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TOE GAZETTE: VOKT TOllTirAS jD JULY 27;, -
Ufflco of juiWlcfltlon-Wccond "trMt, bo
twccn Hounnn RiidThockmorton. hutercd
. Kt tho poatoinco m second-clans niiutor.
l'ltlOAV .MOltNINO .fUKV 27.
AdvortlMimcnM unilor tills heml wltt bo In
erod at tl o rnt of nv cent a llno.;cA
Mrrtfoti. tavfcn words to Ilia lino. p djv
lisinitmt tn.orted for les limn W cent. 1 'ar-
He Willi whom wo have no ruunlnc Recount
must ay lit udvnucc.
VVlVAlVatl HAS Kl'
'.'.'.... i. ....!-. i.. ilm rnriUTOr I'lllll
,!, ., V SIX ttirofMIr dnWMoie. eiitmce
I Mi KIN'D1 OK K1U7I1' , JAIW AND
A friill iwiiwn tliuCiirto.tySipi.,Honton
atrvcl bitwcun Socnt'i imd MUlh.
GO TO TIIK CVltlOSITV 81101' KO II
iiookafMu'k' iinmill Ulnd of limiofuinl-iiiro-'lmxton
trcl btuvciu tfcicntli mid
M l. tt'Kl.UUH CUWINlI OUT HIS KS
Vj. tlrciiock or mixed riilnl ilifiipertlmn
v it before sold In I lnulty. Cull ami see lilin.
"' " r ' :
imity sTo.N'i:-cyrri:s and Kim
I' rnveM. Hie mulii-it mgos jmlil. Iiiy
cverv gulunlny iiIrIiu Work lor a I summer.
Avnly ot i-tllco of iJiltiff A Itiillcjui, conltflC
tors, t'oit Worth.
rANn:i)-Tvo htkadv noiiku
lUKloKew. .ppiyiiiuus won.'.
can kind ii:hmani:nt
ood wiijics inn
1 1M'M lll'll
i t illlt.lt. I'ltlJItlt lltlll t?rt
teiworks Coinrmny. 'onobm a competent
nmn need apply.
W nt JtllNin unarry twenty iiuiirryiuen.
Hlemlyw orients per u.y.
:i)-TWO Ht'.VDHKI) mi:n TO
Dibium tno sewers oi run iurm.
iiiut'.iti lier ilitv. I'liynieuiK on me 6ia
C. W. HiiATrKIlY. Contractor. 1
rANTr.-'lOoM-V NH'Kl.Y 11! US
AY lulietl mum convenient 1o btislnc-s part
of Hie elty. Must bo well eiillhitcrt and In n
desirable blluiuion. Willing ti pay well for
nood 100111. Address . H., this ulllce.
A I'HIVATI HAM-
hecoml and lluus'iut streets. Address K. J'.
LV Hy I'S' slnele Kentlciimn;
J.'OH ItKNT HOOJ1S.
A NfCl'IA Kl'UNIUHKD.WKMi VKNTI-
luti d loom In 11 prlsntu icsldunro, thrco
hlycUsfioui iliopubl 0Kimte. Apply lo 1.
W. 0.. lemplo I'lneo buicy urocery.
rou .nai.ijki'ai. r.sr.VTi:.
1,1011 HAI.-llOUSB AND LOT 73:00 J O.N
I' H-cunil and Hardin utr. els. Thrco rooms
well lliiulied. Ttxus lint-tiiiunt Co.
lllu (1 mid Klin,
and on cy terniH.
AN I) LOT 100x180 ON
Wilt be nld nt a baigutn
.-urn s.MiW-A ki'm;'dih, i.auoi: two
story liousi Willi OlKlil roimniiniiMii-
.iiniilrit hv nnrohfs: .situated III 0110 Ol tllC
ntouilcMiami) farU of the city, wltn water
luniiho and jnrd. Aim lino lot of shrub
bery and licrmii'ln craps, Iron fenoo and oth
or valuable Impiosonmnlw. I'arl cash imrt
ImIiiuco on Iuiik Hire. Tcias lliTctiuonl I o.
ltand of Upo.
. t.t.Mi'MiiBiNASli KIUKNP8 0FT1IE
A llniiil of Ho arc reqtietted to meet at
Uto reading room Katurday.8 p.m. Heeular
mccttns eery Hnturdny afternoon. M. t.
