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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 October 1890

11 L VwAT THE DOCT KNOWN 1EVV i G ES Tlil ADVIC WHAf 1M j8ci an as its a afje vash extteutngy bene EWATIEMTSAYS M haVjryiUin a constant suforer fcr yrtt ronn aosit t ov tflB uwlrg Jo ij cm tevtra c d in rry t f l d c m fict t e v > c nu clii ram th ncte dawn to ar J i ij brorchial tutai wcrarror c is 4 It was aitdc < f opir I > Cri D JC CATARRH IhadtntJ me 4 I o n famad a and was final r tiaiftd t MarcS ta Lit PONDS t AZT 1 tnuf eJ it i ny rata J t reit with a d nhasd i E3r my it a < d iw eviJ it It teliavej ft wcri end hat frecteJ alrrcst ft uc caJ ci I havo u d it fcr burns t u at its ns tnd tatiev it in- v uo in sch cases I tif al 1 itfj 1 aud ta wifOititin tu I 9b fas J ta I tSat It compr sci wKe pharmac3JCT 2 within itself FflED RlC C FitJCK RCUSE SUBSTITUTESgP BE SURE THAT BDTTLEfeSJ WITHBUFFWRAPPERgga LOOKS LIKETHIS fefe MOJUFACTURta ONLY CY G5EE5r PONDS EXTRACTC0MPAfJYtS S 2 6 FIFTH AYEN W YORK UJ f L7 Tt < I Curas all Pains Cuts Bruises and Scalds FOES AH3E3A...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 October 1890

f if M PSr 3 fe ffefcto CSHSrffe ILItLlblUSI JCrjSIil MCJIXDJX IT TOB VrilOCJtAT TVIiLlSJXISa COTITAXX Tullttftm and Proprtetort owes or ruBUCATios Corner oEusk and Fijlh Streets lMECED AT THE TOUT WOBTH TEXAS POST crncE as EecondClass llAn Mattbh RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION TO MAIL SUBSCniBEH3 iTetlcft Ttejaidty Ihe JjuIIJjHstO daily websxt rnevear flf rl Onejtir SI > Hi months f DO fix months p Three months r m Three months 40 biKDAY GAZCTTr 1 5 ear 2 W K months II CO C months W cents IXVAEIAriLY IW ADVAKCR i > rAILTIil rcrt m the city by carrtSM riin S5 ts week vsjSy jcr rrcntli cr cei per ffatubtculeic i IiinKttre > tcOflFeS changed from one prstnfllce to iCDtiwr must give the old rddrets as Hell as tuftf wVcr the change cannot tc mode Jt t A1 LtliCPtJtttSTKnFin Ihe Flair are author UcdJr hik < ufnTtpttOTU In T1IK OAZKTTH PUIIAJ COUilltflOKSALLOWkD Write jv cr r m olid rnmple copies l > K iriANCK3 by draft check r ostofnca rrtmy crCer or registered letter can be snt at ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 October 1890

ThXAS CHOIS AXO WKATHiiPu A months pood weather wilt cnther nil the cotton In Williamson county The plus were never to badly crowiled us now furtelnjr from present prospects the ftfcncnte cotton yield In Parker routiiy will bo immense A lurjte amount is ul ready pathercd TIip cotton crop In Hunt county Is mnoh better tlnm was llmucht to be It will make from half to threefourths of n bale to the acre The corn crop is short Corn In Cooke county U scarce unit nil gathered but the cane crop U excellent CotHlderuble cotton In Srnysoti coutttv Is lieitic wnsted Ot iiccount of the wet wiuiher nnd scarcity of pickers The crop In Willinmson countr Is about bnif Bothered nnd n pood many will r ul in a bale o the acre The nirease town to wheat in rioyd countr tlm f wi be lurtrely In excess of utiviliin ever put in there before a Inrce cot on crop If being gathered in ian lu upe county 1 null county corn will make n tnlr yi I I tint year A lurce anijuul of cot- ton is jet to pick The soil In St...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 October 1890

