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TUB GAZETTE: EOItT WORTH, TEXAS, "FfllPAY FEBRUABY S3.
To Reduce Stock Before Moving into Our
WE OFFER OUR ENTIRE LINE OF
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P misses aim Luui
CLOAKS AND DOLMANS,
Boys', Youths' and Men's
Sh mHLbJH WJ pJMmi mHmiJHm bJHLb kIUSh feSK-"
' MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
-. 1 4. in-rr iainfonrlfirl f.o rfinre-
sont a happy family. Thoy are all in
pood health, at least we ordered them
that way, are wearing good clothes,
and are apparently well pleased with
uieir los in mo. ,
I We won't agree to give tu good
i health, but if you visit us will guaran
tee to lit you out in
19 HOUSTON STREET, FORT VYORTH, TEXAS.
Kneelancl, Littlejohn & Martin,
AND URAL ESTATK
AiIh of Jimiirnllin (!oliinnnliu rrmrm
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j"cimiiikuuii. luxiui iiiiiiH una uuy l nilturty nought, una void. Taxes ruiiclorod ami
lUMoriteil ovnr Sio.ooo,ono. lire. I.lfu iirul Acelilfii
33 3ES IT X I SS T ,
"Otfr WORTH, TEXAS.
Ol'J'TCI-Xo. 13 jaoi Sfrtrt. t tfnlr.
UHICS NITROUS OXIDK OA8. Wly
W. P. IMonimw of Henrietta Is in
W. fc. KurgiiHon of Greer count v Is
In fhu ally.
S. M. Udell of Colorado City ww
.iou Turkonlcopli of (llll)crt, W'ielilla
county, Is in the city,
C. (. Smith or Murynvllle, Missouri,
was in tlio ulty yiwturdny.
Mayor Kinltli lum returned to the
city Iroin IiIh (iulvciUon trip.
J. K. Hewlett and IJcopku C. Smith
or St. Joseph, MiHSoiiri, are In theclty.
W. 'I1. Hudson, a citizen of Kopporl,
on tlio Hantii Ke, was In tlio elty yen
lorday. Monroo.Ineksoii has returned fiom
his big lumt in the I'an Handle coun
try, ho killed a quantity of game, ante
lope, deer, turkey and geese, had his
card fro.en, and otiierwise enjoyed the
.1. 13. howlnof thollnnof J. K. ijowls
fc Co. ol" New York and Loudon,
lluanelal agents, is In theclty. His
linn have plaeedsonie ol'lhe munici
pal nud oilier bondn ol" TcxiiMiiHlltii
lions, and Mr. howls is hero looking
alter the plant. Ho seems well pleasud
wltli the inveslmenlH. Jib leaves this
morning Tor Austin.
Costumes Air tlio grand hall on .Mon
day night can ho had at the Deutseher
There is more disturbance in con
gress every day than lias over been
scon iua convention ol' cattlemen.
Tho (jnheii ease was Very generally
the subjeut of conversation yesterday,
opinions of all description helug held.
Dave Mtovall. a young fanner living
at, Smith vllle, tiled ye-dcnltiy or pneu
monia. Deceased was universally re-spooled.
This morning llinls Temple Place
meat iiiarkut mocked with thu llnest
venison and antelope, Hpuro ribs and
A large amount ol cotton remains in
the hands or county olanters. held for
hotter llgures. One tanner lour miles
from the city has 17 bales.
Xi. IT. yteiu's market housu Is rapid
ly Hearing completion, When llnlshed
it. will be one of the llnest and best
arranged markets in the state.
i The oily council had the good houm)
to let Marshal Karmer's suggestion to
appoint an extra police force (luring tlio
cattlemen's convent ion severely alone.