AV. 0. T. U.
rnu w. c. t. u. wim.iiomi J;,'KI1i
I regular meetlnBS every Tuesday at three
o'clock p.m., nt the reading room over Max
Klscr'soldntnnd. All tho lndlc-saror.tueMil
(OrttU-nd uinl old u In our woik. Mu. T. J.
JKNNtsos, X'resldcuf Mks. A. A.JoitsaoM
o. or it. c.
f PIIKO.OK It. C. KVKItOl'.KHN 57, BKCW-
Iaroerv nri ami uuni rumniy in !. i.
Hall, corner 01 iiiiruanu .uaiu
m. In K. ofl
AMUKIC.VN Ll.'AOUi: Ol' JIONOU.
flMUNlTY COrNClliNO. a& HOMJTIIEIU
uiKtlnKS on tnoseeonu una luunii r rmaj-
cvcnlniis of tho month at K. ot 1. hall. Hour
of meeting, 8 clock
K. M. UKAiir.Beo.
J. W. Wiiay, Com.:
,. iArriu:wt. imiymician and
J hurgeon. OHUont VrUlit' drug store
on lloutnti street. iiearTwelllli.
We for free eon ultatlou
I K. 1IKNUY A'lTOHXUYATIiAW AND
J, Uenernl ljind Auent, Cleburne, Johnson
county. TeMm. Hdmi eomplolo abstract of
nil laud titles of Jolinmiu county.
J' lumVo located In tho best portion of the
city. A good paying ouslum es'iiuisiicu
Complrlrlj lurulsliod In every paillcn'ar. A
inniiuy niuUlnt: cslabllhlunent. Testis In
1.1011 SAIiC.-NH'I', MTTIiK HOl'HK OK
I' lour looms and lot niUTO feet, on Wont
Hrhl htieot. Veiy loir for cash.
tiixas l.tri.srjin.TT in,
u .sai.i:-tuui:i:t k.nty achb i.o th
within two mtk'sofllie pulillnsiuaru.
TlOIt .SAIiK-ONU HLX-ltOOM IIOUUK
1 and lot, Mxlrorect: also, three unlmprOT
I lots, miuIIi of T. A. I1. Hallway, at i giuat
The Iliillrond Hosplt.il Vaitlalljr AVrrekcd.
"Wctlucsdny evenings'a f-ionit played
sail lmvoe with the U'luiwiriirv lionpitnl
ostnbliihctl by llio !Mi&oufi l'nu!iie
IJallroud ConiiKiuy for the enre of it
sick run! disabled employed. Eight or
ten hirce tents hud been erected on the
groitiHis for tempornrytise and in thcbe
were eighteen or twenty patlentf, the
supply tent, tlnijr store and the chief
surgeon, Dr. J. V. Jnckwn, and his
wife and little s-on. When the wind
Hlruek the eneampnient everytliing
wni In tsood order and the patients
cnAifortnble and well cared for. The
force of the wind soon leveled most
of the tenta with the ground
by tho breaking of the ridge poles.
Tile drug tent was tho Mr-st to fall, and
Its contents were subjected to the full
force of the deluge of waters that fell.
Tho utmost ell'ort was made to keep
intact the tents in which the sick
were uartered, but the ell'ort was fu
tile. 'They soon succumbed to the
force of the stoi m. Tho patients were
removid ton vacant building near at
hand and made as comfortable as pos
sible. J)r. Jncl:sou and his wife, Or
North, Mr. Wesson, and even little
Wa t r. went out into the btorm
to do all that human strength
could do to protect the
Invalids from exposure. WheitaUA-1
.iviTi: man arrived, on the ground
they were all toU'rably eml'oitubly
provided for. Too much praiso cannot
be bestowed on Dr. and Mrs. Jackson,
and to the entire corps, for the prompt
ami eincient services reniiciul the pit
tlents, who expressed the deepest grat
itude for their tervlces. The work of
restoring order out of chaos was com
menced at once, and yesterday they
were all at home again, tho drug tent
only remaining in a prostrate condi
tion. Tho lois in supplies and medi
cines will exceed one thousand dollars.
STUCCIC AVJTH AN ICK-PICK.
