered
prairies the next golden harvest fields For
ests trackless today and toinorrow shorn
of their wealth by the hardy lumberman
In surplus of products lies the wealth of
the people
Were all Europe faminestricken for
wheat and every granary of the United
States overflowing with yellow grain what
profit would it be to us if sandbars blocked
the entrances to all our ports
The adverse criticism on the alleged large
appropriation made by congress for the im
provement of Galveston harbor is unworthy
of notice There was no appropriation of
50200000 made on the 19th day of Septem
ber lbJO Congress passed an act requiring
tho harbor work of Galveston to be done by
contract and appropriated SoOO 000 to that
end On the 4th of March 1S91 another
as passed appropriating 0000X more
nd making it immediately available Tho
enormous appropriation for Galveston
is only 1100000 and any other money wilj
have yet to be appropriated
However a territory that furnishes an
export business which makes 42 per cent of
tho increase of all the country deserves of
the government deep water even if it does
costifV OOOOO
The determination of Savannah Ga to
have deep water is the legitimate outgrowth
of the need of it Last year the receipts of
J
cotton at that port were 1139500 bales All
the expense of lightering usually 10 cents
per 100 pounds to that enormous business
was paid by the people who produced thi
cotton
Any port which does tKat amount of busi
ness is perfectly right in demanding from
this able government an appropriation suf
ficient to produce deep water if deep water
is feasible
It has been truthfully said that deep wa
ter is the father of commercial greatness
Both Galveston and Savannah can find in
the history of Velasco a useful lesson Ten
years ago the water on this bar was only
four and a half feet deep
O H Enist major of the United States
engineers and in charge of this department
of government work in a report to tho
chief of the United States engineers dated
September 6 1SS7 said While there is
this doubt about the practicability of mak
ing a permanent channel six feet deep and
100 feet wide which has been taken at the
minimum amount of improement that can
to be none at all about that of making an
entrance suitable for a naval station or a
harbor of ref uge In mi judgment it can
not be done
Somo time after this private parties com
menced the work of building jetties Since
then they have spent about 1500000 and
on the 7th day of July 1S91 the secretary
of the treasury of the United States in a
letter to the collector of customs at Galves
ton said In view of the fact that water
over the bar at your port is not of suffi
cient depth for vessels of certain draught
such vessels although foreign may be al
lowed to go to Velasco and on the 10ih
day of tho same month the threemasted
schooner Henry Mason sailed unaided by
tugboat over the bar through the jetties
to the wharves drawing sixteen and one
half feet of water
The scour of the Brazos river has added
six inches of water since then and by Jan
uary 1 1S92 Velasco will have twenty feet
of water the report of the government en
gineers to the contrary notwithstaanding
Texas has now deep water at Velasco and
Georgia should have it at Savannah
O W Crawfokd
Velasco Tex Oct 101S91
IVeatherford Doluc >
Special to the Gazette
WEATUERroKD Pakkek CoCNTr Tex
Oct 13 Tho Weatherford fire department
was out Monday night drilling and made a
splendid showing for a volunteer depart
ment
The Half Century club met last night and
initiated fifteen now members The cluo
110w has over thirty members and fifteen
more applications in This organization of
the old standbys is proving very inter
esting and entertaining for its members
Several hundred bales of cotton were
marketed here today running the total for
this season up to about 15000 bales
None but ten years
whisky ser
Fort Worth
READ
Femal 1
Diseases
LENE
rEAl ESTATK
Land and
> r
LESAUSi
ILLH PRICEsTca
J ANDERSON
Authsifcsd Texas Aeent for Spalding Base Ball and
Goods Fishing and Stoting Tackle Lawn Tennis
SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
Athletie
Croquat Hit
Em Again Bicycles Trycicles Velocipedes Goat Carts Iron
Wagons etc in fact every kind of In and Outdoor Sport
LEARN
INWARDLY DIGEST
Life and healmldeperhtVu
wholesome digestibf ood
to be easily drfeted nHist be prop
erly preparcdj fais qfeans good
cooking and ftga l coyk must
have healthfuIwS3fiaved ma
terials Peopfe reWe wliere
awaking to the taportftftce of
greater care in tiipv selection of
tood materials
COTTpLFJkE 3
TAKES fHPJLEA
Among cookin SsatffSals be
cause pies biscuit h jpM > try are
bettertlavored raof delajiSUs and
more nutritious thife fdbdPspre
pared with animal fik Xlffcin
