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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 18 March 1887

WPf L r LADES COLUMN Nature and Fashion Demand Sons Sunshine and Beauty for the Easier Awakening Hair Stripes Flowered Stripes Greek Squares in Spring Silks Trim mings and Ornaments Housekeepers Want Considered Pad ding KccipcH from Boston Cook Notes Etc Deep down in the heart of winter lies the hope bud of sringand there shielded from chilling blasts and cold cerements the embryo life is cherished Finally the sumbeams woo with warm glances and the song birds in musics own language entice the tender child Shyly it somes forth arrayed in delicate hues to witness the resurrection miracle in which each year rejoices Woman in her love of the beautifui watches the unfolding and the tints so suggestive of life and beauty be come a law to ber in the selection of her ado nings hence the apple green the moss gray the lilac and tne delicate pink which show in her attire that spring is here Young girls with delicate com plexions surround their fair faces with the apple and sea foam shades unti...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 18 March 1887

UMauiub exposing cer hve aeftneer terrible parts together Mercury will be found on the oth 9 north of that point and in a northeast direction from the sun Venus will be an excellent guide In pointing out his position for on the oth she is less than 5 southeast of him An opera glass sweeping the sky northwest of Venus will be sure to bring Mercury into the field and his position being thus fixed he will be readily visible to the unassisted eye The western sky must be cloudless and the atmosphere clear to make the search successful rfS ifKjS TmK A Tonit Surgical Operation A FATAL MISTAKE The Cleveland Ohio Press of February 23 1SSS published an account of a fatal surgical operation which caused a great commotion among medical men through out the whole country Dr Thayer the most eminent surgeon in Cleveland pro Bouncing it scandalous It appears that a Mra King had been suffering for many years from some disease of the stomach whichhad resisted the treatment of all the physicians In att...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 18 March 1887

7 OR MM BULLS D ll a aI I I FOR THE CULOF The proprietor of tMs celebrated medicine j justlv clainX5foit a superiority over all rem edies TeroSeVej to tC public for the SAFE j CERTAIN SPEEB = p id PERMANENT cure of Agus and Fover r Chills and Feverwheth j er ol short or longstanding He refers to the entire Western anrl jouthsrn country to bear him testimoHito tub truth of the assertion tha in no case hajSver will it fail to cure if thedirectionsare Sictlyfcilovredandcarried i out In a great nny cases a single dose has been sufficient for ctra and whole families have beeauedbTO single bottle with aper fect restor3ti ofrie general health It is however prud and in every case more cer tain to o re if fts use is continued in smaller doses forweekpr two after the disease has been checad more especially in difficult and Li longstandin cHes Usually this medicine S tfottwfjire any aid to keep the bowels ia g rdeT2jould the patient however re acathar modicineafterhaving taken a tnresror four ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 18 March 1887

Tte Be Listt A Great Surgeon Displays His Skill and Light Shines in Jllpon a Darkened Soul v Wonderful Recovery of Willis iPerryman From Almost U Total Blindness l T Overcome with Gratitude He Gives His Testimonial to the Skill of His Bene factor Dr 7 S Curtis Mr Willis Perryman whose portrait is published aboveis a young farmer liv ing in Winona Tex who for some three years past has been under the treatment of Dr J S Curtis the distinguish spe cialist Of the results of that treatment Mr Perrymaris own statements as they fell from his lips m the presence of a re porter for the Tyler TriWeekly Tri bune are a sufficient commentary He says I am a farmer twentylive years old I was born and now live in Winona Smith county Tex T was afflicted with granu latcd sore eyes over three years to such an extent that I was forced iqspend all I could earn for treatment I employed three different doctors but found no re lief My eyes got so bad that I was like a blind man and fouad his rooms wag obli...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 18 March 1887

t WASHINGTON LETTER Every Business 5Iau and Every News 4 j paper at ihe Capita Praying for an Extra Session Sarati Itcrnliariltit Wardrobe on Kxhtbl llon Applicant for a Clerkship In the Hallway FopCuI Service Correspondence of the Gazette Washington M rch 10 Every busi ness man and every newspaper hi Wash ington is prjius for an extra session All sorts of reasons are advanced to thow that the country will no to the dogs un less the President calls Cmxress together j to consider the deficiency bill and the bill providing lor the livers and har bors on which depends the work of illling in the Potomac flats j The departure of Congress so early in i the season makes a vat difference to the business tf the public at the capital and no one regrets the decision of the Presi dent not to call an extra session more than the hotelkeepers and laundrymen I met one of the latter this morning who was bewailirg the loss of business which the congressional hiatus had entailed upon him This man star...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 18 March 1887