A Cripple .Serely lleuten by m Saloon
On Wednesday t)Igl ' I" "
l'ourthwnnlwnsliiewciio or u most
brutal attack oroiiQinnn upon another,
tho latter a cripple. About half past
tun o'clock a young, named
WllHfred, formerly a brakeman, en
tered tho saloon on tho east side of
Houston Htrcet, between Jtullrund
avenue and l-'lneenih stieet, Jt Is
fcltuuti'd Jtiit at the corner of the al ey
and does not bear a very desirable
reputation. Tho young ' wS "?
ho admits himself, very drunk, and
llii, kiilontt kroner C 11111118 tllnt UK
was also very noisy. Thlsl
the other denies. At
anvrato ho was ordered to leave,
lint with drunken obstinacy, tlatly re
fused and the proprietor attempted to
put him out and in doing so found It
neccfrsury to strike him In the face and
on tho back of his head with iiu'leo
pick, Indicting a terrlblo cut on his
head and hurting his face terribly. A
(jAZirm: reporter saw the young man
yesterday 'll 'lls face was knocktd
comnletelv out of hImuhj and tenlbly
swollen. IT was sullcrln? g -eatlv but
had no money and seumeu unwilling
to go to physician. Il.s
right arm and hand are totally
usclcs", he having met with an acci
dent by which ho was disabled, and
the thumb was missing from the other
hand. It certainly seems strange that
a man could be so bereft of all tho In
stincts of humanity as to set upon
and beat a man so completely under
the influence of liquor as to be unable
to defend himself, besides being n
cripple, and with so terrlblo a weapon
as an Ice-pick.
Walter Slaton, night car inspector
in the Texas it. Pacific yards, was rob
balofa fine silver watch, valued at
about thirty dollars.on Tuesday night.
It appears that late at night he laid
down in his olllce and fell aslecp,when
some one entered and took the wi)toh
from his person. Tho police are work
ing the ease ami will probably arrest
tho thief in a day or two.
SPECIAL SALE THIS WEEK ON
Full Line Cassimoro Suits at
Full Lno Fancy Worsted Suits at
" ' Black " "
$8 50. Old price
1 1 00. Old price
13 75. Old prico
15 00. Old price
14 30. Old price
18 00. Old prico
a full line Blue Flannel Suits,
largo lot of Alpaca and Linen
you to call and examine these goods and prices.
in extra sizes, to close at a gift
en Coats to close very eliemv ffi
y cheap; iii
Fort Worth, July 26, S3.
Editor Gazette : I-leii$e ndrcr
lise in your nailer as follows :
Klogiinl TOILET REQUISITES,
Jlest Goods al Lowest Pricen.
bamain Air cash If sold koou.
W. II. Al.DKUIGK.
l.-iOIlSAIii:-'! HttKR UNI-Ml'I'.OVKI) I.OTH,
1' cieliMxllOfietMnd adJol.liiK with koutli
tiout. Will bo nold eheap f'.r nili,
T'exim IiiTOHtnioul Co.
pint sAi.Cr-iu.ANit ni:i:i).s with vkn-
X dor'a lieu rotalaed. lU.ivrrii Job Olllee.
nou sAiiK-niiANic 1)i:i:ds with six.
y Bloand Joint iielcnoivIedHiiU'nt. Uazcttm
l.iUlt H' i:-HAVIXO DIU'KllMISr.l) TO
I1 quUllio liimber biiolaeits,! now offer, all
niy ninth Inn U4r at sIMeon uollam )ier thou
Kline, ami uvr.yihluirels,) al propoitiomitely
low pi lees lor e.i h. Will koll tho yrliolc hIock
In bulk u any no m shin.' to go Into tho
buslocKN tun yteat b.iraiu. V. ! Aldrldge.
ntm HAiir.-DNi: kiximhinkd si:vr.x
J' DoUvo Hale Piano, used only Ivr
uioniltM fcood Hh i,iW ltcavmi foi Mile: Itv
nuiwil nijtn city. Appli In Hill. A. Weaver,
nt .Mosicy ,t nro.v Wcallierlorit Mreet, or
IN O. box S2J. '
rou KAi.i:-iiivi: si ocit.
rAXri:n to i.XfiiANdi: '.,oro com-
ninn koiiI lnUed, for hhelled oiu or
outH doHvi'H'd on cai-s at any railroad Mutton
In Tumult, Hill or .Inliiixon ccmn ten. For
ftirtlier Inrormatlou titll on or nddruss Y. y,
liuntloy, with To.mi ItiM'htiiie in Coinpany.
ni)H H.MiK.-A I'AUlOl'' OOOlt MtTI,Ki.
