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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 ye...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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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 ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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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 ...

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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 w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 1 April 1887

WHITE FLOWER The drtam The Chhf of OR THE COMAlfCEES DREAM A Romance of Savage Chivalry TexEii Valor in the Days of SIavery and Uy th ale COI I Z C J CDSON NET BUNTLINB f opyr ght 1 87 by Wiliiam CauldwcJl All rights reserved CHAPTER I The great camp of th Coraancaes was pitched in a wild and picturesque gorge cf the Sierras Oaarrate where the waters of the Rio Pecos bounded all glittering from then rocky source The ornamented lodges of tannLd buftilo sfcin rose thick like the houses ofVva large village in a small basin carpettTd with grass and flowers which had been ollowed out by natures hand between the lofty pouu tains and the smoke of the watch fires rose like misty pillars in the still air The moon was at its full and though the hour of sunrise was not yet come all around setmed clear as daylight so transparent was the atmosphere so cloud- less the sky To and fro in frqnt of the narrow entrance to the gome where their eyes could scan tee vast extent of prairie to the east rode...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 1 April 1887

AbsoIUIsHr Pure This owl ever varies jSfriaavel of ruri BUy jS and who eeoj cress More cco lionr + c thn the ordinary kind and cannot be JlncDlLj ctJiion with the multitude of low sthor wClffbt alow orojwwtfriac wders Won3inxVs HOrALBAKlXj POWDER 5106 WaH street Xew Tort i BESHNIG This medicine combining Iron with puro vegetable tonics quickly and complete Cures Dyspepsia In < llcsiioj Weak- ness Impure Blood 3IiSftia Cliill bnd Fevers and Neuralgia It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the Tidney and Xiy t- < It is invaluable for T > is < sisgi peculiar to Vomexi and all who leddIbSentary lives Itdoesnot injure the teethcan pbeadachcor fproduce constipation tficr iron rncdicincs tin It cnrfclica and purifies Itie Mood stimulates the appetite aids4i i assimilation of food relieves jreartbuni and Belching and strengtb withe mroylis andaerves sForT ftrmi < cnt Fevers Xtnssitadc 2Ac ot Buer y etc it harfo equal Z2 The genuine bus above trrde mark and 1 crossed red li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 8 April 1887

it DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPAKI All 18 m die Governor Ross Sends a Message of Congratulation to Both Houses of the Legislature Closing Scene Speaker Pendleton Pre- sented with a Silver Pitcher and a Bcquet In a Silrer Cnp The General Appropriation BUI Passed Minus the Appropriation for tho State Unlvtrslty GENERAL APPROPRIATION BILL Special to too Gazette Austin Tex April 4 The free con- ference committee made their report on the general appropriation bill this morn- ing with a majority and a minority report A motion was made to substitute the minority f jr tbe majority report which recommends that the sum of 87 80160 be appropriated to the university and its branches and for the establish- ment of the medical branch at Galveston be stricken out The reason given for this refusal to concur with the majority in this item of the appropriation is that in consideration of the number and amounts of the extraordinary appropri- ations this legislature has seen proper t > make and the gloo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 8 April 1887

m Usrltg Published Every f riday iir THE DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPNY BSisaaVsLMssa Fort w ° rth 0S ThSSSrton ° d SKBfit n Huston Postoffl lcrc < l at tl e Fort Worth iusttmice as > cconIClass JIall Hatter KVTKS OK SDRsciai rrox TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS Postage Prepaid by the Publishers sffiSShi 1 ° ° 0a 51 50 SSrSo Mon ha o 5 ° lx Months 1 CO 3 00 Three Months 60 Sunaayeazette 2 01 Per Annum uBELIYERED BY CARRIERS ix u Dally Pet Week 23 cents Jro TnnS C H0 w9ftlHK the r address changed t0 another niU6t the Old 0 x Rive L 6S JJR Wel1 a5 I cannot be made new or the change Bateo of Advertislne furnished on Appli- cation tn registered a < letter b v < Ira f POqce money order or at risk of office McUrCSI > 0ndCnCe is solicited upon all nctcs sub iJVpt informalion of events and ncics happen tn3f ° f general interest solicited fJ communicationa intended for publication wJ3 accompanied by the writers hame and ad ° Plication but as an evidence of goodfa t Parties writing to Thk Gazk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 8 April 1887

