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Folitical News.
Announcements,
We are authorlzed to announce the
name of Dr. H. S, Broiles asa can
didate for re-election to the office of
Mavor Election Apr. ’go. |
We are a'{xthorized to dnnounce the
name of John L. Ward as a candidate
aldermezn of first ward,
Election April, 18900.
We are guthorized to announced
the name of H. P. Shiel as a candi
date for alderman of 3rd. ward.
Election. Aoril, 18qo.
" 'We are authorized to ~ announce
the name of W. L. Rail. as a caudi
date far . dlderman” of Third Ward.
Elction April Ist 1890
TY DEMOCRATIC TICKET
. For Mavor,
W. S."PENDLETON.
_ For Alderman.
e FIRST WARD.
o JAMES RYAN.
. SECOND WARD.
T. P. MARTIN. .
‘ THIRD .WARD
‘ WM. JAC}(SON.
ForTH y: ' WARD
&0 H. DAY.
EIFTH WORTH
GEORGE E. NIES.
SIXTH WARD
J» Z. CLEMENT,
®" . 7
~—Ministers:
“for 60 days; send us 10 sub
scribers 1t ten dollars, a year
and keep five dollars for your
truble, >
At Waco Texas, a Turk sold a lot
tery ticket that had drown a part of the
capital prize, to another fellow for ss.
and after finding outit had drawn a
prize, he set a lawyer to work for its re
covery. :
Jake Kilrain failed at New Orlean on
Feb- 17’ to knock Corbott out in six
rounds, Corbett winning a geod pile of
Jmoney. ‘
To allow another lease cf life, the
1.. A. State Lottery co., offersto pay
the entire state debt.
~ Hon O. H. Cooper, state superin
tendent of public Instuction has an
nounced as a candidatte for re-elect
.ion. ;
The dwelling of a gfarmer
N 3
named Rose was burned Sat
urday night and his tamily and
himself Perished in the flames.
A preacher at Charlotte, N.
€, alluded personally to one of
his parishoners in a sermonand
2 men were killed and 3 shot
P"\ the ensuing fracas.
bl :
" "Henry Warring shot Harry
Blakeney about a girl Wednes
day, at Obeiin, O
~ Mrs. Ruth Woods, died Sun
: .
‘day at theageof 107 yrs.
b, mqne)’.
TRI R
TORCHLIGHT APPEAL.
~ CITY NEWS
Our city subscibers are not - waiting
for us to send a collector around, they
come to the office and planks down
their indebtedness. We will give these
good people praise through our notices
shorily, :
Can goods of every discription at
the Fort Worth Grocer (‘o.
Teachers Department -
From seme unknown cause, we find
alack of interest, which should charac
terize the work of teachers and its sur
roundings, and feeling that we could
do some geod in the part of the pecple
as well as the teache s in this very nec
‘essary agency in the elevation of our
‘people, hence this department.
~ You mry rest assured that the Ft
‘Worth Grocer Co., will tzeat you right.
‘ Ft. Worth Grocer Co.
| A Colored laborer of §. € \
iwas sent to penitentury for
. 4 i
bx caking a contract with his
| esuployer. .
e i
Where did you buy this sweet ham®
At Turner and Dingee’s.
TR
" Geo. Godfrey, and Pat Car
diff, have signed articles to
fight for $1250 and date must
B
benamed by March 13,
Turner and Dingee keeps groceries
of every discriprion.
White county Ark. has the
cnampion big girl. Nellie Ma
lone the girl in question 1S ¢
years old and weighs 230 Ibs.
The Berean Literary Soci
ety called a special meeting
thursday night at the C. M. E.
Church for the purpose arrang
ing a dramatic concert.
Theteachers’ and officers’
union met at A. M. Z. Ghurch
Tuesday and had their regu
‘lar exesceses.
‘ Call at the Ft- Worth Grocer Co.
’ before buying
!In order to be able to present their
grievances and rights properly to con-
Igress; tae colored citizens of the Cher
iokec Nation about, Feb 20, will meet
| in convention.
| B e ,
{ Wood! wood! Wood.!"! Coal Coal Coal!!