V Apply to J. w, Putman, Btook Journal
V nanny ;
-rivr. iTiu: hhkd auooiia
'.S.1?. 1'iiro bird Atigorn buckii
Will be Hold al a hnrealti.
TBXAH INVr.ST.MUN 1', CO.
)Ii.Ns ANIl HIMXTl-'ICATIONH MADU
I for toro iinddwellliiK boues on nhort no
i w. AililroM, M.Htansinnctto, city IN O.,
AUi KINU.S OK lAUPKNTUItS TOOLS
at tho L'urloiliy Shop on JIouhIoii street
beuvoen.Savi'iithnnd U Rhth,
RKMKMUUU Till: ( mt0ITV SUOl'
has mm od to UouMon ktiutt botwt.it
evouth nud KIkIiUi.
COUNTUV 1'ltOI'KllTV TO It SAI.1N
Tho Htrlking teleuiaph operators aie
still thin and eunudeni. The "faith
ful few" hero in tho Kort Worth olllee
aio almost completely exhausted, and
unless they are sptedlly relieved It Is
only a matter of a few houis when the
ollleo will bo forced to close. Al imager
Smith has done his dutv by his em
ployers, and litems eiedit for his
plucky stand, but he is powerless to
eope with such odds as he has to light.
OnWidniMlay morning an operator
from Cisco went into the olllee, worked
a couple of hours and then quit. Yes
terday another, Air. MoTjigue,
fr in Pilot Point, was em
ployed, worked a short while
and then folded his tent ami quietly
stole away. The htrikeis lieie are in
high spirits, and aie almost hourlv In
expectation of luaiing that the
"Wistoin Union has acceded to their
demands. They insert that it is Im
possible for tho telegraph company to
last much longer under the terrible
pressure that has been brought to hear
upon them. A (Jazktti: reporter was
informed by one or the strikers yester
day that the JJaltlmoro and Ohio had
weakened, and they were of course
jubilant. The Dallas bovs rtceived
$1200 from New Orleans yester
day, and tho question now pre
sents Itself what aie they
to do with all their monov. The whole
country seems to belli sympathy with
the operators and are contributing lib
erally to their support. They claim
that tho reports sent out bv t'he tele
graph companies in regard to their
ability to handle all the business sent
in ate utterly without inundation, and
are In receipt (r private Information
wh'ch shows their cause to be in the
most healthy condition villi success
assiiiod. It would appear that a crisis
is at hand, and a few days at furthenst
will probably bring the matter to a
nOUHAI.n-l-'INi: 1'AIl.M OK at) A0U1X IN
I1 hli;h Mute of cultivation, only louruilien
Kouth or Kort Wotlh. Will sell eheap for
easll. 'i'KXAH lNVISiT'llIJ.T lOMI'jiNY,
llfiAUTIKPI. I.ITTI.i: 1'I.ACi:. (1N1.V
.. na.nl, il li a If itll..u ri.m l.'n.l ll-n.(.
A . ... I .. ...... .....vn ..!. . .11, ,,l,,,.,'
umiutKriy tiered, an eneionoii and Milliililo
lorn garden farm. Several llvlntr uprliiRit,
nleo voitnco ofslx roonm, barnx, mul.lc, out
hoiikOH, t to. a inott ilvHlrnlilii plaee. i'ait
ciihh ntnt the balance on Mine, Texas Invent
T7WU BA I.U.-LAIt(l K'VH Nihil 1".I) 110
1) t In llalnl, I'ul'almn icuiny.imToMn
Taeltl mllroiul. TTility-tiiio iit,niH. tninti
nirnlture, etc. 1'uUnufi and ba'amo on
lontt tiniu. Tujits lnentiuni Conipuny
inilK BT. JOHNS lloTIJIi ON MAIN
L tret't. ThehousotHiHiiitrally located itml
ilolnuu KKtt lituiitt m. Kor terms to J. II
Anderon,Hlio hotel, '
A NRV lilOHT-ltOp.M ltWKM.INU C3N
XV vu ciiuy vnm'eti. Apply lo W. A, Or-
b..,. .1, ifuuu, ,v i ihur i, groeery ilo.e
LOUISIANA bTATK UirruilV,
TOUIHIANA KTATK I.OTTKUV.CAl'I.