14 l pclloo wr y bout iff Ir F C TTcits Serve a ruarantted specific for 1 aulslone Tits Nevous mou Prostialfon can or tebprco Walcfulnc Softening of tLe Brain i- lea Inr to misery decav iJh 3 Ape Barrenness Ii w rcs > Involuntary Loss P 5f Wtr over ifconth 5 anAia Vvii DRS BET i o k BEITS PKYSCC3AK3 Surgeons and Specialists 25 MAIN STREET TOJEQO Ttt rcrst widely > rirt favorahty known specloly Tils in the I MicdVHtales Their lomcexperi ircp tenia kable sijH and umveraiil success in tbe treatmem ard car of Nervous Chronic ani rcirai DireaseB entitle thesjcmincnt physi > ns lo ile full confidence ofi where They puarantee A CiTRTalv a n TosiTivn ctlerts or erT vice and the Iokgw in its tram IlttWTK IlLOOD AKD FKIN ctnfiletely ard permanently ifrrvors JE8iurr avd readil to thf ifetillfiq jUtaictedovery lor the ewful efous evils that 1 j removal compute vihont cut ctusic or dilatation Cures effected at 11 Lome I y patient without a moments paia or- e xiuoyaree To Tountr and Mldd...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 October 1890

f c w rti58feK ja5 GOVERNMENT CLERKS Uriel Eesnroe of the People who Com- pose the Government Service CItII Semes Loir Protect Most or Tliem Sba English eystem of lVnslona lor CgverameDt Kmploycs Epedal to tbe Gazette Washington Oct 12 Thero nre very few people outside of Wasblnpton who know much about the Government service and tbe clan of people who belong to that Immense army known as Govern- ment clerks There rare some corro spondents who delight in belittling the usefulness of tlio pororument employe nnd many writer here are be It said with regret who plve the country at lnrpe through the presi n wrons Itn pression of the female government cm poye The pentletnnn clerk is one npart ami distinct from the employe in busi- ness circles I menu that be li sul gen en The term gorernmpnt clerk does Vl imply in nil instances Unit n man oc ui nig n position under the government la therefore unlit inr work outside tils < nl mg although there nre muny ln iimeii where the government empl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 October 1890

11 < f April The bill Is nonpartisan la char- acter and abolishes the present board There were only three rotes in the sen- ate acalnst tho bill nil the Republicans rotinj in Its favor The measure Is In the line of Governor Campbells messai and substantially what was asked In tho orlsinal messaee The bill It is be- lieved will pass the house as the Repub- lican members of the judiciary commit- tee of that body have reported sub- stantially Indorsing the governor mes saee Senatorelect Brice has been iu consultation with the governor dur- CRAW AXU SrOnSAT BSEVfLLB ing tho day and is siren credit Sreelal to the Gazette for brinslnc about n probable settle- The Texas nnd Pacific Is selling one IlKKviLrK Tex Oct 21 The polit- ment of the difficulties anticluated fare round trip tickets to Fort Worth on ical discussion here between W 1 tn the pas < age of thu bill A house account of the great spectacle of the Crain concressmnn anil his opnoueut caucus controlled by Democrsts said to...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 October 1890

EDITED BY MRS 21 JR WALTOIT ttis ITBUsnERs Notice All communications intended for department shoald be addrei > cl to Mrs M E Walton Fort Worth Tex Yellow leaves how fast they flutter woodland hollows thickly strewing Where the wan Octobers sunbeams scantly in the midday Tin While the dim gray clouds arc drifting and in saddened hues imbuing All without and all within Jeas Jxgelow Why Not Womens Clubs While It Is conceded with seeming alac- rity by most men that women were not born to be their slaves and certainly not their superiors it is not so readily granted that alio is his equal created to walk side by side with him neither that the privileges he claims ought to be those of a common humanity which know no sex distinction It will be no- ticed that the word used is ought be- cause many of his claimed privileges no woman cares to share The position taken is that as man bns hod tunc to experiment in the Ions dark period of womans existence now that she hus emerged into the ligh...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 October 1890

a a I m 14 1 J 4 J II 3 WOMAN SUFFRAGE Practical Workings ol tlio System in Wyoming Growing in Popnlarity Testimonials froin Well Known fubllc Hen Every Governor for Eighteen Years In Favor of tbe Tresent Law I Boston Mass Sept 131893 Editor Gazette Somo ono has sent mo tho enclosed clipping from your paper Now 1 assume that you wish to state facts and that your readers may not be misled by the misstatements or this clip- ping 1 oncloso you the faots about Wyo- ming attested to by well known public men The case in Kansas is the same Women vote thero In Increasing num- bers as fects abundantly show I d not have thorn at hand but if you will kindly use the true facts sent herewith bout Wyoming that your readers may not be misinformed you will much oblige Lucy Stone Chairman Executive Committee of the Suffrage Association WOMAN SUFIlJAOi IV WYOMING In deciding whether the practical effects of any measure will be good or bad au ounce of experiment Is worth a ton of theory la Wyoming ful...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 October 1890