Jk iAl 9tff + jms royalj r ftt 4jgoIufey Pure powSfcrnever varies A marvel ofpurl ensrth aivi VsKleEomcreaf More eco Homfoil than tne Ordinary Kin tJ < 2 cannot be eold infcoiapctlMGu rltri the multitude of low test shaWwtSfelit nlnm or pbo hiv powders Sold wfrf cans ROYAL B4IUNG POWDER CO 1T Wall e vect New York yeodlnt renewed frtrencth or who nutter from infirmities peculiar to their sex should try THE BEST TQMS This raedicine cojnbinefe Iron with pure regetablo tonics and is invaluable Iot Diseases peculiar to Women und alljrfiajoad sedentary lives It En riches and Pnrifife jlfie Blood tiiiiuhites the Appctifo > trcB5tliens the i11u > rles and Nerves in lact thorcfcKoly Invigorates Clears tho compleiii > tilj4id makes the skin Fmootb It does not blacken tub teeth cause headache or product cncsttofUon < tH o < > iiuu mnlicineM do ili B KuzMnsm BnO > 4 Fnrwril Are Milwau kee Wis jsavh fia05rrdct < i of Dec iSh 1fo4 I hfive oied 15rovrps Iron 1ittern and ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 25 March 1887

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPACT PROHIBITION An Address to the People of Texas by the Prohibition Statu Cen tral Committee The Platform on whirls tho Campaign is to bo Made 3I tbo < J f County Or guuization Suggested Special to the Gazette Waco Tkx March 21 We desire first of all to recite the following iacts 1 The Legisature of Texas has re cently passed a bill which has since re ceived the Governors approval submit ting to a vote of the people a constitutional amendment prohibiting the manufacture and sale of ardent spirits as a beverage In Texas The election is ordered to take place on the 4th day of August next 2 Prohibition is now conceded to be a nonpartisan question and any voter may favor or oppose it without affecting his party allegiance U xVcceptiug this now unquestioned declaration a duly authorized call was made for a nonpolitical Proiiibition con vention to meet inWaco March 15 inst 4 In response to this call a large and representative Prohioition contention composed of ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 25 March 1887

r lUsMg WazzkH Published Every Friday BY THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CONIPNY Entered at the Postoffice at Fort Worth as SecondClass Mail Matter k Office of Publication Second St Between Houston and Throckmorton Entered at the Fort Worth Postofllce as becoinlClass Mail Matter BATES OF SUBSCUIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Postage Prepaid by the Publishers Dailv Weekly One Year 10 00 Six Months 5 50 Three Months 3 00 Sunday Gazette On Year 1 50 Mx Months 1 00 Three Months 50 S200 Per Annum DELIYERED BY CARRIERS Dally Per Week Scents jesSubscrlbcrswlsnlnRther address changed from one i > ostoffi = eto another must give the old address as well as tlu new or the change cannot be made Kates o Advertisinc Furnished on Appli cation Remittances by draft postojjlcc money order or in registered letter at risk of ojficc Correspondence is solicited upon all news sub jects Prompt information of events and ticics happen ings of general interest solicited All communications intended for publication must ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 25 March 1887