BROWNS IRON WILL GURE headache Indigestion w biliousness dyspepsias nervous m MALARIA CHILLSlD PgVERS TIRED FllJHG GENERAuBjgILITTr PAIIN 3HE impure lobd constipaW n feme infirmities RH UMjuSM NEUAKJA KIDNEY MD LIVER J SmtefY ALL DRUGGISTS The Giruic harTrsdc Mark and crossed Red t The S OC SIDES lEMPGRAiNGE TALE NA Proliibiiionists Get Into Battle Array aad Organize for the Conflict Itrmanent County Ognnlzatlon Per- fected Pillform niid Outline of tlio Campaign Somo Speeches There was a tolerably fair attendance of people at the prohibition convention which met at the courthouse yesterday afternoon Tinre were a few ladies among the spectators and half a dozen colored men occupied rear seats J M Benbrook E q was selected as tempo- rary chairman uA W H Kimbrough secretary A resoluion was offered authorizing the appoiutment of a committee on per- manent ortrauizition and to make out a working programme Pending the retire- ment of the committee the audience lis- tened tc several eddres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 8 April 1887

f latAilsi lata The Average Length Life Decreasing ig of NOT PESTILENCESOT FAM- INE ALL OUR OWN FAULT Modern Cooking and Modern Liv- ing have brought it on it comes upon us unawares The patients pains about the chest end have sides and some times in the back They ieel dull and sleepy the mouth has a bad taste especially in the morning A sort of sticky slime collects about the teeth The appetite is poor There is a feeling like a heavy load on the stomach some- times a faint allgone sensation at the pit of the stomach which food does not satisfy The eyes aro sunken the hands and feet become cold and feel clammy After a whilss a cough sets in at first dry but after a few months it is attended with a greenish colored expectoration The patient feels tiredfeH the while and sleep does not seem to afford any rest After a time he becomes neifvous instable and gloomy and has evil forebodings There is a giddiness a sort ofvwhirling sensa- tion in the head tBaising up suddenly The bowels becolf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 8 April 1887

J SnSOT Diseases from Pimples to Scofula Cured by Cuticura Ilundreds of Letters in our possession copies pi which may ba had by return of mall repeat this story 1 have been a terrible sufferer for years from diseases of the skin and blood nave been obliged to shun public places by reason of my disfiguring humors have had the tost physicians have spent handredsof dollars at > a got no relef until I used the Cutlcara Remedies which have cured me and left my skin and blood as pure as a childs OOVJEKED WITH SALT RHEUM Cuticura Remldlcs arc the greatest mediclnefe on earth Had the worst case of salt rheum In thi3 count y Mv mother had it twenty years and In lact died from It 1 believe Cutlcara would have saved her life My arms breast and head were covered for three years which nothngrelleved or cured uoti I used the Cuti cura Resolvent Internally and Cutlcnra and Cuticura Soao externally J W ADAMS Newark O HEAD FACE AND BODY RAW As QOfaipicnced to use your Cuticura Remedies laswjl My ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 8 April 1887

6 V A BLOQBYBATTLE Desperate Encounter in Sabine County Between Captain Scotts Rangers and the Conner Gang J H Blooro of the Rangers and Bill Conner Killed Old Kan Conner and Tt Other Sons Escape Captain Scott Serjeant Brooks and J H Kogeraot tho Baugers Woauded An otherITiyht Imminent 8ABIXK COUK1Y IUTTLE Special to the Gazette Nacogdoches Tkx April Conners outlaws and the state 1 VC 4 2 The raDgers had a battle yesterday near Hemphill In Sabine county Tne Conners waylaid and opened are upon the rangers from an ambush One of the rangers Alf New- ton is here and reports tnat the battle was of the most sanguinary character and lasted several minutes Bill Conner was killed and the old man and two others wounded J II Moore of the rangers was killed and Captain Scott was dangerously and two others were blighly wounded Partus from Rusk passed through here- with bloodhounds this even rnr and is is the determination to run thum dosvn and kill every one of the C juner g mg They have terrori...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 8 April 1887