JWHpwMBg wt rtEUFiiFBs Notice All communications intended for thidertmcnUti10oldbe addressed to Teof J p Stelle Fort Worth Tei lecnn Culture for Texas As has already bejn published in The Gazette Texas Is the uatural home of the pecan The origin of a species Is rcneonably supposed to have taken place in a region of country most con- genial to that species therefore upon this Idea one must conclude that the first pecan tree grew and fruited at some point In the Lone Star state for In Its j at It present uatural condition It attains to so great a degree of perfection in no other region in the minds of the people all over the country Texas and the very best pecans appearing upon any market are insepar- ably associated Of course pecans grow o some extent In a few other regions but on account of their comparative In- feriority one finds himself jumpine to the hypothesis that they are simply out- spreads against less favorable condi- tions from the orlslnal center In Texas Texas then bein...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 23 October 1890

3 3 i a a a M in i j M H H T2 THE LOST HEIRESS A Tale of Love Bafttl arxcl Adventure BY EARNEST GLANVILLE Author of Among Cape Kaffirs The Fossicker Etc and Edward Rapier COPYRIGHTED 1SD01 synopsis op pnnviocs chapters Chapters I to IIIMr J Mlldmay Dalston a London merchant deep wily and unscrupulous of character is plotting to rob a Mr Sydney Blaine of the sum of 33000 left him by Mr John Blaine Mcholson on condition that he marries Kate only daughter of Mi William DaMon brother of Mr J M Dalston To the latter Mr Nicholson has insultingly let a bottle of hay rum for his baldness and a specific for the gout lie holds a conference with Ills lawyer Mr Smooth and they arrange to send out a Yankee sharper Mr Cob Howe a noted hot witn a revolver to endeavor to preicnt Blaine who is engaged lighting in Zululaiid from meeting with Kate Dalston The Yankee undertakes t i execute his commission and starts lor Africa At Rorkcs Drift he is sent on a dan Kcrou errand and meets a Zulu with whom h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 October 1890

DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING CO ONLY THE GAZETTE has discdntinueu the distribution plan of awarding books spoons knives forks etc and has adopted a plan by which each subscriber can get all these premiums at mere cost THE WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages Avill be sent one year with a copy of the Household Cook Book cloth- bound JJ15 pages to every one sending us 150 net For 275 net a set of the fine silver tea spoons will be sent with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one gajU For 375 net a set of the fine premiumJajy 5 Torks will be sent with the WEEKLY GAg L2 pages for one j ear earFor For GQpj fiffifsct of the fine knives and forks will be sen ilhJj WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one yeart For 400 net a copy of the original Websters Unabridged w III be sent express charges prepaid to the express oifice nearest the subscriber with the WEEKLY GAZETTE VI pages for one year For 250 net a copy of Shakespeares works will be sent with the WEEKLY GAZETTE 12 pages for one year For 225 net a cony of the 5 Encycl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 October 1890

J J m hi VEiiocjtAT rvitLisnixo cosirAur FtiliUahrr and Proprietors ExPresident Cleveland Is iti Wash- ington as attorney In the case of James Yallace Peako against the city of New Orleans Such transitions are only pos- sible iu republic McKinleys Mil tailng soda may ro gtore beaten biscuit to their old popular- ity A womans arm and the rolling iln nre not on the list of home Industrie that need encouracement On one of these beautiful October days when a Texas maiden could gather Marechal Kiel rose buds out of doors a poor little Montana maiden was frozen to death in a snowstorm A text that needs no amDliflcation President Harrison is being ably assisted in tho worg of selecting a suc- cessor to Justice Miller If the news- papers would only tell him whether Gresham is in his political path tboy might secure tho latters appointment Some ono has said satirically that when woman docs not take an interest in fashions she needs medioino It is proba- ble she has taken a bitter doso by bei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 October 1890

