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We are always in the lead with new goods The public will remember the great bar
gains we placed on our counters during the past dull season but the curtain has dropped on
the great clearing sales only to rise again to show the most elaborate array of
We ask you to come and see them and guarantee you a great treat and unprecedented
bargains in every department
to Dollar Here Fi
E B Haesold Cashier
Directors Miss A Harrold M B Loyd O H Higbee Zane Cetti D C Bennett George
Jictson S B Burnett E B Harrold acd M Harrold
Over One Thousand Head of Horses
Comprising Stallions Brood Mares and their foal of various breeds
ctpare bred and high grade Galloway Shorthorn and Hereford cattle Sale will be made at my
v ranch in Grayson county Texas on the Texas and Pacific railway twelve miles west of Sherman
re miles east of Whltesboro
Commencing September 11890 and Continuing for One Week
Certain clssKes of stock will bo sold on such days as named in programme Lunch will be sorrel
free etch day daring the sale Special trains will ran from Sherman and Whltesboro to and from
the ranch Bonudtri > tickets to these points at reduced rates will be on sale at all stations by all
lines of railway from August59 until September 6 inclusive good to return until September 12
Sena for programme and circular for terms and fall particulars in detail
Hotions Cutlery and Sporting Goods
3Authorized Texas Agent for Spalding Bass Ball and Athletts 33Sli
Flihlng and snootier Tackle Lawn Tennis Croquet Hit Em At ill
Bicjcles Tryctcles Velocipedes Goat Carts Iron Wagons ets ia UjJ
tTuy kind of in and outdoor sport bend for illustrated cauls J
209211 Houston St Fort Worth Tex
I he Arlington Restaurant
Jfill open for dinner Thursday August 21st I hope to see an of my old patrons aatn I shall
seep white help only and everything shall be flrstclai i I shall serve the belt Kansas City steaks
M roasts also all game and oysters in season Breakfast or sapper only 40cts dinner Wets
5 ° ort orders a specialty all hours from GS a m until lit p m w W STINNEiT Propr
Hotel Pickwick
Bates 5260 Per Day Gt90 C Hudglns Managar
Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria
Largestand best stock Pianos
for rent Bargains in second
hand Pianos Headquarters for
Sheet Music and Music Books
409 HOUSTON ST Fort Worth Tex
733 AND 735 MAIN ST Dallas Tox
Onlj complete stock in the city Retail
prices lower than ever
No 207 Houston Street
Our revised price list is revoked We will is
sue a later and reduced one on beptember 1st
Wait for it
Abeantiful line of Satchels Bags Baskets
and Scholars Companions
Pntmilli LaiiuS For Sale
K section s in Deal Smith county at 250 per
acre and 70 sections in Randall county from
S3V5 to 1400 per acre on easy terms < leagues In
Cochran county cheap and on long time Cheap
lands in Floyd Lubbock and Swisher We
want lots for sale in Amarlllo
Amarlllo Tex
Bank Counter and Store Fixtures
to order
205 TF Eighth Street Fort Worth Ter
Jobbing done A L LOWE Cabinet Works
Parquetry Wooa Carpet Tiles and Brass Goods
Tort Worta
3 0tiC Our Dressmaking Department will be open September 1
XIL Vai Zaxdt President Tnos A Tidbaix VicePresident N Habdino Cashier
Successor to Tidball VanZandt Co FortWorth Texas
Capital stoclc Paid Uj 5001100 snrgliis Fnnl 40000
A general banting business transacted Collections made and promptly remitted Exchang
drawn on all the principal cllei of Europe Directors K SI VanZandt Thos A Tidball N
Hsrdni H B Herd J J Jams E J Beall It 1 > Ellison
CMcCibthv President Chas ScnncBEn VicePresident Max Euib Cashier
Safety Deposit Boxes Fire and Burglar Proof for Rent
Direcors J Q Sandldge J C McCarthy C M Crane T T D Andrews Charles Scheuber
lltx Elser E E McAnnlty Jas W awayne A w
SWTA1XOB Pres EECnASE 1st VicePres MoBGAjr Joves 2d VlcePres AB8mitii Cashier
CAPITAL PAID IN 500000 ort worth TeXsURPLUS FUND 50000
Directors J G Wright Morgan Jones Gee L Hnrley CJ Swasey W A Huffman O E
Ba h R M Wynne A P LucVett E E Powell E W TaVior E EChase K M Pag T P
Martin A B bniilh Mark Evans 5Transacts a general banking business in loans discounts
udexchanKe foreign aid domestic Correspondence solicited Collections made i promptly
remit d Safety dcpost boxes for rent
M B Lorn Prtsdent
D C Bexxett VicePresident
Oympsum City Kansas August 191690 To