JU lal prico S7J,0X. Whole tickets S; iui,l
rH'Min'! ''r"Mi iih Prank Lobmno
at.Mlller'if irultMoronnuu , Urders from
country received by e.j rijsi.. v'uvra ,nM"
Alllt. rkard, Jr., the well known
tt'ockmau, was on the streets vestir
day. George Cn inner, captnln of the Har
rold & Ikaid ituieli of Gieer counly, is
in the city. "
W. Jt. Curtis and J. X. Oee, cattle
kings rrom Henrietta, were seen on
our stieets yiteniay.
lUi-i Wilson, president of Iho Gaines
Villu Driving Awociatlon, is in the elty
on his return from Chicago, where he
has been In attendance on the races.
n!?.1.1,0 (,iZKTT,! N ilol.l to Master
Millie Isorth, a bright little new.-,-gatherer,
who, if he only fulfills his
promises, will one duy ho an honor to
the profession, for services rendered.
Anns iNcttio --tloJiiurrav, sister of
wtpi.aio.Mui ray, or tht'ltangcrs, ar
rived in the city from Alurfiecsboro,
leiin,, e iielay nlght.anil was met
by her broil er, who Is in the city for
AVhnt Aintui'iiientH Aroin .Store fortius Tor
Air. C. II. Henton, nianacer of the
Dallas opera-house, was in the city
yesterday in consultation with Alan
age r Elserof our opera-house with ref
erence to lno coming amusement sen
sou. Air. JJenlon U just back ftoni
New York whither he went to secure
attiactions for Dallas and Fort Yorth.
He reports gratifying .success in that
direction, though he had to do home
tall talking with some of the managers
to Induce tlitiu to make Texas dates.
The long i'junips" and high rail toad
fines in the bttte are too vividly r
uk inhered in connection with tho
sorry experience ot many combina
tions in the past.
ATTlt ACTIONS SUt'L'UUD.
ATnunger Benton made contracts
with hu following mimed eompAiiies:
Llvr.ie Evans in J,'o(j,'j' Fwry A
klnson's ,ollUicn; Jennie Yeainans in
her new play, Mcdn; Armstron":'s
Minstrels; Only a Farmer's JJuuyhtcr
cotubluation: Tom Keene in Ids usual
line of Sluikespuiean characters; C. D.
Bishop, in StrMly llmlnctv, Alinnle
llauk Conceit Company; iraverly's
Minstrels; The French ,S'.' combina
tion; the Aladison Square ('onipany in
EnmcruMa (J. L. J)avis, Alvin Jo'tlin;
ITavcrly's Strutcyisls', Foul's Opera
Company; Hess Opera Com
pany; Lillian Spencer in
The Creole; John Dillon In The
State's Aitornty; Alilton Nobles in
The J'htrnir, and l A fan of tho People,
and Interviews John F. Vnrdo, Iiish
comedian; Jloland Ueed In Check;
the Eiiiuia Abbott Opera Company;
Jtose Fytinge in Felicia; Joe .UllVr
fcon in Pip Van Winkle, anil 'J he
nival; The Bertha Welby Combina
tion; the Aladison f?quaie Company
In Youny Jfr. Winthrop; Aliss Jelf-reys-Iiewis
Jm Jlclic Pime; Flora
Aloore in -I 7jjhcj of Ktyx; Ada
Gray in Kant Lynue; Katie Putnam,
tho tourists In Pullman Palace Car;
Fred Warde in his tictial line of legiti
TIIi: OTIIKIt C'OMI'ANIlij
with whom Alanagers BontoM
and Flser are in treaty are
Gran's Opera CoihpanyjKlct'd S uptise
Iarty; Castle's Cclcbritta; Daly's
Fifth Avenue combination in their new
comedy, 7-iM-S: th'c Stiver Kiuy com
pany ; Cullender's Georgia Minstrels;
uuprez and Bredlcts minstrels.
Kew Henry Ward Beecher has been
secured for a lecture here on tho "1st
of September. A laiso lias been sent
after Ingci-soll, but his coming is
Of our opera-house will come oil' about
the 11th of October. His possible that
Fimna Abott will do the christening,
but by no means certaiu, as she would
have to make a dean jump
from St. i'aul, Minnesota. Htr
company tills season is the strongest
she has ever had, number ng sixty peo
ple, and Including Tagllapletra and
Airs. Seguln-Wallaee, a host within
AN UNFOIlTUNATi: SUIT.