Deputy) Bhorlir itowlu Tucker,
brought over from Dallas yesterday
two attached witnesses in tlio (iahert
ease, .1. M. Oflleld and Charles Frank
lln. Mr. A, llorvcls is llttlng up the
staud,ou Houston st reel lately occupied
by A.. J. Williams, the jeweler, and
will furnish tlio Mime with a full line
of ojgars. Hive htm a call.
When tho Gabcrl Jury Is paid nil',
County Treasurer ,Hoyd will have paid
HtM Jurymen during February. Till
number Includes Jurors In all courts
paid from the coun ly treasury.
The pay cars of the Uuir,;Coloradt oc
Santa I'V, and the Missouri Paelllo,
arrived hero yesterday, paying out
over 52 1, two In this elty. ThoT.it P.
cur will he hero In about a week.
Marshal Karmer might obtain a
leave of absence from theclty during
tho stockmen's convention If he is
afraid of a inelco Which his police force
would be unable to quell.
8. U. I'dell and wire or Colorado
City wan In tho Olty yesterday, and
left on the nlglit train for homo.
There Is not a lurgei-hourtcd or more
generous man on the footstool than
(his same man Udull.
Mtushall Karmer's leotiest to the
council lust nlglit was an insult to the
cattlemen of north Tonus, who have
ijHofc tho reputation of ''running a
iiiuiek" on every occalon when they
' The cattlemen need not take conn
wil of Marshal Farmer's fears and ro
uudn away from JAut Worth during
thofttoekmen'Heonvoutlon. The eltl
mis of Fort Worth dont Hyiuimthlxe
with lilm in hi "scare."
Cattlo men may hen little more hila
rious than a body of preachei-a would
ho, but they are not given to capturing
town-to any alarming extent, nor is
it 'necessary to call out tho militia
when they assemble on business or
Mr. Smith, son of William Henry
Smith, malinger, "of the Western As
sociated Press, is in tho city and will
TO THE MERCHANTS OF NORTH TEXAS
Kor Iho purpose, of nmUliii; n diuugo In our company, wo oiler our
Entire Stock for the Next Thirty Days at
ACTUAL COST !
Our assortment of Gonts' Furnishing Goods, consisting of Undershirts,
Glovos, Scarff, Ties, Collars, Ovorsurts, Porcafo and Whito Shirts, Hosiery,
Whito Goods, Cutor, Stationery, Perfumery, Ribbons, Embroideries, Laces,
Oorsots, Fans and Notions is very complete. Besides other linos, consisting
of Dross Goods, Ticks, Cottonados, Flannels, Lawns, Piques, Ginghams,
Chambrays Chocks, Domestics and Blankets, that are real bargains.
Th e HIGBEE, RANDALL k DARLING CO,
KO to Austin to-morrow to ineel the
Press Association or Texas which con
venes in that city.
There was a convention of cattlemen
In Fort Worth two years ago-one in
Ualncsvllion year ago one in Austin
less than a month ago, and inhere was
any more disturbance or tiouble than
when any other class ol' men congre
gate In largo numbers Jthr report there
of has not reached thlsofllce.
Dr. JJroiles Is planting some line
shrubbery on his place, and otherwise
beautifying his city property. Like
good citizens, Dr. Urolles, Tobe .John
son, I. V. Muinnglon and W. A.
Uowor, are putting In cobble stone
gotten, in front of their property, be
sides pultjiig gravel walks all around
the blocks on which they reside.
Farmers complain bitterly of an Im
passable lane on the Cleburne road,
six utiles south of the elty. Several
of them personally requested the Cl.