the Public and to whom it may concern acd
especially to Manufacturers and Dealers in Plas
tering Materials
Know ye that there is but one Acme Cement
Plaster1 in the United States It is manufac
tured at Gympsum City Kansas by the Saline
County Plaster Co There can be no other ma
terial lawfully handled under that name be
cause the undersigned Company hare a Patent
Trade Mark on that name and no one else has
the right to nse it Neither to use the word
Acme in connection with any plastering
material Such patent registration t > f Trade
Mark was made by the U S government
authorities at Washington D C dated the 1st
day of Jnly A D 1S9J and continues for thir
ty years All pesons are therefore notified not
to in any way use or abet or aid advise or as
sist in uslnz said name Acme Cement Plas
ter or any portion of It in connection with
any plastering material All persons doing so
will Infringe upon said parties Trade Mark
and will be held accountable In law and prompt
ly prosecuted therefor Signed The Saline
County Plaster Company by JohnH Pracott
president Attest E Tupper soeretarv
Will Xtemora the Quarantine
Special to the Gazette
WacoTex Auk 26 Gov tos i
here again to settle the quarantine or
dered yesterday by MarJIn The quaran
tine Trill be renored
Two Aspirants for Governor of
Arkansas Meet at Texarkana
The B turns from the Choctaw Election
Show a Clear Majority for Jones
Over Smallwood
Flfleen Hundred and Five Eallots Taken In
tno Filth DlstrlctJndlclal Contention
at Pittsburg
Special to the Gazette
Texarkana Tex Aug 26 Gov
ernor Eagle of Arkansas Demooratio
candidate for reelection and K B
Fizer candidate for the same posi
tion who Is leader of the
antiDemocratic faotlona of Arkansas
arrived hero1 last nlRht and
spoke to an Immense crowd todav
They were received with more enthusiasm
than ever was accorded to anv one here
The speaking was at Byrne park on the
East Side and tne rival sneakers left on
the same train this evening
GrrniKiu O T Aug 26 Members
of the legislature have almost all arrived
for the opening of legislature The Ee
publicmns have a majority in the lower
house Merton of Guthrie will probably
be made speaker In the upper house
neither the Republicans or Demoorats
have a majority The balance ot power
is held by an Alliance man elected from
Special to the Gazette
Baird Tex Aug 26 The Republi
cans of Cullaban oounty met in conven
tion here August 23 and eleoted us aeie
gate to the state convention Dr DJ
Wilson and Maj William MuManls The
convention reiterated Its principles of
protection to American labor etc a
hearty endorsement of Blaines recipro
city policy Resolutions were also passed
opposing hostile legislation to the railway
Interests ot Texas The party in the
county was well represented in the con
vention All present In the convention
were white men
Correspondence of the Gazette
Tyler Tex Aug 25 The Republi
can mass meeting conoluded its work
here Saturday by appointing sixty dele
gates to the San Antonio convention and
appointing a county exeoutlvo commit
tee A number of negroeB in attendance
made a kick because they wero rot given
sufficient recognition on the executive
Special to the Gazette
Paris Tex Aug 26 Complete re
turns from the ChOeiaweleotIor > glvetha
figures In the governors race Wilson
N Jones 1790 BenT Smallwood 1498
majority for Jones 292 Smallwood
was in the city today and is much dis
appointed and clames that a correct re
vise count and expurgation of fraudu
lent ballots will give him a clear
majority At the last election Jones
led Smallwood by nlntyeight votes but
a recount by the council gave Smallwood
twentysix majority Jones and his
followers declare be shall take hU seat
no matter what the recount shows
Special to the Gazette
Gainesville Tex Aug 26 The
grand ratification barbeoue whloh was to
be given by the citizens of Cooke county
on next Saturday in celebration of the
recent victory of Eon J W Bailey has
been postponed on account of the severe
illness of Mr Baileys unrle until after
the Decatur convention at which time
Cooke county will honor her distinguished
son by a grand Demooratio rally to
which all the counties in the congres
sional district will be invited
Special to the Gazette
Pittsburg Tex Aug 26 The
Fifth district judicial convention was
called to order last night by Chairman
C S Tod F E Russell secretary
being absent C H Morris was ap