Alany good companies will be kept
out or the state by the litigation for
the possession of tho Tremont oper
house in Galveston. Ono of the par
ties to tho suit declares that if he wins
ho will not recognize any eontiaet
mndo by his opponents, and the man
agers of the companies referred to
have thrown up all their Texas dates
rather than run tho rink of losing Gal
veston. "how AllOUT llOOTH'"
asked a Ga.kttk matt of AiamiKcr
"YVo can't get him," was
tho reply. "Ho won't talk about
coining South. Ho has hud
an oiler of $1,(100 n night for lx weeks
in ew ork Gity.and can got proimr
tlonate'ly largf iluures in other cities
of the North 'and West."
"From wl)at direction do your at
tractions como to this place V"
"Alost of them start from Little
Mr. Benlon Is naturally pleased
with thosucccsi that has oi owned his
el Jbrts to secure amuso.nents .for Fort
Worth and Dtllas, and hints at bit:
a-hemes for thw future.
Senlng j(iaCnines repaired and ad
justed In fh-st.id.iw fitvl.. .,i a ...i i,.
lGun Bloro, vi,
Slraiton A: Storm's llo(uol Cigars,
3 for 25 vents.
Galveston News ('itjars,
ll for 10 cents.
and that he proposed to load his car as
he saw lit. He was told that if lie
persisted, the" car would be "cut out"
of tho train; hut nothing daunted, he
ordered his men to cohtlnue loading.
The threat wascarrled outmid tin? cat
was switched oil" and now stands at
the end of the platform at the union
depot. The express company's agent at
once ordered that tlie freight be
weighed, so as to ascertain if it ran
over eleven thousand pounds, the
amount they are allowed to carry, and
at a late hour last night the men were
still at worlc weighing it. uuo ex-
Proscriptions a Specialty.
EOIt'lMVORTlL PHARMACY CO.
First and Jlain Streets.
P.S.--Put it In two or thrco times, as a
pood many of your readera may not sco It
the first day, and wo want everybody to
AY. T. Ferguson
Druggist and dealer in Paints, OH,
uycsiuus. l'eriuniery ami toilet arti
cles. Preset iplion case in charge id
competent pharmacists only. iS'o. S,
Alain street, under Democrat olllce.
All kiniN of key are fitted and locks
lepalied at Anderson's Gun Store.
.t II Hunt. lNuls.Tetin J C lludley and
J 11 I, Hull, (irand
A Frcclantt, Texan.
P.M Kellv, Ark.
It K I!aison, Austin.
C Dexcretixniitl taint.
CV Wallaep, Payettc
.1 W ruilsanit who.
iln. P Fields, De
catur. Oeo It Iluddy Joidlu,
TC I'irry, Decatur.
W A Cniston
.1 ICeuip, DiilliiH.
Jlr MeMurry, Color-
.lno IS. Sanders, Decatur.
1IC Khoine and fami
ly Wlno counly.
Ii .1 floggln, Oalnes
S liobo, Auiora.
lien II i.IiIkiii, Itose
W P. Moore,
W Hllrown and wife,
I.oulsvi le, Ky.
.1 M Cook, St. Louis.
o. DJ Thornton, Dallas.
liooT .Moon.st I.oiiIm,
J H l'.veroit, liollnd.
.Ilia (illibuns, Colora
ilo. V 11 Siarrov, l'ur-
A 2iiarter lttiuu.
A quarter nice was run at tho old
race track yesterday afternoon between
Chas. Baggett's bay horse and J. V.
Houser'b bay, for &I0 a side. Houser's
nag was the winner. Another taee be
tween the two has been arranged for
this afternoon, at the same place.
Fresh turnip seed
at Turner & AIc-
For fresh tm nip seed go to Turner it
What a glorious season for Sowing
turnip seed. a
The best lemons, grapes, melons and
other fruits at
CoMJIS, BlIAD & Co.'g.
A few boxes Gravely & Miller tobac
co tor sale at a bargain.
Go to Dnshwood A Kjg for Harper's
Horodentine" the finest tooth lotion
in the market.
The best ham in the market Is the
Alaguolia, for sale by
Try Hnrper'B "Borodentlno" tooth
lotion; it just takes the cake. Sold by
Dashwood & King. J
If you have not tried our Suu dried
Jaimn tea, you have missed a treiU,
Com ns, BuADitCo.
