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rijETTB HEADQUARTERS
KyOL XX NO 18
Wish to Correct An
Jneoue impression
jjamors eeHin to bo flying
out tuat it is our uuoiuiou
ueinove our business from
t Worth to SpiiiiKfiold
r some tima during tbe
rlv part of 90 All we rim
a I thit IT IS NOT SO
11 RetliluK wo Know luiiy
i much about it aainaaamo
nor
MRlflTH
JIBRON NAGGAR
I Wholesale and retail dealer In
rfioodi Jewelry ana nouods
liars h adauartem AH peddlers
la want roods Ahlppod to them will
Oraer a once uiucih Kiv
prompt attention
J ItOUniUII IISVI UH 1IUI AC
hUBGlnnl COM
laird of Trade Hall llonday eve-
g December IB
Brstian
aitor of tho Iconoclast the most
xemui oi American magazine in
poat slnglu handed ctnua entitled
umbugs
ii 1 50 Tels
sidles especially Invited Tickets on
m Monday december l at hall and
nncipai news sinnua uoors open
If JO lecture begins 8 15 sharp
EV 0 II TIFFANY D r LL
Dlcklnnon Late Pastor of St
nei M i Church New York Cltv
our admirable entertainment pave
treat delight You have not only
it power of expression In Important
isiges but what Is fur more rare
ilmlrable facility In Bladng trans
1 phages cKoomeiy Tour impir
tlons were superb
ccommendul by Dr Iarkhurat
hop Vln cnt Dr raweett IMward
mi jiaie wnemnton Oladden
mk R Stockton Jennie June Phil
Brook Andrew D Whit vr
t and tho eminent Shoksperlon
hor Prof Win J Ualfe
E GREATEST OP
AiuruuiAN iairansoNATong
MR HANNIBAL A
ILLIAMS
I tin on of lili Inimitable recitals
E N R Y IV
At the woimi nornu
londay December 16 8
U clock p m
OMISSION 50 CENTS
tickets on nale at all drug atorcs
i nuiei worm
on
How to Enjoy Life
BY
LI A Will
CITY HALL
IWmu ig one ot tho strongest men
in in course
ISmlMlon to reserved sent Ho
nerrea seat oale liexln nt Y
at 9 a m rrlday Season
U honored
eenwnin Opera House
II WAINWR1GHT
Ad her excellent company
and Matinea Todav
at 230 p m
UGHTERS OF EVE
llvr ifiiKiiMArn tonioiit
Tn Tajlors Brilliant Comedy
UNEQUAL MATCH
ICEJ - tl
I guttle toe balconj 60c child
t Pftrntlatfa nrt lf1 tl lint
5 hj ftfo salleryr 23c
Nnesday December 10
PJMJSPKBI
WOULD NOT MARRY
ux runs HAHitisov huoauus i
31U3 I1IMMICK At A ilSTKIU
He a Slrlct Cnlvlultt ana Conld
Aot Think of Any Other lie-
Intluu With Uer
Indianapolis Dec J A member of
the church who was lowy a member of
the Bible clans of which cxPresldent
Harrison was a teachtr prior to hi go
ing to Washington gave today what
he regards as conclusive rensona why
no engagement of marrriacu exists be
tweeen Mr Harrrleon and Mrs Dim
mlck lie sas that the ex presldent
Is a thorough religionist and a firm be
liever In the doctrine of John Calvin as
elucidated In the confession of faith
and that In the dlacutKlon of subjects
drawn out In the Dlble class the ex
presldent was extremely orthodox on
all questions relating to marriage
While Mrs Dlmmlck Bald the gen
tleman U not related by the law of
consanguinity to Mr Harrison It Is a
fact that her close ratlonshlp to Mr
Harrison and her frequent and pro
tracted lilts to tho Harrison home
have caused the ex presldent to look
upon her In the light of a sister and
In leed their relations hae beeen prac
tically thoso of a brother and slater on
these visits Viewing her In this light
I do not bellee It possslble that Mr
Harrison has ever considered any other
relation with her
TO NOTIFY MEMBERS
Or llMSTIMl OF DUSIOCIIATIO NA
TIONAL COM3llTTii2
TU Iorpa to elect Time I
nsie ot IlolJIna Heat Drao
eralto Natloonl ConTentloo
Philadelphia Dec 1J W a llsrrlty
chairman ot the Democrats national
committee this evenlnK requested the
secretary of the committee to notify
members of tho assembling ot the
Democratic national committee on Jan
uary IS next In Wnshlniton for the
purpose of selecting the time and place