pointed instead About sixtylive bal
lots were taken Baldwin lead as be
fore A telegram was read from Ben
Whltaker refusing to accept the ap
pointment as one of the executive com
mittee A motion was made to accept
and that Mr Talbert of Bowie be ap
pointed The motion was tabled Then
a motion was made to delay action on
Mr Whltakers telegram until tomor
row at 2 oclock Carried
The convention was called this morn
lag at830oclock The ballots stood
Baldwin 15 O Neal 14 About 9
oclock Baldwin gained a fraotlon of a
vote which lasted all day The number
of ballots taken Is 1505 At 2 oclock
Mr Talbert Ot Bowie was elected a
member of the executive committee In
place ot Whltaker Tho convention ad >
journed to meet tomorrow at 830 a m
The Baldwin men seertfto carry every
thing as they pleaso except they cannot
get Baldwin a twothirds vote bnt then
have hope yet ot getting him in
Special to the Gazette
McKinney Tex Aug 26 Hon p
B Muse issued a call today for the con
vention ot the Fifth oongresslonai dis
trict It is as follows i
McErryrr Tex Aug 3S ISM
In pursuanoe of the action of the ex
ecutive committee ot the Fifth congres
sional dlstriot a convention of Demo
oratio deelgates is hereby called to as
semble atDeoatur Wise county Tex
at 10 oclock a m on Tuesday the
16th of September 1890 for the pur
pose of nominating a candidate for con
gress from said dlstriot and for the
transaction of such other business as
may properly come before such con
vention v
Signed P J3 Muse
Chairman Execntlre Committee Fifth
Congressional District
Special to the Gazette
Colorado Aug 26 The Republican
convention of Mitchell oounty assembled
here tonight thirtyone members of the
party being in attendance The meeting
was called to order by H H Beyer
oounty ohalrmaaand Ji I Barns was
J1 G eta
elected secretary Several matters
were discussed by the convention but
no resolutions were introduced or passed
and it was decided to send the delegates
uninseructed on all matters The Lodge
forco bill was up for dlaouasion and
while no resolution was passed pro or
con the large majority ot those present
seemed to be against the bill P A
Eaz2ard was elected delegate to the
state convention and A Van Tuyl alter
nate Georee E Briggs was selected as
permanent county chairman and D S
Park A Van Tuyl and H H Beyer
executive committee
Special to tho Gazette
Mexia Tex Aug 26 The conven
tion to nominate a district attorney for
the Thirteenth district convened here
todny After fifteen ballots without a
nomination it adjourned to meet In Cor
slcana after the adjournment of the sen
atorial oonvention which oonrenes there
tomorrow Kimball of Limestone and
Bell of Freestone are the candidates
The last ballot was a tie
Special to the Gazette
San Antonio Tex Aug 26 Ex
Goveror Ireland was In the city today
He was interviewed with reference to
the rumor of his candidacy for congress
from the Eighth district to succeed Hon
L W Moore The Governor declared
that be was a candidate for no office at
present put that if the congressional
nomination be tendered him by the con
vention he would of course accept
ready for a winter sitting
Special to the Gazette
Texarkana Tkx Aug 26 The
convention to nominate floaters for this
representative district meets here to
morrow Morris Bowie and Marlon
have nut candidates and the contest
will be warm The delegates are arriv
ing tonight and many of them are
bringing their overcoats as If they in
tended to ballot all the winter or get
their man
Special to the Gazette
Houston Tex Aug 26 The Re
publican convention of this the First
congressional distriot met here today
Chairman Walker a white lawyer
called the convention to order He
said that he knew there was
a btg spli in the party between the
whites and blacks but that he was on
the side of the negro and bad no use for
the silkstockinged Yankees who
wanted to run the party
The lily whites were completely taken
at a disadvantage as the black ring cap
tured the entire orgaulzation eleoting
Davis of Waller chairman and Cardwell
of Grimes secretary Both are colored
Wright Cuney collector ot customs of
Galveston the colored leader and most
influential Republican in Texas took
the stand and never was such
invectives burted as the excoriating be
gave the Lily whites Ho declared that
the blacks were in the majority and
could should nnd would run the party