n JSS 33 m 5 > Itcmalnln LIST t In tneiui Lawrenca Maggie ndcrson John B Andrews J > Austin Patrick At cell W tf Aiderson TJj Anderson 51 w Allln William Adams J Burroughs Charles Burnett WlliUm Burks ill Brwn W II Iiradnor II L BoS Frank A Bell Willnm II Bennett James Baker V Belley W II Cras cy w M Crespl Albert Crolidr Jo in F Cole Howard II Colllses Ue nls Conner Conner colj Cwnnor A F o CoddlngtotThos g Coppacc t eo Cummlngs Jas Carlock E J Carpenter J C Carr S C J Carroll Rev J M Campb 11 M O Donnollv M ii UeAald eo Co Deng tillbertlT Dickinson AW Dikins Albe Y Davis W D JL Davis T P Dazev William Enlow W W Kvans C 11 Evans W L 2 Ernen J D Forsith Win A 2 Ferrell liobtS Fain E L Greg ry Jams rlzzel IJob 3 Grl zlc Irwin far fliuJ I Gad winJoe Glb3on Wli lam GMaUgs frank Gardnui James Howell It 1 Howard lolin Howard M L Hilton Eugene M Hill XV A Hirsh Joe f Henrv John Harris E C Harris T B Halyard son Louis Hardic P P Hatcher O A Hanson John Co llamll on Dick Hammond Josep...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 8 April 1887

Js 8 SICK HEADA IMS The main line and Santa Fe is lonpr 3 > 6ttirely tfored bj Talso relieve ij J tr a from Dyspepsia Ingestion and Too Hearty Eating Aper for Dizzi fess Nausea I > rowsi 9ess Bad Taste in the Mouth CoatedT uePain in the Side TOR PID SrjfBR djrhey regulate the Bowels and prevdht Cdagtlpation and Piles The smallest and dose Purely est to take Only one pill a getable price jv cents causa sdiciks co rPT2 ew > of the Gulf Colorado now nearly 500 miles On April 21 the directors of the South- ern Kansas ot Texas will meet in the city of Fort Worth the companys main The Fort Worth and Rio Grande has sent eight of its own cars to New Or leans to haul the great Brazos bridge to this city and from here it will be taken to Granbury J A Brandon and Tom Allen two country boys pleaded guilty in the coun- ty court yesterday to disturbing religious worship and were mulcted for 25 and costs each It is a common thing new to see cars of the St Louis Arkansas and Texas in the y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 15 April 1887

1Yv 1 Yv f t i r 1t 1C 1t V i rlo rlt t f b I t 1t > < 1 > i I > m ilt thi f ROBBERIES S Arrested is GuiltySome of the Thieves Still at Large it no JSlRl of the Robbers When Arrested Ai ding IX s Childs DeathBed irynamlts Cartridges round toiuts of Dnnlaps Confession Each irt Worftd by Itself now Green Ilaadfl Vere Initiated UK SENSATION OF TOE DAY ismpG Pa April 12 The Pan robberies continue to be a sensa arrests have been reported since it Speiking of the probable con u of tne men now in jail Special ii e eai 3 We have our evidence mplce that we did not make an until we bad sufficient proof to mat every man was guilty We ex f make eight or ten more arrest vm swell the total number arrested The officers of the roadbelieve t plunderers were thoroughly or < i and weie carrying on the rob < vtC the systematic direction of 1 leaders When a new man the tervice of the road if bought to be the right kind of a he was initiated into the gang iLd oath binding him to secrecy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 15 April 1887

i Published Every Friday BY THE DEMbCRAT PUBLISHING COIYIPNY Entered at the Poetollicc at Fort Worth as SecondClass Mall Matter Ofilce of Publication Second St Between Houston and Throckmorton Entered at the Fort Worth Postofilce ns fcccondClass 3Iail Matter KTKS OF SUHSCIUPTION TO MAIL SUrSCRWERS Postage Prepaid by the Publishers Dally Weekly OacYear 10 00 Six Months r > 50 Three Months 3 00 On Year 150 Mx Months 1 CO Three Months 50 Sunday Gazette 200 Per Annum DELIVERED BY CARRIERS Dally Per Week 25 cents 2Subscribers wishing their address changed from one rostdu > e to another must Rive the old address as well as th j new or the change cannot be made Kates of Advertising Furnished oix Appli- cation Remittances by draft postojjirc money order or in registered letter at risk of office Correspondence is solicited upon all news sub- jects Prompt information of events and news happen- ings of general inttrest solicited All communications intended for publication mast be accompa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 15 April 1887