for the next Democratic national con
entlon Secretary Harrlty has re
ceived letters from commercial bodies
In tlftl ulffirent cities urging the so
ectlon of a lato date for the conven
Hon It Is believed that a dale not
iter than the middle ot July will be
selected
ROBBED BY TWO MEN
was rnnsuAnnu to go deiiid
03113 HAILI10AD CAni
dfficera Started In Purult Tha Men
Utra Drought Itnck and Await
Their Trial
men giving their nimes as RoU JQe
and Tom Kcwciotnez jKutc
Kuykcndall to g around btliJd some
rars ntar the CM ton Uclt dept Ma
asked hlro if h could change rne
money f them Kuykendill puled a
fja bill from hit pocket when tru
thieves grabbed the money and ran
Officers started In pursuit und isught
- nFMia Th were brought
alOHV OP TUB LAST 1JALLAS
Ansa GlYes Hand wnu Is Ualeaeil
lie Had Klllea a Man lfor
Tula Uimeullr
Dalian Tex Deo 13 Specials
Charles M Orr the man who was Bitot
last evening by Tom Angus was rest
ing easy this afternoon The physici
ans would not allow the patient to be
Interviewed
Angus waa seen at the Jail lie stat
ed that the trouble grew out of a homo
trade between hlmnolf and Klrby Orr
a brother of Charles which occurred
several woeki ago He sajs the orig
inal trouble did not amount to much
but Charlts aggravated It to tho
trouble last evening which was forced
upon him He also sttya that ho II red
two shots only Poping Orr fall ho
went towards the Jail to give himself
up white Orr got three shots nt him
Several yems ago Angus killed a base
ball plajer named Dradley the affair
latlng place near tbe same locality
of last nights shooting He was sen
ten cd to nvajears In the penitentiary
but berore the expiration of his term
he was pardoned by Governor Hogg
for good conduct This afternoon An
gus waived examination befora Justice
laundcrdale who placed lha bond at
J70 which he gave with Crawford Ac
Crawford as suietles
WAS BADLY HURT
DY FALLING T1IUOLGU A 11AILWAY
finiUGD LAST MOIIT
Tho Injuries Tleoelved Werm Inter
nal and Ar Thought Aot
to D Fatal
Strawn Tex Dec 13 Special A
O Dorrls an employe of the Texas and
raclfla Coal company living one mile
south of town was badly hurt last
night by falling through a railroad
bridge while returning home All In
juries are Internal though perhaps
vin M esteemed bv all their acquaint
Tyler Tex Deo IS Special On Rncc
Wednesday afternoon a gcitlemnn bv WILL IIB KTTEKU
the name of Kujfcendall fiun AiMn
robbed of 120 by two slick t the Parlfl Hall Paopla Ara
New Tork Deo II President J
Ed nerd Simmons of the Ian Airerlca
railway made lhe following sntemnt
today The directors of th Pan
American railway met and authorised
me to sign an agreement with ths
Paclno Mall company when the latter
people were ready to sign I expect
everything will be settled early next
week or as soon as th directors of
th 3acina wail uihpu uuma
Uunungton to Ign
1a ta3J
paclt to thl IW
jaMkiAAd hittAjiakXi i
a ah mmivmZimmimmmmKat
Iteadr te lira
jMt
fj a mffT
session here has aaked for a duty of
about 25 per cmt on that commodity
The wool stow era auk for A upecllla
duty of 12 cents per pound on unwash
ed SO cenu on scoured and on wools of
quality 8 cents Sae In the case ot
third clam or carpet wools thes rates
uro equivalent of the rales of the
act of 1883 which wcio higher than
those of the uct of 1SJ0
The rt Imposition of a duty on wool
would necessarily Involve the addi
tion of compeiuiatary rates on tho man
fac lured nrtlclcs It la estimated that
the revenue would be Increased About
irH0 OOQ by the proposed ihangcs
A bill to comply with their icuest
will come from the ways and means
committee early In January and will
of course pans tho houe but Hi vote
in the nate U uncertain Should It
pass the latter however It will be
promptly Ltoed by the president He