This precipltatated a redhot fight whloh
was carried on ail day Bon John
T Brady who two years ago
against the present lnoumbant Charles
Stewart was unanimously nominated for
The resolutions adopted reaffirm allegi
ance to tbe Republican party mdore the
administration of President Harrison
and declare against the proposed com
mission amendment to tbe state consti
Col John T Brady of Harris county
and Look McDaniel of Grimes both de
clined tbe nomination for congress as
did also Sublet a colored man from
Finally about midnight the conven
tion agreed upon Postmaster Angiers of
Huntsville Walker county
Fire Water and Wind Connected With the
Destruction ot a Laundry Tester
day Morning
Yesterday morning between 5 and C
oclook the laundry establishment oor
ner Fifth and Throckmorton streets and
with a small cottage adjoining were de
stroyed by fire
The laundry was known as the Swiss
steam laundry and was owned by Ed S
Leaohman It was totally destroyed as
well as the machinery in It
the loss being estimated at
3500 The cottage adjoining was the
property of Mrs Covender whoso loss
will reach nearly S1000 as much furni
ture was burned up
The origin is a mystery The only
reasonable explanation is incendiarism
though so far as known no person had
cause to purposely fire the places
The fire department did good work al
though the oompanles met adverse cir
cumstances Some rivalry has arisen
between tbe companies as to whloh may
claim the greatest glory out of the affair
and the following handed In by a mem
ber of engine company 2o 3 is given
Fobt Wosth Tex Aug 2S
To the Gazette
In looking over the columns of tho
evening dally I was very much surprised
at reading of the gullibility of the re
porter who took in the Baron Munohau
son fairy tale of how the Engine compa
ny Ho 1 won tbe honors at
tbe laundry lire yesterday morn
ing The truth of the matter
is that Engine company Sto 3 made a
run of fourteen blocks on a gen
eral alarm into the district of
the windy company from the First ward
and had water on tho fire twenty min
utes before this Engine company Ko 1
who can make such good time witn their
mouths but in all the history of tbe
Fort Worth tire department were seldom
known to get first water at a fire
Shot in thcKra
Special to the Gazette
Houston Tex Aug 26 This morn
Ing some dastard attempted the assassin
ation of Mr Allen Robinson a respecta
ble colored woman who resides at 353
San Jacinto street At an early hour
he was aroused by a noise on
tto poroh and got up to
see what caused ther disturbance
she was peering out ot the bliuds when
the rllllan fired at her Tea bullet
struck here square In the left eye blow
ing it out and tearing away a side of her
faee and head She l atUl alive but in
a preoarlouj eoadiues
The Senate Agrees to Yote on tha
Tariff Bill September 8
This Gives Promise ot an Adjournment
the First Week in October Bace
for Recognition
The Bepnbll cans Have Besolved to Take up
the Election Bill the First Thing
in the Kelt Session
Iteaean got There
Special to the Gazette
Washi > qton Aug 26 There wag an
interesting race in tbe senate
today between Senators Reagan
and Stewart Irrigation was being
discussed and Mr Allison was
explaining tbe notion of the committee
Both Reagan and Stewart were waiting
for Allison to olose Each of those sen
ators has a fixed opinion on Maj Powell
and the geological survey and neither of
them has been known to miss an oppor
tunity to speak Each was
loaded to the muzzle with
documents and arguments Stewart
arose several times during Allisons re
marks and Reagan was very anxious
also that the Iowa senator should cease
speaking At last was evident Allison
was about to conclude and Stew
art got up tor tho second
time motioning to tbe presiding offi
cer lngalls that be wanted recognition
Iu this position be stood awaiting for the
dying words of the senator from Iowa
Mr Reagan had both hands on his chair
bis head had ceased to move toward
lngalls and be watched only Allison By
this time every one except tbe official
stenographer wero intent on tbe race
The last word came and then tbe Texan
sprang from bis chair and said Mr
Mr lngalls said The senator from
Mr Stewart sat down He evidently
was tired as he had been standing for
some time Reagan had outwitted him
and the race for recognition was won
S Wobb of Albany Tex Is at tho
Agreed at Lost
Special to the Gazette