Give Hiiriier's Fragrant "Horoden
Ine" for the teeth a trial. For wl,
uj .uubinvooii cc lung.
wSVr.rel"l,.r,II8 0f n11 kl,18 SO tO
Keller h carriage manufactory, Throck
morton street, near corner of Second.
200 patterns of pocket knives from
supply of Dozler-Weyl'a
cream soda crackers just
Tho T. & V.
Idtlluny ComiiHiiv lt..r.,..
Cmry thu Txui. CoinpautS Cur.
.vii uic.iient occurred last right at
tho Uhm depot that ii ny lead to lltl-
ii!... i . '? ,,1L lvxas I'ncltlo west
bound train pullid out, the car insiec
ofa,pru.hlIecx.f8aUfodJSi ItViV01 frtSH,uo put In,allS
t Seii fcK em,tn,td nmcR as
"'I'co'HPjuiyweco allowed to
carry. ,,mx ,hj9 Mc j, . irer,i
it the car was not
tho weight allowed
to tho itcstion
undresses were ina,l'
great unniilmlty in $',
loniiuy u, uioiraiie.
Winner nt thn Saraton
imriito l'riiellKht la
1 mile, all ages, won'
.Second race mile
i ages, won by Fellow
press company claims that the amount second ; Aluminums
.f 4V..I. vl.f lli.., .i.i.. ...., !.. I. It. InuDtit 1-t I
of freight they were putting in is less
than they often carry, and did not
reach eleven thousand pounds by a
good deal. The ail'air was particularly
unfortunate for the Pacillc express
company as they had nothing to do
with the trouble and yet they were
also forced to sutler, as the car is di
vided into two compartments, either
company having half tho car. The
aflhiris rendered still more unfortu
nate by the fact that much of the
It eight' was perishable.
Tho Opium SmnldiiK Vlco Apnln llroiifjlit
Ul A Uoiuvdy Wanted.
Ollker Thomason was informed yes
terday afternoon that a party was
"cracking a joint"!, e. smoking
opium in a room over Jee Tai's laun
dry on Fifth stiect. Going up to the
room the olllcer found the door locked.
He knocked, but received no response,
and was preparing to force an entrance
when Tal opened the door. On one of
the bunks in the room lay Susie Hay
wood, a young and rather handsome
prostitute, in decided dishabille. From
appearances she was just recovering
iroin i ue stupor produced by the drug,
and nearby lay the "joint" or opium
pfpu still warm, and showing other
signs of having been recently used.
Olllcer Thomason arrested both the
parties, tho woman on the chargo of
neing a common prostitute, and Tal
for disorderly conduct. He was com
pelled to draw the warrants in this
way, as there is no ordinance- against
opium smoking. The prisoners were
release on $2.") forfeit each for their ap
pearance before the recorder this
TIIK DKAIJIiV vici:,
bo common among the Chinese, has
nlcatly obtained many devotees in this
city, who inmost daily visit the dens
devoted to it, which are rooms at
tached to laundries. Sometimes the
customer furnishin tho pipe and the
opium, but in most caes the almon
eyetl laundryman supplies both and
charges fifty cents to a dollar a smoke,
in the case above referred to Tal
claimed that the woman paid him four
dollars a month for tho iho of the
room alone. ,he (old Olllcer Thomason
she hud become such a slave
to the habit or smoking that it would
kill her to quit it.
man to.i:d customkhs.
The patrons of opium dens arj not
all what are known us "bad charac
ters." Besuectablo women i nil even
young girls have been been to enter
them, and are known to rejnala for
hours In tho trance that the diug pro
duces. When it Is stated that these
places arc close, hot and reeking with
the thousand vile odors that belong to
Chinese quarters, and that women
while under tho influence of llio drug
are entirely at the mercy of any man
who choose to use his adv.intige, tho
tyranny or tho habit can be nitre fully
Di:.VS OP I.VKA.MV.
Becent investigations in New York
have shown that the opium dens in
that city were extensively utilized bv
procurers to obtain young
girls for their vile purposes.
Hie victims are enticed into tnem.nnd
once stupelled with opium, their ruin
was easily accomplished. It was
shown that well-known toclety ladies
were accustomed to a frequent indul-
aTolm " th u,8silmlhm of "tracking
a m:.Mi:i)v waxtiid.
Nearly all American cities have of
Jute been compelled to make opium
binolclng a misdemeanor, punishable
y a heavy line Imposed upon the
smoker and the keeper of ihe den.
i "iri c,.tv1,at,,urs should at once take
mil of the growing evil, mid pass an
ordinanco to suppress it. Every week
of delay adds new victims to the de-
smuiiig and destructive vice, ami the
j number of them Is already too large.