.irrrii to call (he attention or the
county authorities to it, and also say
1iH Wttrlli iiiiifuliik tilt oci iliilltt 1tIiii.
w. v M IMVll'lUUHl lltU II II II J M'DIH
iraoe nv mo nan com t on o t i s
Two dogs In a iiuarrel obstructed a
Houston street eiossing This morning
until a ynirng lady arrived on tlio
scone, The newspaper man does not
know what miiiilint dlwinu tlmt Imlv
wears; but one of the dog's ribs bears
iiiu hiiph;.-whiii, nun w iieu m; pioacu
hiniselt uj), the young lady appeared
ill l'mwlitt 11 1 1 if Miilucu I.ititit HeiiAit
1 iM'MMV' 4'IVOHl tM'llti vill ill
and otheisfliulled so loud, The lady
ami led her delicate toot to tho aruesl
of the dojM. and if her sweetheart
m""lHsiieh a fate at her hands, ah
v. . II I The Frenchman said "we have
on.- comfort Jell; it Is suicide!"
"Wtudtly Set Hem cuts.
On and after Monday next all bills
Will ho presented, and payment ex
pected weekly, I will continue to
Keep the best assortment of meals
poxslble to obtain.
2-l.Vllt 15. T,, Cl-NNIXOItAM.
BMA1 the Tlvoll Unll.-5Jl
Vienna sausage and horse raddlsh,
Imported Swiss and Llmburgor
Russian caviar, Ilainhurg eels,
Imnorled Holland M Holier herring,
Pickled pig's feel and tongues,
Neufehateller and hand cheese,
I inported Corvelat sausage,
hiuub'K tongues, etc., always fresh at
Yhole.salo and retail.
1 !i '83 it mos
A diamond pin, Miniuwhero between
Howard's htoie and the F.I Paso hotel.
A very liberal reward will bo paid ir
leturned to tho Kl Paso hotel.
K. (JulKiuiui'tt barber .shop is re
moved to Main street, next door to
lianwlall's drug More. Call and have'
your work done in a JlM-class barber'
"hop. Ian iL-Xf
N'ow on hand tho laiirest stock hue I
' gios anil (.pring wagons In North Texas
I Mi-tf W. A. HllI'MIAX. ,
I'. K. Combs, Ki, W'ortli. . K. Head, Mtncohi
Combs, Read & Co.
STAPLE AND FANCY
63 HOUSTON STREET
Wo keep constantly on hand u well
selected stock or staple and fancy gro
ceries, vegetables, eggs, butter, poultry,
etc. We make it specialty of supply
ing families with good goods promptly,
Including splecs and codecs, fresh
ground on our own mill. " Give ns a
trial. Combs, Read it Company.
is arriving now, and wo invite the in
spection of connossieurs of art to ex
amine them. A call at 58 Houston
sti'eet always proves interesting. Try it.
w nw Mill liK
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Tiffflifcip 1 I M I " ,
OUTFITTERS FOR ALL
MAX ELSEK'S BOOK
Largest Stock of
IN THE STATE OF TE
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED T
Pianos, Organs and White Sewing Machine
EXCLUSIVE DEALER IN
NATIONAL BANK !
OP FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
PAID UP CAPITAL $125,000.
FOREIGN EXGHAWGE SOLD.
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It. 0. EDRINQTON
53j Houston Street,
Fort Wort, Texas.
I Sash, Door and
FORT WORTH ROLLER
UDDWIN a ii. via,.
Open uiUIy,:niunlu- o.ti-pntoil, rrom 10 to 12
, in. lor lnil..v( only ; fiom .::; ti ,V: p.m.
for IiiiIIph unit clillitivn, unit from 7:50 to 1U i.
in. for nil.
Competent liutructor-t In nttcmlnnro nt nil
SSTosr OlxlllM and Povor
AND ALL DISRASES
Cant4 br Mulmliil raaunluer the IIIa4,
A. WAIUtANTBD OUHK.
3trloo, Sl.OO. rr ! tw h Drorctiu
I.. N, mtUNSWIO, Kort Wortli,
lKlil,Aw ly WUolesaieAgo
ef. M. 110)BBTS,
City Bill Poster,
All liiulin.su in tln lltll lWlnsllnopioiuntly
0. It. 1UK3I1XGT0N,
Contractor and Builder
rimu, hppclllaxtloni ami rsllmntcs
nnnlMieU on npplicutlon,
Oflioc and Shop Oomor Houston and
nl ( Fifth Streets.