; on the cor of gth, and Main. St
t We want a general col
jlector © here:’ in the City;
;and would rather give this
;busmenss to some young‘l
Lady. to wheme we will gvie
' good ommission. |
.~ Can vou see? What? those fresh
can goods at Turner and Ding ee.
We have it- from good aut'
hority, that there isto be, soon
a drilliant matrimonial carn
val in the Fort.
[Mr. Josh Pyle wishes allwho
are willing to* partiserpate il
the cleaning up of the colored
peoples graveyard to meet at
the U BF Hell Monday Night
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE BOOK
AR ’
VALLEY OF DEATH.
A thrilling account of the awful floods and the:r
appalling ruin. Grai?hio description of the de
struction of Houses, Factories, Churches, Towns,
and Thousands of Lives; Heart-rending Scenes,
Separation of Loved Ones ; Tales of Heroic Deeds,
Narrow Escapes from Death, Havoc by Fire
Plundering the Bodies of Victims; Dreadful Suf
ferings ofgthc Survivors 3 the Greatest Calamity
of the times. Fully illustrated, Send thirt; cents
in stamps for outfit to save ime. Terms liberal.
FORSHEE & McMAKIN, Cincinnati, Ohie
Mattie Chambers

, 905 MAIN ST. .
Does Tailoring and repairing
in good order and latest ‘
styleS. A neat fit |
Guarenteed L
ANI she asks is a trial,
HAYES & FIELD
(\
- DRUGGISTS.
Prescriptions Compounded with ‘
Greatest Care Dayor Night.
AN BX
PRESS MAIN
on comingto Ft
Worth, Ask For:
Creo,. BROWIN.
He delivers baggage to and trom
1 trains day or night aud willd see that
you are cared for nicely, Long timin. g
{::i.less s: A B
All kinds ottuel as cheap as the
cheapest, at Lucore and Mc Graws
| Cor, Main, & Ninth St.
I B. C, Wells the new Jeweler, has
| opened up at 403 Main Street.
‘ He sells the best at the west
B
H. Tully & Co.
s Sl@dewelers@i
-
i
Finest Goods,
| Largest- Stock
- Lowest Prices.
| i s .
Manufocturing and repairing facil-
Elties vnequalled_. Givegus a call.
if ! 1
37 Houston st
. We can take your teeth out and
| give you no pain. i
| Oldham and Baily. —406 Main St.,
i Wanted: people to know that Turner
'and Dingee. are still at their old stand |
‘with all of the delicasies known 'to the |
Grocer trade - |
Subscribe now and get the nekt 15
i sue; it will be por-excellant, |
" G. L. GAUSE,
Successor to Flenner & Gause,
Undertaker, Embaimer and FuneraliDirector,
No 314 West Weatherford Street
..._.*o*.._..
Have in connection Chapel and Morgue for holding dobies m
STATE.
The Mercantile Company
Will Sell You :
DRY*"GOODS AND NOTION,
| Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
WCHEAPER THAN EVERWOR THEINNEXT 30DA.
's_we: are almost giving awav Some Lines of Dry Goodr. Call and g
See Our Special BARGAIN!
C INO.7OOOBMATIN STERET.
S.Winshall, Mznagoerr.
Cradit to Whom credit is due: th
apphes to Wells drug Store on yHousto
St. between 4th, and sth.
Fine toilet goods at E, M. Wells
drug store on Houston Street
= The Old Reliabtek-
RESTAURANT
- R. W, Cook, Propr. |
BO4aD $3.00 PER WEEK.
BOARD AND LODG.NG $4.00
& s .
SINGLE MEAL 20 CENT.
%
: -mlon * M‘Az 2 wwe -
88 Doom! an Atlanti(‘z_l;!‘lpl-
D JUsSTIN H. MOCARTHY. A
e, B s Al T R
r i 8 visible from »
E verpool to the terrible landing at New York,
57 William Shakspeare;
How, WaENX, WRY AND WEAT HE WROTE. By. H.