13 Iyers Pllli lorotcrtblrty y cellent medicine nd all bilious I Jciitt < 5au IVt rmf mf n iF ml igpjgB AYERS PILLS Excel all others as a family medicine Ihey are sulteil to every constitution old and vounz and being sugarcoated are agree- able to take Purely tegctable they leatc no ill effects but strengthen and regulate the stomach liver and bowels and restore cv ery organ to its normal function For use etticr at home or auroad ou land or sea these fills Are the Best J plnsieian They u ul In our nelgli tomly How Iandi rareli La Jfict ind been used In my fajfcfiy rs We find tliem ex Jevers eruptive daises s and beldgci ll a almost tbajMiy pill irhood Heeuuon C 1 O SpTFelicIana I Iia > f been In thiftonvs cifht yean and during all this tiiijfcither I nor any member of my famlly ftp used any other knd of medicine thia ftjs Pdls but these ne ultra s keep aWSindawnd I should not Kiiovt how to MtStfong jtlhout them A w Soderlier jrjowel JIfes I liaio iimrAjers Catltptlc Pills as a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 October 1890

m It 3 4 m I 3tV Sit itteKto fcdfe to 1lVLlbllEli JC KEJIX lllUlliDJX IT TEK nrssocjtutr runzisnixo cozipaxt rubllihrrt mtd Proprietore rat es of sUBsempfioNT TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS tTcttace Prepaid by tho Publithm CAILT WEEKLT Cneyear li 001 One year Jl 2s fcix months B CO Bix months 3 Three months 8 00 Three months < fcCNUAY Gazette 1 year J2 CO 6 months U W 3 months Ou cents KVAKIABLY IV ADVANCJ JV l rAIITlJelivercd < n the city xnaFs at SI rcr month or V5 cents pprtasH 47fubscribercr wuhuytfOTTr address changed fiorn one posLc4Ecl o fnother must frive the old sddrrM ajj gjlasthe new or the change cannot itSTLPOSTZfASTEIlSln the Ftae are author ised to take Subscription to THE GAZETTE L1LLRAL COMillSFJONS ALLOWED Write fcr terms and sample cornet EIZMITTANCES by draft check postofEce xrcnry order or registered letter can be sent at our riik All other character ot lemittances at tenders risk Ellrcr can be sent In registered letter All check money orders etc must bo made rajehle...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 October 1890

v iA v ThXAS CROPS AND WEATHER Cottnn pickers nre in demand la Hill A lornl from Bee ctfunty says Tlio farmers are highly elated over the big cotton crop of the season when the ro rorii rume from other parts of Texas ttiat the crop had been cut short The areruce of It ° < ° ny wl ° B about half to tbreeouiirters of a buie per acre and la tome taee even a bale has been picked Per acre in etiraordinarily heavy rnln storm lire pi ov t over Val Verde county on Wedmsday Wheat owing hns been in progress in rooke county until the recent rains re- tarded toe work a largely increased acreage will be sowu this year Ottnn is turning nut much better than ts expected in Callahan county The armer < are busy gathering it and sow icp wheat Crop in Hill county nre away ahead f ti > estimates A largo amount of oitoti is to guther yet In Lnrrnu county cotton is turning nut nueii better than was expected Fick r nre siarce Irnatl n is doing wonders for the farmers of the Pecos valley the allege...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 October 1890

U I I Abuliuly fatMt > c racnu vDrocntp sccccfslolly bvraius xvmka fcernittK Waives Kmibicns csed acjl zies nd nUBentatc dK yidi tor positijKs iired a wi 3K3 igp jiifisflgisr f r sws ftiil paf DRS BEITS IEEITS PHYSICIANS Surgeons and Specialists 825 MAIN STREET Jl casino muef mature years liome by patient without toMUitota UfiiSAl t0 tUi CS I 4 i Texan Tbrmost widely ana favorably known speclsly Ma in the United States Tlieir longcxperi rncc remarkable skill and universal success In tl e treatment and cure of Nervous Chronic and HuriJcaJ Diseases entitle theso eminent pbjsi clans to tbe full confidence of the idicted every 13 where They guarantee jfv s A Cpbtaik kd Positive Cum for the awful fleets of > arly vice and the numerous eviUthat lollow in its triin Iuvati Blocd g Sstin Diseases satoZUy icntly cured f AND SRICAL DtiRlftpERS klllful treatment j ItHCTAL ULcrniSjjWraa n or dblfention uprcfcusi enna ICOI very TA diroiderrfUWTCEUlt from yo tofljairfftliir fcfc Min letting ...