Washington Aug 26 The argu
ment between the Democrats and Re
publicans to postpone the Federal elec
tion bill and dispose of the tariff bill
promptly was parfeoted lu the senate
this morning Plumb withdrew his ob
jection to the proposition of Aldrloh and
tbe unanimous consent was secured A
vote on tbe xariff bill on tho 8th of Sep
tember gives promise of an adjournment
tbe first week In October and ot courso
settles tbe election bill Something may
happen to prolong tho session but tho
election bill will not be benefited by
that At the next session whether in
December or two weeks earlier tbe
corpse will be brought Into tbe senato
again and an attemt will then be made
into the appearance of life The Repub
licans have agreed among themselves
that they will take this bill up tbe first
thing and consider It day after day to the
exolusion of everything else The whole
time from the day of their reassembling
until tbe 4th of March may be consumed
without considering any other measures
It is asserted now that even tho appro
priation bills will not be allowed to in
terfere and it may happen that on tbe
4th of March none ot the appropriations
for tbe succeeding fiscal year will be
made Tbe conditions are such as to
make it just possible that there maybe
two extra sessions within tbe year one
before and one after the regular short
session But those who are counting on
devoting bo much time to the eleotlon
bills should remember that reapportion
ment comes in some time during this
Texas Patents
Special to the Gazette
Washington Aug 26 The Ga
zettes list of patents for Texas Ex
hibition rack for goods Luna F Chap
man and J A Montgomery
Georgetown churn William H
Day Morgan refrigerator Nonoy A
Laman Bertram plow Jeremiah C
Messer and A Garner San Marcos
Animae shears Robert Monday Lam
pasas plowRobert MuesseFayetteville
olotbespin Kphriam M Turner Fort
Worth design for lamp chimney top
Fortunato C Zanettl Bryan
No Bltenslon Will Be Granted
Special to the Gazette
Washington Aug 26 Senator Coko
had an Interview with the secretary ot
tbe Interior today relative to tho exten
sion of time asked for by the cattlemen
for getting their stock out of the Indian
Territory He was told that the presi
dent had determined to enfore tbe order
to the letter and that no extension would
be granted
Will Continue to Buy Silver
Wshington Aug 26 Secretary
Wlndom says that as he desires to re
lease at present from the treasury all the
money be can he will continue to buy
silver It tbe offers are reasonable
without regard to the quota proportion
for the month
Tariff Bill Debate
Washington Aug 26 The senate
by unanimous consent has agreed to the
proposition of Mr Aldricb in regard to
closing debate on the tariff bill
Charted With Adultery
Special to tbe Gazette
Foet Smith Ark Ang 264lIm
Leo a former deputy marshal of tbis
district but now working for the Paris
court was brought In here today by
Deputy Marshal Shelburn on a charge
ot adultery Lee gave bond for bis ap
pearance here next October
Cutting Affray Over a Woman
Special to the Gazette
Fort Smith Ark Aug 26 On
Saturday night last at Hartshorn Choc
taw nation Jim Price andM C Clliton
became engaged In a difficulty in which
Priet eut Clifton wlta
A 1 3 I t
r T 5
knife inflicting a dangerons
wound Price was brought here today
and went before the commissioner pre
pared to give bond but ball was refused
until tbe result of Cliftons Injuries be
came known and the defendant was
committed to jail Tbe trouble origi
nated over Clifton taking Prices sister
inlaw out buggy riding
United Brothers ot Friendship
Special to the Gazette
Houston Tkx Aug 26 The grand
ilodge of United Brothers of Friendship
ofTflxas Is in session here about
delegates being In attendance The
order is a colored benevolent one and
the delegates are an intelligent body
Dr W T Peyton of Louisville Kyf
grand mnster ot tbe United States ad
dressed the meeting today The sec
retarys report showed that the order
ow ned property In Texas to the amount
of 187550 and the membership is con
stantly Increasing
Silver Bullion Decreases A MoTe Fa
vored by Sevr York Brokers
At the Openlns ot tho Speculative Market the
Bears Hate a Frantic Bush to Bid
Tbe Days Dealings
Special to the Gazette
New York Aug 26 Silver bullion
was weakagain today going down
l o on ounce below the best price paid