Is now and has always been unalter
ably opposed to duties uu wooL
Will Fit lit Hut OiU
While Speaker ld will not talk
for publication regal ding the next te
publlcan convention he does not hes
Itatn to discuss the suuiftct with hla
person rrUnda One orhifc closest
friends said
Speaker Heed believes that who
ever is nominated on the Itepubllcan
ticket will he the next president lie
also believes Ma own chances for the
nomination are very promising He Is
convinced moreover that It he Is not
nominated this lime ho never will bo
He said to me recently that his great
ambition was to bo president of the
United States hut that he had a horror
of being looked upon by tho country
as a perpetual candidal for that of
He i Ho does not Intend to he a Ulalns
or a Slurman Ho does Intend to
strive with all hla power from now
until tho convention adjuurns lo so
curt the nomination
If he wlna ho says he wltl have
readied the height of his earthly de
slreti and if he fulls be will retire ah
nolutely from politics move to New
York city and tnke up the practice of
law He says this without any putllsh
nesfi or feeling that he will have a
grlevanco beoauso he shall have been
denied the nomination
He suya that he has obtained now
with the exception of the presidency
all that It would bo possible for him
to obtain of political honor He has
he tells me become convinced that he
has got to tho parting of the ways of
his life one of which may lead to the
presidency and the other to an lion
on bio and remunerallvo career as a
lawyer out of politics Ho has deliber
ately started on the former If he
finds that he cannot reach the goal he
to obtain It tn the future to cot on
the other path at onco and to follow It
resolutely
A Chinese rustics
Secretary Carlisle appears to be hav
ing trouble again with his annual re
Krt At the beginning of tbe last
congress he was se eral weeks be
hindhand and nobody now seems to
know when the report that wan due
last Monday will reach the house of
than he had expected to figure out
not fatal sufficiency of revenue ior
w n tMimieh of Eastlind and MIsn r Koverntnent t
Dou llah Hushing of Weatherford were
married at the Iledus hotel Palo Pinto
at l 2m yesterday Judge D M Hood
officiating They returned horns ond
were given a supper by the proprietors
of the lUker house Trom this placo
they will go to liutland where they
will reside Mr McGough Is a well
L nAorn trvir man and Is the wealthiest
i farmer In Eastland county Both are
1
jyj i fcsnya
v
h
ine support
any X Y Z
ceas wnose only Known qua niltles
were a constantly growing deficit
Severely CrltlcUed
There Is severe criticism upon the
Republicans for allowing Mr llayard
to be attacked Just at this Juncture
when he la the representative of the
United States at the capita of a na
tion with which this country has a
serious difficulty Mr Bayards gen
eral course as an ambassador to Eng-
land 1s not approved by all public in
I Washington nor Is his Edinburgh ad-
dress thought to have been In good
taste but the point la made that the
Itepubllcans have chosen a most inop
portune moment for censuring him It
Is Mr Dayard s duty to uphold the
Interests of the United States during
a crisis In this countrys relations
with Ureal Britain and Instead or the
support of the national legislature he
was given practically a vote of cen
sure by the houto of representatives
Th resolutions were brought for
ward In the most extreme and offen
sive form too They offered impeach
ment thotirl their author must have
known as th speaker and all the
J Republicans knew tba Impeachment
r Si
ST
r a
w
TOUT WORTH TEXAS SATURDAY DEOEJUIIEB 14 1805
Monnigs Arcade
The House That Sells Toys on the Small
Profit Plan
Boll Folding Beds 25o
Hoys AirGunB boH make 69o