clude also everything felEDsgeh
as potatoes efegs fisB m
hominy etc etfci b f
Everybody krtftw tliavege
table food is in tlfijjortlr rn tar
more readily assirfiUateo b
digestion than animal prat
COTTOLENE
is essentially a vegetaoie prej
ration and is guaranteecrko be
syt Egventive of dyspep j
al ryor
We invite ouoagd Tfto calls
and seo ibhJtaDle dressmaking
ouknrtTatreasonable prices and we
guarantee satisfaction in every re
spect Prices as low as the lowest
Sent
diseases
jamafWJsfuai and all diseases ot the reo
be called au amelioratmnJhere would seemig auo turn without detentionfroa
Urethra Strictures cuWlns OT
Gonorrhoea Syphilis gJ SurS
organs Office
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Mentioriyftg Fort Worth Gazette
SNK M MULLINS
T WORTHeTEX
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EYE EAR Ii
TTncial Eyes 5th and Houston Sts Ft AVortSi
Mention the Fort Worth Gazette
DR
FRANK GRAY
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limited to diseases ot the Eye Ear
ss and throat Cor 5th and Main Sts
Mention the Fort Worth Gazette
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Capital 300000
Safety Dep
209211 Houston St Fort Worth Texas
3NTION THE FORT WORTH GAZETTE
= ATi
REAGAN IVicDILLS
REAGAN McDILL
SPECIALISTS
Doctor Mcboy
Rectal and GenitoUripary Siegalijt
it8
receive prompt attention
ot Land Title
Correspondence solicited
SEYMOUR TEXAS
Mention the Fort Worth Gazette
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lention the Fort Worth Gazette
CHASy SCHEUBER CO
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AH1L B EtCrAX2srS
ADVERTISED IN
PAlER
SPECIAL OFFER FOR THIS WEEK
0HAS S0HEUBEB TiojPreiideat
CITY NATIONAi ttfri
at 90c a yard
Camels Hair Suiting at
59c value Si
Elegant Robes from G 50
to S35 worth 20 per cent
more
MILLINERY and CLOAKS AT HALF VALUE
Being large wholesalers in the above lines we can and
do sell you Millinery and Cloaks at just what other retailers
pay for the goods Come and convince yourself
BEST AND CHEAPEST SHOES IN THE CITY
Stacy Adams mens
shoes regular price 6 will
be sold at S385
Edwin C Burt Ladies shoe
sold regular at 86 only 8 50
Ladies S250 Button shop
patent leather tip at 150
e bauma
Successor to IB C Evans Co
Corner First Houston and Main Sts
10NAL BANK
All Carpets sold this week will be sewed and laid frm
charge for this week only Remember we will save you
per cent on Carpets
Blankets Flannels and Comforts
AT WHAT COMPETITORS PAY errTrTtrvT
Red and White Wc
iipls at 19c
lannelatUc worth
Regular 1 Comforts at t > ic
250 Sateeu Comfort at
8165
DEESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Regular 60c Brilliantine at
yard i
Jamestown wool dress
goods in plaids and stripes
22c per yard
Regular 150 Broadcloth
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Surplus SeOOCO
es Fire and Burglar Proof for Rent
< McCarthy C M Crane T T D Andrews Chas ScteutW
S McAnulty T R Sandldge A W CasWcIl J J Roche Martin Casej w
M VanZandt President
THE FORT
Successors to
Capital Stock Paid
J J JAEVIS VicePresident
WORTH AArrffNAL BANK
AEDIKO Cisiisa
Co Fort Worth Tex
OOOO Surplus Fund 855000
A general tjaaWBg usiness transacted Collections made and promptly remitted Exchacju
drawn jmiimi the principal cities of Europe Diiiectoiis K M VanZandt Thos A Tii3tui
H B Herd J J Jarvis E J Beall R L Ellison Wallace Hendrick K G Join > >
B L0TD Prtildut B 0 BEHHEII Tlnrmileat
FIRST NATI0N
OLD Oullfl
Comer Secona and Houston In I iTl prupMUTi TramtaoU a General Banklne Baslaes
Cash Capital 50ii0fl83 Surplus SI25tOC0
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We are now offering the above at extremely low figures and in
tending purchasers will find it greatly to their advantage to either
call and see us or write for prices
RUBBERAND LEA
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tate grain drills
Call and see the latestimproved styles with steel frames and steel
wheels These drills are unsurpassed by any on the market and
have been in the front rank for the past twentyfive years Circu
lars and prices mailed on application
HUFFMAN IMPLEMENT COMPANY
Fort Wortl Texas
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Pacific Railroad
Factiire House Fronts Raillnjj Ventilators Sash Weights Artesian Well Drllllcs Ma
chines Well Drills Drill Bars Hope Sockets Jars Fishing Tools Engine and Car Castinji
Bepalr and rebuild Engines Boilers Pumps eta and do a general Foundry and Machiil
business Estimates given en all kinds of machinery Architectural Iron Work ot all Idndi t
specialty
the Fort Worth Gazette
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Agents for Anheuser Lamp and Schlltz Beer
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