K lo txftW CUT THIS 1UT rCELEB TED CoD uniiloa Cured An old physician retired from PRETTIEST UlPEST TASTIEST CflSMDAR for the Parlor IJedroojSi or Office Can be had l > puronaslng a box of BE J03SLANES 1 R PILLS lKI K 25 CENTS S fe sg ALL DRUGGISTS Malleus tact wrapper wlh > < > ur aidress and a twofc < tV BiiaU vc wiH ihcn send yon the Calendar and lUigMrtuDf arris rite plainly FLipiS Wi Pitbtoe Pa Scrid thl iuvertlfenfent with the Wrapper JSf t It is said tcnight That Prominent Physician Says Cleveland Will IHe Soon Unless lie Exercises in a Rome Wymimsiuni Th IntsrStato Commerce CommisjlonKot Ire Decided Ou Uut H HIiUKiictinnetto M n Said to I > a Chosen THK LNTERSTATK COMMKRCK COMMISSION Special to the Gazette Washington March 21 The only ab surbing topic in Washington continues to be the per cnnel of the interstate com mission Everyman prominent in busi ness or political life who conies here is at once seized upon as a certain candi date for a place on the boa...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 25 March 1887

V fcTerils Surgical Operation A FATAL MISTAKE The Cleveland Ohio Press of February 231883 published an account of a fatal surgical operation which caused a great commotion among medical men through out the whole country Dr Thayer the most eminent surgeon in Cleveland pro nouncing it scandalous It appears that a Mrs King had been suffering for many years from soaie disease of the stomach which had resisted the treatment of all the physicians in attendance The disease commenced with a slight derangement of the digestion with a poor appetite fol lowed by a peculiar indescribable distress in the stomach a feeling that has been described as a faint all gone sen sation a sticky slime collecting about the teeth causing a disagreeable taste This sensation was not removed by food but on the contrary it was increased After awhile the hands and feet became cold and sticky a cold perspiration There was a constant tired and languid feeling Then followed a dreadful ner vousness with gloomy forebo...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 25 March 1887

r Uf p BULLS SARSAPARILLA THE LIVER Secretes the bile and acts like a filter to cleanse impurities of the blood By ir regularity in its rciion or suspensions of its fuiiciioncilD tie poisons the blood causingJaundice callow complexion weak vyes bilious dicrrhcea a languid weary T II OWENS IVotapiUcKy Dr Jorrx Ucrx I have cxamineSafe pre scription for the preparation of Da Xtfiis 23 Sarsapariiia and believe the conlbinat be an excellent one and well calculated to prp ducean alterative impression on tira system X have used it both in public and prif ate practice 11 PYLES 31D LouisvlOk Ky liesPhya At LoulKanne IIosp 8 KIDNEYS ineirQdy Into and through the KidneyJlowthe waste fluids con functions anfyhealth is at once restored John I have used BriLs iwapa Dn nau for rheumatism and kidney trouble and for asthma and de my son has takcijit central bility It bas BMMgttttW tjrelief df j fiVriitis n bentley RossSpte m Jf BOILS SAlsAPARILLA BUlLS WQRM DESTROYER g SUITS SWf iTHS TO C SYRUP TH 0...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 25 March 1887

w I 4 6 Threshing MttWK Jftd Agricultural laipiSkeaek and mchineWEenflUf Jtforfrilne llRit Cared Send for Illarjeataldgfre r t Jl Fttrotinaft j = = YorKPa PARIS SEN VOR CATALOGUE taj acitj mk > ir J bihen L4Mrnon ttilch 10 to 2 > da o pnyjj < red Medical and Surgical INSTITUTE 38 ST CHARLES STREET Opposite St Charles Hotel INew Orleans X a MCDnilO > EinrITY spermatorrhea INLrVUUC > i minal loprB ngnt ends sions losbof viiai pwers Sleeplessness de spondency los wmjiMtftn confusion of Ideas blur before theiyos lassltnfc languor gloominess epnsltth of spirits aversion to aqctaty casliv aiHounfcged lack of confidence tfuilSildlles5 urtlt fdfc sudv or business and Jlnos lifBtaUUVden s f ELY PERMANENTLY USD lum EIA ClTfcED h BTOBQND SKIN Sff iSK most liol lHf tfrfeeulta completely cral CBted withonttSttigi iiee of mercury fcrofula erysipelas ffvcTfSyil blot lies pimples ul cers pat > s An Hie h > axl and bones Fypdltlc sore threat tnimli and tongue rheumatism ci larrh...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 25 March 1887