Big line of Moustache Cupsat 25o worth BOa
ilepant Moustache Cups 7no and 85c
Mot beautuui lino of Christmas Cuds In tho oity
lsig lino of Parlor Lamps at modern prlcoi
Large SHU Lamp Shades 710
Beautiful Dinner Sots Irom S5 to 25
Iioger Bros J847 Silver Knives and Fork 325 per sot
Sterling Silver Knives and Forks 175 per set
Open Every Day Until 9 p m
MONIGS ARCADE
-2 Main Street
The Woiais EictOTs More Popular Ever Dy
The ladles or Tort Worlh v yiiow t aklns a Brent delt of Interest In the
unmans Ixchanse and we con olt er many lieaulltul nnsents tor tho
nomiays which are uwtul and mil be hlshly appreciated It mil pay jou
well to look through the stock and see whut wo have to offer Work to ba
painted should bo sent In at onco lie member our slock of Millinery la belne
sold at cost Call and see us
MRS BALLINGER CO
HOUSTON AND FIFTH STIlCnTS
to nwnlt their trial They are well
dressed joung men of geuuel siptar
ance
Jiof Will T rotter has Issued Ms
report or the city schools Twere is
an enrollment of white pupils of P10
and tolored 5S4 making a total of 13h
Mr H D Ioudrldge of this city
and Miss Lulu Collins of Hnnii were
united In inarilauo u the rtld nm of
rVTia E Wednesf
TARIFF
Is to Be Doctored This
Winter
nUlLILIOAlS WILL TUT TO HAUL
vool Dirrv
REEDS ONLY FIGHT
Washington Dec It Special H I
generally understood that the republi
can leaders In congress have made up
their minds to do soma single shot ta
riff loetlaln 1 1 in llilu lnl ntn 1irnn
dA
-was out of th question Tho Impeach
mint clause nu obviously ottersd to
th house for the purpose of humtilat
Ins Mr Dayard ai much as possible
Thtrt are prominent Democrats who
privately criticise Mr Bayard for his
Edinburgh speech but they believe he
should not have been publicly gillorled
for It at this time
WILL ltlCrnHT SIOMAV
Itrpabtlcnn Sennto Cnurus Cmwll
teo In SnMslun
Vashtnrton Deo IS The llepubll
can son nl o caucus committee after
u prolongcil session today
tho opinion that they would be
likely that the appropriations commit-
ieo uui ne eniarffeu 10 iwuva meinutre i
In order to make room for Senators
Quay 1cttIiTuw and 1orklns Cat
renator Btcwart who wus formerly
slated for membership on the npproprU
atlons committee ns a Tuputlst will
lrobably nnt set the Place but will be-
come chairman on the committee on
raclfla roads Senator Irlthard of
1 North Carolina Is to bo chairman of the
CU V
HU I01M SOT WIX Till TIMB uTSilnicnl0
UU W ILL M3 13U TUV
Carlisle lnlls tu rraducs 11U Iteuurl
Ou Dai It Wmb lUllrd
to Appear
lhe proposition of the ioinr bloods
to push the reorganlxutlon of tho sen
ate through prior to the Christmas holi
days has met nti opposition from tho I
older Hepubltcan scnatois who
cull that they resisted anie rhrtslmns
organttatlun of the senate when the
Democrats lost Ruined control ani
should the Democrats show a disposi
tion to rlst hasty reorganization tho
matter probably will go oer unlU
after tho holiday Tho commlttra re-
tort will be presented and adopted be- I
fore an attempt Is inada lo tket senate i
ofllclals
Liivitis itu COMINU i
Sliuontniiti ClinnrrN ns Dlitrlot At
torney Are n tluod
Washington - Dcd H - When the
niiuvi mo u Mrt - -
Growers association that ha been In WV preientorromncndVna SS
nramtlon of Charlf It Hlmonton fir
e nrth district of Tennessee ns
United Htatpn Rttorney Senator lturrls
nsked that tho nomination ho sent back
to the commlttr In order to permit an
examination into Mr Sim on Urns re-
Mr comn on I Iho Ihlnl class without reKard to I Krr1 1f l
rlntf mnrnnr I rv -I r tmuillUll
The joung men of the city gave a
complimentary gennan to tbe lilting- i
young ladles at the 1 Ika lidll lues lay j
otnlng
The citizens of South Tyler hate or
ganized a new Methodist church end