Paper Makers In L'oincntluu.
,,.S,ga' July 2i.Tlio annual
. V K !)f tho Aerim Ne-Wbpapw
niauuracturers abocuitl3ii was held
J. . French, or Three Itlvors, Mich.,
was re-elected nrebldent awrKli'.
Crookor, orSpringileld, Aruw MOrotaI
ry and treasurer. Tim abject' of tho
fHfS0" l3 to dlscub, an .Rnttew per"
taluitlg tfi thn ,Ti,.,r..i I..... ... ,i J.
tlw. ,,cJiirn . ijvii iiueresuj m
Third race-five furl
olds, won by Bridget
Fourth race ilm
mile, won by Bell I
second. Time 1.17J,
a isij:uatb Hu
AYi kesbarre, Pa., Jt,h
pernio pn.e ngnt for
near jMintlcoke lnU
principals were Paddr
I saloon-keeper, ami m
' miner. Eleven roundi
wnen a crowd or woma
the ring brandishing k
i tois anil stonneil tlie
pugilists were badly pun!
rittsburgh, Pa.. July
mer meeting olthe Pitts!
I'tirK Association was
Homewood to-dtiv. 'flit
line, track in good
anee large, racing-spii
nveiy. 'lno notauie n
the winners were by
First race. 2:23 class.
Gltidintorfi. 1.1. l:Si:0
Walnut:!, .'5, U, 2; Ka(cj
!1; Ducrecel, , o.o; Blow
Time 2:-22, 2;23, 2:211,
Second race. 2:40 clas,
Alattie A 1,1, IjHricH
tnorn ;. i, : Aieen aii
llnv Oeorire. ilistiuirei
taneed. Time 2:.'i0, 2:31,!
'Pl.:..rl .... .l,. Mrlf
i nil u uitu, muiih ITuCJ
Billy S, 1, 1. 1; Frifcifcfil
3, o, 4; Jllball, 4,4,2;,J3s
Time, 2:21); 2:3$; 2:231. g
July meeting at Gracte
dine. 5.::. o.o: Ella D
Hersev. 220.127.116.11: Jeff
Tune. 2'2.1 1: 2:231: 2:21!:
Class 223 -Mureell8.il'
taneed : Jloslon Boy 1,
('hnrlov ICnox"!). ti.4.
10, 1,2,3,2,5; S.vIhi,M
Mortimer 2, 4, o, 7, 7, IW
10, drawn ; Ora Jeffersoni:
Alinnie4, !l, 3, U.G,i,i
2. Time 2.23; 2.39;.
Tlie following uollc-e
the associated press rep-
iiu-iit. ' .tihi:.
In the ca?o of attemp.rAB
oharired aealnst J.-A.li
Frank AIcLaughlin, W?
that both are expuiieu f
Tt seems that IpbertJ
wlin rmln HVllllW PlaV t
pull his horse, which l.
f,,unl In lr bill llotttlCUt
the. owner.' who urmigla
to tho notice of the Judge
ltii ii.imiomi ovi'pllenl
jockey, admitted his guiw
Baltimore, July '
a 11....1. ...... n
'llll-,llllll , V. , . . .
tans, 2; Athletics
Coinlctlon of Orlh &''
r.., . r..l. i-
Kansas my, J") ..-;
thomian ni'iiillst OrlU k
late city editor of JfWj
who killed Georuorn
tor of the "CotiiinW
city on Juno Dth, ca
l ni' mid lptiirned a
in the second degr
nunlsnnient at t11',
tho penitentiary, W
niiy oi me r
second dt'LTCe. W
then i5 vo notice on
n wl ch to flic
i..t,.i cii.in im,e an.;
seated a calm lw.1;cfBfei
ivullnir nf HlO VMlllB" ,
nfllii. Inrv. ronctftedl
... ..j. ,.j .- t
lot stood seven mi 'v .,i.i
f.-r iwimlttal of niurittiL
grce. Ballolu(j '
"" "'vyv","' "?..wirt
wns eigiu iure'ni'f-v
iiviliiiiiili. "n .,
rcachoil unou twemi
r- . -i il.w
t.r.i . I ITSffl 1111'
for a broken down i
ftin now iitilv, u"-'
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