NEW SOUTH AND NOETH lYJiy tho Eaglo ou Uio Dollar Porches and Screeches Over the South ern Hills aud Tales KeatonR for the Room That is Abroad In the LnudA Comparison oC Vnlncs Xortli hiiii Soutli Cincinnati Enquirer Chattanooga Tkxn March 18 On the car I met a Ngw York gentleman Mtjor J L Btftmau of Saratoga in that staie Major Betman i3 a contractor and a man of varied experience and general succe sas a railroad bailor He has been interested in railroau building in the northwest and recently came south to bid upon railroad woik in Alabama be ing attracted by the Mgns of prospenty in that section He nas a contract for buhdug about forty miles of railroad from Annitton to Gadsden on the Coosa liver This is an iiupor ant link in a railroad from the Tennessee river to the Gn f of Mexico waich has been projected and talked of in Eastern Alabama tor many years reaching back before the war Phis link will be doue inside of a ytar it is claimed and its completion will hasten the completion...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 25 March 1887

w 3 A QUESTION ABOUT Browns Iro Bitters ANS WE RED Tfca jtiertion has probably tost asked thousands of thai thin How can Browns Iroa Bitters cure e > ry ell it doesnt But it db jsure any disease for w hich a reputable physician wouHBfe cnhalKOS Physicians recognize Iron as the btatrtUJrative ngent knovrn to the profession andnsauiry of any leadir chemical firm will substantiate ipa assertion that taero are more tvn ratinns of irop than of any ether eulwtanco usein medicine Thiaahows con clusiTcly that iron is rkaniHe gpd tajje tho most important factor in criafeMjaediatajactice It is however vrojnirka i > clhajiBipct < > tae discov ery of BR0iWA IONllM < pRSnoperfe ly satisfactory irua c < mbination bad over been found BROWNS IRON BITTERSKgSS headache orprodcce cagstipatioq all other iron medicines do KltfttfMlISOX BITTCItfe cures Iudfgc tionlIU 4 < HfK s Weakness Wyspepsta Malafia JJi Hs and Fevers Tired FcelinpGacrainfcbHityPaiu in the Side Back < WJpibsnca...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 1 April 1887

bint Resolution to Exept factories from Taxation Seated in the House if Conference ComiqUtceoii j Land BillIecos Yalle Irlgation Dill Lost 1 Receivers < Ai i > > int and Dntlei nelr Iowers ly for the Governor EMrl MANUFACTORIKS Tkx March 28 The jit submit au amendment rtitieh le of taxation and rever same effect as a negie kovisions of this lanufactor resolm erected 1 a state and the bveincnts and appara ies buildings and or jether with fortyatrref upon which theV map for the use el 3 and the raw raatel manufactories until mnuufactued provid mptim shall not exti rism The defeat oft a great disappointment he measure who beiiei d pted by a large vote fprove a most potent fac v development of 1 argued with go the time i j history of Tex necessary to compe atts in offering indue ctucrs to establish the r boundaries if we hoj tith this age of progres remarked that the time hen btates commuHitie can affjrd to neglect tt of the a e by notions t is there is permanent jog on the par...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 1 April 1887

L ii fi shed Every Friday BT THE PUBLISHING COMPNY Jat the Postoffice lass Mail Matter it Fort Worth as JaMIc Second St Between Houston ftion irocknirton Entered at the Fort Worth fi as ffcondCiAss 2Iail flatter KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS fPostage Prepaid by the Publishers Dally Weekly jear 510 00 On Year 5150 fontts 5 SO lx Months 1 00 Jo Months 3 00 Three Months 50 fin Gazette 5203 Per Annum DELIVERED BY CARRIERS tf Per Week 25 cents Subscribers wishing the raddrepschanged fi onu J ostjffi e to another must give the addres3 as well as th > nxnv or the chengc Lnnot be made Advertising Furnished on Appli cation fttanccs by draft postoffice money order or ftered tetter at risl of office csnondcncc is solicited upon all news sub fnpt information of events aid news happen Y general interest solicited J communication intended for publication be accompanied by the icriters name and ad I not for publication but as an evidence of tfaith liicti writing to The Gazette on bu...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 1 April 1887