I 1 r 1 i I N w a r f j W M It te Beits I jr I I I I 000 i If Ovrr c i fre < 1 rt luhand MF t > t t Vi p viciasioi t 1 irM PTF > ul unt s f M warraiitcil atnl Medical and Surgical INSTITUTE 3S ST CHARLES STREET i f Opposite St Charles Hotel New Orleans JDa NERVOtKiaD jiprmaloiilua n irlit einis f l < > pN Uff > 8 dc i morv confusion < i i Je l nguer Hiirils aversion Jo lack of confidence udv or business and IKliMANENlJA DISEASE syph- ilis a dlte e Tklfjgreiiilta completely eral ut tlie iKof mercury pcrofula ever Sflf3V l lot lies pJmpcB ill i h ° ke Oxnn bones sypliti lU i ou > vl tongue rlieumaiiMnei < ri uv mntu cuhed when i u > UiWt t nKu lPMiDV I 1I NKY and Bladler troi Unilm J lies weak bacfc burning rcqKjbKv of urinating ponorrl um slu lK iir uptly and sslcly cured a reas nwiije 758000 fesiients Successfully Treated in 25 Years r prop rion of whom had previously itk tor eitis sftcrunsne easfal tretts th bfst phvslciansof al choole dltv intiTii vai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 15 April 1887

I M t 1 K t Tlie Ayerage Length of Life Decreasing NOT PESTILENCE NOT FAM INEALL OUR OWN FAULT Modern Cooking and xng have rangements brought it on fi TEXAS IS TYPE Modern Liv It comes upon us unawares The patients have pains about the chest and sides and some times in the back They feel dull and sleepy the mouth has a bad taste especially In the morning A sort of Sticky slime collects about the teeth The appetite is poor There is a feeling like a heavy load on the stomach some- times a faint allgone sensation at the pit of the stomach which food does not satisfy The eyes are sunken the hands and feet become cold and feel clammy After a while a cough sets in at first dry but after a few months it is attended with a greenish coloredexpectoration The patient feels tired all1g whlleJ and slee does not seem to afford a jxest After a time he becomes nervous irritable and gloomy and has evil forebodiafes Therl is s giddiness a sdr of whirling sensa- tion ktthfe hea < when rising up sud...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 15 April 1887

Is a dawrorous as well ns distressiii 6Sjaplaint If neidoctocl it tends by impairing nutritftta and de presrinir the tone of tbe system to prfpans he way for Rapid Decline 3iS QmcUy and cggapletcly H l > icpsia In all itafonaa Ilonttoiirii ctelliUK Tatniff tho Food etc It enrifches and names tho bloodfctrmu latestae oppotitor 5d aids tnft asamilation of food BsrUfcT ROfeaiTEtyaUseybonored pastor of the KrstEBfornSJrWIaroarBAItimoro Aid says Having UA6ti BrSiifiSsinm Bitters for Dyspepsia S d brum I tako fcrat pleasure in recom ajcndi np ft nicbly Also consider it a splendid touio and mvigaratvand very BtrengthemnK Hi J > S rH tJvi rJiT JuoKQf of Circuit Court Clinton Co ItAi Bnj A ilJbgnmoEt cheerful testi- mony to t o Scacy o Iirownu Iron Bitters for Dyspepsia and as atonic Genuine has abore Trade Mark and crossed red lines on wrapper Vjlkfc no other Made only by UKOtt A CHIIMJLUAX CO BALTlMOItiVaiD MLIIJMEC1 The InterState Commerce Act Criti- cally Analyzed and Its Ef- fects...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 15 April 1887

1 If J F I WHITE FLOWER OK THE COMANCHES DREAM A Romance of Savage Chivalry Texan Yslor in the Days of Slavery and By the 3Lato COL E Z C JODSOS XED BUSTtlSE Copyright 1SST by William Cauldwtll All rights rcBcncd CFJAlTEE X Hurrah for Jack Mai ersoa hurrah for the best man that ever packed a deck cards cut a throat or winged a cop- per Hurrnhrhurrah three chests for our bully captain The one who frst spoke was the lieut- enant of a gang cf gamblers thieves and cutthroats whc hailed Jack Malerson as their captain and those whs with wild hurrahs echoed his words were the mem- bers of the gacg who were assembled to welcome their leader back from what he termed a pleasure trip to tie country Thank you my lads thank you heartily Though Ive been off on private account this time Ive brought back enough to treat with And he tossed down a handful of gold on the table < Call in the drink boys callin the drink Make yourselves as joily as a drunken gang of tailors till I ocme back Ive an err...

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