Publication Title: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 October 1890

yiver s promptly p lib Kul m pro euiiiK the n system It sense an ulid shc 4 Our > Last jpiiy it Beeanso Jji has merit over aSovi sr i iF sii PLEASED Managers of Count Exhibits at the State Fair and Dallas Exposition jjjirfss TiiIr Indebted w > 9 to th Fort Worth GaKtte for Courtesies Fxtended In Connection With tbs Fair Stkte Faie Gmcnbj j Dallas Tex Oct 23 1930 Editor Caret te Y tlie undersigned rnnnagers of couny exhibit at the Texas state fair acd aoIIus exposition do hereby ex- press ° ur indebtedness to the Fort Worth bill iTr for their kindness nud courtesy to ue D n matters relation to tho In terets o our respective counties and a ali urn bo especiallv so in conneo Dallas fair The Ga tl n a b ho as zl 111 deroteil time and space and with ut r numeration to each county in et iiiu Dnj her resources nnd forcibly pin wz her advantages before not only tue people of Texas but the entire South We therefore publicly in the names of toe otire population of each county irnoK Tur ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 October 1890

hi m 1 M 3 J i 1 3 i 1 i < i M ft > 8 Highest of all in Leavening Power iit FANNINS TICKET Special to the Gazette Uoniiam Tkx Oct 28 The execu- tive committee of tho county mot today and determined to put 011 tho ticket for the amendment to article 10 section 2 of tho constitution relating to rail- roads only although It was strongly urged to place for and against tho nmendraont on the ticket kiah ulint iikmockatic ticket Special to the Gazette Howie Tkx Oot 28 Our otherwise quiet town is pursuing the even tenor of Its way and business and elections seem to be occupying the minds ot our people We aro informed that the Independent olllcs of this place the pnper edited by V R 111111b independent candidate for congress has issued a fraudulent Democrntlo ticket such as The U zktte warned tho Democrats of some ltnio sirce HILLED FOR MIKUMAX Sprcinl to the Gazette SliKliMAN Tex Oct 28 Dr Ache sou of Deuiaon the Republican nominee for tongroas speaks iu this oity Friday night IIELIOV...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 October 1890

rZu jW K < When the sharp thorn of sorrow sinks desp in the heart Thf s eet lip of woman assnaire < s the smart t s hirs oer the couch of misfor une to bend fondness a lover in firmness a friend In Vdnroedbv the bay cr wreathed bv the willow mead and her bosom our pil Her smile is our low Thomas Moo Ireclions have to be given and everv duv records the same failure in tho per- formance of these duties Wherein lies the fault and where the remedy In the paper sent to tbo servants occur these questions hy do you choose housework as your regular employment What reasons can you give why more women do not choose housework as a rettulnr employment Would you give up housework If you could And nnother occupatlou that would pay you as well The paper in question contained these ensvers 1 do uot choose housework but I < an find nothing else to do that imjsaswell when I count the cost of bocrd In other employments More women do not choose housework as a regular employment because they Im...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Fort Worth Weekly Gazette — 30 October 1890

tf F > tlon 10 THE TABIEF Importers Find an Alleged Defect in the McKinley BilL An Error Which It is Claimed Will Suspend the Practical Operation ol the Measure New lork Importer of Cheap Woolens and Worsteds Announce Their With- drawal from linilnesj ANOTIICIl ILLUSTHATION Frclal tr the Gazette New Yokk Oct 23 Illustrations of tbu disastrous effect of the MeKialey tariff act upon business rnd of its ln liuenoe in raislus the prices of tho neces- sities of lite continue to present them- selves The announcement was made today ot tho wltndrawnl from business of tho bouse of Herman Berheimer Son Co No 75 Leonora street who have for many years been large importers of woolens and worsteds used in the cheaper and medium grades of clothing Jerome Berheimer of the Arm said to a roporter for The Gazette Wo are compelled to close out our business because of the prohibitory tariff raised in the new law against the eoods which we Import The effect of the bill upon this trade Is an- other pro...

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