L'.O. lo 211 2.22. r
llnviiiKpurelmMxl llio Dewey l'lanlnc Mill
nil Li iSh,rV '!' " 1,nm """" I'ropnrwl to do
nil kliuH or work, sneli in store 1'ionts. tii!.)i
lvwrs ami 1 llmls. WlnUow nml )"" Kronies
hloro Counters uml siu-lvtiiL'. School UcUs
mul Church ent. Alo, nil kindH of
Scroll Sawing, Brackets,
Turning and Pickets.
Mill )Ktirccii SovonNi nml Klglttli
KorY WtttS. snn,u Ko l,,"oat, ;
.m( ' l" TAFT. I'ronrletor.
A. A. NICHOLSON,
Dcnlur In Htnplo nml fnncy groceries
tolmccoes nml vars, California fniiia
and can gamb. Call nml Bivo us a
trhll. nil I'nrulj vnhl n i,n... ...i
iSo. 7tl Houston street, opposite ixst'
AND 3 HOI
No. 24 MAIN ST., FORT WORTH, TEXAS",,
mV??i?'cJl!f.0nt? ffcl t,mt ,the ?P'Tr QOODSnre nlwnys TIIK CHEAPEST. -i
?l, ' ?,k,0' "wt-clneoods, which wouunrantuo to our customers. We v2
jl,r.. ,i,nt rln fwnf rlinw nli rn.to ..., I.itllnna rro of rlmnrn
'or. lilli & HmisloO
A CHOBCE STOCK OF THE FINESt
TOILET ARTICLES FANCY GOODS, I
I'erseriptlotm filled from tho best material by competent asslslM
buiiiiuiu prices; neciuaey, quality ana (iiatuiiy gtinriim-
. FIWE CIGARS AND TIIEERSGHAUra PIPES.
TUB ItU.SU AT OUR TiMIMEXSK
0 1 c E II 3 iflHwrU n
x l n, f l a 0 a i a lJ
As Gentlemen each day find it more and more io
vantage to purchase their Goods at our House,
this week made a further reduction on our FalkG
unnlrl cow ;,?, 4- !,.. Ai.i . nniiefan
fund your money. To visitors and intending pure?
Illllf n on,, :x Ir. .1,,,....
wmjii. iu oay ii is aiWrtys ,
A PLEASURE TO SHOW C
We have neither time nor inclination to IntjulgJ
trap advertisements about Goods 20 per cem."j
York cot,t; fjut we do say, and are willing to back w
muni. tuaL wk win iiirnisn vrnii wrn HiivLiinni ui
the Gfillt's 'uu f nrinoo nnoiliwnlu tho snilie aSp?
tallied in anv nitw finst nr woct nf Q I nuis.
j w..j w,. W. ,,WUV Wl Utl l-w...-- , i
DRESS SHIRTS-Percale WW
lln.lr,M..,nn, ni'.lar n SDcC'"'
UIIUUI WSCll IU UI"U - ltt
fl fl T ITT h T HI 17
Cornoi of Houston and Seconu bireew, i
A rail :- r . . j ni.it.. .:..( MCiirtf"" 't
. . uma ur opnnj (assimeros ana tj ; -- f
foavtj your Orders.
IV V-CTT HO till IIIU
nicnt for ta
' nk Jiuk'inenl
rived, and now thy oil mill starts tlto j trio ibeal nnuni.strntion in'ireianti.
liJII to rnlllmr In cin'inf 'Pln mill I ti'Plnt 1 ilul. llm'nrMinm.i n i.n .,i.i i..
I lias liben at a sreat 'e.Npense awaitfti,'! Leeds on Monday last, "now rat on
the arrival ftt'thcto Iwifoi 'riicoien- I WrNrli nml Vtnfioli nwini.tii,u i.. m. .
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