A TAINE. There never has been compressed into
| such brief space 80 much about the immortal ** Bard
i :{;tfi;(rm"“ in this work of the brilliant French
f : . o :
56 Rasselas ; Prince of Abyssinia.
By Dr. SAMUEL JOHNSON. One of those immortal
| ‘writings by 8 master mind which no one can afford
not to m&d‘. It is a story of the human heart in ite
Mfiiest moods and noblest aspirations. Part IT.
56 RASSELAN; Prince of Abyssinia. Part
' 54 Money. By Sir E. Bulwer Lyt
. TON. Whoever has read Shakespeare's ** Merchant
' of Venice " should read Bulwer's ““ Money.” Under
| the above title you see the coinage and hear the
{ jingle of the full play.
| 53 Peg Woffington. By Charles
READ This masterpiece by the 'grea-t novelist
l is one of those exquisite mosaics with which greas
minds ornament their work. Part L
t 2 PEG WOFFINGTON. Partl. !
| il Miss Toose‘):’s Mllssion, and
' LADDIE. Two of those rarely conceived and
j chlrmiufily told stories of home ag'd duty which re
fresh and inspire. ¢
50 Paul and Virgmla. By Berna-
DIN DE ST. P[ER{Z « Thiselegant household
classic renews its freshness and beauty with
reading. It is the * story that never dies.” Part H
€ PAUL AND VIRGINIA. Part I.
48 Cardinal Richelien. By SirE.
BULWER LYTITON. _ The_character of the
wig, ambitious and brilliant French primate, as
sketched by Bulwer in his immortal play of Cardi-
Bal Richelieu, is the one which has become historic.
47 Enoch Arden, and other gems. .
By AvLPrED TENNYSON. For purity of style, genuine
sweetness and touching patgos. the great poet has |
never surpassed his * Enoch Arden,”
46 Romeo and Juliet. By Wil-
LIAM BLACK. Anexquisite sketch of two fool.
ish lovers, who mingle tender seatiment with the
iudierous in a way to make avervhodv grpila
THE ALLECER ORCAN.
Bargains.
I';l'he Wgnderfu‘
%ij é{uA s;l.'}gll:;i‘d
eed Organ,
$387.6C Adsgets
gf R?eer aos and
some Parlor
Grand, $90.00. "
The Picture
:l:lown in t:ll:;
v. re
style é No. 90
Price, $45.00
this is a splen
did instrument
and in order to
increase my
trade I will fur.
nish a limited
number of this
style for only
m.?fi Provid
the Cash
is sent with or
der or if pou
grgfer you van
epos-t the $4B.
75 w.th yeur
e —— “B;.“ :‘ K
3 s oticeof same lwill ship 1.2 Urpan
Srpf,‘u-q:-& mfii?gr&ns!tlool anog book ihciudeg oR 5 duys
test tricl. O(hm'mas {m Tgi:\‘!“%a(;ginm A'!‘}t:).\;b-.
1 13 - manufacture “gwn’ .
yir:l;lx?flzs ;:e:'e mla;:la&acturer. Mention paper where adv. |
wWas seen. ese ve ans |
W. ALLEGER, 7 Lo
H W oo ! warranted for gmrfl [
sBUELL'S
’ X 20X
eFOReK
NThe Best Bread()
Cakes
and Confectionaries
\
——— i —————
Albert G, Jordon,
The ornamentle Painter, Paper Hanger
and Glazier, 1510 Houston, St.
LSRR e e S
The Ft. Worth grocery Co., are in
their new quarters on Houston St. as
busyas ever.
Fancy cakes of all kinds and fresh
crackers at Fort Worth Grocer Co.
Fresh bread and fresh butter at Tur
an d ) ingee’s.
Pure creamery butter alsays on hand
Ft Worth Grocer Co’s, ‘
| CHEAP CASH Grocery.
.
i‘ L ° a e
| Dealer in Family and Fancy
| Groceries, produce etc
| -’f"_m
i COR. 3rd. and Camp Sts.
Maddox and Ellison can furnish fam
{ lieswith any thing in 'the 'furnitu
ne. '
A care gy WS _‘l A - e
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