will mk tin conference to send them
b pastor
HOW IT HAPPENED
Air HI molt Inn una fnirrmrlw a mvi1n
of congrese from Tennesn His nomi
nation as district attorney was mndo
upon tho recommendation of Hon
Joslnh rattemon as ugalnst the pio
test of Honutor Harris
WAvr Ait iihihatio
Itepiibllentia Are After a iruo
Irrmnry eilutemriit
Washington Deo 13 Several He
publican members of tho hous have
been lu consultation since the presi
dent a in t bbii go was nmdo publlo to
devise a method whereby they could
ecuro a deilnlto statement of the
condition of the treasury Mr Walker
of MnitHaUiUBilts will endeavor to
bitng alrout nn Investigation of the
tlnances bj un expert under th com
mittee on appropriations Mr Wnlker
has a resolution which will bo referred
to the committee on appropriation
Authorizing the committee to employ
experts to whom departmental uirkem
nro reniiitfrt tn etv nnv Inrnt mnllnn
Oua of tho alms of the plan tl to
aubstunthite tho statements made by
llf publican that St cretin y Carlisle
has delayed the payment f ri
tlons and held lack publlo works In
order that the treasury muy mane tho
best possible showing
THE LAST SAD RITES
Klllf ClI UlZIISOVi 1II1MAIM LAII1
AWAY TO Itlsr
A Number of nUtlnwulilirtt Taople
Attend the funeral Varvtoaa
Itaspaet for tba Uaail
Jefferson Tex Dec 13 Special
Mrs D 13 Culberaon was burled to
day at 10 a m The stores of the city
were closed out of respect for the de-
has determined to renounce all desire j ceased The funeral was largely
tended by friends and relatives from
home find abroad
General Mabry Assistant Attorney
General lockett Comptroller FJntey
from Austin Colonel William Crawford
from Dallas and Colonel Jo Alford
s
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rssssssfflsv it
-
THE FORT WORTH GAZETTE
eft
and wife from Marshall were among j
the visitors from abroad i Thar Had IUtarned in EsamUe a
The following old lime friends nf th
family were the nail bearers Csntnln
representatives on waturaay it was t wnwara nan w i Armsirao
Vines
promiseu tor luesaay oui inquirers at
the treasury department were Inorm
td that It would probably not be ready
then As the administration meaning
President Cleveland of courts is ex
pected to return to Washington from
the ralj on the waterfowl of North
Carolina tomorrow It was at once In
ferred that the secretary ot th treas
ury had concluded that U might le In
discreet In htm to forward the report
and make It public In the absence of
the executive sportsman A more char-
IIUUIB tJBtll llliri VUKtUMUII
however was that Mr Carlisle found
It a more difficult and tedious pro -mi
Judge Morlav John John Felld
er C O Orayham William Clark and
J lit Crow til The funeral service
was conducted by Jtsv U C Kellls
pastor of the Baptist church from the
family residence
WAS ALMOST FATAL
SIR THOItTrOff FAILED TO SUA It 10
Tim col on svutr
I Got Only ttaa Strychnin lll
LI fa Was Despaired of V
tinny Hours
Longvlew Tex Dea 13 Special
Yesterday C A Thornton of this city
took a dose of cough syrup with al
most fatal results He failed to follow
direction to shake the contents of
tbe bottle which with other Ingre
dents contalnnt strychnine conse
quently he received only th poison
Into his system and for many hours
his life was despaired nf but recelv
tag skillful medical aid at once be Is
thought flow to be out of danger
The ladles of the Cumberland Prcs
byterUn church are holding a bax iar
serving refreshments and selling many
handsomtt artlciM for Christina
enta
i4Mk
ft
i f l
Timv auk coMiiituci iNsiria
ilackii or Murom Aomrr
stiuit cau moi cahiuinu
Irged Ilint Urnvritl Strike fur tl
Ulitht llour liar uulil
lie Lnnlse
j New York Deo 13 There was a
unmll number ot delegutes pronent
I hen tho roll was cnllel at the opening