JL ne CUT THIS OUT W CALENDAR THE ETTIESTdUTEST TASTIEST CAMpM lin Parlor J drom or OiRce Can be hud by parcfcfcslng abuof DR C MASES CEJ BRatSd LI PILLS FOR SAL BY ALt DRUGGISTS Mall us to vriS ycr wUh your address and a two ce > nt stamp XfgJMfft ihen send you ihc Calendar and nacfcajrc Of cardB Write plainly LEMJNG BF0S Pittslinrg Pa r ehd This Advertisement with the Wrapper 1L00D TIDE 9 First Swell of the Great Boom has Reached the Young Giant of Texas Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars Be ing Expended by Sen of Foresight In auu Kear rort Worth TTcst Fort Worth Sylrania Addition An Immense MKniifucturlng Enterprise Beautiful Parks Steam Street Cars Marvelous indeed has been the growth f Fort Worth in the past Ten years ago straggling hamlet today a mighty city tth the foundations laid deep and strong the adamantine locks of a far reachina mmerce on which to build the only itropohs of Noita Ttxas The thou hds of dollars given by the liberal men jhe struiriiliug town of seven yea...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 1 April 1887

s r 1 4 Twin Siical Operation > AtATAL MISTAKE I Thetfleveland Ohio Press of February 23 lSSSj published an account of a fatal Surgical operation which caused a grJat commotVdn among medical men through out the fhoie country Dr Thayer the most eminent surgeon in Cleveland pro nouncing it scandalous It appears that Mrs King had been suffering for many ears from some disease of the sumach hichhad resisted the treatment of all the hyscians ia attendance The disease commenced ith a slight derangement of the digestion with a poor appetite fol lowed by a peculiar indescribable distress v the stomach a feeling that tin has been described as a faint all gone sen sation a sticky slime collecting about the teeth causing a disagreeable taste This sensation was not renftved by food but on the contrary it was increased After awhile the haads and feet became cold and sticky cold perspiration There was a constant tirad and languid feeling Then vousness followed with consultation was gloomy a dr...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 1 April 1887

ft Story of a Postal Card I waSxaffectcd wilh kidney and urinary Trouble For twelve years After trying all the doctors and patent medicines I could hear of I used two bot ties of Hop Bitters And I am perfectly cured I keep it All the time Respectfully B 17 Booth Saulsbury Tenu May 4 l883 Bradford Pa May S 1SS5 It has cured me of several diseasessuch as nervousness sickness at the stomach monthly troubles etc I have not seen a sick day In yeais since I took IIop Bit ters All my neighbors use them Mks Fannie Grkex Ashhcunham Mass Jan 151SSG I have been very sick over two years They all gave me upas past cure I tried the most skillful physicians but they did not reach the worBe part The lungs and heart would fill up every night and dis tress me and my throat was very bad I told my children I should never die in peace till I had tried Hop Bitters When I had taken two buttles they helped me very much indeed When I had takgn two more bottles I was weH There was a lot of sick folks here wh...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth weekly gazette. — 1 April 1887

GULLIBILITY he wild phantoms and shrieking cries of a Porthilcss humbnp can make money by Impos ing npon the credulity and Ignorance of an I honest nbllc and the supply of this species of work seema more than an adequate demand Che eunnclation of fa t factsthat have 6tood roclal tcsisfa ts proven by Grain torce and tangible evidence should fatlfy all laudable enterprises bat the execrable pracilco of Jteacnmj false Ideas and doo rlneB f r eelfag randlzement Is traly reprehensible and should I6e scorned by all ciases When onn on6C to Is you that Iodide of Pot aeh Is a polsnn Mmpy becaae tbllr opponents use t and because they re p alfcrln to your lgnoranc as n ey suppose sotoBhoulci Iook upon all s icti s arrant fraudstmJo their reme dies as unworthy public conndexpc and If those who make such heJEfloscbMlot know better they are a set of uidgstme Ignoramur Doctors aridljot Springs tea ITot Springs failed cilirily to cure me of sev eral terrible indolent ntfcdlnrf ulcers on my legs wit...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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