yesterday by the government As money
is now easy again the movement Is ex
tremely a puzzling one It is a faot that
Western holders of silver who can de
liver their sales to the government at the
mints near California and Nevada mines
can afford to underbid New York hold
ers because the latter already paid
freight on tbeir bullion and have to
reokon that in on tho profit and loss ac
count in figuring up sales It is reported
from Philadelphia that the Fourth street
national bank and GIrani trust company
are about to imitate the Western national
bank and Mercantile deposit company in
storing bullion and issuing certificates of
deposit in multiples ot 1000 ounces New
York brokers are in favor of this as It
will save them even the small expense of
shipping their government sales from
New York to the Philadelphia mint
London nt onae appprsolated the im
proved state of affairs here as was evi
denced by tbe strong and bouyant mar
ket for Americans in London advances
extending to 2 per cent in Lake Shore
and by the receipt ot a
flood of early orders to buy
stocks in this market When the mar
ket opened the bears stumbled over each
other In their frantlo efforts to bid for
stocks There was a rush to buy all
clong tho line particularly in Vander
bilts and Grnngors First prices wero
anywhere trom to 1J higher than
yesterdays final and further galnes
wero quickly recovered In the first ten
minutes of business Cleveland Col
umbus Clnolnnatl and St Louis bad ad
vanced 2 points and reaohed 1
Other notable advances were
In New York Central IJ4 In
Lake Shore a point in Grangers
and Canada Southern 1 in Lacka
wanna and equally as largo gains in
many of tbe specialities In the un
listed department sugar trusts jumped
y These beavy advances in tbe first
few minutes proved a great temptation
o many bulls who have been patiently
awaiting better days and considerable
realizing ot profits followed At tho
same time tbe bears attempted to make
some oapital out ot the report
that the employes of tbe different divis
ions of tbe Illinois Central would
this morning present demands for an in
crease of 15 per oent in wages and also
strike and of tbe switchmena strike at
the Chicago stockyards As a result
prices receded slightly The mar
ket soon settcd into less ao
tivo speculation and some irregular
fluctuations lu prices were noted The
tone however continued very strong
and later heavy purchases for foreign
account resulted In mora activity and
further advances Purohases of stooks
during the morning for Londonncoount
aggregated 30000 shares During the
afternoon the market was very quiet and
Arm In the last half Dour of business a
brisk buying movement developed under
covering of spots and tbe closing was
strong and active and generally at or
near tbe last figures of the day with bnt
few exceptions The list shows
market advances from last nights
final There was a good supply of money
in tbe loan market at 46 per cent In
tbe last bait hour the rata was down to
iyz per cent Silver bullion was re
ported unsettled in London at lower fig
ures The price of New York bar silver was
also Q lower Trading in silver certifi
cates in the slock exchange was little
more active and the prico declined lo
but rallied later Sugar trusts wero
notably strong and active
The subtreasury redeemed S329000 ot
4supto3p m At tbe subtreasury
In Boston 350000 were received The
total amount of bonds purchased under
the Irregular ot August 21 exclusive ot
todays purchase Is 6857200 Tho
Important advances were Atohlson
IK Cleveland Chicago Clnolnnatl and
St Louis 2 Canadian Paclfio 1J
Burlington St Paul 1 Rock
Island li Chicago Hannibal and
East Illinois 2 Northwest 1 Dela
ware Lackawanna and Western 2
Denver and Rio Grande preferred 2
Erie lj4i Lake Shore l f load trusts
4 Louisville and Nashville
Missouri Paclfio 16 New Kngland
Northern Paclfio oreferred 1J Ore
gonTranscontinental trust receipts 1
Reading Sugar trust Z Texas
and Paclfio Union Pacific l i
Wostern Union
Queen Tlo oft for Scotland
London Aug 26 Queen Victor
departed yesterday for Scotland
The Czar Boluses
Viznna Aug 26 The Tageblatt say
that the czar has ref nsed to give his con
sent to the proposal made by Emperor
William that the forces of Eusela
Austria and Germany stationed along
boundary lines between the tirse
oountxlw b withdrawn

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