of the Of tli days session of tho con
vention of the ledetatlon of Labor lo
duy
The committee on rt solutions was In
structed to draw up a suitable resolu
tion on the death of Allen Q Ihur
tuau
It wan ngrred that tlio election of ofll
cers should bo taktn up a 3 oclock to
morrow
Calls for resolutions were then made
and a number submitted
tiuo resolution which cause 1 much
dtbfto urged that In view ot the fact
that savings of the working people
were subject to lon through ludlscieet
Investment on the part at managers
of 1 1 Units bunk the federation memo
rialize congress tn tho Inteinsl ot es
tablishing unvlngn Institutions In con
nection with thtt poutoithe dcparlmmit
It waa regarded that under txMIng
clr umstancis the oor had absolutely
no safe place In which tu deposit their
sav logs
In tbo discussion v htch preceedod
the rising of the time fur the holding
of elections Delegate McUrlde frvin the
printers organization In Denver aald
Iheio was mora who pulling In the
1 federation convention In connection
wllh the coming election than In uny
out and out potllluil organization In
Half a dozen delegates Jumped to
tmlr feet at once It was declared the
words of tho Denver man were art In
uult to every man on tho floor
4H0 i uiumicir on resolutions re
Henry Chars a Whan It Vnex
peetedlr Exploded
lu their power and who Is to prepare i polled unfavorably ngAlnst the carry
a stnlement lnff of mulls on the street oar until
they are controlled by the government
In tho event of a sltlke street car
liDjree or ronas tanying tho molls the
men It was contended would be mitt
Jort to at net for obstructing the malls
After a long debate It was volid to
nun ronour and tho resolution was
Ad opt i d
Treasurer lnnsn reported a resolu
tion on it special tax for carmen is
bi ought Into this country from fuielgn
countries
The resolution was agreed to
Jt whs urged that a gvncial strike In
support of the movement for the eight
hours day was unwise but that the
exocutlvo committee shoull select some
organization to begin the fight for the
eight hours day labor and not cap
ital should decide the length of the
working day
lho Invitation to tho convention to
ttend delegates to tho International so- 1
slallst convention to be held In Lon
don In May treated n storm It was
declared that the convention shoull
not recognize such a body while ftumo
said thtrre could be no harm In being
represented The matter will come up
for discussion tomorrow
A PREMATURE BLAST
UUIILUn IOCll lIQf atDUEKLY io
tu l III UUATU
Knoxvllfe Tenn Deo 13 Dy a pre
mature explosion of powder and dyna
pnlte Thursday afternoon four men
were Instantly killed at La Kollette
Campbell county Four others are miss
ing and their bodies are being searched
for In the mass of earth and brick
that was dislodged by the explosion
The names of the dead are
Andrew Dates white aged 29 I
Toilette L A Debney whits aged 8
Ia Toilette John Webber aged 31
Mlddlesboro Kyl Price Jelllco Tenn
The explosion occurred in tbe works
of the la Kollstte railway where a
new road Is bolnjr projected from La
Toilette to Jflllco A large force of
men were at work blasting tor a cut
Three Vx ot powder had been placed
In a sixteen foot hole and four sticks
ot dynamite were sJso added to th
deadly charge It refused to explode
when th men were ordered back to It
Just a they re entvred the hole the
terrlfto explosion occurred and the
earth for many yards around waa dis
lodged and thrown Into n conglomer
ated mass with the remains ot th
unfortunate victims
At the latest accounts received to
night a rescuing force was stlU at
work
ALL WlCnid KILLCD
Family Vive Mt Dmntn On th
flallroAri
Greenville Ohio Deo II Oliver
natnmond hla wife and three children
wrre kled at a crowing- on the Day
ton and Union railway stvta miles
from this city white tbeywraorvasia
tbe track la aa aoclusad vuJolrfs -
huti
i1
f A AAfevvi hii
t jM V KUrV riW
ft WK
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r
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wim sasvaM mmm
Aim tub eumwiiwii
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WBMM VVM1 4
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tub tcooRtircn A jji
acsnM stiiooi tvili X
IlKCEIVBTHB H1B0 OlUjAlO
3ItIOB FIVE CENTS
tribute Crawfords
By Labor to Allen G
auie id report mo uepuimcan i
bcrshlp of tho senate commit lees to the
Itenubllcon C lUCtiS on Mdnlay To COMMITTKM nsTIUCTKIl TO DRAW
daj i developments make It altogether
Thurman
SPECIAL SALE TODAY
From 9 to 11 a m and
4 p iri
3 to
u uiTAiiLK itKioLLTioM j LADIES CAPES AT
THE SAYINGS BANKS 3 69 Each-
Tlioe goods are worth from
8 to 20 all elegant pty
Mi gnruiQiits in Cloth Silk
and Vrlvot fancy trimmed
mid Silk llnod It you want
onti come now As thoy will
boon ho sold
A CHANCE TO MAKE MONIY
Clothing Slaughtered
All wool Suits worth 10
only 475
LADIES READY MADE SUITS
Thin ppflsonM stylo worth
fmm 5 8 60 to iuonly4 90
Your choice of nhy pair of
Lndltm or MisboV Shoes lu
tho houtjo
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WAS A SAD MISTAKE
iooic Mumcma iilt it nioviui
to it u rouov
A riiyslelaa Was CalUd In asid AfUs
sua Shnrv WrU tna Ussi
Ufa Was Hava
li
Tyler Tex Deo It Spcial
Last night James Dilpps a warble out
tcr took what he supposed to be a dose
of medicine but proved to be poison
A physician was called In and after an
hours hard work saved th man s Ufa
He had a narrow escape from death
Oflloers Binltli and Tarbuttun imp
turvd Jack Cotton chargud with steal
Ing a horse from a farmer In Van
Ifcundt several months ago The horse
has been recovered
J D Moody and H II Rowland yea
terday sold to J P Drlscoll th two
story brick on North Broadway forma
erly occupied as an express utile Coo
slderutlou I sow cash
ACQUITS TIIU DUTY
Had Cross Society Will UUtrlbuM
Artfianlan Funds
Washington D0 13 The American
Red Cnns society hva determined td
nccept the duty of the distribution ol
funds among the Armenian suffsrera
and has iHsued the following
Owing lo lhe unanimous and urgent
appeals from th friends of humanity
representing ti early all th people of
this country the National Ited Crosn
1ms decided that they must accept th
sacred trust ot endeavoring to relieve
the distress In Asia Minor Fully real
izing the difficulties and dangers to bo
met the Ited Cross will start for Tur
key as noon as sufficient funds aro
placed at Its disposal or guaranteed to
insure success
11ADLY BTAIIUICD
A Journeyman Ulackamlih WaanaU f
ad nt Dallas
Dallas Tex Dec It Special-
Frank Vlnag a Journeyman black
smith at work In Harry Joels efcopi
was badly stabbed last night In a
saloon Lut owing to a remarkable
constitution Is said to b getting ou
Without laconvenlonc
A BIG SENSATION
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fISSIPPt LKQISLATLUH
Frand Oarrnptton Carate4 I
irisrurlna thaOantrnete forSehat
Hooks Taraagnaat tka IUt
Jackton Miss Dec It- Th Clarion
Ledger this afternoon sayal
A sensation Is promised when th
stat legislature meets1 here In
3sJ
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ary next In connection with the oon tVj 4
tracts for school bookswaicn vrera 7
rscently awarded throughout lhe slate J -It
wa found that on or two oonoem H
had sicuredlh -lion hare otlh Jk
contract andi rival companies tu
said have been systematically aMrork
gathering evldencof rraudtan ter Jt I
ruptlon In figuring th eonlraolgt ndff
iiwetMl th leetalatnr will ba
silted to Investigate the mattar u
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